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DEMOCRATIC AT ALL TIMES AN UNDER ALfc CIRCUMSTANCES.
VOLUME l.(
IP ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1867;
NUMBER 45'
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5)crnocrfitic Enquirer
, iiuiaiirn evert TnijRsnAT MnitNiKO, by
J.'W. IOWCI, HD1TOB NHf BOPB1F.TOI.
iFFIClAL ORGAN OF VINTON COUNTY
m 1 ; - ,r-. . i ,
.jft"(IJEIn f)niiOi' B'l'ltling-ov Swellani$
tl',"1 St "" . -- ' . -
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i'tiRMS 0 SUlMtJKH'TlUN.
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ln copy, one yir,
3; e copy, nix month,
,)'i c pv. thrwi month,
'v i'0iif 9, nn y"r, t one To't Offlffe,
"'on "iiiuien. on vwir. toon I'lirtHITine,
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111 O'l
"7 nr tr'in mqnire iaynicnt to be nmde stiuctit
AjfaiUire fo lire nntiooof witi to Hiscnntinn t
"! jc ?!if ol th li ilfl imlH.'.rilinl fur, will li oonsirt
. i iihw ii,'iMinnt i nii'l no iier be rtii-
.i. !mni'l tint-1 ulinmll iirreur ipi'8 -hull be pmH.
I'iiimoV me ilclivereJ tlinmuli the mull hoy of iot-
wiilun '.lie eounty, rik), iIw. free to iilwiirllr
i.v ii) tint vinuntj, hoi).' poctollice i- out of the
oi'iifr."
, ' TERMS OF A D YERTISIlid '
T.ti !hi"t "f thmtype.-or the tiee occupied by
f..-. .iiiiti.. miltie one rnnure.
iii 'im.ip, one insertion, .11.00
:..:: . I iitmnnl innrtiiin, ',0
Ait jtiiS'cnt Ailrii9iii'i for n shorter period tnn
t ! !M .nut vlwrifed itt the i ove iiih.
3 nine l I""". t l
11 mow
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40 i
60 IKJ
80 I (I
V, :-n'mn, M O tlniiU Jlfino
S L-iliin ii, lUOU '!"uu a(MI"
it -tlttinn, - i 1 '-0 451
) nun, ' lunO 4001) , 60(10
; .f. r,. H.' i-nnb", from B to 10 lini-n, per unnnm
iMM-oe Niitireii.notexuatidingSu line, (in
iivmi'f,)
J',tli iwMitionel lo llne,
y.Rj.iliineiit Nutigcs, (in mlvinee.)
A iininiitritor'a or Executor' otieet, (in
U'IV:ltll.ft.V 1
8 OU
2
.0
2 On
2 dO
.Notice of rnnRWRjl huf b;indl or mill, double
ni'f, mi'l in nilvani'e.
.N.nicenof nealh.-, ree. Mmlage Sotic,fi,ord
irii to the liberality of the prlie.
Nuticmin the loon) aolninn, li" eent per line for
cti hteert:an. "
.a nf iiolitirel meetinm.tree
li VBUSINiSS CAHDS.
. I . II. E.l!l i I.U,
BtiAOIISMITH,
Qold't Old Stand, near the Steam Mill,
;V , McAKTiiUll, OHIO, . '
14 prpr.Uo Jo U maimer of Uaok Hmltbing.
eiK'U it , .. .
jdrf -iKointt . , . ... ;
i Inning cf Bufin,
Wtggoni,
., &c . $: $c
n I h mnufwlilre nd rep r of ll kiml I ri
lil irtl l.n,il -leitts nd fcit4? TuolK. All "- '
4j.io.iii nii'istnliiil nviiinir nml nriiinteil. ol
HH. Wll MUXU.T.K. A.WtlillAUrT H.WAtOHTEI.
, , S. GOETZ & CO,
ITA'MDEN- FOUNDRY.
vHAMDENi, OHIO,
MAiorcTcK8 or
STOVES, CASTINGS,
HOLLOW VYABE,
All Kindt of Catttrt and Bed Failtninyt,
C3xxsn.i Cano mills
jMn,clalxi.oz"s; of all
Ti l H Ware Mauufirlured t tliu f'l.undryio old
, low i'n be bought innny Msrltet.
oulfB.io.iidre Iteed's Mills, Vinton County, 0.
M IV Hi. I3;i7-ly
VJNTOW COUfiTY BANK
' ' (UNINCORPOKATICD,) .
