THE VINTON RECORD.
JOHN T. ICAl'EK,
Editor und Proprietor.
' " OFFICE-.. W. Corner of Main and
Logan Sts., Ooposite Oourt House.
$2 A YEA It, IN ADVANCE.
Smart. Samuel W. Kllv.rt, Jr.
MIAUT & KILVEKT,
BUCCESaoKSTO rWUi BMART T
A.SD COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
tnu '.wauasiuii at.
Prompt Attention given to the
TruiittlVr of IMG llCON himI
other Property from and to
Also Agents for the Columbus and
" Portsmouth Packets,
Water Street.between l'alnt and Walnut
TWr II lm.lt v
A? I II I I i i tvasT at V ft
Liquor and Commission Itsrokants
NO. 20 WATKK STHKKT.
CIIlU.lCoTllK. - ---- - OHIO.
A If In Hiirrela. llxll lliirrd. und Huttlea.
' 1)1112-11 T
j (CI3AE FACTORY N0.1, 12th DIST.
I WARS,! (HiiARN!
' SHAEFFES & KRAMER
Faint St.. Four Doors South of Water,
Have oiiw on bin I a iirgr :o-k of ilrjr Ci
!j-ir. -rl .-hnii- hnui.l 1 .11 kiie,
)l-nr iliivaim. I X. I.., N". A.Hiik Hrainl, Ma-t'lMH.-tu..
hm'I the Biii-at liriiiil 11I flicwinjt
n I ui 1 iu- t"huc'n knnwii ' r"iml'"ul 'h
1' 1 Ih.I -1,1.1.. 'Vhnhoiile I'rh 1 retimed on
II iin if 01 r.ilnm'ii and Cijiar - mi'lilUyl.
JOHN M. GCEHNEH,
Italian and Vermont fuarblo
ALT. KINDS OK
rifiitlj mnl inni tl( exn tiled.
Mulberry Ct.,bet'n Ceroid L Wsto
a Lining im:rki;s
INVl 1'K-t 111 e attention of hiieeeir o
lllia pl.utt tmi ni'iiiiij- to hi. et-a-it ul WhI'
ALL NEW STYLES,
Spring Trade of 1871
A Inrit aaawilnirnt Jn-t teeelvc.l. Cell nt"
X ,111111V Uliell J ul HM in ll llll-.Hi'H.
Until Und Wi.tilmo t!nli!e. .'
tie A'li'w. ul out; it ij'ih i I. . n, i
V tiitut a Muvrltiii i."rn u.iii
Hchiml l.oukh. Mfiit'j. e. j. lUMij
Whseler & Wilson
Whh nMiileil the hl'jlifft p"i nui'in m Hie
. WORLD'S FAIR, LONDON IN 1882
An'l HI tlie
jsxrosino.v vsivsrkllf.. MB.visiT
-tiLnlarl in hHi -iimi" l n In M i
till 'nr we Hilro.liii-it to III." coi'i ,) .n
"Kew Improved Wheeler & Wiltoi.
v hirh nt i, iin .r ' I. "i i .hitii.iii"
h I ir n Mr .ili' ! o t If M , I, t tt ,1
.-..I l Ihf O ll ! HllH-l HI "ll' I.I . Iimm
jil Hip l-l lur -mill M'tti. . n'ki H.
I i-n -HI li ..u l r ink- ll (ll" .1 ell. I', .in. ..
Iw h .'iI.. ty M.riiiiiiii-ni'. . I. . : ..'iifli
ir:li'ii. 4 H iili ll ii j r ul i,l.
Hili- "I ll 'ilM'l riUH'll fr-l.. I ...i.lll"
p'lrfui ii'i'l i to iri -Ii'u il
Than any "Ihei- Machine iit the World
"luy no oilier until joudj
lli4 ev liiipi'.tel
VI lieeloi' & t it.i.Ki.
