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HUNHV L. Itl-.lTI-.NlUCII,
HUITOlt AND rUllLlSHUlt.
BLOOMSBTJllG, PA., FRIDAY, JUNE 11. 1875.
TilK COLUMMAN, VOI. IX, SO. 23
COI.U.MUIA DEMOUltAT, VOL. XL, NO. 17
Columbia County Official Diroctory
President .JiuIko William lllvvell.
Annotate ,Iudo.s Iram Derr, 11.10 . Monroe,
l'rothonotnrv, Kb. H. Crank ..irr.
H'-ffHUT X Iteoorilcr YV Illl.1t11s.n1 il. J.icoby.
DMrlet Attorn.'y balm .M. Clark,
Hurvo, or Ihtio litnvltt.
1 n'miun .hiiiii r.it iiL-i.
(',-minilssloners William Law ton, .tohn Horner,
Commissioners' ciorK w 1111 1111 Micknauin.
AiMlt'irs-H. . I. canipbep, H. U. smith, David Yost
t-nrniier ChillleK 11. -VI II mho, .
.Tory Commissioners Jacob II. Fill, William II.
I 0'llll.v pu pi niiicimeiii. m I irini 11, r-iiyilt-r.
lllooui I'.Mir HM tct-lMroctors-O. 1'. Mat, Seolt,
Win. Kramer. ill loiusburir nnd Thomas Crev cling,
Seo t, o. 1". l.'nt, Nuciutury.
Bloomsburg Official Directory.
lilonmsbur-f Hanking Comp.iny .Tolin . l'unston,
President, 11.11. (Iroi?, Cashier.
1'lrsi. National 11 ink Charles It. l'axlon, ''resident
J. P. Tils' In, Cashier.
Columbia Couniy Multial Satin? Vund nnd mn
Association u. 11. lame, iTesuioni, c vv. .Miner,
I'.looiiHburs llulldlmr nnd Nav lnr Pund Association
Wm. Poncciek, President,.!. II. llohlsnii, Seerelnry.
luooinsounj ..lUMiiti rviun-r mini Assiiciai ion .1
J Urower, President, C. U. llarkloy, Secretary.
Kcv. .!. P. Tuslln, (supply.)
Sunday Sen tees IhM a m. nnd ay, p. in.
Sunitav School 9 11. 111.
Prayer .Meeting Uvcry Wednesday evening nt an
Soais Irco. Tho public nro InMied 10 nurnu.
8T. M milKW'd I.UTIIEIIAN CHUHClf.
-Mints er-ltev, .!. II. Williams.
Sunday Scrvlces-iotf a. m. and 0,'p. m.
H11nd.1v school On. 111.
I'rai or Mcollue livery Wednesday evenlns at 0,
beats free. Nopews rented. All nro welcome.
Mlnlsicr-ltev. Stuart Mitchell.
Sunday Servlcca-lii,v n. 111. nnd a4 p. m.
Kundav school y a. in.
Prayer Mcoi lug Kery Wednesday evening at ay,
Seals frco. No jiows rented. Strangers welcome
MKTIIODIlIT Kl'ISOOl'At. CI1UKCII.
Presiding Kldcr Hev. N. S. llucklngham.
.Minister itev. J. II. McOarrah.
Sunday Sen Ices-lu and p. m.
Sunday School '2 n. m.
Hlblo Class Kvcry Monday evening at o'clock.
Young -Men's Prayer Meeilng livery Tuesday
(icuer.il Prayer .Meeting Every Thursday ovenlu;
at 7 o'clock.
Corner of Third and Iron streets.
Pastor ltev. T. V. Horrmcler.
llcsldenco Caststiect, near Porks Hotel.
Sunday Sen Ices vs4 a. 111. and gjj p. in.
Sunday school 3 a. 111.
Prajei' -Meeilng Saturday, 7 p. m.
All alo Invited Thero Is nlwavs room-
Sen ices every Sunday mteruoun tit 2 o'clock nt
lienor s cnurcn, .Mnmsoii lonliililp.
Itector Ilev. John Hewitt.
Sunday Services lui n. m., on p. m.
Sunday School 9 a. in.
rirst Sunday In the month, Holy Communion.
Senlcos preparatory to Communion on 1'ilday
evening bcioro tho .bt Sunday 111 each mouth.
Pews rented 1 but ovcrj buily w elcome.
Perwins (killing to consult tho Hector on religious
in.uters ulll llud iilm nt the parsonage on lluck
SCHOOIi OUDKUS, Mauk, in printed nnd
neatly bound In small buoks, n hand and
lor sale at tho coi.umuian oniee. cb. 13, lsis-tf
TLANK l)j:t:i)S, on lNircImiTiit and T.imm
I) Paiier, eouiinon and for Adinlnlsi rators, Kxeeu
luis and trustees, for halo cheap at tho Comjsiiiian
MAKUIAfHC CKKTJKICATKS ju.t printed
and for sale nt tho Coi.umuian (lillee. -Mlnls-lurs
uf tho Oosnel and .lustlees Hhould supply them
holies Willi theso necessary nitlcles.
JUSTICES and Constables Tee-Kills for sale
ntthoCoi.uJiiiiAN onice. They contain I he cor
rected fees as established by tho last Act of tlio U'g
bhituroupon tho subject. i;very Justice and C011
btablo should liuvo ono.
"KNUUK NOTIvS jii-t printed and for sale
cheap at tho Columbian onice,
VVII) I.OW'lONJMvIKi, Merchant Tailor
Main St., nboio Central Hotel.
HOOTS AND SIIOUS.
HKXKY KI.KIM, Manafaeturer and dealer
In boots mid bhoea, ,giocerles, etc., -Main bt.,
EM. KXOOIt, Dealer in Hoots and Shoes,
. latest nud bebt styles, coruer.Maliiand-Maiket
btrcvLs, In tlio old post ofhee.
CLOCKS, WATClllIS, 4C.
p K. SAVA(iK, Dealer in Clocks, Walelies
J . and Jewelry, .Main bt Just below the Central
OU1S ItKIJXAUD, Wntcli and Clock
maker, near southeast corner .Main andiron.
MILUNL'UY & FANCY HOODS.
