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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 10 March 1870

THE "VINTON RECORD. - n m n Sfrcia .. . - Editor and Proprietor OTTlOE--Tf. V." Ooraer of Main and Logan Btio Opposite Mown now. ! '$3 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. GREAT CtlANCE! AGENTSWANTfeO! luu fier yea mrwHt 'by eletu, male or female,) sedan our worlitre i Downed Patent Evert itioj White Win' 1 11 llothea Lines. Cheapest and ueal I la jikaalinMin fhe. wnri.l: nnlv 3 A 'M Trt.an aifciindreJ year i'.kt kUu I ho Mn.Miit River Wire Co.. M fTm. N Y. er Dearborn bt.Chic-ago, 1.1. f MORGAN RAID CLAIMS. r;'.:- ; H031EU C. JONES. vA'l'IORNEY. AT LAW, McARTUUR, OHIO. ! Especial "ttrnittiB gives' Jo lh. collection t)f Jlorasn'RaiiTiflafms. Orrict One door weat of Dun Will Bros, aaoie. jaofJOjl art., i I .1 '- "' ii ! 8. M. Merer. Tom C. Dyer. PLOftEB, DYER & CO. , Heal Estate and Money JBBOKBBS, Buy and Sell Rial Estate, and Loan ,. Money on Mortgage Securities, Ho: it West third street, CINCINNATI, 0." ' jnn.VMy , Da vti Smart Samuel W. Kilvert, Jr. i Established 1So2.1 'fcMAUT & KILYERT,...

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 March 1870

THETIRTON fitCORD MoApmuiR.ottio,. " tlWUHUAt MAIt. W, 18TO. 1 f ' 1 Tnt ' (oHowuig i ' luilructive ' 'TvicbJii riven ,liv,tiio"Mem v bisic Avaluucrje on of - the 'most violent loiilLern joiirhals ?,Ther'"Li(rte against the con greisionol sclnme for the re (Mnstructiori of 'the- .United .' States hait been ioucht and lost; the not t hern Democracy In refusing to adapt' itself to the present, has steadily lost ground. , This Is seen in every .election, commencing; iwiih that winch placed Grant in the White House Yet the north , ern Democracy still refuses to . learn, und Ilia southern De mocracy. etill continues to allow .with aJity its im practicable counsels. , The northern Demo :rucy, tj . this Koud hour, refuses to take a . new departure; aud until it Jiscarls the dead issue3 to which it bliudly clings, noth ing but disaster lies in its path." Ohio Taxes For 1870. The tax bill having passed both houses is now a law, and provides that "there slinll be bvied, lor the current year, ...

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 March 1870

SPECIAL NOTICES. Wly CJaypool. J. 8. ilackcy. p. B. Ingale w tt Claypool; Mackey & Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, w : CIIILLICOTIIE, 0. Papon tlCCTPg Pawder at Factory fricH " flo'le Agent for EL- Hadra'a Ci- . .... i o ivi s .... . . .' t : Dr. Deulj'a Cough Balaam., i 'J OfthoaBdofaiiraw could ail,f 111, Bit on gtreroacat will do Ju.t wall, i T thaw what hi rnagioal Balaam bu dou, '' A'd bow it obtained popular run. - ; into who had taken violent cold, '. J4 lot i run on till at ler.jth ho m told ,'. II ho didn't attend to that riolenl rough, That ooonor or later 'twould carry him !!.' fUi frata-yatd cough, deep, hollow and hoar,, , And day by day It grew grtr and wono B had eoughaJ till hi health had begun to fail. i ; far hit faaturt grew auokea anj hagirud end pale.'- ' .... 4. F. TO WELL, Portamouth, Ohio, oflera 1o the Merchant and Kurnacemea of Vinton waunty, a Mipeftar mock of Dry Coodf and Notion, on term the moat laTorable. Joliu illlaui, TraeliD Agent. ' ..... ItUM-tBy, KOA...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 10 March 1870

