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   Gettysburg Compiler (Newspaper) - January 15, 1880, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania                                Valuation and Assessment roil nsso. IN piii-Miinn m nn Art of Assrmlilr miss. ,1 Ihe ITU, day ..r July swtcn.cntislu.ri-byi.ulIllslieilliyiiwis.n.Vi J: Moncrx of Ailnnisv-oioity, Mhlt-1, exhll'IK amount nnil x.il-.ie P'Tsonnl IToviTlj, Trml. s upiilium, 1 liliulc tnvihU. l.y tin- several or.Vsimlilv ufilmli'iumuiHVfallh- O.vfimi .7sriy' Iluntlneton ..T wii'jj Si! S, ll........ 11171115' Tyrone Conownito lUUJcr Mountjoy 1I.7MI1 7127' lIlTd OllASr_ I Union U said Iw eighty cenf. jni term for One mnubtn d.'- 'his ll'Xn 511-ilB ____ SOfl'lt liii-' twill, HMO IWU7 5.111.! lll.'.'j, Purr, ins I.PI -Two I'inv N" "iilwiiilim ill Hie iilillon ol II, MM rlml at tin. n-iuii, rules. by I UK, I..riililtf. liunl hlilullilU "I tlio lowest on (hu H. J. STAHLE, Editor and Proprietor. GETTYSBURG. PA.. THURSDA'V 15, 188O. HART QILBERT H. J., H. and G. R, Liberty Berwick Berwick Imr Llttlcatown UM Highland York fc-prluus bor w OxfoiU 1361 M66 1 l.i-ivo (Icl ArrUo III I1UV Him. .liuiolluii. Miuiry ilrovo, Iliiirlsliiuv, riiiiu. viiic'i.i Now Vorh. I'lttHhure WI-Xl'WAKH. AND CUIllbflhulll-. Liirmi.ny......... Franklin K.-nUl'nu..'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'. Tyrone............. Mnuntjoy............. u-k bur Uttltetown bar.. i I'lllxlninr. N( w Yiirk I'lllllKllll'lllll, Itnn-iHliuiv, -nMliiilon. Iliildm Knior.i Jlincl 1.0.) l ll n I in r. n II iT. II at m m n m i. r. I ii S iV, i 11 .vi 'I.', 1S7S. W. A. DUNCAN7 H.MI..HU-CM-K, KIOTO'S HiATTORNEYS AT LAW, 'I't, CI1MI Hide, May ni'iir i in, isrs, if SIISjl I1 r.iwi S.IIO bor NV-w- Oxford l.llll 1.110 5 50 11.110 Slid, 7.IK) f.ll i.oo ISO! II.UO 18.00 4.50 .1..VO HI.H lioili no, in mid i! I, i J. C. NEELY, A T'lOKN'lJV AT LAW. Ni'p. ii, i" i WM. McSHERRY7jr., Pennsylvania Railroad FREDERICK DIVISION. DAVID "WILLS, A TTOIlNli'V AT LAW. .-.Uonce, IH-V :'jj iir.n KI.OII ISI.OO loO.OO HENUV OULI-. oft'., 1IAHN1SH, K. MCOISI.EY, j 1171, JO'JN M. KRAUTH, iilailr belour n just rate, ncoordl nc lo tlio Arlor Assembly. J1KNIU t'L'l.rrorP. JACOB HAHNISU. K. .Mcm.NLEy. TAjTAPPBAIiS. PHECpiDiulbslone-iol the Counl y   but J wiiul fell you tl fij use should fur ohiiHl what you luiy fi west in. Kew yufk mil un II yon how, after the foi d remarked lhu clolhier as he IICL- t'J handle Ihe goods, map shows even the sninllcal vl ages. 1 (ere where my linger 'roil- Down thiswnyyonKo loColumbn nnd from thence lo Cinciminli, whcr IJeacon Hichard Smith can always b found after seven o'clock in lhu morning tlie wnllt ta Glileairo? Thct follow my linger and I'll her with a fortune, the ux. tlio (Jrnud n> coal, J snolonone lull dull caiirellyou foi ed peiiod yon H of which even lhu most 'Wd lo beyond their exjieclji- "ill. Ibis was the iisiire hi......'...... tollii nnd I.luU.you noiwly uta, us his, nol 't li-inpoit u' In the fi'imi nen, noiueii and i liildren, nnd It, Ihe linn-oV heels every elir not too lie Minvd liy the exuitewient. H. J. MYERS. Dr. c. E. ECKENR'ODE, DKNTIST, would I II' Plllllh LTIII'llll I nil hi' will In. In TYMIIMW! s Jam Jr..ln Jionn.iinvi lie m Oxn.rd and boroneli fhThou em' 'j" l" New Freight A Nil COMMISSION HOUSB. Hlh. TlmiMlnviiiiil iilix- Ni'iAiiVn.i.i: on In pfilorn, nil iviirk In IUUHCH inoilfrult mid Kli'dns- hi. lliU. uiiik jrnariiiilccd. Olllcii In licltjviiuru on niiil htilliDinn cluii-ch; In Jtoiiiit-iiii. icr's. Mnr. 