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COtCilBUDIMOOlUT, STAR Of Till NORTH INDCOtOU'
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complete, and our J 1) Printing will compare favora
bly with that ot tho large cities. All work done on
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Paper, common and for Adralnlsi rators, i:ecu
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crnof IhoiiospclandJustlccs should supply them
selves with these necessary articles.
TUSTIUESamT Constable Fee-Hills for sale
(I at tho Columbian office. They contain tho cor
rected fees as established by tho last Act of tho Leg
slaturoupon tho subject. L'vcry Justice and Con
stable should hat o one.
PiNOUK NOT ICS just printed and for sale
y cheap at tho Coli'mdian office,
CLOCKS, WATCHES, iC.
r E. SAVAGE, Dealer in Clocks, Watches
j , ana jcwciry, aiain si., jus
, Just below tho Central
CO. BARKLEY, Adorncy-at-Law. Office
. In Drawer's building, Sad story, Itooms 4 & s.
Tilt. WJI. M. RUBER, Surgeon and Physl
IJ clan, unico S. E. corner ilock and Market
r. EVANS, M. U. Surgeon and Physl
. clan, (unico and ltcsfdchco on Third street,
T 11, JIcKELVY, M. D., Surgeon and Phy
J , sltlau, north sldo -Main struct, below Market.
J. 11. ItOlilSON, Attorncy-at-Law. Office
s In llartman's building. Main street.
HROSENSTOCK, Photographer, over
, Clark & Wolf's store, -Main street.
DAVID LOWENBERO. Mercliunt Tailor
Main St., abovo Central llotel.
IS. KUHN, dealer in Meat, Tallow, etc.,
. Centre street, between Second and Third.
J . E. WALLER,
omco, Corner Main and Market Streets, Second door
from 1st National llauk.
Jan. II, 1973
11. J. C. MUTTER,
rnvsiciAN & sciiQEON,
Office, North Market strict,
Mar.ST,'74 Bloomsburg, ra.
A T T O It N E Y-A T-L A W,
omce, llartman's Block, corner Main and Market
J U. FUNK,
Office In COLUMBIAN llCILDINO.
R. I. L. HABB,
Main Street, opposlto Episcopal Church, lllooms
lir Teeth extracted without pain.
aug w, '77-ly.
"jgROCKWA Y & ELWELL,
A T TO It N E Y S-A T-L A W,
Columbian Briuitso, Iiloomsburg, I'a.
Members of tho United States Law Association.
Collections made In any part of America or Euroi
It. A W.J. UUCKALKW,
onico on Mnln St reel, Aral door below Court UouHfc
F. C J. JI. CLARK,
Ofilco In Ents Ilulldlng.
ATTOHNEV AT LAW.
Orncs Adjoining C. It. K. W. J. liuckalcw.
K. II. LITTLE. KOB'T. II. l.ITTLX
TO II. & R. It. LITTLE,
SWHusiness before the 17. S.Vatentomco attended
to. onice In tho Columbian IlullOlng. 33
JTEIIVEY E. SMITH,
onico In A. J.'Evan's New HuiLOiNn,
Memlicr of Commercial Ijiw and Dank collection As
boelallun. Oct. 14, '77-tf
rob :s, '7.
onico In Urower'B butldlng, second floor, room No.
1. Iiloomsburg, I'a.
Vt. II. Abbott. W. II. ltnAwN,
ARBOTT & It II AWN,
dec SI, '77-ly
TT II O W E L L,
onico In llartman's Block, second floor, corner
Main and Market btreets,
1 M. DRINKER, GUN and. LOCKSMITH,
hewing Machines and Machinery of all kinds re
paired, ortiu House Ilulldlng, Bloomsburg, ra.
"yiLLIAM Y. K ESTER,
corner of Main and West Mreets, three doors below
a. n. Joel's store, itioouibnurg, ra.
All orders promptly attended to and satisfaction
April K7, H-lf
I?KEA8 BROWN'S INSURANCE ADEN.
? UY, Exchange llotel, Bloomsburg, I'a.
