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VOL. 2 NO. 20.
HTOVFS AM) TINWAllK.
IAC01I Mt;iZ. ili-nli r In sLivi-s ft ilnwnrv, Mnln
t) st,, iiIhivo coiiii Ihium'. xl-iiu
I M, ttl'IM'.ltr, iic.m una titiwuro, lliiniirt
i, liloili, Mn I ii st w. ,i i,r Murk, t, 1-nH
UliV. A. IIAIIIMAN, HtiiVin, Tlmvnlo or nil
kiwis, HiioutltiK fit'. I'list simoon Wtste-lul
Dt.OVi:Nlll;7t(l, lilTi'lintlltnllor, Mlilll St.. 2.1
, ilisir ulsivo Atnerk'tm house. 1-n 13
I W. ( 11 I..M1U:1H.IN-. li,!i nil.iui.l i.-lull donN
it, r lu rlntlilnjt.iti'.i 1 1 ii rt in nil's I m I liH hk. Mam
DHUCiS, CUKMICALS, AC.
I N. MOVr.lt. ilrnmiliit nml ntttltlipmrv. '.x
ll eliniign block Muhi t. l-nn
l.l 1 MITZ, ilrunM nnil npotliecnry, ltnpcrt
I i. l.Ioclt, Mntn st., west or Mnrkxl. M-ul.'l
CLOCKS, AVATCIIKS," AC.
I OUH lir.UNIt.Mtl), wnli'll nml duel: mnkir,
I J boar sunt liciist coiner Main nml li'itnst.vlniil
CI II. HAVA(I1!, itenler In i-lnr-Us, wnlr-lies mill
l. Jewelry, Main M., nonrly oiislta American
1) CATlICAltT, WRtrh nnil rlnr-li maker, Market
U st., Iielim-Muln, vl-llll
BOOTS AND 8IIOHH.
CM. imow.V, boot nml alioeniakor.Maliislmti.
. uppaillo 1'otirt IT'iuse, vl-titn
I HOIXKIir.n.mimur.ictnror uuil ilcnler In boots
1 nml kIhh h.MiiIiikI,, opposite Episcopal clmrrJi
HUSKY KT.K1M. inaiiiiftirtnrrr anil tlcnlur In
boot ninl shoos, (jroecrlei ele., rust llli-oni--Imrg
Main st. vi-mi
AV1I III;'!',, bout nml sltoomnkor, Main st.,
i below llnlttnnn's store, wist, ofMarhct strut.
1 11. IVANK, M, 1, Miitfenn unit physician sontn
tl wi.ti' Main Ht., Ih'Iiiiv Market. vl-lili
UK. II. I', Kinney .mi, un ilentKt, teeth exlrnet
et.1 without iintn, Mnln st,, neniiy npisislto
i:plsciipul Cliuti-h. I-nlli
f 11. Srur.r.VV. M. n. suruoon ami pliysli'l.in
O unilti shlo Main Ht., bolow Mnrkut. vl-nU
r ('. Ittrrn:it, M. H. sui'soon -tunl riij-Hlelnn,
,1 Millkcl Ht., iilme Main. vl-lil.
li. II, ('. IIOWIliI, Hiiiitoan UcntlHi, Main t.,
1 -ilmvo emirt him.e, 1-illi
3ULLIXHIIY & FANCY (iOOI).S.
M iss i.ik.ii: iiAiiu-i.r.v, iiiiiuiieTntnukey
jitillllitlngr, Mulllst. l-iiLl
l ltH A. 1). WlXIl, ratify mimli, nullum, linolis,
III stutlonery, nollll slilo Mtllllstrccl below Miu
1,1 ri'.rr.UMAN, millinery mulr.inoy tfnoilsop-
IV poilti' t:pNeopal olmiili, Main st, 1-n 13
A I 111. -IIU.1A A.
ill rlonkiaiul ilre
.1 HAlli: HAHKI.r.V. Initle
rlonkmiiul ilreHs pattern wonllieast eoi ner
Main ninl west rt,
MIMHM. DIlItltlUICSDM, millinery mil r.mev
yooil-j Matllst.,npposllo fmtrt llole. l-nll
Mlt. M. II. l'UHMAN, mlllliiir, Main St., below
Hal tinan'H lore, west of Mutket ht, l.l I
mill! MIS-r.s 1IAIIMAN mlltlnery ami faney
1 uooil,MalnhtleetJnht below Amei lean liotive.
J tOTK 1.8 AND HAl.OOXH.
I l.KACOL'K.oysternnil online kiiIooii, Ameil
.1 ean House, Jlabl St., Ilaller Id acoelt fclipeiin.
nil.MYi:u A JAC01IY. oonlVetloiiry, bakerj-,
II ami oyhtel' halooll, iboleale ana jetull, J.
ehaiiso bloeli, Main si. t-nl'l
MUX.l.Vi:illl, eonfictloiKry.biikoiy. ami n.v
ll ter Miloon, wuoleaalo ami lelall, Mubiht., Just
below lion. , M-nw
riXt'HANIir. IU)Ti:l by Komis (.'bilk, Main
list,, opiM .site court bouse. vl-lHJ
i MlllilCAN IltifHi:, by John I.kaihik, Main
i St., Wi st oi lion htrcet, l-nli
IlilltKH Hul l:!,, by 11. W. MAl in. I!, east end ol
l'M.ilnst. a Mil I
HTOIINKIt, lelreBblnelit snloon.Malu ht.ijle-l
I), nbovo cotillliouhe. 1.iiIj
IMXlNH & l.i.AHK, U'riehblilent Wllooil, l:x-
ebanije botel i VMil.l
iir II, (in.I.Moiti:, nirrcslimcnt i-nloon, hlilvr'.
JIKItCl fANTSAXI) CI HOC'jTitS.
ll.lAtlUlW, C'ollleellolicry. Rio
Ti ht.,abovo Court IIoue,
C( 11, Mll.I.r.ll, denier In dry i;oikU, Ktocerlm,
n queenswnre, Hour, hall, Hmeti, notioim, ete,
Jlxrhalijie bloek, Malllhlreet, l-nlJ
AI'KKl.VY NHAl. & Co., ilealcm 111 ilry llioil,
oeeilen, Hour, rets!, hint, nsn iron, mm,
loitbeahteuinerMatnund MarUit Kt. vl-nt'l
HOWnt, bain uml eaph, boots and hliors,
1 1 Main hi.. iilniYo tourtliouse, rtaui
( r. ilAltll, iliy (.'mnln nml notions,
U. eoTiii r .Main ami Iron Bt.
v nm iwr.lt. ilrv L.ootls. iroei rleH. etc.. itoi-tl
. west miller Main and Iron his. vl nu
, a UTMAS, dry itoihlH, not ton
i.h .Main .st opposue
Corn I's riirin-
till. It. Kill!,
, in, nml I'olifeullouury, Main t., o'p" "
i . nm Kl.l'.Y.Ifcystonoslioostori-, books ami
1 1. slulion. ij , southwest rorner Market nn.l
wn mam niASMre,
) St., Jusl above eourt lloir
S'l-ll i 1
p M i'X IH.XH Al,I..Kcncrnl stock of nicrelui!)
I't, .11-.' and lumber, coliH-r of Mnln htn-et urn1
II. I u..k load. M-DII
.1. Ill il',IHX.-4, d aler 111 dry kikhU v..-.
--liiie's hlo. Ii, MalliKl., belowjroii
, I'les ete.
(UKTilX, flroecrles A- ProlsIons, so-.i-U.
J. .i'-t e. ii ner Mam and Iron sire
I K. (11
CI V, HNYl'I'It, hardwale, culler. Bulls, He.,
, Main st., below Iron. vl-nl.