31, 18711, tc o orwlck. oo III house ul Stephen lu Abbolu- 0 11'Uor.mil.lu EauUeilli! A' B' the luvnshlp ouTliuir. iiie w. (lli.ll 'Vcrylliintrgoeson uiilnin l he cry is, "oh, for more ex- H may be nil right, but uujiiy, tncse faf.1 days any did Ilio8tiif.'e-e'niih period? I'.KH. ler I OK tion. hum town u .rnul j untry, will ri'i'uh u mwy nil'l ri'lnniHiil' niuno.v will lie IJeud. rsillle. ntxiiv c ..ori'. JACOI: IIAU.VIMI, K. McCil.M.KY, :ALL AND WINTER MILLINERY. Miss S. P. Hornsr aiLLINER! AND FANCI GOODS WM. WIBLE, H.SBENNER'S n.i'in Dr. JOHN J. BROWN, KltltUf.ON AMI Al'f-iilt Ollnlinl tliil." ..j luvlU'H rwlilni v. .Inn, 71', II lhu AilniiH Dr. GEORGE RICE, I'OKdNKIl OF AD.UI.H In Will iitlMul Ii ciill-iniiiiiuny imrtoflhoiioinily. ol1 tin. Thnml, r.lllim niul IH7II. If FREIGHT LINE, Wareliiiusi.o reel, I'V.'i-.v Leave Iliimn'mrc I 17, 711. If imillillT IIOII.VKII, J.JI, UADKUAirait, Drs. HORNER A: RADEBAUGH, I OF IIIIHERT, mey and Xulionu. MISS A.T BARR, UH.TIUOKK ST.. OKTTYSHUKfj, 1'A. opened a Urge nt of cnm liAUOAl.Vj l.v Uo.NNETS AXB TS, TKIMMKD AND UNTUIJI.MED. lfr. S Puroli.ivlng ifr !.kt. pli-muro lu sl.ov- Oi-l.lb. 1S7D. .Ini I 1-1 K WHKX 11KST IS CLflW K i -y 'T TIIK CKICI:   'rarrl, burled his fm-u in hlnhiinds and rocked his Iwdy to occasion- idly pinning lo listen to the gnus or -eawurd, nud (lion reaiiming liis moaning cfintinually. minutes might have thus pawed, ttheii ii young man biir.sl Ihrongh ijiiaking the bv llie lionliltir, said: "Mr. Klerlhiit, they n board the that YeS good youth, nnd you Inne ,o rescue he exclaimed, starting np wilh eager joy; but when hi- recognii-ci the upeiiker, he suld in a lone of "limp. IK'intinonl, Mm-tln! Iy, .voiing man, you have m.t to iimph my iBhlhlin by his wife; nnd In to dcr lop nob h like iimiile recompense for Vint Iry him lieliingyeiirHofoitpohilionoiiliiopai'l of in IndianaiHjlisV1 conlinued Ihe agent. "Jlero is Uulronie I ynn I Staniuuiu, uvor hour of a ghost saving u rtd road train? A former snuerinlendenl I "'mldn.'l me I rovnlei ce and Worcesler Kail-1 '''-1' ulnmdml dollar bill. Dial one night when ctad'oned Jlehuld Ihe direction and road i at Provlilum-i. in charge of the freighl de- partment, a freight was late, nuj there remained but Uvenly-llve o clear Iho trnulr for n express rain, J'lns wiisn'l nnimniil, nnd as Ihe 'Cd light was burning for n signal, no one oil alarmed. Hilton walked out 0 the very end of the d.-pol platform, I Hiddenly heard in my cur lion- wortHiwiio ropwilcd, with 'union, the light out I Hilton, light, will nnd M H .Iho wiiinii witBllni fervpiit reply. "I come lo aid you, if, indeed, inorlnl i in oxlreinily'liko Ihin. l.ui hy-fjoncs. Only iinsvvc r me oiid ques- knmvn to Ihe present gcneiiition. The roads between Philadelphia and anil Irt'e Clladti which1, the (iood Intent nud -Telegraph lines ran; weic long famoiw for excellent road- side inns nt which the travelers took their meals. Old-time travelers over lhe.se roads will recall wilh pleasure the mimes i-ttyniiiirc, rn, 'p. f.. IS7X. tr I) Mm Wlll'l lorn D, Has lilsollli'u OIK, iloor i llu ihrinitHinri'h iin L'liiiinburHburKHli'iK't, IIIH NIllliK li> 't, um nt-nla ii'siHiclmlfy hivfli'i April II, tscii. tr mill-: l iifijiiniNiil Wllllui uiuli.-r tin. Him naiiii. I 1EK COl'V, TO TO ANV AOlihfciw, KAK, iiHul iuUiiyiir, mill will riHiihu.) im naiiii. of JOM. HIM.NO- (H, nt ihe stumi, funicr iiml dm I'lslniu; Ml., llellymuim, sii'ii'-k "i'1' FRESH G-ROCEBIES KININ, uuetnswttiv uiut l-'Kh. Hull, Kluur, lim-dii, THIJUCHH, llerrlnu AC. ronu-i-i IViilciilv.