The Columbian. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1866-1910, December 24, 1869, Image 1
msbure: Dirocfcorv. 'illiiilr "sasT-"""! ,T - .'STOVES AND TINWAKE. .M-UJj . i'!' """ " move uuwure, uu :, Main st. west of Market, vl-ul J dfWllcr 111 fctnVfai mill Mnwnrn UU ( V ISUUACt V 111 I , clothing, ,c. WW LQWENIlElttl, Merchant Tailor. Muln UWl ruu)b jviui-iiciui limine. Vl-114 I MflTrMiMtRtS, Merchant Tailor nnd Audit lor ft fhe Jlew 1'orluuii Sewttin Machine, Jnmer of StirVrt ) VMn St., over Miller' stoic, vS-nlll WflJGS, CHEMICALS, Ac. nltm DrtiKRltni! Apothecary. Main st. the rost unice, Vl-nl KerlH' BROH.. Druggists nnd Apothecntles Brewer's Dlock Mnln st. vl-n:l -jtM at arCT-W 11 - . vCLOCICS, WATCHES, AC. nfKLWVAOE, dealer In Ujreiry( Mulii at., Just Clocks, Watches and uciow liio American vl- RE LTOlYKtJPPlNOKIl. Watclic.. Hnix-ffieln .MWVKy wi, juaiiimreei. near vvestHt. v;, lll-i r OUW BERNIIAIII). Watch mill Clock maker. U near southeast corner Main and Iron sls.vl-4! RWCATHCAUT, Wntch ami (Suck Makcr.Mar , ketstreet, below Mulu. J-nl" BOOTS AND SHOES. : IIOLLEDER, Manuractnrcr nml dealer In loots anu Biioes. Jla n street, onnosllo i:rilR. Church. vl-nM KK..' BROWN, Hoot und Shoemaker, Main I. street, opposite the Coutt House. vl-ulJ low iiartman'B store, west or Market, vl-1 1 KY.KLEIM, Manufacturer ami dealer In hs anu uaocs, urocertes, etc., Maui street, iloorasbure. vl-nlJ ... f PROFESSIONAL. R.' H. 0.IIOWEE, burgeon Dentist, Muln St., tkbovetho Court House. l-nl.l ,WM. M. UEI1ER, Hurnoon and I'liyklclau, iKeaiucicuver uuu'd uoouiiuiro vii-no BF. KINNUV, Surgeon Deutlkt. Tectli iu wituuuti'uui; itiuin bl., uturiy op. lcopal C'liurcti, vl-ulD f . R.' lKELEn. Altnrney-at.Law, Ofllce, 2d If toot in Exchange Ulock, near lliu "Uiclmuge tot!.! 3-ul r, NOKELV Y, M. 1)., HurKeon nml I'll slclan. J.northtldeMaln !., below Market. vluia r B.'EVAN8, M. D.. Hurtienn and l'liyslclan. I outn mdsMalu Ktroel, below Market, vl-n u r C RTJTTER, M. I). Hurgeon and l'liyslclnn , Marktt Itrcel, nbova Main. vl-nll ' & BOBISON, Attorney uMjiw, Ofllco Hart, .mm boUdlug, Malu strict. v-nJ klLMNEHY & FANCY GOODS. Kif'MMBilAK, Millinery nml l'uucy (lomla, 1, opposite Episcopal uiiurcli, Main M, vl-nli JIfla TJZZIE llAUKI.r.Y, Milliner, ltamsey ft lU41ng Main Ktreet, vl.nl I JlfU'A. D. AVF.IID, Fancy OooN, jfotloin, Book, and Stat lottery, Llxi hango lilock, Mai u "SfVwyv . vl-ui.3 . DEUUICKfON, Millinery and Kancy ,Molobt opiioMtot'uiiit llotisc. vl-nH KLINE. Millinery unit ralii v GikhN. atreet below Market. vl-uli BB.'JX11IA A. & HADE HAUKI.IOY, IjidltV boutltea.'it cornet vl-uw tfflS MJRSSa 1IAIIMAN Mbllueiy and Pancy .Ooodi, Main St., below Autet lean House, In II HOTELS AND SALOONS. JE1" " UOaS'IIOITHE, by John Lencock, Main .weai oi iron Mreei. vi;Ull ,IA HOTKI.. ir n. Htolmer. Muln Kt.. Court Ilonse, vlnl'i ANOE HOTEL. Iiv K'ooiik .(.Clatk. Main t, op pOBlto the Court House., vl-nl) IIOTEL, by Oeo. W. Mauser, enht end uiri30i. vi-ij .COCX.Ov8ternnd Iatlnesaloon. Amerl. UouM.Mainbt.. UaltzerljO.icock suiterln. odent.' vl-ni5 raaa A CLAIII;, Itclreibment Kaloon, Ex i. tnmtfa Hotel. vl-nli BMYER'A JACOIlY.Confectlonery, Ilnkery I Mmi Oyster Baloon, wttolcbnle and retail. Ex ! Block, MaluHreit. vl-nl? VER0HANT8 AND GROCEIIS. 1 fC MARll, Dry GooiU and Kotlonx, Kotttlt lst corner Main and Iron sts. vl-n 13 I'B.BEES1I0LTZ, dealer 111 l.ry Goodn, Oro 'oerea. Boots, &I1004, tc, conur Mnlu nml ntrcet. v3-n30 1 A, I1KCKI.EY, Hoot and Rltoe nlore, boolcn AUtlonery,Maln bt., bolow Market. vl-ul3 1 JACOII3, Conlectloucry, groceries etc., Main 1, St., below Iron vl-lll 1 MENUENHALL, Generul Htnelt of Merchan-' Udlsa and Lumber, corner of Muln street and kwlokroad. vl-nll i5x A WKUU, Confectionery and Ilaltery. wholenle uud retail, ExchaiiEO lilock. vl-till f5 U UOWEIt, Hal s f ml Caps, Hoots and Hhocs, UMaln at,, above Court Huuse. V1-UI3 t'jr..'BR0WEU, Dry Oon.ls, Groceries, etc., cor. t'&sr Main at. nnd Court lloubo alley, vl.ull lOBAINS 4t EYElt. dealer In Dry Goods, Gro. beerlea, etc, cor..Malu ami CcntiesU. vlnl3 .K.a31UT0N. Grocerlos A 1'rovKlons. Malu .Street below Market. vl-nll . EYEH, Groceries and General Jlerehau- Mala st., above West. vl-11 UTZ dealer lu Choice Dry Qoods. aud Atain Htreoi, oppohito the court LVY: KEAL & CO . dealers In llrv Goods. IBjearles, Flour, Feeil.Sall, Fish. lion, Nails, .,N, K. cor. Main and Market tts. vl-nli L MILLER A fcON, dealer In Dry Goods, jlons, etc'Excluinee lilock, Main st. ' vl-nll ftAMEIl A A. IL ltAYHITtlMT. Iuali.ru In vocerles, ('onfecllonerles ami Notions, Hcot. I soQtu sine, jiatu si, v.-nl8 LLIAM EIIASMUH. Confectloneiles, Main 1,, near me railroad. vl-nll MISCELLANEOUS. iSlTMAN, Marbln Works, onodoor below I', I'oit Office, Main Hlreet. . . vl-nU jLOOMSnuItn LI'MIIEII CO, niatinfiictitre7s l ead dealers In Lumber of all kinds; Plaiiluit ijll near the railroad, vlnl'i ITEH,01uo Maker, mid While and Fancy ganner.Beottown. vlnfi CIIUIBTMAV, Saddle, Trunk.! Harness, sker, opposite Eplscnpal Chureli, .Main fa ta bOUULNH.ll qunr dealer beeotid door Iroui hwetouruer Main and IiotibU, vlul3 KlfjEMAN, Agent for Munbon's Copper lsrLigutiilr.B tttxl. n.'vlU THORNTON, Wall Paper, Window Hhades a fixtures, Rupert block, Malust, vl-JI 1 . W.'rjnmrr.f. i.,,ri',,,.. i,n.....u !.........., ibTlk,Malu Htreet, west of Matk'ct l. lull 6jlEN8TOCK-,Photoi'iaphir, ovir Uobblns Hloie, Main st. vl-U ,'.SU1IN, dealt rlu Meal, Tallow, en Clieni jwHWValny.iear of Aintilram lluube. Mull MI AjriJNSlON CO., t 10, Ktr; "" tr urn . I riATixrixr ,i..i.t..... , ... uuiiiuiiiuiKrr iiiui Liiair f rooms Main strict bcl. lion, vJ-n.'l t' f H.'