A.I. hl.()AX, denlcilii choice dry goods. H"U"-
kccpliiBi!ood, lic-s.li niuierleh.itc.tto, .Main
hl opposite court liouse, v-llil I
"J If. i:Yi:U,t!iociilesnndgci.cinliiU'rehanilli;
tl Mallihl.,al.io West. Nl-lill
T. HAltri-lri, dry koimU, HrrK'tTifn,
I J, hlUH t, t-tt'.,
iUIJ'tTl- MlUlli, .U1(U Kits
it ('KAMI'lt .V A. i:. nAYltnthT.Hi-ulerMlti
O. limit 1 1 s fnnUitlinn riiH nml INotloiiH,
Moltown,MiulliT.UU', iw itcmm iilHi Jlrt'it-
tl W. I'llltKI.t., fiiinlttllu looms, tin t-D stoiy
I, Inlilt mi Mnln si., nisi nl .Mnrfict st, M-nil
11 J. TIlilllN'lON, wtllt iuic-r,
w Inilow sliiuliH.
I'i, nml iiMuus, uupi-ii ui'
Mnln bt, l-ii:l
HllOSllNSTDL'lC, lillotoKltll'llir, KMlllHlliO
, UocU, MalubluiaHlluniiirthuUMs M-tiU
I 1'. IlItnAllT, Iiliotcigi iirlu r, Iliiltliiull's liullil
,) liiBiioilluiikliimicrJIiiliiiiiiil Murk. 1st. vl-llll
p .1. iiiiii.i:ma.n, Akiiu Minium'
IV Inilur l.lulniiliiultoil.
, I'lipiH i in-
Main tt.. below euuit, Iiouh', l-iiifi
f IdsTl'.Il, iiw Mnkir, nnd Whltoimd unity
U, TiinntMMoltown, MI7
ni.tui iionioiu in i.umlK r. ui all kinds, nla niuu
mill near tho rull-rottd. l-nlli
. nt ui' Mmthwcbt coriiLi lliiin uml Muiktt Kt
i witman'. niiiililo uorkv. liuir hnuthwtst
A. coi in r .Muin nnd Sliulu-t t.i, Miu
ii niVdl.r.ll.drnli r In nliinoK. oHuuu nnd
iiuloUiuntMitU. W.t'tMt lrhluuilluit'ionjij
rn II, MAhTI.HH, wont fur (iroytr & Hkw
I , hcwlnu'iniuhinc, Mnln ut., Hnttnmu'H 'Hr
lltf, lip MlllllH. X U
f iiiiiiiiivu Hinnn iliinlf.r Lfcniiil itonl' ilotll
1). noiihitti)rWr Miiluund liontn. l-nW
ttr ni' Kninn- tif.rllu-nitl iorm r
. Main nnd Murkit bt. l.ni.l
ir.nv v TlTVMTflV. tiiiilnnl ninl nodi rltt tit
.1 I..1.1111.11M (.jimrmiiv not llunKt Mirncr Mlil'l (11 ul
rir.Ollfli: 1IAHHIMIT, mnnufatluirr nnd repair
Ii ..i rtr tiirosiilnii liiachliiM. I 'lit'iuuerl lll'b wit v
mr Blmvi'Ufc' ioundry. UU
I H. KUHN, druh r In m d tiilh.H', pU dm
1 bcitfu'rtnlU'y, I in. tt Am i " n houw . l-i
li AMI II 3 '
"Wink I !
1 ' H
in I i
iiiiiniair nil y iu ..
lIl. (). A, Mr.OAIlor.l., pliylolrtnnnili!Urieiiii,
) Mnln t., next door l.mood'ii Hotel. vl-nl7
lllIH'K IlllTl t. nnd n rirsliini nt Miloon, l
JWml, llvi reti. cnr. of Mainarol rimt. vim"
(jWAS lluTI.I.. tliciipiicr Itonw by John fm-
H der, Malll st., above l'lllc. vl-n 17
DIC.Mt.DAN.ileiilir lii dry, noiyli. bt.h-.tIi .
. lnmkc nnd ti neral Merelinndlu Multi M.
rtKlllttlt! I.A.Mlt H
mililtf. and Imrliess maker
Malll !.. above IlK'Hwnn Hotel. v I-1U7
tir" II. hMITH,
liinillflirtiirr'r nf tin ware nnd
11 , dcnlor In hio
i(e, Mnln n.,
nhov n -,ho
l & i:. W. t iil.MMAV, Jlori-liant tailor nnd
j, lleiit'n faniMiiiiH K'"""l". Main W., not iloor
in the brick holel. Vl-nl7
A.I s. IIAYIH IIST, 1,'locki, Walehei nnd duns
Alt repaired. Huns and Wntclltti roriwle, Mlilll
Mt below l'lne, VI-IH7
1 AMI-IM II. IIAIIMAN. Cnblnot Jlnller, and till
i) dertnkcr. Main Kt below l'lne. l-nl7
. Klil.I.llll, C'onfecllonciy, oywiji
Ae on l'lne Kt., bctwessn Mnln nml Milt.
v 1-n 17
Hit, &r. ki:uii:
, Hired, hoar l'iiie,
Ki:U'llNl'II, l!lneklnllli, on Mill
tin 1. 1. 1 AM DKI.OXO, Hhneninkernml inaintnif
W tuiei-i)rrirlek,Mllt8twehlnn,Ino vlnlO
LIMA MNYI'int, riolir and flrlut Mill, nnd
Si Uuil. r In gialii, MlllStrt. vl HIT
T i:vih il, H. llt'Yliin, Imu roundr,Murlilrw
Ijlst, and Mwiur.ioliiiiir or plows Mill Ht.vl-M7
tiraetlltoih ol I. ntlicr, Mill Htrcot. vMllt
JOHN lCI.I.I.i:it, II iot and Hioimnli' r, Tllio
8ii u.oppnlietbcAenilemy vl-nlT
l I'. HKIllilNii.v MtoTHISTl.CBrnetitcrsand
A. l.uildus, .! illi rttnet, bi-lo Pltle. l-lll7
t' M1'1 I, "HAKI'L,r,-n, Maker cirtlwllnyhnnt
15 a.illn Lindle, Main HI. vJnli.
I M. MAltM N. midillo nnd lai milker
.J , ii..ii. ille, opi.in.tte Kramo eluu-on, vliiill
ij! -ujtT.II NN VrHi'l I.
O lU'opiiftn. , VlUtll-l'llHt I1"
ni' r Main itnn Mrrmiil
tl , enU tprt-!iaiHl"M', Muin Mvtn t.
Li i HINYU1, drnlcr In tocftml tlnwmo.
O, MutnHlrct. v2-n1il
rM. 11. Aimin V, attorney ut law, Main Htroet.
rill.IIKUT A Kf.INE, ill-gondii, tpoeerlos, nnd
U geucral merchnndlse, Mnln Slrocl, v2-n!2
KHII.Ell, billiard reilnon, oy.terK,
, ci-eani In heanoii Main Htreet.
I) I'. TIAI.r.MAN", Heu-hnnt Tailor,
I), llobblus' llulldlug.
DIE. .1. If. UOllllIKK. Blllgeun ami l'hyitlclali,
Mee.ind St., below Main. 2-llK
J 11. If IH'l'I, Hit, "L'nttuwlsa House," Norlll 'ct
.Coiner Main und Second Htu-ets. v-J-ilK
MM. Itltllll'sT, dealer In Oeneial Merebali.lHe,
, Iir) (loods, (JiocetiCH Ae. vS-lllS
LIliHT STUUKT D1UH0T0UY.
