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THE VINTON RECORD.
JOHN T. IIAPEK.
Editor aud Proprietor.
OiriGE-U. W. Corner of Main and
Logan ats., Ooposite Court House,
3 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
Daril Smart. ' Samuel W. Kilrert, Jr.
Eatabllahed 1862.1
MIART-afc KILVCRT
SUCCESSORS TO PAV1D SMART
.Wholesale Grocers
AND OQMMISSIOH MERCHANTS.
Prompt Attention given to the
Transfer of PIG IKON and
tlter Property from and to
itiUlroauanu canal.
Also Agents for the Golumbui ' and
rortsmoutu Faokets.
Water StrcetMtueen Faint and Wat nut
CHILUICOTHE, OHIO.
marllliiiiUly
WILLIAM POLAND,
WHOLESALE GKOCEIt,
liquor and Commission Merchants
NO. 20 WATER STRKKT,
CIIILLICQTHE. - OHIO.
Ala In Uarreli. Half Uarreli nnd Bottlea.
noftstv
CIQAE FA0T0EY N0.1, 12th DIST.
CIGARS! CKiAUSI
' SHAEFTEE & KRAMER
Faint St.. Four Doors South of Water,
GHILLI00THE, OHIO,
'TTar now en hand 11 large aiock of dry Ci
Jl gara. fierenil choiee hranda La Uoe,
Clour Hnrana, I. X. I.., No. A. Mil Brand, Ma
lappa, u., mill the fliieat branda of chewing
andamojing lohaccn known ''roughnui the
United Slatea. Wholaaala 1'rli i reduced on
all Uimle afTobaci-o and Cigar mchlUyl.
JOHN M. GCEHNER,
DEALER IN
.Italian and Vermont Marble.
ALL KINDS OF
GRAVE-YARD WORK
Neatly and promptly executed.
.Mulberry St.,bot'n Second &Watei
Cliillicothe. Oiiio.
WALL PAPER.
OUOKUE PERKINS
TNVITBS til e attention of hoiieKeeper o
J.liiia place and vicinity to lua ulucK ol Wall
Vaper.
ALL NEW STYLES,
con THK
Spring Trado of 1871-
A large aauilment jnt received. Cull nnd
ejniinino when you ara in Chillicothe.
Lintn ami Pitpcr Window Hhades. Iivt
tic Hhadet, at cost; a good Ansort-
vient of Mincr.Uaneimt and
School Lonka. Staiimitry, Fancy
J)-ticks, dc.
Wheeler & Wilson
Wna awarded the higlie.U premium at Hie
WORLD'S FAIR, LONDON IN 1862
And at the
EXI'0ST10S VX1VERSELLE, PARIS A'ISlfl.
'.! utii.iilurd muchine i-onipi'ling. In May oi
tlna year ue introduced to lhi county the
Mew Improved Wheeler & Wilson
winch nut onl) Miri'flM-ea 'ill oilier machine
tint It a i:i l- ahead ol the old heeler A Vd
to a aa thi olil wax ahead uf other iinieliino
II in tlii' te-t liir linn ly eewinj.'. nuiki-a tin
I ock tili h and niuka high,! un a. roiiiil 1.1
the elaMii-ity pi'i'iiinnenrp. heautywid genei'd
de-tiruhleiicaa ol il aiilchinis, and Ihe widi
jaiiK" ofil applii-niion. ea l'ater, re,iinc.
e power ami h inure duruMe-
Than any other Machine in the World
3uy no oilier until jonlrj
Hi 5 c Improved
Wheeler & WIInoii.
The Sewiug Machine World
is challenged
Old machine read uated and put in perfec
order at a lulling coal ly calling on eitheroi
theaxenta.
For aula J
RICH AMU CRAW, 1 ,,h MeArthur O
aug 17 U71
DENTISTRY
HI
T 1 V 1 I ! 1 n ,a al.i.lv a n.1
1 . miiK.ii in Did'. "
nr ..-tuiM ail' I tunti.i it r A hapfi itiM nn.l
ji lutral urnutitionor in y.tikxin lor aix yen in,
nu Having nvaueu myavit oi nil ine
Jlodexn Improvements in Denthl
Soience
1 would re-pectluify i-ny tothe citnena ol Me
Arthur and vicinity thai i am fully prepared
to manipulate all the tnriuua braueliea ol the
vuienue. Price, aa lowa-ihe lowe-t Work
at good aa the he.t. Heraon coining from a
dintance wixhinn to remain until their work ia
dona will i entertiined at my private resi
dence free.