1SS M. DKUUICKSOX, Millinery and
v.iuuy ituuu1!, -11 um hi,, uciuw lurKui,
''PUB -MISSKS HAIi.MAX, Millinery and
1. Fancy Moods, .Main btrect, below Centraf Hotel.
M UKCH ANTS A N I) (1 ltOCKHS.
0. llOWKli, Hats nnd Caps HH and
. Shoes, Main btrect, above Com t House.
SI I. .MII.I.Klt t SOX, dealers in Dry
, (loods, groceries, queensware, llour, salt,
fcboes, notions, etc., -Main Mreet.
1 O.IlAHKLKY.Attomey.at.Law. Uooms
t t uuu o, iiiuh ui a uunuuiy, -m uuur.
DM. WM. M. rtKI!K!t,Siiri!con and 1'liysi
clan. Olilco S, comer Jtock and Market
T 1. EVANS, M. I)., .Surgeon
t) . clan, north tldo of Malu blrcct,
" Ji. McKKIYVY, M. D., Surgeon nnd l'liy-
. blclau.norlhbliioMalu btrect, below Market,
" . IS. ItOlllSOX, Attorney.at-I.aiv. Ollire
. In Ilartman's building, Main street.
AMUKL JAC011Y, Marble and llrown
Diuny urKS, i-ast iHoonisuurg, ueni it'K roau.
ltOSNKSTOl'K, IMiotograplier, over
Clark 4: Wolfsstore, Main blieet.
It. II. 0. IIOWKK, Surgeon Dentist, Main
bt., above til ) Com I House.
T II. MA1K, Manunotli (JroctTV, lino (im-
Provisions, le., Mnluuiid
" H. KUIIX, dealer in .Meet, Tallow, etc.,
. Centre street, between Second and Third,
1 M. CIIRISTMAX, Saddle, Trunk and
J , Harness maker, Shlvo's llloek, Main btrect.
'piIO.MAS WKIin, Confectionery nnd Ilakcry,
JL wholesale and retail, Kxchango llloek.
IJ. W. C'OltlCU, Kurnlture IIooiih, tliree-
bury uricn, -iiiuu htreel, west or -muikci bi.
DW. ROI1IIIXS, Liquor dealer, becond door
from tlio nor tun est corner Malu undliou
1? J. THORNTON, Wnll Paper, Window
Ut Shades and llxtures, Ilupeit block, Main bt.
OR A N 0K VI L I JO 1 ) I R KCTOIt Y
All. IIKURINO, Cariicnter nnd builder,
. Main btrect below l'lno.
PR. O. A. MICGARCiKI,, Plivblciau UnTl
burgeon, Main btrect, next door to Hood's Ho-
AVIDIIKRRINCl, 1'lour and Crist Mill,
uu uuutut-111 uraui, .-win blieci.
AM IIS 11. HARM AN, Cabinet Maker nnd
I Undertaker, Main btrect, below Pine.
V. OMAN A Cn. Whenl
LX Uoorabovu School Houso,
... 111 omves aim 1111 ware 111
. alius branches.
K l.'V'l' .1....1..- 1.. ci. , . I..
pCTJIR HNT, Miller, and denier In nil kind
i&rcli!u,(M ' l'lour' l'ucJ' 4o- A" lilud!i 01 (lrul"
rMV. liUCJAH, Suwjuehiiiinii Planhitf Mill
llll. I. IIKAUS.
NE.ITLY ANIIOIIRAPLY VHlmwf lw rais&.
Hector -ltev. John llowltt.
sund ly Sen lces-3 o'clock p. m. every Sunday.
Sunday school -l:.to p. in.
1 loly Coinmunlon tho second Sund ty In tlio month.
k. w. nuri'uit,
oniee, on Main street,
MaM7,':i-y cat.iwlssa, Pa.
yy7U. I,. KYHItlA",
Collections promptly m'J'' nnd remitted, onioo
oppo-ilto Catanlssa DcposliTilaiik. Cin-as
M. II. AllllOTr, Attomey-at-L-iw, Main
O V. DAI.I.MAX, Mereliant Tailor, Second
IJ street, imbblns' building.
0. Si V. II. SIIOUMAKHU. Dealers in
Dry (loods, (Irocorlcs and (leneral .Mcrchan-
jQlt. A. L. TUJ8NKR,
HXCIIANOi: IIOTHL, HLOO-MHIIUIRI, Pa.
onice over Klelm'a Ding store, omen hours from
1 lo 4 p. 111. for treatment of diseases of tho Hye, Ear
nnd 'l b' oat.
All calls night or d ty promptly attended to.
JQR. J. 0. UUTTKH,
onice, Nortli Market street,
-Mar.27,'71-y llloomsburg, Pa.
JR. I!. F. (1ARDN1IR,
PHYrilCIAN AND SURQHON,
onico above J. Schuyler & Son's Hardwaro Store.
ATTO 1 1 N" n Y-.VT-L A W,
onioo In Ilrower's building, second lloor, room No,
llloomsburg, Pa. Julyl,73-y
onicoon Main street, llrst door below Court Houso
V. .0 J. M. CLARK,
Olilco In lints llulldlng. April lo,'71 y
A. CHCVKLIMI SMITH. 11KIIVKV EWIKO SMITH.
CRKVIILIXO SMITH it SON,
All IJUM.l S-AT-I.AW,
I?"AU business enlrusted to nnr ram u 111 rninvn
prompt attention. Julyl.'H y
C. II. IlKOCKWAV. (1EOKUE E. ELWEI.L.
JROCKVAY ic IILWIILL,
'7J"A11 business entrusted ti
prompt attention. Sept.11,74 y
E. II. LITTLE. KOU'T. It. LITILE.
g II.AR.R. L1TTLII,
SWIliKlness before thnir.s. iMti-m 1 mi,-., n 1 ,..r,.i,..i
to. Olilco luthoCulumblau llulldlng. ly-a,
J II. ORV1S,
All UK, liV-AT-LAW,
Will nractlco lnall thii enort.s i.i ('nii.mi.fi cm.
yan anil 1.) coming counties, In thu Supieme court of
1 VnilSVllailla. Illlfl 111 tllll IMreillt. mul IllLfrt, pn,.tu
of the Hulled stales held lit Wllllanisport, Pa.