MoArthur, Ohio,
. " STOCKHOLDERS:
J03. j. McUUWEI.l.. JA5i. W. DELAY,
. I'huiui nr. Cahhibk
. '. 1VSPT. E. D. D1D0N, ASDBf.W WOI.F,
. t. A0TIII, V.lASNKM, tIAkSlfcONU,
. . A. A. ABTI.
BAKK Or DISCOUNT AND DEPOSIT.
HA VI Nfi formed co-partnership for the purpose
i.f conducting . -
GSNEKAL. BANKING AND EXCHANQE
: ; , BUSINKSS, .
and with umple fttoilities for the Irsneactlnn pfsny
b:i ia peruining to legitlniBt Hanking, we tender
ui nerricM'to the biiMr.e." pnblMiwnerMllT.
t till KSO HULL EX'1HN(E, (X'lV AND
B'J.VO - Money lone 1 at reisonahle rAtea en an
ptb papr Kereniie Stamp alaays on hand
u i for sale,, tnterent panl.on lime W posits
IVrmim w sh nto remitmoiey to Foreign Coun.
tries nan not ir, nrafts at uur Ultl.-e.
FVury 7,1817-lr
;UAttKtJVN. I'rtH. , DAN. WIl.L, Cath
VI LL. BROWN & CO.,
A.'lWEL.-GSXl.O,
0f'Doir'We$t Dan. Will Bro'i Store, North
''' ' Side Main Street,
' ioABTIIUR, OHIO,
DO A GENFRAL BANKING BUS IN ESS j
Deal in Exchange, Government Hecuri
tit, Stock, Bon.is, GoliI tad Silver,-o.
Deposit received. ' Interest paid , on time
deposits, 7, ' . . . .
' - Oofleoilons made tt all accessible poln'.s
in the Vniie,.! States, :- ,, ...
UniteJjStates Revenue Stamps for sale. ,
All husineti done on (be mo-1 liberal terms
an I witb lie utmost promptneti. . i
February 28. WOT-ly. ', .
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'..:m.i.! .h. c. moore, ,
PHYiStdlAN AND SIIROif)N,
A S.t'ENS flLLE, OHIO.'.
AFTEIan absence of two vera, wflers his prn-r-ionl
services to tbeoilUen of Allensville
an I surrtidiogcotwtry,. , j ;
March 41. 1887-tf , . ,.,'. f ; , , , , ,. .
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JOHN C. RTP.VEXSOIV,
ATTORNEY ; AND COUNSELOR AT ,AW,
: JACKR0N C. H., OHIO, " ; ; ,
irTTttpfle in h Otftrt M JoUDtir Viasii
f and other eonnlhat.
ARCHIBALD MAYO,
Attorney a,t Law,
(PROSECUTING ATTORNEY nF VP TON COUNTY.)
MnAUTHUR. OHIO.
fII.L nl'end nromntlv o all lepsl hiulneen-
V tniifed to hi'enrein Vin'onand .Infkon conn-
ties. Offlt-e 1 1 liodilriilpre's New "iiiblirar. oiiih
krWCOrni-r IIIH im'l UBI Biprrin uiinunir.. r.
Mnynlsin pnrtnerehip with Por'er Inilladviny o
Ji'kon eonntv. who ean always h . found, 1 urine
yai'ation,nttheoffli;e.ifl Jackapn, Ohio. ;
May 3i,18.,7-tl
Dtr IFA. S. DAW.
Attorney nt Xjcv-w,
MoARTIIUR, OHIO.
WILL frneticnin the Courts ,f Vinlon, Athens,
anil .Inekson Counties j also, in the I'nited
J'tntos f'nurts ot theaniithern tVetrwr of Ohio.
iiFncu-Second Story of Davis' Uuildinit. on Main
Street.
.Iuiiiinrv2-t 18fi7-tf
.Mll ( IIIIKI II, Jr.,
C6 W. FOUUTII ST., CINTINNATI, OHIO
TIRtLER II
SWEET MUSIC,
MUSIC BOOKS
AND Alt KINDS or
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
I M POUTER ol French, German and Italian Violin;
strinff!-.
Ti.e Trade supplied on the most liberal terms.
General Wenltrn Agentor
MASON & HAMLIN'S
CABINET OIIUANS,
"SHONINOEU" OEM ORGAN AND,
J1ELODKON, ' "
and tub ci.rnnATr.t .
