The Columbian. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1866-1910, October 13, 1876, Image 1
iimu COLUMBIAN. 1 ',, . . , 7 1 liLooMsnuiiu. uolVmiha copni-v i-a. p maff uioywir. After tho oxt-iriUlon of tho hnr tlM It 111 Tin all -1 rrrn1 Tn anli .nrll,n .... COUtitV ttia torim nrn 1 nrr nr. KiriMiv in n,iun if J ill If Mm. llAlfl Mi n, I vnti nn nti I it 11 I f n 1 1 .. piibllHlifM, until till ftrrtmrnires nro naiii. but inn liomimintl ITtM M nfUT t in i-nlrit t,.n nf th,. n,7 VA1K itflil twit Iwi nlin All 111 iter -4 nil ill. nnr. nr llin Utntn -n In rtlilnhi piuiu in vuiuiiiuii uuuiii-v iiijiuinus 10 bay tiiu hiiiMcrlptlonduouudPirmnrt. 1'osT At 1 IS H no longer ojtnctcd from subscribers in tho county JOB IPIRIISrTIIIXrGk Tin .Tobbir..- Dep-irtment of the Coi.csihun Is very complete, and oiirJ b ITIntlnc will compare fuvoru y with til it or tho Linus cltlo. All work doneon om.ind, neatly and at moderate prices. Columbia County Official Directory. President Juilire-WUItam niwell. Associate .ludrfcs Irnin Dorr, M. (I, Hitches. Prothonotarv, ,vc II. Prank .nrr. Court Htciinnrnphor-H. N. Walker. Il-ttlstiir llueorder Williamson II, Jacoby. District Attorney Jolin .M. Clark, rtitcrirr Hurvefor Isaac Dovvltt. Treasurer Dr II, W. Mclteynolds. Ojiinnlsloiier3-.;olin llcrncr, H. VV. Mcltenry, Jgsepli Hand.-. " I'ommlssionors'ricrk-W'llltam Ki Ickliaum. Auditors M. V. II. Kltne. .1. II. Casey, K. II. Drown. Uoronor-i'harles O.Murphv. ury Commissioners-Jacob II. Trltz, William II. county Supertnlcndcnt-Wl llatn II. fnvrter. llloom Poor District-Directors t). I'. I!nt, Scott, win. Kramer. Htooinsburi and Thomas Ureicltnif, Acoa, o. P. Ent,secretnr. Bloomsburg Official Directory. nioimsburj lianklnsf Company John A. Funslon, President. II. II. lro 7. Cashier. ' l'lr.s Nu lonal Hank-Charles It. Paxton,' resident J. P. Tust In, Cashier. "itunui.i iminv .Mil' ai nav ne Fund nnd r.n.in Hocretnry. llloomsburg Hulldlnu nnd Saving t-'tind Assoclni ion Win. Peacock, President, J, II. liolilson, Heeivlnry. HloomsburjrMii'ual Savins Fund Assoelailon J. J, llrower, l'rcsldeni, C. (I. liarkley, Sccrulnry, cnuRCir DiitECTonY. t BAI'TIST CI1U11C1I. I!ov. 3. P. Tnslln, (Supply.) Sunday Services l'ix a. m. and x p. m. sundav School 9 n. m. Prayer jMectlny; Every Wednesday evening; at M clock. Hm.s free. Tho public nro lnl!ed to attend. STOIITIHKW'S I.l'TllKHAN CIIU1IC1I. Jllnls er lfev. .1. VeCron. Sunday Services -Ms; u. in. nnd Op. m. Sunday school 9n.in. Prater.Meo tng-i:rry Wednesday ocnlntf ntc; rlock. Mcatafree. No paws rented. All are welcome. rnnsnvTEiiiANciifucii. . Minister Itev. stuarl Mliihell. Sunday Services luif a. m. and 6jf p. m. Mindav seliuolo a. 111, rraver .Meuiinj; every Wednesday uenlng ai ox o'clock, Scai s free No pov3 rented. Strangers welcome. MKTIIOUIST Kl'ISCOl'AI. CIICKCII. Presldln? i:idcr-llcv. N. S. Ilucklnshara. Minister Itev. .r. s. .Mc.Murray. Sunday Servlces-lu and-of m. sund.iv School 'i p. in. Illljlu Class Uverv .Monday evenlns at CV o'clnrk. V'oun' .Men's I'rauT ilea lug l.cry Tucsdaj i'enliia' HJ4 o'clock. (leniT.il 1'r.ijur. Meeting Every Thursday evcnli.i: 7 o'clock. REKOUilKll L'llUHUH. Corner of Third and lion streets. I'astor Itev. 0. 1. uurlci. Kf-,1 luncii ('.'iitral Hotel. Sunday Hen ices Hi;, a. in. nnd 7 p. ni. Sutidat School -'. a. 111. I'rajer Mectlng-s.iuirday, 7 p. m. All arc muted mere, is nlwnys room. feT. I'AUI.'S CHCRCll. Hector Sunday Services in n. m., 0j p. in. Sunday School 9 a. m. First Sunday In the month, Holy Communion, services preparatory to Communion on Friday evening before tho st Sunday In each month. 1'owa rented j but everj body welcome. EVANtiELlCAL CIll'KCII. Presiding Klder l!cv. A, I., lleeser. Mlnlter-Hev. .1. A. IrWnc. Sunday Scnlce .1 n. m., In the Iron SlreetChuich. Pra er Meeting Kicry S.ibbath at 2 p. m. All nru lmlled. Allure welcome. TIIR CnCllCM OK rilKIST. Meets In "Iho llltla Prick church on the hill," known us tho Welsh Ilapltal Church on Kucfc btreet east 01 iron. lleular meeting for wornhlp, every Lord'j day af ternoon at o'clock. sests rreo ; ami the public are cordially Invited to attend. JILOOMSIlUHCi DIKI'XTOUY. SCHOOL OIM)KIiS, lilanK-, just piinlcil ami neatly bound In small books, on band and for sain al thu Coi.usiiilAN (mice. Feb l'J, liI5-tf T1LANIC DI3I3DS, im l'anlir.i.'iit i nml Linen ly Paper, coiamon and for Admlnlsi ratnrs, Ilxecu fois and trustees, for balo cheap ut tho Colluuiah OlUce. "jlTAIMMAOE CKltTII'ICATICS iii.tprinleil It! mid forsalo at tho Coi.umiuan ohlce. Minis ters of the (lospel and .lustlces should supply them selves with these necessary articles. JUSTICES and Constables I'Ve-I!ills for sale ff at tho Coi.umiuan onice. They contain tho cor rected fees as established by tho last Act of tho I.eg- slaluroupon tho subject. Every Justice and Con stable should have onu. V ENDUE NOTES jut printed ami for sale eoeiiaii uiu uoi.uuiiian onice, MEItCIIANTS AND (iltOCHKS. Q II. MILLEIl .0 SON, ilealers in Dry O. Hoods, groeeiles, ipieensware, Hour, sail, Mioes, notluns, ete., Main btieet. J II. MAIZE, Mammoth (Jrncerv, lineOrn . cerlus, Fruits, Nuts, Provisions, ie., Main nnd Cent i-o streets, HOOTS AND SIIOr.H. IjT M. KN01M!, Dealer in Hoots anil Shoes, I J. latest and beslsiyles, coiner Main and Mai ket streets, In tho old post otliee, CLOCKS, WATCHES, At;. f E. SA VAOE. Dealer in Clocks, Watches II ut ',cwtlr' ,,a'" bt" JustbelowlboCcntr.il PKOFESSIONAL CAUDS. 1 Jl. IKKLEH, Atlomey nt Law. lioonis in Jlj Exchange Illock, 2d IToor, Dloombburg, Pa, os ( (L lJAUIvLK", Atlnrney.at.Lnw. Oflico j , In Hrowt r's building, '.'ud story, llooms 4 & t, Oct. is, '75. Bit. VM. M. HElllClt.SiiiReon nml I'hvsi clan. OIllco S. E. corner Itotk and .Market faireets. T K. EVANS, M. D., Surgeon nml l'Inl- . elan, (oniro and Iletl leiicu on Third btieet, corner .Icllei'sou. J II Ml.'lfl A'V Sf H V ,l Il,t . blcl.m, north sldu'.Mal'n bluet, below Matkt't. T It. ItOItlSON, Attoruev-'at-Law. Olliec a . inn. I.u tman'3 bulhllng, Main btriet. II KOSENSTOCi;, JMiotographer, over , Clai I; & Wolf's store, Main st i eet. MISCELLANEOUS. DAVID LOWENIlEItO, Merchant Tailor M.rehaanlT II7s,m,w)0 Main St., uIkjvo Central Hotel. juarcu a.