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Gettysburg Compiler (Newspaper) - January 20, 1885, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania k JEWELRY ESH KB i anil e flyers Agt OH MEN mien euro S'crvMu Lou ot in Hack They continuous nu no cf be worn u veil s the Power regulated for Men only Centra f U tba system and ll a tBa K our la oar OP 1 AN GALVANIC CO St Fa of School k Books Toilet s at est ses at M ing of TRUSSES ion guaranteed refunded s Ln l on in il 1 J V 1 i1 i 1 t 1 a i M i it i rj i i r t i f t ii 1 a IK f 1 t 1 six t onr in re- A I Druggist and tj Fa est Stock or of ill rs li I C SparS It ick u 3 ols anil i L ii SHOO tiu IIC tun long UHI un t in IJ SONS p vn rs H J STABLE AST l Two iwo ANII in No f tit HIO pu until ull u lf np Uio m Mi who b on to tho ur with In u U UHI hi tho tho opposite al Lhu I Dr JOHN J BROWN PHYSICIAN X tint IN rv In till lo consult lilin Jii with nil mult UK JOHN 1 I'll Dr D STUART WATSON of Uio In I- loin tu A 1 lof I M April U H Dr GEORGE L RICE In Will tu train liny purl of tho comity of thu If Dr A P 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lo lifo to give way to weio wo tiom Uio of bolli und who sought with anil to anil tho It is such u tho following uro In times of Indium tho of and of such the two of win mill anil They In skins them pliable pul gui of n a and or shoes which worn woni liku or cloaks of and skins Tho oC tho worn ully with thu OL fin sot in ono direction nu that rain would nm off Tho of by thu It was cold nnd dij fur was placed to tho body it was warm wel tho WM worn with tho fur on the outside The feather blankets wero most Ingeniously in which HIP old took special delight In of the nnd ai of tho rind of wild und Tho tho of tho und of skin for and of lino fin kn the anil alsu tjf doer sUn The IIH as Iho weie fond of dross and with is with thu in to cull stylo This lovu of with tha for Its us with Ihu became Tho ml or blue in black and blue or lot At Um of or lovois Ihoy lined limit anil blankets with of colors or with Ing on Ihoy fixed silver or small round sins wore with covered willi Like tlie women of onr day tlie Indian all tho arts known to thorn to all tact tho attention of sex Tho oC tho of luus kinds of game of fish I mils berries and nuts coin pumpkins melons tc laid two meals per day When a hud no parents lo for hi HI or when lio preferred lo Uio affair himself his method of procedure was very nnd Approaching tho girl oil lie If you lire willing J will lulu you as my wife I lev In tho at settled tho whole matter Sometimes Indeed no word was spoken tho proposal and being dono by signs The man standing the put his two aside each other us It woro united In one Jt Iho woman ed sho assented among Indians were not contracted for II was understood on both sides Unit the pai tics would live as long only as they pleased each other husband could put away his wife whenever ho wanted to do so and the could In manner abandon her husband Tim connection WHS not attended with vows promises or of any kind less It must bo mentioned to the lusting of Iho Indians separations bed und board wore not at all common The fact both parties could draw nl will fiom tho bond made both parties careful not to give cause for such withdrawal Tho ded life of tho Indians was aa a rule u happy and one un- III tho otherwise SOAP foi und Coughs Colds Croup As Ing Cough tho Tor eolo by uH tl nunK l Mad 10 Mold liy all I PATENTS and ult In Vnt iu DID 10 u of iul L NO J i J R tb 1 Ono kind of orn oilier of eorn corn in in Tho lino corn win into inlo In an thick nnd bilked In cd by burning dry They u dish oC cd corn wua inlo for cold wilier inlo n il u nourishing of food and wus especially by und on n long journey A dish of khis bound nml nil dish with or with unp of corn boiled llm ul Tho vory inn In His of pumpkins and In ol cooking They Unit bo In ini them way was lo sLuw without Uio of lying on Iho sloam of Iho sap limy custom was cover Uio pots In lo koup in Ihu was done by spit through tho und If until lono an from Uio lining for Hindu of greon und boiled Fiom Iho Indians Hull clo of food as hominy 0111 s weio such literally for Uio Indian custom was lo covered with blades In vary liol of Uio yet In of Asln i When u young und u young woman formed nn attachment onta pf Uio pui tics In man and il paid grent lo Uio of dead