The Columbian. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1866-1910, October 29, 1869, Image 1
Iti h flffllumiriatt ,tT3$t -AND- l'ublhhed every Friday morning lnttlio ' Cilunttiluii Building near thu Court House, hy !0ARLE3 B. BHOCKAVAY, jjJja(tpr nnd Proprietor. "?ffrfilii. Two dollars n year, pnya bKhl'Bdvanco. RPRtNTINa of nil cloacrlptlom wPw w'"1 neatness nnd dispatch, i,fttrMannb!u rate. iESVKg.AU TINWAttK. gun II ' I I I fl fl I T InnfnrlhalnvM llnWftt-... Mill,. "ll SJtsBOvocourt house. vl-u4l n" M.WJPEUT, stove? find tinware, Hiiper, NtWMt, Mill" si., west of Market, vl-nl ti CLOTHING, AC. f iii if f " . 1 1 '1 iK'TUlSriiNtll-1'0. merchant tailor, Mnlu St., . IJJiEoMtbuve American house, vl- . for ',Ju.row I'arhuiii hewing Machine, turner of iiCWH''""" OUIBI IIUUTO ......v. wsDKUUS, CHEMICALS, AC. 'tfUMtltiisl.. iltuealsw and apothecaries. Irpwer s oimn . IVlil'oek. Main st.. westol Murket. vl-ull niw .i.i. ui iiru.t i.prarv. mitten ".SCliOCKH, WATCH liS, AC. HKHHY 7.UTPINOI- II, W'ntchcs, Spectacles and leirolry c. Main Httctt near WwlH. v.tiilS LTjUia BEllNHAUD, which unit clock maker, nearsonthcaslciirncr Mnlnainl ironsls.vl-ull QE. HAVAHK, dealer in ciocks, waicnes .Jewelry, Mum Ht Just below Ainerh nnt vl-nll jluuie. . wiArttfiAtiT umlI1i unit rldfk maker. Market .'K sL. Iielnw Main. vl-liU HOOTS AND SllOKS. i'-m. nuriwfsr i i fitui MimiMnAker.Miiluhtreet J- ODDUHllQ (Juurl House. vlulJ ifcBOI.LKDKIt,luunilfacturer nlul dealer In tuxitfc 'Af nnd, shoe,Malui.t., oppoillu Kiilicoiml cliurcl. r , t vlnM 'tlUNRY KLK1M. niamifuclurcr and dealer m il boots Und sIiooh, itroeerleti etc., Ka-t llloonis f arte Main Hi. vl-nri DAVID l)KTZ, boot uml Hlioeniaker, Main nt., below liurtinau'n more, west or Market atlcel, jt yl-ul.t PUOKESSIONAL. J 11. KVANH, M. (. Mirtteon and fclclall koutli aide Main at., below Market. vl-uM DK. XI, V. Klllliev surgeon dent Ixt.tcetll extract ed, without ialn. Main at., nearly oppoltt tpleopal Cburcli. vl-nl" f 11. M'KEI.VV M. I). Kurueon and i!iynlcl:iil I north aide Main at., below Market. vl-iin "T (S'UUTTEH, M. D. mirgcon and l'liyhlciaii, J, Market it., above Main, vl-nl. nB.'H.'O.-HOWHIt, aiirutun dentNt, Main hi., JJabovecoyrt bouse. vlnli Dr. Wm. M. Iteber, rturgeon and I'hjNl'dati.IJ.v change 111 ck over Wcbb'a lluoa i.tire. J.n-i t B.'UOBISON, AtloriH j.al.l.aw,OIHce Ilart , rnan'i bullilluL', MaluHtreet, v.'-n'JD !w;R IKCLKH, Altorney-iit-I.aw,onice, 2d lloor 'El .In ISchaugo iilock.near the -'.xetiauRe Ho teU",, ' , vJul llilililNKUY & FANCY GOODS. MRS. E. KLINE, Millinery and Taney Goods Mam Btreet below Murket. vimt) MlStiiUUSIK llAKKI.HY, milliner, UaniHe) Imllulng, Main hi. 1-ui.l s I6a A. D. WE1ID, fancy eoodn, notlona, booUK, swuuiier, r.AcnaiiKU uioea: .laiuaireei. E t.'PBTEHMAN. mllllnerv and fancv eoodamt. I ptMlt Eplaeoal ehurcti, Main at. l.nl.'i 11 IW; JULIA A. & HADK IIAUKI,i:i, ladlen cloalu Iknd dress patteruj, aoutbeabt eouur Main, and west M, vlnl.i 'IIIUJM. DE11UICKSON, inllllnery and fancj Ugooda Maluat.,upposlto Ciairt II mi sc. vl-nli MW.M;U.FUn.MAN, inilllner, Mulu at., belon ilurttnan'a atoru, weaiol Maiket hi. vuri ritHJi MIM8KS ll.Mt.MAN inllllnery and lane 1 lfOOdH,Malu alieetjuil below Aluerlcan bouhe. iW-U01'i.l.S AND hAl.UDNb. JIJill(JuCK.ohteraljil citing Miloon, Aliiill cau Houhe, .Main hi., ll.tiUfi i.vaeiak hiiititu- U'lDMVKll 4 JAUUill, itnilicllonri, bakirj, IT'rtud oyhler htiliHin, wbolehuleulul lutall, Kx uange block. Main hi. vi.uii I.HJX'i! WEUH, conteclloner , bakery, and ojn--L"Ji."a,l)0" wbulehiile una relall, .xUiuui;e Mct-V. vl.m.i ifXUHANUt: HUTU., bj Kooui .Vl'lulk, Main I W., opiHMlte eoui l bouie, vl-ub IMKUIOA1S llUUHi:, bj Jou.S l.fc.U'oci., Main A u, wot of iron street. vl-nl.. UOUK8 UOTU., by U. W. Mauukii, eaht end ol illaluht, i.u,i BHTUUN KH, luiu-hlllui'lil .iloou,.Mulu ht.,jubl . above courinuuac. vi-nij KOONH & CLAItK, reiiehlmient mtoou, i;x. chunirl. lu.l .-.. 'MlillCllANTS AND UUOCJiUS. JAC'OIM, Coulrellouery. Kroecrit-i etc. Mmn i si., beluw ilou vl-u.u u li.itll.lJiU, 0 -iUveilawaic-, liuui, autt, bitono. uu.4uu, tn,. louviie, uoui, let J, nail, ilU, uuu, u.ti.4, lv.. UUlUiCUal tOiUci ..lu.Uumi jihuo i. Um Ui; i. aurt bit, uau Miia ciipo. iiixtu una tiii&. i - CUiUt'1 U tiUii U. Vi-lilu r, i.vrlct iLMji .-uut. tb,,,t.atri't.i jiiuiu un iioii V.nv, J J, lUtuW i;u, ai, fcouus, ijiuvt-rica, tU,,coiuti UUlU UUU Lull 1 1 liuUftCttttCJ VI'Ulu Kt hloi.c hlioe btol v, boukh und fj. .Utiunery, Muiu -i,ueiow Muraei vi.uii ilAtlAHl hltA&M ll, eouleclluuerleh, Main U unr the rallioad. MMKNDL'Nll AIJ-.k'cir-ijiI liH.k ol lueieliau J. Qf9and lumber, corner ol Main htnelauu i.wica roau, vi-nw J. UOUllINH, iUhIit lu tlo Kuodi rcf rlth etc. tiutve'ii block. Mnluut., below I run vjtiii iK.vUlUTON, Urm-erlci & i'lovlsluUb. Muln ye)t below MarUei yluii jfl. LU'JZ ileufer lu choice dry goiHlH.unU notlouw. Matu lit,, iiDtioaito conn huu-u-. t T v.lnt3 ,Maln ut.. aljoe Wcht. vl-nlJ OBCl'.AMLK A A. K. HAYIUIltHT. Dt-alfin lu p.QrocerleK Conft'ctioiHrUH and Notions, nooiiown, utiuin Birtu. two uoori. above Jirobht ftra It MlSCliLhANKUUS. SAMtH OADMA.V, Lubllietlilaker and Llmlr. maker naiins on Main meet. VI nil Oil. C11KI.