-y IS. KUIIN, ifenler ii. Meal, Tallow, ilc, rpiIK UNDEIISIONED. reprei-i ntitig several . Centru street, letw ren Second and 'I bird. JL of the most conservative mid n liable A meil- , can Flro Insiiianee Companies, would lieglcau'to rimntl tKU'ii'liP (.,, r...il,,,,..r ,,,,.1 n,bnr olTer hUBiiMees to tho eitlensof llloomsburg nnd 'I'lUIMAn I'.IIL, Co fieliouery ami llaker mhiiIH , leauesllng a reasonablo sliaro of tho public X wholesale and retail, Ecliuuge Hlock. palronago . . W. J. POWELL. G, . . ,, ., Illnnmsbui'L',.lu!yls, 117G. . COIM'.LL, I'lirnittiro ltioliiH, three- omco In llrower's Illock. a story brick, Main struct, w est Of Market bt, .Tuly 21-Mn. OIIANGI3VILLI3 DIHEOTOltY. AH. IIEIMMNO, Carpeiiter ami huililer, , .Main street below Pine. llUCIv 1IOKN. MO. A W. H. SIIOEMAKEH, Dealers in . Dry (loods,(lrucerles and (lent ral Mcrclian- UldC, OATAW1SSA. M. H. AHBOTT, Attornc-at.I-aw, Main B 1'". DALLMAN, Merchant Tailor, Secoml , btreet, Dubbins' building, WM. L. EYK1JLY, A'lTO 1 INK Y-AT-IA W, Catawlssa, Pa. Collections promptly mado and remitted, onico ooKjslto CutawLvsu Deposit Ihuik. lim-lis A SS ION EE NOTICE. Aa.i'.'iinu'iit of A. II. IVurson nnd wlto of Sprlncllcld lowiibhlp, Ducks eouul), I'a, Wiii.iii-:ah, the, nl.iiMi luiiiiid l.uio made an assign lueiil if nil (hi ir rial nun personal propeily lo tnu uiiilerslKiii il for tbu Unlit of indlti in, noileo Is thi'lt'ior thi n llial all pi in, oh luitlngcluliusugalnsl I.u Assliii.erb will) rinnt llu m ul Ohio, and all In t bled n ru nollllcd to uuilu ImmtdlaUi lui) mi nt, ugin, 1'u. 1. 11, tVAONEIt, ASblgUCO ttjt. Wiciv,: ..V " . 0. iliSf' EUtOKanJI-roptUtors, HUSLNKfeS OAltns. TQIt. A. I TUllN'KK, Hcsiilcnco on Mnrkot Ptrrct 0110 door below I). .J. Waller's. nmco nver Klclm's Drug store, office hours from 1 to 4 p. m. for treatment of dlaenscs of tho 11 e, Kar nml '1 hroat. All calls night or day promptly attended to. Apr.M'75-tt Ty I. . C. 11UTTUH, physician ftsuitrinoN, onice, North Jtarkel Mrei t, JIar.!7,'74-y Illnomsburg, Pa. JQlU IV OAltDN'ElS, rilYSICIAX AKH SUIKIKOX, ni.ooMsiiuim, pa. Cilice abovo.l, Schuyler & Son's Ilaidwaro Store. Apr.M'7.i-tf gAMUKI, IvN'OItli, A T T O li N 13 Y-A T-L A W, IILOOMSIUIKCI, PA. (mice, Ilnrtman's Illock, corner Main nnd Market directs ()ct. 8, 7S onvis, ATTortNKY-AT-T.AW. (iFEirK-lloom No. 1, "Columbian" llulldlng. Sept. 1S.1S7B. c 1 AV.MIIJ.Klt, ATToii::r.Y-AT-i.AW onice In Drawer's building, second lloor.room No. ! llloomsburg, Pa. Jul1,T3 y Q V. fi V. J, lujclcXTKw, ATTOUNHYS-AT-IAW, P.loomsburg, Pa. Ofllce on Main Street, llrst door below Court House Mar.0,'7J-y F. it- J. JI. claim;, ATTOIINEYS-AT-IWV, llloomsburg.Pn. April 10,'71-y nrnvEv f.wimi suirn. Offleo InEntsllulldlng. A. ram r imi smith. ,i Cl!i:Vl:f,!N(l SMITH A SOX, ATTOIINCYS-AT-LA W, llloonisburg. Pa, SifAII titisinens entrusted to our euro III reclevo prompt intention. Julyl,'73 y J? V. l!IU,MKYKi:, . ATTOIiNMY AT LAW. OiTicr.-AdJolnlng C. II. A V. ,r. Ilucknlcw. llloomsburg, Pa. Apr. u,'7S-ly. K. 11. I.ITTI.K. ItOB'T. II. I.ITn.K. J7 II. & It. It. LITTLE, ATTOIINEYS-AT-IJVW, llloomsburg, Pa. :3!P.usness before tho U.S. Patent oniccntlended to. omco In tho Columbian llulldlng. !y as jIIOCKWAY A ELWELL, A T 'J'O H X K Y S-A T-L A W, Cnt.DMiiuN HciLiiiNn, llloomsburg, Pa. Members of the United Stntes I.w Association. Colli'dlons made hi nnr part or America. Agents fur Conllneii till Life Insurance companv of .cy iuiu, .imni-ih iii-nriv jt.uinr.iKie, i ne uesi in tne eouul r;. send forilescilpttepnniphlit. tf II, 1. 1AM IiltYSON, ATTOKNEY-AT-LA W, Cenlralia, I'a. Feb is, '7r.-ly. MISCELLANEOUS. IItOWN'S HOTEL, llloomshurg. I'a., 11, O Slohner, Pioprletor. Aecoiomod.it Ions llrst eiass. fl.sj totl.ooperday. Kestauraut attached. Octobers, '75-tt .c. M. BROWN, lu.s removed Ids Hoot and SboeStoro ftom Hrnwn's Hotel lo 1st uoor aooo wngonseiler and Miarpuss . Towaiida Iloot3 a bpecialty. He palrlngilonu at shoi t nollce. Q M. DIMNKEi:, 0 UN anil LOCKSMITH. sewing Machines nnd Maiblncrycf all kinds re paired. Oi-fiia lloi'si: llulldlng, Illoomsbuig, I'a. (Xll,'7siy 2XCHAN(iE HOTEL, Opposite tliv :om 1 ISoiinc, lil.oo.Msnuiin, PA. Tho Lakoist and Hkst In ulltcspetls Intheeounty W, P.. KOONS. Proprietor. (ict. M,'75.ly HOW EL L, 1") If. N T I S T. omco In Hnilinnn's Dlock, teeond lloor, coiner Main and Market Mricts, KI.00.MS1IUIIU, Pa. .May 2fi-ly. T7 J.TlIOItN'luis lJJt won would aiuiouneo to tho eitlensof Illooms. I mi ir and Mclnltv that bo lias lust rcccliodnfull and compute assol tiueut of WALL l'AI'EIt, WINDOW SHADES, FIXIt'ltES, t'OllDS, TAPSEIil, and all other goods In bis lino of business. AH tho lieivestnnd most appiined patternsof Ihuday ale aluajs to Im found In his estubllshinenl, Main street, bilow Market. net. S.'JK IM3AS llItOWN'S INSURANCE AOEN- cv, Exchange Hotel, liloomsuurg, Pa, Capital. .. II, M 11,000 . ?l,lil 11,0, 0 . 13 f 00,11011 . 10,11110, 00 . 3,tlMl,HJl ., 1,1110 UIU ft' e.inHi 2:U,oiio .. 1 .OOO.IH K) 75,0"0 .. s,n o.noii .. 17,0lU,IKJO Etna, Ins Co., of Hartford, Connecticut. Liverpool, London and (llobu Koyaf of l.lu-rpool Laiieaiishlro Fire Association, I'hlladi Iphla American of Philadelphia Alias of llartronl Wyoming, of Wilkes llan o Farmers Mutual of DanMlIo Dam Mln Milt Hal Home. New York , Commercial Union Tho 1111 Street Indicator. THIS WEEK'S ISSUE SENT I'llEE. Contains Plctorl.il Ulustrnllonsofllulls nnd Hears, Also, full and complete Instructions how tooieru!u In stocks and siisk Prltlleges, Capital hltsaiul hiiggestloiis. Also, a list of Valuablu l'leuilums to uiuus. "senu ror iw IIUCKWALTEll : CO., Hankers nnd limbers, P. o. Hox 4317. 1U Wall St., New York City. Mar.8l,'70.-ly Columbia County BAKTK, OF BLOOAISHUHG, PENNA. Voimerly Iho Hunk of Espy, removed April llrst, IKjo. Ibcoineiilenllyjocatiil In thueontral partof Iho toun, und does 11 general IIANKIMI business. .Mono) iwi liiiloii ilciubltbutiju't totherk Willi ouliiollcu. Ssulalarraiigeiueiilinade "lib depos itors, una Interest ullovud on llmo Deposits, Jstue Draflitm Ntw York uml l'hiladelphin. collections innilu on all important lowns In Iho Ir, S., ut lowest inUHOf exchango, lionds mid stiKita Isiught and told, uud coupons coll, led. Every w turlty gh ell Ui di'Jsltoi s tbut can bo ollored by uiy Hank. Discount Days; Tuesday and Erlttty. HATH, SIX J'KII CENT. Aug. 10, u-ciii. 1 11 is) I'ti'Cii is on ni l; Willi . ROW ELL & pHESMAN . Advertising V- Agents, THIRD A CHESTNUT BTS., ST, LOUIS, M 1)A1'EH HAGS X. Wit HA 1.17 AT THE 00LUM1IIA OKKJCE. m r f j. a. Mil Mtirm M i l tfMt 1 AAA M Jy A LMPOJITANT TO ALL. Uio discoverer nnd compourdcr of the far-famed Compound "Syrup of Wild Cherry nnd oilier valuable preparations, entered upon his professional career with the Important udMii.tiigo or a regular medical education In one or the oldest ami best schools