.. ... ... , uiu 1.1111(1111)1.111 UUlKIlIlg,
loo 11 No-1. illooijisliin'L. mi "Mwl ,ii! i-(i,x.k,i
aiid'Hiupdajsof each week; aiidlnllenloiion.Muii.
daj h, Frldaj s and Saturdays, unless absent on pro
fessional business. sept. 13,lsT5.
17RIIAS RROWN'S INSURANCII AG1IX
X' CY, Kxchaugu Hotel, lilooinsburg, Pa.
Htna. HIS Co.. Of Hartford. Cnnneellenl .'"''ii'riVi ilwi
Liverpool, London and (Hobo '.'oar 11 imi
Uojalof Liverpool 13 6rtounu
Laneanshlro hmuki mi
1-lre Assuclatlnii. I'lill.iileiniii.'i 9 ,iui ,u,
Aincik-.ui of lTUladelphla 1,'hio'uiiii
-Hl.lS IH IlillllUl il 5 (,
Wyoming, uf Wilkes llano 23l!oiw
Parineis Mutual of Dauvlllo i.ihhi oiw
lianvlllo Mutual 7s owl
Home, New York Paxxuwo
March Cfi.'Ti y
cutlliig. cleaning nnd repairing pi nmptly attended
10. i iisiiioorovcrd. r. vviaemuirs ll.iulwn
Jan. 0, '74 tf
II. C llOWKli, DENTIST,
Kcspcctfully offers his professional scnlccsto tlio
.lun-s iuiii Keiuieiiieii (i iiiouinsouig una vicinity,
lolsiirenared tonltetid toiill the various nn,iMtim,
In tho lino of his profession, and Is provided with tho
latest Improved PoHcki..viN tkkth, which win bo In
berted on gold plating, bllver and lubber base to
luol; ns well as the natural teeth. Teeth extracted
by all tho now and most approved methods, and nil
operations on IhoteelU caivfully andpropcily at
ttndedlo. oiileo a fewdooru abovotho Court House, samo
V 1 'I'lllVI! V'lYlV
I1. would announeo fo tlio cltl7cnsof Illooms.
biug and v lelnlty that ho has Just received a full and
qoinplclo assortment of
WALL PAPL'it, WINDOW SHADES,
nxTi'ULs, conns, tassels,
and nil other goods In bis lino of business. All tho
liowestniid most iimiroved n.itteinsof thnd.iv an,
alwaj s I o be foundlu his ostablUlimtut, Main tirett,
iieiow -viaiKei. juiyi, ,3
YUL0AiT HUMS' r0HKS,
DANVILLE, SIONTOUlt COUNTY, I'A.
XV1'-!'' I'AW, ManufaiUircr ol
t Wrought 1 run llildges, Iiolleis, (lasholder,
Fireproof llulldlngs, Wrought Iron Kooilug, Kooning
Frames, Flooilng and Doois, Farm dates and Fenc
ing, also Wrought Iron Piping, Stacks nnd nil kinds
of Smith Work, Ac. Kcpalrs piomptly attended to.
N. 1). Drawings and Estimates supplied.
ti. A. IIURKI.VG
IISPKCTKl'LLY niinotmces lo the public
feiiiVsflv" fllJ stand) llloomsburg, Pn at tho
i3r$U Forksof Iho llspy and Light stieet
' tJLfiL9ta 1 oads, vvhero ull ileseilptlons of
fi- leather will bo made In tho most
substantial and workmanlike manner, and sold at
prices to suit tho times. Tho highest pi leu lucash
will at all limes bo juld tor ,
of every description In Iho country. Tho public pat
ronage Is resieclfiilly solicited,
llloomsburg, -March U, lb75-y
CARPETS ! CARPETS ! !
S. H. MILLER & SON
HA VII JUST RKCIII VIID nnd nro offering
tor salo nt wry low prices 0110 of Iho best us
h'liiineiitsnf CAIIPEl'M ever offered for sale pf
tlio town of llloomsburg. They nro all now nnd In
tho vi ry latest styles. Prices vary from us cents to
f I.M per 1 nrd. Cull und seo Ihciu,
Oct. J, '71-If.
xixon FEivcxsa. Tin: N1IW IRON
NAll.KDTo 1UON, Tho llcstlron Fencoln Uo
World, for It 1, ( emcteiles, Ac. send lor circular
to Wicker .ham t llro, 1.J llldge Atchuvi, Plilla,
WATonua & rawBiiUicsr.
At llioold cslabllslied stand of MU01UJ lilMO..
M Miu Let wmrfi W.iliulcHiula, IWrt
NEXT 1)0 11 TO
HSNDERSHOTT'S DEUG STORE,
Has Just opened vvllh n New, Fresh Stock of
TEAS, C01-' FEIN, St;OAltS, SPICES',
l'ICKI.IW. HAl'CHV.l'ISH, HAM,
SIIOtll.DKIt, CANNI21) FI1U1TS
FOKKICIS AND i)03IKSTI()
Fruits, Nuts and Confeetionarie..
our goods have been botuht nt no I'TOM Pll!cr.
mid will bu sold nt tho YKHY LOWEST POlIILli
or exchanged for pi lino articles of
IT WILL PAY YOU TO
CALL AND KXAMINII (100DS AND
Wo keep no book nil purchases CASH at tlio tlmo
of sale. Dy this bti let cash system a
Saving of 10 to 20 per cent, is assured to
A sharo of public palronago Is respectfully solic
ited. N. J. IIENDERSIIOTT.
ISloomsburg, March 15, lS7S-y
NEW MUSIC STOJIE.
OPERA HOUSK, 3d ROOM,
J3. II. ST11IOKLAND
Itespectfuliy informs the public that bo has opened
a New Musli! Store. In tlio ltlooinsburir Onera llouse.
on Centre street, below Main, where ho keeps a full
MfSIC llOOUS. Ac.
always on band and for salo nt tlio lowest prices.
iiu mines tuo patrons oi music 10 can nnuexamino
REPAIRING AND TUNING,
nlso at tended to on demand. Thcpubllc patronage
H respectfully solicited. nprll o '7.'.-ly
State Normal School.
nPIII.S Institution allorils lo MiiilenU iirrnnrinc
1 for tho profession of TEACHI.Nli, e.cellent fa
elifllesrorlinproveinent In tho most appi ovedmeth
odsof lust rucl Ion,
For the accommodation of students deslrlnL'nren-
nratlonfor College, or for tho business relations of
life, an Academic Depaitment Is organleil, which
affords tho most nmplu facilities for so doing.