The Scwiug Machi'te VV'orld
dlil nwchini" ri-nil ntc. nml ,int in p'rfrr
winlrr t uiAing cot l)' culling i.n riiliero
mtK IT Mi
i II VI.i vvu iiMiuvtl iii tin- ttiilr inl
Jlr tice uf i t n.-ir lur nlti-ru iir-Hni
m iu hI imi liliniit! in Jiit itM ii lilt ix iwtrp,
I li.vnu uvu.la.l liau (il ul i II. m
Modern Improvements in DenUl
I won), I rpwliiilly )' tuili ciliiiMi nl Mn
Arthur nuii rh mil. Hihi I m lull) i -.u r. .t
,l luaultmlule Hll tilt a'iini Ithm-Ii.' the
l. .. - 1. ... I . I . . u . . U . . . U
I m g l a. tlx iH"t- lr"ii-coiiiinx fr'iui i
' .4irt..ncr i-lmu In ri niinii tiiitif ili.-ir mirK ih
I , ilon will l riuoitiintu Hi in) crmite rwi
f Mtrn In.
f EJHER SPHAY and ELECTRICITY
iti-tr) in I'Xtni. tintf ! nil. ifn, ern t ilini x
Um li'in rluii.iir.,lielr ihii.I A It iimlf Ml
Icliilunt lvrn uu liun.l In Knit in on Imlie.
Ui incNll. tt. 1. IIUtiOEii-, l"jiil,
lijimly Jmikwm.U .
J.iiksuii ITlrtrhlc Works,
B. P. SMITH & CO.
1 Slain Street, Jackson C. 11., O.
Tne eiliiun' nf Uct.nn und mljnininitenun
4',ere reaceutliilljr rviiimdcil that we nr. ex
anting . MONUMENTS, GRAVE-STONES,
Picture Frames. Statues,
Aid .11 kind. t omnmpntal work, from the
bel ijunliljr ot
AM ERICA f AND ITALIAN MARBLE.
XTHEHIGI1ES1 STYLE OFAItl
low.r pric thnn ran be purrb.wd in
jft Challenge vompttmon. and request
. Examination of our Work and
. . Price. niylS
VOL. 23 -NO.' 46."
MO ARTHUR, OHIO JANUARY 30, 1873.
WHOLE NO. 1,101
CEORCE W. HOLLAND,
ATTORNEY AT LXVt
OFF1CB. run.' Hviidik. vt Srttaa.
WILL attend promptly to all Limine n en
lrtild lna in re. rpeeiiil alleiilinn fix.
enl.M-rile linn., and amount eolleit r
mitred without rtl. e;ili.7l
O. T. CUNNINC,
OSFICB At DRI O 8T0UB, ttAlX STREET,
EDWIN NB AltN II ILlT"
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Will alien, I iruintl) to nil bittine nti-iita
Ml Ina tar, noirll
C7 S. CLAYFOOLE,
ATTORNEY AT I. AW,
W l nrm-iii 1 1 ' inlon mm iidinlnmj! ronn
He. Hum, eeiilintil to hiM-are ,iiilnil
Iv Hllrmlpil 10. UhVr ill Court lluur.
A'l TOKNEY AT LAW,
nrrirt.: One ilnnr writ of Dun Will A I'.rn.
,hii ,Vi J
OPHitHTK R. II. I'EI'OT.
II A 91 1) EN , OHIO.
u. fox, r noriMETo n
Livery Mallei Attached.
MKAI.8 ItFADV FOR ALL TBAINS.
Th IIihih lui i-t lirfn rftiinih"
ihmiiKliii I. "t.iini i.nn ihhI ronifurtHi I.
ihil,t npiliil with I In- l-l ir nmrkei
r)rl. ml n p.iii 'r"l t n i-ninoiluli
Miml. mart li'H Ir
ISAAC aillXElt, rr.p'r,
WILKESVILLE. - - OHIO.
