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THE VINTON RECORD.
'JOHN T. ItAPEIt,
Editor and Proprietor.
OFFICEIS. W. Corner of Main and
;Logn fit., Ooposite Court House.
2 A YEA It, IN ADVANCE.
Davll Smart. Samuel W. Kilvert, Jr.
Established 18J2.1
MIAUT & KILVERT,
SUCCESSORS TO PtVlD BMART'l
Wholesale Grocers
AND COMMISSION HERGHAUTS.
Prompt Attention given to tlie
Transfer or PIG IKON and
other Property from and to
Kailroad aud Canal.
Also Agents for the Columbus and
Portsmouth Packets,
Water 'Strent.betuieen raint and Walnut
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
marlllw.viy
WILLIAM POLAND,
: WHOLESALE OltOCEK,
1 Uijuor and Commission Merchants
NO. 20 WATER STRUT,
dtlLLICOTHE, - OHIO.
Ala in Barrels. Half Barrels aod Bottlci.
aovgMv
SIGAB FA0T0BY H0.1, 12th DI3T.
I AU sTIG AIlS !
BHAEFFEIL & IEAMEB,
Taint St.. Four Doors South of Water,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
TTw now on hand a large (took of dry Ci
JLi gnra. Bevernl choice branda La Koe,
Clear HiiTRna, I. X. I,., No. A.Hlug Brand, Ma
eppa.Ao. ,'and the lineal brand of chewing
and snooting tobacco known "rroughoui the
'United 4tate. Wholesale Prii i reduced on
II kind of Tdbaeco and Cigars mc hilly I.
TOWN LOTS AND LANDS
In Zaleski.
THE Zaleaki Company, with a view to the
development of the local Interests of Jsles
ki.to secure it permanent pio-peiity, aid to
add 'to Us population and wealth, are now
ottering to actual -ettleia, town lota and farm
''land, tit low prior, and on liberal terma.
Person denning to examine the property
and to buy cheap limine will apply at the
Company' offices to
K THOMPON, Manager.
Zaleakl, Ohio, May l, IBM. tf
The Most Desirable Ees-
w dence in If cArthur.
IFOGR, SALE.
I OFFER for tale my residence on Nnith
atreel. It consists uf n splendid dwelling
-bouse, well finished, Insnie and out. with
iglll roonsand a good cellar. A gonu otiice
building, Hable, wood and coul house mid oili
er nece-i-sry out buildings. 'Ihe .premises
contain K'J acre, including I aore ol vmetard,
all thrilty iauring vine-; there are also thirty
bewmig spple ces--bc vseiety f si-ofted
fruit, twenty-five heating peach treea besl
bud led fruit, cherries, flinni-cs, pluiiia, and a
variety ofamall Hint For furthtr particulars
inquire Ht the orhee of lliia paper, or at the
premises. Terms easy.
dec3(iiiin S. S. nOLLlSON.
Wheeler & Wilson
Was awarded the highest premium at the
WOBLD'S FATE, LONDON IS 1862
And al the
XXP08 TO.V VSIVEItSELLB, PAniS A'1807,
tt standard machines com piling. In May ni
-this year we introduced to thia county the
Hew Improved Wheeler & Wilson
which not only surpasses all other machine.
but If aa tar it head ot the old V heeler A Wil
ton a uhoold was ahead of other machine
til I. tlie heat lor tain y sewing, ninkea tin
look attti'h and ranks 'hurhmt sn account ui
the elaiicity permanence, lieaul.vand general
dealraldeness ol ita stitching, and the wide
lange of iu application. Hew a fastsr, require,
lea power anil la more durnhle
Than any other Machine in the World
Buy no oilier until you to
line new Improved
Wueelor & M Uson.
