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THE VINTON RECORD.
JOHN T. KAPEIt,
Editor and Proprietor!
OrriGE-.tr. . Corner of Main and
Logan Sts., Oopoaite Court House.
$2 A VKA.lt. IX ADVANCE.
Cavil Smart. Barnrrel W. Kllvert, Jr.
Established
MlYKT & KlkTVERT,
SUCCESSORS TO PlVlD 8MART1
Wholesale Grocers
MTD COMMISSION MERCHAHTS.
Prompt Attention given to tlie
Transfer of PIG IKON and
other Property from and to
Uailroad aud Canal.
Also Agent for the Columbus and
fortsmouth. Packets,
Water Street.betweeH Paint and Walnut
CHILLICOTHE, "OHIO." '
mar II IHou It
WILLIAM POLAND,
WHOLESALE G1COCEH.
Liquor and Commission Merchants
NO. 30 WATER STREET,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
Ale in Barrels, Half Barrels and Bottles.
nor2m
CIGAR PA0T0BY N0.1, 12th DIST.
CIGARS! CIGARS!
SHAEIFEB & KEAMER
Taint St., Tour Doors South of Water,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
nave now on hand a large stock of dry Ci
gars. Several choice brands La Kose,
Clear Havana, I.X. I.., No. A. King Brand, Ma
aappa.Ao., and the fluent brands of chewing
and smoking tnbsecn known irrotighoiit Ihe
United rttalea. Wholsssle Prii -1 reduced on
til kind of Tobacco snd Cigar mchl9yl.
FOB SALE.
TOWN LOTS AND LANDS
In Zaleski.
THR Znleaki Compsny, with a view to the
development of the lociil interests of Mr
ki, to secure it. permanent piosperily, Ht.il lo
add lo its nopulsiinn snd wealth, are now
ottering to aoiualetlleia, town lota and farm
land, at low prices, snd on liberal terma.
Persona denning to examine the property
sod to liny cheap houses will apply at the
Company's offices to
K. THOMP-ON, Manager.
Znleakl, Ohio, Ma 18, 1871. tf
The Most Desirable Eei-
denoe in MoArthur.
I OFFER for tale my residence on North
street. It consists uf a splendid dwelling
house, woll Unfiled, insitle and out, Willi
eight ronnsnnd a good cellar. A good office
building, stable, wood andconl house and oili
er necessary otitLiiiltlinga. .'I he premises
contain Vt acres, ineludifig I sere of unetard,
all thrifty w iring vmea; there are nlso thirl y
hearing apple trees-beet varisty of grafted
fruit, twenty-five laring peach treee-benl
budded fruit, cherries, quinces, plums, and a
variety of srnsill liuit Korlurthtr particulars
inquire at llee olhce of this paper, or at the
premises. 'terms easy,
dec.! 8. 8. DOLLISOH.
Wheeler & Wilson
Was swarded the highest premium at the
WORLD'S TAIE, LONDON IN 1862
And si the
EXP0BTI0S VS1VEIISF.LLE, PAttlS .V1SG7,
82 sts.idard machines competing. In May nl
this year we introduced to this county Hie
New Improved Wheeler & Wilson
ishlch not only surpasses all ether machines.
- but if as rar ahead of I he old U heeler A Wil
son aa the old was ahead of other machines
l la the beat for Iniii ly sewing, makes the
I ock stitch and ranks highest oa a. count ol
: I he elsstieily (KTmsncwe, beauty and general
desirableness ol its stitching, snd the wide
range of it application. 8evrsfsster,re,uires
leas power ami la more durable
Than any ether Machine in (he World
Buy no olher until you Irj
line tew Improved
Wheeler & WIlNon.
The Sewing Machine World
is challenged.
Old machines rend listed nnd put in perfrc.
order at n lulling coat b calling on either ul
the agents.
Kor sale by
RICHARD CRAW, 1 . ta McArthur O
aug 17 1871
A Fine German Chromo.
