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   Gettysburg Compiler (Newspaper) - February 5, 1880, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania                                f OLD AND REIIWLET SDK. S-ixroiro's lavnn ISVTOOIUTO Sis StantLirl Family Ecniody for jjdiscaK-s of thr Livor, Stomacli mm! Bowls. is Purely is xj i v c i '3 been in my y tJ.c i: ..n il .ifod IvbllHri.J SEND FOR TmnH. -TWO Dou.AliS per annum In aiiiunce ANI- FIITV CKNIH If not Villil in iidviiiitc. N'o submitIjitlon discon- tinued, Hilton lit tliti oiitlon orilic -jlibllHlior, uulll all mo piild. laiciiuil at tlio usual nilcH, Uux'o ruluclloti lo Ilicwo who mlvoi'tlHo by Uio j cur, .Ion MILS n.id, or every tlio vuuillr-it label or rani to tlio handbill 01 wiUi dlipiiteli, In 11 workman- HKc immw-r, anil at Uio lowent living oirK-ii-i. (.IL linltliiioro KlroiH, u tow doors above the (-1.111 Hiouw, on the oppoiltn slik-, "Got- lyibmi: fompllor omeo" on Ihc. lull lill rig H. J., H, and G. R. R. l.cavo (li-llyBburic, AiilvoatNowuxiunl. itanovoi', Unin'ry llaltlnioio, Md., WllHhllljilOII, I'lilln. vlal'ol. New York, I'll Mm nt, a in p in athartic Pills nWnf- iho choicest cathnrtic principles meiliune, in projiortioiw nccuratoly nil, Uil ic. .secure certainty, nan loinnty ol effnsl. They aru tho" rcsftlt ear- of (.artful slitily and practical 'cx- iment. and nre the inoit elTectnal rcm- >et for diseases, caused hv iniKcment of Ihe .stoinadi, liver, nnil .reK wliii.1. riqnnc inompt and effectual atincnt. AMI.? ]'iu> are spci ially np- to this class of (Incases. They ai t cctly OR tho alul osslinilativo ictuses, and regular liealtliy ac- a. IlKir extensive- liy iil-vsiciani iu ir and liy all civlllrtd nations, jne tf the main pvoofs of llieir value an afe, sure ard perfcitly reliable pnrgativo dieiur. lit-ini; cfiinjiouuited of llie ton- itrnted virlucb ol purely i egclnble sub- nces, they are posiir, elv free from calo- 1. or any injario is and can 1-c to i-lii.dren perfect safety. iVEii'-. rn.is nre an effectual cu.-e for or C.istircuosi., n, Loss or i'l Stoinadi aiifl BrpuUi, utiachc, Loss of llcinor.v. Numbness, Jiiiuidtcc, ilhctmmtisiii, liptions Dibcascs, Dropsy, niors, Worms, Xoili-alsia, <'ollc, ipes Diarrlia-j, Gout, es, .jf tlio Liver, ami nil  nilwl. Eiaanuel P. Wisotzkev. 1TII. If THE BEST! ror DcucrlpltTO Carmkr and lo JUIICItTtlU IKJttKiKT mt. CO. WM. VilBLE. AGENT, CiETTYSIIUllO, I'A. Wilson, ilngtoi. and SN., .riCO, l-K.NN'A Oil) r Sills, Ashler, Platforms, Steps, Cuib Stones, Cemetery Cuib, Posts, Bases, Monu- ments, etc VLt K1M.S 01 VVOKK Ar -OWEST PRICES iustratei nl- n-r jjoitant- buy v l- HIllKJOU ll'iw If. i AXll i- 1-as-s, Six .-..loAj Y-fafeX imi wu" Ill i-Iegum tiolii. In Oerl n nd KuenivlngK lr: l-iif s, UMrJ" 3 lrialtoP'l JAMES I.oiuul'lltsbiiru, Now Yorlf, I'lilliulcll.lila, iranlstjiiiL', Hllli'liHIalloii. llalllinoro, hnioiydnivn, nan. .luncllda, llfihovcr, New Oxford, ArilvpnlUillvikiiiK, II la ii an si in II ,111 I If. r> n nil! Till H) i> ir, 7 no n m K I- K i n p in r. i.' H 7 in 1 1 l.'l 1 J -K 7 23 1 1 ii) i 7 at H. y STAHLE, Etlllor and Proprietor. W. A. SCOTT, i TTOKNHY w. A. DUNCA'N, ,i tllltdl'O H I'L'Cl, IU cHliU'llil-, (lultj'Bblii'K, Ul M, H. Me, UrnvTrc ATTORNEYS AT LAW, KIJW. .1. (OX.JUHI'IDKOIv' I'MIS I'KAC GETTYSBURG, PA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 188CK n lllcc on Iliilltiiiurii ii-cl, nirilnliln, near Hi jiny 10, IT J. C, NEELYJ AT'I'OILVHY AT Olllco 111 tlio'liorlhui uoriinrof tlin nlamoml, Uuliyrtaiiv, I'a. Ht'p. H.1, is7fi. ir 'IS. I J" nuuill (Jll W ,M. It, Ii i> 'H ''U0 ft'i1 Fuilorlok ill Pennsylvania Railroad. FJ1EDEHICK DIVISION, and aner Monday, Oulolii-r II, IK7II, trains will leinc and arrive al (IIUKU 01 a- lollomV -rt tH Vo.k. (uni.iwt- Inif with mall uain norlh M, ij, n. u lul Uoluinblu anil l-orl C WM. r.Aw, DAVID WILLS, ATTUUXKV AT I, AW, flinTY-illUllCI, PA. Olllcu In rmliK'iici', HMitliulisl i-oiiicr ur Ilio nmiiioiul. Jim.'.D.JS7S. u D. M. WILSON, ATTOKNHY AT LAW, TA, Mliruhai, If p. HI, Irom Hanover, for Voik cimiuioilm' train Umv liw IIK JACOB A. KITZM1LLER, _ lo ir. AVoinii, l.ll', llllH lomovwl Ills lllllco til tllO rlOCOIIli or bulkllnii, Baltimore Mrn-t, lynliiijii, Pa. n-i-iintly uumpliiil In- Jl, II. IN i f'll I I l-iiHw- ayil, writ. "uKt "H I'vu ivnmloriKl In n xluiity wood Ui 11 stoop ba.iliHroko nu ullliiirrililii. Tlii'lriiniKKyHMiiimllHliiihunir, vast appeared inllunil fair, AcnjHH tlui maiiiio lirlulilly -.lionc, IH-IIIIII raro plcluroi inpi I'voslond, Aadjoyod lo cull llilsnll my iiiin. Nnuhiiro In Kaliiroi-iin I llml ThhHpul, vtliorolHuiillimwij "I'll lull apliaiiloinui'tliuiiiiiiii, II Hu'lhullnm.villL'll-ll, I know, T ______ AllAI'A. i minings lendiiig to n ridyo or out of u nwiimp, ami ono or more range Ihu hill or Hwnmp In boat lip the guino. When Iho deer npproiichcs u nwnlng at which out1 of tlio party iMhUilionoil, ho given a Kiinnd in imilnliun of Mioir yniinn ivlien, too ulnsuly, they will Hta h toglvoun dxpcrkmcoil hiintn- Down, ilown, Ihuli Koinl.slnldiift to llu- nliiliU ly rinl, illHlant iiioimiidn lops wllh a Kuiii lUUl NllVC'I'CI'Csl. Dai Ihu; Imck iiiny iranins llirmn-li tlio Mdiiillllllirn ili'llMlly, I'liv Illnlil, Inni ly cow-liny puniim -irl-clilwl anil Itlal'lnoil, Iu mi- la nil-oil1 ttlnilowi Ilics burning, vi-l mi- baniiocl. ilnivii, pnlofnll Inl frown, stern illnluiHl. II HIIIII luimiil'm tolntriraitoliuriliukuKp- JOHN M. KRAUTH, TTOIUn.y AT t.AW, naty-Uninc, 1'n. C'oHuotlonH and all Icmd IJIIHIIK-HH proiiMilly atlondcd lo. k Ollke on Uattluioii'Htiei'l, fontli of tlui Coiltl- ______July III, IKIUI. II' D. H.S.BENNER'S PKEIGHTLIiNTE, Al Cul. c. II. HnohUi's W.ircliuiw nn I'ml Illd't, rtKn'YSlllJltO, 1'IIN.VA. rt- crj linhliunivcvir) T j11 o ArrHu at llal'llinnrc (Illlli.n Hlnlliin) every 'luciilaj ami Kiiilaj. iiuhiy anil TliumJii> iiby anil r'llilnj at ry anil CUJIMISSION HIKJII ANT ami Dcalui In ull IcImUitT Grain, Plaster, Salt, Halt lor suloliy Ihu al llm prices loilouluiM. All klmli of cnatuaiuly on liiinillnrwiUi, All mxiils iiuiivorul ID iinfm'iil inucliiMOr. Tins tbu public Is war Dec. I, IH.D. If II. S. IIKNNIOIi. .New Freight A .V I) COMMISSION HOUSE. Mli: iimlcrslBiiiil InlomlH rminlui! n JtAll- klir fAlllidwcon Onll.VHburK and llalll. Hnciilal uitiiiiilon lilvon lo Hiiltti, colloniloim and Hullumittiil of ostuti-H, All lewd nnd itliilinn lo 1-eiminnii, Homily, Hack 1'ny "ml DIIIIIIISCH mtnln.it thu Un.li-if SluUiti, 'S "ill llinw, pn.niplly and omclonlly alleiulJ'il in, .nnd WiirriiniH liK-ntoil and ebolcii l-'arniH AM HART GILBERT; ATTOIl.S'nv AT LAW, will promptly al-' IVIHl I" 111 Icltlll llllHllllvHclltlllHtOll III IIIIIi Olllco wllli Jiiil-jo Wills, Mjlllh-oaal loi'iii'r i llm lilaniniid. AUK.'