The Columbian. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1866-1910, November 01, 1867, Image 1

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VOL. I.-N0.44.
BLOOMSBURG, PA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1867.
PRICE FIVK OKNTS.
I
glooimiburt) usinss $ir(rforjj
STOVES AND TINWARE.
IACOH MirrZ, denier hi Atovcn A tlnwnre. Mnin
ft at., nboe ctiuri nouie. vlm.t
iM !u'J.,1'iuri MmP HwBUluiTt
i, block. Main hL, wet of Market, vl'rui
CLOTIIINQ, &o.
Dl.llWLNiiniHI, lilfnlialil titllor. .Uain.l., 2,1
. door above American house, vlmi
1 W. ( II
W. nli:Mlll:HM.N uholosnlcnndretnlldnnt
l . cr III clothlUKiltc
iiiirimnn h nilllilinu. Alain
sireei,
Vl-lltl
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, &e.
1 N MOYi:n( itritKtflntnna niolhecnry, I.x
J j chance block M:tl n t. vlmi
P 1. UTZ, dmctrist nml mwithccnry, Kunrrt
U, block, Mnln t., went of Market, vluH
CLOCKS, WATCIIEs7&or
I) (JATIICA11T, wntcll lllld rlcirX lmuVcr, MnrArt
Ii St., bclowMnln. vl-nll
ol'IS lmllNHAKl), watch nml dwll maker!
I J iii-nr SDnlhenst.eorner Mtilhuiid Iron sis, vl-nll
CI I!. HA VAfll!, denier In clocks, wntchea nnd
. Jewelry, Main H., nearly nppslto Anicrlcnn
house, vl-nu
BOOTS AND SHOES.
1 M. IIIIOWN, hoot nml MhoemakrT.Mntn utrrct
V. "PifHtto American house, Mill
VMHXIUtllH.mnnuructurcr nnd denier In boots
and KhoeK.Mnlnnt., nppoMte Kplscopnt church
vl-nll
IIIINUY ICI. KIM, manufacturer and dealer In
II IiontH and nhocs, KrcK-erU-s etc., Knst Jllonnn
burtf Mnln Kt. vln(.1
OAVIli HirrZ, liootnnd nhoemuker, Main nt.,
below llnrtnmn'n More, vent of Mnrket street,
vl-nlt
PROFESSIONAL.
III. M'KIXVY. M. 1. BiirBcuii and phynlclan
houlhtdde Main at., below Market. Jnll
H. KVAN'H, Jf. H. aurfrenn and physician nouth
(I side Main KtM below Market. l-nlt
Jr. HUTTr.lt, M. It. surgeon nnd 1'hynlelan.
Market id., nbovo Muln. vl-MS
nit. II. C. IIOWKU, iircon dentist, Main nt..
above court house. vlulJ
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
Mls LIZZIi: IIAKKM'.Y, milliner, Itamsey
biillnliiK, Main si. vl-nll
MIfS A. 11. WKilll, fancy eishIs. notions, books,
stationery, north side Main street below Mar-
11 PirnMlM AN, nillleiiery nnd fancy coods op.
j. poslto Kplvnpnl chnrcli, Mnln st. vl-nll
M7tH.JIII.IA A. .V. HADi: IIAKKLHY, ladles
fancy dress Koods, southeast corner Mnln nml
west sis. vl-nll
Mils. M, II. I'UUM.YN, milliner. Slain (
Hal (man's store, west of Market Nt.
Ills. M, II. I'UUM.YN, milliner. Slain St., below
Vl-ll 10
flllll-: Ml"sl HAHMAN, mlllcncr ami fancy
1 ixouilK, Main htrcct Just below Anicrlcnn linup.
vl-nll
MInH M. rir.llltICKSON',oppollu Court Home
MnluWreel. vl-nll
HOTELS AND SALOONS.
urlDMYKll A JACOMY, eonfertlpnry, hukery,
M und i Mer Kiiloon, wholuMiile and retail, Kx
WmnKu htoek, Main ht. vl-nll
"POX A WKIIH. eonferllont'ry, bakery, and oyn
r IfTHaliMHi, whn!(s.lo and retail, Malnitt., JuM
nxciiANfir. JIOTKI., hy J. r.
J j kI,, fipponlto enitrt lumso.
" Mi:itiCAN iiorni:. hy John
i tM wrKt of linn fctreet.
Cahlow, Main
vl-nll
lj:.nCK, Main
vMin
IvmiCH HOTi:i, by fl. W. M vroKit.enHt end or
P Main Nt. UnH
l MTOHNi:n. refreshment aloon, Mam ht. .Just
)t ilImivh roil it house. vl-lH
I 1'. CAS1,(IV, refreKhment Kiiloon, Kxehaime
t) hotil, Uiwsun falni'in.tuiM'rlnttMident 1-nll
WW. OIM,M()Itl', lenehhtnetil salonn, Shlve'n
hlot-k Miuth Kldo Muln ht. vl-n 1 1
MERCHANTS, GROCERS, &c.
RII, MII.m:H, dealer In dry Roods, urooerlrH,
quf eiituari1, Hour, salt, Mioen, notions, ete.
l.xcnatiKe oioeit, .miuii hiu-i-i,
M'K l-:iAY NT. A I A Co., dealer in dryRotK
Broeerlen, Hour, leed, salt, llhh. Iron, nail,
etc., northeast rorner Midnand Market ht, vl-nll
A.T, HI.OAN.deaterln eholeoilry KOfds, Ilouse-
keepitiKKOiMlH, flesh Kroeerith, ete., ete. Mnln
ht., opposite eourt house.
JK. r.YIilt, groceries and Kt'inrul nieiehandiio
Muln si., ubovo Veht. vMill
II I
I rOV Kit, hats and caps, lmotn and tthoeH,
li Main ht,, above court houbo,
V I 1 1 1
IT. KHAIU'I.KHM, dry Koilr. qriK'rrlcH, ixwilH.
U hhoen.cte., Hupvit hlwlt, Main t., west of
Market,
CI U. MAHH.dry Koinlsand notlonn, nouthwest
l, eorner Main and lion td. vl-nl-1
I J. IIHOWMH. ilry Roods, firocerle, etf north
l , went corner Main und Iron sta. vl nil
R
A. HAHTMAN, dry Roodx, notlouM, and
RroeerlON,, JIain bt.,oppo8it Kpiheopalchurrh.
H1I. HlTNHIIKllOKH, (nurnt,) Rroi'erlcH, tobac
, co, nnd confectionary, Mnln Ht., below Anier
lcnuliou'.c, l-nl3
DA. 11KCKI.UY, KeyhtoucHhoCKlori', ImioAs nml
, Htnlloncry, i.oullieht corner .Market nml
MnliiHt. vl-nll
lUll.MAM KIIAKSMUH, confectioneries, Mnln
U ht.,Jui.taboocourt house. vl-nl.l
n Mi:.S'l)r.NAAI.I.,tneml tock of merclmn
Ij, ilMmnd lumber, coiner of Mnln uticetaml
llrrwlck roud. U-llH
J.I. Itolllll.NK, dealer In dry boo.1 itrce rle etc.