Each course of study Is complete In Itself,
Suncrlor advantages nro offered for Instruction In
Fall Session commences Wednesday, August 20th
Fall Session closes Tuesday, liccember wil.
Spring Session commences Wednesday, Dec. 30th.
Spi lug Session closes Tuesday, .luno 2-Jth.
spring Tkum commences Wednesday, March Slst
Homo. Including Fuel and Wnshlnir. roL-nl)oL-
Tuition onk noiXAii rer week. In Model Sehoo
oi ty to sixty cents per week.
Students nro admitted nt anv time, nnd to nnd
course of sludy for which teey may bo prepared. It
Is betier. If posslblo, to bo present ut tho coiumence-
iiiem oi a icnn, or ti session.
oenu ror a uniaiogue.
Applications for admission may bo nddrcssed to
Hit. T. L. (1111SWOI.I).
COL. J, O. FIlEKZU,
KEYSTONE CA1MAGE WORKS!
A S. CROSSLKY lias on I
cheapc rllian tho cheapest
cAchaugo for old Wagons on te.iso
hand nnd for sale
I. tor cash, or will
of every description both plain and fancy.
Portable Top Haggles, open llugglcs, Plain and
Fancy Platform Spring Wagons all or the latest i.tv lo
mid made of good mateilul and fully wan anli-if.
(live mo n call licfoio purchasing elsewhere, as I eau
not be undersold. I claim that I mako tho best wag
ons for t ho least money.
I also do painting, trimming nnd repair old work
nt the shorlest notleo, old springs weliled and war
ranted to stand or no pay, I vv ill exchange a porta
bio top buggy for any kind of lumbir, such ns heir
lock, pine, ash, Hint hickory nnd poplar to bedellvei
ed at iny shop by tho tlrslot Fcbiuary, 1S73. Iron,
dale orders taken and Mclielvy, Ncul co's for ie
palrl ns cash. A. S. citossLEY,
BUGGY & 0A11UIAGE
l- OMAN licrcliy informs tlio publb
that ho has entered Into co-nartncrHhln with
hTsbiulher.il.L. (iinan, nnd (hat tho business Will
hercultcr bo conducted under 'ho firm iiaino of
II. I O.MAX U UUOTSII.il.
They will Uavo on band or manufacture to order
and every thing In llielrllnoof business, of tho best
luali Hal mid most complete workmanship, and ut
pi'.M low as can bo nllorded,
iiaieo iWie jmfnmnjs w mpcctully
II, F. OMAN .6 11U0T1IK1!.
PUBLIC SALE HAND BILLS
Printed at this Oflico
ON SHORTEST NOTICE AND AT THE
UOSy REASONABLE TERMS,
J iililiib !iiffr , i i uSy p.i i i L! n i iij-A.
ELI AS 1M END EN HALL
A VINU riviimeil the 1iiiIiicsi of Merclian
discing nt his Old Stoic, on
MAIN STREET, 11LOOMSI1URG,
NKIK TlIR f'OllkS HOTEL,
Heslrosto call tho attention of his 1'rlcnds and tho
i-uoiio gineriuiy.o nn
NEW, FULL AND VAHIED
STOCK OF GOODS,
And solicits nbharo of public patronago
1113 STOCK CONSISTS OF
HOOTS & SHOES,
FLOUH AND FEED.
In connection with his stock of .Mercnaudlso ho
constantly keeps on hand In his yard.
A FULL STOCK OF
Dressed and Uattaetl Lmiilisr,
AND SHINGLES OF HIS MANUFACTURE.
Bill Lunibcr mtulc a speciality.
CALL AND SEE.
Oct. 3, lS73-tf.
Iron Street, between Main and Third Streets
LL liiiid-i oi Furniture made to order nnd
broken furniture neatly repaired. Tho duality
una pnees oi ms vvui k vv in compare vviiu any ma
can bo produced and ho respectfully solicits a share
of public patronage.
Will bo carefully nnd promptly nttended to. When
called upon during any hour of Iho day or night hu
wlllnt onco lespund nnd lay out the dead. When
feinalo help In such cases Is desired ho will furnish
Ready Made Coffins
lwtli of WOOD and METALLIC WAKE alwajs on
hand. Ho Is also the the sole proprietor Hi lllooms
burg and surrounding districts for
Taylor's Patent Corpse Preserver
lly which a corpso may be surely and carefully pro
berved In Ice for any desirable length of time. The
usoof tho Preserver may bo obtained from him at
nuy time. Sc.ufs, shrouds, (llovis and .Mourning
for Doors furnMicd when icqii-stcd. Also, HEAKSE
and CONVEYANCES furnished
tSf'Hemember he is a Regular Undertaker
and thoroughly understands his Intsinss. lie
will not be undersold by any in lltoomsbuni or
in the county. RUPERT ItOAN.
Dec. 11, '71 ly
A CHEAT STRIDE I
Up mid Over Old DIcflinilM round
to lie faulty, or objection
A NEW AND VASTLY ADVANTAGEOUS
PLAN IIERK11Y ADOPTED IJY
At their Works in Bloomsburg,
Formerly llloomsburg Iron and Manufacturing
companj), where will bo kept constantly on hand a
largo assortment of
Will to nnd Itrd Ah!i Antlnncltc
roil domestic ruiu'osEs, and
CUPULO, BLACKSMITH AND IHTUMIN
nt prices lo suit tho trade. All Coal specially pro
pared befoio leaving tho Yard. Also
Plows and Threshing Machines,
and all kinds of
Casting and Machine Work.
ItUI'AllllNIi promptly nltend.-d to. Thev would
rosjiectfully solicit the Patronage of the Public.
ll.-M.iJ. K. I.OCKAItll,
Jan. s, '75 ly llloomsburg, l'a.
