THE VINTON RECORD.
JOHN T. KAPlMt,
Editor and Proprietor.
prriOE-N. . Oornar of llalnand
Logan Sts., Oopoaite Oourt House.
$2 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
Davil Smart. Samuel W. Kilvert, Jr.
MI ART Sc KI1VERT,
SUCCESSORS TO DtVID BMART1
LSD COMMISSION MEECHAHTS.
rrompt Attention given to the
Transfer of VIU IKON and
other Property from and to
ltuilroad and Canal.
Water Street.betioeen Paint and Walnut
mar II ItiiilHv
liquor and Commission' Merchants
NO. 20 WATER STREKT,
Alo In Barrel., Half Barreli and Botllee.
TOWN LOTS AND LANDS
THE Znleski Company, with a view to the
development of the local interests of Jales
to secure He permanent pioeperily, ai.it to
add to its population aud irenlth. are now
filtering to actual setilei a, town lota and farm
landa at low prices, and on liberal bruin.
Persona desiring to examine the property
and to tut jr rheap houses will apply at the
Company' oillces to
R. THOMPJON, Manager.
Zaleskl, Ohio, May ID, 1871. tt
The Most Desirable Ee J-
denoa in Mc-Arthur.
I OFFER for tale my reaidence on North
street. It consists of a splendid dwelling
house, well Itmshed, in'le and out, with
eiKlit ruomsiind a good cellar. Agnndotttce
biiililuig, stable, wood and coal hoitseand oth
er necessary out buildings, 'the premises
cnniHin 'i'i acres, including I acre ot viuetard,
nil thrifty iwari iik vines; I here are also thirly
hearing apple trees la-sl vari ?ty of Knitted
fruit, Iwenty-five healing peach trees beat
(jiid led friii.', cherriea, quinces, plimia.and a
variety of stiiull hull For furl he r particulars
Inquire nt the nthce of this paper, or ill the
lriniiH4. 'I ei ilia easy.
lecMim 8. S. P0LLISON.
A Fine German Chromo.
nun Ait ii.rmNT niiuxio. mdi'ntcd axd
at.Aiir ma rujtiNu, run to avear aoi.nt roa
UTE BULDW TH2 SURFACE,
' LY11I0S. W.KSOX,
912 P'gs Octavo. 130 Fins Engravings
lielntea in idenN nnd accident- bemud Ihe
liuhl of dav; startling adveniurea 1'iell part'
vit the world inio'. and mode, uf wnrkiiit.'
lliemi undercurrent of society, gaiuldiiiK
aii-l it' li'irr ir; cavern and their iny-toriea
the d.irk wnya f weUe'luess; priamia iiml
ineir .e-'rets; dnvn in the depth- uf the sett
feinmi! st-i-es ntthH delcctcin off rime.
-Tin-1 k Irenlani the experience wuh biig
nda; in opium den and gniiHing hell, life
n prison; alone, uf exiles; nrivent ire
among Indians; journeys through sewers nnd
rutitcninhs, accident ill mines; pirale and
piracies; tortures uf the impiiHit on; wonder
f tt t burgliii'ies; under. lurid of the great cities,
for Hi! work. Exclusive teriHnry given.
Agcni enn m kr $11:11 per week in selling thia
tiuok. Scud for circulars and terms to agent..
jr. j. nvnitu nrc,
HAfTFORp, CONN., orCU ICACiO. ILL.
rA BOOK FOR THE MILLION
I Married or IboM about !
mtrry on th pbytlulogteBl
tniterii kMid reTeUtluu-of
thcHiukl iritva. tth tbt
Htttt dliooTcrlci In prodnelDg o4 prcriBtiDg Ofprin,
tw t prcttrvt iht eompUiloo. Jto.