THE "VINTON RECORD MoARTUUR, OHIO, . ' 'l I L , SQ$ ' I II " ' Til UKSU A Y, M A 11.1 O., 187 "GONE WHERE THE WOODBINE TWINETH." ." ; . - . ; KJone where tlie woodbine, twlneth,' ' Gone like the summer rain. Gone where die moonbeam plnetb. To llxhl upon thephtlii; ' Gone WaU an eet's golden llnlu, . Gone all to piiper cloud, - 1 By process so rvtlntng -jA puzz'es all tlie crowd. "Oone where the woodbine twlneth," Hone rarnbove Jvew lork", Oone where the twilight shlneth, Oone like a sea borne cork; Yea. fur above the swallows k . That cluster 'round the eaves, Anil build for sweet to-morrow a Their frugal house of leave. .''Gone whera the woodbine twlneth," The scheme of knavish men, When Fisk all fruit deellnetn To ashes once airaln ; Oone from the Gold Uoom whirling, Llkedu-t rrom jrrttit Broadway, En eh pirtte banner fuvlinjr Iu crime from light of day. "Gone where the wooilblue twlneth," it written on each Draw, . And oil each face recliuetlt Ita condemnation now ; And should no...

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. — 17 March 1870

THE VINTON RECORD. i - - : .... : . i . . i . - "'j-i OS T. ftAPEIt, , lditor and Proprietor. OrnOE . Corner of Main and Logan Sts., Opposite Court House, $4 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. I : GREAT CHANCE! AGENTS WANTED! NMSJ per 7 Ml r vurv Ml nun uy bhuh, maW or (male, selling oof world r- , id., . or hi ia Win. I Clothe. Line. - Cheapest end beat l sloth, line. ID inv wunui bkit. ph. trnei,and win uui a nunnreu years. I . A th frfiirlMin Rip IVim Ca.. Tfi f, "ft . N.Y. .r Dearborn St.Chiouo, III. MORGAN RAID CLAIMS. L " iioaiEit C. JONES, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MAIN 8TRE-T. McARTHUR, OHIO. InpeelataMMition giv.a to lh colleetlon of Maria. tUiJ olalioe. Omtc-UH door wast of Db Will Broa. tor. JtBflOjl , ... C X- flerer. Tom 0. Dyer. " " " FLOEEE, LYEE & 00. Heal Estate and Money " BBOKBBS, fuy and felt Jfrai Estate, ami Loan Money on Mortgage Securitiei, NO. 38- WEST THIRD STREET, , CINCINNATI, 0. Jons IT ly , Dili 1 Smart. Samuel W. Kitvert, Jr. rEUblihadlU2. fcilAnT & KILYERT, , SUCCESS...

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. — 17 March 1870

THE VINTON RECORD Mcartii.uk, oiiio, T 'lMfsnA MA. 17, 1870. Proposed Railroads. Tiikuk nr now three railroad companies organized lor the purpose of connecting North ern and Central Ohio with the Chesapeako & Ohio It. It. These are knnwu ns the Galli-poll-, McArthur & Columbus li. It. Company, Newark, flay denville & South Point It. It. Company and the Columbus Sr Ironton-It. It. Company. The two former propose to pass through McArthur, connecting with roads north of us for all points, north, 'st and west The Ironton company propose building a road; up the Scioto valley to Columbus. The in forests of these three compa lies are identical, and the tuoner they are consolidated the Letter it will be for oil concerned, and the sooner we will have a railroad. A road from Logan to Keystone Fur nace, '.hence one arm to Galli polls, and another to Centre (Station on the Iron li It. Iron ton, would accomplish nil that is proposed by the three companies giving each route the benefi...

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. — 17 March 1870

SPECIAL NOTICES. Wesley Cla'ypeol. J.8.SJacUey..P. B.lngsla ' Clypoof, Mackey & Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, 1 . CHILI JCOTISli, 0. :Dup'ontV Rifls and Mining Pewder at Factory Trices. 6ole Agent, for E. Iladra'B Ci- gars. ' Dr.Bcniff's Cough BalHam. Of thousands of oure wscoulJ easily 111. I B at on etlreme cus will do Just a well, )To snow what hi. magical Balsam haa done, ;4od bow l obtained popular run. . f A mia whe had taken tiolent cold, 'lied UtU run on till at length ho was told sit ho dldqi attend to thsl Tiolent couKh, That ooooor or later 'twould carry hlirl off. TVfrae-Tard cough, deep, hollow and 4 hoarse, If n(i'dr by dr " r rTe' nd or,e " ' Be had couKhod till hla health had begna io I' for hia roturta grow sunaen m iihk-.. - . and pale. - - ' S ' " ? J. K. TOW ELL, Portsmouth, Oblo, oflera i to tho Merchant and- rurnaceme a of Vinton ; county, a superior atock of Ury Goodi and '. Notions, on terms the moat favorable. John Xaillelau's Traveling AHtM. . I Bept.fjy. ' !...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 17 March 1870