)i itlir In tlry cotnl", irmc rlen,
L uor, ft;
t, Mtlt, ilt, Iron, null's tc, l.lshl
tl itiul i Imli unkcr.
il ubuvo Bch'Mil Ihhiii1,
I T I. OMAN A
milllaei und rmcy kod.k
JW. HVNKliY, dealer (u Irfntbei-, lll.le.
te, Ciuli isild for llldah-.
11 M. M. KNT, .1
l.'iilerln stoves mid till wnro 111
lll.'I'KIl W. OM N, limliura. lull r and d. .ill fill
Imots and Bin Nl-nlll,
I'-il'Y hl'i:A.M 1I.OI HIN'd MU.IX, C. K,
Br. lli:i(IIIAllll,.Stlllt).,donlerh' liulrj Koodn,
, m'oeeileii, and general uiorehandlHi'. vl'-'nll
I li, i'.U.t)Vi:i.I., dealer In dry uoods. ki oci.i'
il. le , oui eu-ware, hurdwine, tlsh, salt, nails,
il?-., fte Willi
rn V. IMKiAlt.Kusiiuehaiirml'lanlnn Mill and
J, II. x Manutaotory. vWnll
I KDItI-:V MAHISOX, deuler in dry uoods, uro
A cerleL iri.iln. lumber ute., Jersoytown. Ml III
, M.i.ltson towiihhlpColutiibltiiounty
ItlMRY. Mii.ll on Hoi, I. Pro.
is mid strftnnol'ij uuteilnlllud. v-ul
r ( , v. ti. siioi.MAKKn, lUuk-rti In dry
, .is jjhuiiiiN mill wiuTut inorelmmllM'.
I i t Uju' In vinMi I'lid nftnvMi,
J A i oti iV W M. If URls, acnlorn In iliy
xi i rit tlnn;- uml medjViiifh. rirnt sioroJit
ui . ti .t-l i town. viSnK
IIOTKLS AND SALOONS.
i in- li utit ,ts h"ii'il liiivlni; ti
l;u.i. ii . nl4'.imi,.tIly-ltMalcrin'use(lht Kvluumi
liuli 1, MM Ut it .MAINMntKKT.lH MIiHtiiMliuiK
liiitimlliiii ui) i thi'l'uluuiliiui'nunly (mrt
JlouM', ut-i , i iiu'ly inform llit'ir fiU'inlw nml Hiu
I'liMt' in iti'iiuiiu limt thoirlmiiriOlHiutu in m'tli-r
iui- tin- i'i i'i it fit mul i ntci'tuliunoniof imvelUia
wliit. ny.i omii t(f.i.jt' it Willi tiii'ii' eu
oin. Tiuv i iuuiuntirxnont-oiti nntnnririu
iH'Uiu-r hlmii iitt-rv iiMtnyltiliigwtintliirioii tholr
ini i" inlnKii r to their perhajml I'timfurf, Tlioy
Iiutisi' in M-nciuu , umi t'lijoys nn (Xitetltut nuI-
i)nuiiii"i'4 i mi ui nil uiiun iipiwim u ihoi-t-hunt:!'
lluir I ninl Hin vurioiu ralhonil tit" nut h. ty
u lilcii trn i Ili'iH will ho nleiihimtlv ioiii veil lo
unU limn tin1 ri uioclloti tluiiN in dun tfin.'to
Illi- t Ult-'ciil'n. KHOHtV LAUU.
Ul.ulll.l, . MAl'l.l
.11, rr-'t-rli tm.
Tho iilnit ui'll-kiiou'ii hotel litis rici'Utlv liudor-
Kune nul' td(-hanm-Hliiittiiitirnui iirriiimomeiil
unit tUiirt nrU'toramiotuiMMilohU loriuer i-tntm
nnd tlu Imvi'lllim publlo Hint litsuccoinodatlon
lor lin t'omiori ui iiiauiuii.iNitrvw.K't'iiu in now hi
tliocmntry, UN taUlo will nlvvuyM ho foumUup'
i, mn oniy woo iuiuuhiui iouh, uu wiui
In- di llciirlfHOi' I 111. HtittHOll, JllH WtllW Qtld 11
fiuoiH (fxt'i'pl that nonuJnr JlKnorniifu Jtiinwu in
'v'7uir"'. pi.i. . i 'I'd dlrpi fim llio Importlint
hoUKiH, nr.t i-niii-'v uro,uuil fivo from till iol
Honoimdnmn. ii.-1- i'i inkfuirjiii llhcrnl patron-
nuoiuuio ptiM, auu win connuuo 10 mwrvo u in
tht-mturt.. uixuii w. MAruna.
Till. I'lupru'ior in iu4$villlliuuriiii.iii n.' ii'v
m litmil ft liirtft stiii-le o
KUMMI lt IlKrilf4HIir.N'TH,
-l-li 1.11 OVHI-I l.S, HAHlHSCUl, TKIPf. 1H11.UI.NVS
nii.H'ioxm ii, uiuj.Mi i.ans,wi-i'ii''KUi'iir-''.
I.AaKll J1KKH, ATiK, AC.
I'OMK n.M', COMIJ Al.f, AN1 Bl'K.
111. nml inn. Mnyli, HH17.
riMIF. KSI'Y HOTKl.,
11'V, LOI.I MIUA fUfXTV, I'A.
Til i:MiliMilU-riii rt fully lurm ins lils trUnUs
ttllil tlio l ilMlo, Hull liulmsliiK.il t lit- liliuvo ull
UniiiMi lliuisu or rtitiituliiiiiini. ninl Mill Is?
j'li iisi-il In ircelvo tlm iitsti'iu or nil lilm will
IiiN or 111 us w itli il (nil,
III', W1I.I. Kr.KI' A (1001) TAIIl.K,
it llnr wi ll slnrlidl Willi llio Ih1 nf Uquors, uml
om ry i limt Mill lio nimlo In reiulur i iillro Mais-liir-nJiu.
('. 11. HIKnl'.ltll'll.
Kspy, !'., Ainll II, 1H7.
l.llA.Nl.l.Vll.I.l'., COI.l'MHIA UiUNTT, PA.
i nwAiiii nviutr.TT, rnoi'iiiKTon.
i i'u I ..I--1 h-li i i I Mils I ' "-known
A Di'iiioi'i'a.ic Niv.-'pLipci'
IM I'L'l.l.llll 11 l. . .' l'V Mo, .Nl-fll AT
lll.OO. IMIi III-, li:'A.
TIlKprlnolidosoriM . paper .ireof tlio Jetrorwin.
Ian School of ilitlcs. Tlin.c principles wilt ticncr
bo conin omlAwl, yet cottrtciiyaml l;ltitn:HH nlmll
not li mrKottenliKtlfieaKslngthom.wliellierMltli
ludtvtdtinlif, or Willi contonipovarlen of Hie Trow
The uHlty, h.ipplness,and prosperity nf Hie cotin
tryUonrnltn runt object; ntul on the menus to
Hoauro Hint, wo etiall labia hoin.iitly nnd i arnoKtly
for Uielinrmony.tinfxrsflflndftrmvtliof our orgtiii.
Tkhm-i ophuiisrnii'rioxt-Twn dollar a ytar
If paid In udvanc. If notindd lit ndvancu two
dollnn ami illty cent i will bo Invariably ilinige.l,
TKtuif) orAOVRttTistn i Onowinnro(ltn Hues
or less) one or Hit'- inuitlons ?lf; earb bqImc.
qucllt lunrl 1 1 n ( t .
HI'AiK, I 'I.
Twonqii'iKs .. . ' .