Thiil lotcrciUni work vftwo bandrvd sad ilitf
ftfti, with nu mere iu cnirtvtngi, toil codmIdo vsluablo
iDromttloB for tbooo who art marrled.or oot.umplte tntr
rlM BtlHUlia book tbot ought to bo kept uadtr took
ftai key, aa4 not laid carol ewly about tbt bouat
IteoBlalui tbt xperienoo and advlctofa phvaldit
bofrpuulloali worldwr1, and oboaVd bela tbt pri
Taw drawer of ery malt and female throughout tbt en t Ira
globt. It tmbraota iwy thing oa tbt auhiect o 1 tbt gea
ratlrt irateai that U worth knowing, and ach that U
hot publlthedla aoT other workr.
Sent U any oot (fret of pottage) rer Fifty Cewta.
Iddreia Dr. Butia' DUpoaiarj.ho. 13N.l.lcbthitrMl
et. uuut m.
Kotlce to tlia AfUlcted mi 7&lbrtnnate.
Vf tart applying ta tha nttori oat qntekt who adTtrtlie la
tDbllapairi,or uilog any quack renedlci peruit Dr.
nils' work nomatur what jour diaoli, tr how dtpltr
bio your condition.
Dr. Butia occupies a donblt hoaaa of lwtaiTatvth
room.; I aiador-ed by aomtof tbt noit celebrated aBodl
talnrofeioortof ihlcouDtry and Kuropo.and can bteea-
tolled peraonally or by mall, on thedlieaie- mootloned It
laworka. ORleo and parlora, No. 13 H. KighU atxath
httwtth Marktt aad Che-nut, fit Louii, Mo.
THE GEEA1 ALTERATIVE
AND BLOOD PUBIFIEB
It is not a quack nostrum.
The ingredienU ara nbliabed
oneachbottleof medicine. It
ti used and reoommended by
1,. I introduce It will poaitiYely
tut HnoW iittoMM. RHEUMA.
TISM, WHITE SWELLING, OOUT,
OOITRB, BRONCHITI8,NBR VOUS
DEBILITY. tSClPlBNT COM.
SOMPTlONnoi all diaeaae ariain
from an Impure condition of the
Blood. Bena loronr noaaoAUB jux
Mawio, in which yon will find oertll.
eatea from reliable and treat-worthy
phT.lclana, Ulnltten of tbt Croapel,
mon,aaya he baa naed It in eaara of
Scrofula, and other dtoaiea with
much aatlaf action.
Dr. T. C. Pagta, of BalUmora,
recommend, it to all peraona euHr.
ins with duwaaed Blood, eaying it 1
uperlor to any preparation few haa
"Sct. DaksMy Ball, of the BaJ.
Umore M. E. Ooof erenoa Bonta, aavf
he hai been ao much benefitted by
ita nae, that he cheerfully raeom.
mend. It to all hi frtendaand ao
Crarea V SniKirlata,
OordonaTille, Va., amy it Barer haa
failed to give aatlaf action.
Ha Mel O ncFaaMea, Hm
freeaboro'. Tenneaaee, aaya it jural
him of Bhenmatiam wbaa all all
THJi BOBAPA1J8 CT OOKOTCTIOW WITH OCT,
. - ftannklnL DrS.
SSalTeio.- We naranta BoeaDiu superior to
irKood Purifiers. Boad for BescripU'J
AMtfm,axwarn too., '
( B. Commerce Bt, BaUimart, M.
VOL. 21--NO. 11.
MC ARTHUR, OHIO, AUGUST 7, 1873.
WHOLE NO. 1,217
O. T. CUNNING,
OHFICE AT DRrO BTORB, MA1K STREET.
EDWIN n. bahniiill,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office McArthur, Ohio,
Will attend promptly to all butinete animated
o hta care. uorll
U 3. CLAYf OOLE,
ATTOUWEY AT LAW,
Will praclice n Vinton andadjolningcoun
Ilea. BuaiLexa eniruated to hia care piompt
ly attended to. Office in Court Houoe.
HOMElt C. J ONES.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OrncK Om door weal of Dan WillABron.
