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To subscribers out ol tlio
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ii ji lt not n il I In 11 irunco nud 3.ot If payment be
duyalbi oud tho year.
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011)1111 ijm, until Ail arrjaragus nro paid, but long
ooatifit'i r l,IUjr tu8 expiration of the tlrst
if ,f ill 11 Jm ,, , ,, ,
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aisumcs to pay t lie
mi' js must bet pil l for In advance, unless a respun
13l0 p iMon 111 -Jin noia i-uuuvy
posi'AtiKts no longer exacted from subscrlborsln
Tno .1 lbbltg n?p irtinont of tlio Cot.rstntAN Is very
eon ilete, nml our ! Ii Pilntlng vrlllcutnpnrc fatorn.
v Willi tli it "t tlio 1 irjjti elites. All work done on
m inJ, neatly and nt moderate prices.
Columbia County Official Directory.
ITS dl'nt tu Uo William El well.
A 4 n t tc .luiles I. K Ktlckiiiiurn, r. L. Shunian.
Vti linn lUf . .v.c, -11. Frank .arr.
0 1 irt r 'ii'jxiMu'H'r -s s. WnlUer.
I ,.si r c it or I r .villla'nson il.Jacoby.
j I'f Ut n ney lo in M. ClnrU.
iln rirr Jolin w IIMTmau.
h ,rva or law1 Daivitt.
Tf.niDT -lir II. W. Sb'lleynolds.
'in n'liliiurj-jolin llerner, 8. W. Mcllcnry,
JjS'iM ..11111. .. ..
Cinnl ,i.ii is "lork -William Kilckbaum.
A i lir Ji'- M V II. Kiln". I. II. Casey, II. II. llrown.
c ii j r lu i'i I. Murpli .
Jury lojuiH .UnursIacob II. t'rltz, William II.
i' nt sup.'rlntendent-WPIIam ll.snydcr.
Ill un Pair Mitrl-t -nireclors u. 1". Ent.f-co't,
vVra. Kramer, Bloomsburg and Thomas lteece,
Uo t, u. 1'. Knt, Secretarj .
S; IKSf' EiitorsandProprleters.
BLOOMSBUEG, PA., FRIDA7 , MAllCH 30. 1877.
thk Columbian, VOL. XI, NO. 13
COI.UA1I11A UltllODIlAii (Ula Al.ll, 11",
gnU of ilifrtisiuo.
rilirypeiont crtwo ltMttieru, fLSw; tbttnlajti
1MCI. IX. I'J
Ohelncu mo is.oo H.o to titu
Twolnches .w (.m T.it t.co it.W
Three Inches iuu l.oi oo 1.oo ls.i'
Kourlncbes 7.00 ea 11 o IT.oo tif
ouarter column..... .le.oo U.oo hco so.ro in.v)
llalf column 16.on IB.00 10.00 to.oo MO
ono column. tv.M to.oo 40.00 eo.co Ioo.o
Yearly adverlHemcntii payable quarterly. Trn
deDt adverttiementi mutt be paid for before innei ti 0
uicept where parties have accounts. -
Legal adTertlsements two dollars pertnehforthren
lnsertlutis, anil at that rate tor additional Insertion
without reference to length.
Executor's, Administrator's and Auditor's notlee s"
Transient or Local notices, twenty cents aline,
regular advertisements half rates.
Cards In the "liuilness Ulrectory" column, ono
dollar per year tor each line.
Bloomsburg Official Directory.
Illoo-nburi Hanking compinv lohn . Fimslon,
l'reil Ion , II. II. "ro I, cashier.
1'Ir.i .v.v lonal II ink -diaries it. l'axion, rresldenl
J. P. I'iisUii, Cashier.
Columbia Counn Mil ual Saving Vund and Loan
AssvU lan-II. II. Lit le, President, C. W. .Miller,
' IIIji nsi irg nulldlngnnd Saving Fund Assoclai Ion
-Win. i'o if oi'k. ITesld.nt,.l. II. Itnblson, Secreinry.
Iiloo-nuiirx Mil 11.11 navuix i-iniu ,m.u.iiv iuuu.
J. uro.vcr, Presldcn , C. (1. Hartley, secretary.
Itev. J. P. Tus'ln, (supply.)
s imlav srUceH-t !n in nndC;p. m.
Prayer .MeoiIng-i:very Wednesday evening at Ryi
2i s'frei!. Tho public niolnM'cd to nltend.
ST. MATTIIKrt's 1.U11IE11AS Cllt'llCII.
Minis er-llev..I. McCron.
s in lay services -toj a. in. and cxp. m.
u.o.r, , . Ur.l.nr.1 O . ,rt
I'm crMeo lug Kvery Wednesday evening at ta
seats' free. Xopews reined. All aro welcome.
Minis cr-Itov. Htuari Mi"hell.
Sunday services nix a. 1.1. anddp. m.
iM or Mr... in? iiverv Wednesday evening a' OX
Sea' s'freo. No pows rented, si rangers welcome,
MKTIIODIST FlMSCorAI. C11CKC1I.
Presiding Klder llev. S. S. llucklniham.
Minis er-uev. .1. s. McMurr.iy.
Sundav Sorvk'es-1 a andilM p. m.
Ululo Class-Kver Mon1l.1v evening at c,0c"'cl'
Y'imng ilen'n l'ra er jiee ing-i.very iucwj
nenornl Prayer Meetlug-Kvcry Thursday evening
Corner of Third and Iron streets.
I'astor-llev. o. 1). Hurley.
Sunday Sen lcos iok n. 111. and 7 p. m.
Sundav scnooi 11 a. m.
Prater Meetln? saturd.iv, 7 p. rn.
All aro lnvltid There Is nlwaj 3 room.
'.tictnr-llev l Zahner.
Kunilav SiTvlecs -1 , a. m., .', p. m.
Sunday school -OU. m. ,
First sun lav In the month, Holy Contnunlon.
Sendees preparatory to Coiiiinunlon on trlda)
2eiilngboiornlho t.t Sunday In each month.
Pows rented; but ever bod welcome.
Presiding Eliler-l'.ev. A. I- lleeser.
Si!ndiiSendcoil!.Vn,'l'ntlie Iron Street CUuich.
l'ra er MeCllng-livtry sabbath at i p. in.
All aro United. All are welcome.
THE CHURCH OK CIlllIST.
Meets In "the little Hrlck rhurch on the hill,"
kiimvn ns the Welsh lupllst l'hur.H-ou itock btreet
'"teRUlar meeting for worship, every Lord's day at
tCaH irnnd tho public are cordially lmlted to
J. C. KUTTKlt,
omce, North Market street,
17 1:. OltVIS,
Ormcr. t!nom No. 1, ' Columbian" Building.
jNonit & hitten'hendeu.
A i T U 1. i K Y-A l'-Ji A W,
omeo. llartman's Hlock. corner JIaIn nnd Market
streets Oct. b, '.0
onloe In Brower's building, second floor, room No,
, Uloomsburg, Pa. uly1,73 y
M. C. tCNX, L.S. WALLER.
FUNK t WALL Ell,
Attoi neys-nf Low,
omce In Coi uMctAN Iicildino. Jan. 19, '77-ly
p 1!. A W.J.nUCKALKW,
oniee on Main Street, first door below Court Uonso
T 1'. fj. JI. CLARK, "
Offlce In Ents Building.
