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THE VfNTOW ; RECORD.
JowTr. rApeiv .
. editor and Proprietor.
ElrioS- I. W, Comer of italn and
gaa 8U.(0opoBite Oottrt House.
4.
$ jTa'teab. in advance.
llOMElt C JONES.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
KA1R STREkT. '
McARTHUR, OHIO.
Ortofc-Oae door west of Den Will A Bros.
JCDTVIN N. BARNIIILL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
I'.,.. AND
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Office McArthur, Ohio,
Will aMead promptly to all business eotrosted
to hi Mm. uovll
U Q. CLAYFOOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
(PROSECCTII.O ATTORNEY,)
McARTHUR, O.
Will practice i t Vinton and adjoining roun
trs. Boenesa entrusted to Inn euro iiompt
ly attended to. Oflloe in Court House.
JaeWISTllT
, AMERICAN HOUSE.
OPPOSITE B. R. DEPOT.
II A M D E N OHIO.
C, , CARTWRIGHT, Proprietor.
, Livery ' Stalks Attached.
STEALS READY FOR ALL TRAINS.
The Houm has in" t been refurnished
throughout. Kooms rlenn and comfortable,
the Tame .nppll.d with th lst the market
alts tils, aa,d no pains spared to accomodate
gu-u. mart 18ti ly
HULBERT HOUSE.
Xaia Stnct, Opposite Court House
McArthur, Ohio,
JAMES WOBKMAN, Proprietor
IRATE Utttw pttMion oftlie above hotel,
renovated and partly rcfiirnirtved It, nnd
ill be glad lo serve the bid nunlonirra ofihe
house, and eapecislly mjr old friend of the
Heck ins Valley who rosy be visiting this
point Thetiilile will he tarnished with the
Mt the market affords, and rare taken to
rnake guests oomlordihlo. Good stahljftg at.
tVhed to the house) Charges reasonable.
Umar 17.1
WILLIAM POLAND,
WHOLESALE OUOCElt,
Lienor and Oommission Merchants
MO. 20 WATKR STRKKT,
CftlLLICOTLlE. OHIO.
Ale in Barrel.. Half Barrels nnd Bottles.
MtUli
Davil Smart. Samuel W. Kilvert, Jr.
fEetabllerud 1852 1
& KILVERT,
SUCCEHSORSTO PV1P8MART1
Wholesale Grocers
i t i : i '. .
1ID COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
.o.
Prompt Attention given to tlie
Transfer of PIO IKON mid
other Property from nnd to
Ituilroadaud Canal.
WaUr Street.betieeen Paint and Walnut
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
mar II lai! l
JOHN M: GGBHNER,
DEALER IN
Italian and Vermont Marble
A Nil
SCOTCH GHAXITEMOXUlIrS
ALL KINDS OF
GRAVE-YARD WORK
j Neatly and promptly eiecuted.
Malberry 8t'bet'ii Second 4 Watei
' Chllljlcothe, Ohio.
i.. r t
t evpenn tend all my own work In person,
t eeeeute all the liner designs, use the beat
Material, and eaa int be undersold. Person,
vnehieia: any work In my line are invited to
gamine work, stock and pnoes, before mak
laaeaaatreets. 1 personally apnei Intend the careful setting
p-ef -alMesi ana monument, bought at mj
cUhlianmeBI.
Rf bUTia at this shop you will sate from IS
to ts per eent, paid to am nts. S4apr73
JDJEINTITRY.
tlO'OSLT TOE A BET Of TEETH.
Extracted Without Pain
, ' , ,. , and with
PZJItFECT SAFETY
by the use of ".
LAUGHING GAS.
' Can always be fcwid at my ofBoe J
, vr. . T. (HXsOKSS, Jackson, Ohio.
iiaiVNt
ROBERT CLAEK & 00.,'.
artrsuiai ITioubuu Aao Bmn
Bk.Bllerg,r!,8UUoner8. Printers,
. , ' Bluders,
' ""';::-.,;.-iaa.
BLANK BOOK XAN TACTUBEES
V i 'Dwalcit lt - ' ''' ';.
La.MEDKUL, THBflLOOICBt, StHsOOL,
and MMOKLAHaWOl B00U
tS WUt Fourth Strut, CXncfnnaH.
krOaUaUM runuhei graAoitooaly on
uplioaMea nd ny book .eat by mail, post.