-Ulna, ins Co., of Hartford, Connecticut... e.&oo.ooo
Uierrool, Ixudou and lilolw , 2o,kxi,oiu
liojulor Uverpool, I3 6oo,ouo
Vtro Association, Philadelphia..,.., s,luo,ouo
Atlasof Hartford... ceo,ooo
Farmers Mutual of JJamlUo l.ouuxw
Kanvlllo Mutual 7,ouo
Home, New York ... s fiiio.ooo
Commercial Union , , n.ooi.ooo
HETUKSENTS THE tOUAIWIKd
AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANIICS)
Dciimlug of Muney 1'eunsylvanla.
Jvurih American of rhlladeljihla, I'a
k armers of York, Pa.
Hanover of New Y'ork.
Manhattan of "
unico on Markt Street No, 0, Bloomsburg, Pa,
ott, w, "7T-ly,
A VUAIt, ArenUwmloJ.lliul.
liiM..J vd.TR.nn .t--i. u-
0. E. ELWELL, ulW"a4Propr.tori.
"fM. L. EYERLY,
Collections promptly madn and remitted, omco
ooposlto Catavi tssa Deposit Bank. tm-89
Atn. U KAVB. JSO. E. FKTMIER. CIIAS. B. XOWARIIS.
WM. It. iiAOENIJUOH,
Knuli, I'rj mlcr SiKIarlH,
(Successors to Benedict DorLey & sons, 928 Market
Importers and dealers In
CHINA, GLATS AND QUEENSWARE,
02.1 Market Street, Philadelphia.
Constontlj on hand Original and Assorlid Packages
o. a. HKnnixn
7 ) ESl'EUJFULLY announces to tho public
JLAi that ho has reopened
rrf' SNYDER'S TANNERY,
V'vJfSS' (old stand) Bloomsburg, Pa., at
Torksofthe Kspy and Light Street.
tirlt. roans, vuere on oescnpiions oi
leather will be made In tho most
substantial and w orkmanllkc manner, and Bold at
prices to suit tho times. Tho highest prlco In cash
will at all ttmes bo paid tor
of every description In the country. The public pat
ornago Ls rcspectfuily solicited,
Bloomsburg, Oct. 1, 1S7&-
GLAZING AND PAPERING.
"TTTM. F. BOD1NE, Iron Street below hcc
VY ond, Bloomsburg, I'a., Is prepared to do at
In tho best Btylos, at lowest prices, and at shore
Tattles havlngsuch work to do will savo money
calling on mo.
All work warranted to give satisfaction. Orders
WM. F. BODINE.
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Patents, Washington, V. C. All business connected
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May 4, '77-tf bt
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WlIX CAUI.TON, J, T. THOWUKlk-OK, JUltl TWAIN, Wld
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breakfast table a sheet full ot unclean things, nogrv
ord, personal squabbles and pollllcal spites u
about as llkoly n way of propitiating his good-will a
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lzlng Inlluenec of woman, nnd It therefore hold, that
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and enlM the support of the women of tho commu
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Jan 4f Ts-4w
TUOJJAS D. llAKTMAN.
TEAS, VANNED FUU1T,
Spices of all kinds, Glass & Quecnsware,
Foreign and Domestic Fruits,
AND OKNKKAL LINE OF
IfmolPi oil SttH.
th door below Market ttreet, Ploomfburg, I'a.
rtr uooas delivered to all parts of tho town
April si, H-tf
The Great New Medicine!
,A Health-Giving PoworJ
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
INVICORATES THE LIVER,
PROMOTES DICESTION, nnd
STRENGTHENS THE NERVES,
Tli ii. .nVctuullv riirlntr itUrase fif slutt.
ver nanje nr tiitliirf. II i vortll or a
trial. HKi-'lKl1' i;tiuruntettl.
U AUR1:aUI.U llmlimlis OltATKFVl.
I u Ihu aloiuucll, II .! 111 c 1 1' III I un u
C 'A'l'lIAltTlC, Al.TUHATlVi: uiul 1IU-
II I:T1C. lta url lull l lint Hllrmlnl Willi
ui r uniilni.anl liolliiKi Uf Ither la lull
Ku r nor ilrb llll y iirli'lirel.
ion trury, rrrrhiiient mill liivlBorullon,
It liii.mrillutt nict upon tilt dlentlvi
orKt , ' wtirtlirr luiialii il by ill.ni.e or
exit uult tl finui uuy rnuse, I to lnrra
thulr poMVvrs of uslntllutloit uml nulrl
ttoii.tlie uiitietltH litiliiKlucreuseil ntoucv.
