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Gettysburg Compiler (Newspaper) - January 8, 1880, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania g II J WAUL 13 Two pur minimi M TWti AMI Ill i Hum it nl Un 1 hi puli nil HIV mien who by 1 or 01 to largest or dispatch Inn manner mill ul the a lew doors i oil thl iysliuivrmniillcrOlllcu on UK H H and G R STAHLE Editor and Proprietor York York J Hlibun a in II mi iiK 7 if S III 111 i in r n II IT II INI iw in m ii H JO niuklniC'iirillniiry I in s m i n linn In u In station Al I H Wl mkL on M H l AND In Can 1 limi nil ul Ihu lowem well ol Al Ihn oh I choice Family imd Tollmen I L IDS H Family vania Railroad DIVISION GETTYSBURG PA THURSDAY JANUARY THORN you nn As UK Ami II von winil too will null we'll Un lor you Inn done car K Him IH note lake ml in on short Oil i AND jilt mnl In Toys inn o n nn tin ul J A iii 7 IH la Inu al low Ae MRS sired lu Oilier 11.1 H II I'M No un I'll of Hill at of in hh Ilio A luu Iv on h u I T ic in for aui y nt I mill i J P hi lor Ir i V M k r York f York Kinross en N c u it 11 II 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than is eflisctiiall This wasa kiml n no In be condemned It wa ami in labor i Unit If there was or if was all alike In limes f pencil had II luyn uf Ju to iho ru- mentioned In they hml of enjoy that were of Their were of so- ul public or Ainone nodal were foul leaping ill playing ball game now introduced 10 whitcH under he 11111110 of names wore indulged in t merely fur Iho hoy to and They IIH a dis- train to introduction of Ignore the Iwid mill of Hie tlie they for more a century of the formi Our treatment of the will be regarded UH one of the pages of mir wo think of they onco are now and aie enough lo confess lion the fault of the sad may be more lenient in our judgments of whom nill and mny to more just and generous in our attempts what in our day is known Indian problem Atml Who on earth could have guessed Jt was n to im- oil H did not to Dint if Inul noted Ihn lady as Allic did it would not have made nny At last she down when her mint met lier as if seen her fure Not one allusion was lo the ney until it was time their aunt l home wben in KINDNESS WINS Well snid Allie Uean IIH foWed licr oiler dropped of relief Tin sorry lo spoil our here hut 1 suppose we must lio I her sister Ullio J you one bit of sense I J rather we nhall would spoil any visit or a dip into Aunt Helen's pocket lint it looks and yon know we much about Aunt Helen But wo care for money I don't I do very turned ami looked intently at her ki co icy were lave walked up to Allie luid her hand on be shoulder ami in my heiress Here is the witb u true heart just as ready to cure for a plain old us for a rich aunt who leave a fortune shall have because she is Allie's mid her mother also bnl Allie gii with me and a little into be life of a lonely old woman and at her loath have all die loaves Will you Yes Allie would and poor selfish was left to mourn bat sho loo had not Unit wins NUMBER 16 AN OLD TIME TRAGEDY ufH A IX OP NOW TDK IS Among the Scotch-Irish In Washington county in was a family named who occupied a able form and house the ter was engaged lo u young farmer of Iho neighborhood On a Saturday evening in having her week's work she dressed herself tidily and to visit her married sister who lived members of West Virginia Legislature lately twilt the sleeping mnl urn were crowded and the two had to in one One was fill the other A AT WM t en pn Hot 1 11 Hni DAVID WILLS rij II doors south ol e o will bo spared on our purl r town or will bu Mr will run the car IH IIK had In run for W Cruss lor Ihn n years Hoods euro uiui Also In OK of nil WM WIBLE I tr AGENT NEW OXFORD Pay tho DUSTMAN linn ami nil other brands of prime liny his on hi depot 1 N N 1 JIA Wholesale and neater In leo anil A J SMITH H i ANt mo St Ihu wull done I'm m diop In II K CUM IM to Ills stock of lino ami ul his slote struct near No to show bo anew mid stock Ac ul old Miami and asks All Koods sola on for Drop In JOHN M KRAUTH A AT W I'll all w In the blory of lier life tho ilians Alary jives us bere and there of the way tho lived In times rjf peace und in limes of war her for our I pone to into view the anil I lie of these children of thu American Wo will look ul them they were morn limn one hundred yean before their contact with the whites and their condition run IN or have been comparatively few whence he Hie life and of the of in limes of peace Thi bud not then with them to any extent Occasionally traders would visil their towns their was short Knw and then a captive toil ami hardship and skill In at least one of their lions both sexes took mi This mis social dance the hence of other tho whole company in a men standing cruel and side by side would strike the ground quickly first with heel ami then with Uio toes of one font and repeat Uio motion with the other foot without their lion The kept their feet close lordlier ami without raising them from the ground moved a short to the right and then to Ihu