WE SEND All Il.r.OT chromo. mocstfd asd
stiur ra raAHixa, ran to kveri aoent fob
UNDERGROUND
OB,
LirE BELOW THj3 SURFACE,
DYTHOS. W.KNOX,
942 P'gs Octavo. 130 Fine Engravings
Relates incidents and accident, beyond Ihe
light of day; startling adventures in all psns
ol Ihe world mines snd mode of working
them; undercurrents ol society, gainoiuu
an. I it hnrr irs: cavern and their lu vteriea.
the dark ways of weke lnss; prison snd
their secreis; down in the depths of the sea
sir ing ato'ies of the detection orcnme.
The book Irenlaol tneexiienencewiihbrig
anils; in opium dens and gimbling hells, lite
It prison; stories of exile; adrent ires
among Indisns; journeys through sewers snd
catacombs, scenients in mines; pirates nnd
piracies, tortures orthe inqiiimt on; wonder
till burglaries; underworld of the great cities,
etc., eta.
AGENTS WANTED
Zap Ihii wnrlr. FvMnaivA ten llnrv mven,
Agents can m ik tlndper week in selling this
book, semi for circulars ami terms vo sgenis.
j. b. Biinn tt tiruE,
H APT FORD, CONN., or CHICAGO. ILL.
lAmay 1874
'A BOOK FOR TIIE MILLIOX t
Iarriagoj
Ix.rrif4.ro.o- sua
I AsriT.uC.aa.al.MaUi.
Cuiao.
I Mjitifici aad rev.lallooaat
I laa aaia.l irsni, sltS lh.
Uarrr . iba pbraWleileal
Hunt tlMsnrla Is .radaetii us praitsUag 4,.rlif,
tnMprwni Ui.Bplik).,A.
TSUI, u IsUTMUsf w.rk f ts. RSHrM asd ilzty
uc.. with tr.s. niraTla... s.4 m.uIm valMbl.
bfersuUas tor lkM ska art Bmrrirl.sr ooupl.lt.r.
rUn. 8UII till. kMk Iktt uh tubs kepi aadwlMk
ssd kn.ssSS.tUld nnkulr koitlbsk.aM.
It Manias tk. tipnHiscs S.4 .d'k. I a skTrid.R
wkM. rt.ut.Uoa li v.rl4-wla, ..d .bskl kla tbt prl
TIM Ars.r .f .very BU. ssd fesisl. tkroa. h. t tk. esUr.
UM. It .aikraeM .Mrylkl.! .s tk. saUnt I Ik. f...
snUM nauai tku U sank kMwlsi, sad Bash Iku U
aMpskUkdlBUTkerwark.
Scat u sir .aalrrM.r pMUt rkrfmrCesu.
Addrau Dr. IlUI' PUsHUsrj.Mh 13 M. klfklkttrsst
tU Lssu, Ms.
Kotlcs to the Afflicted ui TTnfbrtnnitd.
nrt .pptrlai U tk. satwlaa. sswk. wk. sdnrtlM Is
tabli. p.p.r.,.r b.Id aar ...ck raaitdl.. paruia Dr.
ait.' s.rk s. siatur skst J.ar dlMU. li,skH daplM.
ski. yaar ovadlttaa.
Dr. Batu jeapki s doakw k(SN sf twestr-swea
M.it .ladoraed bj MSja.rth.aia.lMl.br.ud SMdl
Ml pr.fc.Mr. al Iki. Ma.u aid Huropa. ud e ka roa
allrd perMSally sr ky si at I. s tbadlaeaK. siaatlMed IS
hi. wark.. OSc. sad parlara, X.. II N. Kifhth llrssti
krtwrts Market asdCktisal.ei-UaUi, Ma. .
Ill
VOL. 24v--NOs H.
Mil
MCARTHUR, OHIO, JUNE
10, 1873.
WHOLE NO. 1,210
0. T. CUNNlNC,
LAWYER
ONFICE AT DRrO BTOHB, MAIX STREET.
Khuig 187.
EDWIN N. BAltMIILL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND
NOTARY PU.BLIO,
Otllce McArthur, Ohio,
Will attend promptly to all bUtiDesa entrusted
lohisesre. . uorll
M a CLAPOOLB,
ATTORlEV AT LAW,
(PROScXOTiro ATTORNEY,)
McARTHUR, O.
Will practice 1 1 Vinton and adjoining court'
lies. Hiisti.e-s entrusted to Ins csre piompl
ly attended to. Office in Court House.
jan'A)l872ly
1IOMEK C. JUNES.
