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THE VINTON RECORD.
JOHH T. RAPER,
- liditor and. Proprietor.
OrnOE'Br. W. Corner of Main and
Logan St8., Oopoaite Ouait House.
$2 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
David Smart. . . Bamnel W. Kilvert, Jr.
Established 1862.1
MIART & KILYERT,
BUCGE880KS TO DAVID 8M ART1
Wholesale Grocers
AHD COMMISSION MEECHANTS.
Prompt Attention given to the
- Transfer of PIG IKON and
other Property from and to
ltailroadaud Canal.
Water Street.betueen Paint and Walnut
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
. mar ll Im.'J ly
WILLIAM POLAND,
WHOLESALE GKOCElt,
liiuor and Commission Merchants
NO. 20 WATER BTBKET,
CHILLICOTHE. OHIO.
Ale in Barrel!, Half Barrels and Bottles,
nor&llv
FOB SALE.
TOWN LOTS AND LANDS
In Zaleski.
fTWE Zsleaki Company, with a view to the
L development of I lie local interest nf Jniea
ki.to secure its permanent piosperity, hi. l to
ad. I to its population and wealth, are now
ottering to actual settlei a, town lots andfitrm
lands at low price, anil on liliernl term.
Persons desiring to examine tile property
ud to buy cheap houses will apply at the
Company's office to
R. THOMPSON, Manager.
Zaleskl, Ohio, May 18, 1871. tf
ENJ.Y. ARMSTRONG
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Mcaktiiiji:, omo.
OFFICE In Davis' Building, opposite
(lie Viiilou Unuoly Nation.. I buiili, up maim,
J lj u 1 167.1 ly
A Fine German Chromo.
11 tINU AN lUSUAKT (IIR'UO. M
ll'.NTlb AND
Aui.lr roa
uu rot ruAUiNO, rata Tu ivtm
UNDER GKOUND
OR,
LIFE BELOW THE SURFACE,
BYTIIOS. W.KNOX,
942 P'qs Octavo. 130 Fine Engravings
Relate incident and accident, lieynud the
light of day; stunting adventure in nil purl
ol the world mini and mode of narking
them; undercurrent of society, g:iuililin,i
adit liorr ; cavern mid their inyterie,
the dark way ol wc.ko luc ; prion mid
their secrets; dos-n in the depth ol" the ea
anrsng slo'ic 1,1 the detection of crime.
The book treal-oi me experience with hiig
a I; in iiuiii di-n u I gimiiliiig lulls III'
In prion; amrie id exile; no vent iri
aimmg Indian; journey,, tl.roiitih setter ami
af Mi'uiiili, iiiieideni m iiiiiii'm; inrie nml
pirscje; torture nf the iutii.it on; wonder
till burtfUnes; iitulerurld id the Kir.it citio.
"AGEITTS WANTED
fT llil Hul'K. Kritiit leni'i-M tfitfil
ADU cull mi kt f ir Mock in m I tin t tUi
4ook. sU'ii'l for rirriilnr hm i term tu ngmu.
jr. n. n van hvde,
1IAFTFOR r, CONS., or I'll ICAliO ILL.
l-llHSV 171
'A BOOK FOR THE MILLION t
Uarrl4 or ttio about m
narrr oa Iht nb vb loiicaJ
fcvrlrai CoDBtilortotbf)
uuiao.
. . imri
lithe mual antem. with lh
imvateTlra anil revtlatlouaof
tattlt dlaeoverUi Id producing ma rtf tBUDg oasphBf,
f U prcHrra th nnipktioo, Ad,
Tbla. a iDUrtilliig work t lw kandrtf m4 ililf
, with aumcrtui DtTtvlsg. tod contain valuable
(d foramina for itaOM who art umrrUd.oreoaicmplatf mar
Irian. aUHUiaa book that ought u b kepi uuirlfc
laiktf, acutBoilald oaraleaalj about ihtboua.
Utoauioi tb tipr(Dc tod ad? lea ol a pbTtlHat)
kH raputatloa la orld-Ma. and bonld ba in iht prt.
