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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 15 April 1869

THE VINTON - RECORD. OILY PAPEB PBIHTED IS THE COTJHTI. iilitor aud Proprietor. OrriOE H.W. Corner of Main and Logan Bta, opposite uuurt xiuuoo. -$2 A YE Alt, jV ADVANCE, HOOFLAIVD'S Gorman Bitters AND G eVm a n .. )T on i c . c XO TT ALL ? - i i. i HM MAID OF. . i HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS. Hoofland's German Tonio. Prepared if Dr. O. II. Jackson, Philadelphia. TMr lntradueUoa In la this country frost (He (assay eeauirsd la 1893. TBIT CUKJtD YOUR nnmia and Imothibs,. And Till ran to and your children. They ar entirely dlnVeent from the many prepa ration now In atha eonntry sails Bill They ar do tall on. or uri or Tonioa. tavern - prep- athlng Ilka one; cine. Ther arc at mod, boaeet, rails ale Bwdldaes. Tht grttUtt known i I ortottM kmamu .iKil fern - - - uivor uompiaint, , , , DYBPEP81A, i nervous Debility, ... 'i - .- JAUNDICE; Diseases of the Kidney ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN, taV all Disease arising trout IMsordered Liver. Stomach, or impurity or thm blood. Constipation, Flatulenos, I...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 15 April 1869

THE VINTON RECORD. V jloARTIlUK, OHIO,;, THURSDAY, APKIL 15, 9. Ohio Valley Editorial Union. i n next meeting or the Ohio Vl ley Editorial Union will be licJd In ChlMeotlie, on Thursday, May Cth, 18C9. "u prr adjournment of the Con--veutloa,t Iroitton in May last. All thp members, or the fraternity In Southern Ohio, Northern Kentucky nil Western Vli glnla are Invited aud expected to report themselves upon that occasion. , . . i , J. R. S. BOND, President. J. R. S. BOND, President. H. R. W. SMITH, Secretary. Tub Democrat : Enquirer devotes a column ana A -ia.in its last issue to base glanders' upon, the personal characters of tne irustees.i,; i"""0"' nna r.t iha .'looot -.'.'t.08 Of which it f .accpsej, them beiV perjury, and all, becjruse they wotild not tae.jhe yote of a nym who wa& challengod un til hq wasBwor?.,;;. : ; ,. ri. , .Between Messrs. B. Ullom, Ilolden Tripp andLeyi Wyman, Trustee, upon the, one 3ido,and the editor of the, Enquirer, up on the other, our citizens may...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 15 April 1869

SPECIAtf NOTICES. , Subscribe f of thq Record. J. V. TO WELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,, oltort UIm Merchant and ruraecsinen of Vlntoo county, a: superior (look of Vrj Good and h'Uons?oa tons tns.most favorable. M. H. HELMBpLD'S XJQSCENTRATED Extract ttaiMpUiUr.Utnwoi iooa runner. ORIGINAL SONG. Good new good news the Cable brings P'erallthawlresttfnes., , . lW)me4eta WiUon,SewUiJIt')ta-- V. Brought home the Golden Priae. Old Uncle J anv flret atriu-lc the note tfolirijuull then caught the sound-, Then sme from F.ance the echo back Wheeler Wilson'acrowued And now'the peopla no longer doubt ' 8 oog it lira, stood the last, Thunein Is firly noised about, , Tat Wheeler WiUon u) the best. , Any1 paisons 4"ln le.guyehape. a sewing machine ere requested to cell ui the Htjlbert HouafcoratO. B. it t, Will mpilnurr store, aadexamlof the Wheeler A Wi'.eon, or ahich, keree'ia osor sto.OOQ now in tye. Ueliferod end instructions given fVee, v . JAMES TITUS, Agent, febJJ 1808tr Vinton County, Ohio. ' Ml?...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 15 April 1869