lull by first moving their toes and then their heels Alary Unit Ibis dance was nnd decency Their or festivities con- in and exhibition of mimic The their and pro worn in a thai the military reviews of limos They would form the my and perform many other their skill in tho use of and knife thereby keeping in the theory of Indian wister f wonder if yon are going crazy she exclaimed Let mo tell you ing and thai wo leave In three hours swept her cashmere flounces out of the room gillie and Allie were the daughters of a widow in An aunt who united her brother's for- tune to her own had no one nearer than these two girls to whom to leave it She lid not live near them and never had oared much for Thu two girls were away spending n few weeks with a friend They were win I for to return instantly and tho ter had just been ed when our story When the two girls stepped into ihu train they were obliged lo take the only heat which was in front of an old lady in u plain suit with a huge veil over her bonnet in for it said Allie ashamed of myself I'm sure you will be lean the fat man snored und the lean man therefore lay awake At about midnight the legislator could stand no longer the breathing of his mate and arose and sat by he lire An old lady entered and wanted a place bleep Goto my Die sardonic loan ne 1 left my little boy there 1 shall sit up 1 mnH of legislative So the lady went to the berth disposed of useless clothing mid laid down mice on July III J oro St I and sons r a Machine all kinds Hou t imn oils K I'll KYK i Y FLAX TIMOTHY nnd will for at profits H I DACON Soups Tur nil the to Ihu for punt hu H J MYERS I ALSO 1 tr solicits a J William or and I business under the of Jos t To al old stand of Ilio lilniiiinnl nmi HI IM on baud at all u lull FRESH GROCERIES of IVan li Also and Sull on Spkes Also In Him of In a all or will be sold ut I he lowest ash ip market puhl for I SI next 10 ThOBo nr ur ship nru to rail KI WM Mini Kuril wilu ut his ul all lor iM OT is sun limiting In lib u or Dry ut low fun cunt tio lo show Cull W A SCOTT k AT LAW D McCONAUGHY I AT W I'll to suits am of All n anil lo Hank Vind Ilio it a HART GILBERT AT will will i Wills corner or J LAWRENCE HILL M D 1 i L SV n mi uru Invited April ir ii Is In In nil mill io Tho Is supplied llh Iho K ON has it of mid which but mill tit to suit HID J In u lho lo i iiiy Dr J ii 18711 Dr J J of will visit Isln m thu ir Dr C E would ro- Hull In will IMI In on unit unit in to In his or all work In m u low miHl or I ho fill hoi In In Now loril In T o Mur tr Kesn A le The piddle urc Invited lo 1 or SIMON TO s A siress n nil lu m iho old stand on York Invites a of iho or iho FAT STOCK BOOK u l i ii r IhU liM'I'Inri.iirory.lwlw'BHurilwnromoi'o Ihn hired ul In lo nil A llu liiK ul Ihu old Prime ul warn on unit unit nur custom K hit u Kumar Hour nl on No lu nil wild bv the kepi S U mnl Hull Is runty lo bis The continued oner In woolen mich I cloths Ac i und ut low prleus Dr T V S QUIGLEY X Ills nr New would ho and lo friends but mich had neither lime nor opportunity even if they had the nation lo much he were to he roll out and did not readily converse with the on uny mailers thu of their people Having dwell aniuiiK thorn for three score years und ten and having IIH one of them Jumison was to give an nf Indian life and bulb full and worthy an is not easily where found The political or of the Indiana were viz tribes nations nnd confederacies Several tribes constituted a nation several ed u confederacy The confederacy wan by a council Iho were ruled by a national council the were ruled by These chiefs the higher councils tribe bud two chiefs one of whom was lie other hereditary The Inker superintended all the civil of the tribe assented to all conveyances of land and was consulted on every subject of importance The chief who ed by the people and who could bu re- moved by at pleasure ed Iho unicorns of the tribe and In war It'll lite warriors to battle ol a tribe acted in concert and their decision wan law for the The of their government was attended with no expense There were no salaried officials und were no luxes Mich tribe had a distinct section of country which was ila exclusive domain Tho families lived in one own or more according to the numerical strength of Hie tribe Kaeli family bad U.s own own field In or In Man would on- in war with each us tian nations have done und are yot doing The causes of mich warn were various A wrong done by a member tribe it member of another nr a collision be- tween different hunting on llu Aunt Helen's choice and it's no use for me tn mound her I've a great mind logo back Who is going to bang around her? however you are right She'll bu likely to choose me for you never try to make anything Well J am willing she should You will take care of mumma I Haid Allic Of course r bhall have to do that And yon too me thank you I'll be u teacher ently boy kicked Then Die lady patted him on the back nnd Lie still sonny pa mid I might sleep along with yon Oh roared tho boy nc but a bison who