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   M'Kean County Miner, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1871, Smethport, Pennsylvania                               DMYOTSD TO fJTTtJUCSTS, LJTKHATCKK. AXD OfSKRAl. UTCLB J ft I. a. IAXB. KracmUi the hill may eee the Bill Of waning wood mad arambUag Tbo wheml U drippteg mad clattering Mill, Hat Jerry, UM nUller, U demd mad f one. Tear after year, out; mmd Ute, Alike la raauaer mad wlmter wmtaer, Ht pecked the etooei mad diked UM rmle And the Mill ud milter fnw old logmtbei Uule Jerry 'twm. all UM They lored him well who called him to Anil whether he'd ever another Nobody erer teamed to know. Twee LmttM Jerry, grtmd mj And "Little Jerry, griad my Amd Little Jerry rf wm. MID UM ery, From mw.lrna bold ud ai'Mm .w.el Twmt Little Jerry om erery tonne. And IBM UM alaple trath WM told; For jerry wee liule when be wee youag. And he wee I" la erf them an following day Perry WM rt.mined a of the concerning IM oaom of nit (toying out all night on hi evening IM went to meet hfa matter. The account gave of hit behavior WM. that when hM mfatrem cent him in be craning, went down Oempden Field Charriagford. On way UMM. he met a man Wring at Cempdan. named William Heed, and to him, and told him kit errand. He aUo told him that, M it WM getting late, WM afraid to go farther, and would therefore go back and return with Bat what U eUe he ramanil to Uck Jerry oamde.ap la atroag; I're eeea e eack apou mi. beck AJ Ulck ee the miller mad qolu ae loaf. Alway. baay ead mlwaye merry, dotag ale rery beat, A notable wee Uute Jerry, Who uttered well evading ]eet: Whem will yon rriad my eora, I f" qmott Jerrr, erold Jut lemre yomr grwt tor half e day, Amd merer lemr bat you'll be tolled." How Jerry Urcd U known to feme. But how he died mey kmow aalumu dey the rmmor The brook ead Jerry ere rery low." And then 'twa. whUpered moarafony, Fbe leech had come, end he wen deed, And all UM neighbor, locked to Me Poor UUle Jerry I" wee ell they eekL They Uld him la hli earthly HU mlUer'i eomt omly to daet I" the penoa And all the people wept mloed. tor be had thaaned the deedly elm, And not a grata of orer-toll Had erer dropped Imto hU bin, To weigh apom hie parting tool. Beneath the hill there mtead. the mill Of waatlajc wood ead crambUair Hone; The wheel M dripping ead clattering etlll, Uui Jerry, the mUUer, U dead mad goae. THE MTRAflGE STORY OF WILLIAM Tho faott of the following rtreuge tory arm derirad from a trmot oontai ud in the collection formerly in the pot Ma- lion of Kobert HarUy. Karl of Oxf but now in the BriUeh KneMua. fka tnot b entitiad A Trmt Af- tJU JTiwmjiMrfcm. JrieJ tuui Jfmm Pfrry law Hoiu, Jolut and UU eeW tfurdtr WMiam Aarrimm. out tiu RtmorluMt UU( katk leiUM Ou JtaMrta UOtr h Sir T. O. u Orertrary, of hb pliahed but ill-fated nameamke] (on. in tit eewafy Qfanonter, JTaUU. eW MM Utr On to T. A [Taomme Pkgtie M ZMuba. London printed for Bowland nut Oato. over St. Oleeaeafi C in atrand. 1070. Mr. WiUiaam Harriaon. in tew 1000. WM itaward to the Lady Vi eee Campden. at Oampdan. in tenhira. Ha waa than an old mai be- ing about yaan of aga. Oa Thunday. UM loth of Aogoat, bi aet out from Oampdan, where he midad, to walk to Charringford, a diatan w of about two milca. The pmrpoea cf hie joomey was to ranti lor pr ypec- ty belonging to Lady Oampdan. Thai night, M ha did not iwturn at mat hour, hie win became uneaey ao I, at- Ur waiting mntU naarly eight o'.look. eent a man-aarrant Jokm Parry to Charringford in aaaroh of him. [Bat, although waited mp (or thafi all that night nothing WM Man of either Mr. Harriaon or UM Early the next morning. Bdwari, Mr. Harriaon'i eon, want Chai ring- ford to try to gain of ft tbar. On way there he mai Parry n ing from theooo. who inlormed bin he had bean to Oharringtord, bn bean anable to ftnd auMtor. Thay than want on together to Xbriagton, a rillaga betwaan Oharriagford and Oampdan. they ware told b r one Daniel that Mr. Harriaon had call id at hit hotua the preeeding evening. 