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Cambridge Jeffersonian, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1871, Cambridge, Ohio OIIIO. litotk. cor. fyMte lu If willilu After yvur COVHTV WttUur U. tinructt. V tVwi-fe-J.. C. 1.1KK-.. A. i'uylor. NViu. A. Luwtvncv. BnrnM. VUlo joautnau of of Hugnmee. -rump 't. suitt. Ouvld of Mill- tru ol W. H. of Middle- of Senccnvlllc. A. of Cambridge. MECKB'f c. ic. A'o. a. A. Mwts Monday or SUM'S. .V. X A jr- C. K. Xurtka Ifc. 283. f. 4 A. Wind.- Meeto on Monaay W. M. CMumMan 4 A. bcrltunl. Tuv evening on or be- XtMM Si u'y. .o. A. jr.-ttueta Friday Evening next precvdltitf each moon. K. W. M. A. M. Au. O O .r'-Meetr. TbanUtiy evening. A. N. O. Jmr. See'y ttmite-tand Jto. O. O. Camieriund. euery sutarJuy eyi-- ninu. S. O. J. H. Seo'y. T1MB TABLK-B. A O.K. MAT1OX9. Millwood. Cmiipt So. a. I V. M. A. M. t c. o. D. No.8. A. M. i V. M. So. 1. r. M. Xo. 'I. f. M. No. 5. jitu No. 7. A. M. .u wi.l iu.i days im-UMi'l. W. C. A. M. C. O. O. CAMBRIDGE VOL. JANUARY 1871. NO. 35. T. P. HVHTEIt KRM10TT OHIO. H I nm now ureputoil to lessons on Uie I.U.O or by ..II. Q TAU HUTKIo Oppo.it. Court OhU. ThltUotue ln st been cnlnrged an and Corner Mftrttol Fourth Ohio. WM. 4 8. M. KIRK with Hotel tubli. AKD FAXM 0 Elton's Orrmoii SilverSpooni. No. 1W Main direct Zone House. 2TBAM MAHB1.EJVORKS. a McfiUIDK. t'o.-ner of Third and Olilo. Wholer--'- hctall dealer nnd reunufuctttrorof AMD ITALIAN MAKBLB. Conrtuntly on ImtiU a Inrge vwiejy Jlnrblc nml Ce- fulciiied Plaster. TTIIBK IMSVHASiCK. Tforii. Worth Amcrlcnn of Phlla. Pollclei Issue'l for the nboyo old reliable companies by C. UJI AUWON Aguut. tlcUots looiid from ana Scotland at thlsofflcc. Al- _ _ ____ ulnu f I. 1 I M UruHs oii snuiii cour.lrlcs Cambridge Coal Coke and Company. Mliln OHIO. nrnnch IN i I JACOB I. V. V. I'lcst. nichraontl. L.M. Supt. L. 0. ALL ORDERS PllOMPTLY FILLED. THB oHBATHBM nv IIJIK i. jVinlntalHt Which I wish And my language Is That for Hint are ttnrk And for tricks that ore The hviitliou Uhlueols Which the same I would to explain. Ah Bin was his And I shall not deny In regard to the name What that name inliiht imply. But his smile It wuspunalve and As I frequent remarked to Oil It was August the And nitltu soft was the W hlch It might be inferred That Ah Sin was Yet he played It that day upon William And uio In a way I desplne. Whfeh we hurt n small And Ah Sin took a It was Euchre. The same He did not But he smiled as be sat by the With a mnlla that Was childlike and bland. Yet the cards thrjr were stocked In a way that I grieve. And my feelings were shocked At the state of Nyets Which was stuffed full of aces and And the samo with Inteut to deceive. But the hands that were played By that heathen And the points that he made Were quite frightful to Till at last he put down a right Which the same Nye had dealt unto Then I looked up at And ho Billed upon Ami he rose with a And he said. this We are ruined by Chinese cheap And he went for that heathen In the scone that ensued I did not take a hnnd. But the floor was strewed Like the leaves on the strand With the cards that Ah Sin had been In the game did not In his which were He hnd twenty-four Which was coming It Yet I state but the And we found on his which were What is frequent In Which Is why I Aud my language Is That for ways that arc And for tricks that are The heathen Chineo is Which the same I am free to Attorneys La And Notary nrst ilo Public ouuarv. wrHpvc-lal uttuutlon glvc-i u btwineiw. r Weatol VOT1CK TO TKACIIKRS. for tlm of 'y w.ll bo liuld In CAM- fon Third Saturday. Third Siiturday. Third .Saturday. signed by will tiu-Tequlreu lu nil will co.nmenco promptly A. applicant will LxjrmUU'U to julu tin uftvr it haspro- grisMuil. JOHN MeBl U. s. VExam'ra. C. 11. HU __ Attorney Olilo. Practices In Guernsey and adJoiniiiK Coll-ctlonn mndv prompt. Office over Berry Adams' -.tore._______________________ W. Attorney at Ohio. Will attend to the vari- ous branches of practice In the Courta of thiaand luUolnlnuvountkm. Office upatain la Natlonul Dank buHdlug. Attorney at Ohio. I have resumed the practice of nnd will give attention to