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THE VINTON RECORD.
JOHN T. ItAPEIt,
Editor aud Proprietor.
ErriOE-H.. Corner of Main and
ogan Sts., Ooposite Court House.
2 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
DavH Smart. Samuel W. Kllvart, Jr.
Established m.
(rilART Sc KILVERt,
SUCCESSORS TO 04V1D SMART'
Wholesale Grocers
&.HD COMMISSION MEKCHANT3.
Prompt Attention given to tlie
Transfer of PIG IKON and
other Property from and to
ltallroad and Canal.
Water Street.betteeen Paint and Walnut
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
mar llltibsl,
WILLIAM POLAND,
WHOLESALE GltOCEK,
liquor and Commission, Merchants
HO. 20 WATKR STBKBT,
CHILLICOTHE. OHIO.
Ala in Barrels. Half Barrel and Bottle.
wvis.lv
POE SALB.
TOWN LOTS AND LANDS
In. Zaleskl.
tHE Znteskl Company, with view to the
dewlnpmsnt of the local intttrssts of A'.f
kl, to a:ure it pnnanrnt pinsperitv, atd lo
"add to Ha pnpulsilon and wealth, are now
ottering to ac'iuxl seuleia, town lota and form
lamia at low price, and on liberal term.
Persons desiring to examine tha property
and to buy cheap houses will apply at the
Company' office to
K. CHOMP-ON, Manager.
Zaleakl, Ohio, Mar I. 1871. tf
The Most Desirable Bes-
dence in MoArthur.
I OFFER for isle my residence on North
street. It enuaHs of a aplndid dwelling
liuuse, well finished, IiikkIb and out. with
iglil rooms snd a good celliir. A gonuottice
tuildiiig, ntnljle, wood and coal holme mid oll.
er neue-sary oiittitiildiiige. 'I he promises
ooniain t'A acre, including I acre oft met ard,
all thrifty waring vines) there are also thirty
"bearing ap4e Ireea beat varirty of grafled
fruit, twenty-five hearing pencil trees beat
fuud led fruit, cherries, quinces, pluma,and a
variety of hiti .II Iruit Kor lurllier partiuiilHr
Impure at the ofheeof this paper, or at the
premises. Terms easy.
deeJOtim 8. 8. DOLLIBOH.
A Fine German Chromo.
W SEND AM ELM) 1ST CHS'iMO, Mni'KTSD A!W
uaavt ra rt.aiiM, rasa to kvkuv aoknt roa
UNDERGROUND
OR,
IJTE BELOW THE STJBFAOE,
Bl'TUOS. W.KNOX, ,
42 P'fli Octavo. 130 Fine Engravings
Welshes undents and secidentx hevoud the
light of day: startling adventures in all pan.
ol the world mine and mode of working
.hem; undercurrents of society, kiiiiMiim
wild its horr irs; caverns and their mysteries,
(.lie dark waya nf wicke Ine-s; prisons and
their ae reia; down in the depth- of the tea
vtrsnge sbi-ie of the detection off gme.
The bonk trvalaol In experience with brig
anda; Ml opium dens and g .milling hell, life
i't priaon; atone, of exile; advent ire.
among Indian; journey through sewers snd
cnlscottilis, sccnient in mines; pirates and
JnTsciew; (nrtures of the inquisit on; wonder
ill burglaries; underworld of the great cities,
tc.f etc.
A3ENTS WANTED
for this work. Exclusive tertHnrv given.
Ajents can in k lino per week in selling tin
4iook. 8cn I for crrcnlars and terms to agents.
j. n. it i n n if uroE,
lAFTFORD, CONN., or CIIICAtiU ILL.
lAnviv 171
'A BOOK FOR THE MILLION I
: Married ar tfaM bat
I A BriraUftonsMtflrtitata
wuldo.
ierr tha pbyilclofka.
yeierie s aa4 revalatloaaef
ilhe avattai. Iik tha
tatatt 4leoaver.ee la rreJaelag and pmtBUDg fftptiBf,
w prcMrvt tha eosnpkilon, Ae.
