The Oregon Scout. s a, YOL. III. UNION, OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1SS0. NO, 26. mmiiimiiMniiiw mmmntttrtm 11 4 THE OREGON SCOUT. An independent wocklv Journal, Issued overy Saturday by JONES & CHANCET, Publishers and Proprietors. , K. .Tones, I Editor, f j n. CitA.vcr.v, ( Torciuun. rates or suuscuirnoN: One copy, ono year ?l CO " Six months 1 1X1 " Threo months "." Invariably cash tn wlvnnce. If by any chance mbfcrlptions are not paid lHI end of year, two dollar') will bo charged. Kutes of advertising- made known on appli cation. Correspondence from all parts of tho county Jtoliclted. Addrefs nlloommiinlcntlons to A. K.Joues, Editor Oregon Scout, Union, Or. Lodge Directory. Grand ItosnE Vai.i.ev LdtxiK. So. ftf. A. F. and A. M. Meets on tho second and fourth Baturdayg of each month. W.T. WHIG f IT, V. M. A. LEVY, Secretary. Umox Lonnn, No. 30. 1. 0. O. F. ItPRiilar tnectiinrs on Friday evening of each week at their hall In t'nlon. All Inethren in Kood ftntidlnK are Invited to attend. Ily onlor of tho lodce. Q. A. THOMPSON, N. G. CHAS. B. MI M.Kit, Secy. Church Directory. M. K. Ciiuncit Divine service evorr Sunday nt II n. in and" p. tn. Suudny school at 3 p. m. Prayer tneetlnir every Tnurday evonlnjr atC:30. JIEV. O. M. lltWIN, Pastor. PiiFSin-TKHiAN Ciinncii Heijular church iervices every Sabbath morn In if and evening. Prnyer meotinir ouch week on Wednesday evening. Sabtmth school every Subbath at 10 a. m. Nov. II. Vkkno.v Hick, Pastor. St. .Tohm's Episcopal Cnuiicii Service rcry Sunday at 11 o'clock a. in. ItEV. V. It. Powkll. Hector. Count)' Officers. Jildfrc O. V. Coodull Sheriff A.N. Hamlltou Cleric . V. Neill Treasurer E. 0. Ilrnlnnrd Fcliool guiorintondent J. I.. Hlndinan Surveyor..., M. Austin Coroner. Aibotson COMMISSION Ul9. JonnClirisman.... J- A. Hnmblo State Senator L. H, 'dnchurt REfULXEMTATIVES. F. D. McCully E. K. Taylor City piUeorf, Mayor ,....'... .. t). 11. Hoes . COUNCtl.MKtf. '".i.Pui'EdI W. X). Ile.'dloman Elliott J. H. Thoinimon kino. Kennedy Ai Icyv Hecordpr M. F. Davis Marshal , E. E. ates Treasurer J. 1). Carroll Street Commissioner Ij. Eaton I'HOI'ICSSIONAL. J. R. CU1TES, ATTOKINEY AT LAW. Collecting and probato practice specialties Ofllco, two doors south of Postofllcc, Union, Oregon. R. EAKIN, Attorney at Law and Notary Pulilic. Office, ono door south of J. B. Eaton's storo Union, Oregon. I. N. CROMWELL, M. D., Physician and Surgeon Onice, ono door south ot J. 1J. Eaton'sstoro, Cnlou, Oregon. A. E. SCOTT. M. D., trnrvsECiAiv a:ve sojkgeo:, Haspormanontly loontod nt North Powder, trhcrono will una wer all oalls. M. Uatcer. .'J. T. Eakek. BAKER & BAKER, .Attorneys anil Conusellors at Law, AND REAL ESTA'lE AGENTS. La Gkande, Ohegon. D. B. REES, Notary Public -AND- Conveyancer. OFFICE State Land Offlco building; Union, Union County, Oregon. II. F. BURLEIGH, Attorney a I.nw, ICcjiI Estate and Collecting Ajjcnt. Land Oflice Business a Specialty. Office at Aider, Union Co., Orogon. JI6SE IIAIIDESTV, J. W. 6 II ELTON SHELTON & HARDEST!, AXXOIOEYH AT JLAW. Will practice in Union, linker, Grant, Umatilla and Morrow Counties, also in the Supreme Court of Oregon, the District, Circuit and Supreme Courts of the United States. Mining and Corporation bunincss a ape. cialty. Offices in Union and Cornucopia, Oregon. Sjrii Blossom Jiaotwhtt Uatutllj called Bitten, tbe Uklncof nlch. In nuajr Intuueri. n oul, a Pr?tt for drink Inc. but free from alcoholic Hmulinn. nd U m effl cloui In lu rriulU torn Infant u totniduli. It will cot fall In curlnr Ml OK. U l-iX iaji I! Mi tax dtaeaae artalBc frm a dlaurdered iw-atcfc. 