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THE VINTON RECORD.
ri0ON T. RAPEK,
Editor and Proprietor.
QinOE TST, W. Corner of Main and
Logan 8ti.,0oposite Ootut Eonse.
; f 8 A YEAIt, IN ADVANCE.
1IOMEU C. JONES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
f MAIN BTREkT.
, . JIcARTHUR, OHIO.
OrnoBi On door wait of Dan Will A Broa.
jtOf.
It IMTlOjl
; EDWIN N. BAUNHILL,
'attorney at law
-AND
' NOTARY PUBLIC,
f; ' ' Office McArthur. Ohio,
k Vill attend promptly toall business entrnMoa
" to his car. noll
' ' If!
U.-B. CLAYPOOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
'. ! (Tiohtr.tTiv.6 attobney.)
' McARTHUR, O.
Will practice, n Vinton and adjoining -oqn
ties. Buiii."Sniriited to hmcsre pioniui
It attended to. Office In Court Houae.
Jnn2018T2lr
AMERICAN HOUSE,
',' ' ' ,! ' pOSITE R. P. DEPOT.
ll A M'OEN, '. OHIO.
C, F. CARTWRIGIiri Proprietor.
Livery Stable Attached.
Veals bkady for all trains.
" Tho House hM lust been refnrniidied
' thntaghoul. Hoom clean and comfortable,
thcuitlo supplied with th lt the market
. (lords, nd no pains spared to ai-comodale
gusats. InaM 18119 ly
HULBEKT HOUSE,
Main Street, Opposite Court House
McArthur, Ohio,
JAMES WORKMAN, Proprietor
1HAVE taken pose"ion of the nhove hotol,
renovated and purl I y pd'nrni-hod It, and
will be iliid to nerve tho i.lc eiiMomera ol ihe
honie, and especially my old fiiendxof the
Mocking Valley who may be viiiing- lliih
point The tnlile will lie tiirnishtd wilh the
btthe market atlorda, and eare takeu to
make kuh'U ooiiilni l ilile Good rtnllit,g at
lai'hed to lh house; Charge, reaauniible.
Umar IMS
WILLIAM POLAND,
WHOLESALE OltOCEK,
liiuor and Commission Merchants
NO. 20 WATER STRKET,
CIHLLICOTUE. - - OHIO.
Ala In tlitrreli, Uuir Barrels and Bottles.
Do t 'U It
DavUSmart. 8nmifel W. Kilvert, Jr.
fEstablii'hf d ls.Vi l
MIAKT & KILVERT,
SUCCESSORS TO FM VIP SMAKT'l
Wholesale Grocers
aHD COMMISSION MEECHAHTS.
Prompt Attention given to the
Triuisler or no JUO mm
otln'i Property from and to
ICailroiui iuu uauai.
Water Street.betweeu Talntand Walnut
CHILLICOTME, OHIO.
mar II IHi.O lv
JOHN M. GCEHNER,
DEALER IN
Italian and Vermont Marble
AM)
SCOTCH GRAMEHOXITIEJB
ALL KINDS Of
GRAVE-YARD WORK
Neatly and promptly needled.
Mulberry St., bet'n Second & Watei
Cuillicotlie. Ohio.
1 superintend all my own work In person.
I execute all Hie finer design. 'i" Ihe lie.t
ta'terial, and can lot lie nnileifolil. IVNona
Wishing any work In my line are invited to
limine work, stnok and price", before mak
nironlraoi.
I personally mpei intend (he eareflil setting
p of alone s and monument bought at m)
tal4ihtnent.
tvv titiving at tin shop yon will save from IS.
to to per cent, paid to nii.nW. 24:iu73
iDKlffT I -TRY.
$10 ONLY TOE A SET OxJEETH.
Teeth Extraoted Without Pain
and with
PERFECT SAFETY
by the use of
IAUGHING GAS.
Can always be found at my office.
Dr. B. T. BCWliESd, Jackson, Ohio.