MMM---------i THE VINTON RECORD. M;4J&TEU.R,.OinO, TIlUltSUAY. APRIL 15, '60. Ihk Eecord is the only paper printed in Vinton county. All personi knowing them selves indebted to 0. W. Sisson will please call and settle im mediately. "I am on the trail of a dear," as a gentleman said when he trod on aady's dress. ScnooLf books, paper and copy books, pens and . pencils, era era, -note paper; j envelopes, miscellaneous books, tuning forks,'etc. For sale at Sisson s v "" . Will asked old "ten-per- rant" .'what he wanted to . ac cumulate so much money for. Savs he. "You can't take it with you when you die, and if you could it would melt." Meit often lose opportunities by want of self-confidence, Doubts and fears in the minds of some rise up over every vent, and they fear to attempt what most probably will be successful, through mere tini orousnoss, while a brave, Ac tive man will, with perhaps half the ability, carry the en terprise to a prosperous termination. Typographical Frigidity...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 22 April 1869

THE VINTON" RECORD. OIL! PATER PRINTED IN THE CQTJNTY. JOHN T. llAl'KH, J&lltor and Proprietor. 0rFI0I!--N. V, Corner of Main and Logan &ts, Opposite Oonrt Hop.ie. , 03 A, YKAR,i IN' ADVANCE. Gorman Bitters V '... V ' at ' i AND 06 rmafr Tonic. M1M GERMAN BITTERS, EooflaftTi Gfnjatf Tonic Prepared WlVC. J- Jacso, PMkderphU. -TWrlrKrosotMos tat tu.'t country from 0 Ssway ttetsrvtd l t y v WS. . iyAraEHS AHD M0THEH8,' A4 ll car ye -snO four children. Tny rs aUr.lv dlnVwrit from the many preps- E3 tfce country t.ILd IfltMr r ionti. tavern prep. Mhlog Ilk ontj Thy ere m tttOO. Ot VMTI tit food, nonesb-mf rranaMe OMdlulM. Ttiey art Iror Complaint, The greatest kwm mora rrauoutjw , JOYaPJSPSIA, . Nervous Debility, JAUNDICE; 4 Dheaaoa rf the Kidneys ERUPTIONS OF 7:!E SKIN, ' aatT all -Bhmw -arUi.iS from ft 'JUUordrrr! l.Hrer, lkLomsc.;'. or imwuhity or rtiM-hLOO?- . 'Constipation, Flatulemee, - Inv' PUaa, Rainess of HkJ to tb Hgta, .Acid.tr of th Stomaoh, Nauua, . ' Maartburn.TJitg...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 22 April 1869

THE VINTON RECORD. AlcAKTUUll, P.IIIO, THUKSOAY. APHIL 25, 'CD. Ohio Valley Editorial Union. f he next meeting of the X Vl ley Editorial U:iku tvltl be held lu CuUllrwtUe,. on Thursday, May 6th, 1$$,' t per adjournment of the Con vention, nt 'ronton In May last. All 'tho members of the fraternity la Southern Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Western VliglnU nreluvUed and rcpMktrf U) report tkeuiaftves wpoii that occasion. J. R. S. BOND, President. H. R. W. SMITH, Secretary. Xux iCiiaciroiaU XTomroercial of last Wednesday contains a double leaded article favor ang the policy of unlimited ex pansion of territory. The edi- tor sees, in his mind's eye, our 'Imperial Republic" embrac ing the whole of North Ameri ea, aid. thereupon, he makes a pathetic apoeal ior the re moval oi" the capitol to New York "City, the "concentrating Doint 'ofthe continent." Ex- cuse us; we will wait until the dreams of the Commercial are tealized. Washington is cor rupt ' enough for' a nation of our present size. '...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 22 April 1869