AI.80 A LAUGH STt'Clf 1T "
From the Faiiilef nfihe most of the Cslfsratid
Make s, which I will sell low for ciish.
' Old Pianos tnken in eiehtnue tnrney. '
v ... .. nA II..M11. f.. .ala.iiil .11 rAiit ktf thm
Month, Quarter or JVor,
imount paid tor rent Deing appiieu t pur
hftie. if desired. '
lilTAgents for Cabinet Oriani and Pianos
ritmeil in every town ia Ohio, Iudiana ad
Xen'ucky.
A'ldreei. i . . . r !-i
. JOHN p.HURrH.Jii.,
.Inns 97 Iflfj.t - -J v-' ' firieii.Tiati W
i li. n vr.i., ;
Attorney txt o,-w,
Mi-AltTHUR, OHIO.
WILL attend promptly to alt legal business an.
triioted to ins iMr, in Vinton and adjoining
onnties. i ifflca-ln the Court House.
July 11, 18.17-1 y . . . .
.1. fil liLI lilt I HI" I' a
FASHIONABLE TAILOR,
One Door E3t San. Will & ro'a 8tors,
JUSKPU BltAlikEKr. . WILLIAM HA1.
BRADBURY & MARK, s
Attorn cys at Xjtfw,
MoAETHOB, VINTON 00UNTT, OHIO.
Wit.Lpr.ictiL'einVint..naid adjoining counties.
Offli-e on l.r in rtirect. lv
J. A MONAHAN, M D
PHYSICIN AN1 SUUGP:oN,j
H.VMPF.N, VINToN COUNTY, d-HO,
I'HANKKULfor the liberal p.tronage received for
th.tw . paityears.he would say mthnse .lesir-
n hi professional arrviiw, that ne may always n
onndath sOmoeorresidenie.on Main mreet, un-
absent on prnfesinnal luiiilieas.
Fehriisrva.iSiiT l
1UCIIAKD CKAICr,
XjX03S'N'S3I!I
A.U G T T 0 N E E R ,
IVToArtlitxi, OliiO,
HAVINrf been lieemed to dispose of property by
public auction, he wll promutly attend II auc
tion" in VintoneouiiiT ht. solicited.
OfBce l-ivi-l' Law Office, in the Court House.
August 1.18HT-U
J. J. MeDoWFLL,
Attorney nt IjO-xv,
AND
r. n: rinlm Agrnf,
MoAlt T HIItt, OHIO.
WILL practice in Vinton and sdjoininir eeunll.
Also, Deputy Collei-t -r of Internal Keveuu.
Ornea In the V'mlon County Bunk.
Jttne'i7, 1867 tim
FALL AND WINTER
DT?rV QOODS !
, . AT ,... , , .
. E. D. DODGE'S '
C II EA V STORE,
' IN i.- .;
MAIN STREET.
McARTHOB, O
IHAVE Inst reeelTed a larjre and w-ll se'reted
stock of Fn'l and Winter Dry Goods, Nntii ns. e.,
wl.iith were pttri hiseilin the K-M. rn cities rtircasb,
uuridg the if. cHne ui prices, hi.-h I will hell aa
LOW AS THE LOWEST.
: 1 hay-1 1 the latest eijlt's of ) 1 -: .' I
Dress Goods an'l- Plain 1 and
, 1 Fane Goods, ,
White Ooodi, Laces, . Embroideries
Talile L nens, Towelins. Shawls,
lialmo at Skirt, "Hoop Skirls, Ifusi. ry,
Gloves, ' Muslin c- to' Ao.
I ,' A lcel and ernpleteeHrtrrnt ot i. 0 i
MEN & BOY'S CLOTHIWG.
Boots ctJ Shoes. '
' A mllhnaol all kindaot NuTtUNW. " '
I HI not be undersold bjMTUoiib id this mark,
A. 1. WVVAt 1
MISCELLANEOUS.
, A Touan Story. A Western paper
' tells tho following rather touh story.
Ti i. ! it l 1...11;
11 11 "' 11
j(i(.f)rd :
"An accident ot a remarkable n a-
tlirO Occurred ill the VTOods of a ncidl-
(-1
boring county, last week, by which a
man tfas thrown eighty feet into the
air. He was standing on a balance
tree lying across ajurgo log, to'seo
another tree come down-, when tho
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tl'CO in US tailing C0UTR0 Struck the
other end of the treo'on which he was
standing, and tho tremendous weight
of it coming on the spring lever,
"flhrew him liko a shot into the air.