Ijanl7t
EOBERT CLARK & 00,,
Pusiuaus Wkouuh asd Itmn
Booksellers, ' Stationers. Printers,
liiuiiers,
And
BLANK BOOK MAN 'FACTURERS
Dealers in
Law, Medical, THBotoopsat., Sctfoot,
- and yueoKLAMicoos Books,
65 Wat Fourth Street, Cincinnati
M-OUlonues furnt.hel graloilouMy on
application and any booto sent by mail, post
reoeiplolpoblished fiiefc,
i . BAY rmw
VOL. 24-NO. 48.
mc Arthur, onio, February 12, 1874.
WnOLE NO. 1,244
SPry Goods
-AT-
WHOLESALE.
Paint and Second Street,
CIIILLICOT1IE, 0.,
TTJOITLD reper(m'lv invite Ihe flltfntion
II ol buyera to his Block of
DRY GOODS,
Oflered at wholesale prices as low as any
in any oilier market.
Have on Bale lull lines of
Brown & Blenched Musllna,
Calicoes, Checks, SI, Ipes,
Glnglinms, Canton Flan
nels nno Jeans.
WOOLEN G0OD30P ALL ZIIDS.
White and Gray Blankets
HOSIERY and" NOTIONS,
H l faeilltia for IniKinena are uneqimlled,
e,.ablinff him to cller indiieemcnls to the
trade equal In any other house. 18ep
J. ROUZER,
Manufacturer of
BUGGIES, 0AREIAGE3
AND
EXPRESS WAGONS
Oflnlesl, most fasliiouuMo and eleg:.nt styles,
Second St., Near Mulberry,
CniLLICOTIIE, 0.
I make it a point to no all. my work of the
bet iiiiiteriitl, nrid HlHiid ferond 10 none in
iiinlny nl Oninh or diirnbiliu . I employ no
inferior workmen, Ihere me no nppieulire
liovn about in) e'tiiblinbinent, mid I run mt
lull to pleaie nny perxon bo wuntn the IihkI
turnout mode in the eniniiiy. Ire!,"' with
pride to mv euotuim ra throughout hoiil,,em
t Hi io as to Ihe nh.iiiti'ier of wmk cumnifi
Irom my fin'tory, and uuurHiilee all my cuh
loniers perleul miIihIicIuiii.
All kinds of Turnouts finished and
ready for sale, or made to Order.
Call and examine my Stock
Re puiilng;, Kopaliidn?, He,
Will receive pinmpt nttentiou.
1 have conKl.nntly n ft ml; of
SECOND
Carriages, Bugjies and Expresses,
It ft with ma for mile, r paired and nhnoiit B
griod an iif w, onie of ihem
VERY CHEAP INDEED.
ldjUl 7i
FAi.L AND WINTER
CLOTsziisra
FRIAK IICLLIIAX,
At hiK no place of bu!lnenn,
COEY'S SLOCK. OFPOilTE UiNION
HOUSE.
CIIILLICOTIIE, 0.
HAS THE
Choicest Rtock
O I'
Fall and Winter Clothing
EVER br.iight In (his market, embrneinx
nil the Intext and niol liihiiuiihle ntyles,
en' in aecoplniite with the )ntet ln-hion.
When you want a nnl.l.y uit don't fall to call
on Frank. He nl.-o CUT and
Makes Oarmests to Okdei
and has n full line of
Gents' Underwear
HATS AND CAPS, & V.
i
AM elothlnjr marked down to the LOW
EST riUl'UEN. Give me a 0 II and I will
warrant satiluctiou
It.ai.r FRANK HELLMAN.
Mo ARTHUR
0ARRIAGEFA0T0RY.
North-east corner of Mninand Jackson a(retr
McAKTUDU.OHlO
GEO. "VV, BIIUNTON, Troprietoi
Manufactures
Carrtaget, jouuuies. ixresset, eU
ilso, waaoits it all sinus or wasoi won
done to order on short notice.
Painting and Trimming
ol aJl kinds executed in the neatest and most
aril"!'") style.
' Kfcl'AlKlNU ol all kinds in my line will be
promptly and neatl. done.
Work doue atthm esiablishmcnt is war.
auud to besutaitantiHl, put up eolid and exe
ou'ed in the moil workiratilike manner, not
o oe excelled in any respect b' any other es
tablihmentiD theuoLDlrv. , - -
JOHN BIECEL,
Formerly ot Hamden.i
ANN0UNCh8 to his friends in Vinton and
adjoining counties that he has bought the
Hotal Formerly Kept by Chas. Smith
Three doors west cf Madison, on
FRONT ST.
