THE VINTON RECORD,
, ..MoAllTIIUK, OHIO,
THURSDAY, JUNE 4. 1874,
Logan Aroused and Coming
Forward to the Work.
President taogley returned
yettrrday from Logan and re
porli railroad matter getting
into good shape. The intemt
which has lately been mani
, felted is taking substantial
form, and parties are canvass
ing lor sobsclption. Houston
& Brooks start the papers with
subscription ot $10,000. Mr.
Driesbach subscribes $1,000,
All the business men have
promised liberal subscriptions,
but the papers had just com
menced to circulate when Mi.
Langley left, and consequently
we are without further report.
Mr. L. reports the people oi
Logan as alive and anxious for
the road. They complain of
bard times caused by the strike
of the miners, the flood and
the panio, but nevertheless ex
press their ability and deter
mlnation to secure the required
amount of subscription to com
plete the road through Hock
ing county, without further de
Now. that we are thus as
sored of an outside connec
tion, Vinton county should
push their portion of the road
to rapid completion. For this
purpose additional subscription
is necessary; we have done
nothing yet as compared with
oar ability or the benefits
which will accrue to us by the
completion ol the road. Times
were never more proptious for
a forward movement.
A resolution was offered at
the meeting of the Ohio Edi
torial Association at Columbus
last week objecting to the free
delivery of the mails by car
riers in tbe city. A resolution
objecting to the three and a
half million dollar post offices
at Cincinnati, and elsewhere,
would be more to the purpose
That would make Cne metropol
itan ducks quack.
Ws have read Ben. Butler's
speech on the franking priv
ilege,' abont which the rity
preBS were so much exorcised,
and in the main endorse it.
He don't think the Govern
ment will get rich by collect
ing toll off of its own business,
and hence is in favor of the
restoration of the franking
privilege, with laws for tbe
punishment of its abuse.
The summer term of the
Athens county court com
mences June 11th.
As - Encampment of Odd
Fellows will be instituted at
The Ironton Register . has
a new steam engine to ran its
They are having beer riots
over in Austria, because the
sellers ask an advance in price.
Gallia county has 2,144
dogmas tbe returned statistics
Wk. Almh, now Governor
of Ohio, is included In the list
ot Democratic candidates lor
the next Presidency.
Sec. Richardson, has resign
ed, and General Bristow has
been appointed to fill the va
The ladies of Portsmouth
are about to publish a cook
book for the benefit of tbe sol
Tflx Lawreoce Mill made a
shipment of one hundred tons
lajlroad iron, to Chicago, last
week.-' . ,
Tfli. ! notorious Dunn, of
Hillsborfl, is-on' the track for
Congressional honors from the
Rois district ' " ;'.":
Griat preparations are be
jn$ already made for. the next
Industrial Exposition,,!!. Cin
cinnati. Tbey propose "to
make ifc'a greater bucceus than
ttvz before. - I ;. ".
The Editorial Convention.
As previously announced,
the Southern Ohio Editorial
Association will be held in
this city on Wednesday am)
Thursday, the 10th (.nd 11th ol
June. Our citizens have, re
sponded very liberally to the
request for contributions, and
it is the design of the fratern
ity here to make this meeting
an occaeipn otespecial enjoy
ment. Great pains have been
taken to secure a large attend
ance. The presence of leading edi
tors from Cincinnati, Colum
bus, Dayton, etc., have been
secured, and a distinguished
member ol the profession has
been invited to deliver an ad
dress before the association.
Gov. Allen, L. Q. Delano, Esq.,
and Gen. Worthington have
already sent cordial invita
lions through the Committee
of Arrangements to the Socie
ty, and every effort will be
made to make this re-union
the most pleasant of "any we
have had for years.
'The Jackson Standard says
we "howl." Well, we do not
lie about our neighbors and
call them by false name.
Ross County Register, May 30.