OPPOSITE R. R. DEPOT.
II A M D E N , OHIO.
R. FOX, PROPRIETOK.
Livery Stables Attached.
Thet llnuae haa
FOR ALL TRAINS.
htxt been refurniahed
throughout. Knnmi clean and comfortalile,
thaialde anpplied with the lat ihe market
alfords, and no paina .pared to accomodate
guests. mar ion. it
Main Street, Opposite Court House
JAMES WORKMAN, Proprietor
I HAVE taken pn.enlnn of the ahna hotel,
renovated and parllv refuriiii-hed It, and
a il be iilad lo aerve the old enlemer of Ihe
honae, anil epecinlly my old fiiendaoflhe
HwkinR Valley alio may be viainna: tlitk
iionii I'hetalile will he lurniehed wuh Ihe
heat the market aHorda, and care taken 10
nmke Kuc-ta pninlnrtahle. tiood etalih'.a; nt
tiv hed to Ihe houae; Charek reaxunable.
Iilu.ar If 73
; I I.L attend to all bualneaa entruited to
Vj hta care. . . ; ..
O ADDIiKSS: '"
I 'Inlon County, O,
Haa jiict received hia
FALL AN I' WINTER STOCK
Of the lalett alylea of
Cloths, Cassimeses and Vesting,,
Which 1 will sell Very, low for (hah.
ClIISToM work done in the moat fathiona
hie and dn ruble manner.
Thankful for th liberal patronage extended
in me heretofore, I anlieil a continuance ol
thetuime. Remember the place
Second Htreet, Second Poor from Lnn.
Formerly ot Hnmden.
i N viinNCRS to hi. frienda in Vlnlon and
Ya.ljo.ninuoounilen that he haa lionuhl the
Hotel Pormerly Kept by Ohas. Smitb
Three doors west cl Madison, on
He haa refitted it throughout, and la prepared
to entertain the tiavehng public ai reaaonan
Sorth-eaat corner otUi in and Jackson street
GEO. W. B11UNT0N, Proprletoi
jiuvuie. lqpru$ef, eh
iiao, waooaa aao an tiava or waooa woaa
done lo order on ahort notice.
Painting and Trimming
ol all kinda executed in the neateat and moat
KfcfA IKING ol all kinda in my line will
uroinl'tly aud neatl done.
Work done at thin establishment la war.
auu-d to he aubaiantial, put up solid and exe
cu'edin the moat workicanlike manner, not
o oe excelled in any respect b ny other ea
TIIAT WfllCU IS
PRINT AND PROSPER.
James Dunkle's Estate
Probata Court, Vinton County, Ohio,
NOTICE ia hereby given that Bamet Aiken
aa guardian of Linina J., Hobert A., John
Manth Arminoa, and Nancy B. liunkle,
minora, haa died his accounts with said ward
eventllv. lor nnal spulenient with the firat
named, and lor partial settlement wuh
others; and that said several accounts are
for hearing on the Huh day Of May, A.
U78, ai o'clock, A. M.
1 U. B. MAIO; Probate Judge.
W ei V mm
5w H 60
i i s r-.n m
j-. mi n l.
O S o w p,
. . S o o i
f O E3 S
Hco oh Ph
SPRING AND S UMMER
At his gear place of business,
(JOEY'S BLOCK. OPPOSITE UUION
Spring and Summer Clothing
VER hraimht to this market, embrncinu
Jiill Ihe Intent and most fuahionabie styles.
in in nccordnnce will) the Isleet taaliiona
When ' u nl a niilihv auitituu't (all to call
inrrauk. lie ulso cms and
Makes Garments to Okdei
and haa a full line of
II ATS AID CAPS, AC.
Jill elnthinir marked down to the LOW
VM t FIUI KKH. Give me a dll and 1 will
tarr FRANK HELLMAN.