-.cuinisis,tJist 1 00111s. UklW?1iJlc'lt' ' -l'"lls inadem short wee. Machinery made uud lepulied. i-utt t; S" fJINOLElt, dealer lu pianos, oruaus ami Jafodnui,Bi o, W. t'oroirfurtilluro rooms ' Vl-iitl Jii-'AS1'' Mai Wo uud Ili OH irHtoiio v will. East Uluomsbum.litrwlcknwd. vl-i'l, N &LX'VJ, "."'l r'uul'Ci nonUiaH cormTr 'I Main and Market st, vl-ull JlMBtLi : Li 5 E2 rWxA l.'HU lANnyii,iiiyu . l fc " 1 ll rwwoSsllariaTeir, payable In Advance. " : . ffeferSff r,r"c" nml volume hi - no, si. BLOOMSBUMr. PA TfiTmv TiT7nT7WTT7 ,o,n i ' 1 jui v jlj il J. JJ IJ I t 1UUi7. I'lll. I 1 L1 iW Ornngoville Diroctory. tJuMi,!fLnrick,iJStiu,,,i' K",u-Mnln m- V,?SS? A IiuinierV'jilH, t nnOTHwi.cWcnt ami iL. uullders. Main St., bolow l'luc, vln!7 IliJWUU A HUKItlNO, dealer In Dry Oonds lfh,ri,i''!rlt"'' '"'"" eeneral MertlianrtKft "J.", vl-n 17 U'lL'-hiSP'' "frfsliment Hni.wn, by 1) Itnhr M'Ucnry e.ir.oi Slain niidl'lnol?,vl-iU7 DmS; "i:(VVl'e(m. UMnln st., next door In flow r Hotel l.1117 I YSYIV EIN. , No'ir anil TrlsVM,.7,iinTl 1 Dealer In train, Mill Htreet, Vlufl Hi'tV? ?. K1;L-ltl'.lmTir, u Mill . Htreet, near I'lne. vl-iuJ IAMES B. H AltM AN. Cabinet Mak and Vu. tl deitnkcr. Malum., beliinr Pirn.. I 'Vi,!f,A;(IANl,H,!.,cl, nn'1 linrncba maker. J, Malust., oprsito rmiiiD Church. vSuli I01IN KUYMmaKidleTi'ndTlnrurbs in.ikeT. rl Main t above the Swan Until. vl-iuf T EW18 IUKCHUYI.EU, Iron foun.ier.Machln. II lt,and ulaimfacluier of plows. Mill 8LvI-ni7 U1LEH A. WILLIAMt ACo Tanncrsund Jinn III ufaclnrers ofkather, MillHtreut. V1-IH7 RA?,1K!,w.H1I,A,,!',I'FH',i:tlnke' nniteHnyhurst O tliuln Cradle, Main HI, vans. WILLIAM DELONO Hlinclnnkrriu..l nmnufao If turer of llrlck. Mill St., west of V no vlnl'i atmyCaaWT.lllm'BiH Jll Catawissa. I) K. DALLM AN, Merchant Tailor, Hecond HI. U. llobbins' Building. 2-uls DR. J. IC. IIOIIIIINH, HurKWii slid Thyslclan Hecotld Kt below Main. v2-nls rtlLHEUT A KLINE, dry irmsls, Klneeli-s.nnd U general merehandlse, Main street v2-uli J II. KIHTLER, "Cnltuwlssa House," North Coiner Malu and Kecoml Htreets. vJulif KEILER, lllllard Saloon, Oysteis, an 1 leo J. Crvam lu scusou MuluHt. v2ul2 MM. BIIOUHT, dealer In General Merchandise , Dry Goods, Groceries Ac. v2-ulS SL'HQUEIIANNA or Uriels Hotel. H. Kostcn binder Pronrletor.suuth-eastiorticr Main nml hucoml Htreet. v 2u 1 J I). RINARI), dtnltr lu .Stoves und rln-ware. , Muln Htreet, vuli w M. 11. AI1H0TT, Allorncy at law. Main St. vt!iil2 Light Street. A Jf -IKVINK, Medical Htoro Malu Hlreet uud IL" llrlitereck ltoad. 3ntu H. F. OMAN A Co., Wheelwiluhls, llrst door ubovo School House, vinW JOHN A. OMAN, Mauufaeluter uud dealer In Ilools aud Hhuoi, vluld f. JA,,i!,J8i!: ? D- buiBuou ami l'liyblclun, Ollleeul Keller's llulel, v.'u'i; J TLRW1LLIOER, Cablnemaker, Undeit.ker and Chalrmnkur, vlnitj f y.MANKEY. dealer In Lcuthcr, llldcs.llark. O etc. Cash paid lor Hides. vluni pLTI.R LNT, dculor In Dry Goods Giucerles. 1 Hour, I eoJ.Hall, l-'lali, Iron, Nails, etc., Main atrt'cl- Muio R;KNI dealer lii Moves and Tin uuru In all lis blanches. vliiia Espy. V. RElnHAlt!l,d. URO..ilealLr In Dry Goods. IHiKelli, ami geueiill MelchauUlse. vllull 15 IjiSl'Y STEAM FLOURING MILLS), CS. Fowler. IJ1 Proprietor. v.'nit! f D. WEltKHEIHER, lloot and fthoo Store niiil u niaiiiiliicinii'. hiw.t, ,.,1 t u, poslle the Stenm Mill. v2, rp W. El)OAIt,Snsaueli.-iumi PlniilnuMIU and I llor Miinnrtii.i,,,.,' ........ Buck Horn. lll. kikmIs. uroterles liii-l elner.il m11cl.11n.lls.. II fl.-t'SA' ir minnin-t'i, ... l lrst btoru lu south end ot town, nls f ACOR A WM. HARRIS, denlets In dry good, "Kiocerles, ilruiis and uuslielues. First store In north end of town, v2-nU. Business Cards. QIIAIILE3 O. UAIUCLEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, lli.ooM-uiuuu, Pa, Olllci in tho i:clinuK0 llttlldlug, second story, ver Wldlnver A JaeoOv's I'onfecllimerv. s.,. oud door abuvo tho Exchango Hotel, au.l,'ui. jyj M. L'VELLE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ashlaml, bchtolklll Cottiily Pa. Q V. MILLEIt, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ofllco Coutt Houro Alley, below Ihn Coi.uji uiAN Olllce. Homilies, Hack-Pay and Pensions collected. lllooinsbulg Pa. sep.JI'l.7 OUEllT FTcLAiUv, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ofllco Malu Hlieet below tho Coutt House, lllooiusbuig Penu'n. jH. iTlTTLE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Olllce Vtllt-IIou.u Alley, below tho ColL'M ItlA Ufllee, lllooiusbui'K Pa. Q 15. uivOCKWAY, ATl'ORNKY AT LAW, nuioMsuuitu, l-A, S-0ncE Court House Alley, In Ihe Co lujiuian building. IJauVuT, J. TUOUN'JON Mould unuouucetulhuelllensof llloiiuis- Inirii aud vlcluitv. that hu has Inst received a toll ami complete assortment of WALIi PAPER, WINDOW SHADES, flXll'tm, COlllin, TASMtl-S, nndcll other iissls lu his llueof hustmss Alt the ueviest uuil most apioved patterns 01 the day nro ulvvab to be found lu his istnt.miniuut. inar.VBI-li Main hi. below Mutket. J 15. I'UKSEL, ' HARNESS, 8ADULE, AND TRUNK MANUFACTURER, aud dealer lu CARPET-BAGS, VALISES, FLY-NETH, UUlrAUl I'.OUIS, lll)llsl..ni.ANKtTS Sc., which ho feels coutldent lie can sell nt lower rule than any other person In tho county. Ex amine for lourselvtN. Hho third ihwir below Iho Court House, Main Stieet, liloiituslmtg, l'u. nov, ia,'(i7. T AD IKS' FANCY FUHS! JOHN FAREIRA, 718 Arch SULCI, Middle of tho block, belli ten Till und sill Htreet Houth hide, Philadelphia, Impor ter, Maiiufacti.rcr and Dealer lu all kltus and qualities of FANCY FURS FOR LAJI1ES' AND CHIL DREN'S WEAR. Having eulurued, remodeled ami Improved my old ami favorably known FURE.MPoitIU.M,und having Inie-oitci! tv ery laio aud spleudld as sortment of all the dltleienl kinds of Fuis from first liundf In Emope, and had them made up by the most skillful vioikmcu, I would les nrctmlly Invito my filends of ColuinbUiiml iid Juent I'ountles, to cull and examine iny vtry large ami