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VOL. 24 -NO. 45.
MC ARTHUR OHIO, JANUARY 22, 1874.
U$tA
WHOLE NO. 1,241
Epy Goods
-AT-
WHOLESALE.
IsVI
Paint and Second Street,
GUILLICOTHfy O.,
"tltOULD rfpnlmll invite tha atteritiod
11 of buyers tb his stock of ,
DRY GOODS,
Offered at wholesale prices as low as any
in any other market.
Bute on Sale mil linea of
Brown A Bleached Muslins,
Cailcoes,Cuecks, St.ipes,
Ginghams, Canton Flan
nels and Jeans.
W00LEH QOODgTor ALL KIKD3.
White and Gray Blankets.
HOSERY and" NOTIONS.
Sis Ihcillti. fbr business are unequalled,
ei.sbling him to otter inducements to the
trade equal to any oiher house. IDsep
J. ROUZER,
Msnufacturer of
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES
AND
EXPRESS WAGONS
Of latest, most fashionable and elcgmt styles,
Second St., Near Mulberry,
CHILLICOTHE, 0.
I muke it a point to do all my work of the
beat material, and aland senond to none in
quality of finish or ilurhilii. I employ ni
inl'eriur wmkrneh, there are no apptentii'e
hoys about my establishment, and I can not
loll to please any person who wants the best
turnout made in the country. I refer with
pride to my customers throughout Houti.i rn
Uluo as to the charsfier of woik coining
from my factory) ami (Unfahtee all my cus
tomers perfect stUisNulioo.
All kinds of Turnouts finished and
ready for sale, or made to Order.
Call and examine my Stock
Repairing, Repainting, Etc.
Will receive prntnpt attention.
1 have constantly a slock of -SECOND
HAND
Carriages, Buggies and Expresses,
l(l with me for sole, repaired and almost m
good as new, some of them
VERY CHEAP INDEED.
lOjUl 1873
FAiX AND WINTER
CLOTHI1TG
FRANK IIELLMAIV,
At his tie place of business,
GOBY'S BLOCK. OPPOSITE UHION
HOUSE.
CHILLICOTHE, O.
HAS THE
Choicest Rtock
--or.
Fall and Winter Clothing
EVER br.uuhl to this market ernbrsting
all the latest and most fashionable styles,
rui in accordance with the latest lashions.
When you want a nobby suit don't fttil to call
on Frank. Be also CUTS and
Makes Garments to Obde.
nd has A full line of
Cents' Underwear
HATS AND CAPS, &C,
All elothlfitt marked ddwh to the IVOttf
EAT riGlJHEM. Give me A ftill and I will
warrant satisfaction ' . ..L,".'
Daw ' FRANK BELLMAN.
McAIiTHUR
CARRIAGEFACTORY.
North -east rorner of Main and Jackson streets
: McARTHUB.OHIO
GEO. W. BEUNTON, Proprietor
Manafactures
Carriages, jtuygiei. Etprettes, etc
also, inn iu or wao woai
done to order on, tbort notice.
Painting and Trimming .
ot all kinds executed in the neatest and most
trtistiu-style.
RKPAl KINO ol all kinds in toy line will be
promptly and aeatl. done. , -
tf. Work done aithm esiablishmcnt is war.
anted to be substantial, put up solid and exe
ou'edin the most workii'anlike manner, not
o oe ueellad in nay re poet bv say ther ee
lautshmeniin theootnUT. .
JOHNBIECEL,
' ronaerly ot Haroden.t "
AMNOONOSS to bie friend in Vinton and
adJooiBiewiiallea that he has bought the
Hotel Formerly Xept by Ohas. Smith
; Three doors ?eV IJlaison, os) ,
FRONT ST.
A has refltted it thronsbo'ot, sod Is prepared
to enlsrHialhUHltM rHM- IMfoU
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8 MAIDEN IY1NE, !V.Y.
IMPORTER
AND DEALER IN
Foreign and American
WATCHES,
JEWELRY
Watch Materials,
Watch Makers'
ToolSjjEtc.
Old Watch Cases aad oldCald had Mirer
neesjht.
OtlDERS SOLICITED.
