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THE VINTON RECORD.
M c A Kill UU , Oil I 0,
T1IUKSDAY, JAN. O, 1S7.T.
The Message of Gov Noyes
was delivered lo tho Legisla
ture, ou assembling, ou the 21.
.The principal recomnendation
is Tor l lie revising of llio school
laws, establishing a normal in
stitution, county superintend
ency, and township orgauiza.
tioti instead ol the present
district system, with a view e3
pecially lo equalizing the ad
vantages or obtaining educa
tion, so that country schools
may enjoy more advantages
than at present
It appears also, lrom the
message, I tint were nil the in
sane asylums now being built
by tho State, completed, there
would bo 401) insane persons in
excess of their capacity. Sucli
action as will afford immediate
relief to these unfortunates is
recommended. Also, remodel
ing ot the interior oi the Pen
itentiary, so a3 lo secure better
ventilation; the passage of a
law making more grades in
crime, and the punishment
more uniform and certain; ap
propriations lor the completion
of the Geological Survey, and
for the several benevolent in
Btitulious of the State.
Vintox colwtv needs an In
firmary. Portsmouth Times.
Just so, and our people had
one, and had it paid for, until
jour Democratic friends who
ruled this county swindled
them, out of it. Thoy have
110 commenced to pay for an
other, and before they have
possession the Commissioners
have, disposed of the first slice
off of it. If they were blessed
with Republican officials or
even good Democrats who
were free of the influence of
Ihe Court llouse clique we
might be as well fixed in this
respect as Scioto or any of our
llepublican neighbors. The
people have done their duty to
the poor so far as the paymeut
of their dollars and cents in
taxation was concerned, but
they failed to provide the right
men to take care of their mon
ey and property. Since "the
everlasting nigger" is out of
the way in politics the pros
pects are that they will now
look alter their own interests,
and "do a little something for
Our good colored friend, Bro.
Iiaper, of the Vinton Eecord,
Again seeks to send his editori
ai javelin into our vital parts.
We see no good reason for Bro.
Kiper's conduct. We did all
that we could for his race in
1SG7, when we supported the
proposed amendment to the
State Constitution to confer the
iglit ot suffrage upon colored
citizens, and we have always
had a friendly interest in the
welfare of colored people.
The editor of the Herald
"slops oyer." He should re
member that the Herald is
an infant, not yet completed
its third year of babyhood, and
could not have done battle for
us colored folks in 18G7. How
ever, the Herald is a promising
child and we have not failed
to notice that its editor has
sometimes stood on the side of
the colored people. He now
repeats his pledge of "a lriend
ly interest in the welfare of the
colored people." It is meet
and appropriate that a man
should acknowledge the inter
est he feels in his relations; but
we, nevertheless, in token of
gratitude to the editor of the
Herald, and as a personal ac
knowledgment to him, hereby
pledge ourselves that when an
.amendment to our constitution
is proposed enfranchising go
rillas, we will give it our hearty
support, so that he may not
Again charge us with being un
grateful. Bcrns's paper the Scioto
Valley Post is now called the
Horrible Bug-Bear. It is diffi
cult to tell which one of his
names is the most appropriate.
It will be loeakly printed and
edited in Chillicolbe, as here
tofore. So 6ays the Post.
A mvelt advertisement cosU no
mjre than a dull one.
Another Railroad to Logan.
A correspondent of the lion
ton Register makes a suitable
suggestion to' the managers of
the Chesapeake & Ohio Rail
road. The western terminus ol
this road at present is at Hunt
ington, on the Ohio River.
From there it is proposed to
build the road to Portsmouth,
llillsboro and Dayton. An
other proposition i o joiiv a
road already projected down
the Ohio River to Cincinnati.
But this correapor.dent sug
gests that a road be built from
Huntington via Gallia Fur
nace northward 40 miles to Lo
gan. This he says will give
Huntington command ot the
grettiron region of Lawrence,
Jackson, Gallia and Vinton
counties, besides putting the
C. & O. II. 11. in connection
with all the leading lines ol
road in Ohio.