This! a aa iBMrtiting war ftw fcudred ul ililf
. with iairui torrlBi, n4 cohuIm vaUabt
lnTratio for laoM wa art arrit4,reeiuaiplaUaar
ric. Stlllkla book thatoHgh. ubt kpia4artk
udky, oA otUInrUa) aboaiibhtt
IltootaUai tba iprlBe bdA adtloa fa phraleUv
ltoM r(MiuUoa U ort4id, and tbMiM be la ih prt
w drawer of ry mml and fraial tbrouabout iba lira
f kibt. lit atbratatvtrtbiDKOB tbt aubjeccaf tb ea
raUTaif ateu that U wortb kalas,M4 aaabUiatiC
i published la aar atbtr work.
efleatta aaf oa rr arpoatM) rrF1flr Cffwta.
Addrcaa Or. BtftU PUpCBMr.N. 12. Klfbtl, fftml
81. Louia, Ma.
Notice to the Afficted and Unfortunate.
lutora applying tatbaatriaaaaaekBwb advirtlffafai
Btabtia Biera,r ataiBf oy ajuack rndla p' Dr
btjiu' murk aamatur what joardiacBM it, ar haw daflar
blayaur candtilua.
Pr. Ilutta aecuplfs m douVIa boaaa af IwtatT'MTta
toaaia;! aiadaratd by aoaiaorikr MaatacVabrawd awdl
walftratwaaaraof thlaeauBUT aad Karopa. aad caa baeoa
aallrd paraoBallf or by anal), oa tha dieeaaea aaaatioBtd I
ila worka. iittttm and parlori, Na. IS N. Kifhiil ttraafe
v4iata BtatTltiatBd Ckcaaat, Cl. Laula, Ma,
THE GBEAT ALTEBATTVZ
AMD BLOOD PURIFIER.
It is not a quack nostrum.
Tho ingredients) are published
on each bottle of medicine. It
is need and recommended by
Physicians wbereter it baa been
Introduced, It will poaHiTely
euro
SCROFULA
Bud HndWd oHMiaat, RHEUMA
TISM, W HITS SWELLING, GOVT.
GOITRE. BHOSCH1TIS.NER VOVB
DEBILITY, INCIPIENT CON.
SUMVlONmi all disease arising
from an impure condition of tha
Shod. Btoi for oar Bosasiua At
mam AO, In which yon will Bud oertln
eate from reliable and tnut-worthy
Phralelans, Mlnltinrs of ths Oospelj
ii puu vMioaakj
f A 1 I Dr. R. trilm CarFf BaltU
1 I wm ". ha Km. naAd it in ease, of
Scrofula and other d Is casus with
aroeh satisfaction.
LI Ur. J. , a juiumor-,
I reoommends it to all persons suffer.
I lug with diseased Blood, saying it Is
I superior to any preparation ba baa
1 1 ever use4.
Vr Bar. DbTS.all,of tbBl-
be baa been so mack benefitted by
Ua nse, Uut be cbMrf oily neom.
aaenda it to U bis friends and so
crnatntanrea,
Cratvoa sV C-, Praggbta, a
11 voroonavum. vm., wmj m .nw aw
f-' I failed to give atlf action,
I aBawl O HcVsiiMeai, Ho.
17 l freeaborb', Teniieasea, aaya It eurf
rJ bira of BWmatami wban all els
1 -J failed.
mm
arffl rare Chins aad hi", IHw Complaint, Dya.
emna.ate. We guaranty Bosadius superior to
SloVirBlood Purlflera. Bend for ScscrinUr
Cttmtot Almanac.
Address, CLEHEMTS k 00.,
1 8. Commerce 8t, BoWmors, Mi,
Hi
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VOL. 24- NO. 16.
MO ARTHUR, OHIO. SEPTEMBER 11, 1873.
IIM1
WHOLE NO. 1,222
0. T. CUNNING,
LAWYER
M'ARTH R, O.
OHnca AT 0 . BT0BR, MAW STRBBT.
tJaug IS7
EDWIN N. BAHNIIILL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND
NOTARY PUBLIC,
OlHce MoArthur. Ohio, ;
Will attend promptly to all butinee animated
to bi ear. uovll
tJ. S. CLAYFOOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
(PBOSECUTir.'O ATTORNEY,)
McARTHUR, O.