To lliii unVcliil vlll an ni;"inil ion
illtlou f tlio liver, a lllllou.iifkHi rhur
ucvrlti ly u iluiiky roinjilesloii, u l-outeil
tfiBarn, - .ouily, liuil luilti I nl ho mouth, a
ea.prlciou upiietlle unit iliif;uUli action
or the buw. el Willi a atiif uf fullnr In
tlMlieaitnii. dofiiiuiitul iliillneii, VlOUlt
.K iirovcl mail vuluolil.
lis rfrt -.uiion the klilnoys In no lei
tialtpy, a t urlilil, Irrlliitlug urine Is
quickly flni rl up liy II.
Inttaiiiniiilo, ' i"l Chronic HIIIUIJIA
TIN31 -will imii i ilUuppt'ur by a perHUItut
llo of VKilllli: k. , ... .
For the cure of hkln IIUrane anil Rrtip
tlon of ult lclmls, VltitltlS12 U luogt
eirtiilli ' .....
VltiOtll.'Vl a rompiiBtHl of Ihr actlvt,
propnrtlriinr Ill'ltllS, HOOTS, (JU.MN and
U(ICH, that llature ulone furnUhfS,
....... raru bellLIT takll by U tllUt tllUV
are ualheeil at the right seaHon of the
year, mill that ti'ley poaieti their Imtlvc
'flmYviOOllBSTM has IhepnwertoI'UU-
ipv 'rim iiL.con, isviuiiuath the
I.lVKlt, and KTIMnl.ATK Ills DIKKM.
1VK tlllOANH, 1 Indliputably iiroreu by
thoto who have Kluii It u trial anil liuvi
been permanently euietl.
Wo do not ask you to try a docen bottles
to experience relief, for ire (iUAUASTKE
you will feel, better from tho lint fuir
V1UOUKXC Is attonlllilni; the svorld
with It rurrf. anil U llirowluir nil other
TtlVlCS, AI.THIIATIVKH and l.VVItJOK
A.NTb, Into tho .liuil.v I'm up In larRe
battles, double utrriiKlh. lteiulre liuull
dose, and It pleasant to take.
l'rlce.tJI.OO per llottle.
WALKER &. BADGER MFG. CO., Prop's,
83 J;U St., Hi T:ik, ul 711117 City, It, !,
"THE OUJECT OP EAT1SO." s new book trctj
01 it sliould rosd. scut lre uiou receipt of a out
Fc r Sale at I J.
ll looiiisluirir, I'a.
nits rirca is oi iilg with
-JHlBPi CHESTNUT ST., ST. LOUIS,
ELOOMSBUIIG, PA., FRIDAY, JANUARY
For Bilious, Remttteat anfl Inter
Or what Is more commonly termed Fever and Ague,
with pain In ll-n loins ami through tho back, and In
describable chilly schmtlon don n tho spine, an lire,
slsllble disposition to yawn, pain In the eyes, which
Is Increased by mo'.lng them, a bluo lingo In too
skin, anil great lhtlessness and debl'lty, getlne la
asafo nndiosltlic reined r. It Is compounded ex
elu'lvely rrum ttie Juices of carefully selected barks
nnd herbs, and so strongly concentrated that It Is
one of the greal est cleansers ot iho blood that U or
can treput together, egetlne does not stop with
breaking chilli and feur, but Itextondi Its wonder.
fill lnilucnce into every part ot the human system,
and entirely eradicates every taint ot disease. Vi g
fllno docs not actaiapowerfulcathattlc, or dctlfl.
tate the bowrlinnd came tic? patient to dread othtr
serious complaints which tnut IneMlablv tollow j
but It strikes at tho root of disease by purltj tng Iho
blood, restores tho liver nndkldnevsto healthy ac
blon. regulates tho bowels, nnd asMsts Nature In per.
