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THE VINTON RECORD.
JOHN T. RAlEK,
Iklitor uud Proprietor.
pmCEU. . Corner of Main and
Logan Sts., Ooposite Quart Houbo.
$2 A YKAIt, IS ADVANCE.
Dati! Smart. 8amuel W. KilverLJr.
'Established 186i.J
MI ART & KILVERT,
SUCCESSORS TO DtVU) BMART'l
Wholesale Grocers
aHD COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Prompt Attention given to the
Transfer of IMG IKON ami
other Property from and to
Kailroad and Canal.
Water Street.bet iceen Taint and Walnut
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
nmr II Im.'j lv
. WILLIAM POLAND,
WHOLESALE GKOCEIt,
Liquor and Commission Merchants
NO. 20 WATER 8TRKKT,
'Ciiillic'otiie. onio.
Ale In Barrels, Half Barrels and Bottles,
no via I
TOR SALE.
TOWN LOTS AND LANDS
In Zaleski.
'rTMIE Zuleski Company, with a view to the
X development of the local interest of Jales
' ki, to secure it permanent piosperily, iiliI to
RrM to itn population, and wealth, are now
ollcring to actual settlei m, town lots ami farm
Innils at low phi, and on liberal terms.
persons desinng to examine the property
and to tin y cheap Imust-s will apply at the
'Company'" olllces to
K THOMP-'ON, Manager.
ZaloakJ, Ohio, Mnv 18, IH7I. tf
The Most Desirable Kes-
dence in UcArthur.
I OFFER for t nl my residence on North
street. It ennr-i -1 s of a splendid duelling
Iiimim', well tlnir-hctl, jtfiiv Hint mil, with
ihl rooms mid a good cellar. A koihi otlloe
building, stable, wood and roal liouneHiid oth
er iicoo-sary on I bnildm;:. 'I ho premises
-contain litres, 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I Here ol unetard,
all thriliy neiring vine; there dre alio thirty
bearing ap le liees la-si Vitri?ty of unified
fruit, luciily-lhe beating peach trees best
builicd fruit, cherries, iiinces, plums, and a
variety of small liuil l'orliiiilit r patticuliirs
.inquire at the nlbce of this paper, or at the
premise. '1 elms easy.
ilreWiiiin 8.8. LOLLISOS.
A Fine German Chromo.
-w sesn an Ki.rntNT ninovn, movxtfo and
BfcAUY raOII.MI, FRKK Til KVKUV AUKNT FOtt
TJITDER GEO UND
on,
LIFE BELOW TITS SURFACE,
UY1JWS. H'.KXOX,
442 P'gs Octavo. 130 Fine Engravings
fietale incident and accident lieyoud the
light of day; stunting adt online In all parte
ol Ihe world mines) anil innile of working
.them; undercurrent of Mm-iety, gaiiil-11114
mi l it horr ir; cavern and their mysteries.
Jie d irk ways of welta Iness; prison" mid
,.neir secret; down in the depth of ihe sen
"iritnge slo'.os of tlio detection of crime.
The hook treal ol the expcticm-e wiih brig
ml; m npiiiin den and gimliling hell, life
n prison; alone of exile; advent ire
arming Indians; journey through sewers mid
?Hl iicimii lK, accident in mine; pintles and
piracies; torture of the in, piisit on; u-onder
till burglaries; uiulcriiorld ol the groat cilteo.
etc., elu.
AGENTS WANTED
for this work. Exclusive terilinrv given.
Agent can inlu S Mil per week in n.-i I iiii! Ilu
book. Mend for circular ami terms to agent.
J. IS. IS I) nn ft- II ME,
TIAFTFOItn, COM., or Cll ICAtiO ILL.
rniay 1x7.1
'A BOOK FOR THE MILI.IO.Yt
'llarriago'
nil AprlriMCeoBietortotht
I Mrriv4 or tlio aliout to
tuarrr on th nbratt loilcftl
Cuido.
InjitFiiei ftud reveltttoutot
lllbcHtual Tatrro. will, iha
Hteit dlHwrtrlei In prodnclng and pro eating odtprloc,
low to preicrvs the coniplenion, Ac.