. CREVKI INO SSIlin. nERVEV kwiko smith.
UllEVELIKG SMITH A SOX,
rv-All linslress entrusted to our caro will reelcve
pi ompt attention. JulyV73 S'
ATfOIlNEY AT LAW.
ofhce Adjoining C. II. & W. .T. Buckalcw.
r. n. little.
II. & II. 11. LITTLE,
llOC'T. R. LITTLE.
SCHOOL OUOEIIS, blanlt, it 1'i'mteil ami
neatly bound In s nail looks, on hand and
;ur sale .it the coi.uMuiAMOmcc. Feb IM875-II
i-i ivv iil.-.i:T)Si.ii T'.irelii.i.Mit nml Linen
I") I'nper. common and for Admlnls ramrs, Exeeu
.., 1 , .m, i,ir kaIh eheaoat tho columuian
rAHKlAOE CHHTII'ICATIS iul printod
ll nndforsalo at tlio ("OLUIiiuan uniie. .nun
tcrs of the ilospel and .Justices should supply them-
Belves Willi llicso iiuLL8aui.rui
JUSTICES and Constables' pte-llills lor sale
atthoCoixMRiAV onico. They contain the cor
rected tees as established by tho last Act of tho Ifg-
giattiro upon 1110 bhujc-...
stable should havo one.
XfENDUE KOTES .jnt prinluil anil for sale
cheap at tho Columbian ofilce.
BOOTS AND S1IOI1S.
ir L-vnifT! IVnlvr in Hoots anil Slices,
l;j . l'Jst and best si yles, corner Main nnd Market
CLOCKS. WATCHES, 4C.
('1 E. SAVACtE. Dealer in Clocks, Wntelies
j , and Jewelry, Main t.t., juct below tho Central
O. UAIlKLEi. Attornev-at.I.nw
111 . in Brower's building, Snd story, 1:001
I)Ct. 15, J5.
:00ms 4 S. 6.
r-Bulness before tho IT. S. Patent Ofllcc attended
to. (Mllco In tho Columbian Building.
r HOCK WAY .t ELWELL,
A T TO 11 X E Y S-A T-L A V,
Columbian Bcn.msn, Bloomsburg, Pa.
Members of tho United Stales Law Association.
Collections made In any part of America.
TldsdlstressingnnddaiiTi'roiis cimrlnlnt and It1
preinnnllnrv snptnm. n "dert'l eou.-ll, night
se its. honrei'esQ wiistlng neh P-v. r js-rm'.r.i'nl-lv
nred hy rn. "Sivas lie's tonipoiinil -jiupcf Wild
BIIONCIIIT!s-n Premonltnr of Putmnaviry Cnn
siimpllon. Is eliar.n-leil7eilb Catarrh or 1 tilt tmnl1in
of the initcuons membrane of Iho nlr p usages,
luifirvni i-s, pains In tln-ehest I'nr nit Bronculal
alleetlcns, soro thrint, lopsnf olee coughs,
Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry
IS A S0VMIK1UN IIESIHIV.
llcmmnrrliage orsplttlng of blood, mav proceed
from the Inpnv, trachla broneida or lungs, nnd
nrW from mi rlous causes, n undue phvslenl est rtlnn,
pbthora tuilnessof tho 11 i"fl, nenk I111 g, over
ttrnlnlngof tlio olee. mppios'til evacuation, ob
sti ucllnn of the spleen or Hut, A''.
Ccmpci:nd Eyrup of Wild Cherry
strikes nl the irt ot ill'enn' by puilfj lug Ihe blood,
restoring Ihelhi r nnd kldr.os to heallhj nitlcn, In
lgcrutli gibe nrium cistern.
llsmnrveriispoer not nnlv oer el ery rlironle
dl-o n- where u gradual alii rat lie ncilrn Is needed.
I'niifr lis use Dm enugh Ii loosened, tho night
surntn illtiilnlslieit. the nnln ubsldes. Ihe nule re
turns 10 Its mural standard, tl,oM munch Is Improv.
ed In Itspower to digest nnd assimilate tlio PhhI and
e.eri orean has a lmrer nnd better quality iw blond
snpplli d to It, nut of which new reerealhennd pins,
tie materl(.l Is made
nil sw YN',' r-rndualed nt one of the best Mod!
enl Colleges In Ihe I , s., nnd was eiieniretl m an ne
tlie pracilcu for many cars, thus guaranteeing mat
his pienaratlons aro prepnrul upon sulcllj sclcntltlc
Int. Swatki; Pear sir: 1 feel It to be duo to you
nml HIirfprMK. lillin.llillv to tlle tile fnllnii bur test I-
mnnv respecting ine wonuenui ciiruine im.ei!.ui
jour'ciaiipound sirupof lid cberi and sarsnpa
rllia and Tnr rills. I was anile led with n Molent
cough, pains In Ihe side and btenst. night sweats,
Bni..thrr.!ir mv linnels wereensilie. nnnelito nearli
gone, and my nemocli sosery weak Ibnt my phis-
clan was nl a loss 10 Know wnai 10 ie iui- ui. n ;
n.vi , .in I ,...! in 1 nr. vi 1 fin., ni mfnirinn wiih if ii
III : Mill lllIIITtlll-llIIiesil Jinn " I piiwu 1 v.
for montliMu tlilsnwtul condition, nnd gaM' up nil
hox-atuer lecoiering. inns uiiiexnu r, ipiu.
meillutels bigan ti soothe, endort end allay the
vlnlenieet Ihe enucli. sin nglhene 1 11 ml niiiieu
lim.'s; In Khnrl. It his nindea ii'Tfeel eure-ir .
nnd 1 am n ,w iihli to pursue in d.i'l. !a'"ir. n
,er-on dnui.l!ni,'th"tr"iii orni'' w r
will please 1 .1 1 oner ail ir.'s, me, ul lh" i.u n
rnwAiiii it. 11 wo.
Englm 1 r or in n. si" 111 V- P' tt. n.
liblgo Load, below Wallaee, Pbb.i.
oiersu ears have claiwi d. and Mr. Ilanison still
remains n heart v man to this day -September noih,
rnvsiriAXs ukcimimiixd it.
Dr.'Ihomas.1. 11. l.'hoiids. l',oei town. llrrksCo.,
I'n.. writes : Ynnrcompo-nn s'.rvp nt Mini nrrry
I esteem el 1 h'.hl : ha e ne.-n si-uiriu' nndt-eoin-mendlnL-
II 10 1, . i eili nt-P r imiii.'i us nnd It nl
ns prne itll oelnlls In olsllnate e .llglis, bron
fl.l'al mill nstlilil;.ll. nl ntlicll' l,s II bps Inn'!, mine
iemarkablecuri 111 this s'Cilun. nnd I consider It
the best leinidv wllh wl li h 1 am neipinlr.ted
rrlee fl. sk H'jtMes tort'., ir 11 n som nv o,ir
drugal.-l.we will fi.nvnd halt du; en 11. i.press,
Ir.'K'iit pnld on reedpt of p lee.
ttf neseribr- s mpnuns In nil communications, and
address lci'ri to I)i sANl'A M'N, :. n Neiih
'IxMi street. 1 lillndelphh. No charge will be mud.
forudMee. "-oldbj diub'glsts auddeahis In medi
F;b 18, '70-ly.