are you? I ain't a boy I'm a member of he Went Virginia The lady went into a swoon nor could die be till promised her that be would have the lean one im- peached about five miles distant intending U on She lied up her Sunday gown and hat in a ered handkerchief and carried her shoes and in the othe hand meaning to walk in her bare feet and to put them on when she came tion after the canny Scotch fashion She left home about seven o'clock in order to havo the cool evening for her walk the road in the farm lonely and The girl did not home on Monday but no alarm was fell us the family thought her sister would probably wish lo her for a few days and it was not until latter part of the week that it was found sho lud never been at her Bister's The country was scoured lint in vain the alarm spread and ed u degree of tenor in the peaceable domestic community would seen inexplicable to eity people to whom tin newspaper has brought a budget of every morning since To children raised in those lonely hamlets and murder was a un- real horror usually all they knew of it was from the doings and Abel set on with hideous in the family Bible tint Baby The following a of from Hie of Hint writer and humorist ry W Josh Billings It tinest examples of n t be language The lias one of the stars of life and ever since lirM ne was in the of Kden down little of they avis never failed to Iw a of oy an of much lo wake up some i morning see a pair fsoa eyes Inlo yours to iow ho much couM have beni in- to you to search out r tbe in the sweet little ami the survey in un instant of us u angel lies before you lo with the golden Cmd this little s this that makes the the joy f all feurt of the heart To e pain mother again by vely limn new in her eye to bear of her us e tells now Willie to love for her more than ever d to And oft times a prayer oil your is this that makes tho buby u To union on your rosebush to the rel of your lo hear Iho rm of kind friends and to give your hours to it is this makes Die first baby a gift that An- goln brought you To look Uio truck that life see the shine and lo shrink from the shudder when on and Iw toned when death it is this that makes thn lint baby a upon earth und u gem up in heaven for the bust common hunting ground would some limes result in a bloody war between two Or some strong tribe proud and haughty in its strength and ambitious of sovereignty would enter upon a career of lumpiest As their battles were hand to hand conflicts nnd they wero ate lighters few prisoners would be taken and the slain far outnumbered ed In all their buttles they fought lo gain a decisive and an overwhelming victory II was in their wars with the whiles Hint Iho Indians gained their unenviable reputation for barbarous We shudder as we read of they committed upon their helpless captives In their upon tho frontier ments they often innocent and unresisting women und children there woro whites who wore guilty of Iho same savagery Whim the Jemison ly was butchered in the year 1755 in that dark and dismal somewhere west of three French diers were present who sanctioned if they did not take part in the bloody tragedy The Indians Iho dying and the dead in order that they might exhibit trophies of their prowess White did the same thing for Die same rests upon the Indians is on account of nr but 1 won't be dependent on Allie stopped and broke into of lier low soft laughs What are you at the heiress In prospective I was thinking how funny it would be if after nil Aunt should mime one else lo leave her money lo and eel us out in services to tlic of flml and vie uni of u unit In H K of la Jy IN A 1.1 lit MAGAZINES Hi kinds of at lowest C E I ir I'll AT LAW 111 In up and oilier AT his now Kilns anil next to thu best v IKON on Wunt street 1st In Die bv Jt IX Hml l ir Dr JOHN J BROWN AND lilin mull hy DII Jim II in II OM ni und lor all i lliu u 111 foul on variety of of every In k on York nearly Inn hu bo f F Twist t Ac anil Dr GEORGE L RICE Ol COUNTY In lo calls uny pan of or nmi Hourt IwS If Dr A P BEAVER AND 1 In to Ihu of Hint town anil vicinity Iw can Iw at all hours mil AUK I J il J Dm HORNER ft PH OK SI PA r 1 tl H Di F C WOLF AMH COUNTY by In important of marriage thoro a primordial simplicity An Indian mother who bad u able HOU would Deled and secure a wife for him by arrangement with some other mother who Imd daughter In instances neither of Hie to be married were consulted They took each other for belter worse by com- mand of If the parties at any limo after marriage found that rould not gel along together from in- compatability of or oilier causes could agree to separate by dividing property tind children tho mother Inking thu girls the father the boys aration divorce divorced ties wero nt liberty to marry Be- fore the Indians bad been corrupted by Iho whites their standard of morality us regard the relation of tho sexes much higher limn Unit which obtains with us Futility was very The mother had exclusive earn of the children It was Indian law and this law implicitly obeyed that