5PRIMR Rl fKQllM Oar- I Boar Btom. Wl UlaVUUUIII &JitkFoalmtL SHINGLES. ITnvinc leaned tho sliitislo mill l)plon;ing tn L. 15. Kinrhtirt, we nrt? prepatvil ti fur nish n superior ()tnlity nni! lunku ot hin gles at the follow 1:13 rates: Dolivorcd ut Union, At tho Mills, $3.25 Per II $3.00 Per M Wo repcclfu!'v solicit n nhnre of the pntrotmgo. " KOi:i NS A HOi'.KUTS. A. L. CODB, M. D.f PHYSICIAN m SURGEON. Havinc prnianctitly located in Alilcr, Union county, Ori-.'on. will Ik- found rendy to attend to iiiIIm in nil the vnrioiw towns and settlements of Wnllowu vnlley. Chronic Il-o!iK4'.H ti ri'el:iJty. JO"Mv motto w: "Live and let live." A. C. CRAIG, Proprietor. (Union Depot, Oregon.) Splendid nceninnindntiom for comrner cinl men. Til)!ea nlwnya aupplied with the best the mnrket nffonls. IIot and Co mi MiNi:it.o. IUtiis"3 KENTUCKY LIQUOR STORE AIVO S(3A IMCTOUY. Cor, Main and T Sts., - Union, Oregon. MIIClt.ll.AN A:1H.LUV, rropK. Jfnnufiicturers nnd donlcrs in Soda Water, Sitrnaparillii, Oiimer Ale, Cream Soda nnd Chainpngne Cider, Syrups, etc. Orders promptly filled. I W. DIGGERS, M. D PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Union, Union County, Oregon. Ofitceon A street. Residence thre doors south of the Court House. Special attention given to Surgical prac tice. W. R. JOHNSON, CONTRACTOR AND BU'LDER Main Street, Union, Oregon. finitlona for DwellincR. Hums nnd Uridges furnished FllKU OF CHAKGli. Bridge Building a Specialty- All kinds ot Cabinot Work neatly execu ted. Repairing done cm short notice. Nono but tho best workmen employed, and satisfaction guaranteed. Call wid interview me. FRUIT AND SHADE APPLE, PKAR, PLUM, PRUNE, PEACH APIUOQ'V. CUA1JAPPLH, CHICKRY. SHRUBBERY . AND SHADE TRELS Of Yell Cinown varieties, f-uitalite for this climate. Can also furnish foreign sorts at one'third tho price asked by eastern can vassers. I desire to sell trees at price that poaple can afford to buy. L. J. HOUSE, Cove, Oregon. Or. Van Monciscar 132-134 Third Umi, Portlani, Oregon IS a regular graduate In medicine; has "been longer engaged in the special tr-cnt-ment of nil Venereal, Sexual and Chronic Diseases than any other physician intlio West, as city papers show, 11 ml old resi dents know; $1,000 reward for any-c.io which he fails to cure, coming under hia treatment, by following his directions. DK. VAN is the most successful Cntawh, Lung and Throat Doctor in America. He will tell you your trouble -without asking you a single question, and WAItltANTt) PEIiMANENTC'URE in the followingcases; NERVOUS DEBILITY, Spermntorrlnen, Seminal Losses, Sexual Decay, Failing Memory. Weal; Eyes, Stunted Develop ment, Lack of Energy, Impoverished Blood, Pimples, Impediment to. Marriage; also Wood and Skin Diseases, Syphilis, Eruptions, Hair Falling, Hone I'aius, Swell ings, Soro Throat, Ulcers, Effects of Mer cury, Kidney and Bladder Troublei, Weak Back, Burning Urine, Incontinence, Gonor haia, Gleet, Stricture, reoelvcs searching treatment, prompt relief nnd euro for life. NERVOUS Diseases (with or without dreams), DUeaseddlsrhnrgescured prompt ly without hindrance to business. BOTH SEXES consult confidentially. If in trouble call or write. Delays are dang erous. Diseapes of the Eye or Ear, Ulceration or Catarrh, internal or external, Deafness or ParalysU, Singing or Roaring Noises, Thickened Drum, etc., permanently cured. LOST MANHOOD perfectly restored. CANCERS AND TUMORS permanently removed without the knife or caustic. Medicine compounded and furnished to all patients nt olllce strictly pureand vege table. Guarantee of vkuuaukst cures in all cases undertaken. Consultation free and strictly confidential. All correspon dence promptly attended to; medicine sent by express to miy address free from expos ure. Call or address Private Dispensary, Nob. 132-134 Third St., Portland, Oregon. Terms strictly cash. Office hour 8 a ta. to S p. m. W. CAFPS, M. D.f Surgeon ai HomeopatMc Physician. L'.sio.v, OllKGON. Will go toanypnrt of Eastern Oregon when solicited, to pet form operations, ot tor consultation. medicine irurnlftlif-d 1 Itliout Ultra Cliurur. Oflice adjoining Jones Bros.' Store. Geo. Wuioiit, President. W. T. WmniiT, Cashier. or UNION, : : : OREGON. Does a Genernl Banking Business. Buys nd sells exchange, and discounts com mercial paper. Collections carefully attended to, nnd promptly reported. 