ATTORNEY AT LAAV,
MAIN STREbT.
McARTIIUR, OUIO.
Ornci: One door weal of Dan Will k Bros,
itoie.
,anr30yl
AMERICAN HOUSE,
OPPOSITE R. R. DEPOT.
II A M D E N , OHIO.
R. FOX, PROPRIETOR.
Livery Stables Attached.
HEAI.8 READY FOB ALL THAIN'8.
The House has just been refurnished
throughout, ttooms clean and eomfortaldc,
the table supplied with the lest the market
aKorda, and no pains spared to accomodate
guests. mart 1WD ly
HU1BERT HOUSE.
Main Street, Opposite Court House
McArthur, Ohio,
JAMES WORKMAN, Proprietor
I HAVE taken pnsaeslon of the shove hotel,
renovated and partly refnrnihed it, nnd
wil, be glad lo serve the old cuxlomers of the
house, nnd especially my old friends of the
Hocking Valley who may be visiting this
point i'hslalile will be lurnished wiih the
best the market sHorda, and rare taken lo
make guests cnmlortable. Good stnlilir.g at
tached to the house; Charges reasonable.
Uinar 1873
PEYTON COX,
AUCTIO N EEE,
r7 1 Mi attend to nil business entrusted to
V 1 his care.
P. 0. A DDK ESS:
JtEKirS MILLS,
finton Vounly, O.
:iocM872lm
HEiNHY MAULE.
Merchant Tailor,
Has juct received his
FALL ANIUV.NrER STOCK
Of Ihe latest slylea of
Cloths, Cassimcses and Vesting!.
Which I will sell Very Iiw for Csuili.
Cti;TOM work don in the most fashion
and durable mnnner.
Thankful for th liberal patronage extended
to nie heretofore, l solicit a continuance ol
Ihe same. Remember t he place
Second Street, Second Door from I.siii.
alndt's Corner.
dec 9
II. MAULE.
JOHN BIECEL,
Formerly ol Hamden.
NNiCNCF.Sto hit friends in Vlnlon snd
adjo.ning counties lhat he has bought the
Hotel Tormerly Kept by OhaB. Smith
Three doors west cl Madison, on
FRONT ST.
PORTSMOUTH, 0.
He has refitted it throughout, nnd Is prepared
to entertain the tiaveling public at reasonable
rates. I"""
McARTHUR
North-east corner of Main and Jackson street!
McARTIIUR, OHIO
GEO. W. BRUKTON, Proprletoi
Manufacturea
Carriages, Evguies. Expresses, eti
ALSO, WAOOas AMD ALL I1SUS Of WAOOM WORE
done to order on short notice.
Painting and Trimming
ol all kinds executed in Ihe neatest and most
artistiu style.
KbHAlKlNG ol all kinds in my line will be
promptly and neatl. done.
. Work done at this esiablishmcnt ta war.
lanwd to Is: aulMtanlinl, put up solid and eie
cu'edin the most workieanlive manner, not
to oe excelled in any respect b any other es
tablishmentin me country.
TUAT WH1CU IS
WORTH DOING
-is-
WORTH ADVERTISING,
PRINT AND PROSPER.
James Dnnkle's Estate.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTlCEis hereby given thst BarnetAtkea,
ss guardian of Linma J., Robert A., John,
Harsh K., Aminos, and Nsnc, B. Iunkle,
minors, hsa filed his a. -counts with said wards,
severally, lor hnal settlement wiih the first
named, and lor partial settlement wiih the
others; and that ssid several accounts are set
for hearing on the l&th day of May, A. D.
1878, H' o'clock, A. M.
H. B. siATO; Probate Judge.
A""' -4- 187:1 "
Important to those
Who need Furni
ture. The extensive Furniture
Ware Rootas of W E.
BUSERhas just been Well
filled with an entire new
Btock of lie in't 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 arc sold lower
than the lowest.
22 PAINT STREET,
Bet. Second and Water,
CHILLICOTHE, O.
SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOTHING
FRANK IlELLIrlAN,
At his ne place of business,
GOBY'S BLOCK. OPPOSITE TJBION
HOUSE.
CHILLICOTHE, 0.
