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THE VINTON RECORD.
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.Editor aud Proprietor.
OTnOTTJV W. QoraaT of Mala and
Logan 8ti., Ooposito Court House.
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3A YEAlt,' 1 ADVANCE.
DaTliBmari. Samuel W.Klls.rt, Jr.
' JfaUbllehtel ISM-I. ,
SIAUT & KILVERT,
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SUCCESSORS TO IMV1D BMARTi
Wholesale' Grocers
A5D C0HMIS3ION HIECEAKT3.
Prompt Attention given to the
'raual'r of -PIG IKON, and
other Property from aud to
It iilni.l -i.wl A".....t
jiiaiiivini a.., vHuaii
-Also A fronts for the Columbus and
-': ;Ecrt4month: PacletSi'. , .'. ;
Tater Streel.betvsen Paint and Walnut
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
"WILLIAM POLAND,
WHOLESALE GltOCEIt,
liquor and Commission Merchants
DO. 20 WATER STREET,
JCniLUOUTIIE. OHIO.
"Ale in Barrel!, Unlf Barrel, and Buttle.
fUGA5 FAOTOET N0.1, 12th DI8T.
ilOARSI CIGARS!
SHAEITES & KEAMEB
IPaint St., lonr Joan South of Water,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
Hare now on hnnd Urge a took of dry Ci
gars. 8eveml choice brand La knse,
Clear Hnrnna, I. X. I.., No. A. flu,; Brand, Ma
snpr,o., anil the Sunt brands of chewing
oJ smn ling tobacco known roiighout the
UnitexHlates. Wholesale I'rit ' 1 reduced on
II kind of Tobncco and Cignm rnvhtlyl.
TOWN LOTS AND LANDS
In Zaleski.
THE Ziilesltt Compnny, with a view tn the
cinflopmenlof Hie nunl interests of l!es
ki, to secure its permanent iOprilv. ai.il lo
add to its nnpnlminn. and srenlth. are now
ottering le bciiihI .etlleis, town Iota sn.lfirm
lands si low prices, and on liberal terms.
Persons desiring to exumine the property
and tn In IV cheap houses will apply at the
Company', offices tn
K TIIOMP ON, Manager.
ZalexVI, Oliio, May 18, IH71. tf
The Most Desirable Bes-
dence in MoArthnr.
IFOIR, SALE.
IfFFER for tnle my residmi-e on North
treel. It conllo of a aplendtU dwelling
liniiNe, well rln ir-hcil , invwie aud out, Willi
ight rooiiannd a tioo.l fvlliir. A goixi otHce
building, alable, wood nud uoiil houaeaudolli
r nece-i-arr oiit liniUliiiga. 'J he prenni.ca
onnlnni HCter, ini iuiling I acre of tine'ard,
ll tlirilty Hearing rinen; there re alo thirl y
'bearing apple lre.t'H bei-l tari.'tjr of emfled
Jrmt," (wpnlyflve )eaiing .peach trree beM
budded fruit, cherriea, qiiMMeH. plunia.and a
variety nf amall Iruit ror lull lit r mrlivulr
Inquire nl (he nthce of thia paper, or at the
itiremixca. 'lerma easy.
declUHiin 8. 8. noi.LISOM.
Wheeler & Wilson
Was awarded the highest premium at the
OELD'S PAIS, LONDON IN 1862
And at the
SXrOSXTIOX VSIVERSELIE, PARIS .V1807,
S'2 stn.iriard machines com puling. In May of
tin year we introduced to llna county the
Hew Improved Wheeler & Wilson
winch not onl) onrpai-aei all other machines,
but i an tar ahead ol the old Vt heeler A Wd
aon name old was ahead ol other niachiiiea
it U the tajt for linn ly Hewing, make the
I ock atitch and ranks highest on at count of
4 he eU'linty permanence, beauty and general
desirableness of its attichiftc and Hie wide
vange of its apidicatinn. Hews faster, requires
leas power ami m inure durnrile
Than any other Machine in the World
Buy no oilier until you try
line ftew Improved
Wheeler & HIInou.
The Sewing Machine World
is challenged.
Old machines read usted and put in perfecl
order nt a Hiding coirt hjr ciUluig on either ol
the agents.
