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(oSpubllshiHl'revory Prlilny morning
,2;ih6:cdlinnbn,n Jlintdltig i(nr tho
jiirl Houmi, by.itut.
'ntt A'hi .v.n ' ii ' ti n n ri it w a v.
iiEaitdW :,titia '.Pt'oprlotor.
wo dollars n voar. la.Vn
Mfnti ti.ttnT.4i-iiTr til ilnDnotiJIniio
ltimltnjl wi 111 I nniti.tlfMM lllltl dlftlllltch.
U, JtliUUnHfiUHU UllilWlUKl.
ii bTOVIAND TINWARE.
.r:.VI nir.w., "mi.t a bhiu. .lUMi.ie, fnnu
jiLyVf ft' V? i . ?
5. M.'lltJPKnT, 'slovcrt una tlmrnro, Unpen
g, 't Mntn ill.. vcst of Market, vl-iitl
ff LOWKNUElld, lncfcnauitnllor, Main at., l
uoor uoove.Aiuerican nouse. i-n.
drugs, chemicals, ac.
SoYER 11HOH., druggists nil uilliccnriis.
tS P. LtlTZ, druggist ami apotheciuy, Hubert
l, liloclt, Main at., westof Market. vl-u41
S CLOCKS, WATCHES, AO.
? .luivelrvac. Main Street near West HI. v:inl5
9. ...... :..:v. ...
'M'taltVouiS llEUNtAIMJ..walcli ami clock maker,
. . iioarsiluthcaatcorner.Malnnnd lronsl.vl-nl.l
'r-t . ' i
",wvJ E.SAVAtJP., ilpaliV'fii "clock, watches and
Itc1iLt.. Jowo'ry. JlalUMit,, iJuV below Aniorlcim
Sin, -J ' ,. ". 'V-. - -
,, OATIIOAUT.watcluiud clock maker, .Market
KS'. tM below MltllU , ;v
!oijtS" boots and shoks.
'i11'' M. I1UOWN, b.KitiimUhocliml!er,MalllKtri et
Lli nppiwlto UourHlomie, vl-nl'l
1Tl and HliiiM,5lalliRt.l'opiiiMlt Kplwipulcliuri-li
'T.ipill.lNHY KLK1M, ftlannfactiircr and dealer In
.,., b.Kuunil hIiui.h, groceries etc., Kait lllooms-
ort fSj 8t' '''' '' v '
taWAVIlTnOTTiool Wi'd.'hoemilker, .Main t.,
ul.below llartmai store, )retor.Mail;etstreet.
log II J, U-i
KVAN8.M. D. surisconaud pliyslelan soulli
..'frl'to Main st., below MarkoU vl.n
u- F. ltlimeysu'riteondentlHt, teeth extrucl
!f!il wltliout pain. Main St., nearly opposite
it,"jjg'copal Church.. , ,, vl-ut(i
naiiiK). M'KELVY, M. D. surgeon aud physician
"piunortli side Main St., below Market. vl-uU
nlT. , : ,
n, r0. nUTTEll, M. ,Di. surgeon and riiyslelau,
Je.'lS'Mttrkol sV., above Main. . vl.uU
fJ$H- II. O. HOWEIl, surgeon dentist, Main su,
.ri,.l'bove court house,i a. vl-nl.t
i j ... i I
iW.'r. Wra. M.ltober.'Snrgeonnnd I'liyslelan.Kx.
;thange lllockover Webb's Hook store. 3-aH
SSHSu. UOniBON, Attomcy'-at-Law, Olllco llart
h&S m,,u'" building, Main street. vi'-na)
Ymi"1' 11 IKEI.EK, Attorney-at-Law.Olllce, ad iloor
urlliil i lu Exchange Illook, neat Uie "Exchange Ho
..foTita' 1 v'""
ndTrni - 1 '' """r''i';t; 11
Tg'i i i yfE n-X' & iS.0Y aoopa.
mTraiHS. E. KI.1NE, Millinery' and Fancy Goods.
, leta Main Btreet below Market. vimO
ns IrtTtl LIZZIE BARKXEY, milliner, Uamsey
t,liriiu,.iullulnB, Main st. vl-n u
dultislBM A. 1, WlillD, fancy fcoods, notlnnH, bonks,
.UO n,s.tAtloueryi Exchange block Malnatrcct.
. mail ' " vl.ull
n?ti?i? lETiUMAN,! inllllnerjr'and fancy goods op
g'poaltg Episcopal chnrcli, Main st. vl-ni3
i'StH, JUtlA A. A BADE DAUKI.KV, ladles
'".IluSjloaksanil dress pattern,' southeast corner
andWu" uud wcsllit. i ' ' v,-uW
Si Sf KsH M. numtlCKSON, millinery and Vanoy
,,,"'00(18 Mallst.,npposlUi Uonrl House, vl-ull
M)w.if tM- M. II. EUUMAN, milliner. Mu In st., below
miiartinan's store, west, of MatKut st. vnl.)
j3i:MIKrtto HAUMAN millinery and laucy
,i, ' joods, Main streetjust below American house.
AM HOTfll AND SALOONS.
TiCii .EACOCK, oyster andeatlng shIihiii, Ainerl
'au House, Main St., llaltxer TauuhIi sllpurlu
rx unnieut. vl-ins
"f!!'5l)jtYEirA JACOHY.vconfectlonry, bakery,
v.imm ami oyster saloon, wholesale and lelall.Ex
I? 1'K.V.WKu block, Main stj vl-uKI
UNO tux A WEU1I, confectionery, bakery, and oys
Tralnv r saloon, wholesale and retail, Exchange
it " vl-ni)
leUCIIANUE !IOTEI;,-by Koous t Clark, Main
,., upHjkitu court uuu8e. Vl-lllf
Sk. IKHIOAN II0UME,by'J011N I.KACoi'k, .Main
ittbma1,1 VtMl ?' ? ron Btr,e,V'"7 vl-lll:l
tMSa&KH HOTEI4 by a. W.-Maumkii, east end of
uxuEZ!Mn V ' . v1'""
InAiiniiilfTOHNEH, refrcslnuiiil xalisui.Malu st.,lul
",M;ibovo courthouse. - vl'utl
VH". hauga hotel. ' ' vl-hlj
idciiiilEUCHANTS AND O11O0K1W.
illadelpUtAUODS, Coulectlouery, grueerles etc. Mulu
cuwluv-t.. below lion . . vl-ntb
, .1. M1I.LEH, duler lu dry goods, groceries,
A. LI I.1U.IM Itn,, unit ..I..
nJent ltml,go block', Maln'street, ' vl-uU
ILR0iJ,CI':I'VY NEA1. It' Co.',' dealers In diygooils,
v' A ijiirocerlcs, . Uuur, feed. salt, llsh, Iron, nulli.,
au'roaJi ",,r'beust corner Main and aiket st, vl-nti
ins. UJ.lIOWEH, huts and caps', boots and shoes.
,pcrU t'Maln St., above Court House, vl-ulJ
ovn. MAKH, dry goods and-riotlons, southwest
corner Matu uud Iron su. vl-n 1J
U. MEKSIIOI.T, dealer lu Dry Uoods, Gro
sa. series, Uoqis Hhoes, 4c,corucr main aud Iron
u. .cts . va-u.w.
