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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 24 June 1869

v THE VINTON RECORD. OULY PAPER IPBIKTED' I3TTHE COUNTY. .TOIIV T. KAl'lilt. 1-Mitor and Proprietor. OrnOEITi W, Comer of Main and Logan 018., upposue uuurt nousa $2 A YJ! VR" JnJaPA'ANCK.'M 7, 7 V German Bitters Cprman VTo,-nLcr ILL "YOU Air ID Hoofland's German Tonic Prepared by Dr. (J. V. Jackson, Philadelphia, Their Introdumlon kilo Uila eoonuj from Go. aujrMeuirel aj Ix I THKT CUKKU YOUR TATHERS. AND MOTHERS, And rm,anrt Tin and year children. Tbsy aa Jeatrr.uMitvrni rromwi many prep. allone Dow In tbt country , sailed Bitter They ar. no or Tomes, tavern prepe ittattm Ilka nnal.. rUoa .o an,) but good, honest, hiliabla mediclnoe. They art rhtfrtautt iww waiiliMif - ., JLiver Complaint, . - . .. DYSPEPSIA, ' ',.'. , MervouB DeWliry,' ,; . ';. JAUNDICE; Diseases of the Kidneys: ' ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN, nd all ninram arlalnu- from a " .HUlaordt"' I.rrKoinTh, of f ' . a-tMltVKnr fr Til -MOM. .Conatlpatlpn,, , yintrulenoe, --. Intrard I Pile. Pufneia of Blood to the" Head, Acdity of...

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 June 1869

THE VINTON RECORD. JIcARTII UR, OIIIO, T1IU11SDAK, JUNK24, 1800. . Democratic candidates for office iii ' thia county 'are as thick as hops,1 aiid as' lively as fleas. One can't turn a cor ner, cross a street-6r go into a Htore without tramping on one or them; and they are the most polite, unselfish fellows in the world just now. wIt don't hurt" . 4 ii..:. .'- .11 iu iiainp. uu men- wvb, u an their fault if you run against mem, ana kivock mem uown; -i i ii 1 . 'i they don't insUt on their turn for their mail at the post office; they've got some nice peas and were thinking about sending you a mess; they will have new potatoes in ' a few days, and rould only be too happy to Tiave you call and get some; in fchort, they are just about sev eral degrees' too clever for this world, and can not possibly survive in their present state longer than nest Monday, the day of their convention. The veteran New York ed jtors aro thus spoken of by a .correspondent: "A great change will take place in ...

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 June 1869

SPECIAL NOTICES. Subscribe for the Record. ORIGINAL SONG. Good sewn good new lha Cable brings, ', O'ar all tha wiree it ltie, Wheeler A Wilson Sewing Machine ' Brought home tha Oolden Pria. - nld Cnel am first arrack lha note Jhn;Bull thaa caught lha eoupd, J Tr.n,enmefroro F.ancelrus acho hack; ( Wbeelet WilaoaVerowned ..-H.'.;'. - . lad now lha people bo longer doubU. , . , ' Belong it hn stood the teat, Tha newe ia fcirly nieed about, That Wheeler Wilse u tha bait. Aty paiaooa d Airing to jwreh tewing tnauhlne ara requested to call at lha Hubrt Boa or at(i. B. M. fill's millinery ore, Bdecamlne tha Wheeler A Wilton, of which, beraire peer MO.oup now in uaa. lrjirrd - ' JAMES TITUS, Agent. Vinton County, Ohio. UX"rr, ROAt fi HEED, lha nrget 'Wholesale Dealera in Dry Goods nd Motions, -Portsmouth, Ohio, Invite Merptntajet-and Fur- aacemen to an exarqjnatioa of their tensive Winter atoak. They give ipeciat attention to 'kaapiag tba beat good, and yon will alway 'nod tfiair stvlt ttt...

