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M'Kean County Miner, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1872, Smethport, PennsylvaniaRaud . I Elul tons. Devoted to Boft Iitto rests at Azeb vol. In. Smethport Kean county. Pa., thursday september 26, 1872. No. 48, Xiv h1p at Mca. Laww Many up. My to duo Jan with Tad nil a film. How Tuut i t. My ill. Dry nil away beyond at will . And Hanoi i and Fulp. I Dawn at allow of. With Avalli All Bright with they Hava Foin in will. Iron Tea i wet re with t jul i by Ali. Aaa Melu in any i null. With Mil. All Roo air unit wharf a Fth with hawn . Walla t la Lump Jal. Dot .1 on., will Savl Wadi will or drugs oat Tho Mora and sad a Token but. With All . Riot Back and Thon i tech Wal . Woop o army pfc to boo room and to i Why mute tto. Coat Tutt Kali tack Kut to but for Wand pain and Mirti to j with Star a Caiu on kor. To Torturo by pm Autori Fillod walk rtt Antom. Of All or bop., and dead in to. Of and Lorna that Cobo Man and with Daad from unknown Ahorro con. Othar Daad mock to. Anagau let inc Luau it All it Caln of tar i launch upon to. Main. From the. Heat inc when Stormi a. Anne port i la reach at Lam. To find with Joy .11 anchored of two it Awall Lotf at the yar9arx. Did i Ever Tell you Samurl Imp near i cause onco upon a time to hanged a pirate thus spoke Uncle Ebenezer who having Man and boy slowed the Salt avas fur the better part of a half Century was now sitting. Literally under his own vice and Fig tree on the Steps of the Back porch of Tho old Homestead and Olulo slowly puffing at the Amber mouthpiece of an immense nor Thiu which to had brought from India enlightening Youthful mind with thrills and patches from the storehouse of his multifarious experience. My Uncle had been Well educated in his youth and to came of a of gentlemen so that he had preserved a cer Tain refinement of speech and manner usually found among he was therefore an excellent narrator Anil forty years ago i Hod no greater pleasure than to sit in the old Back Kirch. And listen to he wild tales of life on the Stormy Ocean. This was Tho Tau that followed Tho startling question 1 have just repeated in the month of june 1r13, about the Middle of the last War. Said Uncle. I sailed from Charleston in command of a Beautiful Little Clipper Brig matted thu Snake. I had of Marque and thu Snake was armed with eight Brans for though we did Hope to to Able to resist any of the larger of the enemy nor did we intend to attempt Tho capture of any of his merchantmen we knew that the Nar Row were swarming with English and it was our intention to beat off any Small Craft that attacked it if we could. Tub fact was that we were bound on a dangerous and urgent Mission which precluded any idea of Privateering on our own account and rendered it More than usually important that we should be captured. Our cargo in Short powder and shot which we were to take to Tho Mouth of the Tartu and to one of our frigates ordered to meet us at that Point fighting therefore was our Cue on that Voy age and accordingly i set every Titan of Canvas that would draw and kept a Good Lookout night and Day. That last precaution was Tho Means of accomplishing a greater Good than Ever our own safety. On the afternoon of Tom third Day out the Sharp eyed sea Man i had stationed on the fore Topmast a vessel on our weather boar with a signal of distress flying. 1 at onco for her and by Sunset we were alongside just in time to Rescue her Crew and passengers from a water grave. The vessel proved to be a West Ludia trader under Spanish colors bound from Havana to, with a Crew of eight including am two passengers. They had their when their Craft was thrown on in Imam ii u in a Squall four Days pre Vious and though working at the pumps steadily they had been unable to pre vent Tho vessel from filling slowly through the leaks which were the result of Tho same disaster. The was Only just afloat when we came up with her am before we were fairly Clear of Bur Afu a taking off her people. When we were standing on our course again. I had Leisure to look after the Comfort of our involuntary passengers. The Crew of the Spanish vessel were easily disposed of among own met in the forecastle and the Captain and passengers i invited into Cabin much the Surprise one of these Pas turned out to be a very Beautiful Young lady the other Bing her father a Gray haired