beuutlliil assoriment of Fancy Furs, for Ludies and Lhlldieu. I is lit determined tu sell nt as low pitees as uny other rtsnecttitde House' lu the city. All Furs Wunauinl, No ntlsrei reseutatlous to ellVct sales. JOHN FAREIRA, ocl.t'CIMni, 7IK Arch bt, Philadelphia. JllICK HOTEL, 0UANGI.V1LI.E, COLUMBIA COUNTY, P.. HOHH M'lll'NHY, I'roiirlctor. This well known House, having been put lu thorough icpatr, Is now open 10 the ttuvellliiK public. The bar Is stocked with ttie choicest liquors uudcliiuts.aiidtlio table will be, at all llmes.supplled with lliu delicacies of the seasou. No pains will bo sou ml to Insure lliu comfort of guests, Oraugcvllle, dec. llVClMf. J Oil l'ltlNTINO IN C'OLOHS, Neatly executed at iliisollko. Philadelphia Directory. MoJorK.lt. AMMAN. C. H. ClLUSaisn. M.UOHT jKTMAN, DITjLINOKR & CO., NO. 101 SOllTU T1IIUD HT. rillLADELrillA, Two doors above Arch, formerly XX, MANUVACTL'tlKllii A Nil J0111IKRS IN OAIIPETH, tOriONS, YAllNrf, UATTINO, Oil, CI.OT1IH, CARPET CHAINH, COltllAOE, OIl.HHADEM.ailAIN 11AGH, TIE YAHN, WICK TAHX, WIKH0W TAl'Xn, POVKHLKT!, AISO, WILLOW Ann WOODKX WAItV llROO.MMiRlK'ltES.IOOKINa Ot.ASSr.S.TIlUNKS. feb. 6,'6. JgACJLE HOTEL. hut NoBin TntKD Btrkxt, K. I). (.'UMMING9, PitoriUKTOB. jSTAIlLlSHED 1793. JORDAN A BROTHER, Wholesale Grocers, and Dealers lu SALTPETRE AND BRIMSTONE No SI9 North Third Bt. Philadelphia, G W. DLA150N & CO., Manufacturers of OIL CLOTHS AND WINDOW SHADES, Warehouse, No. 121 North Third IHroet Philadelphia. G EOllOE H. I10BEHT3. Iinixirtcr and Dealer lu HARDWARE, CUTLERY, OUNH, Ac. No. 311 North Third Street, above Vino Philadelphia. C' II. IJOUNH. W.8. KISO. J.U. SISVUIIliT. JJOItNE, KINO & SEYBERT, WHOLESALE DRY GOODS. No. 121 Market Street PHILADELPHIA. Oi-ders Illlod promptly at lowest prices. January 3, 18QJ. H W. HANK'S 'WHOLESALE TOBACCO, SNUFF, AND CIGAR WAREHOUSE, No. It North Third Streel, Between Cherry and Raco, westslde. Philadelphia. H. WALTEH, Lato Walter A Kuub, Irupurtor uud Dealer In CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENS W A Ittt, No. 2.11 N. Third Street, Philadelphia, M. KEPI1EAIIT, WiTII UAHNEri, DItO. & IIEBHON, H ATS, CAPS, ST.'tAW GOODS A FURS, No. SOI Market Street, (bovo Fifth,) PlIlLAnKU'lltA, JOHN STItOUF & CO., Successors to Stroup A Brother, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FISH. No. 21 North Wharves uud 2.' Norlh Third St 1 hlladc phla. JlCHAItDSON.L. W1UCUIT, Jit. ATTORNEY AT LAW, NO. 12S SOUTH SIXTH STREET, rilOI.ADKM'UIA. ocl. !2,'09-ly gNYDElt, 1IAHHIS it DASSETT, Manufacturers und Jobbers of MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING, Nob, S3 Market, and 522 Commerce Street, Philadelphia. ILL1AJI FISHER WITH THOMAS CARSON A CO. wnoi. Khali: DEALERS IN HOSIERY, MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, LINENS A NOTIONS, NO, 13 .NOIiril i'OUIITU hntKKT I'lillaUulplilH. June 1,'iS-Ciu "yAHTMAN i ENGEL3IAN, 1 UllAaU, bis Ul' F i SEO Alt MANUFACTORY, No. 313 .NOUTlt 11 HUD STULET, Second Door below Wood, PHILADELPHIA. J. W. Wautman. P. Enuelua.n. "YyAIN WRIGHT & CO., VV UUI,bHAL,U UltUilltH, N. E. Coruer Second ami Arch streets, I'lULADLU'llU, Dealers In TEAS, bYRUPS, COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES Kill;, bricDi, m CAltll soda, jc, dc. 3-0rders will roc. ivo prompt iitleuliou. may H.',07-tf. Hotels. jORK'S HOTEL, OEOUUE W. MAUGKR, Proprietor. The ubove well-known hotel has r,'iitiviiii,ii.r. gone ladlcal changes lu Its lutemal arrange meuts, and Its pro,rletorauuuuuce to his for mer custom uud luetruvellug public that his uc eomtuodatlous lor tho coinlorl of his guests are secuud to uunu lu the country. His lable will uluuBbu found supplied, uot only with sub. slautlal Jood, but wllu ult the oelleucies of the xrusuli. His wlues aud lluuors (except Ihut 1100- ular beveiage known us ".VJiioy,") purchastd direct from the Importing houses, are eutlrely pute. aud Ir e Irom ult liolsouous drugs. Huts lha'ikllll lur 11 Ubeial p.llrouaio In the past, uud will con til. lie to dlselvu It in theluture. Ul.utiui; w. MAUOER. c 1 O Ij U M IU A 110 T 13 Xj. II Y UUHNAHp HTOIINUU, lluvlnir latelv nur chatted liotl llltd nti thtt wcli-liuuuu UoUUun Hotel l'ioijeity, louteti a KhW UOOK4 AliOVK fl IE CO CUT KOl'hK. 011 thufcuiuofcidoof tbe direct, la tho town of liluuiufcbury; uuil hulug outuliml h license lor non;r. and kihtauant. the Proprietor liiitdL'ttriniiied to sivotattin iu. llo vlsiuut'tht) town uu Uuluc6bor I'leanurt-, A LIXTLB MOHB ItOOM. HlHittaMItiguUuUtxtt-iiitlve.atia Umttnl up to (Ul buuultH uud (-11 r rliis!. in thn rtrv. Hi jnuiuUes ilml utrvlhliu uL-oul IiJm fcbtuulMi ititut h hill I bo coiutUL'tvU lu uu orderly uuU luw till imtuuei: uuil retmctiullv Hohclitt n fein.r of tliu iublio pHtrounce. niylVtfllt QXC1IANOK 1I0TKU lU.UOSUfHUUn. COLUillllA CO., PA, Tliu uudt'rbikini-tl liavliis eu relinked this well. known imil tLntiullvlui'iilfd houti. ihn Kt. iltuuso JluU-l, kliuutu on MAIN HTItUKT, lu liiOomkburu.iiiilUbdlHtfly opposllo tho Col urn bin lounty l'-)Utl iioiue, it-npectfully Intonu their iiitudb nnd tltu imblla lu ucutrui tluit Ihelr lioiikti Uiiow luordur lor thu rt-cvi.tlim ud tuUrtalitmtnt of trttvfllfiu who luuy be UI&ihm i'U to lutui It with Ihtlr cusium, llicy lmt hpuml noeipeubo In preparing the Kxchauet for ihn tulfilalmnt'iit of their yucus uelthvr uiiull ihuiti heuuylhlny uautlngou ihelrpartto mlnUifi' to tbf ir peiMUiBl couiiort. Tho home iiuviuu, uuu tnjovB ail tJtujiem out in ens io ul Ion. UuinlhUMtPy ruu At nil tltnu )iaIu.