Will practice it Vinton and adjoining conn
ties. Buii.e.eniruated to hiacar pionipl
ly attended to. UIHce III Court tiouae.
jKniUIH7iily
HOMUlt C. JONES.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MAIN 8TREH.T,
McARTUUR, 0UI0.
Ornci: One door west of Dan Will Bros.
Uoie.
(an 30 yl
AMERICAN HOUSE,
OPPOSITE B. R. DEPOT.
1IAMDEN, OHIO.
R. FOX, PROPRIETOR.
Livery Stablei Attached.
HBAM BEADY FOB ALL TBAIN'8.
The House ha it been refurni.lied
throughout. Koom clean and cnmfortalde,
the table supplied with the heat the market
sdnrds, and no pains spared to accomodate
guests. mart I8 ly
HTJLBERT HOUSE.
Main Btrect, Opposite Oonrt House
IMcArthur, Ohio,
JAMES WORKMAN, Proprietor
I HAVE taken pne.nn of th above hotel,
renovated and partly refurnished it, anil
wil I glad lo serve the old nu-lomera of the
houce, and eanecially my old rrlendaoflhe
Hocking Valley who may he visiting thi
heatthe market altorda, and care taken to
make gue.ta cninlnrtalde. Good stahlmg at
tacheil to th house) Charges reasonable,
l.imar l73
I'EYTON COX,
AUCTION EEE.
IV ILL attend to all buiinessentruated to
Tl his care. f
P. 0. ADDRESS:
nr.r.wHJnu.i.s.
Vinton County, O.
nctl8T21m
llEMiY MAULE,
Merchant Tailor,
flss jiift received his
FALL ANI WINTER STOCK
Of Ihe latest Myles of
Cloths, Cassimfsei and Yestings,
Which I will sell Very Low for t'uh.
(llTOM work don in Ihe most fathiona.
ylile anddiirnMe iimnner.
Thankful for tin liberal patronage extended
,o me heretofore. I solicit a continuance ol
ihe same, ttemember i he place
Second rttreet. Mecond loor froas Lan
sing's t'oracr.
dec9
II. MAIXE.
JOHN BIECEL,
Formerly ot Hamden.
NNlCNCRStohi friends in Vinton and
adjoining count lea that he has bought the
Hotel Formerly Kept by Ohas. Smith
Three doors west cf Madison, on
FRONT ST.
PORTSMOUTH, 0.
le h refitted it thrnughont. and la prepared
10 entertain the ttavcting public at reasonable
rAtes. lana
McARTHUR
CARRIAGEJFACTORY,
North-east corner or Mi in and Jackson street
McARTUUR. OHIO
GEO. W. BllUKTON, Proprietor
Manufacture
Carrtaget, nuyuie. ixpreitte, etc
ALSO, WAOOK AMD Alt EIKV Of WA00S W01I
done to order on short notice.
Painting and Trimming
ol sll kinds executed in the neatest and most
irtiatiu style.
KUPA1K1NG ol all kinds in my line will be
promptly and neatl. done.
a. Work done at'tlua establishment is war.
auled to t subalantiul, put up solid and exe
uu'edin the moat workn-aohke manner, not
o oe excelled in any reapect b' any other es
sbiiahmentin thecointrr.
THAT WI11CU IS
WORTH DOING
-is
WORT ADVERTISING,
PRINT AND PROSPER,
lame Dunkle's Enla(e.
Probate Court. Vinton County, Ohio.
XT UTICE la hereby given that BarnelAiaea,
1.1 a guardian of Linuia J., Kola-rt A , John,
-Mrah fc., Arminua, and hancy B. l onkle,
minor, has Sled his a counts with said aard
severally, lot hual aetilement with the flrs
named, and lor partial aetih hient With ihe
! othera; and Ibat aaid several ac olinta areaet
I for hearing on Ihe 16ih day of Ma(A. D,
1878, at 1" o'clock, A.M.
U . B. M At 0; Probate Judge.
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SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOTHING
FRANK 1IELLMAIV,
At his new place of buslueas,
GOBY'S BLOCK. OPPOSITE UBION
HOUSE.
CHILLICOTHE, 0.