J "The remarkable part of tho story
remains to bo told. .When at his
'highest elevation, the man caught
T10I1I nf n. limit in tlm ton rP o
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about fifteen feet fronv tho trunk, and
remained suspended by the arms until
the person who had. felled tho tree
traveled a distance of five miles and
returned with help and a ladder, be
fore ho could bo released from his per
ilous position. He 'yas found in tho
same position as 'when left, evidently
in tho best of "spirits, for ho wag
whistling 'Yankee Doodle,' and mak
ing a strong fight with' his feet against
a delegation of wasps tjiat were en
deavoring, to -build, a nest in tho fecjat
of his pants. He said, upofi reaching
ino grounu, u.at tie,' una luiu a
'healthy time with, .the 'vwrmints.
and attributed his,.. power of.cmlun
ance wholly & the hotly .contested
convassho had with the 'critter?-
their persistent 'fire in the rear.' and
tho tremendous
excitement incident,
....
j thereto.
"If -that man ever gets into office,
he will bo provided for for the rest of
his natural life, llo will know how
to hang on to it."
I
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a Wetllllllg SSlippCl 1U LnglaiHl
, . . .
OV tlllS UlSCOVCrV that the CCre
es J
mnil V h;lf1 hoon llorPrtrmnrl wi t li-
i Mincf. Pies. Take a pound of beef,
free from pkin and strings, and cop it
very fine; then two pounds of puet,
which likewiso pick and chop; then
add three pounds of currants, nicely
cleansed and perfectly dry, ono pound
and a half of apples, the' poel andjuice
of a lemon, halt a pint of sweet wine,
i..,ip.. ..t .i f. .,.i;,.. 1.a
i.ji.i a nutiiiuL, iiwu a itiw i;tuv..o iwiu
lutmeg.
mace, with a pimento in fine powder;
have citron, orango and lemon -peel
ready, and put some in "each of the
pies when made. .
Great horror was occasioned at
i out license.
An Irish absentee is said to
have sent this comforting mess
age to his steward:
"Tell the tenats that no threats
to shoot you will terrify me."
November and March are two
of the most trying months . in
this climate.
The elixir of bark and iron is
found to be the best restorative,
or '-ecupcrative remedy, after
ev9l's or anJ wasting disease
"Widows have been compared
to green wood, which, while it
is burning on one side, is weep
ing on the other.
. Nature teaches the farmer
many a lesson.. She gives the
earth a top dressing every year,;
of fallen leaves..' .This year's
crop .-of leaves, now covering'
1 ,
the groundas worth many thou-
sands of dollars' for , the enrich- ;
uieta ui. uic. buiu; ..vjrHiiicr aiivuiiotner
lip and use them in th!e garden
they are tho natural' food'1-of;
j)lafttH . 1
Currency.
I
;The fi iends of Thad Stevens say he
can not survive tho winter'.
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1 General Schafield says that no prizo
fights shall take place in Virginia.
' They are selling graveyards at auc
tion, for non-payment of taxeB, at tho
South.
The dust of tea, bound on, will stop
t$o flow of blood. '
if
Tho silks foe the costumes in a
new phiy lo be brought out in New
York cost $30,000.
A. T. Stewart employs two thousand
men in his New York store.
;;A young girl was found in the
streets of 'Buffalo suffering from delir
iom tremens.
' The Iowa Masons rcfuso to admit
negroes into their lodges.
! A ladv 111 linirlund owns n vino- o-.V.
' o - - - n b- -
en by the Queen of Sheba to Solomon.
Surratts 2d fial will not take pl;.ce
before the latter part of December.
Three babies, abandoned bv thoir
mothers, havo been picked up at Ter
- - -j
re Ilauto, Ind., within a wok,
Flies that stand on the wall with
their heads upward, are tho only ones
that bite. So wo are assured bv. oh-
screcr.
An election bet was decided in New
jYork on Monday week by a wheel-
barrow ride up Sixth Avenue to Ccn
t nil' Park.
A newspapor is proposed at Wash
cause of Chief
I T .' -
Three months' hard labor in jail is
t. in THmnrv ni i.mriiuii in.-i . i..fi:,.t
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eu upon a poor iellow for sleeping in
a gen Human s barn.
During the recent tornado at Green-
castle, Ind., tho top of a hack, which
contained a wedding party, was torn
off and tho occupants tumbled out in
tho mud.
A -sawing machine is to bo manu
factured in Connecticut which sharp-
its own saw as it goes along.