2 - is c'3 c .ti CO a w o I o a o z 0 6 Z g S O a fw & 5 0 UT -c to 0.9 tn a a) 3 tn .2 B 1 Q i s 2.5 2 v. a OS u o o S el si 0 CD 3 3 0) h: a a. P-t MASON HAMLIN OreauB Plniios are Unexcelled "XT-mm enn savo From $10 to HOU on tho X. OTX purchase of an lnetrumont by burlnK turouch W.T. WltlGIIT, Agent. Union, Oga Laundiy Queen- The Best Washing Machine in the World. S. M. WAIT, Proprietor. Walt Bros., Agents for Uuion County. This mnchino is without doubt tho best in existence, and gives entire satisfaction wlinrui'Ap trtpfl Tliiw limrlliliM 1M ill Mtfrr.k at J. B. EATON'S STORE, where tticy can be bouuliL at any time. Try the Laundry tucen. k & la k k Tonsorial Rooms Two doors south ot .Tones Bros.' tore, Union, Oregon. J. M. Johnson, PnopRiETon. Hair cutting, shaving and shampooing cone neatly and In the best style. CITY : MEAT v MARKET Main Street, Union, Oregon. Benson Bro.'b . PitorjiiRToiui. Keep constantly on hand BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON SAU SAGE, HAMS, LARD, ETC IAL :- HOTEL Union, Oregon. Dan. CiUNDixn, PnorniETOH Hating recently purchased this hotel and refitted it throughout, I am prepared to accommodate the hungry public in first class style. Call had see tue. Laicok Sam vui Booms for the accommodation of ouiiucrviul travcicm iftsn.:t. I'mh r lior limine! 1 k'ssed her, V 1 drr her linniiet of straw -It iioidil not have been M range had I miss ed her. For but hit ti of her visngo 1 saw. A glinippt' of her chin and her dimple And her none showed its et:iisite tip; Ami it seomed so remaikahly simplu To carom tight there on hor lip. And under that mighty poke bonnet I dived tor a moment of IiIIhs You miiy waijer ynur unnlrobo upon it, 1 delivered a lightuing-Hpced kiss. Yes. under her bonnet I kissed her And somehow -the bonnet xhows how 1 found thai it was her Boston-bred sister. There are two girls don't speak tome HUM. Oakland Echoes. DXCLE HEUBES'S WILL Pretty Horn Darlington locked up with a sigh. "Tho last sixpence is none," she said, "and tliere isn't any parnliiu to eook dinner with. Mnb, what are wo goinn to do?" There wore several shades of anxiety in her faee, as she glanced at her sis ter, who was even prettier, and who was busily arranging a mop of curly hair, under a rather shabby-looking straw hat and brown veil. "All our trinkets aro gone," she added, "yes, oven mamma's watch, that we prized so much. Oh, I shall never forget how thu old clock maker, to whom we took it, haggled about the price." Her sister arched her black eye brows, and pursed upherlips, with cor responding anxiety; butshe answered, incouracingly: "Never mind, dear. It ain't dinner time yet, nnd I am going to tho oflico to see if there is any answer to our advertisement. There must bo ono by this time, I think; and, if the worst como to tho worst, perhaps the crocer will trust us for a loaf ot bread, and the oilman for somo paraffin. We've been regular customers, you know." The sisters were orphans. They oc cupied a tiny back room in tho third story of Mrs. Sharkey's lodging houso. As long as Mab had kept her situation as cashier in tho stores, with a salary oi five-and-twenly shillings, they had nmnaued to "keep tho wolf from tho door." A little paraffin stove, with ono burner, sufficed to cook their simplo meals. For tho rest, their furniture was of tho plainest nnd their dress tho most economical. Dora did copying and directing envoi opes, whenever sho could get any to do, which was not very often; but this helped, littlo as it was. Now, how over, Mab had lost her situation, through tho failure of tho firm where sho was employed, and tney were re duced to almost absolute starvation. But, in tlio meantime, Mab had ad vcrtised for another situation, and was in daily hope of mooting with suc cess. Sho was by nature cheerful, and always looked on tho bright sido of