THE VINTON RECORD McARTIlUIt, OHIO, TIIUKSDA V, MA It 1 7., 1870. For the Record. TREES AND SHRUBS OF OHIO. BY REV. C. H. WARREN. HORSE CHESTNUT or English Buckeye. [Escutus Hippocastanum.] . This is a noble tree, justly ad mired for its majestic propor lions, and for the beauty of its foliage and flowers. Its native country is the north and mid die portions of Asia, but will grow and flourish in tlia tern perate climates of both herni (spheres. It ia quite well known as nn ornamental tree throughout Europe and the United States, being employed extensively to embellish the Htieets of towns and cities, and also pleasure grounds. It Beems to have been introduced 'pn.bably from Turkey into England about the year 1775. Tli leavos of this favorite tree, or, rather, leaflets, are seven. oovatoly wedge shaped, and toothed. The timber is of but little value. In Turkey the large nuts are frequently ground into course Hour which are mixed with other food and given to horses that are broken wi...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 24 March 1870

VINTON. RECORD. JOHN T. RAlElt, ' " . JBdltot ul,Froprtpr, ' 61TI0E H. . Corner of Main and I Login SUn Opposit Com. House. 10 vol'. !"..' r "' ' $3 A. YEAR, IN ADVANCE. OHBIT CHAJ.CEJ A0BMT9W ARTE! I 'MORGAN RAID CLAIMS, " UOMEtt C. JONES, .ATTORNEY AT LAW, ;' ,Mc ARTHUR, OHIO. Will i Broa. .janrian ' ILOEEB,DYEB & OC. 3tealEstateand MoilOV ni Seil Peal EtUtt. d Loan -Money on itortgagt i tbatirMei, 0.'S8 WEST - THIRD STREET, i ) r: i CINCINNATI, a ' lltavli Smart. ' ' Samuel W. Kll vert,' j, (EtUWirtiidWai.J, ' . ))ri . , i ) : isuccxbsobsto mvw smart- n i v "Wholesale Grocers' ill) OOMMISSIok MEEOHANTS. -,:o;- Prompt Attention given to the .Transfer of PIC IKON and - other I'ropt'rty from and to Itallroad aud Caual. ;, i .,.., j 1 1 ' ' V Alio -Agents for the Columbus and Portsmouth f aokets, tVdfer StrttUbelmen Paint ami Wtlnut CHILLICOTHE, OHIO. aw 11 U. it . From Rev. Mr, McMrjitEw,! ' ' spAfiTOROK ROUKRT CUAiEL. tivditnapoi8,-0ct.6, 1857. ., Dr. C. W. Roback Dear Sir : I ...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 24 March 1870

THE VINTON RECORD McARTHUR, OHIO, THUKSIJA MA It. 24, 1870 A Word For Minorities. , Tlie K mortal Convention held at Spriii'di'lil aeeiiw to have been setting lortne oftiicni or newspapers ana we . poonie. rrop trnm partisan reeling, Thl is Minwii in toting avte the : resolution that "to the victers belong the spans" nnu Dy their rceoiiinieiHia tion to the Legislature t provhlu bv . law for the publication of matters ri jCnoral lutervtt, ia papers of both iinrticg. , . i We would faor this if wo carried .rmfl paper in Anr;ilzt Crawford. Ad ms or Pike Cbnntleo. because It U lilit In principle, and we will not ' riUsembltt even when our situation rumler in liable to be clnrjred with jeltlshnciw In favoring the measure. In 18G8 IT irdin county jravc 37 Kn. "iWlomi minrlty. Ill ar'b land 23. and , Madlron only 19, while in Montgom ery county tun majority out of i'our- , ti Thousand votes, v;i only ten. Beeauseslx men voted the Republican vk'ki'Csix thousand six huiulreil vo ter are neve...