HAS TUB
Choicest Stock
OF
Spring and Summer Clothing
I3VER brsught to this market, embracing
jail Ihe lHtat and moat faahionable atylea,
imii in accordance wilh the latent lahion.
When you want a nobby auit dou't fail lo call
on Frank. lie also CUTS and
Makes Garments to Ordei
and has a full line of
Cents' Underwear
II ATS AND CAPS, &fj.
all clothing marked down to the LOW.
F.NT riCiUKKM. Give me a a, II and 1 will
warrant satisfaction
lapr FRANK BELLMAN.
V A. Li I j HAFKK.
WINDOW SHADES.
YEC &. CO.,
Union Block. Beoond St., Chillicothe,
INVITE til attention or housekeepers of
this place a nd vicinity to their stock of Wall
I'aper.
ALL NEW STYLES,
rU THE
Spring Trade . of 1873
large nnrtment jimt received. Call and
examine when yon are in Chillicothe.
Linen and Paper Window Shade. Rus
tic Shades, at cost; a good Astort-
ment of MitwManeout and
School books. Stationery, Fancy
Articles, c.
A GOOD BOOK
AGENTS WAN1ED.
Dick's Enctcloprhia or Practical Re-
on era and Paocsxaaa. ContaimngHia prac
tical receipt, written In a plain and popular
mitcner, and illiiatrated with explanatory
wood-cuts. Beiag a comprehenaive book uf
reforemw lor the merchant, manufacturer, ar
ti'an, amateur and hniiaekeeper, including
medicine, pharrtiacy and domestic economy
The coie of this work la entirely ditferent
from any other book 01 the kind. Be.lrlea
being a complete and almrat indiapensible
be ok of reference for the thousand and one
receipts and articles needed in every house,
hold , farm, garden, etc., it includes clear and
e!ly understood directions for the applica
tion of many of ihe art usually a-qtiiredonly
by long experience, and rodiveaied of tech
ntchahtiea, or the technicalities ol terms used
so tully explained ss to bring the entire sub
ject within the comprehension ofanjr person
of ordinary intelligence. Promiinent among
the immense maa nf subjects treated of in
the book are the Mrawingi
The Art ot Dyeing, Hard Sttft and Toihjt
Soaps, Tanning, Instillation, Imitation Liq
uors, Wines, Cordials and Hitters, Jider,
Brewing, Perufmery.Flavoring Essences, etc.,
Loametica, Hnir Dyes and Washes, Pomades
and Perfumed )il, Tooth Powdera, etc., r)y.
tups. Alcohol and Alcoholmetry, Pettoleum.
and Kerosene. Bleaching and Cleaning, Vin.
ear, 8auces, Catsups and Pickels, Keceipts
tor the Uurden, Tn Vemove Stains, Wpole.etc.,
Pyrotechny and Kiplesives, Cements, eio ,
WaterprooHng, Artificial, Gems, Inks and
Writing Fluids, Aniline Colore, Paint and
Pigment., latntingand Paper.hanging, K1
somineand Whitewash, Varnishing and PoU
ish ng, Lubrtcaiors, Japanning and Lacquer.
ug.Hootand Harness Blacking, Photog'sphv,
MelAls and Alloys, Gilding, Silvering, etc.,
Electrotyping, Electroplating, etc., Patent
Medicines, Medical Receipts, Weight and
Measure. OUT (ages, royal octavo, clnth.
Price li.no Mnar
DICK ti FITZGERALh, Publnshera, N. V.
JOBWOKK
EXECUTED
NEATLYXPIOMPTLY
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TH1S:0FFICE
An Engineer Dies of Remorse.
Rocbestkr, N. August 25
As the express traiu due
here at ten o'clock was ap
proaching Batavia It; ran into
a carriage, killing bota the oc
cupants. The engirJa struck
the bauocbes of tho.borse at
tached to the carriage, killing
it and rendering the Carriage a
complete wreck. The names
of the occupants of ihe carri
age are James Auderson and
Dennis Delaney. Uue of them
was thrown a number of yards
into a field, while "(be other
was dragged along 'until the
train was stopped.- llis.body
wsi hir.ibly mangled. The
engineer stopped thej train as
soon as possible, and fot off
the engine to see what injury
had been done. In passing in
front of the locomotive lie saw
it covered with blood and
brains, and was so overcome
by the shock that lie walked
but a few steps and Xefl down,
lie was carried into jhe smok
ing car and died in afew min
utes, j
Transfers of Real Estate.
