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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 9 September 1869

THfVlMTON' RECORD." OEIY PAPU PEIHTED EI THtf Editor rnitt Proprietor; OrTIOJ'tfi W. Corner of )rain and Logan Sts., Opposite Gjurt House. $2 A YEAH, IS ADVANCE. Withe nrUKzitpMcThareailtha at tention of our iMitfiii n tti Ik .ul. llahed below of ttm wonderful rtfliiry l lr Robck--'A Imuran Hkod ronton and Lr Hobaok''l.-n..iuaiinHl(od hll. W hav. been aeUnnh-se ivd.4ii(a loiiifeniiiiri hi know iliM iher ere all lh-y are recommend', to be, aim that the ueititit;aiea of cure pub lihed i true, BEAD,::.' Mr. Win. Cooper one of the oldest and mos tvorthy citizens of Mt. Gilcad, Mor row County, Ohio, rc Vhat can be more ' . -. .- satisfactory? : HOME TESTIMONY. Mi. GiLEADMoitnowCo.,0., 1 "J March 291859. " Diu C.-TV... Roback, Dear Sir : I have been afllictcd, dur ing the la$t six years with general debil ity, no particular disease, but general prostration." I pro cured of your agent here, Mr. Enos 'Miles, some of your Scan dinavian Blood Pu rifier and Blood Pills, and have been using 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. — 9 September 1869

THE VINTON RECORD. McARTHUR, OHIO,; T11UKSAJA, SEPT. 0, 18fi. We Will Fight It Out on this Line. ATiCi.XT..' I- Tlie. Tisltof Uif cltUeus of th United States to rote hall not be denied or abridged by the iulted State, or any State, oe oc count ol race, color, or previous con dition of servitude. 11 Tbp Congress cliall bave power to eufore this article by appropriate legislation. REPUBLICAN TICKET. JFor Governor, KDtUERFORD B. IIAYS. For Lieutenant Governor, ' ' JOHNO. LEE. For Supreme Court, LUTHER DAY. . Treasurer of State, SIDNEY S, WARNER. . Attorney General. RAN CIS B. POND. For Member Board of Tubllc Works RICHARD A. TORTER. For Senator, HOMER C.JONES, . THOMAS A. WELSH. COUNTY TICKET. For Kepresentative, WM.F.FELTON. , , For Clerk ol Common Pleas Court, JOHN B. ROYER, For Probate Judpe, JOSEPH KALER. For Prosecuting Attorney,' E. N. BARN HILL For Commissioner, , THOMAS JOHNSON. , 1AND APPRAISEH8. Thomas M. Bav, Clinton township. Wm. Vandkefobd, JacTison " J. M. Douglas, Wllkes...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 9 September 1869

SPECIAL" "NOTICES. Subscribe for the Record. BOMr,.B,Oil3 KEEP, 111 largest Wholesale Daaisrs id Dry Goods and Notions, Portsmouth, Ohio, Invite Merchants and Fur. naramaa t at examination of their extensive Winter etoce:. They giva epecial attention io kaapiag Ue belt goods, and 70a will always nod Uietr etock the lriret and prices the lowest On of their arm reinaloi East to give hlstntlre time In watching the market, and in fcuyiog tor them, and hence thetr atok always frteh and AlwayeHrst atippliedwith the newest jood, They operate largely, do business on the principle of tha emallestprol lU, and practice the spirit of liberal accom modation. p. i-y BMITH'8 MERCANTILE COLLEGE, Pertsmouth, Ohio, prepare young men-prac-HoailT for the duties of the counting-room, by leaching them Book-keeping, Writiug, and Buainea Arithmetic, ard also for general Business. There is no class system-student. MB enter at any time. College permanently located. Open day and evening. Address. W. SMITH, Pr...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 9 September 1869

THE VINTON" RECORD. MeARTUUR, OHIO, . tiiuksda v. si:pt. o, lsn;) Be Up and Doing! The t'inoinuaU Gtuett re tnarka witV force: It is the duty of every re publican i Obio to go to work at oneJ aritl earnestly." It'caii not be plead that tho issues are of little consequence. Il we have not an armed foe in the field, we are called upon to faco the men who save the rebels sympathy and encour agement, without which the rebellion 'would "never ' have been attempted. Our oppo nents are tho avowed enemies of impartial rights and thus tho allies of aristocratic pride and monopoly. They would overthrow, if they could, the financial credit of the country ami . involve every, business and agricultural interest in hopeless bankruptcy. Tl'e blaze of rebellion swept over half the , Union." ' Its ravages hare been checked, but Us em bers still smoulder. Until the last spark is extinguished it would be dangerous to rest. It is now the turn of Ohio lie publicans to work. Let them be up and doing! The...