-.TMAN, hiiildle.trunk and liuinehh maker, opj olie l.pUeopal eniiien Main si., - yni GJW,OOllEI.l., luruituie loom., tline lorl . brut ou Main tt el nl Market hi, vl-nii 1 J.THOHNTUN, wull paper, HindTiw Thaiies, I, and llmiirei., Itupert biocU. Main t. vl-uil HHOaENMTOL'K, pliolouraplier, Kxeliaii7i . block. Main ht opposite court houne vl-nil 'IWJ.W.MAMri.l: iS tl). Maelllulhlh.Kahtlltooliih. A! . burg near laltroud, I asiliigs made al hiiort wttlee. .machinery made and leiialred. vj.ii.yi Ij.'KUHN, dealer In meat tallow, etc,. L'luiu. - ,rljtl'1' tHey. I'wk ot American lif o.e. vl.n4. UfJ.BlDl.KM AN. ALr-nt Muiihon's l'oiner'lu fit hular Uglitiilnii Hod. VMllH IMWtll, (.lac .Maker, and WtdluMid Ulw) .awar.rtcoilown. Vl'llll Bl-OpMHIlUlill .l(Mlli:ll to., mauuluclurerh uealcr In l.umbtr, ol all klmlh, i.huilin; ""JLnwirlha lall.road, vl.int. 1 J.VV1TMAN, iiiarblt "wiurks, near .oulhMtn Ifl, corner Main and Market !. vl-n II II. IIINIIM.II, dealer In plauoh,ori:.iiis and nieo,l,uliM.alfl. VV litri.Il'Hliiriillliru rooillh ..... i vl-uil JWi ItOHHINH, llnuor ileuler heeoud iloorlroiu , nnrthwesi corner Mn!n and Iron uta. vl-n4.t i J'rlAfOfK. Niilari I'uhllc, uorllieal corner Vsln ami Market al, vl.uil . T'llN'A.KUNI-TDN. mutual and cahh rates lire ,t i tn.Qr&nreroinranv.nia tlieakl corner Slain and wt l vl.nli tJ -nft'KI J 4.1'oltV. Ma l,ieal.rt iTiiiun Hlone S t i"'"'. ww tt'orohboie.Heiwipkrny 1 vltir IBlCKllOltN IUIIKCTOHY. 91 cnoda. vr.,r...rl..M ntul ecnl 1 tiicrchanitlw. n -a gummier .1..1... I. JJtjStnr-- In soiiih end oftown, v:-nls, TACOnjtWM. IIA1UII '.it ulitk In diy i-whN grorerjes.druxs aud intdlcluc, 1'lf.l ktoreln lo.'ih snd ul fox u. v -ulB. -J- 4.L.. lis VOLUMK III NO. CI. OU&NUKVILLE IUUEUTOKY. Dlt. O. A. MEOAIl(ti:i., pliyatclan and nrr"on' Main St., next door toUood'a Hotel. -nll BHIUK HOTEt, nnd refreshment naloo' Win. Masleller cor. of Main und rinwsl.- . by Inl7 HAUMAN IlllliTIIKiw. rannerBiiii i mm ui luaeiaof leaiher.ou Main t., below 'o' nutei. DAVID HEUHINd. Flour and Orlt Ml I, Dealer lu Rruln, Mill Htreet. ' and '1- n!7 ijOWKH 4 HKP.UIXa, dealer In drj oods, JJ iCloceries, iiuiiucr auu Kviivn.. ...i.v ";',., Main st, 71 IOHN HtVMlHi:, aaddlo aud harne. J'n'iker O Main at., auovu me nwau mtvi. '1 I 4 B. W. UOl.EMAN, Merchant U-ll"t A. Oeilt'ammlsliiugKuoda.Malliril., I exl i lo the bllck hotel. 11 JAMKH II. HAUMAN, Cabinet Make: Mid Uu dertaker. Main HI., below t'lne. vl-nl Ull.&C. KELOHNKU,Illuckaniltw,on Mill . Htreet, near 1'lnu. vl-nl. WILLIAM DELO.Nd Shoemakerai. t manufac luierof llrlck.MlllKt.,wetof 1' ac vlnl .. .T.".'..,... .... i r. Mnfliln Li.wih ii. uiiu i i.i.i., i"" "" tit, and Maiuiractuternf plowi. Mil wt.vl-al7 MILES A. W1LL1AMH A CoTanl -rsand Man ufacturers of 1, nther. Mill Htrc,.t. vl-nl A ''!.Iltl4"A."i.V",V,V"''l,uTi: t, liuiuiers, .Willi, niirr.. " - ii A Mil EL HllAItl'LESs, Maken itliellayliurM O Oram cradle. Main Ht. v.n.). f M. HAUMAN, untitle ant' nnrnes iminr J, Ornimevllle, oppo'lte Frame church, vwim CATAW1SSA D1UK1JT0UY. ...,,.,it.(t i wvi -ti-i..ir 1 1 it ui H Ivnitpimiuttr :'"u-' ,,,,;, H..r,,twi kj nroiirieior.howio-i.ii,-,'."l ,7. street. O D. HINAIll), O. Main Htreet. D. HINAIll), dealer In htoves and tin-ware, w T.M. H.AHIIETT.altorueyal law.Malu Htlei t. G IMtKItT A KLINH, dry oh1k, Knccrlt( nml i Main -4tri'.L V'2lir Krllu ' " - . 1ivriiiii.i, iiiuiiM'i - -( 1. crciitn lu Kciison Mrttu Street. vi-ni I.' I. A f.t.M A N. Mpwhrtlit Tailor. Hccond St., i, HobhlnK' Unlldlm;. v'-i-nK D U.J. K. HOIIIIINH .Mlrnenu aud Pnyhlclan, Second M oeiow jinin. v-uin. 11. KIHTI.EU,-'Cattawi.aHoUhe,"NorthVcl '.Corner Main and Heioml sireeis. vi-nlb. M M. HUUlWI.deHlfi Iti General MeiclntudLsf, l)rv (IoimN fimiMTtt-tf .vp v'l"l. LUiUT STUHKT DIUHOTOUY. FETEll EM, dealer In dry aooilh, groceries, flour, feed, salt, Hhh, Iron, mills, etc., Light street. vi-nf I TKIIWII.MUIIK, Cabinetmaker, Undertaker ,1 and Uhnlnnalier. vl-u F. OMAN A Co., Wheelwrights, I"- ,t)""r above school liotiHe. vl-nl'i W. HANKF.V, dealer lu I-ealhcr, Hides, llark, etc, Ca-sh iiald for Hides. vl-im R H. ENT, doaler In stoves and tin ware In all Its branches. vl-n In JOHN A.OMAN, manufacturer and dealer In boots ami hliiiei. vl-nOI. J J. I.inaUlt, M. I), hurneon and riiysician- Ollli eat Keller'a Hotel. i-trS l II. IltVINi:. Medlc.il sture Mum HI. auu Hrlarcteek Ittrnil. KSl'Y DIUHOTOKY. 1). WEIlKllhlHEH. lloui and Hhoo store and luiiulaetory. shop on Main alrett op ' poslte hteani Mill. VJ-nl rtl'VHl'KAM FLOUH1NO MILLS, C.H. Fowler, i Proprietor. VJ-uli) . p. ui.-uiiiAUt). .t ltltd.. ttcalerh ludryitoods, ). k'riKerlis.antl Bi tuiat nieicliaudlhe. U.'nli in W. UIKiAlt, Mlhiiui liauna riauini; Mill and J . Hon Manufactory vt-Jnil BUSINESS CARDS. OH PKINTING Neatly executed at this oincc. c 1IIAS. (1. UAHKliHY, A T T O It N E V - A T - I. A W, HLOOM.SllUI'.ll, PA. Ilinro in me i.i;iiuiiu i.iiiiiiii.M. ""rf ov Wldmjer it JhcoIii'm ronkvtliinery.Mcnud do kbn e tbu I'.xt 111 n te Hutnl. IlliRUiihliur, Jan. l, iv.:. J. iM. 1VVK1.DK, ATTOIlfl r. 1 A 1 - 1. J rt , Ahlilanil. Hcimylklll county, 1'eun'a. CW. MILLEB, . . - , , A 1 1 U It il Jt 1 V 4A II nm(. will! i-V II. Utile. In brick Lulitllnc ud lotnlns Vsl OlUce. rillouatleii, U.uk-l'ay oiut Pension collected. R OHKHT F. CIiAltK, ATT OH N E Y-AT-L A W Office corner oi Main and Maiket street., over First National lialiK, iiiuonisuum. ' a. H. I, IT TDK, A T T O 11 N K V A T L. A w. Dtrlce Cotirt-lloiise Alley, below the CoLUXtlltAN (iillce lIlonmsburK, l'a. 0, IJ. imOCKAS'AY, ATTOHNEV AT LAW nl.DOMriliUUO. PA. air OfFirr. Court Houie Alley, Lelow the CV liinicaun oince. rjaul'7. T IJ. PUItSKL, ...... .,..,.r. ...milt. i tn irtiflWW UAH MAI'Hlir.. .iii' makufal'iCUKk; and denier in , nifirriin ItOltKH. nn llsS. U IVKK ICTH AC uhtcli U teeU contldeiit lit can nell At lowt-r rate than any other rwrnou lu Uw country. Ki nmlne foryoiinsplvch. Hhop first door below 1h rrwt Ofllce iloln Htreet, nioomklmrz. I1-. OOK S T o It 1C Th. under, eneit. havlllf- taken tile rnoin. 