41aprl87S
S. F. CRAMER,
. HAMDEN.O.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
llnl hcnk, hilles,
lirldles, Halters,
Hlilpsj, rpiirs. Trace
Chains, Barnes, and all
Other Articles of Saddlery.
Mv trienila and the minim iienera:ir are invit
ed to call and examine my slock and pn
cea. I mnke tnnii honest WHrk, Use the
beet stock, and sell at the very lowest prices.
REP A.IRING
and manoflictunn done to older, and all
Work Warranted as Bepretented.
C. J. BIlLINOHURST,
PHOTO GR AF&dfw,
nd denier la all kinds of
PICTURES,
A L & tj M S s
P1 IRj jL IMI IE3 S ,
PICTURE-CORD,
') . ' '
COPYING
carefitHv dnm, and the smallest pictures
enlarged to any sise, and
FiniO hod i n O i l,
WATER COLORS,
INDIA INK,
or any other style that may be desired, at tha
LOWEST RATES.
. Large and Snely Salahed Fhotearrapha
eaa ass aiade frasa eld aae faded, ar
scratched aictarea.
Picturel of all kinds framed to
.Order,
and all work Warranted to jrive satlsfcction.
Imay 1H7
The Beet and Cheapest
.WRITING INSTRUMENT
JOHN HOLLAND'S
COLDPENS
Circulars 8tit Fit.
G0LB.PENS REPAIRED.
HANUFAOTOBT No. 11 WEriT 4Uit.
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O I'NiO JLEeN SjtiEL
Tmj in
Political Reminisences.
Ia the c6arid of art article
by Judo Yaplej published in
the Cincinnati Commercial re
ferring to Got. Alteu's first
race for Governor, tbe follow'
ingj Which hs i iotial applica
tion, is giren:
"In that metidorabll cdntest,
Allen Was declared elected by
due votet Five hundred men
aro yet living who itlaim tbe
honor of having by lucky acci
dent cast that votei Among
these is
Abraham wilbuM,
Now some eighty. Bsven years
oid. Lie wad Thurman's first
client, and, as the writer knows
has patronized manf a young
briefless lawyer ainee; for he
lias ueverbeeil without at least
one case in some Court. The
leading case as to possession
taking a verbal coplraqt for
lands out of the Statute ot
Frauds,- is the case ot Wil
bur vs. Fame, las the first
volume of the Ohu Reports.
Subsequent volume! will show
that he has several imes since
been ia the Court in Bank.
Alien, he says, when his all
depended opon tbe fisulc, won
his case agaiobt Faiue before
the jury, and he voted lor him
lor Congress when be was
elected by that one votet Wil
bur has long been rich, walk
ed over thirty miles ia one day
after he was eiglitylthree years
old. lie is a character, and
tough as a pine knot. Lie don't
know a letter, and came from
Massachusetts. He had a broth
er who was a scholar and tbe
author of an English grammar.
It is said that when Abraham
was a lad he was sent with the
other children to an infant
school kept by a "schoolmana."
She showed him the let'-er A,
and told him its name. , Llow
do you know its AT (aid he.
'Why," said'she "when 1 was li
very little girl I went to school
to a good, kind, white haired
old man, and he told rue it was
A." . "How dj-J he know!" ask
ed Abraham. 'Oh," said she,
"they taught it to bim when
he was a little boy like you."
"How did they knowl" again
the lad propounded. Though
he did not formulate the prop
osltion, he evidently felt that
it was taking lor granted the
very matter to be proved, and
he has .ever since remained
firm in this logical conviction
Now, when the good ,Deacon
Smilb, in a lecture before the
Y. Mi C. A., smashed Darwin
ismj by asking triumphantly,
"If man tprung from tbe mOh
key, Where did the monkey
come from!" his arguraeut was
deemed a poser. Not so Wil
bur's by tbe school mlsst ''Sakes
alive," skid she, "what a st upid,
stuborn child!" As all Massa
chusetts could not beat into
him that A .was A, Wilbur mi
grated for freedom from the A,
B, 0 persecution of that med
dlesome people to Jackson
county, Ohio. Lie should be
at the inauguration. The only
difficulty will be found in In
ducing him to fitiake a Change
of tin ho, flannel; as he has al
ways' deemed such changes
prejudicial to health' and Ion-
k-eVUjj and never takes off his
shirt until it is worn out. Many
Is tbe gibe he has bad to bear
on account Of that peculiarity.