I'lll.H lit UN F. It nw n-l nU nirnihwl
tiirniiuh'iiit. Kverv t t-M I i.n w ltii('
n lur the ' ' li f",l nl 'jiiiri. unit II' t Lit
II Iniii. Itftl Willi t'i 'i" If.' mni kt (
Inpi. Mv fripiwl. .ml Id iiMi geiHTull)
r inviiril I" give mew cull
July I. IfW'i
Dr. J. L. DUNLAP,
U'P t:K onih i.l-ntwt,nil lrecl, fuui
ilimr Irmii Wlnnl "'rn. I,
Merch nt Tailor,
ll nt rw.ived lii
FAM. AN P N ER STOCK
Of Ih-- hilt tt H)!w nf
Jl ihs, Cassim-ses and Vesting
Whiuh I nill.a.ll Very l.w for I'uh
CI'spiM twirk 'Inn hi I lie innut fiiflnoriM
il, ,i.l illli-.ill. lunllilf '.
'lliiiiikl'iil i"r tht l.lif.T'l iinliKniiBeMteiii'fil
io in liHH'iiiiine. I ii'"'il 1'iimiiiuiini'f oi
li k.iiiib. Ile.iir n r hi- liirf
Scceuil Street. Srrnml llor from I.wn.
Formerly nt llunn!en.
NN'ul'Nf'I'S hi hi frinrt in Vlnlnn w
Aii'ji nintif.iiintii I hut hlnirHiiiiilit lh.
Hjtol Formerly Kept by Chas. Smith
Three door went cf MiiuVon, on
Ilehit rrfitlfl it lliroimliniil. .nil l prpHril
ni eiilerliiin the limrlnijl tublir t re"nl
S V. LORD
MAM'FACTURtR AND PKALER IN
Yellow Poplar Shingle.
l,AK(iK lm k na hand, well enf nfdnd
iirJerni nt low inn'M.
FA tJTOH Y -fear nf John LorSt
Retidence, Mc.trihtir, O
Vmi nre iniild :o mil d exuvine qu.lily
.ml ino.' m.r'4
Nortti-emil rorner of M nin und .iMK.on lreel
GEO. W. IJIiUKTON, Troprletoi
Carriage, Jivuuie. Lxjrette, ek
UO, VHOOI. 1MB ALL Kl.lt. Of W...S WOU
dona to order on .hort notice.
Painting and Trimming
ol :i kind, eieouled id the aeateat and mol
rti t,u i Ik.
Ktl' tliilNH of all kind, in my lint will b
pro i ptly Hint nentl. done.
gWurk duii.mthi e. ablitlirncnt I. war
luuu tl to l .iilvlanliHl, put up uhd and cie
cu'ediu th mo.i worku auliV. manner, not
to ..xuellediD.n ra.pccl bj lay other..
Ubliahmenti. tht eoiDUT.
Important to thooo
Who need Furni
The extensive Furniture
"Ware Rooms of "W E.
BUSERhas just been well
filled with an entire new
stock of elegant styles and
of the newest patterns.
Call and see the Cottage
Bedstead with very fine
bracket rail that he is sell
ing at $5.50. Also the
quarter Marble Bureau
with fine fruit carved han
dles at $20.00. In fact all
other goods are sold lower
than the lowest.
22 rAINT STREET,
Bet. Second and Water,
BOOTS AND SHOES
J. W. WILSON,
;l,aKnnn but lhhti mnlenal, and em
i piny none l.nt tht. Il xo kinn.
l-.i Viiil litrnl nu p:iiil to the iimnu arlure of
FINE DRESS BOOTS,
mini tn nrh r nf lh lrt Frem h ttovk.
wurk wiUT iitiU.
I'crfect Fit Guaraitfed.
Ilm lly J. W, WILSON.
