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CJtmiKIA HKMOCHAT, UTAH OP TUB HOIttll ANDl'OLCM
tMiinrt woflkl i every Friday morning, nt
iii,oo.isiii-itif, coi.fmiiia t'oiNn. fa.
At two iioU.aks per year, pivnulu In advance, or
l irlni? Ill) .vcar. After Hi'' explritltiiuuf the jenr,
v.M wilt bn charged. To Hiiiis.'illicri nut ot the
, ninii t li"i iTin -i an' Jlp'T vc.tr ntrleity In mlvniKo
'l.'tun pall In ndviiiiPe iv n A f.l.li'J It payment
I) il-ltivfil in-yoml tlio ye.ir
i n uvritln'oii'lniMil, 'x 3f)t nt tlio nnltnn of tlio
i'.i iMsiit, until nil iirrcmvirps nrp paid, linllonif
cmttnu' l cr'dlts utter Hi" evtrnllnn ot tlio tint
i ,11'iviu not no nlvi'ii,
Allputii'i'i R'ti out ot HioM 'f, or lo distant pwt
oiilc of, must uo paid for In advance, unless a reston--i',i
person In t'olumbliooiinly assumes lu p i, tlio
uu n.'rliillondiioon demand.
IMS I'AU B Is no longer oxactod from subscribers In
The .ToUlilna Department ot the Coi.umrian Is very
i iiptn'o, and our .loll I'rliitlnif will cnmvtic Mvor.
...U nHi tlut of iIip lurifp pities. All work dono on
iiMi.uid. Iiculs iindnl tnodt'iuto pi lie.
Columbia County Official Directory.
Mont .tiiib'p William nivvcll,
.niiliC' s li'.im ni'rr, isitnc. rs .uiiiiruv,
l.uv, .vi'. It. l'mnk Znrr.
-l-lrr K '.'iil'ilT vv llilintlirsi 11. iihpouj .
n.nii'i At 1 urn y-.iotm Ji. uiarii.
ii or is ui" l"vHt.
1 ,ivirpr-.J'i!m mi der.
i i' 1 1 1 .1 1 s -. tot 1 v.' rs W llll.i m ijiwlon, John llerner,
',f '"lind'slnncrs' Clerk-William Krl"kbnum.
i l, o,s-t . .t.i'anipupb, . K. Kiiiltti, DAVld oxt.
t .11,11. r-tliuilpsti.MurphO'.
.1 try idimiilsalonerH .liicob II. 1 rltr, William II.
i .mnt HumMlntPiident VI llnm H.fnyiler.
1 1 1.1 .1 1'.ioi- lilst li'l-I)livcl(irs-o. P. lint, fteott,
.V in. tr.mipr, lll'ioiuslniiv and Tliomiut OruVclliiK,
co t. t. 1 . 1:111, fwcn-tarj .
Bloomsburg Official Directory.
ni'Dinsiitirif llnnklntf 1'orap.inj -'olin A. l'unston,
lVit.l. n ,11. II. ni-ti I'lishler.
I'lis Sii'lon.it lunk-Chatleslt. l'axlon, ' rosldcnt
t 1, Tiw in. 1 '.Klilpr.
c.iluintil.i oun'v Mu'ual Sn In? Fund and Loan
A , 11 l.lllOU K. II. 1.UI1V, ITCSUieil', V. H..MI1ILT,
111 KimmrK lliilldlni and Ha Inff rund Assocl.itlon
-Win. I'p.vciipK, l'restiictii..i. 11. iiimiwti, wcvumry.
lil.i.imslmrif Mu it.il M.ulmf Fund AssoPln.lonI
llnnvcr, l'l-csldem, U. II. ll.ukloy, Sccrotury.
l! v..I. t'.Ttii'ln, (Supply.)
s iml.iy s nli'iiH luM a. m. and 6 p. m.
U11111I1, Mih.iiil'l 11. III.
l'r.ii 1 r Mi'utlnif-IIvcry Wednesday cvenlns at c
s lroc. Tlio public arc lnl ed lo nllcnd.
Sr. J.HTT1IKWS I.UT1IKIHH CltCT.C'lI.
Mini i (T-I!l'V, .1. It. Williams.
N11111I spnipiM io4 a. m. and j p. m.
Uiit..l . .- H'.liiuil 'i t.i.
1'imm' i- Moo.lmt livery Wodnesilay ovcnlnsalC
'.its free. Nopoivs routed. All nro welcome.
MIiiH'er ltev. Stuart Mliiliell.
situiliy Kenlci's U"4 n. in. nnaojf p. in.
Minulm. Mnl1.11 il 0 n. In.
1'r.ucr Jleo lng-nu ry Wednesilay evening at e;t
K-asfree. N'o peiva rented. Strangers welcome.
MKTIIOIMSr trtfCOI'AI. Clll'HCll.
Pro'.lilliri Kldir liev. M. s. ihirklugliatn.
MlnMi r-ItPV. .1. 11. MclliiiTali.
'iunit.iy Ss-rMi'i-s l'ij nndtili p. m.
t.iiii.1 K..h(iiit i 11. in.
litiav cuss llrej-t Mond lyevejug at r.14 o'clock.
Vnung Men'H ITiner .Meinlug l.M'i'y TiKbd.iy
piilii" nt f,', iiYlnck.
uiu r.ill'rajer .Meeting i:ery Thursday ccnlns
7 0 CIOl'K.
Corner ot Thlnl and Iron streets.
I'AStnr ltov. T. HoUmelcr.
lieslilenei' Ilaststtvet, m-iir Forks Hotel.
Kiiiul.iy svn l.'.'s-iu,', a. m. and &a p. in.
Kuiulay Wi'lmot 3 it. m.
Prayer Mei'llng Sal unlay, p. m.
All mil Ilitlti'lL 'I IllTP Is tihvaH 100111.
Si ti lees every Sunday interiinou at i o'clock at
Heller's eliuieh, Jl.11lls.011 tmimlilp.
ST. l'.U'I.'S I'llL'KOII.
Hector ltov. .lolin Hewitt.
hunil.-y N!rUes luj u. 111., 0. p. m.
Muul.iy school 0 a. 111.
i.'ii-st. siii.ii.i In llin iiKinth. ltolv Communion.
Senlee.i pretiaralory to Coiiiiiiimlou on l'llday
evemiig oeioi u hip ml uini.ij 111 em u iiiuniii.
I'pus rpiilpit; lint pventiutlv wplcnlno.
IVrsons ik'slilng to CMisull'tlio Itirtornn religious
m.iiters will Hint lilm nt tlio lureoiugo on ltock
QC'lIOOIi OKDKItS, blank, jii luinteil anil
m.'iilv lioiind to smalt books.
n hand mul
lur salu at tlio Coi.umiiiam olllee.
eb. in, tsitl-tl
THANK I)1:I:DS, 011 l'arclim.'iit mul I.inen
ll I'.nier. enmmon nnd for Admtnlii rators, i:eeu-
lun unit tnutees, lur salu cheap at thu coluuiiian
AltlUAGK CKUTI ncATKS ju.t iirinteil
ami rnr !-im at 110 coi ruiiiAS' o nce, iuinis-
i uf Hie (lusnel and Jitstlei'S hlioulil siniply llieui-
seUes Hllh tneso neeess.iry articles.