-i. thn Pt. chuuuo Hultl and the various rulhoad dfiHU,by whkTi trat-lfniWlllboplcuiuutly iMnvo;ed to and irom the iisirirt'ilti kUiiniiM in iiue timn to meet I he wiia. . KOONii A ClAlliC. jiiot.iiuiiua', prtin, wis. T UIR I23PY JIOTKL. I28PV. COI.UMmA COUNTV, PA. The uiKlcrblgntil would Inform tho travfllllukC ruollo Ihut ht link taueu IheMbovuhuuitMl tal Ikhuivittuud thoroughly retlttud the atne for the perfect couwulcnce of IiUkucsUi. UUi larder will Lustu;kttl ulth Him be,! tlic mui-bi.t urtr,)- lh) tUolctut IhiuoiB, wlnt'H aud clgaiaalwajt to UU tUUUU U 1(4 UUI( William Pirrrir. Espy.!1. Alir.a.OS-lf I . - 7 UUU. J-U1TL. - Lord Byron's Parowoll to Lady Byron. Tho following poom was addressed by Lord Byron (0 lila wlfo nttcr thoy had parted aftor n liuartleas world and ambitious prldo bail severed two proud and noblo licarls-afteraLord fori;othls plctlgo of affectloii and a Lady her vows of love, adoration and obodlenco. Why they parted tho world will never truly know; inch bad faults and each tells a story It was pciltnps tho fault of neither, but tho foolish interference of hearties friends, who, after viewing tho ruin wrought, shrunk back to hldo their own crluio at tho cxpouso of all tho misery nnd loneliness It cost. Lord ilyron nnd Lady Byron novcr united again Lady Byrou relumed to her mother, whllo Lord Byron plunfjcd In to a llfo of reckless wandering and wretchedness : Faro thee well I aud If forover, Still forover.areficc mill Evon though unforgiving, never Oalnst theo shall my heart rebel. Would that breast wcro bared before theo Where thy head so oft hath lain, While that placid sleep came o'er theo Which Ihoit ne'er cun'st know again; Would that breast, by thee glanced ovor, Every Inmost thought could show I Then thou wouldst at lost discover Twns not well to spurn It so. Though the world for this commcud thee- Though It smile upon the blow, Even Us praises mint offend thee, Founded on another's woe Though my many faults deface me, Could no other arm be found Thau tho 0110 which once embraced me, To Inflict a cureless wound 7 Yet, oh yet, thyself deceive not, Love may sink by slow decay, liut by sudden wrench, bellevo not Hearts cm thus bo torn uwayj Bllll thine own Its llfo retains) h Still must mine, thine bleeding, boat, And the undylns thought that paiueth Is that we no more may meot. Tnose uro words of deeper sorrow Than the wall above the dead! 1Mb. shtll live, but overy morrow Wakes us from a wldow'd bed. Ami when thou wouldst solace gather, Wheu our child's first accents flow. Wilt thou tiach herto say "I'atkbk I" Though his euro she must forego 7 When her little hands shall press thee, Wheu her lip to thlno Is prest, Think of him whoso prayer shall bless tliee Think of him Uu love had bloss'd I Should her lineaments resemble Those thou never inayst seo. Then thy heart will softly tremble With a pulse still true to me. All my faults perchance thou knowest, All my maduesH none can leuow; All my hopes whero'r thou gocst, Wlillher-yet with thee they go. Every feeling hath beenshakouj Pride, which not 11 world could bow, Bows to thee by thee forsaken, Even my soul forsakes mo now; Hut 'lis done all words are idle Words from me aro vainer still j Uut tho thought! v, 0 cannot bridle Force their way without the will. Faro theo well l-tlius disunited, Torn from every nearer tie, Sear'd in heme, and lone, aud blighted More than this I scarce can die. Lady Byron's Answor. The following Is Lady Byron's reply to Lord Byron. Lady Byron first mot Lord Byron at one of tho English pur ties sno rewseil tlio hand of tho poet when first offered, but 0110 year later contented to becomo his wife. Sho was a woman of rare beauty and flno taste, but, liko Byron, was too proud to brook insult or live i moment with thoso sho deemed neglectful. In her lines to By ron, (lie leader will discover several ill- timed allusions to his devotion to oth er women nnd neglect of her. This, to one so Bensitivo us Byron, was worso than poison, and drove the brightest mum in England down to tho very tieptiis 01 misery and crime: Vcs I farewell-farewell forever! Thou thyself hast fixed our doom, Hade hope's fairest blossoms wither. Ne'er ugaln for me to bloom L'nfoiglvlnglhou bast called mo Didst thou ever myargttt! For Iho wretch whose wiles beguiled lliee 1 liou ulotle dldsl seem to live. Short the space which time has given To complete thy love's decay; Ily unhallowed passion driven, Soon thy heart was taught to stray. Lived lor mo that feeling tender Which thy verse so well can show, From my arms why didst thou wander, My cudearmeuls why forego? Oh, too lato thy breast was bared, Oh, too late to me was shown That thy love I once had shsrod, And alrtady It Is flown. Wraptln dreams of Joy abldlug, On thy breast my head hath lain, In thy love and truth couUdlog, llllss I ne'er can know again. That dark hour did first discover In thy soul the hideous stain Would these eyes had closed foiuver, Ne'er to weep thy crimes again, Rut Hie Impious wish, O Htuvcnl From thy record blotted be; Yes, I would llvo, O Ryrou, For the lube I'vo borue for thee! In whuse lovely features (let me All my weakness here confess, Whilst the struggllug tears permit me,) All the father's I cau trace lie whose tmage never leaves me, Hu whose liuuge still I prize, Who Ibis bitterest feellug gave me, SHU to love where I despise. With regret and sorrow rather. When our child's first accents How, 1 will teach her to say hilher, Uut this guilt sho nu'er shall know. Whilst to-morrow aud to-ruorrow Wake me from a widowed bed. On another's arm, no sorrow Wilt thou feel, uotrar wilt shed. I the world's approval sought uol, When I tore myself from thee; Of Its praise or blame 1 thought not What's Its pralso or blame tu me ; He so prized so loved adored, From his heart my image drove; On my head contempt has poured, And preferred a wuutou's love. Thou utt pruud: but mark me.llyruu, I've a heart proud as thine own. Soft to love, but hard as Iron Wheu contempt Is o'er It thrown; Hut, farewell I I'll