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THE VINTON RECORD.
JOHN T. HAl'EIt,
. lidltor and Proprietor.
OIFIOE fl. W. Corner of Main and
Logan Sts., Ooposita Court House,
$2 A YE Alt, IX ADVANCE.
VOL. 24--NO. 18.
" a i I u. I IL. ,1 I : I I lt.1 .'W
MC AKTIIUR, OniO, fc)EC EMBER 4, 1873.
tTTTTrtT 1? XT i OO I
m LlXJLiHj lNW I.ZOi
Davli Smart. Samuel W. Kilvert, Jr.
fEstublishtd 1862 )
MIAKT & KILVEKT,
SUCCESSORS TO PV1D8MART1
Wholesale Grocers
AJD COMMISSION MEECHAHTS.
Prompt Attention given to the
Transfer of FIG IKON and
other Property from and to
Railroad and Canal.
Wter Street.beticeen Paint and Walnut
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
anar II IWiU ly
WILLIAM POLAND,
WHOLESALE GltOCEB,
Liquor and Commission Merchants
NO. 30 WATER 8TRKKT,
CIUILICOTI1E. ------ OHIO.
A I In Barrel, Half Barreli tad Bottle.
POB SALE.
TOWN LOTS AND LANDS
In Zaleski
Tr1E Zaleaki Company, with a view to th
JL daveUpmenlof tbe local intereataof Jale.
ki, I eectire il permanent piopoiily, mil 10
.ad to it. population and wealth, urn now
d.nng tn actual -etilet a, town lot Hint form
latida at low priori", nnal nn liberal terms.
Peraun deaiiing to exitinine the property
mid to buy cheap house will apply at the
C.mpany'a office to
K. IIIOMP-ON, Manager.
Zaleaki, Ohio, May IK. 1871. tf
BENJ. F. ARMSTRONG
ATT 0 RNEY AT LAW.
iticunuuK, oiiio.
Fl'ICE In Iinvi' HuililinK, opposite
th Vinton County Katiouul liunli, up alaira,
ljullo7J ly
A Fine German Chromo.
Wl M AK SI.I:UANT tlltt'.HO milNTHD" AND
atiDi roa ra.Mnsu, ru:a to kvi.ui aucnt rua
UNDERGROUND
ou,
HIE BELOW THiJ SURFACE,
DYTIIOS. KNOX,
942 P'gs Octavo. 130 Fine Engravings
Relate incident nntl nceiilpiit- hevnud the
I if hi of day; startling d enttiies in all part"
ol lie world untie an, I inmle of aurutnii
theia; underciirrenta of anciety, gambling
a I it dorr r; cavern and their my-leiie,
the dark ways nt wcKe'iue.-a; pi-isn ami
taeir secrets; down in the depth- of there
strange sl'mee t the detection ol'i-i line.
The book treat a ol Uip Apeni'iice vt uh brig
MaV, ia opium den and gunMing htlla, hie
la priaon; eturie ol exile-; in vent ire
aaoog In d inn jiMirnry through sewers and
lUacmnhs, accident ill nnnca; pintle unit
BH-eia: torture orthp impii-it on; wonilcr
la I bjrgUnea; uiiuernorld ofthe great cine
"agents wanted
for uu huik. Kxcliifi tei 1 1 1 .i titti
Aa(a hi kt in n per Wfk in t-ilii,A. tin
book. SpmI for cir-Milfti'M fliil tvi in to Httt'nO,
j. it. i:u una in
ArTFoKli, CU.N., nr ClIHAtiii I LI,,
l.lmiiy 17.1
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION i
tiiVitirriUgQ '-rrl.d or tin,., ftlmut 1
J j ,nirry on ihe pliT"t lontcal
ibseiusl Titem, wlih iht
bHri 4lWTrlti In produeln mu4 )irtitKllii OsfriDfi
iw M prtit rv tbt eompl-iloy. Ac.
Thiol t loureiliotf work o f two hnndrel tod slttf
Cifoa, with un'rom ttifravlngi, an4 ooutaiuo valualdo
fralAn for thou who or aiarrted.or oobiempltn)aP
t. Still Hiaft book (bat ought to bo kept vutitr loot
ojd kor. d oil till oarcleseljr about itiobuuso.