1.I..U- nci-iit.li il Tiv Dr. 1. .It.nn next door ahoe the l.xeiiatut Hotel, Mould notify the rltlriniol the Countythat tliere will beeoiintautly on baud a full lusottneiit of H00KH, bTAUONEIlV, AND WALL PAn.ll Also the alloua MiiimhIoih and Newsrarcis publlslii d In this eountiy, unlets for which Mill bu tromptly atleuited to, THE CIllCl'LATl.MI I.llillAlil wlileh has been In t xlsti nee for a jenr, calls ror the stronmr supiott of Hie toiiiniiiii l. Hie lerms are riiisnnablc. and nddltlonal hi.bhcrlbeis iireneedid tojuhtil) uu Increase In the nuuner oi i ouinit s. The Usual large stock ol NOTIONS AND r.Nt' r.OOlW, Kill be kept upend no pains spaml to s.itlsly the wants of pun-hateis. ,,-i.,,n May II, '09 If liluomsiii.rg. Pa, DKA1'N1S, IU.INDNKSS AND fatal rli tie.itid wlllitl eutmosl siniess, In ......... i. k.i.i n..,i.,....i.riii.H. 111. C. . .....I iM.'ll..'. .i..M..lliiliti !.. Vvilti'iii ittllmp I'if Vrnnay'txnnUt, l rart upeiuare, llormerl.v of l.ejlllll, iiiiiiiiiiii.i ,u. fu.iiui r-iii-i-i. .ii.M., 1CM i in i hi uu" 'i r " .it. . . , .i... cal fa ully ate ln Ited to aciniiipiiiiy tlulr pa Hints, as lie ha no nereis In his piactl.e. Ar tificial ejes niseiiio HIII.Ulll l'lt. III! l-IJMIK'- lor exaialuatlou. Jan. W, e'.i..r T A DIES' FANCY FUUS! JOHN FAULIUA, 718 Arch Htreet, Middle of the block. lwt eon 71 Ii and Mil hliett nouiii r.i.ie, t iinaueii ina. uu piirter.Miinuraclureruiid Dniler u. ull hiuils and nualllyof FANCY FUItH 1 l)H l.Alillii ,li 1.1111. ' JlllEN'H WHAIL ll.,i.n . iilnrit. il rllllllll-l.Hl ailll I llllir, l Cll I1IV old und favoriiblyUuoan I'L'll Eill'oUlUM.iiiol haVtUg lUlporietl U ory laia n m ,i,',iii,i ,ih- kiirliiieuti'l ull lh illUeretit knit ' J,"r" from 111. I hands In 1 uroie, and hae bud Hum imulu t,n i.. ,i... in. .i.t kLillttil uiitkliu n. 1 would la. in t tliiltv Invllemy filind.nf t o iitnhla und ail Jacentl ouiiliis, to cult and examine my vuiy large and beauilfiil ussorliiuit ol run y I'tiis, it.r Lames und ti ltil.tr. a. 1 uiu tieieiuiiiiMi to sellut us low pileih as uy oihr lisp talilti II. usv In, II.H i lly, Alt rills Wllltuld.d, .No utsrepresiiualluus to utlvei s !t. JOHN F.MIKII1A, Oct. li'OMui. 71S Alch Htreet, I'lllladelphU, PHILADELPHIA DIRECTORY W II.UAM FISIIEU with THOMAS CAHSON & 00. wiiOLraAl.r. . UKAUillH AY jiosiuny, .MP.N'S FUHNIB1I1NO (IOUIH, I.ISKXH 4 NOTIONS, no. H NoitTit rouiiTii STiirr.r Ptllt.AUHl.PinA. Jnne 4,'li'J-Cm JICIIAUDSON D. WIUGIIT, Jit. a i Tonsr.r a t i.a h no. i boutii sixth sTiinr.T. rillbAMLI'IIIA. Oct. -.ven-iy TOHN HTItllt?!' A m.. Surrrssnrs toHtnmp.v linitbe i WHOLl-lALr. UKALRPJ IV FHH Nn.mNoHL w t:stit. r-rt'tr '.itl v . .'hlls.leli.ls g I E V V. S A N I) W I H E 0 1. O T II , . jt a it t r a u t v n k v n v PKt.Lmm mtoTiiniiH t:3 Mntket stti u, Phllndclphla. Sept. 2l,'i!)-3ni. Q W. HLxVllON .V (.. MRDiifiu'turcro on. rrrny ani winik.w ii i Whfft.i'U'-', ,o, ii North Ihtrtt i PlilU.tf (.ft!fl. G EOUUE II. IIODEKTH, Imjiorter and Dealer in IIAIlDWAItl:, CUTLEHY, 0UN8. M . No. Ill North Third Hlreet, almve Vit.. I'lillaitelphla, gNYDEH, 1IAHHIS & ItASSETT, launraciurcra and jootirs of MEN'S AND nOYS' CLOTIUNU. Nos. S25 Markrt, and &.' Coiurm r -e nirni r'.ta.letplils JOHN C. YEAGEIt & CO., Wholesale. Dealers In HATS, CAPS, SI HAW GOODS, AND LAD1IS' runs No, 2S7 Noith Third Mtrepl, Iar.lO,'eo-ly Phtlndelphls. jgSrAHhlSIIED 17B3. JOIIDAN41II10T11EII, Wholesalo Grocert, and Deaters In SALTPETER AND llULMSTONr: No S43 North Third St. piiilailelphla. II. WAI.i'EIl, lAte Waller ft Kanb. Importer and Df4iter In '.'IIINA, GLASiiJJlND IJIIEENSWA UN No. 13l N. Third Hue, t. I'htlailelptila. H. W.. HANK'S WIIOLEHALB TOUACCO, HNUFF, AND CIUAH WAHEIIOUHE. No. 146 North Third Slrret, between Cherry and Race, i'sl .1 le Philadelphia. w 7".VUTMAN & ENOElvMAN, uihacco, snuff eoak JIANUI'ACTOllY. sfo. 513 orth TifinriaritKKi, Second Door bt low Wood, P II I LA DE I. P H 1 A. I. W. tl'ARTMA? P. KNIlr.l.M A. w iVINWKIUIIT A CO., W It O L E H A 1. E (. U O C V. US, N. n. llnriier Second and Arch Streets, PlIIUAbCl eiilA, Dealers In TEAS, SYHUP.S. COFFEE, HITOAU, MOLASHhl RIl'E, 8PICC1, Bl ('ARB HODA, tC.. ilC. fS. Orders will receive prompt attention. May 10, DW-ly. (. It, ltOKNtt. W. S. KINO. J. 11. SLYljrRT. JJOKNE, KINO A SEYI5EHT, W 11U1.1 SAl.li i;itt liUUUiN No. 313 Market Strejl PHILADELPHIA. Orders filled rromilly at lowest January 3, 1H3. Major K. It. AltlMA.V 11, llll.l.lHllaK. M. ilOKV UTJIAN, DII.I.INOEH A CO., NO. 101 NOIUII TIIIUD ST. PHILADELPHIA Two Doori above Arch formerly MtsiTArri'unis ami juiii:i:k.s IN CAHPETH, COI'TONH Y.MINS, llATTINO, OIL CI.OTIIH, CAP.PLT CHAINS, CDIIDAOE OILHHADE", CHAIN HAOH.TIE YAIIN, WICK YAMN, WINDOW I'ATKK, COV1UI k.la, AI.K', WILLOW AND WOODKV WAHK UII00H1, HHl'SIIES, toOZINU (ibASSfa, TRUNKS 1'cb. 5,'OJ acgaoiMiii HOTELS, &'C- J'OHIC'S IIOTKIj, uuuituj. vi. ai.Mjui-., rropncior. Vhe nltip'c wrll-Knoiui hrt' Iiah rm-rntlr under- fLie rtitV;ilflmtiyt,'b In Uu tntcrnul arrangement, und ttHprt j-rleior unuiuinceH to hi former eiutom mm uif iiHtiiiiii',. jiu i me mm 111a itv-v-uiuiinuuiiB Tor the rornfort of liU KiieKtHnr? second to nous in Hie countrj . lilt table will nluaya be found ur piled, not only nilh milistniitlal fiHKl, but with nil thu di'llea.