Thliii to Intereitiug work oftfl haodriHl atirl tUlj
Iiftget, with Dumerou eogrsTtOKi, iud coduIoi Tlutbi
n formation for those who are Qiarritil.orcoiitcniplateiuar
rif. Hiiltltlia book that ought to be kept under Jock
and key, and not laid careleaalj about the bouse.
Iteoatalni the eipertence aod advlra o f a pbralclaa
whose repuiatloo Is world-wide, and i boa Id be I n ibe prt
vete drawer of everf male and female Ibrouabont the entire)
- globe. It embraces ererrlhlUR on the aulijeet o f the gea
ralieaaTstera that I worth knwiu, and mucbtbalia
. aet published In aor other work.
Sent to any one (free of poilagel for IMftr Cente.
idtlreas lir. BulU Uispcnsar.No, 13 KlfhthBlrilt
St. Louis, Mo.
ITotice to the A21ic:ei and Unfortunate.
Verora apply log to the notorious qnseke who advertise Ik
Eabllo paters, or ttsiug any quack remedies peruse Dr.
uti' work no matter wnaijour disease ie. or bow deplor
able your condition.
Dr. Butte oeeuplea ft doable beast of twenty-ievea
rooms;. Indorsed by snmt o f the mosleelebrated medl
al professors of tblscouotry and Kuropo, and can be coo
lulled personally or by mail, on thedlieasea mentioned la
his works, omee and parlors. No. 13 N. Kigbtb street
tetween irktt and Cbeanut, St. Louie. XI 9.
GREAT ALTERATIVE
AND BLOOD PURIFIES
It ia not a qtutck nostrum.
The ingredients are pnbliahed
on each bottle of medicine. It
ia used and reoommended by
Physicians wherever it has been
introduced. It will positively
care
SCROFULA
and kinind iiuawt, RHEUM A.
VISM, WUlTBSWKLLim. GOUT,
GOITRE, BROHCHlTlS,SERVOUa
DEBILITY, INCIPIENT CON'
BUMPTlONni all dlseasea arising
from an impure condition of tha
Blood. Send for onr Rosadalis Al
mam ao, in which yon will fludcertifl
eates from reliable and trust-worth
Physicians, Ministers of tbe Gospel,
and others.
Dr. II. Wilsoa Carr.of BIU.
more, says be has used it incasiaof
Scrofula and other diseases wittt
much satisfaction.
Dr. T. C. Path, of Baltimore,
recommends it to all persons suffer,
lng with diseased Blood, saying it is
superior to any preparation ho baa
ever need.
I Rev. Dnbner Ball, of IheBsl
tlmore M. E. Conference South, says
he haa been so much benefitted by
its use, tbst be cheerfully recom
mends it to all his friends and so
qnaintances.
Craven 6c . Drnga-ists, at
Oordonsville, Vs., say It never basi
failed to give satisf tctlon.
damsiel G RIcFaolfiea, murw
frees bo ro", Tennessee, says it cured;
him of Bneamatlsm when all else
failed.
iWllJ;aiJD IHWflflCl'llUil niAuuwuf
1B1
JUS HOHAPAXJ8 IN CQN1TECTI0W WITH OUB.
4rulcurs vuiua "u o, , ' '
mnsts. etc We guarantee RosADiua superior to
tarBlood Purifiers. Sena for DescrisUv.
45ttcn or Almanac.
Address, CLEMENTS k CO.,
B 8. Commerce 8L, Boltimor, Jfi
to asi your Druggist for Boe-rti.T.
.m 0 TIm. Vimnlatnt. T)TCm
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VOL. 24- NO. 18.
MC ARTHUR, OHIO, JULY
17, 1873.
WHOLE NO. 1,214
O. T. CUNNINC,
LAWYER
M'ARTHUE, O.
ONFICE AT DttrO BTOltE, MAIM BTBEBT.
TJailg 187.
EDWIN N. BAHNniLL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
-AND
NOTARY PUBLIC,
OlUoeilc Arthur. Ohio,
Will attend promptly to all business entmnled
to ins era. uovll
C7. S. CLAYPOOLE,
ATTORIVEY AT
(proskcoti::o attorney,)
Mc ARTHUR, O.