.', h7H. II Dr. J. E. GILBERT, "r Mim-h 'Jll, IS71I.' U Dr. J. J. ZITZEK, [Inlliliilirc, liilc ol'CmllHle, will vlHlLC-nrl- i.roleiiMi.ually on Ilic M and will uf mull and every nioiilli r. m in.' vl'ill. .lulyls, mil. i" Dr. C. E. ECKENRODE, DKNTIHT, would re- Inlurln Ihc tuilillc Kninmilly Ilial lie u III hula IIK'O- TYHII1IIUI llllidl'llllll'llllll, tJntll Iliun linlo nnothor ilay ea K'U'lllllh. llm HIIIII iniixl lildulhy fn: (tiaclolwly as II Klouly 1'iu- Anil leave iho uearlml world lo sweetsllenio mid w I'lbN KrrVH- The ('in' will Hlait from Iho Walehouac, lor- iin i IV lllirluun'H, conn.....r WiiHlilllKton and alhoad HticeH, (1'jlljnluiiii, ami nm (-1101-JIKIW, la .N'OIITHHTUKUT, K A (.luirti nrnuMlc iwliiiTOKa willollctl, No cllinlswlll bo Hpaiuil mi our pint lo luctloa. Uoixls ID our imc-, viiiior fioni town or coualry, will ucelvo ivoiv al- loiillon, inul in-onip! retllinsof inonuy will bu malic. .Mr. JIMIAII W, KKi-ro.v nlll run tliocar, he havlni; Inul liiiyn In Iho bnslne.ia, having run fin Jacob (Jrcsi lor llui u yeai'H. (looiN bamllml with tare and iltmvured iValur In AM, KINIWOF PIIODUCK, KLulIll KKIIDof all klnill for mle whiilcsulo anil rolall. KKIITIM- rLAMTI'.Ititntl KAliM IMI'I.KMKNTM of all lilnds. AnythliiK not on liiinil will bo WM. WIBLE, liultjiburB, Kub. I, IfCT. If Ad KMT. and TlitUHilav and la IIO.V- MKAUVll.l.l-i on Ha- lunjay ofciiob uuok, lo ixirlorin all work In liiilliHiarbiiHlnnw, I luiniuH iiioderiite and nil woiKuniuanlecd. Olllce In on Jtltjh mroiit, n few llOOIHSVl'HlOl IlluUlUlllllucllUIX-lli IIIHl'W Innl uppuHltii l.iiUioiaa eliureli; In lloniuiiiii- vllluiil In-.T. Mai. u Dr. T. V, S. QU10LEY, IAN ANI'HUItdKON, HeKpei-llully lundul'K liln pioroKslonal wirylcpH lu Iho of Nuw uxiunl and vlelnlly, An llonpllal and i.racllic. Uhmnlu of Ke- niales und dlHeuiici o. a wiioi'lalty. Olllii'iind uwliluiK-iilh H.K loiaeruf luiblln Hijlmn-. Jlurc-li III, IHTtt 1} IfUMKOI'ATIIIt; I'llYHfOIAN ANI) HUH- I I UKHN. timcu un Wl'Hl MlddluHlreol, IHI In Iliu IIOIIHU lornierly ocetiplcd II. 11. Hunt t. Special utlcii t Ion vun lo IIIWIIWH of woaien and chlldiun. April IS77, if Dr. JOlj, BROWN, K'IAN, HirilOKOK AND ACWHI. CIIKIJH, (lulmcrly Ullalcal AiHlstahUfnl- viirHUv la. IIAMITON, ADAJIS COUNTY, J'A.. icspidlfiilly hulleil all pernoiiH nllllclofl with oliioale lo hy mall. Unmn'H Omit lUimcdy, wllh fnlli IriralloiiB, wnl by mall piupiild on nwuliit UK. JOHN j. IIIIDWN, Ihunpton, Ailanw co., I'a, Jan. IT Dr. GEORGE L. RICE, C'OUONW! OK AUAJ1M COUil'fY. OI-'l'ICK In McHliurryxUnvn. Will utlend lo latin from any part ol tlio (.'omity. Dltn-aw-HurilioTlirniil, I.IIIIICH and lliiirl. ApilISM, mil. ir ErTAT B EAviRJ AND HIJHOKON, IIIIH nirnui- J nenU> located la Kali'lletil, 1'a., anil ollei'H IdH proli-Hiloniil MjivlceH In Uie puoiilu of Unit Iowa and vicinity, onUvoiipoH-.fii Iliirbanuli'H Htou, vvliere lie (an be fouml at nil houi'H when niilpiuliwIiiiiallyiiiiKiinuil. AUK. ir UOllrlll- IIOKNKU. J. 31. IIAIir.llAUIIIl. Drs. HORNER ft RADEBAUGH, NEW OXFORD. rilllK unileislu'lutl cnnUiiuoii tho drain ami J. I'KKliny bllwlaeHH ut llm otilHtaml Iu New 1'a., und will jmy tlio lilnlium markclpi'licM for KLOlIlt, WIIKAT.HYK, COIW.OATH, FLAX MKriD, TIMOTHY anil will keep on hanil for wilo al tho Knuillox', J prolllsi, CIWX'KKIKH, Wstll, IIAC'ON, I'MiUIIANUKKKD, Tar, UIlN, and overvlhhitt elNc UHtiaih oKUibllHliiniiiit of tho to tlin iHibllo ftir fiivors, he a com of tltosuinu, H. J. MYERS. VBKII ,M1o I'ntMKTlMO- Jan. 1, 18SO. tf flUIK tmtk'rMljpuMl Imvo pmrclnwoil tttontock J. willliuti Itoyur, uiul wilt (oniltK-L lniiIiH'ss utultti Iho firm immo of JOM. Mt'A.sd- 7, Kit A Co., ul Ihu okl Mtuiid, t'Ornur of Iho Uiunmml unil Uhumltprftlniix HU, Uuttyiiliuiv, 1'a., ktH'plnfj on luinU ami at nil tlniux u ftill "'FRESH OROOEBIES OK A I.I. Kf.NDH, CnflVt'S HUSUIN, MolitKNHM, HyrutH. TonH, All. QlRTiiNUHru unit (HasHwiu-n, SaU, tjiinl. Hueon, HjjluiK.TutmcTOs, Ac Also J'unknlvwt, Knilts In Noawii and a full lino of urUoloM usually in iv iliNl-ttl.iKH nil of which will bo sold ivl Ihu lowowt cnnli prlt't v. hlKhowl for Ttu tier, Ktfil-J, Afi, TllO ptlbllt) UJO lUVlttiit tO will. All oiderH promutly flllwl, wltoliwUuor n'tuil, .TOSIflM) WM, C.HTUIOKMOUSKU. ApHlii, tf M Ml., I'A. Dr. li-Tc tentlon lohl a iLI, nuiira Unit by ntrlot nt- April 12 may mei'l 2, tt Iliniliiig In tho Soutli Xonn- tain. Tim South Jliiiintiiln, uiicu n liivuriti- nboilo of Iliu lommoii Aincriran Jocr, (Oiirlni'iH tlioiinhnow mni'li ocltlwl ami tnivorscd uvcryw licru by Iho mil Hplilt'jr anil rscvcrliiK limik'r, ii.'vortliok'isstill iillnidi piotui'lion mui bi this linu'uliil iihiniiil, nf of Kiirlli Ajiiurkii w must iisoful. "ltd fli'sli Ibrinsu p.ilnlnlili'mid wHily ill- luoil; Ilixkin Hiiiiiflnintd arlicli'H In Hi I'm man uinl Ihc HIIVIIKI'; iU ImriiK iiru tiflcl'iil tin- li.iiiillc.i urdiircrcnl kiiulH ol' cutlery iU sinuwM for Imw-xtrinpi mid Bnrni-slioi' Iho iVoMli Amork'uii Indiniw." n very Ihniil nnimiil, it is mil OIIHI- ly driven I'lDin iu old haunts whim thu.su tim Inviidcd liy man fur tin! nf rnnoUuj! Hiu tliulipmr bringing tliulnml umli'r c'liltlviillim. I'.vi'n when liiintoil with iiriiinul llm inicient hillH unil tliickufs un- til almost I'xlcriiiinatuil, II' the law dc- Hlgiuil for Ilicjimliicliuii nfilwr in IVun- sylumiii in sliii-Hy i.nf..rcc.