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BLOOMSBUUG, PA., FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1881.
THE COLUMBIAN, VOL. XV. NO. 14
COLUMMA DKMOOllAT, VOL.XLVI, NO. 6
aavcrusemcriis uau thwh.
Cards in tho "Business Directory" column, one
dollar per year for each Una,
ATTOI1NEY-AT-L A W,
Colcmbun llciUHNO, nioomsburg, Pa,
Member of tho United Slates Law Association.
oct, 1, is:.
OQC9. Second doorfrctn 1st National Bank,
tan. 11, is.?
T II. l'UKK..
offlcoln Knt's non.ntKU,
A UDITOH'S NOTICE.
Anions tho, records nnd proceeding!) of thoOr
Minns' Court In and for said county It Is Inter alia
In tho estate of Mary Kcmlcy, dceoascd.
Ana now February 11th. ls . on motion of a.
norr nnd agreement of counicl, (luy Jacobv,
1311 . 13 nnnolntoil Allllttnr to iltHlrlhllln luilim.,. fn
hands of Stephen 1 1 f 11, administrator, by his first
account among rattles cntil led thereto.
.... .. . UVIIIEL'OOHT.
Certified from tho records,
O. M, (Jcick, clerk o. 0.
In pursuance of tho fnrppntnt? nnnetntmpnt. Hin
hndcrnlgned will meet tho partita Interested nt
p.isoiiico in Jiiooinsuure on rucsuay ttinijui nay ot
April 1S81, at M o'clock n. m., at which tlmo and
Ei.icoiney aro nereny notified tooppcarorbode
arrcd from coming In on said fund.
fob. es-4w Auditor.
1 11 .Y.J. 11 U . li-.l bt, II 1
onlee on Main Street, first door below courtUouee
ATTOIINEY AT LAW.
orriCB In Ilnrman's Ilulldintr, Mitn street.
H. & R. K LITTLE,
BOUT, n, UTTIX
omcelnlirowcr'abulldlntr.socond Boor.roora No
..w. boMsnuRa, pa.
oni'-o corner ot Centre and Jlaln Streets. Clarl:
(Ion be consulted iu Gcrmau.
Jan. 10, 'hlt
fIEO. E. EIAVELL,
I AT TO V. N V. Y-A T-L A W.
cot.nMr.un llniMiiKO, Illoomsburs, l'a,
niombor of tho United States Law Association
Collections made In any part of America ornu.op,
oct. 1, WO.
ESTATE OF ELIZABETH ROBERTS, PHCE1SID.
Tho underslgred auditor nppolntcd by 1hiOr
ihans' Court of Columbia county, to mako dlstrlbn.
ion nt thn balanco In tnn hands of tho nnmlnl;trii
tnr of sntd decHlent. tu and nmonir tho parlies enti
tled thereto, will bit nt his onico In llloomsburif on
Saturday April 10, 11 at ten o'clock In the forenoon
of said day, when and whoro all persjns Interested
nro rcciucRted to present their claims upon said
fund or bo forever debarred from n f naro thereof.
l'AUL E. WHIT,
march 4-lw Auditor.
tiA-'ifeSrl ft 11,11 mil. tr i:iii,AiiKt.i'in 1
f7Ak!3ia.hl','l, J--iu1 lonoy woaer In ihs
PiV.JJS fl! UlatkH. iSrUiriiihrr. Il l" .,.
It toVr rxmnlimt hrfnvc ott
VV fa? Ti)l3 'J "o
1 1 , l ntlit r c .iiipanlen rctnil for $50.
All Maeiiin-ii arrnifil r-r liir-j
3 -i, i rrt f-T .ur !l!u.tr itprl l
cu!iU.tiJ'f it.tiiniihlH. AiMrtJt
tiiA;:i,is a, noon a. o
An')l(li,M,lTrlul tlr mills-. J.Vmntrnficirorm
tf i (;,. 'r.'rsu tiHVmllr'plltanuUrc. Ve,n1,nln,l,,!,
1,1 . iriii,-. .tu iiuYu iiuitiuvti' ti J vfiiiiiunijiiy,
l'xti'd in tho 1 pll'i years prnvlnif cnnclulvely there
It iit re ii 'hi C'ltiat It lit; IliiU'lilntoii'H Worm
Dtfti-i.yoi' tf icmuve tlio Wnnns (all kilid.i, A'oitm,
frnl, in.;, and J'ii;c), that Infe't tho human Mftem.
1'liinMitin Ifiij then and glvo them to their MiU'eiltis
piUieuM. 77i,'? fi in) hnmbuijor nmukerti about thh
lhor.iiii;hly rellaUo mcdlclue. Trice, SS3c. ,cr box.
A.W.W3IQHT & CO., Wholesale Druggists,
Market and Front Streets, Philadelphia.
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backacho, Soroness of iho Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Soro Throat, Swcllings.and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feot
and Ears, and all ether Pains
No Preparation on earth cquali Rt. Jacom On, f.a
a sit fc, sure, sfmjifaand r;i(ri;iMcrntd Ucnicly.