Will prnelice 11 Vinton ami adjoining reun
ites. Ilun,.ea enirimted to bin rare piomjil
ly attended to. Office in Court Uouoe.
ioniiilBVIy
HOMEU C. JONES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MAIN 8TREhT.
McARTIlUR, OHIO.
Ornci: One door west of Dan Will A Bros.
Uoie.
,nnr30yt
AMERICAN HOUSE,
OPPOSITE R. R. DEPOT.
IIAMDEN, OHIO.
R. FOX, PROPRIETOR.
Livery Stable Attached.
MF.AI.S BEADY FOR ALL TRAINS.
The limine has 111, been refiirnixhed
throughout. Ilonms elenn and romfortable,
the tiildei vnpplied with the best i lie market
aitords, and no pains spared to aceomodale
guests. mar4 lwi ly
HULBERT HOUSE,
Main Street, Opposite Court House
Mc Arthur, Ohio,
JAMES WORKMAN, Trorrietor
I HAVE taken possesion of the above hotel,
renovated and purl I v refurnished It, and
w il I glad to serve I he old cii-tomers of ihe
house, and epeeinHy my old fiiends of the
lloekinji Valley who may 'he v utr ibis
omul The lahle will be lurnished with the
best the market arlnrds, and eare taken to
make KUests eomiort.ible. Good stnlihr.u at.
tie heil to ihe douse; Charges reasonable.
Uinar It73
PEYTON COX,
AUCTION EEE,
117 ILL attend to all business entrusted to
I t Ins rare.
P. 0. ADDHEHS:
HEED'S MILLS,
t'iitton Coimly, O.
3oetl872lm
llEiMtY MAULE,
Piilerchrnt Tailor,
Una ju.-t received his
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
Of the latent styles of
Cloths, Cassinuses and Vestings,
Which 1 will sell V-ry Low for Cnab.
CI'STOM work don in the most fashions
hie mid durable manner.
Thankful for the lilieral patronage extended
10 me heretofore, I solicit n contiuuuuce ol
i he same. Remember i he plnce
Second Htrcet. teeonil Door from I.nn
shin's Corner.
dccl)
II. 3IAULE.
JOHTJ BIECEL,
Formerly ot Ilniiiden.l
VNNorNCF.Stohi friend in Vinton and
niljoininaeniinties that be has Ivoiiuhl the
Hotel Formerly Kept by Ohas. Smith
Three doors west cf Madison, on
FEONT ST.
PORTSMOUTH, 0.
He ha refitted it Ibronuhoiif, and Is prepared
in entertain the tiavelina; public nt reasonable
rates. Inns
McAKTHUK
North-east corner of Main and Jackson street!
McARTIlUR, OHIO
GEO. W. BRUIN TON, Troprletoi
Manufactures
Carriages, Luyuies. Expresses, etc
ALSO, WAOOlfS AMD ALL EIMIS OF WAOOM W0SS
lone to order on short notice.
Painting and Trimming
ol a:1 kinds executed in the neatest and most
irtistic style.
Ktp.Allil.Nr. ol all kinds in my line will be
pro optly niid neatl. done.
B.Work done anliis esiablishmcnt is wsr-taiiu-d
to lie substantial, put up solid and exe
uu'edin the most worko aulike manner, not
to oe excelled in any respect b any other es
lablislimentin thecoiutrr.
TUATWC1CUIS
WORTH DOING
IS
WORTH ADVERTISING,
PBINT AHD PEOSPER.
Inmex Dutiklc's Ewlafr,
Probate Court. Vinton County. Ohio.
OTlCEis hereby given that Unmet AlKen.
Li a')iuardian of Ltnoia J , Roln rt A , Joha.
nrah K., Arnnnoa, and Nsne, U. I Ml ok In,
minors, has Hied his a counts w ill, said ward
-everally, tor tinal setilement with the first
named, and lor partial seul.meni wiih Ihe
others; and that said several account are s.t
for hearing on the IS'h day of Way, A. D.
