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THE VINTON RECORD.
. TraS4r v a ninro
- KdiUraud Proprietor.
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ofriOi-'Tf , W. bornflr of Main and
Logan Sts.,Ooposite Uoun uonse.
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13 .A YEA. It. IN ADVAHOfc.
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- llOMElt JONES.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
A. i' .
ll HUH 8TRRI1T..
:?rMcAKraun, 01110.
,l'l4l--l '
6sricBr-Oo door west of Din Will k Broa.
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'-EDWIN N. BAKNIIILL, ,
ATaSir .AT LAW
-AND
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JIOTAUT PUBLIC,
1 QrHce-MttcArtbur.Oblo,
Will attend pronrptlT to all business entrusted
. OlCLAYPOOLB,
... LilL .4, . .
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
J o'kbsisccTii.'o irroBNETO
,VMWcARTHURt(0,
Will praetlee I t Vinton and adjoining ronn
ties. Bimiee entrusted to niscare rnonipt
ly attemlM to. Office in Court House. -
jaannsixiy
k AMEniCAN HOUSE.
OPPOB1TB B. R. DEPOT.
tlADlUEtf. OHIO.
C, iF. GAUTWB1GDT, Proprietor,
" 'Livery ' StdWei Attached.'
VltU BUT FOR TBAINS.
The Houu hu ut ben refurnished
throughout, llooms clean and cnmfortaMe,
the taltie eiipplled with tha rt the market
fiord., and to paina epsred to accomodate
fuaau. . , ., , roan iou it
HULBEET HOUSE.
Street, Opposite Court House
Mc Arthur, Ohio,
JAKES WORKMAN, Proprietor
I RAVE taken poiwnlon of the above hotl,
renovated and piirtly refurnished It. and
be glixi to serve theuld en-tomera of Ihe
tioui aad emierially my old friend of the
Hocking Valley ho may la visiting this
I I'oint lTilHl.le will lie lurnished villi the
Ttxi.tlhe market aHorda.and fare Lkrn lo
make gue-ts roinfirthla. Good ftfl liltr.n at
Inched to I he house; Charges reaaonable.
Umar 1X73
WILLIAM POLAND,
WHOLESALE GKOCEIt,
Liquor and .Commission Merchants
MO. 20 WATER 8TRKKT,
CIIILLICOTHE. OHIO.
Ale In Barrels. Half Barrels sod Bottles.
DOTlBlv
DavH Smart, Samuel W. Kilrert, Jr.
KabllHhd 18M.1
MTIATCT & KII7VERT,
!' 80CCES80K8TO PtVlD8MART-l
Wholesale Grocers
AiD COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
& Prompt Attention riven to tlic
Transfer or I Hi IKON and
other Property from and to
Uailroad and Cunal.
H'afer S tree t.behc ten Paint and Walnut
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
marlllXMily
JOHN M. GCEHNEH,
'jmkMr
DEALER IN
Italian and Vermont Marble
ALL KINDS Ob" ,
GRAVE-YARD WORK
" Neatly aad promptly eieonted.-
Jiulberry St., bet'n. Second & Watei
Cnillicothe, Ohio.
I snoenntend all my own work In person
1 execute all the finer rieainn, use the bent
material, and can mt be nndei.old. I'ernona
wi.hin any work in my line are invited to
examine work, stock and prices, before mak
lot eoniracis.
l-nermnallv elinel intend the eareftil aeflmir
op or ainnrs anu monument, oougnt at nij
etaiiinment,
v buyins St this shop yon will ssve from II
so v per cent, paia to t on. xtspr73
DENThTRY.
$10 OULY FOB A SET Oi' TEETH.
Teeth Extracted Without Fain
.. . j' . sod with
PERFECT SAFETY
3H :Tt bTthcnaeaf
LAUGHING GAS.
Can always be found al my office.'
Pr.8.T. BOOGIES, Jackson, Ohio.
Sjaol7 f... . - .