In Philadelphia, ami, perhaps, In the world Ho subsi'uueiitlv sened II llll fatlhrul term of practice In the riill.ub lphla Dispensary, and for ma ny years mienueu in lie1 nospnai. in tuii-o insiitii tlnns l.e rtijojert the most nmplo opportunities of ob taining fin in'lght Into diseases In all their vnilous forms as well us for asiertnlnlng the best methods of Ihcl Irenttnent. In ottering, therefore, totbu peo ple of the rutted Slates tin) fruits of Ids extensive professional experience In the medical compounds n I Im best results of his skill and observation, he feels that be Is but prorferlng n noov to every family thronghout tho land, resting, as he does, eonlldenily 111 the merits nnd enicutlotis lrtiinnf theielii' dhs be herevvltlveominends. The vast ninountul tesll mony from all pirts of tho world has proven "Doc tor SW.UM.N COMPOUND SYHI'P OF WILD CIIEIIUY" the most efficacious remedy known, nnd It Is niliultlid by our most eminent physicians, and alMvhobavn witnessed Its wonderful healing piop ertles. Tho WILD 01IHItlt In all cges of tho world and In all countries where It Is known has been Just ly celebratee tor Its wonderful medicinal qualities, but Its gicat power to euro some of the worst nnd most distressing diseases among us vtas never fullv nscei tallied until tlic experiments of that skllfuil phjslclan, Dr. swnv ne, had demonstrated Its high adaptation. In comt (nation with Pine Tree Tar, nml oilier equally valuable vepelublo Ingredients, which chemically combined renders It- action tenfold more certain and bencllcl.il In curing all diseases of the throat, breast nml lungs. Dlt. hWAYNfc'rt WILD CIIKUIIY COMPOUND strikes ntlho root of disease by purlfjlng tl.o blond, restoring lb" liver nnd kld ne.vs to liealtbv action. Invigorating Die nervous nnd shattered constitution. Ir jour druggist or store keeper dors not hav e It, do not be put otr by any other remedy Hint may bo onered, but send to us ilf recr.nml wn w III forward a half doyen to anv address, fri tght paid, on receipt of the pi Ice, it per Isittle, or the half dozen. Address Ictlets to Hit. SWAYNK K SON, 11:111 North Sixth stieet, Philadelphia. No charge will b mado for udvlcc. AnU Your ISiiinsIst for Tlicm, 1i'inn!e-i nml all vvlio v ali.e hi a'lli should never lov.lllio.lt I'll. nVV ', 1 M. s I ,it Mi S M.sAI'.X l.ll.l.A 1'Illl.M, ur the., I ill If., loeliliuil, leioove a) obstruction-, clr.ui-v the sklu of nil pimples mat liloirlie.-, and lull, g theilih t'lolll liclth lolh.' paie 1 net s. reiuain liivgiiati iue me lesioreu 10 a ftealtli, condition. 'Ihej ate aceiltdn euieror sick uudNeivous Headache. Asa Dinner 1111, nothing can e.ceed them : luku one, twu. or ihlee, as lua.v be found uecessarj ; 110IIL0 oiiieis, lhe nelii.cr gilpe, produce nausea, or liny oilier i'iip!ci.ruiil senMilIon. while Ibeyare ns povveilut as It Is po-s bio for a medlclue to t e and bo I1.11 mless. These I'HIs clcai.su out the dlsu:deied humors, enrich and puilfy Iho blood, U'lnove till unbeallhj bilious i-ccietkms of the slouiach and bowels, causing a perfectly healthy state or the liver, ahunio undoubtedly the bust ca ttail Ilc and antlLlllous 1111 dlciuo jet discovered; und we nro determined mat the sick shall nave them nt a price within tho means of tho poorest (g.j ecu is a box of mi I'llN.) If jour druggist or storekeeper has not got them, do 11' t bo put on by anv otlnrs lh.it uui) be olteied In their place, but sci.il to us di rect, and we will loiiv.nd by mall, on rccilptol tbo pi Ice, V3 tents a box or 11 vo boxesesl. Swayne' a Qintmsnt, Is particularly nd.ipted to all forms of skin dls easts. Vures even whrn all oilier 1 eme ctlcs and treal mi nt fall. Cures Tetter, Salt Itheuiii. Harbor's Itch, Prarle licit Soie Heads, Humors, Piles, All Kiupllous, Scald IP ad, ltlogwnrm, Pimples, sores, Army lull, blotches, si urvv. Chronic Erj Hrolas of tho face. SW AYAH'S OIXTMKIVV Sccrr.sto curoevry case, leaving I he skin smooth mid clear without a blemish behind. Itching Piles Is generally preceded by a moisture, llko peisplra t'.oo. dlstii sslng Itching, ns though pin woiins were irawllng In or nboiit. the rectum, particularly at nlghlwlieu undres.slng,or In bed nrter get I lug warm. It appears In wimnur as well as wln'er, oflenlliiK. shows Itself around I he pi I vale parts, and Is not eon llned to males only, but Is null'' ns frequent thai fe males nte Hurvy untitled, partlculaily In times of pregnancy, exleodlng leln the vagina, liovlnz dls-liessln-r almost be.vond t'-" powers of einpitaiiee. Cjsesof longsl.andlng. pronounced Incurable, have been pi rmniicnily ciiud by slmplj nppljlng StV.tVX I3 S OSXTilJ EST. EXTltACTS FI10M LETTERS. Dr. S'-aj ne A Son :-(:enllemen The box of oint ment vou sent mo by moll cured 100 enllielv of Itch ing Piles, vvhlih I siiriered with furtive jears. 1:11-elo-ed ilnd ntij cents forui.olhcrboi tor a lilend i,r mind. Aniuikvv .1. hcacii. 1'aimvvell Station, Loudon Co., Ya. He". Isaac Holland, Webster, Taj lor county W, Ya. writes: November si), 1S73-I have been a sullen r Hum llehlng Piles. I procured is box of jour ointment, lastsoilng which gave 1110 Instant teller, and ret I 'oiitldint It will i ili ( 1 a peiinaiient emu Eialostd tind lltly cents, fur which pleasuseiidiuoaiiu(hi.rbo by mall. An Eruption of 8 ITcars Standing. I was troubled wllh on eruption if tlgnt jo.us llcldng. lutoleriible ut limes; tried maiiv ueara tlonn wlihout ilndlng relict. Through 'iho use of swaj lie's AlMIealliigolntrceut 1 unit nth elvcureiL ,Iosi:i'ii Lavidki.t. At Horlsman i Eros., Hh and Cheiry, Phiia. I was entirely cured cf Tetter In Its worst form by Dr. Swn.v lie's All-Heallng oint ment, nnd shall be happy to explain mj case to all who may call upon mu. Jamfs .McKivi.rv, W esl End Hotel, 23d Street, below Lombard, Mill ulolphta. Suit bv mall lo nny address oniteclpt of prlce.to cents u box. Desrilbo symptoms In all communications, and ad dress Ii tiers to DII SWAYNE & SUN, Philadelphia. No dull ge Tor adv Ice. l'Olt SALE 11Y ALL Dltl'C' '.ST.. Sole Piopiletord antl .M.uiuraetiuerb of SWAYSE'S PANACEA, celebrated all over tho world for its remarkable cures of scrofula, Meieuilal und sypldllile complaints and incases v lit re, Svphllllle virus of iho parent t'liu-es ilevelopnient of sj ilnlls or Hrofiila In the child nothing his ever proved so cut etna! In rnm uletelv erailleailne; every vi'stliro of these il.nererniih couipl.iltiUniid till diseases ailslng from Impuilty or tbebliKsl. 