1K78, at ! o'clock, A. M.
H. b. 4iAYt, Probate Judge.
April 21, 1873 " ' -
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SPRING AND S UMMER
CXiOTUIISr ea
rn ak I1CLL9IAIV,
At his ne place of business,
COEY'S BLOCK. OPPOSITE TJHION
HOUSE.
CHILLICOTHE, 0.
II AS THE
Choicest Stock
OK -
Spring and Summer Clothing
br.imlit to this market, emlirnnnii
jull Ihe luteal ami most fashionable si vies.
em in accordance 'Willi the latest fa-hions.
When ynu want a nobby suit duu't fall to call
on h rank. 11 o also tlTS and
Makes Garments to Ordei.
- - -i . and basa full lias-ef
Cents' Underwear
II ATS AND CAPS, &C.
'II elolhini marked down to the LOW
1ST I'Kil'KKN. (iive meac.,11 and I will
warrant satislactlou
i-iapr FRANK IIKLLMAN.
liiMi!l;..ii...fMi.ipKU'
WINDOW SHADES.
YEc &, CO.,
Union Block, Second St., Chillicothe,
1NVIIK thealtiniion or housekeepers of
this place and vicimiy to thcirstuck of Wall
Paper.
ALU NEW STYLES,
J'O" TUB
Spring Trade of 1873
Inrgr assuriment just received, t nil and
exumnie when you are in Llullicolhe.
It'iien and Paper II indow Shades. Hus
tle ahatlcii, at cost; a yoml Assort
ment of Miscrllaneous and
School Looks. Stationery, fancy
Articles, itc.
A GOOD BOOK
AGENTS WAN1ED.
Dick's ENrYci.oPEHiA of Practical Rr-
ciicts anii Psorassas. Cnnlainingi,,4'J2 prac
tical receipt, written in a p ain and popular
marner, ana imiscrateii wiih explanatory
woodouts. Being a comprehensive lawk of
Me re nee lor the inenlianl, manufacturer, ar.
li-an, amaleur and housekeeper, including
medicife, pharmacy and domestic economy
The scope of this work is entirely dihVrent
Ls3
r
irom any niner uook 01 ine Kind, nesmes
heinr a complete and alnnst indispensible
bi ok of reference for the thousand and one
receipts and sibcles needed In every house
hold , farm. Harden, etc.. it includes clear and
easily und.Pdnod directions for the applica
tion of many of ihu arts usiiallyacuuirednniy
oy long experience, anil so invested or lech
nichalilies, or the technicalities ol terms used
so lolly explained as to bring the enure sub
Jivt within the comprehension ofnny person
of ordinary intelligence. I'romiinenl among
the immense mass of siihiecls treated of in
the book are the Pillowing:
Tbe Art ol Dyeinir, Hard Snlt and Toilet
Soaps, Tsnning, Instillation, Imitation l.io,
nor. Wines, llnrdials and Hitlers, Cider,
brewing, Perufmery.Klavnnna Essences, etc.,
I.osmeiics, Hair liyes and Washes, Pomades
snd Pertiimed )!. Tooih Powders, etc., 8y,
ups. Alcohol and Alcdholmtftry, Pen oleum
and Kerosene. Hleaehing and Cleaning, Via
ear, bailees, Catsups and Pickels, Keceipta
lor the Harden, To Keniove Mains, Wpnts.eto.,
Pyrnlechny snd Kx lesives. Cements, etc ,
Waterprooting, Arliflcial, Hems, luks and
Writing Kluiiis, Aniline Colors, Painls and
Pimnent. tainting and Psper.hangwig, Ka'.
somineand Whitewash, Varnishing and Pol
ish ng, t.uhricaiora. Japanning and Lacquer
irg.Hootand Harness Blacking, Pholog aphv,
Melal and Alloys, (.tiding, ailveriny. elc..
Ele-irotyping, tlectroplsting, etc., P.tcnt
Medicines, Medical Receipt, Weights and
Measures. 607 pages, rcysl octavo, cbdh.
Price li.tm i.mar
I'lCh a FITZ(iERALIi,Publnshers.,r.