-lehol the m-iimou. Hit wliitn rind li nn or s (except that poiiular beverarif known it '.VfZcnr"), purchnel dliect from the Importtr-J. houMrn.Hio cmiri-iv pure. ami irre irom nit p"i fonnusilrnjjH. lie 1" thanklnl rorulihernl pntrnn In the pat, und will continue todehme it tn (he iiuuro. iti.uinrr. . .iinuui.n. c () U V M 111 A Ii () U K K, a v II K It .V A It I' HTn U N Kit. Ma VIM. l:it.'l miii'tiased ami UMed un Iho wMriowii KuMsdii Hotel Property , IothUhI a HCW IMK1H- AIIOVK THR C'UUUT lini'HK, lill I ill' I4llir lllf UI IltC llTI. Ill tlir H'BII HI IIiiM)ii.burk'. ani huvlHL' obtained a tlren.t foi lie bunie h n It E S T A I) H A N T , me Proprletoi ti.is determined to gl to the peo ple visiting the ton it n business or pleasure, A LIITLI- MtlllE UllOM. Hlsslalilllt .it." l i itelisHe. and Is lilted li to inn luiKUiestiiid ciiiiliiucs In thetlrj. He prom Ises Ihiil eer tiling aliiuil hlseslalilUlintent shall lieeoudllclitl in an uilt-ll) aud laaflll manlier, und he rcspecirilll) solicits a share ol Hie public I alrotiage, ftnj I7 ti7-iim. 7XCIIANCJE HOTEL, III.OOMHIII'HO.COLIMIIIA CO., PA. T be underslirlieil llHVInu lilllltiaseil tills well- tilloauaudcelilrally-liMiilcilttiilise.tlie Exchanue Itolel, slllluie oil iii.i. ri ui-.r. 1 , 111 iiiisiuistiing iniliifillately opposl-e the Columbia eon it ly Court House, r.spectltillv Iniin m their frit nils audthe public lu general tl.Ul lllelr house Is now III order lor 1 1 it- leci ptlnii uml eitteitiiluiiiiiit of travellers alto x. av be dupoMil to f.lol tlulth their us. torn, 'llio ttae spuieii no expeiisttin preparing tin. FxchaiWefortlieentertaluuieniofthelrgui-si. neither shall there be aiiylliliig wauttiiK on their ,alt 10 liltutsler in liu-ir personal riii.ii".,,. nifv muse Is snicious, and enjojs an excellent bUsl- ntss Ita-atli 11. ... , . ... in. .1,11, us. run ul ull t mis between thai i- ehuiiuu I loir I and the arious railroad deiajts, y nhtch travellers ill be pleasantly conveyed 1.1 and fftuii the itsia-. lUe siullons n dim tline i lll'l Hie ears. KOONH 4 tLAUK. Ulooaisburg, April S. 1608. fir, It tai iwfc I nil'. Il 1-' 1 I I BLOOMSBUPtG, PA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, (ilioifc gocttij. SHAMIS O'llMEN'S 1IAN01N0. Tho folio wl hi; celebrated pnem h too Rood lopn-n by. As liistorlcal In thnr nctcr, nnd lllustratlvo of tho tyr.miiy of tifllcittU and Koverniiit'iit tit tho tlino It Is vnl uablt'j nnd I lieu Mrlttm In buuh peculiar Mylo, with Its wit, humor and elt.iiueiiic, it bus few If tiny cqunH. lleiid it und you will wnnt to read It nvaln. Just afthcr tho wnr, In the year 'CO, As soon as the boys wero nil scattered and bate, 'TwnH the custom whenever n plmnt was pot, To hniiR him hy thrlal liarrin' cleh as wan shot. Tin re W4H thrlal by Jury roIii' on by ilnyliifht, And tho martial law btinclu' tho luvltn by night. It's tlilm ivns linrd times (or an honest Kosootij If ho missed In tlicJiulo ho'd meet a drHgoon; An' wlifther the '.ojcrft or Judges rcv sentence, The dlvil a much tlmothey allowed fur ri'pt'iittinee. An' Its lirmy'a the fine boy wni thin for ltN Keepln', Wld small sliaru of i( stlii', or ntin', or slcepln', An' because they loved Erin, an' fcorn- id to sell It, A prey for the blood hound, a marl: for thu bullet Unsheltered by nluht, and imristed by day. With the lteatli for their b.trrneks re venge foi their pay; Aii'lliebraventandliarillestboy iv them nil Was Siiamus O'Uiup.n, from tho town iv Uliiignll. His limbs wero well set, an' his body was light, An' tlie keen-fitnged hound hail not teeth half so white; liut hU Inco was as palo as tho f.tco of the dead, And his cheek never warmed with tho blush of tho red; An' fornll that ho wasn't an ugly young bye, For t lie dlvil himself couldn't blnzo Willi his eye, So droll nn' so wicked, so dark an' so bright, Dike n fire Hash that ero-tses the depths oftlio night; An' lie was tho best mower that ever 1ms been, And the illignnteit liurler that ever was si en. In feiii'in' ho gev P.itrkU Jlooney a cut, An' in jiiiiipin' ho bale Tom Malowney n lul; For liglitnc-s iv fut there was not his pi er, For, by gorrn, he'd almost outrun the rt d deer, An' Ins danein' was sk'h that the men u-( d to stare, An' the women turned er.izy, ho done it so Mjiidie; Alt' I iv goini tho whole world gev it into him tiiere. An' it's lie wan the hoy Unit was hard to lie caught, An' It's maiiy's the one can remember (ltitto well The qnare tilings ho done; an' its oft I lieerd tell, How lie fieikened tho mngistratis in C'nhirbally, An'oM'apcd through the snjers in Aber- hm Valley; An' httlurctl iheyeomen, himself agin' four, An' stretched the twostrong"t on ntild Cialtlinorc. Hut the fox must sleep sometimes, tho wild deer must reit, An' treachery prey on the blood iv the best. Afthcr many n brave action of power and pride, An' many n hard night on tho moun tain's bleak side, An' a thousand great danger.