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A nJUOCBAT.STIB or Tlt """Til ANf COI.OM.
i weoldi every Friday morning ,at
!i iiisn011(l, OOLUMMA COUNTY, PA.
n not.uns per year, so cents discount allvwod,
i w"" vuot. To subscribers onto! the!
"' n, (srmsnr. a V' J-car.strlully In ndiatice'.'
" r iilscontlnin'rt, oxcopt at. the option 01 (ho
r i. until all arrearages are paid, but long
1 , rmllts alter Itiu expiration ot Hie ilrsl
VV'iit'nii't. eif IhifStalo or to distant nmi
v nine paid for In advance, unless a respoti-'
i tn Columbia county assumes to pay the
in nun on ueiin.nu.
v j i: Is no tonjer exacted f rum sumcrlbcra In
,nir i' Department ot tlioCoi-rxnUMlavcry
in'l our ! t I'rlntlnjr will compare fsvora
... ' ,r of the large cities. All work done on
ii, jgv and at moderatu prices.
:u, k. elwell, i
3. X, BITTElJ3EMDi.il, f Proprietors.
NUW PI KM!
il Known O.B. Will n:, Proprietor ot tho
VVnKVlM.U AellllCl'LTUtUL WGHKs,
tialf Interest In the aamo to J. W.Conner.
,n Have repaired the wnik", ana aro pro
' , oil modnteiill who watit nn) thing In I he
I f 1, l ' iniU'lI.''..! ,l-y 111,,- JUSl
tt new 1( It nann . one iiiuw.wircmi ji',-.
II'IIU. nitl Bill .111!.-,
it, ,ii" right nimi
, ,p in, mime, a n '
uir. Hiako of rldjlo shoe, called lha
iVIlliC 'lllrCMiui mm v.li:iiicrt
....... va mnniirnrinrn i.as. i, iiiili.i ,h
!r in heals. -' Jrn Plows doubln and Blnglo
' , ,r side hlllPiows, Mill Castings, Turning
.'' itosrriptlon dnnn wltn promptness. We
" ' il in'iv on hand 1 irgo assort rncnl of Plow
r rnrmir ,n 11 ,iu. ..."..j i-.-.--.... .....
niii.trv. wo vein not bo underso il n
rii uterlalct Ihe cnmo quality. Mlourwoik
r,tr,i togl o Batlf irtloii, or His money re
uKl'tVY COMI'B ITPiN, Farmers, and
li, in emtal .r" rique-tcdto call anil ci
wrc purchasing flscwh re.
WHITE & CONNER,
m WHITE SEWIHG MACHINE.
,rra , tuo world renowned reputation ot tin
riitc bowing Machine
. ji - manv unscrupulous competitors to resort 10
mi kind or mean tricks t ) Injure Its reputation. wn
to caution all Intending purchasers not to buyu
, n' from tta regular nuthorirod dealers, who will
ei',talhed by the following warranty.
r. WAllUANT THE NATUHAL WEAK AND TEAK
White SIMMs Sewing Made,
.e ni MnKw Kiasni) vmx family pnipn-
li lir.iiKHV AflHKKTO Ki:i' TUB SWIK
IS 1,1.1'Mll KOII Till TKH.M OP I'lVll VIlAlt-.
TOO .1 Til IS 1) VTE, 1-UEK 01' ClI.illOE.
u warranty excepts tho breakago cf nvcdlca
I - and shuttles.
- . arranij- win ,i,n. uu auam """.v
nl number nliovo Klven corresponds with tlu
icimi ronlheshutlloracosllfle. liuwaro ef defaced
c .tlterod numbers.
WHITE SRWISO MACHINE CO.
Tho "WHITE" Shutt o Sewing Machine
It,, i ;BtTEKdrjciTYtlinnnnyotherfiimllySewliis
M.i ulnc for doing ecryarlityot work.
J. SALTZEH, (leneral Aeent,
Q 11. HltOCKWAY,
A T T 0 U N U Y-A T-Ij A V,
CM fstai 4v lu-il niko, P.lcomsburc. Pa.
Vtnib r of the I'nltod States In, nu.1.11..
C o1't?V,t'iT?'lJo snjr mt u A,n"'n r Kur jpe!
Attornoynt-1 ,n w.
onice, Stcund door from 1st .National liahk.
Jan. II, IMS
Attox nt5'-nt-I .nv.
Inerenso of iWiom Obluincil, Collccttoiw
Offlce In Pnt'a licii.mvs.
Q Ii It V.J.I1UCKA1,KW,
ATTO UN RY SAT-LA V,
omee on Main street, nrt tdoor below CouitlloniKi
(mce over Sch'ij ler's Hardware store.
ATTOHNBV AT LAW.
OntcK-In Ilnrinan"s p.ulldlnir, .Main ttrcct,
D. WILViOT CONNER, M.
.11 Ilnst Klrn t, llliimioliiiru. l'n.
Sppciai, Attention (liven lo tlm JHicaso
niicl Dtfeclii nl'iliP
Eye, Ear and Thteat, and ' arjery, '
in i)ll Its various I randies.
Hnvins take.i an Kelemttd count 0 Slmli
III the varlnirs JlwInU, Analnmiral ami "ir
'Jieal Jtoomt ol'tlns cohhtv, and In (lie
riiiv.vn: l'liAoncuA iNciinuonoN
nf one ,if Amerint't Ablest Irnfavon on Iho
I .ye, l..ir unci Thru it, tir.ii
S-LTiiOKUY in ginemli
A'sn n ttnuttmle nf ihn
TJinrx ricAitv ai:Am:i) counsu
nl the mm
II A IIM'.MAXN JUDICAL COI.I.KC.B
nf )'lilWeliliia, Atn now fully (quipped In
ceiy particular. Otltr my rvii'es to the
Irolenimi ami Public n a' Spe.eiallt of Hie
IHsEA.sIg AMI DKI JItlS 01' THE
J.yr, lite, and Throat, and Suryen in all Its
varmn- btaprl.t. I nl,,, cirelully and Sd
cntificallij adjust tlu
kyb with i'non:u glasshs
Hnpin to receive yuur liberal patronage,
sulycribe myself, vorv respctfully, yours,
1). WII.MOT CONN Kit, M.U.
( H-lu a. in.
llouns ! .,1::10 p 111.
I 7-8 p. in.
BLOOMSBUHG, PA., FRIDAY, JUNE n, 1880.
THE COI.UMIUAN, VOI XJV.NO. 21
COLUMIIIA DKMOCHAT, VOL.XLV, NO. 1.1
HATES 01' ADVERTISING.
Hirer Inches. .
Ouaru r column.
u. lw. Am. 11
19 06 H.M I3.IMI fS Oil ."