The Sewing Machine World
. is challenged-
Old msehlnesTead usted and put in perfect
order at a infling coat by calling on either ol
the agent.
for aale hy
RICHARD CHAN, l.-.-h. ri,.k, n
X)RliK. W. aiddON. J A8'nta' McArthur, 0.
aug 17 1871
A Fine German Chrome
Wl SEND AN ILtOANT HRMO. HOfNTED AND
kkadt roa riAtuxo, rai.a to kyeky aocnt run
UNDERGROUND
OB,
IIFE BELOW THE SUEFAOE,
BY TEQ 8. W.KNOJT,
"942 P'fls Octavo. 130 Fine Engravings
Relate" incident and accident beyond the
light of day; atMrtlinK adventure in all parte
ol the world 'mines and tmide of working
them; undercurrents of aot-iety, (ainMin
and ita horr ira; caverna and their tnyateriea,
the dark waya of wcke Inea; priauna and
ihetr eerreta; don in the depth of the fea
trance atonea of the detectii.n of crime.
The book trealaol tne experience anh brig
anda; in opium den and gimbling hella, life
in prison; atoriea of ezilea; advent irea
m'ng Indiarn.; journey through sewer and
catacomb, accident in mines; pirates and
niraciea; tortures ef tire inqnitffton; wonder
ful burglanea; underworld of the great cities,
etc., etc
AGENTS WANTED
for this work. Exclusive territory given.
Agents can m kf lino per week in selling this
book, bend for circulars aad terms to agents.
jr. b. nvnn tf uitue,
HAPTFORD, CONN., or CHICAGO. ILL.
lniay l7a .
A DOOK FOIT THE MILLION I
jMt&rriSlgQ M.rriH r ifaot shout i
j m mttj mn iha 'liTi. kfical
im T n Q- I miifHrtaMiilwtUttiiutof
wl ibMiii.a.Ttt.vllhtb
HUrt dlWTtrit In frodoclnf bd4 prtrtkUiif (Uprluf,
Tblila an InwrMiing vork ft lm4rctl aid
ftff.,wtta luaeriui iarmlgi4 eoutaitMlukl
inroriauitniifur IboM bgrkirrid,0roobuairltar
rUg . 8UII It I book that itgh t u bt bit umin ittk
Uie ktf. o4 tlai4 etrtUttty aUHt tfct koH.
It toaulM lh txprfflDc o4 adrtc l ft filneiaa
bMrapnMtll vvrM-widt. andthMMlMla tbirt
Tt 4rtr r rwf mUt and ttmtU thmiheut tb ntlr
(lob. It tra bract trtmblnit tba t f ibt gea
triilTiitium that 4 worib knwwUge m4 aiiwa Umi U
ot pubiUbtd la kot tbtr wrk.
IdI l any frm t pMtagc) (WFlflr Ccnti.
flt iMtU, Ma.
Kotlci to lis Afiie.ei tni Unfortunate.
Vt ftrt tppljlm ta tkt iMtrloa aaatha wk a4rartla 1
tablla papiri.ar aataf an uack rtmcdlea pcnitt Or
nil' wrk no mttwr vbat jMrdiaaiM la, or kov 4pf
bltyoar eMtdldM.
nr. aiu aaauura geabw it ar irtBiTaarr
alpr(biaanriaiUiBtrv aad Kitrtpa.aad aaabataaV
iltrd pcraaoilly ar y mall, ea thadlttaata nantlovcd l
ftla varka. 00m aad aarlan. h. 11 M. Eifbtk fttrMt,
tHivatt Mrttt atvi Ckium, fit. Uuti, If a.
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VOL. 24--NO. 10.
MC ARTHUR, OHIO, MA.Y
22, 1873.
WHOLE NO, 1,20 6
O. T. CUNNING,
LAWYER,
ONPICI AT DRTtl STOBB, MAtH (TKIET.
S2aug 187
EDWIN N. BARNniXL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND
NOTARY PUBLIC,
OtBce McArtliur. Ohio.
Will attend promptly to all buito., animated
to his eare. uovll
U. S. CLAYPOOLE,
ATTORNEY AT JL.AW,
(PR0SEC0Ti:.O ATTORWET.)
McARTHUR, O.
Will practice it "inton and adjoining eotin
ttes. Bui,.es entritaled to hi car. piompt
ly attemled to. Office iu Uourt -Hou.e.
jan'U872ly
1IOMEU C. JOKES.
Al TORNEY AT LAW,
MAIN STREET.
McARTQUR, OI1IO.
