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"Uncle Henry," said Julia Den
ham, "may I see you in the library |
a moment this morning ?"
"Certainly, my dear, I am at yonr
command now," and be led the way
into the room. He banded his niece
to an arm-chair and took a seat op
# "Uncle," said Julia, with a little
becoming confusion, "I have receiv
ed an offer."
"Whew J" exclaimed her uncle,
"that Is coming to the point with a
"And I wish to consult you about
"A very sensible resolution. May
I know from whom the offer has
been received ? M
"You haveu't known him very
"Not—very," said Julia, slowly.
"But you think you know all
about him, I dare say. Are you
vary much in love with him ?"
"Not desperately," answered Ju
lia, smiling. "At the same time 1
confess that lam strongly prepos
sessed in his favor."
"And this prepossossion is likely
to become a warm sentiment.
Well, my little niece, as vou have
requested my advice, I will give it.
I do not obiect to this lover of yours.
Indeed I know nothing against him.
But then I know too little of him at
any rate to be able to form a deliber
ate opinion of his character. If I
mistake not this is also yonr case.
Now it is my theory that no woman
ought to marry unless she is suflW
ciently well acquainted with her in
tended husband to have a pretty con
fident assurance of leading a happy
life with him. I therefore counsel
you to delay giving your answer tor
a month, and in that time I will
contrive to become better acquaint
ed with him."
"Your advice is good," said Julia,
thoughtfully, 4 'and I will follow it."
"Thank you," said her uncle,
kindly, "for the confidence yon have
reposed in mv judgement. I sin
cerely hope that the young man will
prove to be all that we can desire."
Edward Fitzroy was in business
in the neighboring city. He bad
embarked a small property inherited
from bis father, in a dry goods es
tablishment, and having a good bus
iness tact was driving a flourishing
trade. His acquaintance with our
heroine had commenced during a
summer residence at the village
which she made her home. It was
not strange that be should have been
attacted by Julia. Her gayety, vi
vacity and beauty made her gener
ally admired; and had anything else
been requisite the reputation of be
ing her uncle's heiress would have
procured her suitors. But it is not
necessary to dwell further on this
point of our story. We are inter
ested to learn how Uncle Henry's
He first made cautious inquiries
relative to the young man's business
standing, ail of which were answer
ed satisfactorily. But this did not
satisfy him. He wished to see for
himself. Accordingly he purchased
a suit of clothing so different from
that which he was accustomed to
wear, that with a pair of green gog
giee super-added be felt convinced
they would disguise him sufficiently
for his purpose. Thus attired be
lounged into the stcie, ani inquired
for some trifling article He was
piyrposely very slow in being suited.
Meanwhile lie watched with some
attention the bearing of Fitzroy,
who was trading with a fashionably
attired lady at a little distance.
Nothing could be more polite or ob
sequious than the conduct of the
young tradesman. With unwearied
assiduity he took do ivn from the
shelves and displayed a large stock
of merchandise, until the fastidious
taste of the lady was at lenght suit
"He is attentive to his custom
ers," thought Uncle Henry. "Tbat
is a good sign. But perhaps it may
be simply because she is rich and
fashionable. Here's a customer of
a different kind. Let me see how
be treats her."
At this moment a woman very
poorly dressed, with a worn and
weary expression, as if she were bet
ter acquainted with the dark 'Rhan
ihe bright side of life, entered the
street door and advanced to the
counter. The affable smile which
Fitzroy had in his interview with
lie last customer disappeared, and
iii its place was seen the supercilious
''l would like' to look at some
calicoes," said the customer.
••Here are some," said Fitzroy,
curtly, pointing to a pile which lay
upon the counter.
He did not stir from his position,
but gazed at the woman with an air
that seemed to indicate how utterly
Indifferent tie was to her patronage,
"Will you show me some of
them ?" asked the woman, mildly.
"There they are, ma'am; you can
see them for yourself."
"What is the price of this ?" she
inquired, looking at one which lay
at the top.
"Ninepence a yard."
"I don't altogether like the fig
ure," she said, after a pause.
Don't you ?" returned Fitzroy, in
The customer began to examine
some of the other prints. Of course
in doing so she was obliged to dis
arrange them somewhat.
"Don't pull them all to pieces,"
add Fitzroy, rudely. "There isn't
auch difference In them. You'd
better take the first that comes.