YEc & CO.,
Union Block, Second St., Chillicothe
NVITK ti) e attention of hnuaeKeepera ol
Lthis place ana viviiuty to tiieiratocu ot wai
ALL NEW STYLES,
Spring Trade of 1873
ii re HKSHiiincni jum receivcu. uiui an
examine when ymi nre in Chillicothe.
iiieu and Paper Window Shades. Ilu-
Uc itmile, at cost; a yimti Ansnrt-
ment of MiscManenns and
School liuoke, Staiiouery, Fancy
A GOOD BOOK
Dick's EncyclopriiIa op Practical Rk
Kicis snii Caoi KaaKa. Contniningi,422 prne
Heal recetpU, wriilen in a p. Bin and ponul.n
mill tier, ana iiiuairsicu with exptnniitorj
r- lerenee lor tl'.e merchant, manufacturer, ar
mul-cut. nem a comprenenaive nouK o
1 fan, amateur and housekeeper, including
meilicine, pharnincy and domestic economy
I he scope of thia work is entirely dihVreni
irom any otner door oi ine Kinn, tiecine
letnra complele and alimat indiapenatbli
in ok of reference for the thousand and om
reeeinu and articles needed in every houa
hold, farm, Harden, etc.. it includes clear and
easily understood directions for the applica
uon 01 many or mo arts usually acquired oni
ny long experience, and so invented or teen
nichaliiiea. or the technicalities of terms use.
lect within the comprehenion of any iiersoi
ao lully explained as to briug the enure sun
of ordinary intelligence. Promiinent among
tne immense masa 01 etioiecia ireaieu 01 in
the book are' the lo lowing:
The Art ot Ityetng, Hard Bolt and Toilet
Soaps, Tanning, Instillation, Imitation Lin,
uors, Whips, Cordixl and Hitler, Cider.
Brewing, Perufmerv.Klavorint fcaeenoee, etc,
I, osmetics, Hair Dyes and Wathea, Pomades
and I'ertlimed Uils.Tooih Powders, etc., 8y.
iup, Alcohol and alcohol met ry, Petioleum
and Kerosene. Bleaching and Cleaning, Vin
nar, Bailees, Cataups and Pickels, keeeipls
Inr the (iunlen, To nemove Bisins,pois,eio.
Pvrotechtiv and Ku lesivea, Cements, etc
UaternrooHnir. Arllflciat. Gems. Inks and
Writing Fluius, Aniline Colore, Pain la and
figments, I aiming ana raper-nsnging, c
limine and Whitewash. Varnishing and Pol.
ah mr. Lubricators. Jasanning and Lacquer'
irg.Hootand Harnea. Bla-king, Pholog aphv,
Meiala and Alloys. Hilding, Silvering, etu
K.leclrotvnm?. Kleetrnolati ng. etc.. Patent
Medicines, Medical Receipta, Weights and
Measures, out pages, royal octavo, i;mn
Pries 15.00 limar
DICK A FITZGERALD, Publnshere, N..T,
J OB WOKE
NEATLY &. PROMPTLY
H if Mb
HERE in the means by which
those Democratic reformers of
Fairfield have swindled the
people of that county.
First An absolute loss to
the county, by lraudulyot, on
knowing misuianagement. and
thievery in the Auditor's and
reasarer's offices of a slim ig1
gregating over 550,000, and the
methods by which it was ao
Second Aetna, ftmtt fde
stealing, by a connty oiScial,
of bonds to the amount of
housaods of dollars.
Third Fraudulent collusion
between the Deputy Auditor
and Deputy Treasure, by
which they have received
thousands of dollars, by being
credited with delinquencies
which had no existence; by the
inefficiency and favoirtism ol
the Deputy Treasurer in mati
ng collections of taxes, return
ing as delinquent parties well
known to be able and Killing
0 pay, in addition to numbers
who had paid; getting credit
lor such alleged delinquencies,
and tnen leaving off the names
of such seeming delinquents
n making up the duplicate of
the succeeding year.