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 March 1870

SPECIAL NOTICES. l7 Cleypool. J . 8. Mecaey. P. B. Ingali .; : Claypooi, Mackey &Co., r - i I i'." WHOLESALE GROCERS k , chilli com l;, o ,V D.pbn t'a Rifle ' 1 and Mining a." ,y ' ' " .' , s Bofe A gent$. for K LTadra's Ci gars. t - . Dr. Denlff's Cough Balsam. J irtloaandJefenree ire could eaully tell, A -.' Mu II ,n i.i.t . ...II ;T aho what rri meffcal Balsam kas dose, .-'Aaa bow it obtained a popular run. v. mio whe had taken riolent cold. v. '. Bad let It run on till at If eg th h was told V'. II h didn't attend to thatnoleutcouah, ' -.'.Thl sooner or later 'twould crrj him 08. t' 'Tun irais-yard eougb, deep, soil 0 wand :. . hoarse, . j , , , And Ay by day B grew ureter and won j : it kad oufrbd till hi health had began to O Par tn featurta grew sunken tad bagard ... ..and pale, Ji F. TO WELL, Portsmeoilv Ohio, oflera .'4o the Merchants and Purnaoemen of Vinton 1 ejouoty, a mpenor atock of Dry Goodi and , ' Notions, on terms tb moil Morable. John illelun, Tmaliog. Agent. ...

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 March 1870

THE VINTON RECORD McARTUUK, OHIO, TIIUPMIIA V.MAK 21,1870 For the Record. CREES AND SHRUBS OF OHIO BY REV. C. H. WARREN. PERSIMMON TREE. [Diospyros Virginiana.] This iarnilhar tree in Ohio is not found growing north of the Highlands of the Hudson Kiv, tit and tho Stale of Connecti cat. Foulh of Ohio, through out Virginia. Maryland, and 'the Carolinas it is abundant and flourishing. ' The foliage of this fine little troo is handsome; ' being four or five inches long, imple, oblong, dark'green, and Tery glossy, resembling con niderably the leaves of the or. an are tree. The flowers are .greenish and inconspicuous The fruit is roundish, of a dull red color, being as large as n garden plum, containing six or eight s!oay Eeeds; it is insuffer ably austere and bitter until the biting frosts of autumn and early winter have mellowed it, , when it becomes quite pleas, anl and desirable as an article of food. This desirable tree will, in favorable soil and con , genial clime grow to the heigh...

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 March 1870

JOHN T. ItAPEIl, Editor and Proprietor, EFTICE U. W. Comer of Main and ogan 8ts,, Opposite Court House. $2 AYEAB, IX ADVANCE. THE VINTON RECORD. Eggi tf Pure Bred Fancy Poultry FOR HATCH INC. WK have on band tS largest and best se lection of Fency Poultry to be found In thecoiiulry. Enx enrefullj boxM und shlp ' peH in any irt nllh. country. Forrln-nlar. I Mdnriees eda-ress. N. P. B'lYEK.CO., (tbssm Parlceraburg, Cheater Co., MORGAN RAID CLAIMS. iioueh C. JONES, ATTORNEY AT LAW, MAIN STRBfcT. McAUTUUR, 'OHIO. E"rclnl attention given to the collection of Morgan Kaid claims. OmcK-On. door west of Dan Will Bro. Moi.. jaufJOjl E. M. Flerer. Tom C Uyer. rLOREB,DYER&00, Heal Estate and Money BBOKBBS, Buy and Sell Heal Estate, and Loan , Money on Mortgage Securities, NO. 38 WEST THIRD STREET, CINCINNATI, 0. June M ly Daili Smart. Samuel W. Kilvert, Jr. ' " . Established 18j2.1 SMART Sc KILVEHT, I8UCCESSOU9T0 DtVID SMART Wholesale Grocers .A5D COMMISSION MEEOHAHTS. JTrompt Attenlion riv...