Ilooaulae tho eipeheuco ond advlrool ft pbviteU
vfeoso roputattoo Is world- wMt, and boaH boio liie rt
vtt drawer of every malo and female tbroueboiit thetntlro
fiibo. It ombraeei evcrrihiug od the eulject e t tbe tea
aVaaWo ifstem ibat U worth buwwiu, oat muohtbalU
I poblithtd Id oit other work,
feat to ear ooo (free of postage) for Flflf Ceiti.
Afldrotellr. Bain' JJiipea.r0. laN.kilgbtatlml
Si. Lob.1, Ma.
Notice to thd Afflic.ed and Unfortunate
Veforo apple log to the notorious quaoka who advertise l
tnblio paper), or using an; quark remedies peruse Dr.
una' wrk no matter what jrourdiseaee la, or buff dealer
tele jour ooadiiion,
r. nana oecuilfi a doubla hoaso of twentv-ievta
Mean : I a I adorsed be aoma o f tbe most celebrated tuedt
Oalprofesiortortitlscouotry and Kuropo, and cm be cob
tolled Briena1lr or by mall, oa thedWcases mentioned la
le works. OlDea and parlors, ho. IX N. Eighth met
Irttweea Uarkaiaod Cbaat, bt. Lauia, Mo.
y.yni ii INE Or' TAIL
Ton yon I'M of n til
He ! t Iiiik proved lir
( ititik'H nlnt'iil Tnrtc
Imvo mine hum It 1 1 1 nit
nny sitiiiliir puiuuiitiuii
ever ullcn-il Hi Hi" t-iiln
III'. 11 l.S 1 It'll 111 1 1 IF
mi" lit mil iitinlitlfH ol
'J'nr, nntl itni'iii:il' d fot
.!!..-....... M.r II... 'i liki.i.1
S'vi?!?? Illltl I.llltH. pi.'llullllilia
rMf.St Uu! Alu-1' ItK.MAHKAllI.
Otll'lta II t'fc'I.-a.l-l'lIAI-I.V
i)i:N. It lilts I'ltred kc
rirtiiv t-nsi's nf Axtlimti
mill liiuiK'liitiN, tiiiit II
lius lii'eti iiiiiiiiiinet il a
Kpi'tdlio for tlnso com
Imiillf. I'll I' 1'ilillH In
lm llri-ust, M1 ol
I.ni'li. . ravel nr Kill
liry l hi'Msc, lllwiuut
01 tin- I'r.iriry li;;:ii'i. JnuiKlice. Ol
nny I.Ivor 'or)ii'iiiit it luw uo t-nuul
II in iil'so H Mipi'i'ti' Ton r,
Iti'sloron tlio Aiijit'tlle.
tilrruKllirn.- liu' S.vnIoiii.
ItcstorCK llio t oa'i im t l bMilnlPil.
ini'OM Hie Foil I l aiic'-t,
Koniovoa lvs'iHi nml InilincMloii.
rrci'iila .llaliu lous l-'eveM.
t." VfH touo tn j'nr aysu-m.
Tlt
Pals, Yollow, Siekl7-Lookin Skit
. n-. tl loon.' (if fiiialiin-H-H nml tuMltll
TtUWO l MOHU'M Ol IIIO PJHIH.
I'll, lull". II lio nml F.riilloii art
rH:ii"Vf,l.i rofiil", irifliii IHnrnoM
ir in- r.vcH. wii t" swoiiimr. li'wii
pt l Kori ". nmnv Uiml or Humor nipltllj
rtwItHll'- rtnd diiiiM-Hr iiiultT Ha Inrliionce
In ri.i-l It will 1 yon mure itood, and curl
vou mnipappeilily tlitm nnv nml nil othol
propiitailKiiBwiinlilniHl. wvattsltl It la tin-li-r'
own restorer! anlnhli' oxyd of Iroi
i mliliTd with llio nioillelnr.l properties o:
P..feo It'Ki ilivi'Kli'dol all ilianerppiible qunl
It leu It will onre nny Oironle or Lona;
dlnmlliiv 'Kro ivhoio rpiil or tllroof
iMiiKolalxirtbioo'l. nhoninnlliiin.PRilni
In I.IiiiIiiii ltiii"i.'oiilliiillii bro
Itrn iln liv Mereui iiil or other plins
m. iH riin-'l ' It. ForKy phlll!i,or Hypl
llltlr In nl.lliore la notlilntr pntinl lo It
V IP i rr..v II. ASK FOR Drt
P. UMIMU U NYlttI Ol
FAEM FOR SALE.