things. Yet, so far, her hopes had not been realized. "Oh, dear," sighed Dora to herself, as sho sat down to mend a rout in her own lawn dress," "I bono Mab will get somothing to-day. It seems as though " "Good luck, Dora! Good luck! Good lurk!" cried Mab, bursting into the room, her lips and cheeks glowing brightly, and her hazel-brown eyes dancniK with loy and excitement. "Uh such good luck! You can't begin to cuess it. "Have you got a situation?" cried Dora, excitedly. "A situation? No, not a shadow of one. Hub I've gob something forty times better. Look," nnd eho held up a legal looking document, which sho had taken out of a long yellow envel ope. . "What is it?" asked Dora, breath lessly. "You may well ask what. It's a copy of Undo Heiiben's last will and testament, in which ho bequeaths to us his farm in Sussex. And there's three hundred pounds coining to us lesides, which wo can got by calling on Lawyer I'ierson to-morrow," finished Mab, excitedly. "Oh, Mab! Oh! oh! A houso, and farm, and threo hundred pounds!" cried Dora, more excited now than oven her sister. "We'll go and live there. I've alwayn been crazy to live in the country, nnd have two or three acres, a cow, and somo chickens, and a garden" "Yes," broke in Mab, 'wo will. Hut, oh, Dora," with a sudden look of compunction, "nil thistimowehaven't thought of poor Undo Iteuben and lie's dead." "Why, to ho sure, wa have not," answered Dora, suddenly becoming serious. "But, of course, wo aro sor ry ho died. I am, I'm sure. But, then, seeing we nover saw him in our lives, wo couldn't expect to feel very eorry, you know." Both girls tried to keep front feeling too elated, as they disposed of their scanty stock of furniture, Jind made preperations to tako possession of their new estate." A few weeks after, and tho sisters nlighted at tho elation to which they had been directed as nearest to the farm, ami asked their way of the por ter. "Mr. Iteuben Boy ton's, mum miss?" hestammured. gazing admiring ly at tho two bright-faced girls who smiled back at, him. "Certainly, mum miss, I should say. You tako that there road, agoing by tho mill there, fur about n mile; an' then turn ollon tho right-hand road.fur a nurther mile an' a half, nigh about; an' you'll come to Mr. Boyton's house. Its tho first house on that road, so you can't miss it." "Thank you very much," roturned botli tho girls, as they started on their walk, tho elder leading tho way, and the other following with tho little unch-bnskct. The fresh. ozone-lnden snringt imo air, the wild purple verbenas, and the tall bluespikes 01 larkspur, by the roadside; the blackbirds trilling and fluttering in the branches overhead, and no A and then a grey squirrel with a bushy tail, running nimbly up the trunk of some great tree, and peeping coyly at them from ins leafy retreat; all formed a novel nnd charming experience. "Hero is tho road going to tho right." cried Dora, at last. " How green and grassy it is. It doesn't seem to have been traveled much," replied Mab. I he road because, perhaps, 01 not being much traveled was an unusual ly pleasant one, with the trees arching overhead, and the sunlight sifting through in threads of tangled gold. "There it is, cried Mali, as the" came in sight of a substantial brbws farmhouse, shaded by elms and oak& that stood on a green lawn a shor distance ahead. "And only see, Dora; a big walnut, right by the front gate! llow picturesque it is:' Hurrvinc to tho house, now more eager than over, t hey crossed tho wide porch, festooned with honeysuckles and purple-llowered wistarit vines. Here Mali seized t ic trout door knoo; but, to her consternation, it was locked. "Oh, Dora! we forgot to ask Lawyer Pierson for tho key," she cried, regret fully. "And it's locked." 