% IVulln In MHN ANti IIOYM. .MKK AND IIIIYM. Stl'SN AND HOYS. .MKN AND IIOY.M. .n and a Mill Him (it ai'lli'lt i n (irorory Store-nil or w sold al Iho Inwi'Hl i-imli pi icei v f I i for CLOTHING. I'NIUVAI.I.KIl IN MATHlllAI, ANH AT Noah Walker Co., IBS niul 107 llnllhiioro ulici-i, tli-lvvci'ii Culvert niul l.lplit, ol'Heiimei'Xai Sidlingllill; Denison Ihe the Jtininln; iFengel'sj at Liginiier; nnd Haw's, ul (iieensbiirg. 'I'he lillle village of Umdon, foiirleen mMi-h west of (.'linmbersbnrg, nl the fool of COM. iminiilnin, WIIH in those days a famous slopping wugiiiifi. Tl'ie 'SIIADELPHIA EEKIT TIIES wiiBoiis wcie made there by a man named Uiirkliulder. There nlso were made the best bull chains, the iron uwid niuniilHelnrcd from orfcs dug out of Cove mountain. The long, black Hiake whip, which every wagoner cm'- I'ied, was iilso inndeat London, and to lliis lay in U'eslen, Pennsylvmiia thi.sf.orl of whip is called Ihe London whip. man mined Scott kepi the wugon stand, or iivein.iit London. Ik, w'ns the I'nther of A. Scott, the 1'ies-lduiit of Ihe 'Vnnsylvniiiii Kailiiiiul. Oul. lieeside in pniking of (his, siiyHi "I knew Tom Soil well when lie lived at London. 'lajiirJim 1'iillon, long Stale Collector of Tolls al Columbia, I'a., sitter liiipsMI UIM i finnflM OlfflUI! d.UUUUili A NEW WM. H. (HVOCSMOII TO S. CODOIU If nil !l- bniltt'hcs xti-iVi, ami 1m on" ol llio lu i'ul, Vdi'k FAT STOCK 'Ji'll will find Jiit It Ilicli- irUct prico mlvanlntjo touiill.dM Is nhvavs Tin- BOOKBINDING UltANl'lIliH. HONK IN Al.t, i THE TIMES, MAGAZINES, NEfTSECOliD-HANDED si..) Hindi- :or oi I'urlutllmlH rvuclvod at logo G. E. AUOHtNBAUOH. Kooni ovi'rSUll'A Hi'litllii'l .Miirt-ll I, II I'll) CO., MONUMENTS K SPECIALTY. I'ersiins anytliliiK In their lino me liivllcil to mil unit I'Mimliui iiieir PENSIONS "r ''ijuij, t. niviiifiit, or aiiv u nf tho Into wurtoii iii Itvw nf.riuiuury, MAoit nl, the ilmc or luutli 1.1 11 Midler. AllflilHkMl Blunihl imnl.v il oiH-o. Thoiisniiilii tvlio an) now ilmwliu' ionium nru itntltluil lo nit IUIU'OUMO. mil wlilpwH or the of 181'.', nnil MoxleaV mr'nro nnlllti.il lo XliMlnnntbi tiri. ihilltloil to hmmlytmt ilon'l know It. fM ritaM only WM. 'Soml tva ulamtn M, iitojikM inui in'WAT, liiw -Altll Kix tss, iiwii, Itlnn ll vmO s, Wiwhln U.K. nlnllil AUiinio 'iiHhliiliuni, may ho ncu, a, Tti. I II JTv" W V 0 "f- l and took as clerk There wvre three clerks in I'atlon's Hen- ry .Huston, Ncotlj ;ulid'jJnnioi F. lilack. Alter Peuiisylvunia'tfiiilrond. WIIH built, Huston boramp genoriil freiglit agent of that road, mid j's liow President! of (he Knipire freight Line. 'Scot remiiini'd on the public works until ilj I'l'iinsylvnnin Ilnilrond wns cumiileted Ii llnllidiiyslitirg, whon he inis fiupei inteiidcnt of the ruad, then dont, and'iH Hlnck keeps n tavern at .Columbia, the of .the fttiilo riill road to Columbia, nnd tho railroad be twccn L-mcnster and Unriisburg, tin. (loud Intent line started from and Ihe from Columbia, KI.OIIIOA jury Is imnl imoiiyli in. did n small boy for' nny crime in the ciilcjidnr. They were marcblng Iwo and two, bended by the sheriff, to inspect the county jail. Tin- Hmalt .boy know the (herlli; and slr.ncfc up. jliearanee of Ihe jurymen, shouted to mother small boy, "llore Jllll, hurry up ind have n eomea Ihe chain, gang." ''______ lion, for nothing is to bo lost; Will yon me have your dtiughlor if 1 siieceerl In rescuing Theie was n momentary nnd tho nmwlcs nf hi.s face worked convulsively. All presmil forward lo