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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 23 June 1870

tnrTOTTTiECCmD. ".4 WSVTY t yt ,, if V CeV Vri an" 6 if t e'r if fit YJHJog a:i;i-i:iHi AND . ' CERF.l Af i TTO'N 1C mtmmmmmm.! Hoofl&dfenhiii Tonic Pranered. by Dr. C." V.'J wkftdn, Philadelphia, larrr nnnnrmd In-' '' ' ' ' FATKSS9; v JLND.T MOTHEBS,' i Am jalrl ear "to JV your children: THey i re ao,arB-Hfc-Mi ftntrt th Ttiaiip pup rations Mn latMpa aasyaatbo.eaaBry ealledBUtees lJI ' or - Tool Tbty er. . J I it I tavern1 :i prep, fmuoo, or anajsjeteaW eafeliaUihic like om but rood, honest. mliAblii nHNlifttiiea. Tbev ere r.&QrXXM'T!.:'ilt9iTil U AH Wver Complaint, .0 ,HII ipojweB-piaBaneyeVi A nd all DNeaeM ierliilii(' Ironi W' d VMnM!(,lTrMora h.'oY : ill. nnfpiniir run blood. i an nuei niiKMtfjjioaataui ralneee: &C Blood to the Heed,- ' ty of the Stomach, N&uat4 ttBttrn,Bifi(rutrbr Bootl. fal; "' Aaidit eatl jHBaM.Wlk.t in ther Stomeoh ')'! :i Sour Eruotations, 8inkingr ii'.' Flutterlnc at the Pit of the jVeje(Vi(wtiiingl of-the ' i-i iveaa, iiurriea or iJituoai...

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. — 23 June 1870

THE YINTON RECORD, AIcARTHUR, OIIIO, : m.. ' TIIUItSDAV, JUNE 23, 1870 Will the Railroad be Built? ' On every hand we hear this question asked. The answer must come from the people along the line. If they respond with subscriptions .to the cap ital stock as they can afford, and as their interest demands there is no doubt but the rails road will be built, and that right speedily. The company means to push things as lively as possible, but the people must aid in furnishing the cap ital stock. The books are now Open. We can't afford !td be without a railroad. In parts of the State less favored "by na tare, land is selling for twice trhatttis worth here, and they ore outstripping us in popula lion, manufactures, wealth, and everything else, and all be cause their railroads furnish th-em a good market. We do not believe our people are con tent to 'remain in the rear al ways. We "have a clianc now to jflace ourselves with the front ranks of progress. Let us embrace this opportunity. Let u...

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 June 1870

SPECIAL NOTICES. VI esley Clsypool. J . 8. Uackey. P. B. Ingal Claypool, Mackey & Co., . WHOLESALE GROCERS, CniLLlCOTUE, O. Ihrpont'a Rifla and Mining Fewder at Factory Trices. Bole'Agenis 'for E. Hadra'a Ci i B. J. Elcheluteln , Importer and DMlar.m Wine. Union, Cigar, tut. Cham ago. Sparkling Catawba and Alt elway on hand. Pig jrcn Corntr, Front atreet, Porta south, O. All ordera promptly filled, ma 30 1IT0 ly ... Dr. Denis's Worm Syrnp. Thia ia om of the faro' thing in tha long I lat of Medicipes; A good Medicine which ia ssily, administered to .chlldreii almost aa p4elaM aa'Wohn 'filidT, and decidedly (let certain thai th.t artiole can b mad to . . . : :- ." ,! CMIdrso ink it readily and it aearoaly aver pakea thern alck, and expel theworma to jHrrfccUp,..' Beside that, there are many uh, tha aymptona of which would lead any a to iiipfosia Jhalwbrnw were the ejauae, which art brought-ebout by Indigestion and feraaases,ao; no worm present.' Thia Worm Symp haa the additional q...