not upbraid thee. Never, never, wish theo ill; Wrelchod though thy crimes have made me, If thou cau'st be happy still. Two uichlns "Tom" and "Jack," went to school for tho first time. Tho teacher asked "Tom" what his 11111110 wns. "Taum," replied tliu boy. "No, my boy you should not say Tom,' but ray "i'liom-iis."' "Taumas" repeated tliu boy. "That's better. Now my Jud," tald hu, turning to the other, whoso facu euddonly brightened up with a newly conceived Idtn'whal's .yojir name?" "Jlick-ass," replied tho urchin, promptly. ci'tniiuuiiiiiuu:), rrovention or Scarlet Tevor. Scarlet fever is n highly conta gious disease, and spreads from ono ner. son to another, and Is thus propngated in ininiiies, towns, and districts. It Is tiicreforo highly desirablo that overv ono should understand tho naturo of mis diseaso, nnd tho means of provent Ing Its spreading. It Is always attend cd with n scarlet eruption on tho skin. and is mostly accompanied by n soro tiiroat. wnenover children have sore throats or eruption on tho skin, tlmw should bo separated from tho rest of tho family until n doctor lias seen them, or uieso symptoms havo disappeared. There is every reason to bellevo that during thoprogress of this dlsoaso not only thucruption of thoskin.but overy- umig mat is thrown from tho body of tho Infected person Is heavily laduu with tho germs or seeds which aro ca pablo of propagating tho iliscaso in another person. Tho dischnrgo from the nose and throat aro especially vir ulent, 'ihcro Is also reason to bellevo that tho discharges from tho bowels aro thobamo. Tho kidnoys nro frequently dangerously diseased in scarlet fever, and tho becretlou from these organs is ulso probably highly contagious; tho power 01 spreading tho poison by nietiui of these becretions Is uot confined to their immediately leaving tliu body, but continue long alter. It is 011 this account that when these secretions havo found their way to tho cesspool ana sewer, they may still give off poison to tho turrounding uir, and persons breathing it may become infec ted. Taking theso things Into consid eration, it will bo seen that it Is neces sary, if possible, to destroy aud annihi late this poison before It leaves tho room where tho person is whoso body has produced it. Tho following directions, drawn up by Dr. W. Build, should In all cases bo curried into ofl'ect: "1. Tho room should bo cleared of all needless woolen orother draperies which might possibly servo to harbor tho pois on. 2. A basin charged with ehloiido or earbolato of lime, or some other conve nient disinfectant, should bo kept con stantly on tho bed for the patlont to spit into. 3. A largo vessel, containing water impregnated with chlorides, or with Coudy's fluid, hhould always stand in tho room for tho reception of all bed aud body linen immediately on Its ro moval from tho person of tho patient. 1. Pocket handkerchiefs should not be used.and small pieces of rag employ ed instead for wiping the mouth nnd nose. Each pieco, after being once used should bo immediately burnt. j. As tho hands of nurses of necessity becomo frequently soiled by tho iecro tions, a good supply of towels and two basins one containing water with Con dy's iluid or chlorides, and nnother plain soap and water, bhould bo always at hand for tho immediate removal of tho taint. 0. All glasses, cups, or other vessels, used by or about tho patient, should be scrupulously cleaned before being used by others. 7. Tho discharges from thebowels and kidneys Miould bo icccived on their overy issuo from tho body into vessels charged with disinfectants." By these measures tho greater part of tho germs which aro thrown off by In ternal surfaces may bo robbed of their power to propagato the disease. Tho poisonous germs that nro thrown off from tho skin requires a somewhat dif ferent tieatment. Tho plan recommen ded by Dr. Budd for tho purpose of pro- venting the poison from the skin being disseminated through the air Is to put oil all over tho skin. This practice is to commcuco on the fourth day niter tho appearance of tho eruption, nnd to bo continued every day until tho pa tient is well enough to take a warm bath, in which the whole person Is well washed with disinfectant soap and wa ter. Theso baths should bo administer ed overy other day,for four tlmcs.whcu the disinfection of the skin may bo re garded as complete This proceeding bhould not, however, bo adopted with out consulting tho medical man who is in attendance on the patient. Speaking of tho plaiu above recommended, Dr. Budd says: "Tho buccess of this method In my own hands lias been very remarkable. For a period of nearly twenty years, during which 1 have employed It inn very wido field, I havo novcr known tho tllscabo spread in a ttltiglo instance beyond the alck room, and In very few instances within it. Tltno after time I have treated the fever in houses crowd ed from attic to basement with children and others, who have, nevertheless, es caped Infection, Tho two elements In the method are, separation on tho ono hand, and disinfection on tho other." Hadn't Cents Enough. Muggins hub a sharp potter. This chap returned from thepoat-ofllco tho other day with Muggins' papers and informed that noted Individual that there was a letter in the ofllco which he couldn't got. "Couldn't get It ! Why could'nt you get It, you stupid ?" asked Muggins. 