forming all tho duties that devolve open her
f Thousands ot Invalids nro surfcrtng to-day from
the cfloctsor powerful purgative nostrum, frightful
quantities ot quinine, and poison doses of arsenic,
neither ot which ever have, or cur could, reach tho
true cause of their complaint.
works In tho human si stem ln'perfect harmony with
nature's lsws.nnd while It Is pleasant lollie taste,
gcnl.ll to the stomach, and mild In Itslnlluenee on
tho bowels, It la absolute in Us action ondlioase.and
H not a vile, nauseous hitters, purging invalids Into
fnlse hone that they are being cured, egellne Is a
purely Vegetable .Medklne, compounded ujion scien
tific principles, it Is Indorsed bj tho lst phj slclaus
where Its virtues have been tested, Is recommended
only wht re ineillclno Is needed, and Is not n ml.ituru
of cheap w lUsky sold under tho cloak ot bitters.
CJlvci llenllli, siiciigiii ami Aii
lictllv. My daughter has received great licnellt from tho
use ot Vegetlne. Her declining health was n sourco
ot great anxiety to all ot her friend". A tew bottles
of tho Vegetlne restored her henlth, strength and
appetite. N. 11. TILDKN,
Insurance nnd Ileal Estate Agent, No. 19
Sears Ilulldlng, Uoslon, Mass.
B0ST0K, NOV. 13, 195,
II, II. Stevens, Erq.:
Dear Mr Durlniff tho past flvo & ears tl have hid
ample opportunity to Jiklfje ot tho merits of Veg
Unc. ly lfu m u-nert it for complaints nttondliiir
a lady of delicate health, with more oenctlctal results
th.m any thlnt; flsn which she cut tried. Ilia a
(riven Tl to mv children under almost every clrcum
fitaticn attciul ahirL'o family! and always lth mark
eiltienetlt. Ihato taken It myself wltii such preat
tenetlt that I cannot nnd words to express my un
qualified appreciation otlts Roodne.
Whtloptrurmlntr my duties as a polJco ofllcer In
thUcliy.lt his been my lot to fall In with a ercat
ileal or sickness. 1 unhesttatlnplyrrcotninend Vejre
tlno, and 1 neer knew of a cato whero It did not
prove nil that wns claimed for it. I'rirticularly In
cu&es of debilitated or impoverished stato ot tho
blooil. Us clTects aro really wonderful ; and, for all
complaint stnrtstntr from an Impure state of the blood,
it appears to work like a charm: and I do not believe
there are any circumstances under which Vepetlno
can Ihj ust-d.ulth Injurious results; nnd It wUlnl.us
aHoril ine pleasure to ple any further Information
ns to what I know about Vegetlne.
WILLIAM D. HILL, rollCO;SUt!on 4.
Is Prepared by
T-T. 11. STEVENS. Boston,
Voget'me is sold by all Druggists.
REAL ESTATE !
In pursuance of an order Issued out ot tho Court
of common rioas of Columbia county, the undcr-
Mgned commttU'o of tho person and cstato otHan
lel (X'aruart, a lunatlo ot HOirlncreol: township In
said county, w Ul expose to public Balo on the prem
Saturday, January 20, ws,
commencliig at 10 o'clock a. in , of said day, a certain
Tit ACT OT LAM),
bltuato In Iloarlngcrt'ek township. County ot Colum
ONE HUNDRED ACRES
more or less, bomidod by Lunls of Franklin Yocura,
Cot's hrlrs, t'eter (iearha.t and Frederick Doty,
wtcreon Is erected
Tw uoil IJvcllliifr Uoumcs,
a IlauU lurn and other out-bulullnffs.
MX), all that certain tract, townUilp and count
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES,
more or less, bounded by lands of Chilstlan bhultz
bun ey, Mary Hadcr's Buney, lands ot William and
Klljah Vocum and William Lemon hurtuy and oth
ers, Gold subject to the lollowlnff except Ions and its
ervatlons. All coal ot a mineral or fossil character,
all Iron ore, and a 1 other minerals of all and eco
dcscrlplbnondall iulncsnblch now aro or hereaf
ter may bo operated, tosel her with free Ingress and
enresa to and for Charles S. Coxe, his heirs and as
signs. ALSO, another plcco or parcel ot land.Htuato In
township and county aforeatild.contalnloi; 20 ACnliS
and 15 perches bounded by lunds.of Franklin Vocum,
J. r. l'fahlcr, and other lands of tko said (learliarl.
Tho above will be sold as a w holo or in low describ
ed so as to suit purchasers.