ROBERT CLARK & 00,,
rsatuutas WaoLsstii aso'BsTtii
Booksellers,
.f . -
. Stationers.
Hinders,
And
Printers,
BLANK BOOK MAN TACTURERS
Pealcrs is
Law, Midioal, Thkolockrn School,
J fOd JilBORLAMKOCS 1XWKS,
M Wttt Fourth Street, Cincinnati.
aPGaUloKuea furni.hai grataitonsly on
spplieatton aad any book sent by mail, post
8 paid on receipt ol published prioe, .
Ill
VOL. 24 -NO. 17.
MO ARTHUR, OHIO, FKBRUARY 5, 1874.
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WHOLE NO. 1,243
fflty Goods
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WHOLESALE.
Paint and Second Street.
CIIILLICOTHE, O.,
VtrOULD re.pertiullr loTite Iba atteotion
1 1 of buyer, to his stock cf
DRY GOODS,
Oflrred at wholisle prices as low as any
lo any other market.
' Bare on Sale full lines of '
Drown & Bleached Blnsllns,
Callcoes.Cbecks, St. Ipei,
Clngbami, Canton Flan
nelu and Jeans. .
WOOLEIT GOODS OF ALL KI5DS.
White and Gray Blankets
HOSIERY and NOTIONS.
HI lacillties for btimneM are unequalled,
.ablins: him lo oiler inducements to the
trade equal lo any oi her houxe.
luxep
J. ROUZER,
Manufacturer of
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES
AND
EXPRESS WAGONS
Oflateat, most fanhionable and elegknt styles,
Second St., Near Mulberry,
CIIILLICOTHE, 0.
I make it a nnint to uo all mv work of the
bent niAteriRl, and slum! feeond lo none in
qimlily of flninh or durability. I employ nn
inferior workmen, there are no nppieuliee
hoy annul my etnlilihment, and I ran not
tail to pleme nny nernon ho want the bent
turnout made in the i-ouiiiry. I refer with
pride to my customers throughout Houlnern
Uhio as lo the charaeinr of work coming
Irnm my factory, and vuarantea all my cus
tomer, perfect nutml'icCioo.
All kinds of Turnouts finished and
ready for sale, or made to Order.
Call and examine my Stock
npaliluf, Repainting, Eic.
. Will receive prompt attention.
1 bate constantly a stock of
SECOND HAND
Carriages, Buggies and Expresses,
led with me for .ale, repaired andalmoot as
goou as new euine oi mem
VERY CHEAP INDEED.
10,ul U7i
FAuL AND WINTER
CLOTHCiisra-
FRiMi IlELLMART
At his ne phice of business,
CORY'S BLOCS, OPPOSITE UBION
HOUSE.
CIIILLICOTHE, O.
HASTHE
Cliokest. Rtock
o r
Fall and Winter Clothing
IVER brauHhl to this market, embracing
the Infest and most IsxhionHhle Mylex,
cm in accordanee with the )nteit tnehions.
When you want a noMiy Hint tlou't full to call
on Krank. He also CUT and .
Makes Garments 10 Ordej.
and has a full line of
Cents' Underwear
HATS AND CAPS, &C.
All rlothinff marked down to the LOW
EST . lil KJ.S. Give me a oil snd I will
warrafl, mtislactlon
apr FRANK BELLMAN.
Mo ARTHUR
CARRIAGEFAOTORY.
North-east rorner of Mnin and Jackson street
McARTllU R.OHIO
GEO. W. BRUKl'OK, Proprietor
Manufactures ,
Cairtaget, uuuuiet.t Ezpretset, etc
SUO, W.SONS ISO ALL B1M1IS 0V WASOI W01S
done to order on short notice.
Painting and Trimming
nl .11 kind. m nlmrl n f h noa.au.
artistiu style.
abf AlKiriu ol all kinds in my line will be
promptly and neatl. done.
vj Work done attliin esisblisbmcnt is wsr
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ou'edin the moi workiraohke manner, not
ablishmentin thecototrr.
