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'Oldest I'ajjer inthe Count y.
ETrlTKO AND PUHLISIIEn BY
OFFKK r.nittuii' Bulliliiig. "Main
St- one iloou l''-atof the Court House5,
TERlfV-'J OO fir' year, Inva
riably In nilvnnce.
Homer C. 'Jones,
, TTOKNY AT LAW UiKTlllTR.
il OHIO, wll attend proiT.pttj to all bus
iness sulriintod to bin cure.
Utile ovor T. 11. DavU1 Btors, Male
trect, Mo.Vrthar, Ohio. - Jmi24
C. I. PROIJTY. & CO.,
' 'ENF.li A Hm Commission Merchants, SI
JT Morwln rt., ClovulanJ,Ohio. , .
I.kfkkkncks : Everett, Veililel) A
('o.,I$:inkers; 1'ortcr, riutt& DoWoll
Flour Dealers. ylg
'mf. J. 'McDowell,
A TTOuNEY AT LAW ie CLAIM AO-
rt VJfcT-r ill , i.t.. r . 1 ,
faa in jiinuttco 111 l mivi si u mi
j'iinin ooientloii. '. Also, Depi y jUolleetor
f Inwrn if Uiivenua.' OlKce iu'llio Viuton
vo. iUnlc. j..nt
-JOSEPH BRADBUHT WM MA UK
v BRADHUltY & MA!l,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
MeA'rtliur, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Will attend prompt) to alt lAii-it.es
jntrusiod to tliotr euro.
K.'A. BKATTOX. JOHN MAYO.
IIIIATTOX & MAYO,
' ' rMcAETIIUK, OHIO,.
"IT T I I.I. eivu prompt attention to nil lepal
. VV bin-inem entrusted to their euro in
Vinton and uJjoining counties. niAj2
r jourv ii. m&r
HOOTS AM) SHOES,
Made of Best Leather,
At Lowest I'rlees!
tns'iiy Muiu Mrcot. Mo Arthur , O.
. ' Mnmifudnirpr snd denier In
fiaddle-i, Bridles, llamas,
Nor'h oida Almuntioi.'t,'
' miB-isJy MoAitliiir.Obio.
WAGONS, BUGUIKS, OA KRl KS, ETC.
Opposite Court Ilousa, II0A1 tluir, 0.
fW Jtonairiiw, Painting, and Trim
niintfdnno nuit'ly and promptly, ami ull
work warrunud to irlvu nutiluotinii.
tack I'ay, I.oinity and
WILL bo collected prompt) y bv F.D
WAKD A. MUTTON, a'lcArthur.
All anldiors, who tit 0 by law, cutitlod
to Buck Puy, Uuuiity and Pcnini, and
Will an, Cittliom, mothers, lifolliorH, and
f-islora of deceived soldiers' claims-will
t promptly at ended to. : - Jny3'.f
r. 11. c .Hindis:.:,
U L A V K 8 7if ITU,
GOLD'S OLD STAND,
NEAR ttlE STEAM MILL,
McAK tiiuk; oino,
18 oropnroil to do nllnmnncrof liliicl
hiitliing, atich n hnrso fttiocinfTi ironing
,of bnri;ieH, wnonn, oto., mid. tlia nuinii
facttim and repair of ill kinds of Afri
cultnrnl ImplomontH und 'Mo tout. All
aruik dono in a mbsuintul inunncr and
warranted. supt li rtJ-Py.
JAKES BOOl.tlKR. ' JOHN BOl'LllKR.
JAMES llOULCWt & CO.. ilualer In
Foreign and )iimriio L qiiorn, Gro
cerie,Alo and J'ortrr, Walur it., near
I'uint, CliillioMho. Olio. tuftiy
wm. ci-Ank.' " v. ii' uos.
Clarke &. IJossX)
' Wll V L E 8 A L E ( It O C El! S
110iiva.'t It Wator t.,
nug22y CIIILMCOTHR, O.
YKiaiT ULAYl'OI I.. 1. 8. MACKEV.
Claypool &, llrtclicy,
Wtt 0 L E S AL E a 11 6 V E 1! 8
No. U2 I'uint'Htrect,
" img22y t'llILLICO'fUK, o!
Ml ii'OA' 1j. C! iVaesk,
ATT01IXEY AT LAW,
'r)H ACT ICES IN UOfS AXI) ADJOIN-
L lN(i CVuiitiea. All liiuh.cR i-ntriiHt-
t)d to Iiih caro pronin'lv uttended to and
remittoncua In all eu.-oi mudo without du-
lay.. Sept. 8, IC07.-1
j iiinr, jh
WA T SEN IS Ell GEi; C 11 1 El
.-Main street, bet. Taint and Walnut,
fcfT"('ood faro and - renBonallo torm.