HOW E L L,
Office In llarttonn'8 Block, second floor, corner
Main and Market blrcets,
May 20-1 y.
s. J1.23 to 11.60 per day,
uctoocr , in-ii
Illnoiiifliiire, I'a., Ii,
M. DRINKER, GUN and LOCKSMITH.
ewlng Machines and Machinery of all kinds re.
paired. Opera House Building, Bloonibburg, ra.
DR. W.M. M. REI1ER, Surgeon anil I'hysi
clau. oillco s. E. corner nock and Market
T II. EVANS, M. I)., Surgeon anil I'liysi
J , clan. (Office and lies ldencc on Third street,
T 11. McKELVY, JI. IJ., Surgeon ami Phy
J , tlclan.noithsldeMaln street, below Market,
11. R011ISON, Attorney-at-Law. Office
. lu llartman's building, Main street.
T-S .1 TIinitXTIIS
would nnnounce totho cltlzensot Blooms
burg nnd vicinity that he baa Just received a full and
complete assorimeni. 01
WALL 1'APF.n, WINDOW SHADES,
FIXTURES, CORDS, TASSELS,
and all other goods In his lino of business. All the
now est and most approved patterns of the day are
always 10 DO lOUnUlUUlS ebiuuilauu.i;m, iuu... "s.t.(
oeiow iiarnei. w,
UppuNlte tlio Court House,
The Lakoest and Best In allrespccts In the county
W. B. KOONS.
Oct, s.s-ly Proprietor.
Clark & Wolf's Store, Main street.
AVID I.OWENI1ERO, Merchant Tuilor
toln St., above Centiol Hotel.
S. KUHN, ileak-r ii. Meat, Tallow, etc.,
1 Centre street, letween becond and Third.
WHEN YOU WANT A r'IRST-CLASS
V SUAVHor an) tiling In ttoTONSOltlALLl.Nt.
JAMES liEILH'fl DAUUEU SHOP,
THE BEST IN TOWN,
Under r.se,aringe Hotel, Bloomsburg, Pa.
Oct. is, '75-iy
7"M. II. A11BOTT, Attoraey-at-Law, .Main
. L. EYERLY,
coiieetinns nromDtlv made and remitted. Office
anposito cataw U&a Deposit Bank. em-38
J. B. KNITTLE.
W. 11. ABBOTT
REAS BROWN'S INSURANCE AQEN
CY, Kxcnango noiei, Dioomsuurt;, i-u.
, 13 ffOil.Olio
. 10,000, 00
.Etna, Ins Co., ot Hartford, Connecticut. .
Liverpool, London and Ulobo
r ire Aasn...iuu, . mu..i,.
Atlas of Hartford XX''JX
Farmers Mutual 01 imirnuu
Home. New York
Commercial Union 17,000,00a
XKOIIO CAMl'-MF.ETISa HYMN.
Scverpl times they burst, out In tho songs they had
b-nrned nt cnmp-meellngs nwny off In the South
lurcr eild ttinostbey tvere.nnd tho words possesed
a ptcullarclnrm to tho while people present. Here
Is a specimen I
Wh don't ymi do as Peter did,
A-valklngnn the sea?
He throw ed both arms nhova hH head,
Crjlng, "Onorl Iird, rcincmK'r mo."
Then remenihertherlrh nnd romemborthe poor,
And remember Ihebond nnd the free,
A nd when 3 011 nre do .o remembering around,
Then, good lord, remember me.
If I could stind where Moses stood,
And view the land'capc o'er,
I'd throw these legs as fast as I could
And I'd go for Ihe mllk-whito shore.
Tlien remember I ho rich nnd remember the poor,
And lemember thu bond and the free,
And when ou aro done reuicmberlug around,
1 hen, good Lord, remember mo.
o I could there In this world bo found
Some little spot 01 happy ground,
W here village pleasures might go round
Without tho Ullage t titling I
How doubly bUt that place would be.
Where nil mlgnt dwi U In liberty,
IVco from the bitter misery
Of go.'slp's endless prattling I
I( such a spot weic really known,
Dame pence might claim It as her own,
And In It she might tlx her throne
For ever and for eer ;
There, Uko a quoin, might reign and live,
bile every one would soon forgive
The little slights they might recehe,
And bo offended ne er.
Tho mischief-makers that remove
rnr from our hearts tho warmth of love,
And lead us all to disapprove
What gles another pleasure I
They seem to tak one's part, but when
The) 'e heard our case, unkindly then
They soon retail them all again,
Mlv.cd with pol&uuous measure.
And they'i e such a cunning way
ot telling tales 'I hey say,
"Don t menllMi what I say, I pray ;
I would not ted another."
si 1 night to your neighbors house they go,
NuriuiliigiieDtldng they know,
And bieak thu pnaco cf high and low
lfe, huaband, friend and brother.
o ! that tho mischief making creiv
Wei e all 1 educed to one or two,
And they wore palate t red and blue 1
'I'll it every ono might kuow them ;
Then would one lllage biire forget
To rage and quartel, fume and fret,
And tall Into an angry pet,
lib things too much be'ow- them.
For It's n sad, degrading part,
To make another's oosoui smirt,
And plant a da jer In tho heart
We ought t ) love and cherish ;
1 hen lei u everm re b foun 1
In epil-tr., s with all aroun t.
Whll; friendships, pace, and Joy abound,
And angry feelings perMi.
"All very h mi 1, ft (irge," interrupted tl.e
Oen.r il "lint what Is Uiug to hecomo of
tlio linliie-? Yon c.tii't teetli tliciu 011 green
Inclts. I) in't you see that if you withdraw
their silver dollar", the ontird rising genera
tion A ill h" iinnhlet" innllc tie, roiieijiient
ly thero won't Ii any market for beef, corn,
or t'tiew ln loh lecn, nml the ilenci" 111 he
to py in lr:i .' i'ltele generally. It won't
w !',, 0 ,ir(,,
"I didn't I Ii i rile 01' that point, Oeticnl."
aid the retired fiimncirr, taken a littlo
"X", fteori!i, yon didn't," continued the
Superintendent "You had bettor go to your
room and think Ihe whole matter over main;
nud when vnu lmvo devinlsomo way of ob
viating the dilli u'ty I p kn of, ivliy t en
we'll talk about 11 leave of nbsruce to go to
"Now,'' continued the General, as Inmato
l'otitwell moved rather ruelully away. "I'll
shniv you our oldest cae, the centenarian
of the establishment." Wc entered a little
room, In tho centre of which, bent over a
taMc, sat a por-wn nl extreme ago, attired in
a ruty swallow tall coat. He was writing
diligently and without cessation.
"Lookup, Hannibal," said the Superin
tendent, poking; him gently with his cane.
"Look ilji and see the gentlemen,"
When the aged Inmate looked up, wo saw
that bo was tied in lii -1 chair to keep him
from tumbliii'j; out. lie smiled blandly up
on in for a moment from behind his specta
e'es, and then begun to write again as indus
triously in ever.