Tl'STlCKS iinil Constables' Fec-l!ills for sale
l nt. H10 t'oi.i-MiiiAN olllee. Thev contain tho eor-
lectPil fees as established by the last Act ot the I eg
bl.ituieupon tlio subject. i:ieiy Justlco nnd Con-
stauio suouiu uavo one.
5NDUK NOTRS just iirinteil anil for rale
cneap at 1110 loi.umuian oiuee.
k.VVII) I.OVi;NI!i:i!Ci, Merchant Tailor
' Main St., iiuovo ceiurai uoiei.
1IUOT.S AND S1IOUS.
TTKNItY K lKIM, Manaf.ielnrcr anil ilc.ilor
8.1 tn bunts nnd bhucs, gioeerles, etc., Main st.
m Jl. KN'OOII. Dealer in limits ami Shoes
IJ . late it and best stiles, curnerMaln ntulMaiket
strci is, in inu 0111 jwit omce.
CLOCKS, WATOHIIS, AC.
f SAV.(ii:, Dealer in ('lochs, Watches
itutid Jewelry, Jlalu St., Just below tho Central
T Ol'IS IlEUNAKI). Watch and Clock
J!j maker, near suulheast curnerMaln andlion.
SIIU.INi:itY"& FANCY GOODS.
"ftXISS M. DEIIUICKSON,. Milliiury mul
ll JL Fancy (loods, Main St., below Market.
'IXIII.' Mlss'l.'s IIAI.'MAN'. Milliiipiv anil
I Fancy liooiU Main stieet, below Centraf Hotel.
TT C. lIOWEIi, Hats mul Caps, Ilools anil
j L . Shoes, .Main stivei, anoo uoui l nuu-e.
C II. MILI.EU .6 SON', ilealers in Dry
n. (loods. L'l'iieei les, nmenswaie, Hour, ball,
siioet, nut Ions, etc., -Mala street.
r li. 11A11KEEY. Attoriiey-at-E'iw. Itooms
j , 1 an.l s, i.ro'.ver s liullillng, '.'d lluoi
TTM1 Wll. M. nEllKIt.SiiiL'eiiti ami l'livsi-
i elan, onico S. F.. vuiner Ituek iiud.M.uket
T J!. EVANS. M. ).. Surgeon mul l'hysi-
l . clan, north side of Main btreet, Labove J. K
T 11. MelCELV Y. -M. I).. Surgeon ami I'hy
O . slclau, north side Main street, below -Market.
T II. HOIIISON. Attoiney-al-I.:iw. Ollico
O , In Ilartm.m's building, Main btrect.
rt MCFI. .lAf'OIIY. Mnrlilo mul llrown
O stone Works, Fast Uloomsburg, llenv Icl; road.
, I'iaik a Wolfs store, Main street.
. . - ,, ... -r ,
It. II. C. lIOWElt, Surgeon Dentist, Alain
si., aoovo in conn iiousc.
1 11. -viai,!'., -viauiinoiii iiriieery, iiiiu vim-
K eei IPS, Fruits, Nuts, FrovWoiis, Jcc-Malnuul
t t-uvru slriTts,
n. uuil.v, tieaier in .111-1:1, j; 1 on, viv.,
L. Cenliv alreet, between Second and llilrd,
i'tiimi , - . sr... 'it.. 11 ....
r M. CilltlSTMAN. Saihlle. Trunk mul
j , Harness maker, shlvo's lllocl., Main stieet
riMIOMAS VE11II, ('oiifeclloticr.vniul Itikety,
j. vvnoiesaio and letau, i'..eu.ingu nioci..
W. COltEEE. l iiriiitnri) Ituouis, lliree-
, story bilel;, Malnstreet, west ot Market si.
DW. liOIllUNS, l.hiiior dealer, cicoiul door
t from Iho purthwist corner -Main nnd Iron
171 J. TllOlt.NTON, Wnlt l'aier, Wimlovv
nnaues uui uxiiues, iuiieii uiucii, .tiuiii si.
2 GKANGIiVililtE DUtEOTORY.
A II. lIEItlMNli, Caiticnter und builder,
Xi. Main street UMv l ine.
O. A. MEG.'
XJ Surgeon, Midu sir
KGKU I'liwicinn und
oei, hum uour 10 uuuu a 110-
kAYID IIEEUING, Eloitr nnd GrU Mill,
mm ticnier in grain, aii.i iiieei,
TAMIW H. HAItMANTcahlntt Maker n.,,1
J I'naertuker, JUlu stieet, belotv Fine,
R OMAN' t"i Co., WheelvvrigUu, first
UUUYU DCUOUl IIOUMV.
S. lONT, denier In Klovos mid Tinvviiit
all lis brunches.
I Ji-.l l.K I'.M', Miller, nnd tlenlcr in nil 1:1ml
i,, ot ''rain, Flour, l'oed, w. All ktuiUi ot llialu
J w. edgar, .wvT.n7iuaTd Miu
KtAUY ANDfUlT'Al'IY 1'ltIN'l !.!),' AT Tli'l. tu-
HENRY L. DJHKKHN'tJACir,
KDlTOlt AND 1TIIMSIIUI!.
Hector ltov. .tului llpnltt,
Kimil.iv Hei vino s u'uluck n. m. overy HumlAS'.
Niindiu Huliool 1:Bi p. 111,
Holy Communion tho auoond Huti.t.y 111 1110 mom 11.
0U. 1:. w. uurruu,
111 1 o 11. 1 a nuuunu.i.
onlec, on Main atrort,
y UatawUsa, I'a.
Collections nromntlv mulp ntvl rcmlltod. Ottlco'
uppiniuj citawissa iiopiju ii.iuk. um-oa
"W.M. H.VVlUiOTT, Atlamey-at-Iiitw,
BR I)AI,I,MAV, Mereliant Tailor, Socoml
. slroet, linlitiius' building.
Dry Uood, uruucrlcs and (leueral Merehan-
"Tl. A. L. TUJtNKlf,
1'VfinvniMmTrf lit nnvatmllM 1'i
Office over Klelm'i Unix store, oftleo hours from
1 to 1 11. in. fur iti'iitiui'iit o diseases of thollyo. liar
and '1 Inoal.
All eaiu nlghUor d.iy lironiptly nltendeit to.
jyn. j. c. uuTTKU,
onice, .North Jlatket street,
1 y Uloomsburg, l'a.
jjli. l. R OAllDNUU,
I'lIYSIdAN AND SUHGEOX,
(Wlco ahovo J. Schuyler & Son's llardivaro Store.
Q V. MI LUCK,
Oillcoln Ilrowcr'a building, second lloor, room No.
1. DIooinsburg, l'a. Julyl,,3-y
onicc on Main Street, 11 rot dour below Court llouso
"f i R.t.I.M. CLAItIC,
A. t'llKVIXlVll SMITH. IIUKVEV KWIM1 SMITH.
CIUCVKUXG SMITH & SON,
ffAll business entrusted to our caro 111 roclevo
proinjit nitentloii. Julj 1,7a y
c. 1:. miot'KWAv. liKOitiii: 1:. eiavem..
l )KOCKWAY .i KIAVKLI,,
i 1 l UU. 1. i &..V1 -l.A VI ,
'VAll business cnlrusted to our caro will reecho
prumpt attention. scpt.11,71 y
k. 11. t.irri.K.
iiou't. it. I.ITTI.n.