The Editorial Convention
will meet, in this city next
month It is not stated wheth
er that editor spoken of a year
ago by Hou. John T. Wilsor ,
will be present on that occa
slon. The other editors would
doubtless like to know, as 'hey
do not care to associate with a
reputed blackmailer, and his
presence might keep a great
many away. The said editor,
with all his self-conceit and
cheek, could not face his asso
ciate editors at the last meet
ing, and it is to be hoped that
he will have decency enough
to follow suit this year. If not,
it will be in order to move his
expulsion, and clear the Asso
elation of the disgrace of hav
ing an openly charged black
mailer on their rolls.
Let the old, narrow minded
and corrupt bigot stay at home.
Nobody wants him. But if he
comes, we insist that he shall
wear a placard on his back
saying that "this is the man
who offered (o sell himself for
$500, and got mad because he
The Grand Jury of- Meigs
county found thirty three in
dictmenls. Twenty-eight ol
them were for selling liquor.
The University Address, at
the approaching Commence
ment of the Ohio. University,
will be delivered by the Hon
Will Cumback, of Indiana.
A bill has passed the lower
House of Congress appropritt
ing four condemned cannon
and sixteen cannon balls to
the Meigs County Monumental
Bobbs complains that hi
wife is an inflationist. She
blows him up every day, and
makes him circulate until he
actually feels that be is beyond
A dispatch from the pcene of
Mill River disaster says: ''The
last two. bodies have been
found, and the. total Joss of life
is now known to be 147. The
fissure in tbe ruined barrier
shows that the flood must have
started with a volume 175 feet
wide and 35 feet deep."
. The nineteenth annual meet
ing of the National Sangerfest
will be held at Cleveland the
week commencing June 22.-
Mile. Lucoa,' Adolph Sost and
Fred Letsch ' are among the
celebreties who will be pres
ent. Tbe orchestra. 150 pieces.
and ; chorus, 1,500 voices, will
be under the direction of Carl.
Bergman. Half; fare arrange
ments -have , been made' with
the railroads.,,; ;i r
The hymn -for - the Centen
nial-Old Hundred. ! ; ' l
AlJl liigis bui not So high as
not to te able to hit an) thing.
A CASE under the Adair liq
uor ' law was tried In Meigs
county Court of Common Pleas
last Monday. Mrs. 'Malinda
Ury of Middleport . sued Mar
tin Mack, who kept a saloon in
that place, lor repeatedly sell
ing her husband, William Ury,
whisky by which he became
drunken and worthless - and
(ailed to support her and his
children, as a dutiful hushand
should do. She claimed $299
damages, and the jury gave , a
verdict in her favor for $285.
NORTON'S CORNET BAND,
H. W. HORTON, Under,
Mc ARTHUR, ; OHIO.
n A VINO lately purchased as snd hand
some band wairon. and are nremred to
furnish food rausio on application, tq all
point. Id (hit or sdioini na counuea. . AddreM.
ahore. i : 4jun4m
An Ordinance to repeal an Or
dinance entitled An Ordi
nance to fix the Salary' of the
Marshal, passed February
"Actio 1. Ha it ordained by the Council of
lh Incorporated Vlllge of MoArthur, Ohio :
That an ordinance) entitled An Ordinance to
Hi the Halary or Ihe V'llass Manhal, be and
Ilia aame la hereby repealed
Sacnoa 8 Thie ordinance to take effect
and be in force alter doe publication.
FA KIm HORTOW,
Mayor of the Incorporated Village of McAr-
Attest: i-. ' . .
Moiaia Erass, Clerk.
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Coauaaus, February 19th, 1874. '
WHERE8 Ihe Near'-England Mutual Life
. In.uranie Company' located at Hoalon. In
he State ol Maaaacnuaett., haa filed in this
orfliea mom atutemrnt by the proper offl.
eera thereof, allowing ita cundition and buat
na and haa complied in all oiber reapec-la,
with the lawa of thin Bute, relatini to Lile In.
aurance I'ompaniea, orraniied by act of Con.
greaa, or by or under the laws of any other
state ol the United HtaU-e.