bear'his mihwe'r for the fury with which the old man hud- pursued his duughter's lover nnd lhu dec'- lamlion Hint he would riithur see her dead than married to Ihe young man were known to every lislcner. length he gasped: "Yes, yen; go at once, Only save her, nnd she will be yours." The youth pniiKcd no longer, but dashed through Un. Jn a miimle his bout was afloat, and hy.u solitary but one llshermnn.nnd lie under lo the young could ho jKirsuaded to risk Ids life wilh her set forth. The bout rose gallantly on Ihe waves, hhulclng like n duck (he Hpniy from diur sides, nnd for a few minules was seeii mo- nienUirily culling thu outline Of the gloomy sky as -heatlnincd the summit of llie. billow; nnd then she gradually jiiLlfced inti Ihe dinkiii-hs nnd wns seen nn more. Pur more, limn nn hour tho crowd re- mained on the bench, almost inc-riidnlbiuii of the lover's success, and yet lingering in the-faint hope Hint hu might relurn wilh his[ precious freight. That he hud Ihe good wMios of all wiw evident from tlio wilh which they s'lrnined their t-yos into the-gloom lo see if he was, re- turning, and the audible prayers for his success 'which were brenlhed by more tliuii one of i' Apurl from IliiVgo'iieral Ihe I'uhcrmiih whom Iho liiiser hud lust ap- pealed tn, Hirmnndcil a few kindred ftpliilli, who were discussing witli iiim the eliinico of the young man's "It it mndiiess to attempt said wilh Mich strange power, that I iiwlanlly looked at njy, wnlch, siuv thul, the Shore Line express was due In three minutes, grabbed Um red lantern on the cm ol the and ran 1111 with all the of which I was capable. Along I'faiily imnoll' ed by some slnmgo inlnlllon fhnl ihere wns danger, nnd never for nn as 1 run, why I WIIH running, or whnl 1 was to do. Ariived nt the first nf Ihe i nrvu near llie Corliss engine works, 1 Htopnc.1, and for nn instant turn- "1 and looked back Die red lighi n uas burning, but inn hecond it fhttlered 11 pltle, and suddenly "Und 1 wouldn't, bo mhoiit dis cont mil lisgreusij-fcjKilon derlail for a two hooner- ed toller "Won't you want n "Don't you wiinincontV" do I wnnl of lhal conl when 1 have no n 1 The Long they may Iw Enjoyed. Wlint shall we do with our cvonings' Hns is uld Ilintwl rmnki-H "cw iijndn, ll body, for IV. Others, who every- i or whose leisure is devoted to iwie find Ihclr ]wrplexlty IhesborlnessofthcM'ason. But in the imc't villages and more coimlry Hslriolx, mnlamongthc lionie-lovlngrhist onr cities, Ihe long cveiiiiigs'brinJ lhal frequently go lo waste >r wnnl of a little planning and corcerl action. ey should be entered upon M'itli the re- olve, (irsl, not to them and K..... id, not, lo worse than wnslo lime, fill says some one, "is an OUR GREAT COUNTRY. TINS iniyhly Of t nij wilh ihttt of which tilled und do now Illl grout in in the world's in no, illy understood. It Ii- a topic of which he JVinonhasiipokon morc'lhnn t will do no burin to refer to it again, The rnajw will have lo hour the roxpon. ibilily of whatever misapptchciiHiim ex- sts as to the comparative nice of the vnrt- rtateo. Men know, in n general way '-at Rhode iKhmd, and Con- 'iruntand lit- ill Iran rtfly ivnt. of in, would not vole ,u have no 'for fri'sidcnl-Kmnu' iw lean to Sherman, R few to Ulamo, and tlw rest nre ,m.; [nit (irant. ft Is in )wrt the Mumc cK-ment homlrtl Ihe DrlMow niovvnmu in "illy our ran lex nircngthened. At the pruient lime we in encj with h-ndhiy Itepubli- thwughont the country, uid noon there will be in a chain of or mnluitionx whWi wilf extend over the whole