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THE VINTON RECORD.
; MoAKTHlTK, OHIO,
THURSDAY. JUNE 25, 1874.
For Member of Congress.
The indications are that Mr
Bundy will be renominated Tor
Congress wkbojit opposition.
We publish, elsewhere an ex
tract from the , Ironton Regis
ter from which it appears that
there will probably be no op
position ; in the lower end ol
the district. There will b3 none
from this end that we ca learn
of. t Mr. Bundy has made us a
good and emcient -representa
tire, and we have no doubt
that be will be re-elected by
anjncreased majority.
The New Constitution.
We publish this week in the
form of a supplement the pro
posed new constitution, also
toe address of the committee
appointed by the convention
setting forth the points of dif
ference between the new and
the old. It should be read and
studied carefully by every vo
ter so that all may vote intelli
gently. Its adoption or rejec
tion is not and should not be a
party measure,' prominent
members ef each party being
arrayed against members of
their own party for and against
its adoption. " 1
For ourselves we think it
would be a mistake in the peo:
pie to fail to ratify it While
it will doabtless not be what is
desired by each individual, we
think a carelul examination
will not fail to convince a large
majority that the proposed con
stitution is better than the old
one.- Having been compelled
to pay for these improvements
we hope to see the people
adopt them. However, we lay
the document before our read
ers this week and it is tor them
to determine its merits. Two
things though every citizen
6hould do pott himself and
then not fail to voU. The elec
tion takes place August 18ib.
Thb Democratic papers of the
Hocking Valley are trying to
make political capital out of
the Kelsonville strike because
the operators procured colored
men (o take the place of the
strikers. There is considerable
assurance in this when it it is
remembered that Gov. Allen
maintained the right of the col
ored men to work the mines by
sending bis Private Secretary,
Capt Putnam, with the Statu
militia at his back, to protect
and defend them. This was bis
plain sworn duty, and we have
no fault to find with him tor do
ing it, notwithstanding lie tact
that the miners were originally
in the right in their controver
sy with the operators. But in
asmuch as we have a Demo
craticLegisIature to make laws,
and a Democratic Governor to
enforce them, we 'ail to see th
responsibility of the Repnbli
ean party for the situation. The
truth is that a government that
failed to protect any man who
wished to work from the inter
ference of men -Who would not
work, would be worthless. The
color of the man has nothing to
do with the question. We re
gret the .temporary advantage
gained by the operators, but
newspapers that, for the sake
of political capital, ' will at
tempt to incite the miners to
riot and bloodshed care more
for the success of their party
than they do for the welfare of
the country; and the miners.
The co-operative plan, which is
projected, is the miners' sola
tion of the sitnaioa. It is what
they should havs) resorted to
long since. Riot .will only re
volt Jo the speedy arrest and
:punlhment of the rioters, if It
.lakes the whole force of -the
State or Ohio with its Demo
cratic administration, to accom
plish it. The miners could not
please the operators so well in
any other way as by resorting
to lawlessness ana force. -
Ed. Wilson, of the Ironton
Register claims to be the fath
er of the Southern Ohio Edito
rial ' Association. ' The child
i
ought to go - back on Lira tor
neglect...
Circleville Herald and Union.
The Circleville and McArthur
Railroad—A visit to the
Great Mineral Regions of
Vinton County, the Natural
Home Market of Pickaway.
Early on Wednesday, morn
log of last week, a party con
sisting' of Col. W. Marshall
Andersou, W. E. Bolin, Wiw B.
Mardeld, and the editor of the
Herald and Union, under the
leadership of Solomon lieigle,
Eileft this city for the pur
pose of making au excursion
along the route of the proposed
Circleville and McArthur Rail
road. We reached the Reigle
larm, near. Adelphi, in time to
take breakfast with his sons,
who live in neighboring farm
houses on bis fine estate.' Af
ter breakfast we started down
the magnificent valley of Salt-
creek, keeping constantly in
view the surveyed route of
the proposed road., Our course
lay through the fertile val'ley
for a distance of seven or. eight
miles, after which we left it to
follow the survey, up Queer
creek. The.Queercreek valley
for a considerable distance af
ter leaving Saltcreek, contains
considerable fertile bottom
land, the bills being covered
with splendid timber or when
cleared, well adapted to wheat,
fruit or grazing. : . The valley
soon alter leaving Blooming-
ville, becomes quite narrow,
hut only to bring into close
proximity to the road, timber,
building stone, potter's .clay,
iron and coal.. Following up
Queercreek from where it flows
into Saltcreek, we found a fine
level valley for the road, until
we reached Potter's Ridge.