A,lVITaiSimliiff the M ICR
UBsin IT R The lu rro contains Wiarroa
llj-j lorly aerea cleared. Kair improve
menla. A Kood coal bank open and
working. i feet beat coal. Furea e cheap.
Aaept U.O. J'lNlid.
LIME! LIME!
T AM nranared to furniah Ihe beat utialitv
Jfreah lime from my kiln. 1 mile north
HeArlhnr, alone dollar r ban el at III kilo,
buyer furailbtfUI aileir owa barrel,
ieplat, W. MAITJ1EWS. '
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of
of
0. .T. CUNNINC,
LAWYER
ONFICB AT 0 . ITOttl, MAIN 8TBBET.
fclang 1871
EDWIN N. BAKNIIILL,-
ATTORNEY AT LAW
-AND
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Ollicc iloArtlmr. Uliio,
Will attend promptly toall utumeas ontrnalpd
tohiacare. uovll
Cl7sr"CLAYPOOLBr
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
(PROSEI.-UTISG ATT OB KEY,)
? WcARTHUR.""0.
Will practice 1 1 inlon and adiolniDgroun
tiea. Hnn. e-a enirntpd to hia care piompt
ly alien. led lo. Ohier ill Court Hou.e.
)airiilH72ly
llOMEIt C. JOKES.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MAIN STREET.
McARTUUll, ODIO.
Ornci: One door west of Dan Will Broa.
itoie.
,anf30yl
AMERICAN HOUSE.
OPP08ITK R. R. UEPOT. ,
HAMDEN, OHIO.
R. FOX, PROPUIETOB.
Livery Sialics Attached.
URALS READY FOR ALL TBAINS.
The Houae haa nt hpen reftirniahpil
thronxhoiit. "iinnm elpan and pomfortal'lp,
the table anpplied with ttiP bet ihe market
allorda, and no pains apared to acoomodale
gueala. niai'4 Itu.V ly
IIULBERT HOUSE.
Main Street, Opposite Oonrt House
SVacArthur, Ohio,
JAMES WORKMAN, Proprietor
III tVR tnlien po,ea-,nn ofthe ahnve hotel,
renovated and partlv refitrni-lipd It, and
wil be kind lo eene Ihei.ld eii-lnmpra ol Ihe
hone, alii' piipeinlly iny oid Irionda nf Ihe
Hoekink Vnllev hn limy be viaittnii lbii
nml Thi" table wil be liirniahed with Hie
heat the market allorda, and enre taken lo
iiinke gueila omnloi bible (inod atatilma: nt
taehed lo ih houae; Ch irjrea reaaonable.
l:in,ar l7:i
PEYTON COX,
.rVUCTIO v; EER
l" ILL attend to all buaiuesa entrusted to
' Ins t are.
P. 0. ADUKKSS:
It K I'. n ' S W ILLS,
t Union County, O.
3ontl8721m
UE.NhY M ULE,
Vaerch nt Tailor,
11 aa jurt reeeived hia
'ALL AN . W NTER STOCK
Of the lnlett .iy',e of
Lth, Cassim'ses and Vestings,
Whifh I will aiill Very Law for Cash.
i it'sTt'M work Hone in the moat fafhtona.,
yble and dnm'le manner
Tluinkritl lor th lil?nil iiiitroniiirpenten'leil
it me herelolore, I aoliril a rnntintiuui e ol
heeaine. Remember t he place
deil
II. .MAI I.E.
JOHN BIECEL,
Formerly ol llamden.l
VNSt'UNHKStnhia fripnda in Vinton and
a'!in.ninpniiniipa that he haa hotiuhl the
Hotel ToTinerly Kept by Chas. Smitn
Three doora west cl Madtaon,oa
FRONT PT.