Vaudrawtrof avarfmala and remallhrouihoiittbaaotlr
fJob, It ambraeoa trtrrthlog oo tho aubitet o f lb goo
raiiraoTiun ibat la worth kaewlag,au4 Buaktbal la
)t pubUabcdla aor other work.
d u any ana (fr f podag?) fr Flftf Cati.
iddrtaa Dr. tfutu' l)iars 13 N. kif bikitraa
i. Loul, Ma.
Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Vfora aprllnf t tht natarloaa qaaeka wba advtrtli la
fa lil la para,or uiiug any Quack remedial perut Dr.
kuiia' work no mailer wkai jaurdlitaaala, ar bow daplor
abia7our aoadiiion.
Dr. Bum occupy a doublt aonaa af twaatT-urea
wami;l aladoraed by. aoaia a f th moat aeltliraied medi
aal profeifora of tblaeounirr and Kuropa, aod eao bacon
sited peraoDallf or by malt, oa tbdlieaaa mentioned la
k la work a. omea and parlora, No. la N. Bigaia auaaa
bftwtta Market and Chaaaut, Bi. Uula, U.
m
m
THE GREAT ALTERATIVE
AND BLOOD PUKIFIEB..
It is not a quack nostrum.
The ingredients are published
on each bottle of medicine. It
is used and recommended by
Physicians wherever it has been
introduced. It will positively
enre
SCROFULA
and kindrtd ditrtut. RHEUM i.
TISM, WHITE SWELLING, GOUT,
GOITRE, BROXCHITlS,NERVOUS
DEBILITY, INCIPIENT CON
BUHPTlONmi all diseases arising
from an Impure condition of thai
Blood. Bend for our Bosadaui Aiy
marao, In which yon will And certifi
cates from reliable and trust-worthy
Physicians, ttinlstera of the Oospal,
and others.
Dr. II. TFilaoa Carr.of Balti
more, says he has used It In cast i of
Scrofula and other diseases with,
much satisfaction.
JUr. T. C. Push. )i Baltimore,
recommends It to all persons suffer
ing with diseased Blood, saying It Is
superior to any preparation he has
over used.
Her. bncyBIl, of the Bal
timore II. E. Conference South, says
he has been ao much benefitted by
Its use, that be cheerfully rcom
mends it to all his friends and so.
qnalntances. ...
Craven eV -, Drngglats, si
Gor.lonsvul Vs., say It never baa
failed to give satisfaction.
gasnael O BleFadJen, Mnr
freeaboro'. Tennessee, says it cured
him of Rheumatism when all site
TUB ftuaADAUS IN OONKECTTOW WITH OUB.
arm mi. Chilli ud Few, Urn OompUtoi Dyfc
ro.M'rTnd to. CeJxiptivj
droulw or Almanac
Address, CLEMENTS fc 00.,
6 8. Commerce St, fiaifimora, Jfi.
BmbeitoaaljouxDruggUUorEoSAJJAUS.
n SU Dnainn.il aiitaarlOP tt
(''HB Jeering. ntm.
a t one mile north . west
.of llnmdeo, adimning
.farm of Hon.T M. Bav.
cnntNining le acre., 130 aerea in grass auri
balanee in limher, A new two-story frame
hou-e. bam. smoke-house and other heeesaa
ry out-houiwa are among the improvement
The tarm lies well, la well watered, fencing
nd everything connected with it in good re
pair. For Airther information inquire of
lite B.8. WILCOX Hamass, Ohio,
if
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VOL. 24 NO. 20.
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MC ARTHUR, OHIO, OCTOBER 9, 1873.
fUtl fk Ju ''It'
WHOLE NO. 1,226
O. T. CUNNINC.
LAWYER
ONKICB At D , BTOBB, MAIR BTRBBT.
22r.ng m
EDWIN N. BAIINIIILL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
-AND
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Office McArthur. Ohio,
Will attend promptly to all business entrusted
to hia earn. uotll
CJ. S. CLAYf OOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
(PROSKCUTIilO ATTORNEY ,)
McARTHUR, O.
Will practice it Vjnton and adjoining conn
ties. Buii.ea entrusted to hi cure pionipt
ly attended to. Office in Court house.
jHoaiWily
HOMElt C. JONES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MAIN STREET.
McAirmuit, onio.
Orrtcs: Ons door weal of Dan Will k Broa.
Uoie.
jan 30 yl
" AMERICAN HOUSE.
OPPOS1TK R. R. DEPOT.
