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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 3 May 1866

"A rCWISUKDEVERTul-ilSDAY, BY XV. E. & A. XV.- 11 !t A T TON , At Jlrattou's Building, Kaat of the ; , t Court-I louse. , jTEKMS OF: sTdsOIuPTION. One year,....:.......,..... $1 fiO Mgbt months, 1 OO Four months, :., 50 ft l.yiiienfc hi advance In ll cases. . ' B I. onXlTILI, H. A. CON ST I.I. Allien, o' 31a Arthur, 0. Constable and Constable, " - ATTOUNEYS AT LAW, McArthur, - - - Ohio, WILL attend promptly to all biiblness in UDtteil to tliair euro, In Vinton ami Alli en counticour any of the courts of ilie 7th Judicial ONt., Mil in tli Circuit eonrts of tho V. H. fr th 8ontharn district of Ohio. Claims n (fa in it tin Government, yenajona, boliUy an i batuk pay colluded. , jun4lf B. A. BRATtOM. A ROM. MA TO BRATTON & MAYO, ATTOIINJJYH AT LAW, McArthur, Vinton County, Ohio, WILL attoml to all lopul bnoincra intruded to thaircareln Vinlon.Alliors, Jao irn, Koita, 'lock inn, and adjoining con mio. l'nrtie tilitr attention g'van to the collection of soldier claims for pom-inns...

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. — 3 May 1866

Sfcr Vinton Sfmil. 4 WHITE MUX a SHALL ItVl.E AMERICA." IflcAKTHCK, OHIO: THURSDAY, MAY 1SVM Democratic State Convention— Thursday, May 24th, 1866. The Annual State Convention o tlfe Democrnlic party of Ohio, will bo held in Columbutis, on Thurs day, the 24th day ofjMay, ISlfo, to transact such business as may come beforo it, and put in nomina tion candidates for the following of fices: Secretary of State; Jvdge oftheSvprrae Court; Member of the Board (fj'ulljc Works. The basis of representation for the apportionment of Delegates is as follow ; One Delegate for each county ; one for exvryfve htndred rotes given for lien, ukop.ce . Morgan for Govenor, last October; and an additional ono for every fraction of tiro hundred and fifty, and upwards. The great issue beforo the people is, whether all the powers of Gov ernment shall be concentrated in the hands of the General Govern mentthe States being reduced to the conditions of counties and a consolidated despotism be thereby established...

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. — 3 May 1866

UZ BEST Ot THE MONTHLIES- The Lady's Friend devoted to Fashion anl Literature. Beautiful rteel engravings. Dou ble size tolored fashion plater. The latest pet'eraa of Dreies, Cloaks, Bonnets, Embroid ery, &o. - Hcutcbold receipts, muidc, &a. 'Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machli.es given as premiums. Send IS cts for a samplo copy to Dttci & riTioy. 319 Walnnt st I'hila. nHE coNtr.sioAs and cxpihi- X (NO OF AH INVALID. Published as a benefit and n a caution to toixo msn and others, who suffer from nervous debility, premature decay of Manhood, &o., supplying tU tho tamo time Tub meavs cw m.r ecn. By one who haa cored liirace! f after un durgotng considerable quuckory. By enclosing post-paid addrewed cr.veb po, (ingle copies free of charge, may be had ol the author. NATHANIEL U AYFAlfi, Esq., Brooklyn, Kings co., Mew York. febl-ly t3TThe Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Ogano, forty different styles, adapted to sacred and secular nuwie.'fur ISO to UU0 each. Fifty one Gold aud...

