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FrjUSllED EVEIIY ITUDAY MOnNINU
CHARLES B. BROCKWAY,
Eilltor nuil Proprietor.
li-Two Dollars a Year, payatlo In Advisee.
I ainaxjiiyvTioisr ccoo.
II description executed with neatness mid
uisiroicu nt. re.-iwuutiuiu imw
STOVES AND TINWARE.
(M TlUrEltT, denier lu sloven A tinware, Un
pen bloclt, Main si. west of Market. vl-nrJ
ltt mi'.t?,. dealer In stoves nnd tinware
linln street, abovo court house, vl-n I)
,nllMUnt.4ni MnHk.n(VnIU. ttl..
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, Ac.
CLOCKS, WATCHES, &0.
in unitiwviur, lin n mm i-iuck. iiiuitur
HOOTS AND SHOES.
vm nKTZ. llnnt nnd frhnrmnkpr. Mnlu m(..
. H. C. 1IOWK11. Burgcou Dcntht, Main &t.t
wM. M. HKiinifct mirgcoii nnu rnysiemn.
!a i:i)ibcoai Chuicu. vl-ul(J
. aicki.IjV u..Hurireou nnu rnvbioiuu
. nouisoN. Attnrnev-nt.i,aw. on to linn-
LLTNTCRY a fan y goods.
iiildiiiir Slnlli ktiuct. vl-nu
sl.-u n.Unllmi.rv 1 ni.ni. Iltrw'lr Mlh
..(,, . t li.ll.vll' M .1.'. t 1 I
. ........ . . . . . r. (.
1.1MLIA A. A HADK HA ItKLKY. Ladles1
oaks ami ltrebH 1'atlLTUj. huulheuHL cornt-r
E JIli-KIZH 1IAHMAN Mhlliifiy nndFnnry
HOTELS AND SALOONS.
mini A j) OTl.lt. bv IJ. hlobner.
trio jiuiuui mj t nvin, iui. vuob vt,.
.Miiln street. vl-r
DMYint S JACOIIY. ConfcclIoucTy, Unltcry
and 0Kter Hnloon. wliolesulouud retail. lx-
KUUlIAKTa AND UKOUKHS.
l MAIin. Pry OooOk nnd Notions, bouth-
! tl.'t'tlinT.T' -If... In- 1.. "I v.. n.,.!.
PTIfW Itoritu k wii4 .I n anrn.r M.ilti nti.l
A. BECKLKV. llnot nnd Sboo stort. boolts
KlntlAlinrt IMfllll Lf I.I11..1II slnrlrnl tll.llll
. OXKTON. nrnt-lfn -t- Prnvtilmm Main
v ":.lwu,)i '"our, recn. win, j liiuiioiiNan
-. vui, iiium nmi Aiuiuei fcis. vin
II. Mil Tim env .1 1- i.. i i..
gentries, QuccnfiwniP. Flour, fcfnlt. HIiopb!
oiih, etc., lUclmtiKo HIlcU, MaluM, vMili
VlTMAK, Marble Works, ouodoor below
I oi,t Office. Main Htrcet. Vlu a
--w'jiiUilll KUiiiUl .VJ., JllUliUllU'llllLTH
uai luerauruau. viuiu
V, ItOniJINS.Houor dealer hecoud door fmm
uortUwebtcoruei'Muluuud lion Mm. vl-nU
i.liimvu.i v a.... t
Wflxtures, Unpen bloik, Main nt. vl U
V: , "r-'-l'i l urnlturo Rooms, three story
-'.iMiiiuRiim, iiii,,ui jiiimvi bi, Vllllj
WKNSjTOCK.l'hotoBrnpher. over HoUjIiih
fctr' btou. MalUbt. vl-U
KUIIK. l!fnlr rlt. 1rnt n'.illi.itr I't.i.i.i.
' It-It at his rcsldciuo or at Miller a Hon
-''.j utiiui uv.l bum VIVIU will
JIFSi CATrttiHT .I.I..V. 1 IM.nl.
"tr! rooms ilnlu street Lei. Iron. v3-n'Jl
'.BAMPrK A rn..MnMitn1ctii Vn.l lllAnmu
"Wlf.lieur 1 JlOll. K it. I'nullni.Jiiin.laiitulMirl
.......tvij muue uuu reiiuutu, v-'Uj
"'!o!kuFn,l?c'0lic!'.lnl,!f,1OS )rKn'" nlul
, .u, l,,LUUI.IUIUlllllll IUUIIIO
wki r,f li.9ny' s,,iut1.0 Bml Urown Ston7
, Last lllooiukburE.Uerwlck road, vl-n la
ana Market st, vl-utl
iujillfs lfuler lu furniture, tiuiiks, coder
nniv. iimr uiu toruH iinir . vi. 1115
'ttrIAy,0EM.AKKn' "balers In dry
le"e'n.,nr V nlla merchandise.
""Dia south cud 01 town. VMils
VOLUME IV ---KO.aO.
l A E. W. COLEMAN, Merchant Tailors and
' . (ICllt'K flirtilitliltiif irnmt. Mnln HI. ti.l .l.u.p
i) tho llrlclc Hotel, M-U17
I 11. HERRIM) A imoTIIKll.Cnriicnteisnnil
!l. llulldcis, Mnlu St., below l'lno. vl-ul7
lOWER .tTllERltlNU, dealer In DryUnnil,
) tlrocerles. Lumber mid etntrnl Mni-,-ltniliGi
Main si. V1-UI7
iltlCIv ltOTEn and refreshment Pnlnou, hv
i llohr M'Jlcury cor.ot Main audfluost.,vi-lil7
DM. 0. A.ME(lAU(lEL,l'hyslclnnnndBurKcon,
Main st., next door to Uood's Hotel. vi-nl7
DAVID HEltltlNO. Flour nnd rlrisTMIIl, nnd
Dealer In grain, Mill Hired. vlnl7
T H.AC. KELCHNER.Illacksmllin.on Mill
I. Htrcet, near l'lno. vl-ni7
Ii.EDWAltDH. riiyslrlan nnd Hnrgcmi, Main
St., Hint doorabovoM'Jleury's Hotel, vl-n'.'J
TAMKM 11. HAUMAN. Cabinet Maker nud Un
O dertnker. Mnlu Ht., below l'lno. vl-n 17
M. HAIIMAN, baddlo nnd Harness maker.
, Main St., oppslto l'ramo Churcli, v2nll
auu .iiauuiaciuiers Ol lows, .via Ml. Vl-ul
IIiES A. WII.I.IAMH ACo ..Tanuersnnd Mnn-
uiacturerH ot leather, Mill Htrcet. V1-UI7
I Uralu Cradle. Main Hi. vJu5.