wives must bo under becoming subjection to their Tho rule was Unit n should not walk of her lord nor take Iho lead in hi the dreadful tortures they at times in- upon the whites whom hey bad taken Of this cruel custom Mary gives an unexpected tion She MI yd lie Indians tortured and slew prisoners u ttn of und this wan not a national but a family offering It would seem that the law of was in force among his In may merit In may meri 12 iw U Dr J W C O'NEAL ON Hep M if Tho ordinary employments of the men were lo limit and to they were wont to ami to expose themselves to and danger that they might provide meat for Tim women cultivated Holds and to usual household duties devolving upon their sex Their work in is described by Mary Isou i order lo expedite their and nt tho name lime enjoy euch other's company hoy all work together in ono field or at whatever job they nmy have on hand Spring they choose for Hie year nn active old the aborigines A family lhat had lost a in war was bound cither lo fill his place when was offered with some prisoner who was formally adapted inlo Iho family nnd for the lost one or elso they had to oiler u in to manes of their slain relative Jt was and yet is a common practice among peoples of patriarchal huhita for nearest of kin as u matter of tive duty to avenge the nf a slain relative by slaying his murderer or some member of bis family or nation This custom was in vogue among Jews in the lime of Moses That eminent giver sought by legal enactment lo the evils connected willi such revenge He appointed cities of refuge whither tho might flee und escape tho avenger of blood Then lie became a prisoner of the tuition was sub- ject to trial and if guilty to punishment In our own land and time there prevails a species of witnessed in tho which often result In the gradual extinction of whole families in this light the deadly the Indians indicted upon their prisoners are not to bo ascribed to ing ferocity and unbounded cruelty but to Ilio power of u custom which had for thorn tho obligation of u religious duty TIIK noon INDIAN Wo looked upon the Indians us they wero more one hundred yours ago They lire not now what they wero then It is not n pleasing fuel to know that contact with the whites has resulted in demoralization of I ho Indians They wore heathen tho whites were Christian and it is reasonable to expect that when heathen and Christian come in contact the heathen should bo benefited should riso to a higher typo of manhood Such was not the case with the North can Indians On the contrary they de- in proportion us their contact be whites increased The then the old lady hilling Ibern leaned forward IIH the and said Dour young ladies I am very and my Hmbs are loo shaky to walk across lie platform Might I ask one of you to fetch me a KIllo her shoulders and turned towards the window but Allie rose pleasure madam Shu got nut and procured Home water 1 was sorry lo trouble you but r am not used to traveling raid the old lady I nni willing to bo of any service I said Allie Are you going To the city So are we I exclaimed Allie When they left the train Allie asked her new old friend Do you expect any cue lu meet you I do not I o visit u friend I think she lives on Maple street We live on Maple Bo you know the No 1 do not My friond is a widow her name is Dean An exclamation of escaped from Ellie while Alice 11 is our own dear ma We uro Mrs Bean's daughters We have been visiting and arc on our road home She went a step or two to where was sitting and said to her in an earnest How into u Motv other day with bug Hu Mild that il contained clothing that was to be washed hut thu party leaving it had forgotten to leave the key He u key for it A box holding of keys given him and be down and tried them He tried them all Ji was a very warm day und lie grew considerably interested as time advanced Xul one of the keys would fit although all were fairly tried was another box of ar- ticles and he was given them would almost do il coming so near as U give the that the light one had finally been found but they would When Iho had been he rose ly lo his feel and to search another store The dealer took hold of the bng glanced at tho lock moved a slide and the opened us il was not locked When thu nw had happened he out loud heart knows its own and Ing his hat down over his eyes he sailed from Ax Mrs Johnson was walking around her the other day making a general gation of things her little MID stepped in and ma do you know Hint Jack Jones came up to see sister Jane V Yes Do you know they are in parlor 1 do Uo yon know they are in mi What's that yon broke in Johnson rather sharply I say they are in there Jane wouldn't lei broke in Mrs Johnson with great emphasis Jam knows belter than The girl had left home on Saturday at o'clock Thai night long before ton o'clock with the c a woman living In ty about forty miles from farm awoke lier in great terror de- claring she bud just been a murder done and went on to a place she hail never Been hilly country with a road running