It might be a good idea lor
some of our Board of Trade to
visit the President of the C. &
0. It R. and have a talk over.
In another article m the
same paper "our Board of
Trade" is recommended to look
up a railroad scheme to Chilli
cothe. If there were less wind
and more work about the Lo
ganites they would know that
there is a company now build
ing a railroad from Gallipolis
to Logan, with forty miles of
grading nearly completed; that
the said road secures all that
could be secured by this new
Gallia Furnace project; that the
President of the C. & 0. R. R
has been "visited," and prom
ised a connection from Charl
eston aj soon as he is assured
this road will be built. The
citizens of Logan and Hocking
county have been begged aud
beseeched to assist in building
this road. They swell up till
they fairly burst when they go
to reciting the advantages of
this road to their town and
county, but when it comes to
the matter of money to carry
these benefits to their doors,
we are reliably informed that
but one man in the county Iiob
subscribed a dollar to the stock
not even to pay for the sur
vey. In the meantime they
have been blowing at different
times about building about
twenty-five other roads. Gen
tlemen, if you want out of the
mud, put your 6hou!den to the
wheel. Your town and coun
ty will be greatly benefited by
the road; it is the only one of
your numerous projects that
has the shadow of a chance of
success. If you won't give in
dividual subscriptions, will
you vote a tax? "Business is
business; put up or shut up."
The CircleviUe Herald is pos
essed of tho idea that it is a
better paper than the Jack
son Standard. We'll bet the
Herald a cob-pipe, and give
the pipe to Mackley if we win
it, that the editor of the Her
ald can't write a column of
Random Thoughts in six years.
We'll bet he can't think 'Ran
dom' much less, write.
The oil excitement is being
revived at Pomeroy, according
to the Meigs County Telegraph,
from which we extract: 1
The "Rutland Well," on the
"Nobles farm," in Rutland
township, Meigs county, upon
which much time and money
has been spent, 13 beginning
to prove remunerative to its
present owners Messrs. N.N.
Holt & Brothers. Heretofore
it produced about one barrel
of oil per week, and, at length,
for some cause it ceased flow
ing. Then a torpedo was in
serted, but produced no im
mediate effects. However, on
the evening of the 14th of De
cember, there commenced a
spontaneous flow of salt water
and oil. Since then the yield
of oil alone is three barrels per
day. Salt could also be man
ufactured to . good advantage,
as there is sufficient gas emit
ted from the W6ll to run a fur
nace free of expense.
Geo. W. Shotts, of Waveily,
has been appointed manager
of the Petrea mines, Jackson.
U'Enro pleased to notice the
introduction, in tho State Sen
ate, of a bill by Mr. Boesel .sup
plementary to the criminal
code, making it the duty of
the jury, incase of a plea ol
insanity, to return in their ver
dict, first, whether such insan
ity existed ut the time of the
commission of the offense; and,
second, whether it was emo
tional or temporary, or other
wise. In the first case, the de
fondant is to be confined in
one or" the lunatic asylums of
the State for the same length
of timo that he would have
been imprisoned under a ver
dict of guilty. This is a very
important matter, and it is
due the community of law
abiding citizens that they be
protected while enjoying their
inalienable rights. Emotional
insanity may be a pleasant af
fliction with murderers, but
like the epizootic, when it be
comes epidemic it's dreadfully
Ohio State Journal.
Ma. Storrs Barrows, of
Utica, New York, who lies
kept a faithful record of the
weather for a great number of
years, states that 1810 was tho
coldest year ever known iu
Europe or America. There was
literally no summer at all
Irost in every month. Snow
fell to the depth of six inches
in Maine on the 221 of July,
and on the ICth of August ice
formed as thick a3 window
glass. Asa matter of course
the crops all failed, aud provis
ions went up to starvation
prices wheat flour sixteen
dollars per barrel, and seed
corn six dollars per bushel.
SrokES has been convicted
of the murder of Jim Fisk, and
sentenced to be hangedFeb. 2?.
A barkkl of apples sells for
$20 in San Antonio, Texas, but
baef is only two cents per
M. D. Potter, Secretary of
two of the building associations
in CircleviUe, has swindled
the members out of $3,200, and
left lor parts unknown.