II A M D E N , OHIO.
II. FOX, P1TOPKIETOR.
Livery Stables Attached.
MEAI.8 KF.ADY FOR ALL TBAIK'B.
The llonxe haa iio-t been refurnihed
Ihroiighout. Hoonii clean and comforlalile,
thetalde supplied with the l.et the market
atlordH, ana no pains spareu m aieornooine
guetita. mart lstit) ly
nULBERT H0Ui5E,
Main Street, Oppoaita Court House
EV.cArthur, Ohio,
JAMES WORKMAN, Proprietor
I HAVE taken possession ortlie ahnve hotel,
renovated and pnitlv n fnrni-hed It, and
wil I glnd to aerie llieold eu-tomera of the
hoiie, and eneciBlly my old friend of the
Hocking Vnllev who tnny lie visiting tlii
enint Thetiih'le will he furnislieri wuh the
hestlhe market attnrd. and enre taken to
make gnet rninlortalile. (iond etatjhr.g at
tin lied to ih house; Chirgct reaaonnhle.
I.'imnr Itl74
PEYTON COX,
AUCTION.' EER
V ILL ntipo-l lo all bua.Qo entrusteJ to
t Iiim core.
P. 0. ADUliESH:
JIEEO'S .MILLS,
f'intoii i'ouuty, O.
Moetl8721m
HEiNuY MAULE
?1erch"nt Tailor,
Una Jw-t rei'eived his
.'ALL AN I AViNTER STOCK
Of the latest l'les of
:loths, Cassim'ses and Testings,
Which I will sell Very Low for Cash.
, IMTOM work done in ll.e rowl faehiona
V hie and diirnhle iimuuer.
Thankful for th lilrnl patronage extenden
o me heretofore, I .illicit a emiliouuiK-e 0'
he siime. Remember i he hiee
dec9
II. .1IAUI.E.
JOHP. EiECEL,
Formerly ot llimidcn.l
VNNOUNCKSto hi friend in Vinton am.
adjomng enuntie ih:il he h liiight tlx
Totel ToTmerly Kept by Ohas. Smith
Three doors wet cf Madison, on
FRONT ST.
POHT'SMOUTII, 0
'eha. refilled it thro'inlio"' nd la prepared
entertain the (mvelnu I n'-ii-- t reaoivil .
ttea. lano
Mi-A P.TH in?
0AREIAGEFA0T0EY.
North-east corner of Jl: In and JacKon atre"'
McAK'i'BLK. Ohio
JEO. W. BULKTON, Troprietoi
Mnnufactuiss '
Uarrtayet, jsuunies. xj,resees, eti
.lso, waaoKs amo ail iikui or waous woia
one to order on short notice.
Painting and Trimming
t all kinds executed in the neatest and most
ilitiu atle.
Kta'AlhlNG ol all kinds in my line will be
lo.uptly ami neatl. dune.
u. Work done at'thi ea'ablishmcnt is war
..lit. d to lie sulislantinl, put up eolid and eie
u'edio the most workii aulilte manner, not
i oe excelled in any respect b any other es
.ablishmentiu thecoiutry
TL1AT WH10U IS
WORTH DOING
WORTH ADVERTISING.
PELNT AND PROSPER.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
i'HE 'Chewers' Choice, is now taking the
I lead ol all other brands, bright in color,
pleasant in taeie. tough and laaiiur in chew,
this tobacco potenea every quality to suit
che ere, anil sella by the 10 pound bucket
fully lOo cheaper per pound, thau any other
brand of the same grade and perhaps leas
quality.' 100 bucket of this celebrated brand
have been sold In Chillicothe alone within
the laat two months, and trada still increaa.
log. "Try It" HCfliEFh tR A KKAMKK
Chillicothe, Ohio, are the Manufacturers'
agent, and sell at lowest t actor j rncss
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SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOTIHIIILTa-
FRlK IICLL31.4X,
At Ilia ne pliice of business,
OOEY'3 BLOCK. OPPOSITE UHION
HOUSE.
CHILLICOTHE, o.
HAS THE
Choicest Stock
01'.
Spring and Summer Clothing
I,"VF,R branght to this market, embracing
Jnll the liitt and tnot fuhionahle style,
.-in in mcc irdiinoe wiih the lalet la-hion.