Ornci: One door west of Dan Will t Bros,
toi.
(anr30y1
AMERICAN HOUSE,
OPP081TB R. R. DEPOT.
IIAMDEN, OHIO.
R. FOX, PROPRIETOR.
Livery Stable$ Attached.
MEAI.8 READY FOR ALL TRAINS.
The House ha ttt been refnrnihed
Ihronghont. Doom clean and comfortable,
the taiilo anpplied with the lt the market
arlonls, and no pain, spared to accomodate
guests. mar, ISt.M ly
HULBERT HOUSE.
Main Streot, Opposite Oonrt House
McArthur, Ohio,
JAMES WORKMAN, Prorrietor
I HAVE taken pnaealnn ofthe ahnv. hotel,
renovated and purl I v refurnished it, and
wil be glad to aerie the old "ul"mer of ihe
houe, and enecially my old friend of Ihe
II licking vnney wnn may re viauiiig inn
koiiiI The table will be lurnjshed wtrtl Ihe
heatthe market atlnrda, and i-are taken to
make gucta comfortable. Good talihng at
Inched in ih house; Ch irgek reaaonable.
13 nar im
AUCTIONEER.
IV ILL attend to all business entruited to
Yl his care.
P. O. ADDHESS:
llEEirS MILLS,
Vinton County, O.
aocll8721m
HEiNKY MAULE,
Merchant Tailor,
Has jiift received his
FALL AN W.NTER STOCK
Of Ihe lalctt ftyles of
Cloths, Cassim'ses and Vesting!.
Which 1 will sell Very Loir for Cab.
CltTSToM work don in the moat fai-hiona
ble and durable manner.
Tlinnkful lor Ilia lila?ral patronage extended
in mo heretofore, I aolicil a cnnliuuance ol
the same. Remember t he place
8ccood Street. Second Ttoor from T,nn.
sing's Corner.
de.9
II. atAl'LE.
JOHN BIEGEL,
Formerly ot Hnniden.l
ANNiCNCF.8to hi, friends m Vrrlon and
adjoining counties that he has bought the
Hotel Formerly Kept by Chas. Smith
Three doors we9t cf Madison, on
FRONT ST.
PORTSMOUTH, O.
He has refitted it Ihronahout. and is prepared
in entertain the ttavehng public at reasonul le
ratea. Ian
McAKTHUR
North-east corner of Main and Jackson streeU
McARTHUR, OHIO
GEO. W. BRCNTON, Troprictoi
Maoufactures
Carriage, liuyuiet. Exi-retset, etc
ALSO, VTAOONS AMD ALL IIKUS Of WAOON WOBI
done to order on short notice.
Painting and Trimming
ot all kinds -executed in the neatest and most
artittiu style.
KtfAiLtNG ol all kinds in my line will be
promptly ami neatl. done.
Work doueatthia ea ablithmcnt is war.
IuiRi U 4o lie substantial, put up aolid and eie
ou'edio ie moat workn snlike manner, not
to oexcMed la any reKxt b ny other ew
iablihmeutin ihecoiunr.
THAT WH1CUIS
WORTH DOING
-is-
WORTH ADVERTISING,
PEINT AND PEOSPEB.
James Unnkle's Estate.
Probate Court. Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTlCEiaherehy given that RarnetAikea.
a guardian of Linnia J , Roliert A , John,
riamh K., Arminda, and Nancy B. I'uukl.,
minora, has filed his a onnts with .aid ward.
j severally, tor hual selMsment with the first
I named, and for psrtial settlement with the
oiner) ana tnai aia several accounts are ,
for hearing on the lih day of May. A. D.
1878, at m o'clock, A.M.
H. B. ATOi Probata Judge.
April St, 1871 tt
AJventmattats bsacrtael at fair Fricea
Important to those
Who need Furni
ture. The extensive Furniture
Ware Rooms of "W. E.
BUSERhasjust been well
filled with an entire new
6tock of elegant styles and
of the newest patterns.
Call and see the Cottage
Bedstead "with very fine
"bracket rail that he is sell
ing at $5.50. Also the
quarter Marble Bureau
with fine fruit carved han
dles at $20.00. In fact all
other goods are Bold lower
than the lowest.