I.eo 4.i .tfl d.eo 1.e
1,11 ..HI IM It.lsi l"t
n.no i.uo 9'si i""
a.isi s.isi In.tsi I.11 '"-(Ji
lu.oe IS.i l.i W' V
l.(fl t.io o.ti '""o l"""t
Yenrl) ad ertlsrineiits pa)aMe quarti rli. 1 ruj.
nept n here puriK t nat e accouin .
nsi-i tti.tiN and at that rale for addftloDallmiei UdU
sritbout reference to Itngth.
Rjccutor'a.Amlnltrator' and Auditor'B.tietlCjt
tlircodollara. jnutl bo paid for wl.fD lnkcrtea.
Tmniirninr Local notlcea. twi nil cciitf allD
regular adertlsements ball raiea.
Cards In tho "llnslnrM Director!
dollar per year for each lice.
' column, on
akti;i: a wmii,k.
K. U. I.ITTI I.
A . It. LITTLE.
KOB'T. R. Mill r.
OHlccln nrowcr'sbulldlns, second floor, room Nc,
1. Uloomsburg, Pa.
onico corner of Centre and Jlaln strjets. Clark's
(!au be consulted in German.
J in. 10, 's i-l f
1 EO. B. KIAVELL,
A T TO 11 N K Y-A T-L A W,
coucMtUN l!rn.mK(i, P.l.iombburir, Pa.
Member ot the United Stales Law Assoclatlin.
Collections made In any part of America or Knrope
wo tballBlvecrrcclal ntlenllon to ntPAllllNO
Reaper:, Mower ; Ihreth'sg Machines.
Wpkcvpa Smiplr of lii iuilrs ,, iinn.l for all of
D, M. OSBORNE & CO. MACHINES
We also have (isp.oilNE HEAPVPs nnd 110WC11S
tor aieon f crrmtnouaiinK Terms.
e recommend the
Oslioinu (olm the Most DurnMc,
nnd best adapted to jour wantj. Come and see us.
foundrcndMathlnefilicps neorenr t hops, L. 11.
It. II., Ill OOMMtCIUI,
lime 4. issn-riv
14 STOP ORGANS '?:$?
l.oxi'il snd Klilnn"! ontv tv l't.inos fln.itn
jl am.:rMliisuniiner error Hl'std free. Aden ess DAN
IEL 1'. uiiViTi. wiisninston, N. J. u may spew
(i 't 3, 'o-iy
Jjr.U. ' ' ,. nl.- Uinta It
i EiKiruirtriiiii. r i . "i
I'iIcm thai Kellhift'H I'ilH
tmmuOiuln rt'luf, ciin-n ca?o3
of luntc fctandmn In 1 wook,
ana oriiinory rnnm inauaj.
Wailuiwimti!. P' V;"
Nuv.Sl "'J.-V aid
Hij,V S"tL K',
BLOOilSBUIiaCOL. 00. PA,
A!) .tjlesotworkdono lnnsurrlormanncr,oik
warranu d as represented 'I kktii Lxtiuct
kimvitiiout 1'aik. Ooolsels fir $lo
Omco corntr Main and Iron streets.
Tn be open at all hours durimj the day.
F Ill'CKINOHAJI. Altnrnoval-Law. Of
t.flce, n.J. Clink's llulldlns.Sdftorv roctn J
L.oumsburg. may I, MM f
i. TUmri.KY. Altnrnev-at-l.aw. Id in
In lirower's bulidtnir. snd story, Ilooui', ui
1). H0111.S0N, Attornev-at-Law,
In Ilartraan's building, Main stieet.
!!. WJI. M. HBIlKlt,&trgcon and Pliysl
elan, onto) Market una, Near depot.
It. KVANS. M. D.. Surceon and I'liysi
clau, (Onico and Itesldenco on Third atreet.
11. MeKELVY. M. D..Sureeon and I'hv
slclan, north Eldo Main street, below Market,
Office, North Market street,
Oot. 1, TO, Uloomsburs,,l'a.
jU. I. L. llAIin,
" Jn street, opposite Eplicopal Church, Bloom
tv Tec th extracted without pain.
Oct. 1 ISI9
S. KS0UK. I.B.WITKBSTKrV
KNOIllt & WINTBUSTBEN',
ortlcc In Hartmari's lilock, Corner Main and Mar
t strw t, I'.loomsWif, l'a.
JgS-l'cmioiis nnd Iloiintio Collided
11. r. siIAl:PI.!s,
SHABPLESS & LE ACOCK
or. Centro and Hall Eoad sts., near I.. H. He; ot
Lowest Prices-will net nna:r:o.d,
MunuIacttirtrsofMINi: CA1I WHEEIS, fool Break
er nnd Ilrld'o Castings, Water Pipes, !tovcs, nn
waie, Plows, IltON FENCE, and all Ulnd3 ot iron and
'Iho orl-'lnal Jlontrose, Iron beam, right hand,
left band, and side hllll'lows, tho best In Iho mark-
ct.nud alliums or Ijw ro airs.
Cook Stoves, Ilootn Stoves, and Stoves for heating
stores, 'chool house, ciiurcuos, ,vc. aiso iho mi;
est stock of repairs for city stoves, wholesale nnd
retail, such as Klre Brlck.Oratcs, Cross Plccef, Ud
ie. Jtc, stovo Pip", Cook uoueri, Klllu im
Plates, ar,re Iron Kettles, CM gallons to lj I arreN)
Farm BclLs. SIM Soles, Wagon Boxes,
"Allontown Bono Maniiro"
l'LASTEll, SAuT, AC., Xil.
Jan 9, 'so-iy
V MONTH L'uaranteeU. H a (lac
at homo inado nj iho inuustnous
,,,i,iiini not. rH.mlreil : e will fctirf
ion. Men, women, nova and irlrls
make iuouc. fasti r nt woik for us
than at anMliIni: eWe. '1 ho orl; is
ll-ht and p'eabnnt, arrt mch as nniom, can go
K..., .i,....i,n,n uiu, who see Ibis notlee
will send us "tlicir Bildreates at once and see for
themselves. Cos lyouiuianuuiinnirir. ....c
tnn?. TlinJo nheaVly nt work are lajlr.g up I.ireo
i n, nf motirr. AddllSB Tl.lJS A- ".''" n
Maine. rKitn. i ty
M. nitlNKER, GUN and LOCKSMITH.
'titng Machines and Machinery ot all kinds ro
il Ired. Oreui Hovse Building, Bloomsburg, l'a.
VYID LOS'ENIlEItO, Merchant Tailor
Main bt., abovo Central Hotel.
1 fi. KUHN, dealer in Meat, Tallow, Ho.
Centre fctrect, between Second and Third.
A tier a while Is a beautiful day
Tho storm will lie endi-d and br'nhter tho sun,
Tho weariness over, tho tak will be done,
fiomo meet thing Is coming tocveryono,
After ft whllo Is a prosperous daii
1 hen e shall lint o all Iho wisdom wc nee d;
Our earnest end;avora sh.v I always succeed,
1111 ctcry Idealjexpands to to a deed.