'There's fivoceiilsto pay ou it." Why didn't you pay II?" asked Mug gins, with indignation. "I badii't tents enough." "Youfooll"tald Muggins, storming, 'hero take this five-cent piece and gft that letter lu litliu quicker than no tlmo." "No two 1 tell you," replied tho fel- low, "they won't let mo havo It." "Tho dlcl.TUs tiny won't. I'd llkoto know the reason, toft I" mid Muggins, now thoroughly angry. "Bckase," replied tho fellow, looking back tobco tbaf tho door was open, "tliu letter wasn't for you." The chap retreated from tho now ud denly, while an Inkstand followed his noggin at u speed of about '01 -10.' i Hiring- a Brakesman. Many a year sinco.soon nfter the open ing oi thu Norwich and Worccster.Ball road, a stout-looking Innocent, about six feet In his stockings, with thews anu thighs to match.stood in tho depot at Worcester, with evident admiration of tho "bran new" ears and snorting locomotive which had arrived at tho station. A roguish citizen who stood near him, watched his undisguised won der attentively, anil drawing near, en tered into conversation with him, Ho was "down from Vermont nfter work nnd wanted to get a chatico on ono of these hero railroads." "So I" said the other. "Why don't you go and see tho Superintendent?" 'W-a-I, I would If I kiiow'd whero to find him." "Oh I then como along with me I'm going right to hlsofilce." Accordingly off went tho twain, right to the store whero that demurest of all hoaxcrs.Jem B.,stood like n patriarchal spider, waiting for any unsophisticated human fly that might flounder into his nest. "Ah!" bald the wag whoactcd as pilot, "(hero ho Is. Hero's a young man, Mr. B., who wants a berth on tho railroad as brakesman." Jem was pesttd Immediately. "Well, 1 don't know. Wo'vo had u good many applications for thopost.and in fact I had engaged a man to go out on the train, but hu is uot up to his en gagement, and I will talk to you Havo you ever been accustomed to rail roading V" "W-it-1, no, 1 ain't j but I guess I could learn it mighty soon. What's the wages V" "Thirty-six dollars n month and clothes." "W-a I, mister, I'm ready, ef you say so, to take right hold." "Very well, then; I'll send you out on this train; but I wish to put you up on your guard with roferenco to ono matter, and that is, thoro Is set of troublesome fellows continually hang ing around tho train pretending to be long to tho road. Some of them may interfere with you. If they do, put them off tho curs at once tell them I put you on the Iraln.and take no orders or Impudcuco from any one of them. As to your duties, when you hear ono whlstlo, screw on your brakes; If two alarms aro sounded, screw them down hard ; and then, when thrco aro given, loosen tho brakes for the train to go on. I'll go with you nnd put you on tho train. You return hero to night aud then 1 will seo about your boarding place." Accordingly down they went to tho station, and thero tho pretended Super- intended showed hii employee the brakes and the mode of using thorn, leav ing him with n fresh Injunction to "knock down any one whoattempted to interfere with him." Before many minutes tho Verinouter had n customer. Tho whistle- sounded and on went the brake. "What uro you doing with that brake?" Minuted legitimate brakemiin Jump oil' if you don't want your head broke." Jonathan looked at tho rudo interro gator (a small man) with contempt, but uistiaiRCd a reply. "S-h-rcel!s h-icel wh-oo," went tho whistle, and tho new brakeraan screw ed away for dear life, until snap went the chain. Ihls wns a cup too much, and off went tho infuriated Httlo brnkeinan for assistance. What nre you doing there?" asked the conductor, who returned with tho man; and stepping upon the ear, ho placet! ins hand upon Jonathan with a view to summary ejectment. A brief strugglo ensued, at tho termination of which tho conductor lay sprawling upon his back, with the small brake man's bead Jammed between bis legs. "Come on ye darned heathens I " shouted Jonathan, now fairly roused "come on I I'll learn ye to cut updidoes uround me. I'm hired. I be. M. hired mo for tho busluess, nnd ef I don't learn ye ter tend to yer own, it'll bocoz yer stronger'n I bo I" A fresh struggle ensued between our hero nnd somo half dozen others em- ployed on tho train, who had gathered around, and Jonathan wns overpower- eu.vnen an explnuatlon took place.and the Superln tendenlV'store" was sought for, but could not bo found, as tho In corrigible wng hnd not been so Incau tious as to mako tho engagement In hla own storo ; and although ho was strong ly suspected as being the author of the ?oo practical Joke, no proof could be had, for by a shrewd management of tho muscles of his face, aud eool assur- anco aided by a different tlrcbs, ho sue ceeded in arguing Jonathan out of his suspicion, the latter having charged him with tho hoax. The best part of tho Joko was thu denouement. The actual Superintendent hearing of tho uiuomitauio pluck displayed by tho Verinouter, sent for him, and did real ly engage him, and it is said that he now satisfactorily fills an Important post upou ono of tho great Western roads. An Incident in the Early His touy of O reenbackh. Tex ta o f Scrl n- turo havo ofteu been Inscribed upon coins. Ono of tho most reraarkablo h on n copper coin Issued by tho Papal uovernmciit, on which aro tho worib I'tc vobii illrlttbtis 'Woo to you who nro rich I" When tho greenbacks wero first Jesued by tho United Stales, Mr. Chase, then Secretary of tho Treasury, consulted, among otheis, tho President of ono of tlio Philadelphia banks in ro gard topUcIng some motto upon them buch forcjtauiple, as lias sineo been impressed upon thu five-cent pieces "In (Jed we trust." After inentloulug buM-ral Scilptural texts that had occur red to him, tho Secretary usked our banker's oplulou. "Perhaps," was the reply, "tho most appropriate would be "Silver uud gold have I none j but such as I havo give I thee!" The pro Ject was abttudoued.,iVJieofV Juja-zlnr. VOL, XXXIII NO. 44. Josh Billings Papers. THE DISTRIKT8KOOLMA8TER. There la ono man In thlsbasemont world that 1 always look upon with mixt pheciings orpltty nnd respokt. "Pitty and respokt," as n general mlxtur, don't mix