A trial entails but tho comparatively trlilhip oullny
of no 4't'iilN. mid every ono Mifltrlniswlth pain
can hnvo cheap nnd positive proof of lu claims.
Directions In Uovcn Languages.
BOLD BY ALL DR0Q0I3TS AHD DEALEU3 IN
A.VOGHLER & CO.,
Valtlmcrr, Jf.f,, XT. 11. A.
ESTATZ 01' RAUCEL CVXkVt, BCCEASKD.
T R. WINTKKSTEEM.
KNOP.B & WINTERS rEEN ,
nmeninitnrtmnn's Illock. Corner Main and Mar
ket streets, liloomsburtr, l'a.
CSy-iVnsions aif Bounties tollcctea.
-p.VUL E. WIRT i
bnieo In llrower's Block, one door below Columbian
July 18, '50 tf
onico In tho Coldsiwan Building, second floor.
lOct. 8, '60.
To Nervous Sufferers Tho Qreat
1)11. J. R. FIMPSON'S f l'ECIFIC MEDICINE.
Dr. .1. II. Slropion's Specillc Medlclno Is n positive
cure for ncmorl:cf body or Lr.ln orcce.ss otnuy
kind, Mich ns weakness and all diseases rnsultlng
from Nervous Debility, lirlUblllty.Mcntal Anxiety,
Languor, Lastltudc, Depression oi Spirits nnd func
tional dorungements of tho nervous system gen
erally, l'atns In tho
UCCK or &iue, i.oh
of .Meino-y, l'rema
turo old ago nnd dl
cases lh.it, lead t(
ty &nn early grim
or both. No mattei
syacm may bo frond &!&yl 3 -YfrUl
excetscs of n n 3 iaiffla..'K B 2ilCrif j
kind, a khoi t couno ui lios iiiullelm! fll lebtoi oTliu
lost functions nnd procure Health nna Happiness
wlirro beroro was despondency and gloom. Hie Spe
cific. Monlclnn Is beltiir used with wondei fill sticcef-s.
rnmplilt'ts sent frco to nil. Wrlto formtmnnd
get full parti lcuiar.
ince, c-peemo i.uu pn piiiKiii;!., ur m. I'liiKtiKua
IU! H' l', ..Ill UU Mill U,V llltlll I LL-11'l, VI llllfllUJ
AiMresa all orders. J. II. Sl.Ml'S' iN'8 MhDICINK CO.
Nos. lui and P o Jlaln Elreet, Buffalo, N. Y.
ion. n, 'si-it
Tlio undersigned Aulltor annotated bvthoOr
Phans' Court of Columbia co 'to miko tlLslrlbiitton of
the balance In the lianas of tlio accountant among
tho parties legally entitled to receive th'j same
will 1n,r. II,,, nirtlna lnfnietn,l In unlil cotAlo nt
iuropcKu ins onico in tuo Tuwnoi niuomsourg in rnuicMun
,J, Ull l llll 11, A.,111 IIJ., UI 4.1, 'II.
at ten o'clock a. in., of said d.iv. wIibu and wh'io all
pat tied Interested In bald estate must attend or be
forever aobArred from any sluro of said fund.
L. B. WALLEIi,
aprll 1, 'SI-tw Auditor.
OVER Till! ItlVEIt.
over tho river they beckon to me,
Lovrd ones who havo crossed to tho farther side;
Tho gleam of their sunny robes I see,
Cut their voices tire lost In tho ru'hlng ttdo.
None return from thoso quiet shores,
ho cross with the boatman cold nnd pale.
Wo hear n dip of tho oar,
And reach a gleam of tho salt.
And lot they havo passed from our yearning hearts;
They cross tho si ream nnd nro gone for aye:
Wo may not sunder tho veil npart
That hides from our vision Iho gates of d.iy,
Wo only know their barks no moro
Sail with us o'er life's troubled sea!
Yet Bomowhcro I know on Iho unseen shoro
They watcli nnd beckon and wait for mo.
And I sit and think when tho sunset's gold.
Is lushing river nnd hill and chore,
I thalt ono day standby tho waters cold
And list for a sound of the boatman's oar.
I shall watcli for a gleam ot the sunny sail,
I shall hear tho boat as It ncars tho ttrand,
I shall pais from sight with tho boatman palo
To tho better chore of tho spirit land.
I lhall know tho loved who have gono beforo
And Joj fully sweet will tho meeting be,
When over tho liver, tho peaceful river
'i ho angel ot death sholl carry me.
A FAMILY" SECRET,
UY JIP.S. ADOI.VIIL'S nr.t.u
Notleo Is hereby given that the follow In account
hasb'-eu llkd In thu l'rotUonotari 'a oflleo of Colum
bia county and will be pictcrited to tlio I'ouit of
Common Pleas ot said county on Tuesday, the Srd
day cf May, A. I)., 1MI, nnd continued after
the fourth day of said Wrui unless eicoUlons bo
Hied within that lime.
