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THE VINTON'RECORD,
UoARTlIUK. 0 II I O,
THURSDAY. JUNE 11. 1874.
From the Hocking Sentinel.
From the Hocking Sentinel. Railroad.
j President Lubgley oMhe G
McAi & C. K. R, baa been in
town, Ibis week looking up the
railroad project from Logan to
MoArtbur.
Mr. Langley gives a very fa
Torablo report of tbe condition
of the enterprise, and. the peo
p! of togan are encoursged
that the road will be ready for
the iron this fall if the very
reasonable stock subscription
dae from ns is furnished.
"Subscription, papers have
been made out and will be cir
culated in a few days, and it is
to be hoped that the subscrip
tion will be liberal.
, Mr. Langley, in bis short
stay, made a very pleasant
acquaintance with our citizens
and left the most favorable im
pression of himself as a pleas
ant gentleman and a business
man thoroughly competent for
the work in hand. ,., ,
.Next week we shall have
some definite information . to
give as to the progress of tbe
work on tbe road and the part
Logan is taking.
From the St Louis Democrat.
A Melancholy Matter.
The Ohio friends of Senator
Tburman and Geo. II. Pendle
ton are at it again like two
torn cats in a barrel. The dis
tinguished gentlemen them
selves maintain a distant and
high-toned personal regard for
each other, but their friends
have concluded that the Dem
ocratic party is too close a cor
poration to bold them both.
The Presidential nomination
in 1876 is the bone of conten
tfon, and while tbe Ohio Dem
ocrats are quarreling about it,
Governor Hendricks is looking
on with a degree of complacen
cy only equaled by that which,
according to Bailey, irradiates
the countenance ot the man
who . is "next'' in a crowded
barbershop.
From the Gallipolis Journal.
OltB of the organs of the frei
whisky party, in Cincinnati,
having insanely supposed that
the women were crushed, devel
ops the further programme of
its friends in this manner, to-wit:
It Is now time to declare war
in the same way against all the
mouldering relics of former pur
itanical times, until it will do
longer occur to our Legislators
to make petty laws for the peo
ple about the observance of the
Sabbath, . and their manner of
living. Whose business is it, if
a person plays billiards or nine
pins on Sunday? Why should it
he wrong on Sunday, and not on
any ether dW
S tbe question is not simply
the lawful sale of whisky as a
beverage, but with that is pre
sented' tbe permanency and sta
bility of the christian civilization
of the age, and of the whole en
lightened world. The good people
of the State end land must give
careful consideration to these
new issues, for they are aimed'at
American Liberty, and will re
sult in its overthrow if permitted
to become the dominent idea of
the country, as Sodom and Go
morrah were overthrown for a
similar departure irons the paths
of virtue.
From the Gallipolis Journal, June 4th.
: 6omk miscreant, i on Tuesday
of last week, set fire to the
bridge across Raccoon Creek,
at Barnes' mill, in Wilkesville
township, Vinton county, and
bdrned it. Besides burning
the ' bridge, it is supposed the
villain had serious intentions
upon the mill, which 6tnds
close to it. This is not the Crsl
instance ot burning in that sec
tion, and if the bodies of a few
outlaws living there were safe
y deported beneath the
meadow violets,' surviving
neighbors would 'submit with
out a word ot dissent or a mur
mur of dinconteut.
. A. liVJ of biroudeburg, Penn
sylvania', recently dieu i-f hy
drophobia, having been bitun by
a rabid dog tweuty-one jears
' ago, when a girl.' '
Calender of Political Events.
. J une 17 Illinois Republican
Convention. -June
17. Indiana Republican
Convention.
June 17. Vermont Republi
can Convention.
June .18.: Maine Republican
Convention. '"
J une 23. Congress tvadjourn
perhaps!
June 23. Maine Democratic
Convention.
June 24. Iowa'Anli Monopo-
Jy Convention.