Zaleski Company tj Thomas
Austin, 25 acre, Madison tp.,
81,030.80.
Joanna Finney, "guardian" to
Parker Carpenter, undivided
halt of 262 acres, Brown tp.
31.572. " J '
Eli Reynolds to George and
Robert Watson, N. bal j of in-lot
No. 125, MoArthur, S50.
John W. Tatminto Sarah
Peters, 40 acres, Jackson tp.,
$500. (f
Zuleski Company ,o Bolser
btocklin, in lots Nos. 92, 93, 94,
Zaleeki, S275. ;;
Zileaki Company to Indp.
School District, Zaleski, O., in
lot No. 225, Reuhs addition, Za
leski.S.'"" V
Geo. Waxier to John Daugh-
erty, 40 acres, Elk tp., 9850.
S
Horrible Outrage.
On Moodity mnrninj last, in a se
cluded wood between Wyoming and
Ulcndale, a man named Aody Felix
committed a shiinieful outraa upon
the person of Julia Foley, a servant
girl, aged about seventeen, who u.
tuins a good reputation in her heigh
burltood. M i Foley wua stopping at
the bouse of Mrs. Theodore Ueese, of
Wyoming, until she could get a situa.
tion. Un isunduy evening Felix saw
her there, and hearing that she was
looking for work, told Mrs. Kees that
lie thought Mr. J. F. tory, in whose
mply he was, wanted a girl. He
Would i iqniro, an i let l.tr know in
th morning. He oume next morning,
saying that Mrs. Story wanted Julia at
once, and the girl sturted with him.
tie led her to a road running through
a secluded wood, and, after making an
infamous proposition to her, which she
promptly repelled, he seised her bv the 1
throat, choked her, knocked her down,
and affected bis purpose, leaving her to
make her way the Lest she could. She
found Mrs, Story's to learn that Felix
had been disc arged from their eini
ploy for stealing, and that Mrs. Story
wanted no help. The girl then came
back to Mrs. Kees' and told her story.
A warrant was issued for the arrest of
—Cincinnati Gazetle.
Tub London Times of the 29,
ult., has an editorial on the
iron question, the burden ol
which is that one of the finest
markets England ever possess
ed is being gradually closed
to ber, end her disasters in this
section are not ended. The
United States is competing
successfully for the control ot
the iron trade in Canada)
South America, and the Went
Indies. That country cuutest
ed under immense national
disadvantages, hut has beaten
England in spite of these. Eng
land can not afford to be idle,
and sleep away ber time, and
waste her money, while com
peting with the thrifty, active
and intelligent nations.
The Times thinks much of
the blame should fall upon
atnkers and trades' unions.
Tub machinery lor Tropic
Furnace at Jackson C. Un O.,
has just been put in, by MessfS.
James Heaney and John' F.
Smith, ol the Machine Works
in this city, where the same
was constructed. Experienced
lurnace men declare the blast
engine a perfect model. The
engine is a design of ibe Meik-
—Chillicothe
—Chillicothe Post.
I consequence ol some dis
satisfaction which has hereto
lore occurred, the Republican
Executive Committee notify
the townships in their call that
no person will be allowed to
act as delegates unless they
are regularly chosen by the
townships that is, that men
will not be picked up on the
streets on the day of the Con
venlion and allowed to vote
for a township unless they
hare been selected to do so by
the people of the township in
convention assembled.
It will be observed also that
all persons who are opposed to
the ring, poor farm and bridge
gouges, etc., are invited to par
ticipate. We want them to
vote with us on county ques
tions, and we invite them , to
meet wilh us in convention.
Progress of the Universal Language.
C. O.F., in one of his letters
to the Baltimore American, af
ter seeing himself understood,
in Austria, Buys:
Notwithstanding, there is no
doubt of the fact that the En
glish language is being very
extensively taught to the rising
generation, as it is more com
mou to find children who speak
the English than it is grown
persons. English governesses
are in great demand among the
eJucated and wealthy classes,
and it will be remembered that
the Emperor ol Itutsia to mar
ry bis only daughter to one of
the English princes, issued an
order that 'the American' lan
guage be taughtin all the gov
ernment schools in his empire.