Tlireu wjmi'. , ', '
loilr nua t . . .' . i
nnlr eoluii.ii .... I ,iM
One ei'lttiun .... I '
Ksi eutor'H mid A.lmli f
I. JI. IV
II, 00 11,011
i i,o sryu
PI i lo,li.l so,""
i-,. i 20,wi -ni.i'o oo.no
. .. 1... s XollceS.I,li Au
ditor's Notice J'J.7'. ei.r itdveiilsemi nu Imer
ted ncoordjitir loop .nil e.m'i'.iet.
llunlnewtnott. w! '.oilln 1 cltlncmeul.t vretity
eenw jvr line.
'i r .'i -I-nl r.dvc'' . ' - r.t-i ava'ile In rdvnnee.
all "'1 lis dltf alUl ti o.'ii 1 ui It loll.
j ' 1 1 I ,!nni. (i.s 4, mole likely lu b satlfuc-
tuiy, uau lo hubnL.ii.siii auU lu tlis 1'ublUliei.,
I hat i-'iiillliiiii'. sou lull eoiiuauul' 'itlon-. I e-peet-inu
. be I e I'u -.,.!' -i .Ml', II. - ut .M . el to the
olll' i '! publican ii, lll--lt r-, .I i",u 1,'l.ililli!
to I:.- (itlt.iiialor buluesii eotieiui'. ol "." i uper,
and all payments for Bii''.ailpttons, u l . i i-tlsinir,
or Jobblni. uro to lie nmilo to und nildreniied
nrtocacw.vY tit mm:?.K,
Tiiuir 1 at Itobl -oil's lliiITdtnss, nunr tlio Court
c. M. VAMiunm.iri:,
N'eatly crt'cnted III lliln Oulee.
Asliluml, Relutylktll County, Venn'a.
jj M. THAUGII,
A T IllKNtV-A X -1, A W,
llurvc;:, Columbia County, I'enii'ii.
yiLiiLAr ii. Auno'iT,
A TTOIt N !'. T- T.I.A,V
Tl W, JII1.L.KH,
A T TOUS U Y '. T 1. A V .
oiil.v wiiii i:. ii.
Jolnlni: I'osl nm. , .
reunion i collect. .1.
In brick bnllilttis nd
, unties, Iliolc.lMy and
joux cf. niEJ:zE,
A Tin II N i: V-A T.I. A V,
(mice lu Il.'Uls' i an I Tleeordcr's ..flli ", In the
basement ol ti.e Com! Iloitbe, lllnnmsbuii?, I'n,
"joniuvi' v. ci .a uk,
A'l Tti 11 S i: Y-A T-l. A V
Ulllee coriKl- ol :fuin alul MalUllt sll'ii.ls, ovtr
l-'ll-st Xutliiu.il I' ink. IDiKimsbultf, Pn,
A TTO II X i: Y. A T-I A W,
oniaeon Main street, W InU; balldlna below tlio
Court House. Bluoiu
ATTOUN ! V . . Ii A W,
Mil V, I '!('
Wnul.l ttiftiuu IK.- .11
i I l.li .'lii'bliri: ult'l
. .1 lu ,1.. nil klii'luiil
vicinity lluit lio Is niiv i i'f
plating, sliver unsold.
TIOK F i: "U.
Mil '-!. 1 lJ)Kif 51 A S ,
Hu ln toiloui
( , I- 1,1.111V
1 Ui prolWdon or Tub. Vi iidut
tUnl li.- UmuI in I
iHt'-tid h.nll Mn- i
df Ml'lU llifi M 1 VI
H' Itlnou '-.bill,,', I' t
. Mould Ulfoiui Lt IrU uds
"idd, roftdy un I Ht'mi to
!t s or )d (.tilii.i. ivi -oiis
'houldenlt or Utile to him
luiit ' ' 7.
V. H. lJUADIflCY.
i - i 't' 'I .i, Mn--' , .
, . ' A X ii i
- in militia tli'inlcil t
"ill'U-fl, Jull. 1.-. Ii"7
l"'tll 11'i.Ht 1.1'
II IIKIJ", NAUDU-:, ANO Tlli'NK
ic-il -I.. ki In
(WlU-KT-llAUH, AUsKf, H,V-NriH,
iii''r-Ai.(i noni, mui.si'.-lil..uius.li, ac
Hlildi Uu letU iciuliamt lip mn Nil lit lo'i
mil) limn iiny otfier pemn wll"Rilur", I'.x
iniilno tor von rsclvt-s.
Mini, lliit iloor lioluw tlif I'nst XMtfci M.nn
Hin ft, lllixiiiisliurg, I'u.
Nov. I IW. ll
' I'AHUIUS Alir.l)
HUAV1NC1, HATH OUTTIXt!
iimi Wi'lluliyor A Jul'i-l-. 's lio Crciini ISillooli,
lluir iMiilujf mil! Wlili-ltt-is (-oloroil MmU or
lii-uuii, rrulr Tonli- to ill vimy ilninluiit'iinil in-iui.
Illi Inti llio liulri Mill n -lom luilr tiillsniliiliiiil
I'ofor wltholtt iollnn tl" llni'st liibtlcronstiiiilly
on limiil. (ui'il'i'o7.
I-: N T I H T It Y
ltfiii.ilfllllj nltu-- Ills tuoressloiiiil si'l'Vlcos In
tlio imuesmiii hi. iii ii mi i. m iiuioiiisuiimmin i-i-iiiiii.
1 lo Is oioiiin i il to . tit nil tnntltlio iiit
lillHolH'lUlllill--111 lli'-lilli ot llU l'lllfrtSSloil, nml
U ni-ovl.lml .-illl LIn lilll illlliloM'il I'oulKr.ll.N
1'Kl.TII Wllltll Mill In' lll-'ltlil on Kolil nllltlUK,
silM-r una iiililn i- Ii.i-.ii to loolt us m ril ustiiu nut
nun teoin. mi'iii rsuiuuu
nil iiio now ninl
tiiniit illililOViil llll I H il1
mill llll ot'Vllltloui on
tlio ii-oiii tun niuy .'iui t
It.'sl.lniiiio mill (illni
ituriv inn lliiin lo.
llM ftl ... IlllllMI tlio
llourl lfoilsi'. fclllno slili ,
luatiiritijiiiif, jmi.-'i-" n
pawiTicirirKUsi and i.rjmHU
W. M. MOKltOHtsUi.,
nuil ilculouln nil l.n. i- ut
MUoiibUwtUftt llio-iirlirlWJ l Mwomalutu
their i usioin Willi IN(ilt li. nml on loo iliouist
ill,, O Illi. Ill III-.' ' vu i ii
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I'I I .V '
BLOOMSBUllG, PA., FRIDAY, MAY 15,
Kl'OM Till' CFHMAN nl' M'll I T I-KM llfMVI tl'
I!i:avv nml rtuleinn,
A -Imly column)
'I hiuiwlt llic'Ku-cn il)iln they mnrchlmi intnc,
MmMiri'lcBB ttpronil like n, tnble ilrpml
Tor I ho wlKl (trim illeo or tlio I run Rime I
lionk nrr Jtoiit on (ho slinkins griniml.
Hi nrtu Lent loml 1th n linrellntr nouiiil,
HwlH hy tlin brpiwtiillml mutt benr tho brunt
(in Hop the Major (i!onw the front
And ruttoroil they stntut ut thesUrk ronimuml,
And tho nrrloM ttltent hatt.
rruml lit tho IiIiihIi or tho niurnlng towing,
What un tho hill lupi shlncn lu llowlim'.'
"Suo ou tho foman'i banners tnvln?"
Wo seo Ihofoctn.in'M btiiinern wiivlmi
"God bo with yo, chlMttn nul u Ife !"
Italic tnthoiiiusU', thoihuni nml tho llfel
Howtlipy ring thro' tlio ninki wlillo they rou-u
to tho Ktrir.- !