(rll.MAM DKl.ON'tJ Hhoeinnkernliit limnufiic
V tuierof llrlck, Mill HI., west otl'ino vlnm
V. DAf.I.MAN. Merchant Tailor. Second Ft.
. Hobblns' lluliainir. v2-uli
U.J. K. ItOlUUNB, Hurgeon and riiyslclnn
Di'cuuiini,, ueiuw .uaiu. vu-nin
pII.llEUT & KLINE, dry goods, procerles, nnd
u general luercuamuse, .Main mreev v.ni
U. KISTI.EH, "Cattnwlssa House," Nnilh
. Corner Main and Hecoud streets. v2nl.'i
KEILEU, lllllard Saloon, Oysters, and Ice
, Cream lu reason Mnlu St. v2u!2
MM. UltonST. dealer in aencralMcrchandlso
. Dry Goods, Groceries Ac, v2-ul8
QUSQUEH A NNA or llrlclc Hotel. S. Koslen
O bauilcr l'lonrlelor.soutli.enst corner Main anil
Second Street. v2n!2
1). UINAHD, dealer In Stoves and Tin-ware,
Main Sticct. v2nli
7M, 11. ADUOTT, Attorney at law, Main St.
OMAN it Co.. Wheelwrli-ht.s. llrst, door
, ubovo School House. vlnltl
TOIIN A. OMAN. Mniillf.irllirir nn.l ilrnloi. In
.1 Hoots and Shoes, vlniti
1 J. LE1SEU, M. 1)., Surgeon nnd 1'hyslclnu.
Olllce at Keller's Hotel. v2uW
J j. ...... i,.i..tuivi ill i.tj u.iinn unm'iiv
Hour. Feed. Sail. Fish. lion. Nails. etc.. Main
iilM't'll rv ,t..1.a i.. r . . I. I..
li cot, vlnia
7) S. .ENT, dealer In Stoves nnd Tin ware In
It anils munches.
1) 1'. UEIGllAUl,llItO.,dealer 111 Diy CIoihIs,
) Uioierks, andi;eiaial MiKhaudlse. v2iill
IjiSFY STEAM I'LOUltING MILLS, C.S. Fowler,
rj Proprietor. vinli!
I D. 'WEUKlIlCI.sicu.lionlnndShoeStoroand
inunuiactoiy. shop on Main SUeet op.
luimiu II1U niLUIIl .11111, Vlll
rp W. EI)OAIt,Sus(iueliauna PlanluBMIll nnd
X 1.U2 .iiiiiiiiiauLury, v
ATTOUNI'.Y AT LAW,
Ashlnud, Schuylkill County Pa.
1 W. JIILLEU,
AlTOUMil AT LAW,
Ofllee Court Housn -Alley, below tho Coni.it-
I IAN u oc. Homines, llnelc-l'av nnd l'enslons
euiiecieu, iiiooinsunru i a, sep.-v u,
JOIJERT F. CLARK,
nillpo Mnln Slreel. bplnw
tho Couit House,
g II. LITTLE,
ATTOUNEY AT LAW,
Oflleo Court-House Alley, below the Cor.UM
niAN Olllce, DIoomsbuiK l'a.
ATTOUNEY AT LAW,
3- Office Court Houso Alley. In Iho Co
iajmiiian building. Janl,'07.
1? J. THORNTON
.12Jm v, ould nnuouueo to the cltlrensof IUooius.
burunnd vicinity, that ho hasjust lecclved a lull
turn L'uiiiint;iu usauriiut:ui Ul
WALL PAl'KK, WINDOW bHADF-S,
nxTUUES, conns, tah&em,
and all otber iroods In Ills lino of business. All
tho neweht and moht appicived patterns of tho
uuy uru in wuj b iu uu iouim 111 ms I'lMituiusnraoni
J li. PUKSEL,
IIAUNKBH, SADDLK, AND TRUNK
and dealer lu
tARl'UT-CAGS, VALI8E.4, FLY-NETS,
ItUFKALO ItOlILS, IIOKSK-IH.A.NKKTS AC,
which bo feels ronfldent bo can hbl nt louer
mio man any omcr perboii in uiu county, i:x
amino for (turselveis.
hliopililrd door below tbo Court House, Main
cmeci, uniomsuuig, ra.
no v. 15,'tu.
piMPL E S.
Tho understRiied will cheerfully mall (fiiee) to
all who wish it tho lteelpu and full directions
... ii is nim II.1HK SlllipiU mill lltlllllllU
v ittmuiu mum, nuil wru iiuiueuiaieiy lemov
T,,,. I'luL-lk. l.l.....l..u liut.l ..ll .......
. u, .... ....d, rn, .ituiL.tvn, llliu III! Vf llir-
nun, iriiiti , (.iiiuiiiu nnu ueniiiiini.
Ho W ill also Seilll It Itr.Kl llit.trttitlnnii for nrn.
dueluit.by verysi lnplu meaus.n luxuriant urowth
ui iinir on it iiuiuncau or smoiiin i.icoiu less tuau
iiiuiy unjh irom nrsi appiicauon.
The iiIjomi can beobtaluid by leturu mall by
nddie.slni! 1 Hos. P. C1IAP.M AN, Chemist.
r, u. iiox orj, iu.j inuauway, iew vour.