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 June 1870

iiTHE VINTON ECORD, f How to Make Rats Change Their Residence. Tbejlartfwil 3'inierJelWtW following rptfseti'y: -'- 'A gentleman who found liartigs' a pieoe'ftiiaeat jf o I pel the rat in order to reach it, o srand on his hind legs, and VI u irfler it a i shu5 lo w: dis h Jot must step ere "they could get ut ttlfMeatkn'hh'Hl 'im self and watched. One rat o -1 nn cnilTtwl fit. til A UrtiUC, BU-uu -r, ' ... ... and finalJy dashed in. ulmxq. midst ot his feast, something feft-vlggfyg hiriscfalong the liquuL By-and-by another came arldRv&il 1 'through' ? tW'saVe: performance, leTm'rjgfiaa hur we j-'jUla lata . lilLve-aJaaxdJ ,oLjpu these premises, sjngej "lio'whole'colonrfiked'riadled: prismg-julue or. the negro., in the'bomir b'hMnrebird Si ' from thj jxfi of nlemperaucepa Xkso-whichjB'ai uolosiousr ,01pp. in, t h$ 'Jaji d 'j w hi c h ;ii e Ji beenii 3irpn6?jtp this ) ii5l?H'i SieiiftJBf ileatiuctioiij which has Lxieii usoLMitlif ach feaitHil df feot?6li 'CIm l6.'a'ti.viiiaed'ra.(5...

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 June 1870

VINTON RECORD YHJVCw floraer of Main am Slogan j8;,,Oppo! site Court liouia. J3 A-YEAK, 1$ ADVANCE. BAKBBY n ijbracjiter Manufactory Aolaflanil oHJ.nosman, on wmtr ureei oo 7. tweetf Painf-aml W tliuit, Chilliioihe, Ohio, ill l Always ou mail a wriuiesat. or cwwi, A. K E S . r i iill -' Kinds WQRACKERS, &C. fS Al clock of Fnmlljr OrotenM. E erythHUc weshiuted tobea repi-neiiie'l. $'prl5lS09tf WILLIAM E. WATSON, J , ' .(Successor to P. M. Minear) ji :-DEALEBIS-. IkATs AND CAP3, TOIV -AND BOYS. I -ALSO- Ladies and Gents' Furs. Si.? pitol'gtreet, Woodbridge BuilJIng, rUT'Ty ii cniLUCOTUE, OHIO. ' . I complete assortment of the belt class and l)atet jffylej of goods constantly on hand, and 1 formleTatthe lowest prion. deolJ ISfiatf ' ? Oojme'MIarket and Front Streets, .;opVosite steamboat landing '.: l,ortsmonlli, Ohio. X. 'afiNDKRCIRAST, ' Pboprietor, ' fcb Jl isto ly J --:i - L . Jma Bnnlner. John Bouljrer. m JA3IC3 BOULOEli & CO., ? II i irt ; DKALKR3 IN Porergn and Domestic ...

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 June 1870

THE VINTON RECORD. : HcAItTUUit, OHIO, mi i TIIUKSOA V, JUNK 30, 1870. GRAND FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION, PIC-NIC AND DANCE! AT DAVIS' GROVE, MCARTHUR OHIO Complete arrangements have been made by the undersigned committee for having a celc bration worth; of the "Glorious 'Fourth." Everything haa been done and will be done by the Committee to make the affair one of the most pleasant and agreeable ever held in the County. The Declaration of Independence WILL BE READ BY CAPT. W. J. RANNELLS, FOLLOWED BY AN ORATION BY JOHN MAYO, ESQ. The exercises of the day will be opened by the firing of A NATIONAL SALUTE In honor of the thirty-eight ' States which compose the Union. A magnificent platform will be erected for dancing. Good music has been engaged, and will positively be present. Prepare for a FULL DAY'S CAMPAIGN, and bring your basket well filled. Refreshments of all kinds, including Ice Cream, Soda Wa ter, Lemonade, etc., can be had 01 the grouuds. No Intoxicat ing Liquors allowed. The...