After a while Isnnttllucntday,
When our fugitive trensuro shall all bosccuro
And wo shall forget that, we ever were poor.
Iipii patience shall b'orsum and friendship en
After a whllo Isa halcioa day.
When the lt.vc wo hue lavlshl,our,bosoins shall
Then fhall betiue even' handth, two press,
1 ho l.cat Is we cot.nae In, the Hps w o cai ess,
Alter a whPe.
After a while, 'tl i a mercl tul dai :
l'llleil with n'l mercy and free from all fear.
ALd thrilled wltn all love, Ah I If only .'twas
hat tho day of tho month nnd tho month of
the year, - Alter a while.
After a whl'e. Tls a far away fne;
l'or now, whllo Impatiently counting, I seo
Tls not in tho calendar open to mc,
bo It must bo In Hod's, In tho lite that's lo be,
"Rnnlr An:isr- I Wu" "' " Postnlwllli
JDOOJX JtAfieilCrt I ,0r mi.irefs. It will
pav ion. A. lb
UTuN Co., nil lommerco street
u iiuiy si-sw
WANTI'H to cHnva-s for tUo
in-tt i' i i.i hciuiirutij l.luMrnu-d
Annulli title tvporit.f liU,rour .lirouuh thSouIhern
Mat ni n una Mi tco, wlili cumplote liIM('ry ct
all C'uinrlr tn tlif Tropics of Uni'M anil South I
.Much a; ihskIimi ai'cannt i,r iiie irit r-uc(.'anic ru
iihI. ill.i.trawil with tn: us anil (llmruni. and llio
LT.IPI It'AI NKfU'U 01 I t'lUUJfllKl U' M'SBrpS. 1'urcir-
cumrs aim icriiii, uuurt'SB 11 . uutui & ui.,nin
, 1). IrS.CjiVlo'ublMtT or ll1Scla1S hiitt
Kcilptloii books Wonts one or mro Agents lu ev
en l'quwi . steady uoik anu utbt mma.
AS WK MAKi; IT.
Oh, if not tips a vale of tears,
A wotld of glocm and torrow.
Onc halt the gilef that o'r us comes.
Frcm suit wo olten borrow.
Tho earth Is beautiful and good;
How long wPl mnn tnhtako It:
The folly Is within ourselves;
1 ho w .rid Is w hat w o mako It.
Did wo but sttlvo to mako tho best
Ot troubles that tcfall us,
Instead of meeting cares halt way,
The wov'd not so appal us.
Earth has a spoil tor loving hearts,
Why should wo seek to break It?
Let's scatter Bowers Instead ot tLorns
Tho world Is what wo inaVe It.
If truth nnd lovoand gcntlo words
Wo took the pains to nourish,
Tho seeds of discontent would die,
And peace and concord llouiUh
Oh, l.as not each seme kindly thought?
Then let's at once awake It;
LUiu lag that for gocd cr I'l,
'Iho woild Is what we mako It.
without penny, becauso ynu'vo not n penny J nla ensued. She felt that nlio should never I
yourself. So, Tom, don't mako n fool of
yonrfelf over n pretty face, flutter your
brind before you eat it. There's Melissy
Jloniiry, whose father a worth'
'That's enough,' Interrupted Tom, and be-
foro Miss Silento could stop Mm he was out
uf the kitchen door nnd walking briskly
down the path tounul the gate,
'Lawful nkesl what peculiar creatures
men artl Talk of nie boiu' peculiar; why.
get well ngtln, ami the doctor did not de
ceive her with false hopes, but told her
frankly that In nil probability sho would
live but a few days. I want to see the law
yer nl unco if that a the case,' sho said. 'I
must mako a new will.'
Mr. Siinmjns.who hail managed her bus!
ncs f.ir years, c.tnii ns sooa as lio recslvfd
her message, nnd t'le vIll was male. He
hail hardly left the house before Tom
I ain't a clrcumslanca t'i that Tom I.owrcv. called.
IIo'll marry that Prissy Carroll now. If It's 'I'm wctse, Tom.' said Miss Silence fee
only to show me he don't care (or my mon- bly. 'Hut I'm not afraid to go. Perhaps
ey;' nnd with a sigh, Miss Sllenco went back
to her lard.
'Christinas gill, Indeed,' she multered, af
tei standing for some tlma In thought. I
thluk I see myself eatln' humble pie to
Martha Baldwin.' Hut somehow or other
hr consc'eiice did not feel quite so easy as
it Lad be fire Tom's call.
An hour later Tom was sitting In tho Wid
ow Baldwin's parlor. It was very evident
that the docst economy wai necessary with
the Baldwin", for tho carpet was patched
and worn.lhe muslin curtains washed thread-
bate and the furniture in sad need of var
nish and new hair cloth,
'I wish I taw my way clear to take you
out of this, 1'ilssy, said Tom, with a algh;
'but clients are scarce euough In Wolf- lsavin' you my money, secin' you're the only
boroY kin I've got;' went on MU Silence, 'but
'Now, Tom, where's tho net I to worry? you've taken Btich precluus pains to convince
I can t leave Aunt Martha anyway. We are mo you don t want it that I've believed you
both young enough to wait.' an' acted accordui.
'You're too good for this world,' Prissy,' Tom went homo and repealed the conver-
said Tom,' with a kiss on the dimpled white Uallon to Prissy, who shed a few tears, but
I'm peculiar In that as In other thing. Dea
con Iloiiuey and tho minister, Mr. Craig and
Mr, Darby have nil been urgln' of their
claims. 1 told each one o' 'etn I'd consider
the matter '
'Will they ha disappointed, Oiusin SI-
lonce?' asked Tom. Poor fellow! he was In
such a Bare strait that he could not help a
desire to have some help at letst from his
couin's hoard, lie hardly dared hope that
she had left him n cent, and yet he was hei
'That remains to bo seen,' was the unsat-
iifactory reply hi received to his question.
'But don't jou cherish no hopes, for I ain't
leu you n cent,'
'I suppose you think I'm peculiar in not
'There'ssomo one knocking,' cried Prissy,
sptinglng up and running lo the door.
It was mi visitor, but the hired man from
Miss Silence's f irm, witli tho spring wagon,
which he had brought to convey Tom at
once to his couiu's home, for Miss Silence
had, not ten miuules after his departure, an
hour previous, overturned a kettleof lard
tried to cheer up her husband's drooping
spirits with hopes of more business in the
That night Miss Silence died and, the
whole to.vn turned out nt her funeral a fen
'I expect Wolboro' Academy will find it
self able to erect a new building when Miss
Silence swill is read,' said oil Mr. Craig
by nccident and tcaldeit herself ycry peti- She told me she would consider the matter,
ously. and I know she was impressed with ray nr.