TDOWDER KEGS AND LUMBER
tiud doalers In all kinds or
Clve notice that tbey nro prepared to accomodat
heir custom with dispatch, and on the cheapes
rjMlE REST AXD CHEAPEST
II AY R A K E
IN III E M A 11 K E T.
MASUrACTl'lllU AND 1011 BALK 11V
N. W. SAMPLE & CO.,
COLUMBIA 1UON WOI1KS, IILOOMS
CALL AND I.XAUINE IT,
llloorahburB, June 10, ls;iMf
ITTinMYEU .t JACORY
IV m.,, i vi, in nniT lit ff 1IUTlTTllfl 1V
firn niroiitu rtlin tntn nf i 111 neltU'llV's'1 lUKliV
PHlplirntK,! liiitn mi,l nl,l nt m k AIl'H. whcll tliev
will sell us cheap us country brewed nks: who u
and half barrels constantly on hand. This uiu
Is brewed by William K. l)ioikway,!115 loJ2i
xuhi .ieveninnireci, riew ioik uuy.
7 Noimi Tltlitn STllEKT,
It. 1). CUMMINC1S, ritontii.Ton.
Wholesale Grocers, and Dealers In
SALTPETltE AND IHtlMSTONE.
No 219 North Third BL
It. HOUSE. W.. KINO. J. 11. BUVI1KHT.
JJOHNE, KING & SEYIJEUT,
No. 421 Market Street
Orders filled promptly at lowest prices.
January 3, 1MW.
WHOLESALE T011ACCO, 8NUI'
No. 1 10 North Third Street,
ltetweeli Cherry nnd Ilnce, westslde.
2?HAXK & STltETCir,
toiicccssoi s xo j. ii. waner,)
Importeis nnd Dcalois In
O.UEENSWAKE, CHINA, AND GLASS,
No. 231 N. Third Street,
Between llnee nnd Vino Sis.
v. u! HniETcit. Ucn'' I'Mlnew
I. It. Waltek. Special rartuer.
T M. KEl'HEAHT,
I3AHNES, BKO. ,t HEIUION,
HATS, CAI'H.TIIAW GOODS & FUUS,
No". JOJ Market Street,
JOHN STROUP & CO.,
Successors to Stroup & Brother,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FISH.
No. 21 North Wharves nnd 27 North Thlid St
jlCIIARDSON L. WRIGHT, JR.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NO. 12$ SOUTH SIXTH STltEET.
THOMAS V A P.S ON
DEALERS IN HOSIERY
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
LINENS .t NOI'lONS
NO. IS NOKTH l'OUUTll Mill KT
yyAlNWltlGHT & CO.,
N. E. Comet Ktcontl ami Aieli Slieels,
Dealers lu -
TEAS, SYRUPS, t OFl'i'.E, SUGAR, MOLASSES
HICK, Hl'lf LH, UI CAllll bOllA, ,H' AC.
30rdcrs will lec.Ivo piompt utli ullun.
O li U 31 U I A H O T E L.
11 E 11 N A H I) S T O 11 N K It
llavltiu lately nuulmsed nnd fitted tin flu.
well-known Robisou Hotel Propcily, located a
few noons auove the couiit iioche,
on (ho samo side of the street, In Iho town of
I'.looiuslmig; and having obtained n license for
the sumo as a
HOTEL AND RESTAliANT,
the Proprietor hasdetcimlued to give to Iho peo
ple visiting tho town on business or plensuie,
A LITTLE MORE ROOM.
His stabllm: also Is extensive, and lsflllnl tin
to nut bucules and rarriuues lu Iho ilrv. IIh
promises that fleryililng aLout his establish
ment shall bocomUictid lu nu ordirly and Inw
ful manner: and hit riMn-etlntlv sntilti: n klinm
of tho public pntiouagc. inyl7 (,7-tf
rPHE ESPY HOTEL.
ESPY, COLUMBIA COUNTY, FA,
The undersigned would Inform Iho travelling
imbllcthnt ho has tnken tho abovo named estnl
ilshmcnt and tlioroinihly retilted Hut sniiiit liir
tho pirfect.convenleiii o of his guests. His larder
will bo stocked with Iho best I hit tititrlrpt ntt'.irils.
Tho choicest llquois, wines and clgnrsalways to
Apr.Sl.iiO-tf Kspy, l'a.
iiiuiiu iu ma uiu.
OUANGEVILLE, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
ROHR M'HENRY', Proprietor.
This Y.tll known lfous,p. linvlni? httm not In
thorough leiuur, Ik now oj-en to tho traellliiR
mum, mo imr is Mocueti wun mo cnoicesi
titncb.tjumilled 1th the dellcuclcK of tho beiUton.
lutiors lilnl flt-nrK. iilid Ilio inLIti will In nt nil
No imljii will be nnrnl to Injure the tomloitof
uraugevine, utc, w, wiu
WILLIAM BUTLER, Proprietor,
This House having been put in thorough repair
Is now opin ler Iho rcetpllon or guests. No
pains will bo spared to ensmo the peilcct com
iort ot tho traeh-rs. Tint l'lnnilctiir solicits it
sharo of public patinmise. 'iho bar will bo
slocked at all times with Hue liquors and cigars.
mm it lU'ti,
W. P. PIATT, Proprietor,
IIKNTON, COLUMIIIA COUNTY, l'A.
This well known House liavlnu been nut In
thorough lopalr is now open lor tho mention, of
YIMlOrM, JU I'HlllS JUI U Ul't'Il IlllllU IU til Ml Tit
tho perlect eoinfoit of BU't. Tli vioprlitor
nlbo i ui)8 u 8tiiye iroiu (he Hotel to JJliMinihhurK
uuu lnu'rniiuiiue T'OUum on i ucuay, imncuny
and Satuulay oi each weelt. lnia0'7U-tf
OOTS AND SHOES.
CLARK M. BROWN,
CKMREhTlll l.T, AMOIMM1 Till, t lOltn 1)1'
A lull and complcfo nsstiilmenl of leudv mud
boots mid shots toi men, women and children
lust received i.ml for salout rtasouablo lines.