13, iUIWII 11,111; KWU!I,EIUI
.tiv Jant lain and Court House ullev
MtOWEU. dry uoods. groceries, itc. coi uer
I Mn miiJun,.nu;.HMiDattuiiB,iiic,uu,iiiKiiiiu
'Pjitatlonery, MaluBt,below Market vl-ull
vSrifiil II'LIAM EIIA8MU8, ooufectlouerleu, .Malu
unk. st., near the railroad. vl-uU
-ecn - - - -OEO.'lHNDr.NIIALL,
general stock of merchau.
lUouud lumber, comer, uf Malu street and
" . jlck rood. , . vl-nti
ItOUltlNR. dealer In drv irtHkls eieerles etc.
llvu's block. Main St., belowliou vl-ul.t
3,flIM . i, ... i.Ii.i. .
,:. OIllTON, Groceries & liovlslous, Main
,'ortn. 'reel below Market " vl-uH
rrlve I.UTZ dealer In choice dry goods, uud
in. i.uottons. Malu st., opposlto court house.
10.10 A Vlnl3
10.05 lc. EYER. groceries and general merchandise
!. iJalusU. above West. , vl-ulJ
s'll) icllAMElt A A. E. ilAYiniltST. Healers lu
7.M Uincerlcx, Courectlonerles mid Notloim,
01 V('wu, south side, two 'doors aUie llrobbt's
ave i-".jimaK'rsuop. -t v -ms.
IE4 (JADMAN.i Cabinetmaker nud thnlr.
-Tuker rooms ot Muln street. :i n'.'l
JTv. M. OliniRTMAN; saddle.tiunk and harness
etk W inker, opposite Episcopal chunh Jlalnsl.,
-..f.jiofl ' - .in Is
U lu j ,
"'mV. COItEI.ti. furnllnre rooms, tlneo stor
msr",,rirlrk on Main St., wostof Market st. vl-ul
mSnHiy T1IORNTOV, wall paper, window shades,
oravfnin&t'l II x lures, Rupert block, Main st. vl-ull
ESfwImllF, . ..... ... i. -
..IIOHENKTOCK, phologrnplier, Exchange
UTllWA'lock, Main St., opposite court house, vtuD
MonW' '"JvSaM i'LE A CO. JIaclllnlsts.'Fji.t lllisiins.
U l'lllb-" .urg near rallroiul. Castings made at short
Huodaf "'-in- -machinery made and rtpulred. Ti-uSI
,adeliifft7r-- ,- , -
ierall'i,'1ll"'s ai'tey, back of American hr ise. vl-ull
"' B1!L. IIIIH.HM AN. Aaent Mnnson's Cnniier Tn
.... .Ki'iar.Llghtnlug RikI. v'J-nlll
.. OHTKIt. Ulue Maker. and Whlfe nn. I Inucv
M"t Jaiiuer.Hcotliiwu ' vl-ui;
fiMniiirim 'T.iti.iiiii.ii ivi ifl.iiir..niii..u,u
. . ' dealers In Lumber, of ail kinds, planing
LOAN iearlhe rall-road.' vl-niu
' .'".'(ifillS''1'''! marblo works, liiarsolllhwi
M, Bl)UUi,'irnor Main aud Market sti. vl-u
...nvA I-illf'LKR.'deater.lii pianos, drgaus uud
WAOO51 1 1 ei mlenus, at G.,W,bore I I's I u rn 1 1 ti i e looms
any ,, - -Vl:1"
U uctk'' 1SH,11I1INH' llmw.aoaler second door from
, henWWl s
donier. At'EACOCl;. Notary Publlo, northisl wirner
JilouUl,,ll," ' Market st.'" vl-uU
r tl ., ' -
A. FtlNHTON. mutual and cusliruli M Hi
arauco com puuy,iiormesi corner niuiuunu
.Trwvrisiuisi. JAinux, wnri'io auu iirowiirione
Ti (iAltlv't! Hl't tiiixiuiauurKi iuiwick rr j. vimiij
..A ' i
, Hi. v.
i ... i ,.
VOLUME III NO. 32.
DR, O. A. MEOAUOEI., Physician and surgeon.
Main St., nsit door to Good's Hotel. V1-UI7
BUIClf HOTEL and refreshment saloon, by
Win, ManU'llcr cor, of Malnand rinost.vlun
ll.tuueisofleuthcr.on Main St., below Goods'
DAVID IIKUUIMI. Flour ntul Grist Mill, and
Dealer lu grain, Mill Hlreel. vl-u.7
BOWEU A IIEURINU, dealer In dry goods,
gimcilcs, lumber nud gcnerul Merchuudlso
MiiTii st. vlul7
JOHN KHYMIUE, saddle nud huruessmuker
Main st., above the Hwun Hotel. vl-u!7
T & K. w7lOMiMAlt7 Merchant tailor and
A. Gent's furulshlng gisids, Main HI., licit door
to tlio brick hotel, V1-U17
J AM EH II. IIAUMAN, Cabinet MoUor, aud Un
dertaker. Main HU, below l'liie. vl-n!7
II. & C. l(i:illNER.Ulacksmllhs,on Mill
Ktruet, ncur l'luo. V1-UI7
WILLIAM DEIXINO Hhocmnkeraud munufac
Hirer of Urlck, Mill Ht., west of l'lue vlnlJ
I KWIH II. RCHUYLEIl, Iron founder, Machln
ljut,and Manufactutcrof plows, Mill Hl.vl-u
MILES A. WILLIAJIH A Cil.,Tanliersand Man
ufaclurors of leather. Mill Htreot, vl-nl7
II. IIEHItING A llilO'l lIEU, Carpenters and
llullders, Main Mtrrvt, below l'lne. vl-n
SAM lir.L HI I A ltl'LF.SM, Maker or the liny hunt
Uialn Cradle. Malu Ht. v2u5.
JM, IIAHMAN, smhlle and harness maker
. Ornngevllle, opposite Frame church, vlinll
proprletor,soutlieaKtcoruer Main and Hecoud
Q 1). RINAUD, dealer lu stoves aud tin-ware.
u. .iaiu nireet.
WM. II. AHIIETT, attorney at law, Main .Street.
llLUERTA KLINE, dry goods, groceries, and
J gcuerul merehaudise. Main Stleet v2nl2
LKEILER, billiard saloon, oysters, and leu
cream 111 season Main Htreot, v2-nl2
. Itobblus' Uulldlng.
F. DALLMAN, Merchant Tailor, Hecoud Ht.,
Dlt.J. K. ItUllUINH, Hurgeon and 1'hyslclan,
Hecoud Htn below Main. v2-ul8.
JR. KIHTLEK.-Cuttawtsu House'North West
, Comer Main and Hecoud Streets. v2-nl.
MM. UROliaT, dealer lu Geueral Merchandise,
Dry Goodb, Groceries Ac. V2-U18.