'Dear me! what shall we dor' asKeu Dora, looking despondent. But Mab, always fertile in resources flow to tho back door, which, tn her dolight, yielded with a touch; and the gins were soon uisuiu iiiuruumy kiluii en. "How nice and neat it all is," said Mab; "and a real old-fashioned dress er, Dora, full of dishes, too." "And uist look at the pantryi" re turned Dora, exultantly; "so nice and liulit. and such wide shelves. It's snlendid!" "And a cupboard lull 01 dry nro wood," ejaculated Mab, fairly dancing around, such was her delight. "Let's got somo dinner, do I'm as hungry as a raven; and then we'll ex- nloro round. I'll make a nro and cook tho steak, while you set tho table and make somo tea," and taking an apron from tho lunch-basket, Mab tied it around her trimwaist, and proceeded to kindle a hreintnouigcooKing-siovu, while. Dot a drow out tho old-fash ioned dining-tablo and Bprcad on it the Turkey-red tamccioui wiucn nicy had broutih twith them. "Give 1110 an onion, do; I saw somo in the pantry," said Mab, as sho put tho stake in a largo iron skellot, which hung on tho wall, and placed it over inogiowing 1110. "oieaK muvurou 1um.11 nicer flavored with alittlo onion." Dora brought tho onion, and also a jnr of something which sho had tounu on the pantry-8hoit. "Tinned peaches!" sho announced, A 1. ll.. ! tlwt In. iriuinpuaiiuy, uuor insputmifc; hi bel. "I am goin to open 'em, Mab. and put somo on the table; they'll bo nice with our pickles and cneeso." "So they will," said Mab, turning her steak. The tablo was already set, and Mab dishing up the steak, when a step at tho kitchen arrested their attention. Looking up simultaneous, they behold a tall young man on tho thres hold, looking them curiously, and with a little amusement. Mab it was who was tho first to speak. "To what wo indeptod for this visit, sir?" she demanded, with dignity. "Visit!" ho echoed, looking straight at Mab, with evident admiration of her spirit. "Well, I hardly call it a visit, to como into my own houso." "Your houso!" cried Mab, with somo asperity, "Why, this is our houso. sir; ours, I say! Wo hayo Undo Iteu ben's will, giving it to us, hero in this basket." "Excuso me," returned tho young man, with an amused smile; "but I don't sco how your Undo Iteuben, or anybody elso could givo you my prop erty, when I bavo nover sold it." "But but isn't this where Mr. Phillip Boyton lived?" It was Dora who now spoko falteringly and doubtfully' for sho began to tear that they had made a mistake. "No, miBB," returned the youngman respectfully, turning to her; "Mr. Boyton's houso is further along on tho next road. My name is Bortltwjck. My mother is dead, my sisters married, and I livo a bachelor lifo here by myself. You can easily find out that I am not deceiving you, if you'll ask any of tho neighbors," "Oh, myl" cried Mab, clasping her hands. "Wo'vo mado a mistake," sighed Dora, "and wo beg your pardon. What will you think of us for taking possession of your house?" "And wo'vo cooked your onion, and opened a tin of peaches," confessed Mab, in accents of wild remorse," and burned up all your nice firewood." Their host broke into a hearty laugh. 'Never mind; you are entirely omo to it all, and nrore, too. io said. "Come, I see you've got iltnrv.a eady. I was expecting to cool, mbitr myself. ill you let. me snaro iu wait . you?" "Oh, thanks. That will oo joiiy, ried Mab, brightening up at onctMiatB clapping her hands. So they ai! tx sat down. Tho meal proved a romy one. Chnrlie enioved tho steak nu& ill as ho thought he never hadcmoreS. a meal before. "It was all that partfr's fault, Tor directing us wrong, pouted Mab. "Tho road vou turned oil on in nut tho regular country rond,'' explaintwl Charho. "It's one I made for my on.. use, the other is about half n imte further on; but, if you'll wait fox s quarter of an hour, I'll get my tr-str and drive you over myself," addt mischievously, "so that you remit, make any more mistakes," and, toUj out waiting for a reply, ho hurried oat to tho stables. The ride was a short one nntl Amu and Dora soon in possession cf tJiiai new home. It proved, however to only a