portly old gentle Man virginian by the name of Kan son. They were evidently people of wealth and refinement and the Spanish Captain proved to be a Hearty Good Fel Low so that we were speedily on a Friendly footing and vague Antici Patitu of discomfort in a crowded Cabin were As quickly dissipated. Of course i should have All i could for them had they been much Leal agreeable but Bow duty became a real pleasure which was Tab plasm handed by the fact that Young lady was both amiable and Beautiful. I but Young at the time Aad a ail in Prei eed by female charms. That it strange under the circumstances that i soon began to indulge a vague Hopes that Laura Maraon might eventually a induced to entertain a Eeling than Mere Friend snip for the Man who saved her life. Not that 1 ver dared to breathe a word of Ziy love n her pure to very fact that she is thus Bucu thrown upon Proton Ion made her sacred in but a fore she had been a week on Board i resolved that when she was once again stored to her own Home i would seek Ler there and ask her to be mine. But these fond dreams and tender fan were destined to be quickly brought o an end by the Suddon approach of a Jeril that menaced both of us with a Fate More fearful than the wildest imagination could conceive. Ten Days after the Rescue of Laura Manson and Ler fellow voyagers a suspicious sail sigh Ted on weather beam and before Long it became evident that the stranger was an English Man of War in Chase of us. Livery exertion was made by myself and Crew aided by the Spanish sail ors to escape our enemy but Fate was in propitious and All our kill and Energy availed us nothing. Tho Snake was Swift but her pursuer was swifter. On the second morning of the Chase the Loe was within gunshot and gave us a broadside hat carried away both our Topmast. It would have been Mere insanity to continue to resist a Force to when thus helplessly at in mercy. It a possible that some deeper ate expedient might Havn suggested itself if Crew and myself had been alone in the Brig. But none of us dared to Prepose anything which would sex the Lovely Maiden in our charge to further danger and having done our whole duty As sailors and men to struck our Flag but Only to a Power capable of crushing twice our own Lorce. Our captor proved to be the frigate Diana of thirty six guns commanded by As great a brute As Ever shamed the Nemo of Man by wearing it. Ilis True character however was perceptible until after we had been in Hii Power Fer some time. He was still Young a Baro by hereditary rights Aad his person was pleasing while his were the perfection of Courtesy. To judge by Bis kindness when he first received us you would have imagined rather than his prisoners but Ere Many Days had passed a startling change Toek place in conduct the secret of which that he had conceived a sinful Pas Sion for the innocent Maiden cast upon Protection Aad had determined to gratify it at every Hazard. A Captain of a Inan of our absolute in authority and at that Day British naval commanders were even Lees responsible to higher authority than now at any rate when cruising alone there was no one to Call him to account and in Tho present Case our tyrant s civil rank and influence would have protected him in any arbitrary exercise of Power. Probably however Kir Edward Martin cared nothing for the consequences to himself. Carried away by his unholy passion he would have dared almost any danger to acce Kaplish purpose onco in solved. No Law human or divine was regarded As an obstacle. His first step of course to de Prive Laura f the Protection of her father and myself and was accomplished with the cunning of a veritable Demon. The first intimation that we had of his changed attitude toward us a order issued by him to place or. Manson and myself in Irons we having been allowed perfect Uberty up to that time. On Tho afternoon of the same Day to were taken into the Captain s Cabin and in Tho presence of the Diana s officers formally charged with piracy. My indignant denial of the charge was imperiously Cut Short by the tyrant who Curtly informed us that we would be allowed to defend before a court martial on the following morning and to were then immediately hurried Back to our place of confinement be quite turned by this unexpected Ca Lamity we were utterly unable to divine its cause but during the evening Ono of the marines who guarded us slipped