Tkiims op Sale. Ten per cent, ot one-fourth of
tho purchase money to bo paid at tho striking down
of tho property, tho ontvfourtli less tho ten ptr
cent, at continuation absolute, and tho remaining
three fourths in one year thereafter with Interest
from counrmiillon nisi. ,
Jan. 4, lT3-ts committee.
llll; UUiaillC XJlUltUJ.
Choice bookano longer for tho few only, The best
standard noels ultliin tho reach ot every one.
Hooks usually bold from ft to3 given (unchanged
and unabridged) tor 10 and 10 cenU.
1. i ho count of ilonto-Crlsto, Alex Dumas 40c
ISO. Tho King's own, by Capt. Slamut ll'e
157. Hand and (lloe, by Amelia H. Kdwards 10o
15.S. TroaauroTroo. by Samuel Ijer W'C
15y. Tho rtiantom tuln, byCoptaln Matrjat llc
ir,o. The Hlack Tulln, by Alexander Uumas 10c
ml. The World Well Loit, K. Lynn Linton wa
nil. Shirley. Charlotto llrouto wo
liu. Frank .MIMriuy, by captain Marryat 10c
164. A Vouug Wire's btory, Harriet liovtrn mc
ls. A Modern Minister (Vol. 1.) Cheiely Novel aw
ltui. Tho I ast Aldlnl. hv (Jeorgo band loc
1T. Tho ()ueei,'s Necklace, by Alex, Dumas K-e
nw. Con Cregan, by i haileM Lover
Imi. St. 1'atnck's Lie, by Charles Lever ice
llo, Newton Korster, by Captain llarryat loo
HI. Hostage to Fortune, by Miss Hraddon a
17i. Chevalh r da MaUon llouge, by Dumas loo
US.Japhct In feeurch ot a Father, by Captain
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II1ST0HY OF COIiUMUlA COUNTY.
The llraflci! Militia of Columbia Comity,
The fulloning h n Hit of the (Irnfteii Mill-
tin nfcacli'townslilp In Columbia Co.
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A II Itupert lien F Hngenbuch
Henry S Arthur
M O Abbott
Henry W Heller
Oliver C Kahler
Win E Sterner
Philip S Moyer
Wm II Jaooly
Tlioa J liartou
Ethan A Scott
Samuel II Searls
Tlios V Ounton
O V Correll
Joieph Ii Shannon
Abraham II Thomas Augustus B Raub
Frederick O Eyer
Wm H Stahl
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Augustus B Clewell
Ileeso M Eck
John II Martz
Silas E Moyer
Xehemiah Ii 1 1. 1 e n -Madiz Bomboy
Milton M Traugh
Solomon Slicker Eevi McAfee
M F Hosier
W M Uerring
Nathan LongabergerJosiali Rittenhouse
Philip Defiance Samuel Herring
Anrou Jolinsou jr
Philip A Klino Karl Itoston
Mcrico R Smith
W K Krickbaum
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Hemlriu W Bangs
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THE COLUMBIAN. VOL. XII, NO.
COLUMBIA DBMOCHAT, VOL. XL1I, NO. 41
John IP Girton
S S Runyan
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O P Runyan
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Wm G Girton
Washington's Only Sister.
Jlrs. Betty Lewis, Washington' only sis
ter, is described, in Scribncr for February,
as a woman of many virtues, antl well be
loved of her famous brother. In tho future
i , ... ....
ntiwevcr, sno is me more likely to ho cele
brated for her spelling than anything else.
Wo rpioto the fullowiug letter from tho
Scribner article :
"July 5th, 179G.