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 June 1869

- THE -VlNTbg- RECORD. Mc ARTHUR, OHIO, niUKSDAY, JUNE 24, 1809, The use of 11 alls Vegetable Sicilian Hair Keneu'er will keep the hair soft and glossy. Thk Ripley (Brown county; Ohio,) Bee publishes the fol lowing: The most wonderful instance of littua naturae that lias ever been in our province to pub lish lias just come to our knowledge. We are assured by Messrs. Wash Davis and Uauiel Ooppel, of Decatur, in this county, that a cow be longing' to' a Mr. Kendall, liv ing in the vicinity of Decatur, a few days siiice gave birth to one Jiundred -and six calves at ne calving, and that; .another cow Lel6nging to Mr. Edward Francis, in the same vicinity, about the same time, brought forth sixty. In each instance, there .was one large developed calf, 'while the others 'were about the sizo of large Nor way rats. . The smallnr ones were perlect specimens of miniature calves in every re spect. The neighbors denominated this freak as "wild calving." The parties are all well known here, and a...

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. — 1 July 1869

THE VINTON ; RECORD. OHLY PIPES PBIHTED II THE OOUSTY. . JOHN T. KAP-ll, Editor and Proprietor. OmOI! B.W, .Corner of Main ind Logaa 8Uh Opposite Oourt House. ' $3 A YEAR, IN' ADVANCE. German Bitters AND German JTonic. Y 0 U ALL HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, ISO Hoofland's German, Tonic Prepared by Dr. O. It Jackson, Philadelphia, Thelrlatrod action Into this eoutf-y bom Uw ssaiur eoearred in 1893. TBKT CUHJ-D YOUB VATHXBS' AND MOTHEBS, vlod will enrt na and your children. They are enUrsly different from the many prep radons now Inatwava, astesauta country li'l4UU i ' .i Toniss. They ere no El 1 1 tavern prep. faUoo, or ujaUa all thing Hke one but food, honest, reliable medicine. They are The grteUd known remeautjer Ltrer Complaint,- dyspepsia; 1 : nervous Debility, , .' , ' JAUNDICE. Diseases of the Kidneys; , ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN.t Test all Disease arlalng frornr . - - iMPUMirr or tmh blood. Conatipation, i Platulenoe, Inwlrd files , mines- of Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stoma...

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. — 1 July 1869

THE7VINT0N BECORD .if of . ' ' i , Til UKSU A.X : J.UI X 1 , . ISUO, We Will Fight It Out on this We Will Fight It Out on this Line. ' AuticlkXT. I. Tho j-Tgltt of the fldwns.bt thq'CiiUt'd State to rote VlutU not b ttenkxiwitbrkfctHl by tlio niltfil Stnte3, or miT" Stt,oe -aci roiuit ot race, color, or previous eou- Mltloli of wrtttmfo. ' ! II. The Coiigrw shall have power t citlrtrrt thfc ortUU by ' nipropitc t'jrio.UUOlU . 1 REPUBLICAN TICKET. . it Tor Governor, . . . HUTUERFORD li. HAYS, j For Ueutenitnt Governor, ' V JOUNC. LEE. : 1 For Swpreiiift Court, ' ' LUTI1EH DAY. ' ; ' Treasurer of State, ! JB1DNEY 8. WARNER, ' Attorney General, ., RANUIS B. FOND. : 3For Member Board of ruhllc Works . JtlCIIARD A. I'ORTER. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. VENTIOX. The Convention last week was the largest , anl most har monious that ever assembled at the capital. The ticket -which we place this week at 'the head of our paper is a good one in every respect, all but one having been ' tried and...

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. — 1 July 1869

VsPE'ciALCNOTJCts;:;; ORIGINAL SONG. Good ows good qsws tli CM bring, ; ( , ot n h wIim u ' i l viutlei i Wruijii'a Sewing M.vhlne- . Brought home Hie 0 olden Prise. Old nfielian rrricQrqelc iht oU John Bull then caujjriit th sound, ', Then came from F.anoe the echo back , . 0 'Kbf JVJIson's prof nedv t'j U i J w And now the people no longer doubt 8 long it hoi stood Ihe teat, ' r .' ,". ' The new It fairly noised about, That WhpeterAViMn Mithliet. An; pejopa desiring to piii-cbsn sewing iriachina are reoiesled to call at the Hiilbort House, or tU. U. M, Will's roillinnry store, and examine the Wheeler Wi'.toi, of which, hex axe. over IjO.ouO now in ue. ,( XJelirered and bee. JAMES TITUS, Agent. Vinton County, Ohio. BUM3ET, R0AD3 KEEV, the largest Vfholesala Dealers p dry tioo'dsand Notion!, Portsmouth, Ohlp, iite MercUauutand Kur nacemen to ad examination of rtieir extensive Wintoretock.' Thx J give special nltention to keeping tlie beat flood., and oU will always find their' stock...