11,1 parilcularto nblnlutho genuln, ns prepared by 111). SWAYNE v SON, !U0 I , I'.lh sl.tl'l,Il.iilellii i. k. ll,l ll,n ,nii I. Ln.ll,l,i Ii' as there mu preparations of soinovvliat'tlnilhir liam'o In the market. IS YOUR HAIR FALLING Oil TUKNINf! (I1IAY? 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Tho wandering mat In r, whoso o c e.xplorci Tno vvcallhlest lsls,lho most cm hunting shores, Vl?ws liota realm so bountiful and fair, Nor breathes tbo spirit of purer nlr 1 tn every ellinu Hi" m ijfnet of Ids soul, Touched by remembrance, trembles lo that polo ; l'or la tills 1 ind of )i 1 ivvn's peculiar g?aco, Tho hoi Hugo of nature's noblest, tjco, There Lsa spot of rarlh supremoly blest, ; A dearer, sw ecter spot than all Iho rest, Where manjcreallon's 1 rant.c.'sts asldo His sword and cceptre, p.igentry ami pride, Wldlu In Ids softened loots benignly blend Tbo she, tho son, Iho liii'baud, brother, friend. Hero woman reigns ; tho mother, daughter, wife, Strew vv llh fresh ilowcrs the narrow way of llfo I In tho clear heaven of her delightful cjo An angel-guard of love and graces llo ; Around her knees domestic duties meet, And nresldo pleasures cambol nt her feet. Where shall that land, that spot of earth be foundl Art thou n man 1 n patriot t look nround ; Oh, thou shalt nnd, liovvo'er thy footsteps roam, That land thy cotritry, nnd Hint spot thy homo I TUB WAY OF TUB WOULD. 11. .'I, JOIIDAV. There are beautiful songs that wo never sing, And names that an ticverspoken, There aro treasures guarded xvltli Jealous caro And kept ns a sacred token. Thero nro faded Ilowcrs, and lo'tcra dim With tears that have rained above them For the ncklo wor js ant, Iho faithless hearts That taught 113 how to lovo them. Tliero are sights that come In our Joyous hours To chasten our dreams of glndness, And tears that spring to our aching ej'es In hours of tho'tghllesa sadness. TV' Hie blp'iest bin that "111',-s In Fpilng Wl'l lilt ta wrl'iif summer. , An I Up th t kl 'sed In f in.l--.vt lovo Wl'l , mli" on th Srs! a-sw ecmnr. Over the brea-st wIita lilies rest In while hands stl'led forever, The roses of .Hint vv HI nod and blow, Unheeding the hearts that svcr. And Hps that quiver In silent grief, All words of liop3 refusing, Will lightly turn to tho lleetlng Joys That perish with H19 using. Summer blossoms and winter snow3, Lovo und Its sweet elyslan ; Hope, llko a siren dim nnd fslr. Quickening our fainting vl-lon ; Drooping spirit and fulling pulso Where untold memories hover, Eyelblls touched with the so il of death And tho Utful dream Is over. Miscellaneous. A WONI)i:i!FL'L FOIiF.IUNLT.. HOW HE DIsCOVEItS Cl'.I.Vi: HY MEANS OP A DIV1N1NO HOD. f?(ino retiiiirknlili! fuels vvcro told a rejiort cr tho other day in t oiincction with ii Krctieh 111:111 Hiimetl Jr.cqiKs Carctnc, vvhoso shill with tho divining rod lius earned him nt lit tle celebrity uinoii;; the suiierstitioua of his own coiiiilrjnieii. Alumt thrco years tigo, in tho vullcy of tho Meusc, five miles from Seruinjr, in Iiolgiiim, .1 now shaft for a pro jected coal initio was commenced. The stock company wore satisfied ihat mi excel lent quality of mineral lay licncutli them. Two of their number, MM. Chaitvin nnd Gamier, wcro npprchensivo tiiat obstaciis might bo incoiintcrcd in sinking the shaft, iipproaeliing us it did tho northwesterly spur of tho Vosgcs, which would miitcrially detract from the subsequent profit of tho n terpiisc. M. Chniivin dreatled water, ii iainier was afraid of a deep band of igneous rock. Their partners laughed at them. They sent secretly to a vitiligo near Xordlin gen, in Wurleinbiirg, for a man named Jacques Carenie, famous lor his divinations by means of rfiubdoinancy. Carcmo was placid over the spot vvheio ground had been broken for the shaft. "IIo held in his hands a straight stall' cut in two ; ono extremity of tho o'lt half was hollowed out, the other half was shaiicnid and rouuikd nt the end, and this end was inserted in tho hollow nnd the -minted stick could rotate in tho cavity liko a bull in a socket." Almojt as soon ns lie had placed himself in petition there was a v iolcnt action of tho stick in tho cavi ty. IIo boldly asserted that thero was a tre mendous quantity of water below. Tho two partners sold out of tho company. The shaft was proceeded with. At tho depth of 100 feet an citurnious lissiiro or gullet vvn encountered, almost vvidti enough for n man to pass through, l'jwn this gullet a stream of water lushed in upon tho sinker.-; with tho finco of a liU.'iruct. All progress for a time was prevented. 51. C'oulson, the most expei it'iiccd sinker 'in Europe, directed oper ations. Heavy pumping machinery wish erected, and a drilt was constructed to carry this water to the river. Thero ivro four thirty inch pumps, anil they discharged wa ter at the rato of 7,!00 gallons per minute. Thero had never been seen in Europo such powerful pumping apparatus, Notwith standing their exceptional rowers, they vvcio quite inadequate. Tho water flowed in In greater forco and volume tlinn over. Th company made up their minds that it Wtt" useless longer to struggle against a condition of things that appeared to bo irresistible. Shortly afterwards, Jacques Careme, by means of his singular divining rods, discov ered the perpetratoinof a mysterious murder. Tho two culprits confessed tho crime, and, according to sentence, wcro broken upon tho vvhcil in tho i'laco des Terraux, ferning. This triumph of his art iniido Carcmo for a time the popular Idol, Naturally, however, criminals of all classes regarded I1I111 with tho deepest aversion. At any moment ho might bo Induced to exerc.su his skill in de tecting their crimes. They, therefore, form ed 11 conspiracy to murder Iiim, but receiv ing timely warning ho buminarily quit the country. During the early part oflast win ter ho arrived in Now York and proceeded tn Sag llnrbor, where he has a married sis ter. On Christmas eve n neighbor named Ay toun, while absent from home hud his hoiiso broken into und a quantity of wearing ap parel stolen. Tho fact was mentioned to Oarcme, "1'erhaps I may bo able to discover tho thief," ho quietly said. On reaching the room w hero tho theft had been committed tho rods revolved rapidly in his hand, und they continued to rolato In his fingers us long ns he remained wltnlii, nnd also when he ciimo outside, nml continued in a certniu direction, but ceased to turn if he diverged from It in tho sllghest degree. Guided by his rod, Carcmo went from lano to hiuo in tho direction of Aiimgnnsct, Thero ho en tered n