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Editor and Proprietor'.
OTfige N. w. Corner or Main an
Logan Sti.i Ooposite Oonrt Home.
It " : 1
$3 A YEAR.. IN ADVANCE.
ATTORNEY AT LATV,
MAIN BTBEkT,
Mc ARTHUR, OHIO.'
Owe Ona door weal or Dan Will Bra.
Una. "' ,
jidtJO yl '! ',' ,
EDWIN N. BAltNIULL,
RNEY AT- LAW
AND
! ifrbMifir ; PUBLIC,
! 1 pjHtc Arthur, ptito,
(Till attend promptly to mi buunessentrnKtM
.oUtfaW' uotU
S. CLAYPOOLE,
T,TO U lV BIT. AT LA W ,
' ...' . . r .
PROSKCOTItO ATTORNEY,)
.. , Will piVclie I yinlonorfadJliBedo
!lies. Biieweo entrusted to hiHcsre piompt
)y attended to.' Office In Court Hou.e.
JaniWIffTCly
f
..AMERICAN HOUSE, (
, OPPOSITE R. R. DBPOT. V
l A MDEN ;' OHIO.
C; J",. CARTW.J. Proprietor.
Ityry; f. tablet, Attached.-
UBAI.8 BKADY
'It.- .House has
FOR ALL TRAINS,
i lust been refurnished
'ihrnuuhaiit. Kooms clean and comfortable,
tha(itiile aippUed with tlia lat ihe market
'affords, and do paini apared to aroomodala
guests. . , . . -mart MM ly
iJJJJLBERT HOUSE.
"llaia Btreot,' bpposite Court Honse
Mc Arthur, Ohio,
JAMES J"ttT.OEKMAN, Prorrietor
I HAVE taken poFseailon of tlieaboTe hotel,
renovated and pHrtly reliirnlr-hed it. and
wilKladJo-rve the.old austomera of ihe
hrtie(ait'ieelallyniy old frieaileaf Ihe
Jiockinc Valley ho may ha v.iiing iln
point rhatnlile will be .furnished nh Ihe
4ieat the' market aflordu, and eare takfD to
'in "ko giie-da onmlnrtnlile. Good Ktaliliri( at
'tai'lted to the house; Charxk reaaonablo.
13mar IH7J
)WiifjAM POLAND, j
WHOLESALE G1COCEK,
Liquor and Commission Merolants
KO. 20 WATBR 8TRKKT,
A?!lilliWlaDli fciireff aAl &tlW.
nVivT flf ' JJ 1 Tlj Tl'v
iHmU.Ua UXUJJ A i .0 xyl
eyccEssoKafcyvsMART'i
Wholesale '; Grrocers
and ookinssiomEaoHAirTt?.
Prrtiript Atteiilloii grlven to t1
'XrAusl'er of PIO IltONvnd
other, Property from find to
Kuilriwiil And tlaiial.
WaUr StreeLbetwetn Paint and Walnut
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
rani It lm!
3011$. M. GCBHNER;
u,.,'., DEALER IN
lan ana Vermont marDie
m m it
1 1 t : i ;am)
.111 - c .
' 1 J f
j I .1 ; I 4
I)
aSITEIpUl!ETS
:rX U .all: kinds of .;. ., '
GRAVE-YABD WORK
..BeUy ,nd jironipllr teenled.
HuliWjjS;.,l)et,a Seoond &at
mmm o:
I'auif mrtrfnd all -Wir own work" lnDfn
I exeoule all lite fln.r ilwigax, line the bent
material, and fled tot he nndeaold. Peraona
wmjr ny wotH ui my ilioe-am'lolle4 lo
zxmina worK, aoioiiaaa pnoee, in; lore male
1D cnnlraela.
iMfonaHy anpaiintenHth earaftil aeltinx
up or-amnri and monument Bought at mj
tahlitnment. .': - V,
0y hunnit at Ihia ahop you wit) tare from 14
vi v per ueui paia w aic. ava. , . ztajiiwj
-r.ijti
$10 OILY TOE A SET Of TEETH.