When you Hunt a nolihy -nil duu't fall lo call
on Frank. He nlo CLi-1 and
Makes Uakmests to Okdei
ami haa a full line of
Gents' Underwear
5 J ATS AND TAPS, fcC.
ll clothing mnrked down to the LOW
f.ST la K.N. (Jive me a c ,11 Ami i will
ni mill siitislautlou
4-.air FRANK REM.MAN
WALi.
PA HV la.
WINDOW SHADE:.
Yi, & CO.,
Jnion Block. Soooud St., Uhillicothe.
I.WIIK til e alti ntion ol hotiseKeeper ol
this place uU viciuiiy to their stock of Wall
aper.
ML NEW STYLES,
Ku TIIB
Spring Trade of 1873
large aoitment jti-t leeeived. Call auo
tXftiiniie when you are in Chillicothe.
Linen and Paper W indow Shades. Hits
tic tihades. ut emit; a yood Aasnrt-
meut 0 Mitr.cllaueims and
Hchool book. Stationery, Fancy
Articles, tic.
A GOOD HOOK
AGENTS WAN1ED.
Dick's ENrYci.oriiWt of Practical Rk-
.ieisANi l'un i:r. l!nn!iiiningu,422 prae
ii'iil reccipl'., riil.-n 111 a p:ain and .oiul.ir
'inu-iier, mid illu-trritcd Willi explunator)
ond-eul. Itei:u a eoiiiprehenive book ol
- rerence lor the inercliiini, nniniificturer. t.r
.-mi, amateur and h oi'ckeeper, imdilding
neilicine, pharmacy and domestic economy
The c.ope of tin worli i entirely dinVrenl
'roin any other lionk 01 the kinii. Heioe
"einira coniplele end alnn st indivpensible
ok ol reference for the thousand nu one
cceipland article needed In every hoiis
Hold . farm, garden, etc.. it include clear ind
-n-il.v understood direction lor the aiiplica
'.in ol loan V of ih" art usually ac quired only
y long experience, and so inveied of tech
n-clmlilie, or the U-ehnicalilies nf terma ued
.0 ttilly explained a to bring the entire sub
, et within the comprehension olaujr ron
l ordinary intelligence. I'roiiiiinent niiinng
he immense ma-s of suhjecta treated of in
'he book are the following:
The Art ol Dyeing. Hard Snlt and Toilet
ioap. Tanning, Distillation, Imitation Liq
nor, Wine. Cordial and Hitler, Older,
Brewing, I'erufmery.Klavorins Essence, etc.,
osmetic, Hmr Dye and Wa-hes, Pomades
Mid PeiitlHied nil, Tooth Powders, etc., Hy.
nips, Alcohol and Alcohiilmetry, Pelioleum
and Kerosene. Hleaching and Cleaning, Vin
ar, Sauce, Cat-ups and Pickels, Kweipt
lor the tiunlen. To r emove Mins,HpntH,eUt ,
I'yrolechny and Kj leive, Cements, etc ,
M'literpronfing. Arlincil, Gem, Inka and
Writing KluniH, Aniline Ctdnrs, Paints and
Pigment, I ainting and Paper-hanging, Ka(
-online nd Wnitewash, Varnishing and Pol-i-h
ng, l.ubriea nrs, J ipanuing and Lacquer
rg, Hoot nod Harneas HI king, Pholographv,
Metal- and Alloy, (iilding, silvering, etc .
Kleclrotypiug, Klectrnplaiiug. etc., Putent
Medicine, Medical Receipt-, Weighta and
Measure. 607 pages, rcyul octavo, cloth.
Price f Villi hrnar
DICr, A FITZfiEhALD, Publnsher. N. Y.
JUBWOM
EXECUTED
NEATLY & PROMPTLY
TH1S OFFICE
Wm. Allen Creates a Panic
at Canton, Ohio, and Democratic
Business Men
Go Back On Him.
