The Columbian. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1866-1910, November 22, 1867, Image 1
I IY 1 M( M' lif if M ubuinnip wn VOL. I.-NO. 17. BLOOMSBUltG, PA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBEll 22, 1867. PRICE FIVE CENTS. 'Dloomsliurg Ui.iinc!..i Sircriorg GT0VE3 AlID TIHWARS. lAl'Oll MITT., ilenter In Mines A tinware, Main I st.,lihtiVt till linllse. v 1 - 1 1 Unper! Mull 1 M. ItlTCUr, slnies Hint tltniare, j. Iil.iek, M.illi-I.. tint t.r.M.irki 1. (Orangri'ille Sil'ctloai. nit. ii. a. Mi:o.it(ir.t 1 -Multi Kt l.lilslflmi ntvl tulic mii, lu-M ilnnr luiLim!'! Until, M-m; tllllt'K HOI IX ami rrfi linn nl ml. ii, hi I' 1) inel Mutiiiiiii, turner nr Main n nil l'lne -i.i In ' TH ?j COLUMBIAN, CL0TIII1IG. l:e. i.ovi:siii:ii(i, iit.'Miiiitiiiitii.ir, Miiiiim., . tltmr nlwive Atiurh'iiti Imiise. llt 1 1 I 'T( in;.IIU:UI,IN', iili..l.'Mil. iih.li'1'lnil.lal. .1, it In ctutlttli.t. lc; llnrtliiuu'H htilMln-c, Mnln Mreel. Mtiil DRUGS, CIISMI0AL3, &c. IN. MoYCIt, ilrniwM ninl iiimllieeiiry, l'x- eliitni!e IjIii.H .Main hi. vl-nll 1'. 1,11, .lntiul-1 mi l ii.ilniiiry , Mink, Mnln .!., wesi iirMnrket. CLOCKS, WATCHES, ('AT'lll'AllT.wnli'li mul clink Mini:, r Hunt tt M-HIl , Ma k. I M-llll 1 I'A li St., Iielnw Main. I eil'IM lll:llNIIAIIH. unleli att.l ilmlt maker, Ji aifiir html Ik iihI ci .rii'-r M.tlnmul Irniists.M-nll LI 1!. HAVAdl:. ilenler hi clinks, mitelies an.l . Jewelry, Main il, nearly nppslie Atnerlinti hnilse. M-illl riWAN lloTI I.. Hi 3 ill r, Mnln l nlnilf I'll" . r htittse li .Inlm hh - l-lll, K. HI.IIA t tli'itli r In ilpy i!i."iN, , lumber and Keneriil Mm IiiiikIIm n i . i ii . Mnln st. l-lll? tl'llnMAS lllTI'll', sii.l.llelihil lliiriu main r I Mailt St.. nli.ii' tlieslwan lintel. vl-1117 t II. "-Ml'llt, iiuhtiCit'Uireriir tin ware unit it , ili aliT In slnvt t li' Main st., rtlmu' llic sunn Until. l-nl7 Aiinlliei my. l-iil oAMi-i:i. i.vi iii.i t, iiuigitit .v OMultlMlri.t. i .t IV e. cm. l:IA V. Met, limit lnlliir uitil A. liiiit'HrmtiMiliauiiixti, Malnht., next .tisir l.i Hie lirl. lt lintel. l-lll" l s. II WIirimi'.t'liK'ki., Willi In n nml (hum .11. reiiain"i. iiiuiniii'i iiuifiim i"i wiif. ..mn. .-I., hchiw 1'llic. M-lilT CI M, IlltOW.V, limit ninl slit'einnki'r.Miilnslret I .', nli'it'slte Aliierteun liiinse, vl-nll V MOM, i:i 11 Ilt.hliinillhel liter an. I ilenler hi limits mul Sllt'lit.Malllbt., titil.nslte Klitsiiiliulfhlirt'll M-hll HUSKY KI.I'.IM, ni.iiiiirielnrer mul ilealer In limits mul Hlines, mitci rles ell, 1.II--I llltiiiln Inirit Main st. l-nll DWIll III'.!, limii ami slitietnaker. Main st., Iielnw llarliii.ih'i. shire, in si nl Mnrkt tstrct I. PROFESSIONAL 1 H. 11. 1'. Klnnev Miri'i'im ilentut.tietln xtr.iel I i nl 'illhniit luili. Main st., neaily iipmlti' Ll'lsi'tipa! I'liureli. M-iil'l I 11. M'liT.livY, M. II. surKiiiii nml pltj -U'lmi ,) smith stile Main St., Iielnw Markel. vl-nll )H P.VANH, M. Jl. snrci'iin anil I'li-slt'lali smith Mi: Main M Iielnw Market. ' l-lll I I'. ItriTr.lt, M. Marlcel St., Illmv l. Miritenn n ml l'hKlel in, ..Main. M-llll DR. II. (.'. HUWr.lt, MirKcnll ilenllvl, Main st.. almvo onurl Uoue. l-nll I A.MIII II. II AUMAN. I'lililln 1 Mulli r, mul I'll ) ilerlaker. Main W., Iielnw l'lne. M-lll" It'llAI'.l.c. K CI.I.IMI, 1 "will limit ry, "ysu rii c. At., till l iner!., neiwein .iiiun nun .utit. 1-11 11 II. 1 ti;. I'lll.rllNr.U, lllliellMtlllllH, till Mill . Mreet. near l'lne, l-nlT V Tmoh nirAbvi urti or !((; nut; or U.rr (. In llAM SCIirYI.Klt. Iron foiin.Wr, JtiutniiM, Two w,lwrP., A ttiul MiitmliHiiiiirnf .1ovh, Mill t. vl-ni. Tlri,L, ' Uinw I IM'.s A. WIM.IAM" A ('u,,Tmiin i-muhI Mn M I II I.I l.l i. Mill 1 II IKI'I 1 1 1 1(1 I III llll I II" uf ItrU Ii, Mill tt.t Wi-nt nr IMio Mil W Milt, nil t 1-1)17 U I. I.l AM IH;I,H.N1. Sim, inn). Uiur P1.1AH HNVtU'.U, l lmir imI 'j D. aU r lit utiiin, Mill hln it. IM I't 11M -111 it 1 m ir.tin Mdi.M.v.. .r Ul.OOMHtltno, PKXXM. TIlKvplnKlplMortl ' , . 1 iff '. flu' ti- lull Hclmolnf politl . 'I I in J ,1 1 1 Tii s w ill 111 t iHM-oiniiriiintsi-d, ( t 1 i-i'i uitil l.hut' s -tut. hot bt lorpoittii In i 'iitf iln in, In il.'T u ah iMillMdl". or Wil'i - 'ii. mpinui t' m't I'm I'm Tin imliy, ImpiitiK --.,iiinI pn'-pfiiij 1 f Hi-' i . mi try 14 our ttlm umt t.iy 1 ; iinl im the im . . lo Riitirotlmt, tvt hti.ill liln rlirmc My nnd 1 urn- tly r.ir thnhnrmony.KUfTi Hs..ivlmwlh-f inn r iun-Imtlon. Ti.it?W oiMii'i 1. 1 J : 1 i 1 h' 11 -. i Mul If puM III tuts ii tit 1 , Ii Mul i ii'l In 11'Ujilt-ii tun ilollius nml fifty m nt - will W iiiMirii.Mj 1.. t. (Mil Villlli 'Itll IllU'-l lis f I, M t M ll iMl-vt" Ml5(l'UlUU0UII. BEOOKLEBANK'S TENT, it. ill. il 1 :i,isi ti .1 itlatlllielHiirl. ntlitr, Mill Mleet. M-nlT tOlIX KI'.I.I.CII, I! mt mil Mn 1 tiiiiln r, I'll"' fj -Ml.'1't, nl'lmslte tile Atlult tll I-III7 I II. Ill.IilllMi A IMKlllll li.i .HI. HI' isnli'l i, llnlliltrs, Main Mrei I, Iielnw I'll" . M-lil. ciAMrill.M. I'llD.STI O tin llrleK unit I I'mir Htilliirei,. Hair entiimn... One rolillnn.. In.i-I . Ii," i l.lnl A,irl ?,i- s.tn iew I V" :di. 1,011 tl.lHI H, (K ln,l.'l I. 'l.ll'l BI,H tor's Ntitli CM. IV. -V-l fti,iln tl.il 11,011 kyu is,ii II.IH1 'JIM'll IM,'! ! 1,1m Tl.lHI I '1,"U 1' " I'll. An- In.tr- S, Vt lerluaiy miil'i iin.nl 1.1 lit 1 nl Main ninl IMie his. Street Sirectnrii. 1 1 i:i :U l.NT, tUtikr I Hour, ftcil, Mill, iMi, U'ukr In ilry coixls, itmi, mills, UllltTlIl'M, ll'.. I.lulit II wmr.MiKi;, 1 1 IkmiIs (Hid Ml . 