TptN;. Extracted . Without ,ain
..V m' aod with ,
PERFECT SAFETY
V l';!by the DM Of
tltlGHlNG 1 -GAS.
Can alwwye befmnd at my office.'
9fi ByiBeuhwa,ta3kioptCkio.
t Bluders, ..; :
BLANK BOOI ilAN 'FACTUBEE
"Mlcr Ik
La, Medical, Thbologicrl, SchoolJ
65 West Fourth Street, Gncinnati.
V-Catalnxuei ftirniahei gratoiloaaly
application and any book aent by mail, poaU
jetua OD.recMpi oipnouanea puce. ,
Itall
m
-:.Y,iirr'u X'
, il BUtioUs J. liiatuse.
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VOL. 2o NO. 3.
MC ARTHUR, . OHIO, APRIL
2, 1874.
TO
WHOLE NO. 1,251
J
'
on
Mr tj Goods
a
. -AT-
WHOLESALE.
Paint and Second Street.
! CIIILLlCOTIIE, i p.
VTJOri.D reaperliullv invite Ihe "attention
l of buyer to hi, atock of
DRY GOODS,
Offered at wholeaale price aa low any
In any other market.
Hare on Sale full lines of
Hrowti & Illenched Bin si Ins,
Callcor.Cbetk, St, I pea,
" Clngbams, Canton Flan
, . nelsaod Jean. .
WOOLEN GOODS OF Alt KINDS.
White and . Gray , Blankets
rV ; lj J 'J 1 ' ' . ' ' i
HOSEEY and NOTIONS.
Hla facilities for'-boameas are- unequalled,
ei.ablinii him lo oflrr induvementa to the
trade equal 10 any older hooe. lHaep.
J. ROUZERJ
Manufacturer of "
BUGGIES, OAERIAGES
AND-
EXPRESS WAGONS
Of latest, most fashionable and elegt.nl styles,
Second St., Near Mulberry,
CHILLICOTHE, 0.
I make it a point to do all my work of the
bet material, and stand rerond lo none in
quality of Union or durability. I employ no
interior woikmen. there are no appienlice
iKiya annul my e'tanliKhment, and I ran not
bill to uleaae any person who wants the best
customers Ihroiiihont Jioilti.ern
l!" charaeier of ajoik coming
frmiy fH1.t(irv ,,, rtu,e, all my cu-
turnout made in me eouiiiry. I reierAt'iin
fomera perlect eatisl mtiou.
All kinds of Turnouts finisted and
, ready for sale, or made to Order.
Call and examine my Stock:
Rppnlilnff, nepalntln? Etc.
Will receive prompt attention.
-1 hare constantly aritock of
SECOND HAND
Carriages, Buggies and Expresses,
Irft with me for aals, repaired and almost as
good as new , tome of them
VERY CHEAP
lUjul 1873 ; "
INDEED.
DIPLOMA.
AWABDEDST THB
American Institute, 7
TO J. W. McKEE,
KHR
Embroidering and Fluting Machines.
"It is Ingeniniia and will meet Ihe wants of
erery matron tn the land.'
Exhibition of 1872.
John E. Gatit, Her. fli-e'y; ' F A. Barnard,
frea. Bamuel 1). Tilmen, Correapondlng
bec'y. '
i . . New York. NonmberM, mi
THia aim pie and ingnioi maohine la as
useful as Ihe aewlng machine, and ufaat be
coming popular with ladiea, in Ihe place ol
eiMOne ntfrile work, ila work beinn much
more handsome. requiring much Ir.a time
and not nelenlh part ti.e expense. No la
riy'a toilet Is complete withouv it A machine
with illustrated circular and InH Inelructione
sent on receipt ol IJ or Bnished in silver plale
for 12 75. -
Address, The IrlcKVi !tfann(aetnrlng- Co.,
3t brnHiiwa) - rk.