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. — 1 July 1869

THEJINTON RECORD. Mc'ARTHUR, 01110, THURSUAY. JULY 1. 1809 Twenty cacea of wild ani mals with Bryan's Grand Cara van, Menagerie and Circus, "at McArthur, Saturday, July 10th. w Bill beam, letter-heads, cn .velopei, business cards, circu lar, programmes, and every tiling ill the jobbing line exe cuted at the Record office in a neat, quick and artistic man- ner. Mark Twain says that Ilor. : ace Qreely once tried to make a living as writing-master and failed. 'His copy was, "Virtue is its own reward," and the scholor got it, "Washing with ! soap is wholly absurd." Tue wife of Dr. Kelly of Linn Co.. Missouri, was mother of r - i ' twins about two years ago, and . but a few days since she gave birth to three living children. In the same neighborhood there are fouf other ladies who ' have had three children each at a birth within the space of a ear. Kitcuks girls are now term cd "young ladies of the lower parlor." People who go about grinding .knives, scissors and rarors are termed "gentl...

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. — 15 July 1869

OHLl F AxEa rail! liil) IK JUL GOUHTY. JOHN T. KAPK. - Ktlitor and Proprietor. OrriOE U, W.. Corner of Main and Logan. Bta.MpojH9 Uoart nouse. $2 ATtnARWnivCp. " tr Tit " nt v W (he llruitii! pf la f hurrall Hiafcl. wnuqi 01 our enMom.a. infna iat rapno liiiMlRwo4hia(irriUinflf "I RibjwjV tfc-andinaviita Illicit I'll ritter, and lr Kotmck' Scan linitvlnn 11 loo J Pills. Wo htr liven Mllinv Ih we nimliclnen ln.ur annuirh to Know llial lliejr are nil thry ar ranmmrrj.lal to h, Mia Hint lliefulilk!iila or tuiru uut x iiu testimony 01 Mr. Wm, (fotfifcftl most trorthy citizens of MtciScic;! rowfirhtydhioi?J dare truf. 1 JxiHAJJ Wliat'CTlTrbeOTcHrr-jnnrafrTtntorroh satisfactory? o 2 o 7j w 1 CO TESTIMQNX Mt.' Oilkad, Mourow Co Q, , March 2l85fjr Du. C. V; Roba5K, ; uuar oir: 1 iiawe been afflicted, dur- ingitlie last siSt with gen cral . dcbi U liyj no particular disease, but general prostration. I pro cured of your ageiit hcre,Mr.EnbsMilesi some of your Scan dinavian Blood, Rult rlfieran...

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 July 1869

THE VINTON RECORD. M c A E t H U R, OH 1 0, ',. V i H I il Ml'. I, ' , We Will Fight It Out on this Line. iltiasue of I ho UultxM States to vote tsltull Jio.t.be d?nledorbrlclgwl bjMhti lnttitl Stntvg, or nny state, ou c count ot race, color, or jirevlou ,eqiv Ui U of Tvltue. , : , . , . , , Jl. The t'oiigri's sliajl liave pqwer to ctiltirce thU rtkle by jiiprojirlate IveialatlvtV ! '!' '.( . i. '.'! REPUBLICAN TICKET. -.! For Governor, .. .' . JRUTHEKFORp li. HAYS . For Lieutenant I Governor, '. J0I1N0. LEE, For Snjm'nin Court, LOTUER DAY. ' ; : TresrcrfSUtis - SIDNEY & WARNER, Attorney General, , IRANUIS B..POND, ' , For Member Board of Tubl'ic Works. RICHARD A. rOKEER. - REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. Thj ' Republican 4 voters of Vwlon County aro jierepy no tilled to seed delegates to a Convention to be held at , the Court ftbuisev iii McArlhur,' on Monday, August Oth, iSCMoi tho purpose of nominating candidates for the following officers: Representative, Clerk of Conimpn Plea...