Unltc.1 States. we wilt not lie at for newKpupers, will have the support of mine of the beat und m.wl in- lluKHIInlin Ihe country. Ours U im-nt which he dcspiwd or pooh- poohed by ihe politicians." H boglin to look its i.f ihe nomination of (.runt would splii (hc Rcpublioui party. Di-mxu the lot mnnnter Ihe at Kmnitlsbnrg fed who their gate on the turnpike toGellvsburv the thoriotmhfcre of thcpoor ireti-h- who, hiivlng the ncttenra of pWH on thai would have been' clhnselnh ill his nine hundred and six -ninth year." A ml to misuse time oM way of killing U, One of the bc.sl ways uf using Ihe long fflings, if you are the bend of a family, lo make them happy and helpful to ur household. Don't your book or wKpaper direclly after own Inlo Om wnrinei-t corner in r that warns everybody ID keen still- id sulkily or hellishly until 10 o'clock, I then ynwningly ai-k your wife if it 'I "most lime lo icrs are about us useful......1 not "Vhnl dv I vhnnts uf dot mnp whe mine tho Iy express Irnin. Hilton sin Hwmiplils liinlt-rn, iind the "el'ing him, whistled un nvoidcd collision, Then Iliev exnm the light, mid could we no possible ream why it should have j, w.ls fu with n perfect n'ick, and there wn n" wind blowing, .dllioiigh, if there ha 'ecu, U should have remained bnrni it had before Ihrongh There were ordlnarll mniiy a Horn ,two on the exprehs, and this night Ihe were seven, aH full. ieven the voice was Kiipernnliirnl. iDillg llltMineHH IICIU' of avennu, Detroit, used t, I't'ii'l nbotit half in oxpluining lo i'ra why he could not sign Ijooks o r leild small moonshine but llml'lime'hns pawed, jt llow lljm (WQ minnles to gel rid of wise. The other day n man ndled to sell him n mnpof JMchigan. Hehud scarcely made knojvn his errand when the niur- 'C.umu, und I'll sec nlxint it." (le lod thi Mi) loil the way lo n boiler shop Iwo hl'iclts wherein i; hiii'u.; line's were pounding ul, to thu centre of intb the midst of the deafening nickel he1 turned to Ihe agent nnd kindly hhouted.' 'Wow, Ihen, if yon'know of any special reasons why I should purchiiHe n map of Michigan plciisn'slnte them nt length The mini with the maps went right out without ntlcmpllng to slide '.'reason Ihe and tho merchant tranquilly re- turned lo hi.s desk lo nwtiil the next. A CIIIIHI, nn evening recent Iy sundown, u gentleman who wait silting by tho window, casually re "Hut don't, yon wnnl nn idea of Hale yon live in V Whi, I, in (irund vhuy in der front door imruV" demanded the clolhierim he drew up. J can't sell yon this "Tlicn I cnii'lpcll yon thin saiij, map ,ls 'd lo KO, The clothier shook. you lake this map at "uld yon t.ikc asnnimcr west for lift v The agciil wanted one more woid. Blinding with hi, luii.l on the latch he Wild "When yon ,VIIV land iilciiM: let know." "Vhcn yon finds lo Shackso, uas (he answer, mid nn n jjood ijualily of irders. There is u gooil bit of Um even- left after Ihe children's Iwdlliue, if ygolo bed when they hliould. on his "home. if th him been permitted u, oll, n him, or give nil hour to xamtw in uh all bunds onnjoin, A little rotiij help your digestion and more i it iMH (KMhibly hurl dignity 't be afraid, good people, of a regular drwo of fun In your home life, u is OIL best jioing for remlemneHh nervoiiMiom, irritublcness, Htupldniw, and allother thnt spoil home com fort. Tin: Uw nr rixui.vn.