Kor sale hy
aug 17 1871 -
A Fine German Chromo.
vi send an uroAST rinso. unrxTrD axd
BLADI MB rBAMINO, rtt Til KVEUI AGKMT rXJB
UNDERGROUND
OE,
LIFE BELOW THB STJBFAOE,
VYIIIOS. W. ICS OX,
S42 P'qs Octavo. 130 Fine Engravings
Relates incidents and accident- hernad the
light of day; startling adventures in all patia
el the world mines and mode of working
hem; undercurrents of society, giiiildni
nd ita horr ira; caverna and their mysteries,
the dark ways of wcke Ineas; prison snd
their secrets; down in the depths of ihe sea
aininye slopes of the rtetectiMOofcrimo.
The book (real ot the experience with blig
Adds; in opium dens and gtinNing hells, life
i n prison; stories of exiles; nnteut ire
ns'.ng Indians; journey, through sewer and
cat'ncnniba, accident in mines; pirates and
piracies: tortures of the Inquisit oo; wonder
ful burglaries; underworld of the great cities,
etc., etc.
AGENTS WANTED
for this work. Exeliiaire tenltory gien.
Agenu can m k( SIHO per week in selling thia
book:. Mend for circulars and terma to agents.
j. n. nvnn K uroE,
HAPTFORD, COKN., or CHICAGO. ILL.
lAmsy 173
'A BOOK r OR THE BULLION t
lelarriageipr
. . 1 1 Miry lh pbyanV.h
ruts.
UUlttO.
M.rrr Is. ptarna-lecMM
I stout u
I s;ilri.i sad rvlatlotiMt
I the mill itimsi. with is.
Hltft ilmrsriM la t4aetaf o4 sntnUsf .Iiprlai,
li.,iirilb,liiln,l.
Tbtsl a in laltmUsf work . 1 1'. atJl ss4 lllty
Cx, wlik .amiroas nrTlsi, o4 Matala.ral.aM.
forsutlna fur tb.M wk. ar. aaarrlttf .af MtaspUM Bar.
rlaca. auil ll t a a took Ital ab I w ba kapl aadw Malt
(It tar. aa MllaM onUaaly absal Iba kwaaa.
ll mulaa lb. aipsilsae. asd adtka a t a pbTatelaa
wbrnraauutloala wortd-wlda. sad abaakl bala tka art
TaU dresarar aaary siala aad frnala tbroaahsaltka aaUra
loM. MaiabraiiaaaarribtBsaa tk.aablaalaf tb.pa
.rail, nitaat thai la mtk hsawiol, tad start Ikat la
at pabltibad ia aaa Mbar wwk.
Seal la any .oa (fraa at aaauta) far Tiny CrtU.
Addraunr. latu' BUpaaaarj.ka. laX.Stibtkstrnl
fll. LeaU, At..
ITctice to th AfBlcei and VnMsaati.
' Vatara apply la ta tka salarloaa qaaaki vk. sdrartlaa ta
ablla saeri,ar aalo any .sack r median
hatta' wark aa natur what faardlaaaaa la, ar kaw rfM-
ab)a y.nr aaudtlkin. .
Dr. Balu aeaaplps a doabla keaaa af Iwasty-wraa
Taaataii aladaraad by ansia.f tbaaMataaUbralad suit
es! prartuara af tkla Maalry sad km apa. aad eaa k ana
anllrd prnaanlly ar by Ball, as lbs dlKasaa BanUoaad ta
klaarnrkl. Urfica and parlars, k. II k. Iblk SUMa)
clsiakarklaa4 Ckiual, ku Leali, ka.
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VOL. 24 -NO. 15.
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MC ARTHUR, OHIO, JUNE
26, 1873.
WHOLE NO. 1,211
0. T. CUNNINC, :'
' M'ARTHTJR, O.
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ONFICI AT PBrO ITOBE, HA1N STBEBT
, 2aiig Wt ' "
EDWIN N. BARNIIILL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
NOTARY PUBLIC,
. , Ollloe ilcArthur. OLlo,
Will attend promptly to all bniinei eotmMed
lo hi eare. uorll
U S. CLAYPOOLB,
ATTOKiAEY AT LAW,
(rnosKcuTiro attorne't.)