well. You will find them both traveling around ntnuiigst folks, but not often growing on tho snmo bush. When they do hug each other they mean sumthlng. Pity, without respokt, hain't got much woro oats in It than digust has. I had rather a man would hit mo on thosldo ov tho head than tewpltty me. But thero Iz 0110 man In this world to whom I nlways take oph ml hut, and remain uncovered until he gits safely by, and that Iz the dlsrlktskoolmaster. When 1 meet him, 1 look upon him az u martyr Just returning from tho stake, or on his way thareto be cooked. Uu leads n more lunesutn and single llfo than an old bachelor, and a more anxious one than an old maid. ilo iz rcmcmberedjist nbout as long una auektlountelynznEldo bord iz by a traveling paek pedlar. If ho undurtnkes tew mako his skol lars lovo him, thoehauces are he will neglect their larnln.and if he don't lick them now and then pretty oftun, they will soon lick him. The distrlktskoolmaster hain't trot n friend on the flat sidu of the earth. Tho boys snow ball him during teces?; the girls put water in his hair dye: and the skool committee malk him work for half the money nbar tender gits, nnd board liim around the neighborhood wharo theyglvo him coffee, sweetened with molassls, tew drink, and kodflsh balls 3 times a day for vlttles. And.wlth all this abuso I never heard ov n distrikt 9koolinaster swaring enny louder than Con dera it. Don't talk tow mo about the pashunce ov anshunt Job. Job had pretty plenty of biles all over him, no doubtbut they werouu oiono breed. Every young ono In atlistrlkt skool is a bilo of different breed, and each one needs a different kind ov poultlss tew git a good head on him. A distrikt skoolmaster, who duz a square Job and takes his codfish bawls reverently, iz a better man to day tew havo lielng around loose than Solomon would be, arrayed In all ov his glory. Solomon was better at writine Drov. erbs and managing a large family than ho would bo tow navigate distrikt skool houses. Enny man who has kept a distrikt skool for ten years, and boarded arouud thu naberhood, ought tew bo mado a magcrglncral, and havo a penshun fur tho remainder uv his natral days, and a boss to do his goin round in. But, as u general consequence a dis trict skool-uiaster haint got enny more warm menu than an old blind fux houn liaz. Ho isjist about ns welkum aj a tax gatherer Iz. He iz rcspoktcd a good deel ai. a man Iz who woowoadebt uv 50 dollars to, and don't mean tew pay. He goes through life on u back road, us poor as a wood sled, and finally is missed but whatever becums uv his remains 1 Lau't tell. Fortunately ho is not often a seusitive man, for if he wuz he couldn't euuy more keep a distrikt skool than he could filo a cross cut saw. Whi iz it that these meu aud wlm men, who pa&huutly, and with crazed urain, teach our lcmorseless brats tho tejus mcanin uv tho alphabet, why take the first welding heatuv thclrdestlnys, wlio lay tho steppln stones und enkur- rogo them to mount unwarda. who hav dun moro hard and mean work than enny klass on tho l'utsool, who hav prayed over tho reprobate, slrcne-thon- ed tho timid, restrained tho outrageous, and flattered the imbecile, who hav uvea on kodfish nnd vilo koffce, nnd hain't been heard to swaro Whi Iz it that thoy nro treated llkoa vagrant fid ler, danced to for a night, paid oph in tho morning, and eagerly forgotten '. 1 naa rather burn a coal pit. or keep tho ilys out uv a butcher's shop in the mouth uv August, than meddle with the distrikt pkooi blzzJucAS. Two Conundrums. A youmr ladv. who was a firm advocate of total absti uence, when riding from her father's country seat to a neighboring village, met a youug man on foot, who was car rying a buspielous looking Juc. Sho at onco reined in her horue, nnd asked him what ho had In his jug. L,ooKing up with a comical leer, ho simply winked ono eyo and smackedhls lips, to indicate that It contained snmo- thing good. Tho young lady supposing tho monnt ulcohol.Imuiedlately began to talk tern- pcrance, but her auditor requested tho privilege or first asklnc her Just ono simple little question. "What Is It?" sho inquired. "It Is this," ho replied. "WIiv Is mv jug liko your sido saddle Y" Sho could not tell. "It's because it holds a gal on," ho aid. "What trifling?" exclaimed tho In. dlguant youug lady, und then contin ued : "0ungma11, do you not per celve " "Just ono moro qiifctIou,"intorrupted her auditor, "and theu I'm done. Why is my Jug also liko tho assembly room of n female semluary nt roll call V" "I'm isure I don't know'"- petulantly replied the young lady. ell, it's because It's full 0' latset." said the incorrigible auditor. iho fair lectuter touched her xi.irWc.i horse with tho whip and was soon out of hearing of the rudo young man. "Tin: cow," eald uu emrluoer. "tt'Bs standing square on tho track. The lo comotivo struck her nml threw her ten feet high over a fence. She landed plump on her feet, und, strange to tay bho wasn't hurt a bit." "But dhlti't she look scared?" Innntr. cd a llstouer. "Well, I don't know whether hd was scaled or uot. but sho lrxirri n ,1 deal discouraged," RATES OF ADVMTlSlNtl. One squire, (ten lines or Its equlvaleut In Non pareil type) one or two Insertions, II.M three Insertions, llou. STACK. lit. 2H. 3. CM. It, One square...... $150 n,oo ,ou (0,00 110,00 Two squares-.. ifl) 0,00 7,00 .M II.C0 Three squares..... 0,W 7,00 6,00 12,69 18,00 Four squares. 7,00 ,00 11,00 17,00 25.C0 Quarter column,. 