into or. Manson s hand a note which threw a flood of Light upon our bewilderment it was from Laura stating that the brutal commander had plainly told her that her father s life was at his mercy and that it depended upon her to save him. Or. Manson was really frantic for a time but All his fury was of no Avail and thus in darkness chains and de Spair we passed the weary night until toe red morning dawned which was to Seal our Fate. I need detail the of the court martial which a Mere mockery at Best with a cunning that absolutely Fie duh the faithless commander had marshalled the Evi Dence against us. The Snake s letters of Marque were suppressed perhaps destroyed by him and a willing tool of his testified that no such papers had been found on Board of her. This to Gether with the Large Crew we had car ried and the cargo of the a Lake. Was quite sufficient to condemn us. The spaniards we had rescued were stated to be part of our Crew Aud therefore allowed to testify in our behalf. Or Manson made to appear to be the owner of the Snake and the utter a of our carrying a refined lady to sea with us on a piratical cruise passed Over having no weight at All the whole thing was a cruel an outrage such Only irresponsible tyranny could have Dea Irinod and executed but we were formally condemned and formally sentenced to be hanged at the Yardar at Sunrise on the follow ing morning. My when More chained Down Are us Domitla to hint at How much More cafe mag. Then Mutt have been the of wretched father about to be murdered in cold Bloed. And forced to leave Only child in the Power o such a villain Captain had proved himself i cannot d Well lathe horrors of that awful bight. The Cru Arabad he. Changed Aad Friendly a m., so that if Laura to mad another bar father Vail Ablo. Thus without of the unfortunate girl and utterly despairing f our own Fate we sleepless by passed lie of darkness. May heaven arrant that no Kin of mine May Ever in ure a tithe of the agony i suffered and witnessed in the person of the sorrowing Ather that terrible Temble night Dawn came at length and with its St Glimmer the shrill of the Fife and the Hearse rattle of the drum sum Moning the Crew to quarters announced hat the preparations our execution were already made. Very soon a Ter Ward the Marine officer a lieutenant appeared with a file of his men. Our hackles were removed and our arms pinioned with ropes and we were then de upon deck. Several times during the night or. Manson had entreated to be allowed to his daughter and he now made a Inal Appeal Lor this poor favor. Rutal Myrmidon of a Atill Mure brutal tyrant harshly refused to hear the re quest to his commander and Evoli cursed Aud the unfortunate Man when persisted in imploring his pity. My blood boiled within . And All thought if own peril was swallowed no in the rage which filled heart and which would have prompted had i Max free to have slain tiie Coward with naked a platform erected Between two of the abreast of the mainmast of a level with the Hammock settings and when we bad been forced to mount this i perceived that the ves Sel was close to the Shore of a Large of course i did know when we were at the time but i May As Well say now that i afterwards discovered hat the Uland waa Ilyati the frigate Laving been bound to Jamaica when we unfortunately met her and Ahe had now reached she Mona on Hor Way thither. This was a most providential circumstance for you will soon learn but at that Inolan holy moment the sight of smiling Green and picturesque was an intolerable aggravation of misery. It seemed As if heaven Hail Given this glimpse of firm land and Freedom Only to overwhelm with the awful sense of utter helplessness. Like the patriarch of old i was ready to curse god and die fur there within half a mile Liberty and safety but above Bead swung the engine of apparently inevitable doom and i Felt As if the preserver himself had quite for Saken . The lesson i soon received i Given a steadfast Faith and amid the most fearful perils of sub sequent life i have never since doubted his almighty Power to save. The morning was Beautiful beyond description. The air was soft and Balmy the water was Calm and still Aad the Rosy Light of Dawn shed a radiance like that of Paradise upon sea and Shoro. But the supreme moment of death close at hand and though every feature of the scene has remained indelibly impressed upon memory