Fouith-In marking up 'pi 11'
n ti e duplicate, the individu
al taxes of the Treasurer, Dtp-
ty Treasurer, and Deputy
Auditor, without the necessary
requisite of first putting the
mount of said taxes Into the
Filth By underhanded and
legal manipulations of large
mounts raited by taxation for
urnpike purposes, by which a
arge sua re ol said (axes ac
crued to certain officials. By
be second payment of bonds
hat, having been once paid,
lionld have been'anateJId-
Sixth By unlawful uhargee
of commissions, and by repeat-
ng charges upoi the same
collections an indefinite num
ber of limes.
Seventh The keeping oi the
record of the county bonds
or rather the not keeping it at
all in' such manner as to al
ow unlimited stealing, with
out a limited possibility of de-
Tub Enquirer amrms that M
Groesbeik's letter "is both
able and honest." That was
our notion. Mr. U. savs, "I be-
eve the historical Democrat
0 organization is spoiled."
That U both able and honest
When fish or meat 19 in on of-
ensiVe state of decomposi'ion,
t is customary to say it is
poilt-d. The Democracy is
ipoiled, Mr. U. savs, bath ably
1 nd honestly. Therefore, he
says, let it be buried out Of
night and smell. This is both
tble and honest. He says to
Mr. Collins, as to the Democ
racy entering a new organiza
tion, ''You will not succeed un
less they do." This is able
and honest. And as the De.
mocracy will not, they will not
succeed. lie days ten years of
constant blundering, and the
last year's final surrender,
have made the Democratic
prty incapable of victory.
This is both able and honest.
These are our sentiments. We
should add more, and say at
least four years of crimes
which ought to make the party
forever Infamous-in our history.
Mr. G. says everybody ought
to leave the worn out and dis
graced Democratic party. That
is both able and honest But
he says if the rest do not, he
will stick to it in death. That
is particularly able and honest.
The Washington Capital apt
ly defines the differences be
tween the Democratic leaders
to be a disagreement as
whether the party is a proper
subject for therapeutic treat
ment ti n post mortem exam
[From the Nashville Journal, July, 1873.
The Cholera in Nashville.
We printed it in
our Journal, reprinted it in
pamphlet form, and sent It
broadcast through; the land,
proving, so fir as proof was
possible upon such a subject,
that no one who abstained
from fruits, vegetables and an
imal products, died of cholera;
that not one died here In 1849,
1850,1854, or .1866; who thus
abstained. And now we re
cord again, that not one has
died berev who so lived, and
that we can repeat what
published in a cholera pamph
let; in 1866, that one has it
absolutely in his power to
save himself in this disease.
We said, in 1850 and I960,
that we claimed ic as an origi
nal discovery, that cholera
would not prey upon one who
had no fruit, vegetables nor an
imal products, in his stomach.
And now, to-day, our whole
population believe it, and not
one death, in all our city, of
which anything is known, that
is not traced directly to a want
ol a knowledge or obedience
to this law. Mark me, every
deahll And not one death has
occurred among those num
bering more than twenty thou
sand people who ate no fruits,
nor vegetables, nor animal
products, during the existence
of the scourge. No, not one!
Wo have had no contemptible
practico here, as all know, lor
a quarter of a century, and not
one ot all the people to whom
we are physicians in ordinary,
but what is this day, July 10th,
1873, two days after no inter
ment from the late scourge,
alive, and able to hold up his
hand, and not occupying a
hole in the ground at Mt. Oli
vet, .or elsewhere. . . ',
These facts will be known
when the books that omitted
(hem shall be among the for
gotten things of the earth.
Jenner saved many, after La
dy Montague, seventy years
before, had poiuted out safety.
Ourdiscovery promises to oave
many more than that of Jen
ner, and there is no substitute
We will show hereafter that
one brave, good man, wilh five
assistants, did drive litrdll.v
drive cholera out of the ne
gro villages Around our city
when it was at its worst. But
they carried hope in their
faces, medicine in one hand,
and chickens in the other; but
ne'er a vegetable ne'er a time.