cottage nnd jissertcd with warmth' ow r conltjjtf to thcn-severnllon of the occupant, that tUi thief had entered his room sometime tltiriihr tho previouii day. The man said thntt fas Impossible, ns ho hud been from lion Jjc 'id the door had been locked. "Then tho .yfniloiv was open," said Carcmo, ennfi dciilrj Pure enough the window bad been nppti.'i The hotuo had been entered and nn old-'iiiiliinetl gold watch, tho gift ota form er cmpbiyer, stolen frntn a bureau drawer In the little bed room, Johnson, iho owner of tho watch, now joined Careme In the quest and li( gar. d with open mouth nt tho queer perforniunees of the rliabdoinanccr nn I his whirligig sticks. The track ltd to l'at Hampton, nnd to a dilapidated looking hut In th'aT jdace. The sticks rotated violently as tlicV npiiroached the door and knocked. Whoija voiio in-ido cried "who's there?" Cnremc was so much agitated that ho near ly mulled. The door was opened ; the thief stood Pcftire them, " Hectirc the man," said Careme, "it is he." Tho fellow, after tho most positive denial, was finally overcoino by hli f nperstitioiH fears and confessed tho burglaiies. The clothes nnd the watch wcro product I, and on the thief's promising fu ture reformation, with tears in his eyes, he was niit given up to justice. On tho Uth of June Inst past a wealthy family in Ilicksville, Long Island, missed froiri'ftio family safe a quantity of valttnblo jewelry, consisting of diamond rings, gold bracelets, watches, chains, etc., to the value of over $7000. The safe was intact. The lock was perfect. Tho key was in safe keeping. It was evidently no burglar's work ; nor could tho servants, of whom there wero two, have bad any hr.'id in the robbery. No one could havo opened tho safo unless they knew the combination. Thero wcro only four persons who knew it the father and mother and the son and daughter, both (tin last named of whom have attained their stnajori'v. fb'or'i, the son. N a steady, re llcious young man, a strict tr-etolaler nnd a patron' of Young Men's Christian Associa tions. Ho hud frpo access to the s.ife and its contents at nil times. So had his sister. They had no inducement fur ahVtyactiiig by st&ilth what they could have pJsesed themselves of openly, He-id--, iho key of the safe had been locked up in tho old gen tleman's writing desk for three weeks, and had been last used in the presence of the diughter, when placing a bracelet that had been recently repaired, in the safe. A private detective of some experience was consulted, lie was greatly perplexed. His suspicions not unnaturally fell upon soino one of the six inmates of the house. Ho finally dismi-sid the theory as untena ble. ''Somcof the family must be somnam bulists," he laughingly suggested. He could discover no trace of the jewcliy in any of the New York or Iirnoklyn stores where such valuables were likely tn find their way, and he assured the family that it was a ease which time and perseverance alone could solve. Tho subject meanwhile was kept a profound see.ct. The two servants were placed under strict espionage. George, the son, had been to S.ig Harbor on business on tho first day of tho current month, and ho casually heard sonio of the details of Car eino's discovery of the stolen clothes and watch. IIo determined to see tho rhabdo mancer. Ho beheld a quiet little man, with 11 soft, violet cyo and (luxeii hair, with small artistic lingers a.id a neck like a woman. IIo spoke lOuglish remarkably well for a foreigner, but was unwilling to enter into details rc-pecting ills own performance in Germany mid Uolgiuin. Ho said it was a divinely imparted power, nnd therefore, not a subject for self-glorification. The story of the inysteriou.ss.ife robbery was told. Carcmo listened with interest. "I cannot tell, but peihaps I may bo able to nssist in some way." That night ho slept in tho Hicksyillo mansion. After breakfast next morning ho was conducted to the scene jf tho robbery, with tho rods placed between his two ex tended palm?. Tliero was 110 motion ds ho traversed the corridor and a-cended the stair way. Hut when ho reached the small safe, tho rods rotated tremulously and the man's pulse could bo plainly perceived to riso as if be had an accc-s of fever. Tho same motions nnd symptoms mani fested themselves ns ho proceeded down tho back staircase incd'hy tin) servants. Then the trail led through a window aim into tho garden. Tho robber had come from with out! The trail led by an eccentric circuit to tho railway station. Tho burglar had left by a train. Three lines of railroad centre at ilicksville ; which had ho taken? Car oine said ho would have' to try this by expe riment Hi mint travel every lino and g-t out at every station until he recovered tho track of the fugitive. Ilisssill had never been before cculVoiitid with tho dillicultics of a inilroail, and ho was confused. Ho traveled to Syossct, Cold Spring and North port on n bleevelcss errand. Then ho tried WcslUiry, Mincohi, Jamaica and Hrooklyn whero he recovered tho scent. George, who accompanied Carcmo 011 this extraordinary quest, laughed incredulously. It s cmed mero midsummer maducss. Hut the sticks rotated and Carcmo's f.ico was llushed with excitement. They camo to Fulton l'eiry, croscd, and ii'jaiu tho trace was lost. Car 01110 was troubled nud perplexed. Just then, howcyer, a strange thought flashed across the young man's mind. "Como with me," said he, and they proceeded to the corner of Hroadway and Wall street. Again the sticks began to violently ntalp. Careme led the way down Wall street, passed Hroad, and still continued onward). At tho door of a certain building ho stopped, and proceeded up stairs, Georgo was so agitated that his knees could scarcely support him. With fit ul precision the door of u room was reached and entered, Tho young irun's dearest friend wns tho only iiiiuate. "This is tho man" said Car cmo. A wild, exciting and painful scene followed. "Why you have not been at Hlcksvillo In two years," Haid George, "Yes I have," was tho guilty confession. Tho ex citement ot the gambler's tabic, heavy lo--es, betrayal of friendship theso wcro the nallt'iH points of tho story, Ho had learned tho secret of tho combination had abstract ed tho key from George's pocket, mado n cast of it and had another manufactured. While tho sister and her rroVier wcro resid ing nt his homo in f 00 y tho wretched gambler procccdttl to III uaville, nud whllo iho old gentleman am icorgo wcro in tho house proceeded quietly to rifle tho safe. Hud he been discovered ho purposed to pass tho thing oil' as a good practical joke, nnd of course (ho explanation would havo been ac cepted. Some of tho goods wilt bo recover ed, but tliero will lie uo exposure. 