Thrilling tboy nouiul with their kIoiIoih tune,
Thrilling they yn thru" marrow mut bono i
Ilrothcrf, Clod grant u hen thU lirols nVr,
In tho lire to come tlm wo meet otico more,
f-ve Ihoiciuoko, vj tho llghtulut; In ctcfivlnu ni
Hark tho fiuu, ifnl on iiul, how tlioy booin In
their thtimt. rt
I-iijin host to hoit with ktudlltii; sound;
Tho bhoutlug flinal i-iH-U'ti tumid.
Ay, h nut it forth to II i'u or Uonlht
I'lo rnlieady brenlhps the Ineiith :
11m war N vaalng, lam;hler raging,
Atut lutnvy thn' tho ixTklnt jmll
The Iron itcath-dleo r.ill.
Ktwrov they clone, foon upon foes
"lteiwly 1" rrom iuaro to suunre It goon.
Ihey Jut col an one man from il.iuk to il.ink,
Audlhi'.llre fohieHshnipriotutho foremost rank.
Many u hoMIim1 (odoithis Kent,
Many a gap by tlm bulls Is mil :
O'er tho i-orpuo beforo springs tho hindmost man
Hint tho lino m.iy not fall to tho riurloss van ;
To tho light, to thMell.nnd uround ami nrouud,
u-uui wniriH tti hlsuani'i! on tho blooly uKiuud:
Ou4's sunlight l-tqueni'hed lu tho (lery light,
And over tho hoH falls a broudlug night ;
mothers (lod grant when this Ufa U o' r,
In tho lito to come that we meet one, in r.:
I ni d ad in in lu b.ithed Intho wi-lb ring btuod,
And th ll tnguru blent lu tlio tdlppi-ry Hon I,
And tho reoliiH thuy iwllng and hlldin go,
Httunblc tlll on thi- voven that Meeii below.
"What Fti 'M (neChailottiMiiyJ.isifirewell.'
As tin- dying man mtirnntr tho thun'deM swell.
"I'll give O flod I are tholr guns so no.ir ?
Ilocimrniles, you rally, look sharp to the renr !
I'll vlve ihy Charlutlc thy Iat urn-well,
M.vpsoti, when ibnth thlekest doHrendi-th In
Tho irlend llmu lorsakest thy side may regain,"
Illllu'rwai'd, thitherward, reels tin tight,
ll irk nnd more darkly d y glooms Into night ;
lb- th r, (lod grunt when tliltt tiro Is o'er,
In tlio lift! to oomo tint wo meet oneo more."
Hatk to tlio hoof-, iia they galloping go!
The AdJutunt'K tlylng
The horhiiiien pn.ei hard on tho panting fuel
Their thunder booms lu dying I'u hrji!
Totmr hftH seized on tho d.tstnidsnlt,
And thetveolors (all Victory !
C'IriM'il Is tho hi lint of tho glorious thht,
And theluy IUte;neonqujnr bursts mithontjl.t;
Ti limpet und life hwelllng i hoi til along,
'Iholilumph nh e-uly twee pi nnrciilng in -on :
are well, ralieit irotiiers, thniuch tlim illotoner,
Theie'H nnothe. In whl -h we thallnieet you unco
Tli misty fulluwliij,' LovSiiiuliiy,lii llio
yuu- 177-,(Iicro wuh a great fiMllvtil kept
ijyiill tlic.-liociiiaUcirtiii tlio town (if ,
cniillal of out1 of llio Mtiall piiiifiiialllics
in UiTiiiany. It win not llio feast of St.
Crlcnen, Init tlie wetkllnifof l-'ritz Iloel
ber, wlto, on Unit day, e.-pou-eil C'atlia
rlno Vaiiliiirn. Fritz, llio Hpi'iiuest, gay
est, nml most skilful of nil tho young
.-Iioeiiiaker.s in town; Catharine, the
iiU'ltier.1, frcsho-t laiiutlu'ss In its environ-.
Karly in the iiioriiing l-'rlt. presented
hiin-elf at the dour of ills Intended. His
coat, waistcoat and breeches were of en
tiro new cainlet ; ills .stockings were put
on with much cue; lib white leathern
.-hoes littetl neatly ; nutl an enormous
bouquet -luck In his liiitlon-hole,wUh a
profusion of ribbon.-) of all colors.
On herslcle.L'atharlni) hud dressed her
self Inlho white costume of tho bride, j
and wore In her girdlen bouquet of orango
flower-, wlik-Ii .shed on the itisl moiueiiU
of her imddi i) life the last ierlumo of Its
exniring bloom. The bridesmaids, who
tied tho last ribbons of her eors'.ige.ultcr
ed loud crlo.-. as Frit, nil vanved to -itluto
Ids betrothed; they hurried him away ;
tliey dint him un lnanotlicr room. In
vain ditl ho jiray, l;noel-,aiul get angry;
Uiey were inflexible, and did not give
him liberty until tho moment he was to
tid.c t 'at hurl no's hand lo lead herto thu
.More Joyous hearts never pronounced
with more i iiijtaeti iiicnUha vows of lovo
.in I iiialrlniony than ibis pair. I'lltz
I w.i- not rlcliY but had lie nut band- lo
rk,iiud was lie not lliobe-t workman
"fills eliH? They might be poor, but
-till they would be happy. Fritsi loved
I 'alhiuiuo Iieartlly and loyally, and If
tied sent them children ho would wl
bri'.ul also. On returning from ehureh
tlieguei-tsdirected tlu-l r stiqis toward the
faubourgs; tliet e,uuder an arbor that had
moreolIcUri than folhige, the table was
spiead for till. When they were ready to
It down, they pereoIv.il tin' newly-
iiiarrlul Kiiiplehad dl-uppeari'd. Oreat
was the tumult ! They waited until their
tomiielis lost all pallenee. IWdcs, tho
delay n larded the hour for the lull. A
deputation was, therefore, sent to seek
In tho me.iutlme,FrliZiiiul Cntliniitio
wer walklngjoyfully through tliobtreets
on foot, tirm-lii-arm, without falneiiiiaiiu',
without pride, without envy. When they
reached the liett-e, the young wifu open
ed nu old tiiiuk, loaded with heavy cop-
tier ornameiits, drew forth ti now leath
ern euibroltleied purse, and showed her
astonished husband thai It was filled
Itli gold (luetils,
"This Is the prize 1 icscrvcd for you,
dear Fritz. Areyoiinotghidof.lt'.' 1
n-.siire you that purse contains tho value
of ten thou-atid florins."
"How camoyou by this treasure V"
exclaimed tho wondering Fritz. This
question appeared to dlseoiieert Catha
rine. "What do you care, my dear'.' May
wo not receive heaven's gifts without
"Yen," replied Fritz, "if they really
come from heaven ; but It Is precisely
that I wish lo know."
"I tell you that this gold is honestly
mine, or rather your, for I give It to
von," Mild Cutliaiine, with oino vivac
ity. "ISut yd," H.dd l-'rltz'lt Isueces-ary
lo explain to mo -"
Loud bursts of liiughler in tho next
i oeiii bid rrupt 'd hi speech. Tliey were
1 ' nocklii" violently at the door.
"It Is our friends seeking us," said
1'rlt z, not without f-oniu Impatience.
"I hctsjeli you, Cutharino, leave
"Not now," die replied. "Another
time, If you uru prudent, If you lovo
your wlfo well, mid ubovo nil, uro not
"And Krllz, whero Is l'rltzV" asked
"Let us carry olftho hrlda," wild tho
grooinsinnii i "and I'll answer for It
Frit will not bo long In Joining us."
The author of tho proposition seized
Cathailnc'.s 'iirni, and lod her oir lu
triumph, nmld tlio acclamation of thu
troop whlsh followed In her train.