II. & 11. It. I.ITTLR
Al lllll.M.l B-A1-1.A IV ,
n?-lu3lncss beforo tho F. s. Talent oftlcu attended
to. onicu lutliocoluinbian Dulldliig. ly as
attoi :n r. y-at-i. a w.
Will practice In all the courts ot Columbia, sum.
van mid 1 .1 coming counties, In the supicmo court of
TennsAlvanla. mul In tlio I Ireult and District courts
ui iiu' 1 niieu M.iies neiu hl v niiamspnit, ra.
roiun No. 1, Dlooinsburg, 011 Tuesd.ijs, Weitiiesilavs
llloelll ins onico 111 niu t oiuiiiiaan 1111 11 in
unn 'inur.niajsor e.ten wiek j and 111 iientouon .moil
il.ii h, Filii.iy.s and satuulajs, unless ab-ent 011 pro
rea.5I0n.1l business. Sept. Is.lsiO.
ITMtEAS IJHOWN'S INSUIIANCH AG EN'
. CY, txcliangu Hotel, Dloouiaburg, Ta.
i:tna, ins Co., of Hartford, Connecticut... iv'iuo.oiw
l.lieniiAil, Lonilun and olobc.
sro.it 11.11 0
ito.vi or i.iveipout
. I3 0o.i,onu
. lll.llllil, ml
., 1,1011 (IIH)
Ire Association. riillatlPinma
Aiaeiteaii of Thll.idclnhla
Atlas of llnrtfiuil
Wjonilng, of likes llano
runners Mutual ci 11.11111110
D.iuMllp M nt 11.it
Home, New Yoik
March C'1,71 y
.lll'.UUll.. 1 lAlLUIl,
Cutting, cleaning nnd repairing promptly at tended
to. Flr.si Hour over J, F, WldeuiairsllantwaieStore,
Jan. 0, 75-tr
11. o. iiowr.it, pcntist,
Itesncctfullv olTers bts nrofesstonal serlccRtn tho
l.ull"s and genlleuien of llloointiburg and vletnlty.
lieisiue lareii 10 niienii loan tno vanous operations
In the llnuuf his piufpsbtun, and li provided with tno
latest improved toiici:lain Teeth, which will bu In-
hertid on gold titultng, silver and 1 libber base to
look as we I as the nutiiiiil leetli. Teetli extiiicted
u nil niu new nun ni.i-t apprnveu ineinoils, nun nil
opei .11 nuts uu inu item cuieiiiiiy auupioiieriy ui-
it nili'il iu.
o.iico 11 lew doors nuovotno couittiousc. snmo
sUe. July i,73
J'j, would a
biiig and Ucinll
amioiineo to too citizens or l.looms-
ulty that ho has Just lecelved a ."nil und
lumpietu usooiimeiii 01
WAI.I, I'Amt, WINDOW SHADES,
1'iXTvr.ES, conns, tassels,
and all other goods In Ids Unoot business. All tho
I lie II LOt .Hilt lllUSl lll'.iuivu l".ll.i. nn ... niu "luj ill l
uciow jiariiei. jioji
rrTr --- , ,T mri-vr lirnilirCI
(ILCAjT 1 ROjN WOKiCS
DANVlU.i:, MONTOl'U COUNTY, FA.
.11 Jlii.i.uu 41. t.-vit, ..i.iiiiii.ivi.iiv, jt
-ir-r-r 11 1 1 ivr ir 1 ui' sr r.,..,, .... ..t
y wrought Iron I'.itdg.'K, llollirs, (lushulder,
i'ip,,root Ihilldlngs, Wiouglit Iron Uuutlng, HooilUig
riamps, ri.ii ling turn i,ooi, raiiii t.uii. iiuu i-ijui;-tug,
also w rouglit iron Fining, stacks and nil kinds
ot smith Work, &c, llepairs promptly attended 10.
N. II. Draw lugs and Estimates supplied.
BI.OUMSnUUG ' TANNERY,
. A. JIKIIK1IIV
1 FSl'ECTI'rl.IA niuiotmces to tho public
j that ho lias reopened
...g-y SNYDER'S TANNERY,
"'SoW (old bland) Uloomsburg, Fa., nt tho
' I'otksut Iho lpv and l.tgbt street
roads, where nil deheilptlons of
leather will bo mado lu the most
Pi1bM.1ntl.il and workmanlike manner, anil suld til
pilpps lusull the tliiu s. Tim highest pneo lucusu
win at tut tiuiuo i.. .v.
tf every descilptlnii In the country. The public pat-
IgO lit ll'Sllfl liuilj n.111.1.. ...
loutn.buig, .March I'.', Islo y .
fj ,V 1 fiARPfiTS 1 1
VjillVl- Hi LU . VJIllll. iUU . .
S. H. MILL'S n & SON
W'E JUST RICCEIYEI) nnd nro ollerlng
irsalti ntvi ryiow pines one in um u-s.
r: " ' J' , i,g. 'i hey uro all new and In
j;;: l"ry Vilest st vies. Frlres v.ny from '.'& cciits lo
11 of H
lAllll.lS Ctl't Ulllini ivi omw .1,
h.mi tier jurtl. Cull und see them.
Oct. W, 7-!f.
PHI LADELPMIA ADV'S.
Know vnisi; :a. the new iron
u .ii 1 1, p., I.ot., 1 . laeleiles, ap. send tor elieular
t" u 1 :l' 1 -haul A; llio., to. a lllili-e Av. urn , Flilla.
Ai tli oil Mbllshnl bland ot Mount. '..
1WI Maik t btitcl, 1'litliulclpUU. Mil
N.KW ILUSL(J STOIIE.
OPERA HOUSH, 3d ROOM,
B. H. STUlOKLiANlD
liosneet fully Informs the pnlillo that lio has opened
a NcivMu-.li' stole, In Hip moonisl)Ui'g(iipr.illousi1
on Centre sum t, below Main, wheto ho keeps 11 full
hlll:UT MI SIC,
Ml'sR' HOOKS, fttl,
nliv.nvs on hand and for sal.- nt tho lowest prices,
llolnuips tho pntronsot music to call iinde.aniIiio
llHl'AiniKO AND TUNING,
also at tended to on demand. The public patronage
Is respectfully solicited. nprll u 'IR-ly
State Normal School.
"llllfi tiiMilitlinn afliirds tnsltrlents preparing
for the mufi'SMim of THACHIN'O. excellent f.i.
littles fui lmnroM'inent In tlio most npnrovctlinctli
oils of llisl i-H'tlon,
For tho aernmmod.itlon of students desiring prep
aration for College, nr fur the business relations of
lire, nu Ai'aiti'inle Department Is organled, w hlch
nlTiirdH tin' most ample facilities for so doing.
Ilach coi r?o of study Is complete In Itself.
siinerlorS'lvnntaces nro offered for Instruction In
JIUhlUnlii. I,AMIL AU1.
Fall session commences Wednesday, August ?Sth
Fall SesMin closes Tuesday, December rid.