1876. How to Hiimlifotinil 11 Ituhbrr. It happened upon ono ocrnlnn that your imcln Trunk had to go to London upon soino linptiitiint business. I was not In very good health, nud retired to my bed-room nboiit two hours before his departure, lie proinijul to como up nnd wish me good-bye bc-f'oro hi'startitl, which-would be between twelve nnd hub o'clock 1 11 the morning. The mailer which called hlni away whs connected with the bank hr-rc, which bud just been burned down j and my hn-b'ind, It scetn. though I did not knnw it n iho lime, had many thousand pounds belongitu; to the concern In his possession, locked up III the iron s-tfo in our bedroom, when- tho plate was kept. Ho was bank manager, and re sponsible for the whole of it. It was winter and there was a firo in this room, so bright ami comfortable that I wn in no hurry to get into bed, but sat up, looking Into the fiery coals, and thinking about all sorts of thinss. It wns a little after eleven 'o'clock when I got into bed, but I did not feel tho least inclined for sleep even then. I knew that Frank wmild be coming to wish mo good-bye prtsenlly; and besides, thero seem ed to be all sorts of noises about tbo room, which my foolish car.i always used to hear when I wns alone at night. You may im agine, then, my horror, when I heard a tremendous sncczo within a quarter of an Inch from me, just behind the head-board of the bed and between that nnd the wall, where thero was a considerable spacj. The only thing, as I believe that saved my reason Irom departing altogether, when I first Lcard that terrible sound, was that my mind clung to the hope that it was, alter all, but the Mieczo of n cat. Fifty cats together could not have made such a disturbance, it is true, for it was the sneeze of a man who sneezes in spile of himself, and almost shook the house. Thetir-xtititant the wretch had tiwil fg-.ii', and pi'shln- aside tho bed, winch rol'ed in ei -tor-, I !elt lie was stand ing I'csl.lr t'iy pillow, looking nt me. ff 1 e had tivci only ori sncizo he might have believed me, n I lay quite still, brcnthin a reiiuljrly ns I could, and pretending to hi t-hvp ; but he reasoned very justly, that unless I was deaf or dead, I must have been awakened by the second. "You're awake, inarm," said he, in n gruff voice, "and ils no tiso shamming 1 If you don't want a tup with this.life-pretervcrjust look alive!" I oprned my eyes exceedingly wide at this and beheld a man, with a crape over his face, standing by the bod. He held a sort of club with two knots upon it in hi.-right hand, and with hit left be pointed to the, iron -afe. "Is tho money there?'' said he. "Tho plalo is," said I, in a trembling voice. "T.i'.'ft it. sir' f mu sum vnn nr.. tweic.1 r ... 1. ..... ...... , , thin "iigui. nave nun cvery- 1 ai 'g oi value in tno nouse, witu all my .Vart, so he left me my life. "Tho money -the gold tho notes, are they there?" cried he again, in a terrible sort of whisper. "It is all there," replied I, although I knew nothing about it; "for I would not deceive you, sir, on any account." "You had better not," observed tho bur glar, grimly, "or it will bo all the worso for you." He produced a key like 0110 my hus band u-ed, and approached the iron safe; but as lie did so his guilty car caught a foot step on tho staircase. "Who's that?" cried lie. ".My husband, sir," returned I; "but, pray don't hurt him ; piay." "Is ho not going to town, then?" cried the rufliaii with an oath of disappoint ment. "He is going at 12 o'clock," replied I; "he is indeed." "If you tell him, "said tho burglar hoarse ly "if you breathe but one word of my presence hero it will bo tho death doom of you both ;" he had slipped into the alcove, and drawn tho bed back again to its place in an instant. Your Uncle Frank leaned over tho pil low lo kiss me, and observed how terrified I looked. "You havo been frightening yourself about robbers again, I suppose, my silly child. "Not I, Frank," leturned I ns cheerfully as I could ; "I have only a little headache," but I said with my fingers so that ho could plainly read it in tho firelight "For God's sake, hush ; there's a man behind tho bed head." Your Undo Frank was ns bold ns a lion, and had nerves like iron. Hnonly answered, "where is your sal volatile, dearest?" and went to the mantel piece to get it. I thought ho could never havo understood, he spoke with so much coolness and unconcern, until I saw his fingers reply as ho tonic up the bottle : "All right, don't bo afraid I" and then I was not afraid, or at least not so much. "Ho has a life preserver," said I with my fingers "Your firo is getting rather lovv.Georgev," observed he, taking up tho poker, "I must leave you a good lire to comfort you before I go." He poked tho fire, nnd left the pok er in, but without ever taking his eyes off mo and the bed-head, "I will Just ring tho bell and sen whether Thomas has got my purtinanteaii ready. ".Mary." continued he lo the maid that answered the bell, "send Thomas up." Then when she had gone upon that errand : "lly Jove! I never travo him that key ; where is It, Georgey ? I have not a minute to lose. I- it in your dressing-case with tho rest thero? I shall bo an ago In looking for It. 5ilght I ask you to get out of bed for an instant and show mo which it is?" Ho said with his fingers, "jump I" and I jumped ynu may bo sure, Dicky, quickly enough, and wns insido the dressing-room, nnd with tho door locked lu half a second, "Como in, Thomas," said your uncle, "come in," for Thomas was modestly hesi tating nt tho chamber door : "thero is sonio blackguard has got into the house, nnd if he makes tho least resistance, I'll kill him with this hot poker," Atthcso words tho bed was pushed slowly outwards, nnd tho burglar, without his crape mask, nnd with a faco as judo ns nshes, em erged from hs hiding place. Your Uncle Frank knew him ut oneo as having been a bank messenger, who had been turned out of his situation sinco tho flre,upou suqdclon of dishonesty, "Oh, sir, linvo pity on me," cried he. "I'm an unlucky dog. If it had not been fur 11 sneeze, I should havo had ten thousand dollars In my pocket by this time," TUB COUJ.MMAN, VOL. X, NO. 41 C0LUM1IIA DF.MOCJIAT, V0I..XU.NO. 85 "Oh. you catnonfter that did you," sail my husband coolly. "Well, plcnso to give up that 1Kb preserver