LIGHT tiTUEKT D1KECT0UY.
pKTKH ICNT, dottlor lu dry goodtt, grocerleu,
x uuur. itjuu, Huii., uhu, iruu, uuhn, aic,
JTlOllWILLIOEIl, Cabinetmaker, Uudortakfr
auU Chatnnulter. vliHti
HP. OMAN A Co., WhufclwrlKUto, Drat dour
abuvo Hchool Iiuuhu. vl-n-tti
JW.HANKKY, duiiler lu Leathor, Hides, Hark,
etc. Cash paid for Hides. vMWU
RS. KNT, ik'tilor lu utovtm nud tin ware lu
all llti branchoH. vl-mu
JOHN A. OMAN, manufacturer and dealer lu
boots uud Hhocs. vlutH,
Olllcu at KulIcr'K IluUl.
ATf. 1UVIKK. Mudlcal Ktoru Main Ht. and
s Uriarcrt'flc Uoail.
f 1). WEItKIIEISER, Hoot and Hhoe Htoru
aim inaniaetory. HJiop on Mulu street, oi
loMto htnim Mill.
IJHI'Y H'l'EAM FLOURING MILI, C. B. Fowler,
i 1'iuprletor. Vi-nts
F. REIGHARD, A IIRO., dealera 111 dry goods,
, groceries, at.d general merehaudise. vlftill
ril W. El)GAlt,Kus(uehuuunPlaulug Mill and
J . Uox Manufactory. vl'.'nll
MU.AW, 11. rillOKMAKEH, di-aliiN lu ilry
KiHxtH, urocfrlcK and t-nerul mercliamlUe.
iri bioio in Bouui ruu 01 iuwu. Vi-mts,
JACOllAWM. IIARH1H, dealers In dry goods,
griice rlos, drugs and medicines. First store lu
north ind of town. v -uls.
TACOH A. HW1M1IKK, dtalcr In Hldos, Leathor
(Jltnrkc-lc. MadUon townnlrlp Columbia county
Neatly executed at this Otllce.
QUAS. CI. IJAKKLEY,
A T T O It N E Y A T - I, A W,
Otlleo In the Exehaugo lHilMIng, Hecoud story.
over Whlinyer A Jscoby's Confectionery, Hi com!
door above (ho Exehrnge lintel.
llloouishurg, Jan. I, IsO'J,
jJ JI. L'VELLE,
A TT O R N E Y-A T- I, A W,
Ashland, Hchu)lklll County, 1'euu'a.
Q W. MILLEH,
A T I O 11 N E T A T I. A W ,
Olllco with E. II. Little, lu brick I. nil, Hi. i' ml.
lolulni! l'ost Oltlce. MA llonntli.M. Hal k-l'tiv nml
Pensions cnllectisl, Hep2U'b7,
JOHEHT p. C'LAltK,
A t 1 I) it XH K r A T I, A W
Otlleo corner ot Main and Market streets, over
First National Hank, ltlnomsburg, lu.
Jj II. LITTLE,
A T T ) HIIII1.A 1- I. A W,
Oflllli Cnuit-IIouse Alley, Isilow Ihel'ol.UMlllAN
Q H. imOCKWAY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
4.1-(Is ICR Court HiiiHuAlli v. lielow the fu.
fiuii6i(lu OltUv. ijam'trr.
J li. I'UJtSKTj,
IIAltni, HAZ)lUr., AMI THUNK
and d f iller lu
CAIH'irr.HAdH, VAMH1W, KI.V.NKl-M,
IIUFKAI.U 1UHH--S, llOIMK'ltl.ANICkrm !(,
wbU'li lu UvU conlldciit lib (Mi Kill at lower
raitt tiian niiv oilier iMTBitn in l ciaiiiirv. i:z.
amlnu fur t itiiriu-lw..
HlHip tlrht door Udow tliu lt Ofllco Malu
nucfi. inoonifcuuri;, iu.
J3 O 0 K H T O R E.
The uudcrsguoil, having, lakcu tho rooms
lately occupied by Dr, l' John next door ubovo
the Exchang Hotel, would notify tliu citizens ot
I lie County 1 hut t heie will ho constantly on hund
u lull ussolmeul of
1IOOKH, STATIONERY, AND WALL I'Al'Elt
AUolhe various Mtiguslnes uud Newspapers
publihlied lu this country, orders for which will
be pioiuptly attended to.
THE CIUCULATJNU LUIIIARY
which has been In exlsteiicu for u ear, calls lor
the stronger support of the community. 'Hie
teiius are riusouuble, uud additional subserlUTs
ur uecdid lojusllly un liureuse In Ihe 11u1111.tr
'1 hu usual l.irgo slia-k of
NirilONH AND FANCY OOODS.
will ho kept up uud uu lsilut sisiied to satisfy
uie minis 111 purcuusei.. D, WEU1I.
May 11,'UMf liloouisburg, l'u,
SEND ONE DOLLAR AND OET
iiy uturu mail one of LORING'si DOLLAR
HOXEH.oi thu rlihest lulllul I'nneh Nolo Pa
per, All llio I.WIICK uie III loeuo liiein.
Addiess LOtllNG, Publisher,
JIJ'lW-Jiu. lloslou Muss.
Tit OMAN OAIIHON A lit).
nUAI.KllS IN JWSIJlIiV,
MEN'S FURNIHIIINO GOODS,
LINF.NH A NOTIONH,
!f, IS 'OllTlt roriiTH nTHSRT
JOHN 8THQU1' & CO.,
Huocessors UiHtroup A llrothsr,
WIIOLKSAI.K. DKALEKH IN KIHll,
No. 24 North Wtmrvis. si,d it fsi.rl)i V i i.i n
W. 1ILAIJON A CO.,
OIL CLOTH8 AND WINDOW Mil A HEN.
Warehouse, No. 121 North Third MtriH-i
EOllUE H. HOBEHT8,
ImiHirter and Dealer lu
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNH. Ac.
No. ail North Thlnl Htreot, almvv V Ine
NYOHIt, IIAHHIS A UASSKri.
Manufacturers and Jobtiers of
MEN'S AND 110YH' CUITHINII.
No. 621 Market, and fi'JJ (irrmier' lre.t,
EOHO E FOELKEIl A CO.,
Wholesale Dealers lu
WOODEN A WILLOW WARE, YARNS.
Oil-Cloths, Wicks, Twines, 'Ilaskcls, ttr etc.
2l9A2ril Market St. A 210 Church HL, Ihllada
JOHN C. YEAQER & CO.,
Wholcsalo Denkrs In
HATH, CAIH, STRAW GOODS, AND
No. K7 North Thlid Slrtct,
Wholcsalo Grocers, and Denleis lu
HALTl'El'ER AND llRlMHltlNE
No m North Third Ht.
Ijito Walter A Kmili,
luiiHutcrand ltoalor In
CHINA, OIiAKS, AND tlllEKNHWA RE,
No. 2:11 N. Third Street.
WHOLESALE TOll ACt X), HNHKF, AND
No. 110 North Third Street,
between Cherry aud Rare, west side,
yARTMAN A ENUELMAN,
TOIIACCO, HNUFF A E(JAR
No. 313 ullTll riitiinsiiisirr,
Second Door below Wood,
I'll I LA DELI II I A.