ETHER SPRAY and ELECTRICITY
Uaed in extracting leeih, rendering llieir ex
traction comparatively pan. leva. A ft male at
tondant lwy. on hand to wait upon Iniiiea.
tiiva me aca!l. , b. T. IlUGbES., lieoiiH,
lain n I r Jackaon.O .
Jackson Marble Works,
B. P. SMITH & CO.
Main Street, Jackson C. H., O.
Tneeitiiena of Jaekaon and adjoining conn-tie-are
respectfully reminded thai we are ex
ecuting MONUMENTS, GRAVE-STONES,
Obelisks,
Mantles,
Bureau Tops,
Table Tops.
PAKLOll II EA ltTHS IVAi Ks,
Picture Frames. Statues,
And all kindi of ornamental work, from the
beat quality of
AMERICAN AND ITALIAN MARBLE3,
JNTHEHIOnESl S7YLE OFABl
At lower price than can ba purchased in
Southern Ohio.
We Challenge ixmptiuxon, and rtquett
an Examination of our Work and
Fricet. myl8
A H UXX ftJ Va
WW
VOL. 23 -NO. 49.
MO ARTHUR, OHIO, FEBRUARY 20, 1873.
' i
WnOLE NO. 1,103
CEORCE W.HOLLAND,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Mc ARTHUR, O.
OFFICE. DiTia' Huitwua vr Etais.
WILL attend promptly to all l.usineaaen
tni'led lohiarare. eprpial attention
en In code, linn, and atnounla collected re
initted without delay. tepltJl
O. T. CUNNINC,
LAWYER,
M'ABTHUR, O.
ONFICK AT DnrO BTOKI, MAIM STREET.
Jiang 1871
EDWIN N. BAKNIIILL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND
NOTARY PUBLIC,
OUlco McArthur. OUlo.
Will attend promptly to all biinnefiantrn-ted
to ma era. uoni
CJ S. CLAYPOOLB,
ATTOUIMEY AT LAW,
(PnObEt.UTirO ATTOBNET,)
Mc ARTHUR, O.
Will practice 1 1 "inlon and adiolmng ronn
lies. Hun. e-eniriifeil to lua care piompt
ly attended to. Otlk-e ill Court Hou.e.
ImiMISTKIy
llOMKK C. JONES,
Ai rORNEY AT LAW,
MAIN STREfcT.
McAUTIlUR, OHIO.
Orncr. One door weal of Dan Will A Broa.
(toie.
,nnr13yt
AMERICAN HOUSE.
OPPOrtTK R. R. DEPOT.
IIASIDUN, OIIIO.
R. FOX, PROPRIETOR.
Livery fitablet Attached.
MKAI.8 READY FOR ALL TRAINS.
throughout, linomo clenn vn rnnirortlle.
ntlorli, uci do pains njinred to coinoilule
PEYTOIM COX,
AUCTION EER.
W IIIj attend to nil buaineaa entruiled to
II hiaeare.
P. 0. ADDIJESK:
Ml EE IV 8 JIIEL8.
Vint oh County, O.
:ioH187m
Dr. J. L. DUNLAP,
DENTIST,
OKFiCK aotilh i-id-orHecond alreet, foui
iluni- lintn Wiilnut lre. t,
CUILLICOTIIE. OIIIO.
Jun.n
HEIsltY M ULE,
iVlerchnt Tailor,
Ha jual received hia
FALL AND NTEU MOCK
Of the latett rtyles of
Cloths, Cassimfses and Vesting.
Which I will aell Very Ixiw for Caah.
C CUSTOM work Hon. In the moat fafhiona
Lie anl duriiMe nuinner.
Thanlrul Tor th liberal patronage extended
lo ma heretofore, I aolicit a continuance ol
i ha anm. Remember i he place
Second Street. Second Door from tan
.inv'a Corner.
dec9
IT. SIAUI.E.
JOHN BIECEL,
Formerly ot llamden.l
ANNirNCh8tnhi friend, in Vinton ami
adjo.ninscoiintie that he haa houjtht the
Hotel Tormerly Kept by Chas. Smith
Three doora west cf Mndieon,on
FRONT ST.