Vartellesto mil all classes or cuslonie rs. The
best ol weal: eloue nt slioil notice, as heretofore,
uive uuu .lean, npis,etr.
K N T I S T It Y.
jr. c. rowi:r, ukntist,
Rtfcnectfully oilers hU profehHlotml services to
the hull oh uud Kntlemeii of Itloonuburtr nud vl
clulty, Ue 1m piepnrett toutteud tonlltliu v&rl
ous operations lu the lino of hi profession, uud
1h provided will) tlio latest liuproM-d 1'oiicklain
j r.bTii wiiien win uo inscrn'u cm koiu piatiui;
silver nnd rubber base to look as well uuthu nat
ural teeth. Teeth extracted hv all the nuw nnJ
most approved methods, and ail operations on
tho teeth earefullv and moneilv attended to.
RcNldenco uud olllce a few dour a ahnve the
Lourt j louse, satuo siae.
11IIILOSOP1IY OP aiAIUtlAaE,
JL A Ni.wCovusKorLnTL,HKM,mdellveredat
tho 1't uuu. l'ol technic, nud Anatomical Museum
VMS I'hffctnut ht.. tin to doom abovo Twtlltb.
1'ldlaUelpliJa. cmhriiriutj tho subjects: How to
l.le uuu uui io i.no iori imiui, iaiuniy
and Old Ate: Manhood (lenerally Reviewed;
'Ihetautool ludUcMlou; Flatulence uud neiv
ii u DUeases accounted for; Marriage 1'litlo
ftojlileally cousldeud. These leeiureu will be
foiwatded ou uttli t of 15 ccuU by uddressingt
Hccictary of the iVnnsyhanln 1'ih.iTeciimc
AN U A ATOJIK'AL Wmi'ii, lWi CllCfclUUt t.,
OTIC E .
All net tons hnoulni themselves to be lndebt.
cd to Iho Ktltito or Jacob Eycr, deceased, aro
hereby notified to settle their acrouutsat once,
iilhciwUo they will bo colleclid according to
Jaw, H. H. MILLER,
llloomsburg, May 0, lKO-tr Adeilulstrulor
fl W (f I M fti! lit f SI ft
BLOOMSBU11G, PA., FRIDAY, JULY 2!), 1870.
nv j, t, TnowiinincjK,
Homo from hN Journoy Parmer John
Arrived this miirnlim, safo and sound,
Ills hlnek coal oil; and his old elotlios on,
rsow I'm myself;" says 1 arinor John i
And ho thinks, "I'll look around,"
Up leaps the dogi "(letdown, you punt
Aro you so glad you would cat mo up?"
rho old cow lows at tho sate, to greit him !
Tho horses prlclc up thctreais to meet him:
Well, will, old Hay I
Ha, ha, old Gray I
Dou net feed when Pinnwny?
'You haven't n rib I" says Farmer John j
"Tho cnltlo nro looking round and sleek j
Tho colt Is going to bo n roan,
And n beauty, too i how ho has grown I"
We'll wean the colt noxt week." -
Says Parmer John, "Whon I've been off.
To call you again about tho troiiKh.
And watch you, nnd pet you, whllo you drink,
Is n greater comfort thnu you can think I"
And ho pats old Bay,
And ho slaps old Oray ;
"Ah, this H tho comrort ol going away I"
.'For, nfler nil," says Farmer John,
"Tho best of njourney Is getting homo!
Pvo Been great sights, but would 1 giro
This spot and tho peaceful life I live,
For all their Paris and Homo ?
These hills for tho city's fctlllod nlr.
And big hotels all bustle and glare.
Land all houses, nnd ronds all stones,
That deafen your cars and batter your bones?
Would you, old Bay ?
Would you old Gray?
T hat's w hat one gets by golug nwny ;
"Thcro Money Is King," says Farmer John j
"And Fashion Is (iueen : and it's mighty queer
To sco how sometimes, whllo tho man
Is raking and scraping all ho can,
Tho wlfo spends, every year,
Enough, you would think, for u score of wives,
Tojiccp them In luxury all their lives I
Thfilown Is a perfect Babylon
To n quiet char," toys Fanner John,
"Y'oti see, old Bay,
You sco, old Gray,
I'm wiser than when I went away.
"I've found out this," says Fnrmer.John,
"That happiness Is not bought and sold,
And clutched lu n life of wasto and huiry.
In nights rf pleasure and days of worry;
And wealth Isn't all lu gold,
Morlgago and slocks and ten per cent.,
But In simple ways and sweet content,
Pew wants, puro hopes, and noble ends,
Somo laud to till, and a lew good friends,
Like you, old Bay,
And yon, old Gray.
That's what Pvo learned by going away."
And n happy man Is Farmer John,
O, a rich and happy man Is he I
lie tees Ihoreas and pumpkins growing.
The coin lu tnsscl, the buckwheat blowing,
And fi ult on vino and tree;
The Imge, kind oxen look their thanks
As ho nibs tin Ir foiLtuads and strokes their
'1 he doves light lound him, nnd strut and cuo;
Saj s Farmer John; "I'll takeyou, loo,
And you, old Hay,
And you, old Gray,
Nt-xt tlmo l tiavel so lar away I"
Our Voting foil..
11V .1. MADISON JJJITLUS.
Tliolow, ton brcczoof an Italian noon
ca mo sit tiling through creeping vines
ami odorous llowera tiiat ltow' about
tho window of a room in which lay r
sicl; man, to.s6itiK in tlio oxtrcnio rest
IcasncM of a mind ill al ease, orpcrhaps
fretful under tho fever that lent to his
eyo au unusual brilliancy.
Tho loom was luxuriously furnished,
tho truly artistic, arrangement of which
betrayed an eyo for tho beautiful, as
well as useful, while tho rich profusion
of flowers, esiuisitely grouped, told, if
even tho preicnco had not been there,
that woman's hand had lent to all
around tho charming effect.