1. W. Wahihan 1 Enijilhan
iVINWIUOlIT A CO.,
W II O I. 11 S A JK O HOC i: IIH,
N. K. Corner Hecoud aud Arrli HtrueU,
TKAH, HYltUl'H. COKKKK, HUUAH, MO!.AHfc,
hick, ttpjcES, m cAiui uom, ac. au.
Of. Ordoru will rocclvo prom (it uttuutlou.
May 10, IKCT.Iy.
U. II. 1IOKNK. W. S. KINO. J. It. HHWIbltT.
TTOItNK, KING & SEYBEUT,
WHOM-'HALK PUY OOODS.
No. Mnrkt t Htrtvt.
Oiderx tllli'd promptly nt lowest
yiljor II U. AUTMAK. C. II. UlLLtMiKU. M. XellY.
RTMAN, DILLINOER &. CO.,
NO. 101 NORTH THIRD ST. PHILADELPHIA,
Two Doors ubovo Arch formerly 220,
UANUFACrUltKHH AMI JOU1IUI1S IN
CARPE'I'S, COTTONS YARNS, IIA'ITINQ.
OIL CLOTHS, CARPET CHAINS, CORDAGE,
OIL SHADES, GRAIN HAGS, TIE YARN,
WICK YAKS, WINDOW PAl'alt, CoVk.ItLI.T3,
WILLOW AND WOODEN WARE,
UUOOMH, I1UUS1IS-S, LOOKING fJltHSIU, THUNKd
uiujuuk w. UAUUi'Jt, i'roirieior.
The nbovo welLkuowu hotel has riently under
gone ruu'cui changes in its interiuu urrungcmeuiN,
and Its pn prletor announces to his toruu r custom
and thu travelling public thut his accomodations
for the comfort of his gnosis are second to none In
the coiiutly. Ills table will nlwuys bo found sup
plied, not only u lib substantial nasi, but with all
the uellcaelesol me season, ills win nuu 11'
(except that poiiulur beverage known us
rii'i"),purchiuicd direct from tho ImtMirllug
houses, are entirely pure. aud free from all tail.
sniioiisdrui-N. He Is Ihunktul for illiberal uatron.
uge In the iiast,aud will continue todeserve It In
tho future. GIUlltGi: W, MADGER.
O L I) M 11 I A IIOUH E,
HERN A III) HI' Oil NER,
HAviNil lately milchiued and filled up llio
well-known Itoblsoii llolel l'ro rly, lis'uted a
KW IH.OU3 AIIOK Tilt fOUltr IIOIISK,
011 the same side of Hie street, lu Uie town ol
ItliKinislitiig; and liavlug oniaincd a llcuuso lor
llio suluu as a w
R E 8 T A U R A N T ,
tho Proprietor has determliusl to gtvo tn thu peo
ple vlslllng the town 011 huslucss or pleusure,
A LITTLE MORE ROOM.
Ills stabling also Is extensive, and Is tilled up
to put buggies aud cairlugis lu llio ill y. Ho prom
ises that ever) thing about htsestabllshuieulsbiill
Uecouducled lu an ordetly und lawful uiuu.er;
slid lie respectfully solicits a share of the publlo
IILOOMHIIURG.COI.UMIIIA CO., PA,
The undersigned having purchased this well
known alidi'eutrutly.hH'uted liouse,llie Exehaugo
Hotel, situate on MAIN STREET. In llloomsbuiit
liumcdlutely ummslie tliuColumhiacouuty Court
House, respectfully luforni their friends aud the
fiublle 111 gelieiul that their house Is uow In order
or the reception and entertainment of travellers
who iiiay be disused to favor It with their cus
tom. They hiivespareduuexpeusolu prourlug
neither shall there be anyllilug waulltig ou Hielr
un t to inlulster 10 their persouul comfort.
house Is siuiulous, uud eujoys uu uxcellellt bust-
Omnibuses run at all times between the Ex-
cbsllcu Hottl and the vullous rullrislil deuots. by
which tiuvelleis will bo pteusautly eunveyedto
und Iroin the resieitlve stations lu due tune to
Intel the cars.
KOONH A CLARK,
April i, isui.
WILLIAM WILLIAMS, Proprietor.
This well known Hole) has !cen entirely refitted
nud iclurnlsbed, with n view to tho perfect coin.
luit and comculeiKe of guests,
A coiuinisllous Livery ntablelsconuectcd with
Tho bur will be supplied with the choicest
wines, Uquorsuud sigais, A fair share of patrou-
ugo is utjutsieii, Apr, v,ou-em,
BLOOMSBU11G, PA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 13,
From tho California Overland Monthly,
We wort! elejht, Including U10 driver.
We liatl not spoken during tlio pussaso
of tlio hist mIx miles, tdtico tliu Jolting of
tlio heavy vehicle over the roughening
ro.nl hud spoiled thu Judge's lust poeti
cal quotation. Tho tall man beside, tho
Judgownsttslcep his urm passed through
the swaying strap and Ills hea l resting
upon It altogether a limp, helpless
looking object, as If he hadhango.l him
soir und been cut down too lute. Tho
French huly on the back seat was asleep,
too, yet lu n half conscious propriety of
uttltudu shown even In tho disposition
of tho handkerchief whlchsho held toher
forehead, and which partially veiled her
race. Tho lady from Virginia City,
traveling with hor husband, had long
since lost nil Individuality, in a wild
confusion of ribbons, veils, furs and
shawls. There was 110 sound but tho
rattling of wheels and the dash of rain
upon tlio roof. Suddenly th ostugo stop
ped, and wo became dimly awnro of
voices. Tho driver was evidently In tho
midstof 1111 exciting colloquy,wlth soino
one In tho road a colloquy, of which
such fragments us"bridgogono,""tweti
ty feet of water," "can't pass," were
occ.isloually distinguished ubovo the
.storm. Then came a lull, the mysteri
ous voice from the road shouted tho
parting adjuration :
Wo caught sight of our leaders as tho
vehicle slowly turned, of a horseman
vanishing through tho ruin, mid wo
wero evidently on our way to "Mlg
gles." Who and whero wus Migglcs? The
Judge, our nutliority,did not remember
tho name, and ho knew tho country
thoroughly. Tho Wushoo traveler
thought Migglcs must keep a hotel. Wo
only knew that wo wero stopped by
high water In front and rear, mid, thut
Miggles was our rock of refuge. A ten
minute hplushlng through a tangled by
roud.scureely wido enough for thu binge,
und wo drew up before t buried and
boarded gate lu a wide stonuwal lor fence
about eight feet high. Evidently Mlg
gles,' und evidently Mlggles did not
keep a hotel.
Tho driver got down and tried tho
gate, It was securely locked.
"Mlggles ! O Mlggles !"
"Mlggles I You Migglcs I" continued
the driver, with rising wrath.
"Migglesy I" Joined in tlio express-
limn, pei'huasively. "0 Miggy 1 Mlg!"