remains becoming As civilised these ceremonies lo Uio mule and of Uio deceased llm wus dressed in Uio nnd in u made of bark or oilier Iho weie put ar- ticles of clothing of various kinds weapons trinkets lid ol Uio was sirups of hide At Uio head of Iho a holo was cul lo spirit ol lo go In and nro until II had found Iho place of Us future Throo round poles live or six long wore laid across Uio top of Iho poles Instead of Like Uio nnd UoiiM Iho had is as a death occurred lo wigwam and mounted over Hie corpse loud This mourning by dity und by until Uio tiny of bin Tim fin wus borne lo with duo by six tourers When tho grave wua Iho body of Um wus to Thou nil In a Ihn anil for a considerable limo not H sound was heard all persons en- in reflection anil mum Then llm was lowered the tut a was und TIIK U limy bo in of unr lo origin of Iho und Tho American flag Is none llian of Hie Washington In In the 1 who was or of in 1513 and In was on of Iho In by King Henry with tho manor of In this belonged to Uio priors ot St Andruw and day may bo seen of llm old manor two shields ono of which in perfect has vud nn It tho Slurs and or In language Iwo ban gules in of Uio John v of tlie Lawrence emigrated to Bridges In 1037 and tiom him was descended first president of During bo days of his Ion presented to of phia ideas a national flag nnd she his own tho Slurs and for so many by his in Tun AS A fuel nut in works on history bnl Uio Is u Angeles re- lates thai who hus of tlm ostrich fuini ul was plucking ono of tho a ugo they pluck Ilium a stocking is kept on Iho head to blind bird ho runnel soo ho Is quiet If his blinkers got uncovered than ho goes for Uio moved his Tim good 1110 lo doil lo t To nml anri wo or woo origin of Is by n means so as American auric desire Tho Unit was composed by JJr Shuckburg In whin troops milled with UK Albany lory lo on the French posts of nnd and was produced In derision Iho old of Iho soldiers as with the anil of the regulars was published some ago In u cal published In Boston The given us to the origin of Uio song In this the Uio French In America Shirley und General led force directed Uio enemy lying ul anil In Iho of lime whilst these were stationed on the bunks of Iho Hudson near ny ot Pilgrim fathers flocked In from Iho provinces Never seen such a Icy regiment as look up Us position on the loft wing llm British Thu band ns and us und regimentals each man his own fashion one wore it ing wig while his neighbor rejoiced In hair closely lo heiul this one liud a coal wonderful long skirls his fellow marched wilhout his upper various us Die colors of Ihu rainbow weio clothes worn by bund It so happened u Dr Shuckburg wit nnd nnd onu evening mess be a luno which ho commended as n piece ot military music to of tho militia Thu joko succeeded and Doodle hulled by tion own This is somewhat apocryphal us is no song luno in the United Slates is it march lucre me no to It of n national The only words over to tho In Ihls country is lo town pony 11 o stuck u in his hill And culled it It has been asserted by English air ami words of time Tile Is in making Vanket what wan Doodle It is asserted Hint Uio time will be found in ihu ml and that was Intended to apply to and the Hues signed to to his going into n plume fastened In a knot called u macaroni The time wus known In Xew England before the us a rived from n lady of easy in thu of Charles II and which bus In thu following I iimy lost hur pocket Lydla Kishur round ll a bit of money in ll Only binding It Thu lu in 1770 mu said to have sung to Hi came lo town For to buy a Wo will nml him And so we Tho manner in which the luno lo be adopted by llm Americans shown Iho following letter of tlm Hov W Gordon Describing the battles o Lexington und Concord lo liu The under Lord Percy march ed out ot Boston playing by way o contempt Doodle they wei e nf fold that they bad been to dance lo It 11 is most likely Yankee wits originally derived fiom Holland A song with Ihu following bunion ha long been in use among llm laborers who In Die limo of harvest fron Gei many lo llm Low Countries where they receive for their work us much ld milk as drink and a of llm grain secured by exertions Yanker down vivor vown nnd Thai Is buttermilk and n tenth Tim immos TUB Many yours ago there lived In one of llm loneliest old Virginia a whose uncommon beauty al