' ivhere s iny hal' cried Tom, in great ex- guutcnls.
vitiment, while the man was telling bow bo
MALT AND HPS
riMIIS INVOMPAU IILE NUTItlEXT
I isilchTln Ikme and Muscle Product! g Matcrl
u'is tluiti all other lonns cf nultor medicine, whllo
fret' ttom iho oiijecuons ur-ea againM m.iit milium,
l'or ipnicnlt ingestion sick Iliad.iche, cinsump-
.l..n l.t.vw-!.it!(,n Mi.r.t.il nn.i l'lixsliMl IMl.nM l-JII
NfrtntiAneus nut of -Icep. I Icerallve Weakness
i.f ivniuh s. i:luuMUnior Nun-lne Mothers, cf Iho
aged, and nf deitc.iie children, Ml.r I'.lTrL'Usiiro
tin nut. st. hi -t and most tconomlcat mectlclnnoter
eimi,nliniU-d. Sold cuijwliue. MALT HIITEIIS
i'0.,lliwlon,M.tss. il June J. nu-iw
...I, i -
STP.ANOE III'T WONIIEBFL'LLY TP.IIE.
Wh"ti I'r. Brings with conscious pride,
And ciuurVt zeal his mind applied,
The science dei p t" open wide,
Of soothing and of lualing.
He took of many siibstarces known
That would heal or still a uroan.
Aril soon composed by skill alone
His miraculous Bunion Ihlsam.
Tormented with Bunion, Com or Brui-i",
Thousands of sull'erer.-, heard the news,
1 lie remedy that meets tho views
Is Dr. Bripgs' Bunion ltal-nin.
Sold by C. A. Kleim, Bloomsburg, P.t.
A Word to the Wie. Try Dr. .Install
Ilrk-es Catarrh specTics on lollowmg condi
tiiuis: We will imy iluO lor a case they w ill
i, nt dire; $100 lortbeir ujual nsu cure; $500
if niivtliitiir noisouoiis is lonnd in tliem.and
1 ,000 if in any respect they aro elillerent
lioui reprtsentalion. coiu ny u -. ivieim,
'Ketch hold, Tom. There, I declare if
you am t spilleil about n quart, l knew
you'd gft it loo full.'
'1 didn't spill more'n ten drop", Cousin
Silence. How you worry over the loss of a
'It's one of ,r.y principles to save, as jou
might a learned long ago.'
'I believe in prudence; but what's n few
dropj of lard more or less to you with this
i'irm,and nobody knows how much in bal k.
Yo'i skim nn 1 screw as if there was dan
ger if your getting on l4ie town.'
Well, well; jou are tho frankest young
man 1 ever saw; anil oilenco H lliieis .set
her amis akimbo, and gazed at her young
cousin, Tom Lowrey, as if ho was a furiosi
ty escaped fiom a circus,
'Yc, I was always noted for my frank-
tics,' said Tom, coolly, 'aud I never lied
tate to speak my mind when duty urges.
However, I don't wnut to hurt your feel
No danger; I'm no spring chicken, and
had wasted timo by going to the oflice first,
and not finding him thero had hunted him
'Let me go with you Tom; I know I can
help,' cried Pri-y. as her lover was spring
ing into the light wagon.
'Oh, Prissy, if you only would.'
'Wait until I get my b'inuet and shawl,
and tell Aunt Martha; 1 won't bu gone a
minute;' nnd Prissv rushed into the kitchen
whom her aunt wa" ironing.
'Go, by all means,' said Mr1, Baldwin,
when she had grasped the meaning of the
girl's incoherent explanation.
Miss Silence made no remark when Pris
sy entered her room with Tom. She was in
gieat pain, nnd was glad to seo even. this
member of the hated Baldwin household.
Tor three weeks Prisy was chief director
of Ibe faim and managed things so cleverly
that JMis Silence had no chanco to find
fault. But the grim spinster had no words
of commendation lor the young girl's untir
'I calkerlate tn pay you for what you've
elone,' she said one day, as she watched Pris
sy making bread. 'You need not tbiuk
you're workin' for nothing '
'I don't want any pay, Miss Silence,' said
Prissy, with trembling lips, 'I am only too
glad to do what I can, because ' she
hesitated and turned scarlet.
'Becau-e you're in love with Tom,' finish
ed Miss Silence. 'Oh, you need not blush,
my irelings have grown tougn. nut tno
idea of your duty urging you to speak your for I know all about it, and if he chooses to
mind to me. Perhaps you don't recollect break bis bead agin n stone wall, I ain't
the whippin's I used to give you?'
'I haven't forgotten, laughed lorn, 'lou
used lo m ike me do my duty in I hose days.
But I wish I could convince you that it
would only bo an act of charity for you to
set d a little h-lp to Mrs. Baldwin. You
wouldn't feel the spending of fifty dolln.s
out ol your fifty thousand.'
'Masia sake it seems as if othcr.folks
know more about my business than I do my
self. Pilly thousand! Law I Who told you
I was worth so tnufli?'
'Oh, It's common town talk,' replied
'Well, it won't do you "ny good to talk.
goin' to stop him.'
At tho end of three weeks Miss Silence
WB.s nblo to be about again, and Prissy went
home declining the twenty dollar bill offer
ed her for her services. But sho had not
been home three hours before Hie hired man
from the farm came with two large baskets,
which be sat down on Mr'. Baldwin's kituhen
floor. 'Compliments of Miss Sile nce,' and
she sent these in place of tho money,' and
Wis driving off in the spring wagon before $10,000 Awarded. "I was so s'ck ind low
Prissy could recover from her Astonishment spirited that I would givo anything to get
to ask him anv questions. The basket was well : anl if any one had ensured me the
lull of good things of every sort, and thire good health proJuced by using Simmons
was a royal Chiistmas dinner for the Bald- Liver Peculator, and charged me a thou
ou'll never see tho color ol my money al- wjn, ,iie next day, much to tho joy of the tand dollar", I would willingly have paid it
ter I'm dead and gone. I've made my will, clillJren who had contemplated ruefully din- if I md had il; in fact, ten thousand dollars
I rather think you're mistaken,' said
'Squire Darby, 'furl feel morally cer ain she
has lift her money to found a library.'
The minister, who stood near, smiled to
him-cll. He hadn't tho slightest doubt that
the debt which hung over his church like n
pall would now be lifted through Miss Si
Tom did not want tn go to the reading of
the important document; "but Prissy insist
ed, and so they went together, though neith
er of them looked verj elietrful.
Mr. Simmons "Jliido no objections to the
presence of Squire Darby Mr. Cri'gand
the minister laughed and chuckled as Den
con Bonny entered, witli a pleasant smile
for Tom, who knew well enough what sar
castic triumph lay beneath it.