" AO ENTH WANTED-
MoAHTRUH
OEIAGEArAQTOBY
North-east corner of Main and Jackson streets
I MoAETliuB.OHIO
GEO. W.1 BUUJitON, ;iroprletoJ
Manufactures
Carriage 1 xruiii
t i f i j i i r
Ifta .4. lilt . . n
Also, wssoss in all Kiaus or waoos woas
f t i :n.p.,e;
done to ordereq abort Bottle; : , j'j 1 1
Painting, and Trlmmlna
ol all ktntrs" eiMUted in the iibli aud most
ar'i slm style. ,
Hbr-fiklNli ol.sll kinds My bns will be
promptly and neatl. done:
, avaWork dpueatthiaesiablisbmcntis war.
auu-d to laisabiitanliaH Dltuo mlid and ku.
au'edin the aio.l wbrkiivoiika manner, noi
o tm naceiieu id fay respwt at any Diner ea
(SblishmeDtinnheoottitrr." '
JOHNIBIECEL,
v rdrtuertjol fiamden.l
AMNOUNCE8to his friends in Vinton and
adjoiotnicoanuea that hat bss bought the
Eotej I'ormeriJ&t fcy' Chae.-Sinith
' Tiree doors west ' ci Madison, on
PdlsKlt)LtTH,2il).
He has refitted K throighont, add Is prtipared
lo entertain lbs Jia'ejiog Labile at rassonaul
ratis. Ian6 .
Cass. Bvi. H,
. 'aeraa'a:el
iO'.
II 4
LEAP "TOBACCO' AEEEOtTSEl
Established 1841. t7(,l asd SaWeat Frontal
Koolof -mpension Bndge, CINCINNATI, O.
Caaa. B.Daa A I o., Proprietors. Daily jtpo
lion and priTateealeapf leaf tohaonss Buai
nesSbtri tJy vnn)mu4od. Liberkr-Ufanees
made on eonsignroeots. , i
,$72.00 EACH WEEK.
Agents wanted eTerywhere.;-nusineaa strict
ly l.iitiriate.' Particular! Ifree. Address
WOKTH. St Louis, Mo JsMittlt
IIUUI.D.OIILIUII
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f . A. TOLLET,
8 IflAIDU L VINC,
IMPORTER
AND DEALER IN
Foreign and American
WATCHES,
JEWELRY
" ." " ; ' T f
Watch Materials,
Watch Makers'
ToolSjEtc.
Old Watch Cases and aid Oeld and SIlTer
bought. '
OHDER8 BOLICITKD,
Iapr1873 '
Ss-rr F. CRAMER,
HAMDEN'O.-
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
llarneKa, Saddles,
Itrldlrn, II a It era,
1 Dipt, purg. Trace
Chains, Hames, and all
Other Articles of Saddlery. . f
My Inenda and the pnnlm genera: It are inf IU
ed to rail and examine my atock and pu
ces. I make good honest work, use the
best stock, and sell at the very lowest prices.
R E.P aTiRI NG
and manufacturing, done to order, and all
Work Warranted as Bepresented,
C. J. BHIINGHTOST,
PHOTO GHAPHER,
and dealer in all kinds of -
PICTURES,
. '.A't B O'WfSy "r
ricxuRE-eoitD,
CO.. R.YIN G
carefully done, and the smallest pictures
enlarged to tojf suje,
I sdo.
Finished i
n Oil,
WATER
COLORS,
: i'l I
IDI A IN K,
or any othierttyU that may be deiinjdj at tba
LOWKST ;1 RATJES.
Lare and nely flnlshed Phatoaraphs
caa he snade fraas aid aad faded, ar
aeratchM pictare. ' ,, ,
Pictures of all -kinds framed to
' . Order,..; fV
and all work arrauted to kits sallsSiction.
Itnay im - -
iTTT
- The Best and Cheapest
I.-.IM
WRITING .INSTRUMENT
JOHN; v HOLLAND'S
(!Hlf
-.GOLD PENS
,(,. 'J i , , aaaawaaas " ' '
1 t1 I
Circulars Sent ' Free.
1.. - .' !,. ill. lit -.a,
GOLD PENS HEP ABED,
MANCFACTORT Ho, 11 WEST th st.
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FROM GERMANY.
FROM GERMANY. Letter From Rev. J. D. Fry.
by permission' we publish
Ihe following jette from Rev.
