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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 June 1893

Wnj There nn Ac* of Copper? M. Borthelot, the well-known French tcchnlclst, lu a recent com? munication to the Academie des Sciences, states his belief in the some-time existence of nn age of cop? per in addition to the three recog? nized a re h; el on teal eons of stone, bronze (copper and tin) and iron. He bases his opinion chiefly upon an an? alysis of a piece of copper which had been found by M. de Sarzec in the course of antiquarian investigations in Mesopotamia, or Al Jezira, as the Arabs designate the famous stretch of couDtry between the Euphrates and the Tigris. The fragment thus chemically determined proves to have neither tin nor zlnz entering into it; composition, thero being simply traces of lead and arsenic. "Water and the atmosphero had made rav? ages into the specimen, which was practically a suboxide or a compound of protoxide and metallic copper. As the ruins from which the piece' of metal was taken are -authorltlvely considered to be more ancient than those of Bab...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 30 June 1893

Clinch Valley News. fUHLfSllRD bVERY FRIDAY.; ? TERMS OF SUUSCRlPTlbN: llu AilVauco.) By mall, postage i??i<l, ono year. S1.G0 By mail, postage paid, six months, .70 Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the TaiMSWoll (Va.) postof fte'o as BCeofid class matter. FRIDAY, - JUNli ?0, I SWA. "^MR. BLAND REPLIES TltE MlSSOUltl UoNGKESSMAN on the Points Made bv Mit Cahlisi.e. Sirco tho platform <>F the Doiou erat it: party is to bo turned bottom up far ttie purpose of pressing silver demonetization ahead of la I ill" re form, it i? well we should pause to take our bearings to sec ii possible "where we are ut." The so called Sherman law is now the ouly statulu we have authorizing the further use of silver as money in this Country. Thai, repealed wo are remanded back, with the demonetiz? ing act of 187H revived and in force bo far ns the future of silver is con? cerned. Of course the Sherman law is bad. Nothing goo 1 on the money ques? tio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 July 1893

?! AND EVERYTHING BKIXLVQUJG ?X a family Grocery Store BUSTQN&SONS. VOL. XLVH1. WO. 27 L 0 C 4 L AND GENERAL \ j\ ICHS BIUJCFS. :ii\sn I .aura Lyons is homo from Teiincsse\^ Miss Clara HulFord is here with Iiwr father, Dr. Hull'drd. ? Miss Stella Stras wilj remain with Lor relatives here lor awhile. Miss Hessie Cooley hits returned from visiting friends in Baltimore. Miss Hawes, of Blueliohi, is visit? ing her Iriend, Miss Josio Sinythe, at Kelly. Rev. John E. Wool has been vis? iting his friend, Mr? Herndon, for several (lays. Mrs. A. C. Spott? came in from Roanoke, Weduesduy, und is visit iug relatives. Since tho lute butchery of sheep vengeance has been sworn against .suspicious curs. Purses and . premiums to tho amount of $5.000 will he offered at tho Tazeweli Fair, Sept. ?-8. Mr. J. D. Hopkins, of Richmond, traveling for Dr. J. C. Ayer & 0p7 was iu towu during the week. Miss Ella Higgiuhntham becomes by purchase owner of one-fourth in tereat in the Harri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 July 1893

THE NILE OVERFLOW. XX makes DESERT egypt FJRUITFUIj paiiadise. The Inundation Lusts Four Mont tip, Oaring Which the Fertilizing Waters Start a Jabiloo of Nature. PY no one, perhaps, , hnvo. tho impressions produced by tho various phases of tho river beca so poetically described as by OsbUrn, who thus describes tho low Nile: "Tho Nile.has shrunk within its banks until its stream is contracted to half its ordinary dimensions, and its turbid, slimy, stagnant waters scarcely seem to flow in any direction. Broad flats or steep banks of blacky anu-baked Nilo mud form both the shore? of tho river. All beyond thorn is sand and sterility, for tho hamseeu, or sand wind of fifty days' duration, has scarcely yot ceased to blow. Tho trunks und branches of trees may be scon hero aud thcro through tho dusty, hazy, burning atmosphere, but so entirely aro their leaves coated with dust, that at a distance they aro not dis? tinguishable from-' the desert sand that surrounds them. It i3 ouly by tho mos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 July 1893