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 July 1869

YSPRJIAi;OTQE.J SUBsijywCfoi tye .Record. ORIGINAL SON (1. fjood newt good new the Cable brings, . O'erallth wires' it ft,' ;,, J Wheeler Wileoa'e Sewing Machine . ' Brought horn the GuldenJrie. " " v"" Old I'pEw.Wtthl aLWk the It- Jslia Bull the caulit the souod, ' Theocsmsfroaj F.aocalhs echo back And now the people no longer doubt r" 8 long it hita ttd tne test, ' . The nawe ia fairly noised about! Hi ' i. t That WheeiertWifccajisihe beat. Any nelson desiring to purchase, a tewing rtfteMnesreHqMted lo MI at lite Hufcert Hpuaa or atO. U, A M. Will' millinurv ttoru, end examine tha Wheeler A Wilson, of which, haraara over SMpuo now 10 use. Delivered and instructions given free. " ' "'' "" U JAMES rfsUsV-Agent, feW l8tr- .1 Viatan-Cuiintj, Ohio. . .Cnj-l" t-L .A. FA, ,4 ' BUMBY, ROAI KEGD. I he largest WholMala Dealara til Dry todde and Motions, Portsmouth.! Ohio, I'avlte Mjfchahts and Fur nacemen to aa axatntuatloo oflBetr extensive Winter Meek. Ihey give peciafttuulloo to keepmg t...

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 July 1869

McARTHUR, OHIO, TIIUUSOAYr.it LV 15. 18"0. from ' livose previously given, Leing compute! by different routes LeU'sen kew, 0,k ana Chicago, and between Sacra mento and San Francisco. Forq fSaf anien to-: p asse n get; can come through by river il they choose. The time is iwo hours longer, but the fare is onlj; 82.50, while by the.Val jejo roa'l it is 4 (gold in both Kvert at-t regenerate 'ol . .. .. i l.i Fpeea 11)9 waiunjj umo.pvyu'u be snDtteneafour hWrs at Chi cago and nine hours at.l'roinon , tory. This," deducting three hours more for the difference in time between New York and San Fraivcisco, would reduce the actual through time to less than seven days and a half. Leliove it is now. ouly that from San Francisco to New York, as ,the Central I'acifi'c trains in going east passs ocr the road eleven hours quicker than in coming West But the time can bo . very, easily, re. ducod 80 that one leaving New York on Monday morning mar reach Sah Francisco on Satur day night, or at latest ...

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 July 1869

THE VINTON- RECORD HI - I OILY PAPER PBIHTED IN THE COUNTY. JOHN T. KA AllC. - - Editor uud Proprietor OrriOETf. W. Corner of Main and Login Bti.,ypfl$ite Court Honqa. $2aTyea.ii,41 advance. W.th DrugicfiH or Mcartliur tall Is,, at Mllioa of our customers tb the letterepiib Ksbud ImIow of th wonderful elfli:ac ( Vt. KnbseW's Scandinavian Hlootl I'unfler, and Or Kobaok's Scaotinavisn Hlood Pills. We have Iwea selling ihwio inmliciou long enough la know thai thejr ace all Lhy are reijuuiinrajed ... ..... iciuiKHKa 01 cures putt- lisiiedareirtie . ( v j ,. t READ VI y v' . t The testimony of Mr. Wm. Cooper, ondbflhlildestaiid most worthy jitizcns of Mt. Gilcad, Mor rdw County) Ohi6. ; v. What can be more satisfactory? "- ' : '.. HOME TESTIMONY, Mt. Gilead,Morrow Co., 0., 1 . " March 29, 1859.: J)ii. C. W. Roback, 1 Dear Sir: I have been afflicted, dur ing the last six years with general debil ityyiio f particular disjbase, but general pr.pstration. I pro cured of your agent hcrc,Mr.Eno...