Express to urd from all trains. aug'J2inG
Tf LEWIS & CO., ofCIIILLIi OTIIE,
lane and nomplcto assortment of Unild
XTJ.sU., Keen constantly on hand
era1 Hardware, Baddlern and Coach Hard
ware, Wagon-maker's Material, Hub,
Sp jka, Holloc and Bolts, Iron and Steel
or every size, Glaus. SukIi, Vo., tfco
We cau make it profltuhle for any par
tioa who wish to purchase Goods iu our
lino, to give nx a o:i.
',: M. LliWIS ft CO.;
laug9'2y .i Chillicotlie, 0,
I AM CARRYING ON THE ABOVE
business at tho old stand ofO. Sosman,
en Wator Street, between Faint and Wal
nut, Chillicotho, Ohio. Always on hind,
at wholesale or retail,
CAKES of all KINDS,
Also a good a'.oek of Family Groceries,
Zverylhiog warranted to be s represented
' J. It. BAILEY.
s,ur. 89, IS07.-m.
0. t. DDFtO. I. S, MCCOMktON.
. C F. DUFEV & CO., s
(SDCCKSTOBS TO I. t. MATT,)
Watch Makers & Jewelers,
NO. 23 PAINT STREET,
XHILLICOTIIEf f DIIIO. " )
'Special attention given to there
pairing of Watches, Clocks and Jewtlry.
Wedding Kiugsand Jewelry of every do
seiiption; manufaolurcd . to order. All
work warranted to giv6 satisfaction. ;
sept. J2, 1371y ,
i I . , -1 k . 1 i t .
M'ABTHUH.- VINTON COUNTY. OHIO.
I , ; . I I ,.. .. - .'
Sfuiyaw ami faitdlcnj,
' J rront Blroet, bolow C6rfr,
" 1 " (Sittn io( tie Anvil.) "
Fancy linker and Confectioner,
"' Corner Fourth and Court Strooti,
. w -.. t
37"WeddInfr. and olotr partioa fnr
niolud with everything In his line with
prnmD'.neia, a'nd at " ' , ' '' 1. ,
h O W U S T II I T 13 S
wpt.l,lS'7.-m3." . ,
WIioIohuIo Dvalor In
?0JinGN. and Domestic
iV. (5 FltOXT-STliEET,
k- t. I'J, Ifi'i7.-1y
V. KKIXIIAUT. J. I). IH.lNtlAUf.
And Donlora In
Foreign and Canned Fruits
NUTS, FIREWORKS, TOYS. &C.
Market Strfl - - - - J'urtaitioutlt, 0,
cpt. 1ft, ISrtT. nifl.
T. J. 11 DaSBXI. & CO.
Importer and Dcolcra In
UJllXA AND (iLASSWAlilJ.
CAKDOX OIL, LAMPS AXD
JN'j.l Eiiteiyriae Murk; Ftnnt St.,
tSPAnanr'od packiigcs for Furnace ami
Luimtry 1 ratio. - . aopt. .'.
U. BKLL ifc CO. ,
, Wholoaalo Doalors In
BOOTS, SIIOEM, HATS, CAPS,
LEATHER AXD FlXDJXliS,
Xo. 5 Enti'rjriso Block;
T7E are now In rceo'pt of our Full and
V Winter. Stock of (iooda wliiel
vory full and complete, and feel confident
we fun supply tho Trudo with aa good
not da and at a low prices a can ha hsd
of iiny Jobbing Ilmise in tho West. Ppociiil
attention paid to any orders that limy ho
cntiuted toour euro. sept. 1 'J-111 3
- ZALESKf, OHIO.
D. DUNCAN, - - Proprietor,
1MIIS HOUSE HAVING BEEN NEWLY
L repaired and arranged in now Id mic
cefxtul oi orntii n . Its loeatinn i conven
ient to hitine!a and io the Knilrond Oe-
ot, wliieh ninkea it a dcKirublu atopp'ng
place loi ail viMtiug .uIcbki.
Sept. f, !837.-yl.
ViiitTi County Itaitk,
McrtU ir, O hio,
Joseph .t. McDowell, jvv.
II. S. l'.i XDY, E. I). DoixiK, A. AVoi.r.
II. F, At sn.v, 1). V. J'anwu.s.
F. Stuo.no. . A A. Ai snx.
Ilinik of lilsprfiint. hnil Deposit.
Will buy mill sell (Jovoriiiiient Se
cuiitics. Ii'iiiuK A.C. .
Colla tions niiulu at the usual rates,
mis. 8. 1). KL,
U rottlviiig her Will Stock of
; iIIILLIXERY GOODS,
Consisting of the latest styles of
Bonnets, 12 i lion 8, Floicers,
KOUCIIES, AND J
Fancy Woods Generally.
i1ull and exnmlno her stock. She will
J soil ai choup a tho cheapest, and hue
a splendid stock from which to make su
tt)l 1 bonnets bleached, pressed, and
aucn.ii to mo iuioi stylos.