A Peculiar Baeln* ! ncldenr. ? XcLaugUta has riddea man; d iff or- | *at\y tempered and constituted horses, bp the most "or'narj" brut* he ever h roio was Leamington's son, Oaoa ,'f k? When Ououd aga, for the Dwyers, / sis.famous race against Pierre Lorn. a Sachem at Shccpshead tha latter './through a peculiar circiirastaaoe. '?o home turn, when Sichern had Y (V, with Oaondaga at his saddlo . nd tho former going the better k T ysF0? Oaondaga suddenly reached ' e. -*>ut Saohem and grabbed Barbeu's leg,_ his teeth. This "savaging," dono wkilo the two horses were going at a tremendous pace, caused Barbee to Lellow out, but the man-eater, Ououda ga, did not let him go so easily. Ho let go Barbec's leg and grabbed his arm. This last was too much for Bachem's. Jockey, and with a yell of pain, Barbee pulled Sachem out and away from On ondaga. Hero was McLaughlin's op? portunity, and with a jab of the spurs ho shut Unondaga up next the ruils and took tho lead. Then Sachem catne a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 7 July 1893

?iiati?rsi? With the only complete bicycle plant in the world, where eveiy part of the machine is made from A to Z, is it any wonder that Victor Bicycles are acknowledged leaders? There's no bicycle like a Victor, and no plant so grandly complete as the one devoted exclusively to the manufacture of this king of v/heels. OVEftSVJ?N WHEEL GO. BOSTOM, WA8KIMQTOM, DENVER, SAN FRAF1C1QOO. THE OLD RELIABLE AND PJP?LAR DYK WORKS Is Die ouly pliioa to bava your dot lies perfoojly dyed, cleaned und repaired: Prices very moderate. Goods scut by express will receive prompt uttou tiou. IE. WALSA5C, Proprietor, Corner Com mere.'; and Cnmpboll Strcu'tH, LC?ANOK.E, va. ?J?lich Vaiioy News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. j TO TERMS PF SURS! KU'TION: Uli Advance.) By mail, postage paid, one year. SI.SO 1 By mail,^pX)Slago paid, six mouths, .75 ( Advertising rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered nt tlio Tueowetl (Va.) postof flco as second class matter. FjTll)AY, ' T" JULY 7,1S?8. THE g"?"l,lT? Tho foll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 21 July 1893

FL?U8, SALT, GROCERIES, AND EVEUYTUINU BkXOMUNU IN A Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. VOL. XLVIIi. S0.J9_ LOCdL AND GENERAL NE WS BRIEFS. Crop reports aru very gratifying this year. Tliero is -already talk of n dark borso outside the tlireo. Free school teachers will be ex? amined here August 15. Mr. J. Run. Henry is in McDow ell on professional business. The perceptible crowd in town Tuesday came mostly by rail. Rev. J. H. Alexander was over from Wythevillo foi a few days. Heavy rains pro-itrated consider? able quantities of very line corn. The very warm weather is regu? larly iuterspersed with copious raius. For real fancy flour, crentny nnd rich, buy Obelisk from .Huston & Sons. Mr. A. C. Spotts, of Roanoke. has joined his wife hero visiting his rel? atives. School prospects generally aro considered fairly bright considering everything. The trial of Short, for murder in the first degree is postponed to September. A nnniber of horses are in train? ing at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 21 July 1893

A follower of Mslthus declares that In 100 years tbo United States wilt have n population of 3,000,000,000. Kansas City dirt mill retains its ?aluo. Fortjr-flvo hundred dollars per fron? foot, tho price paid for forty fect on Main street the other day, la tho largest sum evor received for a picco of ground in tho Mission oity. A ten nut in.Now York, to nnnoy his landlord, paid his rent of $80 per month iu pennies. Finally tho land? lord appealed to the courts, and it was decided that he could not be compollod to recoivo more than $5 in pennies at any one thno from his tennnt. Young ineU should take noto of the fact, observes the Atlanta Constitution, that iu f uturo their chances as clerks, bo kkcepcrs, typewriters, stenogra? phers, etc., will bo only half nB good ns formerly, for tho reason that wo? men are now receiving a business edu? cation to lit them for such positions. Tho extent to winch British sports? men slaughter the half-time gamo that Is prcservod in the private parks ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 21 July 1893