JOHN BIECEL,
FormerVy ot Hasden.
ANNOUNCES to his Mends in Vinton snd
adjoining counties that be has bought the
Sotsl Formerly Kept by Ghas, Smith
Three doors wast cl Madison, o
FRONT BT.
PORTSMOUTH, 0.
Be has refitted it throughout, sad ia prepared
to entertain tha UaveUui public at reasonable
rates, ' -, , iJsaS ..
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I. A. TOLLEY,
IMPORTER
AND DKAI.ER1N
Foreign and American
WATCHES,
JEWELRY
Watch Materials,
Watch Makers'
ToolSjEtc.
Old Watch Cnscit nnd old (Sold aud Silver
bought.
ORDERS SOLICITED.
24aprln7S
S, F- ORASV2ER,
PIAMDEjST.O.
MANOFtCI'URER AND DEALER IN
IlarnpKH, SaddlCN,
UrltllcN, II a II en,
H ltlpN, spurs. Trace
Chains. Hames, and all
Other Anicles of Saddle) y.
My friends and the puolic xenerally areinvil
ed to call and exnnnne my stock and pit-
ees. I miike iinoil hnne.-t work, use tne
liett stock, and sell al the very lowest prices.
REP AIRING
and mnnufnctunng done to order, and all
Work Warranted as Kepresented,
C. J. BILUHGHUEST,
FHOTOGHAFHER,
and denier in all kinds of
PICTURES,
ALBUMS,
IE1 IE-A. IMZIES,
riCTURE-COIaU,
Slid
COPYING
csrefullv done, and tha smallest pictures
enlarged to sny site, and
Finished in Oil.
Water colors,
or .
INDIA IKK, .
o any otherstyle that may be desired, al the
LOWEST RATES.
Large and finely finished Photographs
can be niade from old and faded, or
scratched pictures.
Pictures of all kinds framed to
Order,
and all work warranted to give satisfaction,
lmay 187a
The Best and Cheapest .
a .
WRITING INSTRUMENT
JOHN HOLLAND'S
COLDPENS
Circulars Sent Free.
GOLD PENS REPAIRED,
MANUFACTORY No. 119 WEST 4th hi !
QIMLOlNJiATL
J- 1
as
THE HONEST MAN, WHO
PAYS.
"There is one anion? the tnany,
Can you ti ll me whore ne stays t '
He's mi otld old-taehloued XMty,.
Called the honest man, wki pays:
' Yfs the honi-st man w pars
Yes every dollar he nmy owe,
Keening up tile good old wavs
-. That o many scarcely know.
"If he (rives a word of promise.
'Tis u boii'l as pood ad gold; ,
If lie holds post of honor, t
Hot a trust is ever sold .
By tli holiest man who pays
Every debt lie may incur, "
Ylelcllnjl each a lust award,
Aud no grudgliiif or detuur.
. . . . i
'And I'm told thl httre old party ,
Lives within lila income, wou
By the l'alreu squarest dealing
We see buneatli this sun.
. Aud the honest man who jpayi
. Always holds it good aud right,
For tho rich to help the needy
V hun the times are tough aud
1 tight."
Death of a Young German Girl
Death of a Young German Girl from Excessive Joy at Meeting
Her Betrothed.
Milwaukee Wisconsin.]
About lour'jearsago a young
and'BtalWart GertnaU, named
Fritz bchonman, left- his na
tive land to seek his forttme'
in the new world. Upon reach
ing New York, ha came to
Milwaukee. Being of an in
dustrious disposition and. but
liltle inclined to equandt r bis
earnings, he soon put by a
snug little sum, entirely suf
ficient to warrant him in enter
lug the matrimonial market)
aud accordingly his friends ad
vised him to do bo.
But to all suggestions Fritz
gave an unheeding ear, until
at length it was suggested
that he had left some bloom
ing damsel, away across the
water, into whose watchful
keeping he had entrusted his
heart. When Frilz was accus
ed ol such a deed he blushing
1 acknowledged it, and staled
that he was working nnd sav
ing in order that he might
bring Kalrina here, marry her,
purchase a comfortable home
and settle down to a happy
life.