-l, us it iintpies- tlonahly should lie, tlicrt' h no rcn.son w liy tlilH nolilo ujiniti may uiil lie prcflcn-- od In IH in thi'iiiouiitiiinoiwilUlriitd fur ii'iituriw la conn'. The niinuruiiH swampmind of tin' S'Milh J niiiiluln nlliird ill ur soi liiniun mill Hliultor, ami the niwjed niiiiiiit.iiii Bldiwiniil liigli table InmlH abiiiidiinco uf fiiod, "Tlic food of doer in winter iniiilrttM (if liinlM of Km wild I-DSC, haw- Ilium, unit vnrluus bernei and leaves, mid in spring iind Kiniiiner uf flic, li'mliwHt it not tinl'iotiuentlj visits Ihc llt'lilsof whom, niilM, mnini und cow.pcii.s] liunren, niiLs, iiconm mid KiinmuiiK fuvoriloiirlicliMof fond." Miwl of thi'sc iiru product-s of thu South iMuiinlain, ami tlio dooi killed there in tlu> autumn are Kent-rally fuimd lo be in line order. Tlio extunqivo and flriM faeililute the gronlli of deer piiHluro. part uf tho nmunlnlii mostly in- liabitod liy door IM Hint lying north of tlui OetlyabuigaiiilCliiiinbombiirf'pikc, Two years thorn wurc, t Uiiiilt, uixly-flvo killud in this region by difloront parlies of luiulerH. AH fur im tlio knowloilgo of Ihi- writer oxtonds Iho doer taw is I'ailh- fnlly obsurvodi tlioy uro never hunted out of wiiiHon, and (logtt uro not only not usod to chuuo thorn, but, uhon uitight on Idlli; iniin nn oppoi'limily lo at tlioin, l-'nrniorly dogniii-ro used ID liuiil lliotn in Ilii-ir retrofit. It was in Ihc I'all of 1878 Unit Ilio writui, wliilu .Hilling at liis liiblu ono day wuarlwl by Ihu coiilliiucil unilor wliii-h lie Iiml luloruil fur ninny nionllw, IH'HIIII tn long for a brief i-csjiilo in out- iliior i-amliltw. Ifii llioiiifhl of the many pliicod hu woukl liko lo .mil of Ibo liiiullliful spoi't tlioy Hcvorally nH'onl; llii'su In faraway for a wcuk'-t run, anil Iht-n il si'iison (or tlio Ailirniuliii-kH wore not 80 fur oil', willi of g.iinc in season. Whnt u tie- liKhtfnl tiip it wonlil te; liow rojiivonat- ing to i-iuiKo llnoiigli those priiiiuvnl Holltiulus, nnd outwit Ilio keon-m-unlutl, untlcrcil liniuty nf Ibu forcsl; lo liroalho Ilio pure, air of Ihu niiniiitiiiiis, lo launch a ciiiioi) on tho gliimy lakc-n, anil, after Uio ilay'M toil, lie- ilown on it bed of hemlock bonxlm nnil lull iiuluup iiiliiilinjj Ihoir ruttlnoim odor. Jtnl iilim for timo anil piirso; Ihc one too uliorl nnil Dm other Ion light. Tn Ilio midst of biich not go iiiln your South Moun- tain? With tho of liiken, it has all you could llml away from home, slrcaniB, rldgOH, thickets, soli- tude, And whal a riiivitnf of timo nnd lost of travel by mil mitl ovor land, of guides unil un out-Ill; or, if nooJ be, why mil hire u guide foi n week Iho expense woiilil bu merely nominal, (flippy tin whom- iiilvi-nt wnt, so long ilc- laye'd. Jk-iwiires woru al, once Inkon lo riui-iiru 11 guide, who might be an iigroon- bli- companion at Ilia mimo limo, which rcHiillcd in goUing up u party of nix, nil i-spciioiiced woodmiicn, who woro willing true nnd wutohoil tho wicrd ofl'cc IIH it mildly, wildly toyoilwitli tho Iliimt smoke nnd gniti'ks. Our spiriUi bognn to go down'with tl moreiiry. 'J'lioiighta of liomu, of iiecui wnlls, nnd soft wiinii blunkelu begun ImuWo us. Only once did wo think i giund und conjocttiru how uiilivuning winilil IKI to bnvo un miUoroil inoniiiv In mi iippcuriince nmi submit lo belli Hliiln by tlio light of Ihe camp lire, I )m expected lo undergo boino linidshi pa 1111 lo have the cold jicnotrato our giirnienli' but did not luilicipuloitlo jiletco througl llenii and blood anil urcop nlong tho ver murrow of our bones. We. liailod Hi iluwn with joy; Inul noUIept, but w bail snl, out the storm, wliiuli WIIB no> siibBlding. To hnvii braved nnd i-nilurci such a storm, oven from Uio force of oil (-imirjl.iiu.-0ri, now that il was ovor, grntiflci our piido nnil nd'onled us a nmrnol o eninfoil. Wu now cxuiiiined our ginw nnd re lliem, The others of Iho purl) lo abandon Iliu enervating life of civilUi- lion and upend four or live days in the of llu: moimluiii. Accordingly Iho trusty rifle was taken (mm its cube, swabbed and put in prime condition, n him k of piovNions for mun ami a mipply of liny nnd oats for horse were puckod into nn small n space pos- sible. The eighth uf Dui-oinhor being flteil fur Iho Him I, Ilireu of Iho pm- ty uerc lu gu tn Ihc place of n-iidcmins with Ilic wagon, and tlio rent by fool, by n nearer way over tho inoimti.ins. A ynnl.s uf heavy rmiflliii wore pur- cliiiwd and haslily rim tugaher I'or n leinpornry sbelloi. And then WIIH li-lt In liu done bill lu wail for the limn to sny good byn to the home ones mid begone. Of (oursc we wonl mainly for recreation, thin wus lo bo iindomtood, mid, should siidei-d in gelling giimo, we would leel rnlher diHappoiiili-d'lhnn otberwiHC. And whose aflnir wns itjsolu- ly our own, Our neighbors might smili londod woukl probably bo hero by JO o'clock Wo hrenlcliiHled, und concluded to iniilii n little hunt; jiorluurj wo might, who Icnmtu, our friunds. The wilt- er took to n crossing wllh high hilled brcnlh. After a lilllo while he be- gun lo move Iliu loon lo keep Ilium warm then lo mine hlti feet iintornnUily inidei Ilir friendly wing of Ida overcoul, tlion lo iitmnji n lillle. Tiienieimlli'eliiigtthatl WIIH nflor he would commend himself to cilunco and peer into Iho Ihk'kelHbeyond, briico himself, wdh his hninl on the loci; lo bo ronily for iiisljintiind cU'ective work. Who knottH, hu but Hint tho next moment; Ibo game might stand he- fore me. Jtut Oils game cniiie nol, and iignln unil again visions of n library uilh n warm utovo c-innii wllh tho chill (hut was fast beiiumbitig lingers mid tois. Will Ihegmdu never return, there lie Is, tho hunt is up, now (ire. Wo return to camp williont n ileor. The rest of iho pnrty fulled lo jmt in nn up'- ponruiiLe. refreifhod ouraulves nnd stnrloij for Iho "Iliroo cornered wo could Tor Iho Oc'ltynhnrg C'nmn-llci. Old Mttih Mil, ICniToii: I um-loMiluynn ulint In infoimoil wns the llrnt contract made. I Iho Post Ollice Dupm Imeiit fur tin- curi ing of Ihe U.S. mail between llnlltino' and Chatnberebiirg. As yon iii-ujniUlsl county, (anil uniformly of great interest this old document limy bo of service, is numbered Hignillcanlly should return empty Dr. J, W. C O'NEAL, OVVWK ON HAIiTIMOIlK WHKl.'T, IICHI ir Hup, i; J. LAWRENCE HILL, M. D., TVKNT1HT, I lias Ills olllco one door west oflhn lailhcian cbiiruh on Chnmbcmhmi; street, and nplxwllti Ur. O. IlnriKM's ulllco, Clullysbiuii, ubere HIONU ulsblnn lo have liny IXinlal Opondlun purforaloU ore niBptiotfnlfy Invllod April II, ISM tf AND HOYS. IKIYH, MKN ASH noY.i, MKN AND BOVH. CLOTHING. IN .MATK.HIAI, AN WUIIKMANHIIJI', HOOD AT r.o SIHON icODORI Noah Walker Co., 1IB and IW W. flnlllmnro mrcol, lleUH'cn fiilvei-l and Lltfhl, Jiiu. I.S.MI, If MAlMTAED A NEW FIRM. WM. B. MEALS CO., Il TO N. COlWill ,t llateherlnx In all 111 liianehei al Uio old maud, on York rei'cct, anil eontlinmnee of llui itetiur- oii-> of Ihe public. l-ui-Hdn-i liuvin-f FATSTOCK to will It to Ilioh lulvntiliiuu tncHll.tH jju' imultol ]nli't> IM ahvnvs ulvon for Kowl Htwk. July au, IS7H, tf UO.NK IS A1.I, IM IIIIANCIIKH. Mil kti n of 1'erUxik'HlH revolvoil a C. E. AU8HINBAOBN, oiu ovtjr Si UP A Hinitluol Oflkn, ?S. If J'u li klnilHofdruvc-wurk fitr In thu luto.st und of ,4 Itli klnilHofdru jfV UA tho vhcnpost, thu boxtmutfrlul. MONUMENTS A SPECIALTY. JVrsonH ii' I nit In a nnythliiff In tholr lino art1 