Sblve'n block, Mnln hi., below Iron Vl-nll
IK. IIIUTOM, (inieerleK .V rrovUlous, houtb
east corner Mnln nml Iron HtleetH. vl-ntl
MISCELLANEOUS.
ir".I, IUIUJIMaN, wuldlo nnd linrnehH maker,
V , near houtliweHV corner Muln nud Market kt.
( W, HNYIi:it, linrdware, cutlery, tuns, etc,
f, etc..
vl.nl!
, Muln (.t., below Iron.
1 WlTMAN,
1.
corner Muln nnd Market uti. vl-nu
GV. roitl'.t.L, furnltuio roonm, tbreo tnry
, brick mo Mnln kt went of Market kt. vl-nl l
11 J.THOHNTON", wall paper, window khadcH.
'j.'nnd lUtuieii, Itupert block, Main kt. vl-nll
111 II. MASTHHH, ucent for Orover & linker'"
1 . hcmIhk mnclilnc, Mnln ht., Mnttinnn' bulb
Iiik, up MulrM. 1-nlJ
HIlDSllXhTOt'lv, pliotourupber, KxclmilKe
, blwk, Malnkt., oppoklto.court lioiikc, vl-nll
I I', IlltOAllT, ptiotouraphcr, Hartinnn'M build
) Ina noi I henkt corner Muln und Murket kt, l-ulJ
- TrtlllVM llrmnr iteillpl kecnlltl lllMlT flOlll
), norlliwcHi corner Mnlnund lion hti. vl-ulJ
T V, UAKTON,tobncconlil,nnd deulcrlu kt(to
1, null, .MnlUfct.,opHilt court Iioukc, M-HI3
nr im 1 1 'i ii t. Vntiirv Public, nortben'.t tnrner
W Main und .Markil kt, vl-nU
1111IN A.ri'.NhTllN. inuluul nml enkh rates fire
l l!ikurun('cnniiuny,mirllieukteornrriMulnnnd
il'ittrill- II VKKPltr iiiiiiiiif.ii'liirci' nnd renalr
I er of iluekblnu nmcblutk, i'lieniberlln' ulley,
mat- hliarplcss iiamdry,
lull
I bei Itii'n ivyt bacJt of Anu i lean house, Mi 11
kJ 1MT1IV .1 I b. Ill to 1U f tuMl.U' Oil. I'll.
S'
OMKTIIIXa JfKW.
Tim iiii.lnr.liiiiiiil bei-M leave to Inform her
friends und the publlo KCUelully, Hint she Ims
opi lieu, in
1.III1IT STIIIIF.T
u fresh ktoik
of i;oods In the line of
MU.MNKHY llllll TltIM.Ml.NfiS
In connection with Hu bs Mnklnm and l pro
purrd 111 uddltloll, tu
(OI.OIl BTI1AW MATS
fin the khortckt nntleo,nnd In tho best stylo of
I be ui t, rrlt cs i hiup nml woru kutuiuctory,
MllH, K. Kl.lNi:,
I.lhl Hlri'it, Oclober 4, 1WI7,
"I7VKHY Customer mny liu f.uro of u
E. tiooil 1 11 lir till kMIe nt t .1 KM HKIll.l r. H I lOlll1
HOTELS AND SALOONS.
JjONO POND II (rTlTli.
1 ItK tindemluncit bitvltiir Ii-ii.kiI nnd fa.riirtiltti
cdliiRoo.1 Htyhi tho nbovu uell-knowu House,
A MO NO THIJ MOUNTAINS
In thu bordern of Oolumbln ami Sullivan eouullen,
In one of tbo mmt ln-nlll Hill nml lienlthlnl reulnti
In IhuKlalei 1 fully prepared to aecomnioduto
niiuinuiiu nojuiirucrs
WITH TI1U1H FAMII.IIX.
Tlierond nnd kllcnm aru wellfttockcil wllli
delicious tlkh or many klndn Including
IllOUT A N II 1' 1 It 1!,
and Ixiata In kikmI order will be kept for the ac
commodation und uniUNcnicnl of KucMk. ciiIki
for ilsblim or pleasure cxtumlous upon ibis Iwau.
tltut klicet of unterublcll Is
NKVKUAl, MILLS IN KXTHNT.
tjurrnunded by nn cxIcnsUeKori kl.tlif rolnntl'or
ded to Ibe butitmunn u Bjilcndld Held lor Ills own
pecullur kporbi, and exercise with 111
1) O U AND U V N,
Ills larder will. bo nlwnyn provided with tho
dellenclesof thesr nkim; Olid Ills liar Mucked Willi
I'll ii K l.igL'oiiH. 'ibe HouM! 1 laritiiaml coniino.
"lousl llio Ktublhiitcxlcnklvoaud kiile.
., rbe House Is reiKheil irom sovernl points on
tllO HlOOlll.lllirir .V I ii-lrn Willi nn Itti ll mi.il . mill In
Ukpleiidlil place to pnss the liollnonllis of Hum-
': ji. it. UAluuuai.
Muy 17, 1807-lm.
1?XtllAXUK 1IOTKL,
U 11I.(H)M11UH0, COLUMIIIA COUNTY, 1'A.
ino limlcrklned liavlni; purchuked Ibis nell
knuwii und cenlrully.locMted bouse, tho Lxcbanxc
Hotel, kltuato on MAIN HTllhLT, In llloomsburi!,
immediately oppose Ibe Columblu Coulily Court
House. ri'Hoei-lliil i- iiifuri.n, .U i.iaii.i .....I n.D
jmblic In Kcnernl Hint Ids house Is now In order
for the reccpllon anil entertainment of travellers
who may be dUposcd to fuvor It with their cus
tom, lie has kpured no expense 111 prcpnrlim the
hxchaiiBe for the cnterUiliinient or Ids nuests,
nellber shall thcro bo anythinK wantlnn (on Ids
part) to minister In ihelr personal comfort. His
house Is spacious, nnd enjoys an excellent busl
ncss location.