HA8T1IE
Choicest Stock
OK-
Spring and Summer Clothing
IVER brsughl lo this market, embracing
Jul I the luteal am) most fnaliliinable style,
ni in accordance with the latest fnlnon.
When vnu wnnt a nobby auitdou't fall lo call
4guk. . lie als4 Cl'io and . . t
Makes Garments to Ordei
and has a full line of
Cents' Underwear
HATS AND CAPS, &C.
All clothing msrked down lo the LOW
t.HT lUl KKH. Give me a ell and I will
warrant sntislaution
itinpr FRANK II F.M.MAN.
WALL PAPKIL
WINDOW SHADES.
YtC & CO.,
Union Block. Second St.. Chillioothe.
INVITE liie amotion of housekeepers ol
this place and vicinity to their stock of Wall
Taper.
ALL NEW STYLES.
PUR TIIE
Spring Trade of 1873
large assortment just received. Call nun
examine when you are in Chillicolhe.
tineii and Paper Window Shades. Rus
tic. Shades, at cost; a good Assort
ment of Miscellaneous and
School Looks, Stationery, Fancy
Articles, tc.
a qo6dbook
agents wan! ed,
Dick's Enp.yci.opmia of Practical Rk-
ceipts and I'aoi'sssEs. Containing i,4 prac
tical receipts, written in a p am and populur
mai ner, and illustrated with explanatory
aood-culs. Being a comprehensive book ol
r. lerence lor the merchant, manufictiirer, r
tian, amateur and housekeeper, including
medicine, pharmacy nnd domestic economy
Theacope of this work is entirely di tie rent
from any other book 01 the kind. Besiuea
being a complete antl slmst indispensible
bcokof reference for the thousand ami one
receipts and articles needed In every hotis.
hold , farm, garden, etc.. it includes clear and
easily understood directions for the spplica
lion of many nftho arts usually acquired only
by long experience, and so divested of tech
nichalities, or the technicalities nl terms used
so lully explained as to bring the entire sub
ject within the comprehension ofsnr person
of ordinary intelligence. I'romiinenl among
Ihe immenae maa of subjects treated of in
the book are the pillowing:
Tho Art ol Dyeing, Hard 8nlt and Toilet
Soaps, Tanning, Instillation, Imitation Li
uors. Wines, Cordials and Hitters, Older.
Brewing, Herufmery, Flavoring Essences, etc.,
(.osmetics, Hair lyes ana wames, romna
and I'enumed OiIk, Tooth I'owders, etc., 8y.
Uts, Alcohol and Alcoholmetry, Peiioleum
nnd Kerosene. Hlesching snd Cleaning, Vin.
ear, Haueea, Catsupa and Pickels, Keceipls
Inr the Garden, To f emote ftsins.HpoU.etiv,
Pvrotechny and Mplesives, Laments, ete ,
Walerpronrlug, Artificial, Oems, Inks and
Writing Fluius, Aniline Colors, Psinls snd
Pigment', I aintingand Paper-hanging, Ka1
sominesnd Wmtewssh, Varnishing snd Pol
i ish n. Lubricatora. Jaoanninc anil Laenuer-
irg, Hoot sort Harneas B!a:king, Photog aphv.
Metals and Alloys, i.iiuing, oiivenng. etu..
Eleelrotvoinir. Kleetrr.nlalinir. ete.. Patent
Medicines, Medical Receipts, Weight and
Measures. 6V7 pages, rcyal octavo, c:mn
Price IVlsi fimsr
lilOh k FITZOERALl', Publnshers, M.;Y.
JOBWOEE
EXECUTED
NEATLY & PROMPTLY
-A.T
:rH1S.QFFICE
GOGGLES.
The worltl'i np$et by- wrnnxllnjr
crwug,
Dcnllng far more In words titan deeds ;
Anil each believes Its way the best
By which to reuch tliq henreuiy rest.
And Dions souU there arts who view
The world through goggles colored
Dine;
And others who have nCf er seen
Kxcept through goggles colored green
And every creed has different ways
Of saving souls And offering prtiUe,
Ench thinks the harvest rich, alone,
Hint springs from seed its hands have
'.if-'
BioCMrtn'VnIs world Mvliloand fair-
Its Varied color ail orgy share.