ed lo her scores of of Ihls fair girl in his early youth for his lie woro upon his three medals which were Hie pledges of Ills victorious ments JIls daughter was now n Ing Hebo of eighteen besieged will lovers but Iho obedience which her father demanded led her to nil to his choice Still she hud hur peculiar favorite In Hurry Carroll who was young man in till tlm country the old father of the maiden possessed of u eel monomania upon the of suggested the following singular mode of selecting a husband for his daughter from her numerous proposals vta Ho Invited all suitors who hud avowed themselves lovers of Amabel lo meel al his house nnd a them Young suld he you have solicited my child each of you to become your bride She Is comely and pure She will prove is fair u gem as slm appears 1 have to give her but you see I don't nor till en is nor books nor renown bul I wanl her to marry n man of skill and strength I obtained the of m y child by jumping for her A party of my own age weio assembled und my avowed that the one eap the furthest should be the winner of the prize Sly old woman wus the I wus the successful mm anil my daughter shall be obtained in Ibis manner Here is green nnd there Is one lint jumps the furthest on llm dead level win the prize Amabel clung lo her father and looked upon her inay of lovers no unmeaning glance Still her eyes rested on one nore lovingly limn nnd that was lurry Carroll A of spectators were present to Tlm loom und quilling mine weio deserted the children lefl heir Is tho old men forsook nnd spectacled old lames spinning wheels in the of the hour The avenue for was a level space n front of the village Inn directly in of Amabel's home of u kind weie then much in vogue In he Old Dominion and the gifen was used for such sports The father f Amabel now came with his by pu baud und helped It along The ot her the by or sonic killed in tho chasi by hor son dwell In return the mother of the girl look u good dish of of corn or other and by lo Uio of the young mini If the ypung what vory tho Hint food arm so as lo disturb the slocking and instantly ho saw what was done ami went head first out of caring for any more pinnies Just then As ho tumbled head over tho fence the ho a jack of lot lly a kick which striking a Tho as a kicker Is gone In this country since the ostrich Tu Kins Is lols of In the following which suits tins latitude Vou be got a lingo uity weekly accounts of scandal cases cock etc for Uie pay for your local but do nul your county nml They do liot help along your schools and chu i elms do publish your ty news they say oil you and your town and have uo interest In you A good newsy paper is us much an ad- vantage to a town or county us are good schools It OHO of friends should happen In one of those city ho would out ho had no cordial such as ho would receive In a homu Stand by your ul- ways stand by you and are the for your Interests is a story Unit lolls ot himself X him his sermons were u little too long Dr d snld he I nni of Jesus nnd Christ sound very sacred tc people but among the Spanish both are very given and the other day Jesus 11 was registered nt one of Iho ing a few years ago Unit u Mexican mini ed Jesus Christ been hanged for Tn n camphor laurel a unlive of nnd tree from most of Iho camphor of Is lo have been into California OHO lice In having attained a height ot thirty feet Tho wood purl of which smells of camphor Is light and ble not liable lo injury from insects and much favored by cabinetmakers who have n lour Um Superstition Mountains in Arizona of ruins some of them In almost places Tlie walls look as 1C they Die elements for con tu The prehistoric people whose the re- I people contained In thu following It Down to thu The way Is quite That Iliads to I slipped on it 1 list by tho In u 1 bought Perhaps We'd better They ute men is an I tlie why they always have a n who were lo y actual measurement precise length The signal now given and each oung man In turn look his place in thu run u John to their names John feel Iwo Inches i ell red mollified I his HI success eighteen feet one ich Tlm of com- prophesied the prize A umbel however looked dissatisfied James fuel Isely rent Everybody loved everybody but Amabel twenty feel two Dick replaced his coat coolly as if not of Hie shouls which made air with acclamations of joy Henry Peters nineteen