The will was dated a IVw days previous,
and every penny in the bank and the large
farm were left unconditionally Pri
sy Lowrey. Her husband's name was not
Tom's face was a study, while Prissy 1
most fainted Irom thissiidden relief from
all her trouble".
The faces of tho other men present were
studluus too. The Diaciu left the houco
without saying a word, and the Squire look
ed grimly at Mr. Craig
'She was n very peculiar woman,' said tho
mil iater, wiping his brow, on which the
drops of perspiration stood thickly.
But Tom and Pri-sy could afford to forget
their dead cousin's peculiarities, since she
had kept her vow never to leave Tom a cent
and yet had managed to make him comfort
able for life. There was nn immediato flit
ting to the ci'nfortiible farm house, and Tom
furnished a ni e office in town and drove in
every mnrnini in the snrinc wagon. Pat
troubles and fears were forgottp i; tho Bald
wins were made comfortable; aud, consider
ing all thing", Miss Silence did more gold
with her money than if who had left- it to
found n library or lilt a church debt.
I have just returned from Asia Minor,
where I have nt last finished that digging out
of Troy which I began In 1870. During ten
jcars I have struggled wilh great difficulties,
among, which perhap'.the most troublesome
has been the large amount of debris Under
which the ancient city was buried. It has
been necessary to dig down and dig up the
ground for mora than sixteen yards below
Iho surface. But I am lillly recompensed
for all my trouble. I found te remains of
seven dtll'erent iincint clties,tko last of them
was f lion of Homer. The city was built by
the civilian", biinislird from Dreece by the
Dorians in the eleventh cntury before our
era, Jn erne of tho burled cities I found
many statues of Minerva witi the owl's
head, whence her namo of Glaueopis In
another city in my image" of the divinities.
But the must interesting nnd Important of nil
ili'Covcrles is of course, the city of King
Priam. Every article found In the ruins of
that city bear unmistakable signs of having
been destroyed by firo and in a timo of war.
There were discovered many remains of
human bodies In full armor. I dug out and
cleared away the debris from the entire wall
that suiroiinded the city and also f.om tha
principle building'. Now I am finishing n
large volume in English desctibirg with full
details all my discoveries and co Ualning20fl
illustrations of the most important of the
disciv-eriei. My Trrjan collection Is now In
London, but. nt the end of this year 1 shall
tnko it to my villa in Athen", which is lir-
proof, built only ot marble nnd iron. I have
receiicd , large offirs lor my collection from
the United State", l.nglaud, Prancs and
Germany, but I cannot part with it for any
money in the world. St. J'ctenburff Goloa
"I don't want mat Stuff."
Is what a lady In Boston said to her hus
band when he brought home some medicine
to cure her of sick hoadachx and neuralgia
which hail mad her miserable fur fourteen
years. At the first attack thereafier, it was
administtred to her with such good result",
that sh continued its use until cured, and
made so enthusiastic; in ils praise, that she
induced twotity two of tho best familicf In
her circle to adopt it as their best family
medicine. Tuat "sluff" is Hon Bitters.
, CTarkS Wolt'B store, MaluBticet,
I UC.USTUrf FltEUND. Practical hotiico
ilnalhio llorso and Cow Doctor, Bloomsburg, Fa.
leb, 11, 19-tt
T Y. KESTEB,
ltoomNo. 15, OrkKA Hot-SK Bcu pino, BloomBbnrg.
M. L. EYEBLY,
collections promptly mado and remitted,
onpoalle catawlssa Deposit Bank.
y ii. mi awn,"
' A T T 0 Pv N E Y-A T-L A W ,
omco, corner of Third and Main Streets.
tnroest stock In new
. York city. I-owest Pr ces,
consisting ot Slonuetles,
Vwitous, Axmmstera. Velvets. Body and 'lapestri
lirussi-la. ' hreo Plya and I ugratn carpels o i " '
dirs to mauh), Oll-cioths tall widths). Mattings,
LACK critTAIKS. tt.ew per pair, to tho finest
HEAL LACE lmpoi ted.
169 101 blxth Ave., cor. ISth hu N. Y'
March t'i, oui, abxeo.
F. II HITMAN
AilEHlCAN INSURANCE COMPANIES!
i-ycomlngof Muncy i-enusjivama.
North Aiaclcauot Philadelphia, l'a
franklin, of " "
I'enuBylvanla of "
I armeni ot York, Pa.
Ilanovorof Now York.
Manhattan of "
Office on Market Struct No, e, Bloomsburg, l'a,
one Tiii.rsAND i i.opo i''!-J'V:;-
I'll KM 11 1 ilti'co o
01' WOliK on AN i OUII'-U
NEW DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
Will do without basting.
i, niii mule wide hem c.ti sieits, Ac, hem nil
mu-H a mor elast o stlti h than anj other machine.
rlHu? . aSfem and put In piping at sunio lm
1 i..m. -w braid en the right side
and stitch on trimming al ere cperut on
It will do filling Diasor strain,", mm,
or w oolen goods.
It will fell across senilis on anj nuuu.
I will bind a Urns or skirt and few on facjnff.
el'her w th or witnoue m owi , 'nly
Hats ClSaU,"r oilier aitni. s wim, bins. ur
blik, fie'm X to 3 Im hcslu wl nh, without batting.
It will gather with or wuinui
itwIllL-alher be-twoen Wo pluceaand sew on ut
tho same time.
11 will male n ruffle and stltcha pillow slip onto
the factngat the aniellme.
i ( in mako Halted trimming either w Uli or w 1th-
OllC htM 111? It OD,
H will mske plaited llliwutng elthe,- scalloped or
straight and sew a plpli g e" l ' "" """' 11
win mas.0 ivuiiu ,.u.....6.
J. SALTZBH, Gen'l Agent.
Bloomsburg, l a.
ocl. 3, '79-ly.
Some four months since a lady applied to mo
lor si melhiiig to relieve tilt- painol a trouble
some bunion and n festered corn, and having
heard vour Bmiion Ual-am highly spoken
of, I directfil her tn call on yourrgmt .1. H.
Il.ilier. nnd net n b x. She did so, and now
in'oruis me lliuc-ure- iscmipb-te, she having
ii(lV-red no pain after iho first application.
Ileliiiitir Bnggs' Buiii-m B il-aui of great
vnliie to tho-ewho sutler fioni corns, bun
im.s, A.e., I uiliesiiatingly recommend it lo
the people of the country. Said by C.
