Tl . It mt , . . . ni..iiii. un lursuar last Mr. ileitis Schwartz hitched a pairof young colts, attached to a carriage, near the Powder-mill Powder-mill Powder-mill wharf, and about the first thing he heard afterwards was, "Runaway I runaway!" Looking up. be dis covered that Ms team was Hying two-forty two-forty two-forty around the -corner -corner ol Joe Kobberta lot. Gain ire a couimandiner nosition. he saw the tm safety turn Ihe Kitiridge corner; then ascend the hill near Lynch' residence, pass tbrouch uavis a loweu s lumoer-yard lumoer-yard lumoer-yard and on up the lime kiln road, and finally disappear between the hills near -Nelson -Nelson Taylor s. Supnosinsas the re. suit of the weakness of wood, iron and leather, anu unoriaieo young oioeds. that the team would be a ruin, ho was fain to trace the re sult. However, a friend and team beinz near oy, ne was not long lo taking the track. Arriving Arriving on the hi II near Majors' house, he as certained that his team hd been caught by young Majors. On examination it was found that neither horse were hurt nor carriscro bro ken. Fortunate indeed.