POUTSMOUTH, 0.
Me haa refitted it thronithour, and la prepared
lo entertain the liavelmg public at reaennnl le
ratea. ' "
S. V. LORD
Mo ARTHU R. O.
MANUFACTURER ANT) TEALER IN
Yellow Poplar Sliingle&.
ALARfiE atock on hand, well aenar nednd
offered at low price.
FA CTOR T fear of John LorS
Residence, Mc Arthur, O
Von nre invitd :o call and examine quality
and price. niar'4
McARTHUH
North-east corner of Main and Jaekaon atreett
McARTHUR, OHIO
GEO. W. BEUKTON,. Proprletoi
Manufacture
Carriages, huyuiet. Exiretses, tU
kuto, vaaoaa axd all xiku or waom wo
done to order on short notice.
.Painting and Trimming
otail Kida executed 4nMie neateet and most
artietiu atvle.
EKPA 1 KING ol nil kind ia mj lmo wiU U
promptly and neatl. done.
Work done atthia esiabllahmcnt is war-
I anted to be anbaiantial. oat up aol'd and exe
cu'edin the moat workii-aoliKe manner, not
to oo excelled in any respect by any other .
tmbnaBmeDiio meooiatrr.
Important to those
Wholneed Furni
ture. The extensive Furniture
Ware Rooms of TV. 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. Ako the
quarter. Marble Bureau
with fine fruit carved han
dles at $20.00. In fact all
other goods aro Bold lower
than the lowest.
22 rAINT STREET,
Bet. Second and Water,
CUILLICOTIIE, 0.
BUY YOUU
BOOTS AND SHOES
J. W. WILSON,
llniudcn, Ohio.
II'K none but the hot material, and em
ploy none hut thf. bel wmkmen.
special anient on paid to the mnnufarlure of
FINE DRESS BOOTS,
made In or ler nf the be.t French Hock. All
wurk wumulrd.
Perfect
17ocUy
Fit
Gunrante d.
J. W, WILSON.
p wjr v 1
BM PREMIUMS!
Are offered to Agents for proouring
Clubs for the CINCINNATI
WEEKLY GAZETTE
In thirty nx ojlumn paper, and .ontnin
thirty-lour column, of reading matter. Jl is
devoted to
News, Literature, Politics, Agriculture,
Commerce, and all other sbj tt t
of Interest lo the People.
A an agncntiiral paper the Wrr.Ki.r O
i'ttk can not le aurpiiirted. 'I hotimnd ol
lariiter and houaekeepera coiilribuled ti.
lua depniimevt during Hie paat year.
The Gazette is the Leading
Republican Newspaper
of the West,
tnd ha the Inrurat circulation nfany Hepuh-
lii aii paper went i t the iimu'itiiinK.
AGENTS WANTKD KVKHV W1IKHE
'nd for Premium i.lst, eto . to CIN. OA-
Z i-.'l" I'KCH.. Cinelllliall, II. V4iletlll
SPRING AND S UMMER
CLOTHING
FRANK I1CLLMAIV,
At hia ne place of hualness.
THE OLD I1ECI1T STAND.
(Opposite Court tlouKe)
CUILLICOTIIE, O.
HAS THE
Choicest Stock
OK-
Spring and Summer Clothing
EVEIt branitht to thla market, embracing,
nil the hiteat and moat liiMhionahla at) lea,
em in ncc jrliiiice with I ha !atet ln-hiom.
When you want a nol.hy uit duu't fail lo call
on Frank, lie nlao CUT." and
Makes Garments to Oiidei
and has a full line of
Cents' Underwear
HATS AND CAPS, &.V.
All clothing marked down to the LOW.
EST FIUI'KEH. Give me a oil and I will
warrant aatialauliun
,.. r FRANK II El, I. MAN.
JOBWOM
EXECUTED
NEATLY & PROMPTLY
THIS OFFICE
A RACY SKETCH.
I have never been able to
ascertain the origin of, the
quarrel between the Crictleys
and the Drakes.