POHTSMOUTII, 0
'leh rofllted it thronahniif. and la prepared
to entertain the tiaveling public at reaanni, i
Htea I"11"
McAHTHTTTW
0 ARK AG EFAOT0RY.
No.-th-eaat corner of Mi inandJackaonatreeb
McAKlLtK, otlly
liEO. W. UKL'MCKi A'ropriutoi
tlanufactiiie.
Carrlayet, uiuuuie- i.xj-'eies, vU
L80, w'AOoaa tail all nana or waou woaa
tone to order on ahort Ootice.
Painting and Trimming
I all kinda executed in the neateat and most
.iriiatm atyle.
Ktil'.tlhl.Nii ol all kinda in my line will be
i'1'o nptly hu,I neall done.
Work doue at Una es ablichmcnl ia war
uuu u to I aiitiaiautiul, put up aobd and eiu
:u'ediii ihe nio.l workn auhke manner, not
o oe excelled in auy respect b oy other ea
abliahinentin lliecointry.
THAT WU10J IS
WORTH DOING
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WORTH ADVERTISING,
FRNT AN I PROSPER
The I avorite line-Cut
HE -'Chewera' rhoii-e. ia now taking the
I lead ot all other brands, biiphl in color,
pleasant in larte, tough and laaling in chew,
tin tobacco posees-ea e.ery quality lo auit
enewer. and aella b) the 10 ponnd bucket
hilly luoi'lieaper per pounn, ma anyoiner
brand of Ihe eame grade and perhai a leaa
quality. ItHI huckele id this pelehialed brand
have been sold in nillii othe alone within
the last two month, and trans Mill increaa.
log. -TryU" bCRiKhth a KKAMKM
Vliillieoihe, Ohio, are the Manufacturer.'
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SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOTZEiiisra-
FRAU IIELLHIAIV,
Al hia ne place of biiaitieaa,
COET'S BLOCK. OPPOSITE UHION
HOUSE.
CHILLICOTHE, o.
O AS TUB
Choicest Stock
OK
Spring and Summer Clothing
IVRn br.npht lo thia market, einbrnctna
vn'1 (be Intent and moat raahionable alylea.
II' in accordance with the laleat laalnona.
w hen yon aunt a imbby and dou I fail to vail
on riauk. lie alao tU If aud
Makes Garments to Obdei
and hna a fall line of
Cents' Underwear
HATS AND CAR'S, &C.
II i'1'lliinc marked down to the LOW
i:KT FlUl'KKN. Give me a c ,11 and 1 will
warrant aatialaction
iiai-r FRANK H F.M.MAN
W A I . i
aWBSSHBCB9
9
SHADE
Yci & CO.,
Union Blonk, Seoond St., Oliillicothe,
INVI'I'K Hi eatt. onon ol hoiiaekei per- ol
lthia place iud vicinity to llicir elw ol Wall
l'n per.
ALL NEW STYLES.
OK TIIK
Spring Traclo of 1073
i liirue iMaoilitieiii iil leeeived. Cull huu
vxatiiiii when yuti are m l.'hillicnllie.
Ai'!. Qtid l'ujier II iiulmo ijhuilts. Hug'
th BIumch. al ami; a youtt wrl'
meut of JUinci-tlauenua ami
Hchuul buaka. ita(iiitery. Fancy
Articles, Jic.
A GOOD BOOK
AGENTS WAN1ED.
