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GILLVD KAP1DS HERALD, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1832.
8 A RACE FOR LITE. 4V&4 lcku tvf it Lmc f-U4Tj iaU WxTiUjr, eaid tha uiaa frn Kcctuckf, ft:n t-f arLau wtiich bul follow-1 , tta .Ark.i.:u im miner's br stcry ha.l uUilett Well, it tiiJa't tan. mi fciif I rtutt, t-at tuu't hj3 bilw:. YU all i tatkua by rin'Lt cf birtn, but jt-u Hot il &&rt tLal I born aui rrtu-fj ltbia ra; of thi ery er,t ia fetich IaiW ail, Siicii faB tha fact, hrwv-r. Vlt I ;n g jixf to Veil Lii?n! We trvei At tii tku tf , cuaalJeribl Juli wL h ros toward tfcd rtat il L?Jtcbwi iu tuirrww rnl onward for a milt cr tKj. Nwt 1X0 ynnia from our d rr all I-vaac Jjiinaca bailt a mLf cabia tul brunch t hi fan:!! down fn.u. ILiitajfa. DuilLry, their only buy, jtut brxit my a?, although not ei -!owitftth Hi etttlarazici auj atrt >a A warm frv-tidaUp aoon ftfran: cp be tween tts, however, and we speiit iuoii kcara together ia tbr wuovU with oar aoa It wm oetr th end of May, I rt mem ber. I Lad breu for omj wek. Acd id!ocAa, you know, jstst at thai sea oa, brex.!a rwstleaeue: ia auperabun Uance. I hal often haxd cf th jrrrat Mam moth care, a few tloza nuU-a dUtaut, a3l I twcavCu eon mice taat the ideolog ical formation of the bill in the r a.r of ur hum indicatwd that another hii cava rnuit surtIy exut under ths green tnrfml kioqu 1, for iu the ? alleys wtU-h lay at its feet I f.mad numerous eink frtn wli-h g-nrxhn broka usiully Ixirnt, or from which th warm brriit'.i the internal cavern fi.au-d up liks the autokt from iKcirt m.untain wi,wnn. I mou cunfidtd tay conjecture to Du-l Johta. Wo talk -d th matter ortr And derived that on th following dar would b-iTtn a ene of syteinat-C exiloritiori!. Tbsm ceelin4d.iy. which waa bright ard clear, though unnnnally warm, four.d xw etrin,r out with all the Dvie-wiry jftrij-hernalia caivllc inatch, a ror ?c We had tktl around in every cra-k and cranny, an i Eoax newn, baric bst all hope, I wad about to call to Dnd. who had wander d eff up into a little k.rt of wood, when a faint shout reached niy ears. I harried til la the direction whence the voice fterad to come, and was Boon ftand ln on the brick of what appeared to be the month of our much sought afier cavern. Away down in tho bowel of the earth I could see the yellow flare of Dud'dcau die and faintly diCt.-ra KLj outline aa he bent forward, pevriuir, out into the dark befor him. Tho d-wvnt to hU po rtion ww eajy, and tllel with joy I wan ocn IVside biai. The sweet danipne, the sepulchral stillness and the con stantly trickling dn ; that fell from the beaded ceilitii" thrilled me with strange delight. We soon scrambled down from the precipitoua ledrfe on which we stood and betfan to grope forward, our candies Cickrrin fitfully, as if ia danger of be in :r blown oat at every step. We bad not proceeded twenty pacee however, in the black winged darkneee when we came upon a solid adamantine wall barrtcg onr way and seemingly ending cmr Journey. However, afUr looking around for some time, we de cided that we could pans under the ob struction Jut over the brook, which Cowed serenely frtna beneath its flrn: breaet. The place was very narrow, and