Are offered to Agents for procuring
Clubs for the OtNOlNNATI
la a thirty aix e ijumn paper, and .'ontin
thirty-tnur i'uluiui.nf ri adinji maltir. Ilia
News, Literature, Politic, Agriculture,
. Ccmmcrce. aiUjiU aihu .. i.ttu,
of interest to the People.
A. an airiiuliirnl pnrer th Wii.t fl
liTTii'Hiinol I iiipaied, 1 li",l-nil" of
Hi inrr an, I linirki i pi oonl rjltlleil ti.
hi ili' nni"l during the pl year.
The Gazette is the Leading
of the West,
tnd hii" th lnrj, l rin nlnlinn nf t; ) Krpub
.i.uli ii er weal t th. iii'MI'itnIll.
AftEXTS WAXTi:n CVERTWlir.nE
'ni fnr Premium i lt, etc , to f S. OA
ZKT I'Kll'i.. Cin -liiiinll.il. Jtm lllw
SPRING AND SUMMER
At hi. nr pliic. of bualneia,
THE OLD IIEC1IT STAND,
(ippo.lie Court IIoue)
Spring and Summer Clothing
I.VER br-iiiiht In th'a market, rmhraeing
.ill the Intt-at nml inuat lahimable atyle.
.-ir in nou.ir Inure wilh the !ait la-hion.
Mhn ynii want a uohliy uit dou't (all to ell
m Krxiik. lie ald CU 1 and
Makes Uakmknts to Ordei
and ha. a full line of
II ATS AND CAPS, At.
II ctithina marked down to the LOW
KST ritlVliEIS. Gi me frill nd I will
HiaiT FRANK HELI.MAN.
NEATLY & PROMPTLY
i nin urr ikjiu
A pnsy on liln brrtit slii lld.
Splendid ami dark witbTyrinlrM
T.kelti 'tis like yinir tender ey.
Deep as the niiduighl hegten,". abe
said. - ;j
The rich roe mantling: en hr ehf,
Befoie him like the Umwh she stood.
l'Huaiiijr arxin llle's lieizht.subtliutd.
Yet tiloiiiphlng.botli proud aud mttik.
And white as winter atarw, liiteiiMii
With oreHdlaxt tire, hi brilliant fAce
Ben) towunl herwlth an etr ajntee,
Pa.e with a raptutbal('suspeue. j
You rive me then a .Nought 0
weetr- - r
He ci ieUand kissed the purple tvr-
er, . ' ' f
And bowed by love's reslstleli jaw-
Trembllnjfhessnk before bar rV i
' 9. I
She crowned Ills beautiful litwtd ! ad
tvldi one fiwi uf her white i Ul,
"Kixe uK ru.v flower of ail the I id.
For all iuy thoughts are jours," Alio
Seribner's for February.
Seribner's for February. TO A KISS.
Humid seal of soft affections, -''-.i
'J'enderest pledge iTluture bllsif
Dearent tie or jouiigcoiiiiectlon .
Love's llrat. snowurop--Tlrgii ilss.
Speaklatf silence, dumb conrloi '
l'lie.Lnn'u birth, und lutunt's ph ) '
D ive-llke fuiiduess. cliaateconm Syn,
O low lug dawn of brighter tJy.
Sorrowing Joy. atllfu fust action
W hen lingering Hps no ator bust
join; - a
Whnr wtirilaeanerer speak anVdon
So , hrllllng and sincere a tlilnr4
Lures. The Best Thing at the Smallest
anything ol apparent
ly great value is offurcd t a
l w prne, it i.. genenlfjr in
some way a Iruud. Yet, the
best of all earthly things jl to
be IihiI lor the smallest cost.. 1 1
a mun agrees lo pay one hun
ilred dollars and pays but nine
ty nine, his creditor deems and
styles him a man ol poor char
acter. It a contractor agrees
lo lurnish a thousand loucJaol
earth lor a whurl and lurnishes
but nine hundred and ninety
five, his pur.-e may gain but bis
reputation loses, li a work
man agrees to do a job for
certain sum of money, and only
does nine tenths of the work lie
promises he is 'looked on as a
laborer of doubtful value. The
failure tn fulfil agreement may
rtMiifttM unitific7 vered lor.iia:
but ii h sure lo come to light,
and though the delinquent, way
not be aware ol the fact, hit
good name suffers accordingly.