A Distracted Democrat.
The case was pathetically put
by a life long, dyed in the
wool Democrat of this city,
who was asked his intentions
respecting the two Conven
tions of July 30th and Aug. 6
9did he: UI shall go to neither,
I don't knoW which is which
In fact, I don't know anything
that I thought I knew. When
tuck sound Democrats as Thur
man take one dirccunn and
such equally sound Democrats
as Push and Groesbeck take
directly opposite directions
what am I to do? Where am
to go? I never was anything
but a Democrat. I never wan
to be anything but a Demo
crat But bow the d ickens
I can tell which way to be a
Democrat and at the ssm
time keep in the Democratic
party beats me. I was suckled
with the milk of pure Democ
racy, but the old folks have
gone wandering oS with strange
company and I am in a lair
way of being left a lone or
phan. I toll you it is confound
ed hard to be thus ihru:t out
upon thenntenler mercies
an ansympat.hi2ing world wilh
out a friend you can trust."
Over 5,000,000 acres of lan
is ODen for homsieds an
preemption in Dakota.
Aara rttaeaaeBta huert4 a fair Prices
A terrible cutting and shoot
ing affray took place last Tues-
ay forenoon m Buckskin
township, two and a half miles
west vof . South , Salem, on the
etcrsburg road at a place
cooinionly ' known as "Frog
town." One statement of tl e
flair, as reported to us by
parties from Buckskid, is as
follows: Mr. . Noah Grove, a
wealthy farmer, had for some
time past a tenant on his place
by the name of Johnson. Wish
log to rid himself or this
man, he found it necessary to
proceed against him according
to law, Johnson refusing abso-
utely to move away peacea
bly. The writ of ejectment
was placed in the hands of
Constable James il. Suggs,
who apprehending (rouble,
took with him two deputies to
assist in enforcing the writ.
hey were met by Johnson
with curses and fearful threats
obnson said among other
lings that he wanted to kill
tree men before he died. Fi
ally, however, he mado a
show of acquiescence, and
bile the constable and his
deputies were quietly retnov-
10 goods from the house,
Johnson quietly slipped up
behind Boggs and struck him
n the back ot the head wilh
n ax, making a dreadful gash,
seven inches long, and reach
ing into the brain, tie then
struck him again on the thigh
Completely 6feveridg the thigh
bone, lie Ihen throw the axe
t one of the deputies, when
the other deputy Mr. Neeley,
drew bis revolver and fired at
him four times, only one ball
taking effect. The ball struck
ohnson in the breast and pass
ed down into the lungs, lie
was then seized, handcuffed
and taken to IKe house of Mr.
lobert Lavery, where he was
guarded over night by liobert
Patterson nnd others. Mr.
Boggs was taken to Mr. Samu
el Braden's, where he was at
tended by five of the best phy
sicians in that vicinity. They
did not expect him to live
through the night Johnson
has a very bad reputation in
that neighborhood. Ileiscori
sidered a very lazy and worth-
ess fellow. There ia intense
excitement in Buckskin town
ship, and nothing but John
son's wounds has prevented
Register. Are They Ku-Klux.
A report of repeated outrag
es lately committed upon the
property and family of a man
named Bolen living near
Cheshire have reached us.
First, property was destroyed;
then in his absence his wile
was assailed with missiles as
she stepped outside the door,
by two men who 6b e thiuks
were white with faces blacked,
one stooe struck her but she
was able to get hold of a shot
gun and fire at them as they
ran off. Again, Mr. B. who is a
carpenter, being engaged at
work here, his house was en
tered by two men, his wife
seized, and thrown on a bed,
and held by one while her feet
were bound together with
cords, then her hands by the
other, when a eun shot was
heard and the men ran away.
bhortly alter a man who had
been hunlinz and had dis
charged his gun at a squirre
called at the house lor a drink
of water and cut the cord3 wilh
which Mrs. B. Was bound.