OllllllbusHes mil at all times between llm Tt.
cliaiiffo Hotel nnd Iho varlo" srallrond deisits, by
Which travellers Will lu. nlen.itnlK- ninvnvn In
nnd from tho respective stntlnns In duo time, to
meet ino cii.b. juim r , Cvl.uv,
nioomsburg, M'nrch 22, iswi.
c
Ti U M in A
HY
HOUS K,
n i: KNAiui hto n n i; it ,
IIavi.no latelv rmrrhiiM nml flttpd un ihn
uellknovii Hohison Hotel I'roperty, loeated a
fmv itooiw Anovn thk c-ot'itT norttK,
onthonamo hUp of tho street. In tho town of
Hloomsburn;; and having obtained a llcenso for
Hie Maine uh u
It K B T A U 11 ANT.
the Proprietor has determined to give to tho peo-
uu visiting ino iow a on uusiucsa or pieasuru,
A LITTLi; SIOHK HOOM.
to put bURRieh-and enrrlnj;ein trioflrj. Ho prom
Iscn that overvtlilniiat)outhliestablishnieiitMhnll
bo conduct oil In an orderly and lauful manner;
and he respectfully solicits n. share of tho public
tHirn.nee. inyii Ui-tm.
gTOVKXS IIO USE,
ai, iX 7, JIKUAHWAV, rs. Y,
Opposite Howling Green,
ON TUG EUKOI'KAN PLAN.
TllK HTt VKN IIoL-hkIh well and widelv known
to tho traveling public. Tho .oration Is ospcclal
ly Hullable to merchants nnd busluchH men ; It lu
In close proximity to the buulncsH part of tho city
In on tho litghuay of Hon them and Western
travel nnd adjacent to all tho principal railroad
nnd steamboat depotn.
i no fieens nousu nas nuerai aceommooauou
for over IlUOiruesth It lit well furnished, and doh-
hesRes eery moderate improvement for tho com
fort and entertainment of Its Inmates. Tho
rooms arc spacious and well ventilated provided
with cas and water the attendance In nrnnint
and reKpeclful and the table Is generously pro-
ided with every delicacy of the season at mod
erate rates. OKO. K. CIIAHK A CO.
mynw-ijm.j proprietory
JpOHK'S 1IOTKL,
ui:uu(ik v, mai;ui;k, proprietor.
'1 he above well-known hotel has rerentlv under.
Kont radical ehautfeH lu IU Internal nrratiRcmctitfl,
und lt proprietor announcea to hi former custom
ami .the travelling public that his accomodations
ior t no com ion m inn mieKiNaruhccouu 10 none in
tho count rv. Ill" table will always be found sup
plied, not only with substantial food, but with nil
tho tiellcaciesof Hie season. II1 wines und 11-
ouorM (uxri-pt that popular bevcrafio kmnwi as
'.Vccnrv"), purchased direct from tho Importing
Iiousch, are entirely pure, and free from all mi
sonous drugs. Ho Is thankful for a liberal patron
nge in the punt, fit id w ill continue Ifi dcserc, it In
thefuiure. OHOHOK W. MAUOKH,
rpilK SWAN IIOTKL,
thk iTrmt iiorsK,
OHAKOrA'HJ.i:, COLUMIIIA CO., PA.
Ths subscrltier respectfully Informs his friends
and the public, that lie has taken the above well
known 1 louse
Known iiouse oi l.nienainmeni, auu win oe
lileaseil to receive the custom of all who will
uvor him with a call.
nr. will ki:i:p a noon tahli:,
a liar well stocked with Hie best o( Liquors, and
every elti.rt will be made to rentier enilro satin-
iiraugevnie, iu., .narcu i. 1MJ7-HU.
JXCIlANfil-: SALOON,
i he I'lopnetor or ino j;.cimiine haioon nas now
on hand a largo fdock of
HUMMKIt Itr.FllKHUMLNTH,
conhlstlng of
HIMtTl) 08TEIiS, HA It DIN US, TltU'K, JlOi.OGNAH
IO KP TONCit'E, JIOILEI) KCIOS, MVE1TEK ClIKnSK,
IjAOKU KKU, AliE, AC.
- comi: O.VK, comi; all and hul
LAWH0N (.'ALMAS.
Hnperlntctutent.
IlIoonihburR, May 3, lst7.
rpiIK KSPY HOTEL,
v-OLUJuiiA tuu.i i, i n.
Tiik subscriber rrnnectfiillvlnforniuhls friends
anil the public, that lie has taken Iho obovo well
known House of Kntertalnmcnt, and will bo
nicftsea io receive tne custom oi nil wno win
favor him with a call.
HI! WILL KKKP A 0001) TAHLi:,
a liar well stocked with tho best of LlnuorH, and
every etl'ort will be made to render entire satl.
faction. WM. HKMLKY.
;spy, l'a., Aprn n,
gHIOK HOTEL,
OHAOKVlLLi;, UUI.UMUIA J'A,
IHHAKL MUMMA, PHOIMtir.TOH,
HiLvltii tnken iiosscsslon of this well-known
house, so Ioiir krnt by Hamuel Kveiett, the Pro
irift nr tins tm t In it rtermaiicnt renair and furnish
ed HAH AND LAUDLHwlth the choicest liquor
and newest delicacies. His stable Is not excelled
In the county; and no pains will bo spared to
ItUVUlllIUlHIUlU gin-Bin, itiitw wi.
SUSQUKHANNA IIOTKL,
Cntnwlska, I'u.
The abovo Hotel luw lately been purchased by
Iir.NUY J. CLAKK, nnd has been thoroughly re.
modelled, repaired, and refurntkhed. It will be
found now. lu Its arrangement and appointments,
a first-class Hotel, and second to none In the
country, l'crkona In cltlea wishing to spend tho
hot months in tho country, win no wen 10 in
the pioprletorncnll.
rpiIK UNION HOTKI.,
Arch Htrcct, between Third and I'ourth Ktreets,
I'hiladelphln.
chuist wr.iinn,
I'roprletois.
Q.IHAUI) IIOUSK,
corner in jsiinu nnu v.iiektiiiit nini",
I'lilladdphla.
H. W. KA.VAOA,
1'roprlolor.
KUL'I IAN 1 n IIOIT.I.,
W NOltlll luoitiit Biur.i.i,
I'lIItiAlllII.IMIIA.
J. A W. (1. M'KlllUIN, I'roprleior.
May 10, 1R07-Iy,
To Hold and Bklooit kreprr. of lllnoin
liiiii; und ColumbU County.-I havo uppoliiied
Mr. ll. Ktohuer tigent for the sale of my ale, porter
bron u fctout, nnd lager beer, who will supply you
at tbo Mime in co (nml with the kume nriicie;, us
would furnish you from trio brewery, huoowing
that he will 1 punclunl and nttenllTe to all who
may fuvor him wllh their trade, I mllelt for him
your support. Very rekpecttuiiy,
I'ltlM) IiAUKlt,
Bleum llrewcry, Heading, I'n,
U.AI1TMAN, ('. II. ml.IitNOKlt. E.K. AllTUAV
IITMAN, DILLINOKH A CO.,
KO.220J.O1ITII T11II1D HTllKKT,
(AVnr'y opimiH Jamil, Kent, fiantrt S Cb.)