There a deep cut or tuunel of
a few hundred feet will bring
the road into the Raccoon Val
ley, from which point to
Karnes' Grove, , the junction
with the Gallipolis road, the
route Is extremely favorable,
following as it does the course
of that stream. . The character
of the route may be best ex
pressed by staling the fact that
from Circleville to McArthur
the route, with the exception
of Potter's Ridge, is as favora
ble as that from Cbillicothe to
Columbus. The cut or tunnel
at Potter's Ridge will not ex
ceed 600 feet in length, and
iron ore sufficient to pay its
costs can be taken out in dig
ging it. , .
We were surprised to find
the agricultural resources ol
Vinton county so great. Chest
nut, white oak, and other val
uable timber abounds.: The
soil is fertile, producing fine
grass and clover, and is adapt
ed to grazing and ' fruit. We
wre, however, chiefly inter
ested in ascertaining the min
eral resources of the county.
Upon this we received com
plete satisfaction, both from
the testimony of reliable wit
nesses, and from what we saw
ourselves,' which in every in
stance fully corroborated the
statements made to us. ..
We stopped at McArthur
over night, and while there had
ihn niAnftt.ve of meeting the
leading citizens .pf ,hat P,ace
who imparted much yalcable
information to us. Wa are
der special obligations to Uon
Homer 0. Jones, who kindly
prepared for Col.. Anderson a
topographical and geological
map which gives a complete
and satisfactory , view of the
mineral resources of Vintou
county. This map shows the
average aggregate thickness of
the coal veins of the county .to
be about 18 , feet. The cele
brated Nelsonville vein, with a
thickness of -4- to 6 feet,
abounds, and the Jackson coal
which is adapted for furnace
use, Is found in great abund
ance near the route of onr
road. We found the country
rich in iron ore of the best qual
ities. Between Karnes and Mc
Arthur we entered a vein of
iron ore fall six feet thick - by
actual measurement. '
Want of space will not allow
us to detail th facts which tul
ly convinced us that the miner
ul resources ol the legion which
h ould be penetrated : by the
proposed rond are not purpass
ed in abundance and ri lines
by those ot any Other section
orthebtate. This road, if built,
wil pay jusl as1 well as the
Hocking Valley road. - The
cheap coil and iron of the
Hocking Valley are making
Columbus a great city. I' we
build this road it wHl, inevita
bly make Circleville an import
ant manufacturing city. Nor
will Its benefits be less to ihe
agricultural interests; of onr
county, for it will open for our
corn and wheat a home market
in the mining regions ot Vinton
and Gallia, far superior to any
we now have, or can possibly
get in any other quarter. , ; . .
We, therefore, do not hesi
tate to say alter a careful con
sideratioo of the whole subject,
that the Circleviile and McAr
thur Railroad is an enterprise
which should be earnestly ta
ken hold of by our citizens. It
will pay the . stockholders; it
will build up manufacturing in
this city; it will give our far
mers the , best home, market
(or. their grain they can possi
bly reach. . ... .. , . , ;.
j .The undertaking is a practic
able one. , The grading ot the
road is being -rapidly pushed
forward, not. t more than ,15
miles being yet to grade. , A
considerable portion ol tbe
work(. bet ween McArthur. and
Karnes', Grove is .done. v It
must soon be decided .whether
the road, shall go to Logan or
Circleville. Unless we; at once
take bold of the work earnestly,
the road will go to Logan, and
we will lose the finest opportu
nity ever offered to us of pro
moting the prosperity of our
city and county. ;
Ironton Register.
For Congress.
: vVe have ;not learned: flat
Mr; Bundy will have any oppo
sition for the. Republican nom
ination for ;tCongreR8. .While
to our notion, he has been rad
ically wrong in his course upon
the financial question,' he has
with little doubt, the bulk of
the district at his back and will
receive the endorsement of the
nominating convention. - Wa
heard of m very , prominent
Democrat of Ibis town who said
if. Mr. Bundy run for Congress
this Fall, he would vote for him,
but of course, he lies. There
are some men already bpofcen
of for the Democratic nomina
tion, viz.: 0. F. Moore; Judge
Wright and E. V. Dead, and
probably three or .four .other
lawyers. - .
Mrs.. Wtnkoop, : a etronej
minded woman, baa opened a
real estate' office in Chicago,
and not one of the Chicago pa
pers has dared to call it a hen
coop. .
Ex-Usited States Sknatb
Ross is sticking type a bis
rural newspaper office in Kan
sas.' ' ' '
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
COAL.
GET THE BEST
THAVE raopnd myraal bank, and am
prepared to till ordera frr enal in quantitira
to rwt purrhaxera. I will aril " i-hntp. aa
roai oi tna sama quaiiiT nan oa nomnea riM
where.