Frit, troubled himself very lltllonbout
their departure. Fortune had already
taken away his galoty,prcpar!ngubo to
deprive lilm of ills happiness. IIo took
tho purse; his eyes diluted at sight of the
ducats. Tlio metal shono splendidly In
tho sun. The clllgy of llio sovereign
seemed to sinlio on Fritz from lt gold
en setting, nnd to promise him a thous
and unknown Joys,
Ills Imagination then ropre.-ented,
insteudof tho ducats ho wascontempln
ting, a shop well tilted with customers ;
Catharine enthroned behind a counter of
ebony; the fa-hloiiable.tho lords.lhrong
ing around '.tho beautiful laundress, tlio
youth lnjtho town 1 oflegliigliissliop.nutl
ruining themselves In sliocs On her
part, Catharlno in.sen-iblo to all litis ho
mage, had tenderness and looks only for
tho Fritz. As for hiinelf, dre.cd In a
coat with largo skirts and steel buttons,
ho would walk through town with tho
tately gravity becoming u rich nnd
Inllitetillal incrcliant tlio workmen, his
old companion, fainting lilm wltii hu
mility, while be would give them a
protecting and benevolent salutation lu
return. To seizcln passing tho linage so
deceitful, lie tlint.-thls hand eagerly In
to the purse, and folt tinning the ducats
a little roll of paper, which ho hastily
took out. It was a billet, containing
words well -lilted to bring back ills
mind to real It -.
"Hear and well beloved i atharlne "
Fritz rubbed his eye-, but lie had icttil
Dear and well b"loved Catharine, I
send you soino duc.ils, for llio u-o of
which you spokelo ino ye.stet-dnyjwould
my angel, that I had dlvino presence
(hat 1 might anticipate your smallest
wl-hes. Sliall I everboablo to leturn
tho happiness you have given mo since
the conmieui'iMiientof our love'.' Adieu,
dear ('nlh.u'lne;,U is not your l'lliue who
embraces you ; II Is the first, Hie most
devoti d of your servants."
This billet Was signed with the naino
of tlie iclgnliig prince, ub-oliilely like
his slgnatiue In proclamatloiH and
law-. Tlio poor husband lost Ids wits
on reading it. Kelzcd with ti kind of
frenzy, he ru-hetl oiitofthohou-o with
out Ids lial. tlio pitr.se In his hand, nnd
lu this plight appeared In tho ball-room,
At siglitof him, anil his cries,tho waltz
ing was Interrupted. Fritz stopped bo
fore CttlhnriiiCjhis eyes liaggard.nml his
elolhes In dl-order.
"Sliip,ml-erable woman," cried lie.ln
n volte of thunder; "lake your gold;
keep i I, to lead n merry life with your
equals; I do not want the price of Infa
He Ihrew down the purse ut Catliu
rine'H feet. She cauglit hold of his
"Fritz," .-aid she, in tear.--, "my dear
Fritz, what have I done'.' What mean
your frightful word-'.'"
Fritz, clinking Willi anger.could only
" The prince unhappy woman. Do
you remember tlie prince'.' Do not touch
'', do not come near me; got out ofniy
lie repul-ed Catharine so rudely that
die fell among the frightened wallzers.
They lifted her up fainting, and, while
Btmie were rubbing her temples with
vinegar, others were interrogating lilm
with more etuio-lty than discretion.
When Catharine recovered her sen-es,
she looked around for l'illz ; on teeing
that he hud dl-appeaied, she coven d
her face with her hand-, und sobbed bit
terly. It did not want much more to
convince many that she was culpable.
Tht'i''' biike upsllcntly. CaUinriiie.ro
coiidiietid to her dwelling by the mo-t
compa--loii.ile of her guest-, was aban
doned to her despair, with Inr pui-i'
tilled with gold, which die had it i lii-t
looked upon a-Hi' -'iiuivi' of. ill her en
A.s Fill, did not hear anything of his
wire.during tlio two years that followed
this event, we shall content otir-elves in
relating the hi-toiy of his life during
After tlie violent neno which laid, Inn
liiailiier.brokeu Ihcmairltigoof Frllz.he
left the town, walking at rand nm, caring
not whither ho wont. N'.ght found lilm
weary, and In need ol nsf. Kutcringii
tavern, lie called for wlue, and dr.iuk
cup afi' r cup, with the ill-traction of n
man overwhelmed with nilsfoitttue.
Frit. uo;er reinenibered how lie related
hi- -on-own to ono of the ciimpauy he
found there. Xelther could howiy how
It happened that this man chanced to
bo -cited at lih table, and drank with
him. Xof.cjinld ho ever explain how
ho 1iad bofln prevailed upon to sign u
paper, nor how ho repulsed the gold of
fered him; and especially how, after
having dent In tho open Held, by tho
sldonfiifosso, ho had found himself in
a barrack when ho awoke.
It Is certain that It was with decided
feelings of repugnance, but perhaps be-
nii-o ho had no other clothes, that ho.
was Induced to put on nbiilt of uniform,
and lake a military cap. When they
handed Iilmthocockndo with tho colors
of tlio prince It was Imposdblo for lilm
torepresshlsjitst indignation. Wear tho
color of tho prluco on his head! At
this thought Frit, felt It would bo an Ir
reparable shock to hU dignity. Ho toro
It in pieces, and trampled It under Ids
feet. Unfortunately, this action did not
cscapo tho vigilant eyo of tho corporal.
Frit, was coudoiniied to recclvo fifty
Inconsequence of this paternal correc
tion ho was obliged to reninln In tho
iiilliiiuii'v six weeks, whore ho iiindo
salutary reflections upon tho utility of
dl-clpllne. Nevertheless, tlio pains ho
felt about his back did not uvort his
moral mnlady. Fritz protested, by hl.s
taciturnity, against e.verclso nnd tho
delights of tho wooden bowl ; but ho
profited by tho lesion of obedience that
had been so Judiciously administered
(o him, untl henceforth ilUtliigul-licd
himself by tho greatest exactitude In
At this llmo Fritz's country was at
war with France. Ills regiment was
soon ordered to the frontier ; but before
his departure, ho had tho glory of be
ing mado n corporal. Whether ho felt
himself unworthy of this honor, or be
cause his mind was embittered by mis
fortune, ho did not full to nttlbuto this
favor to tho influcnco of tho prince, and
ho shuddered to think what It costhim.
It Is but Just to say, that, notwithstand
ing his grief und palu, hu expected eve
ry day some news from Catharine. Her
silence in regard to him confirmed him
still more lu tlie conviction of her cul
pability. Fritz did not reflect that m
tho two months ho had passed lu the
country ho had spent some six weeks In
bed and that on his departure his su
periors hardly know tho naiuo of their
1 rltz fought with tho energy of anger
nu t tho courago of despair. IIo wished
to give vent to his rage, untl his ene
mies .Mill'ercd for Catharine's, infidelity.