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 July 1869

THE VINTON. RECORD. AfcAnniu.it, oii lo," VU m, .;! I, Til UKS1 A X, JULY 22, 1 860. We Will Fight It Out on this Line. ! AbticleY,. I.,TIe right of the Citizens of the United State, to vote hull not be denied or abridged by the rulted.Staie3,. or nnjL State, ou, am count ot nice, color, or previous con dition of servitude. ' 7 ' " '.. '11. T1H Congress shall have power tovnloroe thU article by npproprUto legislation, . i; , REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor, , KUTUERFORD li tlAYS. For Lieutenant Governor, ' 't JO II NO. LEE." ' '" Tor Supreme Court, 1UT11EII DAY. ' 'Troisuierof State, 1 :'. SIDNEY & WARNER, ... Attorney Gencrul, 7 ... 1RA.NUIS R POND. . For Member Bonrd of Public' Works. 1UUIIARD A. I'ORTER. REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. The .Republican voters of Vinton County are hereby no tified to send delegates to a Convention to be held at the Court House, in McArthur, on Monday, August Oth, 18C0,'fo' tho purpose of 'nominating candidates for, the ' following officers: Repre...

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 July 1869

i;spmAL notices.:?; Subscribe for the Record. t ORIGINAL SON . Cond news go6d news the CUe brings, , 0'erU the wires it Wee, ' ' t-Hr Wheeler A Wilson' Sewln Machine ;:,' Brought bom the Golden Prise.- j. VM ITnehV m lint truek th Jslin Bull then ctught the 0UH J, ; Thsn csmo from F.snce the. eclu) bclcy. ' Wheeler Wilson serownedi i o-i ;-,,. ' And now the people ao longetdeub '., 8 long if lina looJth lent, '" ' 'n '.. The is fairly uoised about, ',' That Whesler A Wilson nth best. V, Any pel soni desiring to purchase sewing njnauhine sre requested lo cull t the Uulburt House oratO. U. AM Will' iUUarr lore, tod examine the Wheeler Wilton, of which, here ere over 350,outi now in use. Lulivered ;md instruction given free. - : " . ., 1 "4.1ME3 TITUS, Agent, ' j feW0 1808tr . Viuton Couuty, UhioY ROJHEY, ROAl'S A HEED, the largest 'WhlemlJJerainDry Ooodsand Notions, tforlsiriotftn, io, invite Si jfrci itfti) a J-l nacemen to an examination of their extensive Winter stock. They gie spe...

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 July 1869

THE VINT 6N" RECORD. Mc ARTHUR, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1809. [From the Delaware ECONOMY. Tub editor of the Herald wahttrlb kfiorTytoa know', ho much more economical the pie ceding Republican Legislature was than the late, lamented Ddnitfcratfc Legislature: Well, take an illustration. The total cost of the two session of 18GS t-dj not counting the third one held in November last, wat 321,098.87. Tliocostol iixi two Republican sessions of 1860-7. was ,.?118,655.37, or $201,443.30 less than the jDeraocratic Legislature cost for its precioiis services in dia ranchisiug maimed soldiers id passing a multitude of oth er unconstitutional and odious bills. - But counting the costol i , . . the third session, held last No Tembe, we have a still greater dLffereuoa in favor of the Re publicans, amounting probably to not less than ten thousand dollars, which was uselessly .squandered by lliese econoimz ing Democrats. The Herald sayi the Demo cratic Legislature has founded .Colleges, Jbuilt Asy...