it did to then that i saw anything. Kven the misery of Fel Low a offerer made no impression on . Selfishness in such an hour May indeed tie pardoned in Mere mortals and though i did perceive that he waa at the Point of fainting own peril engrossed whole attention and prevented from offering him any Consolation even if 1 Lead been permitted to to him. Perhaps if i could have done and revived drooping courage he too might have been saved a miraculously As i was. But escape was such a perfect Miracle that i can hardly believe two persons would have been successful. It was heaven s decree that alone should be plucked from the Mouth of the pit let be Content with the certainty that it was beyond Power to Aid him even if i had sacrificed myself. The astonishing occurrences of the next few Momenta took away from All Power to think of anything but How to profit by them. Two whips had been Rove through jewel blocks on the Star Board Mainyard Arm and their nooses Hung Down close above our Heads their other ends were manned by a score or More of Stalwart sailors who were to run us no to the Yardar when the report of a gun. Ready at our feet should give the awful signal the lieutenant and his had halted at the foot of the scaffold and we were now attended by two Brawny Sun Burnt seamen whose rough hands were Busy tying our feet together at the Ankles and seeing that the fastenings which secured our hands behind our were firmly knotted. At Inas this duty they had been set to perform but i Nidd Tilv a tract Monte uni that attn Dat wot Tki Roux Annitti outlet that a Ali gel erect it Tegould tent to astonished at this i attempted to turn round to look at him but he grasped firmly to to prevent any motion and instantly afterwards a thrilling whisper in ear caused every nerve in body to quiver with excitement can you swims imagine if Yon can the flood of Hope that surged through brain at the sound of singular question. I coup reply but looks must have told him that i understood his meaning of he continued rapidly while till pre tending to be Busy with Bonds. The Young woman promised to How clearly i heard and treasured every word. There was a momentary Sharp tog at wrists As. Wiki one slash the keen knife severed Bonds and then the Low whispered but fear ully Clear signal word. Now i pay us Well for trying to save Yon two. We believe she will be besides we think it s a believe she will keep her word and s a shame you should be Strung up for nothing. Now listen i be Oak Tiodosa a Nett. The Only one turn of the on your when i top speaking i la that line with one Alvah of knife keep your together As if you were still bound Aad jump overboard the a i deep. Aa4 come no of the other of the ship. Swim to the rudder chains Aad hold of there until night they la think you wanted to drown yourself rather than be Hung and won t lower a boat when night comes you try to ashore. I All i can do for Tiv Maka you understand Bow rapidly All mid but yet pm tar Otter of Tifrea a wond be quite impossible to find kid enough to apply the demand for recourse is had to sheep f it u list Rita by several of our or Frost Small Ware folks that 10 per i stood just inside of the obd. Lorei sold for kid Are the rail and without an instant s bes ution Imam article. The of seeking threw myself boldly overboard. Lead jul rib Otoju in the principal mate first Tho shout of Surprise that i Ang Are never used for upward from the frigates deck reached loves they Are too Small and cannot ears before i struck the water and Jap ing. I would devote rescued life to the Pursuit and punishment of the Orch villain who had brought about the destruction of love and murdered her father. Three after the War was ended i met him in a crowded dressing of skins of gloves son what ingenious. Lime for removing the hair cannot be used u done in a paring skins for Boot leather but it Doc a by soaking them in water and ind an meal and afterwards treading the skin s in a rough trough until All the met i u Well out of the hide when the hair peer off easily. The skins Are then skied or thinned Down and the inner Side Laid upon a Large Flat Stone and the Dye or color applied with a Brush to the outer Side. The skin u then dried slowly when it is ready to be Cut into gloves. This utter process is by laying a skin Over a steel Frame the upper edges being sharpened in the shape of two open hands and striking with