ttivltod to 1'iillaiul o.xumlnD thotr H 1-tni. pilrt-s, belori) ly KHTAflUSIIIi.J ItUrO. INVENTORS. BDHOW 1IIIOS., AUonmys 7 >a iiml I'uit-nt tkillclloiv, til tl slruol, >pnKliln.ttou, t'., ibr clrcularN of Imtino- OIIH. Hdiisoiiublu tiirniM, Jtonmmceu inn] mi- lot- NOllt IrW. Wollltl-IMl WXUllltllVOly lo ItoJKsm-ti, Inturairctlucji, anil CHMDS rcjculuil la olliur lainilM n. siiliclulty. Tl'uilo- inurkH nnil t'rjvi'dls Bollcllcil. niailpi of iiKHlvl or skotch ami wo Klvc our onlnlon us lo uiitunliililllly. ut elmriiQ. Wu rofvr to tliu Oumiiiliwloiiur of lltli-nls anil ull hnvc sui vi-il within Iho pint Iiriccii yours, I'Vli, U7, KSTii, u the trail uf onu or u liorxl, uro Kon (ILsjiatclii'd liy tliu bullul of tho hunter's One lliiiiji, howovor, prarlliHid oiighl to Ijo ilincuiiiilciiaiiccil, anil which no true, snoilsniiin, nftur his iillon- tlon him been iliroctutl to tho matter anil upon tluu i-ullcutiaii, will uanclion or l-uilty nf, niinialy, Iho use of iniiakol'i or of heavy nullbro, chin-god wltli Moat of Iho door killed, in tho last few yuara, in tlio South Mountain, Imvo, without donht, boon Ml IIH I in thin miy. This mode of killing thorn is hiyh- ly ubjci tionable I'or tlio reasons, Unit tho cliUT Jinvu but littld ib'inco to escape duiilli, und what is in a niniinor no chain.o ill all to escape being lueoraled, ami painfully iiml dangoroiwly ivoiindoil by one or more of tho dozen or nixlcen loiulen liiiil-HlonuH sont after llioni lit n dl.wliiirgu of Iho hugo old lilawler- ttm; Unit fully us many, jHU'hajM more, are wounded, and ilmg out in some CIIHCH a inisorablo oxi.sloiira: until dualh oimncs, .is IHO killed on tho Knot; thitl It Is a sni'o way of speedily exteriiiiniiting Ihcm; and Hint, dually, but more especially, it ro- llci disparagingly on tho skill of Ilio htinlor, in iho of tho unerring rille, U'lial crcdH is il to a man or to have slain u di'oi1, or two fur tho nmller of thai, diitchinrgo of his when it all tho same wliathur tho game was anywhi'i'o within a yaril or two of l.ruo of his gun, wlielhor lie stood wllh y und arm, or shook from hond Ui fool like an aspen leaf. Away with nmnloraiiHuork; it is univoiiliy of nion rostui-c the rille t kill this nolilo animal by the iicuiiracy of your aim, tho Hli'iulinoss of your nervo, or let it go nil- sciithcd to range tho wild Itilln and enjoy Ihc liberty which Owl gave to it. Tim habils of tlio deor uro well nudor- nlouil by tho linntor. This is noccsttiiry in order to hunt them successfully. Deer prefer lo food at night und lie quiet by day. In panning from onu hill or ravine or aniilher, and in crossing streams, they themselves to certain flxnd routes. When on n ridgo or in gwump (hoy will, if disturbed, always run off on onoof ernl courses j nor will they deviate from it unless llieir uente Wiiise of wncll or hearing warns Ilium of danger ahead, when they will immediately ehiuigo their uourito in the direction of another well- known outlet, or return In tho direction fruin whence tlioy started. The poiiitsnt whlvli Ihoy IIIISH from ridgo to rlilgc or from ridgo to Bivamp und vice vena, where they crom roads or slrciinw, are termed Whfrn a hunt in imdcr- lakon, men are jilacwl at tho ooveral linnilcd, but they Hi-re ell'oclmilly pre- cluded from milking any fneetioim ro- inarliH, from tho fact Unit we went forth only for tho fun ami excitement of the trip i game, it wan nn nllogcthcr necondn- ry nnd subordiiinle mallei. And yet with all this mnko-beliove Ihu writer found hiniHC'U' in imagination, now in- leiilly on iheidett, now tieoing "'rlii'iintli'ieil inonni'cli ol llm H-IIHIU, Hprliitf Irom lilH atlioiy touch Jlien ilniHing.ibend, tliun on the home- ward way uilh oiid, I wo, Homelimes an high IIH m'-c ilecr, uurprislng everybody, having tho fact published iu tho CO.M- every Irieml supplied wllh a liniiilsoine piece of vunison with Iho com- of "yoiirn On Iho seventh the wind .'ihilXud nroiind mid begun lo blow ominously from Ihu BiHilhuirit, wore to bo oil'early in tlio moiiiing, got into ijnurUim by noon, ii Blilulo u hunt in tho aflernoon, nnd, wh known, purluipj bang a trophy of pioweta by the cninj) lire tlio sumo evoi ing; not tlmt wo wuiited lo.butln But the wind ivns obbtiiinte un would bring lain, It rained the grcntc pmi of llie dity nnd inlo the night, watched I'or tho dawn, but it brought i. dope, consulted, but in spite of i ull tlio ruin continued to pour. At nbou ton o'clock, A. ,M it began to cciwe n lil tie, there wns a very little patch of clou sky in the wusl, und we peitiunded our mniiiiKo Ihnl bout with our limited foi... Agnin I only tlii! torturing thought would inlrude llfii'lf that one who could hit byn fire in a cozy room, paper, poiiH and books, WIIH Coolibh to nliind out in Ihe cold, wntchlng 1'ornoinotliing that might never (ome, and if it did, Then I cnMi myrielf trying to duvi-ii- n vi.iy uf hiiggefl- ingn ruliirn homo uilhonl roiiipi-uniitiiiii; my ivpiilntlon for pluck, or bcuoming re- RponsibK- for bivnlting up tlic'paiiy, lint when the guide again eiiicrgod from tho report, "no deer in Iho I itauiKht J dcu'iu-d something ill the dejected expression ol'hiH oyu, An we walked slowly nnd silently townnls Iliu he venlnrud to suggoht Ih.itoiir foil d wan too siniill. IX-foro we met the thin! pcimu we had come lo mi iimler Hlunding of Hiich n nature IIM lo save out (liniai'lorn lor jKilieiit ami hcroie ondiir- niicc, that Iind veil go home. The third mini domiined somewbnl, bill we he might join another parly who hud t'limpcd at Iho Uip-Uups on Ihc previous night, and who would be glad lo have him remain, bill his failhful memo- ry opportunely reminded him Ihnl some- body was nick, I believe a relalive, and thai hu dill nnt know, but Ihoiighl he ought logo home too. Tho terms of capitulation being signed all round, we, accordingly, broke (.'.imp in time lo reach homo u good while after we nut wishing to hcallliful slumbers of Ibo COIltttltt made Ihe Buy of July tlio Your one Ihoiimn tight bundled and three, bclwoon Job ISImrb 'Itelstemlown, in Mnryliiiu of ono Ilirl, nnd the of Ilir Vxmm Si-.vriw nj AMUUKM, fo in belinlf of Iho tjuid SljileH, of th other Part: That the snid Kir ios have mutually covenanted IIH follows Hint in to my: The John Short) C (he suid J'out-Matiler-Oon end, 1. 'I'o ciii-i-y tho JIall of the Unitei Suites, or cniihe it to bo curried from Unl imoieby ReiUeiVilowii, Wincliestei-.Uni in Jlills, I'elorhbuig nnd Ciellhburg u nnd from Clmmberf. nirg by Ihc MIIIIC route to Baltimore once week, ut the Unto of Ono Iliindivd nm 'liirty-hcven Dollnra, J-'ifty Cents, foi very Quarter of u Yenr, during the con inuniieoof llnVContracl. 