GLAZING AND PAPERING,
"Ypi. V. 110D1NE, Iron Street-below pcc-
ond, liloomsbuig, Pa., Isprepaicd toilo al
In tho best stjlcs, nt lowest prices, and at short
Parties having such wor todowll savo money by
work warranted to glvo Batlsfactlon, Order
"N'M. F. I10DINE,
Mar, 0, '74-ly.
J1.LLER & HARTLEY,
Notions, Hosiery, Fancy Goods, &C,
CorrcU'd llulldlng, -Main btrect, below Market,
March so, jsTo-sui
WM. Y. JCESTEU,
Huh removed to Iron H rcet, second door nboro tho
Hi loruied Chin I'h.whei e be w 111 bo plcusi d to seo
tl his clillrleiius nud nevr cu tomeis, und servo
IkuiuwltUbaltsfiicllou, All vvoik ViuiriUiUd. ity
. . C-l-7
When l'rlcndslilp or lovo our sympathies move,
When Truth In a gliinco should appear,
Tho Hps may begullo vrilh a dbnplo or smile,
Hut tho lest of nrfectlon's a Tear.
Too of t Is n smllo but tho bypoe, Uo's w He,
To mnk detestation or fear i
(llvo mo tho soft sigh, vvlillst tho soul telllnj cyo
Is dlmm'd for n tlmo vv Itli n Tear.
Mild I'haritv's glow, to us mortal's below,
Shows the soul from barbarity clear s
Compassion vv 111 melt w heru this vlt tuo 13 felt,
And Its dew is diffused In a Tear.
Tho Ulan doom'il to sail vv Ith tho blast of tho gale,
Through billows Atlantic to steer,
As bends o'er tlio wnvo which may soon belilsgrave,
Tho gice npaiklcs bright vvltli a Tear.
Tho soldier braves death for a fanciful wreath
In (iloi.v's loiii.iuilc career ;
Hut ho n, I the foe when In battle laid low,
And bail.es every wound with a Tear.
If with high-bounding prldo ho returns to his bride,
l!enounelng the gore crlmson'd spear,
A'l his tolls nro repaid, when, embracing tho maid,
I'rom bcr eyelids ho kisses tho Tear.
iivveet scene ol my youth! seat of I'rlcniLhlp and
Whero lovo chased each f.ist-ileetlng year, '
1.0th to leave thee, I mourned, for n last look I turn
ed, Dut toy Hplio was scarco seen through a Tear.
Though my vows 1 can pour to my Mary no more,
My -Mary to lovo onco so dear ;
In Iho shade of her bower I lcmcmbcr tho hour
tho rewarded tlioso vovi s with a Tear.
Dy another pauest, may sho live ever blest I
Iter namo still my heart must revero i
Vvjtli a sigh I resign what I onco thought was mine,
And forglvo her deceit with a Tear.
Yo f i lends of my hear', ero from j ou I depart,
This hoi3 to my breast Is most near i
If again wo shall meet In this rural retreat,
May wo meet, as we part vv 1th a Tear.
When my soul wings her lllght to tho regions of
And my course shall recline on Its bier,
As j o pass my tomb where my ashes consume,
Oh ! moisten thdr dust with a Tear.
Mai- no marble bestow tho splendor of woe,
Which tho children of vanity rear j
No fiction of fame shall blazon iny namo ;
All I ask all I vvbu-ls a Tear.
An Unwelcome Ouest.
To get money and keep it, .iccoriling to
Richard Whiiistonc's c;ttecliim, were the
two chief ends of man. He was .1 singlo
man on principle It was tho right thing
economically, and therefore right indubita
bly. To ono person in tho world Richard
Whinstono was generous, and that was his
dear friend Richard Whinstonc.
Richard Whinstono had done a good day's
work. He had made one or two profitable
bargains; he had sold out tlio widow Morton
and turned her and her children outof doors
for non-payment of rent ; and, finally, he
had read a little boy with a pinched and pit-
ful face, who had besought the prico of a
loaf of bread, and who had a sick mother at
home, a lecture on the sinfulness of begging
that evidently touched tho littlo wretch's
con-cicnce, for ho turned n-ido and wept
"You're a good cili.en, Dick," he said, as
he sat down at dinner, "and deserve to bo
The dinuer was ono of his own heart. It
was a treat that ho promised himself if things
went right, and they had gone right. He
ale, drank and was murry. If his appetite
ost Us edge, tho bottle of Uurgundy was
thero to whet it, and ho fell to again, till tho
last morsel, like Macbeth's amen, stuck in
Satiety nominally begets placidity. The
lion, the leopard and tho lamb might lie
down together any day, with perfect safety
to the latter provided tlio former had their
bellies full, The boa constrictor, gorged
with an ox, betakes himself for a season to a
life of ipiiet. Hut the elfect on Pilchard
Whinstono was dilfereut. Tho expenses of
a wliolo sucking pig, wallowing in wine,
rested heavily on his conscience, and his
brain began to busy itself with schemes of
Tho current of his thoughts was interrupt
ed by a loud knock. Who could bo coming
ou business at that hour? Somo one, per
haps, with a bill to discount in an emergen
cy that would bear no waiting. So much
the better and ho opened the door.
"How nro you, Dick?" said tho stranger,
greeting him with a familiarity altogether
too careless for a needy customer.
"I havo not tho pleasure, of your acquaint
ance, sir," said Richard, in a tono more
freezing than polite.
"Hut I know you very well," returned tho
stranger ; "and pray don't let us stand hero
bandying ceremonies, for it is confounded
chilly," saying which ho led tho way to the
next apartment which Richard had just
quitted. " ell, this is comfort," ho con
tinued, rubbing his hands before tho fire,
"I haven't felt so much at homo siuco I left
A ha-ty survey of his visitor added alarm
lo Richard's astonishment. Howasa wirv,
ill-looking little man, in a rusty suit of
black with a wicked lecrou his face, and one
"I say, Dick," tho littlo man resinned,
holding Ids hands in tho blaze, as if they
wero fire-proof, "what an inhospitable dog
"Whether hospitable, or inhospitable,"
growled Richard, losing his temper as ho
gained his courage, "is not your business;
but I would liko to know what it is."