Mm. S. D. KING, '
Main Street, SIcArthur, Chio.
sopt. 1J, 13G7.-m2 . i . .
Water Street, Above Paint,
. . , CIIILIJCOTHE, OHIO,
Kcepa on hand ail kiudj of Musical In-
strumenta, such as
riano, Cabinet Organs,
. ! ,-i.::V '? i '-i . i i-'I :'l.
Guitars, Violins, Accordcons.
Also Sheet Mnsia and Hi t..,-.
8lrings for Violins and Guitars. Every
thing to be found Id Wnio Stores cao be
vlS 1 . 'toro-s6n9el M"io from any
rubUnbinir Hotian-Sn t)i tt-ii.j .-.'
, . o , UUIIGU DIH10I
fnrmshed at tho publisher's lowest rates,
reachorafurninhod at publishor" wholo
sul. price. wr,. jo iSi7ini3
HANDH AI.K. ii kbl... hi., qn.rt.n, ntl boltl4
B1 t.i priw-hrt. J. L. Uwl., (!, Jl VV. Third M
JOHN UATKM tk CO., Wholeul. Del,n It
Bku Jt bbo.f. Custom w.rk wMranlwl, M i'..rl Bt
li RIDGE HOLTS JtHIDtiKS.
CH AS. GRAHAM, Ma.ufirtnr.r of UrlJf Bolu,
Iron Briiln., (In llok.n, ..4 WroujUl ir Work.
m W. t root Sm.l. ,
BUVSUBS A WIBE GOODS.
VM. BKO.UWULL dc CO., nk. .11 klaJi
M BruiliM, id .T.rjr 11 os sua. ( Win. tj.o4 b
uluju. 181 Vl IquI SlrMl,
BIIOHWKM, IIAISO LOO.lt tm Bij
Crii.t. bainlM baeka, BUukou, Liucjr, Jmi, .u.
B.ui 1.1 nujaivw. Wm. Bruuw.U k to..lil Vi.loutt
J. K. SKA AT- dc CO., Crrii. Mnaufielor).
Old work bouihl, t4, and ficbinged. Prompt atl.ft.
Hon (! to Rapiiriuf . 6utl Ciitr.l Atiau..
Ooutla. Maiiulft'tunri of Window 9htd., 173 .Qd 171
HNOWDON A OTTR,
CarretlnKi .nil Curttfa
UJI Sfc, WON till..
JNO. A. SMITH. Cirpetn, Oil Clothl, WinJo
BliulM, lo lou tlu. Mw York prim. aVl . liflho.
ILOIUJM WASUJiH Jk WlllXUEU.
TUB II VURAL'l.lCCl.tliM ws.l, Wring.,
tf Olnhalicaljr II,. but. hvnd for duMrifli'iB, prfoe., !,
Addr.M, Bl.n Laundr Mauuf. Co., Julia 4 r'roat Stf.
COI IIItAN c NKWPOIIT, Commli.lon Mrr.
ibanu m I'loitr, (iram, l'ruviiiuiu, jfoedf, lo. 1U1 W,
CIIKISTV HltOH. A- CO. Hay, Uriin, Ova.
ral I'rcxluuo PralcrianilCAmnmilun Mvrvliiutl, back!
(ttralibod. Hi Wat.r St. ai)d in l.vt.
M'CAFKltliY St MMiOVKltN, t'iraiiiis,loa
MoraliaoM iu I'lour, (train, llutur, clivu.o. th'K. i'ola.
toot, Alea, Uriwd Fmiu, ol., purcliaao oa orders, at
lowit mirkot prloo, ovory ditacriilioii of Uurvliauduo,
17 Walnut Strot.
f()i:i,l)rt AWlt I(iIlT,tWnn.lon M.rohanli,
Oiponto c. 11. a i jt a. u. w. 11. u. uomii, t; a
Wl W. t itth St.
TIIOS. nii;itl)(M'K it CO., SlomWnt and
forwardiiiif Agcutii, Coiiimininn Oealira in Flnur,
Qrain, Wliiaky, and Ooacral I'rodueo. I A 3 Wator bt.
WASSON, IVIOltOAN 8c VAUK, Usuor.l
CommiMlun M.rohanti and lalra In Trunnion. Car.
tlcular att.otiua to ilhug Ural. A l'ruduoo of all kiadi,
W Vin.Stm.t. - -
C0I4.AUD, CLAYTON 9e CO.) t'ommliaio.
U.rcliaiiU lor al ol Hotter. L'Iimviii. Fkki, luatli.rf,
Lard, Dried I'rbll, 8Uf, aad Utuaral Produca. U WaU
JOHN N. THOU AS dc CO., Hour aud Qrain
Comuiaaioa M.rahAiita and Daal.r. la Prodoo. aon.r
al ly, aiakt advance, on oonalgBntat, aad ruraak laok.
hr Uraia. N.. 'At Wator St.
and Canned Fruit., MuU, Fir. Work., Toy., at.. All
leading branda of 1 ino-eut CUawlag, I'lug, aud bmokiaj
II. IV. Rlilll At. CO.. Confeollonorr. Foroiaa
1)11. COI.TOM, th, It.vlT.r of Mltroia Oiid.