you havo in your pocket beforo wo havo any moro conversa tion." "And did your lady tell you that, too," cited the villain, In neccnts of astonishment, as he delivered up tho weapon to the ser vant;" nnd yet I havo stood by her yonder and never heard her utter a .vord." "I never spoke," said I, through the dressing-room key bolo. "Then it Is a judgment on me," cried tho miserable wretch, "nml It's no good to fight ogninst it." "It's not tho least good," replied your Un cle Frank, decisively, "and you will go to tho police ofiico nt once." So oil went tho burglar In their custody, leaving poor Aunt Gregory sife and sound after all. And now, don't you think there may be some use in learning everythlng,evcn so small a thing ns the deaf and dumb alphabet ? Wiring (lot a llnlly. General John Goshvviclcr, ono ofthe lead ing capitalists of California, nnd ono of tho really good fellows of that state, tells n thrilling story : Ouo day In early times he was standing in n pioneer shanty saloon, in company with a great big fighter who was tho terror of tho camp and town. There was nothing this giant could not whip, nnd very little that ho had not whip ped. Tho big fellow was bitting near the bar when n stranger entered. He was not more than twenty-five, slenderly built, pale, with big eyes, delicate features, nnd a hand like a girl. Ho stepped quietly up to the bar and asked for a glass of brandy. The glass was placed beln'o him, whereupon the bully roo frim his t-li.iir, pin his big br.'.vnv hum in Irion o,' t!ic youiig-te.r. t the brandy mid drum it. Tile otiuir 'nun said nothing, but qu'otlv laid down lour nits and -aid : "Give mo another glass of brandy." The tirandv was put our, iho glass was filb'd ami tin- bully again reached lorward, took the L'ln-s and drunk it. Tin- young ster put foil-bits on the counter and said easily : "Givo me two glasses of brandy." The two glasses vvero put out, nnd filled nnd the bully the third time reached for ward, took a glass and drunk It. The voting man paid no attention even to the giant's pistols and knives.but taking the other glass drank it and put down a dollar. Then witli easy manner, he luft Hie har for the door, walked five nr six steps turned like a flash of lightning and shot tho bully through tho heart. As he walked out of the door he said to one of tho bvstnrjlers : "I bat fellow might havo hurt somebody, yet." Tnoors that ark Not Wanted in tiih South. Company I), of tho Eleventh United States Infantry arrived in this city on Sunday, and wero obliged to lay over un til 5Ionday. They wcro from Fort Worth, or some other po-t in Texas, nnd on their way to tho Indian country in Dakota. A meddlesome Itadlcnl politician met the boys soon after they had pitched their tents on n hill above tho depot, and called out : "Hurrah, boys, for Hayes I" Not a solitary cheer responded. Ono of tho senromts stepped out of tho crowd and remarked : "You havo mado a mistake ; wo don't cheer for Hayes ; we aroTilden men." "What 1 you do not mean to say you op pose the men who givo you food and cloth ing? "Yes, wo do. We are tired of Grant nnd his trang, and as for our food nnd clothes, wo will excuse him for that if ho will let us loose." "Oh, nonsense, boys ; ynu don't mean to go back on Grant and Hayes ?" "Yes, we will go back nn nny man who keeps two-thirds of our boys in hiuo down in 'Dix'n' tn keep vvMto niPn down beneath tho nigsrers, nn 1 who sends a handful of us North to be killed nnd se.i'ned bv the In dians.armeil with etins nnd bullets furnished by Grant's brother Orvillo and his deputy post-traders ; and I will bet you a keg of beer that three-fourths of my company aro Tilden men." "I will take that bet." A vote was taken, and the vote in Com pany D. Kleventh United States Infantry, stood : Tilden, 10; Hayes, A. Kanuu Oily Times. A lady asked a very silly Scotchman how it happened that tho Scots who came out of their own country were, generally speaking, men of more ability than those who remain ed'at home. "Oh I madam," said ho "tho reason is obvious. At every outlet thero are persons stationed to examine all who pass; nud lor tho honor of tho country, no one is per mitted to leave it who is tiot a man of under standing," "Then," said she, 'T suppose you wcro smuggled !" In a thriving town of Michigan, a year or two ago, when tho country was full of agents, nnd almost everybody was agens for something or other, at certain infant of that to.vu, being blessed by tho advent of a baby brother, was very inquisitive as to whero tho little stranger came from. Being informed that Dr. S. had brought, it, ho stood In a brown study for a moment, when, with tho intelligent look of 0110 who has solved a dif ficult matter, ho askts.1: "Say, pa, is ho tho agent for them?" Touiiii:.m:d Glass. Tho new process for mnkirg a tough or unbrcaknblo glass, has been grcntly improved sinco its first an uounccmeut, nnd tho material, lu tho form of lamp chimneys, tumblers, etc., Is now of fered in commercial tiuautltics. Tho success attending tho experiments already mado Havo luspircii further research in the same field, and a number of new processes, of moro or less value, aro rcnortcd. In Hit original process, glassware raised to a red or melting heat, is plunged into a bath of oily and fatty matter, and tho result Is to frii'n tlin glass an entirely nsvv character. Instead ot uieuking wim a star-IIWo fracture uudero slight blow, it resist serious blows, nnd bo sides 11 certain amount of elasticity abovo Ihat it had before, displays a toughness nnd cohesion many times in excess of its ordina ry character. If broken at all. it dlslnln. grates and llloa into a great number of ml- unto particles, resembling qunrti sand. "rAiill'orrfif Mori,'" ikribntror October," Ono Inoh, (twelra llne nr Its eqntTftlent. In Nonp relltypHjono or two Insertions, i.twi tlirco lnsei Hons, ().( srAcx. 