"What is he doing ?" I asked.
"He is writing frauko. Ho has lost all bis
teeth and bis hair and his hearing nnd his
wit, but he cm still bold a pen, and hf
writes franks' from morning till night, stop,
ping only for bis gruel. Thu other inmate.'
arc celebrating tho Fourth, but hero h
old Hiiniilbal nt his customary occu
pitiop. He write bis name on every
old envelope, ne mer, or scrap of
piper that lie can Hid, and puts them all in
tb big mail l x in the hull. Of course.
like the contributions of the re-t of the in
mates, they never go any further than my
office. Il.it he doesn't know it, and he pla
cidly keeps 011 -, ritltijc franks. The only
thing that ever exasperates him is tlio sight
of a posture tnmp." I -oppose lie will write
frank till the Piy of luilgojent. Such,"add-
ed the Dener.il, did ictieally, "is tin- f-rce of
"You mint find a ciirinn collection of
epilles in vour miil box General I"
'Itilherl u e liave a good reiding room
connected with the iiis'itution, and most of
the Inmates take great interest in current af-
THK lir.CAYKIl i'UMTICIANS' KKTKF.IT.
Poxnucic, Mass., Jul v 5, 18S2. I wuin
lo give ymi an account of my visit to one ot
the most admirably organiz-d and best ad
ministered charities on the I'.ico of the earth.
The D.-ciycd Politicians' Retreat is, as you
know, l)Hautifiilly situated 011 Saline river,
about six miles from here. Iieing detained
' Come Logan," replied the Superintend
ent, "put tip your book nnd go out with the
other". It's a holiday. I'll hear you to
"Ho has an ldea,"a!d Ilutler, as the dus
ky student moved reluctantly nwny, "that
the only cnti'pofhis political failure was
his weakness In Lnglish grammar, and that,
if he cnn once master syntax, he will get
nek into the Senate. I consider it a real
kindness to encnunige til in in this belief,
llless you I am perfectly safe in doing so.'.
' The inmates are qiilto happy here," the
Superintendent went on, as we entered the
spacious dormitory. They treat each other
affably as n general thing, nnd if n political
llscinsion becomes nt all heated, as once in
a while happen", that small garden hnso yon
der is equal to tho emergency. Of course
wo are obliged to keep n careful watch on
kleptomaniac inmates like Colfax, Patter
son, Belknap and others. They nre apt to
appropriate littlo articles belonging to the
institution or to each other. Secor Robeson
was caught n day or two ago ransacking
Hamilton Fish's trunk, and although the
ex-Secretary denied any evil sntention, a
cake of Spanish scented soap belonging to
Fish was found in his pocket. Robeson is
now locked up down stairs, and Parson New
man, our chaplain exhorts him twice a day,
"What do you do with turbulent sub
"Weare troubled with very few. Down
there, at the end of that corridor, where you
see the grated door, is an iron-barred apart
mcnt where the unmanagable and violent
aro confined. ,1 don't think you want to vis,
As the General spoke, a peal of demoniac
laughter rang through the corridor, and a
grinning visage appeared at the gate, while
the owner Baluted us with a volley of horri
oly prolano anil ribalel abuse. Who was
that '"' I asked, as wo hastened away.
"The only occupants of the apartment for
the unmanageable and violent at present
said Gen. Butler, "are Bob. Ingcrsoli, form'
erly of Peoria, nnd Z.ich Chandler, of Mich
"Before I go, General," I said, "I should
like to see "
"I know whom you mean,"interruptcd the
Superintendent, "and I am sorry that our
rules will not allow me to oblige you. Mr.
Hayes i a private palicnt whoso friends pay
his board, nud he lin it ro ru to himself.
Nobody visits him but mvself and Carl
Scbiirz who is detailed to attend turn. You
see his mental capital giv out, and lie had
to be put in the hands of a receiver But al
though a disappointed and broken-doivn
man, his heart continues to bleed for tho
The Signor while in Nova Scotia was p- l"3ln 19 1110 ye P"10 10 6 1Mt 1,1
proached by an old orange woman with n " ' morality) that 1 hav ever tried.
basket of delicious fruit. Ho bought an 10U lean get lost ami not kno It till an hour
orange for sixpence, and cutting it In half afterwards.
drew from the center a golden aovcreign, There don't seem tew bo any streets that
The performance was repeated with nnothtr run paralcl. Tim all seem to run where tha
orange, the old woman looked on with pler.e, nnd every street lias got at least one
amazement. Ho was about to tako a third end to il, that brlngsup in r-onicbody'adoor-
from her basket, when she snatched it nwny yard.
anil vowed lio should havo 110 more sover
eigns for a sixpence.
Introduced to n very solemn clergyman in
Hartford, Connecticut, that gentleman ab
ruptly denounced tho Signor for perform
ances which were "dangerous to tho welfare
To learn Boston one mtit ho born here,
or at least serve an apprenticeship hero 40 or
Boston is principally celebrated (just now)
for its grate tcmperanco question.
Whiskcc is about as ekarso here, as hair
ot mankind," ami much moro of the same on tho head of my cane,
sort. Interrupting him, the Signor plucked
a pack of playing cards from tho pocket of
his ministerial coat, and withdrew a dice
box and dice from his clerical hat. Signor
Blitz, was troubled no more with orthodox
objections from that gentleman.
In tho old Sixth streot market, Philadel
phia, lio bought a dozen eggs for 14 cents of
a stolid dutcliman. "Clear as wasser mit a
well bucket, ch 7" remarked the vendor as
he handed them over.
The Signor broko one and there came
peeping througn the aperture first a feather
ed head nnd then a whole canary bird, which
sang sweetly to the man of eggs.
The Signor'a fun-making propensity seems
to have been irresistible, and found expres-
I haven't dared to ask tho question for
fear of being arrested, but i don't suppose as
near as t kan judge, that thero is a square
drink of corn whiskeo within six miles of
the city of Boston for tale or to let. What
on earth the people lire on to drink is a
mystery to me.
Virtuo and morality are tho two 9taple
krops of Boston. This afternoon i am go
ing to be invited to rldo on tho mill dam, a
piece of fast road near the city, which U
built in a straight lino to avoid the unworthy
appearance of a trotting track.
Bunker Hill is not far oph,and i am tent
ed to stay over ter morrow and visit It, but!
alius made it a rule, the quicker i kan leavo
a town, after i havo spoken one of my lek-
sion In all manner of startling ways and tun, and got my money tor it, tho moro
places. He made a negro cry out from plcasanf.lt is for my friends to entertain
within his trunk on oco occasion, and came wc.
near being arrested as an abolitionist. He Plimtith rok is likewise suinwarc in those
made his horse talk, and the frigntcned host- adjacent parts. I would like to go and stan
ler could not be induced to re-enter the sta- cn it the man who can stan on Plimuth
ble. So the Signor was himself compelled
to groom thu animal. His favorite re
sort seems to havo been in the market
places, where ic gavo voice to chickens and
pigs and fish and even oysters, to Ihe great
confusiou of the market people. But when
he had had his laugh the kind hearted pro
fessor never failed to make good any loss.
rok and not pulfup some is a stony kuss.