McARTHUR, O.
Will practice 1 1 vlnlon and adjoining ronn
uea. rJiisi,.eaeniriiMea ic ins care piompt
ly attended lo. Office In Court House.
jannisTily
1IOMEK C. JONES,
AITORNEY AT LAW,
MAIN STREET.
McARTUUR, OHIO.
OrnoB: One door west of Dan Will Broa.
Uoie.
,ant30yl
AMERICAN HOUSE.
OPPOSITE R.R. DEPOT.
IIAMOGN, OHIO.
R. FOX, PROPRIETOR.
Livery S talks Attached.
MEAI.B READY FOR ALL TRAIN'S.
The House has fiis-t, been refurnished
Ihrrmghuxt. i.'nome rlean snd comfortable,
Ihe lalile snntilil with the lest 'he market
(lords, and uo pains spared to aicomnihile
gueats. mart 181.9 ly
UUXBERT HOUSE,
Main Street, Opposite Court House
McArthur, Ohio,
JAMF3 WORKMAN, Bro-rietor
IH WE laksn pnaaea'lon of Ihe ahore hotel,
renovated and pnillv refnrnihed it, and
ml be glad lo eerie Iheuld cuoniera of the
hou"e, and SNnecially my old fl lends of the
nocHipg ancy ano may ne 'niiina 'ins
noun I'hetalile wnl he luriiished ih 4h
liest the market sHords.and csrre la'ken io
make gucts cninlnrt il'le. f,nnl slsldi'ig at
Isnhed tn ih house; Chnrgea reasonable.
13 nar lf73
PKYTOI cox,
AUCTION EEE,
IV ILL attend to all buainesa entrusted to
I his care.
P. 0. A DDK ESS;
ItEHirS MILLS,
Vinton County, O.
.1ooM872lm
HEMlY MAULH,
Merchant Tailor,
fit Jnrt received hla
FALL ANDWNTER STOCK
Of Ihe latest styles of
Cloths, Cassimcses and Testings,
Which 1 will sell Tery Low for Cass.
r1tTTlM work don in Ihe most fashiona
;Me and dnraMe manner.
Thnnkful for lha liberal patronage extended
to me heretofore. I solicit a continuance of
ihe same. Remember i he place
Second Street. Second Door from Lan
ion's) Corner.
dec 9
IT. MACLE.
JOHN BIECEL,
Formerly ol Hamden.
ANNOUNCES to his frienia m Vinton snd
adjo.ninii counties that he has bought the
Hotel lormorlj Kept by Chas. Smith
Three doora west cf Madison, oa
FRONT ST.
PORTSMOUTH, 0.
He has refitted it throughout, snd Is prepared
10 witertam the Uaveling public at reasonal le
rata. "
MoAJiTHUK
North-east eorner of Main and Jackson streeU
McARTUUR. OHIO
GEO. W. ERUKTOJJ, Troprlctoi
Manufacturea
Carriages, Uuyuitt. Equates, etc
AUO, A0k AMD ALL IlkV Of WAOOk W0BB
done to order on short notice.
Painting and Trimming
ol all kinds executed in the neatest and most
artiatiii at)le.
KM'AlhlNU ol all kinds in my line will be
nro i'P'ly anil neatl done.
b Work doue at this es ablishmcnt la war
lauu u lo I sdheiantiiil, put up solid and exe-cu't-din
the most worku-anhke manner, not
to oe exut-Ued in aoy respect b' ay other es
tablishtneutiD thecotultr.
TIIAT WHICII IS
WORTHDOING
-is-
WORTH ADVERTISING.
PRINT AND PROSPER
Jaime Dnnkle's Estate.
Probate Court. Vinton County, Ohio.
VTOTlCEia hereby given Ihst HametAiken,
IN as guardian of Linpia J., Robert A , John.
Harsh K., Arminoa, and srKy B. liunkle,
minors, baa filed hla a.-connts with said wsTda
aereraily, lor final eel dement with the first
named, and lor partial settlement with the
others; and that said sereral account, are st
for hearing on the loih day of May, A. D.
1878, at 'i o'clock, A.M.
h . B. ATO, Ptobata Judge.