James) D. Fry toRe?. John
piHon.J7E.,
HALLE, Jan. 24, 1874.
We re now heart of
Geiminy at one of IU old Uni
versity towns, Utile, ' Our trip
here was a safe and pleasant
one.'.'' We arrived in New York
lour days before ou vessel left
for Europe, ariri that time we
improved' in goin' a)oiit the
city. On Sabbath we went, to
hear Rev. T.'Dewit't Valroadge
in the morning. ,I.v criticifcru
on him s that he U not a re
markably profound' man, bat
deeply in eyrneVtij moBt be
accomplishing much' good. Our
trip on the ocean, was very
rough, more' Jhan lordinariIy
rough, so old sailors told .ue.
For grandeur noibing can sur
pass the; ocean in a: storm. :,I
had wanted to see the siht and
did, to i my lull satitfaotion.
Sometimes it Jooked as if i the
sea for miles was bne great
wave rushing down in wild an
ger upon us,' and in 4 moment
would bury us beneath, its. bo
som; but as it approached, our
noble vessel lifted-its buoyant
torm above it, and : only now
and then Would the Up t.f th
wave rush-ever the boat. 1 At
night as I lay in: our 'narrow
bed close up against the side of
the vessel, the stroke of the
waves against it "sodnded like
the discharge of so many. can
nons. One day ' as I stood out
upon the deck looking at' the
angry sea, and all the Test, ex
cept the sailors, on duty; had
left for a safer place, I saw a
huge wave coming something1
larger than any that preceded
it. With both hands'! grasped
the railing penma - me and
watched its approatM. It came
;.) ., .. ... (,
to my feet, but I 'thought it
would" surely recede 1 then.
as none of the others had yet
come so far:-Out on it-came,
dashed in my face, and when it
started to return to the ocean I
found that 'it. bad me' in it's
grasp.' It carried me with it,
till I reached the friendly
guards of the ship that were
just high enough to receive me.
If the waves had been a foot or
two higher I would found i
burial in the Atlantic, and ra
venous sea monsters would
have contended ove my poof,
helpless, frame, lor the sea was
so rough and .the ship running
so fast, that 'no . effort - woufd
have been made for my rescue.
On the sea most . of the passen
gers were quite, seasick. v iju
had ber lull sharer but I d4-U
ram iheafT 'Ofo AloiTdlj'"
morning;, of. the sooond . week,
ihe WfuEi ;.oe "jjafftre
us in the distance.. Aljjhe.aick
passengers
ered and
see U,ejMeHffteow,
!iS,ted,:Ed,rAhiYf3an4r the
went to London
-All these
citie
erfplB
t. W
cttofar
sav
cou!diendrWjfe8 atvlnifnth
in tbeBrfirolV ltf useuirf ih'd fief
er lose bis interest. Among
9then.th)qgsVVe VmM
interest to me were the large
specimens brought from Nine.
van such as you see represent
. - ' i . - : . . '
ations in McUhntock's .and
I . I -.!:
Strong's Encyclopedia. There
are large nonvbees of mqienina
in Lond$na)l of tbeyery bjgb
est' order. tnethrng ii-lkV
ticeable to an American both
idh Islands that .,tbe United
StateB is aliapsL entirely ig-.
nored" I all thelargeigurlan
I only saw the-reresenUtion
of Washington, 'and' Lincoln,
and ..this trip were of.yery, jiy
ierior execution."1,, W, e scarcely
recognized them. On Sabbath
I heard rjpuraonjll'db not
think be Is a mm of such eaitra
thnnrrrtt I V, a I anm& .f t.!. i--.-
.vu. vi uio atgu-
ments were quite weak: As an
instance he stated that Christ
not only suffered In oor stead,
but in some mysterious way he
became sin 'tor us, became a
sinner, for he was under the dis
pleasuni of the Father.' But he
is deeply in earnest and holds
by far the largest congregation
that I ever saw assembled in a
church, and they appear to be
deeply devout. : The same day,
in 1 the evening, I heard Dr.
Jobeon oftheWesleyan Society.