-Tlu'law of ing is IhN: The finder has n clear title agahiM all the world but ihe owner The proprietor railmid ear or of n hhop has no right to demand the propcrlv winch may he upon their properly or their premises. .Such may make regulations in reg.ird to Iy which will bind their employer hut they cnnnol llmbng was declared by the King's liench one hundred years ago, In a owe in which the facts were Ihese: necll.'iit hnve a small area in were.iw they wiOi llie great of Uie I of work In other OowdoiuHv But In the exmnlnation of hall at the convent en- they have not taken Inlo artoimtj traniw, (bod and clothet. 'm-er e W'4'll'8> fil11 into j cldMren they arc taken I'ennsylvniila and KIOKM, of York I thi-lr arnm Iftat hap- md Coorado. They look al the county After forty to Blty of tlio smaller and aud M at their and Drmg these Into I L_ Into juxtaiMrfUon wllh tho nre drawn on usmnllerncnle. A pnrisons will serve to remove mis- conceptions, 'The nren of the Island will idcd with b) oarry home tlK-m. The- resident 'comniMiiltv k iiehool of lob laay fltMfre' a' wiperh form of Ijoo acrm kwikt cnltlvitton; onilrc- range from Khode '.v "vi-nwen by a whoiw cmnomic  SI. If I-) M to with a hdty memlwrahip of from Marv land, Virginia m-a of these Ihlrlevn slates is yel less b ,y to fifty thoiiMin domination of one fiielion over niiothcr, sharpened by the spirit of re- wallet containing a Mini of money on n let i Beper.itcd Pff VI'IIKX ijood floverniir H-----, who .t most devoui was the Chief -MagiMrate of Kentucky, he was wont to fri-iiiiently enlerlain the meiiibem of th, General Ascembly (he Cioyernor's Man- Hion. .To the.ve c.ime, wilh the member from his cunnly, old ho had jiiht reached I'Vankfoit wilh a raft of 1UKH Irnvn tin, Kentucky liivcr. man who was called f.imiliarly "Uncle became the centre of un admir- ng group, lo whom his Juan elollird were loUil id) improper nltire for ihe (iovcr- levee; and his tongue being loowd iy a glass of sherry wine, which he then for the Ili-ht time in his life, he was nil-running hi.s admirers with stories roni "his when lhu Governor ppronchcd, "Uncle Johnny, here is Ihe one ,of lhu company j and strnighl- thu old man was silent, for ho was vonvhelmeil by the of the injesly of (he Commonwealth, ''fii> on with youmlory, Uncle i Iloor. Ifo handed the wallet and contents to the returned lo the owner. After Ihree ye.irs, during whieh Die owner did not cnl'l for (he puny, the finder demanded the wallet and money from the shopkeeper. The latter refused deliver them up on the ground that (hey were found on hisprem- IK-H, The Under (hen K.....I hhopkecp- er, nnd it was held, stnted, that ngiiinsl nil the world but the owner the title of Ihe mirier pcrf.'d. Ami tho Under hns to stand in the place of the owner, thai he was permitted lo .1 person who e plaintiff Iind artlrliw lost by found are lid marked! "There o _wpinnn Ihat Clcorgc 'H di-iid-goiio oil." His wife who was In tho back room gel ting mtpper reiuly, dropjwi a plate on tht Hoi r, stuinblod over tho, nnd ran likij ii qinirtfcr liorso to the, whitlow with whore? tell mo one'wilh tliu long elon'k-jn jnsl nt ilsherinan "hut 'when f limnd ho' w llvnry ThninuH, n bright little fellow ovor in Algiers; "Jltnniim, hnve my toes pot "No, my lii'g i why tlo you ask such n foolish quef- tion V" "llecanse my fool's 0. ..ould t iiisiated that he should miiko his uomlilions the old man before he veulnred; for, you sec, if danghtci' was cmce removed lo usurer's iifm's, inighly UUlugriitittiile would ho ltn.vo.foi'' hcrlpreserver, and Harry would'stand as ,bad) u cliancc us ever, 'lliinkshe thought ns of (ho young ninii ns he nf her f.ilher Mont her nwiiy, r more limn to, drisje Marlin from her cnl; dniig'er. secmsi. something 'like Iho retribution of a higher'power ns a p'inmji'.' mi'ijl, for But, Hint nod a .1 Kl'ory eyii wna sonwai'd In wli'icj direction llsherman hud Indicated lj( hoard the hail; but nothing oxoopl tho while foam of tlio tho foreground, mid tho. lowering clouds behind, forming n ohiiolie ifiiws of dark ness, Nor was nny sound save that ol1 lh.ii roaring Uimpust borne lo "llnrkl" nl longlh .wid another 'tliuro It is iigniii I1 Kyory one llfitcned, and now n linlloa viw heard faintly .