How much do you want ?"
"Well, you bad better let me cut
It off quickly, as I can't stand wait
ing on one customer all day."
Thus importuned,| the woman
hastily indicated one of the prints,
and the required quantity was meas
ured off. Change was hastily made
and the woman departed. Her place
was taken by a wealthy lady like the
first, the rustle of whose silk proved
an immediate passport to the good
graces of the yonng merchant.
"I don't like that," thought Un
cle Henry, who had not been unob
servant of the little scene. "He has
no right to treat one customer bet
ter than another. At all events all
ought to be treated with common
civility, whatever their attire may
be, or however small may be their
purchase. These gloves are half a
dollar, are they ? (these words were
addressed to the shopman, who was
waiting upon him). Very well, I
will take them."
Meanwhile the woman who had
just purchased the calioo re-entered
the store with a hurried step and a
lx>kof trouble. She waited until
Fitzroy was through with the lady
upon whom he was attending, and
then pressed to the counter.
"Well, what now ?" asked the
young man, superciliously.
"I believe you made a mistake
about the change you banded me."
"A mistake 1" be repeated. "It
is quite impossible."
"But,', said the woman, anxious
ly, "don't you remember that I
gave you a two-dollar bill, and you
only gave me back two quarters ?"
"Wasn't that right ?"
"No; I bought ten yards at nine
pence a yard, which made but a.doi
lar and a quarter."
"And you handed me a two-do
lar bill ?"
"Then I most have given you back
"But, sir, it cannot be, I have
"Oh, you'll find the other in yonr
pocket, if you haven't spent it,"
said Fitzroy, insolently.
The woman col red.
"Indeed, sir, I know I am right,"
she said troubled.
"It is for your interest to," he re
turned, with a sneer.
"And yon won't rectify the mis
take, then ?" said the pqor woman,
"You make a great fuss about a
quarter of a^dollar."
"It is of some importance to me."
said the woman.
"I can't return it," said Fitzroy,
shortly. "There is no end to the im
postions that would be practiced upon
me, if I allowed everybody to come
back and claim that they had not re
ceived the right change."
Here Uncle Henry, who had list
ened with indignation to this scene,
"Yon are mistaken," said be, de
cidedly. "I saw vou hand this lady
her change, and you passed her but
Fitzroy glanced at the speaker.
It has not been mentioned that Un
cle Henry, the better to conceal his
identity, was coarsely dressed, and
accordingly Fitzroy set him down
as a person of no consequence. He
therefore answered, haughtily:
(, I shall need more than your word,
my good sir. How do I know bnt
you are in league"
"Good-moining, sir," said Uncle
Henry, abruptly. "You may here
after regret tills gratuitous insult.
Madam, will you allow me a word
with you ?"
The woman followed him out of
the shop, while Filzray in no very
pleas&ntlmood mattered about the
"airs of these beggars."
"Madam," said Uncle Henry,
when they were in the street, "will
you accept from me this piece of
gold which will in a measure atone
for this man's rudeness and your
loss ? Nay, no thanks ! What I
haye witnessed has been worth more
to me than the small sum."
At the end of a month Edward
Fitzroy came to receive Julia Den
ham's answer to his suit. He felt
quite confident of a success—a con-
fldonco which was somewhat dim in
ishtd by the coldness with wbbh
she returned his greeting.
"I must decline the honor of your
allance," said she, in answer to his
"But what can have wrought this
change in you?" he asked, his
"I must refer you to my uncle."
Uncle Henry, who entered the
room immediately, explained 111 a
few words in what way they had
gained an unfavorable impression of
his character. He concluded by
"The man who is obsequious to
the rich and impertinent to the
poor, shall not, with my consent,
marry one in whom I feel any inter
A year afterward Julia formed an
alliance with one more worthy of
her, and never had cause to regret
adopting her uncle's test.
JUDGE LYNCH IT WORK.
Four Mnrdfrtr* Trmt<d tm m Ham.
Mary DM* *f Keataefcy lutlc*.
Special Dispatch to Tn Tinas.
CINCINNATI, September 4.