Such a man probably never had enny four
fathers, nor enny soul, nor enny gizzard,
nor enny fewter prospects in him.
I spent two hours ju.st after breakfast in
tho common, which is tirt an uncommon
piece of veritable land, inhabited with grand
olms, and lit up by day with happy chil-
Unit diead. d nls-i use fr. m v bleb 10 man) perion
s-uffer, h I rt quelitl) II u.se id
liKAUicun, !Niue;rT!ON, UvsrirFiA.
Is spctdll) ro loud, and aieolten permanent!) cured
IVvrrs nre rften nreefntfd bv the use e,f I hcs.o
Saiupa 1 lll.i PUN, as 1 bey can y oil ,t hi ounh I he blood
tl.M itriniirlllK In m Mhrhtlu nilse. l'rr Hostile-
ness there is nothing to effectual vsfcnn) lie's Tar in this village oyer yesterday by business, I
Ui ili-Jiniirniiou ..,,.., f.l..l..l:.l ...!.:... 1.1, !,
1 he') nre purely e'gciai'ie.ano rix hjii'Lituij uuiuui u,uniiii.iijiiuuiiijuiiuiiu.v is,n's:ssi.ti
i.is.-r ns lime .1 aha 01 Luitiuei. iiuouL uiu u.m 11- . . ... r! , i t.i...it t i i...
suits from tlikllnr. wun n irienu, aim was liiimiy n-i-eivcu uj
Address letters to Di:. SV.'A YN11 ir f-OM, Phlladel. tlio Superintendent, (Jen. lluller. who went
OUKl. i.O ll,ui lie 111 nil. li,, .nil uj .lit. ii,'.. 11 v. ii,. . 4 . , , . . , .
of price. Prteo23centsa box; me boxes lor ti. Abk to a gejoei ueai 01 irouuie to snow mo 1110 lu
)our Druggist lor them. tcri()r w0rHnr,3 0f tu0 institution.
The (-election of this site was fortunate,"
said ucn. Hutler, as lie leu tho was across
a beautiful lawn from his privato house to
the largo brick building occupied by tho in
mates. "Tho lovely natural scencrv does
much to soothe disappointment and allay
Is generally preceded ny a moisture. in;o perspira- ... , --. . . ,
llon.dlbiiiudng itching, as though pin worms wero remorse, and there s always a fresh breeze
blowing up Saline river.
"Are your wards contented as a general
"Some of them are positively cheerful,"
said the Superintendent with enthusiasm.
"And you, General '! After your some
what active career don't you find it rather
tedious at the Retreat, cooped up with a
parly of relics?'
'O, am satisfied," said Gen. Butler,
smiling grimly.and shaking the largo bunch
of kevs that ho carried inouo hand. "When
fiirs. Many of them fancy that they are poor African."
still infliietili il in shaping "olitieal events.
They write innumerable lellirs which no
body ever re-ads but myself Nut bm
tun I found 1 l.-tter fr lu 111 .in", addressed
I thought that Gen. Butler winked just
then, but it it is nl'vays hard to speak with
pu-ilivetiess in regird to his occillar demon-strntirius.
the Pope, u-king f r the V iiii'.m iiillu- We hid reached the door of the asylum.
nee to help mm iininir tu tne rre-iileii- 1 e irdinlly thanke i the biiperiulenilent ior
tial campaign "I ol l "U wniibl have Ins courtesy to nns-Ml and my friend, and
liiijln d at t'.ie pi'i' Ui-ippi'nl w hii'h Sebuy- al-o took occasion to commend the excel
ler Cnlfix 1 1 tit." iMiiiinl to Presidi nt Tildi n. lencenf his administration.
lie wanted the Post Ollioe at South Bend, "If vou write an account of your visit,"
nd aid he could produce certificates of he said, as wo shook hands, "send several
moral character. Only yesterday I found copies of the Am. The poor fellows will be
this bricfletleriu the box. You may value delighted to see their names in print once
rpHE UNDERSIGNED, representing several
I nr iimmnsi pnnRervntivft and reliable Ameri
can Flro Insurance companies, would beg leave to
offer his unices to the citizens of Hloomburg and
vlclnltt , requesting a rea&uiiuuie buui w mo ,s.ui.s.
P'ltrnaKe' vp .t prnvm.
Bloomsburg.July 18, is;s.
omce in lirower'a Clock. JuJyswm..
Important to Farmers.
and everybody in want of
tliIMB, LUMBER, AND COAL
Wo have erected kilns at cr near the Taper JllU.on
the I). 11, w, it, 11. and aro now prepared to sell
Imoatvtry rcasonablo prices and of good quality,
Urders by the car promptly Bllod and shipped to
any station on the above road.
A full line of I.UJI1IER, of all kinds, dressed
or in the rough, bhlngles, lath and
bill Timber to v hleh we Invite
the attention ot custo
mers. Orders received and niled for all kinds ot Family
Uy itrle attention to business we hope to merit a
ihaio of public patronage.
I Sl.isit.- Catawlssa, Pa,
J, H. MAIZE'S
contains the lorgtEt Htckcf
teeiisrae, ferae, Woitaare,
Canned rruits, Dried Fruits,
to bo found In Columbia county.
A t'oiiilct Afisorlnient
always on hand. Call and examine.
Jan 1, 1S-.T.
Is generally preceded by a moisture, like perspira,
linn .llsiii'sslnr- Itehlnir. as thouehnm worms Here
crawling In or nbuut the rectum, particularly nt
nifhtutipii undrosslntr.or In lied after cetllmr warm.
It appears In slimmer us well as win ir, oftentimes
SllOnS 11 sell UI Oil II II UIU J TI1 .un l'! ir. unu is uui i .,ii-
lined to males onl), but Is nullo ns frequent that lis
in.ina urn tnrn v nOllrtnt. nnrl lenlnrlv In lllues nl
pi egiiancy, extending litothe iigtua. prolni: dh
tressinr? nlmos-t luNohel i e tinners of einluraiice.
Cases of longstanding, pronounced Incurable, lnno
been penniiueniiy cuieu uy biuipi) allowing
1 w as sorely afillcled with ono of the most distres
sing ot nil olseiitcs, PrnrltU" or Pruil-o. or more
commonly inonns Itching riles. Ihe itching at
times was almost luttli rable. Increand by uraK'h-inL-
nnd not unfieouently became quite sore. 1
hnuiriit.A hox of hvrnwie's ointment : Us use iraie
S'JfIiiS? StfiWi J" of Xevnda left all his money for tin
whoniobulleihig wllh ihlsdl-tresMngeoinplaliit lo 0i,:ect n little more than three vears aero and
proeuiu mmdiio's Ointment nt once. 1 bad trlej njeii, " " iii.ui inriujiurs uj,iv"m
pictcripiions inmost inuumeriiuiu, nuuvui menus tno trustees inviieu mo to mo post oi eiuty,
,l " josepii w. i liKlbT, I came like a man and a patriot. Commeje
Firm of Hokdei i t hrist. l'ooi slid shoo Houte, S3! irouve, sir, is my motto."
oriU rcconu sirte I, i iii .iiieii.uia,
us an autograph."