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. — 16 September 1869

THE VlfJf 0 N i RECORD. OHLTPAPES IEIUTED IK THE ; , copntx. -1. JOHX T. HAl'liU, , 4 IMltor and Proprietor. OPFIOE'S. W. Corner of Main and Logan tits., Opposite Court House. $2 A YEAR. IN ADVANCE. mr- lTT??!-T---r- ' W. the DrugglMs of Mcrllmr eall Ih. at Unttbntjf otrulanrfnio Mi letters pull lisnfl hllow 61 11 foa.lful anVacy 'I.Dr. K rbfcOi ScInntIAn Blood Puntier, and l)r Kubaalc'a Hoanlinarian Wood Pill. We hare been ll.n these mediuioes long enougn-to Icuow that they ere ell they ere rccoinnti-n.UI to be, ami thnt the ceitiflcsles of curea pub lished ere true. 'HEAD Mr. Wm. Cooper, one of the oldest and, most Worthy citizens r r V ofMt. Gilcad,'Mor- . A J .1 ' I- .i- -u. -'- xoWeCounty, Ohio. . What can be more satisfactory., ., ,,, HOME TESTIMONY. Mi. Gixead, Morrow Co., 0., March 28, 1859.,,., Du.jOW.R6back, Dear Sir: I have been afflicted, dur ing thcv last six years with general debil ity, ,., no particular disease, but general ptostratibn. I pro- uui cu ui vum "ft"" IlU...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 16 September 1869

THE VINTON RECORD. XlilWSDAX, SEPT. Iff, 1801 We Will Fight It Out on this Line. . Arricuj XV. ! Tlie cltbeu of (he United State? to votp lull not be denied or abridged by the (uttal States, or any , BtitU?. on ao vouut ot race, color, or prcvlou oott- dition of M-rvitude. ll. The Congrea 1ih.1I hav poWer U eiilorce til artkle by appropriate legUlatlou. , ... .i. REPUBLICAN TICKET. ' JFor Governor, , 1:KtiTUERFORD li. HAYS. For Lieutenant Governor, JOHN c. lee; ' ' ' ' : ' For Supretim Court, LDT11ER DAY. , ' -f., Treasurer of State, '-' . . SIDNEY 8. WARNER. , attorney Genera), . .. FRANCIS B. rOND. , , For Member Board of Fublle Works, RICHARD A. l'OKTER. ." : ' For Senator, '' Jl 1 ... HOMER O.JONES, : -i THOMAS A. WELSH, COUNTY TICKET. . For Bepresentativc, .. , ' VM. F. HELTON. For Clerk ot Coaimon Fleas Court, : 'JOHN 13. ROYER, " For Probate Judge, " i JOSEPH KALER. For Prosecuting Attorney, ; E. N. BARN HILL . . . . For OomittLwloncr, . ' THOMAS JOHNSON. .. .. i.anp AprnAWEn...

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. — 16 September 1869

I ; SPECIAL NOXIQESO Subscribe lor the Record. WJM9EY, ROAH8 HEED, the largest Wholes. Dealer in Dry Goods and Notions, Portsmouth, Ohio, Invito Merchants and Fur. (UMIi to aa examination of their (tttikiv Yrintrtock. They give pedal attention to keeping to bt goods, and you will alweys Bad thr otock th larvrst and prion the lowMt. Op of thelrflrnj remains F.t to give hlaenur umo lo watching th market, and In buying for them, and heneo their steck tlway fresh id ly'flrB. iipilifdwith lhwelgood. Th onrt largely. d.o Justness ob iho principle ofrti tmalleet nrel- it, snd practlc iho epint of liberal tccofn.'. tuodalton. ' ' - SMITH'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE, PorUmouth.JJUuo, JrejW VM Prc liollT for th 9uhes'of tWc(tfnf1hgoon., by teaobing them Book-keeping, Writing, nd Bullosa Arithmetic, and also Jor general Dulnui. TbereieaocliuMSyatero students n enter t any time. College permanently looted. Open day nd evening. Addreai B. W. SMITH", Prinoipal. 8ep,19,1808-yl Notice to Teachers. THE BOA...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 16 September 1869