22 PAINT STREET,
Bel. Second and Water,
CHILLICOTHE, O.
SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOTHIITG
FRAICK IIELLMAN,
At his ne place of bualuess,
OOEY'S BLOCK. OPPOSITE UfllON
HOUSE.
CHILLICOTHE, o.
HAS THE
Choicest Stock
OF
Spring and Summer Clothing
IVER brsught to this market, embracing
jtdl the latest and moat fiiMhionahte style,
in! in accordance with the lale.t In-hiom
h hen you want a nobby suit dou't fall to call
on t-'rauk. tie aUe Clflo and
Makes Garments to Ordei
and has a full line of
Cents' Underwear
HATS AND CAPS, &C.
til elullilnsr marked down to the LOW
INT I IGI KKN. Uivetnea oill and I will
warrant satlalactluu
2aj.r FRANK HF.I.I.MAN
WALL HA Fh I '.
WINDOW SHADES,
YEi & CO.,
Union Block, Saooad St,. Uhillioothe,
1NVITK til estt.ation of houseneepera o
tlds place and viuimiy to their stuck ul Wall
I'aper.
ALL NEW STYLES,
full TUB
Spring Trade of 873
large nxasilnieiit jitat leceived. Call aud
exnmitie when you are in Uhilllcothe.
linen and Paper Window Shades. Hut
tic Shade, at cast; a ynod Assort
ment of MUce.llanenus and
School Books, (stationery, Fancy
Articles, Cc.
1 oo6d'book
agents wan! ed,
Dick's ENrrcr.oPEi'iA or Practical Rr-
cut-is ani Psm saasa. Contsiningn.t'il pran
ttcul receipu, written in a p am and popular
inai ner, aud illustrated with explanatory
wondeuts. Heing a comprehensive bonkuf
r lerence tr the merchant, mmiuf icturer, ar
liian, amateur and hoiiaekeeper, including
medicii-e, pharmacy and domestic economy
The ecnpn of this work ia ennrely dirt-rent
from any other hook 01 Ihe kind. Heinea
being a complete and alnnst indn-peniiUe
b. ok of reference fur the thousand ami one
receipt and ai tides needed in every h-iUs-
hold, farm, garden, etc.. it include clear and
eail uiidkrotoiid direction for th applies
linn of many of h art uuallya.-qui red "lily
by long experieu-e. and -o iiiveaeed of tea h
nichalinea, or the tec-bnicalilie ol terma used
ss lull jr explained aa to bring the entire aub
Ject within Ihe coinprehenion ofanjr person
ol ontwary imeiltgence. I'reiniinent aitntug
thehninenae ni-s nf auhiect, treated of in
ttte book are tlie Pillowing:
The Art ol lijeniK, Hard 8nlt and Toilet
Soap, 1 mining, iMatillatinn, Imitation l.tq
oora. Wine, ilorhala and Hitter-.. ,:ider,
Brewing, feiufmerv.Flavorma Essence, etc.,
I o-nieiii-H, Hair I've and Washes, Pomades
and I'erhiRied oil-', Tooth Pnwders. ete Hy,
up, Ab-ohol and Alcoholmelry, Penot- um
and Kerosene- Bleaching end Cleaning, Via
ear, tiaui-ea, Catatips and Pickets, Receipts
tor Ihe Garden, To teniovetaiiis,Spota,etfl.,
Pvrotechny and Kx leaive. Cements, eie
WaierpruoHng. Arlinctal, Gem, Inks and
Writing Kluiiia, Aniline Cclnra, Painls and
Pigment. I aiming and Paper-hanging, Ka1
eomineand Wmtewnali, Varniiiiing and Pol.
th ng, Lubricator, Japanning and Lacquer.
irg.Hooland Harness HlaStinK- Photog aphv,
Melat and Alloys, lidding, Hllvering. etc..
fCWirntyping, Klectrnplaling. etc., Patent
Medicines, Med.ial Receipt-, Weight and
Measure. 8uT ages, rcyal oeuvo, cloth.
Price IVIKI Kmsr
I'lOe. A FITZtiEPALI'.PuWnfher-, h.'.V.