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. — 3 May 1866

NEW SKIKT FOU 1800. The Orvnt Invention of tlic Ape In HOOP SKIRTS. ". W. Bradloj'a New htmi nnVlix Elliptic (or double) Spring Skirt. Wi lavantlon cnnrlais of Duplex (or two) . El II pile I'll re ltcflred Klsol fpriiips, Ingeniously biafdod tightly ud firmly topullitr, Ciljra :u tdf e,makiiir the totiiCbt, mn( iiiflpxiMa, e'us tia, and durable Spring ever turd. They aldom bend or bieak, like Die tini.li) springs, and consequently prescno their usifeot and btauliful shape mora llmu twice M l"HK as any sioela epriiig skirt that ier hut or csu.be Tha wonderful flexibility and (ret t comfort nd pleati.ro to any lady wearing Uio Duplex Illiplic Skirt will he experienced particularly tn nil crowdeJ asfcmbhes, operas, carriages, railroad cor, thuruh poas, arm chairs, for promenade nd Imuo drew, as the skirtcin be folded when In un tn rccupv a small pisco us wily and conveniently as a tilk or n iislin 4Tt. ' ' A Udy hiving enjoyed the plrasnre, comfort, id) Kr,,,t eonvenienco of wearing tl...

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. — 10 May 1866

rCBUflHID every Thursday, by W. E. A A. W. BItATTON At Britten's Building, East or the Court-House. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ooeyaar, ..,.r, .,. ..... $1 CO KigbvuMJU-.v.. ii . ..... .a oo 0mia. mAMlllH fr t JVUf UIVUIUD) iymiit ia adyance, la all eases. r 50 . wtMal a rnn its r v Athens, ,-McAjtuur.O Constable and Constable, mnuwlrVD' il r A TIT McArtkur. .,,.?.,(.-- Ohio, WILL attend promptly to til limines In traated to their care, in Vinton anil Ath eii aoublloe, on any of the courts of I he 7th Jndialal tlist.,'end in the Circuit contti of tbe V. 8. for the Southe rn district of Ohio. Claims gainst the Go vera meat, pensions, bouLty and pmc pay eoiieoiea. janetr A. BSATTSN. ARCtl.MAYO BRATTON & MAYO, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, JIcArtbar, Vinton County, Ohio, WILL' attend to all legal brut nets intrusted to their oars in Vlpton,Ath,er.,Jao Vs"o, Soti, Hooking, and adlninina; eonnlies. Partlo iler itrentioB g'ven to the collection of soldiers elairos for pensions, bounties, arrears of p...

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. — 10 May 1866

WHITE MJEX SHALL HULK, AMJEJUCA IflcAllTUUK, OHIO : THURSDAY, - - - MAY 10 180 Democratic State Convention— Thursday, May 24th, 1866. The Annual State Convention o the Democratic party of Ohio, will be held in Coluinbuus, on Tliurs day, the 24th day of May, 18(iG,'io transact such business as may conic before it, and put in nomina tion candidates for the following of fices: ' Secretary of State; Judge of the Supreac Court; Member of the Board (f Pullic Worfo. The basis of representation for the apportionment of Delegates is as follow ; One Delegate for each county ; one for every five hundred votes given for Gen. George W. Morgan for Oovenor, last October; and an additional one for every fraction of two hundred and fifty, and upwards. -- The great issue before the people is, whether all the powers of Gov ernment shall be concentrated in the hands of the General Govern mentthe States being , reduced to the conditions of tounties-i-and a consolidated despotism be thereby established; ...

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. — 10 May 1866

'RZ BEST Ot THE MOXTIILIES- TbeLady'a Fliead devoted to FaihionanJ Literature. Beautiful seel engravings. Dou ble tix colored fashion plater. The litest patterns of Drtsset, Cfcaka, B&nnots, Embroid ery, Ac Household receipts, tnucic, dec Wheeler A Wilson' Sewing Machines given m premiums, 'fend 1J ets for a sample copy to Pmcow A TtTiwow, 3l9WsInntt.',rhiU. ISrThe-Mion.nmlin Cabinet Qgans, foray differ! a4yle,; adapted ' lo 'ssored and secular muio, fur ISO to 6oO each. Fifty one Gold and Silver Medals, or other first premiums a-varded them. Illustrated catol iguca free. Ad drew, MASON A HAMLIN, Boston or MASON BKuTIlJiUS.New.Yorav. scpM ly r i - !! t Errors of YwutU. A Gentlemen who suffered Tor years from Krus Docility, 1'renikUire Decay, and all the effects of ytutbfnl Jnditcrctlon, .ill, for sake of suffering humanity, tend freetoallwho need It, tlie) receipt and directions for making the simple. remedy by which lie wis curod. Sufferers wisuirg to profit by the advortiscr's...