THE VINTON RECORD. Mc ARTHUR, OHIO, TftUIWOAV. SEPT.IO, 18H. A good joke is related of the Hon. John Morrissey, of New York; vh'osW education is'sbme what limited. Although an 41 M. 0." John don't carry on a heavy correspondence with 1m constituents.' If he" manages to write one letter weekly to "Mr?. J. M -, New fork Citty" he congratulates himself upon the result of his epistolary efforts. A friend of his recently said, "Why, Mr. Morrissey, you spell cily with two tV. How is that?" Oh," said John,with the nttaost coolness, "New York is a big place, though. It requires two t's to spell .as big a place as that." The financial record of ilie Republican party is exceeding ly r.briltiant. S250,0OO,0OO of the' public debt has been" paid in three years, while France curing the same period has ad ded to its debt 150,000,000, and every European nation lut Great Britain has followed in the same direction, .During the fiscal year taxes have beeu abated to the amount of C0,- -000,000The appro...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 23 September 1869

THE VINTON f RECORD. OSLY PAPSB. PRINTED IS THE 1 "QOIiyTY;-'1 JOHN r. kapkiv Editor and Proprietor. i at, i OrnOB K, . Corner of Main and Logan Bts,, Opposite Court House. $2 A YEAlC IS ADVANCE. New Billiard Saloon. yOUean liltlillt'mM th (nasi . Liquors, , .1 Wines, . Cigars and Chewing Tobaooo ! , MURRAY'S XAIOOS. prl Hi Im ' MORGAN - RAID CLAIMS. 1IOMEK C. JONES, .,' . ' ATTORNEY AT LAW, MAIN BTBEhT. ' McARTUUR, OHIO. Knpeelal attention given to th collection of Marian Haid elaima. OrvioK On door west of Dan. Wlli t Bro. 4tor. janT30jl . H. M. Florer. Tom C. Dyer. n.0BEB,DYEB6.C0 Heal Estate and Money BROKERS, JJuj and Sell Heal Estate, and Loan Money on Mortgage Securities, HO. 38 fW ETTHIRO STREET, CINCINNATI, 0. jtnij ' '' -' '- - f til Smart.' Samuel W. Kilrart, Jr. ' fErtabUHhad 1862. SMART & KILVERT, I8UCCE8S0H3 TO D4V1D SMART Wholesale Grocers AHD COMMISSION MEEOHANTS. Prompt Attention given to the Transfer of PIG IKON and other Property from and to Jtailroad and Cana...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 23 September 1869

- , j.ii.ri.i..r.r' ': : . If. . ' - i THE VjfjTON RECORD. ifc ARTHUR ,01110, n i u ksday. sEpy.saj sea We Will Fight It Out on this Line. ABTirLr7lY.-l. TlHt rigntof iko iltieim of (lH! Uutttt, States to vote shiilt not bit douleU orubii.Igwl by thu mited Stiiti-5, or any Stnte.oi' ac. .omit ol wo, color, or pruviw con dition of vrvituilo. II. The Congress ehnll have power to ..Milone tliU article tynpprourliitc K-iiishnloiu ' " REPUBLICAN TICKET. '' For Gorenior,' ' 1 ' KUTHEllFOltD li HAYS. Fur I.tilitei6inb Governor, I; j .JCHLNC, ; , Jr Sitprviii" Cwurt, j( , ,, JLUTUEU DAY., , Jt., .Treai-lirer of State, SILt, S,AYAUNER: ' Attorney General. IRASCIS B. POND. For Member Board of PilMJc Works. 1U0UARD A. POKIER. ; :lt ! , i . '. '.'TorlSciiator,' llOMER 0, J ONES, THOMAS A WELSH. REPUBLICAN TICKET. COUNTY TICKET. ' i'or Representative", ' WM.F. FELTON. ; For Clerk ot Common Tleas Court, JOHN li. 110 YER, For lrobatc Jutljre, ,-. , JOSEPH, KALER. Fwt rrosuculng Attorney, .E.N. DAI...