JOB WORK
EXECUTED
NEATLY & PROMPTLY
--A.T
THIS OFFICE
[For the Record.
EDUCATION.
Education is iba knowledge
derived from a course of study.
A good education is one of
the few things ia ibis worli,
which cn not be taken from
man, and is of inestimable val
ue to the posseseor The youth
of the present day enjoy a
great advantageous? their fore
fathers and the young people of
past years, and we are glad to
see that they are not so blind
to their own interests as to
r.eglect this privilege, which
ihey shouid esteem so highly.
For (he past fw yars in
wlikhr- we.have been per
mitted to notice, the youth of
our country have been taking
an interest and working seal
ously to reap the harvest which
is offered and to benefit by the
ree gi:t of auniversal educa
tion" which our grekt and pros
perous state proffors to its ris
ing people. ;
Iii our own county we see it
appreciated as it should be.
Ve notice with pleaFure the
report of our county examiners
which shows that our ladies
and gentlemen, from the ages
of sixteen to tventy-one, are
making application and stand
uucesFlul examination, receiv
ing certificates for from six to
eighteen months. This speaks
well for our boys and girls.
Although some may not be
successful the first attempt, ii
is no disgrace to l'a(l Examin
ations tre of a very different
character now from, what they
were twenty five years ago. A
gentleman of my acquaintance,
now perhaps, fifty years of age,
who has tauirlit school in thu
v y
and some of the Rejoining
counties, said, "that bis certifi
cate having expired, he started
to the residence of one of the
Board of Examiners to ascer
tain when the Board would
ne xl meet. Being a farmer, our
ii iend found him on his 'arm in
a sugar camp. Uaving in
formed him of his errand, the
examiner said that he would
propose a problem, and if he
would solve it satisiactoiily he
would grant him a certificate.
Having agreed to this, a new,
poplar, sugar trough was turn
ed over, the bark stripped oft.
and a pencil given to tlie ap
plicant. The problem was pro
posed, solved satisfactoril,v,mid
the certificate granted. In tliif
day such would be considered
a novel proceeding. But lime
brings changes. Our examin
ations last from one to two
days, and include from 6ix to
ten branches.
Although you may never
teach, to apply will do you nn
harm. Our examiners are
pleasant, affable gentlemen,
and will be glad to see you at
tneir Board.
Tls education lorma the common
U,lll(J,
Just as tliti twig is tent, the tree's in-
R.
A gkntleman who takes con
siderable interest in- mailers
connected with natural history.
gives us a hint lor Ihe con
struction of blue bird boxes
which he hoped Ihe boys
would take kindly to, and
which would be sure to give
them much pleasure. It was
to take a cocoanut, saw a piece
off one side, which would then
allow of Ihe meat being taken
out with a case knife, then
bore a couple ol holes in tun
lop, through which wires are
to be passed and twisted
around a limb of a tree in the
yard. Then your blue bird has
a place ready made, and ten
lo one, be comes and sets up
housekeeping forthwith, and
all summer is while raising
his family as canning and in
teresting as can be, to repay
you for the trifling work ol
providingliim with a local hab
itation. ronton Journal. .
Dh. Bowers, Dentist, Mc Ar
thur.O.
Making and Enjoying Money.
All men may coma to com
petence, not all men to wealth
or riches. Nearly all mem
Uenry Ward Beecher says,who
go into the field expecting
great riches are doomed to dis
appointment. For there is a
genius lor earning ia some men
who have not the genius for
keeping what they have earn
ed. There are home men that
will make money anywhere and
anyhow. Of those that will
make money there are proba
bly but lew who naturally
know how to keep it. Alas,
there are a great many good
men who do not know how to
keep it. Tne power of money
making is Hot in ratio to the
general thinking power. A
man may be able to tbiuk as a
geographer, or aB a historian,
or as a mathematician and yet
not be able to make money.