He is likely to learn Uu lacl,
too, in a way und at the time
most inconvenient lo himself.
Il tliis course of action goes on,
he steadily goes. down to gen
eral contempt, and as a rule, to
poverty aud distress.
But if the debtor pays the
full hundred dollart at the time
agreed (lor delay itf payment
iucreases the debt by con tin u
ing the use of the money;) il
the contractor furnishej the
earth to the last shovelful; if
the workman finishes up Ui
job tn the last nail; he is look
ed upon as a trusty, valuable
man as one higly desirable to
deal wiih. Business comes lo
him without his being obliged
to seek it; in lime his capacity
is in demand, and he has more
work than he can do. The val
ue of his working hours rise,
and with any reasonable de
gree of economy he gathers
properly without avarice or
Mark at how small a cost
this result is achieved; how
cheaply the best of thii gs
earlhly character is ob
tained. It is not the ninety
nine dollars of the debtor, the
ninety-five cartloads of the coi
tractor, the njne-tenths job ol
the workman that turn the
scale in his lavor. It is the
last dollar, the final five loads,
the completing one-tenth, that
establish Ins reputation. The
difference between good and
bad faith is so small, yet so
great so seemingly trifling,
yet sc really weighty that
every person should constant
ly bear it in mind.
Ibk value l the 'manufac
tured products ol New Damp
filii re ten years ago wa. $37,-
000,000. Now it is $71,00,0,000.
. Dr. Bowirj, Dentist, HcAr
Incidents of the Great
Storm in Minnesota.
No one knows exactly how
msny people have died from
the borrieane ol snow, nor bow
many hoad nf cattle are Inst,
nor how much Injury the rail
roads hate received. Ennoub
is known, however, to warrant
the conclusion that the loss of
life ana properly is great, the
Ggures range from 250 to 733
The wife of a railroad agent
went oat shortly after the stor.n
had commenced lo bring in
clothes from the line. The
wind blew a gale and the snow
fell in blinding clouds. A gar
ment was blown out of her
hands and she ran to pick it
up. Before she was aware ol
it she was some distance from
the house, and upon turning
to go back she lost her way and
vainly wandered about trying
to gel home. AH this time she
was growing very numb and
cold. At last nhe ran against u
house, which proved to be u
new one in which a few car
penters were at work. Feel
ing her way around U her
hands at last came to a door
way against which a door had
been placed. Summoning her
remaining strength she gave a
hard push and fell senseless In
to I )ie building. The men
promptly came to her rebel,
and alter a vigorous rubbing
succeeded in bringing her to
One of the saddest among
the many distressing cases re
ported is that ot a sleighing
party ol six young couples,
with their driver, who were all
found Irozen to death, buried
almost out ol sight in (he snow.
A man and wife were frozen
'o death near Medaha. The
liU'band stopped his carriage
with a view of discovering
where his house was, and al
though but a short distance
rfum it, the mow was so blind
ing that he lost himself and
perished His wife' evidently
dreading his fate, after several
hours' waiting, started to dis
cover his whereabouts and suf-
lered the same fate. One of
the horses was dead, and I he
other frozen stiff, though still
'Among a number of section
men at work on the day of the
storm near Si. James, was one
who lived a number of miles
away. He was unable to reach
home, and his wife became
alarmed for his safety, and he
was uneasy about his family.