1 -inttwii. i.nii. u, l mul l imiuuiiKci. "m.iiuil.u'taiti unit il .ih i- In M-nitf I'lililiietiu.ikcr, 1 1 w-i a. 11. wi:im. f inrv irini.1' ill st.illuiHT.v, not tli hide Miiliihtn- MILLINERY AND FANCY Q00DS. Mlsi I.l.Zir. IIAIUCI.I'A, inilllnt r, Uaiiisev Itulltiliu, Main si. vl-nl.l lliitlnlis, linnks, t In litu Mill-M-llll is iM'.l'l'ltMAV iiillleiierv mul r.ini'V ir-m-ls mi- I'i noslte Kiilsiiii'iililillleli, Mainst. l-nll Mll-t. .111,1 A. A SAIir. IIAItKl.l'.Y, Inillis ,.,.:il:s mul ilress lmtterlii. sitllllleast i nrner Main ami si. M-llll ttlts M ll I'ltttMAN. tiilllliier. Mnln ht.. Iielnw Al llallliiuirs hlnie. west nl Miilket st, l-nll nilli: Ml-fi:-f IIAUMAN, inlllenely mul r.inev I ,.i.,..u Mn 111 kIii el. Inst lielnw Alnerli'all lii.llse " " vl-nll 1.1 1'. Ki:l.l.i:Y, lllneU.tiillli,i.l'Iii)ll I TT K. OMAN A C11, WIl.'llwrUllH. Hi ll nil' t'liili-rtaltcr M-ll.'l noit nttii Vl-llU) t do r 1-tilii nu i I.TIVI'. m Mli tiri v 1.I11I In In V kin nl". I W'.SANKIIV. ilffitir in r.iMtlu'i niii p.uii i-T nun M.M. i:NI', il"iliTtii Miivi- i iis iirjim,!ii,. M-lilit IlM-fUtrifH nil 1 A'.lll.M Ittnr'M Sotl.-i- ?-;. il cp -iiUcitWmi- nt tcil niTortlln In iuf'!il cfiitriLit. ttti'-lni'-wtiotlp-'S wi'.liniit ii'lvt-rtlfii tin nl, twenty nil ier Miu. TninIciit ii'tvi'rtNt. nidif puyatite In n-Ivfinn'- ull ottiPtu dm nfipr 1 he tliti Imriiloii. tt& It I, In "ft f-sf 1, iiirm- lllccly to tit wit.r.u-- tory, Imtli in Mit-.trli r. mul 1 1 t-u- t'liiilNlu-m, that rcmtttnnrpinn't .iUc"tiiiininlnitlnnsrcsprct- lim tho litiMtiPfsor tlu paper, in k nt itlrct t to tin iinccorpuMlpntlini. All li ill rs wl-mlir-i n Inllnji ui Hie pilltorlulor ini-.iiifMt (iiticcrntoi tin pi.prr, unl nil piiymcmi Im mHi-- rlptlnn, jhU-.t; .nur. nr nl liinir.arc to l)c in.ntc to ami mMi-"t-(l imocicw'AV a rui:i:.M, "Chtmntnnn Offlor," Bf.ooMSri:ii, I'A. trltitil nl rtolii-'in'- ll'Ht llnvri. muf Hh Court IIiiiim, l.y I'll vi. M V .MM 1I-.I KT. I IMSK ll. hi II. BUSINESS CARDS. Jfl'.'iClJ liOU'll lorii. .J"1! l NIitllAV M UMIN, ilmlcr lu ilr "oii A i'iTlcHmuiii. lumi'i'iM-iiJt-rsi Uimi I AiHIU A. hWHUUIL ili alcr hi Mi l' I I lliiikcU'. Malluii unsii-lupLoiuiiHim 1MIIXT! NO ;. 1 nil 'I M tin. dtp--.' I'lillu l nilliU M UlsS M lll:l!ll!(K'SO IlllltcllfTV Kllil fuio iiihiiIh Miillist..oilosllo Couit llotloc. " HOTELS AND SALOONS. " 1 "li K'.nvst' rninl calinu mi1mi.ii, AiikmI 1 1 run Hotivc, Main M ti'iult'iit iMUMYI.It A lAtoliY clmnni' liluilt, Math M i:.i1itr I.caciH-1-. nn-tlii- l-nl". in 11 ninl uii 1 siilnnii, iiol-alc tniil nt.ill, l' tli.nry, ImIv l-nll iiiiV.t WI'llll. cinir.-clliiiii rv. tiiild rv. nml ov I t.f.iiliH,ti wh.i'i.Hiil.. nml n tall. Main si . tllst lulmv Imii. nxriiANdi: Horn,. iy li ht OppllsltC COIU I llOllM. r.vsMiw. Main l-nl 1 1 MKUICAN llot'si:, ty John I.l mwk. M.iln i Kt., v im or iron fircci. V tivs iionii-, iy ii.w. MAuiui, I1 Main st. i-aM i ml ot l-nl l),atiiit fouil hoiisi il. ir it lilin l; -.inilll stile Mains! I li-tjt im ti.rreslmii.llt Silllllill. l'.Mll.lli: lintel, l.'iwstin 1'itlin iilkiijh ilnleti'leiit l-n 1 1 Mil' M ntl KERCIIANTS, GRCCEr.S, Ac. Ii.IAtOtiN riipfidli rir. 'i st.,nlio(' Cimrt Huus(( v 1-iiM ci II. Mil. I. Kit, itcali'r In ilr kihhN, criM-cilcs, rN. fin.i iiwuiirc. tlniir. fsii't. tshoi t. hollh. 1 1 . i:thaiiL'c IiIih-Ic. Maliihtrc-t, W-nll ilfiili-rH III ilrv unoil' ....I, il.li In. 11 iuiIIh 1101 1 lit 11st ni m r Main nml Miiikct m. l-nii im-:mi.vy ni:ai. Ill moicrli Hour, f'cil 1 .1 . Mi.ii N. 1I1 ah r In i-lioh A Int'pliij:i;ooilH, tn sli i-roi'i rl ht., opposite roll 1 1 liotw. li v i'iiiiiN. llmiM1 If.. I'll, .'itllll -llll I 1 K. I : V 1 1 1 1 . uiiircrlfs ami genera! men Iuii'IIm' t .Main M ., alio i WVst. I F i imWI'l., tints ami rap-. I I I Main ht nhou' uairt Iioum', ill v I'm ill' . 1 lluput lilnil;, Main si., si II If l-nli , llMDl Hist Ol l-nll southwest w-nll etfliultll l lilt 1 '1 i. Kim .Market ( (', .MAItlt.dry jtoimWhihI nultons, jt mint r Miiin mul lion his, I .!. HltdWr.It. ilry koiN, croreni", J,thl conn r Main ami lion his. tr.v mil l MAN ihv irnnilt. notions 1 i I. iv M.iln lI iinnnJl 11 I'nlsi-ntiill f lltlirll. ,Vh " ' 1 nil 11 lll'STMtiriMir.n. fmrcnl.i iTiM-erles. tolK; 1 1 . 10. and ronlittlonaiy. Main (.. Itelow Anu i kau house. DA. lH:ri;i,r.Y,l-TeJ,'loil0Mioei'tore.t'O iksiimj . Miitlonery, soulliHest t-oiiier Markel and Main Mi, KJnI,1 urn r r HI I 'If w! l'4 tu in fm-t If illi-rli'S. Mil 1 11 W ki'.ii'inI ahi'e toillt hou-e. vl-liU Kl'Vtit VII irl irrm rnl k!n It nf tllcrcllUU- l'j riisiMiiid'iiiia'lie'r.'coimi ol Main htm-tnnd JtrrM leu load. H OTELS AND SALOONS. o N (i v o N l) n o i 1: 1. i im. undeisiuii. d h ilnu It used mid n-liirniMi d lu liood Mle the aliou will-Known iioiisc, tiltutlc AMONG TH I'. M ii I N I A I . in tl...luii.l. mnt 1'iillllilld.llllliltllllMin ClUlllll'l lii unit ul l lie most tii-aulliul mid heallliiut t. i;nlis ill the Mate: Is lull pltpllied to m t .miili"-iiU- , isiiors mid Mijomuers with 'iiu:m i'amimi-s i in. I'.iiiil mul hiii'iims nre ui lh in .nl v-'Uli delli-ioiM iish tt many kinds ineludliiM T U O U T A N o r 1 li i;, alul hiuti. in u'uuil onkl' Will he kept ir t.te lit- iniuiuodalioli and alun-i liu in ol niu -is. rumi lul llshllUi'-pleiiMlleccU!MiillsUpi-ll Ul.s IIIUl shell ol Willi r whu ll it fsA'i:illi MILLS IN i;X'll.NT. mi i inu mli d hv an i lelislc I oiest, thcie l- iliof- ded in l no uuiiimiihu a u iiuio iu-ki nji uj- pet till. ir polls, mtd lilse with hW II O (1 A N O O I "N. Ills Ijirder will tm alwas proiled wiih ll ilelh acli'it ol Hit season : and his 1.U siiu-m-i Vim. I.uil'oiis, 'ihi llmise is tame nml dlmis ; I lie MalJlinu el lisnc an t s.uc. the lUiHiiiistaiiv a iJieUnwaiin i lt.olioini; mm is 'PletHlld place lo puss llli! Iiol inouiiis ui uicr. .M-iy 17, IM.7-1111. Vi m.iiii.wiii no. rui.i MiiiA rol'NTY. 1A. lnu uiidtlManni iiawuji piuiiiaseii mm i ti lt now n ami icimum -meaien nou-e, me i ,.i h.uih,-- iiuii i.Hito.iie mi main si in 1.1.111 liiuiiuiiairu, lumuillalcly tiiposie tin I'oiuinhi.i i.'oimt I'min House, ichpeeiiiuiy iniouns ins iniiuis imn in 1. iihlt. in i-iiieiAl Hint his Ikiiisc ts lluw 111 til ih lor the leei i't Inu and i-nleitaliMiu lit ol ini ilki u 1111 111. tv nu iiisittiscu 111 niiir 11 wiiii 1111 11 toiu. He lias m Mied im expense in piepariuu me 1 vi-iniiii'i. n.i nu- ciiici iiiiii'-ii in in inn uiu ni neither shall Hit it he miilihm wantlii'i ion inn .nl) in ill lsiei in 1 lien in imi nil conn uiiise is hpaeloiis, aii-l ellJnjH an esccllent lmt- liess loemlon. ii.mlliii-s-.,. run at all lltuis Pel Weill the chnnu' Hotel atel Hie ailn s lallruad depots. ' 11 li e 11 1 1 a t lie is lie iiitas.iiiii iuui.." ...I fwi... tin. t..Mirll('tl klllllllll hi ilia I lil neel theeaiX JOHN 1'. CAMIAIW. lilooiuonrji, .nui o ... i-"-. M. lVKT.I.K, A T T (I H X h Y A T -1. W. Aslil'intl. Kelitivllilll t'.nnlv. 1'. 