2. That (he Mull shnll be delivered nt neb 1'oHt-Ollli.e in the mid lioute, nt the 'linespecified iu tlieSi'iiijDui.ijhcretonn- exed, on I'cmilly of One for i-ucli tour which Hindi ulujMc between nny me wi lixed, nnd the timo of the. Jfail's nriivnl, to ho deducted from tho ay of Die H.iid John Shurli k Co., nnkws n-.v shall mnke it appear to (be nilitifac DII of the snid I'obt-jrnsler-l.onernl Unit 10 Delay wus unavoidable, >J, Jf Iho delay of arrival the said nil conliniie until Ibo hour of departure any depending Mail, whereby Ihe nils di-sliiicil for midi Jrnii lose u Trip, (he said John Shorb C'o. Hhnll incur an additional forfeiture of Five Dollars, for every such failure, to be deducted from their I'ay, iinleMithcyt.li.il] make- it appear to (be nalitifuctluii of Ihc I'm-t-MiiHlcMicnenil Unit sndi Delay wiw un.ivoid.iblc. That Ihe t-uid John (shorb ifeCo. Hindi bi-niiswcr.ible for Iho PersoiiH hi whom they tlmll commit ibe c.iro nnd Trniibjior- lulion of the Mail, and nu'onnlable fornny damngi-H wliicb may be niititnined through tlieir Uiifnitlifulneht! or want of Care, 6. That nfleuii Minutes nrtcr tin-deliv- ery of Ihe Mall nt nny Post-Ollici- not nam- ed in Iheanm-xedfv'ln-dnlc.onlhonbovc Route, chilli be allowed 111 opening the and making i (lurk, when distill h the selves that il win idmosl over. i our trnps inlo u covered ivagou mid dt purled. Wo had boon siully doceivud, o nitbcr duccivod ourselves, for vvo wcr ncurecly well on Iho way until Iho nil begun to come down in torrents; 1ml vv pereoveiod, and finally arrived (it llu chosen spot ut the lower end of Urav Ridge, on the oust side, on tho banks o Mountain Creek, Wo put up our can viis, nnd built a lire, but noon foum the muslin would not answer, und wohm to resort to Ihe wagon to keep from beint dronchod, AVith all Ihiu we hud thus fu managed lo get ciijoymontout of (lie trip The Inhaling of tho glorious mountain uir WIIH in iwclfu sulllcieiit compoiiHUtion for the inconvenience wo bud endured, Wo ranked Home coll'eu balwoen showcra inn uto our mippoi hastily. But what of Hit nightl Two might steep In the wagon but il wns too small lo hold Ihroo in u poailion. M'ilh lir.ivo hcu'rts and bright hops of what the mornm would bilng foi'ih, (for Iho inin could nol lust we nwilvod to niuko tbo test of very wiso resolve, AVc Inul j.ist slowed ourselves away in n some- what iiiifcjIlauooiiH nnd limgled shape to ciilcli a llltla sleep, wlien wo became con- srioiiN of Iho fad tlmt tin- wind -isail ebnnged und was beginning to blow a hurricane from tho north. woro tin- comfortably cold, for with Iho change df wind tlio Icmperuhiro fell rapidly and our dump clothing sent a chill through tho who.o borly, On looking out wo found Iho air llllod wllh driving snow. Wo turned out, took lo chopping wood and building a lingo llro, the blinding smoko and llaiiio of'which tlio storm played with in tho wildost gleo. Wo edged up iit it, now on tills side, now on that side, lo woo its warmth nnd dry our clothes, and only turned away to shed copious tears when tho angry umoko smote us in tho face us if determined tukooji us aloof, Uy and by wo thought of tbo horso. Wet in every hair, ho was how quaking in ovcry bono iind muwilo. Wo brought bin. to tbo tiro und took to rubbing him dry. Then wo took off our wit in tho mnoko nnd dried and warmed our damp, cold foot, After several of drying and smoking, riufllcient to cure a Scutch liming Unit it mi Kgpytian mummy in resisting tlic cor- roding influences of time, we crept into our wagon again to recline on otioh other und demurely listen to the wind nn it ronrod through the gorge, uhrlckitd in the nway our traps and went to out own good, vviirm bed, and slept tho sleep of Die Mitinflod. Tbo next day wo remained indoors, mended nnd 1 our torn and .Miioked clothes, nnd rested from the fatigue and exposure of 'lonllhl'ul rccicatiun, resolving "never, what, never; well hardly lo go dour hunting again for Ilic fun of it. I Want to MUIT.V. A Htibscribor tianslates thu following from a German newspaper and semis it to the CoMi-ihKii: Now, Mr, Printer, you must oxuiiso me when I tell you would liko to got mar- ried J hnvo often thoiigbl I would have nothing lo do wilh the miisculines, but I bnvo been troubled by the ovil spirit, nnd bnvo now niiide up my mind to accept a Iniribnnd. And why shouldn't I? Iain only forty years of ugo, straight in slalurc, nnd ivoigh about two hundred nnd fifty pounds j Imvo good limbs yet, nil my toolh, bail', nnd u nico healthy- complex- ion. Why shouldn't T have a husband? Older girls than myself liavo got married. And I wish to loll you how the man must bo whom I would liko to niurry. lie must not bo over forty yenis of age, lie must huvo tionio.money of couruo, he dare not bo blacle nor u radical; ho daro not huvo red hair, nor a rod nose; ho ditre not bo hump-backed, ncnr-sigbtcd, nor crooked or luino j in short, hu must bo perfection. IIo must huvo n goodtrndc and bo industi'ioiis IIo must have a nico npponrunco1 and always bo able to net Ihc man.1 Ho must retire early and rbteearly; dwiiys boolean I y nnd drouwd dooontly, md not huvo whiskers us the recept- ielo lor lobiicco juiue. Now nnybotly thai wants lo marry me, and it, an hnvo deM-rlbcd, can wrile to me. 1 live on Buttermilk street, in Iho Swamp, No, "o, J'ho wedding must Ink o place on the name lay Hint tho engagement is made, befora Ssqniro Wnlllebuiigli. Oh, my goodness, 'f lliey only don't all propone at once, 1 Onu SAI.I.Y. is n ilogat Sucramoiito, Cat., who igroos with'bis moRtcr that tho Chinese rnist go. "Whenever a Chinaman comet) m thp prcmiees Unit dog goes for him, fo in very good-natured to everybody nit Chinamen, ami one day when lie bc- to growl anil bark in the'dining-room, rlien no Chinamen were around, muster wus pnujled. Then, on looking, bout Iho room, ho found u jar of Chinese wenervod giiigor which his wife hud the Chinese' bout Unit ginger.' A MUTIIKII, noticing bur little dnughlor 'tping her moiilh with her dress-sleeve, asked her what her handkerchief wan for. aid tho is to shake at the adieu In tho direct. That is what pnpu. OOH with for another Mail lo be forwarded. 