10.00 12,00 14,00 aV 30,00 llalfcolumn 15,00 18,00 S000 30,00 00,00 One column .90,00 S0,M 40,00 00,00 100,00 Executor's or Administrator's Notice, 13.00 ; Auditor's or Assignee's Notice, I1W. Local notices, ttrentr cents a line; by the year ten cents. Cards In the "Business Directory1 'column , tlOO per year for the first two lines, and. tl.CO for each additional line. A Clergyman's folic. I was spending tho night at a hotel In Frccport, Illinois. After breakfast I went Into tho sitting room, whero I met n pleasant, chatty,' good humored trav eler, who, liko myself, was waiting for tho morning train from Galena. Wo conversed freely nnd pleasantly on several topics, until seeing two young ladlM meot and kiss each other In the street, tho conversation turned on kiss ing, Just about the tliuo tho train was approaching. "Come," said ho taking up his carpet bag.'s'lnco wo nro on so sweet n subject, let us havo n practical application. I'll make a proposition to you. I'll ngreo to kiss the most beautiful lady lu the cars from Galena, you boing tho Judge, If you will kiss the next prettiest, I be ing thojudge." This proposition staggered mo a little, and I could hardly toll whether ho was In earnest or In fun, but ns ho would bo as deeply lu It as I could bo possibly, I ugreed, provided ho would do tlio first kissing, though my heart failed some what as I saw his black eyes fairly dunce with daring. "Yes," said he, 'I'll try it first, you take tho back car, and go in from tho front end, where you can see the faces of the ladies, and you stand by tho ono you think tho handsomest, and I'll como in from behind and kis3 her. I had hardly stcppedlnslde of the cars wheu I saw nt the first glance one of the loveliest looking women my tye3 ever fell on ; a beautiful blondo with auburn hair and a bright sunny face, full of love and sweetness, and radiant aud glowing as tho morning. Any furthor search was totally unnecessary. I im mediately took my staud in tho isle by her lde. She was looking out of tho window earnestly, as if expecting 3cmo one. The back door of the car opened, aud In stepped my hotel friend. I point ed my finger slyly.never dreaming that he would carry out his pledge, nnd you mny imagine my horror and amazement when ho stepped up quickly behind her and, stooping over, kissed her with a relish that made my mouth water. I .expected of course, a shriek of terror, and then a row generally and a knock down, but astonishment succeeded as tonishment, when I saw her return tho kiss with compound Interest. Quick ns a flash he turned to mo and said: 'Now sir, It Is your turn,' point ing out a hldoously ugly wrinkled old woman In the seat behind. "Oh.youmustexcusome! you must!" I exclaimed. "I'in sold this time. I give up. Do tell mo who you havo been kissing." "Well," said he, "since you aro a man of so much taste, and such quick perception, I'll let you off." And we all burst Into a hearty peal of laughter as he said, "This is my wife. I have been waiting for her. I knew that it was n safe proposition," He told the story to his wife, who looked ten-fold sweeter as sho heard it. Before wo reached Chicniro wo ex changed cards, and I discovered that my genial companion was a popular Episcopalian minister of Chicago. Somethinc Coming. A COLUMN OF MAGNETIC LIGHT FROM THE BUN STRETCHING EARTHWARD. Tho bun'a atmosphere, say scictitifk' men, is in a highly excited condition. A column of magnetic I Jght is shootim: out further aud further from tho solar sphere, aud it Is now stretching on forty-fivo millions of miles. In othe. words, It has accomplished half the dl.i tiuica between us and the sun I The ! teieatlr.g question, uud unu on whlcl , pcihapa, wo do not wish any moreligl 1 of this character, Is : Ilo w long will . bu before it finishes the rest of tho di tnnceand bridges the gigantic chasi. between tho earth and tho sun ? It I . messenger tent out to snatch us up 1. food for tho insallato monster Ih.t keeps himself warm by dovourlr. plants, and whoso firo-rating pvopci.f. ties this whole earth would satisfy foi few days only. If so, how long w.. this emissary bo in reaching us, n.. carrying tho globe awny as If we wi r gigantic lump of coal for a roaring fin unco? This column of light at Interval Indicates Its approach by flashing anti corruseating with frcbh brilliancy, r decided aro Its effects that two astiot mers, ono at London, tho other at O.v ford, and neither knowing tho ox peri euccsof tho other supposed that tlu- dark glass of their telescopes had how, broken or put out of range, no slronj.' was tlio Hash of golden light upou the vision. Ills predicted that before tin end of next year this magnetic light will havo got near enough to us to mako Its immcdiatoand actual Influeuce upon the earth distinctly felt. It h announced Hint In consequence wo may expect to seo phenomena that havi never been eeen or known before by the human race. If any of our readers nro tiicreforo yet disposed to complain of tho weather and tho earthquakes, let them remember that, by this time next year, thoy may havo an entiro now lino of experiences to expUIn nnd endure.tn comparison with which tho fitful win ter and rough, rudo autumn of to-day muy seem liko 11 Juno morniui;in para- dlso, und tho earthquake's shock and tho llghtnlug'8 Btorm .1 placid rockluL' lu Iho cradlo with a pleasant lullaby of tiumuer. Negro Doctoring. A gentleman lu Alabama, 011 exerting himself ono day, felt it sudden pain, and fearing his Internal iiiachlnery had been thrown out of gear, sent for n negro on his plan tatlou, who made eome pretenllons to medical skill, to prescrlbo Tor him. Tlio negro having Investigated tho e.ui-ie, prepared and administered a doso to his patleut, with tlio utmost ufn bpcctly euro. Io icllef being ixperienced.huwcvtr, tho gentleman sent fur 11 jihyshinu.wlio ca arriving liirjulicd of tho negro what uicdklne ho had given his master. " Rosin uu' itlluiii, blr!" "Whut did you glu him them fur? continued thu doctor. "Do ullum to draw tie purls tci.eddir, und do rosin to rodder urn. Tho patieut evcutuully movercd.