1111 .1 I'. .lACKSON, " A 'I TO !. N I' Y - 1-1. A W, lit iw ii u, 4'iiUniiv.i ri'u'i'v, r-mi'h. nt.vvdii, TT11 U I. -. I -I.A w. 11. rwlelt, I'.ili nil I I'll't . I ' nii'n. i'f.IiI.VM II. Ar.UdTT, A T ID 1'. "s I' T - A T-I. A ' C1.NTI1 M.1A, I'A. wTMnJiTi'-it, A TTn ll N I Y A T I.A W . n.t witii 1 11 In. mint lnsl 1 Ull' nsli'iis 1 Mill ' t' I mi. I. In l I'-Il litilti'll iitiiitii s, r k-l'ni mi'l 11-1 III . oiin (!. 11:1. 1 zn, A I' TH I! :' 1 .'-A 1 R II. 11. II Will II- e hi It. 'I 1 I'lll' ill I tuiEin A T A W, . mil, e, in lln ,i.,.i i-t, ii. I'n. r. n..r.K I Y - T -1 A V. 11 r em in I' I M ". ' 1 '! '' I '' I1. I'll I Xittlnllal (link. I.lniiliislniiit. I'n. J7 II. I. ITT I,i:, A TI I'll. I t - 1 - t. " . OITlee on Main stu et. 111 Iniek liullillnil ln'1'it rmirt lltntsp, lllnnei 0. I'lirir, Tn. 11. r.aoi'KWAY, ATl'ClllNf.Y AT llf.OllM-llVIl", I. A W, I'A. U JI 11 1 A it v 11 i: US A II ll ii o r v., st (i 11 s i:u. It.vvtsri liitele t.lirelinsi"! 0.111 IHIt'iI 1111 (lie well-klliill llnlilsnli lintel I'mlierty , 1'iealt 11 II 1 l.W Mini's .Uln I: Till. I'tll'lll' ttt'lsi , tin. Kiimi, sl.li. nftlin strttl. Ill Ha tliWIl 111 llliHiinsliiiu; nml liallli'! tilitallieil ll lietnse nu the Willie ilsil 11 l: S T A U It A 1 Hie l'miirktiir linsili ternilneil Inislve In me t-t n- ile llsllliu Ihe lull II I'll lillslliesKtit luiii-ui. A i.nn.i; .-nun. iu.n. HIS lllllllill'.'lllsll IS I uj-(ltrii'i:-('i.nr 11' f t' Alio. ! lunlb'un Olllee. I 11. non 1 sox, " ATTt'1'.N I.Y-AT-I.AW, l.l.miM-l.1 t.o, I'I (1111. . 111 rn in in r.nii.i.i.',-. M.iin 1 I ul lln' Allli'l'ii'iin ll- n e. '"' T u c t 1 o m: k ii . M OKI" ll'IT'l ' . IIlll Inu Inll-sweil Hie lil'ti'i '' lull''1 ' Ciler Inr in mv veins, wi.u! 1 l-.i. m 11 - tlllll 11(1 Is sllll 11, Hie III lil, 1' O J ntti'iitl It.-'ll tin itntiis ill.'..' . 1 'It 'Irllliz Ills servf.-l s --lliitll'l en'! "I It" 1 at llltituilslr.ii'-i, I'.i, "' w Ihe ( .1 .Inn 1 (.7. W. II. I'.UA HI.I'.Y, xlelislle, mi'l i l"' 11 !' . . ... 1 ..7. 1 in Hi.. 1 1 v. 1 ii- in inn " i".1 1 ""'-"r v;v ,: n'n." 1. ;i in .,, .iiii if.nlo Aitslstant M' M-nll t .. . I .... II ...tll I -.ei.1.1 I S I 1 I' .'. i'i.. ....'.. i-.l. . 1 Iv mul tali llll lunula! ami hi neellllll.l snllell'slislillli nl lilt I'tll ll mil 1 ininee. " !i il inn . ..i IMIVHIC1AK A N l ' (1111ft at tin ill ' ' 1 t IllllllllV-t .l..it.,i III llll L'II.hU L'lf ( rlt'N I tt isiiln-'Klilnek'. Mnlllhl.. Iielnw 1 1 nil vl-nll I.' tllllTtlV tIi-.,,..i les A l'rnl lslnlls. M.lllll en.'l eiillll 1 Main anil llnll Mitels, ll-llll ... .'.kitiiitiiii TlTMIU'lt ill. 111 mill ieiitl'1 1 li i'ii'l i'liali'1-s In l.unilier, nriilikniils, iiliinlni! mill neiil'tlttt lall-lnail. . . . , i.ii,, im t -j i.ti.1,1 le nml liames , ii'euriiuuiliiiest'i-nniir. Main mul Mmktlsi M-nl'l iiialti r, ;t t si. vl-nll Main n., Iielnw Irini. WI'i'MAN, nilllliltt iinilis, evrnt I Main ami Markel sis. M-l near Milllllllt si S l-lll) t W.KNYIUMl, liniilwure, tntlir.i, nuns, V. I. f V. Colli:!.!., fiirnltnie i;ii. I,l'r,' '' .I'Vm (I, lirlCJ Ull .ll.llll SI., tll'SI Ml ....III- . n Ull7utNl!l.i:il.ili'.iler III iilmi'is, nrj'im mil , i,i,.ln'lenn,alll. Y.i.'.ir"llslni-nll'" rt"""" lOHIC'.S IIOTKI., -I . ... i. ti il'MMI lc. .1.1 t.l.,, til i-liiil. . -n.i 1 1 in. .il 11 11 1 1 1 .It in iu 11 hotel llll- ri'i'i lit I V Ull Ktiiit. i.idleal ehiiUKes in Its Intel ii.i I m miu tn- n . and lis in iiM a tor iiiumum- " m , and the tiavelllna pnhlle that lit m ".'" 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".';, I.iftl , . , ,. , '",'.? h!' 1 orilll'lt'Vllie, 1-11., .'laifii t", i-.-..i.. jXl'HANfii: SALOON, lln. 1'ioinlfttirnf Ilier.M'liniiKi'tdi on lillll'l a Hrire stnelc nf ki'mmi-.u i!i:ri!i:siiMi'.r, enllsUIIIU nf sl'li hli nisrilis, M M, lllll'i . nt'i.t"..'- Miti.r.i' minim r, mm rn 1 ikw, wrii.i 111111:11 . i.Aor.u m:i:n, ai.k, .. ,) I'oMi: osi:, comi: am. .vi hi i:. -et I.A WW IS I'M.M K. hllllerllllentletll. Illnniiisl.iirit, Mny , l-W MIK KSl'Y 1IOTKI,, 1S-1'Y. ( III.I'.MIIIA t ol'Sl Y, I'A. mul Ihe fill, lie, Unit I '1 Tin MihM-ilhir refcptiHUU.x iiniunuim iiium" l-ui'iic, mm ne mis imii o known lluiu-u ol I nlcitalnint ni iAMUi:i. JAt'OllV, Muihle nml ihhwiimi 11111 ir u 1 .11 k.1 1 1 nu 11 1 1 im rii. 111 ih 11 ii i" '"' ' in KNOIllt, IllatUkiulth, N' H iiillnl' nl Main mi'l iMsthlieel, iiin. 1 . ,. 'I'I KIM V has liil.t 11 lliealitiMi lii'll I....-..I in ttselit. the tlistilll nl 1111 linn nu. I;lnr hllil llll 1 I nil. llll Wll.I. IIi:i:i A llllllll 'IAI.I.K, . .. ..... 1....1 .. 111. tl.n 1.. -I i.r I.H'tltltS. Ill l. ...;...n.ni will he inaili (11 lentler enlire ..ill .iViru, MM. I I Ml II. i:.t y. Ai.ill 12, iK.17. IslNHS OF JOIl 11! I a 1 1 in i.ti.lttlnl inn mi l t"'i on ( M.UMn I A - 11 ' SIIAVINii, II nA"i t . i, . H nil 1 it-l A I IH.i'f. I. II' 1 tl 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 11. 1 1 '. I II i 11M Ha I . 