J OB WORE
EXECUTED
neatly & Promptly
thisoffice
Ohio's First Born.
[From the Cincinnati Commercial.]
BUCYRUS, OHIO, 1873.
Considerable interest basev
er been taken in the qnestion
as to who was the first white
child born in this Stated Your
readers, therefore, mav Jbe. per
baps interested in tbellollow
ing record containing ap ac
count of the birlhs of afew wlio
were supposed to lie amoiig
the firstborn within what are
now the limits of the State. .-.
At the close of PonliiicVwar,
iu 1764, a captive, a jrtyuan,
was delivered up to the' army
ot Colonel lienry Bouquet on
the banks of the Aluskiugum,
who had at the time a babe at
the breast about three months
old. She had been taken by the
Indians about three months
previous. That child wits un
doubtedly born upon territory
now within this State. - Her
husband was a Virginian; but
nothing is known of either Ljeir
history or nr.me.
On the 4lh of July, 1173,-a
inale.cluld was born at one ol
the Moravian villages upon the
Tuscarawas, then known as
(Jnadenhutten. The father was
John Roth, a missionary to the
Delawares. The sou was nam
ed John Lewis. He died at
York, Pennsylvania. Mis moth
er's nuiden name was Maria
Agnes Pfingstag.
In 1774 a white child was
born in the forest on the head
waters of the Miami River ot
Canadian French Parents by
the name of Millhomme, then
on their way to Louisiana from
Canada. Concerning the his
tory of the parcuts nothing is
known. The child crew to man
hood and was living in Terre
Bonne, Louisiana, as late as the
ear 1835. ., . .
In 1775 Samuel Leith was
born of white parents in Wy
andot county. ilis father's
name was John. His mother's
maiden name was Sally Lowry.
The wo were captives among
the Indians and had intermar
ried in the western wilderness.
Samuel Leith died in 'Fairfield
county, in 1S20.
Johanna Maria Hec'kewelder
was born April 6, 1871, at Sa
lem, n Moravian Indian village
in what is now Tuscarawas
county. She died in Bethle
hem, Pennsylvania, on the 19 ill
of September, 18G8. She had
long been regarded as tbe first
while child born in Ohio; but,
as we have seen, her claims to
that distinction must now be
given up. lier latlior s name
was John lleckewelder, a mo-
ravian missionary. The mai
den name ot her mother was
Sarah Ouneberg.
C. W. BUTTERFIELD.
A Great Horror Done Away
With.
House cleaning is a great
horror to nine men outof every
ten. When Ihe lime comes the
'men folks," as a rule give the
domestic hearth a '-wide berth "
Oceans of suds the product of
tons of soap fairly flood every
part of the bouse. The women
Irom the mistress down, labor
as they never worked before,
and what wiih the discomfort,
the smell of suds and the damp
ness, and not unlrequently
sickness, the product of colds
and overwork, matters are gen
erally disagreeable. The sim
ple use of Sapolio instead of
soap does away wiih all this
discomfort. It lightens the la
bor a hundred per cent., be
cause it removes dirt, grease,
stpins and spots, with hardly
any labor, wiih but little water,
and iu one-tenih the usual time.
i
Tub lourlb in Madrid, Spain,
was celebrated at the Ameri
can Legation yesterday by a
grand banquet. Among the
distinguished guesia of Minis
ter Sickles were Senor Castel
ar, members of the Cabinet,
foreign represenlaiiVes in Mad
rid, -and the President ol the
Cortes.
[From the Springfield (Ill.) Republican.]
A Very Singular Case of Feline
Intelligence.
We have heard of many won
derful things which have been
done by cats; and there has
.been not a little superstition
among some classes ot people
in regard to their connection
with .witchcralt. We remem
ber of once seeing a picture of
.a ''witch," in which the old lady
was riding on a broom with a
black cat. in her arms. We
were solemnly told, when, when
we were a youngster, that cats
had seven lives,'' and whatev
er that may mean, there is no
use in trying to make us be
lieve that it is not absolutely
true. -
But all this had nothing to
do, that we- know of, with a
very singular "cat" incident
which happened night before
last at the residence of one of
our leading citizens, who re
sides ic the northern part of
the town. Being outof the gas
district he uses "kerosene ' oil,
and during the night is in the
habit of leaving one of these
lamps burning on a bracket in
a vestibule, which connects his
own sleeping apartments with
the children's "nursery." On
the night in question, by some
accident or other, the lamp
seems to have got out of order.