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SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOTHING
FRANK HELLMAnr,
Al hla ne place of liiislness.
COBY'S BLOCK. OPPOSITE UNION
HOUSE.
CHILLICOTHE, 0.
HAS THE
Choicest Stock
or -
Spring and Summer Clothing
IVER br.ughl lo this msrket, embracing
jn the latest and most fashionable styles,
em in accordance with the latest lahion.
When you wnnl a uol.hy "intilou'l foil to call
on Frauk. lie alsd CHS and
Makes J arm ems to Oedei
and haa a full line of "
Cents' Underwear
HATS AINDCAPS, &C.
ll clolhlnir marked flown lo the LOW
1ST FIGLKKS. Give me so ill and 1 will
warrant satislautiou
2flpr FRANK HELLMAN.
WINDOW SHADES.
Yt & CO.,
Union Block, Beoond St.. Chillioothe,
NT1TK theatiintton of housekeepers or
this place and yiciuity to their stotik ol Wall
taper.
ALL NEW STYLES,
"OTt THE
Spring Trade of 1873
A large BMHtrtnient jut received. Call and
examine wtien you are ini;niiiicoine.
Linen and Paper Window Shades. Rus
tic Shades, at cost; a yooa Assort'
ment of Miscellaneous and
School Books. Stationery, 1'ancy
Articles, ate.
A GOOD BOOK-
AGENTS TV AN 2 ED m
Dick's Encyclopbhia of Practical Rb-
ckiKtsANh Psni sssBN. Cnnlsiningu,422 prao
tual receiptf, written in a p ain and popular
marner, aua iniiraieu wiin explanatory
noodM'utN. Heing a comprehensive hwdt of
r lerence kr the inen liani, manuf iclurer, ar-ti-an,
amaieiir and housekeeper, including
medicine, pharmacy and domestic economy
The scope of this work is entirely dul-rent
from any other iiook 01 Ihe kind. Hexiriea
lieiiita complete anil alrmat Indispensible
b ok of reference foe th thousand and one
receipts and articles needed in every house
hold . farm, garden, etc . it include clear and
eaxly undor-toud directions for the applira
lion of many of 'h arts usually acquired only
ny lung exuerien.-e, anrt so invested: ot te n
mchajiliea, or ihe technicalities ol terms used
so lull v explained as to bring Ihe enure sub
ject within the couiprehen-ion of any person
of ordinary intelligence. roinilnent among
the immense mas of subjects treated of in
the book are Ihe pillowing:
The Art ol liyemir, Hard 8olt and Toilet
80s pa, Tanning, I'isiillatinn, Imitation Ltq
uora, Winrt, Oordnilt and Hitters, Jider,
Brewing, Herufmery.FktvnrinK Essences, ere.,
I osmetics, Hair lyea and Washes, Pomades
snd I'ertiinied oil-. Tooth Powders, etc., Hy,
nips, Alcohol and Alcnhulmetry, Pet i oleum
and Kerosene. Hlearhing and Cleaning. Vin
ear, baiK'es, Catsup and Pickets, Receipts
lor Ihe Uurden. To r emoveMaifi8.Hpots.eUi.,
Pyrniechny and Kxtleslves, Cements, etc,
WHterrontlug. Artificial, Gems, Inks and
Writing Klui.is, Aniline Ctlora, Painta and
Pigment'. Tainting and Paper-hanging, K1
somine and Whitewash, Varnishing and Pol.
ish ng, Lubricators, Japanning and Lacquer
it g. Hoot and Harness blacking, Photog aphr,
Metals and Alloys, tiilding, filtering, eto..
Electrotyping, Klectroplsting. etc.. Patent
Medicines, Medical Receipts Weights and
Measure. 67 pages, rcyal octavo, cloth.
Price tVtwi mar
MUr FITZfiERALI'.Publnsher, N..T.
J OB WORK
EXECUTED
NEATLY & PROMPTLY
AT
THIS OFFICE
[From the Washington Republic.]
The Ohio State Convention.
Thb unanimitv of expression
amonj; the delegated of the
Ohio State Convention argues
well for the success of the lie
biiblionn ticket on the second
Tuesday 'ol October j next If
tne action or convention can
be acceped as the indtx of pep
ular sentiment ampo the peo
ple, we look forward to a grand
jyi'ctory In the fall t election.