01 hie way from Chvringfcrd. but that did not atay there long with him. They then proceeded half a amile farther m, to Paxlbrd.wnt there they heard noJiing more of William Harriaon. and thai afore determined to return. On their) way back to Oempden. they who told them that a hat, band and oornb had been picked np In the dgb- way by a poor warn an the wai then gleaning in the neighb iring fteldj, they went to her. Onthewiman prodaeing the artUUe had diaoor- ered, the eon at Mantlted tbeU M baring been worm by he left home to go to Oharriagford. On farther eiaarlaarinn. it that the hat and ooeab had been en k and hacked about, and amo that the a. were eo'ered dried blood. At their reqneet. UM woman at onoe took Ih, to where had fomnd the artiolef. It wat on UM highway, near a great brake, between Xbrnmgton and Oaoap- den. A earafal amaroh WM then made of the anoC for the body of the been -U being murdered: -.la apot for the body c being tonalanifl 'may a he might have bad with him but) after for tbe emka of any a UM meet diligent Mnroh, nothing found. When tbe newt Hiehlil Oampd alarmed madohiklranto -arch the_________.  unt Mr. Harrfaon gave of hlwmrf believing tbat he never WM out of Xnf that Mr. treat hfa employment for two yean fa certain; and if not carried away. M be no probable iMinn can be given for ibnani be living plentifully and happily to the of that hon- orable family, to whom, he had been then related above ftftv yean, with the reputation of a juet end faithful tervant. cannot rw.irm.rly be thought to have fbnmken hfa wim. hfa children, and hfa ttewmrd-ehip. and were behind him. M be tbva dVi. i aim nfamfinrr to the We eannot thmtufao, to charity but believe that Mr. Harrfaon WM carried away; but by whom. whom fa the queal DM who did it be never to have aten brfora. That he WM rpirtted fa. be mat to Plan- and there told a dare. M tome an to have been, fa no wavt prob- be wnt an old tonrm man, taken from the moat inland part of country; end if (old, M he be waa, tor erven the trouble ofble tothe bad thoughteof eon, not knowing whom to and habeve tke bop- of bb whmh be enjoyed, might tin from him to wfak km and they are moeeeoi mMbebarior ia it bard to tbkmk tbat eon Mh.uMjV.7wkZ, to the death, above twenty to they ranaVn ___ Bf_ Jt vTV OaVK tmmmt.1 the whole i ABterref The talewTaft. t of the M, Tunfaon, a bntld- of (ome a fortune of 000 for hfa to quarrel over, which duty they to tbabmt of their power. Biehard V. Carman, the lUinnt in the werid fa of Hlacnra. wbere tbe waaar from uwarkkM form, a river {ngtoa com hoaat carpenter, own day hfa aign WM to him for .wing tor kfa immediate relief upon tome Wend to New York or Botton. He honetUy told hfa adviatr thathebadao authority for mo doing. then made tbat (ome- body might be willing M accept for the ,.Kt womW Ufa M a withto my .to be men at hfa -Biehard F. Oar- ___________ItwMatthfatradethat be auaealargopnrtof hfa i Wat late founder, alao a them on credit Richard HoewM another and the MW and printing pram which be fcnndedm now worth a mlllian. William Bogard- painter in Canter atneZ, al- tbougb not. .triotly mmoney- makiag man. BM made not far from ia the wane of kb fcemiim career. Luke Terbom, imtTiaT bom- painter in neighborhood, fortnme. whieh he left to hm boya, deptb Tbe ragaontba le- nt n TPTuge on waten mm CeNvaml tHmml without Thojioaloul to UM known world fa the AmwJmpnL to who aeatterad it by UM uaual dien- of tke drawer and a draft for S100 upon name might be known at than might a poanbility, with hfa aid, of g art fig the money. Thinking-it almoat a of Ufa and death, and hoping to be to fund, from hfa earnings before the draft could beaut to thfa oouatry and be returned protett- ed.Mhe to the ordinary and y count of lnnawiwtne: by rimtn. young man gladly .i.iliTl lilmailf nf The laattion than warn, what name he ahould iropoM M the one upon