-,Tbere is an' exquisite joke embodied
! in Ohio in a man who was discharged
i . i . . . - .
1,10 scrvice in 1,16 ar ot on the ;
ground of old a-re and still survives. :
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lip is 108
,
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i
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t
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nw, mansion cost 57,000.
!T,," Freemasons of Milled
Georgians,. tor fa a year.--;
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Ono ot tho negro delegates to the
Virginia Convention stole a horse and
rode to tho election in stylo.. Tho
Convention will miss him as ho is now
in jail. , .
A fair femalo who enters tho lion's
dea in pink tights and there Van
Anjburghs in the most thrilling man
ner, is a novelty in a circus" now trav
eling the South. Gertrude Bouxario,
her sweet name is. .
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A boy named Edgarton, in attempt
ing to stand on his head at New Lon
don," a few weeks ago,' strained hi's
neck in such a way that ho has been
unable to hold it in an upright position
since. '" .'j '.. '
The New York City Council has
adopted a resolution td tender Gen.
McCIellan a public reception, and to
give him tho freedom of the, city on
his return, from Europe.,,
The way they weigh hogs In Kan
sas is as follows:' They first tie tho
hog to one end of a rail,' balance the
rail on a foiice with rocks tied to the
'other end. and then truess how mnch
the rocks weigh. . ,
i
The Eoman Catholic Churches in
New York subscribe $100,000 a year
toward the erection of the now cathe
dral on Fifth Avenue, until completed.
A carpet which Mr. A. T. Stewart
bought in Paris (for a parlor in his
a. ,
Millcdgevillo,
Ga., arc about to fbund a bovB' high
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l)6i given t0 the sons of Masons and of
The saloon keepers of Chicago1 think
they af aleaiid
law, adlavoJiold 4 mooting to talk
cently settled by a meeting of the bcl
ens ligcrents, who fell to without a ;word,
an stayed not their hands or their
the subject over. A Waukegnn brew
er, offered to furnish ale or beer at
nine dollars and a half per barrel.
( A man in Philadelphia went into a
stable a few days since and deliberate
ly cut tho throats of three horses, be
cause tho owner of the stable had a
short time previous shot a cat belong
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nig 1110 murucre1
At tho mcoting of the Grand Trunk
Railway Company, of Canada, it was
stated that the total loss sustained by
tho company from 1802 to Juno last,
in American , currency, amounted to
no less than 311,000 sterling. ,
Tho English pedett;-ian, Captain
Barclay, walked 110 m 1 -s in 19 hours,
a performance that has no equal in
the annals of pedestrianism.
The revolver Cannon. Jatelv con
structed at Liege, has been triad. It
has eight chambers, two of whioh aro
discharged at each stoppairo in
rotation. It will fire one iiundredl.
i6hofs a minuto, and with carriage and
ammunition weighs about COO pounds.!
.
Boston housekeepers have reccntlv
discovered that flour mixed with iced
water makes the best bread. It takes
a 1'ttlo longer to rise and is, thereforo,
unpopular with cooks, who consc-i
quently have to rio a little earlier to
.
have their hot cukes ready for break
fast.
The Portland (Maine)' Press Bnya
that City Marshal Ileald, of that city
has -sold his horse Detectivo to Lon
Morris, of Boston, for 83,800, and an
other horse that cost S800. Detective
V nine years old, and has trotted his!
milo in 2:35. Marshal ; Heald pur
. ., . . . .. .
cnasca tins norso last Ai arch, in tho
town of Westport, for S250. .
If General Grant is not a .Radical,
ic is radically sensiblo, and,"saya the
&n-ngfiiI Republican, is not likely to
select such a man as Colonel Forney
as the authorized expositor of .his
opinions. ., ;
A family feud in California was 're-
P'ols until six were killed and one
...it.. i ,i - ,
muruH.y mm ; uireo , aangerously
wounded
Currency. " NOT LOST RUT GONE BEFORE".
FORE:"
Oht nit, aha i not lost, the loved and eher-
ishfd, ' .
Tlio' s'timheriBg deep heneath the elmrch
yard snd.
'Tie tint thi worthless casket that has pa r-
.ih.7, . , , .. , ;
While she baa gone before us unto God I
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She 1s net. Inst; in youth's bright sunny
moraine; f
She fv her heart with all its hopes to
. Go I,: , -' -. ,! .-.