"It's bad talking business on an empty
"1 don't see how it's to bo helped," an
swered Dick, doggedly.
"Don't seo how it's lo bo helped, you cur
mudgeon," thundered the littlo man, fierce
ly, "With tlio remains of such a feast on
tlio table, thero must bo nioro whero it eamo
"Upon my word," replied Richard, meek
ly, for ho was getting frightened again,
"thero is not a bit in tho house.,'
"Don't llo!" roared tho other; "thero Is
a cold ham in tho pantry and a demijohn of
brandy in tho closet,"
"How- do you know that?" it was on tho
tip of Richard's tonguo to ask, but ho was
too much amazed to xpeak,
"How do I know it?" broke in tlio stran
ger, as if reading hi-i thoughts, "why I mnell
them; so bring them out."
Richard would have demurred, but his
guest mado it movement which convinced
him delay might bo dangerous, nud tho re
quired nrticles wero produced. Without
changing his neat, tho littlo man drow up to
tho table and began to eat. And how did ho
eatl A chunk of ham big enough for n
shark bite, wits stuck ou tho point of a car
ving knife, nnd thrust down his throat with
the mukclty of a sword swallowcr. Auotli-!
or and nuothcr followed, till nothing re
malncd hut bone, which ho crushed with his
teeth nnd then sucked tho marrow,
"Now fur punch 1" ho cried.
"There Is no hot water," Richard ventured
"Water I who asked for water? P.rlng mo
a lemon, somo stig.tr and a kettle."
Tho kcttlo was placed ou tho llro. Tho
stranger filled itwitli brandy, adding a lemon
to suit his taste. As tho liquor boiled over
It caught lire, setting tho wholo tiling in n
blazo. Richard jumped up to tako It o(f ;
the stranger caught his arm, and Hung him
back as if ho had been a child, instead of a
suhstanstlal citizen of fourteen stone.
"What are you about!" ho exclaimed.
"Tho punch is doing well enough."
"I was only afraid tlio homo might bo
"Pother tho house," replied the little
man; "thero. s no danger."
"Your health, Dick I" at lcii"th lie said,
and raising tlio kettle, all blazing, lo his
mouth ho drank like a dromedary.
"And now, Dick; it's your turn," ho said,
after a long breath, "You mint drink my
Richard drew back.
"Drink I" shouted tho stranger, holding
out tho vessel.
Poor Dick took a single gulp. Ho loft
tho skin of his mouth on tho brim of tlio
kettle, his throat was scorched ns with liquid
lire, and his hair was singed by tho blaze.
"And now lo business," said tho stranger,
resuming his seat, nnd leaving Dick to sit or
stand, as ho choiC. You know John Walter,
"Yes yes," stammered Richard, "I onco
knew a person of that name."
"Yes, you and ho went to California to
gether." liichard acknowledged tho fact.
"You made money and ho didn't."
"I believe I was tlio more fortunate of tho
"You and ho started to return together,
nnd ho died in Sail Francisco."
"His wifoand childaro now dc3tiutc," the
"I can't help that."
"Of course not. It was his boy you gave
tho good advice to, to-day ; I hope tho young
scamp will profit by it."
Tlio scene with tho littlo beggar, Richard
was sine, had been witnessed by no one.
How the stranger had found it out wits past
"Yoti'io quite sure John Walter died
poor ?" tho stranger went on.
"Oh, quite," said Richard ; "I paid his
funeral expenses myself."
"That's a lie," retorted the littlo man ;
"they weio paid by the public. It's another
lio that ho died poor. Ho had twenty thou
sand dollars with him which you stole."
"1 deny it!" Richard fairly screamed ;
'and defy you to prove it."
"Prove it! What effrontery 1 Why I saw
you do it." .
"It is false. Thciewas nobody present."
"'I!e careful Dick, or you will commit
yourself. I saw you do another tiling"
Richard shrank shivering into a chair, but
'John Walter would have survived hisill-
nes', but you put poison in his medicine."
sudden fury took possession of Richard
Whinstonc, when he saw tho secret ofhis life
in another's keeping. Tho carving knife
lay within his reach. Ho seized it and
springing on tho stranger, sought to bury
tho blade in hu heart, but it glanced as from
plalo armor, nnd in an instant the littlo man
was on his feet.
"Oil oh 1 that's your littlo game, is it?"
And with a trip that sent his heels spin
ning in the air, Richard was thrown head
long with a force that shook tho house to
its foundation. Tho club foot was planted
on his stomach, and what a horrible ugly
foot it was 1 It was cleft liko tho foot of au
ox, and seemed to weigli a ton.
"Then you aro the "
"Pray keep a civil tonguo in your head,
and come along," said tlio littlo man. Rich
ard had fainted.
When ho c.nno to himself day was break
ing. Tho old housekeeper, who had found
him groaning nnd sprawling on tlio door,
had, with much difficulty, shaken him into
consciousness. Sho assisted him to bed ;
but Richard never was himself again. Tho
surfeit of pig had brought on a fever, of
which he died in eight days. His last ra
tional act was tho execution of a will by
which the left the bulk of his will to John
Walter's vv idow and child; which, after all,
was n simple act of justice, for the Demon
of nightmare had told tho truth.
The following suits our theory (and prac
tice) to a fraction :
All this talk about early rising is moon
shine. Tho habit of turning out of bed in
tho middle of tho night suits some people;
let them enjoy it. Put it is only folly to lay
down a general rule upon the subject. Somo
men aro lit for nothing all day after they
havo risen early every morning. Their en
ergies aro (leadened, their imaginations aro
heavy, their spirits are depressed. It Is said
you can work so well in tho morning. Some
people can, but others can work best at
night; other again in tho afternoon. Long
trial and experiment form tho only conclu
sivo tests upon lltcso points.