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 March 1870

,TriEVlNTOH RECORD MoARTIIUIC, OIIIO, TllUltSDA iU VU.31, 1870. Letter from Columbus. COLUMBUS O., Mar. 30. 1870. nd jt looks much ns though, our wives would be reriiii.g . that' very touching "Pome" ; sjpposed to be the soliloquy of som3 Democrat's wife, two vcars ngo. You will remember the touching paihos ol the lines ns recited by our mutual friend. Mr. B indy: "Husband, dear husband, come home to in nnw" Ac. Ac, Ac liut we of the Sennto vrash our hands of all (his delay. ."We have been putliitig busi ness with a degree of prompt ness that would gratify our 1 people, but the House well, , tliey have 'been a kind ol "town meeting" all winter. Nr. Ilill, quile an old man, con cludd to go soulh for his health. Lie was a republican; he carried with him the power of the Republicans to control 1ho "meeting," ho gave the Democrats the power in the House. V. ( pr.ssed a resolu tionto adjourn on the 31st ins!; they passed it, reconsider cd the vote, I ill the resolu tion on tho table 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. — 31 March 1870

SPECIAL NOTICES. Healey Claypool. J.S.Mackey. P. B. Ingala Claypool, Mackey & Co WHOLESALE GROCERS, CIIIL1.ICOTHE, 0 DuDont'a Rifle and Mining " Powder at Factory Trices. A Soie Agents for E. Hadra's Ci x-. , . -v: , gars. , "g; j.KichelHtein, Importer and 'IVoler in Win. Lin,nora,Cinar, ete. Chain wi.ne, Sparkling Catawba ami Ale always on hand. PI Iron Corner, Front meet, rone ' mouth. 0. All orders promptly filled, ma 30 1870 ly ' Dr. DeulK's Cough Balsam. , - ' Ofthouaandsolcnrea r conM eaaily tell, ! But one extreme cnae llt do Juries II, , ' To aho hat hi. magical Balaam haa dona, i',., And how it obiained a popular run. -A man who had taken a nolent cold, v, Had let it run on till at length ha waa told , .. llhe didn't attend to that yiolent cough, 'That aoooor or later 'twould carry him oB. ' .'Tra gra,-yard ooujjh, deep, hollow and ' .' '.' '. hoarse, 'And day by day it grew grater and worse '. VA He had coughed till hit health bod begun lo , ..Far hia fcaturt grew sunk...

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 March 1870

THE VINTON RECORD Mc ARTI1UR, OHIO, rinritKiV. MA It ffr. 1870 For the Record. TREES AND SHRUBS OF OHIO BY REV. C. H. WARREN. The Poplar family is charac terizeJ by liglit-wooded and rapid growing trees; many of them attuning a huge size. All the trees of this family have poinled and heart. shaped leaves. The tassel-like catkins, or male flowers, which are of a red or brownish color, appear quite early in the spring. This is a remarkably fine family of tre68. WATER or Western Cottonwood. [Poputus Angulata.] This is a common tree in Ohio, and mauy of the Western btates", it is a tree et noble di mensions, rising up proudly to the height of seventy or eighty feet, with a beautiful trunk sometimes three, and occasion ally four feet in diameter, pro ducing a broad summit, with coarse branches and branchbts which are completely angular or winged, and are remarkably thick, greenish, spotted with white. Buds short ovate, green, not coated with resin. Leaves are ovate-del toid, subcordate; ...