Whai ' betjer ;recorl tjould a
I acty gite than Jtm one sub
tofiud bfiaiernyc Noyea
when called upon bf a speech?
Ibe Governor said:' f
"Our party has hal control
of aflai.s in Ohio for sixteen
years, and during this time no
man has been able to find any
evidence of corruption, fraud,
or mismanagement oa the part
of any person elevated to a po
sition of honor or trast by the
people. The State authorities
have during this time, collected
$89,418,353, and norje of the
vast sum has, without warrant
of law, found its way into the
pockets of State officers, nor
has one dollar been squander
ed or improperly expended.
An investigating comuiitlee in
the Legislature, composed
chiefly of distinguished attor
neys, whose chairman was a
lawyer of great experience and
ability, and the leader ot the
Democratic side ol the house of
Representatives, aiterjexamin
mc everybody who jvau sus
pected of knowing anj! miscon
duct in office, was compelled to
make the following urjjauimous
report: t
"Ihe examination (has ta
ken a wide range. Que lion
dred and nine witnesses resid
ing in various parts dfhe Slate,
have been subpoenaed and ex
amined touching public con
tracts and expenditures, con
struction of public buildings,
conduce of public institutions,
&c. All matters without ref
erence to the date of their oc
currence, coming to the knowl
edge of the committee, that
seemed to promise any proba
bility ol throwing any light up-!
on the subjects ot inquiry, or
any of them, have been diili
gently inquired into.
"Your comruitte take pleas
ure in reporting that, so far as
elective officers and subordi
nates are concerned, very com
mendable honesty and fidelity
have been observed; and that
in the official conduct of no
public officer, whether elective
or appointive, has corruption
been disclosed,'"
With such a glorious record
as this, vhy should not a party
be victorious f
as
.Tub Matamoras Vua f ublicie,
the Government organ, in an
editorial headed 'Invasion,"
eeverely criticises General Mo-
K.fnzie'8 expedition into Mex-
co in pursuit of Kickapoo In
dians, denouncing the act as
an aggression committed upon
a nation that is too weak to
resist, and intended to serve
as a pretext to seize additional
territory. The Government of
Mexico is urged to exact im
medialA reparation for this vi.
olation of her sovereignty, and
concludes by saying "that if it
is not complied with it will be
found that the Mexico of to
day is not the Mexico ol 1846."
It is supposed this article re
flects the fentiinents of the
Government. It was received
from ihe city of Mexico by
telegraph, and is put lorward
to test the feelings ot the peo.
pie of the frontier Mexican
States.
D. N. Dawlkt made an as
signment on last Wednesday.
Amount of liabilities unknown
Logan Republican.
publican.
-OsnsoBa had a writing
match ot ten hours' length.
One wrote 15400 and the oth
er 18,600 woidi.
Captain Jack—Who Raised
Captain Jack—Who Raised Him, Who Named Him, and
Whom He is Named After.
[From the Portland, [Oregon] Herald.]
reporter obtained
from Mrs. Jos. Knott, an old
lady living in this city, and
nearly seventy jears of age,
the following account ol Cap.
tain Jack:
"In the year 1851, while liv
ing at Canonville, Douglass
County, an Indian boy came to
their house, and, speaking jar
gen, dsiired to hve with them,
lie was one ol the Rogue River
Indians,' and belonged to the
tribe then located on Crow
Creek. She uoticed that he
appeared to be a keen, shrewd
looking boy, and with the con
sent of her husband, took him
to raise, with whom he remain
ed several years. As soon as
the boy was assured they in
tended to keep him, he insisted
on having a 'Boston' name, as
he culled it, and wished to be
named after the best looking
of Mrs. Knott's children. This
beiug appreciated by the moth
er, she decided to name him ut
ter her son their ages op
pareutly, being about the same
and this son was J. Knott,
better known as Jack Knott ol
saloon lame. The boys grew up
together, and many were the
days spent in the sports of the
cliuse. On one occasion, alter
he had been with them some
lime, he became offended be
cause he was told to leave the
room, and loaded his rifle with
the intention ot shooting Levi
Knott, but was discovered in
season to prevent his designs.