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. — 10 May 1866

Farmers' Department. WeMust Farm Better. ' Vnles the fertile land with dally care J exercised, and with nn Iron war, "With rakes and harrows, the proud foes expelled. ' And birds with clamors ftidited from the field, Ou other's crops we may wkh envy look. And shake for food the lone-abandoned , ok.i-Vryden'i irgil. There is too much bad man agement amonj? farmers too much agriculture that is . of a non-payiiigv retrogressive, slip Bhod character. Onmany farms the management is decidedly faulty. ' w hen xc pass through the country, the first thought js, in many places, that the land is poor; ana the next is, that bad cultivation makes it look less productive. The rule is, UlVQlf MUl S1 1,11V VWUUllJf poor lana, bad cultivation, and injudicious management, while occasionally we meet with the exception a irood farm, well tilled, where every branch of business moves on harmonious ly, progressively, and in a pay ing manner. Let the thought be repeated: We mmt farm Idler. There is too lar...

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. — 24 May 1866

0 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, BY TV. E.1& A. W. DKATTON f .'AtBratton'a Building, East of lb " ' ' Court-llousc. 1TERMS OF SUBSt'lllPTION. One yar, $1 50 Eight month, ..!:.. 1 IK) Four-months, CO Payment In advance in all cases. I. OONSTBLt, Athens, , A. CONSTKI.E. MeArthtir, O. Constable and "' Constable, .j"..TT0BNEY8..AT:law; McArtliur, , r . - Ohio, WILL attend promptly to ell huMiieai in trusted to their' csfs, iu VinVoo and Ath tas eon n ties, or any of the oourtsf tlto7tu Judicial dist., and In th Cirouit courts of the U. 8. forth Southern district of Ohio, Claims againtt the Government, pensions, bom.ty nnd back pay solleoted. jun4tf w)' i.i- . At 1SATT0X. Ancir. hao. BRATTON & MAYO, 'ATTORNEY AT LAW, McArthur, JVintoa County, Ohio, WILL attend toall'lepal biuincsluttii!itcd t to their oar in Vlntea.Alhum, Jeo snn, Boss, tlooking. nd nUoiningcmmucis l"artic vlar attention given to tho coHccku,o.ffloiders olsims for pensions, bounties, arrtius of pay , to., against the ...

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. — 24 May 1866

Sfcr Vinton $tttx&. WHITE MK5 8IIALI1 RULE AMERICA." Tie ARTHUR, OHIO: THURSDAY, MAY 24, 180 The Coming Election. Let every Democrat and every conservative citizen, of whatever party, fully appreciate the vast in terests at stake in the coming fall election. Shall we have an intelli gent, patriotic Congress or another aggregation of criminality and ig norance such as the present ? That is the question. If we can elect a Congress which will sustain the policy of the President, we will soon have a restored Union with peace and comparative prosperity. If, on the other hand, the Sumner ites are successful, we may expect a career of violence, usurpation, bloodshed, ending in a total sub version of all that is left of Consti tutional Government! In God's name let the people awake to a sense of the danger Marion Democrat. THE NEWS. East Tennessee is full of locusts. Thb President looks healthy and happy. Sunday, May 6, ninety-three per sons joined Henry Ward Beecher's Church. Recent we...