a padded club the skin. The Stripe be tween the fingers Are Cut from the edges of ins. They Are then tied in pack age i of a Doxen pain and with printed Insl auctions accompanying each pack at. Are sent out to be made. For la Wear they Are made in ten sizes from 5 to 8 inches which Alv is an in Dex of their numbers. This is the size of 110 hand they Are to fit measuring of the rank and i mro the knuckle joints. O loves Are a. T up in packages of a dozen each a color. Manufacturers Are often at i disadvantage in waiting for e Ono color to Complete an invoice to be Uff. One of our Boston jobbers and a lot of dozen making no in Paris when the War broke out that bad Een waiting shipment six by the non receipt of a Peculiar Shade of Green one pair for each dozen. They were anally shipped with a different color sorted to make no the count this seemingly Small matter of substituting one color specially ordered rained the lot and the goods were sold Asun marketable. The sizes of gloves in the United states Are smaller than they were Twenty years ago and the Call 1s still for snugger fits on smaller hands. The Smi lest gloves made Are sold to the american Market and now the sizes 7 and h Are put no abroad in the Assort ments fur this Market for the first time sizes up to 6, Are to be put no expressly for a Boston Bouse. The col now in use Are lighter than formerly As opera shades Are very generally worn on the Street Olores from abroad Are ordered eight months ahead and in lots to arrive for the coming fall or Winter Trade Are four and five Button gloves seemingly an exaggeration of the present popular Gauntlet style. The wry general use of kid gloves has almost driven Lisle thread out of the Market these Are a German manufacture As Are also our White Cotton military Glorea. It ii the cheap labor that keeps this line i manufacture abroad. A very Good kid Glove is made in Philadelphia and at Olov Enville new York some of our retail Small Ware dealers have them in ladies Sisera. They Are so thin and soft a the French article but Are really More serviceable and if the Trade would generally throw them into the Market with a legitimate american Brand Yankee kids would be very generally land and put upon him such an i exult before them All. That to 1 to meet in deadly strife. Lie did recognize until to Weie face to face upon the Field. Then i made myself known and Bis heart tailed him. He fell before in pro tired weapon Era a score of thrusts had been exchanged though be was a famous swordsman and was renowned a successful dualist malicious and Bru Tal to the he cursed with latest breath and went to account with All his sins upon his guilty head. It u Well for humanity that there Are so few such unmitigated villains in the world. To the hapless Liura a Fate i have never obtained a satisfactory clue though i have been untiring in the search. From the few of the frigate s Crew whom i encountered in quest i Learned that she was kept a close prisoner in the Captain s Cabin until the ship reached Jamaica. There she released doubtless at the Price of keep ing silence As to her wrongs and there she seems to have disappeared from the living wer d. Ood Grant that her unmerited have won her a place in he kingdom and when 1 die May i at last meet her for whose Sweet Sake heart has Ever since been sealed to love. Trying to find oat a s Are. In a recent trial for breach of Promise of marriage the plaintiff the was a widow with grown up children testified in her own behalf. On Cross Examina Tion the counsel for the defendant made an unsuccessful attempt to Ascer Tain her age As follows you please state what your age. Am younger than Bis first wife anyway. That dues let us know. Will Yon Tell us your age am younger than his first wife. I say tin if t Yon Are too far. How old is your oldest son is dead. My eldest son living is Twenty four. Yon Tell your think Yon Don t want to know. You have a daughter what age u she f for Yee Melf. I won t press you any further. It was said that the widow was sixty while the defendant was Lerty of eff. T Ham Aid at All Eventa the jury thought to know bettor Thna to Tiki Isis Aad break them std enough to Leara better Saxl they brought a a verdict him for life according to the Arabia proverb is composed of two Parks that Whie Hie past a dream an that whih a to accepted a a desirable cont Neal dead ska Here another fondly