Ti.tli Mtractd aitlioot paiu. llu lraa it to 40,001
pr.on. liil F.Iiq bt.
HUH II Hit K TILS CLAY,
TAYI.OIt, THOMAS Sc. CO., Mannfaoturan,
at SslotovilU, O. Ollioo, til Water bt., Cinoinnatl.
CAIlPHNTKIl, BUOWN de KM.IOTT.
vfbolaaal. Graven aud Conmiaaioa Alorcbauta, 7 W..I
COAN, TDK IIATTKIl, M Wait t'ourtkija.
s.arlj opporit. I'lk.'a Op.ra Uoua.
GIliSON IIU0S.1 WhoNial. Dul.ri ia Uatt,
Cap., straw QooOa, aud Furl, li W. Pearl 81.
FA It AIR US wanting th. BEST HAND LOOM ll
ai. for wearing all klnda of eloth, ahould proeur. MF-N
DKNIIALL'B, with lata) Improv.m.iitt. It la livvl
ohild eaa arxirate For oireulnr. and amnloe of
Wearing, addreaa, with Itamn, OltKKNVt OOD LOOk
COMPANY, Cincinnati, o, Offic. removed to 16U Car
fitr.t, betwe.n Uaoa and Elm,
HYATT'S LIFJS H ALU AM
Ilaa enred over lno,noo aaiea of Rhemnatlitn, Horoful.
Old IJieora. Dapepaia, and all Dioeaaaa arliing fro.
Imparity of the Blood, $1 a bottle; ail for ). Certit
aatw of lu Wonderful Cure, tu be bad of S. t, Ujaar.
1M Elm St., Cineinoali, O,
JOI VIM'S Kill (il.OVHS, I.W pet pal
Worth 12, at 11,11 A Miller., Ill w. Fourth St.
VXIO.V COAL OIL C LAMP CO.
W. II. AI.OItlCH, Aieot. Lamp., I.aatarw
Olae. War., Window Ulaaf, Prnll Jan, Carbon, Beoila.
Linued aud Ijrd Oil,. No, t W. Second bt.
Sbop, b. K. eor. beeoud A Elm btf.
fJIl:SiM-:it .1- Kfliri.TZ. Eocin.lM..hiai
3f Patent Wood Working Alarbmerv, Planing Alaeliine.
Saah. Molding, and T.ttoniiia Macliluoa. .to. Warranto.
J. A. l.'A V A' I ManufActur.re nf .verr vavat-
luperior to anv iauao, MannTnctory aud Offic, etra.:
fohn A Front HU. Svnd for circulara.
'aw-.Milla, Portable A .Statiuar- blviitn Euginee, UeUer
tud Mill llaehiuorr of all kinda. l.KI W, Second (fV
1.V.K Ar. f. I.' A V ITT. M.nnrntipMp. Ar riN.1.'
MILL FUJI. MS II I AO.
Hill-stone Manufactory. Alill (Jeariu.. nltinr CIMI,a !
TIIOS. lllt ADI OII II X: CO.. French tnr,
Portable Milli, Smut Mill,, Leather aud Uum IMMag.
9 Walnut btreat.
MOX V MUSTS.
3ootch Granite, Italian Marble Moniimenta. lleeiofa if
ill Native Uranitet. 2.U and ii? W. Viftb St.
T. WIIITI Jk MfkV. Intnorter. at th. e.lokmt.i
UK IO Kit & HUM). Sheet Miielc. Mualeal
inatrumeute. 8'lo Agent, lor Trayaer. Bobiaaon A Co. '
Plaaoe. -Zol W. Filth bt.
l'AIXTH Jt OILS.
WM. It. COX tk CO..
fVIIOLESAI.R RETAIL DEALERS IS FAINTS.
)I1.S, WINDOW QLAbS rAl.NTEHM' MATUilAL,
173 Kace Street.
PALMKll'S LOTWX at l'LllFUMKRY.
PAIMKII'S VKtitTAItLfi C05MKI1IJ LOTION
the aoverelga bilm for the emalleit piinpl. on lb. face,
well aa tlia moat diatreeiiog eataueoua dieeaae that eaa
JHiet aa.v part of the peraon.
rjuiTir.t.s. l!tn Oct. SJ, 11.