1 . t 11 I. I. I A I II (I 1 1 no, 1 1 1 . 1 I N 1 A '1 V. 1 IT.MAN , I.. 1 1 1 .I-. MI l.lNd'l.ll l (I. Hutu ki.i hank timkcil n cnlni, nnd iiu I. m.tl l.iisltii's-Ilic tin1 next tnnrii li Im.iI I h'liii'tll'ii.'ll I1I111 mi tlrciitii, In. ! li" ItollM hill ;li lit hit'! .n ill'tiT 11 Ini-ty liuiikriHtuI went over In I.niK I'uril's h ilt, It 1 r lie Imii iruinl-eil (11 :mv 11111 Imiv to m ike n iliimper. 1 wm ii);reeulil.v M.r'rt-el tiilluiltli.it my in Irui'lurwiH nnttti lie I.iuiufni'il him ill, Itii' tin liuil iimii' oil tn wore, hut lii-i v. Ilu. HI10 wiih 11 itiinely, liitly-llke yftiiiij; niiumti, wU'n her fauo mul uriiH ju-t n Itltle hroiizi il I y exiiisiiri' In the 1111, lilil very nenl iiiiil.' h .iii in her per Mill, t e ptil on st iy lilciiMiiilly to- urtlier, nml ft' "in n"lier iinietieul lee tine wti.-i eoneltideil, lielliK lienl tin Im inedhitely ('Nereifiii'; tho iivoeiilitin of 11 tilil-(lit!K,''i Mul'teil oirto tho Cmilp, where nil Hie liriheinl Aim were (Hunted- nhoiit two inllei dlstmit, mill there puri'lin-cd ti pick, 11 "-hovel. 11 tin dih,nii(l Htiudry other Useful pur nphernnlln nppiniiliiins,' to tlie craft of ifold-liilnliil?. ( lioo-ini; It HeipiOHtcreii liot, for L felt 11 little ii'liiimed of working nil to my-tlf, 1 et to work eleiirhit; iiwny tlie mn fitee.Mill, lirenkln In up niMi'iill 11- pn.-Ilil , mid then enie- fiilly winliiiiK Ut oy menus ol my tin 1INI1, In u pool elo-e tit hiiiiil. 1 worked Willi cxtienii' iirdor iIuiIiik the wlmle of the remainder nf the diiy till the Mm wiwidino-ttKelliiitf, iiiMiimui li Hint I fur (fot nil nbnllt tlliilier, nnd Milistled my helf with 11 piecf oflii-etilt which I Inul 111 Illy pnckit, I then reltirnt d to llnll Hark dully wit: the jtlitlcriiiK tre.is urei which my iiulu-liy had -ecinid carefully wrappf d In a piece ol new.s- pnper. There wim ufrnoil deal of It, lint It iippiaretl to v ltfli very IlKhl, "I'er- hupH, hmvever," 1 reinnrked tn my I11 lliicent self, "Auslialian iinld is lij-'htcr tlmii other Bold." I afterward-di-oov- t rnl that my faiii led treimuie coiis.lsted of liotliiiiir more 1 recinii-. than minute psirtielci ofiiilcn, u (,'litteriiiK Mihstance very aliiiiiil.ini mi the ilitilni. I reached the Unytil l.lver Mltue ju-t hs Hie Mill, at tin niuiueiit of -ttlii', shone out from la ii' iitli 11 hue li.ink ol purple elotnls, ami Illuminated nil the dinjry prct-ii Iree-lniiK with a Klorliiun ruddy radlatnv. 1 neer -ee thi-. pii'il liurhunset now, lii'iiutlful it-, ii Is, n itli nut iv .-eiie ol ui'uisltn--; It rccaIN -neli a lillteriiinnu nl in my Hie. A grnup nl lta;f a dozen pei-on-, weie a-semhled lotiiid the miiulilerln ln; flre In front of the Ktore, iippnii iiily in ,'inve and earne-t cnii-iiU.itltiii. I at ii.ee reciiHIHZt n iiini'iiieii.iiiu, i.au-; mil, mul my Milky enni uninii, I'ry. I win- quite ill. ..-- I to te I'ry. He 1 tin ii like nil old lritlid. "Hullo, 1 i v." 1 exclnliniil, jovially, "liow are mV" In leply lo tlu-i-v word. Mr. Fry liu'in d upon me one of ihe wiure-t laces ver uianiifaeliired in the hti-y town of Liverpool. Ilu did not vnttcli-afe ti word in niibwer to my Miliilnlion, hut nid in a low tone, which, however, 1 tas pcrlectly nhleto hear, ' I told you, iifoel.lelinnl:, I knew niitlilii'f ol tin.' low." At theso wurdi were uttered, 1 oh- -eivetl that till the company li.ul their t yes fixed on me, and that their pize wm of a peculiarly mirchin;' eharacler. kit uiHdliilorlt.ble, nnd hclng of 11 11 itlve tempeianiei.t, hlunhid up tn the llpiuf my ears. Iniiueillately ufler IhU prolonged !-tim, lliockli li.ink laid Ii!m hnnd on I.nnirfoi'd 'n nrm, nnd wIih pered sonielhliiK in lih ear. Landlord ihen slepptd forwai'il, nail nildre-ed uie thu-i! "Mr. 1'itrker, I've wo;nethInj very implm-mit to lell you. For the la-t I wo nights you have .slept in lirockle-hank-s tent " "Yes," J replied In 11 low tone, fiar liiff Hint rKiiueihii dreiulful vn- coin Intf. "I'm fiorry to lell you that Air. liinck lehank, Oil couiillliK hi-) Hold to-day. .build one tuicket deficient. There hmild hnve heeii twellly-seveli piu'eel, there were only iwcnly-clx. A pack- e! coutnllilliu live oil nci'M 11 f teen penny ui It-hit, tint) numbered one hundred ; ml three, whm niK-inK." A palnfuW Hence of -i' vera 1 moment.-, ilurulloil liillowed thin Muti incut. I I'niu'ied, hut pcrhnpH It wan only i.iuey, tluit J In milled violently, mid thet 1 beuiine ri' I and pain In Midden nlli illations M lii-t m t' luue clove 1.1 tlHt.roi)l'ofinv im. it'., I tit presently ! conlrlvid to iy, - "Villi HU-l'Ci't lit.''.'" 1 inimuF, ii'- ii'i'ly w.K."lvi.ii to my , in inn, but us 1 itiokid r.iiind upon ilh'- 111 lines el my nei'll-ei", 1 cliillic 1 in i.'tcii Fiy' 1 ye. ! le at once wild, i.iiro-i ly,-- 'Yen, we do. Who el.e could we 11-pi et? I told ln.( kh bunk I know 1 1 Inn: of , vat," "You me Mire Hie packet I IlilMllltr, '.i-. l.'iU'd'u.'il'.'" I a.sked. Hit . kit iuinl: and uiy-elf-i'fiMr. Tar Ker," aii-werid the chemist, "nre, I I "! ,, ihe ). t men In the wnr'd tobrlii, 1 .-t .(.' 111 Ion ii'.'idiisl any one. The 1 1 1 nu "vTii.3i.r the fold has been ally 1 Miniii.ed In Ihe pre-ence ol th" p i"i, s now here Inn II 110I?" 1 , nv." ic.ill d a niiiihei-of voiecH. 'Ami," in, .Hi tii"l Uinitfnrd, "lliere t i:, lwi'iity-"l. packets In it." ' Would you like to -i.uvli me?" I 1 1, d, .u !l," s,.;,i l,aii;,'i'n,il, niter a -e. "li toll .ne lllinnellt, It would . 'i!i-.iiiii;yiiiU'iifyi.iiurei;ullly, I ! w mil I eei l.iiniy not be on your tied 11 sixpence since my urrlvnl 011 Hon iIIko lu Fry's coinpnny, I had that mtiiiilng bought firiei'iis-lillllntj'' worth of tools. I wtn f-o overwhelmed with shanio nnd horror, thai I fat down 011 the log mid Mied tear.