Hut no reply cumo from tho apparent'
ly Insensate Mlggles. Tho Judge, who
had finally got the window dowu, put
ills bead out uud propounded 11 series of
questions, which, If answered catcgorl
cully, would have undoubtedly oltici.
tinted tho whole mytery,but which tho
driver evaded by replying that "If wo
didn't want to sit in tho coach till night,
we bud belter rii-c up uud sing out for
So wo roso up und called oil Miggles
in chorus. Then separately. Antl when
wo had tlnislied, it Hibernian fellow
puibuiigur from tho roof called for"Muy-
roIIs 1" wherent wo till laughed. White
wo wero laughing, tho driver cried
Wo listened. To our iutliiito amit.o'
iiient, the chorus of "Miggles" wus re
puttted from the other bldu of tho wall,
even tu tho Until and supplemental
"Extraordinary echo," said tho Judge.
"Extraordinary d dbktink I" roared
tho driver contemptuously. "Como out
of that, Mlggles, and show yourself 1 Ba
it man, Mlggles! Don't hldo in tho
dark ; I wouldn't if I wero you, Mig
gles, "continued Yuba Dill, now (lancing
about in uu excess of fury.
"Mlggles!" continued the voice, "O
"My good man, Mr. Myghail I" said
tlio Judge, softening the asperities ol tho
name us much as possible, "consider tho
inhospitality of refusing shelter from
tho inclemency of tho weather to help
less females. Really, my tlenr sir "
but a succession of "Miggles," entliii
in a burst uf laughter drowned his
Yuba 11111 hesitated 110 longer. Tal
ing 11 heavy .stone from tho road, ho bat
tered down the gate, uud with tho ex
prttitiimin entered tho enclosuro. Wo
followed. Nobody was to bu seen. In
tliu gathering tlarkness nil that wo
could distinguish was that wo were In n
garden from tho ro.su bushes that scat
tcrcd over us 11 minute spray from their
dripping leaves untl before a long,
rambling wooden building.
"Do jou know tills Miggles V" asked
tho Judge ofYubit 1)111.
"No, nor don't want to," said Rill
shortly,who felt tho 1'ioueui Stugti Com
puny Insulted In his person by tho con
"Hut, my dear Mr," expostulated thu
Judge, us ho thought of tho burred
"Lookeo here," said Yuba 1)111, with
Irony, "hadn't you belter go back and
sit in tho coach tilt yer Introduced? I'm
going In,' und ho pushed open tho door
of tho building.
A long loom, lighted only Iiy tho em
hers of 11 llio that was dying on tlio largo
hearth at Its furthest extremity. Tho
walls curiously papered, and tho dicker
ing tire light bringing out Its grotesque
pattern. Somebody sitting in a largo
urin-chulr by thu Urn place. All this
wokuw us wo erowdetl together into
tho room after tho driver and express
Thollguro ni'itlier spoko nor stirred
Yuba 11111 walked wrathfully toward it
untl turned thoeyo of his eonch lantern
upon its face. It was a man's facu pro
maturely old and wrinkled, with very
largo eyes, lu which theru was that ex
presslon of perfectly gratuitous solemn!
ty which I had sometimes seen lu uu
owl's, Tho lurgu eyes wandered from
Rill's faco to tho lantern, untl llnally
llxcd their guuo ou that luminous object
without further recognition.
Dill restrained himself with an of.
"Miggles 1 Ho you thai. You uhi
dumb, iiuyhow, you know i" und Yuba,
1)111 shook tho insensate tlgtiro by tho
To our great dismay, us Dill removed
his band, tlio vonerablo stranger appa
rently collapsed sinking Into half his
size uud 1111 Indlstlngulshnbto heap of
"Well, dern my nkhi,milil lllll.look-
lug iippcaltngly nt in, nud hopelessly
retiring from tho contest.
Tho Juduo now stepped forward, and
we lifted tho mysterious Invertebrate
buck Into his original position. 1)111 was
dismissed witli tho lantern to recon-
nolter outside, for It was ovident from
the helplessness of this solitary man
thcro must bo attendants near ut baud,
and no all drew near tho lire. Tho
Judge, who hud regained his authority
nud had never lost his conversational
ntnlubllily standing before us with bis
back to the heurtlt chnrgeil us, an Ini-
aginaryjury, as follows:
"It Is ovident that cither our distin
guished friend hero has reached that
condition described by Shakspcaro as
tho sere and yellow leaf, ' or has suf-
ferred somo premature abatement of his
mental and physical faculties. Whether
ho Is really tho Miggles"
Hero ho was interrupted by"Miggles!
Miggles ! O Miggles 1 Mlg I" und In fact
tho whole chorus of Mlggles in very
much tlio same key us It had once been
delivered unto us.
Wo gazed ut each other for a moment
In f-omo nlurm. Tho Judge, In particu
lar, vacated his position quickly, us tho
volco seemed to como directly over his
shoulder. Tho cause, however, was
soon discovered in a largo magpie who
was perched upon n shelf over tho flro-
placc, and who immcdiato relapsed Into
sepulchral silence, which contrasted
singularly with his previous volubility.
It was undoubtedly his voice which we
heard In tho road, and our friend In the
choir was not responsible for tho dis
courtesy. Yuba Dill, who ro-cntered
tho room after an unsuccessful search,
was loth to accept tho explanation, and
still eyed tho helpless sitter with sus
picion. Ho had found a shed in which
ho had put up Ills horses but ho camo
back dripping and skeptical. "Thar
ain't nobody hut him within ten miles
of tho shanty, und that 'ar d d old
skcesicks knows it."
Rut tlio faith of tho majority proved
to ho securely based. Rill had scarcely
ceased growling beforo wo heard a quick
step on tlio porch, tho trailing ol a wet
skirt, tho tloor was lliingopcii,tiiid with
n Hush of whito teeth, a sparklo of dark
eyes, nml an utter absence of ceremony
or dinitlence, a young woman entered,
shut tho door, and punting, leaned back
"O, If you please, I'm Mlggles!"
And this was Miggles 1 This bright
eyed, full throated young woman, whoso
wet gown of coarso blue stuff could not
hide tho beauty of the feminine curves
to which it clung; from tho chestnut
crown of whoso head-topped by a mail's
oilskin hou'wester to tho llttlo foot and
ankles hldded far away somewhere in
the recesses of her boy's brogans, nil
wus grace this wus Miggles, laughing
at us. too, in thu most airy, flunk, otf-
ham! manner Imaginable.
You see boys," said she quite out
of breath, and holding one llttlo hand
against her side, quite unheeding the
speechless diseomilturo of Yuba 1)111,
whoso features had relaxed Into an ex
pression of gratuitous aud Imbccllo
cheerfulness : "You see, boys, I was
mor'n two miles away when you passed
down the road. 1 thought you might
pull iqi here, and so I run tho whole
way, knowing nobody was homo but
III in antl I'm out of breath-and-that
lets 1110 out."
And hero Mlggles caught her droop
ing oilskin hat from her head, with n
nilchlevoiisswlrl thatscattered a shower
of rnltt drops over us; attempted to put
hack her hair ; dropped two hairpins In
tho attempt ; laughed and sat down be
sido Yuba Hill, with her hands crossed
lightly on her lap.