SPECIAL NOTICES. Subsobibr for the Record. V. TO WELL. Portemooih, Obto. efcre "to the tlarchaats ud Farnecemea of Vinton county, a sopenor etoek or Vtj Good ami Natlane. on tarma the motl kronbl. John Uillilaa ud P.J. Read.Travaliog Agents. Sept. It j. - ' ' . BELMBOLD'S CONCENTRATED Extract Bereaparilla, lathe) pnt Blood PurifVar. ORIGINAL SONG. Good sew good newa the Cable bring, - O'et all Ue wlrwa It tUee,, , - r .. - Wha-laai Wiaoo'aaawiBd Machine- .Drought bom tha Ooldea Priu. OU Uncle -lam fits atruek tha note John Bull, then caught tha f&ttd, Thoo cama (ram V fa oca tha at ho back Wheeler A WUaan'a crooned. ; And now tha people no longer doubt la long it hna atood tha teat,' - Tha newa it fairly noiaad about, That Wheeler WUaonjs the beat. Any pareona deairing to purchaaa a sewing mac bin a ara requested to call at tha Hnlbert House or attt.B. H.WiU'a milllnorT itora, ad examine lh Whaeler A Wilaon, of which, hara ra oror JW.ouO now in nee. Delivered and ina'tructlom gi...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 22 April 1869

McARTHUfr, OIIIO, THTJKS KSlfA, APRIL22, HM, ' Ihk EKKpDi tfceonly paper printed in Vinton county. All persons kn6wing them selves indebted to G. W. Sisson will please call and. settle m mediately. - - : Sclioot'fiOOKS, paper Raid c-opy books," pens- and - pencils, era eers, note paper,-envelopes, miscellaneous ""'fcooTcB, tuning forks,' etc. For Bale at Sinsons A Good Medicine. The next best thing to a re liable, physician in . any com muni ty is a good medicine; and to a sincere and skillful practi tioner it is an invaluable help To know a remedy and to ap ply it is the Doctor's great busi Hess aside from this his ad. vice is from experimental prac tice, and we are only experi meriting when following it. Tbe. reliable medicine is, there fore, the great desideratum. To direct when to administer it is all the physician is required to do. In 'Buchu, as prepared by Dr. Ilelmbold, we . have, therefore, all that is needed. Every bottle of the extract has full directions for its use. It ...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 29 April 1869

THE yiNTOM RECORD OSLY FATES PEIHTED II TEC OOUHTY. Tnnv rw t a iT i p Editor and Proprietor! OrnOETf.W. Corner of Main and u Q"-t upponw your, aonst. a a Year, is advance. HOOFLAND'S " German Bitters AND German Tonic. TO! All I V ' " or i HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS. AMD Boofland's German Tonic Prewired by Dr. 0. IL JackMrv, Philadelphia, Tbelr IntrodBcUeerletii this oouatj torn Ham, tasty ocsarred la 1893. - THBT CUBKD YOUR F1THIB8 i AITS ' MOTHKHS, -And wit ears too tod your children. They re tntlraly different from th. many prepa ration, now InaBtttasi flbi country sailed Blttert H ii or Tomes' Thrj M M I I 1 1 - tTm prepa tattoo, or snjtaliU mil i thing like on. butfnod,hont.relUbl medicine. They are . Thtortateettcnownrtmedieiftr - Liver Complaint, DYSPEPSIA, - Nervous Debility. JAUNDICE. Diaeaiet of the Kidneys, ERDPTMNS OF THE SKIN all Diseases arising from ay cnaraa a,iver, Biomacn, or Constipation, Flatulence, Inwanl Pile. J?uin..s of Blood to the Held. Acidity of the Stomuc...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 29 April 1869

THE YINTON RECORD. ITcARXllUK, OHIO, tllttllSDAY, APlilL 21), '(. Ohio Valley Editorial Union. . Tlio next mcctlnsf of the Ohio Val ley Edltorlid Valou will be held hi CuUlleothe, on Thursday, May Gth, 4 pt r Adjournment of tliet'on Ti'tlor, pt Jronton lu. MayJii&t, AU Cbn members of tlio fraternity la Southern Ohio, Northern Kentucky and Western Vli gkk itreiitvitwl and expected t report themselves upon that occasion. J. R. S. BOND. President. H. R. W. SMITH, Secretary. To Editors of the Ohio Valley Association. CapUlu W. W. I'eabody, ol the JI. & C. JL It hwklnJly proposed to fur. jtlsh passes to nil editors who wish to Attend the tniiiml meeting At Clillll cothe, on Thursday, May 0, 1SC9. Ap plication mny be made to J. AV. Pills bury, JnerlTlcVci Agent of thq M. fcC.K.B. - urn Tub Enquirer pretends to be shocked because Grant has ap pointed Longstreet to an office. Since the -clow of the war Gen. Longstreet lias bckaved him self .ag Je6houll-like a whip ped rebel. lie is ...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 29 April 1869