They had lived within about
a mile oi each other in Illinois
lor five years, and from' the
first of their, acquaintance
there had been a mutua) feel
ing of dislike between (ie two
families. Then some hilsapr
derstanding about the Vtfnd
ary of tlitir respective jWroa
revealed the latent fl.mU, iiid
Col. Orickley having fpilowed
a (at buck all one afternoon,
and wounded him, cameJp lo
him and found' Drake a hill hi
sons tutting him up.' Tiiii in
cident addtd fuel lo t
and from that
lime tliera was
nolluns the
two lainihes did
not say to annoy each oilier.1
Ono evening Mr. Draljk, the
elder, wao relurnins home with
tils "pockets lull of rocks!7 I io in
Chicago, whiiher ho haefbren
to dispose of a loud of igraiu.
Sum. BrtiSton was wiih him in
I lie wugon, and as they ap
proached the trove uhich in
tervened between them inn
Mr. Drake's liouse, he observed
lo hia companion : '
'Wliii i. a beautilul mark Col.
Crickley's old roan i;i over
yonder l" j
"Hang ill" muttered i old
Drake, so il J3." j
The Itorso was standing un
der some trees, about twelve
rods roni the road.
Involuntarily Drake etopped
bis team. He glanced furtively
around, then Willi a queer
smile, the old hunter took up
his rifle from the bottom of his
wuL'on, and raising it to his
shoulder, drew sight on the
Colonel's horse. " '
'Beautiful r'multered Drake,
lowering hirjlle, with th air
of a man resisting a powerful
temptation ! could drop old
roan so easy '
"Shoot," suggested Sam, who
loved Inn in any shape.
"No, no, 'twouldn't do," said
the old hunter, glancing cau
lioiislv around him again.
'I won't tell," said Sam.
Will, I won't shoot (iiis
nine, anyhow, tell or no tell.
rim horse is too nigh. If he
was liny rods on nisieau oi
twelve, so there'd be a bare
possibility ol mistaking him
lor u deer, I'd let fly. As H is,
I'd give five dollars for a shot."
At this moment (he Colonel
himsvli stepped from behind a
big oak, !)ot hall a dozen paces
distant, and bttore Mr. Drake.
Well, why don't you 6hool'''
The old ir.an slaminered in
some coniiision: -mai you,
Colonel? 11 was - lempted
lo, 1 declarel And, as I said,
I'll give you a 4,V" for one
pull."
"Say an "X" and il't a bar
lin." Drake lei t ior IiN rifl, and
looked ut old roan.
How much is the horse
won h V he murmured in Sam's
ear.
'About fi.ly."
"Gad, Colonel, I'll do it.
Uere's your "X."
The Colonel pocketed the
money. "Hanged if I thought
you'd take me upl"
With high glee the old Iuin
ler put a fresh cap on his gun,
and stood up in his wagon, and
drew a close sight on lh old
roan. Sam Braston chuckled
The Colonel put his hand be
fore his face and chuckled (oo.
Crack 1" went the rifle. The
hunter tore out a horrid oath'
which I will not repeat Sam
was astonished. The Colonel
laughed. Old roan never so
much as stirred.
Drake 6tared at bis rifle with
a face as black as Othello's.
What's the matter with you,
hevf Fus time you ever
served me quite such a trick, I
swanl"
And Drake reloaded the
piece with great wrath and in
dignation. People said you'd lost your
knack of Ehooting," observe!
the Colonel, in a cutting tone
of satire.
'Who said sol it's a He!"
thundered Drake. "I can just
shoot "
"A horse at ten rods! ha! bar
Drake was livid.
' "Look here, Colonel, I can'l
stand thatl" he began.
. "Never mind, the horse can,"
sneered the Colonel. "I'll risk
you.'?
.'. Grinding his leeth, Drake
produced another ten dollar
bill. .; -
uUerer he growled, "I am
bound to havfj another shot,
unyway."
"Crack away," cried the Col
onel, pocketing the note.
. i Drake did crack away witl
deadly aim, loo, but l he horse
did nat mind the bullet in the
least. To the rafe and unut
terable astonishment of the
hunter, old Roan looked him
right in the face as if he rath
er liked the fun.
"Drake," cried Sam, "You'e
drunk! A horse at a dozen
rods oh, my cyee!'
"JuU f hut your mouth, or
I'll shoot you," thundered the
excited Drake.
"The bullet was hollow, 1 11
swear. The man lies that says
I can't bhoot. Last week I cut
off a gooso'a heid at filly rods.
Colonel, you can laugh, but I'll
bet now thirty dollars, I can
bring old roan down at one
shot."