1M- sx- rM' ,T- Onalnoh fiM a.oo ll.m fw llp.JO Twolntbes n.w t i 1.o m.hi H.oo n.rw Inchu fi.',7 0 Pin ls.tfl 18i Fourlnches 7.oo una tun I7.u '.to ouarier column jm H.uo ii.i "' llalf column IS.O' so.ou .oo 0 Onu column .00 so.to 4U.00 co.oo IdO.oil Yearly art erllvmcnts pajablo nuartrrly. Tran sient ua ertlsetncnts must be paid for before Inserted oxecptwhero parties baionwounls. ..... l-egn! ndt en Isemenls two dollars per Incli for I hreo Inn-rllnns nnd at that rato for additional InserUona wltboutrefereneotolennth. ..... Kxecutor's, Administrator's and Auditor's notloco tbreo dollars, . . ,, Transient or f.ooal notices, twenty cents a lino, rczulnradvertlseinenlslinlf rnles. Cards In tho "llusiness Directory" column, ono dollar per car for each line. Tim S1100TINO Fisit. This very remark oblo fish is a nativo of tho AWst Indies. Naturo has constructed this aquatic sports man in n very singular manner, but ono ad mirably adapted to bis sporting predilec tions. Tho fish has a hollow cylindrical beak. IIo frequents the rivers or tho sea shore In search of food, and from tho unus ual manner in which ho pro'vides for his daily wants he derives his name. When this hungry gentlcmnn espies a fly or nn insect not taking duo caro of hlmsolf, but sitting on plants In shallow water, ho swims away to the distance of four or five feet, and often of six feet, that he may take aim at his prey ; nnd when ho ha3 done so to his satis faction, ho then with amazing dexterity and cleverness, ejects out bis tube-like mouth 0110 drop of water, which la so well di rected and so swiftly shot forth thnt it never falls tn knock the fly Into the water, and onco tliero nil hopo of escape is gone tho fish darts upon his prey and eagerly devours it ; thus supplying us with another instance of the diversified modes in which nature qualifies its countless millions of creatures with tho powers necessary for procuring food. A Siiecimen Enj-liidi Farmer. Tho London TWi'gn-p'isays : In the neigh borhood of Newbury, not a hundred mil from tho placo where John Hampden was born nnd bred, a sturdy yoeman has given us .-""specimen of what can be done eyen lato in the autumn of life by those who "scorn delights nnd live laborious d)," Mr. Chnrlvvood, a farmer and miller near New bury, and some years past the prime of his streng.h, made 11 small bet that he would singly and unassisted, cart twenty acres of wheat between the earliest moment at which he eoul.l bee in the morning and the last mo ment at which hf could tee nt night. Ho begun hi- woik m : Kr'.r.ay morning at 3.45 ." .. "r-ii of V, :. G. Hutchinson, at Cr okl aM, n ur iv, bury, nud by 9.20 at nii.-1't 1111.I t-ni'rtl the whole ontentsof the ivveiny nc.m-i. Tho ricks built from hU carting were live in number, thrcu of which were ten yards by live, one ten yards by six, and tine which was as the clownsays in tho pantomime "a little ouo in," It is calcula ted that while 5Ir,Charlwood was at work ho lifted from two hundred to two hundred and fifty sacks of wheat and fifty or sixty tons of straw, and It is said It would take throo ordinary agricultural laborers an entire day to get through such a job. Tho physical power of the British farmer has always been exceptionally above the average j but at tho same time it is seldom that wo come across a man who is able in the course of one day'a daylight to pitchfork into tho wagon twenty acres of wheat. It is too much the fashion at present to utter mournful prophecies of national decadence, and to declare sadly and solemnly that tho nation is going to 'tho dogi. As far however, as can bo made out, the ordinary physique of Englishmen was; never higher than it is now; und when ouo man swims the channel nnd another single handed carts twenty acres of wheat in sev enteen hours and three-quarters of continu ous work, thero is-not much reason to com plain of national degeneracy. A Silver Linikq in a Dap.k Cloud. There has lived in this city the past few jears a quiet modest gentleman by the name of l'eter Miller. He has resided inthisstato for tho past twenty years, worked in tho mines, and part of thu time at his trade,car peiiteriug. Years ago ho commenced to send homo to his widowed mother, living in Michigan, what ho could uiTurdto spare from his earnings. Being a bachelor, he could not brook the idea of having the idol of his heart toil in her declining years; consequently he sent her money at times, making no entry of it, but presuming that his worthy relative would use it as she deemed proper. After years of ab.scnce his mother kept writing for him to return, but like other old Californi aus, ho w as proud and did not desire to go back until he had sullicient to show that bo was from the golden state.' Time works changes, so it did with Peter. He lound himself about a month ago with out labor "etrapped," to use the common term -and the surroundings neither pleasant unsatisfactory. Ilewiuunvvell, and thought of home and the friend 1 of his youth back in tho wolvcrino districts. He wrote his mother that ho could not conceal his pride any longer, and stated tho situation; it he hud money he would return, b,ut ho had to make it. Monday last he re ceived a check for ifoUO, and in the letter It was stated that the mouey he had been send ing homo for years had been invested in real estate, and that he bad better como back and take charge of his properly, which was worth over fifty thousand dollars. Oakland, Oil., ' Irantcripl. WlHTCHN EriQ&TlJTrn. A Yankee trnv. cler out west has written to his mother, teL ling her his experience, ns follows : "West ern people ure death on etiquette. You can't tell a man ho lies, without fighting. A few days ago u mau was telling ouo of his neigh bors, in my hearing, a pretty large story. Says 1,'Stranger, that's a whopper 1' Says ha he, 'Lay thero stranger,' and in the twink ling of an eye I fouud myself lu tho ditch a perfect quadruped. Upon another occasion sats I lo a man I never saw before, as a woman passed, 'That isn't a specimen of your western women, is it?' Snjy he, 'You'ro afraid of fever and ucue ain't vou?' Verv much," says I. "Well, replied he, 'that lady is my wile, ana II you don't upologizo in two miuutCB. bv the honor of n I'enllpmnn T swear that tlieso two pistols' which ho held eockcii in ins Hands 'shall euro you of that uuorucr entirely ' eo 1 knelt down and po litely npoligizcd. I ndmiro tho'Westorn country much ; but diirn me If I can stand so much etiquette it ulways takes mo una wares. 1-r.i'BiSNCi: op 5IiNiv At n firo in a pro vincial town the goods in the burning shop hml to be cast into the street, and as a mat ter of course, the night being dark, tho arti cles were disappearing rapidly. A police man observing a man In tho act of picking up a flue cheese made his way through tho crowd and stationed himself behind so as to prevent any escape. Tno man rose with the cheeso In bis hands nnd " '1"M'6 decamp, but nn beholding the j-ollceuiau lie uuiiucniy ci.nngesi 111s muni, and placed the chiTM In tho pollccmnu' arms, remarking as he did so : "There, you bad better toko euro of that or muic ono will bo walking off with it."