A question once arose Hi to
where a. man was entitled to
vote wbelber Where be board
ed or had bis , washing done.
Judge Richmond, Of McArthur,
held tbe former, for, said be,
uwbat would you dd with bur
friend Wilbur there, who don't
have any washing done at allf
Tbe decision was not appealed
from. ' With all bis eccentric!
ties, may be "live long asd
prosper," give all their first
cases to many poor and aopif
log ai'orneys, and witness tbe
lna00fation of . runny, future
Democratic Cfovernors of Ohio
i M i. Wiikaj f laeiejhtytasj jean alrf
-toltwnfe ....
[For the Record.
Why is It?
Who can tell me why it is
that teamen are expected to
conform to a high standard of
.behavior, while the ''lords of
creation" are indulged in one,
much lower, Without fear of
being avoided or even Cen
sured for the departure? .
I cob fees, I have never been
able to understand why tnen
should be tolerated in drink
ing, swearing, figbtihfci smok.
ingand chewing spitting tbe
juice bf the filthy weed here,
there and anywhere, having no
restraint as to the time or place
of tLese self indulgences while
women may not participate
without exciting censure, aver
sioo and disgust.
Why, I ask again, are men
so allowedly self-indulgetit In
the various urcouth and dis
gusting attitudes iti which
they place their bodies and
limbs, having no excuse ex
cept that they receive tempora
ry ease therefrom; its a com
fortable position, arid therforej
must be borne with no matter
how offensive it may appear to
others!
Woman must however pre
serve an attitude of prbpriety
(if not of postive grace) from
which, if she allows herself to
depart, she is liable to lose her
title of lady, nnd be branded
as a low creature.
Or, why, when called to un
dergd pain is man permitted
and (as the rule is so univer
sal) I may, with greater prb
priety ask why is be expected
to give vent to his feelings by
groaning and bellowing, very
much in the style of an animal
destitute of reason, While wo
man similarly suffering, must
bear all with patience, and in
silence, lest she tresspass On
the rules of decorum!
1 press the question, why is
it that men (as a class), may.
as a right granted unto them,
and boldly tdd, exhibit all
these coarser qualities of their
nature without iear of censure
In the few bints 1 have of
fered, you can not fail td see
the different standards by
which the behavior Of the two
sexes is regarded, and if any
good reason can be assigned,
why the tine should alw'ays be
a lady and the other, scarcely
ever a gentleman, I trust it
"QUIZ."
A General Railroad Law Looked
For.
[Correspondent of the New York Times.
The Chairman and several
members of the liduse com
mlltee on Railroads and Canals
will be occupied during the re
cess in the consideration of the
very large number of bills
which have already been re
ferred to the committee. It is
hoped that the wbrk will be so
far advanced that a general
Railroad law may be reported
to the House on the first ea!l
of the committee after the hol
idays. The question of 'the
right of the General tiovern.
ment to Charter railroads
through States, under the con
stitutional provision for the
regulation ot Inter-State com
merce, has been considered by
the committee, which wilt re
port that such right exists, and
will recommend the granting
of such charters. The com
mittee will not, however, re
port favorably upon the bill
lor 4 law granting a special
charter for a road from Chi
cago to the sea-hoard This
bill fixes too high' a rate- for
freight, ia the 1 judgement 61
tbe committee.
Now are the blessed little
ofles. beginning to quarrel with
each other over their presents
because one Is better than an
other, and to smash op their
small hobby horses and tin
trumpets, and to '.make ruin
trenerally of the production, of
Banta Claus'i workshop.
TAXES.
By request we re-publish the
table ol cobnty assessments of
tsxes for all the bounties in the
State, and again call special
attention to the tact that there
are but five bounties in the
State that pay as large a coun
ty tat as Vinton, add four of
those are cduhties engaged in a
vast system of drainage to re
deem swamp lands, so thatthey
are getting improvements ol
valhe lor the taxes they pay.