The General had been fumbling ill his
pocket boog and lie Handed mo tlio lollow-
ing note, which I havo preserved :
Tnr. lIr.TP.nAT. July 3, 1SS0.
Diiap. Svi.i'll: Althiiugii writing comes
hard, I thought I would send vou a single
line. I will fight it out on this line if it
takes all summer. I havo mado escapes.
but my worst enemy cannot say that I ever
let any guilty man mistake. U. S. Guant,
Whatl" I exclaimed; "is he here?"
Yes,'- said your guide, "We employ him
about the stables, and he seems tolerably
appy, If you give him a cigar when you
pass there, he will be ati'ected to tears,
Tut) majority "of tho inmates had assem
eepers. Ihe recurrence ot the national
anniversary seemed to excito considerauio
enthusiasm, I recognized many faces onco
familiar, but now almost forgotten, The
assortment of decayed politicians included
representatives uf every political caste, from
tho ex-Senator or tho ex-Governor to the
layed-out ward striker. I remarked tbo
eculiar satisfaction with which Gen. Butler
PA TjrKtfs T S .
Persons desiring to tab) out patents, or desiring
Information from the United states ra ent Office
uliould consult I'. A, ItliiiAhN, bollcltor of A men
ran and 1'orelgn l'alcnts, Washington, V, C. Kx
tmlnniloniifret!. NO PATENT No PAY. Bend for
SalOKi:, .sijt and ( uul lino, from deftetlio
ortu, iirei.Me.l, no more worry with Ilroa
(or coot lug or beatn send blatmi lor ctreulsr to
.... i.. r.na. we am now prepared to
furnUh all classes wllh constant employment at
Lome, the wheloof tho lime, or for the Jr spare mo-
evenng and a profortlonal sum by devoting their
while i time to uio'buslnesa toys and g irta .earn
' '"5" . "' .".S,.;."" ., ,ei, is iS not well
WS" u.Ud Me doll" to pay tor the
er. U ou want pe'nnanenl, prontaoie worn, auui us
Ueorge Htlnson i CO., roruanu, aiuuiu.
pepi, o, -io,-iiiu.
By this time wo had reached the heavy
oaken door at the main hall of the asyluin.
Our conductor rapped smartly wilh his
' How .many outside?" asked a voice from
"Three," replied Gen. Ilutler.
The door slowly swung open and a tall
man with a long red beard stood aside to let
us pnso in,
liuod morning, .Mr, .perry, said tno
Superintendent, pleasantly, "I wish you a
happy Fourth of July."
"Ono I Two! Three!" said Mr. Ferry in
an impressive voice telling us off with his
fore fin-cr. "All right, gentlemen, you can
walk in. Oh, good morning, General. I
wish you a great many."
"We keep him hero to open the door,"ex
casesofonensivobreoiharotccaslcnedb) catarrh, ,,iaU4 Gen. Butler, "and ho imagines he
'MVU)i.'N Csilsiri U tloiii.'.lj" ba!l the right to count as well as to open. In
is a certain and permanent cure, and warranted in .. . . , . . ' ,
till iiiiici ii:?i'iiia up is fici icillj uuuu.l.ap,
and so we humor him a little. It's tho only
satisfaction he has in life now."
The General led tho way through a I in
corridor, and as he stopped to unlock a door
an Inmate came up nnd, touching his cup,
isktd periuUsioti lo tay a few words iu prr
"Well, speak up, George," said Butler,
"Who has been sitting on you now?"
"If you please, General," said Boutwell,
for it was none other than tho great hut un
appreciated financier," uobody has been sit
ting on me.sir, But I havo solved tho prob
lem at last, and I want leave of absence to
go to Washington and lay my solution be
"Solved what problem, George?" asked
General, winking at us.
"The problem of silver resumption, Gen
cral," replied Inmato Boutwell, "It is very
siniplo when you see it. Will you permit
Gwavne's All-Hcalinc Ointment
Is also a sp. eltlu for tetter, I'eu, rheum scald
ueau, ir)Mpeiaii, Lnrisrs ntu, uioums, u oiui...
erustv, cutaneous eruptions pelf .11) fcafo and
hiirmliss, nen ou the most tcneler Infant. Pilceio
wills, cr Hi boxes fcrtl..i. t-i i i b) inaPto any
address on receiptor priie. Prepared oily by
DIt. SWAYNL & bOX, S3o X. Cth 6t.,Phlladelphla.
Catarrh Is an affection ej the innrus membrane of
tho nose, throat, the st, A'e accamranlrii with fluu
lu avy hesdocl e. obstruction or il.c nasal passages,
u.flL-.ira unlervnnrl lrifl.im.d. birklnrror eouirli.
in,. inH.nr in., tlirniit. i-irierleiriitli li erotrelislo
mailer. nnell and insle aio Uiipiilieil, stopped up
feeling m iheneaa, ineessnnr tiionni: oi me mn,
.ml tli,r mrmtrins nil. llkclx loamenr un etls
tres-Irg, niidnodlsensels mero common, nnd horo
less undeiMooil bv I'Mrliluns Mne-ti ntbs if the
ever) ease, no manor 111W onMinaie or 11 ng Mann
ing. It con be obtulned only bv nndresi-lng lilt,
sivivNii wiv.sj' fvnith slAlli stieet Phllnilil-
nhl.i. Mniled to iinv nildress on tho receipt f f Hie
iirlee. ono eleillar, wllh full dlreellni s fur ule also a
full ae count rf the orl In and nature of ihlsiUMres-
Mtlg COnil'lallll. W h repi ill IT I 11 is hm nun an rum.
uricrn I lit, npi r, inrn i il r i u nil n rit r iiisi n. i-i i--i,
ememberl It i nn beobiaun d rnlv by nrtdres-lng
Hit mv VSK Jt kin, 8o, orlh sixib strei t, rim
r,ii,tr.lilri. ullh n remlltsnee. ns wo done t rlaee It In
the hniids ot dealer, Iho kanie asne donur other
preparations. In writing for our "1 'atari h itereedv"
plaro state ou saw lids aduitlicmcut 1.1 tho "Co-
Why Dye ?
So tinnier how Crny or llni-li the
Hair mav tie, It can bore'tori'd to Its 01 Iglnal color
ana youi oiui aijueuruuiA-, uj u . -jh
London Hair Color Restorer.
A itcmcdy tu licln-
Btalo tbo Human Hrdr
In a I Its youthful
color, lustre, softness
Hair Piston r
I'lslfKf n,o to explain?
Hair iteatorer "1 11 give you
411 IH'l'MIII 1 llO :il-lll O lO Itt'lllll
7"AINWHIGUT 4 CO.,
N. E. Comer wcend and Arch Streeji,
rKAS, BtnUPS, COFFEE, BOOAIt, MOLASSES
nci, sricas, nciss sow, to., o,
I TJrders will roceave prompi a uUon.
of reronal oppcaranee, should not neglect that
natural necessity, tha llulr. uy many 11 11
Hy many It has been
: thin, gray or entirely
011 just n minute and a half,
George, said the General looking at his
'Vou eeo there aro from a million and
.nVirr 'i ha London Hair color iiestorerrostores nuartcr too million and a half teethinir
S,rrrc'. Su"s "the'rar ranS iSSrJSH children In tho United States-perhaps two
million. .Now every blessed one of em bat
lu bv. scaly eruptions ou the alp, making It whito
and clean, and Insuring a luxuriant growth of hair
in Its natural ) outhf ul color, price li cents. Pi In
elpal depot tor tho U. B., !0, 'ortb bUth btrtet.