A. Kleim. Itlooin-biiig l'a
Odtirrh Ih'ittuatlumme (ime,ibats(ourge
of liiinisiiity, which ilestrois mill ms of peo
pie nniiiuMy.is speedily and radieally cured
with Dr. .losiah llrig.s' Catarrh Si ec.fics.
fold by C. A. Kleim, innoinsburp, IM
Mr Am M 6oaii. ol Jnntoii, A J it
I would p IflOO lor one botlleot Tamarack
.irermul Kidnev H"IUeilv. it I Coil, il not
get il witln'Ut It ha cuted me of grnvi 1
and iiillanunalion nl th prostrute gland,
wenk biekanil general debility. Sold by C,
Klrllr. BIl l Ulsl'IIIL'. l'n
Dr. Joeiah i1rUti Human Jloltam is the
and since plain fpeakin pleases you. 1 II jn! on muah Rn,i potatoes.
mako freo to say you ain't mentioned Prissy sent a note of thanks to Miss S;
In it.' lence bv Tom. but she never received an
'I calculate to take care of myself,' Baid answeri
Tom, lilting bis chair ag.iiut the wall. Timo went by and Tom'a law business im
'Leave your money where you choose; I prove,i 80 much that he persuaded Prissy
against her judgment to marry him.
Miss Silence did not grace the Important
occasion with her much wished for pres
would bo worth less to me than what it has
done lor me. Geo. Barrett, Macon, Ga.
Judge Pcishing ol Schuylkill county hns
jut decided a cae in his court which pre
sents nme almost forgotten features of the
law of this State against swearing. John II.
Ilashore, an excitable and somcwliat profane
citizen of the county, on a recent occasion
got off a volley of twenty-four separate and
distinct oaths, for which he was arrested,
taken before a justics of the pcicc ami under
tho law of April 2, 1704, lined $10 OS. This
lino he relused to pay. Ho was committed
to jiil aud the case was taken before Judge
Pershing on a writ of certiorari. The act of
17'Jl provides that "if any person of the ago
of 10 years or upward shall profanely curso
or swear by the name of Ood, Christ Jesi
or the Holy Gbo't, every person so offcuding
being therefor convicted, shall forfeit nnd
pay tho sum ot sixty-seven ecu's lor every
such profane curse or oath.
iVnd whosoever of tho ago of 10 years or up
ward shall curso or swear by' any other name
or thing than as aforesaid, and shall be con
vicled thereof, shall forfeit and pay the sum
of forty ecu's for every such curse or oat!.
Lxception was taken to the ruling of the
Ju-ticc on the ground that tho arrest of Bash
ore should have been by summons and not
by warraut, and suit shou'il have been
brought by an individual informer instead f
in tho name of tho Commonwealth, The
exceptions weie oicrrulcd, the deci"ions "
the higher curia beng that the action was
properly bi ought. But the .lustico neglected
lo return tho evidence taken beforo him, an'
this omission Judge Pershing d-cided to be
fatal to the proceedings, and be thereupon
revcr-ed tho action of the Magistrate. Tho
poiut of Ilia dcision.howev r, is in the pithy
conclusion with which Jud.'o Pershing wouni
up his decision He eav: "The general
prevalercc of profane swc.ningii'dicati-s that
tho statute under which this defendant was
convicted had long been buried out ol sigh',
l erPaps its ie-urrcclion In tin- cise may ac
complish some go' d by showing thoo who
have no regard for tho law of God that tno
law of tho land imposes upon tl cm a pens
ty of from forty to sixty-se-ven cents, to be
followed by i-upiisoniuent, accompanied with
a diet of bread and water, on refusal to pay
for each and every lime they polluto the at
uiosphero w ith their profanity."
COLUMIIIA COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOL
The 11 th annual association nsembled in
the Presbyterian chuicli at Illooinsbmg, on
Tuesday, May 25th, at 10 a, m., with liev.
M. L. Smyser, President lu the chair.
The Secretary of the association, Mr. M.
V. Km', having died duilng the year, L F.
Bower was elected to fill his place.
Owing tn this df cense, and tho disappear
ance of Important lists, the notifications for
the convention were comparatively few, and
tho number of delegates accordingly small.
Bat every ono was Interested and lire con
vention was a very successful ono.
The lollowlog schools were represented:
Berwick, M, B; Bloomsburg, Presbyteri
an, Lutheran, Kt formed, M. B; Buckliorn,
Lutherao; Catawlssa, St. Mathews, Luth
ersii; Espy, Lutheran; Ilidlay, Union; Mt.
Pleasant, Lutheran; Light Street, P esby
tcrlat; Milllln, Lutberai,; New Columbia,
Lutheran; Orangeviilc, Beformed M , E.,
Union; Uoaringcreek, Union ; Stillnalcr,
Uniot.; Webb's Bun, Uuion; Zloa, Union.
The exercises of the convention consisted
of open discussions on important questions
relating to Suuday school work, and tlm fol
io ing rosofutious, adapted by the conveu-
"Veiiliou, embody the conclusions reached.
Jttiohcd, That the Bi'ccess in Sunday
school work, consists in; 1, Leading the cull
dien to Christ. - Developing tbun In the
kuovvlidge of Christ. 3. Preparing them to
work for Christ.
Unolved, That teachers can gain the con
fidence of their scholars only by being spir
itually and mentally worthy of that confi- ,
Jletoleed, Thnt tho encouragements of
Sunday school work art: 1. The knowl
edge that wo are doing God's work. 2. The '
Improvement of our scholars, and 3. The
rtll x benefit to the teacher.
lliKihed, That the children of the Sunday
school cau do much for the church by I cing,
led into connection with il themselves and
then leading others by meam of the Sunday
chool into the same relation.
Jlesolecd, That the financial support of the
djuomiuatiuual Sdnday schools should come
from tho churches that iho support of Un-
iou schools should euuie Irom the parents
and friends of the childre.i, and that when
ever, possible all of the Sunday school
illectious should be given tu benevolent
Kesolutions of regret and sympathy were
passed upon the deaths of M, W. Ku, Sec
retary, and Cul. C. G Jackson, a member of
tho Executive Cummilte.
The following ollicors were elected Tor tho
President Itev. C. K. Canfield.
Vice President itev. T. 0. Clees.
Secretary L. F. I! wer.
Treasurer A. W. Spear.
Executive Committee B. F. Zirr, I. W.
Hartman, Dr. J. Schuyler.
Kev, M. J,. S uyser was elected delegate
lo the Sta'e Convention with Kev. N. Spear
and Dr. L. B. Kline as alterna'es.
Zlem Sunday school was fixed upon as the
place for holding the next convention and
tho 2llh nnd Soth.of May 1SSI as the time.
The Secretary was instructed to obtain a
iraplete list of all the Sunday Schools and
Superintendents in the county aud all inter
ra'ed, were requested to send information to
the Secretary L. F llnwer Berwick, Pa.
T.ne following resolution of thanks was
I'eiolred, that the thanks of this
Convention aro due, and aro hereby extend
ed to the pastor ami members 1 1 the Blooms-
byrg Presbyterian Church for the use of
their I ud I'nr : lo the Executive Committee,
and to the pe.,pi0 ,,f Bloonnbnrg for their
hns,itn!py to tbe member" of this Convention.
Couveniion ac'journed on Wednesday
nt it p. in
In c inneotinii with this the fillowiug rea
ilulion wns passed.