Juno 30. Illinois Prohibition
Convention.
June 30. Arkansas election
for Constitutional Convention.
July 1. Iowa Republican
Convention.
July 14. Arkansas Constita
tional Convention meets. -
July 15. Indiana Democratic
Convention.
July 29.' Alabama Conser
vative Convention.'
Aug. 3. Kentucky election.
Aug. 6. North Carolina elec
tion. ,
Aug. IS. Ohio election to
adopt or reject new Coustito
tion. , .
Aug. 19. Pennsylvania Re.
publican Convention.
Aug.19. Tennessee Conserv
ative Convention.
Aug 26., Pennsylvania Dem
ocratic Convention.
Sept. 1. Vermont election..
Sept. 10. Ohio Republican
Convention. ,
Sept. 14. Maine election.
Oct 13. Ohio election.
Oct 13 Indiana election.
Oct. 13. Iowa election.
Oct. 13. Nebraska election.
Oct. 14. Georgia election...
Oct. 22. West Virginia eleo
tion.
Nov. 2. Louisiana election
Nov. 3. Elections in Ala
bama, Arkansas, Dehware,
Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Mary
Massachusetts, Michigan, Min
nesotn, Missouri, Nevada, New
Jersey, New York, Pennsylva
nia, South Carolina, Tennessee,
Texas, Vireinia, Wisconsin.
Note. All the above-named
States (32) elect Representa
tives for the Forty-fourth Con
gress besides Slate cfDcervar
ying in each State. The elec
tions to the Forty-fourth Con
gress will be completed next
year, as follows: New Hamp
shire, in March; Rhode Island
and Connecticut, iu April; Cal
ifornia, in September; Missif
sippi, in November. The Fo -ty-l'ourih
Congas will unlets
sooner convened, meet on the
fir6t Monday in December,l57P.
A pleasant aud profitable
meeting of Patrons of Hus
bandry was held at Pleasant
Valley Churcb,on Wheelabout,
Madison township, last Satur
day. Guests were present from
the different Granges of the
county, and Lee Grange, of
Athens county. After the reg
ular meeting, the whole party
adjourned to a shady grove
near by, where the ladies ol
Santiago Grang9 had prepared
a most bounliiill repast of.all
that is good in the most cxten
sive cuipine. Language is in
adequate to do justice to the
varied and delicious edibles.
Santiago jrnge has been
but lately oiganized, but its
officers and members take bold
with the spirit and the under
standing, and it has already
become one of the fixed insti
tutions of the 'county. . The
farms in tbe vicinity in which
the Grange is located are
mostly new and will this year
produce most abundant bar
vests, the drouth affecting
them but slightly. ,
San Fbanciboo; June 7. The
temperauce men and women
carried tbe local option elec
tion at Brooklyn, Alameda
county, by a' majority ol
eifibty-three. .. Women crjisad
ers irom this city and Oakland
took a very ciiVe part. The
results of these elections are
already sensibly felt..' Several
leading distilleries have reduc
ed their daily product nerl.
one third. The wholesale busi
ness with the interior will sui
ter severely.
The Athens Journal cme to
us last week enlarged, and much
improved in appearance.
!
TliK James LI. Law's & Co.'s
check lor the proceeds of the
saleol Jones' and J. J. Shock
ey'a liquors (upon whiou the
L'idies' Temperance League of
McArthur had agreed to pay a
percentage of any loss ( which
might occur) has been paid at
last. ' The check was made pay
able to the order of one of tbe
ladies ol the League, as is be
lieved for the purpose of throw
ing upon them tbe Etigma of
having dealt in liquors 'while
they were opposing the trade
in others. The lady refused to
indorse the check, and Law s &
Co. refused to make it out to
the proper persons Jones and
Shockey notwiths'.anding the
lady certified she bad no claim
on the money, and? one of the
other parties, at least Mr.