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 June 1870

SPECIAL NOTICES. Wesley Cleypool. 8.Mackey. F.B.lngela Claypool, Mackey &Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, CIIILLICOTIIE, O. Dapont's ftifle and Mining Powder at Factory Prices. Sola Agents for E. Iladra's Ci . ' gars. 8. J.Elchelsteln, Importer and bealer id Wine. Liquors, Cigare, eto. Chain psgoe, 8prklingt;tawb end Ale always on band. Pig Iron Corner, Front street, Ports mouth, 0. All orders promptly failed. cm 30 1970 17 Dr. Deuig's AYorm Synip. This ii on or ll rare things in tho long lilt of Hdicin a good Medicine which Is aaily administered to ehildreu almost pilatable a Worm Cindy, and decidedly nor certain than ttut article can be mad to be. Children tab it readily and it scarcely erer nakaa them sick, and expels the worms to perfection. Besides that, Iher ar many suuea, the aymptous of which would lend any on to suppose that worms were the cause, which are brought about by Indigostion and thrcauK,and no worms present. This Worm Syrup baa the additional quality od Tirtus to act a...

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 June 1870

THE VINTON RECORD, McAKTIlUIt, OI1IO, TI 1 U US l A Y, J V N K o, i s:o. [From the Sciote Gazette. Supreme Judgeship. Jmluo L'rinkerhoir having declined a nomination, the friends of Hon. Milton L. Clark, of this city have prevailed upon . hull to allow his name lo be presented to the Repub lican Convention for the noin inatin for Supreme Judge, and . . Jrpm, Mr, Clark's great legal ixpe'rienco and learning, his j 'studious habits and well known ability and integrity, the move tuent seems one eminently proper to bo made. He wa admitted to the bar in ISM, ' i 8t !oVco took a prominent position in his profe3cion. Ho was elected Prosecutirig'At' jtorjjey.iii IS 15, and re elected tJi&ViSJltf, during which, term of ' service it is said ho never lost 1 an indictment and seldom -i failed to convict when convic Lions 'were proper, nolwilli standing he was yet young and "fieri brought in opposition to tbe best and ablest legal tal ' cut in the State, in 1S19 he was" elected to the Legisl...

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 July 1870

THE -VINTON RECORD, ""itl .iiditor aiwl Proprietor. OmOE Corner of Main ai Logan 8t8.t OppoBito Court House, and $2 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. 7: HOOFLAND'S Cermant til fr-v ' AND German Bitters German to wic V. KyOU All .. ' s.vs ss.ao or 'EOffPLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, Hoofland's' German' Tonic. .1 Prepared by Dr. O. M. Jackson, Philadelphia. Vheir introduction luto Ihi. country trout Goj. asaoy occurred In Voil THEY XJUKiCD TOTJfc - LATHEES AND MOTHERS, And will cure you and your children. They are entirely! dlffi-n-nt from Ihe many prep intlona. now Ui"TF" easrwssuhe country ailed Bitten KieaoBtl or Tomes. They are , no ; 3 fll prepa tallon, or aoysaaUsa aaUathing like one) 1ut mod, honest, iviiablo medicine. They are Thi greatttl known remediet for LJver Complaint, DYSPEPSIA, . hr'.y : : Bervous Debility, v t ; it . JAUNDICE, . T v', ,-' Diseases of the Kidneys, l ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN, nd all Diseases arising- from n disordered Liver, Moumcli, or MPUkirr or run blood. Constipation, flatu...

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 July 1870

THE VINTON RECORD . .;Mo ARTHUR OHIO, TtlUKSOAY, JULY T, 1870, TnK reduction of tlie public : debt for June is upwards of twenty million; of dol lars. Now let the Democrats and malcontents howl. The people will judge Orant by his acts; not by the noisy declama tion of the politicians. ' 1 The Jacksou (Democratic) Herald acknowledges tho deg radation of its party in the following language: lIn the olden time, it was asked: 'h he capable and lion est?' Now it is asked: IIov much can he spend?'". Ijf the Ohio penitentiary, the close military march has been substituted for the de grading -.lock step, and neat gray ior the zebra unilorm. (.'rockery has taken the place of tinware.- . The reforms' are having a beneficial effect upon the prisoners. The striped uni lorm and tinware are reserved for the refractory. An exchange crowds a whole lecture on political economy into the following spicy para graph: "Sunday being a balmy day, the styles were brought out. The most richly dressed lady 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. — 7 July 1870