Now, therefore. In pursuance ol law, I,
William F. Church, aiinerintandent of Inaur.
ance ol the Htate of Ohio, do hereby certify,
that Mid Company la authorized to tranaacl
ita appropriate bu.lneaa of life Insurance, in
Inia aute in accordance wit h law, ourms the
eurrent year. The condition add oueineea of
ma company at tne date of such statement
yecemoer aisi, inja,) la snown aa follows:
Aggrsgnte amount of admitted as
ete.includingtheaum ofA29,. .
i3 ad in premium notes and
loans held by the oompany on
nulicies in force, 12,670,119 11
Apgretate amount of liabilities, in
eluding 111,101,610 uu for re in
surance reaerre ' 1121,799 18
Amount of in ome for the preced
ingyarincaah 2,481,874 92
Amount of premium note of in
come for the preceding year 806,213 62
Amount of expenditures for the
preceding year in cash, 1,607,067 38
Amount of premium note expen
di lures for Ihe preceding year, 387.810 13
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IsooapoiiTsn Villah or McAsruca,
Vinton County, Ohio,
Mar, 26, 1874.
WHEREAS by th lawa of Ohio regulating
the election lor municipal officers (I la
required ol tne Mavor of ea b city or incor
pumieu vniHge 10 a;ive' nonce oy rrnciama
tion at leaat ten days before the time of hold
inat elecAmna el the Hove and nlace. when and
where such elect on will be holden, and of
win omcem to oe cnoeent 1
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the office of Hsrahal, caused by the resigns,
tion of Wm. 8ry, snd a spa -Ml election is re
quired by law to Sll. such vnosncv. . .
In pursusnce of such renuisition, I. Paris
Hortoa, Mayor of the locorpf rated Villsge of
mcannur, unio, no nereoy proclaim and
make known thai ;
Monday iU- 8th Day of Jnna 1874,
la ty me appointed the day on which th
qualified electors of the incorporated village
of Mc Arthur are no tiffed to meet at the' Court
Hoa-e, in ssid village, at the usual place des
ignated for holding such elections, between'
thk hours of six o clock in Ihe forenoon, and
six o'clock in Ihe kfteraooo of said day, snd
tbm and there lo proceed to vote by ballot
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FOR FEVER t AGUE
as the BulphaM to the sane deeee, while tt mfewtt
the k4 tret, Is mors palatable and muck cheaper.
8enl tw deaeriptlve Circular with TestimnimJt
thmiHan from all parta af Ihe eoonBry.
t . -y-8ample packages SVtrtal, 18 esnow
Prepan-d by BILLINUb, CLAPP k CVa alanaizw
turiug Owmlsta, Boston, Maaa.
A PAY GUARANTEED aaiaf a
WEU AUGER 4 DRULLla ft
,1 ef IOWA. A A KA N tAS A DAKOTA
flUilofMtrss. V.0tUI,lt.IiiiltJIIS, ,
NEW SPRING STOCK
LADIES' FANCY GOODS,
rr ;4 WejT tittles) j-. '
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS
' IN ALL NEW 81IADK8; VI .
Jute Braldi, '
Embroideries, 1 ' . '. . r
Gloves, ; .: w
. . i !pcy"t5iodi
.' .1.. .. Jeivclrjr, - ..
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Coneta, ' Ct.
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' Also a large aOTortmeDt;of
Bleaching1, Pressing, Bemode lug,
. .and all kinds of Millinery. :
. Work, dons to Order on ,
, ' i i ...it
Give as a call We will sel' lower
J. P. i C. A. DONKI ,
Main st MoArthu - O,
SPRING AND SUMMER
At his ne place of business, i
OOEY'S BLOCK. OPPOSITE UBIOH
Spring and Summer Clothing
TVER brought to this market, embracing
JLJnW Ihe latest and most fashionable styles,
cm in accordance wilh Ihe lalexl faaluons.
When you wanin isobby suit Uou'l hil to esll
on FrauU. He also CI i' and . -
Makes Garments to Okoeh
and has w full liti of
II ATS AND t'AI'S, & tv.
ill clnlhinir marked down to the LOW '
KST I'ltit'UKO. Give me a call and I wit
lnr . FRANK BELLMAN.