Tho Judge recovered himself llrst,
and essayed an extrnvitgantco'iipllment
I'll trouble you for that liar pin,"
said Miggles, gravely. Half a dozen
hands were stretched forward; the mis
sing hairpin was restored to Its fair
owner; uud Mlggles. crossing tho room,
looked keenly In tho faco of tho Invalid.
Tho solemn eyes looked hack nt hers,
with an expression wo had never scon
before. Life nml intelligence seemed
to struggle buck iulo tho rugged face.
Mlggles laughed again -It wus a singu
larly eloquent laugh anil turned hor
black eyes and whito teeth onco moro
'This mulcted person Is" hesitated
"Jim," sahl Miggles.
Mlggles darted a (illicit, h.ill'-dellaiit.
glunci) ul tho two lady passengers who
I bad noticed did not participate in tho,
general iiiiuculluo admiration of Mig
gles, and said gravely : "No Its Jim,"
There win tin iiwkwnrd pause. Tho
lady passengers moved closer to each
other. Tho Washoe husband looked
abstractedly at the lire; untl tho lull mini
apparently turned himself luwnrd for
self support ut this emergency. Hut
Mlggles' luugh, which was very Infect
oils, broke the silence. 'Come,' sho said
briskly, 'you must bu hungry. Who'll
bear a hand to help 1110 get tea V"
Sho had no luck of volunteers. In a
fuw moments Yuba 1)111 was engaged,
llko Caliban, in bearing logs for this
Miranda ; tho expressman was grinding
colli'O on thu vei anila; to myself tho ur
diiotisdtityot'sllelng bacon was assigned;
and the Judgo lent each man Ills good
humored uud volublu counsel. Aud
when Migglcs, assisted by thu Judgo
untl our Hibernian 'deck passenger,' set
thu table wltliiillthouvuilabluerockery,
wu had become quite Jovous, In spito
of tho lulu thut beut ugulust tho win
dows, tho wind that whirled down tho
chimney, the two ladles who whispered
lu tho corner, ur tlio inugplo who utter
ed a satirical and croaking commentary
011 their conversation, from his perch
above. In tho now bright, blazing tiro
wocould neo that tho walls wero paper.
ed with illustrated Journals, nrrnugod
with feminine taste and discrimination.
Thu furniture was extemporized, nml
adapted from candle boxes and packing
cases, und covered with gay calico or
tho skin of somo animal. Tho arm
chair of tho holplcssJIm was 1111 ingeni
ous variation of li flour barrel. Thcro
won neatness and even it tnsto for tho
picturesque to bo soon lu tho fuw details
of tho long low room.
Tho meal wasuciilInnryRiicccss. Rut
more, It was a social triumph chiefly;
I think, owing to tho rare tact of Mlg
gles In guiding the conversation, asking
all tho questions herself, yet bearing
throughout u frankness that rejected
tho Idea of unyconceulmenton her part.
So thut we talked of ourselves, of our
prospects, of tho Journey, of tlio weath
er, of each other of everything hut our
host und hostess. It must bo confessed
that Mlggles' conversation wus never
elegant, rarely grammatical, and that
at times sho used expletives, tho uso of
which aro generally yielded to our sex.
But they wero delivered with such a
lightening up of teeth and eyes, and
were usually followed by n laugh a
laugh peculiar to Mlggles so frank and
honest that It seemed to clear tho moral
Onco during tho meal, we heard a
it noise llko tho rubbing of n heavy body
ngnlnst tho outer walls of the house.This
was soon followed by it scratch and
sniffling at the door. 'That's Joaquin,'
said Miggles, in reply to our question
ing glances; 'would you li.co to seo
him?' Ueforo wo could answer, sho
had opened the door, und disclosed n
half grown grizzly, who Instantly
raised himself on his haunches, with
his forcpaws hanging down in tho popu
lar attitude of mendicancy, and looked
admiringly at Miggles, with a singular
resemblance in his manner to Yuba Hill,
'That's my watch dog,' suid Mlgglesdn
explanation. 'O, ho don't blto,' sho
added, as tho two lady passengers flut
tered Into a corner, 'Docs he, old Top-
py I -(tho latter remark hcliignddrcsscd
directly to tho sngnclous Joaquin.) 'I
toll you what hoys,' continued Mlggles,
after she had fed and closed the tloor ou
Ursa Jfiiior, 'you were in big luck that
Joaquin wasn't banging round when
you dropped In to-night."
"Whero was ho?" asked tlio Judge.
"With mo," said Miggles. 'Lord lovo
you, ho trots, round with 1110 at night
like as If ho was a man.'
Wo wero silent for 11 few moments,
and listened to the wind. I'erliaps wo
nil hud tho sumo picture before us of
Miggles walking through tho rainy
woods with her wavngo guardian at her
sido. Tho Judgo, 1 remember, said
something about Una and her lion ; but
Miggles received it as sho did other
compliments, with quiet gravity.
Whether sho was altogether unconscious
of tho admiration sho excited sho
could hardly have been oblivious of
Yuba Hill's adorat ion 1 know not; but
her very frankness suggested a perfect
bcxual equality that was cruelly humil
iating to tho younger members of our
Tho incident of the bear did not udd
anything in Miggles favor In the opin
ion of those of her own uox who wero
present. In fact, tho ropust over, a
chtlluess radiated from the two lady
passengers that no pine boughs brought
lu by Yuba Hill nud cast us u sucritlco
upon the hearth could wholly overcomo.
Mlggles felt It ; uud suddenly declaring
thut It wus time to 'turn in,' offered to
show tlio ladies to their bed in an ad
joining room. 'You boys will lmvo to
camp out hero by thu fire us well as you
can,' bho added, 'for thar ain't but thu
Our sex by which, my tlenr Mr, I ul-
ludo to tho stronger portion of Immun
ity bus been generally relieved from
tho imputation of cuiiosity, or n fond
ness for gossip. Yet 1 um constrained
to say that hardly wus the door closed
on Miggles than wu crowded together,
whispering, snickering, smiling und ex
changing suspicions, surmises, und a
thousand speculations in regard to our
pretty hostess and her singular compan
Ion. I fear that wo oven hustled that
imbccllo paralytic, who sat llko a voice.
loss Mcmnoii in our midst, gazing witli
tho sereno ludlffercnco of tho past in
ids passionless eyes, upon our wordy
council. In tho midst of uu exciting
discussion -the door opened again, and
Hut not, apparently, the sumo Mig
gles who n fuw hours beforo had flashed
upon us. Her eyes wero downcast, and
as sho lusltntrd for a moment 011 tho
threshold with u blanket ou her arm,
seemed to havo left behind her tho
frank fearlessness which had charmed
us 11 moment before. Coming Into thu
room, khe drew a low stool beside tho
paralytic's chair, snt down, diow tho
blanket over her shoulders, uud saying,
'If It's nil tho same to you, boys, ns
wo'ro rather crowded, I'll stop hero to
night, ' took tho Invalid's withered hand
In her own, and turned her eyeH upon
tho dying tiro. An Instinctive feeling
that this was only premonitory to moro
eouildeiitlal relations, and perhaps romo
shiimo ut our previous curiosity, kept
us silent, Tho rain still beat upon llio
roof ; wandering gusts of wind stirred
tho embers Into momentary brightness,
until, in 11 lull of the elements, Mlggles
suddenly lifted up her head, ami throw
ing her hair over her shoulder, turned
her face upon the group nud asked:
'Is there any one of you that knocks
There was no reply,
'Think again I I lived ut Mnrysvlllo
In '.13. Everybody know 1110 there, and
everybody had u right tn know me. 1
kept tho l'olkti Saloon until I camu to
llvo with Jim, Thut's'six yeurs ago.