Let's take those goggles from our
ys
There's only one road to the skies, i
nd this is smooth, Bftd straight and
sift .(
To all ol deed and purpose pttrc.
GOGGLES. No Division of the School Fund
M. J. P.Carberry, Democral
c member of the Constitution
al Convention from llamilton
County, h8 introduced a reso-
ution that the Constitution be
so amended as not to iorbid a
division or the public school
funds. Mr. Oarberry may as
well save himself all trouble on
that account. The people of
Ohio are not fools. On Ihe cou
trary Ihey are, by a very large
majority, men oi too much
sense to adopt a Constitution
which does not lorbid in em
phatic terms, any division of
the public school funds. Mr.
Carberry, although a Koman-
lat, has been for a number of
years a member ot the Cincin
nati Board of Education. Ilia
Archbishop tells him that the
public school is I lie gate oi
li II, and warns him to keep
his children therefrom. His
ilject in making such a prop
osition to the convention is to
give Ihe ilomanists a chance
at the public treasury. Hands
off is the sentimerif of the
ile. Protestants and Catholics
may keep their parochial
schools so long us they can do
so with their own money; with
them the people have no con
cern. The public schools must
be let aIoue by all denomina
tions, sects, aud societies, and
le:t where they belong, under
the coi trol of the people.
Sandusky Register.
Cool Stealing.
The following is from the
Wheeling (Va ) Register:
Some scoundrel played a
trick on one of tho employees
of Robinfon's "Great Moral
Combination Show," when it
was at Wheeling the other day.
Just about dark as one of the
i: rooms attached lo Robinson's
circus was taking Ihe very val
uable) hone rode by Robert
Siickney, in his fearless bare
back act, from Ihe boat, he
was approached by a man who
pretended to be a deputy Sher
iff, having an execution on the
animal. The horse was sur
rendered and the pretended
Sheriff mounted and rode oil.
The fraud was soon discovered
and search made lor the dar-
ng thief, but without success.
He had too great a start lo be
easily found. It was one ot
ihe boldest, cleverest and be?t
executed tricks ever played.
There was no process against
the Circus company, by any
authority, in the city or county,
aud ail the Sheriff's officeis
were in the Court house at the
time the horse was stolen.
The Champion Drayman.
Jacob Weiler is the Cham
pion Drayman of Chillicothe, if
long and uninterrupted ser
vices for one house deserves
the appellation. Jake com
pleted jesterday his twenty-
third year a drayman for the
Grocery House of Wm. Poland,
having hauled Mr. Poland's
first stock of goods, May 29th,
1850. During these many
years Jacob has not been ab
sent from his post, with the ex
ception of an occasional sick
day. Jake says he is good lor
twenty more years. Ad multus
Chillicothe Post.
To Make Posts Last Forever.
A correspondent of the Wes
tern Rural says: I discovered
many years ago that wood
could be made to last longer
than iron, in the ground, but
thought the process so simple
aud inexpensive that it was not
worth while making any stir
about it. I would as soon have
poplar, bi89W00d or quaking
ash as any other kind of timber
for fence posts. I have taken
out basswood after having
been set seven years, that were
as sound when taken up as
when they were first put into
the ground. Time and weather
seemed to have no effect on
them. The posts can be pre
pared for less than two cents
apiico. For the benefit of oth
ers 1 will give the recipe; Take
boilod linseed oil and stir in it
pulverised charcoal to the con
sistency of paint. Put a coat ol
this over the limber, and there
is not a man who will live to
see it rot.
A TR.wtfcEii coming up from
the Central Depot yesterday
stopped lor a moment lo ex
amine a coat hanging in front
of a clothing store. The pro
prietor rushed out and asked:
"Wouldn't you try on some
coaUf Idunno but I would,'
responded the traveler, con
sulting his timekiller, and he
went In and began work. No
mailer how often he found his
fit, he called for more coats,
and after he had tried on about
thirty he looked at his watch,
again resumed his own gar
ment, and walked off, sayingi
"I won't charge a cent for what
I've done; haiiR a man who
won't oblige another when he
can.jdo. iil JL Vmjixet .around
this way again, and you've got
any more coats to try on, I'll
do all I can lo holp you?' De
Detroit Free Press.