Thus matters went on,' until
about one" morrh ago, with a
joyful heart and a considerable
amount of money, Frilz pur
chased a passage in a good
steamer from Germany to
America, and sent word for
Katrina to come immediately.
The time that intervened be
tween this day and yesterday
(whpn Katrina was expected
to reach Milwaukee), was
principally occupied by Fritz
in endeavoring to appear nat
ural and easy, but with poor
success. Ilia ar.sious joy was
plainly depicted in every
li.ieument of his good-natured
face.
Yesterdny he, in company
with a large number of lriends,
proceeded to the Uuion Depot
to greet his beloved, tho was
to arrive on the one o'clock
train. Slowly the moments
crept by, until at length the
train came around the corner,
drevv tip at the station, and the
passengers disembarked.
The quick eye of love reveal
ed the yearning iieafts to each
other, and With the words
"Fritz!" "KatrinaP the long
separated lovers clasped each
other, in a close embrace. Af
ter the.Jrst joyous emotion
was over, Fritz triad to disen
gage himself to present his
tutufe bride to the many
friends who bad come around.
But the hands were firmly
clasped about his neck, and
would not come apart no
words came from the lips which
touched his cheek and in a
moment the dread intelligence
flashed through the minds of
the beholders. The girl was
dead, having literally broken
her heart with excessive joy
at being restored to him she so
fondly loved.
No words can describe the
grief of the man, who but a
moment before had stepped as
proudly as a king, conscious of
having the love oi a true wo
man. His anguish overpower
ed and unmanned him, and the
few deep sobs which convulsed
hlb frame soon naised( leaving
.
I
him gai at the, corpse of
rr . . I . ,
jvairina, wan a aun, agoniziDg,
ild stare. ' '
The many passengers at the
depot became aware of what
had happened,' and, whefl all
bad been told, not a dry eye
as to be seen. Even ftien'of
the world, who were accustom
ed to pitiful sights, could not
witness the grief ol poor Fritx
unmoved.
The friends soon recovered
themselves and Conveyed the
body oi the girl and tliestrick
en lover home, where proper
attendance was sunlrrJoned.
How to Read.
Thomas Vent,worth"Higgin
son says in a recent number of
the. Woman's Journal:. .
"1 was once called upon tQ
prescribe intellectually for a
young girl of air abilities, who
showed co want of brains in
i
conversation, but bad a per
fect indifference to books. She
read dutifully and, torpidly
whatever was set before her
novels, travels, .history, all
were the same. Each page
drove out the previous page,
and her memory was blank.
Iler parents asked me to teach
her to read. She joined in the
request, and I consented to the
experiment, on the condition
that she would faithfully read
a single book as I should di
rect. She Consented.
' It was the time of Kossuth's
visit, when everybody was
talking about the Hungarian
revolution. The book I chose
was 'Hungary id lfl48,' by
Brace, of far more interest
then than now. I prescribed
It in daily doses of one chapter
If possible, she Was to read
that, the chapter being short;
but .under bo conceivable cir
cumstances was she to read
more. After eacb chapter she
was to put down in a bbnk
book I gave her, some remarks
suggested, by it. She must
mention something that had
interested her, or seek the ex
planation of some word, or any
thing else she' pleased. Iler
comment might be only to say
thatGorgy was a traitor, or to
inquirer how his name should
be pronounced; but, at least
there should be one sentence
of remark per chapter. From
time to time I was to see what
6hp had written, and answer
her questions, ilany. This was
the prescription, and the took
it courageously.
"I knew in advance what
would be the greatest difficulty.