cherished tradition sternly swept away by the Bev. Jamrs b. Dunn of Boston mass., who u trav Eling in Palestine. The reverend gentleman visited the dead sea and description of that notorious Sheet of water and Salt flatly All other travellers. Be says that the Waters Are Elear Aad Ripple beautifully that the shores Are Green with shrubbery and Bright with pretty Flowers. He that the of the sea is heavy a bitter but that they Are twi Rua aed on the Robt rare their a the pebbly Beach and in the Distalee their White look like so Many White an old scotch preacher u reported to have said is obo of at Aber Aberdeen and Edin Burgh from London and London from Aad Park from Devil. Have Sai s obo o a Dee i be Good people of Aber get your from Glasgow of Mew from Edinburgh Aad e we Hough of Prenott a strict attorney for Pierce county furnishes us the following of Ter Rible of poisoning a Pieroe county the person charged with Tho u mrs. Charlotte Lamb Aad his tory of her alleged give accurately possible. A september 871. Mrs. Lamb s husband taken violently sick complaining of severe in stomach Aad a half a Lour dead. It those who saw him before death hat showed of having teen poisoned but nothing said about it and the matter dropped. In Cay of year a son of Lamb aged ten years was taken in a manner similar to father and in less ban a hour was dead. La june a laughter of mrs. Lamb right Yean of age Fod very suddenly and with sym oms resembling those of her father and brother. Last month mrs. Jane Ottman a neighbor living near mrs. Lamb went Over to mrs. Lamb s House to get a pail of water. On her return complained of violent in her stomach. She vomited freely and Felt somewhat re sieved but her husband being alarmed sent to Prescott for or. Cotton. The doctor went out and made a Pree Crip Ion leaving a couple of powders to Aken under certain circumstances. After the doctor left mrs. Lamb who it mrs. Oilman a assisting in caring for Ler suggested that one of the powders be administered and. Mrs. Ottman a Lamb went into the antr7 and prepared it and it Aken. Immediately mrs. Ottman com gained of violent pains again Inch How complained of before Aad in a few dead. Last week. Royal Garland also a neighbor of mrs. Lambs died under circumstances alike with the mentioned. Lamb cooked or or. Oarland during Harvest on Day of or. Garland s death Lamb there usual. There was a arge Craw of Harvest hands. At dinner Urs. Lamb waited on the table. Dur no the meal said Why Royal i forgot to give Yon any the went nto the pantry where she remained a Short time brought out a cup and filled t with Tea from the Teapot which was standing on the stove. Or. Oarland drank the Tea and shortly complained of at Cre in stomach. How Ever be went to the Field with the other Zuten but that taken Mmahdi atoll to the House and in a few dead. Such an array Circum canted the arrest of the woman. Now confined in jail at Ellsworth and to be examined at River on be St of september. The stomach taken out of the body of or. Oarland and sent to or. Hoyt of this City to w Anaf Zed. We earn that the doctor has found Poison n stomach. The bodies of the other have been disinterred and the taken out and Are now in or. Joyt s for analysis. After mrs. Lamb arrested her House marched. In a Bureau drawer a bottle found Aid to contain strychnine Aad a paper said to contain arsenic. To the that actuated woman to her terrible we Are left Only to conjecture. Of course All of rumours Ais afloat it is said but do know with How much truth that mrs. Lamb repeatedly expressed a desire Aad intention to get title to the farm on which she lived and that by poisoning her husband and children she hoped to do so. It is also that has often expressed her Strong dislike to mrs. Ottman. We Lave heard of no reason being for poisoning or. Wit Tim i. Sulphur lasted two Tours. In the West just now to be a the Only in is be vary latent it la to top of head of to Curry a Vin j when to faint when to with to look tender and to dance and flirt to one s follow Ces Seise. Ure Aad never grow weary each life of Saratoga Bell. Aim of r Industry to work and Utku of bar Litera ure to read i de always. Wear one thai to walk Augrette to to Brash u to or capote tears Enlet round of plea Are Aad locating treat Beer Matlag Telo the United states coast Survey Bureau is about to locate an elevated astronomical station somewhere among