Mr. SolowPalmkr: VenrSir Your Lotion baaeureil
ae of Tetter of thirty ycara' atanding. No araeant of
noner would tempt me to be without It for mvarif or
mmily, a. I And it equallr good for every thing w'aore aa
aternal aprlication i. reoliirvd. aa well ae euta. arniiea.
nd all aimilar accidents; alto feurna: preveatlag tha
brmatioa of a bliater, and taking out the aoreneal almoek
MraejjHitoly. 1 have not written the above aa a puff for
ronrrnodiciu., but purely from adeatre that thoee afflicted:
vltrrett.r, or any other dieeaiie of th. Ikm, may avail
MQui.oi , e, ui .mi pricoicu rcracoy.
nespactiuiiy, .to., juil.t MblXLIl.
For (ale by all Druggliu, Prepared only tf
No. 36 W. Fourth .St., Cinclnaittl, O.
Also) mannfaetnrarof Pcrfumerv and iobbef la Comba.
3raebef,and Toilet Uooda geaerally, -
rj. tiirLj.ii c. cv nianuiaeturan ana am.
wrtera pf Vapor Jlanglnga, yl Main St.
aper Hanging, and W indow bhadcl. 07 vT.Trtb St.
CAMAitrjfi AiA.Mri'ACTi.RiaMa cn.-
JtOTART riMP et JiXGIXE CO.
,nd Power Pumps. Oil. Lard, and llcer Puwltia: Steam
Slanufacturere of the.llardr A Slorrla latent Ciiter.
Work, eor. Third A PhUa. 8ln., Coviagtea, Xy.
iddrea. J. E. Baker, agent. '
'Ir. Pumpa: bt.am Engine, eta. Office 079 w. Fifth
STJJAM 1-U A1VS.
fteam Pipe aud Fittings, Water aud Steam Guagee,
ieaeral Uraat Work, bend for llleatrated Circular awl
.'rice-Hat. 1 18 E. Second St.
IDPR JL- CO. Kt.am Pumne and Roller Peodera.
KCiGKRT, DILLS efc CO., SucwMor. to Wm.
ggert. Domestio and bpauiih Leaf Tobaeeo. Alaar
leliaom and llriar ripes. S'd W. Second St.
MITCHKLT. .A: CO. Oi.o Cosoatu Fim-ctn
a-wi50 Toaicco Wohju; aleo other brand, of Chaw
g aad Smoking Tobacco. 13 Watar Street.
riSHS AXD 1AYED FLAXJXO BITS.
Laved l'la.lng BiUj Paper, Shingle, aad Agricultural
Knlvee; Bridge Bolu. Anrlle and Vltea repaired. Solid
Viae Boiee on hand. 21 1 W. Second St.
VfkVI Iri M. u I (1 I'll Vl.u,
Coracta, Skirt., Umbrella, raraaola, Dreaa Trimming.
M.Ur White. Ci4e, LaeM, Kmbewideiiaa, Owl
raraiahing Oaode. Cor. Pearl A Walnut Sle.
K. HKOWN A- CO. Iloal.rr. Tarna. lerhrre.
lone. Ureti Trimminia. llooa Sklrtl. and WhIM Uooda
ADAM KPPr.YJkSltN. Uoaierv. Olovee. Una,
Weat Pearl "trert.
aot failed, aftor tw.nty yean trial, la a alngle ea
Ooaorrhea. Oat a treatia. oa Venerial Dieeaae el
Til R OLD KCI.URI.R n. K. KEMKDl
yeeu drakgUt gria, Wbolea.le Depot. K.AlaereadyJ
. ColntnUaA WalautB
Advertise Iu the Iteeord."
The riToj flowed Ub trie light oil It
And the waves wora eddying by,
And the round, red eua wont down In tho
' We.tt,- t "
When my lovi'a loviiij )ip to my lips
wore prct, . . .
Under the evening sty,
Now weeping ulone by ihe river I tray.
For my love hua left me this miiny aduy,
Left me to drooped die.
As tho rivorflow-cd then tlH. rlvxiffllwa
- In rirpla an4 foam and ptiiy, . ..
On by tlioj-1 nrtli, and rouno by Ihnhill,
Sid under the uluioo by. t"id oil burnt
And out to tha failing dhy.
Cut I lovu it no more, for delight grows
Whon tho t ong s ung 1111 1 the Ulo is to'.d,
And (ho hcurt isglvon nwuy."' -
0! liver, run far! () river, inn fast!
01 weodn, tlont on to the cul .
For tha fiiuhusgotio down cn my boau'j
fill ptat, ,
And thu h.ipo that liho broad on (hi) wa-
tcra I cat
Iln drifted away liko tlieel
So tho ilrenin H is flud, and tha day it is
And my lips will murmur the nuitio'ot
0110 ' '
Who will never cornel nek to me.
A PATCHED HERO.