Still it did not prevent tlie prluco from
losing tho buttle. Tito timidity of tho
troops,who gave way.was.n new motive
for rewarding the constancy of those
who remained at their post. Fritz was
decorated nnd imulo nu olllcer. Tills
honorand promotion wasnnothor source
of bitterness to him, becau-o ho could
not help attributing it to Ills wife, and
lie imagined that every grade, like the
fatuous, well-filled purse, was paid by
"Alas I" said ho to himself, "were I
to acquire a now grade'.every day at this
rate, where should I stop'.'"
lu fact, Fritz did not stop. Heshow-
eil -uch extraordinary courage, that at-
tcnllon wa- always directed towards
Mm. When ho became captain, he re-
olvcd lo leave tho service, for ho did
not consider himself capable of filling
high office. It was iiotyvlthout great vio
lence to his feelings that he wrote ti re
spectful application lo his prince, re-
(pie.stlng his di-ml-siil. I rllz nwalletl
tho reply with tinxiely, for he feared
Catharine would bo opposed to Ids re
turn to ills former mode of life. Hap
pily ho procured his dismission without
dlfilcully. The prince wished lo retain
good soldiers ; but ho wi-lted still more
lo dl-iio:e of Ids promotions In favor of
his minions. An iiid-dc-camp ol ids
liigliue-s took the trouble to pay a visit
to Captain l-'rlt., -ami tell lilm Unit his
request was granted. To l' t him at peace
with his conscience, which reproached
him for depriving himself of Fritz's
services, tho prince ordered llvo lulu
died ducats to be given him from his
private coffers. Tills sum was counted
out to lilm the very day on which ho
sent him Ids brevet. At tlio sight of the
gold Fritz clenched hlshauds.iuuKccni
cd as If lie meditated tho project of
strangling the payer. Hut his military
training had singularly modilled his
scruples. IIo tool; tho gold without lib-
Juilng his rancor. After taking leave
of his comrades, at a banquet, in which
nil vexations were drowned In tho bot
tle, Fritz -et off for his native town,
from which ho had been ab-ent about
War had spared our hero, although
he had never spared itlin-elf, Fritz
returned to his wife like a dutiful and
loving spouse. On tlie way ho thought
of Catharine's beauty, of tlio love sho
had .-liowu him, and lie thought that
perhaps it was better to bo happy and
lie deceived, Ihau to be unhappy from
knowing toomueli. Ho said, in a whis
per, that letters were really too Indis
creet, und that husbands would h. hap
pier if lovers babbled le.-1.
I'he-e remembrances anil llie-o
thoughts conducted Frit, to the house
occupied by Catharine, anil, while say
ing to himelf he would never enter Its
doors, he found hiin-elf rapping fur ad-nils-ion.
It was Catharine her-elf who answer
ed his knock. Hut how changed! .Tears
li.nl worn long ftirt'owstiround her eyes ;
Iter checks Wits pale and thin ; sllll -lu-
Ma- pivlty. She Marten wlih -urpii-e
on perceiving her Im-band, held out
her arms, ullere 1 a cry, and fell, faint
ing, on Frit.'- Iio-oiii.
Frit, was touched wl'lt a feeling of
tenilei'iie-.s, lie carried his wife lo a
fauteiill, and felt very much dl-posod
to pardon her. One thought yet res.
"What good has It done," thought
lie, "lo have worn tho livery of the
State for two years, to have bivouacked
and marched through the mud, slept
ill the open nil".' Shall 1 now pardon
my wlfo'.' Why nut have p.irdnucd
At length Catharine opened her eyes
and became con-clous.
"'Tis you at last!" she o.Nclidincd,
Hinging her arms round her hil-baud's
neck. "You have come hauk again i
you lovo me yet'.'" "
Her grief was Mjtriio.licr.lo.vhD great.
Frit, was deeldcdlojtonod.
"Yes niiidain.'l fiavo returned. As to
loving you yet, Jmiid forget n certain.
puree of gold."
"Yes, that gold,"crIed Catharine. "I
know very well It was that which mado
yog angry. Ilul I have not touched it
tSlio ran to tlio trunk, drew out tho
purho, nnd Hunglt through tho window
into the river that ran by tlio house. It
was done so quickly that Frit, had not
tlmo to prevent her. lio leaned out of
tho window, sadly enough, andhiiw the
rippling of tlio waters dlently closing
overthotreabiiro plunged lu Its bo.-oni
"Xow," said Catharine, "you tee you
havo no reason left for not loving me.
"I seo," bald Fritz, illy concealing a
kind of disappointment, "that you havo
thrown your money Into tho river, but
1 do not eeo how that prodigality ex
plains tills billet,"
"Tills letter, written by the hand
whlcli sliriis promotions uuil brevets
tills letter, which I found in tho ptir.so
Which you havojiist thrown out of tho
"A letter from the prluco!" said
Catharine in nstonldimciit.
"From whom should It be'."' cried
"Tho letter was not to me."
"Indeed 1" replied i-'rltz. '"Dear and
well-beloved Catharlno' are not tlieso
tho words addressed to you? nnd the
purse, was Hint not addressed to you ?"
"I do not know tho prince," said
Catharine weeping. "I have never
even won lilm ; tfiogold was sent me
by my aunt."
"What!" replied Fritz, thunder
struck, "your aunt is, then"
"Alas! yes," said Catharlno; "my
aunt's name is Catharine, but now she
Is called tho l!uronc--s 1! . My fath
er told mo, on ills death-bed, never to
see hor, or to rccch'o any thing frjin
her. Many limes sho tried lo make
mo some presents ; I havo always re
fused ; but this lime, on account of our
marriage, 1 thought I would accept for
your h-ako. if I did wrong, did it mer
it leaving mo so cruelly V"
Then," said Fritz, "It was not you
to whom tlio prince sent this billet and
"No, indeed ; it was to my mint,"
replied Catharine, weeping.
"It was not to your liilliicncc, then,
that I was mudocorpoml, then decora
ted, nnd liuule fit j t it 1 u , nftor having
"Xo, hut perhaps It was owing to my
"Triple fool timl I am !" crkd Fritz,
slriklng his forehead and hwearlng
frightfully. "Fnllsllng, nnd giving up
my coniml-slon, and Catharine's- fling
ing my money out of lite window !"
I rllz fell into n uwnon. The caresses
of ills wlfo restored him, nnd for a mo
ment they forgot their misfortunes in
one long embrace. Fritz then wished
to know why ho had never heard from
'After you disappeared, I spent six
weeks In seeklngyou, but I could learn
nothing of you."
'1 passed that time in Hie hospital,"
'Thou," resumed Ciitlinriiio,"niy poor
old mother fell sick, and I watched and
took care of her until her death. After
wards 1 began my earclt again. I learn
ed that you had enlisted, and Hint your
regiment had left Hie country. I would
havo followed you but I was poor, and
I took good e.uo not to aggravnto my
fault by addressing my aunt. In res
ignation I walled and in hope, mid at
last you have returned."
The result of this explanation win a
full and perfect reconciliation. Nothing
was wanting to tho liappiiu-H of Fritz
and Catharine until poverty knocked
nt their door. Catharine had lost her
employment In searching lifter her hus
band ; ns to Fritz, dnco lio had been a
soldier he was no longer good for any
thing. The llvo hundred ducats of tho
prince .supported them for a time, but
itwastoon exhausted. One morning,
when there was neither lire, nor bread,
nor money lu tlio house, Fritz thought
of plunging himself into tho river;
('oubtless to llnd the gold his wife had
Hung then'. Arrived nt tlie shore, nnd
Just ns ho was going to Jump in, he
chanced to look on the opposite side,
and saw on the wall of the quay tho
"A purse, containing tefr thousand
ducats in gold, has been drawn out ol
the water In this place. Tho owner can
have It by calling on tlio fisherman
I.uthvlg, nt tho new faubourg."
Heading this prevented Fritz from
carrying his suicidal Intentions Into
execution, and he immediately set out
for tlio abode of l.udwlg. It is le'edless
to say tlio honest fisherman returned
the whole purse. Fritz nt last realized
his flr-l air-castles. He hired a liand
somoshop, lu which he installed his
wife behind an ebony counter. I lappi
ness restored Catharine's beauty, and In
n short lime Fritz's shop became the
rendezvous of till the young folks In
town. Our hero made his fortune, and
promenaded through tho streets in hi
coat Jwltlt steel buttons, gold-headed
cane, and hail his place on the lieiich of
church-wardens, liefore his death lie
filled the Important olllco of alderman, i year; that no deer, fawn or elk shall be
and was on the point of obtaining let ' hunted or killed between tho 1st of De
ters of nobility. M'wtt ol llmnf. , comber and the 1st of September lu any
A Colli, Ilf.sliAMl. -i'lioiv i- one
sensible married man in this Slate,
lie Is a soldier, and juis reported lo
have lieen killed, but was only u pris
oner. He relumed home to Hud that
Ills wlfo had turned over a new leaf In
the marriage scrvic, and Hint another
man occupied his seat lu the chimney
corner. Did he go lo work slaughter
ing the fal.-e wife untl new husband'.'