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 July 1869

The vinton record. OHLI PAIIi PRINTED A; THE " OQTJNTY. vJOIltf t. ltAtfcu, Editor and Proprietor. OmOElT. W. Comer of Main and Logan Sta., Oppoaite Court Heuse. $2A YKA.lt; IN ADVANCE; W. the IrOfcaWiof Bf.A rthnr .all In. at tention Df our cuatomera to the letter, pub Ifahad below or the won.l.rful efrloaov '' lr. Mabaolc'a tfcandinaviau Blood Purifier, aad Dr R back's Scandinavian Blood Fills. Wo have Iimo IUdi the, madiciuea long enouph to know tliat they are nil they r reuomint-n.leri to bo, and that th. oertiftiiatea of cure, pub lished are true. - , " I ' . 1 KE&D I'hbieiiWny ) of Mr. Wm. .Copper, one of the oldest and t 4 1 1 'r 4 .most worthy citizens of MfclGHcaUJ Mob Wh nf 4.in Tii mnrft ..,V' vwt .r.y.y satisfactory? testimony; . i: , . : : JIx. Gilbad, Morrow o., 0., March 29, 1859. Dit. C. W. Roback, Dear Sir.Ihave been afflicted,1- dur ing the last six years with general debil ity, no particular disease, but general prostration. I pro cured of your agent here, Mr....

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 July 1869

THE VINTON RECORD. . ... McARTITUR, OHIO,', ; Til UiCMUA X,J ULY 20. 1SCP. We Will Fight It Out on this Line. v J. The rigutoftho cltlaeua of the United States to vote hail not be denied abridged bythv "t'ulted State or any State, oc ao count t race; coior. or previous con , sjlciea of (enltude. . II. Tbe Congress iliall have power , to enforce thU article by appropriate ' K'lfWatlou, ' , REPUBLICAN TICKET. " 4 For Governor, ; RUTHERFORD B. HAYS. ' Frlitennnt Governor, ; -;JOUNO. LEE. For Snprema Court, , . , LUTHER DAY. Treasurer of State, SIDNEY S. WARNER. , Attorney General, FRANCIS B. POND. For Member Board of Public Works. RICHARD A. PORTER, REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. The Republican voters of ''Vinton County are hereby no - titied to send delegates to a Convention to be held at. the Court House, in McArthur, on .Monday, August 9th, 1809, foi the purpose, of nominating candidates for the following officers: Representative, Clerk 'of Common Pleas Court, Pro bate Judge, Prosecu...

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 July 1869

'Special otIces7 Subscribe for the Record. ORIGINAL SONG. rOoiJ aw good news the CbJ brjng : O'er all the wlree it (ties, ' Wheeler 4 Wilson'e 8ewing Machine- 1 v "' Brought home the Golden PrtM. ' ' OM ifnele' atn flnt'ttroek the note : ' John Bull the caught the eoauad, ; Then came from F.sooe the echo back Wheeler Wilson's crowned. ' . Aid bow ih people no longer douht be long it ana stood th tut, Th newe 1 fnirly aolsed about, That WhMlar WiUoa m the best. Any peteonsdeiiring to purchase aeewing machine are requested to null at Hie Bulbert Bouse oratb. B. rf. Will's millinery store, ndextnine the Wheeler A Wilton, of Which, two are over 360,ouo now m use. Delivered ai metructlons given free. JAM E8 TITUS, Agent,' fb 18G8tr Vinton County, Ohio. BUMHET. ROAH3 REED, the largest "Wholesale1 ttpnlem in Dry Goods and folium, Portsmouth, Ohio, invite Merchants and Fur oacemea to an examination of their extensive Winter Hock. They gie apeciat attention to keeping the beat goods, and you...

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 July 1869

iTHErVlNTON RECORD. McARTHUR, OHIO, T1ITJRSOA Y. JULY 2. 180ft. The Catholics and the Common Schools. Ouf -ctrnman chooL8ystem lias become extravagant; ex (pejjsee have Ueulieaped upon each other until the 'aggregate is a recognized burden; abuses have grown, and been tolerated ?'i puri o sacred thing; and the ancient and inappeasa ble enemies of American pub , lie . schools are again on the 1 War path. 'The Catholic Hierarchy here is flgktinj the 0I4 battle 'over again, hopeless as it is, with unflagging tprnt, and we be lieve we may say fairly with unmitigated bitterness; and the politicians are busily cal- '. culating the chances as to thit which may be lost or made. ."" On the one hand, we are ex horted to look well to our can didales for the General Assem bly, that they may all be faith ful, under all circumstances, to our schools, and not follow lho exanmle of Kew York in dividing the school ; lund, for the benefit of the Catholics. Cincinnati Commercial. Tub Democratic press ...

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