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. — 23 September 1869

M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE. . cut. Ipalnil Will ! HOIKO ..BAIT-.,, I . Station.. ' UiP.m. Cincinnoii '"J'. 4 M u m. i:incinoeU.rtir.iU P . Hin.l ?'" 1 " Mi a m. McAatae.......-.. 1 IF ft M a.m. I 9U II III. . w -. - Kale. .... - j;- - ' u .m. ',' Boll ....... ".:. - ooiKO'wm. -' ' Belpre ,i,-n. m. p.' Hone Kiirnaee-... 1 01 a. n , , ; ,, J(, ,t bimki MlAKTHVl -Vo i, I'm Hanvfen ' 10 14 41in-innnli Kurn eel" ", . . j . j Ci.Kinn.,t....... - -3 J Pj BRANCH nrrWinK ''nl;liwV?rt"' ! Train, connect nt l.ov. land for .11 " oil ipvpuff jf r.,; I Weal. olla ami , ,nr,,lV Mumcroi i rHn-.".. ' 1 1 1 Iii 1 1 .j'.toWtU., Port.nnrt. .he MnctanU and F.irt.cmrt of V MM lotions, on wrine -.) j Sept. 10 y m.i Intrant. e orineir ncm -low". ....i.in the marlifti', : on8... .zx MITJI.8 MERCAWTIU5 J tOLLERE. .h Ohio, prpar. un mm prne- !C I toh..'."-'"8- "nrt, teaching in" . . . - ,or K.nvn M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE. Notice to Teachers. ... . . ...in.r Ilou-.. in Mu.rlMir, a,l Kov..lr, and tl . nn,...

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. — 23 September 1869

r - - - - - ' " THE VINTON RECORD. r. ' McARTIlUR, QUIP, THURSDAY. SEPT.23, lSCtf. Wbili Thad. Stevens wa a xouas lawver. he once had a O 9 case before a very bad tem pered judge of an obscure Pennsylvania court. Under what he considered a very er roneous ruling, it was decided against him; " whereupon he threw down his books : and picked up his hat in a high state of indignation, and was about to scatter imprecations all around him. The judge straightened himself to his full height, assumed ao air of of fended majesty, and asked Thad. if he meant to "express his contempt for this cour." Thad turned to him very defer entially made a respectful bow, and replied in feigned amaze ment: "Erpress my contempt for this court! . No, sirl 1 am trying to conceal it your honor,' adding,' as he turned to leaye, "but it's d d hard to do it" A Hindoo Story. A poor Hindoo, having been reledsed from the cares of this world, and trora : a slovenly wife, presented himself at the gate "of Brahma's par...

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. — 30 September 1869

: JB 'THE ylNTPNk RECORD. -OILY PIPES PRINTED IV THE hJOWN T. UAfU. , . , , Alitor aud Proprietor. mOI-Tir,. Corner of Main and ogas 8ts., Opposite Court House. ' ' S3 'A- YEAft, IN ADVANCE. New Billiard Saloon. yrOUcan flndat Ii: m the Baet Liquor, ' Wines, Cigars and Chewing Tobacco MURRAY'S HAIOON. pr 1 lw 3m MORGAN RAID CLAIMS. 1IOME11 C. JONES, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MAIN 8TREKT. Mcartuur, oiiio. Eepecial attention given to lit collection of Marfan Raid rlnitna. Orrica: One door west of Don. Will t Bran. . toie. lanfJOjl R. M. Klorer. Tom C. Urer. FLOBEB, DYEB & CO. Real Estate and Money J)hj and Sell Heal Entitle, and Loan Money on Mtirtyaije teci&itie$, i0. 3S W ESTTHIRD STREET, CINCINNATI, O. jnne 17 Ijr r , fi Smart. Samuel V. Kilvert, Jr. : EatiiMielied lSal. MIAKT & KJLYERT, 8UCCE8flOR8TO lVli8MART Wholesale Grocers AID COMMISSION MEECHAHTS. Prompt Attention jrlvon to tlic TraiiMi'cr or IMG IKON and other Property front and to lhtilroatl and Canal. Also Agents for t...