fcnalnesx In courts of the State and the United within Ohio. P1IIMUEI.PIIIA IS THE UREAT DOMESTIC WOOL MARKET. SHEBLElt t'OMMISSIOX 1IERCAXTS A'O. 0 SOVTll FROXT STREET SACKS furntshcdshlppera free of charge. Correspondence with wool growers so- licited. information In regard to the market cheerfully furnished utall times. Particular attention paid to handling farmers' clips sent direct. mh3-ly Bcrlbnvf's THE GOBLIN OF THE Christmas at the North Pole. A LEGEND OF AN ISLAND IN THK ARCTIC OKA THAT WAS ArtTUAY AMI IIAJD HTOLEN. Which was enough for Tkliitn. She knew the ways of the Vulloy aud the haliits of Hie Gal drakeii too well to remain tiny long' er. The latter words of the song conveyed to her a positive assur- ance that she would not be sepnni- tcd from her Lively whatever might be the reference to the for- tunes of other lovers. good mother she nnd leaving behind her a soft aeal- cloak lined with rich warm she retired from the hut. Find- ing the bridge up ready for her.she crossed over and pursued her way toward the comforting her- self that Carl would be prevented from going up to Limuark's an assurance the more gratifying that a fearful storm was raging while all was and sunshine in the valley. Paul and Carl had lefore this nnd the two set off against the will of the who was thinking con- stantly of Tubita. Still he showed no nud led the way up a ravine that opened to the glacier. Thenceforward their track was to be explored by themselves. They were pursuing their way and wero gradually nam- ing an immense when their ears were suddenly startled by a loud report. An enormous quanti- ty of I'ock had liecome detached from the cliff directly in fr 'lit of nnd fragment's of vnriou He reached cloud that swept self1 what can be more fearful along the mountlin but he than tlie death of on through and leaving deep silence where the voices it below him as he hnd all signs of of the aif are and there is vegetation long he mounted neither Round nor steadily upward until he met at length great streams of drifting crystal that rattled on iiis clothes nhd cut his but still he did not nor turn ttis torigue was parched MUi but he felt no wcnriness while he listened to the The cold grew more and more Intense ns be mounted higher in the the streams of drifting snow increased in force ond coining froffl the vast and bound- less plaitt 6f in the midst of Which he was lite only liv- ing thlugi .in .circles round above his htfiPfffgy died in he heeded not their force nor heard their as he listened to the guiding climb on u And On and oh tie uHtil be reached the summit of hia hopes Linmark's fjeld he stood at where no man had ever dnred 'to go i atd now the voice no longer called to climb bat he heard instead the doleful voices of the be heard the snow cjouds whirling found and the shrieking he bad failed to hear before AH else had and the universe was for that voice had been tha universe to him. It had fiiltd hu ear through many wunilerings to und fro about the and now that it was gone from him he was lost with his ambition lost in the lost In the lost in himself. The void was full of and faint with and lack of and the strain he had upon hip lie fell upon the He listened for a but be heard only the beating of his heart. He started up and called he stamped his feet upon the'crust- ed and his cry and footfall sounded like thunder in his He moaned in hU am surely He wrung his hands in aid ran along the mountain he knew riot whither. He paused and looked and heartl again the heat- ing of his hearti He to the phantoms of the air to come back and wake him in this silence that WQ9_more terrible than they. ancTtrind in bewilderment to find his previ- ous but the drifting snow had covered. He was com- pletely and fled in terror from He came to rugged places JH the clefts that were unfathoma- ble. He sprang them as a wild reckless of everything. Then his senses all forsook him. He heard no the beatiHg of and in the heavy at Practices in the Courts of QoernM-y and adjoining countle-. All bus- tnean will receive prompt attention. S. Attovtuey at And Votary Public. Ohio. Hpe- attention to colleetlnu und con- veyancing. Office