It was to keep her to one chap-
tef. It seemed to her Such a
mistake, such a waste of op
portunity, when she cnuld so
easily manage five or six chap
ters in a day. LI ad she done
so, all would hate been lost, so
I was inexorable. The conse
quence wag that she never!
failed tn read ber chapter: and
when she got to the end of it,
for want of anything better to
do, she read it over again, or
went to work with her note
book. It was a very nice note
book and she wrote a beauti
ful hand, When I came to
look over the pages,- every few
days, to be sure, there would
be but . a single sentence, and
that visibly written with effort
but almost always there were
questions, doubts, and criti
asms, allot wnicn 1 met as 1
could. 1 found my own mind
taxed by hers, and finally re
read etety chapter carefully,
that I might be ready for her.
And-at the end she told me,
with delight, that tor the first
time in her life she had read a
book.
"Where was the magic of
the process? I suppose mainly
ia the restraint, the' moderate
pace, and the necessity of writ
ing something. 'Heading says
my Lord Bacon, 'maketh a lull
man; writing, an exact man.'
To clearly define' and system-
atize what yoo. tuo writ
The Washington Correspondent.
,
Gen. Comley, of the Ohio
Stale Journal, ia a Washington
letter, males this centre shot
at the . young men who do up
the sensational dispatches and
letters lor the daily press:
I haTe a disrespectful respect
for the young gentlemen who
generate public sentiment for
the American nation, but it is
beyond question that I shall
h ever make a genuine metrop
olitan correspondent. The met
ropolitan correspondent gener
alizes too rapidly, and has too
few genera and species in his
nomenclature, to suit my old
fogy notions. -
In bis classification the) ha
man race iS divided into two
classes bhly thieVeS and de
tectives.
The thieves constitute all the
rest bf the human race, and the
detectives are the virtuous
correspondent.
The genuine metropolitan
correspondent of an independ
ent newspaper believes in
nothing btit himself, and his
only mission is to discover
crime. If any person believes
that there il honesty in a man
or virtue ih woman, let him be
delivered over to a Postmaster
newspaper the independent
press will have none of him.
It is a mark of rural simplicity
to believe thai any public man
will not steal, or that any fe
male worker will not make
commerce ol her virtue. The
dashing young correspondent,
who has learned all about wo
man through a comprehensive
study ol the bagnios, knows
that there is tid tuch -thing as
female virtue. lie believes
that the Virgin Wary would
sacrifice the dearest treasure
of womanhood for a clerkship
lathe Treasury. The wife ot
a public man, whose ' utmost
stretch ot imagination, you
might suppose) could not con
ceive the charactei of the base
ness she is suspected of, tip
pears iti all her ' nakedness and
vileness before the disciplined
mind's eye of the worldly wise
young man, who has studied
the primeval character of the
sex in assignation houses, with
the able text books ot Paul de
Kock and Boccaccio. In the
expressive language of the" pe
riod, "You can't fool him."
You may privately make a
weak mental reservation in fa
vor of wife, mother or sister,
but if you are wise you will
not mention those sacred
names iu his heating.
The Farkersburg Examiner,
ot the 10tbinst.,say8: "Farkers
burg rejoices in the possession
of an anomalous individual of
the criminal order. thief with
conscience. Our readers
all remember the burglary and
robbery of the residehe'e of
Mr. Michael Kelly, a week ago
last Sunday forenoon, when
some three thousand dollars
were taken. Well, the thief
has returned the1 money every
dollar ot ill On Wednesday
evening, Mr. Kelly' heard a
knock at Bis door, and. gave
the answer to "come in." But
fiobody came in. tie then
went to the door with a tight,
and looked up and down the
street; but nothing but dark,
neis met his gaze. Looking
down he observed a tin box on
the door step, which he carried
into the house;, snd upon open
ing it, lo and behold, there was
his treasure gold, tilver and
greenbacks! the result ol
many a hard day's Work. Now
that .Mr. Kelly has come bo
singularly into possession of
his own, it is to be hoped that
be will no longer keep the
tempting stuff in bis boose, bat
Invest it bnyond the reach of
theives, and where it will re
turn him a good interest."