Imagine his joy on Thursday
when a shepherd dog belong
ing to him came bounding into
St. James with a little leather
bag attached to his collar, in
which was a letter from his
wife containing the joyful in
telligence that they were "all
well at hom," and asking lor
news of her husband. Anoth
er letter was written, inform
ing-the wife that th hurband
was an fe and would return
home as soon as he could reach
there. This letter war placed
in tho leather bag, and the
faithful animal told to "go
homo." Away started the an
imal" through the' storm and
snow drills, and arrived safely
at home with ihe precious news
so anxiously looked lor by the
wailing wife and mother. The
next day the husband reached
home. This same dog was al
so sent wiih a letter to a pick
neighbor, and brought back an
A sad case is reported of a
young couple who were ' on
their way from Canada, the
biiJe's home,totbat of the bri le
groom, near. Fergus 'Falls, in
this State. At Pom me de
Terre the young man's father
met the young pair. They start
ed oet for home and were over
taken by the storm. They lost
their way, and leaving Ike
young bride in the sleigh, lath
I er and son started olt to find
the. road. an bare, not since
been seen! Altera lime th
young woman becimo alarme
nj began to halloo for Iherr
Not hearing any reply she lel
the sleigh to seek them. Alte
wandering about for a time sh
came to some logs, where sh
sheltered hersell as well a
she could, and where she wa
found two days afterward, bad
ly Irozen, but still alive: Ther
Is no hope of her recovery. I
was a wedding journey" ii
More pleasant was the expe
rience of a young couple li v
ing near L?mars, who hat
been to Sioux City to get mar
ned. When returning-homi
they were overtaken by tin
storm and got lost. Thty 1c
the team 4,0, lumed the sleigh't
box over aud got under it foi
protection, ani came out safi
and sound at tho end of lw
dbys. This couple, as Josl
Billings would say, will ge
Near Lincoln wis a school
house, with Miss Kate Meize
as teacher, and as Tuesday morn
ing was very pleasant. Mr.
Andrew Sanson, who lives
near the school homo, w awny
from home during the day, bu'
hurried tack to compel tie chil
dren to remain in the s hool
houso until the storm sub idcl.
as he could manage to provMt
for them in some way. He took
ill the little children into hit
house, it being too small to ac
commodate all, and the large
children stayed in the rchool
house until the storm was over.
F'om Mr. Joel B. Kennedy,
of St. Peter; interesting partic
ulars are obtained concerning
the late storm. Mr. Kennedy
was drivinc at a point a few
miles distant from Like Chrys
tal The storm csme with ?ud
violcnco as to nearly blind him.
but Gliding that he must inevit.
ably perish . if he continued t
etrnggla ag'iinst it, he lurnei
his horses and undertook to re
trae his steps it being impos
cible to distinguish oljcts three
yards distant. After flour.dcr
ing in trie snow fur a lime he
suddenly came opon a well, and
reasoning f.om this that a house
must be near by, he finaly sue
ceeded in fi. tiling it and rescuing
himself from the immediate per
il of death in the drifts. Hi wan
saved, but his face looks as if it
had been toasted and blistered
in the fire.
One of the saddest chapters
of that polar visitation, is the
reported death Irom freezing
of seven little school children
near Fort Iiidgley, which oc
curred while they were endeav
oring to return homeward in
the furious storm. Without
strength lo successfully resist
the overwhelming sweep ol the
wind or the blinding snow
which met them Irom every
point, their struggles could
have been only of brief, sad du
ration. Rumors are also current that
twenty-four men have been
found frozen dead in the vicin
ity of Sleepy Eye Lake, on the
Winona and St. Peter road, and
nine in the vicinity of Maaelia.
To Cure Corns.
The Journal of Applied
Chemsitry says: "Soak the fee'
well in warm water, then with
a sharp instrument ptre off as
much uf the corn as can be
done without pain, and bind
up the part with a piece of lin
en or muslin, thoroughly sat
urated wiih sperm oil, or, wha
is better, the oil which float
upon the surface of herring nt
mackerel. Alter three or lout
days' the dressing may be re
moved by scraping, when the
new skin will befomd of t
solt and healthy texture, an.l
less liable In the formation ol
a new corn than btfnre.