Spilng fission 1 eminences Wednesd ly, Dec. SOth.
Spt Ing Se.lon closes Titef-dav, .lime 'JiUh.
Sluing Tl.r.u commences Wednesday, -March 31st
llovun. lni'lnllnif Fuel nnd Washtnc.
Tulllou nsK loi.t.vu per week. In Model
orty to bl.xty teits per week.
Stmlontsaro niinttted nt nnv time, and to nnd
course of study f r which teey may bo prepired. It
is iipnpi, 11 possiLc, 111 uu prc&ciii at mo commence
ment of 11 term, 0111 session.
Send torn CatuSguo.
Applications foiadmlsslon may bo addressed to
Dlt. T.I.. UltlSWOI.D,
cor.. ,i. n. FHF.izi:,
NEXT term HEGINS
Monday, Anguat 3d, 1074.
For p.itliculars Aihlrcss,
n. 11 wniTAcnn,
M A N U J A 0 T 0 R Y
M. C. SLO.N & liltOTIIER.
AVE on hand mil for sale at tho moat
rcasunablo rates .splendid stock of
and every description ! Wagons both 1'LAIN and
Warranted to bo mado otho best nnd most durable)
maeerhtts, and by tlio list experienced woil.men.
All work sent mil from bo estatilWilaent will bo
lomnl to be ot tho htglipsclass and sum to glvo per
iod satisfaction. They lvo nlsoallnoassoitmentof
of all the newest and moi fashlonablo stjles well
and carefully mado and otho best material.
An Inspection ot their vjrk Is asked ns HI s be
lieved that nono superior ia bo found In tho coun
try. July 1,1-73-tf.
KEYSTONE CAMAGE WORKS!
AS. CI!OSSI,EY haon hniul ami for pale
, cheaper than tlio ilnpest, ror cash, or vv 111
UAiuaugo lor old Waguiis on 'asonnblo terms,
ot every description both plain ul fancy.
Fortnblo Top litiggles, open nggles, I'll In and
Fancy Tl.itfnrm spring Wngous (uf tho latei.t stjl
und mado of good matprt.it luifully wniranipit.
(Ilvo niu a call liefore pilii'linslngVuvvliere, us 1 ean
liol be undersold. 1 tualui that 1 uko tho best wag
ons for the least money.
also tin painting, (rimming id repair old woik
nt tho shortest notice, old spilngwcldeil and war
muted to stand or no pay. 1 ulllnctiJiigi- nporin.
blotopliuggyfornii) kind of luiier, s'leh as heir
lock, pine, ash, linn hickory and nlar to betlellvet
ed at my shop by the tlrst uf Feli.iry, 1sj,i. iron,
dale orders taken i.ud McUelvy, 111I 'oV f or 1 e
pall I as cash. AS. CUOSSLIiY.
BUGGY & CAKIIAGE
HI'. OMAN hereby Infort tlio iuliltl
, tli.ithohasonttTcdln1ocrHwicii.hlp Willi
lihuiiither.il.l.. Oman, and that lluuslneis Will
tiereauer 00 louiiucicu tuuiei mu m tiuntu m
11. v. ojian li tutoiaiiii.
They will have on baud or mauuf.ijro tooidcr
and every thing In their lino of business,' tho best
11111lul.1l und must eiitnpleto vvoikmam., und nt
pi . low as cuu boiiltuulcd.
than 1 1'ublie jKilnmojtj U fcclfulbj
II, F. OMAN & Hll'llint.
PUI3LIC SALE HAND D.LS
Printed ut this Oilici
ON BHORTEST NOTICE AN U A'l'HE
JlOiT KEAKONAUEE TEUilo
fl fjf 1' il fi lit $
BLOOMSEURG? PA., FRIDAY, JUNE 25. 1875.
Thoi gh sllenco nnd coldness may part us forever,
Mid nit tho dull pain welling deep In my heart,
1 have como to tell you nt least It wero w ell you
And I In forgiveness mul frlcndililp should part s
That, though, could lseo Jour Mir form hero be
rnlnt signs of I ho old lov 0 my face might betray.
Onco lavMicd upon 3011, 'Its fast drifting from j out
'TIS waning and fading nnd passing away.
ll'en now, w hllo tho wound j oil Indicted Is paining,
A volco in my hem I pleads In soft tones for J ou.
Who w av ci ed und faltered, was Ilcklo and altered i
ohl why wero joutalso when sou should have
been I ruo ?
I loved you too well, nnd too welt you did know Itt
I drunk deep lu tho fitcndshlp my vision had
That frlcniUhlp you plighted, that friendship you
Tho pi Izo was vv orth nothing when held In tho
My faith n3 a slavo mado Its own early grave.
Although you onco feared would I ever bo true,
Tho vows tint wero tpouen by you havo been
From tlrst unto last I was faithful unto you.
No gullo havo I used, not a link havo 1 severed;
I I fallings I had, they wero well Know n to j oil,
Tho lovo j ou accepted tlrst craved, then neglcct-
Whatover tn others, was faithful to you.
Your sllenco Is well. Do not proITcr n reason :
1 spare you the pain of that unpleasant task.
My lovo muit not fetter j pass on, nnd bo better.
Ho nobler, bo truer j 'lis nil I now ask.
And so let tho mjstery llo Just where you left It;
If I met jou earnestly, jour heart can tell.
You know In jour heart 1 was truo to my part.
You etianged It; I dal not. Willi forgiveness
The long years vv 111 pass, and my namo bo forgot
ten, New loves for a da j-, round j our heart may en
New ploAsvcs may fcTcet j ou, new faces may meet
. Hut nono bo so tender or faltl'fu' ns mine.
For vv hat j 011 onco wero I shall lovo j ou us ever,
Though what jou uro now may bo noliilng lo
Your friendship, though newer, can never bo truer :
00 bo yon lu them what 1 vv tsh j ou to bo.
1 fieely anil truly end wholly forgive you
No eiilillo'is within my sad bosom shall &lovv ;
And It I clung to von, remember Twas lhrou-.li
) ' wee k I havo been, It was you mado mc so,
I bent to j'our power when Its spell was upon me,
Hut j on must not bla.,io me : Ah I full well you
That you saou'd not grlevo mo : Faou'jh that j-ou
leav e inc.
I am vvhet I nm; Itvvpsj'Oit mado mo so.
COI.UMHIA COUNTY SCnOOIi AFRUIiS.
nnror.T orsuraiiiNriixnnxT w.ir. sNviir.n.
To Ih e State Super in lentleii tof Common Seh 00U:
In submitting this, my second nn mml
report, aceompuyitig my statistical to tho de
partment, it is encouraging to bo able to re
port that there has been somo educational
progress in the county during tho year. Wo
have a gain sinco last year of 15 per cent,
in geography, 11 percent, in grammar, per
cent, in history, 11 percent, in mental arith
mctic, ami 12 per cent, in written arithmetic.
Tho study of geography is too much neglect
ed in many of our school').
iui!) Houses. iSTito new houses were
erected this year; 1 in Ronton, 1 in Catawis
mi, Sin Locust, 1 in Main, 1 in Madonand
2 in Mt. Pleasant. Tho ono in Ronton is a
two-story framo house, and tlio rest aro good
one-story frame houses. They aro all fur-
iiLshcd with the old-stylo of furniture,
Doubtless when thoso interested discover
that patent furniture, on account of its dura
bility, if for nothing else, isnnich cheaper in
tlio cud, they will prefer it.