To look at things and see their
scientific relation is one thing
and to see their marketable re
lation is another. Many men
have that ability, and such men
will amass large property with
great facility. The great ma
jority of mankind will, liowev
er, amass only a competence,
or. enough to satisfy their daily
wants, for the education of
their household, and perhaps a
little over, and that is all. But
i hat is enough. If a man does
not find he is amassing money,
let him not despair. A man
may be very happy and yet
not very rich. Indeed to be
very lich is not the royal road
tobiippiness justuow. It does
not require near so much as
many imagine. Only abou' as
much has a direct relation to
the general happiness ot the
possessor. The rest of the
property, if there be more, re
lates to the injury of the owner
I think a German or a French
man will exirart more happi
ness out of an income ol $1,000
;t year than an ordinary Amer
ican will out of $20,000. I
iliink we do not know how to
use it fur the production ol
happinpss. This is an art yet
to be learned by Americans.
To Make Boys Good Farmers.
The American Agriculturist
snyt-: -'Induce them lo take an
interest in the larnci, in the im
plements, in the stock, tell
them all your plans, your sue
cesses and failures, givo them a
history of your life and what
you did, and how you lived
when a boy; but do not harp
too much on the degenerate
character ot'young men ol the
present age; praise them when
you can, aud encourage them
io do still better. Let them
dress up in tho evening, instead
of sittirg down in their dirty
clothes in a dirly room. Pro
vide plenty ol light, Thanks
to kerosene, our country homes
can be brilliantly lighted us
ihe gas-lit residences ia the
city. Encourage the neighbors
to drop in of evenings. Talk
agriculiurer.il her than politic;
speak ot Ihe importance of
large crops, of good stock, of
liberal reeding, and of the ad
vantage of making anima's
comlorl able, rat her-t han ofthe
lurd times, low prices and high
wages. Above all, encourage
ihe boys to Tead good agricul
tural bonks. Papers are well
enough, but an intelligent boy
wants tomelhing more. Get
bun si me agricultural book to
study. Read it with him, and
give him Ihe benefit of your
experience and criticism. When
be has mastered this give him
another. In our own case, we
owe our love for farming prin
cipally to the fact that our
lather told us of everything he
was doing on the farm; answer
ing all the questions, and en
couraging rather tban refusing
our childlike desire of helping
to plow, to chop, to let off wa
ter, and fire the brush heap.
Beef a la mode-ox.
New Exemptions.
The tendency on the part of
the law-makera is steadily to
ward mitigation of the condi
lion of the poorer classes. The
time is within the recolection
ol many readers, when imprls
onment for debt was rigorously
enforced in Ohio; and when
this was abolished, a great etec
was taken in the direction of
humanity. Soon after, in pur
suance of the same policy, the
Legislature began to relieve
needy debtors by exempting
one article of property alter
another from sale under exe
cution. By an act passed April
15th, 1863, (his list is still fur
ther enlarged by toe addition
of property of every person
who has a family, and -every
widow, which ia exempt, as
follows:
1. All wearing apparreljneces
sary beds and bedding; stoves
and pipe necessary for Ihe pur
pose of coouing and warming,
together with fuel for 60 days
2. One cow, or household
furniture to the value of $35;
two swine or pork thereof, or
lurniture to value of $15; 6
sheep, or wool or cloth thro-
t'rom, or furniture to value of
$15, with lood for animals for
60 days.
3. Bibles, hymn books,
school-books, and lamily pic
tures. 4. Provisions fo amount of
$50, and household and kitch
en fumituro to value of $50.
5. One sewing machine;
one knitting machine; tooh
and implements necessary fo
carry on the dehfor's trade,
not to exceed $100 in value.
6. Personal earnings of the
debtor and his minor children
lor 3 months previon fo judg
ment, when it is shown that
Ihe same are necessary to the
support of the dobtor or his
family,
7. All specimens, cabinets
of natural history or science,
except such as may be kept
for exhibition for gain.
8. Draymen, (Ihe heads of
families) may each hold a dray,
horse and harness; a farmer a
horse or yoko of oxen and
wagon; and a physician one
horse, saddle and bridle, and
books, medicines and instru
ments to amount of $100.
A few days since, on a farm
tix miles from Ft. Wayne, Ind.,
on the Blufton mad, there was
loaled a horse colt which was
part human. It had tho head,
neck, breast and forelegs of a
horse, and the rest of its body
was human. It was foaled alive,
and no doubt would have lived
and been the greatest mon
strosity ever create I. The
owner, however killed the
creature as soon a3 it was
foaled.