Then from the world and ill allurements
turning,:
She meekly walked the path her Master
: trod.. ,
.She is not Ins1; her Inrap was trimmed, and
1 burning, -1' '' ! ": -. i; '
When rang the midnight ery, " Behold,
; ; lie's herel" ".'; ' ' ''
And bright as dawn of tr.c eternal morning
It fehune in death's lon'e vale serene and
''.'; clear. .'
She is not. lost ; for wiih a lore undying
She treuilv Lovers o'er the frieuds left
And towards the pearly gale Is ever striving
To draw the waudtiiug feet of those so
" ' ' dear. " ; 1 '-'''
Oh I no, she is not Jos', the loved nd eil
. Ihed; '-.j 1 .:' '-j
She lives in heavrn, to fade and die no
more;
And whn this tenement ef clay has per-
, My nut will 1 greet he on the eternal
. .-;borw." .:!,;!;! .-t K'K l-i'i Jjfl
From a lot of . fiiteen acres in
lMymo4thrMass,, J,930 bushels
of cranberries have been gather-
ed this fall. - Tho cost of gather
ihg was $1,200. Some of the'erop!
ka been eold for $12 per barroi
terested politician.
She who pinches'and slaps tk
tho'nl.JM
Gexuixe Fools, lie vrhb
wipes his nose on a nutmeg
grater, and picks his teeth with
a mzor. v " ' ': 'j: '
She who says "no" to , a pro
posal of a gentleman when she
has reacheiUhe age of thirty.:
He who gets 60 drunk at
night that he puts his clothes to
bed, and hangs himself on the
back of his chair. '. ,., .
She who rubs her cheeks with
brickbats in order to give them
color. ' ' ; ' "'
lie who puts on his hat and
takes his cane, and starts out in
pursuit of an honest and disin-
' u""u
I
.
i .
A. Yankee left his down-cast yillago
to visit Washington. On his.raturn
1,6 stoni8l'ed his neighbors by telling
. . -
them how very late people dined there,
08 !,t homo twclvo or ono o'clock was
tlie reSular hour. - ; ,. ,
"What time," he was asked, "do
store-keepers dine at Washington?"
"Not till two, sometimes three.
"My how Intel" "was the remark.
I And the well-to-do folks?" "
I i.m. it . A u j: r'.. !.
' ' UI" 1,11 wufw
"My! how late. And the Members
f f' ,
'. W 'i 1 gU?
don't dino til
six.
"And the Senators?" ' '
"Oh, not till eight or nine." ' : '
"My! how late! And tho President
what time does he dine?" 1 I
"Oli, be don't dino until the next
day!" ; '
A feminine pedestrian 5s creating
much sensation in Clarion county, Pa.
She made two and a half miles in sev
enteen minutes, for a wager, the other'
day, and now challenges the fastest'
woman in the country for a race of
one to five miles, for $20 a side. ! -
JOSH BILLINGS says :
It is easy cnuiT tiigit religion,',
but tu hold it iz what bothers a
feller. A good gripe iz better
.'than rubiz yea, i than much'
fine cotton clothes. : 1 ; ; . ; ::'l
I enjoy a good lafT, one, that
rushes out ov a man's ,60ul
like' the brcakin up ov a Sun-
day School ; but alaff that comes
tu the surface as ' the hiekups'
cumj or backs out bv a man like !
the struggles ov a chicken cho-,,
ken with, a chunkr ov half wet
1 . , 1 V i i
uoe, 1 uueriy lameiu. ,
There, ain't no poetry in pov-.
erty, but any number ov bldn1 '
verse. . , . . , ; ,
I am called a. "broad humor
1 .
1st," and I am glad ov it;
there .
iz plenty bv narrow humorista r
in the country without me., ? j ;;
. Enny man who kin kompel a
woman tu make a shirt for r 2 Q
cents, ought to be filled full ov,
fish-hooks and tu be u-ed for
baittu ketch other sharks with, jj
,; SilenceUpneov.thp neatiy6"rt
virtues. v.., .,-.r ...
j't'.'t
iThe credit that is got by a lio f
only lasts till tho truth -corneal:
c-f - .!--:r .
' Snm roB Sals.-A 4; E: D. "Woit '
of ilcArtbor,' havo ' a lot of very fin V 3 u
Spknish-Ewes'' and Bucks for wio; o M
Thoso wisaing tor purcbaso tho Jboeto .
sheep should go and ae tUou. l'T$m?rt
tiy, tiaw t& puwi

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