ITovses. 'Ihero aro in tho county 153
school buildings, 130 frame, 21 brick and 2
stone. Tho number reported unfit for use
aro 71 framo and C brick. Wo hopo theso
unfit buildings will soon give way to good
now ones with necessary cut-buildings and
grounds of mlucicnl size suitably improved,
Schools. There r.10 179 schools, 41 of
which arc graded, 2 gradedtluring tlio year
at Ronton ; theso schools aro scattered over
.'ill nutaro miles of territory, a portion of
which is sparsely seUled, making along dis
tance for tbeso scholars to attend school ;
notwithstanding tlio long distance, deep
snows, swollen streams and inclement weath
er, tho reports from a majority of theso
schools show a better percentage of att;nd
ituco than sumo in towns and villages.
Jlipnmtita.Unl littlo has been accom
plished during tho year in supplying tlio
schools with appropriate apparatus. Its im
portance has been overlooked by thoo wbo-o
duty it is to provide theso indispeiisiblo
aids. Rolloiving tho "especial instructions"
in tho statistical noto book, wo aro unablo to
report any school w ell supplied witli appa
ratus. Thirteen possess all but a few ap
propriate engravings anil a gazcteer. Tho
majority of tlio schools aro supplied witli
somo outllno maps, charts and mottoes, but
not stillicicnlly to avoid being reported
'without apparatus worth mentioning.
CkunliiiciJ. I iind (into an improvement
on this topic. Wo aro kecpingcleanerschool
limiscs. Heretofore many teachers wero
iudiU'orcnt to this matter, licnoo I frequently
found tho school-loom very dirty. East win
ter I found but few that did not receivo fre
quent application of tlio broom,nud wero I
to record tho apologies ol tlio teachers who
had theso in charge, it would require much
paco. Tho uso of tobacco was found in
very low rooms, wo nopo mis nuisanco
will bo entirely dispensed with at school.
J'aiefars. Wo havo somo excellent teach
or's teachers mat novo uouu nonor 10 1110
profession, in accomplishing a good work in
tlio field of education. Such teachers aro
cheap at any prico; yet truth enn-trains us
to mv that wo havosomoschnol.kecpcrs who
keen fur mere pay. Iho wliuio number ol
teacher employed, 182 malo 110; female,
72; averagongoof male, 30 years ; lemale, 22
yeaw, Averago gnulo ot certificates male
2 ; female, 21. Number who hold profes
sionul certificates male, 12; leiualo S
Number who hold permanent certificates
malo, 5 ; female, 1.
Saturic. Teachers' salaries wero increased
in llio following districts: Jlenton, Centralia,
Conynghatn, Centre, KUhingcreek, l'miiklln,
Hemlock, Mitlllu, .Mt. 1'lcasant, Montour,
Pino and Sitgnrloaf. II igheat salaries paid
to male, S75; lowest, $23 j highest salaries
paid to female, f-''0; lowest, 15. Teachers
should bo paid accoidlng to their qualifica
tions, experience and success,
County Jiistltute.'l'ha County Institute
convened in thu academy at Orangeville,
anil continued five days with evening ses
biuiu. There wero R13 actual teachers in
tho county pretiit, mot of them during llio
onllro week, besldosa number of director',
retired Icnchets and visitors from tho vicini
ty of Orangevllli'. Tho instructors present
wero Proftois Griswold, llarrctt and Mrs.
Dent, of Inooinsbuig State- Norial bchool,
Professor Kchoonovcr, of Orangovlllo ncado-
my, und Professor Hull, of Pittsburgh.
A Webster's Unabridged Dictionary was
presented as a prizo to ho awarded to tlio
teacher who should mako tho fewest failures
In spelling ono hundred words. Miss Mary
Carr was tho recipient, sho declining its ac
ceptance returned It for niiotlicrspclllng con
test nt next Institute.
Our thanks nfc duo to tho ladles nnd gen
tlemen who so ably conducted tho singing,
also to tho citizens of Orangovlllo fur their
kind nssisto'icoin making tho Instituto a de
School Jlooh.-Tho non-conformity of somo
of tlio school boards relatlvo to uniformity
of school books, has been felt .1 great hin
drance to the progress in twenty schools. It
is truo fh.it some progress lias been made In
tbc-o scii.H)l., but with morcd illictilty to pti
pill and t ".ichor than wbcio uniformity ex
isted. Visits. All the schools wcro'visitcd ex
cept three that wero not in session when I
was in tho district to which theso schools be
long, somo wero visited four times. In my
visits I devoted my timo lo listening to reic
tations, inquiring into tlio general manage
ment of tho school, Instructing the teacher
privately wherein ho needed it, and in ad
dressiii!' tho school.
JCramiimtioni.'VUo examination wero
conducted by combining tho oral and written
methods. They wero attended by eighy-six
directors, and two hundred and sixty-eight
Directors. Columbia county has some
praiseworthy directors who aro discharging
their official duties faithfully. The ollico of
school director being one of tho mo?t im
portant of tho township offices, it is unjust
that school directors shall spend their timo
and defray their own cxpenscn without somo
Tlio following is an extract of a letter re
ceived from ono of our directors: "I hopo
you will not consiiro 1110 for not calling 11
meeting and forwarding our report and cer
tificate sooner; whenever I am absent I am
obliged to employ a man in my place, at my
own expense, besides losing my timo which
amounts to a considerable to attend all the
school meetings, and visit all the schools in
our district. I know it h my impcrativo
duty lo do so, but I cannot live by ii. I fi.id
tho more such offices a matt hai the poorer ho
Moral Instruction. The Uiblc is read in
eighty-seven schools, and twenty-nine- aro
opened with prayer.
Arcncic. Uloomsburg State Normal
school, Oiaugcvillo academy and Greenwood
seminary aro aiding our public schools by
preparino; our young men and women for
tho teacher's profession.
Our Wants. Our wants to olevato tho
schools to their proper standard, arotho ones
so often mentioned. They aro : Rettcr
school houses and furniture, uniformitv of
text books, more efficient teaehew, regulari
ty of attendance, higher estimate of tlio im
porlanco of education, moro interest on the
part of parents and directors and a better
supervision of schools.
My thanks aro due to tho directors, citi
zens and tcacliets for their hospitality ex
tended to 1110 in tho discharge of my duties,
also tho department for past favors.
The Climatic llmutiug.
Tho trump card played by every locality
which inviics immigration is sure lo bo its
climate. Whatever clso it may lack, you
may depend on a health fill atmosphere and
comparative fieedom from all k.iovvn diseas
es. In short, unless you plungo into llio
wildest execs-es, you havo good reason to
count on reaching a hundred years. If the
spot is in tho northern region of Minnesota
you arc gravely assured that tho airfs bo thy
you experienco no trouble from the coId,and
even if your noso drops oil', you will bo con
tolcd with the information that it is no fault
of the climate. If tlio spot is in the marshy
regions of tho South, you aro entertained
with pleasing descriptions of tho ocean
breezes which woo you to sweet repose.
it is in tho central Slates you aro por.stiadcit
how delightful it is to bo midway beivvccn
tlio cxtteines of hot and cold. Looking over
immigration circulars, homo geographies
and works published under Siiuo auspices
we aro tempted to wonder if tliero bo any
spot in this favored land where tlio climate
isnotsimplv perfect. In ptivato letle
hints crop nui. of rheumatism here, fevers
there, and killine cold or heat, rains or
drought elsewhere, but theso furtive imputa.