XVaa There an Ag? of Copp?rT M. Berthelot, the well-known French tecbniclst, In a recent com? munication to the Academic des Sciences, states bis belief In the some-time existence of an age of cop? per in addition to tbe tbreo recog? nized arcbailoglcal eons of stone, bronze (copper and tin) and iron. He bases his opinion chiefly unou an an? alysis of apiece of copper which had been^found by M. de Sarzec in the course of antiquarian investigations in Mesopotamia, or Al Jezira, as the Arabs designate tbe famous stretch of country between the Euphrates and the Tigris. The fragment tbus chemically determined proves to have neither tin nor zinz entering into it/ composition, there being 6lmply traces of lead and arsenic. Water and the atmosphere had made rav? ages into the specimen, which was practically a suboxlde or a compound of protoxido and metallic copper. As tbe ruins from which the piece of metal was taken are authoritively considered to be more ancient than those of Babylon, M....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 21 July 1893

Riders of Victor Pneumatics carry an extra inner tube ?o be used in case of accident. By simply removing a punc? tured inner tube through a hole in the rim, repair is effected in five minutes by replacing with a new one. If you are going to ri Jej why not ride the best? OVKRMANi WHEEL CO. QOSTCM, WASHINGTON, DENVER, SAN FRANCI8CO. ri BELSABLE ?K? POPULAR DYE WORKS Is t'uo only plneo to Imve your clotbW jwrfeotl)' dyod, clounod mid ropairod. Prices very moderate. Goods Bqnt l>y oxproea wi'l roceivo prompt altou Hon. ?. WALS?K, Proprietor, Corner Coiumorco and Cnmpboll SiiroetH, ItOANOJO?, v*. Clinch Valley New! PUBLISHED EVERY. r'ltlDAY. TEUMS'OFaUJ^St'JKlPTlON: Uu Advance.) By mail, postage paid, >>ne year. 81.50 By mail, postage puid, six ??><nttliti, .70 Advertising rates furnished on uppli catiou. Entered .-it tiio Tar.ewell (Vn.) postof lico as Becond clast* matter. FRIDAY, ? JULY 21, LSM.'f. SPECIAL, T^~N?;i?K EXAM LNERS. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 28 July 1893

f L??ft, SALT, ?R?CLKiES, AHD EYBUVTUIKO BEfaONOINO IN A Family Grocery Store BUSTON & SONS. Vol. iLvniTN?T?ir LOCAL AJV'JJ GENERAL JtEWS BRIEFS. Mrs. Sullie MoCulla left, Wednes? day, to visic in Nebraska. Judge S. C. Graham was called to ltounoko ou business, Tuesday. Mr. W. I. Bopue, of tho Ropubli can, is on a visit iu Henry county. Mrs. and Miss Keobior, of Bris? tol,, lire visiting Mrs. A. D. W. Wal? ton. Miss Sallic Surface is at home sigiiiu alter u visit to relatives at Bluutiold. Miss Lucio Wilson has returned from a visit to her father's family iu Pulaski. Prof, ami Mrs. J. A. Leslie left Wednesday for Chicago nnd thu "World's Fair. Prof. Builcsoii, a newly eleeteil professor iu Tnzewell College, is here with his recently wedded wife. Messrs. Aldorsou and Jos. SI ras bad a little luck with the black bass at Maxwell, Weduesday even? ing. The death of Major W. T. Sutli erlin, of Danville, removes a proud* haut figure from Virginia business und political circles....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 28 July 1893

EDIjEVAL great guns. TEH MAJFCVTvLOUS KEAVJ ORD? NANCE OF '?'? K MIDDLE AGES. The Turku Mnde tlie First ?reut Im? provements In Artillery?The Most Kxtrnordlnary of C'nnnon. IT is. almost startling nt the present day to recall that the first grent improvements in artillery were nil mado by tho Turks, as indeed were "most of the innovations, which transformed war into a Bcicnce. ft wns their supremacy in this branch, re? marks the London Standard, oven more than tho discipline and ferocity of tho Janissaries, which caused Ihu Ottoman Army to be thought invincible for two centuries. The natural genius of tho race for war was well displayed by tho readiness with which they grasped tho importance of gunpowder, and the methodic way they set about developing its capabilities. We look on our own Artillory Company with tho reverence duo to age; but it is al? most modern compared with the Topji service of tho Turkish Army, that came down intact from the Janissary force, which it preceded. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 28 July 1893