POHTSMOUTH, 0.
He has refitted it throughout, and la prepared
to entertain the liaveling public t reasonable
rae - - - .
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IMPORTER
AND PKAI.ERIN
Foreiffii and American
WATCHES,
JEWELRY
Watch Materials,
Watch Makers'
Tools, Etc.
Old Watch ('risen mid nliKioltl and Silver
bout: lit.
ORDERS SOLICITED..:
2Hrls":i
8. F- GRApER,
hamdl:n.o.
M ANIIF C rt'llER AND DEALER IN
. '. . ; i
EEariierN, .iiliUs,
lirlilleN, 11 u 1 1 e r ,
WltlpN, Spurs), Trace
Chains, Karnes, and all' ,
Other Articles of Saddle' y. ;
My Inenda nml 1'ie puoho irenenilly are invit
ed' to II n Hit exniiiitie my stock and pit
ex. I nmkp L'ooii lniuel work, una Ihe
I eM sloek.nnd mil al Ihe very lowest prices.
KKP AIRING
and manufacturing done to order, and all
Work Warranto'' as Represented.
C. J. BULIITGHUEST,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
and dealer in all kinds of
PICTURES,
ALBUMS,
riCTUKK-COISD,
sod
PICTUBE-NAIl!s,
COPYING
rnrefiilh dine, and the. amnlloAt pictures
eninrgi d to any w, ami
Finished in Oil,
WATER COLORS,
or
INDIA IKKj
o any other style that may be desired, at the
LOWEST RATES.
Large and finely flnlahed riiotosrrnplis
en ii be ninute from old auJ faded, or
kcratekeil piclarcs.
Pictures of all kinds framed to
Order,
and all work warranted to Rive satisfaction.
Imay IMS . .
The Best and Cheapest
WRITING INSTRUMENT
' fWOSEOF' '
JOHN HOLLAND'S
COLDPEKS
Circulars Sent Free.
a r
GOLD PENS REPAIRED,
MANUFACTORY No. 119 WEST 4tbt.
C-1NCI2STNLATI.
K lava
DER DRUMMER.
Who ntita oud at der rest hotel.
Unci dnkps liis ovsiiom on der sdiell
Ulid wit der traulclnsciits a scwM'll f
Der Drunimer.
Wlio va id jtomes intp mine sthore,
Prows down lii puiidles on der floor,
Uud ui'lur pctliops to shut der doref
Der Drummer.
Who dukea me bv der handt und snv :
''Hatie I'lc'lffer. Iiow yon Vim to-dav V
uud goes tor pei snu rlulidt ayay r
vur uriimnier.
Wlio apreads Ms znmplet in a trice, .
DticI dull me, look und aee how nice 1
Und says I gets "der bottom price ?"
. uer uriimnier.
j , .. i ,
U'lm anva rlor illniril vns patrntrn viiip
"Vrom Shttrinotiy, upon tk-r Kiilne.'1
Uu 3 snouts mo ueti umien out, oiuiuei
uor Drummer. - ,
(.'.. ''v
rhrsitrlit!
Wtin i1illa hnta slioan lir tronU vaa
AloovJi lets as vat 1 goulil iuibort,
nil r 'ftn doiii i'ii as lin vaa 'shertt" '
i ' Utr Drummer.
Who viirraiiW All def (roots to suit
Dor guxtomrr upou iiU route,
Und ven dey jiomcs dt-y vas no goot?
! Der Drummer.
Who trrr,in nrnniilr. ron T huan nmlr
Drinks up mine, bier uud eats miuo
kraut.1" " "
Und kiss Ktitr'nn In der jnoutf
vut Drummer.
t ' j ... i
Who ven hp enmea nan In ilia vav.
Vlll hear vat Plelffrr has to say,
tnu mit a muck eye goes avay r
inr Drummer.
MISS POTTS IDEAL.