Dick's Encyci.opriiU of Practical Rp.-
i-neia amp Paoi Kaaca. Contoiningi.,4'J'i prnc
tieal receipts, wriiien in a piain and poptiliir
mat tier, and illtltratcd Willi expliinntnry
wiiiid-cuta. Itetnit a comprehenaive bonk of
r leronee lor tl incrchaiu, uiunltfaeturer, r
tintn, ainatetir and h'maekepper, ineludinu
medicine, ph.irinai'y and diimealic economy
I beacope of thie work ia entirely dirt-rent
from any other book 01 Ihe kind. Keamea
beintf a complete and alnxat indtapenaible
b ok of rel'ere'iun for the thouennd am) one
receipt and aiticle needed In every hniia
hold . farm, (lardon, etc.. it includea clear and
ea-ily iindur-dooit directiona lor the npplica
lion of nianT of ll" arta uaiiallyaequiredoiily
by 1'iiiK experien.-e. and o iiiveated nf tei h
nichalitipa, or ihe tei'hnicaldtea ol lerm Uapd
an lull V explained aa to brinx Ihe entire aub
Jeet within the i'Oinirehenion olaoj peraon
ol ordinary IntelllKenee. I'romiinenl among
the iminenae maaa of aiihiecla treated of in
the book are the bdlowina:
The Art 01 UyeiiiK. Hard Soft and Toilet
Hon pa, Tanning, I'latillalion, Ilnilatlon Liq
uiira, Winea, t.'ordiala and Bitter, liider,
Hrewsng, Periifmerv.FlavonnK Eaaencea, etc.,
t,onieiica, Hair I 'yea and Wahea, Pomadea
and Perfumed oil-", Tooth P.twdera, etc., 8y.
inpa, Alcohol and Alcnholmetry, Pet l oleum
and Kernaene. Bleaching an,l Cleaning, Vin
ejar, tam ea, Cal-npa and Pickets, Rei-eipla
tor ihettnrden, To l-eiiiovei-lalti8,Ppcita,ete
Pyrolechny aud Kx leaivea, Geinenla, etc,
Wutprprontiiig. ArliHcnil, Rem, Ink and
Writing Klueia, Aniline Colore, Pninta and
Pigiuenta, I aintingahd Paper-hanging, Ku1
nomine mid Whitewash, Varniabing and Pol.
tah ng, l.ubrica ora. Japanning and Lacquer
it . Hoot anil Hnrneaa Ula king. Plioiogiaphv,
MeinU and Allovn. liildmE. Stlverina. eu)
Klei'irotypnig, Klectrnplating. euj., Putent
Medicinea, Medical Receipt-, Weighta and
M en-urea. 607 pajjea, rcyal ortavo, cimli.
Price I5.n imr
MC. a F ITZtiEKALI'.Publnehera, N. T.
J OB WUHK
EXECUTED
NEATLY Sl PROMPTLY
THIS OFFICE
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bad ex,.pdrH
oj
GRANGER'S SONG.
0, were you he'er a Granger,
Anil diil you nevor plw.
And lifl that . welling if your bones
You never can leel now t
Hurt never trml the verQunt od
Willi feet all brown aitl baref
Or, brl k and blithe, hist swung the
seytlic
With liBy-seed In ywir hair?
Dldtit never don. at breili of day,
On crlap Pccemher pittrn.
Ynr overalls and lliifiuf-gtiills,
To husk the golden ciru 1
For it ynti never reaped nor sowed.
There's one thlii! cer ;aln. t ranger.
Pro. very aure vou nevef k no wed
What 'tis to be a Gra'pger. .
GRANGER'S SONG. A Parrot with a Wicked
Tongue.
,
.
one who Las ever had
l? rmTa parrot,
appreciate Ihe following
will
appreciate the following true
story trom a Detrnjt p per re
laling to a parrot with a wick
ed tongue. Last winter a Ora-
tiot trset saloon keeper went
to Cincinnati on a visit, and
while seeing the town he came
across a saloon sporting the
wickedest old parrot which
ever learned tospt-ak tbe Eng
ia ia lauguage. . Gsdtiot street
si nod by and heard the bird
"rip and tfcar" lor a straight
hour, and when he came home
Hint parrot came with him. All
ihe way up here the purrot,
"went lor" Irakenien and bag-page-men,
ripping out Oaths
which Uapt. Kidd couldn t have
handled, and the further north
lie c ime the more wicked he
trer. Reaching Detroit, hi?