Sir. Ceo. jr. TioUt Coloma, Wls. All Rim Down A Puzzling Case?-How Health Was Restored Calnad From 133 to I 76 Pounds. " A fow years n;<o my health failed ine, and I consulted sovoral physicians. Not ono could elearly diagnose my enso nnd their modiclns (ailed to giro ro:iof. After much poreuaslon I rommonced to take Hood's Snrsnparilla. Have taken several bottles nnd am much Improved. From an nil run down conditloa I hnvo boon restored to good health. I ormcrly 1 weighed HOC Sarsaparilla RES 135 pounds, now I bnlnnco the scales nt 170 pounds. Hood's Sarsaparilla has been a great benefit to me, nnd I bavu recommended It to fr.ends, who realize good results by its use." Oeo. V.'. Twist, Colomn, Wnuslmra Co., Wls. Hood's i'llls cure Itvcr Ills, slclc henducho, Juuri dlce, Indigestion. Try a box 23 coulf. ~F?" t' 'tfU ' racial) Syrup" I am a farmer atEdom, Texas. I have used German Syrup for six years successfully for Sore Throat, Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Pains in Chest an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 28 July 1893

Victor Bicycles are first in tires and improvements, and lead the world of cycledom. OVERMAN WHEEL CO. BOSTON, IOTOM, DHMVER, SAH pRANCISOOa mmm "Hi" k Our Phaeton Buggy, With Leather Boot nnd Pack ? ? Curtain, and Rubber BiJo J Curtains. Trimming, Green J Leather or Fino Broadcloth. % WHITE rOK PRICKS. | See our Exhibit at tho ? Worhi'a lair. ! i THE DAVIS CARRIAGE COMPANY, Cincinnati, Ohio. eee?eeeee??nee?ee??ee?ot?ee?ee??o?eee????????>???e?e???'??,"?*D Clinch Valley Ncws.l PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Iii Advance.) Ky mail, postage paid, one your. Sl.fiO ISyrnail. jiostugc paid, six lUuutliB, .7."? - I AdvwtiMHK rates furnished on appli? cation. Entered at the Tnsewell (Vn.) nostof (Bee as second class matter. F1HMAY, JULY 28, i SM. CRISP NOT IDLE. Wasiiixoton, July 21?KxSponk ?cr Crisp will arrive in this city tm August 1st On lho night ol Satur? day, August 5tb, the Democraticcau? cus will meet and lie will bo ronouii noted for Speaker. On Monday, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 4 August 1893

fcu?ft, SALT, ?R?GERIES, AND EVEBVTHINO BELONGING IN A Family Grocery St?re BUSTON & S0N8. VOL. XLVII1.N0. 31 LOC/1L AND GENERAL NEWS BRIEFS. Full tine of combs aud brushes at. D. W. Gills & Cos. Mr. T. M. Utiiikins is ill nt bis homo in tho cast cud. Qeo. Dodd is in Bluefield torn porarily with his brother, I. O. Mr. Ralph lzard has sohl his herd of Jerseys to Capt. C. A. Fudge. For lino toilet soaps &C, go to D. "W. Gills & Co's new drug store* Chicago stuck jobbers have had a fearful shaking tin and a number of failures arc reported. Attorney V. L. Sexton lias mov? ed his law office into the Harrisson building, second floor. Judge FaiintIerov,of the Supreme Court, was a guest of TnzowoM friends for some days recently. D. W. Gills & Co havo opened up a now stock of drugs in theStras building opposite the Va. House. Tobacco is injurious ! Stop it bv taking Hill's Clilorhle of Gold Tab lets. All first class druggists sell t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 4 August 1893

TRUTH. There's a hand on tho rudder that wilt not flinch, There's no fc?r in tho Pilot's faoo As He guides tho worlds, Uko boats In n storms. Through tho rocking seas of npncn ; And whothor they mnko the Imrbor at lost Boyond the shoals nnd tho swell, Or sail forever a shoreless sea * I know thnt all Is well,? And I loam theso things from tho heart of tho wood, From tho solomn soul of tho sea;? For never a bird In a wire-bound cago Told all theso things to me. And tho soul of man is a sunward bird . With wings that nro made for flight, To piereo to tho fount of the shin lug dny And float through tho depths of night: And I road these things In thnt Biblo of (Jod Whoso leaves are tho spreading sky And tho logible fneo of the dark green sea, With the eye behind tho eye. For truth is not elosod in tho lids of a book, For Its ohninless soul Is frw, And never a bird la a wlro-bound cage Told all these thiugs to me. For truth surges into tho open heart And into tho willing eye, And streams...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 4 August 1893