feet he not lo win prize Amabel stood unmoved Two other young men lo leap for prize und Hurry Carroll was Hie lasl upon roll lie marched Into arena willi n linn Harry feet one was announced and he took Die prize Amabel rushed inlo the arms of her devoted lover to whom of all others she lions were handsomest Virginia was passed around best match in the tlm suddenly a The meal wus soon really Mrs Carroll She looked at her guest and fork she again shudder ran over her Did sumo man though n by time who successful young leaper won her na his prize mid his claim H was Georgo The Blared he loo hud i Dial face for once seci il left an Impress And how when the mutual woro mini- thoy discoursed of en eitch In their Journey maybe wl Tim general though courteous and in speech uttered no he did nol avail himself of Iho prize for lie had found another making u lenp lie was proud of her virtues and in due time Mrs mosl bly received and u lusting bond of friendship created until they were separated by and finally by death Wo smile at the record of leaping lo gain it prize bul would not the agement of such among the young of our away with that sickly effeminacy which manly vigorous exorcise which lends lo develop Iho noblest and Instead of ing dwarfed and made inlo the of a dandy might we not admire tho lofty nnd graceful carriage of men and such as mado Die of century and won the hearts ol maidens whs were run In mould Any Two of cm sir The oldest which 18 the way learning to play euchre and which Is Susie lifts us and to a Only one is the hour when ho takes Ills J you wish to see any ono in Well I am Inking the Col- tago Family Bible ami to secure a Perhaps 0 It's no use talking sir in- tlie door begun beau suspended man of most lus u far tho inn anil Hie shunts of victory and Inquired oC 1C the ground Thu old initu having surely surveyed and looking itt Amabel who wits resting lu Harry's fond wildly and on the scone Hurry wore it troubled countenance for lie Kitw the stranger wits nml wore a lofty manly air twenty-four cried the of had fairly won the but listen lo Ills words friends J HIM a stranger mining yon and for sport 1 liave iny kill at Tho Is to be mine 1 relinquish to dim who lias it prior claim Lovely she be yet her affections cannot be en- kindled by Harry Carroll is tjo lie left Hie aiena while a than ever rent stranger retired to the inn and the next Iny pursued lib Journey Hurry and were made one In the village tin next ng were in honor of who so he prize I he pair prayers for his future In the of many sons and laughters were born of Carroll became In revolutionary memory One it was eating vine clad of ilu bouse 1 A TOP HUGH Judge William Carter of and Judge Coswell Marks were both Lexington Kyi Jn boyhood limy hod jammed the same cut's head into the same milk pitcher peaches from tlm same true got trounced by the same farmers were otherwise en- Intimate friends afterwards chums at college and errand boys at the sumo Laler in life parted and rose lo sublime honors In their places January they met for the time since their in ington ami brewed n convivial bowl in lionor of Ibe event About midnight full of affection und enthusiasm they re- tired lu same bod It was a huge the middle of und capable of being drawn up by ropes to the ceiling while the room was being cleaned It was it very cold night and they placed upon the foot ot the bed Just after they fell asleep four friends entered softly drew Die bud by ropes nearly lo tlm celling and then left them thus suspended ten feet fiom the floor They then lucked Die door outside and retired At 3 ii Judge Carter awoke willi that species of which usually after Kentucky technically known us Leaping ly out of bed to gel Ice pitcher lie whirling down ten feel with u thump on nil fours There was a long ami painful Then lit peered upward the darkness and called Oh Caswell Tlm Judge was awakening I've fallen through a yelled the now affrighted Judge Get up and a candle Where are queried Curler sleepily framing Ills opinion Unit his honorable brother was drunk Down here Fell through a trap Don't gel on my side of the bud All right And Judge Murks spring ing out on his own side turned somersaults nnd landed on llm small of his buck Both were that they had fallen into n den of thieves and were to be murdered The jokers hud closed the heavy wooden to