Y SPECIAU7 NOTICES. . ; M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE. On mil after Suadajr.Movemlier 80th, trains will rua daily, Sunday ixcepteu, as toiiow: . .: OOINO BAST. " j , SUUodk: . ' Mail.. Night Exp.' CiBcionnU...,.,.- a to -m. . " , 10 3S p.m. Chillatoth 11 11 m siovin. CincinnlLFiitjeJ Wo.m. .N ;-4 rta.m. Haimie-.....'.....,..1'.IT p.m. - iSsa.m. McAaruea li 40 p.m. 4a a.m. VinloD ..........-.12 eO p.m. '4 M a.m. Zaleskl . I 00 p.m. t 08 a.m. Jtoe rurnie..X. 1 13 p.m. . 3 W a m. Before Si p. m. t a m. . ! I ' QODiO WEST. Ptation. Mall. " ! NiRhtBip." Belpre --.,.11 30 a.m.. , . so p m. Hoim Kurnaee.;.! or Pm. 10 iri p.m. alekl. .3 IS p.m. 10 14 p.m. Viown. 3 25 p-m. 10 'Ai p.m. McATin.'BT....:'..s s. p. m. ' i37 pm. Hamden 3 40 p.m. 10 4U p.m. Cinoienall 'urn's 0 p.m. 11 W p.m. Chillicoihe.....- us p.m. 12 13 a.m. Cincinnati- . 40 p.m. 20 a.m. ' Night Express wffl leave Cincinnati dally except Sunday, aod Belpre diuly except Sutur dJ. ' ' '" - Train, on -tpe JORTSMUTH .. BRANCH will le...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 29 April 1869

THE VINTON RECORD. .McARTnUR, OHIO, TUUltSUAK, APRIL 20, 'CO. Ihb Record is the jnly paper printed in Vinton county. . . . .m i i . . Au persons knowing them 1 lelves indebted to G, W. Sisson will please call and settle im mediately. ' ' I' School books, paper and copy books, pens and pencils, era en, note paper,' envelopes, Ucellaneous books, tuning forks, etc.1 For sale at Sissons The Herald's Washington special says it is confidently declared that President Grant has directed a peremtory de mand to be made upon the Spanish authorities in Cuba for tho immediate release of the brig Mary Lowell, and the surrender, of the two passen gers taken from the brig Liz zie Major. It is said that Sec retary Fish has already tele craphed instructions to our representatives - in Cuba to make this demand without de lay, and a refusal to comply promptly will be followed by hostile demonstrations from our naval squadron cruising in Ihe vicinity. ' Orders have been received at the Navy Yard in Phil...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 6 May 1869

THE yiffrOTff : RECORD. OHLY PAPES FEINTED Iff THE COUKTY. TOITV T. ItAIMilt. Editor and Proprietor. OrnOE . V, Gorasr of Main and Logan Bts., Opposite Uourt House. $3 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. H - ' HOOFLAIVD'S German Bitte rs Cermah Tonic. , YO TJ A L L HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, Hoofland's German Tonic Prepared fcy Ir. tt U. Jackson, PhUsdelpMs. Their Introduction loto ttala country from tic toah oocurrod la J ftllXt CUKKD Voua WAtHXR3 AKD ' MOTHERS, And will cart roe and yoar children. They era entlraljr different from the many prepe 'ratfoosnow lnaM aaassaanh country He Miters Of Took. hjr ara.no I I .11 tavern prepe atloo, or aaveaaaeaal aaUaatblftg Ilk me but food, honest, reliable medicine. To are TktgreaUtt twm remediet for Liver Complaint, dybpjbpsia, nervous Debility, ;" ,i j.; JAUMDIOB, . Diseases or the Kidneys, ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN, al all MiriM arlalne? from tr Hocrlarel Liver, ftteaaaeh, or iMPuuirr or rim blood. CenatipaUeii, Flatulence, Inward Pile. J'ulnoa of Blood to ...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 6 May 1869