the Sierra Nevada the ban Francisco that pro Fessor Davidson of the coast Survey is experimenting Bear Summit station at an Elevation of feet above sea to determine the relative importance of great Aad Small in of the Telescope for of physical Aat Roomy. It u understood thai been completely successful and will recommend a location about feet above the sea. Near the line of the Central Pacific Railroad from which it can be readily reached by a abort and easily constructed Wagon Road. Pro Fessor Young of Dartmouth College been experimenting with larger instruments at Sherman on the Bocky mountains at an Elevation of feet above a. The result of will be a rated in reports that will probably to the locating of Twenty Esven Inch refracting Telescope at one of elevations. The for Tele Are being ground by Mes Clark of Cemon Deport for United government at a sex of a arly with a Aad Tho High magnifying Power of which it Wutao Mittie use there Over or two per year of the Lew Atlantic of oat where i could u with High it magnify lag on Sierra with the Long Freedom from Clouds Many More favourable opportunities for Aad May look for wan for in physical astronomy. Father of recently found that Chubby Little fall of of a Beautiful Rose tree great did t i toll you to Pink of without leave r mid Don Wlla. But All feet in. I from White to Washington the German which bugging set to he hit Nissly a sex died from exhaustion throng want of Good food s and proper waa the Verd it of a Proner a be qty a in a farm Laborti Merjury deceased i re land. The named sewing ton. To sober and ind nitrous. N Good weather be sometimes earned in i fungi about a week but in Rainy weather his were much ices and a consequence rent got in arrears and his wife and children were almost without food. Anxious to get out of debt at d to feed Thieo dependent on him the n Sfortunato Man deprived that be what acre nary to r stain life and at last a Nally died front starvation. Was of a Olaes numbering n England who with families Are con stantly hovering on the Border of starve Ion no matter Bow assiduously they May labor to position. From an one of the is racer of t Undra Aee of enlightened 1 Nenee in lbs remove themselves from this is a sad picture Ter Point of View. Greatest failings in the e is want of re Spect for worn a and indeed the chief their be is program the want the a More at of her in ing and controlling Tho sentiments at i of chinese society. She inv no social position or in Indence. Her above that of _ she is in fact a fool for plea Sura or convenience and greatly in error to him in All respects. She cultivated in our sense of the term. Her utterly Blank of intelligence and refinement very rarely indeed is that Chaste and Del teat e failing and thoughtful sentiment which a Iago glory of women of lies Ping a her flashing from l a Eves or sparkling rom her 1 it the whole contour and of her face is painfully stolid and rep Ilsi a and has in it More if the animal than the Type of an get at about to Renty from Berlin situated the Village of Stemberg. Noted for the do Pei t Well that has Ever been sunk. Owing o the of Gypsum n the locality r. Which at a moderate distance from the capital it occurred to he poorer no int authorities in charge of the Roines o obtain a Supply of Rock Salt with t end in View Tho Eink no of a Shaft or Wall 10 feet in diameter Coli race some five Yean ago and at a Dent in of to feet the Salt was reached. Thi Boring continued to a further Dep h of 060 feet the diameter of this Bora Heing reduced to about 12 that were subsequently prosecuted by of steam until a depth of feet waa attained. At Point Boring discontinued the Borer or bit being till in the Deposit which thus exhibits the to Otmous Thi Kneas of 3.997 feet the airing won 1 have been continued in order to Over what description of Deposit Lav t Clow the Aalt but for the mechanical i connected with the further i detention of operations. A Georgia Roer a Good Story of one of the is for county sheriff in that stau candidate a physician lately s topped to talk with a Man who with i i two daughters pull ing fodder i and the doctor a order to keep alongside of him commenced pull ing the fodder in the Row be was walk ing in. When got fairly settled Down to it the Farmer lays excuse a minute while i step Over to the just Knock along with the

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