They have two State govern
ments, two Governors, two leg
islatures, in Louisiana, and
enough rascally politicians to
sink a fleet.
Tiie tschool Board of Louis
ville are asking for such Legis
lation as will secure the color
ed children of that city a place
in the public schools. Ken
Arthur Goodrich, the boy
who was hurt last summer,
during the tornado at Chilli
cothe, died last Saturday, frcm
injuries received at that time.
The Philadelphia iron mas
ters propose to erect an iron
monument to Horace Greeley,
commemorative of his tarill
The number of hogs slaught
ered in Cincinnati last week
was 42,000; and the whole
number from November 1st, to
the present date, 379,000.
A youso chap of three years
whose Christmas gift was a tin
railroad car rushed into his
mother's room to know if she
was going to use her bustle, as
Secretary Boutwell has writ
ten a letter to some of his
friends in Massachusetts, say
ing that he will be thankful
for the support of those mem
bers of the legislature who
judge that be is qualified to
represent the 6tatein the Unit
ed States Senate.
James Venters and Andrew
Diles, workmen in the Bell
fonte Iron Works, at Ironton,
Ohio, were scalded to death
ou the 27th ult., while cleaning
a boiler. The engineer, sup
posing the boiler had been dis
connected, turned on the steam
while the men were in the
Advertising reminds people cf
things they had been wanting all
along, but had forgotten all about
Us ddu the head of ' Rascals
who don't pay the Printer,"
Ihe Chillicothe Advertiser pub
lishes a list of ten individuals
who won't pay for their paper.
The editor says "a fellow who
will take a newspaper from
ono to three years and then re
luse to pay for it, will steal.''
Tu 4eUhUire is now in session.
J.imes II.' Remy, Ellen C. Re.ny John W.
Homy nn I Leticia E Wycitntrnnd Milbery
lloach, (il.iiudlt, r'iiih t P.ilrick McNatnce,
'PIIE I'cfrnclunt Pnlrii'k McNnuiee whose
X pUeo ol' residence is uuknown, will take
notice that Ihe above named, li I on ihe ind
day of November, a. I 1H72, tiln iheir peti
lioii in Ihe Court of Common Plena within
and fur Ihe County nf Vint on in said -itnte
ul tihin, aMitist the said Patrick MeNamce,
sftti.it; forth lliHt they, as heiianl lair of John
Hemy, deceased, are the owners in fen nun
pie, Hil l nre in possession of tho following
hinds, Minnie in Vinton count-, Sbtte of Ohio,
mill desujshed us follows, to wit : The north
east iiinrter of the southeast quarter, and
the a.utli-aaat iiiurttrof Ihe south-east quar
lerof section No 'ti, township No. 9, of Kiinxe
No. IS; iliJlHet of land subiect to snlo at t-'hil-Hoot
'flint the raid Milberry Roach, formerly
Miiberry Itemy owns dower interest there
in; mid further setting forth that the defend
ant, 1'ul rick McNainee pretend to hold
iteed for thirty acre ol sa:d lajds, to wit:
thirty Reran out of the north-went corner of
sud tract of hind, nnd churns nnestnto and in
urt llicTetnndverse to tile eslme nnd inter
est nf the pluintiiN, nnd praying Hint ihe title
and chim of defendant may be determined
to tie null 11111I void as nninstjihe title ol
plaintiffs, and for such other relief as (ho na
ture of the ease nnd equity may require.
I f fendant ia notified to npp'enr nnd answer
said petition by tho third Monday alter
Thursday the Mill day of February lS73,or
Rld petition will he taken n true.
II. C. -JonKd, Attorney tor )l.untif1.
January Si, 187:1, Uw
THE BRIGHT SIDETNDr AldlLY
will be published mil. In 1873, letter Mi
prettier than ever, at onlv Sl.tiu per year, and
n benutiu.1 chromo, the C.iIIh Lillioa, will he
given to every auhscribcr. Agents wanted
everywhere. Liberal commission. Splen
did premiums. Kulwibu now. -et up a
club. BKIUT SJUE CO., Ch-cago.