Wholesule Iiculerk in
YAItNH. IIATT1N0. WAUIUNU, CAni'lTTH,
UII. t'LOTll", I1IIAIIES, tUX E1,
OltAIN 1IA0H, COHDAOK, 4C. ALSO,
WIMXJW AND WOOIiKN WAUK,
IlllUBUEa, TllUNIU, I.OOKIHa 01.Akl.hB, KT0.
Muy II, l.W-ly.
THE COLUMBIAN,
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II.OOMNlltHO, I'lI.NN'A,
Till: prlnclplrsof this paper aroof the.teilerson
Ian Hchool of polities. Thoio prl iiclples will nc a
horiimpioiiil!,ul,utcourtisk) flint klndrss shnlt
not bo lorgoltculndlsdiFsluKlhem.whi lherilth
lnittlduals,or with contemporarlvsof the Tress
The llklly, Iiapilnrsi,un1 prosperlly of the eollll
try Is our Aim nnd object; and ns Iho menus to
secure that, Me shall labor honestly and earnestly
for tho hunnony, success nnd growth of our organ
ization. TFitMsorHunicmmo.v: Two dollars it yenr
If paid lu udMiiicc. If not paid lu mlMinco two
dollars and fitly cinls Mill be Inwtrlubly chnrged.
Terms or Ahvektisinci; One.miureitin lines
or less) one or time Insertions f l,:!! each subse
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Transient ndverttscmcnts pnynble In advance-
ull others duo nfter tho flrnt Insertion.
tr It Is, In nil ram, more likely to bo satisfac
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llLOOMsnt'lia, PA,
Printed nt r.obUon'k'Ilulldlngs.nenr tho Court
Iiouse, by Ciias. M. VAKDEnsucr,
THANK 11. HNVPER.
BUSINESS CARDS.
OH
P K I N T ING
Neully executed nt this ofllee.
A TTO UN 1, Y-AT-Ii A V,
Ashland, Schuylkill County, Penn'n.
M.
E. JACKSON,
Ilerwlek, CiIumbla (Vmnty, IVnu'a.
M. TltACUII,
A T T I) K N K Y - A T- L A W,
llcrwlck, Columbia County, Penn'n.
"yjI.MAM II. AliliOTT,
A TTO 11 N 11 1 - AT - 1. A W
nr.
C'KNTKAI.IA,
Q V, Mll.IJCIt,
ATTOltNKY AT LAW,
Office with E. II. Little, In brick building nd
lining Post lilllce. iiu llountUB, 11 ick-1'ny nnd
'ensluus collected. lkcpl)'07.
joiin a. nu:i:zi:,
A TTO It N i; Y-.V T-I, A W,
Jlllce In ItciiKter and Hceorder's otllte, In the
haxemont of the Couit lloui-e, riliiniiiBbuig, l'n.
JOIIKUT I CI.AltK,
A i T D I 1. Y - A T - I. A W
Olllco corner of Main und Murket ktleels, over
l'lrst Nntionnl Hank, HliKiniBburg, l'u.
II. , I T T Ij K ,
A IT U U 1 4 Y - A I 'I, A V,
Oniceon Main stieet, In brick building below tho
Court Iiouse, Hloomshuig, Pa.
Q U. 11HOCKWAY,
A TTOH N P. V AT LAW,
IlLOOMMlUltfi, PA.
y-()KKlf e ('ourl House A I lev. below (he Oj-
titmfjittn i MIlcc. .Ian I'b7.
ii. noiusoN,
ATTOItNIlY-AT-LAW,
nt.ooMHiiriio, pfnn'a,
Otllco lu Unancst's Hulldlnz. Main Street. West
of the American House, iny2i'G7.
RUCTION K K U.
Hilv loir follisu-fd tho nrnrphslon of Public Vendue
Crier for many ears, would lufoim his friend h
that he Is still in Hie field, nady nnd ullllng to
attend to alt the duties of his calling. Person
desiring his services should call or wiito to him
at IHoomshurg, Pa. liuar8'(J7.
QU. W. II. IHIADIjKV,
(uaio .vsmmuiu .ucoicai I'liecior u, n. aimji)
PHYSICIAN A S 1 V K OIJOK,
Qi Olllco at the house oppoxlto hhlve's II lock,
iltMimsburg, Pa,
Calls promptly attended tu both night and day.
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II. LONOSTltCTII,
1'ArElt-IIAM'INn WAIIKIIOUBK,
No, IS Noi th Third Htrcct,
I'lillndFlphla,
(Cltoire gortrtj.
ZvTOVSIVXBSR.
Mt'CH have I foen of the failed leaf i
I)iig have t listened to tho walling wind,
And watched It ploughing through tho heavy
clouds t
Tor nntumn charm tny melancholy mind.
When Autumn comes, the poet sings a dirge!
Tho yenr n nut perish tall tho (lowers are dead;
Tho sheaves are gathcrcd,andthc mottled qualj
Hutu lu theslubble,hut tho lark has fledt
hi III, Autumn uMionln tlu ClirMtnas cheer,
The hotly berrlei ntnl lhely treej
They weave aehapb-t for tho Old Year's lielrj
'J'Ik'sp waiting iiiourticrH do not sing for me I
I find wer t rw l dtpthsof A ut mini vsoo1k,
Wlro tiuw the ragged ferns nnd roughent-d
muss;
Hie naiad, silt Lit tret s have t might me Hits
Hie lo,i of beauty Is not alwaynlossl
UiisrcUanfous.
A STRUGGLE FOR LIFE.
ONU luurnlii"; lust April, nn I was pius
Itif throufrh Uo.ston Coiiiiuoii, which
I It s pleasantly between my resilience
and my olllco, I mot n gentleman loung
liiK nlong Tho Mall. I nm generally
prcoecujited when walking, and often
thread my way through crowded streets
without distinctly observing n slnglo
soul. Hut this man's facu forced Itself
upon me, and n .very singular face It
was. His eyes wore faded, nnd his hair,
which ho wore long, was ilecked with
gray. Ills hair and eyes, If I may say
so, wero seventy years old, tho rest of
him not thirty. Tho youthfulness of
his ilgtirc, the elasticity of his gait, and
tho venerable appearance of his head,
wero Incongruities that drew more than
one pair of curious eyes toward him.
Ho was evidently an American, tho
New Kngland cut of eountenaiico is un
mistakable, evidently n man who had
teen something of tho world; but
strangely old and young.
Iiefore reaching tho Park Street gate,
I had taken up tho thread of thought
which he had unconsciously broken;
yet throughout tho day this old young
man, with his unwrinklcd brow and
silvered locks, glided in liko a phantom
between mo and my duties.