The International Typo
graphical Union convened at
Montreal, June 2, President
Hammond in the chair. After
receiving the address of wel
come from (iflicers ol the Mon
treal and Jacques Carttr
unions, and appointing a Ooim
mtttee on Credentials, ihe con
ventiou elected the following
officers for the ensuing year
President, W. R. Mackean,
Washington; First Vice Presi
dent, vVilliam Kennedy, Chica
go; Second Vice President, Vk
G. Johnson, Troy, Secretary
and Treasurer, John Collins,
Cincinnati; Corresponding Sec
retary, J. Hawkins, Mem
phis. The convention was the
largest that has taken place
since the organisation of the
union. One hundred and twen
ty delegates were present
Tub latest item of local re
ligious news is snd lobe the
following: A certain sinner,
recently received a a member
in a certain church, was asked
by some friends one Sunday
soon after that event, to take a
stroll with them over the hills.
It so happened that Sacrament
was to be administered that
day at the church of which the
young man was a member, and
lelt it incumbent upon him to
attend lhat rite. He therefore
declined the invitation, but
not being well posted as yet
in church matters, he put it in
this way: 'T can't go with you,
boys. They have lunch at my
church to-day, and I must at
tend."
Force of old associations,
Ross County Register.
Experiments made by an
English chemist some years
ago show how much food of
different kinds it takes lo make
a pound of flesh. According to
his conclusions, it requires ol
milk 25 pounds; turnips, 100;
potatoes, 50; oatmeal, 9; barley
meal, 1 peas, 3j; beans, 3$.
There is a doctor of cats in
New York who has three thou
sand patients, he says. The
Sun has interviewed, and ob
tained many interesting facts,
among which is the categoric
al account ol f'ommodore Van-'
derbilt's feline family. '"The
cats lhat he owns I've brought
up from the very bottle, and
when I go to see tliein, which I
do if they get sick, it's just as
much as I can do to get out of
the house with the way they
go on howling and screeching
for me to stay with them, There
is Jim, Bucky, Tom and Lullie
just four. I remember,
though, when he kept nine al
together; but Tom, which is the
biggest one of the lot, and as
cross as a scorched hornet
when he gets his hair up, drove
the olher or.ei away, and by
George! if they didn't all trot
down to me about two mouths
ago, and 1 had the greatest
trouble to get rid of them. The
ones that remained got along
peaceably enough, and the
Commodore is so devotedly at
tached (o them that my kind
ness to them and the skilllul
manner in which I treat them
when they are sick, have won
for me his unbounded confi
dence." He says he guesses he
has made $300 doctoring a cat
he sold to Jiy Gould for 925,
and wouldn't have it in his
house for $30. James Fisk
owned nine cats. Augustus
Schell has a cat that he thinks
more of than his own child
and it seem to me lhat Ihe
uglier it gets the more he lav
ishes good things upon it. It's
a black she cat, and has a short
stump of a tail. It's no inous
er, i)ut the fondest creature for
sleep I erer heard ol. The" old
gentleman takes '.I to bed with
him and actually has a 1U tie
night-cap made for it, which he
puts on and takes oft himself.
It has one good point, however,
it naver jells at night. When
Mr. Schell goes to market he
always takes his cat with him.
The explanations are coming,
Raper, of the Vinton Record,
"rises to explain" as follow.-;
"We are not afraid of our mo
lives being misunderstood in
any money which ever passed
between Capt. Wilson andour
selves, He has paid us for ev
ery thing he got ot us in the the
regular course of business just
as other people have, but has
never tendered, uor did we ex
pect money for editorial sup
port." The Record is certainly
prompt, and it may be explicit
enough, provided Wilson's idea
of what the money was paid for
coincides with that of the Rec
ord editor, but if Wilson did
tell Mackley what he says he
did, and sticks to it, how then?
Meigs Co. News.
Tuey are telling the East
ern papers a neat little story
of a book canvasser who talk
ed with daazling volubility to
a pretty Utile woman sewing
at a window for over halt an
hour, endeavoring to bell her
a book. ' Finally handing her
the book lor a subscription,
she wrote: "Inie defe and
dumb.1' We suppose it doesn't
hurt the story at all that it isn't
true, but then it is as well to
point out to its originator that
ihe errors in spelling of deaf
and dumb people are never
phonetic in their character.