Canton. 0., Oct. 2. The
speech of William Allen, made
m this city a few days ago, was
strongly criticised by Mr, Louis
SchaefTer, a prominet Demo
crat of this city, who address
ed a large audience ' in the
Opera-house last night After
defining bis position politically
as a Democrat of the 1733-1709
school, he slated:
The main object of this meet
ing is to contribute in (.Haying
the fears and scares entei tain
ed by some ol the depositors
in our bank", who, hating be
come alnrmed through the re
ports of the financial crisis in
the East, have in several in
stances withdrawn their depos
its. This would not have been
the cae to the extent It was,
had not Colonel Wmi Allen,
candidate lor Governor on Sat
urday evening, while aM dress
ing the people here, told them,
b.v way of prediction, that 'The
National banks as organized
and established by the Repub
lican party are rotten to the
core; and mark my word, in
ten days from thia time (now,
mark, I give them but ten days)
every bank in the United
MatAs will tie closed, and you,
the laboring men, will not get
more th; n one dollar per day
lor your work, and only fifty
cents worth of beel for your
d.llar."
Now, it Colonel Allen said
this ho did it at the wrong
time and place; and if that is
the style of the eternal living
principles to which we are in
vited, the less we have ol them
and the sooner Allen returns
to Chillicothe the better.; Can
ton is a m anufaxtftriagj- cltr; ital
shops are at certain seasons of
thevear, and at this time, ex-'
peeling short accommodations
oi nur banks. You all know
the character of the men M
the head ol them; you all have,
di nervedly so unbounded con
fidence in them, and manufact
urers are pecuniarily and other
wise gond solid men; but then
the most unbounded confidence
may bn impeached. In a crisis
like the present, when there is
no real cnuse for it, a promi
nent man like Colonel Allen
has the power to do us mis
chief. Ue might almost as
well place the torch to our
shops as to come among us
and proclaim such incendixry
doctrines. The wiihdriwinK
of deposits ha, to a limited
extent, come, and owinjt prin
cipally to his efforts, suppoee
it continues; whit will be the
cousequence? No currency for
our manufacturer; they can't
pay their workingmen; you, or
many of you, will be thrown
out of employment; some of
the shops will have to work on
half time, and some may havo
to close temporarily when there
is no cause for it. The deposit
or withdrawing his funds takes
them home, locks them up, ana
places 'hem beyond legitimate
ue, the farmer thereby dam
aging his own prospects and
aiding in the redaction of the
prices for wheat and other pro
ducts. All that is requisite in
the crisis is to be calm, act
sensibly and have confidence
in our banks and manufactur
ing establishments. In place
of withdrawing, increase your
deposits, and in a few days all
will be well The latest news
from other cities is of the most
flattering and promising char
acter. Bogus political speech
es. Bogus banking, and Bogus
railroad projec's, will be spo
ken of in a lew days by all
well meaning men, as deserv
ing the same destiny.
Alter having spoken an hour
and a half, resolutions were
adopted declaring the confi
dence ot the people in their
banks, and that they would up
hold them and continue busi
ness at usual.
An Unfortunate Laundryman.
Wackup, a married man
ol Bridgeport, quit work early
the other afternoon, and went
home to fix np for the purpose
of spending the evening or
rather half the night, with a
number of his Iriends. lie
found his wife lying upon the
lounge enjoying a sick head
ache, but he couldn't find a
clean shirt. Mrs. Wackup said
his shirts were washed, but not
ironed, and she was too ill to do
it, and it was the girl's after
noon out A shade of disap
pointment clouded his brow,
and rushing into the kitchen
be slammed the door witb
much earnestness, and fortu
nately found an iron on the
range, nice and hot. Then he
dived into the basket of damp
ened clothes, and found one of
hi? shirts at the bottom just
as he expected. lie spread the
garment out on a table with
out first removing the oil cloth
cover, and hurriedly consulted
bis watch. Then be couldn't
find the iron-holder and substi
tuted his pocket handkerchief,
and after burning four ot his
fingers and breaking one of the
commandments, he landed the
hot iron on his shirt bosom
lie thought the gaiment had a
strange look, but supposed it
would assume its proper shape
when ironed and he shoved
the Iron np and down like a
jackplane. The labor seemed
so eay that he mentally said
he had a mind to follow the
business for a living. Then he
undertook to turn the shirt,
and just because it adhered to
the glazed table-cover, ho gave
it a violent jerk, adding at
least six inches more to the
split in the back.