opposite Po.ftotn.ee. WM. M. Altoritey at And Sotiay Ohio. Will take of dyda und potiitions. certify alBdavlts and take dv Claln Olilu. to procure pen- back and other claims Against the Government. mude ifcollvclioiiH are not recovered. Office In bulldliiK next to hiilnvy 's store. W. M. to 4 Drugs and Main opposite the Ohio. I have now In and for sale at. mod- erate a large Mock of Oils. Putty. Window Wnll Potent Plaster White CHOICE Selected cxpresftly for medicinal Carefully At all hours of the day or nlHht. JAMJM Notary Guernsey cuuuty.Unlo. and tnv taUluK of deposltioim will receive prompt uituntion. V. M. D.. Pttyalclan and offers his services after thirty yvurs practice In this community. Proprietor of Tingle's Celebrated Pills. A. J. DEALtll IK DRUGS AND MEDICINES Ohio. Wtntt A. M. C. 8. Ohio. Mpeoinl a.tentlon given and all of the totturxery oMituon A drug Brow anil Copper Ohio. Moetlron wureand stock at Main JMM pttbllt f K. Jeweler Dealer Watchws Ullver In. o. puare. -n H. tV. Jeweler Silver fancy Ne-irlyop- Kutfle A full stock of Patent Medicines Physlclnns' pounded from fresh and pure open from to 1 p. m. and from u to Little Great Results. A gnat choked Pope Adrian to which caused wonderful changes in the nation and history of the world. A counselor of Rome wns stran- gled by a hair in the milk which he tlrank. This event caused the most serious results of anything that ever transpired in his lamily. one of the lyric poets. is said to lirive loat his life dy Mwnllou-inur ilivskin ularu.iin. The world ihcn lost one of most illustiiors pools and writers. A war between France and WHS occswioneil bv a between two princuH. The er whii-h took place uhout. the lime tint Pil clime to New Enjzlnnd in the between two Indtiin was brought nboui in this An Indian with her little went to visit a friend be- longing to another tribe. Tlie lit- tle fellow caught a large grasshop- per on the road and carriud it with him. A lad from the other tribe wanted but he refused to give it up. A quarrel which soon drew the fathers and mothers into the nnd ere long the chiefs were engaged In a war which nearly exterminated one tribe. Several centuries some sol- diers of Modena carried away a bucket from a public well at Bolog.- which was the cause of a long and the King of Sardinia was imprisoned for twenty-two where be died. An English and French vessel had a quarrel about which should be supplied first from a certain well ol which induced a war that cost lives. The great philosopher saw a child playing with soap bub- bles which led him to his most im- portant discoveries in optical in- struments. Stephen Montgolfler saw a shirt when hung before the from which he first conceived the idea of a balloon. When Gblltleo was in the Me- tropolitan temple of he ob- served the oscillations of a and this was the first conception ol a correct method of measuring time. The introduction of the telescope is due to a little boy playing with spectacle glasses. The art of printing was sug- gested by a ooan cutting the letters of bis name on the burk of a tree and impressed them on Oi account of which we have books printed on good legible type on al- most and every subject sought by the human mind. s e sizes came whizzing through the I ancl upon the shrieking A nil In Uno mid common Opposite nM V. X. liotel. Jin. Tata. WILLIAMS. Amvrienn oudForeici Mar public O. rMnafoetarer of nei-. Utoio. itlendcd to promptly YOU KXOW THAT C. H. D' Y AHMETT BBO'S TIIflllSTITU tain Bnuw And all of job woik doM md old Cotroer. and Iron laKeulnuxchitngQforgooaK. Calland OCR The Methodist E. Church. The official returns mode by the several conferences of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States held during furnish in- annual local travelicg total of members in an old familiar voice full c. men hers on total and rolling down the declivity. tlicy could reich an angle of the where they were in a measure sheltered. This avalanche had so disturbed the hillside that it was. very unsafe to travel In the direction they had for stones were the air continually. when it was at all prudent to leave their they dcconrted to llic valley which they had intend ing rot-eei'. litilf a mile mill cflVet an ascent at greater dis- irorn the cl ft'. This bronchi them across the which TtiUitu was I'o I lowing towards llic anil here they met. It iniuhl have mii'le a colder heart tlian Paul Pav- el-ell's bent a little faster to see Ta- lii'a rush into her lover's in ecstasy of her ileliglit. De.