Jones demanded the money
of Messrs. Liws & Co, as his
properly.. In this shape, thro
Laws & Co., it came into the
hands of J. J. Shockey,' who
turned it over to Mr, Jackson,
a wholesale liquor dealer' of
Cincinnati, m payment of a
debt., Mr. Jackson, armed wjth
power from Messres Jones and
Shockey to collect, and a cer
tiBcate from the lady that
neither she. nor - the League
bad any ownership in the mdn
ey, demanded payment. Laws
still refused to pay it until
the lady indorsed the check.
Mr. Jackson thereupon-placed
the claim in the hands of an
attorney, when James II. Laws,
after keupiug these men out ol
their, money about three
month?, took up the check and
came down with the stamps.
The Grangers' National Bank
has bren organized at Winches
ter, Ky.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
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i aldtnitMh.djoflat.lk74. '
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' ' C eavaica, February' 19th, 1874. '
TTHERE8 the New Englnnd Mutual Life
V T InauraryeLompsny located at Boston, in
.he State ol Massachusetts, haa Hied in thia
office a sworn sutemi-ot by the proper offi
cers thereof, showing tUcouddion aud biist
neaa and haa con. plied in all other reapecta,
with the lawa of this btate, relating to Lile In
atiMnoe l ore panics, organiieri by act of Con
gress, or bT or under Ihe law of any other
Mate ol the linited .-tHtra. , . . .
ow, iherefori.. In pursuance ol law,' I,
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aboeol I he (-tele of Ohio, do hereby ceriily,
that said 'nmpany ia authoriaMI to trtn-act
it appropriate busiaea. of nie msuranea tn
Una si te in a-i-ordsnce wit b law, uurini Ihe
current year. The condition Hud aiii,ee of
o coiripsny si ine usie ni ew-n statement
( e.ieo br tll. J73.) ia ehovln aa follows:
Agregt-. aii onirl of sun jtied s
sets,uicludii,grhesuniofz2M. V ,1 ; f
nil .16 in fttieiiiiuin notea and
. loaua hidd bt ihe oouipauv uh -t t n
IHiln-iee m lore. ia.d70.1H 81
Amreyate amount of liabilities., in" ,' 1" I
iiunioKlii lui.etv uu nr re in-
auraui-e reM-rve - ll.12i.7M In
Amount of in nm for tbe pieced
. ing y r in cash , 2,fal76 62
Aniount ol premium no e of in-
, come: for; the- preceding yet-r aonia J
n uiuu II. v, r.ruuiiuiri H.I 111
, pm t.ln.y yHf to cash, , . , l.aoi.rell.S
Atnunut 01 pieiniumnoiexi en. '
f ditures tnrtlie preceiurg ear. 5S7 10 I.",
(L.e.) ' In witness whereof, I have hereon
to eubea-nb- d in name, an r caused the seal
of wf uftire to be ftiied tbe isy and year
above written. , WM.OHUKCH,
, .-J.. !.i ;.J"'. Ult ! .DUperiutendedt,
4on T. Rat la, agent at McArthur, O.
' R (1RT R A BT
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It.. . . . l . . . ...... . mnh, j,.ltwl
PU.IDC. "W "I " " '--
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KFK or make parKonal appiicaitoa ai im
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CAsiirnicES.
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ono. It replemiihea the guvernmtnl treHfury
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poor and Hie poor rich; makea fuola ot wire
men, exhuuia ihe wiedum af legislation
makea men run niad and womiHeel aad.
Theeruaniie hua begun; on to fictory.. Men
or women wanted to iviuvuaa every town Ad
ories IIENWY HdWE, Chicnao, 111,
WILD LIP;
IX THE
FA II WakT,
A U i: T.H WA.MEn everjwheie for thlr
new and lieautilully tllni-lrnted book of 'the
utlor'a thirty yeara' lile and adrenturea
aii.T.n ihe Indinua. in Ihe Me: lenn Warn,
hunln.H wi d nnimala, Aci Ao. Tkriuimnly (a
terenting, anil eelliiig fiir-ler lh"n anythinx vr
lielurn known bend lor illuxtrated nivnlar
and liberal terms. P. A Uutchtuaon A Co.,
iinoiiiiinii, u.