A. Stewart's new resi
, . .... .
uence cost a million sou a
AOVKIIT. SING TKUMP.
ne square, . ... ....... $1 OfJ
-atli additional Inurt!on ... tf
arda, perre.11. 1 O I II
oral notices, per line. 1ft
Yearly advertlnemfiits $10i) 0(1
oluum, and at proportionate 1 kte pes'
t'M a pn re. Payable In advance. j
t3T The Record being tlie rffrlal
ajier of the tow n, and having e
trgi-af clrr tilutlcn of any n ri '.n tt
unryi oners ni)erloriiJiici niCta
A Stupendous Force.
The Zinesville Courier man
is been figuring, and here is
vhit he comes lo: "By (he ac
epted methods of emulation
here are twenty-three lbous-
nd millions of available coal
nOhio." Terentr-three Ihous
nd million ton, I Who cm
om,rehend the stupendous
rce locktd up in such a
nonntain of coal! Four tons
tlcoal in a steam enino wiir
valve us much mechanical'
.jower as an ordinary man can'
xert in working eight-hoar
1 day for twenly yeai; or cne
on of coal lias iu it the power
il fi teen hundred men lor une
lay. Get out your slaiea;
T-ventv tLree thousand million,
multiplied by fifteen bund ed
and how much have you? EtP
naling the able bodied men of
he whole globe at two hun
Ired and thirty millions, the
ibrce stored up in Ohio coal is'
qua! in producing artificial la.
or power to the manual labor
f tho whole world for three
A Fox Tail.
A quaint Scotch minister
was given somewhat to xi.
'.'ermfo.1 in the pulpit. His
clerk reminded bin of its ef
fect upinlhe congregation.
Me replied that ho was not
wiira of it, and ihed the
clerk the next time lie did It
to give a cough ly way c.-fa
bint. Soon after lie was de!
rrihing Sampson's lying the
'oxa' (ails together. He said:
'The foxes in thoss days
were mnch longer than ours,
md ihey hid tills twenty fut
M.hen! cam from the
clerk'i disk. lTlnt i,B con1
tinned the preacher "according?
to their measurement, but by
onrsthev were fifteen fut long
'AhemT' loaler than before.
"But a voft mav think tht
l extratncanl, we will just say
they were ten full" "Ahem!
ahem'J" still more vigorous
The parson leaned oter the
pulpit, nnd slicking his finger
at the clerk, said: "You may
cough 'here all n'ght long.
mon, Til nne take off 4 lut
more. Would ye lae the ibxe
wid nae teels at ar"
Language Of Animals.
M. IIouzeau nnintaina that
not only dors each group ot an
imals possess language which is
understood by otlrer members ot
the same grnnp, but that they
can learn to understand the lan
guage of other groups. His dog,
for instance, perfectly under
ftud his poultry. Cocks and
hens have one danger signal for
the approach of birds of prey,
another for that of a terrestrial
animal or for a man. When the
latter was sounded the dogs
would rush out and bark, while
to the former they paid no atten
tion whatever He therefore
coocludes that fowls have the
power of expressing slightly dif
ferent but clofely allied ideas,
and dogs can learn to understand
How last lime flies when
y u are working against it
bow slowly when you are
working to fill it up! What a
difference between trying to
get your work 3one befora
your dinner hour, and tryinz
to fill up the hour before din
ner with work!
A Milwaukee lady had sev
ral hundred dollar's worth f
point lace clipped off her
clothing by an adroit thief
while she was at church (sing
ing, "Strip me of the robes of
pridt; clotho me m humiliiy."
Trio fdllinlina nf t Jul li nnl i a -
turn v.iiiuiivq . ' ji v. . 1
hive purchased forty acres .of
laud, 011 which they intend! o
erect a college. Ten acres lias
becu set .apart for a Cera -
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