SPECIAL NOTICES. Wesley CUy pool. J . 8. Uackey. P. B. Ingale Claypool, Mackey &Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, CIIILLICOTIIE, O. Dupont's Rifla and Wining Fewder at Factory Trices. Sole Agents for E. II adra's Ci gars. ' 8. J. Elchelstcln , Importer mid Daalerin Winee. Liquor,Cigrs, ete. Chum fig, SfMkrkling Catawba and Aleelwayeon hand. Pig Iron Cornar, Front street, Ports mouth, O. All order promptly tiled. .jnaJOWOly . , j Dr. Deulg's Worm Syrnp. Daoig's Worm flyrup has never yet foiled, I destroying th worms whea it m worms itMttll'di "Di met to th taste, lo plea-t itnd mild That it needn't be forced down the throat f child. A farmer near town, hud a child that wa tick, Bo he sent for a bottle of Worm Syrup quick; Convulsions had seised It, so likely to die, -That h almoit believed that it wsi usalets to After (Wine; two doses, it anon appeared plain, That the child waa txooimng quite free from Its pais, , A ad soon it was relieied, if the y didn't count i . wrong, Of lily large wo...

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 July 1870

f THE VINTON RECORD, 7 McAUTIIUR, OHIO, I , , , 'VllUlMUAYj JULY 7, 1870. What the Republican Party has Done. The New York World makes a perhaps unintended but very 8igjnificant.and .valuablejul- , nision to what the nation ' under' a Kopublican adminis, . tration, has done to v pay the expense of the war. It says "The war cost not less thai) six thousaud millions, of which thirty-six" hundred millions have been paid by this geiier ation, .We . of this generation have done our share; and the remaining twenty four - hun dred millions of the debt ought jtttbo left i to tTiose alter us. . This generation has done all the fighting; it has suffered all Iho daughter and carnage; it ha.3 endured all the pangs and bereavement of sundered do mestic'rUes;vit has paid sixth tenth? of the whole expense of the war. If, in . addition to this, it regularly pays tha in terest on the residue of the debt,' posterity will have no right to complain that we have shirked our share of the bur-derv.",- , ,...

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. — 14 July 1870

t,i Tri' VINTON RECORD. jOlSafiT. RAPEK, Editor and Proprietor. EFFIOE TST "wV Qorner of Main and ogM Bu., Opposite Ooait House. - j ' ' ' ' ' '' $2 :a tear, in advance. AND Cracker Manufactory AM earning on the ebore bammat the old vuj olO.Soeman, 00 Water meet be- Wtea. Pafnt end W ilout, Chilliaothe, Ohio. Aler oaband atwholeealeor retail, ( ! CAKES I Of I all . Kind's CRACKERS, &C. Ale a food etoek of Family Wrneeries. Kf ryUiIng warranted to be aa rprwntd. t i J. It. BAILEY. H 1860 tr WILLIAM E. WATSON, i ;(Scceior to P. M. Mineer)J '. -r ; J-rDEALEB in H ATs AND . O APS, Kros u'iir ahd boys. J mi TjJ -AL80- Ladies and Gents' Furs. "'. Pelat Street, Woodbridge Building, I'. " ". CHILUCOTHE, OniO. : 4 complete eteortaeat of the beet clase, and latest style of goods constantly en band, and Jbr Ml at th 'fowcsl Price).' declT UMtf TAYLOR HOUSE, .doner Market and Front Streets, OPPOSITE STEAMBOAT LANDING, 1 Portsmouth, Ohio. P, PbendebqrAst, Proprietor. fob 1870 ly James Bnulic...