Rending over tho invalid's couch,
stood a lady of raro beauty and grace,
wliobo absorbed manner and assiduous
attentions proved how deep was tho in
tercst oho felt iu that prostrato form,
wiiilo the light from her large, dark
eyes, beamed down upon him witli all
tho wealth of a truo woman's love.
Moving around tho room, with nois
Icss tread and respectful manner, was
tho valet, who likewise manifested tho
utmost interest, as well as sympathy
in the seeno beforo him. It wa? enough
for tho faithful fellow to know that his
master suiTered, ar.d seemingly it lay
beyond his limited power to afford oven
tho slightest aid.
Suico early morning had tho invalid
thus wrestled with tho burning fover
that coniumcd his veins, and yet tho
dlseaso seemed not to decrease, but on
tho contrary, a3 night drew near, tho
flush upon his broad, high brow, and
tho brilliancy of his largo bluo eye,
grow deeper and inoro brilliant still.
From below tho murmur of tho great
city camoup, mingling with tho sounds
of busy city life within tho great cam
vnnserio in which tho sick man lay,
lending an additional gricvanco to tho
already highly strung nerves of tho pa
"Listen how tho world goes on and
on, whllo I am chained to this bed, like
somo criminal to tho hulks !" sullenly
exclaimed tho invalid, as with an ini
patient gesture ho turned to tho wall as
though to shut out sounds.
"Hnvo patience, Do Ueriot," sooth
ingly rcpliid tho lady, as sho gently
stroked tho miiM of clustering hair
about thu sicl: man's forehead.
"Patlenco ! patienco 1 1 am moro than
weary of tho word. How can I bo pit
lient, when so much is depending on
this night V" and Do Reriot's voice had
thu sharp, petulant jing, that can alono
bo heard from a sick bed.
"Well darling, I liavo sent for l)r,
; ho will soon bo hero, and per
haps, ho may suggest somo solution of
this seemingly dlfllcult problem," said
"Thcro isbutonosolutioii," exclaimed
Do Rcriot. "Ho must put strengtli In
to his arm, ami abalo tho ruslt of this
burning fover through my bruin, oreiso
ho and nil his medicaments cannot min
"Ah! I hear his footsteps now," pa
geriyoxeiulmcil tnoJady. "Now you
will bo patient anil nbltlo by tho declS'
Ion made. Will you not V" nnd again
tho soft, whlto hand caressed tho burn
in nu instant tho sick man glanced up
ward into tho beautiful oyes that looked
down upon lilm. And then, as tho
physiclon entered tho room, ho gavo
her a gontloprcssuro of tho hand and u
look rcplcto with lovo and obedience,
With professional rapidity nud uner
ring skill, tlio medlcil gentleman sur
veyed, or diagnosed tho caso beforo
Ho found his patient stitlering from
tho prostrating effects of it low fover, to
which was added intenso menial ox-clto-incut,
which, as a matter of course, ag
gravated tho original disc.iso. Tho lat
ter must bo removed beforo tho former
could bo touched. Such was tho piiy-
slcian'sjuilgment, nnd n command was
also given, that tho patient must bo
kept absolutely quiet for two days nt
tho very least. Tho last soulenco seemed
to act upon tho invalid with tho forco
of a galvanic shock.
Starting up, and resting upon an el
bow, ho glared at tho medical attendant
with something like downright nngcr
in his looks.
"Why, sir, I had you brought hither
to get mo upon my feet and givo mo
strength by to-night. Instead of tills
you coolly tell ino that I am to remain
tied to this bed for a number of days.
I tell you, sir, I must bo out of this bed
and room to-night. My fortune yea,
my very life almost uependsupon it."
"Yea, sir," coolly replied tho Doctor,
"Your last remark is moro truo than
you really aro awaro of. Your lifo
would, indeed, depend on your going
where I suspect you dcslro to go.
"Yes, doctor," gently Interposed tho
lady,"his engagement to-night is beforo
tho royal family, and hence his extreme
"Well, it is a very, very vexatious
case," said the doctor, with moro of
sympathy in his voico thnu ho had yet
shown. "But I really do not sco tho
slightest hopo of your getting to tho
theatre in condition to do your great
"Well, then, most heartily do I curso
tho f.ttc that lias willed it so," exclaimed
Do Rcriot, savagely.
"Stop 1" exclaimed the physician. "Is
tliero none that can tako your place V"
The change that came over tho sick
mini's faco was positively ludicrous iu
Is expression of surprise.
Tho lady likewise slightly elevated
her delicately arehed eyebrows, in
.somewhat of disdain. Not so the valet
who hail been all this timo noiselessly
engaged about the room, hut, of course,
servant-like, allowing not ono word of
all that was uttered to escapo his keen
ears. Rcforo Du Rcriot could speak.bo-
ing engaged for a moment in swallow
ing and digesting his surprise, Rastian
came forward, and with respectful salu
"If ono m humblo as I may, speak
upon a matter of so much importance,
I would beg you, my master, to try and
let mo Hud one who will in somo innv
Hire fill your place before tho king,"
" Find !" exclaimed Do Rcriot, In an
ger. "Whom? Aro you acquainted
"No, good master," responded Has
Man. "Hut, allow mo to suggest some
thing. Last night, as I was passing a
rickety homo, in a narrow street not
fir from hero, I hoard somo ono play
ing on a violin, most beautifully. I
stood spell-bound until Ihoso sweet and
wonderful tones had ceased. Good mas
ter, nono hut you have I ever heard
play so finely."
Charles Do Ueriot paid great attention
to tho statement of Ills servant. Know
ing him to have been fully competent
to judge, and trusting greatly to his
criticism, he assigned much consequence
to tho received information, and deter
mining to discover who tho player was,
"Rastian, find out for mo who this
"i was very much interested last
night," taid BasMiin, "to And out tho
numo of tho person who played so hea
venly, but nobody could tell me. All I
could leurn was, that ho was from the
North a strongorhero very poor and
kept himself at a distance from all peo
"I should think," interposed tho doc
tor, "that somebody In tliij liouso may
Do Rcriot at oneo gavo orders to his
servant to call tho porter to his room,
that if possiblo ho might receive some
information respecting tho mysterious
violinist. Tho porter came, nud related
a lengthy talo all of which wo already
',1 deem it most prudent," said Feli
elta Mnllbran, turning to her husband,
"to send Rastian and tho porter to the
unknown artist, tender him an invita
tion to our rooms, in order that you
may hear him play, and satisfy your
self of his competency to represent you
at tho concert to-night."