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. — 24 May 1866

Official Organ of Vinton County. LOCAL MATTERS. Adtertxsmenti to appear on Thurt' day mominq, vtvtt be handed in not later tAan iuaaf evening. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year, ? $1 50 Eight months, 1 OO Four months, 50 Payment lu advance iu all cases. ADVERTISING TEUMS. One square, ten lines, $1 00 Each additional Insertion, 40 Cards, per year, ten lines, 8 00 Notices of Executors. Admiuistra- ' tors and Guardians 2 00 Attachment notices before J. .. 2 OO Locul notices, per line, 10 Yearly advertismonts will b charged $00 per column, and ut porportionute rates for less tlma a column. X'ayable in advance Kellgious Services in McArthtir. V, E. Chbbcii. -Preaching Si.lbeth it half pt tea o'clock, A. M., and half-rest lix 'clock, P. M. Bsbbath School, 2 P. M. Pbiibvtkrian Cncp.cn, Services at 11 o'cl'k a. and t o'clock r. u . Bubbath School at 9 e'slock a. h., every Sabbath. Cbbiitiaw Chuscii. Services at 11 o'clock a. at, every Sabbath. "The Vinton Record" —FOR THE— CAMPAIGN! Wk will i...

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. — 24 May 1866

Poetry. FAITH AND DUTY. Something ever doth Improfs us With a sense of riflit and wrong : ' Something waitetli still to bloss u, -Aa we jnnrne) lift) slopg : Something viowtoa whispers to us Words of hops and prumiso rut a : Feiie sje.k.f ropkcllf hrung!) tn, . 'Or lift jh.i shuif ajdor; 5 j-- Cif-' , . "TEero li a t'.lcnt. f oi:c!c!i teacher; . '8tlJa jatn3iJioiuMin.-'; : Unto each weak', earth bjrn creatine1 Wisdom'. IettJt rJMtxi3.aliiv;. . Iloed them betcj prow r.nj i'svt ; They will soften life's hot flay , ' Duty makeyosr alcta adviser, s - Aim to reatfi.the f erlectdsy. ' Trtat the high hopes that impol or, ' ind Inspire oar firm belief They alone can well foretell us, ' ' Human works how (rail and brief ; - Trust the God that nignt uhovo Faithful to hfe prccepfa he, Ho will guide, and guard, and ltve tu, Through a bloat eternity . , . Heed the hoavenly at-plratlons That imbua with hope tho soul ; Mark the glorious life croaUyna y , Glowing iu without oontrol ; , See in all t...

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. — 31 May 1866

fefu Linton $tcoxi, PCBUSHTO EVERT THVRSDAT, BY IV. E. & A. W. BltATTOS At Bratton's Building, East of the Gourt-Uouse. : TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Om year, $1 CO llgbt months, l OO k'our month, - CO Payment advance in all cmw, Professional. m a. oo!tTn, b. a. comthli. Athena, 0' Mo Arthur. 0. Constable and Constable, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. McArthur, - .- Ohio, "llTlLLitUnd promptly to ell business In YV trusted to their ore, In Vinton and Atli 1a ennntioa, or any of tin conrta of the 7th Jndlulal diet., and in the Circuit courtt of tha 0. 8. for tha Southern diatrict of Ohio. Claim falnrt tba Government, pensions, boni.ty aou baak pay oolltoted. janatf I. A. MATTOM. ' ARC'n MAT0 BRATTON & MAYO, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, McArthur, Vinton County, Ohio", "TJITILL attend to all legal business IntrUKted YV to their care In Vinton, Ather,Jao rs'n, Boaa, 'looking, and adjnlningnouniies. - l'nrtlc lar attention given to the cuUevtitm afaqldiara flalm fur pensions, bounties, arreare of pay, at., ag...