whom to draw. Ie named by eeverml moUd men of Boeton, not one atmned to be known or to (meet with favor. He happened to think of DanfaJfWeboter. whom he knew only by hfa reputation. broker to whom the negotiation WM pro- rn-Mi.. at onot oanght at the ntme, and WMtatfafled with It Tbe draft WM ac- cordingly nude, aad the money rawed at the Quaternary diaoount mma remained abroad for r or two. and 1 pro- uLNot a word WM heard of tatted draft, and on hfa return to he called with the money to repey Mr. Webeter. and to make the beet apology he could for the liberty he had taken. To bit Mr. Webater amid that he knew nothing about the matter. On r that the draft mutt bean accepted and paid. Mr. Webeter to far yielded to hfa M to tuggutt hfa calling again, and that to the mean- time he would art hfa clerk to making It turned out on a atoond call, tbat the draft had bean found cancelled, end. M the clerk amid. dfaoovered among many other panan in one of the demka. Mr. Webtter WM tben paid the hundred dol- but declined any remuneration pation of George Law binv eUf laid UM foundation of grant wealth while working at UM trade of a maaon, and fa probably UM amoet man which the eraftbMerer The favcn fortoWa favcn. Oreeley. M ovarj knowm. aanwd M jour" for two bi tbfa oity. and to yet a job on a it which kfa defaot- ire M well M hfa moat enduring patience. I have mmerlmM thought that hfa turn for theology may be due to tbfa practical Introduc- tion into holy writ But COM fa outdone by Banner, who hM benMtat city park wonibi to PaUadefphia. It ponHfui over two Thegreateat grain port to world faCUeaco. TbVMrgeetlake am world fa Lake Superior, which fa nrmly an inland low bandaad and thirty V'auW t TVe aJa mQroan world fa ilioad.avaTtbrM fa the Coil to length. Tbe gneteet natural bridge world fa the Natural Bridr to Vbgtoin. It aerom a obaam eighty to width and two hundredlnd tftrawt to depth, and at t to depth, tke bottom of wbmb tbe onefc no Tbe grmtmt nSmi of aoUdfatmtotna fatb.Ir M much wealth, the latter Mt type far Hartford Cntrvat not over twenty ago, and afterward road proof for the JWrrer to city. Al- vord. maeter printer to Vendewater ttreet fa rich enough to tpond half hfa time at hfa near Hartford, wbere U UM a auMll but valuable farm. John F. Trow, another matter printer. >p to Greene ctreet hM alao be- to hM Bam Oreon, of Bam fa the eon of the worthy Beriah Oreaa, of Wurmbcro. who WM for thirty yean one of the far amoet abolitfamfate On the pulpit at to Central New York. which WM urged upon him to the way of toterat. oo hit ttncUy accommodation In other awllen than that of money, Mr. Webeter'. memory WM very good, and. indeed, quite tenaeioua. A recol- lection of minute M well M of name, aad Caom. WM of him. night Oariotta Barraeeo and a colored mat-rant boy ware alone to bar houaa. aStuated a few hun- dred beyond the Baltimore city Barraeeo had bean cleaning all day, and, on aooouat of the day. ana. on aooouat of ine _____ of her bedroom, tke petpand a conch on a lounge in tbe dining-room, aad retired. The colored boy tlept M About midnight about Bam WM awakened by one fcaling under pillow upper part of bar fen up into turn, and aakad, at the an .tending Tho reply WM, "Hath, or Mk BamoDO. who fa up into a half noumbant penV. What do you want r colored IT1 UD The BMIO toileted weighing not We. than two hundred toeUntly Jumped from bar conch and grappled with Tbe oontaatwMa terrible one. drew a raaor, with which rerml merer, cut. on the lady1, face, mvwraH hclntog on to aim all peraem, and ianietaua gaah aerem bar throat UM raaor eutaing downward to- ward bone, and merely graa- iagthe wtodpipa. Barraeeo etiU bell on to the would-be murderer, who eradanQy worked hfa way toward a window, by which be bad evidently cf wnflo awakened the boy, and be ruthed np to of hit but the foot- ed by the who at the bleeding woman down with hfa nut after kfiktog horwv- mede hfa oat of JMt M the colored boy