Tlio extent to which moileni
surgical science is sometimes
nMnin,.n,,;. .u ,
alarming as war, is amusingly
j1. iicnn Mcnnier, concerning
tho adventures of a Urclor. at
tho Hotel des Invalides. .The
youth in question had returned
to his duties, after a conge of
six months passed with his fam
ily at the remote regions of
Cape FinisteiTO. JIo came all
tho way to Paris on foot, and
arrived at tho lintel nlmrwf jv.
hausted with faticue. wishinc
tor nothing else than permis-
sion to eat Jus supper and get
iu uuu. jutms comrades nau
detected the clinking of some
silver in his pocket, and were
resolveu that tire return of the
invalid should be celebrated
by a supper given at his ex
pense. At supper the toasts didot
fail to follow each other inntrP
. i ., i i . . .i
m succession, mo iicaitn ol the
Emperor, of tho commandant
of the Invalidosi, of all the hi
erarchy of officers, of all their
companions, etc., until at the
end of a counts of hours the
purse of the victim was pretty
well emptied and his brain
considerably bewildered. At
this juncture the corpoval of
uie servico rose, drew out his
watch and said to the Breton:
"Well, my boy, enough of
gayety and nmncmen't. " It is
time to think of tho duties of
"The service!" piteously re
peated tho poor injihnier.
"Certainly," repeated thd
corporal, in a tone of command.
"You are not hero to do noth
ing, I suppose, my friend. Du
rand, conduct this man imme
diately to tho captain. It, will
be your business, infrrrjer Tar
rock, to undress this officer,
assist him to bed, and sleep
yourselt besido him on a mat
tress, in case he need you in
tho night. Knough ! lie oil'!
You will find that it is no kill
ing matter, and that you are
treated considerately on ac
count of your youth, your fa
tigue and your good sentiments
for the Government. To vour
Upon this, his companions
led tho Ureton from the scene
the festivities to a great
parlor of the Hotel des Inva
lides, where, seated on an im
mense sofa near tho lire-place,
sat the captain. Ho received
the man ungraciously enough,
swearing and scolding in a
voice at once shrill and sonor
ous, and demanding what they
meant by keeping him waiting
long. When he had suffici
ently vented his spleen he or
dered them to put him to bed
immediately. The Ureton took
hold ot ono arm, his compan
ion of the other, and the three
slowly climbed tho immense
staircase, to tho officer's bedroom.-
There the Breton was
left alopo with his charge."
The captain, still in a bad
humor, began by throwing hie
hat on the table, removing his
wig, and ordering l'arveck to
put on his night-enp. Then
with his left hand the invalid
unfastened a leather strn'p,
which was concealed under his
uniform, and held out his right
arai to tho poor1 youth, who
stood ;astonished, and hardly
knew what to-do. The arm
fell noisily on the. floor, and its
fall provoked a new fit of In
dignation on tho part of the
"Well, Loony," ho exclaimed,
after a series of walks, and at
the same time unlasteninj? a
new strap, "I aunnose vnn will
do the same for my leg?" and
ho handed hH left leg to Ihe
in firm fa: "2vov put me to
bed," exclaimed tho old man,
passing liis arm round tho neck
of Jiis attendant, who, lifting
the oilicer to lay lniii on the
h i j. i .
Pll. lflllTiil lllmcnlf nlnco In l.t'c
face, ami noliced that the nose
seemed to shine like metal.
, . w . . ..ovjt l,lu.'o ... , a
"Fill my dass and mv basin
with water!1' When this order
un .i Avn....ln.1 1. - T . t I - 1
ot Ins eyes and repeated, "l'ul
uuu in me glass-, ana as i'ur-
veck obeyed, the invalid nut
his hand in his mouth and with
drew a silver apparatus which
served him for a palate, and to
which a uoso of the same met
al was attaciied, and handed
both to the Ureton.
Uut he, overwhelmed, terri
fied, his head bewildered by
his rather copious libations,
began to believe that he had
to do with Satan. Uttering a
cry of horror, he crossed him
self, and rushed into tho neigh
boring dormitory, palo and
trembling. An immense burst
of laughter received him, and
he fell in a swoon. A week's
. . i i . .i
M"er aim ueierium was me
, i v m i
tac p 111 !" licre tho
mother is the drudge, to
see thcdnulitei'.s elegantly
dressed, reclininj; sit their
ease, Avilh their drawings,
their music, their fancy
works, and tlicii- reading;
beguiling themselves of the
1:,1)SC of hours, days ami
weeks, and never dreaming
ot their responsibilities,
but as a necessary consequence-
of neglect of duty,
growing weary of their
useless lives, laying hold of
every newly-invented stim
ulant to amuse their droop
ing energies and Warning
their fate when they--dare
not blame their God for
haying placed them 'where
they are. These individ
uals will oflcn tell you with
an air of afiecteil compas
sion for who can believe
it real? that poor dear
mama is working herself to
death. Yet no sooner do
they suppose that they
slVould assist h'er than they
declare she is quite in her
element; in short that site
would never be happy if
she had only half as much
limy curl-US luimem m
tho Milwaukee Sentinel !
who writing under a nom.x
plume, had attracted ;
considerably attention, re-j
ceived a note from a iren-
tlenum admirer, recently, !
who said that a lady who j
could put such beautiful j
thoughts on paper must be j
equally gifted m person,,;
etc., etc., and would be I
happy to meet her "by j
moonlight alone, to which
she wrote, an nssnnr Kim
she wrote an assent. She
came to the rendezvous
veiled, they walked, he
talked, he made love;
iiiiaiiiv kjiiuim consent, xo
take a little kiss, the veil;
was raised for the purpose,
sind the stricken gent Io
nian gazed upon the comely
features of his own wife!