s so no light could enter and ed all the f The judges on nearly frozen to death and only at daybreak discovered llm It warm lulk tlm over There were recently two temperance societies started glorious The one is at Selma oilier at business in goods 1 A Gee of Spring be Uio of one of- the com- ed Slates Tim of cents of every coinage from to the lasl all In fine The first United Slates cent bares the date of nnd cants have In every year since then with the sole ex- ception ot the year Tho rarest of mo those of and The former js tit cording to condition and the latter at W to U saw an unusually line 1801 cent sold hi New York a tor II was an uncirculated cent which had been kept box cotton perfectly bright There was the Bale The of ordinarily mens of which Au would to l A VALUED AT price asked for tho Blenheim donna In the collection Duke of It is says the the priced in the world Xo other sold for more half us much Its whatever It may really be arises from the fact that it is best example extant of painted It or nearly four hundred yeara ago who old quoted by n The secret of life is to keep moving Men grow oW only when down long enough to get rusty I want lo live just its long as T be happy When I reach when my friends ing on the corners and come up Hie other side there comes thai old 1 want to die Men make a great mistake In this lite by on position lifter they have lost grip and their company nis become associates curious for the medical profession is an by which Incisions may be made without giving pain tl consists of a knife which Is regulated by ment ll advances at tlic of only hours A slight sensation of produced which docs iiol the patient from going to sleep 111 IK Is a pretty time for you to be com- ing home wife I must say I dear lint I was out with ye What procession I'd to know? There's been no procession to-night has my dear Biggies of the Took us live hours given point How the an me And it took hours to pass a given point nonsense bout it my dear wish a It northern Siberia U n young desires to marry Die father of the glil of his choice a price agreed upon one halt of which down The prospective ill once takes up his residence with the family of his lady Jove ami them u year Jff at the end pf a year lie still desires U marry the girl he rain the other half and they are on the next visit of the lui does not want to marry lie ami simply loses the hall ho paid at this A OK the wives prominent In Washington there Is a feeling of relict to at the Washington society during the nto I four years Mv of as forgetful of Ills as and would it uncomfortable for a IT is a common mistake to assume that Australia 1s a country destitute of large rivers i on the contrary it ses one of the watercourses in the world viz which Is navigable for placing it third in rank among the rivers of the world estimated by their navigable length and considerably above the Kile navigable miles the Danube navigable or miles 000 and the Thames navigable for only 188 miles t Acconmxa to Mulhall tlie Englisk the States has ed its wealth France since and England since Tlie ent quoted are United i States TUB report ot ot shows that only acres of land to the railway last year In accordance with law granting k lands but not patented This means ern In of the adopted of Its be- it dan thereby escape tho ment taxes in- censed the people of ka am bred it against lines good many slie hail come md If lie could be entertained here for the Harry hud summer in f Amabel whom he found tree Sbc find dign md matronly her beauty WHS ot still he less She with llm rose of health upon her nil with presided heart wW slm Hie stranger then quietly to the of exterior who as the wife She laid oil classes and position and even as she told Mrs the common pie not to lo the at all ls more democratic lie lias liab it ot breaking engagements arid of ing without Yoo fairly worship ground Unit girl walks 1 of Ice she i in tlie Duke of two portraits computing Diet price at day for 50 days recently sold i six drawings prices varying from 4100 to WOO saying that finished of 30 ulus A hybrid between male nnd the tire very ynni fi IN lie was engaged he to as his t guess Tt is pronounced is Tnit lii liatt She Is Mil is W up you don't git what you till you A writes to bj hns a Such has been started in a
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