cage was hung up in his sa
loon, and "Jack" has been there
ever since, up to Friday. It
was a poor day when he didn't
learn some new outh of slangy
expression, aud finally he be
came -so that nobody but a
burdened villian could talk
with 1j i hi. lie was' sola last
Friday for $20, and his ownrr
kept him about nn hour and
then sent him as a present to a
minijier'8 wife wht.ln boeu
attentive lo his family during
sickneos. She was very grate
lul, having often thought how
nif e U would be to have a talk
ing purrot around the house
Jack" seemed put out by t lie
change ol owners and ho sat
on his perch all Friday nigh
and relusod lo say a word Sit
urday morning the minister'
wile started lt,r Pontiuc, and
site curied ''Jack's" cage into
her husband's si inly that neith
er might he lonesome. She
had been gono about an hour
Hiid the good in in was scrib
bling away when all at once
Ihe parrot shouted:
"Hearts is lrumpt?"
The good man gaze a jump
and looked out of the window
thinking thai a couple" ol bad
boy 8 were playing euchre un
der his shade trees. Lie could
see no one, and, supposing that
he was mistaken, he seated
himself and began to write
agaiu, when the parrot shout
edi
"JNot any gin, thatik ye!"
Uorrified, the clergyman
looked around and he Saw
'Jack" trying to wink at liiir.
Llall doubling it it was the
bird which had spoken, yet de
terruined to find out, he in
quired: -What?''
"(Shot up, i r I'll put a head
ou ye! 'replied Jack, hatlging
to the cage with one cUw and
shaking his leathers.
Is it possible?' eiclaime
the good man drawing nearer
tr the cage.
Champagne Charlie was hU natrie
Champagne Charlie was his name,
sang Jack, swinging luribusly
on the slick.
'Vile bird, yon shall go out
of here!' said the minister
an excited voice, 'l would
soon harbor a highwayman!'
-Rouse mil him!"' cried Jack
and then he chuckled and
cackled as il be was luughly
heartily.!
ll is a sin and a shame that
men have taught an innoceui
bird to use such language.
continued the good man, as
oicked up Ihe cage,
Hithito with a beer tomb
ler reotied the parrot, trying
to fiisten his clawa into the
'Little did my wi:e dream
what a viper Bhe was bringing
into tbe- house,' mused the
man. 'I shall hi.e some boy to
carry you away.'
'Send tor the Black Maria,'
replied the bird, and while he
was being carried out he con
tinued, 'who stole the wheel
barrow?' The minister reached the
toop and called to a boy who
was playing rnumlleiypeg on
the tr.8si
'Here, bub,' hBiid, as the
boy c .imo up; Mako this Lir I off
somewhere and give liim awa
aud I'll give you Iwo shillings.'
Give him to any one who
will take him,' continued the
minister. 'I have received a
hock wl.iuh iairly makes me
tremble.'
Chuck him under the table!'
called the bird, as he went
through the gate, and when he
was nearly a block away he
could be heard singing:
Wo won't go home till morning
Till daylight does appear.'
The Sheirick Case.
as
We copy the lollowing ac
count of a recent affray which
occurred in Jackson county
recently from the Jackson Uer-
aid:
The preliminary examination
belore Mayor Laird, of James
Sherrick lor the killing ot Levi
Strouse, excited great interest.
flie facts as they appeared be
fore the Mayor are these Sher
rick had rented a piece ol
ground of Mr. Strouse, and had
put it in Corn and potatoes.
Strouse had told a number of
his neighbors that Sherrick
should not have the crop, and
if he undertook to dig tbe po
tatoes be .would shoot him
The morning of the killing
Strouse sent a little boy, named
Allred Hartley, who worked lor
him (Strouse ) iuto the potato
patch just as Mr. Sherrick and
Ins two bos reached it
Young llartley told Sherrick
le had better go aw.y as Mr
Strouse had said il he (Sher
rick) came into the patch he
would shoot him. Sherrick
said he would dig the potatoes
if "hell froze over! ' Just then
a 8iiot was henri at Strouse'"
house, t wo hundred yards away,
and Young Hartley told Sher
rick he hal better go away hs
that, wus Strouse. The bov
went to the house and fount!