At any rate the wick caught
fire and was blazing a danger
ous flame against the ceiling.
Iu a short time the house
would have evidently been on
fire, the entire household mean
while being soundly asleep.
But the old family cat, the fam
ily playfellow of the children,
was in the apartment; and ap
parently appreciating the dan
ger of the situation, jumped
upon the bed and commenced
energetically to "paw" the face
of our friend. Of course be was
at once startled and aroused
from sleep by the performance,
and, hastening to the blazing
lamp, saved his house from
what might have beea a de
structive fire.
Now, he does not assume to
explain what the cat had to do
with the affair. He does not
know whether it was instinct,
reason or an irrelevant freak
which prompted "pussy" to
awake him irom his sound
slumber just in time to save
his house from burning, but
the incident is not a little sin
gular, to say the least of it. Il
would seem that the cat is re
ally endowed with intelligence,
and we doubt not, now that we
have told her story, that there
will be a general rush for the
next litter of kittens. The cat
herself is not for sale.
Principles Governing Rotation.
11011.
1. However well a soil may
be prepared, it can not long
uourisn crops of the same kind
n succession without becom
ufe exhausted.
2. Every crop impoverishes
soil more or less, according
as more or les3 is restored to
the 6uil by the pltnt cullivaU
ed.
3. Perpendicular rooting
plants and such as root lion
zuutally ought to succeed each
other.
4. Plants of the same kind
should not return too frequent
ly iu rotation.
5. Two plants favorable to
the growtn ot weeds should
not succeed each other.
6. Such plants as eminent
ly exhaust the soil, as the
grains and oil plants, should
only be sown when the land is
in good heart.
7. In proportion as a soil is
found to exhaust itself by suc
cessive crops, plan's which are
least exhausting should be Cul
tivated. Our farmers have only to
keep these seven fundamental
principles in mind in order to
keep their land rich for all
time.
What Shall we do With Our
Daughters.
Bring tbem up in the way
they should go.
Give them a good substan
tial common school education.
Teach tbem how to wash rnd
iron clothes.
Teach them how to darn
stockings and sew cn buttons.
Teach them how to make
their own dresses?
Teach them to make slilrts.
Teach them to make bread.
Teach them all mysteries of
the kitchen, the dining-room
and parlor.
Teach them that a dollar is
only one hundred cents.
Teach them that the more
one lives within their income,
the more they will save.
Teach them that the further
one lives beyond their income,
the nearer they get into the
poor house.
Teach them to wear calico
dresses, and do it like a queen.
Teach them that a good,
round, r 6y romp is worth fifty
delicate consumptives.
Teach them to wear thick,
warm shoes.
Teach them to do tbe mar
keting for the family.
Teach them to foot up store
bills.
Teach them that God made
them in bis own image, and
that no amount of tight lacing
will improve the model.
Teach them every day hard
practical common sense.
Teach them self-reliance.
Teach them a good steady,
greasy mechanic is worth a doz
en oil-plated loafers in broad
cloth. Teach them to bave nothing
to do with intemperate and dis-
soiute young men.
Teach them to climb apple
trees, go fishing, cultivate a
garden, and drive a road team
or farm wagon.
Teach them not to paint and
powder.
Teach them not to wear false
hair.
Teach them to regard the
morals not the money of the
beaux.
Teach the essentials ot life
truth, honesty, uprightness
then at a suitable lime let
them marry.
Rely upon it, that upon your
teaching depends in a great
measure the the weal or woe of
their after life.
In Favor of Fat Meat.
Dr. Dixon in a late number
of the Scalpel, in an article on
"diet," assumes that the use ol
oil would decrease the victims
of consumption nine tenths,
and this Is the whole secret of
the use of cod liver oil. The
following is a summary of ob
servations on this subject made
by Dr. Hooker.