-i, a womanish exhibi tion of grief, of which nu hour earlier I should have deemed myself Incapahli. A whl-pered consultation now took place between my ncctiser-t. I heard the word "I'ulleu" mentioned, nnd Fry wild, "Yes, and Ihe Mioner tho bet ter." Then LaiiKford Interposed, "No, not to-nlglit, let ih wait till the morn ing, lln then oiico more ndilrensed mc, "I'li.ise to understniid, Mr. l'nrker, that we do not chargo you with rob bery, but wo cannot help suspecting you." "I don't go so far as you, I.angford," Interposed Drocklebank liaitlly. "I don't even say that I tmpect Mr. l'nr ker; 1 merely nsiert that a pnrcel of gold has di-nppeared. As a practical proof of my freedom from suspicion, I should like him to rcinniu In my tent to-niglit." "Thank you, Air. llincklchnnk" I nuswered, "for all your klndnc.-s, but I cannot accept your tider." "Ho means lo bolt," muttered Fry. "I do not mean to bolt, Air. I'ry," I exclaimed, experiencing for Hie ll r-t time a sense of indignation which tend ed lo h's-en my despondency. "I have no lent so 1 shall lie in my blankets under " I wouldn't If I wai you," answered In hi storo and remained Invlslblo till Fry. morning. " Nonsense, man 1 we're not barLn- When ho tools mo aside that ovcnlng, rlmis." I wns Htruck by tho nltered expression So Air. Fry put out his head nnd said, of bis countenance. Ills fnco was very giuflly, "you'ro to come Inside." flushed, and there was a wild, unsteady I would have refused, hut tho fiteady light in his eye. I Bhouhl linvo sup chilling mln, nnd my taiulshlng condl posed that ho had been drinking, hut thin, for 1 had not eaten a good meul that I know hlintoboa strict tcctotnllor since the previous morning, overcame nnd that there was not a drop of Intoxl my fortltiiile,nnd 1 obeyed the sum eating tluld In nny of our tents, for In moti". ull spirit-selling on tho diggings "Guilty or nnt guilty, Air. rnrkcr," was carried on clandestinely, and was observed I-nngford, "you must linvo therefore shunned by such steady, re- some breakfast." Hpcctablo folks as most of our neighbors So I sat down on a packing-case, were, apart from the others, and silently nte " My dear friend," said Drocklebank, tho food which wns profTered me, taking me by tho hand, "I linvo never As soon ns I had finished, Lnngford been able to forglvo myself the misery said, you underwent. Tho thought has haun- "Wo hnvo decided, Air. l'nrker, to led mo night and day " have this air.ilr Investigated by thepo " Don't say anything more nbout It lice. Will you bo kind enough tone now," I entreated. "You begged my company us to tho Camp?" pardon tho other day until I was qullo "Certainly," I answered. nshamed. it was, I dare say, n whole "Aly wlfo and Adainsou," continued bomo lesson for me. I shall have more I.angford, addressing Urocklebank, pity for other supposed criminals, In fu "will take chargo of the storo whllo ture." we nro away." " Not," pursued Drocklebank, mus "And yo must leave us tho tin box, lngly, as If in soliloquy, "that I am per- Air. Urocklebank," observed Adninson, scnnlly responsible, for your sufferings, ashrewd-faced old Scotsman. "AIMress That crime lies at other men's doors." Lnngford and I purpose to give it a t ot comprehend this last obscr- seart'liliig examination." vation, but ho proceeded to say, "Oughtn't wo to take it to tho Ciunp?" " And now I am going to hega favor, 11-ked Urocklebank, who had the box In n f.vor which I scarcely venture to ask his hand. of von nfter wlini vou have undergone. 1 don't think it's neces-ary," replied h Want you to sacrifice a night's rest u tree, and If you, Air. Fry,orany other I l.niigloru ; "tiie police linn lienor reiurn iu,j Keep watch In my tent to-nlglit. ticrsons. clion-e to keen miard over ine I heie, uiid ciaiiiiiie it 011 tho spot," I have received Information," ho ad all night 1 shall not complain." "Very well," said Drocklebank. tr() nlnk!ng his volco to an impressive "You had better accent mv oiler. I "Here's a strange thing," ho suddenly whisper, "that to-night my storo is to I..i l-. r." nn.rtl llrofklelinnk. courte- exctainicd, as hu turned over the separ- attacked and plundered. I have ou.slv. "There is a storm brewing over " packages. "Another parcel of gold plenty of anus. Will you come, Par 'I don't yonder "1 cannot," I answerid mind getting wet." Tho politeness nnd civility with which nil these people treated mo Fry excepted cut me to the heart. Had thev been u set of brutul rtllllans. ready to take the law into their own growled I'ry. haiuis,tliekeen sensoof injustice would hnve deadened my grief; but these men acted in tho most cautious, law-abiding innniicr; they even hesitated to charge mc with the crime which they supoc ted 1 had committed. And how base a crime It was I 1 was 11 fricmllc-i strnu ger, Urocklebank look me in, treated un ns If I had been hlsown brother, nnd I had apparently repaid him by coiu- niiltlnga heartle-s robbery. Is nil-sing." ker?" "Then Air. IMrkcr can't bo tho thief," "I shall bo delighted," I said, warm exclaimed Airs, hunt-ford, Joyfully, int. nt the prospect of an adventure In She had Just entered tho tent. "You which I wns more likely to piny the know, John, Hint he wns watched all ,,art of thief-taker than thief. "Dut night, nnd Hint he never stirred." wouldn't it bo well to tell I.angford, llo wa-n't watched ull night," Adnmson, and tho others, so ns to have a strong iinrty here to meet the ecoun How's flint. Frv?" nsked Lam-ford. " I thought you undertook" Xo, no," ho said, mysteriously, "To watch him?" interrupted r ry, trrnsh iil- mo bv the wrist, "on no ac' " So 1 did ; but 1 fell nslcep lu Hint ml- count. Don't sny a word to them. I iiio-ii-liii-h foran hour and a half by my wild tell