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. — 14 July 1870

; THE yiNTON RECORD. jicAirriiui., ouio, r Til U1WO A Y.JULY 14, 1870, REPUBLICAN CONVENTIONS COUNTY CONVENTION. The HfimblloiiMs of the several Inwnnliina of Vinton count v will meet At-thelr usual places ot holding dpctfmrs (except ullkesvllla town- chip, which will meet at Wilkcavllle) BATUKDAY; JULY 23, 1870. AT 4 O'CLOCK P; M. to select dele rates to ft Comity Convention, to be lielU at the umrt House in MoARTHUR, .,: : ..' -ON-SAJURDAY JULY 30, 1870, AT2 0'CLOCK;P. M. The level si townships will be entl. tied to ono delegate for every twenty flve votes cast for ILiycs for Govern or, and one delegate tor each fraction of 13 aid over. The following Is the number of delegates for each town s hip, respectively : Eagle 3, Swan 9, Elk 10. Harrison 2. Vinton 2, Brown 4. Madison 6, lticulami 4, .Vllksvllle 5 Knox Clinton f, Jackson 5. The Convention will nomlnnte one can didate for County Treasurer, two for Oommlssiouer, ono for Sheriff, one for Coroaer. The convention will also appoi...

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. — 14 July 1870

pTEClACrMOTiCES;.--r Waaler Claipool. J . 8. Maoltey, Claypool, Mackejt & Co., WHOLESALE BEM, CIIILllOTHC; bV I DuponT'B ' Rilla ' andt'' Mining P.wder;at f actory rfice3j0( j Bole 'Aieats for E. Hadra'i CU , - eftM J 'Hi!' g. .frj Eichelstetn ,' Importer and Dealer in Win Lituors,Citar, etc. Cham pagae, SparkJingCatawba and Ale slwaya on hand. (.Pig Iroa Corner, Front streetrPerti. tnouth, 0. All orders promptly filled.- "' matomoiy .1 Df. Deu8 Worm Syrup.! 4 Denig'i Worm Syrup lute nerer yet (hiM, ,. to deetroying the worme when it wa worms thalail'd; -K . . ,v. 'Tie sweet to the taste, eo pi cannot and mild Tbet it needn't be forced down the throat of a Child. - A firmer near town, hud child tht was nick, Bo he sent for botUe of Worm Bymp quick. Uonrulsionshad Mined It, so likely to die, f hit he almost belieied that it wasteless lo try. liter giing two doKeV,"it snbh appeared plain. That the ehild was becoming qui free from in pain, . . And eoon it waa reliered, if they oiJa...

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. — 14 July 1870

.tHE VINTON RECORD, McARTHUIt, OIIIQ, ttlUKSUAY, JULY 14, 1870. For the Record. TREES AND SHRUBS OF OHIO. BY REV. C. H. WARREN. r 1 , TlW trees composing the Lin den family are a beautilul class tf trees; rapid iu their growth, being handsome upright and regularly 6haped. They have been and are still highly es teemed both in Europe and our : country for embellishing grounds, and planting along ''streels and avenues. Mr. Granville eaya in bis travels, that there is in the city of Ber Un a celebrated street made . gay and splendid by being 3 planted with double rows of this interesting tree, which w presented to his vfew, a scene far more .beautiful than any " thing he had witnessed in any town either in trance, flan , ders or Germany. ' ' ' 'AMERICAN LIMK OP BaaeVYOOd. 1 TiliaAmvricanaA ' "" This nice tree is often called the Lin or Lindeu. It is a very . . large robust tree, usually grow ing to the height of eighty or - n netv feet, wiln a straight trunk and destitute of branches fo...

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. — 21 July 1870

THE VINTON- RECORD V r -vr m nVimn Editor aud Proprietor OrflCE U. Corner of Mahvand Uogaa sis., upposiw uuuit xiouba. 93 A. YEA It, IN ADVANCE. HOOFLAND'S Cerman Bitters AND GERMAN TONIC YOU ALL ixvs iuu or BOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, Hoofland's German Tonic. Prepared by Dr. 0. II. Jackson, Philadelphia. Tbolr Introduction Into this ouuatry from (far- ism. i - THIT CUIIJCD TOTO ",r r . "FATHERS AND MOTHEBS, And will err yon end your children. They re entirely dlfcrent from the many prepa rations now ln'"T9a ppseioe eountry mey are no EI 11 tavern prepe- saiiea niiwrs or tomes vmiiuu, or aayaBawaai ksmning ins one but good, honesL reliable medicines. They are . Tht greatest knoum remedies for -uver uompiaint, DYSPEPSIA, Nervous Debility, . . ' JAUNDICE: Diseases of the Kidneys, tKumuns uk the skin,. "ana all Diseases arising Irom .-trisoruirea Liver, stoma? n, or IMPURlir OF TI1K BLOOD. 'Constipation, Flatulence, Inward men, uiness or mood to trie Head, Acidity of the fltomaoh, Nause...