Do Reriot consented to tho proposi
tion of Ills wife.
Rastian, accompanied by tho porter,
at ouco set forth, and in a few minutes
reached tho quartcrof tho city iu which
dwealt tho unknown musician. Rcforo
tho door of a wretched, tumblo down
tcnrnient-hoiHO they paused, and
knocked fur admission, Thoy wcro ad
mitted, and ascending tho ill-shnpcd
stairway, wcro shown into asmall, din
gy room, opening upon thu landing.
Though in somo degrco prepared for
misery and poverty, the sight that mot
their ga.o caused an involuntary excla
mation of sympathy.
I pon n broken chair, tho only article
of furniture in tho room, near tho win
dow, was 6cated it frail, dellcato form,
tho head bowed forward upon his hands
as though to shut out u world of bitter
ness, tho long, fair half hanging iu dis
heveled masses down each sido of his
faco, while over and unon,ndeep,heavy
sigh would break forth with btartllng
emphasis, Tho whole was tho picturo
of a man utterly crushed and despair
ing. In blrango contrast was a violin and
n bow, lying on tho floor, tho instru
ment betraying by its neatness nntl ti
diness of appearance, how much caro
laid been bestowed upon it.
Tho young man, having been aroused
out of his brooding stuto by tlto intrud
ing strangers, sprang forward, fchook
back his curling hair, thereby display
ing pallid and Btarvctl features, at tho
samo tlmo regarding tho comers with
au Intcrrogatlyo look.
Rastian addressed him In Italian, but
i finding ho did not comprehend him
well, proceeded In tho French language
of which ho was found to ho a master.
lu conclso terms, tho valet mado
known tho object of his visit, and then
awaited n reply. When tho namo of
Charlcn Do Reriot was mentioned, n
quick flush sufTiiPcd the pale, sad coun
tonnnco of tho young mnn,and hlslargo
clear bluo eyo sparkled as with pleasur
For a moment ho stood gazing on his
instrument, nnd then qulckly,ns though
prompted by a sudden determination,
ho grasped tho violin and bow, at tho
samo iiinc exclaiming :
"1 will go with you 1 Lead tho wayl"
Arriving at tho hotel, Do Reriot was
found to ho Insensible, and raving
under tho burning heat of tho fover.
With ready tact his wife received and
entertained tho .stranger, in tho inean
whllo writing a hurried note to tho di
rector, informing him how utterly im
possible it was for Do Reriot to fulfill
his engagement that night, by reason.
of his sudden uud uhtrmiug illness. In
this nolo sho took tho responsibility of
recommending J;ho stranger as ono suit
able to till tho sick man's place.
Evening came. Tho Jmmenso theatre
was crowded from pit to dome. Charles
Do Rcriot had been announced to play,
and henco tho musical world of Genoa
had tlnongcd to hear thogrcat violinist
bring from his instrument those strains
which havo rendered his name immor
tal. When the curtain rolled up, tho di
rector appeared, and in a faltering voico
announced the illness of tho great mas
ter, and his inability to appear.
Without allowing time for au expres
sion of feeling, ho rapidly mado known
that, under the sanction, and by rccom-
mcudation of Felicita Mitlibran,lio had
secured a substitute, and begged tho
audience to at least havo a moment's
Widespread murmuring ensued, but
finally order resumed its sway, nnd in
hapiy mood the perplexed director dis
appeared to bring in the suDstitute.
A moment, and there stood tho pale
faced young man, of the wretched teno-
mcnt-houso, before that grand and ma
jestic audience! his bowself-posics-cd
but there was a strange, wild look In
tho large, full eye, that told of thoughts
Rut suddenly ho awakens to tho real
ity around; the violin and how nro
placed in position, with an easy, giacu
Listen! oh, listen! Now tho bow
glides slowly, and strange, weird sounds
aro stealing throughout tho vast audito
rium. How sweet how plaintive,
scorning to carry witli the story that
somo have alreudy read iu those largo,
soft eyes, that are looking far beyond
any pter-ent. And then the mood chan
ges, and like lightning the supple arm
drives tho (iniveriug bow across tho
strings. Rut dc.-eriptiou fails to con
vey a Just impression of that wonderful
De Rcriot is forgotten. A dcath-liko
silenco reigns; tears havo started un
bidden to tho eyes of strong men long
used to such scenes; emotion, intense
sy mpathy, open admiration, aro depic
ted upon every countenance.
The strains grow weaker aud weaker;
tho wearied arm can no longer perform
its duty and tho story of silent, un
complaining suficring, of want aud
gaunt starvation, of disappointed hopes
and blank despair, has been told, been
wrought out in strains of such music as
it seldom falls to tho lot of men to tho
lot of man to hear.
Suddenly a piercing, thrilling cry
rings throughout tho building it
sounds like tho voico of ono dying.
Tho violin falls Clashing to tho stage;
tho artist is seen sinking slowly to the
floor, as with outstretched hands, and
iu broken tones, lie exclaims:
'Give mo bread ! Givo mo food ! for
I am starving!"
For an instant tho audience remained
silent, struck dumb with blank amaze
ment, and in speechless wonder sat ga
zing upon tho senseless form.
Rut only a moment thus, and then
amid hurried exclamations of sympa
thy and kindly commiseration, thcro
rolled upwaul a mighty volumo of en
Men wondered nt tho almost dlvlno
talent that they had that night wit
nessed; and tho question arose:
"Who Is ho? Where is ho from ?"
Tho audience, at tho request of tho
director, havo kept their seals; nnd, af
ter an interval, the young artist, ro
newed and Invigorated by bounteous
food nnd generous wine, again makes
The scenes of the earlier part of tho
night aro enacted. Again is that won
derful skill displayed, and again and
again does tho vast structure shako and
quiver under tho deafening applause.