Mrnuse loading Ins pis ol
When londe-d and capped he
startel for Ihe pclato p itch at
a rapid walk. When within
lew feet of Sherrick, Strouse
presented the pistol and shoved
it against Snerrick's fac and
at the same time ordering him
nut Sherrick knocked him
down with his fist, and grabbed
the mnfczie" of the pistol. Then
ensued a s'riiscle which lasted
several minntps, and in whifh
Sherrick fearhed one hand for
a hoe, Ftill retaining his enp
on the mii2z!e of the p:i'ol
keeping it turned awav'fnm
him. and strck him" (S'fonse)
on the side of the head one
twice probably twice. Sher
rirk then made renewed efforts
to get the pistol, and finallv
eetting it he started off nnr
hurried tn the office, of Alb'i
Hartleiy. a Justice of the Peace,
and wanted a warrant
Strouse. Sherrick at that time
had no idea of Rtronse being
hurt much as immediitotv after
he had atari ed a way.Slrodse
np, and after rdrkine up a hot
. . ... - .
tie ot ammnnihnn. which
his strueglp had dropped ont
his pocket, had started foriiis
honse. The Mayor held Sher
rick to answer to the chnrg
monalangh'er. ll gave bail
for his arparance in the srjm
of SI 000. Sherrlck's life-long
character for peac and quiet
comes strongly to his aid
Tiik Texas Pdcifio tfailrbad
haa Come to a dead ba'C The
construction comfauy
tailed.
a
or
for
in
of
of
Las
Probably no man has moro
trials than a railway ticket-sel-er,
and to sho one variety of
fan cmioraers, we offer the fol
lowing scene at a Nashville
ticket office.
Traveler Ilelloo.pard! Whar
can a fellow buy a ticket?
Agent This is the ticket of
fice. T Can a feller git a ticket
n?
A The office is open for the
sale ot tickets.
T Didn't know whether
you'd opened yer box yit
What is a ticket?
A Don't fully comprehend
yonr meaning. Mr.
T What's the damage?
A Do you mean the fare,
sir?.
T Jest so. flow do you
sell tickets?
A It depends entirely on
where you purchase them to.
Where are you going?
T OhI on the train.
A I presumed that you
were. But what train; where?
T Qoiu' on the Nashville
train.
A That train leaves at
10-60. sir.
T 10 50! I When; to-night?
A Yes, sir.
T Why, don't a train go be
fore that? A feller told me
that it Iff t nigh unto sundown.
A This train, leaving at 7,
runs to Memphis.
T Well, why can't I go on
i ?
A Sinply because it is not
your train.
T Don't this'n stopnowhar?
A I makes all stops south
of Lebanon junction.
T Well, I reckon 1 can go
on it then.
A But, toy dear sir. you
said that you took the Nash
ville train.
T I'm just goih' a piece out.
Can't I go on this 'un!
A Where do you go!
T Want to go to the station.
A Ves, but what station?
T- Down to the creek.
A But, my man, there is
no such station ou the road.
Where do you want to get off
the train for the creek?
t Just beybtld the bridgp
vou know
A No, but I do not know.
Do tell me where you lira,
von can?
T In Hart
A What prfion ot liart
fount' ?
T-Two mites and upVd
from the bn lge.
A And the nearest station
to this bridge Is
T - Why, pardoer, it's just
right thar at BVnn creek.
A Am I to unleritand that
vou go to Baron creek station
T Exactly How much dops
it damage a feller?
A Is that for us all?
A That is one tare only.
T--What'l you let a feller:
have one that'l take the old
Viman and children!
A-It depends on the number
and Age".
T (Pointing to the old lady
near) Thar's the o'd 'orriah,
and Andrew Jickaon. George
Washington, Henry Clay, Su
pan Jane and
A Tli.'ld, my fr'end. just,
and rjr:az our family and let
me count th'm.
T Just so I eTTehrieRfee,
bring the young'uns up here,
so ih's ticket miRter can count
'em; thar, stranger.
A-Two wholes and six halves
will do; don't charge for the
four youngest, only for those
of foiif arid upwards.