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. — 21 July 1870

THE VINTON RECORD. Mo ARTU UK, OHIO, TllUItSUAY. J ULY ai. 18TO. REPUBLICAN CONVENTIONS COUNTY CONVENTION. The 2ppUn f the eventl t.wnsUtp of Vlntou county will r icct -nt their ttsns.1 places or holding -Ji-ctfin except Wllkeavtlle town Mp, which will meet nt Wilkesvlllej a SATURDAY, JULY 23,1870. AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M. to select dele irate to a County Convention, to be LUd at the uuri uousfl m MoAETHUE, -0 N SATURDAY JULY 30, 1870, ATS O'CLOCK P. M. Th'e aeveral townihlMwlllbe entl tied to one delegate for every twenty- live votee cast tor luyea ror uovern r, and ne delegate lor each fraction t fl2 and, over. The following is the uniaber of delegate for each town. Khl p. respectively: Eagle a, Swan 9, V.Ik 10, Harrison 2, Vinton 2, Brown 4. Madison 6, Richland 4. Wllksvllle S Knox 2, Clinton 5, Jackson 6. The Convention will nominate one can didate for County Treawirer, two for Commissioner, ono for Sheriff, one for Joroncr. , . The conventleu will also appoint 3 delegates to tho Stat...

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. — 21 July 1870

SPECIAL NOTICES. vValsy Claypool. J.B.Meokey. P.B.tngala Claypool, Mackey & Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, CHILLICOTHE, O. Dupont'i Rifla and Mining . Pawder at Factory Prices. Sole Agents for E. Hadra'a Ci : gars- : S. J. Elclielnteln, Importer find twia- Vlua. Llnuor. Ciaara. ate. Cham (MX, Sparkling Catawba and At always po hand, Pig Iron corntr, rront air mi, rori mouth, O. All ordsr promptly lillsd. maWirroty Dr. Dfinlg'i Worm Syrnp. beaig's Worm Syrup has nvr yst (ailed. Ia destroying th worms whsa it was worms ' thatail'd; TIs sweet to th teat, sa pleesan t and mild That it needn't ba forced down th throat of a child. A faroar near tswa, had a ohild that was sick, Mo h aant for a botll of Worm Syrup quick; Convulsion had xitcd it, ao likely to die, ftiat he almnat Delisted that it wavuseta to ( try. . - After giving two do. ei, it -on appeared plain, That Ui child was Incoming quite free from It" pain, And soon it was relieved, if they aidn't count wrong. Of fifty Urge worms, ea...

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. — 21 July 1870

THE VINTON RECORD. .McARTIIUIS, OI1IO, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1870. Tub Louisville Courier Jour nal tho leading and most in fluential Democratic paper in Kentucky goes back on tho bo called white man's party thus: "It is not the interest of any people of Kentucky, to get up a conflict ot races in our midst. It is our interest to treat the negro kindly, to educate him, to make him useful by elevat. nig him, and to let its politic settle itself. We cannot ex pect the negroes, as a class to voto the Democratic tick ct as matters stand. The posi tion assumed by so many ol the Democratic leaders iu Ken t'ticky a position the error of which is now sufficiently pal palle renders any expecta tion of the sort the next thing to an absurdity, so lar as the coming election is concerned. )ut time and proper treatment are likely to tell a different tale, and whether they do or not, we can ill afford to initiate a disturbance between our selves and our laborers. Andy Johnson tried the .'whito man's pa...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
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