1. Of all persons between
tbe ages of 14 and 22 years
mere than one-fifth can not eat
fat meat.
2. Ot persous of the age of
45, all excepting less than one
hUh habitually use fat meat.
3. Ol persons between the
ages of 15 and 22 avoid fat
meat tew acquire an appetite
for it and live to a good old
age, while the greater portion
die with phthisic before thirty
five. 4r. Of persons dying with
phthisic between the ages of
12 and 45 nine-tenths, at least,
have never used fat meat.
Most individuals who avoid
fat meat also use little butter
or oily gravies, though many
compensate for this want, in
part at least, by a free use of
those articles, and also milk,
eggs and saccuariue substitute
tor lat meat, without which
sooner or later the body is al
most sure to show tbe effects
of this -deficient calorfication
Jons Dennis, a Long Island
huckster, who kindly permit
ted two negroes to ride in his
wagon on Saturday, was turn
ed upon, beaten to death, and
robbed.
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Emigrants' Home.
LINCOLN, 1873.
talk about the
Emigrants' Home at the Bur,
lington and Missouri River
Railroad station, in Lincoln, as
a new thing under the sun. '
Yet Solomon was right in say
ing there is no eucIi new thing
Analogous establishments do
abound abroad, and may be
traced back a thousand years.
In Hamburg, traveling work
men live in lodging houses,
called "Ilerlergen," or harbor
ages, belonging to their vari
ous trades, and are furnished
with the loan ot 6uch tools as'
they need. But they pay the
cost of whatever is furnished
them; whilo, in Lincoln, shel
ter and lodging-room aro free
answering to the negro's def
inilion of grace, as "something
for nothing."
Uerbergen or industrial
caravansaries, each serving as
a house of call or labor mart
still survive in Prussia also.
But the best counterparts of
the Nebraska Emigrants' home
are in Switzerland. At Olton,
Slanz, Berne, and throughout
the canton ot Neuchatel, itin
erant workmen (iud beds or
other accommodations, free of
charge.
Moreover, the "Hospices"
scattered over the passes of
the Alps, open their doors and
tables to all comers. The wri
ter has himself been entertain
ed in more than one of them,
on the St. Bernards (Ureat and
Little), St. Gothard, &j. No
payment is expected from the
poor, but other people are led
carefully to the contribution
box in the chapel.
All these European homes
of hospitality deserve the high
est praise. The difference be
tween them and that in Lincoln
is this: tbat they all send
forth there guests to toil on the
same low level as before, white
the Lincoln house is a stepping
stone to a higher plane. It
was, last year, a refuge for
hundreds of new imigrants till
they could command higher
wages than they had ever
earned, and for hundreds more
till they secured homesteads,
which raised them iuto the
rank ot landlords and lords of
the land. The Alpine estab
lishments are obsolescent nnd
ready to vanish away, as hav
ing outlived their usefulness,
that beyond the Missouri is
still in its cradle, but is yearly
doubling its development.
All of them are as suns to
guide, gladden and save; but,,
in spite of astronomy, the
grand sun is setting in the East
and rising in the West.
Helped on their way by tha
sister Reception Houses in
Burlington and Lincoln, 4 525
farm hunters had bought 478,
9S8 acres ot railroad land be
fore New year's, 1S73, on- ten
year credit, six per cent, inter
est, and on contracts made
since that date, paying noth
ing of the principal till tbe.
end of the fourth year.
Senator Hart, our candidate
for Lieut. Governor, is spoten
highly of by the oposilion
sheets. The Cincinnati Com
mercial speaks thus concern
ing bis Fourth of, July speech
at Chillicothe: Hon. Alphonso
Hart delivered a masterly ora
tionofsome threequnrters of
an hour 8 duration, iu which he
touched upon the currency
question, the war, tbe state of
the country, tbe memory of
the dead soldiers, and several
other topics, and created a
most favorable impression for
brilliant oratory and fairness
of criticism.
The Enuirery also concern
ing the same speech, has this:
The oration of Lion. Alphonso
Hart .was eloquent, patriotic,
pertiuent to the occasion aod
free from any partisan, bias or
political tendency.

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