ENoS T. Vi 1NTERU
Hoanl874ni
Sheriff -Jale of Eeal
' . Estate.
Joln if Sloan, Plaintiff,
4g2.ms ;
Thomas M." Ljtle, 'at
at on ololoea, P. M. of laid dar. Tha on
divided flfe-anlh' 6 6 of the follnaing real
eaiate aitaaied id the coi.niy of Vinton and.
Htate ol Ohio, and in Riohliud and Harrieon
ibwnahipa and bounded and oetenbed a fol
low., to wit: The aoath half of the north
wat quarter of neoliot thuty ooe,31 in toB
hip nine, rung eighteen, is. Alto the
noiih eact ouarter of Ihe north westauarter.
and Ihe north-went quarter of the north-eaet
quarter ol eection IhirtT-ona, 81 In townnhip
and ranee alorea.d. - Alto the eontheat
quatterol thenortb-eaatqnarterrf section
latter ol thenortb-eaatqnarterrf aeeltoi
irtrai M in towanhip nine 9 otranie nine
tear, i. a no ine nortn-weetaui
ir, IS. Alao the north-weet qui
north-weet quarter of section thirty-one, SI.
Alao the aoiith-weel ouarter of the t-oulh-
weat quarter of aetion thirty, SO lownthlp
Dine, 4 range eighteen, IS aava and except the
north-weet quarter of tha north-east quarter
of eeuiton thiilT-6i.e, St townehip nine, 9
range eixhteen, IS bainft the aame lands eon
reved tu J. M. Lytle b Uoorge INvkinron and
wile by deed dated Oc tober us, 1871 and eon
lainioft two hundred and eijihty two t acre
more or leea. Bare and except twenty aoie
oB the noith end of the ouih-weet Darter of
the aoaib-went quarter of eection thirty, 30
townahip nine, S range' eighteen, IS running
aralle eaat and weel. . ! . i -
Apprmi-ed at one Ihonaand eight hondredj
a j . . .. a, . . ..j . . .
taothirda of that nm.
TfcKMi oFr-ALK. Uarb nn day of aale.
To be ol aa the properly of Thou M. Ly
tle. ei al, to eatrafy an order of bhIp in larnr
of John M Moan, l-aued Imia the' ourtof
Comni'.o Pleae of Vinton county, tihio, and
to me directed aechintt at eein enui.ty.
Gltea a u dar my Jtaad IbfalSthdayof Janei
A.ii. IS74. ,
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for at puMio anrtion at tha door
lh Court Hou.a In tha town ol Moarthuit
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Wilkesville, Vinton Co., Ohio,-
HAVE fitted up tbeir uew and commodious to re-room in superb styls tear
neither time or money to ren ter it equal in architectural style to any
room Id Hontbera Ofiio, and hate repleninhed their former stook of Drugs,
Paints, Oils, Dye Stan's, Patent and Family Medicines to repletion, to
which they hare ad Jed 4 full and complete line of Yankee Notions, Tolacoo
and Jewelry which they will sell at lowest possible prices for cash.
TI1B BROKER'S OFFICE
will be eondaeUd in the estatilishmeot
per discounted.
In conaection with the Medical
tor the better treatment of all ohronio
ffill
aider a corps of directors who will employ nothing but flrsUdass medical taU
ent as operatives In the Institute. . , . .
' Patients can be accommodated alter the first of Ootober with boarding,
lodging and tmrsinjf at rates far ; below what can be afforJed at similar insti
tutions In the cities, and aa good medical attendants as ean be procured any
as heretofore. - Monies loaned and pa
!. j i :-v ; '
Department will be established a '
and suTirical diseases and deformities
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Paint and Tarnlsb Brushes,
JUST RECEIVED.
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FLRE FRESI1 DRUGS &CI1EU1CALS
Dye Stuff,
Stationery,
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PEOF. D. MEEKER'S
PAINLESS OPIUM CURE.
Th only luecnanit rmdt ot the nrnl
day. Curr wiihom plo Brntoiw lh nrix
von. ytm to a hrnlthj aoadm n. bnd lor
ppr an opium nttinx, rnnrrqoaots nd
cure. P. O. Boi 478, Luporte, loit.
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Kamp Faulkner, deceased.
ri'HE undermcned h beo spnninlfd and
1 quilirtrd itdmlniilnilnr ol Ihe fine of
Kemp Fulkor, UK of Tioioa ooubijt, d
eerrd.
..mod this 14th dy of Mt.W4. : '
4 El WAKb H.WALLER.
KORTON'S 'CORNET BAND,
H. W. HORTON, reader,
Mc ARTHUR, OHIO.