THE VINTOPTRECORD, THURSOAY. MAY 6, 1809. .1 pi; Gso. W, Rost, of; Roi county will be a candidate for the nooHitttioa for Treasurer, at ;the timing-, Republican State. Convention. TJioDr, i ri earnest Republican, a clev f gentleman, with' all the re? quiremenU to fit him for the position, and we earnestly hope he may receive the nomination. l- The Cuban Revolutionary Congress, on the 13th ult, pass ed resolutions, unanimously, declaring that the revolution' ary party is fighting for inde' pendence from, Spain, and an nexation. to the' United States. Gen, Quesada was elected Gen eralissimo, of the army. The delegates were enthusiastic, sanguine, and determined. . Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad. . ' ' We hare received the Eighth Annual Report of tho Marietta and Cincinnati R. R. Co., as re organized. The report pre 'eents tire condition and work ings ol the company In as com plete and satisfactory manner as the stockholders could tie 'sire. We extract a few items of interest from ...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 6 May 1869

y SPECIAL NOTICES. M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE. On tod (Iter Sua day, No ember 80th, train will tun daily,8undayxcepted, u follow: .OOJNO. "AST. . . ( ...., r ' 'station! '., . V ' '.Hail,.'.', KlgtUtija, , Clnchwail --:.. r;r. W lp.m. Chillicuih;........il 11 -ra '. . 4 is aj. OiMinoiUt rirn u li is o.m. Hainden rf..r.ycif p. own 4 19 a. in. MoAsVau. ....... mo p m.- . a.m. 4 64 n.ln. Vinton 1J 6U p.m. Zaleski . 1 au p.m. Hepe Furnscs.. 1 13 p.m. dpi ..,.. M lv"V M a.m. A SU a.m. OOINO WKST. ' Ptatinnt. ' ; sun; . ; V.My' B.lpr..... 11 SO a n.. ,r,m' Hoi.Kurna..-Us ., ,,, 10 rl p.m. Hararen .TT.-.T...S W p m. W P-m. Cinunaali Furn'cet 03 p.m. , 11 OJ p m. Thinicoth w r-m. , V Cincinnati.- -. 40 p.m. 6 W m. Might KireJ will ! Cincinnati idaily cpt Sunday, and Belpr daily except Satur- day, a vi ' . ? re L Tniliii ea the PORTSMOUTH BRANCH will leev Harorteo at 80 .wV. nl n . Weiring at Bortemoulh at II U -m. and 7 W p. m. Returning traini ill leev Portsmouth at li IS a.m. and I 60 p...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 6 May 1869

the yjmotf RECORD. McARTII UR, OHIO, -. - -r- TI1U11SUAV, aiAY 1800. ' i . Ihi Record la the only paper printed ia Vinton county. Scraps. No man is responsible for words uttered in grief. A (?KBifis couple in Wash ington lately petitioned for . i divorce. One wanted salera tus in the cakes, and the other didn't . - ... . Bui v m often die old maids. They n-et such value on them selves ' that they don't find i purchaser belore the market is closed. ' Couitisq is an irregular, active, transitive verb, itidica4 tive mood, present tense, third person, singular number, and agrees with all the girls. A cbkerful Fositivist writes in the Herald that somebody has committed suicide, prefer ring HhQ certainties 'of an eventful future to the uncer tainties of this life." ' The snow shed of the Cen. tral Pacific Railroad is the biggest building in the world. It is 16 feet wide, 16 feet high, and 22 miles long, and took about forty million feet of lumber. "31a. Siiowman, said a green Lorn at a Me...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 13 May 1869