Tho next morning I again encounter
ed him on The Mall, llo was resting
lazily on tho green rails, watching two
llttlo sloops in distress, which two rag
ged ship-owners had consigned to tho
mimic perils of tho Pond. Tho vessels
lay becalmed In themiddloof theocean,
displaying a tantalizing lack of sym
pathy with tho frantic helplessness of
tho owners on shore. As tho gentleman
observed their dilemma, a light came
into his faded eyes, then died out, leav
ing tliein drearier thaii before. 1 won
dered if he, too, in his time, had sent
out ships that drifted and drifted and
never camu to port; and If these poor
toys wero to him types of his own los
ses. "I would llko to know that man's
story," I said, half aloud, hailing in ono
of thrive winding paths which branch
oil' from the quietness of tho Pond, and
end in the rush and tumult of Tremont
Street.
Would you'.'" replied it volco at my
side. I turned and faced Mr. II ,
a neighbor of mine, who laughed heart
ily at llndiug nio talking to myself.
Well," he added, rellectlngly, "X can
tell you this man's story; and if you
will match the narrative with anything
lis curious, I shall be glad lo hear it."
You know him then'.'"
Yes and no. I happened lo bo lu
Paris when ho was buried."
"Hurled I"
"Well, strictly speaking, not buried;
but something quite llko it. If you've
a spare half-hour," continue!! my Inter
locutor, "We'll sit on this bench, and I
will tell you all I know of nn affair that
mado somo nolso In Paris a couplo of
years ago. Tho gentleman himself,
standlngyonder, will servo ut n sort of
frontispiece to tho romance, n full pago
Illustration, as it wero."
Tho following pages contain the story
that Mr. II related to me. AVliilo
lio was telling It, n gentlo wind aroso;
thomlnaturo sloops drifted feebly about
the ocean ; tho wretched owners flow
from point to 'point, as tho deceptive
breezes promised to waft tho barks to
either shore; tho early robins trilled
now and then from tho newly fringed
elms; nnd tho old young man leaned
on iho rail in tho sunshine, wearily, lit
tle dreaming that two gossips wero ills
cus.ing his nlfalrs within twenty yards
of llllll.
Thrco people wero sitting Inn cham
ber wlio.so ono large window overlook
ed the l'luco Vendoinc. M. Dorlne,
with his back half turned on tho other
two occupants of tho apartment, was
reading tho Monileur, pausing from
tinio to time to wipo Ills glasses, and
taking scrupulous: pains not to glnnco
towards tho louugo at his right, on
which wero seated Mademoisullo Dorlne
and a young American gentleman,
wlid'O handsomo faco rather frankly
told his position in the family. There
was not n happier man In Paris that af
ternoon than Philip Wentworth. I.lfo
had bei'omo so delicious to him that ho
shrunk from looking beyond to-day
What could tho future add to his full
heart? what might it not take away?
In certain natures tho deepest joy has
alwavs something of melancholy in it,
a presentiment, n lleetlng sadness, it
feeling without a name. Wentworth
was conscious of this stihtllo shadow,
that night, when he rose from tho
lounge, nnd thoughtfully held Julio's
hand to his lip for a moment before
parting. A careless observer would not
inivo thought him, us ho win, the hit)
plesl man In Purls.
M, Dorluo laid down his paper and
rami! forward. "II thu house," ho said,
"Is such as M. Martin describes It, I ad
vlso you to closo with him at oncw. I
would accompany you, Philip, hut
Iho truth Is, I am too sad at losing this
llttlo bird to assist you in Meeting a
cago for her. Hcmember, tho last train
for town leaves at live, llo mro not to
miss It ; for wo havo seats for M. Bar
doll's new comedy to-morrow night.
Hv to-morrow night," ho added laugh
lugly, "llttlo Julie hero will bo nn old
ladw 't Is ntfh an ago from now until
then."
Tho next morning tho train boro Phil
ip to ono of tho loveliest spots within
thirty miles of Paris. An hour's walk
through green lanes brought him to M
Mnrtln'o estate. In a kind of dream tho
young man wandered from room to
room, Insnected tho conservatory, tho
stables, tho lawns, tho strip of wood
land through which n merry brook sang
to Itself continually; and, after dining
with M. Martin, completed tho pur
chase, and turned Ids steps towards tho
station, Justin timo to catch tho express
train.
As Paris stretched out before him,
with its million lights twinkling In the
early diisk,iitid Its sharpspires hero and
thcro pricking tho sky, it seemed to
Philip as If years had elapsed since ho
left thoclty. OnrcachlngPnrlshodrovo
to his hotel, where ho found sovcral let
ters lying on tho iable. llo did not
trouble himself oven to glnnco at their
Miperscrlp lions as ho threw aside his
travelling siirtout for n more approprl-
ato dress.
lf,In hlslmpatlenco to seo Mndemoi-
scllo Dorlne, tho cars had appeared to
walk, tho tlacro which he had secured til
tho station nppeared to creep. At lost
it turned Into tho Placo Vendomo, and
drew up before M. Dorlno's residence.
Tho door opened as Philip's foot touched
tho llrst step. Tho servant silently took
his cloak and hat, with it special defer
ence, Philip thought; but wns ho not
now one of tho family V
"M. Dorlne," said tlio servant slowly.
"is unable to see Monsieur ut prc-scnt.
Ho wishes Monsieur to be shown up to
tho talon,"
"Is Mademoiselle"
"Yes Monsieur"
"AlonoV"
"Alone, Monsieur," repeated tho
man, looking curiously ut Philip, who
could scarcely repress an exclamation
of pleasure.
It was tho first time that such a prlv-
elcgo had been nccorded him. His In
terviews with Julio had always taken
placo In tho presonco of M. Dorlne, or
some momber of the household. A
well-bred Parisian girl has but a formal
acquaintance with her lover.
Philip did not linger on the stalrcaso;
his heart sang tu his bosom as ho Hew
up the steps, two at a timo. Ah ! this
wino of air which ono drinks at twenty
and seldom after 1 Ho hastened through
tho softly lighted hall, in which ho de
tected tho faint scent of her favorite
flowers, and stealthily opened tho door
of tllOSHfOII.
Tho room was darkened. Underneath
tho chandelier stood a slim black casket
on trestles. A lighted candle, a cruci
fix, and Siome white flowers were on a
table near by. Julio Dorlno was dead.
When M. Dorino heard tho Indescrib
able cry that rang through tho silent
house, he hurried from tho library, at.d
found Philip staudlngllke a gho-t in the
mlddiooftlio chamber.
It wsw not until long afterwards that
Wentworth learned tho details of tho
calamity that had befallen him. On
tho previous night Mademoiselle Dj
rlne had retired to her room In seeming
ly perfect health. Sho dismissed her
maid with n request to bo awakened
early tho noxt morning. At tho ap
pointed hour tho girl entered tho cham
ber. Mademoiselle D.irlno was sitting
in an arm-chair, apparently asleep. Tho
candle had burnt down to the socket ;
n book lay half open on tho carpet at
her feet. The girl started when sho saw
that tho bed had not been occupied, mid
that her mistress still wore an evening
dress. Sho rushodto Mademoiselle Do
rlno's side. It was not slumber. It was
death.