As for getting up early hecauso Professor
Gammon has written letters to tho papers
proving tlio necessity of it, let no ono bo
goo-o enough to do it. Wo nil know tho
model man, aged eighty: "I invariably arise
at livo; I work threo hours, tako a light
breakfast namely, a cracker and a pinch of
salt ; work llvo hours mora ; never smoke,
never drink anything but barley-water, eat
no dinner and go to bed nt six in tho eve
ning." If anybody finds that that doukeyficd sort
of life suits him, by all means let him con-
tinuo it. Put few peoplo would caro to livo
to eighty on tlieso terms. If a man cannot
get all withered and crumpled up ou easier
conditions than those, it is almost as well
that ho should depart beforo ho is a nui
sance to himself and a boro to everybody
else. School boys and young people gener
ally, ought to get up early, for it is found
that nine-tenths of them can stand it, and it
docs them good. Put let no ono torlttro
himself with tho thought that ho could havo
been twico as good a man as ho l If ho had
risen every morning at daylight, Tho habit
would kill half of us in less than five years.
Tho great secrets of being courted are, to
show others and ecem delighted with your-
Scrlbiior for Juno gives tho following,
which Illustrates how trembling cowards got
up assassination stories at tho tlmo referred
Simultaneously with tho murder of tho
President, two rough, Btalwart men had
gone twico to Mr. Sumner's room, and their
suspicious demeanor had so frightened the
women-servants who saw them, that no con
current story had been obtained from them
as to tlio appearance; of tho intruders. Tho
seavants had been carefully examined and
their overy word had been phonographed ;
drawings of tho suspicious visltow had been
mado by artists from tlio description, nnd
altered again and again until they could no
longer suggest any change in form or feature.
Photographs of theso had then been placed
in tho hands of tho detectives, but up lo this
tlmo no tidings had been gained as to tho
persons sought. They night havo come up
from hell and then gone back, for all he could
learn, tho Secretary said. Rut so long as
they were undiscovered, or at least so long
as their Identity was not known, Mr. Stan
ton thought it absolutely ncscessary that
some caro should bo taken of Mr. Sumner, so
notoriously careless was ho ofhis own safety.
On hearing theso details, Mr. Sumner ceased
to demand tho removal of the guard, though
ho professed to bo more afraid of them than
of those they wore to defend him against.
Perhaps ho had reason, for tho soldiers had
refreshments each night at his expense, the
kind of refreshment being left to tho selec
tion of tlio Sergeant. Hut when tho lady of
tho houso permitted her cook to give tho sol
diers coffee nnd.sandvvichcs lif the kitchen
at midnight, lnstead-of having tho refresh
ments served ."from-ilho neighboring restau
rant, tho guards were less dangerous to their
AVho tlielwo men were that so frightened
tho servants at Mr. Sumner's lodgings and
by their singular actions gave 'point to'the
suspicions of tlio Secretary of War, was often
a subject of conversation among the very
few of tho Senator'sricnds to'whom the!in-
cident was known. They naturally watched
tho developments mado during ; tho trial of
of the conspirators, but no conclusion was
reached. It remained as ono of tho unrav
eled tangles of affairs until after tho Sena
tor's death, when I accidentally came upon
tho trail which led to tho discovery of tlio
identity of the suspicious characters, and I
received from their own lips, they having
littlo idea of tho commotion their courso had
caused, an account of their visit to Mr. Sum
ner's room ou that eventful night. They
wero Members of the Massachusetts Delega
tion to Congress one the Into Chairman of
the Committee of Ways and Means, now Mr.
Sumner's successor in tho Senate, Henry L.
Dawes; and tho other his friend Mr Gooch.
Tho facts were thus detailed: Mr. Dawes
and Mr. Gooch had been to Richmond, had
mado a tour of tho battle-fields about Man
assas, reaching Washington on the night of
April, 1SG5, about sunset. After supper
they started out fora walkj'okingeach other
as to their appearance. Aud well they might.
Their clothing was rough, travel-worn, dus
ty, and oven mud-stained. Their hands.
faces, and necks wero much sun-burned, in
spite of tho wide-brimmed hats they wore.
Each earned a stick or, rather, a cudgel, cut
as a souvenir on somo battle-field, and tho
lair and beard of each wero longer than usual.
Thus accoutered, they determined to call on
Mr. Sumner. Ho then had chambers at tho
corner of F and Thirteenth btreets; they
knew tho house well; so, without ringing,
they mounted tho steps and rapped at his,
door, using their sticks. When it appeared
that tho Senator was out, they left his house
and, passing on, concluded to call on the.
President. Thero again they wero disap
pointed, for it appeared, when they rung nt
tho While, House, that Mr. Lincoln had
gone with somo friends to the theater. On
their way back to their hotel, they stopped
.gain at.Alr. bumiier s lodgings, and again
went up to his rooms, nud rapped at his
door. Tho noise they made brought a ser
vant to tho foot of tho stairs. They leaned
over the bahistrado and questioned her.
When did the Senator go out ? Did ho say
when ho should return? Would it, they
queried bctwccn'themselvesbo worth whilo
to wait?And then they laughed at thecvl
detit fear the servant had of two such rough.
looking customers. As thoyfcwcro quite fa
tigued, they went back to their hotel, and in
tlio morning woke to learn that while they
wcre'.htst at Mr. Sumner's lodgings, the shot
had been fired that took tho lifo.of Mr. Lin
colti. Making a l'inno.
It tnkc.s nearly four vears tn innk-i- nun in
strument ; threo year and some months to
season tho wood, aud three months to form
the parts, No less than sixteen dilfereut
kinds of wood enter into tho formation, em
bracing tho i-oftcst, toughest, hardest, heavi
est, lightest, and most compact grain. In
tho 'action' alone thero aro eleven different
kinds of wood. The piano, moreover, iscos-
mnpolitan, from the fact that tlio vegetable,
animal, and mineral kingdoms of the world
contributo to the composition. While spruce
pino from northern New York, maple from
Massachusetts, pine and ash from Michigan,
cherry from Pennsylvania, walnut from In
diana, and poplar from West Virginia, after
passing through choppers, sawyers, raftmen,
and inspectors, as well as buckskin of four
kinds, first from tho wild deer, and then from
tho manufacturers, nro necessary, this coun
try does not furnish all tho material required.
Six kinds of felt, four kinds of cloth, besides
silver for tlio plates, silver gilded strings,
cast-iron, many kinds of paper, as also ivory,
ebony, nild varnish nro all imported from
other countries. In an ordinary piano there
aro fivo hundred screws, ono hundred and
seventy strings, eightyiivo keys, and five
hundred nnd twenty key and tuning pins.