THE VINTON RECORD. OHLY PAPER PRINTED IN THE COUNTY. JOHN T. KAIEK, Editor and Proprietor. OPFIOE N. W. Comer of .Main and Logan Sta., Opgoajft Court Housoj $a A ye Alt. IX ADVANCE. German Bitters AND German .Tonic. T O TJ AU, 100? UWS GERMAN BITTERS, AND Hoofland's German Tonic. Prepared byrtr. V. ari.rVkson, Philadelphia. Their tntroducUulAtoAhis oountry from (ir-. -auaiiy occurred la 184S. , , TIIBV CUKfcD YOUR FATflBKS jAND MOTHERS, And loll cut ron and your children. They s.ra entirely dlfrerent from Ilia many prepa ration! now InssajfSJ ssrTtho country tailed Ulltera I f' J or Tonica. They tin.: no I ' M tare prepa ration, or anyaasfcaaa mJi lthlns; like oue but good, honest, relkiblo mrdiclnes. Tlioy are Thi greatest known remediet for. Liver Complaint. ...' DYSPEPSIA, ? . .Nervous Debility. -i . .:. ' JAUNDICE; "' "Dlsoasos of the Kidneys; EROPTIpNS OF THE SKIN, and rT1reitssj nrtiliiz front' Ulaorlt-rd Liver, Stomach, or fyl'tlJUTfrlr Tilt Bl.Otil). . ConatipaMoa;?" flatule...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 13 May 1869

THE VINTON RECORD. McAltTiiUil, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 18(51). Two Senators to be Elected Next Fall. we coff lit following:, on 1be Senatorial question, from theironton Register 'According to the appoint meut for members of the Gen eral A.semWy, for the second decennial period t'w Kightli District, which is composes! ol Lawrence, Gallia, Meigs and Vinton Counties, is entitled to one Senator for the decennial period, running from to 1871 inclusive, and an addi tional Senator in the fifth ses sion vf the decennial period. (The fifth session embraces the next legislative term. Two .Senators, to be elected next fall, will represent this District iu.flre Legislature. "It may probably be too Boon to inquire who will be proposed by the Republican party for 'these places, but we feel quite justified in. sr.ying, that Capt. 'Homer C. Jjnes, of Vinton, whom we once elected and whom the Democratic Senate unjustly and basely ejected irom his seat in that body, ought to be .put forward again. H...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 13 May 1869

SPECIAL NOTICES. i. X. TO WELL, Portsmouth, Ohio, otter to Ibe Merchants and Furaeceraen .of Vinton county. taprior Mock of Vtj Goods tad Notions, on terms tbe mst tavorablo. John sillilaa aod P.J. Reed, Traveling Agent. spL it y. BKLHBOLD'8 CONCENTRATED Extract atareaparille, is the great Blood PuriHer. , ORIGINAL SONG. " ' Oood news good nsws Ins Cablo bring, O'sr all ths wines it Hies, Wheeler Wilson's Bowing Machine Brought bom the Golden Prlu. Old Udcl 4 fn first struck tho note Jolia Bull then caught ths sound, Than came from P.encethe echo back Wheeler A Wilson's crowned. And now tho people no longer doubt H long it hns stood the taut, Tho is fairly noised about, That Wheeler A WiUoo i the best. An; persons desiring to purchase a sewing 'macula s ere requested to call at the Hulbert House er at O. B. M. Will's millinery store, 'ad examine the Wheeler A Wilson, of which, her are oror JSt.ouo now in use. Delivered nd instructions giTn free. JAMES TITUS, Agent, fUM UUtr Vinton C...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 13 May 1869

3! THE VINTON RECORD. McARTIIUR, OHIO, TI1UKSUAY, MAY 13, 180!). Iue Record is the only paper printed in Vinton county. - i. . o Devil's Gate. Twas just after the massacre of Lieut. Casper Collins and party tf (ho 11th 0. V. C, which occurred between North Tlatte Bridge and Willow- Springs, by; the Minneconjoux Sioux, that several of us deter mined on a -trip to the famed chasm, yclept, Devil's gate. In dians were quiet and the weath er delightful, and everything contributed to the pleasure of tho trip, so we started from North I'Jatto Bridge (afterward Fort Casper,) eight of us, all mounted on mules except "Club Tool" (Club loot was our guide) who btuck to his mus tang with the determination worthy' of "Spalding's Olue." We started, camped at Y lllow Springs, saw nothing but very suspicious signs ol Indians; the line was down, and fresh pony and moccasin tracks quite pro fuse: Our fourth day we hove in sight of "Three Crossings of Sweetwater, and near here was our temporal destinat...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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