Such is the Btnrv as told
and our Cheshiro friends who
have an enviable reputation
law abiding citizens will un
d mbtedly investigate the mat
Meigs Co. News,
a rotable difference be
tween a thop-keeper selling
out and a tailor if, that one
makes a close ot business, rnd
thfl other makes a business of
ADVEIITISLNQ TEJt.MS. .
One squarej... ..... $1 00
Eufti additional Insertion f0
Cards, per yeai. 1 1 (i 0 ;;
Local not Ires, per line,....-. . . li
Yearly adyertlaemciiU $10t OH
Column, slid at proportionate rate itl -icgajtpacc.
Payable In advance; -
ty The ltecord being the official
paper of the town, and having l r
lnrn'st circulation of my pnprr In tr ti
county, ofii'rs superioi luJuceuic-Us1
ii - I
Darwin, in his new work, on
"The Expression of the Emo
tion i't Man and Animals" hza
an interesting chapter ..on
blushing. This act, he tells hs,
is the most peculiar and the
most human of all expression'
Animals never blush, although
monkeys redden irom passion.
We can not produce blushing
by any physical means; it is
the mind which must be affect
ed; and blushing is not only in
voluntary, but the wish (a
restrain it increases the ten
dency. While the young bbsb
more freely 'than the old, in
(ants do not b!u&h; women
blusil more than men Ihe
blind and the deed do not es
cape, it is usually the fac,
ears, and neck only, thai red
den; the blush d3es not extern!
over the body; but certain
races who go hnbilually naked
blush over their arm3 and
chests, and even down to their
waists. The limitation oi blush
ing to exposed parts is easily
explained by the fact that these'
portions of the surface Lave
been habitually exposed to the
air, light) and alternations of
temperature, by which the
small artenea acquire the hab
it of readily dilating or con
tracting. Hindoos, blueh but
little; the Clnnose rarely blush;
the Polynesians blush freely,
Ihe young cquatf ot our Amer
ican tribes lias been seen to
blush; the Kaffers of South Af
rica never blush, neither do the
John G. Tuomi'jon, chairmaii
ot the Democratic State Cen
tral Committee lias issued a
call lor the assembling of the
Democratic Slato Convention
in Columbus, August C. In his
call he give3 the names of all
the leading railroads through!
out the State as having agreed
to pass delegates at half fare
to and from the Convenliori.
What does this mean? Ilavs
the leaders ot that party givefi
in their adhesion to the rail
road monopolists? Or, have
the railroad monopolists piir
chased the Democratic party?
f the sale has been ai ranged
for, which party has beeu 60lu"?
Sorcethiu' is workin'."
Delegates to the Republican
State Convention were most
emphatically refused half faro.
Moral. The monopolists know-
where to fiul pliable material.
One good mother, said Geo.
Herbert, is worlh a hundred
schoolmasters. In the homo
she is "loadstone to all hearty
and loadstar to all eyes." Im
itation of her is constaut-itn-
tation which Bacon likens i'
a globe ol precepts." But "ex
ample is far hiore than pre
cept. In its instruction is action.
Tdk United Brelbreri pro
pose to follow in the wake of
the Methodists, and admit lay
men as delegates in iLteir
Church Conference. By a vot
of 90 to 12, the recent General
Conlerence agreed to submit
the question to the churches ii
November next, and "abido
IJarvey Ambhosk, proriett'T
of the American Ilou'sr, in L
gan, should be encouraged.
The flood left many strangers
in Logan on the Fourth, num
bers of them with little ot bo
money. He threw his hoax
open to them nntit the flood
subsided, charging the impe
cunious ones nothing, and
throwing oil fifty cents a day
for those who had mottey.
It is certainly good news if
it be true the best dews iF
the Beasons, that one peacock
will clean an acre of potatoes
of the potato bugs. We aro
afraid that the only way this,
likelyto happen is that Ihebugi
may get scared at their singing.
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