-ir I am so glad that yon are. where have yon icon These were the exclamations which escaped the lovers when they had recovered breath. seeing with little cere- aske'l him how he conld he so cruel as to lane Carl away from icr on such a dangerous journey Paul made li-rht of her fears i but while clinging to de- clared he should not go. Curl would have but she found a way to silence him. laughed when he saw bow matters shall not go with me on any ac- count. Had I known yon were so afraid to have him 1 would never have asked him. But lie has shown me the and I will go on while my pretty shall take Carl and with this he rose to but Tabita tried to stop him. j you go she in a-pleading and with a very I gentle voice. don't it the Goblin you are afraid j he inquired. I she exclaimed. beard the and that is a if you need yon that was the Gob- lin's work I thought he only dealt in ice and Paul and without another wofd. lie turned from them and started on his looking not back.but straight before at the moun- tain-top. VI. UP and Up Paul dangerous passes among tho rug- ged and over streams rush- Ing madly clown through narrow ns if his life were and hia ambition He soon left ttll signs of vegeta- tion far beW arid still he cMmbed. He parsed from tlie rocky hill-side beneath the and reached the the madly rushing liflffo-rt and dangerous pusses were no long- er as he climbed on up the steep acclivity of and be heard no more a voice murmuring in his and but cry wind was borne the feeble hat have I gained And the voice came back to as if it were an and from the air on every side a loud Ha Then the snow-cloud whirling round him took shape nnd eyes th it dripped with grciU icicles were pe 'ring at him. hideous face w.is in the with st earning half artel beard of frost and were there that and claws that were climb _____ r And on he climbed. No mortal lay number of man had ever yet act foot on Lin churches. number of paf mark's nnd Paul Peverell. snnngcs. value of church ed- j would stand upon the icy i value of par- j there defy all good or number of t who would deny his com ng. Sunday Sunday climbed on throngh the smfisfiitte school Sunday and the storm. The wind wns school scholars. henov- driving but did not olent These heed it. The air grew Imt he _........... fhrnrea do riot Include had a quenchless fire within that the mountain side. sketching of the foreign missions in kept him warm. Tho wind above rimrt sud covered erery- Bnlgarla and South the neither feft rtor no other i thing birt tfte nWlrrtfafirt tdp. The returns from which have iound dltiurbed. his onr but the 1 had and there was a calm more fearful than tha storm it- Mid a clothed with shining tbiit trailed awoy into the vasLncss of the cloud. And round iiliOuUhis hiiteoUfl shape forms in- fiuute in on gUMty sitlo nt were ami as they swept awajr in ixuiii'lli ss spncc they shrieked us if in mockery of him. He ttied to rouse he triad to drive those phantom shapes nwuy bv an effort of but tlicrc they and tliere they narrowing find widening their path in 'very insi in chorus all the while llf. tried to speak his voice could only whisper tint the anguish of Iiis soul. Spirit of the and aud wintry for I am now con- vinced of thy tell great minister of all the evil that comes upon the earth with cold and what 1 have gained by reach- ing to thy throne at last And again the voices shrieked Aud the Spirit answered him full measura of thy wish. Them hast kept thy faith with and this is tliy to seu me face to face I have enticed thee mid them hash given up thy soul to me thy whole life long. Thy life is thy ways are thy hopes arc cold ami never one disturbing thought of doing good comes to give thv icy heart a throb. 