JlY Diun UnoTiir.it 1 receiv'd your let.
ferof2Gih and 29th ot June, tho day after
1 wiote to you 1 was attack with the ague
and fever which has lasted ever since, I Ex
pected your coming threw Baltemoro that
you would ascertain Mr. Parkes fortune
thoe I believe ho' would not tell anything
fals on tho Occation, Harriot's Brother
Wrote her a letter from llaltemore and like
wiM) one to -Mr. Parks congratulatening
them on there Intended Union which he
sayex he makes no doubt will be a very hap
py one, Lawrence was hero at tho time that
.Mr. Parks has spko to Harriot on the sub
ject and I beg'd of him to make all tho in
quire- he could but never hard from him un
til the letter I have meution'd hero nnd
concluded from that ho had Innuiml
was well Plcas'd, when -Mr. Parks ask'd my
consent I told him I had nothing to i-ny to
it mat you ware the Pert-on to be appli'd to,
I have never concern'd mvself with it I
think Harriot is Old Enougf now to make
choice for her i-elf, and if they are not hai)-
y i ueiieve it will be her one fait, bo bars
the Bet caracter of any young Person that1
l now my Dear Brother havo to thank
oil for your good intention of scudinc mo
nimiloifyouhadanytoHpear, but had no
write to l.xiect you to Difirnish vnt.r
I urn mutch obliged to you for your invi
asion to Jlouut Vernon but it is utterly out
of my Power to get up, I believo I wrote to
ou last fall that I had but two old Horse
and in Teun word left out from that my
stable was broken open and tbo bestol them
carri'd of and from that day to this I have
not Hard a word of him that was tho forth
charriot Hors that I lost in Fredericks vou
may believe I bad no great Parsiallity for
tne i-iace, Harriot Is Better and is gono to
the forth of July In Town but I think tho
Jly love to you and my Sister Washim?
ton concludes me your
1, C T . ......
i.o. i icaryou win Hardly make out
this as I have a violent Headake and h hor
rid caugh -1 believe Hnrriot is distressed to
know bow sho is to bo Provided with thiugs
for a Weding Dress."
This was probably tho aced sister' lnt
letter to her brother; for she entered Into
rest cjuly In March, 1797. Her portrait
iai.cn in ner youtn, represents her as a tall
handsomo woman, with brown hair nnd
oyes ner ncail held proHdlv erect nnd l,n
mil nps nrnily, almost haughtily
ed, n if sho had just Issued some positivo
tuutuiauu to ner army ol tall sons.
M. Gartlaux, a French statistician, in.
....t.tt .i. . i . ... -
puuusueu somo curious statistics on the dan
gersoi traveling by land. HesnvHthnil
the old diligence days man had One r-hnurn
of being killed in 300,000 trips, and one
cnanceoi ueing Injured in 30,000. On tb
mllH-IIV liolu-nati 10QK 1 P f r . 1
i.M uuu ioio,tuere was one
cuauce oi ueing killed in 2.000.000 loumev
im uuu cmuice 01 ueing injured in 600,000,
From 1S55 to 1875, one chance of belm nil!
cd In making 0,000.000 journeys, and one
ciiauce ot ueing injured in COO.OOO. Now
one to one million. Consequently, a ne,.
travelling 10 hours a day, at the rate of 40
mile an Jiour, would iu tbo first period
have had a chance of escaping destruction
uuring ai years; In the second nerio.1 lim
ing 10U years, and between 1872 and 187(5
uuring H3'J year. Arm York 7tw.
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THE SCIIOii.UrS sweetiieaht.
Ilr KlxiiK Fawceit.
All day he tolls with zeal severe
on something learnodly polemic,
From Harvard ho returned last jear,
With bounteous honors academic.
Ills parents namo him but Id praise,
Ills little sisters quite adoro him,
And all tho loving household lays,
Allegiance willingly before him.
What forms his labor, week by week
They could not understand-ou. never!
'tis something eminently Greek.
TIs something Intricately clover.
Ilct still his task, uonnlshed yet.
He chapes with Industry unflagging,
And writes Ids treatise that shall set
Tho heads ot noted pundits wagging.
Ls it ot Honor's doubtful llnosj
or yet somo question, subtly finer,
Of whether certain famous'wincs
Wero first obtained from Asia Minor 7
Is It ot dialects Impure 7
Is It sotnollong-tourth rule of grammar
Is It old Sanscrit roots obsouro
Is tt that wearisome dljamma
Hut whether this or whether that,
Through fragrant fields, when work Is ended,
Whllo darkly wheels tho zigzag bat.