Two messages were at onco despatched
to Philip, ono to tho station at G ,
tho other to his hotel. Tho first missed
him on tho road, the second ho had neg
lected to open. On Ids arrival at M. Do
rlno's house, the servant, under tho sup
position that Wentworth had been ad
vised of Mademolsello Dorlno's death,
broke tho Intelligence with awkward
cruelty, by showing lilin directly to tho
salon.
Mademolsello Dorlno's wealth, hor
beauty, tho suddenoss of her death, nnd
tho romanco that had In some way at
tached itself to her lovo for tho young
iVmeriean, drew crowds to wltnoss tho
funeral ceremonios which took placo in
the church in tho Hue d'Aguessscau.
Tho body was to bo laid in M. Doriuo's
tomb, in tho cemetery of Montmartro.
This tomb requires a few words of de
scription, first there was u grating of
flligraned Iron ; throiighthlsyoti looked
into a small vcstlbulcor hall, at the end
of which was a masslvo door of oak
opening upon n short flight of stono
steps descending into tho tomb, Tho
vault was fifteen or twenty feet square,
ngenloiisly ventilated from tiio ceiling,
but unllghted. It contained two sarco
phagi: the llrst held the remains of
Madanio Dorlne, long slucu dead; tho
other was new, und on ono side tho let
ters J. D., In monogram, Interwoven
with fleurs-de-lis.
Tho funeral train stopped at tho gato
of the small garden that enclosed the
placo of burial, only tho immediate rel
atives following tho bearers Into tho
tomb. A slender wax caudle, such ns
Is Used liiCatholicchurclie.s, burnt at tho
tho foot of tho uncovered sarcopahagus,
casting n dim glow over tho centre of
the apartment, nnd deepening thushad
ows which si'i'iued to huddle together
in the corners. Hy this flickering light
tho collln wns placed In Itsgraulteshell,
thu heavy slab laid over It reverently,
and the oaken door rovolvedou Its rusty
hinges, shutting out thu uuceitalu ray
of sunshine that had ventured to peep
lu on thu darkness.
M. Dorlne.mutlled In hlscloak, threw
himself on tho back seat of tho carriage
too abstracted in Ids grief to observo
tlmt ho was tho only occupant of tho ve
hicle. There was a sound of wheels
grating on thu graveled avenue, and
then all was slleuco again lu tho ccmo
tery of Montmnrtre. At tho main en
traiifo tho carriages parted compuny,
dashing oirinto various streets nt it paco
that seemed to express i seuso of relief.
Tho bain plays u dead march going to
tho grave, but 7'Vu IHavolo coming from
It.
It Is not with tho retreating carriages
that our Interest lies. Noryot wholly
with tho dead In her mysterious dream ;
but with Philip Wentworth.
Tho rnttlo of wheels had died out of
tho air when Philip opened his eyes, be
wildered, like n man abruptly roused
from slumber. Ho raised himself on
ono arm and stared Into thosurroiinding
blackness. Where wns ho? In n sec
oud tho truth flashed upon htm. Ho
had been left In tho tomb! While kneel
lug on tho farther side of tho stone box,
perhaps ho had fainted, nnd In the Inst
solemn rites his nbsenco had been unno
ticed. Ills first emotion was ono uf natural
terror. Hut this passed as quickly as it
came. I.ifo had ceased lo bo so very
precious to him ; ntul If It were his fato
tcdlont Julie's side, was not Hint tho
fulfilment of thu deslro which ho had
expressed to himself n hundred times
that morning? What did It matter, a
few years sooner or later? Ho must
luy down tho burden at last. Why not
then? A pang of solf-rcpronch followed
thu thought. Could ho so lightly throw
ftsldo tho lovo that had bent over his
cradle. Tho sacred namo of mother
roso involuntarily to his lips. Was it
not cowardly to yield up without a
struggle tho lifo which ho should guard
for her sake? Wns It not his duty to
tho living and tho dead to faco tho dif
ficulties of his position, and overcome
them If it wero within his power?
ith an organization ns dclicato ns n
woman's ho had tho spirit which, how
ever sluggish in repose, can leap with n
kind of exultation to measure its
strength with disaster. Tho vaguo fear
of tho supernatural, that would affect
most men In a similar situation, found
no room within his heart. Ho was sim
ply shut In a chamber from which it
was necessary that ho should obtain re-
leaso within n given period. That this
chamber contained tho body of the wo
man ho loved, so far from adding to th
terror of Ids case, was a circumstance
from which ho drew consolation. She
was n beautiful white statuo now. Her
soul was far henco ; and If that pure
spirit could return, would It not bo to
shield him with her love? It was Im
possible that tho placo should not en
gender some thought of tho kind. Ho
did not put tho thought entirely from
him as ho roo to his feet nnd stretched
out his hnnds in the darkness ; but his
mind was too healthy nnd practical to
Indulge long in such speculations.
Philip chanced to havo In his pocket
n box of wax-tapers which smokers use.
Alter several ineffectual nttempts, ho
succeeded in igniting one ngalnst tho
dark wall, and by Its momentary glare
percleved that the candle had been left
lu tho tomb. This would serve him in
examining the fastenings of tho vault.
If he could force tho Inner door by any
means, und reach the grating, of which
ho liad an Indistinct recollection, ho
might hope to make himself heard.
Hut tho oaken door was Immovable, as
Holltl as the wall itself, into which it fit
ted air-tight. Kvcji if ho had had tho
requisite tools, there wero no fastenings
to bo removed ; tho hinges were set on
the outside.
having ascertained tills, Iiu replaced
tho eandlo on tho floor, nnd lenned
against tho wall thoughtfully, watching
tho bluo fan of flume that wavered to
and fro, threatening to detach itself
from tho wick. "At all events," ho
thought, "tho placo Is ventilated." Sud
denly Philip sprang forward undextiu
gulshed tho light. His exlstenco de
pendent on that cnndlo !
Ho hail read somewhere, lu some ac'
count of shipwreck, how tho survivors
had lived for days upon n few caudles
which ono of tiio passengers had Insane
ly thrown Into tho long-boat. And hero
ho had been burning nwny his very
life.
Hy tho transient illumination of ono
of tho tapers, ho looked nt his watch.