In a seven octavo square about ninety squaro
feetof veneering is used, and in tho 'action'
alone, there aro no less than 0,072 pieces.
From tho foregoing somo conception of tho
requisites of a square, upright, or grain! pl.t'
no may bo formed,
There is no prouder moment in a woman's
life than when sho has 'got a new bonnet a
week ahead of her neighbors.
Lovo is scd tu bo blind, but I know lots of
phellovva in lovo who can seo twico as much
in their gals as I lean, Josh JiiUinyi
Precocious boy munching tho fruit of n
dalctrco: "Maiuma, if I lat dates enough,
will I becomo nn almanac?"
What word is always pronounced wrong,
oven by tlio best scholars? Wrong
A noblo nature may catch a wench.
Tho vices of somo men nro magnificent.
Vice that digs her own vohiptuoitstomb.
Ho great In net, as you havo been in
Our souls much further than our eyes can
Wo arc not to lead events but to follow
Groan under gold, yet weep for want of
Measures', not men, havo alway.i been my
God hangs tho greatest weight upon the
Rats and conquerors must expect no mercy
It ii tlio wit, tho policy of sin, to hato
tlioso men wo havo abused,
All powcrappeara only in transition. Per-
...i.uui.v uni is n.t.ii.
.n.n..i .....-a.. u,tiir
Tho great misfortune, of all is not to bo
able to bear misfortune.
Crimei sometimes shock us too much ;
vices almost always too little.
A proud man never shows his pride so
much as when ho is civil.
The inly true method of action in this
world ii to be in it, but not of it.
There's a divinity that shapes our end?,
rough hev them a? wo will.
Ho that will watch Providence shall nev
er want a Providence to watch.
Tho genius, wit and spirit of a nation arc
discovered by their proverbs.
Tho force of his own merit makes his
way, a gift that Heaven gives for him.
A man may bo great by chance, but never
wiso or good without taking pain.
It is the bright day that brings forth tho
adder, and that craves wary walking.
It is but ono step from companionship to
slavery, when ono associates with vice.
Active natures arc rarely melancholy.
Activity and melancholy aro incompatible.
They who lio soft and warm in n rich es
tate seldom come to heat themselves at the
The fire-fly only shines when on the wing;
so it is with tlio mind ; when onco wo rest
Every green herb from the lotus to tho
darnel, is rich with delicate aids to help in
Deliberate with caution, but act with de
cision ; and yield with graciottsness or op
poso witli firmness.
iVbscnce diminishes moderate passions and
augments great ones, as the wind extinguish
es tho candles and kindles the firo.
Toil, feel, think, hope. A man is sure to
dream enough neforo ho dies without making
arrangements for tho purpose.
The most aflluent may bo stripped of all
nnd find his worldly comforts, liko so many
withered leaves, dropping from him.
Politics resemble religion; attempting to
divest cither of ceremony is the most certain
mode of bringing either into contempt.
The multitude which is not bi ought to
act as unity is confusion. That unity which
has not its origin in tho multitude- is
Tho presence of thoso whom wo lovo is tiB
a double life; absence, in its anxious long
inir aud sense of vacancy, is as a fortasto oi"
Every event that aman would master mist
bo mounted on tho run, and no man ever
caught tho reigns of a thought except as it
galloped by him.
What a man knows should find expression
in what ho docs. Tho valuo of superior
knowledge is chiclly in that it leads to a per
Virtue seems to be nothing more than a
motion consonant to the system of things ,
wero a planet to ily fiotu its oibit it would
represent a vicious man.
Happy the man who can endure tho high
est and lowest fortune. He who has endured
such vicissitudes witli equanimity has de
prived a misfortune of Us power.
Sometimes hath tlio brightest day a cloud ;
and after summer evermore succeeds barren
winter, with its wrathful nipping cold; so
cares and joys abound as seasons licet.
No man's abilities are so remarkably
shining as not to stand in need of a proper
opportunity, a patron, and even the praises
of a friend, to recommend them to the notice
of the world,
We move too much in platoons; wo march
by sections; we do not livo in our vital in
dividuality enough ; wo areslavcsto fashion
n mind and in heart, if not to our passions
It is not to dillicult to plant new truths as
to root out old errors, for there is this para
dox in men they run after that which is
new, but aic prejudiced in favor of that
which is old.
A boy will lcain more true wisdom in a
public school in a year than by a piivatocd
pcation in five. It is not from masters, but
from their equal-', that youth learn a knowl
edge of the world.
Tho history of any private family, howev
er humble, could it bo fully related for fivo
or six generation, would illustrate the stato
and progress of society better than tho most
Thero nro hopes, the blooms of whose
beauty would bo spoiled by tho trammels of
description ; loo lovely, too delicate, too sa
cred for words, they should bo only known .
through tho sympathy of hearts.
Over all lifo broods Poesy, liko tho calm
bluo sky, with its motherly, rebuking face.
She is tho great reformer, and whero tho
lovo of her is strong and healthy, wickedness
and wrong cannot long prevail.
When ambitious men find an open pas-
saco they are rather busy than dangerous;
nnd if well watched in their proceedings, they
will catch themselves in their own snare,
ami prepare a way lor theirown destruction.
If you devoto your tlmo to study, vouwill
avoid all tho Irksoniencss of this life; nor
will you long for tho approach of night, bo
ing tired of tho day, nor will you bo a bur
den to yourself, nor your society insupporta
ble to others.
Tin: Piun-tiko Omen. Tlio printing
oflico has indeed proved a better college to
many a boy, has graduated more tisoful nnd
conspicuous members of society, has brought
mora intellect out and turned it into tirnctl.
cal, Useful channels, awakened moio minds,
generated mora active nndolovatwl thoughts,
than many of tho litonuy colleg-t of tho
country, A boy who commences in such
school as tho printing ollice will have his
talents and Ideas brought out ; nnd If ho Is
a careful observcr.expcrleiicein his proftsion
will contribute mora towa'd nn education
that can bo obtained in tvlmo.-t any other