It was A special occasion but
the' sermon was dry and unin
teresting ' If that sermon is &
specimen bf English Method
. i 11
ism it is no wonder that the
church is not making much
progress now.' We spent about
one week in London, and left
for Rotterdam, intending to re
turn there on our way home
and spend some time in this
city of: cities.. As soon as we
struck, the Rhine we realized
that-we were: .in: 'a 'foreign
(and. Here, everything looks
strange to an American eye.
Thejships and skiffs are strange,
the i people, look strange, and
strange windmills are every
where striking; their broad
wings against, ;the sky. n Rot
terdam has an equal number of
streets and canals. , Wood here
must be in' great demand.) One
can not be long iathiSnoily un
til the ears are greeted with the
clatter of wooden shoes upon
the; rough stonei' of their
streets; fonwhen a man' comes
on the continent he bids fare
well to, pirements. Since I
have been here L have scarcely
seen. pne broad enough. for two
persons to walk upon it side by
sideMnd ,ruany . of; them are
rougher thau .the aiiddif the
streets, which me by,o means
remftfkabljBvloru their, smooth
nftfa We were- enjy a day or
twn,in. .this city, Qa (be whole
It )m very besutjtuMowp, asd
in the summer when, the tres
that stand so. thick along the
streets it must be "very beanti
t i. i. .. ." '
We started up the Rhine, but
by cars as it was too late in the
season to go by boat. Sabbath
we' spent at Kaiserswerth, a
small village, but 'remarkable
on account of its Deaconess In
stitute. This i Iirstitute claims
to be the first to revive the an-
cient order lof Deaconebses.
We spent a few days in Frank
fort on. the Alain. : I went ott
to our Mission institute there
Our Methodists bare had a hard
field to. cultivate, i 'Everybody
belongs to church; and it seems
like proselytism to ' labor
amongst: them,: and most of
them think that it' is en dUgb
that; they are baptized sfnvl
have been cbnfirrurt nirt (he
ohurdl. JiWe-uspenf Sabbath
ia.Eisennocb. i Here-is a trot'
'itXtnl town whrre scarcely1 a
ICathohe ii to W fddnd; We
stw 9nl Sabbath afternoon i
yeangmari Walrf arope.streleh
ed tweht"oi i thirty lent aboe
the peeple's' heads !in the pres
ence of a'crowd ffabout filten
hnnrlrnd nprarlnVt.l' t tl ., ') -,L
i -
11 ftali'e is remafk'able as1 beihg
nnA town
in Prusii," 'jf'ei1 every Saobath,
fn the afternoon the Stores are'
open and sellin
g as on week
days. The
two Sabbaths'
r . 1 1 i, r -
ceding; Christmas here Was
more business, transacted Vhan
.1 .... . f i f ' . . .( - ' 1 .it: .'.
dunng'ten other days, o( (he
vear. , But the reaion'oi this is
II. ' ""'tflOJ.MiV: ' , l
quite evident. Their, theology
teaches them that the Sabbath
day was abolished in the com
ing ofj Christ, aijd now, we, have
only a eunaay wriicp is a noi
Jay, ,A yungmaq with whom
other. Qabbatb . the, ice was
amooth and.. I was, told tba
i. ii'i .1. r-iii i or i , .
r-?V,Ma'ff t!J'JI Placf
bskupk or loqKing on, aqu ue
days ago I had the pleasure of
spenaing an hour with Prof.
holuck, the most pious roan,
perhaps, in this city, and about
seventy-five years df age. lie
holds that the Sabbath was
abolished in the coming of
Christ.1 The moral state bf Ger
many is tearful But let us
hope and pray that there may
be a general reformation here.
We expect to remain here
two months. ' '
We have here a
praver meetin of ihe English
students every Sabbath even
pg in the house of an old Ene
ish ladv, at whii'h time we
have precious seasons. When
we leave here we expect to go
to Rome, then to Paris, and
then to London. Here I want
to stay, about .a month, and
spend the time in hard s'udv.