This circumstance led to his
expulsion from the family, and
Irom that until the present time
he has not been seen by
them, except in 1855, the year
in which he murdered Mrs.
Uarri8, alter which JacK went
to the Goose Lake country.
Ilia mother was a full sister 10
Rogue River John, who at
tempted to seize the steamer
Col urn bi.i, while she lay at un
chor in the harbor of Crescent
Cily, and also a sister to the
war chief Sum ot the same
tribe, and Chief Joe, who re
ceived his appellation from
having fought General Joe
Lane. All of these facts and
many other3 which we have no
space to mention were recently
confirmed by Judge Prime, of
Eastern Oregon, who commu
nicated these particulars to
Mrs. Knott, stating that the
great Modoc chieftain, Captain
Jack, was the boy 6he tooK to
raise in 1851.
Poisonous Pickles.
It is hardly to be credited
that people will iusist on hav
log pickles, preserved fruit, and
vegetables, of a bright green
color, yet the Lancet recounts
that it has heard a complaint
Irom a well-known London firm
' hat they canjnot sell their arti
cles because they will not adul
terate them with copper. All
bright green preserves are un
wholesome because ot the ad
dition of some copper salt
Tub last words of George
Driver, who was hung on the
12th ult., would form an excel
lent text for a temperance
tract:
Seizing the rope and holding
it up before those assembled
lo see the execution, lie said:
'Whisky did this lor me. When
any ol you take a drink of whis
ky, hereafter, think of this rope,
and remember my fate."'
Thb Democratic Legislature
of Texas pHSsed a law over the
Governor's veto abolishing
the school system. Under this
system a large number of
schools had been organized,
the total attendance in the
State being 127,000.
Tax Massachusetts Legisla
ture, up to adjournment last
week, passed three hundred
and seventy acts and sixty-five
jflnnlwtionB.
A Despicable Mule.
The negro and mule (writes a
friend in Clinton, Louisiana)
are inseperable companions in
the Southern cotton fields, and,
like the Diawathan string and
bow, useless each without the
other. The lazy indifference
and careless cruelty of the
one, and wonderful powers of
endurance of severe labor, bad
treatment, and neglect of the
other, complete the compati
bility of the two races neces
sary for the production of four
millions of bales. A charac
teristic anecdote may be rel
ished by those who have haa
experience of the two. The
spectator had taken refuge
from the sun's perpendicular
rays under the shade of a
spreading beech, and lay re
cumbent, enjoying the fitful
breezes and the sombre Irothi
ness of the country newspa-
per. Along the dusty road
which passed by this retreat
came jogging a negro, mounted
on a mule, both apparently
fast asleep. As the somnolent
pair approached the spot, some
wicked sprite of the place
gave the paper a flirt, which
was no sooner seen and heard
than the mule, as mules only
know how, instantly -'swapped
ends," and leaving the negro
sprawling in the dirt, took his
departure, under lull sail. The
negro, half raising himself, and
wiping the dust from his eyes
and mouth, watched the re
treating mule for some time in
silence, but at length, uncon
scious ot an auditor, gave ex
pression lo this philosophic so
liloquy: "Dat's what makes me 'spise
Harper's for July.
They Don't Take the Papers.
An exchange thus graphic
ally describes ihe condition of
an old man and his family,
who was always too poor t
take a paper:
"tlis hogs don't know enough
to grunt when Ihey are hungry;
his dog jumped into the river
and was drowned because he
didn't know enough lo swim
out; and only last week his
horse got out of the barn, went
to a saw-mill close by, and
mistaking the saw dust fur
brnn, ate two bushels and
turned into a hemlock log.
The wile wandered several
miles away from home, lour
years ago, alter bluckbernes,
aud was frightened to death
by a railway train; his oldest
son is in the fcitate prison lor
breaking a lav he never heard
of: his 011 Iv daughter Btahliprl
herself to the heart with an
old fashioned candle rod, and
now his only and youngest son
has choked himself to death
trying to swallow a small yel
low pumpkin. This is an ex
ample of what the world would
be without educational influ
ence of the press."