The wager was readily ac
ceptor'. The stakes were placed
in Sain'b hands. Elated with
the idea of winning back his
two tens, and making an "X'
into the bargain, Drake care
fully selected a perfect ball,
and even a buckskin patch,
and loaded hisriflj. A minute
later, Drake was driving
ihruugh the grove, the most
desperate of men. His rifle,
innocent victim of ire, lay
with broken 6 lock on the bot
tom of the wagon. Sam Br.s
ton was too much frightened
to laugh. Meanwhile, the grat
ified Colonel was rolling on I lie
ground convulsed with mirth,
and old Ilian was standing un
disturbed under the trees.
When Drake reached home,
his two sins discovered bis ill
humor, and the mutilated con
dition of his rifle stock and
hastened to arouse his spirits
with a piece ol news, which
I hey were sure would make
him dance tfiili py.
"Clear out," growled the an
gry old man, 'I don't want to
hear any news; get away, or I
shall knock one ol you down."
"Bu, father, It is such
a trick! '
Blast you and your tricksl''
'Played off on the Colonel!"
'On lie Colonel?" cried the
old man, beginning to b1) in
terested. "Gad, if you've play,
ed the Colonel a trick, let's
hear it."
"Well father, Jed and I went
out this afternoon for deer "
"Hang the deer! come to
the trick."
"Couldn't find any deer,
thought we must8hoot some
thing, so Jed banged away at
the Colonel's old Roan shot
him deai'l"
'Shot old Roan!" thundered
the old man. "By the wars,
Jed, did you shoot the Col
onel's boss!"
'I didn't do anything else.3
"Sold, sold!" groaned the old
hunter.
"And then," pursued Jake
confident that the joke part ol
the story pleased his lather,
"Jim and I propped the borse
up and tied his head back with
a cord, and left him standing
under the trees, exactly as if he
was alive. Ha! ha! ha! Fancy
the Colonel going lo catch biml
ho! bo! wasn't it a joke?
Old Drake's head fell upon
his breast. He felt for his
empty pocket, and looked for
his rifle. Then, in a ruef il tone,
he whispered to the boys: "It-s
ajokel But il you ever tell of
it or if yc a do, Sam Braston,
III skin you alive! By the
wars, boys, pve been shooting
at that dead horsa half an hour
at ten dollan a shotp
At that moment Sain fell into
the gutter. Jel dragsed him
out insensible. Sam had laugh,
ed himself almost to death.
A NERvoui resident of Balm
fort avenue loaled up a half
bushel basket with empty cms
and bottles, Saturday night,
and cautiously wemlel his
way to the White street bridge
where lie designed disposing
of the truck. It was midniehr,
an hour he had purposely
waited for in order to be se
cure from observation. On
reaching the bridge he took
out a big can, and nervously
dropping it over the rail.tremb
Singly awaited the rep irt a3 it
struck the ice. ii didn't strike
the ice, however; it struck a
dog that was down there en
joying a lunch, and the ani
mal being taken completely
by surprise, milted a sudden
and astonishingly fiharp yelp
and followed it by a sco.'e ol
other, at the same time
scrambling up the bank toward
the streei. Frightened out ol
Ins wits the miserab'o wretch
on the bridge picked up his
basket and then Ii3 heels, and
started flying for home, nnd at
the same time neighboring
dogs took up the bark, and
joined in the chase, howling
and yelping and snapping nnd
snarling at an awful rate. At
every stride a new dog ap
peared with a new voice, and a
party of men came out of a
saloon nnd joined iii with the
cry of "Slop Thief," and follow
ed after the bareheaded while
laced victim who went tearing
up the avenuo at a frightful
pace; cans and bottles bound
ing on the street, and confus
ing nnd enzing the dogs to a
more and more ex tiled degree
Ho reached home whole in
body-, and burst into the house
like a whirlwind, minus Ins
hat, minus his basket, and mi
nus one tail lo his coat, and his
eyes sticking out like P. T.
Ba mum's stomach. He ex
tinguished all the lights, and
got to bed as speedily as possi
ble, but it was nearly daylight
before the last dog left the
—Danbury News.
Oliver We shell Holmks says
this is the way women prepare
to play on the piano:
"It was a young woman with
as many white ft ninces round
her as the planet Siturn has
rings, that did it. blie gave
the inusicsto il a vhivl or two
and fluffed down on it like a
twirl ol soap-sud in a hand
basin. Then site p it had up
her cuffs as if the were going
to fight lor the champion's belt.