A .n,iiitii rrrwurnn mn'rrrn
d lM IIUIIL lUUW WWIW
in eneh rnunty tor the spring and trimmer
150 ter innntU. -en. I for circular guinir
lull lHl'll,.'lra. .IP.ril.KU A II I.V
BUY J. & P. COATS' BLACK
THEEAD for your MACHINE.
F LOWERS.
C. I.. AI.1.EV, nhVr hi surplus stock of
CM01CE MIXED GLAIOLAS
at wlioloxle for U pur 100, $M per 1,1X0.
Hend for cntaloifiie !
Addrei-a C. L. ALLEN, Queens,?' T.
pRVOoM tNTY. OK HHVJL CHAR MINI"
1 how either sex mar laci ale and gain
the love and attw'tinri of any person they
choose, instmiily Tina simple nienml ac
quiienient all can poasesa, free by mail lor 2
cents; together with a Marnniie '-tilde, Enypt
isn Oracle, drennis, hints to Isdies A queer
book ttiO.IKiu sold Adiiea T WILLIAM A
CO Publishers, I'liiUitelphia.
Cottage Color Paints,
l.OO to tt.50 per Gallon.
ENGLISH ROOF PAINT,'
'Jlound in Oik,
- 60o par gl
LIQUID SLATE ECOF PA1HT, '
Fiat Faooi (1.25 per gal.
PA TENT PETROLEUM LINrtEEI) OIL,
Wfrks In all Fainta aa boiled Linseed, only
: oUj. per gal. ,
MACHINERY OILS,
E a. KELLEra PATENT sperm OII$l.O0
END In BOIL, 76
FILTKKci) ROCK LUBRICATING OIL, 60
Send for cards of colon ana circular!.
NEW YORK CITY OIL CO.,
Sole Agents
11" MAIDEN LANE, SEW YORK.
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WELL AUGER & DRILL I a need
territory. Eadoraed by Qceemora
6f I0W ARKANSAS A DAKOTA
oaaltpitrtt. V.OIIS,BtLill,K. i
NEW SPRING STOCK
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MILLINERY
AND .
LADIES' FANCY GOODS,
. . New styles of ,, ,
HATS.BONNETS.RiBBOlMSI
, IN7ALL NEW SHADES,, . , .
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Embroideries,
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GloVes, ' ;
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Corsets,' El.
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and all kinds 'of Millinery '
Work done to Order on ,
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tlmn ever. . . T
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Main L MoArthu O.
SPRINCkND SUMMER
clothing:
FRANK HE LLM AW, Agent,
At hia ne, place of busllieae, ' . . '
COET'S BLOCK. OPPOSITE US 10 IT
HOUSE.
CHILLICOTIIE,'. O.
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Choicest Rtock
OK
Spring and Summer Clothing
EVER breught to thia market, embracing
all the luteal and must fashionable stjlea,
fin in accordance with. the latest lalnoDa.
When you wanla iiohhy suit duu't fail to call '
on Krnuk. lie also CUT1 and
Makes Garments to Obdeh..
and has a full tine of
Cents' Underwear
HATS AND VAVS, &C.
II rlnlhlns marked down lo the LOW
l.sr FlUlIti;. Oivomeacillanu 1 wit
win runt anliaiautiun
2anr FRANK BELLMAN.
AGENTS WANTED1
To sell, direct to roawmr,Tn I GlooaDawill.; or
THE AUTHORITATIVE HISTORY .
OF J H Q
FARMER'S MOVEMENT
Hy J. Periatn, rutnr Western Rural, CMrago.