Jicmhat il, Bt the Fxerutive Committee
be r,q usied a) nu early day In bold district
insiituips throughout, th e com ty and lo or- '
gsn!z, whrevr practicable, district or
f L. F. Bower.
Secretaries -j Miss AllieKuhn.
( Horace Hartman.
J'rOlt i, ctliouuil j Hiciium 17 -i,ii,iio- it, , . ,
; ;., lis .In.inli llrimr. Dear - uu" 1 "1
.. - , I!. , . I I'I'l.u .luv. ...ot. mm. tulion !i innir wnnl
It, Tom Lowrey, and then you'll bo sorry
l'or sayin' tliem words, I'll remember em
and to will you when your pride basils
fall. There' plenty of things I can leave
iny money to; it won't gi begging. There
aij't a day but I don't get nagged about it
by some ono. Deacon Bonny thinks it bis
bo'Jiideu duly to advise mo to leave it lo
found nn orphans' home; old I.jr. Craig
wants it left to Wollboro Academy; Squire
Darby hns his mind nn it for a freo library
aud tho minister thinks I ought to remem
'I've no time tn begallivantlng effto wed
ding",' was her exeusowhen Tom reproach
eil her for this slight.
'She is such a peculiar woman, we must
not txpict her to act like other people; but
she has a good heart Ml spite of her queer
way".' said Prissy, when Tom tried to make
excuses for Ins cousin's remissness.
'But her greatest peculiarity lies in her
mt liking you, Prissy,' said Tom ki-aiuif
his bride's soft cheek- 'And indeed I can't
her what a debt's on tho church. To bear
'em talk you'd think I bad one foot in tho quite forgive her lack of taste.'
grave. 1 don t give none ol them any sat- ... t tll8 yollr 01ll,ifi rnr
isfactiou, and then they say Im peculiar. more iIHl, a yeor. They began housekeeping
1 iiliaps I am. , modest ooltpgeTom was paying for by
Tom laugl ml. He was spending a couplo installments, and were so prudent that they
ol hours at tb 11 (arm, which had been his managed to gather about them many little
only homo until be began to "search tor htm- comforts wnlch made their home pleasant,
climax of medical cience, the only dircov- self, to u-o his own gaunt cousin's exprcs- ijut, fortune very seldou smiles long nt a
Pry on eanh that win rsuioaiiy ami penr.p- llo ,lcver lft m,)rp thlln B llay r two , fc nml revc0, wi COI110
nently cure iiie.e iron esomo ami paiuio. . ... . , , .,,, . .. . . .,, , 1Wlnu
tornienls, wlios- iLrotiblng pains mm uu- i'' , , , , , , ,' , ""y"'. ui"l"i' v-
sightly protrusions is n sniirofl of onlold mis- tosee II li could be of any help, and to-day Turn's houso caught fire and burned to the
aery. Bunion Bat-am also inies hard aod he was makimrhimself u-eful in lining jars j-round, nothing being saved except some
,itt corns. ire iusir., m nn I boilers ot hot grease on and ntt tno Mothlng belongin. to 1'ris.sv and the baby.
stove; far Miss Silence was fryirg out lard, of course .Mrs. Baldwin opened her house to
Tom's law practice as yet was not very ex- (hem at once, though it necaadtated much
acting, much to his regret, and he bad more crowding. Prissy sugestod au appeal to
time on his liauus than pleased him. MUa Silence, but Tom emphatically de
'Hut now do promises you'll send Mrs. declined to make it. lie was far too proud
Baldwin something for Christmas, Cousin
Silence,' urged Tom.
I never promise what I don't mean to per
form,' was the chardcterlstic answer he re
ceived In answer to bis begging. 'Martha
ODD INSCIIIITIONS THAT MAY" BE SEEN IN
OLD ENGLISH CHECH YABDS.
lu wandering through the various resting
places of the tlead 0110 might well exclaim:
A'here are the sinners buried?' Surely their
graves aro not here; tho in-criptionson mar
hie, shall or slab Indicate the resting plates
of the' good alone. Hut in going here and
there in old cemeteries, especially in Bug
lind, one ofien comes across inscriptions
strangely unlike those of the present day.
Let us pas by ordinary ones and read the
extraordinary. Tho two wives of Thomas
Sexton are burled in a churchyard near
Nothing makes a man, woman, or child
feel moaner than a tickling sensation In tl
throat. Take "Dr. Seller.' Ciug'i Syrup"
Skeleton Imlieileil in n Tree.
The secret of long life i" to keep the liv
er pcrfecly healthy w hich is best accom
plished by using only "Sellers' Liver
st irtling surpris", after tho fashion
tbe story of Ginevra, was f xjieriene'ed not
long ago Uy a parly 1 1 i-jriaii wood cullers
in the forest of Drommling. They begun to
fell a venerable oak, which thcysoon discov
ered to be quite billow. Using half decayed
it speedily came tn tho ground with h cra-h.
Upon the stone over the grave dhcloslng a skeleton in excellent preserva-
of the first one is the follow lug: '"", Even the boots.which came ahovft the
Here lies the liiy of Sarah Sexton fcnee, were almost perfect. By its side whs
Phe was a wife that m-icrvexed one. I , ,
1 cau't say much for tho ono at tho next stono. apowiler born, a porcelain Pip bowl, and
In the cemetery of the Old Grey Friars, a silver witch on which was engraved the
ClIIIISTIAN F. KNAPP, IU.O0MSnl'll(l.PA.
1111ITISU AMK1IICA sSsl'llANCF. COMPANY.
fi1?,?! bv any court oi lai" Their aset are all Invest
cd in8oinm"iTUsand ate liable L In hazard
as sooras detemmfidtij ri.Bi.1111. V 1 sn i'.Brsc
...i'i'Uec? where .losses If any aro ielUed and p.ld
.'iroMfflWY AIK DBALINO
Plaster is a model of esculleneH, Deodori
Zlpg pool 1,011011 is a uoou 111 s, eaiy nn,
nnd dispels the ollenslve odor Irom tliem
tsil .n cure P'r ingrowing nans is inrnuu
leriil the win d II blood and corruption
gushes from ihe sides nl the toe at every
" . . it , . r ! I...- 1 1-
sten t tie rauicai e-uee mr irgrotuii nuns
gives instant rel'ef, and the severestca-es
are cured in ten da) s. Sold b)C. A. Kleim,
Hlnonisliiirg, l a.
Sict, Xenoiuor Jlilliout Headache. Mil
lions sutler this most universal nllllctioii of
tho human race; all ela-ses aro troubled.
Tho head never aches when the various or
gatis are working Hi harmony with nalure.