Rons rarely reach tho public ear. If a con
rcssioual whitewashing committco had tho
matter in hand they could not do better by
tho climate in every square mile of this
great and glorious country. Wo havo our
faults, but climatically wo cannot bo im
proved. Pitts. Ttleyraph.
liilcgi'ily of Cliiirai'li'i'.
Young men should bo deeply impressed
vv ilh the vast impoiUineo of cherishing thoto
principks, and ot cultivating thoso habits
which will sccuro them tho confidence and
the esteem of llio wiso and iho good.
iV young man may bo unfortunate, he may
be poor and penniless, but if ho possess un
bending integrity, and unwavering pttrposo
to do what is honest and just, ho will havo
friends and patrons, whatever may bo tho
embarassnients and exigencies into which ho
is thrown. Tho young may thus possess n
capital of which 110110 oftho misfortunes and
calamities of life can deprivo them.
Wo havo known men who havo suddenly
been reduced from allluonco to penury by
somo overwhelming misfortune, which they
could neither foresee nor prevent. To-day
they wero prosperous, to-morrow, every
earthly prospect win blighted, anil every
thing in their future aspect of lifu was dark
and dietnal. Their business was gone, their
prosperity gone; but they havo a rich treas
ure that nothing can uiko away. They have
integrity of character, and this gives them
inlluence, furnishes them with pecuniary
aid, witli which to coiumcncolifo onco more
under auspicious circumstances.
Wo cannot too strongly Impress upon our
young men tho importance of abstaining
Cioni everything which shocks their moral
sensibilities, wounds their consciences, ami
has 11 tendency lo weaken that nice sense of
honor and integrity to indispeiisiblo to n
good character. "Integrity of character 1"
Who ever possessed it, that did not derivo
untold advantngo from it? It is better tlihii
riches, it Is of more vnltto than "diamonds
and nil precious stones;" und yet overy man
may possess It. The poorest may havo It,
and no power 011 curtl) can wrest it from
them, Young men, prlzo Integrity of char
acter above nil other earthly gifts,
Tho American people, as a general thing,
nro noted for sound common senso nnd a
hatred of foolish show, but thcro is ono very
illy national characteristic which deserves
to bo hooted down that i, tho system of
conferring and accepting titles which wero
never carncd.such asGcncral,.Iitdge,Colonel,
Major, Honorable, Esquire, Professor, iC'c.
To such an extent has tins been carried that
tin ordinary assomblago of Americans Is nl
most certain to contnin two or three -persons
with high sounding but entirely bogus titles,
and a public meeting of nny slzo generally
embraces as many "Kurncls" ns n bag full of
walnuts, Generals enough for tho army of
Xerxevml minor olhcers and titled person
ages sufficient for a small kingdom and a
number to spare. It is said that a stick
thrown at a dog, in Washington, hit two
Colonels, an Honorable and a Judge. Very
few of tlio military titles wero ever earned
on a battlo field, and if they were, it would
bo much better, in a republic liko odrs, to
lay them nsido along witli tho sword and
uniform. Tlio silliest of all titles, however,
are thoso adopted by some secret societies.
Tho leading officials of some petty society
will, liko many Italian noblemen, frequently
possess moro titles than shirts, and nothing
can ho moro ridiculous than to sco a batch of
useless titles strung out after a man's namo
liko tho bohbincd tail of a kite. Ourhiimblo
friend, Peter Muggins, who peddles clams or
carries tho hod peacefully, and who was
never acciued oi knowing more than tho law
allows, comes out, perhaps, on tho list of
some secret society, with titles enough after
is namo to swamp tho Grand Duke Alexis.
-Most Worshipful Grand So-and so " don't
look well beforo or after tho namo of poor
littlo Thomas Tomtit, who is fivo feet high,
and trembles at tlio sight of a sirango dog ;
aud Grand 'Worthy Sir Knight Commander
Robbs should feel ashamed to wear such a
title, and strut around as if proud of it, when
he knows that ho has moro than onco
shuddered under tho bed-clothes, and scut
is wife down stairs at night to sec if there
were burglars in tho houso when tho cat was
scratching among tho coal in the cellar.
Why not call a man in a lodge or society a
secretary, or a treasurer, instead of a Right
Worshipful Grand Worthy fccribe, or some
other nonsensical title, apparently compiled
by somo insane lexicographer? There aro
plenty of "Generals" who never discharged
a firearm, and "Colonels" who could neither
drill a squad of recruits nor tell m which
end of the musket the load should bo in
sorted. "Professor" is another name which
liasbecomo anything but honorablo to its
possessor. When wo sec "Prof." beforo a
man's name, it does not imply, as in former
days, that he is an instructor in some college
or educational institution, but the impres
sion at sight is that ho is a balloonist, a
sleight-of-hand performer, or .1 swindler vho
sings song? on a street and sells brass pens
and bogus jewelry, loadying papers aro cir
dilating, as remarkably funny, an instance
of Paul Royton having answered a question
of Princess Ueatrico witli "Ycs,Miss,"which
sensible people will contend was perfectly
proper for a free-born, bravo American, and
of Queen Victoria having "laughed outright
when at the closo of her interview with him,
ho said lio hoped Her Majesty wonld over
look any defection of ctiquetto on his part
on the p'ea, 'You see, madam, it is not to bo
expected I'm posted up in this business."
As tho Queen is not allowed to even speak
to a shop-keeper, but addresses all her
questions to a lackey called an "equerry,"
who carries on tho cuiiversalion for hcr.such
a common-seiiso homely apology would of
couiso be considered out of placo in Gicat
lJrii.tin ; but Amciicam should kneel to no
sovereign, and if our citizens lcspect 'hem
selves und their great country, they will feel
pioudtlt.it their couniiyuian who did not
fe.T tho r.nsi"g Ailpiuhs hnd rs little dread of
Rriiisli C'iticism. He apologized in his i-si'al
language, and no moro could justly bo ex
pected. Ho showed no rudeness nor inso
lence, and wa3 moro worthy of respect than
if lie had knelt on the steps of tho throne.
Another silly cnor is the naming of chil
dren for illustrious persons. Names imply
no honor. Ciesar, tlio colored boot-black,
bears tlio namo of a mighty man, but poor
colored Cre.ar only bcems bo much moro
ridiculous ou that account that ho would no
doubt rejoice heartily if his name was a plain
common-sense one. A great namo quenches
individuality on tlio part of a child ora man.
How ridiculous it seems when we read, as
we often do, that Georgo Washington lias
been arrested for btealing chickens, or
lloraco Greeley hanged for abducting a
mulol Then just think how thoso young
men must feel wlioso parents named them
for Henry Ward lieecherorTlicodoroTiltonl
Eor a republic liko ours, tho plain ".Mr."
should bo sufficient ; or it would be stilt bet
ter to como down to tho Democratic, Quaker
system of no title whatever. The abuso of
titles has led somo ol our most prominent
United States Senators and statesmen to dis
claim tho prefix ef "Hon" entirely, whilo
tho number of "Esquires" lias becotno so
great that many lawyers and justices of tho
ncacc. who alono havo a right to that
designation, nro endeavoring to do away
with tho title, which, liko tho many military
titles, is no longer a mark of distinction.