Not much. He walked in, and said:
"Well, old gal, how Is tilings'."'
"l'utty good, Hill," said the doubly
married woman, not taken aback great
Iv. "Which do you prefer, tlie old or tlio
She hesitated fur an in-lant, uml then
"1 don't like lo hurl your feelings,
but but "
"Oh, spit It right out. Don't mind
my feelings nor tho oUer clyr. 1
won't no nugry n you come ikiwi n in-
tie rough on my vanity. CounTou me
being amiable. I won't cut jip rusty If
you should go back on inc."
"I'm giaii yoirre mi iiioiiguiiiii, mn
and I acknowledge that 1 do llko my
present husband best; but If anything
should happen to lilm, 1 know nobody
elso 1 would so so iii join fortunes with
again as you."
"That's tho way lo talk. I'll now
bid you good-bye, Unplug Unit no acci
dent will happen to tho other fellnw.nnd
that ho will live long to enjoy your de
lightful society, flood day."
And tho careless liu-baud traveled off,
with his knapsack on his back, whist
llng'in cheery, dear tones, "Tho girl 1
left behind me."
"1 Think," said a wlfo who could
not agree with her husband"! think
Mr. Jibbs, wo had better divide the
house, on shall live on one side and
I on the other," "Very well my dear,"
replied he; "you take tlio outside, and
; I I'll have the Inddo."
I'KIOH FIVE 0ENT8.
cram IMA, April 2lfC.
A man In America should nt least
recclvo n living remuneration for his
labor, but It Is otherwise here, the work
Isslcady enough but the wages are too
sninll. The living of man compared
with the times Is such that even tho
most casual ob-trver ean hardly refrain
from letting- It come before tlio public.
The state of things Is very depressing;
gloomy, and discouraging to the poor;
for the wages of each working man
average somo where in the neighbor
hood ol nlno dollars per week. If ho
makes what wo call full time ho re- -eclves
$10,51 thoro being working
days generally In a mnnth,but hero wo
allow nothing for accidents which arc
well known to bo no strangers to Col
lieries and tho;ilke. Most of tho men
count or call It a good month If they
make 'M days and for this they recclvo
'Ml. This Is nil his Income now for his
oulgocs. To show how depressing this
are wo will give tlio living and condi
tion of the single nml married man sep
arately. We have seen above that nmnn
receives per month, he pays $i"i for
boaid, ten dollars for a pair of working
boots, and three and four pairs of those
in n year, because tlio work on thorn is
very heavy and rough, together with
Hie sulphuric water acting on them
which gnaws them away like gangrene
with the flesh. Now wo find him left
with only one dollar lo meet all other
demands. Is this a living salary V Al
so It Is called u very good year If he
works nine months. Xow for a view
of Hie married man. It Is here we find
Hie awful cha-ni of starvation. IIo Is
surrounded with helpless care, shiver
ing with the Void winter's bla-t and
crying for food. The winter Is ap
proaching fast on many a poor family
in llilsjglorlou.sjmdfrce Amerlca,and he
has not 100 pounds nf breadstuff to meet
it. Here is u question that is noway
intricate: Can a married man live and
support his family on t?W3 per month?
This man is most likely to have five or
six helpless, responsibilities depending
onhlmfora livelihood, together with
the monstrous operator and his dlsln
tcrchtcd store-keeper (by the way who
extracts every penny that tho sweat of
his brow may provide.) Fach operator
generally lias a great many houses
(called Company hott-es,) very good no
doubt, in one respect, and tho married
men that work for tills operator tiro re
quired to live lfi his hou-cs, nutl pay
lilm the rent he pleases to ask, for it Is
the first that Is stopped out of his wages .
Next, ho Is required to deal ill the
store that Is connected with the Colliery
either directly or Indirectly. It makes
but llttlo difference how they may have
11 an nuged between Hietti, we llnd the
logical conclusion to be that the sluve
has to leave tlio greater part of his wa
ges therein. And besides that, they set
their own prices for their goods, viz:
from .'! to fi cents advance per pound on
groceries, nnd the same in proportion
on dry goods. And if they do not com
ply with the wishes of tho-e men, they
lire discharged. Jfany families, I havo
hi ard say, while dealingln the-o stores,
they could hardly keep themselves In
bread mid mola-ses without running in
debt. So it is hard to say whether they
mo any better off than were the slaves,
except in the selling and voting line.
Wo have Irish Landlordism here. Tlio
Government would perforin a charita
ble duty by reversing tho Fi'eeduiun's
llureau and sending it to tho poor of
tho North, and let tlio so-called whlto
fr;eiiien havo u suck of Hie tit. Tho
cause of these Hmrs is known by near
ly all, and 1 will not dare to offer a rem
edy, 1 will leave that for more Influen
tial and wiser heads. Alii wi-hlsto
give a slight view of the comparison of
the times nml tho condition of tho poor
man. .1. .1. C.
A ni:w (iAMi: i, aw. The Legislature
of this State has p.i ed a very string
ent law fur tlio preservation of Oame
and Insectivorous birds. The hill pro
vides that it shall not be lawful for any
peron within the Conimoiiwealtlt to
shoot, kill, or In any way destroy any
blue bird, swallow, martin or other In
sectivorous bird at any season of the
j.ar; that no wild tuiiiey, plieasani or
rabbit sliall be hunted or killed between
the 1st of .limitary and tlie 1st of Sep
tember lu any year; that no partrigo
or quail! shall be taken or killed be
i twecn theilhof 1'ceiiiberand thoiOth
of October; no wood cock or snipe
sliall be killed between the 1st of March
and the 1st of September; that no wild
turkey, pheasant, partridge, quail,
wood-iock or snipe sliall bo trapped or
take t by means of traps, snare-nets,
springs or other nivalis of taking such
birds, oilier than by shooting, at any
li'n , whatever, nor shall tiny trap, net
ii.- snares be made, erected or set either
wholly or In pari, for the purposo of
-mil trapping or taking ; that no eggs
of any kind of llio birds above enume
rated nnd hereby declared lo be game,
or any iiiscctlverous birds, shall be ta
ken ordin'royctl at any time.
lliTw It ('ami; Amu T.Theieuie no
doubt many persons who are curluus to
know the catiso of the strabisinal condi
tion of lteast llutlcr's ejo.. The fol
lowing llttlo "poem" tells tho story
most admirably :
How spoony IIi:n (ii)TCuiiss-i: i;n,
l.ttilo lli'imy HutU'i-
Kit uii Iii Ills cli.tlr,
l.noUllii; o'er tlio tnblo
It ruiy spoons woro tlii'to
un oiit'li stiloof llotiny
I'molosn n simon was tossoil;
lio trlcit Iti M-rttrlitlioni liotli
AiuI-mi lils eyes woio crossoil.
Tin: F.nglisli war In Abyssinia has
resulted in tho death of King Theodor
us, tlie capture of his nrmy and chief
titles, nnd tlio release, of the captives,
which was the main object of tho expe
dition. Tho event causes great Joy In
F.ugland. Tho F.nglisli Army will nt
Til Aiinias Sti:vi:xs tnysSlmon Cain
erou would not steal a red hot stove,