"Paxic" is derived from the
Sylvan deity, Fan. At the
battle of Marathon, Fan is said
have appeared, like Theseus,
the side of the Greeks, smit-
ing the Persians with that irre
sistible fear a Panic; hi grut-
eiouuic icdt il t null.. Ill i: ill- I
itude for which the worship of;
Pan was introduced at Athens, j
The brain and tho stomach
seem to bo in opposition to
each other; when the latter is
empty tho former is more ac
tive. At Erie, Pa., the gas is so bad
that the boy who puts the
lights out in the streets carries
lantern about to" find the
Betwkeh Memphis and Nash
ville is tho following inscrip
tion on a sign board at a rail
road crossing: "Look oiit for tho
Iniino wen tho wislo- bloes or
A correspondent of tho In
dianapolis Journal, writing
ft.,.,.. tl. tj.,i I. .r .1
state, relates the following in-
Kobert Lewis, a young man
without homo or kindred, who
had to iMrn his bread by hard
daily labor, early in the war,
. . ..
nn, ftr I wi m,,i,n,
aeina lit nit; llilllllliuui nj.'C, Cll-
tcred the service as a private
;,, fjr,,, M.innn,i, , ;,..
the S3il Indiana. At tho lal-
- - - livvuvi J Jiv .IIUV II I.
tlo ol Chickasaw I J tills, Kob
si10der. After mticli suffer-
infr ,0 returned to his fnrmnr
home. Tho loss of an arm
seemed only to impress liiin
with the idea that tho greater
energy would be required if he
would make an honorable liv
ing, lie began to f.tudy at
night and every leisure mo
ment. tS-noh ho qualified him
self for teaching. About this
time he did what would be
usually, under similar circum
stances, a very foolish thing
ho got married. Hut his . wile
accepted, tho situation, and
was willing to laugh at poverty
mill linln LrM I, nc 1,.-, .-,1 nr1...
tiiejr i)ro.1(i j,. f!1fr,,f. n
school in ihe winter, and in the
spving began to build a house.
I was through his house a day
or two ago. It has six rooms,
is of the Gothic style of archi
tecture, and is neat and sub
stantial throughout. From
foundation to roof, all the work
was dono by this oue-rtrined
man, except that his wife and
her mother assisted in raising
jt. Not being ablo to procure
joists to suit him, he sawed
them out of. wide, two-inch
plank. Ho laid tho founda
tion, built the chimneys, made
the doors and sash; in short, no
sound of hammer or any other
tool was heard about that
house except of those that
were weikied by his arm. Let
any ono try to start a ten-penny
nail with tho use of only
one hand, and lie will doubt
this story, but, as strange, as it
may appear, it is in every res
pect true. It would pay ono
for a trip to Ripley county to
see the ingenioh devices, ol
Kobert Lewis to make the dif
ficult work for a two-armed
man easy of accomplishment
by a ono-armed soldier. At
Iho time I was there, ho was
just completing a baby wagon,
whioh would coinparo with the
neatest of those sold in tho
market, liesides earning a
living, and building a house,
31 r. Lewis is reading law. lie
has .a rPDjarkablo head, and
unless I am mistaken, he wh"!
become eminent. 11c is not
yet twenty-one years old.
fmm his moiuh, siid behind
Ime puif of smoke ob
de jt.c.tod to certain testimony
on the other tide as inad-
A Kansas Court in S.'G
()nrn mi trM-iwiv ('.,
-'..vv tut -ilH'lllt V Ivil
.. ... . . . .
he t o enso. tank i U r-.u
missible. The Justice
.Thc court sustains the
objection, and rules that
the question cannot be
sk0(i at this-tage of the
Inference was that "the
COurt" played poker.
Those who keep their Wag
ons and carriages in good order,
should place a wrench on eve
ry nut at least once a month.
This will save nuts, save bolts
and prevent rattling and wear
and tear. There is a great deal
depending upon looking after
tho running gears of vehicles
as well as the harness. For
want of a little attention acci
dents have happened aiid dam
age been sustained.
The Sultan, while at London,
had a lamb brought to tho pal
acd every morning, which Was
slaughtered there bv his butch-
ii . , , ,
S' , T T
HISO Klllf'M in fliA enmn file unn
--v aiu v a I w t.'uiiiv IllUtlllllle
Tho Sultan always dined alone;
there was a special dinner nre
pared for his son, who also
dined alonej as did his two
Stick to that word "never."
is worth its weight in gold.