to acoompiinh this reeolve we luul to get down an. our hands and kne in tb water. We didnt mind that ie bow, and were soon elated to find our st)lTf4 in an opening as Large as if not larger than ti:e fLnt chamber that we entered, although nt nearly so high. From this rotna we prtvsM en through a smaller aperture, which gradaally as sumfxi tfc pr pcrtion of a paseae, dan grous with juttin;? rx'k and dubious win ims. On we hurried, f llowics the tortu ous stream that ran pnre and pellnrid from tle imn:en cave which we as surtxl ourselves must l Jrwt aheal. I can nrer forget ih ei'vrt of the low, iwft murmurinir of tht little brock. loftily audible fr the very abnence of ether sov.nds. We fenn I it terribly warm work crawling ovt rough f.-wrd refks inl s-ue'Tir.-c through narrow cp,Tiir:--rs; rowoHjo.tly wo every now and tVn hi!tl to rest. I rsa't !ay how In we hal ben f nnderin aNrit in the an l and wafT fi r w M1 held th course of thr tr" im when al-'-w, rrini( rerrhHl cir e.s. A w-trfall w st once s ir ri"l. certain that a miniature but l-evj'if il Niu:ri w. j jt l.'. re ns. CJ wtheri-j rew energy we pu.hM rtpvi )y f r"vr!. h-vl gorj ad?en riis jorb ip wln tV. T"sr. whi'"h p'rrp t;H r C"t l;ued vl'in'e, ?rr!ed to ruri-.-ly shift ite!f into a priti. n inim di..N ly nT-rh:vl. but w did nt. exf-et fonv t oVy thelws of n inr her. Afr r traversing another dozn nnls rr v ?nd-bnly notirl that th -v i ! r wse runn'ng ronddy ind r t w tTgs nod de-vl leT on h irry.i : v.rf.we. rmg'dy enonch, w vi" i t In th lenst aUn vl. f r wt IN "!,.t it was mrly a Uadslid ahen j. sn I C'rHTl"l to push on toward t?; r"'il f- rir ho;-s. Tu? as th wstrr grMv rigidly de;r snd rnn-ldier t cg U.r .l w twrud halt mornnf. an 1 f Ting a i-'aII stick in th bank At t'l" wsr's w mst hd tb fKitiV' H-l rr"p !p, tip sbont ind ovr i nn i'M h perhaps in f nr cr f.r m;n nr.. j! j.t . 1je,l st m. "Ti's r?i.n?r-x OM'' : " ', "-'id. d Y't f ! Wf s Dm b rr'fvT! truh burst ns n n juTrti' Mil v. -mt f a r 'o"'- - . r-. tt i t ;rn''; iV'w, It w r r-- h t5,- p' T1 rani ci n'.J f.'A it and All w r tit 1 -T 'r fi: I V"e .!.";r!. tr i p. !t-arng t' -Mv rt rj'-" .:At at t;rf- t: w!l."J i--T w n rrtr;y rir-eVtix?. r:!!!l ct ; r-ck in wNr .r; Vm h',rT w tr-nid. the TOnddy. r-zr nter ': X r-ei-l wi:irg nd n-a'."4 -!r--1 ii mrr-'W Vnni. N i V,, TO 1 TVJ!!? Iot pt f .f " I f -d fv w-nter N-nt cur p-- m " - . r--!.- I w- t 1- . . iVh I ft t-'l-." pe-4 , . , 5 vrl e'T 1 -" i n' :.0"; '?. v- , '.- ii, K!i;r.d u aad ti e c-miaot r.W overt.T zvzxrxZ nxne; 7T5w;j I ! ILaa of our CttLdlaS wvuld g) out, ' iid w rr forced to stLp and rhgLl it from Ue cu (Lt stall bamd. aa our j were aH wt and airless. At i 1j-s I stood la the cLuber next tL ! ftal btrrir. , V'ht a lu-cment of sujieriae, of dred, I aScrwd wtile waiting tjr Dui i , oi up! I hastily sat tied th walls cf th:a the tight-et eiin.g avi.iLi'e, ar. 1 lay cart ank an I saw tl.n uuiu'..;ak able tigiut of ori!'jw ou ev.ry si Ii art 1 OTrhr.L lid l".li joied tUVf, mul b.-6riaid :id pauriug. 11 loi krd tL fiend icaruate diili: biLa.