-' and toils OMTpaat, In the darkness of niglit he wus taken at Inst. Now, Sliiiiiius, look back on the beauti ful moon, For the door of iliopri'ou must cloic o.i you soon, An' lake yutir last look at her dim love ly light, That falls on the mountain mid valley lill- night One loSlTii't the village, one look at the flood, V""" An' ono at the sheltering; far distant wood, Farewell to the furci-t, farewell to the hill, An' fttiewell to tho friends that will think or you still. Farewell lo tho patht ni.tho hiullit' mi' wuke, An' f.itewill to the girl that would die lor your tike. An' twelve sodgers brought him to tho Mary borough JaII; An' tho turnkey tc.-nvul him, refuMn nil ball, The fleet limbs wor chained, nml the sthrong hands wor hound, An' he Initl (low ii Ills length on the cold prison ground, An' the dreams of his childliood kem over Ii I in there, As gi ulje an' soft ns tho swf tt mumm r air; An' linppy remembraiicis crowding on escr, As fast as tho foam ll.iLisdilft down on Iho river, Ililiiging flesh to ids heart merry days lung gone by, Till Iho tuirs gnthcriil heavy nnd thick in his eye. Hut tho leiiris didn't fall, for the pride at his heart Would not suffer one drop down his pale cluck to stutl; An1 he sprang to his tie! In tho dark priton i live, , Hy the hopes of ihe good, nn' thocaiiso of the .bravo, An' ho aworo with tho fierceness that misery gave That when ho wus mouldering lu tho cold gruvo I' -ilY I Ills enemies nes-er should li.ivo It to boast, Ills scorn for their vengeaneo ono mo ment wus lo?t; His bosom might bleed, but his cheek would bodhry, For iindauiiKd ho lived, and uml mint ed hu'd die. As soon ns a fow were over and gone, The terrible day Iv tho thrlal kern on ; Thero was slcli n crowd thero was scarce room to stand, An' sodgers on guard, an' dragoons sword In hand; An' thu court house so full that tho peo ple were bothered, An' attorneys, an' criers an tho point ol belli' smothered ; An' e .uiisL'llors almost gave over for dead, An' tho Jury tlllln' up In their box overhead ; An' thejudgo settled out so determined tin' big, With ills gown on bis back nnd an liti gant new wig; An' silence was called, an' tho tiilntt was said Tho court was ns still ns the heart of tho dead, An' they heard but tho openin' of ono prison lock, An'ShamtisO'llrloncamo Into tho dock. For ono minute ho turned his eye round on the throng, An' he looked at the bars so firm nnd so strong. An' he raw that he lmd not n hope crn fileml, A chance to escape nor n word to de fend; An' ho fmded bis aim3 ns ho stood thero alone, As calm nnd as cold ra n stittuo of btonc; An' they read n big writln', n ytird long nt lnste, An' .Tim didn't understand lt,nor mind it a taste, An' tho Judge tool: a pinch lv snuff.nn' ho says, "Are you guilty or not, Jim O'Brien av you pluse V" An' all he'd ;helr breath In the sllenco of dli read, An' Sltamus O'Hrleu mado answer and said : "My lord, ifyoti ak me, if In my life ttmo I thought any treinotor did any crlmo That should call to my eheek,as I stand mono here, The hot blush of shame, or the coldness of fear, Though I stood nt the grave to receivo my death blow, Before Clod nnd the world I would nn- sweryou no; lint if you would nsk me, ns I think it like, If in this rebellion I carried a pike, An' fought, for ould Ireland from the fir.t to the close, An' shed Iho heart's blood of her hit (crest foes, I answer you, ye, nnd I tell you again, glory then In her eaii-o I was willing my veins should run dhry, An' now fi.f her Mike lam ready to die." Tho silence was great and the Jury smiled liiight, An' tliejitdge wasn't sorry Iho Job was made light ; Though I stand hero to perish, it's my 15y my soivl,its himself was the crabbed ould chap, In a twinkllii' he pulled on his ugly black cap, Then Shtimiis' mother In the crowd Mainlin' by, Culled out to thejudgo with a pitiful cry: "O I Judge darlln,' don't, oh I don't say the word, Tho eralhur is young, have inc rcy, my lord ; He was foolish, ho didn't know what ho was doln;' You don't know lilm,iny lord, oh I don't give, him to ruin ; He's the kindliest crnthur, tho tender- est Itiarted ; Don't part Hi forever, wo that's so long parted. Jutlge.mavoiirnecn, forgive him, forgive him, 'ny lord. An' God will forgive you, oh I don't say tho word I" Thar was tho first mlnuto that O'Brien was shaken, When lie saw that ho was not qullo for got or foraken, An' down his palo cheek at tho word of his mother, Tho big tears wor rtinnln' fast, ono afther th' other; AnUtwo or threo times ho endeavored to speak, But thifstlfroiig. manly volco used to f.iHIuir and break; . , . . t.., ... i.. i... ,i. C rte irii.i.TT7 ttllk ill nisi uy inn ni.t--iiiii u. 11..1 iniii mounting pride, lie conquered und masthered his grief's biu'IHh' tide, An', says ho "mother darlln,' don't break your poor heart, For sooner or later, tho dearest must pari ; An' Ood knows it's better than wander ing in fear, On the bleak, trackless mountain among tho wild deer. To Ho In tho grave, where tho head, heart and breast From thought, labor and sorrow forev er shall rest. Then mother, my dnrlln' don't cry any more, Don't itiitko me in broken, In this, my last hour, For I wish when my head's lyln1 under the raven, No truo in in can say that 1 died liken craven I" Then towards the Judge Slinmus bent down his head, Ait' that minute the solemn death sen tenco wits