-through tno. Bloom senward, One of tho Unhornum a roply was qnjeicly cnuglit n this lull of tho lampost, A few mlmilos -f brctilhlosR Hiigponw during which (ivoi-yoyu wits Htriiinptl to tlio ul. _''Tlieru il It IH length Then tlie.womiini til. tho window mild, in that's I'l'es, romarkcd' Ilia briilnl' husbnml, ipiietly. dlwppniiileil woman and got the sujipoi' vcndy, but her y, u suilly ioiresl bniie-ovou'lng; il J, lid .some one; "the Governor will like lo ear it." "Vcs, go on, Uncle said, llie oVcrnor, kindly smile of, ciicour- and the old man, thiM uonvlno 'od thnl even the Oovernor, wns also n man, concluded his narrative. Then becoming (wider, he ventured to address the 1 went to your meeting niul I whnr yon sols." He Iind been to thu lOpiseujral Church nnd had   of Uhode Wand, five of the by over Dun, California nlon only greater Hum alone. has a.i area miles, and is almost as large as the _ i-Ue of .Ve Bi-llieruro l k, 1hplH. All tliu.NVw Iiw i in extent than Orepjn, I.'Si' than Mi unesola. Jonble the HU' of eilher Ohio, In.li ami, or Viriiinia, nnd York nnil .Soulh Orolina together. So is Nfbrai-ka is ixpinl in extent to i all the .Vew England Texas alone comprise, of the territory of IVjiiixylvuiiia ail' stjites bnl Mai more than the whole. Texiw, Onyon, MinnesoUi, nnd Jfebnwhi mi nearly lu 'onibined. Now we turn la the of iiu. use Ihe llgnrcs of the renmu of 8'0. 1 he relation of ihe stnt..s will IMJ scon In another Unlit. iwpulRUim of Uic tliirtv-olidit fcilw, by ihat censiw, was In CoiiNtiii'is in Ohio, and Thomax Hiley lives there and raineN wheat. The other nielli he heard his Kriin. nry, and found them under the building with IKIIP, Imrini! holes It the Hoor uboie them, JIM under Ihe wheat, Mr. Riley Uu-reujwn invaded them with a revolver and several by yellow doga, and not only mtde (hem leave their und anger to him, but forced them to Mgn a wriium agreoment not to come on his premiM-j, again. Mr. K. is evidently a typical nm. uinK Ohio niHii, We nonilnate him fur 1'nv.idcnt. .lolmShermiin wouldn't have done Iwtter than tliat. mill for wvenly ur eighty years, having rina fruit nt ali U fine tree, in Jamaica h.tsi uvur nut- megs on it yearly. '1'lie Kites foot up France, with aroaonly nlwnt ns an area only about Umt'of n of of Englaii-l exU-nt is, m n-nrly us i have Ibis nnliueg (rade, mi.they the Uimda and ull thu other Iradera mid dextroyed lhu To keep the ju-ico up they once burned three pilcu.of nniinegB, iideli.irfwhich was as large clmrch. Xaturudid ,with.Uieir, inviuurott. The iilit- lf.vuuni.vii gro- cery weslern jwrt of the clly the other day u boy win buying shol nnd gi'lllnjjj-endy lo go RU11 was lyjng iironnd ralhur IOOH-, and the grocer nervously remarked i I'lioy, I .wish you'd hike care of that afraid ,Mi The boy slood il and went, on idling how. nmny be iieant lo pretty soon it i icar fallim; to jloor. you I llml of France, in Tl... of Texas, ns wllh Blh, itM rf lntt the 21 j fciielun.1 wer.! 