Cling to it as a drowning man
clings to a rope. Grasp it firm
ly,, as a soldier attacked on all
sides grasps his sword. God
has said, and will stand to it,
will never leave thee."
. . 1 . i
. A New Yoruc ferry company
has. accumulated - twenty-live
barrels of pennies, and can not
get rid of them. .
.- ADVKKTISING I'M.iMg.
Olie iti:nv,. .t .;..... t-jjl )(
Kuril mlilitional InqHioiL . . .
Curil.-, ipryear, .,.10 OO
J.(."d notices, per liue..,. . -. 15
Yenrly fldYertinenicni JflOO per
column, und fit porportroiKi'.e rate for
less space. Tay able Ui atUauc.. ..
CI? The ltecord bcln' tlio ofTViiil
nupi-r of the-town and county, mnl
having tho largest circulation of-:iny
naper In the county, offers 8ii-rioV
iniliict'iiii'iit to advertifpru. .
A Desperate Encounter.
The Soldier's Messenger lias
been informed that four men
and a boyj belonging to "Fort
Sedgwick, Colorado, were sent
cut after wood. Each was
armed with a Henry carbine,
which is a sixteen-shooter.
They went in an ordinary gov
ernment wagon. When they
reached their place of destina
tion, several miles from tho
Fort, tho men left their arms
in th wagon in charge of the
boy telling 1dm to cook din
ner for them. "While the' lad
was thus engaged, ho saw thir
teen .mounted Indians charge
ing down a bill towards, him.
The danger was great, but the
lad had the pluck of a man.
Jumping into the wagon, with
his knife, he cut a hole in tho
cover, and seizing a rille, ho
rooliy awaited the approach of
the l'oo. When they were within
twenty-fivo feet ho fifed, and
brought tho chief to the
ground, This unexpected sal
utation caused the savages to
to retreat as rapidly as they
advanced. After a brief cou-
sulfation they charged the
rcrond time. Tho lad again
fired and emptied another sad
dle. Six more shots were fired
iu rapid succession. The sav
ages concluded a largo number
of them were using tho wagon
for a fortress, and retreated
over the hill. But before tho
lad had time to congratulate
himself, they returned wjth
seventeen comrades. Instead
of approaching the canvas
fortress, they discreetly re
mained at a distance, iand
opened lire with arrows and
ri lies on their invisible foe.
When the lad fired they took
aim af tho smoke. But the
boy "flanked" this manoeuvre.
If ho tired from tho front fiart
of tho wagon, he would in
stantly spring to tho rear,, and
let a dozen bullets whistle
For two long hours the bat
tle raged. At length the nav
ages suddenly retreated, leav
ing five of their number dead
on the field. Tho arrival of
assistance relieved the boy
from his perilous situation, arid
prevented a renewal of the at
tack. Tho scalp of the chiet can
bo seen not far from our office.
The Old Woman.
Once she was " Mother," and
it was 'Mother, I'm hungry,"
"Mother, mend my jacket,"
"3Iother, put up my dinner;"
and "Mother," with her loving
hands would spread the bread
and butter and stow away tho
luncheon, and sew on thegVeat
patch, her heart brimming with
allection for the imperious lit
tle curly pate that made her
many steps and nearly distract
ed her with his boisterous
Now she is the "old woman," '
but she did not think it would
ever come to that. She looked
on through the fuluro years
and saw her boy to manhood
grown, and ho. stood transfig
ured in tho light of her own
beautiful love. Never was
there a more noble son than
he honored of tho world, and
the stafl'of her declining years.
Aye, he was her. support ev
en then, but sire did not know
it. She never realized that it
was her boy that gave her
strength for daily toil that
his slender form was all that
upheld her over the btiuk of a
dark despair. Slid only knew
how she loved the child, ' and
felt that amid the mist of ago
his lovo would bear her gently
through its infirmities to tho
dark hall leading to the lite
But tho son has forgotter
tho mother's tender ministra
tions now. Adrift from the
moorings of home, ho is -cold,,
selfish, heartless, and "Mother
has no sacred meaning to tho
prodigal. Sho is "the old wo
man," wrinkled, gray, lame and
. Pity her, 0 grave,' and dry
those tears that roll VloWn hev
furrowed cheeks! Have com
passion on her sensitive heart,
and offer it thy quiet rest, that
it may forget how much it
longed to be "dear mother'' to
the boy it nourished through a
careless childhood, buUin re
turn for all this wealth of teu-
derness has .only given back
bitter reproach. 'J - ' ' '
A plain and'unastiming
man is sure to'win the, esteem
of his n eighbor. ' :i K 'L '' " '.
. Let him that ; is'1 assured ho
errs iii nothing take upon him
f AAliilAIMn Aie a aa.a . St ' '
iv vuiiMcuiu cvcijr man mat.
errs in something.