Let us hope that tlio timo will soon como
when it will bo as unusual to hear a plain
American citizen addres-ied as Honorable,
General, Colonel, Judgo or Professor, as it
now is to hear his occupationhabitually used
beforo his name, as Rriekluyer John Dobbs,
Lawyer John Doe, Contractor Joel Pippin,
Scavenger William Nitccart, or Genteel
Loafer Thomas Titeboots, which prefixes
would really bo much moro sensible and
appropriate- than tho ridiculous bogus ones
foolishly conferred and thankfully accepted
by would bo imitators of European aristoc
racy. Heading Gazette.
How to Keep Children l'urf .
"Will you not uso your influence in trying
to deter largo boys from contaminating tho
minds of smaller boys? Things which
should bo told in a wholesome manner and
us solemn truths urodistorted into vileshapes
aud permanent injury is done to children's
minds. Would it not bo better for tho body
to be poisoned than tho mind, that parents
might seo tlio harm done, and thereby bo en
abled (o uso cures and antidotes? Rut I am
sorry to say that I think tho troublo lies
deeper than with tlio bigboys. I have heon
looking around and am quite sure that It
docs. A jury might acquit them witli the
verdict, moro sinned against tlinu sinning.
It U thu men that I nm coming at, for just so
long as they meet in groceries, on street cor
ners and in chops, telling tloilca unfit for
TUB COLUMBIAN. VOL. IX, NO. 2u
COI.UM11IA HKMOCHAT, VUU Al., nu. ii
tho cars of mothers, sisters, wives nnd daugh
ters, just bo long big boys will listen and
think it cunning to cinttlato tho filthy exam
ine. Is it not a lerrlblo thing to look into a
young man's face nnd think or tho Impurities
ills mind must bo loadod with unless ho has
strength to cast off tho unclean thing nnd bo
No subicct moro vital in its bearing 011 tho
morals of the young could have placo in this
column, says tho New York Tribune, In reply
to.tho abovo letter. Thcro aro parents who
do not rccognlzo among tho duties they owo
their children that of instructing thorn witli
respect to tho origin of life. This is left
shrouded in impenetrable mystery, and all
manner of lies aro told to tho questions
which at n very early ago children will a9k.
Tlio mother leaves this matter for her daugh
ter to bo told nbotit by any chance school
mate, who, with tho few grains of truth sho
may communicate, is moro likely to sow tares
that cannot bo weeded out. The innocent-
hearted learns from the rough companions
what his own father or mother should have
told liltn with perfect simplicity aud ingen
uousness, ami learns a great deal that they
would never havo had him know. Truth is
sacred, truth is pure and never corrupts any
one. It is tho vilo admixture of falsehood
that contaminates. Every fact in human
physiology can bo so communicated to a pure
mind that its delicacy shall not bo m mc
least offended. The timo to make these
things known is when tho desiro to inquire
into them manifests itself, and tho bestteach-
cr is the parent. As between husband and
wife, so between parent and child there is
no place for shame. Whcro yirtuo reigns
shamo cannot come.
A child thus taken into sacred intimacy
with its parent will instinctively revolt from
whatever is vulgar nnd base and obscene.
At every period in the development of the
young life tho parent should be before ev
erybody clso in preparing and fortifying his
son or daughter against the) dangers which
lio in his or her path. There is nothing that
so strongly binds a child to virtue and honor
nnd chastity, as perfect and unrestrained in
timacy between it and tho father and moth
er. Wo nre careful about tho sewage of our
houses, about ventilating them, and see to it
with dilligenco that every nook aud corner
is kept neat and sweet. llet us carry the
samo thing into character and open all tho
doors and windows of tlio soul by total
frankness and transparent simplicity, that
the piiro air and sunshine of heaven may
havo access to them and keep them pure.
Ono word more. If homo is made so at
tractive that boys and men prefer it to the
corner groceries, an ounce of prevention
will be found better than many pounds of I
Tin. Cn.l Utnmr f n 1 if., I
juuuui. ijiuij ui ........ I
Tim ujiFor.TUXATr. wife of maximiliax, I
oxer, f-mfekok of mfxico.
Ttift Tlolpmn mncrs announce that the I
death of tho unhappy Carlotta. tho wife of
Maximilian, once Emperor of Mexico, is
.loiltr nnnrtwl. Diirintr the, lust vnnrs c.f lier
eventful life the sombro darkness of mental
night lias rested upon her, and even the con-
solation of forgetting in insanity her mis-
fortunes has been denied her. The light of
this world's pleasures, though not the gloom
ot its pains, long since went out oi uer, anu
Hint sho should not follow her bravo and tin-
fortunate, husband to tho. trravo mnv bo re-
P-nr,lP,l ns the, onlv h.anniness which the
futtire had in Btoro for her, and as a grateful
relief to the royal hearts who havo watched
over her desolate years with constant and
loving tenderness. The daughter of Leopold
I., of Belgium, tlio wisest and shrewdest
sovereign of his time, blessed with beauty
and a superior mind, graced with tho accom-
plishmcnts of courts and tho polish of letters,
it was Carlotla's destiny to bo united nt a
vcry early ago to tho most amiablo and abio
oftho Austrian archdukes. Maximilian was
distinguished for his virtues, his courage, las
courtly bearing and tho liberal tono of his
thoughts and ieelings. At tlio timo ot the
marriage no more uriiiiatu prospects man
tno luxurious me n an r.mperors tiro ner
,i i itr. t t. i t ...ii
aim sistet ui. uciu.c ttieiii. ,u..Atii.....ti.
mougnioi no luiuer uesiiny man to lorm
ono of tho princely galaxy around Francis
"""r " o-'v
province, perhaps lend his sword to tho
glory of Austria, or to spend happy Bummer
months with ids lovely bride at his castlo of
Miramar, on tho Adriatic. No graver dan
gcr than that of a Euporean war or local in
surrection threatened to interrupt a tranquil
and contented life.
Tho ambitious projects of Napoleon sud
denly intruded upon the even tenor of this
calm existence. Tho conquest of Mexico by
Eazaiuo aud tho necessity of finding a wear
er of royal blood for the new imperial crown,
caused Louis to cast his eyes over Europofor
tho av.iil.iblo candidate, nnd ho fixed upon
Maximilian as tho princo best fitted for his
purposc. Tho Aarchduchess Sophia urged
him to dcclinotho bauble. Carlotta, with
nil the enthusiasm of youth nnd ambition,
begged him to accept it. To her Maximilian
unfortunately yielded; ho went to Mexico,
accompanied by his dauntless and exulting
wife, nnd hravoly nerved himself lo meet the the absolute idiocy of tho poor follow, met
perils of his new position. These perils wero with somo opposition from tho daikey hlm
not fanciful ; tho long conflict betweeu tho self, who exclaimed, "You can hang me, or
virtually usurping Emperor and the persistent
Juarez is well known. Its tragic tormina-
lion in which tho gallant Austrian went
calmly to tlio fate of Charles of England and
Louis of France is ono of tho most thrilling
episodes In history. Carlotta stood staunchly
by her husband from first to last. When his
cattso waued and bado cro long to bo desper
ate, this heroic woman hastened to Europe,
fell at Napoleon's feet, and begged him to go
to tho rescue. Stung by the refusal of one
who had lured Maximilian across tho ocean,
the unfortunate princess broke into wild im
piecatlons. From St. Cloud sho hastened to
Rome, only to learn at tho Vatican that
was hopeless. Desperate with d.sappoin -
nient Carlotta wandered over Europe, plead-
ngw h l'rancls Joseph at Meuna mourn-
ng with her brother in 1 russcls. Then the
urigni inougn weary intellect began to lado.