Tl. U , . , L. i!..
x audi no iiiiiiceu lormenrsi
tiihfl that he had set the red-
hot iron on the tail of the gar
ment and scorched a hole In it
as large as his hand, and in his
hBste to remove the smoothing
machinp, he neglected to use
thf holder and dropped the hot
fraud on his choice toe; and
when Mrs. Wackup. who was
xtartled bv the intensity of hi
laniriiaee. entpred the kitchen
holdinff her head with hoth
hnnrN, she discovered her hus
band hopping about the room
on one foot and clasping the
other with both his llano's. The
svmpathv that Mrs. Warknp
tendered was not nf a natnre
that her Mistered husband
vearned for just at that partic
ular moment. She placed her
arms akimbo and indiennnMv
observed: "Ain't von ashamed
nf vonraelf, von old fool! dano
intr the can-ran nronnrl here
and vnur poor wile nearly dead.
toot And" here her eves rest
ed upon the wreck on the ta
hie "and the old idiot has
trone and ruined mv best
chemise! Oh, th the ."
Wacknp didn't tarrv to hear
his infuriated better half finish
the sentence, but adroitly
odffed the broom handle, and
limped out of the room and np
stairs to bed, without his sup
per. The next morning-he told
his friends that the reason be
failed to keep his engagement,
he was suddenly attacked with
the cholera morbus at the supper-table
and liked to have
died during the night.
A Word to Working People of
both Sexes.
Mechanics, artisans, factory
hands, and people who labor for
a living, find it very difficult if
not impossible to keep the hands
free from stain. Hand Supolio
will not only remove every par
tide of stain, and what is called
"grained in dirt," but it will. also
keep the skiu soft and pliable,
rendering the muscular action as
quick and easy as is the case with
those who do not perform hand
labor- It is only 10 and 15 cents
a cake, according to sue. Every
mechanic should use it constantly
in f laoe of other eoapa.
Transfers of Real Estate.
Patrick Barrett to J. S.
Knighton, 50 acres, Uarrison
township, $350.
Wra. B. Davis to Thos. B.
Davis, 164 acreB, Elk township,
5000,00.
Sheriff of Vinton county to
Jane Graves, 104.39 acres, liar
rison, $1,132.
Jane Graves to Samuel
Graves, et al, 104 3!) acres, Uar
rison township. $1000.
Richard Brooks to Martha
Nichols, part of out-lot No. 4,
Wilkesville, $10.
Sheriff of Vinton county to
R. E Smith & Co., 40 acres,
Jackson township. $76.
B. E Smith & Co., to Tychi
cus Rose, 40- acres, Jackson
township, $100.
Tvchicus Rose to Andrew
Ankrom, 40 acres, Jackson
township, $175.
Jno. R Landon to Daniel Co
zad, m-lots No. 42, 43, 45 and
45. et al, Allensville, $350.
Wm. II. West et al, to Wm.
F. Mapes. east half of in-lot
No. 92, McArthur, $280.
Margaret Brown to U. S. Clay
poole, in lot No. 123, McAr
thtir, $60.
Robt. M. Clark, to Jno. P,
Dunkle, et al. 45 acres, Swan
township, $,350.
Glossy Shirts.
directions will secure the much
desired gloss on shirts. First
put a little common white wax
in your starch say two ounces
to the pound; then, if you use
any thin patent starch, be 6iire
you use it warm, otherwise the
wax will get cold and gritty,
and spot your linen, giving it
the appearance ot being stain
ed with grease. It is different
with collar starch it can be
used quite cold. To polish
shirts, anarch the fronts , and
wristband- aesiiiTaa jnn can.
Always starch twice that ist
siarch and dry, then starch
again. Iron your shirt in the
usual way, making the linen
nice and firm, but without any
attempt at a good finish Don't
lift the plaits. Your shirt (is
now ready for polishing, but
you ought to have a board the
same size as a common shirt
l)03om, made oi bard wood, and
covered with only one ply ol
cotton cloth. Put this board
into the breast of your shirt,
dump the Iront very lightly
with a wet sponge, then take a
polishing iron which is flat, ai d
beveled a little at one end pol
ish gently with the beveled
part, taking care not to drive
the linen into wave like blis
ters. This requires a little
practice, but in a short time,
with pereeverance, you will b
able to give thut enamel like
finish which seems to be s
much wanted.
Died From Hunger.