And all tho west Is wcrraly splendid.
Ho steals to meet,ln leaving wise,
with eager steps that do not tarry,
A rosy girl, whose shining eyes
Urow tender as tho calls him "Harry."
What altered thoughts can she awake.
This pearl ot sweetheart, best and fairest I
And what a contrast does sho make
To "Comments on tho Second Aorlst 1"
So strongly round htm can she throw
Her dazzling siwlls of sweet retention,
'TIs doubtrul now it he could go
Correctly through his Flrt Declension,
For whllo near mossy meadow bars,
With spirit thrilled by sacred pleasures,
llo lingers tlll,tho dawn of stars,
Ho lingers by tho girl ho treasures,
This grave young scholar scarcely knows
If Hector was a lighting seaman,
If lofty l'lndar wrote In prose.
Or Athens lay In Lacedxmon I
Harper's Magazine for January,
n. W. Xosartuxsw.
stay, stay at homo, my heart, and rest;
Home keeping heart aro happiest,
For those that wander they know not whero
Are full ot trouble and full ot care ;
To stay at homo Is best.
Weary and homesick and distressed.
They wander East, they wander West,
And are baflled and beaten and blown about
liy the wtnds of tho wilderness of doubt;
To stay at homo la boat
Then stay at home, my heart, and rest ;
Tho bird la safest In It nest ;
O'er all. that nutter their wings and ny
A hawk is hovering In tho sky;
To stay ot homo Is best.
The most imposing and interesting judi-
nial document to nil christians that ha3 ever
been recorded, is the original death warrant
f Jesus Christ. The document is in these
Sentence rendered by Pontius Pilate act-
ng Governor of Lower Galilee, stating that
e.siis of Nazareth shall miller death on the
In the year seventeen of tbo Emperor,
Tiberius Ciunr, and the 2Uth day of JIarcb,
n tho city of Holy Jerusalem, Anna and
Ca.-pin being priests, sacrifiscators of the
people of God Pontius Pilate, Governor of
Lower Galilee, sitting in tho Presidential
chair of the Factory, condemns Jesus of
Nazareth to dio on the cross between two
thieves the great and notorious voice of
the people saying :
1. Jesus is a seducer,
2. He is a seditious.
3. He is the enemy of the law.
4. He calls himself, fasely, the Son of
5. He calls bimelf, falsely, the King of
G. Ho entered into the temple, followed
by a multitude, bearing palm branchc In
Order the first centurian Quillius Cornel-
us, to lead him to tho place of execution.
l'orbld any person, whomsoever, rich or
poor, to ihterfere with "the death of Jetus
Tho witnesses signing the condemnation
f Jesu aro :
1. Daniel Robani, a Pharisee.
2. Joaua Robani,
3. Raphael Robani.
i, Capen, a citizen.
Jesus shall go out of tho city of Jerusa-
em through the gate of Struenea.'
The above senteuco is engraved on conpei:
on ono side are engraved tho words ; 'A sim
ilar piato is sent to each tribe.' The origi
nal is in the Hebrew language. It was
found in an antiquo vase of white marble,
while excavating in tho ancient i-iiv nf
AnuilJa, in the Kingdom of Naples. In tho
year 1810, and was discovered by the com
missioner oi art ot tue French armies. Tho
French translation was mndo by the com
missioners oi art.
Quarrels would never hut long if the fault
were on one side ouly.
Each day is a new life : recard it. liters
fore, iu an epitome of the whole.
The only way to make a friend Is to bo
Jlen aro liko words: when not nrnnoi-w
placed, they lose their value.
Unreasonable hasto is the direct road to
Tho attempts made by other citiei to bent
Chicago in the maitir of failure havo been
Such is the b)dtophobi:i tcarc in London
that tho police nio capturing dogs at the
rate of 200 a day.'
Lovo often ro-illum(w his extinguished
flame nt the torch of jealousy,
Every male citizen of Atlanta, Ga., is
taxed $5 for the maintenance of the
Harvest never comes to to such
Jim. iVtewatt will
and yet the has no
nover marry again,
cliildrcu to toy the