Sho sank into alternate idiocy and madness;
nnd whilo in this diseased fancy she was
fighting tho battlo over and ovcragaln in tlio
quiet retirement of Lackeu, Maximilian was
shot ut Queretero.
nweof nonomoro than Ihlno own conscience.
There Is a Cato in every man ; a sovcro ecu- u nu c,lU ot Not but what we havo wood
nor in his manners, ami ho who reverences 011 neaJa enough amoiig us, but they wero
this judgo will seldom do anything ho need
Tho cause of woman suffrage scarcity
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A green grocer ono who trusts.
Queer kind of lovo a neuralgic affec
Tlio best throw nt dlco is lo throw them
How to tell the weight of n fish by his
Iiook out for the comet, for thereby hangs
Conceit an ass who Imagines himself an
Motto for tho tea merchant lloncsl-tca
is tho best policy.
Can any ono bo called a traitor who be
trays his own feelings?
A brilliant tale that will attract general
attention tho comet's.
Tlio man who will suit you to a hair's"
breadth tho wlgmakcr.
Among tho best parlor organs is that of n
pleasant talking woman.
When docs n man havo to keep his word?
whcn no ono wiu talco iti
When tho thermometer falls, how often,
on nn average, does it break?
A cannibal's epitaph "Wnto mo as ono
who loves his fellow-man."
If a man doesn't take caro of No. 1, ho
will soon have 0 to tako care of.
In Minnesota they estimate their grass-
ll0ppe nt 10o bushels to tho acre,
Wo bei jom re,nt talking too littlo but
very oftcll of talking too much.
Advertising for a wife is about as nbsurd
getting measured for an umbrella,
Come in out of tho wet," as tho shark
aiJ w,ien ho 8wali0Wcd the littlo negro
Why is a becfstcaklike a locomotive? It's
not of much account without it's tender.
In what case is it absolutely impossible to
beslow and sura? In the caso of a watch.
It is said that a photographer used a black
cloth in order to mako his camera obscurer.
How to keep your own counsel get into
a chancery suit, nnd you will never get rid
Why aro lawyers liko shears? Bccau3o
they don't cut each other, but only what
comes between them.
An Iowa editor recently announced that
.1 certain patron of his was "thieving as
usual." It was written thriving.
A saucy young New York widow says alio
is in tho honeymooii of her widowhood.
What a brute her liege lord must have been.
Tlio proprietor of a sausago machine in
New York was lately heard to regret that
so many dogs should bo killed "out of sea-
Tho increase of lunacy undoubtedly has a
sound scientific reason, as Professor Proctor
says tho earth will bo resolved into moon-
sliinrt nno of theso davs
t ril,,.l, ninnr on t-a tli nt. lis
k. 1 'l'1.l J I ...U Ill Iba
relations to men, "it kisses and blesses him,
but w not obev h m." Illobbs s.iva that
a umcago ucue wno, six raonins ago, was.
so languiu mat sue couiu scarcely support
herself at the altar, I10W throws a flat-iron
flfty feet and hits hcr """band every time.
A pompous A bodrccn philosopher os-
traded tho following reply from an advanced
free school lad to the query, "How is tlio
earth divided, my lad? "By earthquakes,
The mortality among married men inTren-
tou. hldian.1, is reported to be on tho ill-
caso in consequence of a wealthy philan-
thropist offer to give a barrel of flour to
Mr. Watermore is a strict teetotaller (and
just a littlo bald on tlio top of his head.)
Imagine, then, his horror on being asked tho
other day by the barber who was cutting lua
hair whether ho ever applied stimulants
A gentleman was one day arranging mu-
sic for a young lady to whom ho was paying
his attentions. "Pray, Miss Dove," said ho,
"what time do you prefer?" "Oh," tho re-
plied, carelessly, "any timo will do ; but the
I quicker tho better."
A n.ipmnn lmvin ,lf nn,i 1in.
I o a 1
irlg annoyed with tho operator's stories, in
tl0 miJJl0 0, cach ll0 gaiJ( iCut Jt sl10rt,
At last, tho barber, in a rage, exclaimed, "It
cannot bo cut 6Uortcr) for Cv.ery hair of your
. licatl J3 0H...
Ifyourhorso is in tho habit of kicking,
uso a splash-board and your horse will soon
get over It. Never givo horso chestnuts to
chestnut horses, nor sorrel to sorrel horses ;
you can givo cream to a cream horso, if you
liko and tho horso likes it.
"That clock, stranger," said a Michigan
farmer, "was tho best kind of a clock up to
six months ago, when my daughter began
to have beaux, and now tho blamed thing is
always two hours slow."
Mr. Jones got up too early ono morning,
and began lo scold tho servant girl, His little
stx-ycar-oiu wuo nau been listening nttcnt-
,vel uurlu3 mc conversation, ortiKo in wun,
"fftmer, leavo ou scoiuing; you ncetl not
tllillk that W' 'ollr wir-"
The Tennessee barrister who resorted to
tho insanity dodgo in behalf of his negro
client, nnd expatiated at somo length upon
send mo to tho penitentiary, or say Isoa ras-
cal, but, mister, pleaso don't say Iso a fool
A Georgian officer was talking to nnothcr
soldier, and asked, "Whero was you during
tho war ?" Tho other replied, "I was twen
ty-four months in tho army, sir." "Yaas;
wal, whero was you during that timo?" "I
was twenty-thrco months in tho hospital."
"And whero was vou durlmr tho other
month ?" "I was looking for tho hospital."
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M, 0ul, nf ... .., rn r , . ' .
it ..,,.,., .acrtJ v. reiip,i d,n .,n,i,n
"At 10 years old I could draw beer; at 12 a
icturo. ftUG au ,rere nt 20 a bill of
cxc,mng0. jf j were an actor I believe I
coul(1 draw tholargest kind of a house: but.
i,i tl.aci,r i , ,,tp,,f t ,i ' u.t
ary( alll tho u lhobcUer... You.n d
baj,j jjri Qullp,
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11,0 1,ea.d U Am the lnos llul,lr"'1t
, ' , "uu
I impunity, uiu let it mail pari Willi Ills ItenU
and tho game's up. A lost leg or arm can bo
""I'l'l', hut when the head Is once off thcro
bonl M)- A" 1,(111 "ever successfully supplied
u wooden head where Unoriginal articlo has
uccn carried away, jno ono can expect to
of get ahead iu this world if ho hasn't head to
I start with,