,J ' Edmund, ' cease to torture
me wilh ucelesa' reproaches,'
ried Miss Glonana Potts, ris
ing with a tragic air from the
lounge in the sunny window
where ehe had teen seated for
the last half hour, striving to
make a discarded suitor lor her
sudden sentence of exile.
Edmund Hawthorne, or plain
"1 d Thome" (as he bebt loved
to be called by his friends)
though very much in love, was
no spaniel to be held in a silk
en leash by a capricious mis
tress, und unlike her was ac
customed to say very plain
tilings in very plain language
But then as iloriuna was wont
to say with lofty conlempf'Ted
lias not been to Europe or had
my advantages."' N II These
were the decorations of her
mother tongue with a mixture
ul fcrein jatgon and a foolish
preleieuce lor anything foreign
or that had the "icrein air,"
instead of the production 'of Ikt
native land.
Tacitly refusing to accept
this tale Ted kept bis seat, and
looking lull in her lace with
his honest brown eyes said.
"Tho kerublof the nulls this,
Glory; you want to throw me
over lor tome other fellowi 1
suppose you have found out an
other 'ideal' as usual. What's
hia name?''
'I his was too direct a probe
to a newly awakened heart
Miss l'oits considered. Hesi
tating she Blood a moment, wa
veriug between s burst of tears
or rotreat from ihe field.. She
decided on the lust and swept
irom the room: forgettiug the
heroine in the woman at last
lor she slammed the door!
A lite of ease, an inordinate
appetite lor novel reading. and
4 tour to Europe had brought
Uloriana Potib to queen it in
her Ja'.ber's sloue lront mansion
iu New York, with no one to
guide the giddy girl's headbut
the honest young doctor to
whom bhe had engaeed herself
belore going abroad and whom
ehe snubbed since he' return
for not being a loreigner of
note, a German duke or Polish
prince, and having a belter
handle to his name. Gloriana
had quite 'decided to give Ted
up as soon as she foond her
ideal; but he wouldn't be triven
up., lhat was the trouble
though last week she thought
ohe had certainly al last found
him. tie wan handsome and
melancholy as Byron's Corsair
and foreign- from the exquisite
fit of his coat to the charming
little French accent that ren
dered his musical voice doubly
pleasant to her ears.
."Only last week," sighs the
susceptible Misi Potts in the
seclusion ol her dressing room,
gazmg in a bealie abstraction
at a chimney pot opposite;
clasping her hands and falling
into an attitude like the play
she lmd.8een ot Juliet looking
out lorIvomeo. 'Only last
week and what -a revolution has
convulsed existence." '
Meantime Ted sulks below
n the conservatory, smoking
and rorainating,vnot for Ihe
first time, how he shall dispose
of this new"ideal" "Glory bits
gone crazy over." "Who is it
this time" he reflects. "Last
month it was the Polish poet
who took loo much champagne
at her New; Years feceptiou
that she found he was better
able to drain the rosy bowl
than write about it. But she
has hardly bad time to find an
other hero to take his place.
Ah, 1 have it. It's that long
legged fellow with the dyed
whiskers whom we met at Del-
monico's."
He was right in his supposi
tion. The ' ideal" had been sit
ting sad and solitary at an ad
joining fable when Mits Potts
and her party seated them
selves and gave their orders.
Miss 'Pott8!'had been much
struck by the interesting pallor
of his complexion, the clnsic
regularity of bis features, and
above all his wonderful black
eyes, rolling restlessly in all
directions before the accident
happened that brought him di
rectly under her notice. Glo
riana wore that day a delicate
silk of pale fawn colort on
which she set much store be
cause it was a toilette made by
the famous ..Worth when Bhe
was '-doing" Pans and by an
unlucky twitch of her lace
shawl she managed to upset
her dish of ice cream. In an
other instant an avalanche of
cream would have ruined her
dress but for the adroitness of
the stranger who caught Ihe
sauoer at the critical moment.
The net of courtesy was not
so tnuch, but the air, 'lie smile
the magnificent' bow that ac
companied made it overpower
ing. No one bat tliB born'Par
isian could have performed the
service with such great thought
Glory. And it was a French
tailor cut that coat in which
the graceful creature moved.
l0, what a lace all soul!"