Mild. Tito iiioruin' win bright, tin' tho mist rose on high, An' the lull; whistled merrily In tho sky, Hut, why arc the men hlandlng idle so late'.' Alt' why tin the crowds gather fast In tho street',' What kiiui) they to talk of? what como tbvy lo mo.',' An' why dm the long ropo hang from the cm-'. Ireo? O, Sham in O'Hilen I pray fervent nnd fust, i Mill if ff 31 if 1869. COL. May the saints take your .soul, for thH day Is your last : Pray fmt un' pray sthrong, for tho mo mcnt Is nigh, When slliroiig, proud un' great as you nro you must die. An' faster nn' faster the crowd gathered there, Boys, horses, nnd gingerbread Just llko a fair: An' whiskey wnssellln' an' cussamiick too, An' ould men and young women enjoy ing the view. An' ould Tim Mulvnuey, he mod tho remark, Tlioro'wivn'tslcli n sight since the time of Noah's ark ; An' bo gurry, 'twas thruefor hltn, for dlvil slch n scourge, Slcli dlvarehln and crowds was known since the deluge, For thousands wero gathered there, If thero was one, Wnltln' till sueli time as tho untight Id como on; At last they threw open the big prison Bate, An' out came tho sherinsand sodgers In state, An' a cart in tho middle, an' Sliamus was In it : Not pder, but prouder than ever, that minute. An' us soon ns the pcoplo saw Slinmus O'Urlen. Wld prayln' aud bles.sln', and nil tho girls cryin ; A wild wallln'sound kem on by degrees. Like the sound of the lonesomo wind blowln' through trees. On, to the gallows tho sheriffs aro gone, An' tho cart nn' tho sodgers go steadily on ; An' at every sldoswollln' nround ol tho cart, A wild sorrowful sound that Id open your heart. Now under tho gallows tho cart takes its stand, An' tho hangman gets up with tho ropo in Ills hand: An' tho priest liavin' blest him, goes down on tho ground, An' Shamus O'Brien throws ono last look around. Thnn the hangman drow ninr, an' the pcoplo grew still, Young faces turned sickly, and wnrra hearts turned chill : An' tho ropo belli' ready Ids neck was made bare, For the gripe of the life strangling ropo to prepare ; But tho good priest done more, for his bauds ho unbound, An' with ono daring spring Jim has leaped on the ground ; Bang! bang! goes the carbinis,and clash goes tlie sabres, He's not down 1 he's alive still I now stand to him, neighbors ; Through the smoke and horses he's In to the crowd, By the heavens he's free, than thunder tuoro loud. By one shout from tho" people tho heavens wero shaken One shout that tho dead or tho world might awaken. But if you want hangln, 'its yourself you must hang ; To night ho'll be sleepin' in Aherloo GHn, An' the divils in thodlroif you catch him agin, Tho sodgers ran this way, tho sheriffs ran that, An' tlie sheriffs weio both of them pun ished severely, An' fined like tho dlvil, because Jim douo them so fairly. A week after this time without flrln' a cannon, A sharp Yunkro schooner called out of the Shannon, An' thocaptnln left word ho was goln to Cork. But tho devil a bit ho was bound to New York ; An'tliat verynlghtshoritiiRo near land, That somo thought sho would strike up on O nltimore strand ; But before tho daylight, like a winged sen mow, As bwift and as fleet to tho westward she flew. "Bud Iuck,"eaid tho police -"ludJuc!;," said tho stijer, "Wothotthnt wo had him" but .Tim proved a dodger. Tho very next Spring a bright morn- In' in May, Just six mouths after thugreat 'hanging' day,' A Utter wns brought to tho town of Kiblare, And on the oulsido was written out lidr, "To oulij Mrs. O'Brien In Ireland .or -flaowticro'i" . An' lu thttinsldo began : f'Mydeargood mi Id mother, I'm safe, an' happy and not wishln' to bother You in the rndin' with tho help of tho priest) I send you enclosed Inthislctherut htist Enuf to pay him an' fetch yo away, To this 'land of thu free and .hravo' Merrlka. Here you'll bo happy, tin' niver nude cryin' So long as you're mother of Slinmus O'Brien; flivo my love toswnte Biddy, and tell her beware. Of that spalpeen.whocjllshiinself Lord of Klldare.' And Just say to thu Judge, 1 don't now euro n rap For hiiii or liU wig, or his dirty black cap ; An' tis for tliu dragoons them paid men of slatighther -Say I lovo tlieiii.ns thu dlvil loves holy wnther. An' now, my good mother, ono word of advice : Tnl:e u lag o.'peintres an' oat meal an' rice, Ax Father O'l'onnei' when you pass Ihro Derry To give jou a lino tn Ills friend Captain Murray, An' If he's not at Cork, then llnd Cap tain Skhldy, They uro bollt tho right men to take care of a widdy, For tin If hearts nre so warm an' so kind my dear mother, DEM.-VOL. XXXIII NO. 3G. They will Irate you exactly ns If ench was youi brother ; An' wen yoMart from nuld Ireland take passago lo Cork, An' enmoatrntuover to tho town of Now York-. An' thero ns tho mayer tho best wny logo To the State of Cincinnati, in tho town of Ohio, For 'tis there you will find me, without much Ihryln.' At tho 'Hnrp nn' tho Eagle' kept by Sl.amus O'Brien.' cflUUrfUiUUDUS. An Awkard Predicament. Out in Mis?ourl lives n Mrs. Hemp dale, who has or had a daughter named Laura, who loved n mini named Jack. This man Jack she didn't llko, but was informed by a neighbor that Jack nnd Laura bad arranged a plan of elope ment. Her mind was quickly mado up. Sho announced to Laura tho next morning that sho was going to Bellvlllo on a vis it, to be gone threo days, and that she must bo a good