Henry couuty, lventuckey, is in a
state of greut excitement over the
lynching ot four men who were con
fined in the jail at New Castle. For
seventeen years the counties of Owen
and Henry, situated in the southeast
ern part of the State, have been ter
rorized by a gang of banditti who
have shot, burned and stolen almost
without fear of Law. The roads in
much of the region are narrow rocky
bridle paths that run along the sides
of the mountain streams. Travel is
almost entirely on horseback or on
foot, and the familiarity of the out
laws with every turn in the roads
and dark corners in the thickets en
ables them to put travelers out of
the way with very little inconveni
ence, and without fear of detection.
During the war many of their mur
ders were charged to rebel soldiers,
and at one time General Burbridge
caused a number of Confederates to
be shot in retaliation. A few weeks
ago one of the baud, named Shuck,
was hung at Owenton. He pretest
ed to the last his innocence, and
made a statement on thoacaffold im
plicating several of his comrades.
Soon after another member of the
gang, named Carter, made a full
confession, and on the strength of
this four uieu were arrested aud lodg
ed in New Castle jail. Three of
them were brothers, named Good
rich; the other was James Simmons.
At half-past 1 o'clock this morning
a mob, numbering fifty men, sur
rounded the jail, overpowered the
jailer, took the four men'out of their
cells, hurried them a short distance
from the building and hung them in
a ghastly row. The victims before
the hanging confessed to the mur
ders and other depredations with
which they were charged. Nolxxly
seems to know whence the lynchers
came or whither they went. The of
ficers were powerless to offer resist--
ance. aud tue people, if they know
anj tiling, are afraid to give infor
mation. The bodies were taken
down this morning und an inquest
held, but no further facta of import
ance were developed.
PRICE Of PARDON.
An amusing case occared during
the session of ihe Board on Wedues
day evening. An old German,
Northumberland county, came into
the room and took a seat near Mr.
Quay. As he did not seem inclined
to state his business, Mr. Q, asked
him what be could do for him. He
replied that bis son was in the pene
ientiary for stealing. "Please state
your case,'' said Mr. Quay, "Veil
shentlemens, I dinks I say noding;
I haf no moneyl" "Never mind the
money, but give us a plain state-
I ment of your case," said Gen.
McCandless, 4 * No use shentlemens,
no use. Ise gif my lawyer hun
dred dollar aud he tell me I must gif
you one, two, three, four (indicat
ing with his finger each of the four
members of the board) hundred dol
lar to get mine poy from the peuden
shry oud. I can't 'pay it shentle
mens; I sold two hogs, and dat is
all the money I haf," After ask
ing the name of the lawyer who told
him to attempt to bribe the mem
liers cf the Board with a hundred
dollars each, Secretary Quay told
the old man the case of bis son should
be duly considered, when the Ger
man took bis departure, still under
the belief that 9400 was the market
price of a pardon.
i GREAT MAN GONE. ,
M. Thiers, the gnat French
Statesman, Journalist and Histori
an, died on the 3rd inst., at the ad
vanced age of 80 years.
Mr. Thiers was a truly great
man in the best sense of the word,'
and his death at this turbulent time
is a great loss to the French nation.
He had filled many important offices
in the French government and was
always found true to the interests of
the people. If Thiers, counsels had
been followed, France would have
had no war with 'Germany, and
would have averted the deep humili
ation into which she was plunged by
Napoleon 111. As President after
the war with Germany, Thiers man
ifestedpn industry, energy and abil
ity that was truly astonishing for a
man of his age. France was soon
rescued from her financial embar
rassment and is to-day one of the
most prosperous nations upon the
face of the earth. To Mr. Thiers
more than to any other man does
she owe her prosperity.
The "big tree," as it is called,
which grew in Calweras county,
Cal., contained 500,000 feet of inch
lumber, and*was felled by five men
working twenty-two and one-half
days, making 112 days labor.
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HnuNortitLD. 0., Feb. 18,1K77
This in to certify tliat I nave used Vnit
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Yours vcrv Truly,
C. W. VANDKGRIFT.
Mr. Vandegrlft, of tiiu Ann of Vandegrlft
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Our MfnlMtcm Wife.
IAXISVII.I.K, KY., FeU Id, 1877.
MB. 11. K. HTBVSN*.
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satisfaction to alt.
The music is adapted to the human voice,
ranging from the softest flute-like note to a
volume of sound unsurpassed by any instru
This Instrument has all the latest Improve
ments, and everv onun Is fully warranted
for six years. Beautiful oil polish, Mack wal
nutpa united eases, which will not CRACK
or WARP, and forms, in addition to a splen
did Instrument of music, a beautiful piece of
This organ needs only to be seen to he Ap
preciated, and is sold at extremely low fig
ures for cash Second-hand instruments
taken in exchange.