.... .
HAVING Intolr pnrohAMd new nod hnd
m band wnxnn, nd are prepared U
fiirnnh good muaio on applioailon, to all
point! Is thli or adjoin! ngcounuea. Adiirew.
aaabofa , 4jun4m
Thk gmimm JfocatMfiMt (at b-tuKiifmclitm a (At
aur, lipoid or moH rarniJ, aad it (At antf of mil to
Mil. Ifikort U aa Oommtic" tml (a i
fpif 4o VVMEBT IV 8. 41. CO., Atw York. .
LADIES SEND for rlecant Faahlaa Baatk
NEW SPBIKG STOCK
OF
MILLINERY
AND
LADIES' FANCY GOODS,
IVcw Stylet of !
HATS,BONNETS,RlBBONS
1 IN ALL NEW SUADEd, .
Jute Braids,
Embroideries,
Edgings-,
Trimmings,
Laces,
..:i . CUvea, ,
i !: : : Fc Goods
: Jewelry, .
'' Corsets, Etc.
Also a large assortment'of
Gentlemen1 $ Jt'eckttes.
Bleaching. Premrg, Eemodelng,
and afi kinds of Millinery
Work dona to Order on ,
shrt Notice, :
Gire ns a oalL We will sel lower
than ever.
J. P. C. A. DUNKIj ,
' Main st MoArthu 0.
SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOTHIIfcTG-
FRANK ilELLM AH , Agent,
. Al his ne place of baalnetst
COSTS BLOCK. OPPOSITE UBI05
, ,. i . HOUSE. ., , . , .
: CHILLICOTIIE, 6.
; -. : HAS THE .
Choicest ' ' Rtock ;
Spring and Summer Clothing
EVER brenftht to this market, embracing
II the lateet and most Ctahionable i-tylea,
fiii la accordance with tha latent taehiona.
when you want a aobbv anit don't hil to all
on Prank, tie ais CUTS and
I ; : i
Makes Garmkhts , to Obdei
, , , and haa alUUlme-of
Gents' Underwear
HATS AND CAPS, &tY
. I'i ! . li 1 ' . . . i
All coihln marked dowa to the LOW
EST riGUatE.! Give me m and I wit
warrant aaUalaotioa
pr . PBAWK BELLMAN.
AGENTS ' WANTED!
'i.:
To iell, dims to bobbbiot,T OBoomawtu; or
: THE AUTHORITATIVE HISTORY
'. ' OF THE '- ' '' :' !'! '
FARMER'S, MOVEMENT
Ry i. Periain, enitor Weetern Rural, '.ieaio
Omplele and rallahl. WrUkm mf to meery,
IR74 S rlial Bortraile; li' othr enni
m4. Th' (reat work tc lev atarfeeaad
al if if MoaMadf. or term . termor, et.,
addreK. HAhNAFihl A CO., PuNiahrra,
177 W 4th et.' Cincinnati.
WPrOM-lDfcriorworlre.aiewaiiayila)
Mr. Perriam's work Is lull. ealaria, and
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' Paint Street. ChiUicothe. Obio.
' ''. ' J. H. MKJOMMONiT
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FOR FEVER AGUE
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The New FLORENCE
PRICE, t!0 Belewl ei lala
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Surf aMcalae wmraalnd.
Axeed lim la ehibo aad dtoitn.
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AP1LENT or aetive partner to lneal t00,''
in an established bur neea iri MoArthnr.' "
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JDrijt Goods
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srftciiTV ituvHi unereu iuwibi
CASH P1UCES.
DOMESTIC GOODS,
In large sipply.
DRESS GOODS
of all kinds. I-
Black and Colored Silks
; JfTohalrs and Mpaeca, '
Black & Color dGrenadinea
carpetTkgs,
A large slock of '
BRUSSELS and IjrGUAIJr
OILCLOTHS,
Mattings Window Shaies
B. B. 8HART.
Cottage Color Paints,
, 1.00 to tl.fiO per Gallon.
ENGLISH RboF PAINT1
'Jboukd is Oil, - - - j-SOO per gU
lIQtllD SLATE EGOP PAIU'T,' ' '
Fibs Pbuos - '."-'. : - . ti.14 per gal.
PATENT PETROLEUM ,tJNSE,EP OILj ,")
Works in all Paints tu Boiled Llnieed, only
60j. per gal.
MACHINERY OILS,
E G. KELLETU PATENT 8PE"M 01l,,ll.0
ENOK.BOIL, ..... . . 7S;
FILTERfcu ROCK LUBRICATING OIL. SO '
Hend for card of oolon and circulars. -; ",'
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Sole Agentt,
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