Ioidon, the B rmig-heait d
mother, has again suffMed one
of her children to perish un
heeded in the midst oi abund
ance and luxury. Among the
last victims appears .the name
of M. Henri Ryan, an ex-Paris
journalist, aged, 32, who died
in the streets of England's me
tropolis from hunger. Dis pa
paper having been suppressed
by the Military Governor, he
orossed the channel to London
in the hope of supporting him
se'f by teaching French and
translating. But the unhappy
man'was unable to find employ
ment, and when his funds gave
out ha was turned out ot bis
lodgings. Without shelter for
his head, he walked the streets,
picking up crusts of bread un
til his strength gave way, and
he could no longer stand on
his feet. Alter a few days ol
this lile he was brought to the
workhouse, where the care and
attention bestowed upon him
came too late. He told his sad
story, and died of starvation.
Advkbtisino remind people of
things they bad been wanting all
aMf, fr Lad forgotten all about
ADVEKT.S1G TEKMS.
One square, $1 OO
Eachmlditlocta flfeertion ... CO
Cards, perre lO VO
Local notici per line, If,
Yearly advertisement- $100 0(1
column, and at proportionate rate pel
les space. Parable In advance.
tW The Record be intr the official
paper of the town, and having tl e
largest circulation of any pnper in tr
county, offers superioi InJucemocta
to advertisers.
Tub speech made by Senator
Thurman against the salary
theft makes just nine lines iii
the Globe. Now he makes
speeches on the eubject to fill
whole columns. Had he made?
as much of an effort against it
in Congress as he does now to
clear the Democrats of com
plicity in the matter, he might;
have prevented the passage ot
the bill. Had Thurman made
a thundering speech, and
threatened the advocates ot
the measure with the just in
dignation of the people; had
the Democrats, at one man, op
posed it, and made their.oppo
sition a ptrty measure, the Re
publicans would not have dared
to have assumed the sole re
sponsibility for so dishonorable
a measure.
The Democratic party ob
tained the ascendancy In
this State in 1867, and during
the campaign the leaders had
been preaching "economy and
retrenchment" till the unso-'
phisticated believed they actu
ally meant it. In 1860, our
taxes were $20,243,615. In 1863
under Democratic retrench
ment they went up to $20,-
789,148. And in 1869 when the
Democracy had had still fur
ther opportunities for economy
they reached $22,232,877, an
increase of $1,979,262 within
two years. And this is & fair
specimen of Democratic "econ
omy and retrenchment'' and
ihe way in which they keep
their campaign promises.
A basueuIi young man of
San Francisco made an elabor
ate bow on taking hia leave af .
ter an evening call, recently,
and backed into a china closet,
mistaking it for the proper ex
it It chanced that the family
watch dog had secretly crept
in mere ror
ceived the young man with all
the ardency of his nature. The
struggle was brief but decisive,
and the young man will not
call there again till that dog
has been superseded.
The New York Times claim
that the events of the last two
weeks have tended to removo
opposition to specie resump
tion, and asserts that "no con
siderable portion of reasona
ble persons can now bo found
who believe that a return to
specie payment at the eailie6t
possible moment is not desira
ble." Tije Enquirer has farmer on
the brain. Its editcr is foolish
enough to suppose that all it
has to do is to dub its candi
dates as farmers, or say they
are great friends of the farmer?,
and all the Grangers will rush,
off and vote for them. That'
where it makes its mistske.
Thekb isn't much encourage
ment lor suicides in Milwaukie,
A wealthy farmer hanged him
self there, the other day, and
family not only refused to cut
down the body, but wouldn't
have anything to do witb it af
ter it was down. The authori
ses had to attend to the burial
The Yellow Fever is report
el at Mem'hH, Li tile Rock,
Helena and Pine Bluff. It has
panicized Shreveport, La., and
Is reported at Key West, Flori
da, and will bo doubt visit all
its old haunts.
Isaac C.Collins, the Third
Partv candidate lor Governor,
all bis life a Democrat, says it is
silly for Ihe Democrats lo
maintain they are not at all re
sponsible for the salary grab.
Georob DalTok, of Swan
township, while oat hunting
killed twenty qoaiis with two
shots. Thirteen at the first
and seven the next. Who caa ,
beat ii?
Prop. E B. Taylor, of Wilkes-,
villle, purchased an Estey Or ,
gan for the Academy. ,

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