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. — 31 May 1866

12th " -' Jaiiies Emmett. Pike. 13th " ;F. W.Tiiorohill, Coshocton. Uth " John H. Young. Medina. 15th - E. B. Lmr'-tt. Washington. ICth M Jiulrt J. liartoii. Belmont. 17th - Isnne Atkinson, Carrol. 18th " D. 'urrol Urny. I-nke. 19th u John Cessna, Mahoning. . FOR SECRETARY, A. J. MALLONE, of Hamilton co. FOR ASSISTANT SECRETARIES. 1st District Geo. W. Palmer, Hamilton. 2d do Col. Hendricks, do 31 do John Cocki'rrell, Hiitlcr. 4th do E. II. Kver. Miami. 6th do . ...Ciillin, Mercer. 6th do Col. S.Pike, Ilighliind. 7th do - M.L. Bryan. Madison. 8th do J. S. Crall, Richland. Oth do ., Thoa. Couglilin, Crawford. . 10th do W. 1j. Glcssncr, Lticss. 11th do tl.O. Wllhelin, Si ioto. 12th do A. It. Van Clenf. Pickaway. 13th do bam. Adams, Muskingum. . 14th do A. K.Wiley, Ashland. 15th do J. Williams Monroe. 16th do V. II. Mathews. Tuscarawas. 17th do C. N. Alleu, Jefferson. 18th do Jas. Randerson, Cuyahoga. 19th do T. J. Ctrl In, Ashtabula. Hon. A. G. Thurman was con ducted to the Platform, a...

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. — 31 May 1866

The Vinton Record. Official Organ of Vinton County. LOCAL MATTERS. Advertisements to appear on Thurs day morning, tnvst le handed in not later than Tuesday evening. TEltJlS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year, $1 fiO Eight months, 1 OO Four month. CO Payment In advance in all oasrs. ADVERTISING TERMS. One square, ten lines, $1 OO Each additional insertion, 40 Cards, per year, ten line, 8 00 Notices of Executors, Administra tors and Guardians, 2 00 Attachment notices before J.P,.. 2 OO Local notices, per line, 10 Yearly advertlsments will b charged $((0 per column, and at porportiomite rates for less than a column. Payable in advance Religious Services in Mc Arthur. V. E. Cuvxcn. Preaching Siihbath at half pat tea o'clock, A. at., and balf-rast nix 'clock, P. II. Sabbath School, 2 P. . Pbibbttkxian Chbbcii.--for vices at U o'cl'k A. m., and 6 o'clock r. u. Sabbath School at 9 0'olock a. m ., every Sabbath. Christian Cncaon.Sorvlcea at 11 o'olook a. at., every Sabbath. "The Vinton Record" —FOR ...

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. — 31 May 1866

Farmer's Department. Qualities of Onions. as an article of great consumption in this country, and it rises lu importance wh n wo cons iter that in torn countries, like S,nia en I Portugal, it forma one j( tba cumiaoa aud universal aufporli ol life. It it Uterastiug, there fore, to know that, In addition to III pecu liar flavor, which drat teeommeiidi it, ihe onion is remaikablv nutritioua. According to analysis the drinl ouiua root contains fioin twenty-five to thirty pei cent, of glu , l?u. It runke, in tl.is respeit, u'uli ihe nutiitioue pva and g-ain of the Eaat. Ii is not merely as a ir.itli. therelote that the wayfaring Spaniard eaia his ouim. wi h hi hutntie t iui-t ol bread, as It siia b ih- r resiling faring ; it ia becuBe nj.mc.ice hue long proved that, like the cht-ra- of ilir Eujish labo.er. it help to tustin hi trtngth- ami Hilda beyond wi.at iu luik would suggest, to the amount ot mmriaii nifin h'ch hia Genessee Farmer. Chloride of Lime for Vermin. Sunt jears g 1 read i...