small house. But it was atsrt and snug enough, though iu- no means so roomy and situs tuntmi as tho handsome dwclMrcuj. tUfy had at first appropriated. StilS ifcmvv a home, and the sisters psocooded tc i make themselves as comroctawo sur possible. A cow was soom inutaStiS in the littlo stable, fowls cacl:Ud;fc7 sang in tho barnyard, and &bvs?:c was soon nmue. rhreo months of experience, liotr- over, .uinceu to snow rnn girta- wan. farm lifo is not without its ataaAxsnt tages, at least for "lone women" and those used only to cities. Tho cow persisted in straying ovur the fields instead of coming homenliyjaW ly, in orthodox fashion, to bo milked. Tho liens hid their nests where Xhey, could not lio found-rill tho fo-ojrgrAKas and the clumps of burdock and wiVc linzel bushes. Tho neighboring fxm ers' young pigs broko into-the-RlMt and destroyed the marrowfat jawwr and thu early-rose potatoes; and 4;t last tho girls been 1110 quite discocr- aged. Charlio Borthwick has beer w sympathizing friend all along. Osr& day lio called and found Mab, nltma and rather despondent, tying up sls ono solitary rosebud they hadrin-jiM which, byo tho bye, had been a. jpSt lrcm Charlie himself. "I fear something is the matter,' Jb said; "yon look so sad. What as 5x2 Can I can a poor fellow like me lt3jt you?" Mab shook her head, and bgmi So make up a little bouquet to hulo htzr embarrassment. At last she BiiicL looking fixedly at her ilowers: Ve wo can't got along on lit -farm, and so we've determined to seEL out nnd go bnck to the city " "Then don't don't go," urged Chnr lie. He, also, had been embarraMB,. and had been gathering roses, ioo Dropping his flowers and tnkius one of Mali's little hands in his, lie musk "Stay here, Miss Mab, and and ice-oyvj wifo. Nay, don't turn away" Rwresvali. . I fell in lovo with you tho- very fire., time I saw your face, it wjjs-bo brighft . and cheery, and you wen always sc helpful. Why, it breaks my hrcart tc -see you despondent now. Oh, if jnnm. would only bo my wifo I would 3a everything to make you happy" But why go on? Before long the Boy ton place was vacant again, and Mab nnd Dora were bnck in tUe.old Borth wick farmhouse Dora lived with hor dialer until as rich, young gentleman farmer sn this neighborhood fell in lova-with her one day as ho was riding by and saw ba nt tho edge of a wheat fie?d giaihraaag? flowers nnd making them into w Rwr Innd; nad before another spring rofleS round, she too, was "Wooed nil' married an a"' Tho Progress of Opinion. A sea-captain tolls the following an ccdoto about a shipmate who suce&rai panied him on one of his whaling voy ages; Stiles was a simple-hearted trans parent young fellow, nnd when tWjr sailed, had been "paying nttassv tion for somo tinio to a younp: fculy. who, he had reason to think, dS&t aot fully reciprocate his ardent feehxs. At all eventB tho parting on her piurl wus not so affectionate as ho could wisli, and ho was impressed with t&tt . beliel that sho only kopt him xsiu.' standby, in default of a better offer- "I don't believe," Stiles would say with a despondent shako of his hesdL "I don't believe Ann Jones 'll liavje. me, anyhow." When they had been out 5enr months, and had met with Jair mw cc3h, Stiles tono was modified; 'Jbts burden of his monologne- olmrgwl' or; Well, Idon'nobnt whafctea. Jataiw Ml have me, after alL" With 1,000 barrels of-oil undeVhatui es, he became still moi'o hopeful "Chanco is pretty good for. Am Jones," ho would suy; "pretty g&sdL .now." At 1,000 barrels ho had ussiih! jt self-satisfied manner, and soiiloquM. "I guess there's no danger bat wkfefc, Ann Jones '11 havo me now." At 2.000 barrels; "Ann Jones Ml be glad enough iegi& 4no now. I know." When they cut up tlw UAl vihtii that was to itlltth6YC8ser hoM, mm squared away tor- heme, buw threw r. t i i a 1 . . : .. ... : . v. i 1 - jus nab 111 ui u-ir iv im it nun yell of triumphfoxclaiming; '111 be hanged if I'll knvtt Am anyhow."