It had stopped at cloven, but ntelovon
that day, or tho preceding night ? Tho
funeral, ho knew, had left tho church nt
ten. How many hours had passod slnco
then ? Of what duration had been his
swoon? Alas! it wns no longer possi
bio for him to measure thoso hours
which crawl llko snallsby the wretched,
and fly llko swnllows over tho happy.
llo picked up tho candle, nnd seated
himself on tho stono steps. Ho wns
snnguino man, this Wentworth, but, ns
ho weighed tho chances of escape, tho
prospect did not seem encouraging. Of
course ho would bo missed. His dlsap
peitrimco undcrtho circumstances would
surely alarm his friends; they would
Instigate n search for him; but who
would think of searching for n 11 vo man
In tho .cemetery of Montmartro? The
Prefect of Police would set a hundred
Intelligences nt work to find him ; tho
Seine might bo dragged, la intierablet
turned over nt tho dead-house : it min
ute description of him would bo in ev
ery detective's pocket ; nnd lie In M.
Dorlno's family tomb !
ct, on tho other hand It was hero ho
was last seen ; from this point n keen
detective would naturally work up tho
ease. Then might not tho undertaker
return for tho candlestick, probably not
left by design? Or, again, might not
M. Dorlno send fresh wreaths of flow
ers, to take tho place of thoso which
now dllfused it pungent, aromatic odor
throughout tho chamber? Ah! what
unlikely chances I Hut If ono of these
things did not happen speedily, It hud
better never happen. How long could
ho keep life in himself?
With unnccelcrated pulso, ho quietly
cut tho half-burned eandlo Into four
equal parts. "To-night," ho meditated,
"I will eat the first of these pieces ; to
morrow, tho second ; to-morrow even
lug, tho third ; thu next day the fourth
nnd then then I'll wait!"
He hud taken no break fust tlmt morn
lug, unless a cup of coffee can bo called
n breakfast. Ho had never been very
hungry before. Ho was ravenously
hungry now. Hut ho postponed tho
meal as long as practicable. It must
havo been near midnight, according to
his calculation, when he determined to
try tho first of his four singular repasts,
Tho bit of whito-wax was tasteless; but
It served its purposo.
His appctlto for tho time appeased,
ho found a new discomfort. Tho hu
midity of the wall, and the wind that
crept through tho unseen ventilator,
chilled him to tho bone. To keep walk
ing was his only resource. A sort of
drowsiness, too, occasionally came over
him. It took all his will to fight It ofT.
To sleep, ho felt was to dlo ; nnd ho had
made up his mind to live.
Very strango fancies flitted through
his head as he groped up nnd down tho
stono floor of the dungeon, filling ids
way along the wall to avoid the sepul
ehres. Voices that hnd long been silent
spoko words that had long been forgot
ten; faces ho had known In childhood
grew palpable ngalnst the dark. His
whole lifo in detail was unrolled before
him liken panorama; the changes of
n year, wl Hi its burden of love nnd death,
its sweets and Its bitternesses, wero epit
omized in a single second. Tho deslro
to sleep had left lilm. Hut tho keen
hunger caino again.
It must be near morning now, ho
mused ; perhaps the sun Is Just gliding
tho domes nnd pinnacles of tho city ; or,
may be, a dull drizzling rain is beating
on Paris, sobbing on theso mounds
above me. Purist it seems Ilkondrenm.
Did I ever walk In Its gay streets In tho
golden air? O tiio delight and pain and
passion of tlmt sweet human lifo I
Philip beenmo conscious that tho
gloom, tho silence, nnd thu cold wero
gradually conquering him. The fever
ish activity of his brain brought on n
reaction. He grew lethargic, ho sunk
down on tho steps, nnd thought of noth
ing. Ills hand fell by chanco on ono of
tho pieces of candles ; ho grasped It nnd
de'ourcd It mechanically. This re
vived iiim. "Howstrunge," bethought,
"that I am not thirsty. Is It possiblo
that the dampness of tho walls, which
I must Inhalo with ovcry breath, lias
supplied tho need of water? Not ndrop
has passed my Hps for two days, nnd
still I experience no thirst. That drow
siness, tlinnk heaven, has gone. I think
I was never wideawake until this hour.
It would be annnodyno llko poison that
could weigli down my eyelids. No
doubt tho dread of sleep 1ms something
to do with this."
Tho minutes were llko hours. Now
ho walked as briskly as lie dared up
and down tho tomb ; now he rested
against tho door. More than once ho
was tempted to throw himself upon
tho stone collln that held J'llle, and '
fnflU'l. nn flll-lline clrniwlis fin- lila IITi.
" , ;
Only ono piece of candle remained.
Ho had oaten tho third portion, not to ,.
!ltlfV littmriti- Ikii. fi-iiiti i unuiniil nn,i. '
satl-fy hunger, but from a precantloua
ry motive. llo hnd taken It ns n man
tukes some disagreeable drug upon the
result of which hangs safety. The time
was rapidly approaching when oven
this poor substitute for nourishment
would bo cxhnu-tod. Ho delayed that
moment. Ho gave himself a long fust
this time. Tho half-Inch of candle
which lie held in Ids hand wns a sacred
thing to him. It was his lnt defence
ngalnst death.
At length, with such a sinking at
heart as he had not Known before, ho
raised It to Ids lips. Then ho paused,'
then ho hurled thu fragment across tho
tomb, then the oaken door was flung
open, and Philip, with dazzled eyes
saw M. Dorlno's form sharply defined
against the Iiluo sky.
When they led him out, halfbllnded,
into tho broad daylight, M. Dorlno no
ticed that Philip's hair, which a short
timo slnco was as black as a crow's
wing, had actually turned gray lu pla
ces. Tho man's eyes, too, had faded ;
tho darkness had spoiled their lustre.
"Anil how long was ho really con
fined id tho tomb?" 1 asked, as Mr.
II concluded tho story.
" Just one hour ami twenty minutes !"
replied Mr. H , smiling blandly.
As ho spoko, tho llttlo sloops, witli
their sails nil blown out llko white ro
ses, camo floating bravely Into port, nnd
Philip Wentworth lounged by us, wea
rily, In tho pleasant April sunshine.
Mr. H 's narrative made a deep
Impression on me. Here was a man
who had undergono a strango ordeal.
Hero was a man whoso sufferings wero
unique. His wns no threadbare experi
ence. Eighty minutes had seemed llko
two days to him ! If ho had really been
Immured two days in the tomb, thosto
ry, from my point of vlow, would havo
lost Its tragic clement.
After this it was but natural I should
regard Mr. Wentworth with deepened
Interest. As I met him from day to
day, passing through tho Common with
tho samoabstracted air, there was some
thing ln-hls loneliness which touched
me. I wondered that I had not before
read In his pale meditative faco some
such sad history ns Mr. II hnd
confided to me. I formed tho resolu
tion of speaking, to lilm, though with
what purpose was not very clear to my
mind. Ono May morning wo mot nt
tiio Intersection of two paths. Ho cour
teously halted to allow me the prece
dence. "Mr. Wentworth," 1 began, "I "
He Interrupted me,
'My name, sir," ho said, In an un
hand manner, "is Jones."
" Jo-Jo-.Iones!" 1 gasped.