There can no no oeaoucue ji inn nuiuau mn
chinery i in a healthy condition Brings'
Allevantor is reliable fur headache ami lieu
ra'gia; never fails. Sold by 0. A, Kleim,
.S'jimif the Jlunle Herald tho tidings of
the glorious victory. The. day of sullering
from Internal Hlcedlrg, Hxtrruul anil Itcie
Ing Piles is -at. Dr. Josiah Briggs' Com
l.lnation Pile Remedies are in every respec
reliable lor Ibe cureof btmorrholds.or pile,
fisulaano and proiialapu,ani, xc. rrice ?i
P Id by U, A- Kleim, uiooiuauurg, l'a,
to ask for tho help which he thought should
have been earnestly oll'ured, Ills law books
and papers bad all been destroyed in tbu
fire; for bo had used a room lu the cottage
(or an oflice, and getting allying was rather
lhUwIn and I ain't been on speak-in' terms up-hill work. Christmas was dreary enough
thrse five years, and I'd be makin' myself that year, and even Prissy a courage sink as
pretty small to send her Christmas pieseuts, she thought ot the lultire.
I'd soon be op the ttfwn If I began to help 'Tom Lowrey will have a chance now to
all the poor people I know. It 'pears to me slow what kind nf stulf he's undo of,' said
you take a mighty "deep interest In them I MU Silence. 'He burdened himself with a
Baldwin's, Tom- Melissy Honney let out a wife and baby, aud he'll have to lookout
hint that you dre sparkln' that Prissy Car- for 'em. I told him I'd never gWe him a
ro, I dollar of my money and I'll keep my word
'I whh Melissy Bonney would mind ber matter what happens.'
own business.' I Miss Silence had thought herself prool
'Oh, you needn't get riled. I daro Bay it's against the weakness of falling ill; but in
true. 'Twould lo like you to court a girl ' March the caught a aeveie cold and pneumo-
Edinburgh, wo find:
Hero snug In the grive my win Hoto lie,
sho lsut lest anj sj ain I.
Here is auothei:
Here lies my near wltoasad shit tern and shrew,
ii 1 sam 1 re-greieca ixr 1 si.ouimie,ioo.
On a tombstone in CyforJ:
Hero deep 'n tho dust,
Tho old moldy ci ut
Of Nell.Uatchelor lately shoien;
Who was skilled In tho ails
ot pies, pudd'ngs and tails
And knew every use ot iho oven.
When she had Hied long enough
sho mado her last pi'T
A pull by her hmbaud much praised
Js'ow hero she doth He
And makes a dlrtplo
la hope that her crust may be raised.
But these are rather unjust Inward the
fair sex. Let us look for something more
truthful. We find it in St. Michael's church
But words aro wanting
To say what.
Look w hat a wife should bo
A ud sho was that.
In memory of Katharine Gray, whokc t a
pottery shop at Chester:
Beneath thli stone lies old Katharine Kray,
Changed Tom a busy Ufa to llfe'ess cla) ;
By eatth and clay sho got her pelf,
But now U luruedto earth herself.
Yo weeping li.cDdslct me advise,
Abate your grief and dry )our eyes,
For what avails a II001 of tears '
Who know a but In a lua of ) cam,
lu some tall pltchir or broad pan
Shu In licr Uiop may bo again?
namo "H. Von Kraiko ilz,!Sl2," The teeth
weie irfrct. It would seem to be the skel
eton of a man between 30 and 40 y-Hrof
age. It is toi jeclured that, while engagid
in Miming, ho climbed up the tiee for some
piirpo-e, ami slipped incautiously into the
hollow trunk, from which ibere was no re-
leas, Hid be probably iliul ot starvation.
Prompt Ai lion. It regulales th Iliwels
cures Diarrhoea, Dysenteiy and wind O lie
In fact Dr. Hull's Bby Syrup acts prompt
ly and fff.-clually in all coes, Trice 25
Cents a bottle.
The Sheep's Sense of Hearing,
It is said so acute is the sheep's Benteof
bearing that she can distinguish the cry of
her own lamh among as many as a thousand
others bleatii g at the same time; and the
Isinh, too, is able to rtcogniz its mother's
voice even though it be in tbe mid.t of a
large lick. J imes Hogg, who was a
shepherd as well as a poet, tells us that it
was very nmu-lpg to watch tho Bheep and
lamhs dur'u g the shearing season. While
tbe sheep were being shorn Ihe lambs would
b put into a fold by themselves, and the
former would be Beut tn join their little
ones as sejon as the operation nf shearing
was over. Tho moment a lamb heaid its
mother's voice it would hasten (rnm the
crowd to meet her, but instead of finding
tbe 'roi gh, well-clad comfortable mmma"
which it had lelt a short time before, it
would meet a atrance and most deplorablo
loosing creature. At the sight of this it
would wheel about, ntle ting ti e moot pite
ous ciy of d, spedr, and peilaps ruu away.
Soon iheBbeep's v ice was lira d Bgalti, and
Ihe lumh would thereupon return, then
once mure bound away, and 1 m etiniei re
peat this ce.i'dnct for leu or a dozen times
before it fully understood that the shorn ewe
was in reality itsuii.'hcr.
The uses i,l e'eciri"iiy seem to be almost
limitbss, The latest iirpr.-oio wh'e'i it
has bee n applied is in the seperation it 11 ur
from bran, an Improvement in the n'd ir. tl.
ods which pnuiises t be nf the greatrit
possible advantage and imp irtance. The re
mnikauie pari 01 llieail.ir is mat the new
procoss it the lo volition of tun Yilo O.illrge
students, nebher of whom I ai as yet at'
tained bis iii'J irlty. Tnat they I avo a pro..
peciiv" in their inentpu tt e-e tun bi
litl'o I'ouht, lor Ill's is tho H It su'rissul U
tempi loutil t- fraeti .naL.el'i"riiiiy ai d it
is imp s.'ibllu tc say to wl at t Mod's 11 ay
If 1111 want lo get lid of piiupliB, boll
tetter, Ac, use "Llndaey'a Blood Searcher,"
Sold by all druggists.
"Kvery men to Lis trade" is m old aying,
aud tho more closely a p-rmn applies him-
elf loBny coo sul j 'ct tl 13 mem proficient ho
b corn's in hie pariiiular linp, Some doctors
., ., r
iiiasu spevisiiy in 11 rrrwin uiscaee, nu,
s udy ever) thing that has a beating upon it.
'I hey experiment with different medicines '
until rue i 'il t pen that oM right to tho
mark. This 111 ey be said of the O k 0, Cor- .
dial nisn'raetureel and for salt-by Dr. Brown
ing, 1 117 A ch S r-e t, Phi ad-lphia. It is
for coughs and cold", and when Used searches
out every part that is affected. IMtef is ex-
pe,iiired in an iiicredlb')' short tune, Glyo
its trial. Sold by nil druggists at COc. a
It was better lo let the Pennsylvania'
bribers go than tu have lliim convict the
whole lte ublicau par')' I lhtioit Fret