Agents wanted, mate or female. In every
eouuty In the United States and Canada. A
liberal discount made to teachers, in blisters
churehes, school*, lodges, ete., where I have
no agents. Illustrated catalogue and prl ee
list free. Correspondenee solicited. Agent
discount given where I have no agents. Bes
offer ever given now ready. Address,
DANIEL V. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey, U. 8. A.
DAY. I. BROWN,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
STOVEPIPE & TBIMIINGB,
SPOUTING and FRUIT CASB.
Would respectfully Inform the public that
he keeps on hand or makes to order
all kinds of TIXWARB, STOVR
FIXTURES, FRL'IT CANS,
SSPODTffIfI A SPECIALITY !5
always on band.
Repairing doue at
short notice. Having
some ten years experience
In the business he flatters him
self that his work is fully equal to
any In this section of tke country. A
share of the public's patronage is respect
fully solicited. Mkojp, second floor of
FooOo'a Store, Mlllhcim. Pcnna.
THE JOURNAL OFFICE
us for sale the 'celebrated
PHOTOGRAPH MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES,
PHOTOGRAPH FAMILY RECORD,
* . 7• I \
BAPTISM ATi OKHTIFIOATES, and
4 :• 94
published by CUIDEB A BROTHER, YOKE, PENMA.
• . .;,. r '
Certificates - •■ * > i
are unequaled by m
anything of the kind out.
Hundieds of them are sold annu
ally by Ministers of the Gospel and others.
Vt e were so highly pleased with the samples sent
us, that we ordered a large lot at once; and made arrange
ments with the publishers for the right of exclusive sale in Peon,
Gregg, Potter, Haines and Miles townships. We respectfully invite Min
isters and young couples to come and see. For sale singly or by.the doses
®*d sad Upright.
From |Geo. 1. Letcher, firm of Win. 8
Letcher* Bro. Bankers. Payette.Ohio.
We received the piano and think It a
very flue toned one out here. Waited a short
time to give it a good test, f you wish e
word in favor of It we wltleheerfulty give ft. *
Janet R..Brown, Esq., K dwardtvflle, II
"The Beatty Piano reeeNed gives euttro
satisfaction." Agents wanted. Send for
DANIEL I. HATTY,
Washing—a, flow Uonoy, V.aa
MOOEagravtagi IMSPsgM <M—ls.
POUR PICKS COLORED PLITES.
WHOLE LIBRARY IX IYSKLP.
INVALUABLE IJT A MILT.
More than 30,0*0 copies have been placed la
the public schools or the United mates, by
Mate enactments or deboot Officers.
Recommended by Mate Huperintondeuta of
Schools in 27 diffeient States.
Webster's Unabridged Dictionary ooo
taloes one flflb msere waiter than any
other, the type Iwtng smaller, there fore giv
ing uiucn more matter on a page. *>
Webster contains 3000 Illustrations 3a the
body of the work, nearly three times as many
as any other Dictionary, and these are repeat
ed and classified at the end of the work.
MM atoet 10,000 ward* auad ananas
tagsaet in ether letteaartes.
Embodies about one hundred years of
literary labor, and Is several years later thaa
any other large Dictionary.
The sale of Webster's Dictionary Is tD
times as great as the sale of any other aeriee
oX X ict jimsvrie*, •
Published byO. AC. KBEIIAX Bpvtsg
Believing it to be BY FAR the beet Parlor
and Orchestral Orns auurafactuhtd. we
challenge any manufacturer to equal them.
The celebrated Gulden Twuue Reeds In Utla
organ la conjunction with the Perfected
Reed Boards produce sweet, pure and pow
erful tones. Buperb cases of new and elegant
designs Ministers teaehera. churches
schools, lodges, etc., should send for price
Hat and discounts.
Dealers wiU find It to their advantage to
examine this Instrument, thaa tmproro
ments found la no other. Correspondence
Best offer erer given. Money refunded
upon return of organ and freight barges
paid by me (DanlelF. Beatty) both ways If
unsatisfactory, after a test trial of five days
Organ warranted for nix years. Agentsdia
count given everywhere hart no agent
Agents wanted. Address,
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, Mew Jersey,- V. .A,