A nicely dressed gentleman
applied for a marriage liceuse
al Dover, Tennessee, last week,
but when he spoke the lady's
name the polite County Clerk
suggested that, if it was all
the same to him, he would
prefer that he should name
some other party, as the one
mentioned had become Lis
wife the previous evening.
In South Evanston, Illinois,
Sunday night, Charles Brantse,
a young man, walking in com
pany wiih two companions,
was shot through the head and
killed, by an unknown nun.
Two persons have been arrest
ed ou suspicion.
James Ccsm, while drank
early bunday morning, in Mew
York city, quarreled with his
wife, when a young and idiotic
brother of the latter interfered
and struck Curtin with an ax,
fatally wounding him.
St Louis physicians are
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Each additional Insertion ... it;
Cards, per year.. . . 1 19
Local notices, per line, l
Yearly advertisements $100 Ot"
column, and at proportionate rate K'
leg apace. Payable In advance.
tW The Record belnsr the otHotr,.i
paper of the town, and having tl e
largest circulation of any paper In th-.'
county, offers superloi InJucenici.tx
to alvertlr.
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Jons G. Sax is to reside h.
Brooklyn.
Oliver Wendell Holmes i
sixty-four years of age.
Kate Field is a stockholder
in the New York Central.
Nkllis Grant will be eig! -teen
years old on the 4tb i'
July.
YorjNo Bennett, of the Her
ald, is to marry a Danish princ
ess. A couple of New York cap",
talists are prospecting in Ports
mouth for the location of a man
ufttctory for ears and car wheels.
Tub Committee of the Con.
stitutional Convention, on tbo
liquor question, stand five icr
and four against license.
Miss Mary R. UcrFORD.onl;
daughter of Dr. D. iN. Hufford.
died at her home near Straits
ville, on last Friday, in the 22;
year of her age.
A little son ol 0. E. M. Jen
nings, of the Athens Messen
ger was drowned in the Hock
ing River, while bathing or.
the 5lh.
If the salary mb bill haa
been left to Republicans solely,
it would have been defeatr-'':
by five votes; it left to tl
Democrats solely, it wouli
have carried by 12 majority
It is believed that the coal
tonage of the Hocking Valley
road will reach 24,000,000 bush .
els this year. It commence !
four years ago with carrying
4,000,000. ;
Tub Chicago Times of Mon
day reports the sermons of the
previous day under the follow
ing head: The Other Side of
Jordan- Chicago Congregation
Hears of the Matchless Beauty
of the Shining Shore.
Several new buildings have
gone up in Vinton lately. J&s,
II. Porter, Esq., is building ui .
addition to the town, on Ui
side of the creek. All Un
people want, to be happy, is a
railroad. Gallipolit Journal.
Tub boy that recommened a
few drops of panegyrio on
sugar kfor the child of disqui
etude, has his match in anoth
er who, after successfully spe!
ling "chicanery," defined it t '
be a large coop to raise chick
ens. Isaiah Lord, President r f
the Richland Furnace Co. hal
a tumor removed from his sil
at Chillioothe last week. Th
operation was successfully per formed,
and Mr. Lord is doin
well.
vVb have seen in a dozen
different papers lately tlia
Pomeroy's Democrat had sun!.:'
about a million, and was no
dead. The truth of it is th. '.
Pomeroy's is about the only
live Democratic city paper w.
Enow of.
Edward Kirtland, who fatal ly
stabbed James Duffy in th
Porter House, Sunday night
in New York, was arrester!;
early yesterday morning. Ha
was a car conductor, an!
claims to have done the stab
bing in self-defense.
Tub Supreme Court h?t
again granted Mrs. Clem, th?
Indianapolis murderess, who
has been twice convicted U
the murder of Mr. and Mm
Young, a new trial. This wil
be the fifth trial.
A Circle ville lady, who lot t
a gold bracelet and advertised
for it in the papers about
twelve years ago, was pleased.:
. c A . u . n.s r.. .1.
lu mm tun uiuuciit, a irw
mornings since, on the floor of
her residence, where it had
been thrown through a win
dow, from the outside.
An Iowa minister who had his
jaw broken by the kick of a mulo
has gone to lapn to preach to
the natives. His doctors inform
ed bim that the Chootaw or Jaj -anese
language waa the only ki . "
of talk he could enjoy hereait.'-,
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