Rica silvor mines have been
discovered in Putnam county,
W. Va., says the Gallipolis
Bulletin. Putnam county ad
joins Cabell county, and the
lands upon which the mines
have been found are owned by
Henry Pike, of New York city,
brother of the late S. N. Pike,
the opera house builder.
The will of Mrs. Keziah
Davis, of Pike county, which
disposes ot a quarter of a mil
lion dollars worth of property,
is to be contested, on the
grounds of a want of authority
in Mrs. Davis to dispose ot the
property as she did.
A Boston dispa'ch, May 10,
says; ,lIn the Superior Court,
this afternoon, Judge Colt or
dered a decree of divorce, ab
solute, in the case of Senator
Charles Sumner vs. Alice' M.
Summer, on the ground Of live
years' desertion."
A Wisconsin man was fWd,
five dollars for cutting off a
cat's ears with a jack knife.
He will use a razor in the future
AUVEUTISiJvO TEXtMS.
Ppe square, l OO
Korti4auionaHriertIoa AO
Cardi, per raj jq q0
Local notice, per line, l&
Yearly- adfertiattmenU $100 OO
column, and at proportionate rate pei
JjesMpace. Parable In advance.
GIT Toe Eocord belntr the official
paper of the town, and bay in a; ta
largest circulation of auy paper ia t
county, offers superioi InJucemectf
t Aflvprrlaeri.
Plentiful Applicants for
office.
Laboh ia vain The work of
miner.
Emptt The head of many
city frthers.
Filled The application-ior-office
letter-box.
Does the steam of a vessel
support the boughs. ,
Are the Kaw Indians related
to the crow tribe.
Products of the Indian war
A new crop of colonels.
A desperate reporter is try
ing to interview the first shad.
4 Chips'' sayB our jokes are
worthy of Punch punch on
the head.
Speakisq by the card Cor
responding tinder the new
postal law.
Women should be. employed
on railroads. They can attend
lo switches.
.
First preparations for anrr
mer recreation among politi
ciansPlace hunting.
The striking coopers threat
en to put "a head on" those
who take their places.
Lazy women neglect to mend
their garments because "they
are eager for Ihe fray."
A Georgia judge fined four
lawyers $5 each for laughing
in court, the other day.
- A STEAMER recently launch
ed, to ply in Oregon waters, is
named the Don't Bother Me.
One hundred and fifty Iroops
left New York Sunday for the
Modoc lava beds.
Gold is found in Lapland,
and Russians and Norwegians
are flocking to the diggings.
Uncle Sam should discard
the eagle and adopt the rac
coonit has so many rings in
its tail.
There are no grounds for the
rumor that a hot coffee spring
has been discovered in California.
A Danburt bride received
among her wedding gifts, a re
ceipted bill of eighty dollar
for gate hinges.
"I am well through my pane,;
as the boy who had his tooth
drawn said when he threvr
stones at the dentist's window.
The Monthly Report of the
Commissioner of Agriculture,
just received, reports the
wheat prospect at the close ot
the winter, belter than in 1S72
A Methodist clergyman ia
this conference was recently so
deeply impressed with the evil
of chewing tobacco that be
gave up the habit and went to
smoking. Danbury News.
The work of stocking the
lakes and rivers of Wisconsin
with salmon trout is being car
ried on in earnest. Over forty
thousand have been put in
this season.
It is not an uncommon thin;
on the Pacific slope for editors
to get rich and retire from,
business. Chas. Newell, of the
Oregon Herald, is the latest
victim of this eort.
The citizens cf Pensacola.
Florida, have recently held a
meeting and appointed a com
mittee to request the Governor
to call a special session of th
Legislature to consider. .tji
subject of the annexation. st
Vest Fiorida to Alabama.
Thr-revenue .from manufac
tured tobacco in ten months of
the present year is only thre a
hundred thousand ddfiars le ss
than the entire ,receip'.s)t th
previous year, nw'.UiBMkn
ing the redaoe lax.

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