-U f rtri from hut UuUifj -f ai. i rilth. ij;it I did n.jt Uuu aa my tmdd gz reate.1 ou hjt iit aul tr--utlc-il f?, you may be sure. 1 rettieiiiutr fecln. a grett pity for hnu, however. Treii.Lij.Iy we a-ivancel a few ris aid c.i.ue u; on tiie wail, but, 1 , no ei;t W.w vJs.ble! Now i: waa COiK'ealr.-l by a sic.11 pjol w nh a swift ni.eJtr.-!u tht swailuwed, with evident gu-sto, thv.-e bits of wood an t leaf which came near it. hui.ry ul'et. Wek and overcoUie with excitement. we sat down on a little kuoll, &nd with the protruding eyee of iloomed uitu watched the bteady up crawling of the streaia, o different fnun the kung whispering brvok of an hour ago. The awful silence was oppressive, wLilt) the heavy iUrkn ks gatherei on every bide as if to rxtirgii"h our feeble lights. Loth of our hois were hatles, ami a unall atrefei'i i f enmaon tnckled from Dud's forehead a wound that be had received from a jutting rock or some obstacle overhead. The situation was terrifying. I was almost certain that death was inevitable, but sir.ijuLirly enough ray wiiolw attention wa-s centered ou my miserable companion. I gazed steadily at him, wondering what his thoughts nnst t-e, ar.d if all his p.it life was hur rying before bim in review, as I had often heard it said men's lives would do wheu death seemed inevitable. Silently ar.d steadily, like home great yellow sor-po-nt, the tirook crawled into the nar row chamber ami coiled fold on fold. We had already moved back to higher ground once, and now it was inching up about our feet again. Our heads wore against the highest part of the rock roof, so it would be better to keep our place than to move lack to a more tiying position which would be no safer. To my dying day I shall never forget the feelings that crept over mo at the water stole up along my body cold and tdimy. It seemed that I was being grad ually ewailowed by eonie foul mon ster. The submerged portions of my body soeined severed from the trunk, while sure death enveloped me. A sen sation of insufferable closeness almost choked me, while the very helplessness of the f ituaiiou added a thousand terrors. Dudley sat as one in a profound ktu por, one hand grapin3 the two inches of tallow yet left, his other scraping pit eously along the rough wall, ns though seeking an exit for its petrified owner. For my part I became strangely quiet after a time, while a sense of indiffer ence poaseeeed me. A sort of resigna tion to the inevitable, I suppose, for the floods continued to prees upward. Our i.houlder were now just above the waters, while my hand grew so weary of holding the candle that it seemed as if about to sink below the surface de spite my every effort. Neither of us had spoken for nomo time, when Dudley suddenly turned t me. "I can't stand it any longer," he said simply. "Tell them good by at home for me if yoa ever get out," and he roso as if to launch himself forward. I saw his object at once and reached out to grasp him. "Hold on. Dud," I said; "I don't bdieve it is going to got any high er." "It doesn't make- any difference," he repeated. "We both can't livelong in this small ppace anyhow," and ho tank from view. I felt him touch ni a.s he rolled over, and I clutched at his body to lift him to the surface, but it etKraped my Kra-sp and a succession of bubbles told ma that further effort was uselebs he was