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 April 1870

THE VINTON RECORD. Editor uud Proprietor. OmOE tf, W. Corner of Main and Lagan, eta., Opposite noun muse. $3.. A TEAR. IN ADVANCE. Egg of Puro Bred Fancy Poultry FOR HATCHING. V7 R hara n hand tSa largast n J bast Y Jet-lion of Ksocy I'oiilu v to be found in 'Ai country. Eor carefully boxni and ship 'mdtoanv nan ol the country. Porrirr-ulars al priess aiiiire-n. f. V. U'JYEK 400., a I pnes Purkersburg, Chester Uo., !', MORGAN RAID CLAIMS. . .. HOMEK C. JONES, 'ATTORNEY AT LAW, ... . ( MAIM STBElsT. -J.j- McARTUUR, OHIO. fcspecist attention given to lha collection of ' Orrics: One door weal of Dan Will Bros, ttoi. H. M. Florer. Tom C. Oyer. rLOHEE,DYEB&00. Real Estate and Money BROKERS, Juy and Sell Heal Estate, anil Loan Money on Mortgage Securities, NO. 38 WEST THIRD STREET, '..,'.. . CINCINNATI, 0. , june IT 1; bsvli Smart Samuel W. Kilrert, Jr. ' ' Established 18o2.1 Ml ART & K IX VERT, ' ' l8UCCE3S0U8TOPtVlD8MART ' Wholesale Grocers AUD COMMISSION MEEOHANTS. Prompt Atten...

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 April 1870

THE VINTON RECORD McARTIIUIi, OHIO, TllUKHDA AJKIL7, 1870. GLORIA IN EXCELSIS DEO! Fifteenth Amendmendment Victorious! A NEW ERA! Nigger Out of the Woodpile! He Gets His Rights! Large Republican Gains! Sound the loud timbrel o'er Egypt's dark sea. dark sea. Jehovah has Triumphed, his people are free. ELECTIONS IN OHIO. Deliance,Ohio, and township?, give Hill, Democrat a gain of about 50. The negroes voted without opposition. Napoleon gave Hill 17 majority, a Re publican gain of 103 since last fall. Three townships and Wood county, including Per rysburp, give Peck 800 majori ty, a Republican gain. It is thought Peck is elected. Sidney, Shelby county, lias elected the entire Republican ticket by a hrge majority. At Mansfield, the Democrats elected the regular city and township ticket by about the nsual majorities. The Dem ocrats carried two wards and the Republicans carried two. The negroes voted solid the entire Republican ticket. At Lima, the Republicans Lave elected the Mayor, Stre...

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 April 1870

SPECIAL NOTICES. Wesley Claypool. J.8. Mackey. P. B.lngalal ' Claypool, Mackey & Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, ; riiii.i.iroTisr. o. 7 o iviua ami iJiiu.t, Pawder at Factory Trices.! Sole Agents for E. Iladra's Ci- ' "i" ." 'gars. . B. J. n-lCIlVlSieill, Jinpuncr nnu Tlesl.r in Wlh. Liiuor.Cifars. ete. Cham r"v" h"'""" j hand. Pig Iron Corner, Front aireet, Port noath, O. All orders prompt! piled, ma to 1470 ly Dr. Denis's Cough Balsam. Of thousand, or cures wa could easily tell, Bat on extreme case will do Just a well, Te ahow what hit magical Dalwm baa done, iad bow 11 obtained a populni rua. A man whe had taken a Tiolent cold, Bad letlt run on till at length he waa told II he didn't attend to that violent cough, That aoonor or later 'twould carry him ofl. 'Twaa a grave-yard cough, doep, hollow and hoaraa, And day by day it grew graver and worse lie had coughed till hia health had begun to fcii ' ... i... e- .. .L-. Word . ai pale. J. K. TO WE IX. Portsmouth, Ohio, ode's "4o theVerc...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 7 April 1870

THE VINTON RECORD- - MoARTHUR, 01IIO, , TtIURSOAV.ALntIL.7, 1870. For the Record. For the Record. TREES AND SHRUBS OF OHIO. BY REV. C. H. WARREN. WILD BALSAM POPLAR. [Populus Balsamiflora.] - This tree is found chiefly i' the New England States, New Tork, Pennsylvania, Canada, ' and the northwest. Occasion ally it i3 met with in Ohio, though not abundant, I have Been several trees of ibis spe. cies. It is a large tree grow ing to the height of seventy or eighty feet, with its branches spreading far out, especially, when standing singly. The . leaves are large, gummy and ! fragrant, being employed some. times medicinally in cases of , colds. The leaves are lauceo-'late-oval, accumulate, wi'-h close-pressed Berratines, glab rous on both sides. The How. era or catkins are very showy quite large, from four to five inches long, ol a reddish color, differing in color from from those of the other members of family, which, .have yel lowish flowers. This fine tree usually delights to grow in...

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