BOLD BY ALL M.UGGISTS.
to have a silver dollar to blto on. If you
pass a law withdrawing this Immense sum
from use in tho process of dentition, silver
will lloiv into the national coffers, will find
Its way luto the natural chanuels of trade,
confidence will be re-c.Ubll.uei and"
direct or indirect, that the victims might dren.
have sulTertd. His benevolence was compre- Ifihada boy i wanted to elevate in the
hensive, and it is said of him that he gave way ho should go the uiost, i wouldn't 1111-
awav half of what ho made in charity. In dertake the job myself, but 1 would take oph
the Island of St. John, however, an offer to the halter and turn him loose In tho city of
give to tho poor the proceeds of one of his lioston.
entertainments was refused by the village It bus been seel by one of her historians,
pastor. "What !" said the shepherd, "re- "that a man once bom 111 boston Hon t hav
ceivealms for the poor from a wizard-a tew be born again." If this is really so it is
bewitched hand ? Oh, no I What spiritual a great saving.
.... ' I ul! ;.,,. ... u.. : lttA..
grace would now upon me onje'Cts in uis- 1 tur mc ju-iuw ni. ukuihu wiu,u.
tress?" A'ew York World. I was offered :i hemlock board ten feet long,
I'.astcr in Kngland.
Of Easter Monday rites various curious
relics still linger. One, called "clipping the
church," H performed by children of the
charity schools, amid crowds of people and
shouts of joy. They place their backs against
tho outside of the church, and join hands
eight inches wide and an inch in depth, ta
ken in one piece from the great Colyseum
lor the miserable pittance of $2 50.
Itwasdorg sassage cheap, but it was two
dollars more money than i had, and more
hemlock board than i stood in need of.
Brains is the chief article of consumption
in Boston. Almost everything else is neg
lected, and to this is a sublime idea, the
till the circ'.o is cnmnleto nnd the building
surrounded, when the ceremony is over, and consequents is that a great deal of natural
they go ti. another church. genius is negieiueii, nnu iuu tuy is n, iccim
Another custom in Durham, is for men to overstocked with morbid taylors and languid
r.o nliiint tho streets nml take ofl" n shoo from niantumakers.
more." A. 1'. Su,
Anecilotes of Signor Blitz.
HOW HE POZZLnD AX AnCnBI9HOP,FRIOH-
TENEI) TAOANINI, AVD STOMPED
THE MEDICAL STUDENTS.
To the boyish tricks of Signor Blitz in
his native village his neighbors ascribed the
los of their sbeep, mishaps to their cattle,
and any unusual occurrence within twenty
miles of the town. Indeed, the good priest
and burghers of the town once held a solemn
council to consider what should bo done
with this uncatiny boy. No result seems
to have come of their deliberations, "yet,"
led in the largo courtyard of the asylum, 8iws ti10 thor. "the villagers might be
which was a high brick wall patrolled by seen Btamijn(r a long way off gazing at my
person, anil alleging that tney saw most
mysterious sights of beings pae?ing 111 and
out of the chimneys, through tho windows,
and of red and blue fires burning round tho
houso nt midnight."
At Kxeter, England, in the early part of
182t), he was summoned before the arch
bishop and church council, prior to a per
formance, and called upon to answer various
every woman they meet, unlets sho will pay
a small fee to prevent it. The next day, as
is but fair, the women retort by doing tho
same to men.
In some parts a still more ridiculous cus
tom is found, called "heaving" or "lifting."
On Easter Monday the men "lift" women
and on Tuesday the women are the lifters.
It is done thus : two strong men cross hands
in the way we used to call "making a chair"
in my school-days, or they carry a chair
llneil with white, anil ileenrateel with flowers 1 . .
, ., , .. . ., I kettle drum.
uuii riuuuus. ju iiiccuug a nuuiau iu iur
street, they invite her to take a seat, and, in
fact, insist upon it. They then lift her into
the air three times, when she must kiss each
of her lifters, and give them money besidts,
In the time of Edward I. this custom was so
general that even the king was "lifted."
In Kent, the young people on Easter Mon
day "go a pudding-pieing." That is, go to
public houses to cat pudding-pie, a dish
about the size of a saucer, with raised paste
rim, and custard inside.
Aud everywhere, and all the time, aro
cges, eggs, eggs ; boiled and colored; striped
and mottled, and gilded ; ornamented with
names, or mottoes, or pictures. Common
ones are variously adorned with designs
There is one thing that i lov and respect
Boston for she lets head sleep in peace in
graveyards all about the city.
I konsider a man's bones a first mortgage
on land, that no process but the summons of
Gabriel's horn can remove.
Bennetts with pointed crowns aro things
of the past.
Several kinui of tea aro served at a
pointed out lllaine. Apart irom all 1110 Merges of irreligion, and as being an "idle
thers eat Morton, of Indiana, gloomy and muchievous person." The council wero
morose, his chin resting upon tho handle of lut ub.0 t0 flnj yla guilty, but he treated
criucu. i siarieu r. uppruacu mm, 11.11 n.s ti,em to n gratuitous performance. He as
nowu bf 111 in oLl.cr days. tonished tho assemblage by announcing
"You'd better not," said the Sttpcrititen- that a watch, whicli ho exhibited, would be
dent, catching my intention and my arm at transported to a cushion in the cathedral
tho same instant. pulpit ; and there it was found when a niea
"Why not ?" sengcr went to search for it,
"Yon'il boiler not. thnfs all." said Gen. Ui" lir"t ,ent ai a ventriloquist was in a
li.i.i,., ,i.,lfin,,iK. . n,l iat ilimi Mnrlm. uissecuug room wuiiuer no nun ueen invi
...... v., o ' J .l 1... ...n,lll f.t I Tl, -l
looked up from his crutch, and scowled "" " ," " --
across the courtyard at John Sherman, with f1'" e"" ' 7 "n1in?'8'n ?
his face which convinced " "" i-iuiu.
an expression in
me that the Superintendent was right.
Tlio Inmates l.nd hoisted a Hug in honor
of the day and were making speeches. I re
gret that I am Hot able to report their re
marks, which wero full of patriotic senti
ment. I was particularly impressed with
the eloquent words of f-ubddy romerny,
who wept as ho pointed to the ll.ig and mo
ved the following resolution, which wero
s.'Ciin-'ed by Schuyler Colfax and passed
Uemhcl, That the inmates of this Helreat
point wilh pride tu 11,1. reei'M 01 their orvl
its in tne lust nnu i-'eiijfH ttieir tiuwRvcrin:
support in the luiiire 10 tUe Government nl, during a visit to Glasgow, an infant's
I this grnntl Li-public. cry came from within the great Italian's fid
Jtenortrn, iiini 1111 iniini 111 nor ui-iiiu
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Hao Ual. That a committee nl three be uuu 1 "gamut, wuat 1
appointed to lav thpso riwilulinns before this t
Gon. Butler, nud to bo asked at tho samo "You know whose child it is." said a fe'
lime tiiai mere no luuius in uieeiuu 1111 me ,i ,.! i .,ti,,..i ti,.