Perhaps l'vo changed bouio.'
Thu absence of recognition may have
disconcerted her. Shu turned her head
to tho Urn again mitl it wus tomo seconds
beforobho again spoke.und moro rapidly,
'Well, you see, 1 thought bomo of you
must liavu known me. Tlicru's no great
harm done, any wny. What I wus go
log to suy was this : Jim liero' shu
took, his hand in both of hers ns shu
spoko 'used to know me, If you didn't,
nud spent 11 heap of money upon mo.
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DEAL VOL. XXXIII NO. 2fi.
reckon ho spent nil ho had. And 0110
uny It's hI yenrs ngo litis wlntor-Jim
enmo Info my buck room, s.U down on
my sofy, liku as you seo him in that
chair, und never moved ng.tln without
Help, iio wns struck all of 11 heap, und
nover seemed (o know whntuiled him.
The doctors came, und said as how It
Was cniised nil nlong of Ills wnv of llfo
for Jim was mighty frco und wild-
llko and that ho would nover tret better.
und couldn't last long uny wny. They
advised 1110 to send him to Frisco to tlio
hospital, for ho was no good to any one.
and would bo 11 baby nil his life. Per
il ups It was something In Jim's eyo;
perhaps it wus Hint I never liad it baby,
but I said 'No.' I wns rich then, for I
was popular with everybody gentle
men llko yourself, sir, camp to see mo
and I sold out my business and bought
this ycr place, becauso it wus sort ofout
of tho wny of travel, you see, and I
brought my baby here.'
yith n woman's intuitlvu tact nud
poetry, sho had ns sho spoko slowly
shifted her position so us to bring the
muto flguro of tho ruined mnii between
her und her nudienco hiding iti the
shadow behind it as if sho oflered It
as u tacitnpology for hcrnctions. Silent
and expressionless, it yet spoko for her;
helpless, crushed and smitten witli tho
Divine thunderbolt, It stretched au In
visible arm around her.
Hidden in the darkness, but still
holding his hand, she went on :
"It was a long time beforo I could get
tho hang of things about yer, for I was
used to company and excitement, I,
couldn't get tiny woman,, to help mo,
and a mail 1 durscnt trust; but what
with tho Indians hereabout, who'd do
odd Jobs for me, and having everything
sent from tho North Fork, Jim and I
managed to worry through. Tho Doctor
would run up from Sacramcflto onco In
awhile. He'd ask to seo 'Miggles' baby,'
as ho called Jim, and when he'd go
awny, he'd say 'Migglcs, you aro a
trump Qod bless you;' nud It didn't
seem so lonely after that. Hut tho last
time ho was hero ho said, as ho oponcd
tho door to go ; 'Do you know.Miggles,
your baby will grow up to ho 11 man yot
and nu honor to his mother? hut not
here, Mlggles, not here! And I thought
ho went uwny sad nnd and' " nnd
hero Miggles' voico nnd hisid woro some
how both lost completely in tlioshadow
"Tho folks about hero aro very kind,"
sin 11 juggles, niter a pause, coming a
llttlo Into tho light again. "Tho men
from tho Fork used to hang around hero
until they found they wasn't wanted,
nnd tho women aro' kind and don't
call. I was pretty lonely until I picked
up Joaquin in tho wood yondoronoday,
when ho wasn't so high, and taught
him to beg for his dinner; und then
thar's Polly that's tho magpio sho
knows no end of tricks, and makes It
quite sociable of evenings with tnlk,
and so I don't feel llko its I wns tho on
ly being about tlio ranch. Ami Jim
here," said Miggles, with her old lnugh
ngain, nnd coming out quite into tlio
llrcllght. "Jim why, boys, you would
admire to seo how much ho knows for a
man like him. Sometimes I bring him
flowers, and ho looks at 'emjust ns nat
ural us if he knew 'cm; and ut times,
when we're sitting hero alone, I read
him those things on tho wall. Why,
Lord I" said Mlggles, with her frauk
laugh, "I've read him that whole sido
of tlio house tlds winter. Thcro never
was such a man for reading ns Jim."
"Why,"askedtho Judge,"do you not
marry this man to whom you havo de
voted your youthful llfo?"
"Well, you see," said Mlggles, -'it
would ho playing It rather low down
on Jim, to tnko advantage of his being
bo helpless, And then, if wo wero man
nnd wife now, wo'd both know that I
was Itound to do what I do now of my
"Hut you aro young yet and attract-Ivo-"
"It's gutting late," said Migglcs,
gravely, "and you had better turn in.
Good night boys;" und throwing tho
blanket over her head, Migglcs laid
herself down besido Jim's chair, her
head pillowed on tho low stool that hold
his feet, nnd spoko no more. The Are
slowly faded from tho hearth ; wo each
sought our blankets In sllcr.co; nnd
presently thero wns 110 sound in tho
long room, hut the pattering of the rain
on tho roof, nnd tho heavy hieathlug of
It wus nearly morning when lawoko
from u troubled dream. Tho storm hud
passed, tho stars wero shining, nnd
through tho shulterhws window tho
full moon, lifting itself over thu solemn
pines without, looked Into tho room.
It touched tho lonely flguro in tho chair
with an Infinite compassion, nnd seem
ed to baplizo with 11 shining flood tho
lowly liend of tho woman whoso hair,
ns In tho Hweet old story, bathed tho
feet of hint she loved. It oven lent a
k 1 nil ly poetry to tho rugged outline of
uba Hill, half reclining 011 his elbow
between tlieiu antl his passengers,wltli
savagely-patient eyes keeping wateli
nud ward. And then I fell asleep, nml
only iiwoko ut broad duy, with Yuba
11111 standing ovor 1110,11111! "All nbnard"
ringing In my ours.
ColTeo was wailing foruson tho table,
but Mlggles was gone. Wo wandered
about the house and lingered long after
thu horses wero harnessed, but sho did
not return. It was evident that sho
wished tn avoid u formal leave taking,
und bad so left us to depart as wo had
como. After wo hud helped tlio ladies
into tlio coach, wo returned to tho house
uud solemnly shook hands with tho
paralytic Jim, ns solemnly setting him
hack into poiltlonufter each hand-shake,
Then wo looked for the last time around
thu long low 100111, nt the stool whero
Mlggles had sat ami slowly took our
scats In tho waiting couch, The whip
cracked uud wo wero off I
Hut its wo reached tin high road, Hill's
dexterous hand laid tho six horecs buck
on their haunches, und thu stage stop
ped with 11 Jerk. For there, ou u little
eminence bcsldo thu road, stood Mlg
gles, her hair flying, iter eyes sparkling,
her whito handkerchief waving, and
her whito teetli flushing it last "good
byu." Wu waved our huts in rutuni
1 Anil then Yubtt Hill, us If fourful of
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further fascination, madly lashed his
horses forwnrtl, and wo sank back III
our scuta. Wo oxchanged not n word
until we reached tho North Fork, aud
tho stago drew up ut tlio Independence
IIouso. Then, tho Judge lending, wo
wnlked Into tho bar-room nml took our!
places gravely nt tho liar.