drowned. His candle bad of coarse gone with him, and I questioned whether it would not bo bort for me to extinguish my own, since it was fast oxhausting the oxygen that was an absolute necessity to my life. I5ut I could not decide to snuff out th.it feeble light. It was almotdlike life itself. I cannot describe to you my felirgs as I sat a hundred feet underground, with only a breathing cpace of rive or six fet about my hea 1, the water at my chin and the cold form of ray dead companion at my feet. It seemed as if this mental torture lasted for hours, when, lo, a great joy seized me the floM had cea-'cd to nse. But its akitement inn b farswifheor I would perish mis erably from mere exhaustion. Iu half an hour the wtr sank so low that I j managed to gt under tb'j rock, and I with loudly U-ating heart saw otioe j more the bright, sweet liht of day. It was akut 4 o'clock in the afternoon, arid I found that a tremendous rain hid j fallen, which accounted fr ths torrent j in the cave. J I hurried off to the village as fast as ' my ft iff limbs covild carry me and told ! my tory. A score of men went ba--k ' with w au 1 recovered the body of my comrade. In that fearful race fcr life h had ' savM mine at th cost of his owu. A. 11, D. iu Short S:oris. I rrotrtlofi Kplbl for Chnter? I Th la'e-'t evil for which th tnnfl i j he'd r!p.'nibte i the b dr:. Ti 'A Cliicago HeriM prvei it. 4 it cit;.I. j Matif.wtion by a cb.tn r-f rHw-. ;..' ; I mining h' ilii: rr -teetiori -, I cr-'' the jTsnf r ' f Ar-in.-n w-:-.- ! earner, t-i r t.k- t';r c"r.r;- .. j rery n'trrictjv .. f. r t ;e pi.-.-. ,- , ?r-V-:i !ui s K:r- t-- ' tl !tvr, n n;!,'f. fr ' i t! p-?il- '.- ct-r.r-r of th M W-r!d. lr;rf v 1 .1 i tvit.n f crm of t:- .!.-.. JI : t) t-r".tr 1 r:ti t- r '-'"1!' T,,J r- t: -. r y F. ".'! (. ." ). i tb t.4J'T T"f!!', !- Tf Af -"r' T work;gn)n. -rA to f cx jv i':.-rt Tl.v ,v'1t' 7" " r 'irv- at b- e.ie. Hnrriu f r fr--- tra. ar.d ; 'eTrJ P-nt r"ir"j tnr a t- r-r f s'nin b-ir. ' 't r ;!vf j Vaan .'ari 1: ?, f-nt 1 r T .- t r cf''')irn. A !.' ' . krw . f t r (1 t- Mr-t mich to th l'w r.tv rr; ir.ff. Martyr Pntt. n-"NM Arn I yn e i. s: fcr" rhr.rrh II T'vvn rail : nvruT'T W" 4 Tw-.d. New York Nv!r. nrj rr:.rf in tivi ictl I'm ( c.uc Y4 wi!l e tit c.Ut .'vt ftr tiljif !i botUe caa -i tl 'JO. 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TbaPhtald fluid fromcoailoatnrontart vitu tb lornal rra, which ar vutt aonaittTa to hat. tVfry hot doucura rnra in nam tna- Mtf, lion, rallarai-rjlacf ua.anJ hral ulceration. 1 ItKCaitl tiia flui-l fit to ita aapanyr, amuthoa all i"old in whirU th "Ktna liaa whan t rr-t.ac.l Itrincsall dtM-harirM har- entrv fhjt V'a.inA. fLiiit ftirantl hora.l in thain to th kitrfaca. TLa tlui 1, after clniQ th part. paaaa outuroiita thaecap tuna into tha waMe mail. iICAt:ftK a tivrk Lrwatina lad pan rr rul- hr haet l nar caxiai, tha pamon or haltin nr aulrnl, iind tho I ad 7 tja not hara toiiaa from hr bfxi. It ha many othr a lranti aiplalnrd in our diwpnp ti circular. 1 ha 8llx.K in mada of iolihad hard rahtxir. In four piiv , rapablaof hin( lanai in crcrr art, aad will lat a Ufa-time. Jvary ladr rhould hro (inn. I f F" " r't a4 Ua lng M'4cl Journal of tmtrt c-iUtd Kr'4. 