through it and a girl with a bundle lied in a ered handkerchief her shoes and while in the other hand walking down the of road She was met by u young woman judged from their manner tbe mooting was by appointment they sat down on a log and talked for some time Tho man at last stepped behind lier and drawing out a hatchet struck lier twice on the bead She fell backward on the wet rotten leaven dead Presently the man was joined by another also young who is il lie nodded and together they lifted the body and carried it away out of her After awhile they came back found the bundle und tho ings all of which were with blood There was n ruined old mill near mad they went into it lifted a looce bo.inl In the flooring put the shoes with underneath and replaced tbe board Then hoy united and went through the woods in different The farmer's wife her dream to her that night ibis next day going to country church remained during tho between the morning and afternoon cervices The who A clerk in u Woodward avenue store received a setback the other day from an old woman which will retard his growth for a to come She entered tho store in company with her son and I want to nee some ulcer overcoats for boys ed You mean lie Did I ask for ulcer overcoats Yes ma'am Then I want to overcoats no matter how you spell it I I got up st 5 o'clock this morning rode fourteen miles facing the wind wld two hogs and a rel of eider and if I don't know what I want I'm not going to take any from a walking like Hit Tim has been thought lhat euro of corn an even number of rows that one with an odd number of rows would be an In slavery this question was snd a negro in Ibis claimed that ho had seen ears of that kind His master sold him his tho negro's freedom for an ear with an odd number of rows This won in tha early spring but in the fall during time the negro came with a sound ear with thirteen rows lie got his free papers A long time afterward the negro told that in roasting time he took u sharp knife cut out one row of graina bound the oar together and knew just where to find it when gathering time This woman is an old friend of ma's who is going to visit her Won't she be pleased 1 don't answered in a low tone I am not I'm sure but I dare say she will and think it nil right because you her But I shall give Aunt Helen to understand that it is no doing of mine you'll trout her with I pleaded A Ilio I I shall if she knows replied Allie went back to the old lady who had heard nil but gave no signs of it to the girls It hard work to keep from rudeness mid but for tho fact that her might resent il induced her to ride home in the sumo carriage with the plain What can't cured must bu so it as she could But onco nt home she ran upstairs to her mother's room to pour out her tion while Allie seated the old lady in the parlor I can't imagine who it urn de- clared Mrs but I will go down and sec You need there is room for Has Aunt Helen Knows better than hat yelled Die boy as he got outside the I don't know what harm there is for them to sit In there gumming autumn leaves on a piece of He skipped lightly out and his seemed greatly relieved Bo animals have fun asks some un- individual Of they do When a cow switches her across the face of the man who is milking her steps along just two yards and turns to see him pick up his stool and follow sho has the most amused expression on her face sible ami if she can kick puil she grows positively hilarious Axil how does Charlie like going to school kindly the good man of the little six year old boy who was waiting with a tin can in his hand the advent of another dog 1 like goin well replied the embryo ingeniously don't like after 1 git there had come from n twenty miles lo church gathered according to their homely in the churchyard to eat their lunch and exchange Our dreamer her again and again for was impressed by it as If it had reality After the afternoon the congregation separated going to their There wero thus many ready to certify to the fad that the woman had told the dream the morning after tbe murder was at a of 40 miles when it was absolutely that tbe news should have reached her There were no telegraphs we must remember ami no railways those even mail riers In those secluded districts When story of tbe girl's planter of Paris for wheat flour did you? But that's just what a mini did not long ago in Barrc VI He was a grocery clerk nnd packed up piaster of Purls when a woman asked for buckwheat She and her husband tried to some oaken for breakfast and wondered why Die stuff wouldn't riw They succeeded in getting it into shape but thought it tasted rather gritty lurt then the clerk came running to the genuine buckwheat Hour and told them of bis queer mistake u Connecticut district school a little boy years old was neon to whisper but denial doing so when reproved by toucher lie was told to remain after TIIKIIK is a Santa Ohms in thu laws of all well-governed That's true but when the billn come In the week after lo be nettled at the beginning of year Ihu old man