B'lt I have forgotten to tell you
thai the ereat ahd all absorb-
ng business here with us
Americans is the
studv of
German. Since I. have
been
here, which is now about sev-
t . i , .
i. .
en weeks, I have, been reeular-
y attending about fwol?ctures
i, day, and hive understood
none of them, I am now be
ginning to understand. It is
. 1 , .
no small task to learn to read,
speak, and understand a lan
ghace when spoken. Our
health has been remarkahlv
good. My wift has never been
so well since l knew her.
Kindest .regards' to sister Dil
lon and the children, also 'pleas a
remember u'a'to the" good peo
ple of McArlh'ur and' Middle-
P0' t. .
Tours, in Christian love ',
JAMES D. FRY.
Ihe Boston Journal of Chem
istry; says:a,'jThe. .market is
ahundantlyupplied wjth poor
butter, but of -fin,er qualitieijh
suppiy is veryioiueu. . it is a,
1 ' I... ' i. . .
matter ofwonder th,at dairy
farmers do not regard their in-,
terests more wisely in rnanu
faoturing this, more .important
farm product. It requires but
a very little more skill. and care
to send to market butter which
finds ; a : ready sale at high
prices, than to send that which
nobody wants, and which, if
sold, goes at a low price. .It is
impossible for any butter pro
ducer to be in the slightest de
gree independent and above
board, who is contented to
make an article of second or
third rate, quality. If : a dairy
man in ..Vermont, New 11 amp
shire, 'pt any other State wiibes
to- conduct his . business suc
cessfully, let him come to the
city and asceitain .thecharac
tor of the ptoduct.wbich every
dealar.ii anxious to procure and
lor which he .is willing to pay
high,ij)rices. in. ready money.
Many: farmers ftt .i a distance
trom! the, cjty 4o r,not 1 really?
kpow.,,'Wha.t .perfect butter js,
having never seen cthe- article.
Fndinga.iWe do a,ready.jalei
lor our milk ahripst t,;0uc own
door, w e. have. not, tt) mgch .exi
tent, , turned jtj intOj butter;
tbe'relor 1 oursuppli.98 ::00me
from, those, who raise milk un
der different ;.circuiusiance&.
tjo , difficult. -,is , it lo procure
perfect,! butter .lot 4bei mar
ket, that; frequently; we have
vyaited a week belore any could
be found; wiien foifhd, the pace
ia about 'double: that for which
ordinary; qualities are aoldr and
the price is cheetfully paid.v-.
; "Thal'h just'' the, sor of in
umbrelia that people appropri
ate or in oiner words hook,"
said Snaggles 'to' a' companion
this morning, showing a very
handsome ! 1 silk '" parachute.
"Yesi" 'quietly replied his'com
pafifdn VI thottghi' so when
aaW'yoiWit.--"
V-:ti :1 in .. . t . I -3 i -T
Thk; forejgBfrs bayn .caught
the , infection, jmd .lhe v very
peaks tef ahe .A'P! , eiroUeing
daubed with thotriammothj let
tered, advertlsementi of Paris-
. l -
ADVKUT1H1NG TEltMS.
Ooe square,!,, $1 .(t
XV . I !
uiiliauuii.iuuai. bhiuvu .T1i
Cards, per yea- i;..v.;vitii. JlO
ixwai notirt; cr line,,,,,
U'.'SiWy Oil
eoliimn, and at proportional? rate PfJ
laany aavkftueueii
nM)i. rayauie in advance. ,. -HT
The Record being the tofBtja!
paper of the Uwn, andbaTrng ie
lariat circulation of anr pft rln tr.4
county, offers superloi'lnJuccmoLtl
to advertisers. , .
The Registration of Letters.
' It is a telling testimonial tcT
this charactoristi'd- busioesi arj-?
curacy of 'the Government1
employees that there are" !slili
hundred's bf $ost offices 'whichr
have not yet been -notified 'ot11
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tne reduction qi the registra
tion fee oil letters from flfteeii
to eight cent?. It Is rJretty ev-A
ident that half of the clerks in'
the General ' Post Office are1
helping the other half to 'ib'
nothing, lha 'discharging or
some of the incompetent and
unnecessary clerks from "the'
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vjuvf ruuieiu Bervn.13 euuuitA
commence there?