T-Pardner, that's steep1, can't
you Come down?
a So, sir. it's tbe fare.
T Well, where can a feller
find the train
A Just behind you.
T Wiiich box will a feller
p; in!
A ''he iacoixi coach.
T Wjaaa door, iba itajtt
I
AlVKltTININfl TERMS.
One equare, $l o0
KacludditlocK.. flrtlott ... 6U
Card, peryev lO OO
Local noflft jer line, lit
Yearly ad?.rtifiement4 810o OO
toluuin, and at pmortIonate rate pel
teaaapnoe. rayaoie in auvance.
tlTThe KecOrd being the ofllctal
paixr of the town, amlhavliir tt e
lftlXet circulation or nhy pap in tin
bounty, offera superloi inJuceniCLts
' wi snifasriians
A At o'cIoot.
TUow longlirstf
A Ten minutes.
T Can I get in now?
A Yes, eir.
T Pardner, jest take a Jeis
ler and show him in the right
box. I'm a stranger in these
parts,
A My deir a'r, I have olhe
p ss-ners to wait on. inert)
is the truin just before yod.
T Good-by, pardner, coma
along Tiiinesse: Andrew Jack
son, pick Up that d'jg; yod
Henry Clay, help Patsy Ann
with them cats; come along
iharieorge Washington, you'll
b3 left.
Key to a Person's Name.
if
By the accompanying tabid
of letters the name of a persori
or word may be found out m
the following manner!
A B D & P
0 0 E I Q
E F F J R
0 G 0 K a
1 J L L T
K K M M U
M N N N V
0 O O 0 w
Q tt T X X
S S V Y 1
U V V Y Z
W W W
Y
Let 'he person whose namd
you wish to know inform yod
in Which of the upright col
umns the first letter of hia
name is contained. If it be"
found in but one column it is
the top letter; if It occurs in
more than one column, it la
foUnd by adding the alphabet
ical numbers ofthe top letters
of those columns, and the sum
will be the number of the lets
ter sought. By taking on a
letter at a time in this way thw
whole can be ascertained. For'
fxample, take the Word Jane:
J is lound in the two column
commencing with B and U
which are the second and
eighth letters down the alpha
bet; their sum is ten, and the
tenth le'terd iwo the alphabet
is J, the letter sought. Thd
next letter A, appears in but
one column, where it 6tands ab
the top. N is seen in the col
umns neaded B. D and II; these)
are the second, fourth and
eighth letters ot the alphabet
which added give the four
teenth or N, and bo on. Thd
use of this table will excite no
little curiosity among thrsa un
acquainted with the explana
tion.
Iowa Farming.
trrt
attention of persons whd
claim that farmiug don't pay iii
Ioa is ca'led to the following
elhibit furnished us by Major'
Kellogg, of the cost ot break?
ing, fencing, sowing, harvest
ingj etc., a forty acre field. The
work was all hired, an! a cor
rerit account of .the amount!
paid out kept, the items ar3
as tol'ows :
Breaking, $2 per acre..? SO 00
Six hundred and sixty
six feme posts, 10
cents each 66 00
Sharpening and driv
ing same 2 cts.....;;
Boring for wire
Putting in wire. .....i.u
Wire tor fence, (four
wires). .........
Sixty bushels seed
wheat.......;....;..;.;.;
Si Wing and harrowing
Cutting with Marsb
IlarVesleh... ;.........;
Shocking arid drawing,
to machine
id UO
7 Otr
& oa
102 00
SO" Off
as op
65 00
20 00
Threshing.;...;... .;...;.. 30 00
Help hired in thresh
ing and carrying to
the cars......... 40 (W
Total expenses.....;. 58 00
Wheat raised. 80S
bushels, netted $1
per busrrl.. .;j $08 09
Received ior btrw..;ai 20 00"
$828 00
DeduCt 58 k'O'i'
244 00'
Leaving after" fencing aiiu
breaking, tter $6 rr "acret
Moan r.rr fit Thia ietM nrarf ttf
air Iv-r our cheap lauda-
Wagns Co., (Iowa) Nowa.

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