Gloriana murmured, looking
shyly over ihe shoulder of the
irate Ted, as ill pleased to see
the impression so quickly made
upon his betrothed, he hurried
awayi
'Si'ul indeed I'' responded
Ted, wilh grim derision. "The
fellow looks half starved; as if
he needed a good dinner that's
all."
Miss Polls shuddered at the
gross materialism of this re
mark. Probably her. delicate
susceptibilities might have
been more shocked still, bad
she known, that her "ideal" had
that morning partaken of a
simple repast of bread and gar
lic, lor want of the means
wnereoy io procure ft more
sumptuous breakfast. Wei),
Count Henri D'Artois thought
it was .better policy to bean
elegant beggar in a fine coat,
than one in rags, as long as be
could, and it was proved to be
so, certainly, in this case, for he
awakened the tenderest sym
pathies in the heart of the ro
mantic heiress, when he in
formed her subsequently that
he Was an "exile deprived of
home, love, and country, for
the sake of the liberties of la
Mlb Jfrance.n Was It by acci
dent, or design that Miss Potts
dropped her handkerchief by
the little marble table her par
ty deserted to adjourn to Cen
tral Park? Gloriana indig.
nantly denied the idea when
suspicious Ted brought it up;
bnt 'twas certainly strange that
at an opportune moment when
she was separated Irom all her
party, pensively musing in th
Dripping Cave, the elegaut
stranger should appear sudden
ly before her; presenting the
little fragment of Jaoa and otm-
brie, with a compliment as
charming as his smile.
"I gif what I long for to rob,"
he said in his pretly broken
English, ''for it speak still, it
breath of the beauty that own
it."
"He most be a poet," thinks
Ulory in a flutter at so elegant
a tribute both fo ;her charms
and Ihe excellence of her per
fumerv. '
Smiling her sweetest she
hints as much, accepting the
handkerchiel with her left hand
purposely from ' a coquettish
impulse to display her magnifi
cent diamond ring, a jewel of
great value that she beguiled
from her Papa's liberality this
New Year.
The stranger made no reply
for a moinert, his eyes such
melancholy eyes! she thinks,
are fastened like one facinated
on the ring, or Ihe white hand,
which is il? He covered up
his eyes at last, and groaned in
a way that frightened the lady.
She begged to know what
troubled him. He replied
brokenly only.
"Dat ring, dat ring,, oh, ma
mere ma merel'' and vanishsd
before the rest of the party,
who now approached, discover
ed him. These delightful and
mysterious circumstances had
only happehed the day before
MissPolts decided to quarrel
lor the last lime and forever
with Ted or Edmund, as she
always insisted on calling him
and when presently he sent a
message to say he was about
to go and wantec! to make it up
with her first, she felt chagrin
ed. "Ted wouldn't see she had
found a higher ideal." Down
she went unwillingly, but be
fore Ted could say a word, a
servant brought, her a note
which she said a gentleman
had left himself. With great
curiosity, Miss Potts' read Ihe
following! "Angel of beauty
and goodness, the unfortunate
Count Henri' D'Artois begs the
inestimable fa or of a few
words in Ihe park tomorrow
morning at nine o'clock. An
exile, whosp hie hangs upon
a question he must ask, which
he had not the courage to do
when he returned the handker
chief, yesterday, implores your
consent to this. I shall be
there wailing, waiting merci
lul lady till you come."
O t hie was eertainly a more
delightful complication than
ever! Here Gloriana had been
hoping vainly for another meet
ing with her "ideal' and some
explanation of his strange ag
itation yesterday, and to-mor
row would reveal all! In her
excitement she dropped the
note on the floor without know
ing it and ran up to her room,
without paying any more at
tention td Ted.
Now remember, fed Haw
I borne was no ideal, only a
common loving, jealous young
man; so in his anger and curi
osity to see what other fellow
dared to write to Gloriana he
picked up and deliberately
mastered Ihe contents. Either
the cfiirngraphy or the rdean
ing of that little lillet doux
contained some great shock tor
with an angry laugh mingled
with something that Sounded
like an oath, lie. went out of the
house, carrying the note with
him, and hurried to the resi
dence ot Reuben Slippy the
renowned. But we must not
anticipate events.