girl, nnd not tear tho hoiis.0 down while sho was gone. That night Jack kniyv of it, and ns ho rend that nice llttlo noto thnt bade him come over nnd stay until mother comts home, and what u splendid time we will have, ho smiled, knocked the nshoj off his cigar, nnd resolved on tho course he would pursue. Jack went over, but thero is no earth ly use in attempting to describe tho delcctablo thtngs ho enjoyed ; it was a sugar season at that plantation, sure. Just before dutk, while Jack was run ning over full of the occasion, In rushes Laura's wulting woman with, "Lor bress uie, ehil'u, or yer iiint mNsesat donate." "My Gud I Dinah, what shall wo do with Jack?" "Pop him in de closet, Miss Laura," and Jack was popped In the closet In a twinkling or nn eye. In stalked the old lady, who sharply scrutinizing tho disconcerted and blush, ing countenance of Laura, feltsuro that Jack had been there. 'Como here, Laura. Now you can't deceive me. That abominnblo Plnnie lias been here, and you and ho have tlx ed uprn a runaway match to como off to-night; I know you set." Laura was silent, tint! tho old lady continued. "But you'll find your mother Is no fool, and too sharp for you my lady. Sooner than you should marry that miserable Jack Plnlne, I'd see you laid in your grave. He Is not going to squander toy money I assure you.1' The old lady rose, und going to a clothes pree.s returned with several com furls aud it pillow. Then walking up to tho closet whero Jack was concealed, threw them in and said to Laura. "Now march In hero Miss, step along; I'll look out that you don't see that low-born mechanic tills night." L'iiirn protested that she did not want to, declaring that her mother might be sorry for it some day. But without payiutr any attention, her mother gave her n push, shut the door nnd locked it put tho key in her pocket and went to bed. Early In the morning tho old lady arose, and without waiting to dress took the key from her pocket and open ed tho closet door to bid Laura come forth, gnzed wildly for nn instant nnd utterrcd a most piercing scream. Becovering very rapidly, she started away from tho door nnd e.illed faintly to Laura : "Lnura, dear, go into tho kitchen nnd see about breakfast." Then presently: "Jack, I say Jack." Jack came forth with n F-on-in-law looking nlr, and answered: "Well, madnine, what is it?" "Do you know anything about a farm?" said sho. "Nothing to brag of, ma'am," paid Jack humbly. "Well, ot any rate, Jack, I think that nfter breakfast you nnd Laura may ns well go down to tho city nnd get mar ried, for I am tired of watching you that's Rfnet." 'Fuaid 'Twouidn't Hold Out. A passenger on the Llttlo Miami liailrond Lightning Exprios relates that ono night tin old negro.In droll alarm about thu bliot ttning or his through ticket.ac costed him us follows: " '.'Look here, boss, I wnnt to nx you a fluoatlotLTtsrs n'good wayffrdm homo, and wants to know if I'd on the right truck?" 'Where do you want to go, uncle?" we itskid. "To Fort Gibson, way down In Ar- kltisaw, Btih. Now, boss, I's Ignorant, and wants to know If I'h on tho right kenr for Cinccrntttl." Wo assured our negro friend he was all right lor Cincinnati, when ho broke loose in follows : "Look a here, bo.s, I doesn't know nothing when IN nwny from home clean fact, salt. When I started out from Washington city I hud a power ful long stilng of (leso hear" exhibit ing that portion of his through ticket which had not been taken up. "Eoery now and then a gentleman comes 'round and tars off a little piece. Tell you, sab, It's gitten mighty short. 'Fraid it nlnt gwine to hold out until I gets through." 'this last remark creatid quite n laugh. In which the negro Joluiil heartly. Th cue was not long blnco p devout but Ignorant paplst.d welling in Spain. Ho perceived tho necessity of his own private prayers to God, btsldes tho pa ternosters, but so simple was lie, that how to pray ho know not. Only every iiiorulni;. Iiumblv bendinir his knees and lil ting up his hands and eyes to Heaven, lie would deliberately repeat tho alphabet, 'And now," ho would say, "O good Ood, put theso letters to gether to epell syllables, to spell word?, to inakobuclmensoasiiiay ho most to thy glory nnd to my good." KATES OP ADVEUT1E1KO." Ono square, (Ion lines or Ha equlva Unit In nonpareil typo) ono or two Inser tions, tl.CO; three Insertions, $2.00. . IFAU. IK, in. U. DM. IT. one square..... tXSO n.oo i,oo te.iw tto.oe R,00 7,00 .8,(0 111,00 7,X I',!)' 1J.0B 1S.0O .U0 11,00 17.C0 25.C0 13,00 14,00 20,30 80,(0 ltM 9000 30.00 00.00 Two square!...., 8,W Three squares... Iff) Pour squares 70 Quartor column.. 10,00 naif column...... 