Sham deaf and dumb people
hive often been discovered
from that fact.
On last Sunday Major Pea
body severed his connection
with the Walnut street M. E.
Sunday School. Among those
who will mourn the Major's de
parture, none will be more
sincere than his little friends
of Ihe Sabbath School, who
had learned to love him lor his
kind and pleasant disposition,
and true Christian piety.
ADVKIITISLNG TEMIS.
One square, (0
Ehc-Ii additional Insert: oft ..r .
Cards, per real 13 tif
1-ocaJ iioriees. per line.. . . ... 1 1
Yearly advertisements 10i Oil
column, and nt proportionate rate 1 t
I - T , 1.1 1
less s puce, i nyauie in uuvance,
B" Tho Record belne the cfflclrl
paicr of tho town, and havlnar tl c
largest circulation of any paper in tl
county, offers superior inJuccmcLts)
to nilverf Uer.
'lliTciiiNO posts are such a
rarity in Chicago," wriles th
editor of the Danbury News,
"that when an eastern niaa
comes across one he sits down
and cries. People here fasti n
horses by a strap to an iron
weight which is lelt on tho
walk, and which occupies a
prominent position in a tuna
way. When a Chicago man
sees a runaway horse coming
altnr his street, he doesn'i
stop to inquiro whether it was
the result of carelessness or
accident. lie merely says.
'Heaven protect usl'and crawls
under a stoop." j
It you love, love more. If
you hate, hate less. Life is too
short to soend i i hating any
one. Why war against a mor
tal who is going the sama rea l
with us? Why not. expend tho
flower of life's happiness by
learning to love, by teaching
those who are mar and dear
the beautiful lesson? Your
hands may bo hard, but your
heart need not b. Your form
miy be bent or ugly, but do
you not know that the most.
beautiful flower j grow in the
most rugged and unsheltered
places?
Recently a young man who
was aUend.'ni a night wri mg
school near Danville, Ohio,
was smitten by the charms of
a lady who Was present, aud at
the close of the school hustled
forward lo solicit the pleasuro
ot escorting l.e: lio:ne. "Yes,'?
said the lady, 1if you will car
ry ray (boy." He wilted, and
the young matron walked
home alone.
A MOoT excellent . nest for
hens is ma le by placing at tho
bottom of ihe basket ot box
some turf, with a shovelful oi
dry earth or ashes. On tho
top of this place soma short,
straw, after hollowing out tho
earth after the form of a nest.
Thus a more even temperaturo
is obtained than whera straw
alone is used.
A serious cliargo has been
brought against a school teach
er In Illinois, the specifications
ot which are: 4,1. ImorahtyJ
2. Parshalityt 3. Keeping
disordly schoal! 4. Carrying
unlalli weping t" The com
mitteeman who wrote tho
charge thinks of running tlu
school himself nextqinrtcr,
Georgia papers aro print
ing with some exultation a lot.
of figures showing lhat the
proportion of convicted crimi
nals to the entire population
of lhat State is much smaller
than in Massachusetts. If the
figures showing the propor
tion of unconvicted criminals
Here printed, the exultation
might be at the olher end of
the line.
A meeting of Aulitors to as
sess the value of the Mariett .
& Cincinnati Railroad for tax
ation took place yesterday in
Auditor Yeatman's office. There
were present W. S. Minear, of
Athens-; A. M. Dirametf, of
Clermont; tVra. J. Barnhizer,
of Preble; John 1. Matthews,
ol Washington, and J. R.
Booth, of Jackson.
Nothing tetclioi patienco
like a garden. You may go
round and watch the opening
bud from day to day but it
lakes its own time, aud you
cannot urge it on faster than
it will. It lorced, it is torn to
pieces. All the best results
of a garden, like those of liie
Are slow but regularly pro
gressive. AN item is going tho rounds .
to the e.Tact lhat "lamp chim
neys boiled in hot water will;
not break, unless you Ci ig a ,
flat-iron at them, aud then -won't
il you. don't hit Ihem," i
Boiling in cold witter, we sop
pose, would answer the s. mo
purpose. !

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