Tit* llotica or Daniel Ooono. I Daniel Bconc's remains were Drought back from Missouri and placed beneath a big limestone rock ?looking down upon the Kentucky Biver, but before hiscotlln was scaled his skull was taken out and a cast was made of it The cast of tbo skull of the great pioneer occupies a dusty shelf, in a dusty case In the apart? ment occupied by one of his descend? ants, CL J. Norwood, who Is now Stato Inspector of Mines. Below this room Is the land on ire. In which nro preserved many or tho documents In the way of records of original sur? veys prepared by lloonc himself, writ? ten and signed with his own goose quill, "IX libouc." But it docs not seem that this preservation of a cast of tho skull [of tho hard-headed old pioneer Is Inappropriate.?Courier Journal. _ Thk suitor who gets tho mitten Isn't likely to pronounco tho contest an engagement with soft gloves. Tiik cheapest way to get all tho delicacies of tho season is to cat hash. Et Rs Wot What We Say Hut what Ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 4 August 1893

Wich the only complete bicycle plant in the world, where every part of the machine is made from A to Z, is it any wonder that Victor Bicycles are acknowledged leaders? There's no bicycle like a Victor, and no plant so grandly complete as the one devoted exclusively to the manufacture of this king of wheels. OVftsHvlAM WHEEL CO. BOSTON, WA3HiN3TON, DENVER, BAN PRAWOtOCOi "FIE" I % (Fliest OB.EartUJi 1 ANOTHER NOVELTY. 1 Our Phaeton Buggy, WlthLcathor Boot and Hack Curtain, and jlnbbor Bido Oartatas. Trlmmloir, Groon Leather or Tino Broadcloth. WRITE FOR PRICES. 8eo our Exhibit at tho World'? Fair. THE DAVIS CARRIAGE COMPANY, Cincinnati, Ohio. Clinch Valley News. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. j TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: j IIa Advance.) By mull, pontage paid, one year. ?1.50 By mail, postage ptdd, six months, -TO .Advertising rales furnished on appli? cation. Entered -.1 the Tiuwwell (Va.) postnf "iioc (tu Bnuood class matter. i;Lvli).W. AUGUST I. i?sw! THE PANIC A SENTIMENT, j Mr. M. Ii. Ingal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 11 August 1893

rt?tifi, SALT, GROCERIES, AND EVEHYTIIlNCt UELUNUINQ IN A Family Grocery Store, BUSTON & SONS. VOL. ILVII1. NO. 32 THE CLINCH VALLEY AGRICULTURAL & BREEDERS ASSOCIATION WILL HOLD THE TAZEWELL FAIR At TazeweiA, Virginia, September 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th, 1893. $5,000 in Purses and Premiums. NINETEEN TROTTING, PACING AND RUNNING RACES. Grand exhibition of speed, thoroughbred horses, harness Horses and draft horses, cat? tle, sheep, swine and poultry, agricultural and horticultural products, art and ladies' fancy work, bicycle races, fox chase and va? rious other amusements. Special trains. Cheap rates. Come and be treated well. SAM'L WALTON, Prcst., JAS. o'keepfe, Secretary, Falls Mills, Va. Ta/ewell Va, LOC4L AND GENERAL NEWS BRIEFS. Mrs L. R. Dodd is back from Cnrrol! comity. Full lino, of combs and brushes at D. W. Gills & Co s. Mr. ami Mrs. A. D. W. Walton uro at lending I lie. springs iu Burks Garden. Mr. John W. Spruit died at his home near Lib...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley News — 11 August 1893

EARLY IN THE SPHIKQ. Light toot and tight loot And green grass sproaow Early in tho morning? But hopo Is on nhoal. EtOUt toot and proud foot And gray dust spread*! Early In tho ovonlng, . And hopo lies dead. Long lifo and ?h?rt lifo? Tho last word said? j Early In tho ovonlng, | j Thoro lies tho hod ; Brlof day and bright day And sunset rod, Early in (ho evening Tho stars nro overhead, ?Robert Louis Stevenson, In Serlbnar's. THE EASTERNER'S WIFE, Bx fkancis cnop.cinijTj wim.iams. SAGE BAIt was excit? ed. Six horses wore missing from Hill Hine's drove. Fif Mifct teen minutes nfter "SfciT^a^^^^^ Bill had reported hin ^^gplitiSP'T*?^? loss nt the bor a ff^Bf^MfifTln party had found the ^^^^j^rWs^il trail and ridden off ff^r^^n>m^v^$ toward the south " ' "* ' west. Presently, B3- they woro crossing a wet bit of land in a hollow, Bill, who led tho party, looked sharply at the hoofprints sunk deep in tho soil and reined up quickly. "Look nt thet shoo mark'" ho ex? claimed, poin...

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