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. — 30 September 1869

THE VINTON RECORD. i iMcARTilUR, OHIO, TdUltoiJAy, SEPT. 18C0. We Will Fight It Out on this Line. Ahticle XV.l I. The rijjlit of the diliine of (he United Stuff to rote shall not be denied or abridged by the .. Inlu-U States, or any State, or ao count ol race, color, or previous con dition of servitude. 11. The Congress ahull have povvvr to tilorco thU article by appropriate Irulslation. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor, RUTHERFORD R HAYS. KorLieutenaut Governor, JOHN C. LEE. For Siipreuw Court, - LUTUER DAY. T reasurer of State, . SIDNEYS. WARNER Attorney General. MtANCIS B. I'OND. For Member Board of Public Works. RICHARD A. I'ORTER. Tor Senator, HOMER 0. JONES, THOMAS A. WELSH. COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, ' " WM. F. HELTON. for Clerk ol Common Pleas Court, JOUN B. KOYER, For Probate Judjte, JOSEPH KALER For Prosecuting Attorney, E. N. BARNH1LL, For Gomnilsslnner, THOMAS JOHNSON. T.A.VD ArPRAlfltllS. Thomas M. Bay, ClinU.n township. Wit. Vandebkodd, Jackson " M. .T. Robinson...

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. — 30 September 1869

SPECIAL , NOTICES. M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE. On ud after Sunday, May fth, train will ran u follow, i The Night Kxprau run daily; Man, awiy, Buaaays simpiea. OOINO 'XA8T. '. MatioaM Uatl. Minht Exp, Cnilnnil........ 10 .m. II SO p.m. Chllllcoth. ....... 11 Ma.ln ' 4 Iti a.m. CioctanaU Furn'c 11 4T p.m. - I a.m. Hainrfea 1 1 p. m. I .m. McAamva 1 II p.m. 6 4 a.m. Vinton I to p.m. sMa.in Ealtwkl Ittn.m. 01 .m Hop Kuroac i 1 J p.m. 1 .m. B.lur ............ 4 S4 p. in. a.m. OOlKfil YTOT. . Ftation. Mail. Might Ep. B.lpre ....... T " e m. uc p.ra Hoik Furnaeew in OK a.m. 9 13 i. Zalkl... -..10 IS a.m. IWp, vintoa ,. ...10 U a.m. 0 37 MrATBra.......lu 31 a. m. (47 Hansen 10 41 a.m. ' t.-ineinnatl Fiirii'ctin 06 a.m. 10 14 Chillicnlhf.....ll Ml a.m. II Cinoinn;iti... ..3 30 p m. 4 W Train on th PORTSMOUTH BRANCH will lv Hamrien at 0 60 a.m. and 12 Mi p.m. arriving: atP .rt.nionlh at II .10 a m. and 3 60 p Ml. Keturm if trains leave Portsmouth 7 30a m. an i S oo p.m., arriving at lUmiieu...

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. — 30 September 1869

THE YINTON JRECORD. McAItTHUR, OHIO, THUIWDA V, SEPT.3Q. 181. ll is to bd noted that when free traders become manufac turers tliev change their views, and are in favor of protection Ho Also when men are engaged in producing any article which cornea into competition with a foreign one fhey become pro teetionists to this extent We know wool growers who are free traders in every thing e.v cepling wool, for they claim that loreigh wool should be ubject to duty that they may prosper in their pursuit. In like manner importers urge the beneJts of free trade, and they make converts of those equally selfish with themselves. Thus it is men form their opin ions according to -what they may think will be to their ad vantage, and they seldom ex hibit statesmanship, which may be defined to mean a con sideration of what is for the good of the whole country. Should we manufacture within ourselves all the goods we re quire, we would have a vast ac cession to our ranks, for it uiust be seen that just ...

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 October 1869

THE VINTON, RECORD. JOHN T. KAl'EH, i Editor and Proprietor. . iITIOE U, W. Corner of Main, and ogan Sts., Opposite Court House. . ra A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. New lillliaril Saloon. y Qu tu tad at al It msi lb flout Wines, ; - Cigars and Chewing Tobacco MURRAY'S SAIOo.N. MORGAN RAID CLAIMS. HOMEIt C. JONES, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MAIN 8TRELT. McARTHUR, OHIO. R.pecinl attention given to th. collection of . 'irian Kaiil e.laiine. . ,..,. OrricK One door treat of Dan. Will Broa. loie. ,aof30jt M. Klorer. Tom C. Dyer. rLOEEE,DTER 4 00. Ileal Estate and Money - "vy and Sell Ileal L'ntatn, and Loan Money on Mortgage Sccvrltict, iO. 38 W ESTTHIRD STREET, CINCINNATI, 0. jnn. 17 ly yil 8inart. Samuel W. Kilvert, Jr. EtaUIlud 1853.1 i.MAUT & KILVEKT, 1 8UCCE890 R8 TO It'lD SMART ) . Wholesale Grocers 4.ND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Prompt Attcnllon given to tlie TransiVr of iMU 11CON and other Property from and to Uailroau aim uanai. AIbo Agents for the Oolumbus and Portsmouth Packets, Water StreeUbelwee...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 7 October 1869