0. Thill il Ihi- Mild John Short) it Co., their Agenta, charged with the aforeni Mail, rih.il] any I'usl-dllld.. tin- lime nllowcd for nnd imikln-r up a mall, nnk'Ks di charged by ibu I'usl.Miifcli-r, lln-y sin foi felt Five every such f.dltn to he dudurtml from (heir 7. That if the Permm or 1'erwnm whom the s.ilil John A commit Ihu IruiiBporliition of the .Mail i prou'fd witlwul it, or di, not iriuke a pr IJxch.mgo of Hie Mails, whore hin Kxihiiiigi' is fclaledly lo be. made, or i htuud thereof t-liiill curry (lie nan Mail, which ho or (hey brought to MH, jiluce of iLshull bo coiteldcic us u whole Trip losl, nnd double Ihc hu idlowod Ihe suid John Short) Co. foroi. Tilp, lo be c.dciiluted in to th value, or sum allowed for HIP whole lum- ber of Ti ips lo be performed, shall be di dueled from their Pay, m n FoiTcitme fo such failure. And a similar ilcdncllo shall be made for every liip lost diirln the i oiilimiiiiipi- of thjj, contrai.'l, unloMi slnill bo nmdu lo appear, to llm lion of Iho Posl-Mustei'-Ciencral Unil sue) trips woie not lout through neglijol.biit bj nmi voidnblo iiucidunl. Th.it upon reiiMinublu Complain made by (lie Mi-uurlntcnt of tho 1'ost carrier of Iho mid Mai; for negligence or misbehaviour, such car rier hliall be forthwith discharged. Thai when the wild Mail goes by i stage-wagon, il shall invariably te cnrrici wilhin the body of Jt; and Dial when i stops al night, it nliull bo put in a secure pl.icp and there be locked up. A penally of ono dollar a milo shall bo incurred fo (-very mile in which Ihe Mnil, when con veytil by singe, Khali bo curried ontof tho body of thu curriiigo to bo deiinchitl fron tho quarterly Pay Ixifore Hlipuliitcd. AI if Ihreo successive' delays shall occur, cue] equal lo u trip lost, the Post-Mnsler-Gcti oral, when sutisllcd that such deluys luw arisen from nogligonco or iniscoiiducl shall hnvo full right to annul Ihiiicontnct 10. And Hie said .covcniinbi with the said to pmvidu Portiv.inlcuiis anil Bugs iiccon- sary for containing tbu U'llors and Newt- papers which constiluto tho ttforcHiiidMnil and pay Ilia said John Short) A Co, for tin i'lirriago thereof an aforceuid, at the Hale aforementioned, quarterly, in one mouth uflcr Ibo expiration of each quarter! UIL I'onuWes (If tiny) being first deducted. 11. It is mnlii.dly understood by Ihe coiilracllng parties Unit if the roule here- in mentioned shull, previous lo Ihe expira- tion nf tliis I'ontiart, bc-dlscentimicd by acl of Congress, Unit this conlnict Hindi COIIKO lo be binding on Ihu Post-Mauler- 6encrul, hi; giving at least one month no- lice of Hiich cvoiil, ami milking an allow- ance for one month's extra pay. And it in mutually, covenanted and agreed by the suid this con- 'truct shall on( Ilic flmt' day of October noil, ami continue in' force until the1 thirtieth day of Soplomlior, inclunive- ly, which will be In thu Your Ono Than- sum) Kiglit Ilnndrcd und Five. Wilmu whereof they have hfrelo ii. tori'liiingtubly set their Hanils and SonlH Ihu Day and Ycnr flnt'above-wriltcn. 6. Signed, Scaled, nnd deliver- cd'ln thi! Presence of For Uio Gi-l l.'oniplk-r. Mn. Srtnut: 1 will give you Ihc accoini of HIP ennmntvr' belwccn Dnnwooddi' and Ihe Indian, us Mr, Seabrooks rclati'i it me forty-live yours ngo, I lliink hi Kiiid It was iu thill a number of Tn diaiih were discovered in the South Monn lain, not fur from the prownt "Virginii northwest uf Kuirncld, The poo jile Hod down to tln> bctUcmcnt; the uluriv cpreiid, and the settlers coUpcta) to drive oil' the intrudciti, Ik-fore tliey reaclm' Ihe mill Ihoy suw oiu- of the Iniildmgri 01; lire, but Hie Indians had left. Among tho men wore two brothers ol the name of IJunwooddio. They fnllowcil tho Indians well into tho mountain ii] Middle creek, and one of them getting n short distance, from his companion, iiiiK.il nl by an Indian from behind n of thu filrcum, linl the gun hung (Ire, and by Ihc lime it went oil' the mnx rile bud sunk so Unit Ihu ball just cut Ihu cnoe of Dnnwooddiu'K buckskin breeches, {razing tho nliln. The Indian not get- ing his head low enough behind the wink, Dnnwooddlo drew a bend on him, md hcliled him forever. They afterwards mried the Indian there und uitanmrk i a live, but Mr. Si-abrooks fold me Ihc nark Inul been obliterated. J have learned since Unit u mun by Hie iniiiuof Crawford shot un Indian iitthu nine time, but Kiiiil nothing il. In one of the Mury .Teniison chnplPrs iii-re m im-nlion of u fort on Ihe Conowu- i> abovp AreinllKville. Old in- jrined mo Ihul Ihere was a foil about ulf a mile Koulli of Diiltem's Sfailion, 'hero John Muy lived a few yparrt ago. one belwecn HonnpunvlDc uivl the wo bolh but- small hey were the only places of piolcellon Aduuiu counly that ever I lieaivl of, ex- cpt the one at S. J. M, H, j l-'rnnklin Grove, Jan, 21, ISM. TIIK NUMBRR M. Whr> n I wan ynuiiK inul jiloiiKly wvi-io, (fall orumil niiiliwiiml H my woni to rlxn m Armr Ami uinl jirny In WWM U. Olio nlitlii, my mihi-r, tiirnlinr in Huw mo upon my knix-M, but kiMkn no wor.l "Ui'holil I Ihy ollior rlillilMll J mill, "Anil 1, niunii, nmikn iiralw ihc tonl l" III, "Son of my nw holy mini roplM, "Tli.Mi 110 Iwtier ilmn ihyewlin "I wcn> narur Ilir to ilovokl or prldo, I'liiin wnko lo noui wlili worn raulli of {Qfvrgrtoin I'ur tin- Ui-uyiibiini Compiler. Flocks of Owls. K dco It Btutod Unit Congrauwum ieiliiain, of the First Indiana District, >fl most wealthy acrmun-Anioricun in 10 State, and' tho mini who him paid nora dollars into thu Radical campaign tlnin nny nix other men In wiyit.tho Germans of his ucc-Hoh will-not otn for Grunt' in onoy., Subjeet to illorailon by Ihe 1'ont-Miwlcr- ttenoriil, ho previously Hllpiilullng mi ml- (Minute comixinnatlon for nny'extni'Kjt- lionce tlnit may Iw oc-cmilonud thereby Lciivc Bnlllmoro every Satiirila'y" at 5 A. M. Arrive nl Chiimbcrsltiirg on Sunday by C 1. Hcturnlng Clmnilxirebiirg every TiuMMlay at 0 A. M. A i Arrive nt Bullimore an Weiliienduy by 9 P, M. "I Jim, if live npila make perch, how many will a tell, uui, two hogKhoodi. nuke pipe, how mu'ny will i make u nicerwhu'uin V" 1 h.ivo le.td Ihc CiDinuiii for filly Mrs, and with im-n-iiscd inlcrcsl nince ill commenced loial mcthing over twenty ink. Xow I Mini-thing uf old loo. A good ninny years com- g frniii l.lllli-bliiwn with .1 companion r u hunt in Ihc South Mountain, wo sued through llu- town of (iultj-hlmiv. -nnsylvaniii rollpgi- Mood IIH, a omincnl fciilure of the pimp, anil the Ionian with me, who hnd been OIK; of e. cnrponlors in the building of it, (old me this strange clrciimrtancu: That one morning, when Mr. Winemillcr, tin- con MARRYING A CLOD. Godfrey Prime was a very rich nnd mic- uhful incri'bnnU Ho hud no wif.