Albeit, nnused to leave her
pillow till noon, ai a rule, the
fashionable belle, Gloriana
Potts found herself at the ap
pointed tryst rWt morning.
The elegant Count's hand holds
hrs most tendeflv, as he re
gards the glittering gemtnpon
it, and ssys it holds the secret
of his life. Much more he has
told her of his political trou
bles, and dangers, and "that
even now the foe track him
ADVKltTISlXQ TERMS.
One square, $ )
Ear JiRiMitloro. nmrf'nn rii
Curds, per ye : . '." IO i O
iocai noriro ,er line, ji
Vearlr ailv.rtlRPinonta ttmn tui
column, and at proportionate rate pi f
legp.ice. Payable In advance:
tlTTho Record being the official
paper of the town, and having tttf
largest circulation tifsny paper in ttv
county, offers superlorinJucemeriti
to advertiser.
hard' At last, with his eyes'
glancing nervously in the trees'
behind them as tho' he feeis
there are unseen listeners, he"
offers a paper. . ;
"This will tell yon all bless;
ed angel of sweetness and
sympathy!" he crind, and with a
most lerve'nt sqiiee'ze of the
fair hand, almost painful in its
grateful tenacity; he vanished
with a rapidity she is. unpre
pared for. At that Instant a
confused found of voices' id
half-laughing, half angry dls:
cussion, startle Miss Potlsj the'
more so as one of the-speakers
rushes forward proving to bet
Ted. The other darts in pur.
suit of the vanishing Count:
"Good Heavens! what has1
happened?" demanded Gloria
ana, standing petrified at Ted's'
appearance. . ti
"Mat tei 1" he repealed breath
lessly, "there goes the clevet
est rogue in New" York, and
the smartest detective after
him. O Glory, are sure yoti
havn't lost any thing!" , -
About to indignantly de
mand explanation, Miss. Potts
eyes fell upon , her left handi
The diamond ring was gone! If
the paper left in its place was
to expiain the reason why it
had been borrowed, its .signifi
cance was veiled as the Sphinx;
The promised explanation sim
ply proved the elegant Count
wore a great deal of fine linen
and paid for none of it.. Ii
was an unpaid laundry bill.
.
The moral of this may ppeaic
lor its3lf. Fair maids of Ameri
ca, make happy the he&rts of
the youths at home, and do not
seek titled adventurers from
abroad. Ted teases his Glory
only now and then about "for
eign grace and style," and Mrs;
ii . i . i
uawmorne mates a more sen
sible woman than Miss Potts
A Locomotive Wonder.
A singular 'specimen of a lo:
comotive has just been lurhed
out of a machine shon at Glou-
cester, N. J., which bida fair td
create quite a sensation among
railroad men. It is four tons
in Weight, and designed to run
on ono rail. It rests upon two'
wheels, one following the other;
The rail or track upou which it
is to run, a sample of which is
laid in the yard of the builders
is styled a '"prismoid, or one- '
trafk railway, and is composed
of several thicknesses ot plant
built upon the style of an in
verted keel of a vessel with a
(lit rail on tho apex. Upon a
test trial a speed of about
twelve miles an hour was at
tained, and Ihe inventor and"
patentee claims that the Fpeed
can be almost doubled on a;
lengthened track. The capacity
for running curves is very much
greater than' ihe two-rail sys
tem. The revolving flanges at
tached to Ihe engine and which
run oh Ihe outside of each1
wheel, absolutely lock the roll
ing stock to (he prism, and Ob
viate the necessity of so much
heavy rolling stock in a light
traffic at a high rate of speed.
It is also claimed that a prjs
moidal railway, built with; a
base of 14 inches tingles 4$ de
grees can be built at a cost of
$3,0(50 per mile.
AtL things are systematized!
nowadays. Even every milkj
train has its cow catcher.
The firpt posUl card received
at Dubuque was from a lady;
and iriarked "private." '-
"Uavb you had your morn
ing's morning this morning?
is the latest way of putting it.
It is sad to see at newspaper
die without isue. . i
One of our dentists takes1
a daily pull on the river. "
The tnonoment to Gfeelef'
ourht to' b it imposing stone

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