Complete and reliable. Written up to Jitnuorp,
1874 8 "riiimil portraits; Hal other engra
ina. W"Thi great work is loio Is pries aud
eelixgbgthoneandt. ror terms, territory, eld.,
address K. HANNAK'iHIt A CO., Fubluhore,
177 W. 4th at, Cincinnati. ,
CA I770JV.-lnftrinr work, mere compilalloue,
are hein ,tisl,ed To not t.e itiitnsd on.
Mr. I'erriHtn'e work la (all, nutkoriliiUee, and
endorsed by (he great leaders. ' Sont other ie.
Scribner's Monthly.
THE SCMjIEW CAMPAIGN BEGUN
Another Great Literary Sensation,
The Modern Rnbim onCrusoei
With 150 Beautiful Illustrations.
Meaara Berihner A Co., hare seenred for
senil piih,eation in SCKIdNKK'B MONTH
LV, M. Julea Terne's latest story,
'THE MYSTERIOUS ISLAND'
in which, nnt eonlenl with the oM storiee of
"Knliinann Crusoe" end Ihe "fwii-e Family
Hnbinaon," the writer underlakea t,show;
how a party ol men eaal upon a rnyslertoue
and desert island may live bi ihe'r scisnlido
resnureea alone, wiihout Ihe aid of any wreck ,
to draw upon lor the materinla of life aad
comfort. , .
The party are Americana who aet out from
Richmond Taaurnft the eirie.ir abilloon.
M Jules Verne unites wt n an accurate acien
tific knnwlei'ge, an exuberance of inrenllre
Kentua that haa
FASCINATED THE WORLD.
The therrle of the preamt ilory aforda the'
author the B-est opponuntty for Ihe display
of hia pouuliar gilta. Tbe story wilt be pro
fusely illustrated, aad ia begun In the A prut
number. .. .. n
for sale by all News Lealera or Bookaell
n. Pnee U no a year. 3ft cente a number.
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FLORAL GUIDE
For 1874.
800 PaGESj JOfl K(.lAV1fS8.'aad rot.
OREI) PLATE Publuihed qoertrrly ab-SS
oentaayear. Firat number lor U74 uat If
ue i. A German editi net same prlee.
Address JAM hS VICK, Bocbestet. N, T.
A LECTURE
rTO YOUNG MEN.
j.'ttj:
A.
Joil pnbllihed, In a Heeled KoTalepe. Price all
fame. A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment
so Radical Cure of Stjermatorrhoea, or tenins
al Weakliest, In.oliintary 'KnilMlooa. aVxvin
Drhillty.aid ImpedlaxBta tn tariiatps, ensr
al'y i Kersoiisness, Coaiunmllon, Bpliawy aad
Fits;. Jaeatal and PUSjl locaparlty, rrsntllte
fiom el' abuse, tt By BOB. J. CTJXVtE
WDLb, M. 0 , An horcf IbA' CresB Book,'.! Ad.
The world-rtunwoed anthur, Ik bia adarratta
Lecture, cherry pn.Tea from his own eiirjen(
that Ihe awful ennaeqnenoee ofeelf alnse may
be effectually rerouted without medicine, and
wlihuat danieriHie sarglral oppe atkioe. avatiea.
Insiruiuenu, rings or eordlala, poinUi f vul a
mud. o cars at una ctriala.elfcciaae. by Whleb
ssery. aidlerrra to oat el what hia cuu allien
niay bs. msv sure blmaelf cbesply, and prisately,
and radically.,; Tula Lea are will prove a huoaSe
thonsauda aed laoasaada. " , ' i
Seat, nnder seal, bi any addraae la a plata sealed
anTalups. on reclft ot sis eaie, or two poeiaae
stanisi. Al-o, Drj SilUbea'e BCJIIIII JOA
tlUM. rend fur elirular.r... , . 7 ,
Aadraaa toe BHbllahera. - . ., -i
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