13,00 One column,,......, 30,00 88,00 40,00 60,00 100,10 lixeeuiors or Administrator's JNotieo, M.OOj Auditor's or Artlittit&V! Notice, 52.C0. Local Notices, (wcnly cents n lino by tho year ten ecnta. Cards in tho' "Directory" column, $2.00 per year for tho first two lilies, nnd 1.00 forcilcli additional Hue. , Feedino Cim,DUUNChlldron,who, whilo growing, must form more llsuo than they waste, consume fnoro fjod in proportion toMieir weight, and nossess nn re active digestions thtitindulKThoy fhonld havd their meals with snorter Intervals, and care should bu taken to avoid nil influences that may disturb digestion. Prominent nmong these Is a deficiency of clothing. Tho human body, llko nny other thing of greater warmth than the surrounding ulr, has n constant tendenev to nnrt with In nr. cess of heat by radiation, nnd to check mis cooling process wo envelop oursel ves in non-tonductlng fabrics. It stands tn rCMiUnn f Viflt thn trri-mini ttM en rf.t nn exposed tho morn rapidly will radiation occur ; and yet wo frequently too chil dren with chest, arms, nnd legs bared llV fiislllno. In thn fnlili.jf woutltnr tell Ii. out regard to tho general depression of lemiicraiure, which must also involve that of tho digestive organs. xno met or cmidrcu should bo regula ted by a consideration of their functional capacities. In infancy, nature furnishes In tho mother's milk nil requisite ele ments in u condition ronntrliirr tin mo. chunlcal treatment, but merely simple chemical action. A little later, as tho lirst teeth beoln to mnko their nnnp.ir. nnce, food easily separable may be al lowed, nnd in tho mnslicating apparatus advances towards perfection, ai tides re quiring more tearing and grinding may oo grauuauy auueu to tho catalogue. xno ncuvity ot mo digesting secretions increases in nronortion to dental de velopment, so that many substances (sucii ns potatoes) which nro easy to masticato nro not diirestiblo in Lnrlv childhood. Tho milks of different animals vary In constitution as regards the propor tion of their constituents, human mllL- contaitilng more water and sugar than that of tho COW. For lids reason, when an infant Is "brought up by hand," or in tho nroccss of weanlm?. It Is iuii.il f r dilute nnd sweeten cow's milk In order to Urlng It nearer tin human standard. Goat's milk for the saint purpose would require more dilution but no sweeten ingits perccntago of sugar exceediug oven that of tho cow. It is extlemely doubtful, however, whether the addi tion of water to cow's milk serves any good purpose; uml it is certain that far too mucii is usually added. Human milk contains about 80 nartsof water in 100 ; cow's milk about SO or three parts less In 100 : vet lo roniiien-.nti fur tlil-i slight dill'urence tiie latter ii ccJriinionly dilutetl with double its bulk of water berore giving it to a hungiy baby. Bo it always renu mburtd that un iiihint's prot erest looU Is its own mother's milk, aud that bho who can buckle her child und does it not, is guilty of a seriouif fenso against God's law. A. L. Cak iioll, in Harpers Magazine for A'orcni ter. A ItOMANTIC CorA RTNEllS 1 1 1 P. A correspondent of the Boston Iravtller, writing irom JndlanapoUs, tells tho. following anecdote: A fellow hv the. name of Mr. Charles Cuthortno w.,n ctpturred at Wilson's Creek when Ueneral Lyon was killed, und placed under a Confederal guard. Whenev er n prisoner vislud tu lo.ivo thu lino to get a drink at the spring, a Confed erate went with him. A rellow named Billings went with Catherloti to the spring, and Cutlierton bare-aiiied with him to Jet him get nwny, und lie would pay Iilui. The arrangement was that tho Csyifederato was to let Catherloti run, and flro his gun In another direc tion, and pretend to pursue. If Caliier- ton goi away no was to send Billings ono hundred dollars by his brother, who was it prisoner in tho Federal hands. and would doubtless soon boexchanged. Tho plan worked. Catherlon ran, tho Confederate Billiitsrs fired his t'lin nnd shouted, tint it did not avail nnvthhiL'. of course. Calherton cot back to St. Louis, found Billings' brother and sent tlio ono hundred dollars ns ho agreed. After the wnr Cuthort'.n and Bllllncs nceldenlnlly niet,nnd coming to InilKu npoiis itavo set up a grocery uml pro- unco More together. Cob a. Mow att, who Is writing for eign letters for theSau Francisco C'iroi- Me, tells a story of a bridal pair, mak ing tho tour of Swlizerland.who recently camo to a crowded hotel,- nnd were in formed by tho landlord that there was one unoccupied room in the house, tho bath room, and that a couple of bids might ho. mado lu the two baths will' h it coiitalhed Tho youthful couple wero well pleased to secure even this shelter even nfier a fatiguing journoy, nnd re tired to resl. An hour or two later tho stillness of the night was suddenly hro- kcu by shrieks of distress issuing from the bjth-room. Tho lady, wishing lo summon a servant, had pulled what sho presumed was a bell-ropo buspendo.l over her bed hi tho b.uh, when sudden ly she was Inundated by u bhower of cold water. Tho gentleman, ruustd by her crhs, and not quite comprehending tho position, pulled a supposed hell-ropo uh It'll lie felt dangling over his b.n It- bed, to bring him tt domibtic, hut bi ought, In stead, it shower of hot water over himself. It was quite dark, aud neither brhle nor bridegroom could grope their way to tho door. By tho time succor camo they were up to their knees in water. An Equivocal Answku. A certain literary gentleman, wishing to bo un. disturbed nnoduy, Instructed his Irish servant to admit no ono, nnd If tiny one Inquired for him lo give them an "equivocal answer." Night came, nnd tho gentlunan proceeded to luterrogato Pat ns to his cullers : "Did any one call." "Yes, sir, wan glntleman." "What did hoi-iiy?" "lie axed was yt-r lienor in." "Well what did you loll him V" "Sure, 1 cavo him n iiulvvlkloui.swer, Jlst." "How was that?" "I uxed him was ids grandmother n monkey." Tho people ol Texas nro packing beef lush ud of pork, ns tbu latter U six cents u pound more.