8Trina No. 8, with twenart fountain baa. npirla, aii'l r Jf tul.lna. 4.0l. Will aand b mail. 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Oliver Optic Blue and Gray" series - 1 M "Jack tho Hunchback," by James Otis.. 1 0) "Tom Hifton.or Wetern Boys ;n Grant and Sherman's Army." by Warreu Leo Goss - 1 U) "Dulce's Promise." Chrlstmaa in Ens lund, by Moreuco and Edith Scan ne:i TO "Joan Noel." Cbrlstman In Frauce, by Florence and Edith canneil. 5i "Llscben and the alry." Chnstman In Germany, by Florence and Edith Scannell frj "The Little Musicians." Chritirsa:i In Italy, by Florence and Edith t-caa- nell - 5: The above four books are similar In blndlut; to "Bird's Christmas Carol," by Kate Douglas Wiggln. COAL. TRY OUR SIZE! HO. Z CHESTHUT COAL At 0.25 ton. BURNS JUST AS WELL BUY A TON AND SEE- A. B. KNOWLSON, 25 PEARL ST HE EX. Till! IS 'Coal Weath and we want von to place your orders lor Coal oR Wood W ITH T. GA11N la Y. OfT.ce and Yards at Intersection of East Street and D., L. & N. Ry Tolepi.tn your ordr N us x in x Wc do rot handle "Old Lee" cr s:m:lar grades of Coal. We guaranNe our Coal to ccnta n no tli.iKer LEPPINK ox CO., COAL, WOOD, AND GAS HOUSE COKE. OKDF.K cranton Coal K. A. HAMILTON. t ! Tin; rr-T i rrirrfv .vn imk I :-"Pv; s tiil O'ER." i t'ra Vv'mI "tf l!nV. ISEHD1N YDURORDERS FOR COAL. A.HIMKS.' ' ' r f a S - - ta M y u 7i UJ a k jp Li Notice our WINDOW DISPLAYS, thoy will euli"liton vou as to your wants in our respective lines. FASHIONABLE Hats, Mens Furnishings! GORK SOUS! Just received a lare assortment of Men's Pine Cork Solid Shoes, lace or congress, plain or tipped. Now is the time you should be lookiinrfor fall and winter Shoes, and nothing quite nils the bill like Cork Solid Shoes. However, if you don't like cork soles don't think I have nothing else. On the contrary, I have the most complete and elegant line of Men's Shoes in the city. The invitation is yours to call and examine. Vou are sure to find "just what you have been looking lor." W. L PETTIBONE, 30 Monroe The Rel'ab'e Sellers of Lad es Mart's and Children's fne S' ors. WHO WANTS ONE? SMASHING LIXI: OT Just received by the leading house in Carpets and Draperies. BOSS & NORTON, 27 SOUTH DIVISION STKKKT. LEA ill EE KPKAT HI) calls for thcc goods has induced us to add this line to our Fall stock. It will interest you to examine. All new. lYcsh goods and the prices right. J.C.1IERRMR JEWELRY CO., .7 3Ionroi Strol. Trusses and Shoulder Braces! 1 IV I -r'!.-- A!,vf,,rii,r :,., ;,,r..?r.t e!f iH sa r j t t I ill t t. ?'!' it g : 1 I tje ri:' ' t i al ' d - a - joiilurr lirarrs - ' ' , pa at .r 4i. VALLEY CITY PHARMACY. 75 Canal Street SPROUL.& M y LIUUN5 Dlnminrr MOQITI HOT A IK I't'KNACFA iXUMILS CHATLS AMHiLlKUSSV) ill FT', ,!!:; !" T 4 " - - - - li-l .tet I'uitor. bt, (li-l'.h.nc 147) (.ir-! F'!J' -ict ............... W v : UP OR ii U DOWN MONROE STREET fi J GOODS! Sil vor Cirnrr on -;u'h lok, Monognim! for the I.ariir' Wliitr C.nrl H'kf urw hn po, Cfml)i nnti mlW AU c nor in lat)irr r tt-out r1 rtH' -ter "-.- Mr It s a B:a' i'f s 'np'.iciif. 1 -M .'" . n r,s taL A tot iar, tra- w r Sc. r a K GURRIN. J0 t 7 wnl .1 vs.;- FT". ! . . . ;,-.- ' i . ' a - - ii .nt ii it Hot Water rieaim