War Reminiscence.
The lollowlng paragraph
heads the editorial columns of
a Lawrence, (Kansas) paper in
its issue of August 21.
Tliiais the 21st of August,
and il is a sad anniversary to
many of our citi2ens. Ten
years ago this morning the
town was burned .and more
than one hundred of our citi
izens murdered in cold blood
by Quantrell and his ruffians.
Let us be be thankful that
peace and prosperity have left
but little mark of that fearful
event, save in the hearts of
those who were so cruelly be
reaved of friends or kindred.
We have just received a cir
cular and catalogue ol the Law
School of the Cincinnati Col
lege. It gives us pleasure to
call the attention ol such of
our readers as may intend to
study law to this old and flour
ishing institution. The facili
ties afforded by it are certainly
equal, if not superior, to those
offered by any other school in
the West. More than a thous
and of its graduates are now
scattered throughout the West
ern States, many of them oc
cupying high positions of trust
and honor. The present facul
ty are Bellamy Storer, Qeorge
iloadly, ilenry A. Morril, and
J. Bryant Walker. The forty-
first annual session will begin
Wednesday, Oct. 17th, 1873
Any information with refer
ence to it may be obtained by
addressing the Dean of the fac
ulty, J. Bryant Walker, No. 4
West Third street, Cincinnati.
—Cincinnati Gazette, Aug. 26.
jcdqb ha b tin as bas been in a
4 w
most critical condition daring
the past twoaor three weeks.
His health is completely broken
down with hard study and over
work. We do uot think his mind
is permanently injured. ' It is
nervous prostration. If he
would resign, and divest his
miiid of all care and worry, and
travel during the fall, we believe
he would entirely recover
Jackson Standard
Mrs. John Dyke, ol Middle
pott, was burned to death on
Friday of last week. The ao
eident happened from lighting
a fire, with coal oiL
The Stock Law.
The Ohio stock law is pret
ty rigid, making the owners ol
stock liable for all damage
done by it. No person is re
quired to fence against stock,
but it is a matter of the ut
most Importance to owners
that tbey keep their stock oil
other people's premises. Uu
der the law trespassing stock
can be taken in execution to
pay costs and damages with
out reference to homestead ex
emption. The law, however
does not authorize persons to
kill or injure animals that
trouble them. On the contrary,
persons who kill or injure
stock even when trespassing,
subject themselves to heavy
penalties.
Dubinq the months of June
and August of the present
year, more than halt as many
tons of shipping were built in
American yards as were built
during the whole of the fiscal
year ending June 30, 1872.
Nearly all the ship-yards of the
Atlantic coast are now busy,
even including those which
have been silent lor years, and
some are finding it necessary
to execute all the orders they
receive. Among all the fore
tokenings of prosperity in this
country (here is none more en
couraging than this apparent
—O. S.
Journal.
A cobrkspondknt writes Irom
Paris: (1 find in the French
language a source of perma
nent excitement pleasure I
can hardly call it. My knowl
edge of the Gallic tongue-is
most thorough, and my accent
perfect, but you know how
proverbially btupid the French
are; so when I go out shopping
1 generally take with me some
thing like the article I want,
and then, by an ingenious mix
ture of signs and a few select
words, to which 1 have attach
ed very broad significations, 1
get along rery nicely. When
purchasing large articles like
pianos or lour-post bedsteads,
this method becomes just a lit
tie inconvenient.
President Urant did a gal
lant thing at Long Branch a
few days tince. Two gentle
men had been thrown from a
carriage and a young lady was
left lo be borne helplessly
along behind the flying horses.
The President galloped his
horses at lull speed to head of!
the runaways dismounted,
seized the horses, stopped the
carriage, lifted tha frightened
girl from the wreck, carried
her in his arms to bis own car
riage and drove her home.
About one hundred young
gins In the criminal reforma
tory, near Bath, England, rose
in open mutiny recently, on
account ol their dislike for a
new laundry matron. They
broke the windows of the laun
dry, scaled the walls outside,
and barricaded themselves in
a room. Their conduct was so
violent and tigeribh that police
had to be sent Irom Bath and
Bradford to break down the
barricade and take them into
custody.