''Arc your glasses charged, gentle
men?" snldtho Judge, solemnly tak
ing off his white lint. '
1 "Well, thou, hero's to Higgles, God
Bless Her I"
Perhaps lie had. Who knows?
Bay-A banker In Cincinnati, last week,
found a sack of four thousand guineas,'
which ho had stowed awnv behind an'
old safo during tlio panic caused by tho
John Morgan raid around that cltyud,
tar A now circus trick Just Introduc
ed in Paris Is for a man tp leap from tho'
neigui 01 hu leetunti uotintt duck again
to tho original Bpot. Tho porformor I91
fastened to nn clastic cord.
Slay" A man who lately died in Ger
many confessed on his deathbed to hav
ing poisoned sixteen members of ills
own family in order to Inherit their
S-Jcfr Davis's plantation Is now'
leased to 0110 of his former slaves, who
pays $10,000 a year rent, and employs
100 hands to work it. No whito man
about the premises.
JST-A hello of Acrn. India. Is In full
dress when swathed In twoshawjs, with
tinny Bracelets, iourtcen pairs 01 ear
rings, sovon necklaces; ono noso pend
ant, and a seal ring on each thumb.
j53f"Thlrty-flvo young people wero
badly poisoned by somo Ico-creain which
they ato nt n picnic near Sholbyville,
Tonn., recently, and, after suffering In
tensely, every ono began to slowly re
cover, und all nronow convalescent.
DSn At Chicago lately, a boy named
Gcorgo Doylo tied tho halter of a pony
ho was riding to ills foot, nnd alightod
to let him graze, when tho pony becamo
frightened, und dashed off furiously,
dragging tho boy two blocks, when tho
halter broke nud saved his life; but ho
was terribly bruised, and his clothes
wero nearly nil torn off.
JSfA young innu named Walker,
with a horso which ho was riding, was
killed by ltghlnlngiin Washington coun
ty, Iowa. Tho lightning passed through
his hat, making a bluo mark down hi
right sido nnd cumo outnt thu top of Ids
BSyTho Frederick ton, N. U. Itr.vicr
relntes that twelve men engage.! in
lumbering on Fish River Inkes, in tho
northern part of Maine, were recently
poisoned toi death by drinking ten in
which n lizard had been boiled.
ESJ-A chlneso clant. clirht feet six
Inches high, Is said to liavo justnrrived
in this country. Woadvlso that ho ho
engaged ns it superintendent of pollco
in aan rrancisco 10 protect 1113 lcuow
countrymen irom 1110 unuiormn uoys.
tttSf In an Iowa saw mill recently a
visitor touched a swiftly revolving cir
cular saw With tlio foro finger of his
right hand, and it was cut oil. In des
cribing how tho accident happened, tho
visitor reached out thu left (ore linger
to the saw, when It too was cut off.
gyMrs. Mary Perkins nud her two
daughters wero drowned in a mill pond
in tho town of Wondequott, N. Y., on
Wednesday afternoon. They wero rid
ing by when their horso took fright and
backed into tlio water, whero it was
somo twenty feet deep.
Bar An Illinois boy was very curious
about a suicide In his neighborhood last
week, inquired nil the particulars of his
mother, and the next day hanged him
self according to description In tho barn,
J5ay- A young man from Newark, sus
pected of being a Spanish spy, was qui
etly gagged untl laid behind 11 lumbor
pllo at Hobokcn.Saturday night, by tho
Cuban excursionists. A wandering chip
gatherer found nnd released him.
-A Gloucester (Mass.) paper says
somo whisky was recently bought in
that city which accldently spilled upon
tho purchaser's boots, when it curled up
tho leather ns if It had been near a hot
tayl.ast month 1,500 fruit trees of a
iplciidld orchard ut Benton Harbor,
Mlch.,wero girdled, Uy grout exertions
they wero saved, but last week tho
bcou nd rels repeated tho Job effectually,
causing 11 loss of $20,000.
tt2iIn Elbridgo township, III., thero
aro two beech trees standing six feet
apart, which ut a height of sixteen feet
from tlio ground unito and form ono
tree, which runs up nearly 100 feet ubovo
tho point of union.
jBSyThonow marrhtgo law of Ohio
prohibits marriages between first cous
ins, nud of girl under sixteen yenrs of
age, and of girls,or "young ladies," un
der twcnty-ono years of ngo without tho
consent of their pnrcnts.
i3-On Wednesday night apartydls
L'liised went to tho Jail nt Frnnkforil.
iiai)ama, ami, niter lorcing 1110 jailor
to surrender thu ke.vs. took two horso
thieves, Ionian ami Anderson, carried
them to tho woods nnd shot them.
DayAlady In Crawford countv re
cently kill! arooster two years old und
found n gold dollar in tho fowl's crop.
1110 coin nan ueen lost i-j years noinru.
Wo wouldn't ndviso our readers to kill
all Iheir chickens In expectation ofllnd-
lug gold dollars in their crops.
rb Fnthcr KwlboiT. a Catholic nrlest
died nl Qulncy on Monday, und on Wed
nesday ins remains wcrosent to Ht. Lou
is. Thoy wero escorted to tho steamer
by a procession numbering 2,G(HI people
llicllidliu; 1,500 children dressed lu whito
and decorated with Mowers.
ray-Two females In Vlncennes, lud..
oil Monthly, arranged for 11 prizu light.
A ring was formed by tho sporting men
and tho glailiatrcKscs stripped to tho
combat, whim tlio pollco liroko In nml
ifir" On Tuesdav.n man nerfectl v nudo
wnlked through Vtilnut street. 0110 of
thu most fashionable thoroughfares of
1.0UISVI110, unmolested ny tlio pollco
Ho wus iiisiitiofrom drink, nnd belotiL'-
ed to onu of tho most respectable, fami
rSyThroo colored children, uned res-
ncctlvolv 5. 8 nud 11 years wero drown
ed lu the Kalamazoo River, ul Allegan,
.men., recently, uy tiieir siep-moiner,
who wasjealous of them, Thu women
had been married to thu father of tho
children but a tow weeks. At tlio point
in tho river whero tho children wero
drowned the water Is only nh ut two
feet deep, und as tho mother confCbsed,
1110 cniiuren wero 110111 miner tnu water
until llfo wns extinct.
Jor-A man named Hoefer,llvlugou thu
outskirts of Hannibal, Missouri, mur
dered his daughter, ten years old, Hu
strangled her with u strap, cut her body
In two, tore her heart out, cut It open
and swallowed tho blood. Ho wns ar
rested. When asked why ho committed
thu deed hu replied that Christ was kill
ed, untl It was no worso for his child to
die than Chris!; that ho killed her 03 n,
siicrliho to Christ. It Is mild tho man U
llisuiio on religion.