There is food for reflection for
everr tax-payer in the county
in this table, and especially for
those persons who are deceived
in the name;ttf Democracy into
voting for the candidates oi the
tax-eaters ling. Below we
give tbe table. xaiUirie i
and show it to your neighbor :
AVERAGE RATE OF TAXATION OF
THE VARIOUS COUNTIES.
Counties.
Adam, Du ....161
Aslilttnd, D 13.23
Athens 13.99
Allen. D 20.22
Ash tabula 14.29
AnglaliejD ; J7.49
Brown. D. 18.35
Belmont, D 14.43
piitler, D 1312
Carroll.. 0.75
Clarke ..11.80
Clinton ; . 15.62
Coshocton, D 10.84
Cuyahoga 11.22
Champaign.;...;.;...;;..; 11.03
Clermont. D 16.20
Cblurhblanai 14.56
Cra rrird,. p . 13.15
Defiance, D 21.64
Darke, D 1407
Delaware 12 11
frie , 1?B4
ayette 11.32
Fulton 1315
Fairfield. D 14 06
Franklin, D 18,23
Gwinga a. .1322
Guernsey,...;.,; 12.57
Gallia 13.52
Greene.., 14.64
Hancock, D...; 12ilf$
Harrison 4...; 12.09
hjhliind' ; .11.80
ftofmes, D 14 34
Hamilton, D 1833
Hardin. D....; 17.91
Henry, D ., J5,,
Hocking. D ; 15.41
Huron, t) 1418
Jackson... 22.10
Jefferson ; 12.87
Knox, D 11.90
Lawrence; 11 87
Logan ; 17.61
Lucas... 20.11
LM 116?
, 11 OY
....10.16
;,..1337
.1421
Licking, D..
Lorain .....
Mahoning .
Medina ...; 12.39
Mercer, D 2054
Monroe. D 16.98
Morgarl..........; 13.78
Muskingum, D. ; .... . .12.88
Marljoon ;.; 14.35
Marion, D ;.;..,;..;.. .14.05
Meigs ; 14 48
Miami .:; 13.49
Montgomery, D.. 13.33
Morrow ll 8i
Noble. D , 13 96
Ottawa. D 23.28
I ,1 IT. u , , ,
Pike. D
Preble
Paulding
Pickaway. D
Portage, 'D ;.. .;
Piitnaai.D,.....
Richland, D
Ty rh
1593
..16 58
..12 92
..28 67
. 13 03
..11.72
. .10.89
.12 71
Ross. D 17.01
SandnSky, D a.... 14 95
Scioto" 18.11
Seneca. D 13 43
Shelby. D 15.73
Stark. D ; ...1363
Summit ; 14.07
Trumbull ...;.;.. ..11 28
Tuscarawas, D , 12.44
Union ; .15 49
Van Wert,D ;.; 18.57
Vinton. D 21 ?7
Warren 12 91
Washington ;. 14.91
Wavne. D.. 12.71
Williams 17.59
Wood 18 91
Wyandot, D ;.... 13.89
COMPARISON.
1 irrLt.a
Ahirojlmate iterate for State .14.9
Arinrotlmafa ateraare of eonntlea
Democratic at lsststite eleottonlB O
Approximate average of counties. Re
pablican at last State election. 14.9
Cafroll Conntv. (Renabllcanl cts
least rate. tIb .. 9.75
Paulding County rjtepublleaa) pt
greatest rata 1084 3
. . Mf.
Counties Tjerriocratlc last election .43
Codntlei iBepubllcan.lant election. .45
Alt establishment to arJord
milk baths is the latest enter
prise in New 'York. These
baths are largely patronized
by the ladles,- With (he view to
irhproving their complexion--'
The price per single bath is f 5
which ought to retUfn a band
some - revenue to enterprising
proprietor, particularly, as the
same milk ' Will answer lor a
number ot baths without de
stroying its baiter making
qualities in the end.
A .COTBttOKABT (tttfrtle8 us
With tbe awful altematiTe,
bread or blood. In view of the
fstet that tronton epetids more
money for intoxication liquors
than it does for . bread . and
meat, we would tag rest more
pertinent alternative, bread or
whisky. Ironton Regulen
... -'
: i TiRQiKrtrs was a Honfatf, and
the Virfinmet kiMievet.