you why to-night." watch, lle'il plenty of time," he add- I could not, however, keep tho duty ed, with a sour glance at me, "to help which 1 ha 1 undertaken to fulfil alto hlin-elf If ho pleased." . gcther a secret, for 1 was obliged to tell Tho extreme improbability that a Langford and Adanison that I was go thief would steal Hrocklebank's parcels ng to sleep in Drocklebank's tent, of gold one by 0110 occurred to my mind "Alercv on tho lad!" cried tho old s may bo imagined, I pa-ed, both ""d must huve occurred to every re- Scotsman. "Why, I should line thocht physically and mentally, u miserable Heeling person present, uui as 1 nail yo'd had eneugh or Hrocklebank's tent night, though tho bodily iiiconveni- di-tcrniined tosay as little us po-wlblo, I by this time. What does he want wl' eme was trivial compand with Hie kept -ilence. yo?" Iniiiii' which consumed me. 1 lighted Shortly afte'rwards wo started for our Ho wants mo tor company. lie's a small lire at the foot of a tree, and destination. No attempt win nindo to rathei nervous," I nnswerod evasively, niter eating the remainder of my bis keep me in formal custody, and to tho "There's something queer about cult, and drinking a pannikin of cold eye of a clianco pusser-by wo were sim- Drocklebank," observed Langford. water, rolled mv-elf in mv blankets, P'y n party of blue-shirted, cabbage- "Ho has grown very silent nnd very and lay down. I had not the heart to tree-halted diggers walking along brisk- strange during tho last few days. I buy any tea or other provisions at Hie ly together ; hut 1 noticed that both hopo he isn't going to atop payment. Itiival Liver Store, for 1 felt that Hie Urocklebank and Fry had their revol- There are twenty ounces of our hard- propiletor would naturally believe vers in readiness, and that they never earned gold in his hands." Hint tho hrazeii-faccdculpiit was spend- sullcred their eyes to stray from my "Naefearo'that," answered Adam- In'- Hie proceeds of his villainy: and I person. FOn. determined not to go elsewhere, le-l "We hud reached the camp, and With theso words ho lighted his pipe, my ncc seis should siis-iecl that 1 incd- Langlord had begun to narrate to the Rnd whistling to his dog, stalked forth Killed lllght. 1 hail Ju-t envoi ctl my poncc-siiperiiiienueiu on amy incro n KUI1 -n lmnil.tolook niter a clianco opos. head to shield mv face fi 0111 the keen circumstantial account 01 1110 supposed BUm. south wind which was whistling among robbery, and was , olntlng out the pain "Well, Parker," said Langford, "I Hie trees, when 1 heard a gentle, wo- ful suspicion which attached to myself, suppo-o you'd better go, but for good maulv voice saying, elo-e by me, wnen 1110 cinuer 01 u uorsu s 11001s was nCM. ?aKe don't get into anoiner mess.-- "Air. Parker, my liu-hiind has bid 1110 heard, and u moment later wo saw Airs. i think there's no fear of that," I re- hring you u pannikin of nicu hot tea. Langford with her hair streaming 111 plied, laughingly, lie saw that vou had none." will(1 fr01" under her bonnet, and n "Idon't likeDrocklcbankqulto as well "Thank vou, AIr. Langford, I don't heightened color in her checks, canter- fts Idkl," observed my matc,-"there's a want it. "And he says you had better go and sleep ill his mate's tent." "No, I am resolved to stay here." "At least drink the tea, to plcae me," slid urged. "Perhaps you will drink It If I tell you, that though the others think you guilty, I believe you innocent." "Why do you think so. Airs. Lang fort!'."' I said, uncovering my face, and raising myself on my elbow. " I cannot tell ; but you have not the facoor the manner nf u thief. I am sum you are Innocent, and I pray Clod you may be proved so, There, 1 will ret tho tea by your side; drink it, It will keep you warm. Oood night." " (iooil night," I murmured, mid felt lug towards tho police-barracks. She curious suspicious look In his eyes, and was evidently n practiced horsewoman, he sometimes scowls at me as If I had for sho wns scnted calmly and securely, committed a crime." feiniiiini'-fa-hioii, on n iiiiisculinesaddle With these words our conversation with 0110 foot in the stirrup, and tho terminated, and soon after I went into other resting gracefully on her steed's the Hoyal Liver Store for tho night, shoulder. Drockleliank wns sitting on n tlour- " John, my deur," she exclaimed, barrel, rending a book by the light of 11 hreathle.s-.ly, ns slio stopped her horse .otary caudle. Tho llu-hcd and excit and alighted without uistance, "Ad- cd look which had characterized his anison wanted to ride old Jack, hut I face earlier in tho day had quito dlsap wouldn't let him. I determined to poured : his manner wns calm, dellber- briug tho good news myself. Air. Par- crate, and business-like. After what ker is Innocent. The parcels of gold he had told mo during our Into Inter im- all right." "All light?" cried Drocklebank. " How can that he?" " Why somebody yourself, I sup-po-e, Air. Drocklebank had folded two packets Into one parcel. This litis comforted, i here wns 0110 person who ,ocll )1()llu Uvo ,tauces; so that thought me innocent. what we took for two packets, accord For a long lime 1 could not go to lug to tho label outside, wero really sleep, and ns I lay awake I wondered four." whether anybody was keeping watch. " I'm confident I never did so," an- The how ling of the wind among the swered Drocklebank, almost angrily. trcis made so miicli noise that my ears I need not describe tho joyous lea view, I was not surprised to see a cap ned and loaded revolver lying by hi side, although I had been given to un derstand by Langford and others Hint our part of the diggings was almost as free from crimes of violence as an Eng lish country