. . , t t .11 1 "l.Sl ,UI liuill A IIEIKIIUUl iiik HUSH. Alia
Decision o tills anniversary of our national . . , . 1 , . ., , .
- I iiyi M tiinaiolan rltatioH Inllinlnaal l..,u
independence. 1 " - u,.u,.
"'It is cruel to mutilate," said the voice,
"tho remains of a woman."
"ies, came irom another uoely upon
another table; "it is nil outrage to thus
abuse a woman." Doctor and students
made a rush for tho door, nnd it was only
when the surgeon had frantically driven
home in his carriage, taking Signor Blitz
with him, that tho ventriloquist explain
It is impossible to givo more than a few
of tho many anecdotes which Signor Blilz
himself has left of his long life and varied
experience. Meetiug 1'nganlni, tho violin
l'lush gauze is one of tho new bonnet
For summer wear long whito mittens
Tan and brown are the favorite combi
nations in the new wraps.
Gold and steel are combined lu bonnet
and coiffure ornaments.
All shades ot yellow are freely used in
trimming spring bonnets.
Grey and tan in pale shades are tho
glove colors of tho moment.
The ne..- shades of green are sea foam,
crystal, cascade, and bronze.
Huches of lace and crepe lisso aro iiserJ
for face trimmings of bonnets.
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drawn with a bit of tallow, which keeps dye , -M'J "B w..ei s c. .efilu
from taking on those parU. A better kind ttledrtims or luncheon parties.
f decoration is to scratch the design with f K've nave n.most su-
sharp knife on an egg after it is dyed ; l'""" urwseu klu, mr street wear.
landsoape, mottoes, etc., can be made very -""'mans anu acar, mamies are worn
ueatly but so aro half-long French saqucs.
A common gamo which, perhaps, you '- "co trimming is hccn un
know is playeel with Easter eggs. The spring bonnets, but the variety is endless,
owner of a hard boiled Easter egg challenges l'arasols will bo used in the demi-sai-any
one he meets to striko eggs with him, son larger sunshade umbrellas, in sum-
It his egg breaks tho other, it is called "the racr-
cock of one," and its owner has the broken Black veils dotted with tilleul, client
one as a trophy. When it has brokeu two Mo and tilleul-colored straws aro coming in
it is "cock of two," and so on. If an egg vogue.
which is cock of one or more is broken, the Mignonette, on account of its tilleul
conqueror adds tho number of trophies won shades, crops out in every form of bonnet
by the victim to his own scoro. trimming.
The custom of making presents of eggs is I'inger pulls and curies are absolutely
said to be Persian, and to bear allusioa to necessary in arranging the hair in French
the "mundane egg," from which the world twist style.
was fabled by certain nations to have been I Tuscan, Mllau, aud Leghorn straws of
derived. It is a custom among Jews, Egyp- I deep yellow tints are the favorites for spring
tians, aud Hindoos, and was adopted by I bonnets.
Christians to symbolize the Resurrection. I Tea, sandwiches, cake, end biscul
This feast of eggs, therefore, very proper- tho only refreshments needed for a K
In the cheering which followed the read
lug of theso resolutions, ono old man near
ly as old as the centenarian whom I hpd seen
inside swung his cap feebly, and shouted
in a tremulous voice: "l'lum duff I Plum
duff! If any snipe attempts to haul down
that flag shoot him ou tho wing I"
(leu, Butler gave 1110 a meaning look, and
lapped his forehead without making any re'
mark. As wo passd nut of the court yard
into tho dormitory building, wo caino across
a solitary inmato sitting upon a bench, Ue
held n book in his baud, and was repeating
over and over these wards ;
"A verb must ugreo with its nomnatlve in
number and porsou,
When the studious Inmato saw us, he
looked up eagerly, aud said: "Will you
hoar mo uow U: verbs, General?"
back to his violin, aud then turned aroun
to see Signor Blitz laughing and to receive
n Egyptian mummy was presented by
the American consul at Cairo to a 1'hiladel
phla museum, A crowd was one day about
tho case, and was startled by a voice from
tho multitudinous linen folds.
"Open tho box 1 open the box 1" said the
"Who are you f" asked ono visitor, more
vcrturesomo than the rest.
"I'm a descendant of the I'haraohs," au
swerctl tho voice.
"What do you want?"
"Ask yourself. Your confounded Yankee
A verb must agree curiosity has waked me up from the sleep of
ages. Open the box I"
"What's your name?"
"Signor Blitz," answered the voice, and
the great ventriloquist mods himself known.
ly occurs at Easter -
-Olive Thome, 6. A'ict-
Josli liilliiiRs on Iiostou,
Boston is tho kapital of Mass.; tho salt of
The Breton and the Beatrice mo the
two basques which enjoy the run of popn
lar favor this spring.
The caprice of the moment with young
ladles is wearing long black kid gloves with
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uie rami, aim u.e KrauieatmjrocKtng nossxil ,,. cvel,ing JrW4Mt
me live lanuee. wi,ii r.,ti,i. . 1 i., ....1 ..j
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lho inevitable skoolmarm, tho kamphene ri!,i,,i.rnlliw , nirL,ui ,, t
agitator, tho warlike debater, all cum redhot (lecWeil preference shown for bonnets prop.
llUlll JJUSltJIi. I
I am playkarded to lektur here to night
at Musik Hall, but how I shall succeed the
Lord only knows, for i, a man of no iearuin',
a very poor speller and devoid of impudenco
have got to fuce the poets, aud skolars, his
toryans aud mges, besides lots of wimmin,
who have got moro edukanhen iu one
miiiit than N'ebudkennazzer bad after 099
years of toil and sweat.
I shall probably make a fizzle of it, but i
hav one consolashuti to cheer mo it won't
bo my first fizzle.
Fust fizzles are what a pbcllow dreads; if
he kau manage one of them, and not all
leak out, there is hope for him, aud also a
slight sprinkling of salvashuu.
What I have saw of lioston sutes me. The
people are as gentle as lambs, and know a
stranger tho mlnit they git their eyes on
Nobody here is in too much of a hurry to
be civil, If yu hav lost yure hotel the first
man you meet will waste 2 hours telling yu
of the different crooks you must take to
reach It, and finally konklude the aafest way
, is to drop everything and go with you.
Birds and birds' wings havo flown away
from the spring millinery openings,
The new bonnets aro small, but are
made to look large wllh tho trimmings.
Small buckles, clasps, bmoches, and
rings aro all used for millinery purposes,
Tho new black lace mitts are embroid
ered insldo as well as outside the hand.
Louii XV slippers, with immensly high
heels, placed further forward than over, are
It is impossible to make a really fash
iohable col dure at present without moro or
less additional hair, unle ts a lady has a very
Twe friends, nil Englishman and au
Irishman, traveling, had a double bedded
room at an inn. Being nwoko hy a .noito
lu the night, the Englishman called tu his
companion to light a caudle. "Where is
It ?" asked I'at. "At your right hand, ou
the table." "Are you crazy?" cried Tat,
"How cau I see which ii my right hand in
the dark J"'