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. — 7 June 1866

tPUBLrSHKD IVERT THUBSDAT, BY TV E. & A. W. DBATTON At Bratton's Building, East of the Court-JIouae. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One rear, $1 60 Eight months, 1 OO Four months, 60 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Professional. I. OOHSTBLB, B. A OOHRTRIB. Athens, Mo Arthur, 0. Constable and Constable, ATTOBNEYS AT LAW, McArthur, - Ohio, WILL attend promptly to all business in i trusted to their osre, in Vinton snd Alli es counties, or snj of the conrts of the 7th Judicial (list., and in the Circuit eonrts of the V. 8. for the Southe rn district of Ohio. Claims agsinit the Government, pensions, bontity and back pay collected. jn4tf B. A. BBATTOV. AICH.SMYO BRATTON & MAYO, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, McArthur, Vinton County, Ohio, WILL attend to all legal business intrusted to their care In Vinton ,Athers, Jao ksn, Koss, Hooking, and adjoiningeounlies. Fsrtio nlar attention given to the collection of soldiers claims for pensions, bounties, arrears tof pay, eto., ifjalrul the U 8 or Ohio, lndudl.g Mor gan...

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. — 7 June 1866

State a criminal code to the exclu bjonof State legislation altogether; and if this ia so, what a work of supererogation was it in the Con stitution to insert a special provis ion confiding to Congress the pow er "to' define and punish piracies arid felonies on the high Beas." And yet thus to overwhelm the powers of the State was this law, avowed to protect the negro in civil rights, chiefly gotten up and urged. On the 13th ot January last, an order issued from the War Depart ment to the military in the South ern States, to protect from prose cution or suit in any Stale court, all -officers or soldiers, or any other person subject to military authori ty, for acts done pursuant to orders and to protect all loyal citizens for acts done against rebel forces, and all persons, their agents or eiri plovees. chanred with the nrrmnn cy of abandoned lands, and the possession and custody of any kind of property; who used, possessed. or controlled the same. nursuant to the order of the Preside...

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. — 7 June 1866

Official Organ of Vinton County. LOCAL MATTERS. tW Advertisements to arvear on Thurs day morning, must be handed in not later flan luesaay evening. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year, $1 50 Eight mouths, lOO Four months, 60 Payment iu advance in all cases. ADVERTISING TERMS. One square, ten lines, $1 00 Each additional insertion, 40 Cards, per year, ten lines, 8 00 Notices of Executors. Administra tors and Guardians, 2 00 Attachment notices before J. Pn . . 2 00 Local notices, per line, 10 Yearly advertisments will be charged $00 per column, and at porportlonate rates for less than a column. Payable in advance lteliffious Services in Mo Arthur. If, . CiitFCH. Treacling Subbath at half pat tea o'clock, A. M., and half-past six 'clock, P.M. Subhatb Pcboo), 2 P. M. Pbiibtthbian Ciirncii. -Services at 11 o'cl'k A. M., and t o'clock p. u. Bubbath School at 9 o'olock a. m., every Sabbuth. Christian Chi-kcii. Servicosat 11 o'clock a. x., every Sabbath. For Legal Advertisements see fourth pnge...

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. — 7 June 1866

She iutfltt gUmd. Religious Services in McArthur. V, K. Omen. -Preaching Sabbath at half et ten o'clock, A. is., and half-past six Wock, P. M. Sabbath School, 2 P. M. Fbiibttibian Church. --Service at 11 o'cl'k . and o'clock p. u. 6ttbbatb School at 9 e'elock a. if., ovary Sabbath. Chbiitian Church. Service at 11 o'clock a. at., every ftabbath. ' "The Vinton Record." —FOR THE— CAMPAIGN! Wb will iurnish the VINTON RECORD for the coming cam paign, (being four months,) until after the fall election, for the small lum of FIFTY" CENTS! We have been to considerable expense recently in purchasing new type and printing materials for the Record; therefore, it is now incumbent upon the Democ racy throughout the entire county to give us their united support. Let every subscriber consider himself a committee of one, es pecially appointed, to secure at least ONE new subscriber to the paper, and our success will be placed beyond a peradventure. It is a duty you owe the cause of Constitutional Lib...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
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