A strjDiotja boy in Detroit
fastened about forty feet of
twine to an umbrella and then
stood the protector in the door
of a public stairway. In the
course of half an hour eleven
different persons saw the um
brella, knew that the owner
had lost it, and Wanted them
to lake charge of it, and car
ried it to the length of the
string only to let go of it, and
wondered what the crowd was
laughing at.
A lady in Ross county has
in her possession an apple fifty
years old. It is said to be in
a, pretty fair state of preserva
tion. -
ADVEKTLSIJJO TEICMS.
One Mtijire, SI CO
Kadi addition asert!on ... GO
Card, perye jq ,0
Local noticci ,er line, Jf,
Vearly advartiaeiiifiits. $100 (1(1
column, and at roKrtlonate rate pel
leans-pace. Payable In ud vancc.
HTTlio Kccord bclinr the offlclnl
paper of the town, and haying tl c
largest circulation of any paper in tt o
joimty, oilers superior iiiJiiceiui-Uw
to advertiser.
It costs London a million
dollars annually to water her
streets. The principal part of
the work is undertaken by a
few large contractors, who enii
ploy some 1,500 horses and
carts, and men, for thirty
weeks in the year, at an out
lay ol about three pounds per
week for each horse, cart, ami
man. It is contended, howev
er, that the whole of this wa
tering can be accomplished in
a far more effectual and advan.
iageous manner by a system of
permanetly laid pipes, and
measures have been taken for
Introducing ILem.
Every Democratic Congress,
man m Ohio, Mwsoun, Penn
sylvania, Kentucky and New
Hampshire has taken back
pay. The same is true of alt
the Senators and Representa
tives of both parlies in tne
Southern States, and in Minne
sota, Nevada and Nebraska,
It is said that a pair of boots
costs two loads of potatoes in
Illinois, and lo raise the pota
toes just wears out two pairs ot
boots.
Every once and a while a
plaintive Democratic voice, like
that of the Indianapolis Sentinel,
whines out: "You've no business
calling up old issues." If old
issues aren't suited to old Bill
Allen, then Methusuleh should
have been dressed in lon e
O
clothes, and Anchises enlivened
with the application of Lis
mamma's slipper. If you put up
a fossil he must be judged by
the strata in which ho lies.
Cincinnati Times.
A serIoUS charge has been
brought against a school leach-'
er in Illinois, the specifi
cations of which. are: '1. Im-.
moiralityl 2. Parshality I 3.
keeping disordly schol. 4. Car
rying unlafle weepings 1" The
committeeman who Wrote tha
charge thinks of running the
school himself next quarter.
A BobTOK fireman lost lu'fl
watch the other day, and il was
found by a milkman, who at
once returned it to the Owner.
Such bare faced attempts on
the part ot milkmen to make
people think (hem too honest
to keep morepump8 than cows'
ought lo be frowned down.
. . .
Lovers in llolllJyysburg,
Pennsylvania Irihi one anoth
er's finger-nails when they art
together as a roof of mutual
affection, says an exchange,
which affecting custom does,
not prevent them from using,
their unlrimmed finger-nails
after marriage wilh a forty-tom-cat-power.
A wife asked her husband,
for a hew dress, lie replied,,
"Times are so hard) my dear
so hard I can hardly keep my'
nose above water," Whereuj -on
she relorted, "Yen can kee
your nose above water easy
enough, if you have a mind to;
but the trouble is that yt u keep
it too much above brandy."
Grassuoppers are doing:
much damage to the crops in
many portions of Lorain, Du
ron and Adjoining counties.
Clover and oals were specially"
subject to their ravages, and.
many farmer's are cutting them
prematurely in otder to sav?
them.
TfiB yearly meeting of tho
Disciples of Christ will ba field
with the church tit Font ' Mile,
Jackson county, on Tkv rsday,
September 18th, and rst till
Sunday 21st. T. D Uarvin, ot
Columbus; A. P. Frest, of Net
lonville; T. P. Ewing, of Marsh
field, and others', will be present.
Patrons ot husbandry
Mothers with marriageable,
daughters'.
BLACisatrru's g a- w e Old
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