village. However, ho made no allusion tho weapon at Ids side, and for a considerable time wo sat convers ing on various topics unconnected with Hie business for which I had visited his tent. Dy degrees tho sounds produced by Kuropenn civilization becanio fain were unable to detect any stealthy which my heart gave ns I listened to u,r. tj-0 last digger discharged tho con- movement of human feet; bull after- this most welcome Intelligence. It Is tcntsofhisgunorpistol previous to reload wards learnt Hint 111010-0 Air. Fry- enough lo say that everybody present in, t,eventliodogsbegnntogrowslei'py without any feeling of personal uniiuos- crowded round 11111 nudsiiook me warm iul,i Australian Naturo reasserted her Ity, but -Imply nsa matter of duty had ly by the hand. Y lien I say every rcigniiitliemelaiicliolymopingcryoftho poslul hlm-ellin n ininio-u-bush lu my body, I do not mean Air. Fry. I mn iore-poke, or Southern owl, ami tho imiiiidlute viclnliy, nml Ueiit his linger not sure inul lie wns not rumor iiisap Consele-s chatter of the bullfrogs iu an 011 the trigger of hi, revolver, lest I poiutut; he certainly looked sourer adlacent hwamii. Then Drocklebank s-hould make a Midden spring Irom my than ever, but ho had the civility to ,.uit.tly closing his book, and laying his hard couch, and attempt to lly under blurt out, I hand upon Ids revolver, addressed 1110 the u.ver of darkness. " .oirro wen outoi it, mriier,-- thus: At length I sank Indian unea-y sleep, A-. wo returned to Iron Dark Clully, ..1 lmvo HiIh dny received Informa Irom whhlil wasuwiikcnediiboiitduwu t'"' i'cncd, nnd the sun shone out mntion of n most startling character." hv usen-atlon of extreme chilliness. 1 glorlousl , a-if to lelelirate my restor- "Indeed!" look.d mound; tho wind had lulled, "tlon to innocence; nnd n couple of "You saw mo tnlking toSuperlntend- and a sii ndv soaking rain was coming I'"1"'1 Lnngfoid and his mutes Cnt Uoberts, did you not?" low 11. 1 glil up, shook mvseir, nnd u- huvhig temporarily admitted 1110 to "i ,i0 not know Hupcrlntemlent Rob my Hie had boon quenched' by the wet, member-hip ill their digging party, 1 orts," I returned, walked overto tliepuhllcllrelu Iront ol was bu,lly engaged iu shovelling "wush (1J. . f t VQU nn) a new clmm Ihi'ltoval l.lver. Tills lire had so tlior- 'Hrf into tho "hopper" of their cradle. i"0,ort, ,-avc me some very valu niiiliK piuetrali'd into the heart of the A lid now for the conclu-ion of my M),0 lllforlim,lolli You will bo aston ll.lg log which loiined Its hii-l-, that !'. which may appear ''" (''' ''"- sho,, as 1 wns, when you liear it. Wo 11 Ing-hiirtofutielllClldoUs thunder pri-lllg, mil WHICH I ure uiercao er i . ..-. , ft of storm could put it out. 1 placed u heap "cu.v inu. n n c .... i.u-... .. . thieves nnd murderers." of chips o llnred ember.,,.,,,,! present- IliU imrrallve. haven t''' ""'' ..! mn not Kwk . cni;ra,y, 1 , ly produced u iheerfiil lilaze, wi.ici. ,.i--..s, .... ...st, .., 0..... 1.mt.,iin,l. neighbor' " Air. Parker you aro very young, nnd appearances aro deceitful. Adarason it a despciato character, an escaped pris oner from Port Arthur, a monster stained with Innumerable crimes. Hut tho Langfords in spite of their plausi ble outward aspect.aro tho worat wretch es of all. From their earliest years thoy liavo pursued a career of Hark t" he exclaimed, springing to his feet and grasping his revolver, "they nre coming now." Ho pointed his weapon towards the four corners of tho tent, nnd contin ued, "They aro comlngfrom north, east, south and west." As he spoko his face changed, ids eyes glittered with the baleful glare of insanity. I once more beheld tho tcrrlblo figure which I had believed to bo tho offspring of a brain oppressed with nightmare, but which I now perceived, too pinimy, 10 do snd reality. Drocklebank's exclamations were no. altogether based on delusion, Rapid footsteps were without doubt approach ing tho tent, for the bulldog began to growl ominously. A moment later I heard well-known voice saying. "Down, Boxer; don't you know us old fellow?" " It's Langford," I remarked, In an explanatory tone, being convinced by this tl mo that Drocklebank was labor ing under some unaccountable delu sion. Tho words wero scarcely out of my mouth, when ho uttered a sharp cry of anger, and suddenly seizing mo by the collar flung me on -my knees. Tin next instant I saw tho muzzle of his re volver pointed nt my head. "Parker" ho shouted, "you aro a traitor and a vil lain ; you aro in leaguo with tho rest of tho gang. I must kill you." My chances of cscapo would have boen small, for tlio wholo of this terrific scene had been enacted in a few seconds: but nt that critical moment, when the homicide's hand wns on tho trigger, the frail canvas door of the tent was thrown open, nnd Lnngford nnd Adnmson burst in. Langford immediately threw him self on Drocklebank, whllo Adamson seized tho wrist of tho murderous, hand which held tho revolver. Tho shot which, n few moments earlier, would as suredly have penetrated ray brain, passed harmlessly through tho roof of the tent. After a brief struggle tho un fortunate maniac, for such I now plain ly perceived him to be, was secured, and held in safo custody until daylight. Langford lost no tlmo In communicat ing with Melbourne, where Drockle bank, who had been settled for sev eral years in tho colony, had many friends, who held him Iu high estima tion. Wo afterwards learnt that, som years before, when at homo In Liver pool, ho had shown symptoms of men tal derangement, but that ho had ap parently been perfectly cured. The. doctors recommended him, on bis re covery, to seek a totally new sphere of action, and ho had accordingly emi grated to the southern