Then she worked her wrists
and hands lo limber 'em, I 6up
pose, and spread out her lin
gers till they looked as though
they would pretty much cover
the key-board, fram the growl
ing end down to the little
squeaky one. Then those two
hands of hers made a jump at
the keys as if thuy were a
couple ol tigers coming down
upon a flock of black and
white 6heep, and lha piano
gave a great howl as if its tail
had been tread on. Dead stop
so still you could hear
your hair growing. Then an
other howl, as if the piano had
got two tails, and you had trod
on both of 'em at once; and
then a grand clatter and scram
ble, and strings of jumpn, op
and down, back and forward,
one hand over the olher, like a
stampede of nts-and mice
more than, like anything I call
music."
I
ADVEUTI81NO TCit.VS.
One Jittorn, jjt j t
Kaclntililitionalliiwrtlon ... f it
Cards, per yeai 1 'J ( n
Local iiotit-ea, per Hue, 1 ;,
Yearly advertisements IHlOt) (.)
column, and at proportionate rate 1 1 1
lpgaapnee. Payable In mlvancc.
tWlho Record beinsf the oflidrl
paper of the town, and having ( e
laryoet circulation ofanr w cr .11 tt
county, offers superior' lnJnccuiei.ru
to advert laera.
They have a coal culling ma
chine in use at UoalbriJgc,
Scotland, which is said to d
the work of thirty men with
less waste and greater satisf i,--lion.
The machine occupies ii
space of six by two and a wxi
feet. The work is done by
sleel cutters fixed loan end
less chain, projected over a
jib, which moves under the
coal, cutting one foat a minute,
or an average of forty-five feet
to the hour, allowing for stop
pagea. The machine requires
but two men to attend it. It
is worked during tho night.
In the day time the coal is r
moved and the lace of the vti:i
prepared for (ho next night..
blasting is required. Th
machine can be used in minus
of any sort. It is called flu
Miller & Anderson machine.
A family named Teter, hail
ing from Vermont, and on their
rcay to Grand Kipids, were
seated in the Detroit and Mi!
wnukee railway station the
othetday, when one of their
boys, a tow-headel lad about
eleven year9 old, slipped out of
ihe room, wandered up tho
street, and finally lost himself.
The mother groaned and wept,
the father turned pale, ant
there wa? some lively cetiin"'
around until the boy was found.
Part of the anxiety urose from
parental love, but there was
another reason. The bov ha!
on boots a size too large, and
nnder his stockings was th
sum of S2J0, which he was
carrying for the family.
A READiNff clergyman ma-Li
use of the following strong
language in the advocacy of
temperance en the occasion oi
a recent speech 111 favor of lo.
fal option.' He said: Givo
us the money that has been
spent in drink, and I will pur
chase every foot of land upon
tho globe; I will clothe everv
man, woman and child in a i
attire -of which kings and
queens would be prouct; I wilt
build a school house on every
lullsido and in every valley
over the whole earth, a colleso
in "every btato, and fill ij with
able frofessorf; I will crown
every hill with a place of wor
ship consecrated to the pro
mulgation of the gospel ( f
peace; and will support in the
pulpit an able teacher of right
eousness."
Wheh your spirit is sad with
in you; when friends seen
false and all about you gloomy;
when hopes once radiant as
Ihe rosy morn flee away as dew
drops before the 6Ubearn,
when your sleep i3 broken by
horrid visions causing you lo
jell out, it is a sign your liver
is torpid, or that yorj have not
paid your printer tho amount
you owe him.
nan
A citizen who wtnt home,
the other evening, and found
his house locked up, after in
Cnite trouble managed to gain
entrance through a back win
dow, and then discovered 0:1
the table, inside the house, 11
note from his wife reading
thusly: "I havegoneput; you
will find live door hey on ona
side of Ihe door slep."
A San Francisco company
has purchased three hundred
thousand acres of good cotcon
land in the Navigator's Islands,
which He North of flew Z a-
land. Tho company has po ---session
of the Pango-Fan'go
harbor, which is the commer
cial and might be ihe military
key of the whole group. Tup
enterprise is important, and
promises to be -profitable.
A timid skater is having a
model skating suit constructed.
The pantaloons are to be pro.
vided with springs and uphol
stered. He does not want to
break the ice,up and spoil
other people's skating.

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