AbvsifisiNO reminds ( people of
things they had been-' waiting all
A nrPHTISIVfi arvriMa' ' 1
One sqUar .am. Ml 1)6
Van. M.l.lt.lnn.i ...Uk W
Cards pelye lO O
Local noticv pel-line, , in
Yearly advrtUemenU $100 00
column, and at proportionate rate pel
less t pace. Payable lb advance
QT The Record being the officii!
paper of the tovni, and having th t
largestelrctiUtlon Of any paper In t e
sountyt offers superloi InJucemcntaV
10 advertisers.
"J5!a-a5!HShaBaM
A Father's Advice to a Bride.
Said a young husband, whose! '
business speculations wem nrw '
saceeitlul: My wife's sHveV'
tea set, the bridal gift of a rich '
uncle, doomed me to financial '
ruin. It involved a hundred''
unexpected expenses' whichj '
ia trying to meet, have made? 1
ma the bank f apt that I am.
II is is the experience of many '
others, who, less wise, do hot '
know what is the goblin of the '
a . a A '
nouse, wording its destruction
A sagacious lather of '' gfeat
wealth, ekceediUtlr mortified '
his daughter by ordering it to '
be printed on her wedding'
cards, No .: presents, exoept '
such as aje adapted to an ltl-.it
'come of 11,000.'" Said lie, You? I
must not .expect to begin life) i
in the style I ar able, by many
years of labor, to Indole, and '
I kdow of nothing which wilt '
tempt you td try, more than
the well intentioned but per' '
nlcious gifts of rich friendi."i-. :
Such advice Is timely, if other"
parents would follow the same
plan, many ybung men would r
be, Spared years ofJncesBant ;
toil and anxiety; they would not) "
find themselves on the down
ward road because their wived :
had worn all their salary or ex- :
pendsd it on the appointments! :
ofthehoiise.The fate oi the poor
man who found a linchpin and ,
felt obliged to make a carriage ;
to fit, is the late of the husband .
who finds his bride in posses -sion
of gold aud silver valua-1
bles and no large income to
support the owner's gold ana .
Exchange.
Popular Notion Contradicted
Much is said about the de
generacy of oar age. It is)'
thought that we have lost the)
vigor and the strength ot ouf.
lather,!, and are growing weak'
and sickly. Bat statistics Care" t
fully gathered, tell it very dif'
ferent story. The avefagg sine)"
of Englishmen is larger" th a oP
three centuries ago, for the ar-'
mor worn by the knlgts oi thai
lime ban not be put on to day
save by small men. The aver-
age duration of life is also lon '
ger. Accurate registers have)
been kept in Geneva since
1560. The average of lire then
was only twenty-two years and
six months; it is now over forty-three
years or nearly double;
In France four hundred year j
ago, the annual mortality int -
Faris was oneju sixteen; now'
it is one in thirty -two," which
shows kbdut the same ratio asf
ia Geneva. Ia England, two
centuries ago, the kntiual mor
tality was" ooe in twenty-two
now it is one in forty-two. It-'
is pleasant to know that the-'
world is improving, and that
the vigor and health of oar
race are gaining steadily in
stead of dedlining.
Wi meet with this witty and .
unanswerable1 retort ia
Sketch of a short trip through
a portion" of Ireland. The),
writer is conversing with his ,
car driver: "Are yod a Oatho-
lick JimaiyP "Yis, yer hon
or." "And pray to the Virgin!
Maryf ! do, yer honor -
'Well, she wa9 a go6d womari
The Bible says sot . Bat she)
may have been Do better thtfa
your mother or mine.,,,fcThati
throes yer honor; bat -then..
you'll allow there's . a mighty
sight of difference In IheiiC
children!
A flootn notion of the grang
ers of Iowa is that which bind1
the members to settle their '
disputes by arbitration : It id '
said to redo.ee tLe lawyers ad-1
most to starvation in some f
quarters. .
EH2B805 says that "we ride)
fonr times as fast . as tur
fathers did; grind, weave, forge,'
plant, till and excavate better,:
and have better shoes, jr'.ovesy
glasses, gimlets aairnewsfarr
nt

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