1 Thy means are never given to the thy time is never for the sicikj thy sympathies are not with the i suffering. Neglect of every kindly action to thy ft-llow-beings has marked thy whole and thou hast in thy forgotten everything but thy own selfish pur poses and the voice I have sent to guide thee hither. That voice has followed thee about the and has whispered always irt thy ear. climb But now that Voids has gone from thee. shall never hcnr it for thoi hast no need of it. This ball my work. While thou hast triumphed so have I. Thy cold and enrol life tins made thee famous among thy fellow tor tliou Imt never turned aside for not tttrned thy back. Friends whr Would liafre loved thee thou has' neglected those who have served Uice thou hast not rewarded witl thy thy very brother languishes in poverty and hopeless tboti hnst not so much ns thought of or of the falthfii one whose only wisli is to see him happy. I this is my end tkntt hast gnitted thy will power of for- getfulness of everything save thy- The Goblin ceased to' and the loud laugh which he had heard before resounded through until tire fofrtis which he had seei molted in the and the Goblin and 'his infinite host were gone. A great white cloud laj-' along JEFFEHSOKIAN All ktndu of Printing done nectly and at moderate prices. CaU and see Specimens. not yet been received. or his heavy he was enveloped glootn of night. His sight and he was In and illed wltli an atmosphere of the deepest. A flood of light was louring into and on a multitude f ptndent on sharp angles the and cones that project- ed itpwnrd from the the light was in the brightest hues of gold and crimson and deep pur- ple. He looked upon the dazilitig and it changed. The cones end corners of the cavern hat had gleamed so brightly were ransformed to shapes that he had icon upon the mountain and in he very centre of the cavern oame out in glowing whiteness the and away until it vanished 'nto the form of the spirit had spoken to him. But all was still and motionless. Ic but his voice died away and left no echo. He called to the but received no And then the brightness died the Goblin seemed to sink in- to the the phantom shapes all vanished once and the man lay prostate like one in a dark and silent as if he were a part of the same dead natUr that had terri- fied him. vit. Wfaeii Carl and TabHtt returned and reported in the village that the strange man hnd set out to climb tile LintiidfU's everybody pit led him but since they knew they could not help the rush they did Hot try. With one accord they iiave him over to all except as soon as she could steal to the confident since she had been instrumental in saving hot' why might she not rescue Thoughtful and faithful But her efforts were witlirJtit so far nt least as appeared to her. A week and still tlo ti- dings of the ir.issing man. Then the ship which brought him sailed tor carrying the information of his and something that the people in the vil- lage knew not which the Gal- draken got board by stealth. Waat is good mother ask- ed the captain. The Galdraken was not prone to answer any Ode difectly. is Hot a and yet it wins a it is not an yet it heals a The slimmer passed the sun sank down behind the til it did not rise at and would not for two almost. Light snow took the place of the green grass and flowers and foliage of tho but while the storms raged fiercely on the top of Lin- mark's and out at the wind calmly blew over thu peaceful village. The villagers drew around their Ilitppy free from irt the fullness of their love they were gay arid cheerful in the nrticniglit. But there was tine sad heart at the Governor's house it was Annie for nothing yet was known of wlio hail tntiltanteil there wns a heavy heart at the it was Ida for her lover Jens could not come to and xvas struggling ttgainst great oce anx- ious heart at it was the heart of Tabita for her Lively Carl was going upon a long journey. Lively Carl was the public car and every winter when the ico had formed it was his duty to go two hundred miles to another vil- where a ship cante later' in the after having rtiadethe voyage to the village of the Island. This Journey was performed with und sledge. be careful of your and don't forget to come back by Christmas which yort