.Slnco that night, when friendless,
starving, ho cried for food, the namo of
this young man has gono forth to tho
utmost pails of tho civilized world. AU
nations, all countries, all people havo
listened, as did those mi the night of
which wo havo spoken, to him whoso
namo has everywhere becoinoii homo
hold word tho namo of Ole Rule.
The following uneedoto Is told of Dr.
Cabarrus, tho great honuepathli! physl
dan, who lias Just died in l'arls. Mile.
Julia Rarron was out of sorts, and sent
"What is tho matter?" asked tho
"Oh, I hardly know myself," sho re
plied. "My spirits aro terribly unequal.
Sometimes 1 am greatly elated, and
then suddenly sink Into tlio deepest
Alter a moment's reflection Cabarrus
said gravel) :
"I am afraid Micro Is but one way to
"What Is it?" sho inquired eagerly.
"Y'ou must get married, " ho replied,
with a mirthful twluklo of tho eye,
but still keeping agravo faco.
"Well," said Mile. Rirron, after a
llttlo hesitation, followed by a long
drawn sigh of rollcf, "perhaps you aro
right. Would you marry mo ?'
"Jei chcre," ropliod Cabarrus, bland
ly, "tho doctor proscribes, but ho
doesn't (uko lib own moJIcInc."
COL. DEM. - - VOL. XXXIV - - NO. 23.
XJonnor in ZZarlam lane.
I saw Ronneron tho road tho other
day. It is ono of tho sights of New
Y'ork. It Is interesting to watch tho
sensation ho produces, though ho ap
pears every day. Ho conies Into on the
road, but his coming Is watched for
with great eagerness by all classes. Ho
is very systematic, and can usually bo
s:on turning Into tho gate from Eighth
u venue, about flvo o'clock. His pleasure
never interferes with business; his
day's work is fairly dono beforo he
leaves for his stables. Ho has a rig
which ho puts on when ho prcparo for
tho business of tho road.
is tho fa vorlto with tho public, and they
nro usually gratified, especially on a
pleasant afternoon. Other horses havo
had their brush and havo been led off
foaming to tho shed. Tho piazzas of
all the hotels that lino tho road arc
crowded with horsemen and the win
dows with lady friends. Spectators
with their teams draw up on tho side
of tho road to await the great event of
tho day. During tho meeting of the
two conferences of tho Methodist Epis
copal Church in New Y'ork lately, it
was estimated that two-thirds of tho
clergymen went out on Harlem Lane to
get n sight of Dexter and his famous
owner. Ronncr makes his appearance
at a slow pace, apparently indifferent
to tho Impression produced. Ho watch
es to bco that tho coast Is clear. Ry
common consent, whon Rouncr appears.
THE ROAD IS CLEARED.
A Dacotah Indian might take lessons
of Ronncr In his yells. As Dexter
starts on his course, his driver can bo
heard half a mtlo off. Tho excited
throng shout, "That's Ronncr," and all
como to their feet. Tho team rushes by
with tho fleetness of tho wind, nnd is
out of sight In an instant. Tliero aro
somo things that cannot bo described
a panic iu Wall Street tho insido of
St. Peter's tho harmony of an Italian
organist tho coloring of the great mas
ters in the rittl Palace the trotting or
Dexter. Ho moves as no other horse
moves; he is the poetry of motion. Ho
does not sprawl, throw his feet out, or
lling them around, but seems to
SLIDE Ol'T OP IIIMSELP,
giving tho idea that any amount of
speed can be obtained, iio is never ex
hausted, Micro is no exertion, thcro is a
reserve of speed (bat is peculiar. Goas
lust as he will, hi-hoofs can be as dis
tinctly seen ai lun lie is on a slow
trot. Horsemen say Mint his speed has
never been known, and without con
troversy tho palm is awarded to him on
all hands. A veiy exciting seeno took
placo tho other day. A gray horse ap-
p eared on tho road a stranger to every
one. Thu speed of the animal was mar
vellous. Wherotho horo camu from
or to whom ho belonged nobody boem
ed to know. Tho driver watched for
Ronncr. After a sharp contest ho act
Tho thrill of excitement was inde
scribable. Ronncr turned his horse into
tho shed and had him blanketed. Wall
street was scarcely ever moro excited
thnn was tho roail that afternoon. In a
short timo Dexter re-appeared, and
ngain ids pale antagonist was ready for
tho contest. Ronncr put up tho ton of
his wagon, which, as horsemen know,
makes a great difference in sprr d. Thu
white liorso camo tailing along at n
IIO.NNER Sl'ltAXCi TO HIS rP.ET
nud gave a screech that might have
been licar.l in Westchester county.
Rc"xtcr heard and understood the signal
buckled down to his work, and left tho
white horse so far behind that ho was
not to bomcntioncd thosamonftcrnooii.
Thunders of npplnuso attended Ronncr
on his couise, and as the king of tho
road came back thcro wcro hundreds
that would have crowned him with
inurels. Tho feat of that afternoon in
duced horsemen to say that Dexter Is
capable of anything. Boston Journal.
r.Iagic Table for finding tho age of
Jink. Let any person tell In which
column or columns, no uniis ills ago
add together tUojfrst numbers of theso
columns, and their sum is tho person's
age, up to 71 years.
Suppose, for example, that a person
says that ho sees his ago in thejlrst, sec
ond imJijlh column, then tlio addition
of one, two and sixteen, (tho first num
bers of said columns,) gives 19 for tlio
Tho combination was originally mado
by a Quaker in Pennsylvania, about llf
teen years ago.
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Two men In Cheyenne got to shooting
at each other, and tho local paper says
of ono of them: "His soul instantane
ously dropped its humanity." It is
mean for a paper to break right otf so
in an interesting story, Wo vrant to
know if ho died,
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Executor's or Administrator' Notice, 13.00,
Auditor's orAsslgiico'n Notlco, J2.50,
lxical'uotlccs, twenty cents a Unci by the yet t
Cunts lnlhfl"lluslnessDlrectory" column.U.OO
per yenr for tho nrt two line, nnd ll.Oi) for each
Does 2Icr Own Work.