THE VINTON RECORD. UcARTnUR.OHIO, THUltSUAY, SEPT. 30, 1860. We Will Fight It Out on this Line. v AbticleXV. J. Ihe right of the fttlzeim of the United State to rote ahull uot be denied or abridged by tin' t'lilted States, or niiy Stntc, op ae. doiint ol rncc, color, or previous con dition of servitude. II. The Congress fliall liave power to enforce tbU nitlcle by appropriate legislation. REPUBLICAN TICKET. LAND AlTIlAlSKllS. Thomas M. Bay, Clinton township. AVu. Vaxdebfobd, Jackson H 31. .1. Rouinson, MudUou u C. Karns, Swan u Wa. Mabtixdai.e, IJkhliind " Asdrkw 31. Gill, Elk " Tolford R. Jamks, Brown " 31, II. Walker. Harrison " D. J. Canny, Knok " REPUBLICAN TICKET. BOGUS TICKETS. The Central Committee have been notified by tel egram from Columbus that spurious Republican tick ets have been printed there and sent over the State. These tickets have ,the names of all the Eepubli can candidates printed on them, but with false initials and names not correctly spelled. Be on the looko...

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 October 1869

. SPECIAL' NOTICES.1, j M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE. On and s(lr Sunday, Msy th, trains will run as follows: The Niht Express ruo dsilyi Mail, daily, Suodays eeepted. ' . ' " OOJNa EAST. Btatiormt Wail.. , Cincinnati.... B 10 a.m. ChillRuthe 11 60.ra Cincinnati Furn'ce 12 47 p.m. Hamden .............. 1 1 p. m.' McAaTiaa 1 11 p in. ', . Vinton ...... I M p.m.' Zaleski... 1 29 p.ro; ' Nope Furnace.... 1 S3 P-nt. Solpre ............4M p. m. . h'ight Exp. -II SO p.m. 4 02 a.m. 1 10 a.m. ft m a.m. 1 A 42 a.m. ' M a.m. ( 01 a.m. ". 14 a.m. Ill a.m. GOINd WKBT.- ' Ftntions. ftrlpre Mnm Fiirnaee Mall. .7 Ti a.m. Night Ep. no p m 9 13 p. ! p. .17 S 47 , in O'j a.m. Zaleski ..10 13 a.m. Vinton -..10 22 a.m. JlcATiira, to 31 h. m. Hamden ..U.lO 41 oi '.y 'i 18 10 14 Jl 30 4 00 BRANCH Cincinnati Furn celu 55 a.m. Chillicodie .11 60 a.m. .Cincinnati....... -.3 30 p.m. .Trains on the PORTSMOUTH will leave Hamden at A 60 m. and 12 6ip.m. arririnx al Portsmouth at II 50a m.anrt 3 6flp ni. Returni...

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 October 1869

Si THE VINTON RECORD. Mc ARTHUR, OHIO, rilUUSDAV, OCT. 30, 1809. Struggles and Triumphs: or, Forty Years Recollections of P. T. Barnum. This is the title of a mo9t acceptable work now in press, and toon to bo issued by J. D. Burr & Co., Hartford, Oonnec ticut. Struggles and Triumphs is an epitome of the busy and eventful life of 1. T. Barnuni as a merchant, manager, bank er, lecturer, and successful howman on two continents. Ik shows him to us at the foot of the ladder; and gives, with many other narratives, an ac count of his struggles for a livelihood, his ' imprisonment and release, his earlier ven tures as a showman, his hair breadth escapes, his saving the life of James Gordon Benne't, his brave encounter with Cap tain Judkins, of the Cjnard steamer, the trap laid for him in Philadelphia, the Jercme Clock Company entanglement and his failure, and the troops of friends to his rescue with offers of unlimited capital It shows him to us at the top of the ladder, revealing the m...

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