know will be our wedding said banging off his neck as he Was just as if there was any elmflte of his forgetting Then she don't forget to stop as you come lr.iete tli'e' Qatrlfa- ken's aud do besides just what she tells i won't forget ao. not if she Were A thousand times a course 1 Then she kissed hi to for hia wound a huge comforter about his and sent him out in the night with plenty ctf bright hoped and happy memories to keep him warm for at twice two hundred even if indeed he might gone clesr round the ariic drcli without a chill. She watc'u'd him from her litth window as be drove ami nt' ter he was otit of lior I'M lowed him by the -i-re.-ikiinr of In- sledge upon the crusted his cheerful speaking to hU teamt and by the cracking of whip. She placed a light licsidcbui in the that he if he looked back he was sure to see her face beside and when tnefe was no longer any hope that be could see bur or slip sent after him into the vacant night a loving Kiss from her little finger- tips. then she went to AnnU-Vafdsen nno placed a scrap of folded paper in her hand. is it asked Miss quite too much u wo- man to open it and let it tell iu own tale for itself. hiay not replied Tabita. Where did yon get I may Hot tell After which she went away. Having no longer a reasonable ex- cuse for Annie Vardsen Un- folded the and from it fell a lock of silt tho't at once. Lost and a tear tell from her eye upon it. she it come in this mysterious way But she had not yet exhausted the for upon looking at it again she discovered to brief lines written In a nvle tho' legible v.hich thus com- manded tho eh tliy lave And Umg a lock or tliy brown A strange command and strangely could it But Without pausing to and feeling for the iustant sis if un- der some spelt or power beyond she opened the window aud into the vacant where TaUita's kiss had she flnng a lock to match the one she and a mo- ment afterward wished she had not done it. Lively Carl was by this time well away upon Iiis and five days thereafter he was at the end of it. But be was detained tout days by and deep inter- rupting him on the homeward track he Was much beyond bis lime is reaching the peaceful village. Great anxiety Was felt for him by Tabila who or afraid' iHa'i something might have happened to hiirii or that he would not he home in time to marry her on Christmas dnd by Annie who felt that liu coming would in Sonic way reveal the mystery of Paul's fate. But he was coming safe ami too. In the pock et of his coat he carried great pai-k- ages ol and the well wrapped small parcels. Hu not a bit too j for it was late on Chfisiutsa eve i when he drawled out under I ne'alli the heavy shadow of the i great tall cliff at the foot Of Lin-1 mark's fjeldj and stopped his team j in the bright near the Oaldraken's hut. The stil ness of the night quite filled him with a sense 01 coming and his ilose proximity to a place of doubt- ful the great ghostly shadows of himself and sledge and dogs trailed away upon the to say nothing of the Goblin of the Ice on Linmark's that was tib near td Attfl had suuti an effect upon his mind1 that be fairly and with- out respect tu the state of ther- mometer. be to hiinselfi business were well over. 1 like it ndt but in spired by the praises which were near from he crossed the bridge which spadiied the yawning chasm and stood before the Gal- drakcn's door. Just then he heard the draw-bridge and he snook from head to foot With and wished heariily lie was at home. 1 am a prisoner in the witche's he cried. itecp voice from the inside called to liina und have ao so plucking up his courage he crossed the to find before ft. roaring fire thai sent his shadow dancing about Uic otherwise darkened room. muttered Lively Carl -this i9 no witch's tire at any rale.atid hewarmed himself before thinking at the time that in such a place he must be Still nttd ask no questions. After a lew moments the sarrife voice which had spoken issued' this peremptory the packet for Paul and At first bo thought to deny haviflg any Such a thing about but remembering promise to and being glad enough to get away on almost any he drew the picket tint IVOrh hJ9 walleti it.iraffledidtely proceeded td perform the remaining part of the Command. The bridge was up for crossing it .with two he for the place he had left lifr tettfft. uiit it was not there. He to the dogs Rot here here Iml they did arwtwof Ire'ctiirl'l find no irawte to1 rndli-ate direction bad m slate One or one week...............91 ot fertcli aadltloual week........ SV per year......- bU Imh column adver- tlwments at the usual rates. of great perplekiii'. '.'Witdicraft and sorcery for certain lib ti- of which lie ins hbt llig less convinced when he seehiorl V3 hear some one whisfiering W home and find idem there. He Irxiki-ri aliota liim. but couM tlo nnW. nltnosf beside liiii Self nnrt I km'wiflg how Sinid fnltfht off h'- tho hlh'J of the' L'n-f aim t M ii'uic td lo k d i i f eli i. 11'i.hiii t U was pw wl.eli what sound was that which grtM'ted liimf siw hut ihejnost dismal cry hail cvtir heaid bfokc Upon bird tliroiiiili tlie still niutit air. K. soundeil sometliins lihc llie cry ttf ll iiis Uct The cry was too wild loud foranjiliniif real. From that moment he slackened not Iiis never Hiit Lively Carl stitih A lively pair of iiefels. The cry grew louder It nearin-_r him. He looked back over his slionMrr. and thcf which lie S-as inirllib' village he a ptick romiiiLS as it sci-mcrl tu through air. ISsc-pe ning was hopeless He behind a clump of and ihey on ''Thank God. they hot in purVttit of he In excess ot Looking up as attbi- they hail IIP inadi1 otit frlmt siemcii to bu a of a. rt a fi.nii1-. u firmlv lielieveil O'.ie ot ihc dropped from tin- sh-s ge ''I'nJ gooil for one al .-u-y said and proai-hi-it it ll and limping to-viiids l.im addressed him in a wcll-Unown voit-e. Htf wheeler' about sui'l fled once more. it's only' but Carl did not heed thtf suiniaouS. The people heard the dismal cry which had so frightened Carl. sound drew and the timid fled into their not knowing what was going to happen. sently they detected dug and soriie lie Galdra- The dogs hbiihiied 10 theif and therl they to be the Lively Carl's. They run howlirig in terror from who was driving or rather following them upofl till sledge as they fled homewards. But where was Carl Bcfbrfe' had time tit the Gnld'nken linrj ilisnppeared. TaUila wa6 on thB and met her in a secltidpd place behind the village. and thy lover is no said the Gakliaken In her. other not Coine unless fie thiit tlie lirotlilT lias rttid that his pili-faccil love hus re thg wh it'll rC'-irl this placfil h il-. with slie Ins lliiee i-i-ait t.in I Tljo box v. i i to II. CL1 il ilit'ii site Lively C'wrl s into tlm Saying in Ta ih SL inslrnc iv. when i. j tlie JuitijJ t'i.- I i. nt lll. n came rt as a It al he had that u team at wluoU the of i. off i the people laughed add to the poor man's they pointed oin his all well bis sledge and prot cargo salt'. Mcnnwtiile this was ina for the light in Ida's Behind that same thtri- a niucli hgiontshed for Lansen held iu her hand a which made her lover heir to out-- half tlio Peverell estates in Dei- with ah inscription on tit back of it which o in his lias ydil and bwns it Three times the lamp wasswuiiik nnd the ghost that Carl had seer took note of it. Thetl Ida LanSert fiew dowij for she libard voice slip Well and Jens Pcrtief caught het ih his arms. how is Said fiad just arrived all whrappcrf in furs and white with frost. thought yon were ill. iny imo I came in haste nil these fifty in'ileS at a feai-fnl for the icp is bsd.. This I received but And he produced a rhymed as mysterious in its fltid the manner of SI was Ida's then gave him and he was not to say astonished. .Again the lamp ivas anil any one been tipcn the to the ghost that frightened Carl would have been observed tc lean on the Galdra'ken's ghtf hasten by a fipcltided path JO Tabita's where Lively dart had air cad J- t-ome. rccptveri reward- and been ordered .for wished to receivo the glioet this wns dOnr. and the ghoftf had been provided fell the Govei when tit the ghost sitting in was abbnt to rim away ns CM I. trtit the ahogt put ont a hsiffj rfftrt be am Paul Taoita's lint fillod UK it had neve n to EWSPAPER
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