Notice of Intention to Erect Infirmary
NOTICE is hereby gtven thit the Commit
sinners nt Vinton coimtv. Ohio, intend to
erectn building for n county Itiiirmarv, on the
lands lately purehnsed by satd Commission
er of lsauo l lloin, for intitmaiy purposes,
situate in KUt township, of said county.
The s.iid Commissioners have proeiired lo
no made by an architect, lull, complete and
ntcmaie plan of said Infii'inaiy hinhiinir.which
said plan show all the necessary details ol
the work to be done, and atlords nil needful
information to parties who nre expected to
bnl thereon, nnd who nre hereby invited to
ninlte bidssnd proposals for the furnishing o.'
nil the material and performing af tho work
m I lie construction of sunt Infirmary building.
The said plau nnd specifications are on file in
tho Auditor's oflico in said county, nnd arc
open lo the in-lieetion of all nersnns inter.
ested in the examination of ihe same.
The said Cnmiuissinncrs propose to locate
the s.iid liiHrmnry I uilding immedia.ely north
oi mo tiweuiiiit iiouse on sani tnnrniary liirtn.
The several bids that mavbn made lor the
eniixtructuig of said Infirmary building will
lie opened at the Auditor's oflice. in said
cQttuly of Vinton, ou
Friday, December 31st, 1873,
at Ihe hour of 1 o'clock, P. M.; until which
liino said proposal lor the same u ill In re.
chived at tbs Auditor's office, nnd Ihe conflict
awm-iieii at that time, or at a tunc tnere.ilier
to whioh lite said Commissionerr. rmy puti.
im-iv aoiouiii ine cnnsi'ieniuon 01 ine same.
Tile said Commissioners will nlsn. on the
said . list day of .1 tnitiirv, A. f). 1H7H. before
awai'dini! jny contract, hear petitions for and
lemons iranecs nyninsi mo proposed con
strnction nf said Inllrmarv btrldini nnd the
locution thereof. W. W. BELKORI",
By order of the Commissioners of Vttilon
January Oili, 1373. hi
J. S. McCOMMON,
JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH
Opposito the Emmitt Iluuse,
Slircckcngaut's Old Stand,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Fino Gold Jewlry.
American and Foreign Watches.
U. S. W. "
N Y. "
U. nt' Chain!
Selli Tliomat Clucks,
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B acelj s '
l'ins and Studs
'. Agents for
1IAME & TODD'S GOLD TEAS
A FULL LINE OF GOODS SUITABLE FOR
BKIDAL & BIRTHDAY PRESENTS
. Goods made to ordcrnnd repairing done by
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2 jan 1873 ly
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AT LAST YEARS' PRICES,
Jtfanlefi, Ffannefi, en si, Cawsura,
Underwear, Hosiery Gloves, Nubias
OF ALL KINDS
R. B. SMART.
William Ba ivliman, plaintiff, tgainsl Martin
f snnntiy, tletencian;.
Befi.re Henry Knberlson, J. P. of Malison
township, vinton county, onio.
I N the 12th day of November. A. D. 1872.
WshiU Justice issued no order ol attachment
for the sum of l.t.1 tki.
Madison township. December Sd, 1072.
William Bajgman, plaintiS, sxatnst Charles
Before Henry Robertson, J P. of Msdison
township. Vinton county, Ohio.
-VN the 12th day of Noreinber 1872. said
jn lice issued an order of slUchmeatin
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Probate Court, Vinton County.Ohio.
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medn K. Haskell, minor hirsnf ttsmuel V.
Ilcskett, deceased, has Hie ' his accounts with
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A certain Indliiduil has attempted l.ereanl
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anos, reire-enliut that I recommend him lor
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Ilcvvarc oTTrnvellng Piano
Tuners und Cleaners.
Thi y do more hirm than jrnod. Mr. I. Il'cir-
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the only persons I rccouiend lor that business,
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Notice to the Stockholders of
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Public isiiunre. in Uiillinnlis. Ohio, ol if more
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