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Mr. Adam FoREPAuaa.haa re?;
ceiyeil a letter from tbofQceJ
of ibe consulate of theUuiteii
Stales in Bangkok, Siam, itatw
ing that bis agent, Mr, Pateyp
left the latter place on the 6th i
of January last taking with hinii
a white elephant,! the first that
ever left the kingdom of S?4rrr.
The conditions 'upon which thd'
permission ; wa granted i:Mh'
Patey, to remove the animil,"
provide for its! safe f retdirn;!
With twelve natives to ..assists
him, Mr. Pa'ey is briugingr thd i
rare quadruped over lo.thia.
country.:' o .r-'i ': r.i z )v I
Br ' far ' the heaviest sri'ow
-iw
falls of the' winter in the far
wesl have' '6'cc'urr.ed since thej
firsl o( March.' Trains cVi'atne'
I'udific Kailroad in the Nevada
mountains were blockaded 80
thai they had to be atandonedt
for .se vera! d ays: j A isco, it
is reported that six feeTo1, sjiofl-'j
fell cl, uring one storn jtij tbH
tefonfl week of tlus,jroonUiv
and in .Summit Valley ... thi,
snow was twenty fael deep. 91
a level. , .i: y .il,sj
'A Bill haji passe'd ifiS'rj'uilf..
'tiSfise' an'gon'e'r,t'Q' 'Hi 8eiiatev
making it lie duty dt the Pre-'
bate judge of ever'ctfunty't'o
appoint twice a' year,'
ndtico being' 'given,' 'a 'trust-'1
worthy accountant,' whd "shslli
examine the accounts 'of the
Treasurer and 'report the same'
10 the county Auditor, the PrVJi'
bate Judge 'leaving 'a ct0l
with the Treasured '
! aa 1 ' 1 A'j
A Mansfield .saloonist pno
lished a card iu .which he sayi
"IJaving ..become jpersuad'e.d;
that the stle of, intoxicating
drinks is a curse and ruinou
to society and the finer f eel-,
inga bf mankind, I have opened
the 'spigots of my whisky bar)
rels and. caused, the cursed,
fluid tocourse its way to per
ditiop.".
hi nl ol
: A negro named !Saritee:hrfl
been cieatirtg' a Be'nalobr 'vt
LouteiahaJQri'd Mississippi by
doing, a li vely. buViheis ka apre
pbt, and the f, curious thin'f
a,bout ihiisr! prophecies. 1 da o this
(bey ;rve,;to be true. I lie jn
said tohave foret,eld 'tfieestf
lenco at sShreveportobsydair
ago. ,,".(lv.l tT ,rrv i-ila sii
A'sarcattio
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centlem
enuemen wa
Mr. Van Dyk'e,of 'iew, mV?
ShVreV' who, IeaVinK'X'ht
t'j his "l heirs, hoped ,none""of
tliem "wouid'snuflle andf'skef
crocodile tears at his funeral.
"Cover nie up," said this dnnjf
legator, ''and (heo hurry hoffl
V -I i!-m. -S IL l " .A
to bgntofertny mpne.
, Tbk famous $40,000 ioows, lae
Ducbesl nl Geneva, whose sale
a few months sinceiat Ubat ti
traordinary .price aAtrscted.tbo
ititeud'pn f UiriBtcckaieiafc
worltf, died on the 2Th ofFebu
on!the farm of SamuekCarApi
bell, her .owner, vatHaw, jY6ls
Mills, New Yort.! ; baa 'I'tiiKp
, . - j r-r . 1 k! In llllta
. pAHIEL Ji.. DwiQIIJest WOv:
sued :'he .CinCjinaaii 8skttit&i,l
nat 1&:LffayetipI;ailreed
and j udge Jloadle'jr,, troflf ,
for , half, a .mUliori : fojlar "sj
ieged to have been receive h
the, last ijeveQ yeaca' lo.seewej
two tnjliion dollars in bondef'
mesa roaus. , .., ,1
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