ADVEKTISDtO TEltBIS. '
Otoearjusre, - :j,
Each additional . asertioii ; ; . tH
Cards, per yea" id lit
Local ndticitt perlln ( 1H
Yearly advartisemenU f lOp Oi
column, add at proportionate ratpei
lesMpabe. Payable th advance.
OT The Record beltiar the offlclai
paper of the town; and haying the1
largest clrculatibh bf any paperlri tkl
county, ofrert iupferioi Inducemettl1
to advertisers. ,: ;
COMPARISON. Fact for the Mud Bound.
Farms in Periry and Fairfield" '
counties I vinsr alontr tha iinA of"
the MaysVille pike, a toll fosdV
sell for twenty and thirty dol-'
lars ber acre iuore than farina
equally good, but distant five)!
uu at uwies irom me pise;
"Mant a young lady who oky
jects to being kissed under the) i
mistletoe has no objection td i
ie kissed ohderthe tose." . A o
areless compositor made ait j
error in the above, rendering !
it, "has no objection to be kiss r
ed under the nose.'' ,
Mant farmers of Ray couri- ,
ty, MissburL hate" already ,
packed considerable quantities ;
of pork, refusing to sell at ;
three cents ber bound and un
der. Those that can afford td
pack will tab doubt realize .,
handsome profit upon theU j
meat next spring;
"Marokr, what did ybtidd''
With that tallow that Mr, Jones !
greased his boots with this
-
evening!" "'Please, ma'am, I
baked the griddle cakes with '
it." You did; i thought yo'ii '
had wasted it." 1 " 1
"Jcuus, can you tell me low o
Adam got oUt of fedent" "Well, t .
I s'poSe he clum de feflce.'"
"No, dat ain't it." "Well, den,
he borrowed a wheelbarrow'
and walked but.1' "No." "i!
gubs it tip, deh." 'lie god
snaked out.7
A Fbkncu lady, hearihg thai t
a tunfael cost five thousands i
francs a yard, importuned her"'
husband to buy her a dress cf -
that material.
Ask a St. Louis man kbout
Chicago; and he will admit '
there is such a place in Illinois '
but will add, "It is ail mort'1
gaged to Boston. ' !i ,
1 SMS ij Tt ,K1i
A iiissma man with a itomarr
hose is advertised; but the Na-"
tiondl Baptist thinks he will
heVer be fodiid, as "sUbh a hodrj 1
will ne ?er turn up." . .
7hen they told Jim.tixfdrdj
of Virginia, that he was dying',
he replied, hWail; don't forget !
to put them shingles oil the .
mule pen arore it rains again;''.
Tub Ohio Granges will holl '
a meelihg at Xenia, February
17th. It will be the biggest'
gathering of simon pureyed-1
manry ever held in the Statrji '
A lady reporter; sent td a
agricultural fair, wrote bf A lbt
of young pigs: They look tfioM
sweet to live a minute.' ' l
.. ' sO. j ...
Sinci the new-fangled .bfagk .
les came in vogufl, it is extra-'"
ordinary how . door plate8('lnV
the rural districts have 'disiu
pearetf." ' ; ffr'
A Ast editor in ;Ohio readV
all his exQhaoges in beaV iHa1
finds it the' easiest Way,ito Ali i
op hjs sheet e i
An inttana iSdy' held a '"
glar by the whiskers en til .Keif
husband eame horned Hargiff!r
shonld share 6fteh.u u " 4
to Oil .City .bloods .nlabY
their mohey and Buy: ;a good
suit, and take turcs in Wealing: '
It.- . . . . j r l
An afciofbplisbad bar-keeper11
in New Orleans ftixes drinks?
in six different iang'uaetevV
. ; tea.. 7. iit:; "IY
Thk sain engine at tSySMtt,
Mass , grinds i sausigcf csUidi
prints the tillage peperj v'v.ib
, U2t.CM.-Now, howdid! t?leiw
mothef of Mcses hide hlmra-Niece--With
tick.' (:i V'S
. isji ' i ..1t
A JPASio cpnundron1.-r-t'o.r7
ttany mills roskes ;a .dyilaj?'!
files were taken as iti ibt duW !
s iMua vvuuua ui
liohing a. thafrlag' notice , if .
an iowa paper, recently; waiCD
leads id the' inference kit thai.
Wedding wtw i well jk.'li

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