-, and but one luughtei'-whom he adored, uml whom il wan his delight to lavish every- liing Hhu asked for, if money would buy Annls Prime she it-sides a girl of eoniiderablo Kenso; too niii-li so, indeed, to bo eusily unlisted in icrdiolce of u husband. Kho hnd many sailors but none of Ihcm united her. day Ihu nicrch.iiit cjme homo d is splendid iiLinsliMi, looking like hoiit, he wan m bin rown Boveral degrees whiter hince lit wilt away In the morning, bin private room ho locked tin and loaded u pistol. "If I kill ho wild, "Anuis wil e obliged to marry some one of her rfcl she will liuvp. no IIOIIK 'ithont, 1 could never endure livt ml b'-e her Buffer Ihc of jwvnrl) liich her re.iring bus ill-OUcd ln-r k Then ln-lwk tln-plMol in his hand und lokpd it vahmY "Von will do m-Ithei, If you pluuw, yn p> out. lo wniik next tymc if wkay will )H> Hied lhh fo, A.I..IH III) ciilty ftuhor, am "Jlc win, n u, Dili 1 think t olull Wkwp fyou ,lo not for the ho You'll Iw with me, von Accordingly, metry hhe cut lo Hint night, wore below one car, where riinson and velvet out 10 golden tint of lie. hair niv- Aiiiiin hcntclf, coining forward from behind (lie curtain of n window In which hlie li.ul HiUIn-; ovcrMix-e li> 4'iitcni] tin. room. "Wlmt IH the matter? do yon wish to kill Ihi'incivliimt, widly, "i-ver hlnUiry moilier died I hnve only live- yc.irH J slionM Icnn.il to get wealth for win, for yon. Dot of hue t have been unfoi'tu. llie verge of natc. btaiul to-d.iy bun It rn "Well, I iim Mire Unit in Ijml enough wlthoul your killing H.iid Annis. "Do you Iningine, oh, foulWi IKIJKI, that nil tin; richer, of the wotld me (he low of yon merchant Mai ted und looked down an lfiw.hnim.il. Then lie o-icned hw nrins make up to wi.le and his il.uighler flew into them, "'romiw! mi-ihU niomijiil, klie tractor, and bin bnmlb went out to work nevor, never think of at (he building, Ihcy found Hint n large lloi It of owls hail taken qniirlerri on (bo timbers nnd scafrolding, nnd Ihnl tbeydl.l not h-nve until driven oil'wllli htoni-H and lirickbnlu, several of them being Lnucked ilownnm! oaptnii-d. Wlien they did Ily nii'iiy it wan 'only (n nUghl on Semimiry ridge, wiiere tlioy tint in clnMcrs ling low There wheic probubly one hundred in lhi> Hock. Next morning the Mints thing w.is witnessed, only thai (lie of had docrenH-d'nliout one-half. Many fi-ll victims to the Mini nnd bnllctr) of Ihc giinncrri. Thin wat. about 4" ngo, tiny tiomclhiiig about our Inn in the mountain. 1'licaMint-, pnrlridgi and r.ibblu were more nnmeroiiti the. than now, and having good mu-ccM w bugged In three ilnys nnd took (o IJHlci town twenty-one worlli of gnim nnd in rhis were not inehided a fox seal md skin which netted making (hi whole iiinoiint If worth n jilnco in your iihcfn) pajH-i inncrl. 'J'nniiH I'Kiitioxtj Ivn.i, ai ttice, nn old ininler of Lyon counly, Ken >nek of the (own of Xcw Mndrid, n few theru met with oxlm onlinary run of luck in deer He, with hitiison, nnd a companion of Oil utter, killed UOdcerlnlUbuiiiH. Uiceiw crilKM bin sneccss a of water un ler which the whole country, by reason rctjtc-il. At vnrioiM pofntu n Iheuwnmp landtmiDiiU islands or ridgt-u muck up jiut alwve the overflow, and up )n these Islands Die deer congreguuid Sborlly aaer the iirrivnl ami hit; fellowt! n cold tinnp covered the wiiU-r wit) i thick flicctlng of ico, and an tho deer were nimble to run with any speed over ho slippery surface, tho hunters foum every advantage in their favor. Jliee on me oci-iiriion killed eight royal without his trucks, and un mother two of Uie party, having hemmed n herd of (1 killed clRhteon'of them Six of the eighteen wore caught without; 3iic shot, an they fell on the ice nnd rt- nained resintingfninliciillv mlil their throats had been slit witli'u xiwie. Many of I he incidents of the- hunt wero exdiing in the extreme, mid no Minting could do jinlico to (hi> piclnr. of some of the woncs. "Is this Hi-nt IH-XI to yon miked the traveler of n young Indy in tin? are. "Yes, sir'; il in." ft won the only ncunt seat nnd the trawler wanted it Who's engiigwl il "A gentleman, I mid, "Well, he ant en- ngo u sent thin way and not nit in it, I on'tiKic any bnnwige. Whpre'li his bag. And ho (ho-point of ult- ng down, when thu young lu'dy, muslcr- ngall her coiirngp, I'xclaiim-il j "Oh! 'i his TIIK youiiKladlcrSofChHttaiioogti, Twin., a leap ycurljwriy, bln-d a hull, rden-d a ruihjwr and wenl around In oar- UKCK to hunt up the young men nnd com- si them to come In. Everything vcly unUI the raminillm! went t.) nettle le billti, when (hey thnl the mug men had alrcudy ihem.' Tlic ouiig ladies now Dial il wan "real lean" in the boys and derlaro that they 111 nevor give Htiolher lenpycnr ptirty. llv the baslnem on can avtiutlly make money by getting leirbllltj'Mid sfttemenU of account print- I. Mt are nude out on pupcr tlut is printed tbe hend can IK- iwiitthrough the nulls r one cent if the envelope in left nnmil- d; wliems if nitdc out on imprinted piper they wi II owt three Thnt by wtroniiiug the printer two cenln cun be ved on ovcry bill1 or sluU-mcnt (hut in sent throuiili the mulls. A c.a'Tiox to enmnnot well1 made of dried id green. such n thing ngnin "Jfy niiMven-d llie mcn-lmnt with (-motion, "I never will, .Vow you miiM make me njirumisu. 1 can slem the tide, I think n moiilh six wivlts, 1 Khuiild not cure myself how hOim Ihe i-nu.li calm-, If I could nei! yi prov ided for. Will yon not, In Hint dm choose yourself n hiisbund Irom nil Iho who nre so anxious to niurry you made n face. Then, seeing ho earnestly her father looked, i-hc added: "I'll honestly Iry, pnpu. whoever ehoohi; must know Ihe truth iilxnil before I will mnrry him." her father, "but I ai sun- It w III make no dill'eri'iiee, You n. toi sweet und beniiliful (o bo loved fo nnydiingbiityoui'M-lf." Ujxin the following evening, when An nls received compuny, she made a cnrrfii loili-t, She wns n black-eyed blonde, ami sh worn a pule gruen (Issue of silk, with water lilies and M-H griwses, and wn ler lilies In her yellow Homing huir. She looked u siren bm ita Wlw cverMi indillerenttothe lionuge Invish ed nt her feet. Onu after another they camo-ttie tai, Ihe short, the fuir, the d.rk. Smt .ookei in bine eyes, und she looked in Muck but not a hcurt bent quickcnca, evei when the hnndsomest mun in Iwwed low Iwfore her, nnd murmun-i (tatteiing words In honeyed tones. All would not felt H aversion to