Does sho? Is It n disgrace to her? Is
sho less a truo woman, less worthy than
sho who sits In silks and satins and Is
vain of lingers which never know any
work ? Wo heard this sneer a fow days
ago, and tlio tones In which it wns utter
ed betokened a narrow, selfish, Ignoblo
mind, better fitted for any placo than ft
Democratic country whoso Institutions
ic3toh honorable labor m ono of our
chief corner-stones. It ovlncos a falso
Idea of tho truo baslfof society, of truo
womanhood, of genuine nobility. It
showed tho dctestnblo spirit of casto, of
rank which a certain class among us
aro striving to cherish ; a casto whoso
solo foundation Is money, and so tlio
meanest kind of rank kuowu to civili
zation. Mind, manners, morals, all
that enter Into tho grand character, aro
of no account with thoso social snob? ;
position in their stilted ranks Is bought
with gold, and each additional dollar Is
another round In tho ladder by which
elevation Is gained.
As a matter of fact, is it moro dlshon
or iblo for tho merchant's wlfo to do her
own work than for tho merchant to do
his, for her to look after her hoii30 than
fr him to look after hisstoro? Or, is
woman fit for nothing but to bo pleased
w ith tho feather and pleased with tho
straw? It seems tho height of nmbi-
tiou In some circles to bo or profess to
be, not only "abovo" work hut ovon
norant of how work is to bo dono ;
..... ... . . t 1 1 it.
.mil ll tlio lauio is poony spreuu, ii uiu
housekeeping is at sixes and sevens,
tho "help" receives maledictions with
out, but tlio "lady" lakes nono of tho
responsibility upon hcrscir. Sno iook
into tlio kitchen, sho know how bread
should bo made or steak broiled, sho
know wlien the flour is out or tho sugar
in? Absurd! "Help" may bo bad
enough, but what interest can mo gin
In tho kitchen fool in household econo
my, if tho lady iu tho parlor has nono.
If tho mlstrcs-.s neglects all domestic
dutles.will tho maid bo thoroughly con
scientious? Will tho husband's busi
ness go on If he neglects it? And why
should that of tho wife prosper under
her lack of responsibility.
An aristocracy of wealth is the most
inexcusable, tho silliest of any distinc
tion, and yet it is that which many of
our citizens, many of our otherwise
sensible young people, aro fostering and
trying to estnblisli.
How to Treat Sunstroke. Somo
one, who is evidently an authorily,gives
iu tlio columns of tlio New Y'ork S'im
tho following directions for tho treat
ment of Sunstroke: "Sunstroke," ho
says, "is not caused merely by tlio heat
or the sun, or by its direct rays. It is
not necessarily attended with a 'rush of
blood to the head.' The first symptoms
aro rapid loss of stiength nnd slight
dizziness, with confusion of ideas, and
generally a burning spot with numb
ness, on tho toil of tho head. Perspira
tion stops, and a decided chilly sensa
tion is felt along tho back-bone. To
avert or relievo :
First. Apply ico or ico-cold water to
tlio top of tho head; and if tho burning
is felt at tho base of tho skull, apply
cold water there, taking caro not to wot
! ho back.
Second. Givo to drink (hot if possi
ble ) cayenne pepper or ginger, stirred
in water, and as strong as patient can
tako it. Fluid essenco of Jamaica gin
ger is excellent for this purpose, and as
Third. Quickly wrap the body in a
blaukct or other warm covering, for
life depends upon restoring tho natural
circulation nnd stimulating free perspi
ration. Fointh. Don't ullow tlio sun's rays
to touch the patient's head for at least
If at hand, a warm bath would aid
materially, carbonato of ammonia, ta
ken internally In proper quantity, Is a
safo and valtiablo stimulant.
After recovering from sunstroke, tho
liability to another Is increased, and
with somo It is never eradicated.
When physicians observe and record
tho fads in a largo number of cases of
sunstroke, I am confident that it will o
proved that tlio chemical or actinia rays
of tho sun do the mischief, and that
they aro often powerful and dangerous
when tlio heating rays arc comparative
A. Question Settled. Old Joo
R was a quiet old man, but some
what too fond of tho bottle. When in
his cups, ills idea tended toward theo
logical matters, which ho always avoid
ed In his sober moments. It was Sat
urday afternoon (Connecticut baking
day), nud his good wife wanted somo
wood for tho oven,
"Joo, I do wish you would go aud
split somo wood. Hero it Is nearly two
o'clock, and tho tiro isn't mado."
Joo went to exectitu his commission,
but fearing his physical condition was
weak, marched to ills neighboring lav.
em to fortify himself (herein. Ho ro-
turned home utterly oiillvlom to all
these things, save his pet theories.
Seating himself on IiU chair, ho said,
"lfny (hie) Jane, do you (hie) think
the Lord (hlcj means to burn in (hie)
up In tiro?"
His venerable spouse, being exceed
ingly irate, did not answer. Again ho
repeated tlio question. Sllll nn omin
"Wne, do you think tho Lorn means
to bum us up in tiro everlasting?"
"No!" said the now thoroughly nrous
ed housewife; "no, you old fool, not If
Ho waits for you to split the wood I"
A ladv at Winslcd, Coun., was struck
by lightning a short tlmo ago, and lay
several hours apparently dead, so that
nearly all of her friends wcro prepared
to have her buried. Her brother, how
ever, insisted upon waiting and work
ing for her resuscitation, ami ids faith
and works wcro finally rewarded by
her complcto restoration to llfo and
health. Duringliertranco sho distinct
ly heard tlio remark of friends that eho
was "unquestionably dead."
A suspicious husband In Augusta,
Mo., opened a letter addressed to his
wife, tuo other day, nnd was so nffected
by Its contents that ho Incontinently
sought out tho writer and gavo him a