" Not Jo Jones'," ho returned coldlv,
" Frederick."
Mr. Jones, or whatever Ids name Is,
will never know, unless he reads theso
pages, why n mnn accosted him one
morning n. "Mr. Wentworth," oud
then abruptly rushed down the nearest
path, nnd disappeared lu tho crowd.
Tho fact is, I had been duped bv Mr.
H . Mr. II ociuslonallveon-
tributes a story to the magazines. He
liad actually tried the eirect of ono of l Amelia iwu'i wusiavus auoi
his romances on mo ! ' l'lius.H would bo so very dark."
My horn, lis I subsequently learned,
is no hero at nil, but a commonplace
young man who has somu connection
with tho building of tlmt pretty granite
bridge that will shottly span tho crook
ed llttlo lake in tho Public Garden,
When I think of the cool ingenuity
nnd readiness with which Mr. H
built up lilsolry fabric on my credulity,
1 am half Inclined to laugh; though 1
feel not slightly Irritated at having been
the unresisting victim of his lllnck Art.
Qukstion. If a man sells it watch
for fifty dollars, buys it back for forty
dollars, thca sells It for forty-flvo
dollars how much docs ho make by tho
transaction ? It looks as though ho
made fifteen dollars, but ho didn't.
SPEECH OP EX-PRESIDENT
PIERCE.
At Concord, Now Hampshire, Wed
nesdny evening, October, 9th, at the
closo of the serenade, Kx-prcsldent
I'lerco delivered the following brief nd-
dress.
"H hits been so long your part nnd
mino my friends nnd neighbors, to
breast and Hinllo back dcllauco at what
wo havo believed to bo tho torrent or
evil that ono hardly knows how to re
celve notes of triumph. I nmfrco to con
fess, huwovcr, that tho results which
you huvo como to announce arc not n
surprise to me. There havo boon mut
tering, und homo distinct enunciations
which proclaimed them pretty signifi
cantly to my mind. Not tho least of
these was tho encouragement nnd hopo
which camodown to us from our neigh
boring Stato Montaigne Vcrtc a noble
State, represented by high men for
years Judgo Collnmcr, Gov. Foot, in
land Hall nnd others of llko stamp.
Then enmo tho 18,000 fresh voices from
Maine, speaking encouragement and
hopo. Cheers und applause. Then
Mon tana far-off Montana cnino over
tho mountains with her trumpct-tonu,
saying! Rallly to tho rescuo of your
country.
"Wnvo Munich all thy banner, wave.
And charge with all thy chivalry."
l'or wo nro striking hands with you
In tills great battlo for union and Inde
pendence Thencamo California (ap
plause and cheers) booming over capo
nnd ocean to assure us that tho Pacific
has recovered Its feet and Is ready for
the great conflict, and now I learn we
may hope for victory inOhlo,(npplnuse,)
which seemed liko hoping against all
hope. And finally old sturdy Pennsyl
vania, (great cheering,) which holds In
dependence Hall, speaks words of terror
to tho wrong and encouragement to tho
right. I warn you, my friends to noto
tho fact that theso triumphs, whatever
they may be, are no party triumphs.
Tho people hnvo risen in their majesty,
with n consciousness of their power, nnd
disregarding party lines and party as
pirations have been silently considering
what bolougs to them, their children
and their country. I think tho great
battlo has been fought and wou. If
tho ruslllts nro 8snucallt i 0thlug
. .. . ... ...
eiso tucy are in tins tlmt llio white race
r mi..iin nnmmi. Tiniim, i.v.,m.
,rW g., nm, Angi0.saxon liK-oplo
I ...
are still to bo the controlling power
on this continent. It is for you, now, to
remember your duties your fidelity to
principles whatyou owo to your neigh
borswhether they ngrco with you or
not and to tnko care tlmt tho public
weal stiuer no detriment nt your hands.
I thank you for your very kind greet
ing ; and not having strength In my
present state of health to say moro, I
bid you till good-night.
ADVERTISING.
IN-
every brunch of business,
the
benefits of advertising nro immense.
There Is it risk, but it Is small nnd tho
probabilities ure largely in favor of suc
cess when you let it known that you
havo something for sale, thereby going
steadily to work to turn up something,
rather than to sit still, "waiting for
something to turn up."
The benefits of advertising nro known
and realized by some, and wo seo con
stant proofs of it.
Tho same means nro open to nil, but
ho who neglects them, not only robs
himself of n fair advantage, but leaves
the field open and tho game free to his
wiser fellow.
Lifo nbounds in enses of brilliant re
sults to generous policy, and In support
of our recommendation of such ncoursc,
ns wise, wo can ask no higher authority
than tho words of Solomon, who says
" there Is that which scnttereth nnd yet
lncrcaseth; and there Is that which
withholdest imoro than Is meet, but it
tentleth to poverty."
Timo Is money; give your business
publicity, and as much may o ft i tries bo
accomplished In a few days us would
otherwise require weeks and mouths of
timo with lnbor and expense in propor
tion. If a man lias good property for sale,
and timo is any object to lilm, It Is idle
to speak of tho cost of advertising as on
objection ; ns well might ho object to
any other expense attendant upon the
enro of his property, or the prosecution
of his business; for tho small nmount
ordinarily required for Judicious adver
tising Is ns nothing when compared
with tho advantages attendant upon the
quick sale, and fair price, secured by
competition among a number of custo
mers. An advertisement should bo clear, dis
tinct anil to the point, conveying in m
few words as possible, tho description
and prominent advantages of the prop
erty oll'ered, such on advertisement, In
serted once, twice, three, five, ten or
twenty times, costs but little, Is rend,
mid In a majority of cases It pays. fcr.
"Amulia, fur thee yes, nil at thy
command I'd tear this eternal llrmn-
'c"' "do fragments. I'd gather tin-
I tM " hy ono ns they tumblo from
, tlll! regions of othorla! space nnd put
nem m my urcccmu pocKct. ra piucK
" f 'i orloiital goit of day, tlmt
traverses the bluo itrch of heave" in
I majestic spiemior. ru twir mm
I irom mu sk.v nun quencn m- origin ei-
fulgoneos In the fountain " my eternal
love for theol"
Somi: years ago n clergyman a
preaching to a largo audience In n wild
part of Illinois, and announced for his
text; "In my father's houso nro many
innnslons." Ho had hardly read tho
words, when an old coon stood up nnd
said; "1 tell you folks that's a llo! I
knew his father well. He lives fifteen
miles from Old Kentuck, In nn old log
cabin, and there ain't but ono room In
tho house."
An old linly combattcd the Idea of
tho moon being Inhabited, by remark
ing with emphasis, that tho Idea wns
Incredible,
"For," 1 said sho, "what becomes of
tho people lu tho moon when there Ls
nothing left of It but a llttlo itreakV"
mK pikie bhu,