Dome of them, and everything she wanted, Iwoiiwe of he fulher's indulgence, the i-ould not recon clle liciwslf to tltt Men of marrying a mm for whom she did not cure half tw nine) IM she did for her cuiury. When thu month wns nearly up, during which (lie mcix-hanl, while he waited anxiously, mid nothing, Annix njiokc.' she mid, "you ire worth a en of them. I would rather live in povcr- ty with you Hum in nUhx-ncc wilh one of "You don't know wlnil jiovcrty her father gloomily, "Hut I luwu imrlosity to said tho ilautjlitw, iMwvt-ly. "He a goo.1 now, and don't leuse niu 1 urn mm; save enough of tho wix-ok nirnMi two i-ooms......1 the ciPok Ins been giving nc lessons. Won't it lx> fun The ruined merchant sluhod, but be WM lot altogether dispkiisud. The girl had mich a sweet mid eouxing looked ut lilm M) lovingly, md IB the habit of giving hing she wantetl. S-) Ute end was he W ler do ait she liked 1 ler (wilier was walking with her. They ml not Iwen walking long More they >ticcd Ihem the utmngest men of humanity that either hud 'er He wns kill and uwkward in bis move- onto, his huir hung long fctniight on s shoulders, Ho wore a very broud- brlmmed slouch but of soft felt, iswallow- Uiilcd cout, und with jMltent leather Iwotn, lurrow of IUM but highof heelH. In one hand he carried alwciuet, wlileh be hcldut arm's length, .is if Nomclliii.g explosive, "Here bn In, Annlri, with u smothered Iniigli. Mlre Vou ure Wio uecejiled 'the boiiuct which this stranger pronWed her smilingly, and her father invited him to no home with them, which he did, Annis noticed with surprise, that her bixjnot wns with oxouiuite biste. Hut Hint attributed to the florist, of whom Ihe "rfoil" hnd jirolM! Oodnx-y Prime wved nothing from tlic wrack. He WM un honorable mmi, and guvo, up everything lo his cnxltton., even ilii' daughter's many mxl costly her connenl loo. Dut whnUitrprlbed most wan to Hnd, when the evening was over, and the str.mgc guest hud ilcpnrted, how lunch willy enjoyed it. In spite of his od- lities and awkwardness, the "clod" hud to be iiiteresting. "He hns fine eyes and good features, she snid, "and If ho would eut his 'i.iir and dress with some regard to tat-te lie would plo.ise )ne better than any of llioi-c others whom you would have liked me lo miirry, and whom lam sure would one have instantly wlth.lr-.iwn their suits hud they known the condition of affairs. I wonder if he is really M rich us he s.iys "Hnve no unxicty about the aid Godfrey Prime, to his daughter, after i few days. "The fellow bus come most iiir-x-Ht-tcdly Into un immense fortune. fv could pay my nnd set me up in iiuincss ngnln, if In- chose, without mih- ing the money. And he stands ready l.i lo It if you mnrry "1 am wild Annls gaily. "My iiMrt Manns U) him already." The marriage look place noon, The merchant wns reinsuiled in bin business, nnd in a grander and more Don. inning manner tbnn before. Tho splendid residence which he and bis duugtiler hnd Inhabited before bin Iraiikruplcy wns pim-hnseil and refurnish- ed in llie mobt iiLigniilccnl mnnuer. Only one thing troubled Auiii... Her "clod" flill remained a lo what she would, All her sbo hnd made htm cut his huir mid bunUh his rainbow not make him any different from what he was ttt But he WIIH devoted to her, and, because of riches, everybody courted him. IlliiverynwkwiunlneiM became the ftisb- ion, uinl his most ungramnwitlcal CB wore ginned tongue to tonguo us UMfound wit. all this he hud u good heart, m ni h genuine kindness of disposition, be- ing nlways ready to succor the imfortii- iiufc-, und be loved her so well that Annis could not loving him in return. "Dear she wid to him one day, when, in suite of all I.er in- structions, lie would flame out in a ikucy necktie, and in wyiug "luinV for 'buvu Clod, you are loo ttnpid for belief; but nomchow I nm't loving you in spite of Hut." The "clod" smiled and kiwvd her mo.it 'iiderly. "1 have been he said, "and you iuvi! bven more than I deowve. )ut ftom this hour you ehall see a change n me." Annis laughed indulgently. She had rcsigijed herself to MX> him tu a Hut, to Iwr when her parlors were Illled with tho HU) and fiuhton of the city, her unb- ind presented himself attired in ite and wo aik-rod iu every other that only the, eyes of love could traced in this elegant gentleman ny of the churacieristlcs of tbe "clod." Kverybody t-htiled, and Anuls, un-ler- tanding Hint he hnd been playing grieved and offended. "How could you, she onked him K-prooclifulty. "I don't know bow I can vor forgivo you." Her husband laughed In her face a lit- rognislily, "I'd do it again for the wine rrwanl; nd if yon .ton't forgive me I'll go back lid be a 'clod' tln> rest of my days." Tbe threat was snUli-ient. then all ww not paid, and nimble as was Uie hour to which Uie wir theinselveN, the honjht wait that a dolhir remnlncd im- wld agaiimt the IMIIIU of IViiue. "Jt must paid 'Oh, is there ouj-thlng great, anything grand that I could do? It in a ehwnt her.! is not, after all you have laid out or Why, I am the worst IH- you have mode, I do believe, lelp me lo think, if there in no way In which t CM cam money to make you ven with the world aipiin, "t could not be an artM; for though you Mid my dniwng mmUtr such t am mire If I wore to nketeh you would Iw goWi tint It luid bur Iryiaail n hut would all, 1 MVW ewtld ny tUAranoi OB mper Md a ver should wcewd u an lettam, Md hough I luivo a tokinbk) I nubile tint I could wit utUr mite. 'An, my mid ttw iWhcr, "If you only married tome one of tbuw rkh "What In Uw MW .rf that, Kot one of lucm bun bwt, iK Tut ItAKi.wt The very of the nninbtr of fletiabirH nd AMcmhlyiiwn In thin State In hvor of Orant, to hint, and IndiflVroul, nupectively, In full of instruction, Of Senators, II are tor Grunt, I tor ienimn, 1 tor Gmnlor 1 1 arc non-ciiitimllUI. Of tho AwMuuUynimi, are tor Omni, 4 Btaine, a Mionian, 4 tor Conk- Ing, I tor UarnoH, while 18 would not nnimil tliemwlvni. The Orant in and ftwr- whlk the non-omniitliil nun are alunJIy timM, uid nfMl of thnn will Ivu way their mow itefhfel No Itk. Mfe, in we look it H, tn wt down the KepuMieMi pwty of thin m iteriy In Aivur of m.1 Ihinl Looking at UWM nmi hi with ttMlr am rniliMm twin only tow ywi ago, MOM wipriii- dptod, a atoM tatU and how 'ittttrlgr imlnMlworthjr an. vtmrta HfoHte wte m ntfin V it llieir torn fmfom t butrUidwitli. Tlw OU (hurd IB both par- wboMM mlly W Uw JEWS PA PER I IN SPA PERI   

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