'only IllVen Mt. of Ihirly-cighl Him hail, In population of Ihoiih i vmtfauul, thai mpported stiites lownrds which Ihe tide of emigration is ,now selling MinnenoU, Kansns, Texas mid Colorado. l one, _ rlcil one, just rising un yonder "I sen il shouted another, "Here they come, huzan! intrude I u Hio Tim queerest Uimfe nli cvcnliou u .afli [I Ip nlionl thb'Hlno of n biles, and lives under Htoiius In intdj snow in in ten yenrn.lUoy iinmigrnlo in largo iirmicA. ahjjy They .'TJicygo straight, tlirqiigh huyiitiivkii than go uro thorn, Jiov a man slanHs'iii tho'vny, ,lliey will' jump him m high kneK They continue, tlioir coiii'Bu until I Ihini; will onic of us exeloimod Hie grocer as he juinpud aside, and the boy leaned it UlpiiiiHl the counter'mid Vnid'lie'il never Ukc u biclc seat fur a he loplfiiil over to' look, at' mine' buMisllot (lnmbleir the gun' ehargo, jii't'o ateu-gnlloiiojri-hi'ifii i'linge, "Tliirc yell. Pjl ,tho 'gro% ho' i; loll you, fan would' "vJU'l did promptly rctoi'lcd (he boy, ypu I'm KO outlo occupied wilh polillnil iitfi.lri'. Ills wife is lying at t'nnnes, hitelunddccliwwlliiil he'cjinnotspiin! (he ,tiinu to pay liw-mvUit.   miwpMt that he in not often ihat a man is tilled by u meteor. IhvM Mefnenlh'atc'r, .toi.knian, of Whttertmi'e, lately, while driv- ing] caws to the lurn early In' the morning, was by an Hwllti nnd in- killed. is 'as abojit Ihe a comnuwi water bucket, anil it was formed of iroii pyralca! The man frarililly inuliluted.' ,I.im.E Muter Bodily hai been in the IwWt of putting hw peunit-ii into Iht! box at Sunday till hurt .Sunday, when PVCI'i Iho waves drown and cxtor-; litiniift) M'o knoiv, SQinp.nion who are ju4 iiliout us bjg fools (is that. In hydl'iiuljcdof wllieli nnt'nral philosophy ipbnkeltl Tboro ,bu (ours Hint weak.' on and tears Hint doliiuwj biitwhon Uvo wonioii are In Ij'oiiblu-morntt'oiiblulU'aii (inn nnrf. havo no'iio'tb cling Ivs. to I) it oaelKOtlior. ybi'w ii illyjoigbyAl, ahjIUkSlia mill n- Kile Vosliot, rovlvM.lbrtlliHlo, new and widow and Iho rather- ess strongUi lo rlso up and mritlo like tho fntilfiil Holds, A, .Iw'nii mved Imrn'ciMn Imlll by and: howls 6f cut rhlt'h taw the hptiHo wjnall loiid'iinoiiKh'io walto 'thom', JTow I oats mily Mjniilloil awnkud ponple un. ilor such thcj beiiellt'hnmnnily; Init then, AjMtwo-j letter snyM: Women wear thiclf shoos ami warm1 mider llahnels; do not Itico, arociim they no nnd If bo worn, It In very mnall, and kocp Jlii bottpnis of chort nkiru from heels at every slop, for ionic TlieliltU, otic- 'sul scolding, winding "Hiftry thJn IfllT hiirry and "iljL Iflil. is I liji my .pennlS of land, that yet nwnln to be iwe.1, money don't n> up to God- I only IH familiar with ihe Mr. kef scolding, winding conlil MC the UM) of, li'it JIHjw mid it doiiit do a (f lie lias (raveled he'will Miwcily of this I, I never. llw rMtaow of the good, unyhovrV Htory of (lie j "Artoiuus anuu wl, dune WUdi.triflJiW 1 nm gi.lng to writo wimotlihiK that will live.1 'Wvll, what, for IniiUticeV In Iho wwno grave way he wid: 'A lie.'" "I numtxr against wld n trump to.JiidgoKlft of N. U, "Oii'Wluit ground T" I've been twice in Jail, und am opposed to n third _______________ TIIKAntalnwiiMwiM printed by Purbneh, in nidi, luw 'or all the llml are liiming lo UK. lie laml enough and mm enough lo give all it Air Am' KviiiiimoN-.-'llurt pfeturo at n fearftil 'broil, think r Nryoiir iMff et I" iii a penMrat Uiwtrr- He unfenawM in nonwttweit m   wall, it bii'i the rat we object it'Mfcewnul. EWSPAPERl   

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