To sell, direct to awwsitrt.Tna OaovswiLi;or
THE AUTHORITATIVE HISTORY
OK 1 H 15
Ry J. Periain , editor Western Rural, Chirsgo.
Complete and reliable. Written up Is naasry,
IR74 S nrisinnl portraits! Ion other en ((ra
ti ngs. This grent work la few la price and
ed'iirg bg thoaeandt. ror terms, territory, ei.i.,
aildiess K. riANNAF'RD A CO., Publishers,
17? W. 4th st, Cincinnati.
CA UTIOS. Inferior works, awr eaajuVsfsM,
are being implied. Do not be imposed aa.
Mr. Pernam's work la tail, estasritiilirs, and
endorsed by the f real leaders. Asss saWr ia.-
THE Ht'Jf . ERCAHPAION BCOVSf
Another Great Literary Sensation,
The Modern RnblmonCriisoe?
With 150 Beautiful Illustration!. ,
mromir oi l iinirr m HrlTfJ rTVUrrtl POT
eeriM pnhliciition In HCRt.HNKK'a MOXTU
IV M I. .I- V... I.s ..a '
mat a use wuirri ts, uv s iumtvw tlVl
'THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND1.
in which, not content with the old stories of
"Rulunsou Craaoe" end lhe"fwl.s Family
Kobinao," the writer nnderlskss t show
how a party ol men east upon a mysterious
n.l il.-.l na. I . . V . . W
reourcea alone, wiihoui Ihe aid ofsny wreck ,
to draw upon lor tba matehala of life and
CCinfort. ' i
The parly are Amerirans who set out from
Richnmnrt Vs., ooring the siege, ir shalloon.'
M Jules Verne unitea wi n an accurate aciea
lino knowledge an exuberance of inrenltT
genius that has
FASCINATED THE WORLDi
Th Ih.ma rJ Ik. -I -m i . , .
author the fiieet opportnmty nr the displav
V . i ; a'" . "rj win oe pro
fusely illustrated, and it begun in the April
number. - - . o , r ; ,i
Kor sale hy all New dealers or Booksell.
ra. Pnoe 14 no a year, 86 eeeta a number.T
8CRI HHhK A CO.. 6M, Broadwiy, JN??!'
For 1874. '
OREO PLATE Published qusrlerly-sl
eeoisafear. First number for 1M4 oat it
sue.i. . A Mermen edition at same price.
Address JAM E8 VICE, Rochester, M.T.
TO YOtJNG MEIT
Jost pnbllihed, la a Healed Earslepo, Price sis
aa l Radloal Core of Spsrnaserrbota, cr eVaiia. ,
al Weakness ' lnfoloolary Inlasloas, Krlaat
rwl.lllta U T I .' . - U .
v. aHi isasr
ally NersonsneM, Conausiptloa, Epilepsy sa4
Fits; MsnUlaad Pkysial incanartty, resattlis-..
from ssll abnse, o By HOB. 1. CCLVIA-.
WKLL, M. D., Aa kor of th'Qrsea Book" Aa..
The world.rsmiwfsd anthor, la 'his admirable, .
Lectors, clearly proses from his ewa experieaea
lhat tbe awful eonasqasacee of self-st ate auv
hm afTaAlnallv rmwnmA m1,i.. , .
. . . . - .1UUM. HOUI.UM,
witbuat daaisrons wtr steal ospe stiuas, koagles.
Miruusnu, rias, or corn lata, totaling out- a :
etsry ssfttrer,. oe niat sr what hie otoaitleai.
pij, aaa pneetelr.
muv aHtPCv 1UIB MO
t bo Maud sua Ihniiiniei
id raoKsJu. Tula ietore will anna a koa aa
Asinl. tmsidsr taal. tat aaa - J J l - .1.1 m i a
fasekipa, urn reasi4 at sis eala, or twe vestas '
PILM read for elrrular. n ,.-'a
i i.i, iuiuu Jii tmsiiu
IXf Wery, ftt Tork, Post Wlce Box $,' "
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