hemisphere. Since his arrival in Victoria no on had detected in him any traces of insan ity, but tho seeds of that fell malady had evidently only lain dormant, and had suddenly sprung up In full vigor. A few days later, after a careful medical examination, tho poor fellow was re moved from Iron Dark Gully to th Lunntic Asylum nt tho Ynrra Bend, near Alelbourno. I nm not nwnre what beenmc of him subsequently, it wan doubtless in the confusion of mind com mon In cases of approaching Insanity, that ho had forgotten where lie had placed the two parcels of gold which had cau-ed me so much trouble. As for myself, I shortly nfterwardi heard news of my London friends, who came out by tho John Taylor, but found Hint neither of thorn wasasuitn bio companion for one who wns deter mined to servo n steady apprenticeship to tho trade of gold digging. Hard manual labor did not suit them; they only stayed threo weeks on the mine, nnd then gave up tho profession in dis gust. They afterwards obtained more congenial occupations, the one as assist ant In a ready-made clothes mart in Great Dourko Street, tho other ns advertise ment collector to n Qcclong new-paper of limited circulation. I was, therefore well content to remain in company with Langford and Adam-on. I work ed for twelve months with them, nnd could not possibly have fallen in with pleasanter or more trustworthy com- uiilons. None of us, however, made our fortunes nt gold-digging. Wo tolled steadily nnd per'everlngly, we seldom sank n hole that had not some gold In it, yet on reckoning up our earnings nt tho end of Hie yenr, wo found that w had prospered nbout us well as v Ictorl an day-laborers, in constnnt employ ment, Hint is, w o hnd earned about ten hillings a dnyaplece. Notwithstanding this comparatively ill-siiccu-s,l shall al ways recollect with satisfaction th time 1 spent on tho Dcndlgo gold-field for I laid In a stock of vigorous health nnd self-reliance, which aro better worth having than a tin dish full of nuggets. At tho samo tlmo I never seo an alleged thief Iu custody without remembering that I onco stood lu that lainful position, and thanking God fur my provident inl escape. 1 1 a in ha 1 V 11 H'W . T' A U'i AIA'V .r 1 M.l' 1 Jia-i W. I'- lil. I.i! A ni re iii't plenty of hollow trees on llgo," observed Fry. .e e words 'orellily -huwid inc how cull It would be to prove my Inuo 1 .ee. I hail li'i Irli'Uils iu Hie colony t.Mijl my I lull. ir-iulvi ntmiis I'loiii I.i iidnii. nml even If 1 mulli find them, 1 1 ' illlcnie of re.- cc'iiliillty would 1 . vciy little, 1 Inul 11 Tew let- . . 1. rut.iKi.nl. lo lcrnons of some 11 tint loiony. bill 1 had IiM my box 1 1 .Melbourne, and -.wind nm linvepioYid my Ideiill , !. 1 I mil I, I us, 1 pin 1 ' ii 111 1 1 them t , 1 1 1''-1 e. 1 iil-o li'iiu niber , 1 . . 1 uviki 'Iv 1111 i-xpen- story of real facts, and some of those wiio were working on Iron Dark Gully in l-.'iiimay possibly rend tills article, nnd be nhle lo nttc-l tho truth of Its siatenients. 1 had worked very pleasantly nnd iiinlcnbly for some dnys Iu Lnngford's party, sharing Adnnisou's tout at night, when one culling Drocklebank took 1110 aside nnd (old 1110 Hint bo wl-hed to ml dntv. .Shortly allerwardi tho whole s y n few words to 1110, privately. I hail eomi.nnv. whom I limy designate as seen very llttlo of him bliico tho sup Hit, Ciiift ,if iiiniilrv. assembled In nosed robbery : I hnd fancied that lie rumor uvoiuod me, nun 1101 oniy 1110 oui ull Ids foi hut iitiiiiiiliitniicis. He 110 aH'ordcd nune warmth to my chilled limb-. Dy digrei's the scattered inhab itant.! of the gully ro.se from their beds, nnd began lel-mely to make prepara tions for liieakl.ist, the day being loo wet to admit nf any 'sinking" opera tions, Aiiinngst others, Air. Fry made his appearance, looking more sour than ever, which wu-i no doubt, in some measure, due to Ills telf-lnipo-eil scntl Drochlclinnk's store. An unlimited ills cti-lon iippenred lo lie Inking place, nnd presently 1 hemd Laugfoi-d's voice, "Well, we must not let the poor fob low stiu-vc. Fry, just go ami ask him to come Inside." longer cnine out, ns before, to go-sip ut the coniiiiuiilly-firii which burnt before Ills estilbllsbini III, but us soon lis bll-1-ne V.11. coiieiiiUid, he shut him.eif up hood, our own so-culled iicqiiuliitnnces companions, and friends. 1 will begin with I'ry." "Fry! I thought you knew Ids fnnil ly lu Liverpool, nnd Hut ills father was n highly respected horsu-di'iiler there "So 1 believed, but I wns mistaken Fry Is 11 thorough-pneed villain. He bus nlready been twice convicted of burgln ry." "Good heuvens ! Can this bo truo?" "I have nil tho documents to prove iny assertions tied up iu this bundle, continued lUiti-klebunk, iu tho most buslness-llko tone. "As for that old Scotsman, Adamson " "Aihiinsonl 1 should have believed him to be a mo.t worthy old follow," Drrr.cTivr. Cuimskyb. As cold weather approaches and fires become necessary, tho danger arising ffom de fective flues nnd chimneys should be guarded against. A largo proportion of conflagrations Is caused by defective chimneys, or tho rcprehenslblo practice of runningstove-pipes through the roofi of outbuildings attached to dwellings. Such dangerous nuisances should not bo tolerated. No man bus a right toexpos tho property of his neighbors to destruc tion for the sake of saving n few dollars which it would cost to plnco Ills chim neys In safe condition. Besides being tho business of tho city authorities to attend to this matter, It is also every body's business who has anything to lose. Tin: members of tho Alabama Con vention aro not very remarkably profic ient with their pens but they do iiiaWo fin( bold mark). Actions spe-ak louder than word..