generally remarks that il isn't u saving fuel that it claws n little too much to suit him Effle demanded No she will be here an- swered Mrs Dean going down stairs while very good humor Ellin went to her own room and changed her ing dress as she last button flying up cheeks and exclaimed Who do you think It Haven't the least idea It's Aunt Helen 1 Good cried pule and breathless into a choir Oh no Allie Yes I toll you She who we were Unit hot would not let know Mamma says hurry down Come quick Allie run off and finished her toilette with a sinking heart A correspondent writes that Mm Alex in a recent Washington was admired for her She is mid to resemble her aunt Miss of Philadelphia a Jewess who was the original of Walter Scott's in the novel of 1 r i Am you a professor of religion my little hei boy recently No was tho little prompt respond I'm only the professor's son I A boy who hod a peacock tor the first time ran into the house exclaiming to his Oh Little I've noon a groat great tail walking around with a hen tied on to ance told over the country at the end of the next week the people to whom the dream hud been repealed readied the matter would only serve as good material for the reporters but the men of those days still believed that God took nn overnight even of their dreams Might this not be a hint from Him The Charles Wheeler a Boplist clergy man of Washington known in ern Pennsylvania and Virginia a tion ago and H magistrate father of the present senator from Maine and us a man in his narrow circle drove over to see the man who hud told the drenin Without stating purpose they took her and her husband on pretence of business to the farm Il was first time in her life that she bin loft her own try and she was greatly amused and in- They drove over tho whole of the ronil down which Rachel gone Have yon ever wen this hood r one of them asked she replied That ended the matter ami they turned back taking n little-used to time Presently the woman started up in grout agitation crying U the place I dreamed They her that had not bean upon that road al all I know nothing she said but tho girl dream cuine along here there is the through the man and be- yond that turning you will the log on which ho killed her They did dud Uio log and on the ground the of blood The woman walking swiftly led thorn lo the old mill and to the board under which lay the and the The girl's body found afterward buried by a creek school when the teacher tried to impress him of lying and asked if they did not tell him in Sunday school where all boys went who told falsehoods Yea naid he a place where there is u fire I don't re- member the name of the town lies tho hood wows a and it's just the name with a that wears a plug hat Any man who has boon to bed with his hat on knows ob we've given last Is a remark of the Detroit Fm Km you know said a farmer's when he spoke to her about tho his mil you know IM Hint ma wanta me to marry a man of culture I So do f my dear so do I and there is no culture in the country than agriculture Ax Indian got on a spree near Yerka Col week and stub bed P U Scott and killed James who went to A party of miners captured the Indian lied him to a tree and riddled him with VICTOR indorses the opinion of Goethe Unit a man who would gain ary fame and who would write with purity should know no other language lhati that of the country in which he lives A who was for stealing a coat in church told Magistrate Smith he was A student of divinity If they him to Disking in prison he will Iw a student of the ty that shapes our ends Miw of St Paul became a secret smoker When two gentlemen called she hurriedly a lighted cigarette into her wan soon ablate receiving that were almost latal in the name or a new invention which enables the deaf to hear through the medium of the teeth and the deaf and dumb to hear and to speak Two daughters of a Island fanner ran away because he kept the house too warm They then ran back home again because world was loo cold lover hail already been arrested on It wan hinted lhat he hud grown tired of the girl and for many sons found her hard to shake off Hie woman him in a crowd of other men and startled her still more by pointing out another young fellow from the bin companion in her dream The young man wan in the town of Washington for murder The dreamer WM brought into court Mil an effort WM to put her on it mmi in Is by saw they his family and hoH them until the State ex- in Kir A to U a nt the of t uM n logn reading ft would hive for him to go Uie but Two lovers like two armies generally get along quietly enough till arc en- gaged could not bo hung on Ih evidence of a dream it there wan not enough proof for and the jury willingly enough we may be Mire allowed the lo escape It wan held ai a a proof of his guilt that he ately married the of UM other ao A WM run over by it cut Mine what tlw but in now the very Ml ttr him HolM awl Uw of the foot at w A a man In but bar tn on windown Int into In
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