tbe rooee. boy at for the to wMehthe to For days, ending' laat Thunday morning, Mr. Tattle had fated without food or nouifahmant tak- ing only a few ounta. of and water; but on i tbe morning alluded to aatun gave weir, and took flight Tattle WM a beliertr to ntritnalfam. aad claimed that inirit had told kirn that he mmt for forty daya, after which be go toto a trance and the etirfaweuld deport bat after mix ilwould back, and would up aad cat and then would all brethren. He aaid he tuf- fered no peto of any kind, but WM tor- mented by who omaM to talk with bun. Thi we vfaited him at tbe af hte'mother. to thfa piece. Octog to, we found him alonaTtoa .mail room without furni- ture, lying on e bed with a quilt thrown over him. u. to go out ITyou want to talk to he. and talk thnngh window. Ton make the air toe eloM -toodoaa." To gratify him wa proottJti to window. -Do von you -No. I em Ton tor- ment mewbeTVou talk to me. My ttnngth fa almwt gone -Whet do think fa to yon I" -I am lotog to n Won. when theVrit will depart. "After riz ttwffl return, and I wDl rfaa up, and wffl all IM bratturt." Tb gratify Urn we away from the window. Lyta( en the bed he fiinatiil aharriMeap. iumad by thormi _ UK and the akto clung tight to the With long. hair .W i. eaakan and hollow a wnok to look The' Bunder be died be to BnMb.be whiekan. tb.IrcnMonntntoofMlmouri. Itfathne hundred and flfty fart bigb. and two to circuit Tbe beat apeoimmon of Oreeian arebi- tecture to tbe world fa tbe Onard collage for in Pbiladmpkto. The aqueduct to tbe world te tbe Croton Aqueduct to New Tort Ite length fa and U. 000. depoaita of anthracite coal to tbe world are to of which (apply tbe market with of annually, and appear to in tbe of hfa from Bert. of the Cleveland fot. to 2if (WMt potrtoea. Who Wtjanr VnuV- la iMUams n UMTwfllhavoeoitlhwathoMoAMtM A Hew] to n-t W-kto-ton, kyi.llHlig.mua teto tfie half a of Vunmob mtyteef mwelnaaj neveL If tbe Indy ke gintlammi wbet aba fnv tManan lOnM, ne awr -BetrotkafainCbina are contracted at n vary early age. and even anmoaw in- to Jtfa etiolate that afl tbe be condneted by a The and girfa an the whole matter. The MM of eourt- tort to all right pi After Utrothel. which fa MM by an exchange of orwrof afotmi the pannte of the poom. the eaMgo- Mif pmformeJ If the die H fa indimil proper and ilial thtog for the giri to umiin a widow for devote to the of ditimid kae- parente-a ttrtna which our girfa at houM wonld aonnUer particularly -Before tbe wedding day UM bride hM puQedout.which in CMmm fa tbe dfaUagufahiag mark of n the'lucky day'chnmn far UMmarriegu. the bride fa oerriedfrt-mlMr own home L to gnat Mrte! With to tbat of ateto and oeromony. eloetly veiled. with barbna. band before en alter, and they wnriklj together tWopirittabMmof ton of groom. Tbo pnrtmmnntoM each face when the brioVmreD fa removed and they urtok wtoe owi of the cup, after the It not MUirety wlmmwi wtth the choke to whieh they had no part, it fa certainly toobto to repent and they have only make the beat of f m "n_e_a. _ ____ am. _ Tbelaaimmmbarof believtogtbatUwMi......rytoeiMam he alee badaomwef kfa teeth puUed out to carry on the aleena- ____________Uet eaQed to, who endMrotedto penaade hfan to iat Mipntlag to getting kirn to take a little beef tee. but the remedy Hoi lately. U S I, f.ru amVtogbytlgB.it rury gmm- arut TbenMtbSltia Ji.) an not to- gether, and don't jrrite, they an not hM a btlaaay, w that teOMH lor of love b very faagnatdaalcCniioliigTtmt-M wW wfittithe toafowi peend. Inl tVO vVW puted to bo wealthy i ether i ulig to -go te the n hnBat ten o'clock, took him -Thie way yon jo to the lodge, faitr tai fa Mwy tf fham MO thcbnOb of MtalftM. TbeybatotonbiM giimi bee. large fcnate graw thmu ofaMtoow hw yto: tm UM of a mtgm toto wO pMMniw) MM! whtnl M wbiahtlMnwn.no rm (Jg.) BmtmtL. ma? fatal. No etoi ibOM all the tame at the hmdy. nan t toto bfa law anml   

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