Account of Clark Callendar, Committee of Wright
G. M. QUICK, l'rothonotary.
Deputy. apt 111, 'sl-io
tm TUink'TNOIIAM. Altornov.nt-I.nw. Ul-
ilAi.tlce. Drockway'a Building, 1st floor, Illooms-
Eburg, renn-a. --
Er ii. BA11KLKY, Attorney-at-Iinw. umcc
j , In llrower's building, 1'nd story, llooms 4 & 5
ARE PAID every BoUlcr diiaUclia
hue ..f I'ntv, by acciitent or otliorw A
U tIL'M f iiv kiiotjims i Uniror(too
rjh MJV'l UtlKfit Ut,6llMit,dia-.
e.tsu tl Lui (: it Vnrloe .h.n fiive ft
u'iiin. I mlir newl.i tliiuiuncUnro
iiititk'l in nn incrt'isu t iicuHun.
V. lilint3,n.mnnr.J di'i'ritU-nt fathers
(r iiivtlitra vt altJfirs 1"V'';i! ti10
rnnv pit n n?iiiton. EttUM
iliarpo f.-r w inml. InjnrUs c r mpturo.
ptvenrnllVnnnty, Somlli itat:il' f ttnyy
i 1tHn till I ItoilTIW rtc': "i"'
E3TA1K OI'MAUY E. 1IAUTZEL, DECEASS11.
Letters of administration on tho estato of Mary E.
Ilattzel Into of Main township, Columbia county,
deceased, have been granted by tho lleglster of satil
county to the imflers giiedndiiilnlstrater.All pel sons
having claims aualnst thu e.-utoof said decedent
are luiiuestcd to present Hum for settlement nnd
those indebted to the estato to make payment to the
uuuersigneti uuiiiimsiTaiur wimoui aemy.
E. I!. iKtl.EU,
JOSEPH A. llAltlZEL,
AOESTS WANTED for tho llest and Fastest Solv
ing Pictorial llooki and lllbles. Prices rcdueed
33 per rent. National I'ublHhlng Co., l'hlla., l'a.
marci 4, 'ni-in urn
V, u rnferto
ti. tt. ITI, TP-r.rnlil I'l
1. A.W l'H'H't Imliliri Il'inhlnil
Co . Dixl P. 1'. Keiini-tl... I'u.'t Ciiitr.il
1 IniiK. lo.u CI IuduuniiwUS. uun tl,.l
II Ti. KOBISON, Attorney-at-Law.
It) '. In Ilartraan'B building, Main street.
CIII1ISTIAN F. KNAM', DLOOMSBURQ, FA,
HIIITISII AMERICA ASSITHANCE COMPANY.
V lil.M AN I'l 11EINSUHANCE COM PAN V. .
NATIONAL l'IKB INSUltANCB COill'A-NK.
'ihese olp couronATioNS nro well tscajoncrt by ago
.. ff lmr nnvpr VPt bail n lOSS ECl-
lled bv nny 'court of law. 1 heir assets are all Invest
ed in souo SECunrriEsand aro uanioto mo minu
oimkb uuiy. J ....., nrtlc,rt rt PRtrt
as soon as determined by chmstian f. Knafp, si ec-
iniif lo AnjUSTKHlltOOUSBUHa, 1'A.
Tho people ot Columbia county should patronizo
Mm hhiiict where losses 11 any are seniuu mm umu
II. AfeKKI.VY. M. D.. Surgeon and Phy- Dy one of their own en lrens.
. i .... i .i.n' t,nln: 1'avl-nr I
h.-.To lippnmo tho favor.
ltn of the r.iroi t'ombll!-
ire comjort inAticttlth'
ii h old '.-lTirfi tif torm tu
rrcnnrknlilo dt?rt?e. and
tie IILiht-Btwarii ntth
'iico LWEnci umvard3.
'J hoo corstU nra not g ild t
WM. M. REBER, Surgeon anil Pliysi-
clan, onico JlarKOt street, near aepuu
IT U. KVANH. Af. D.. Surgeon and Fhysi
10 clan, (OlUco and llesldenco on Third street
l".r.uv.tprrflirvi.vrn. 'Atrenta m-bethim lVriai-
ncniiind Prolitiblo Ini.mesj. Serd for tenants Mma.
IlIlIflWOLT) A Co., 023 r.rnadway, N. V.,or to General
voitii ..ecniE, ,i 1.. ..ycins n imonm, xi.i.,
I II. ru'.Mm.lJJEtato Strict, Chic.
aprll 1-lw d
f) . Blclan.nortUMdoMaln street, below Market.
"rjR. J. 0. RUTTER,
ruiciuiAll a, nuuuav,
orilce, North Market r,trcet,
Oct. l, 'TO. Wlootnsburg, Fa.
Nov l, "so.
EQUITY FAIlt DBALIHa
rti A outfit fl
tr I k Hons for
I rft 111 business
Vlv The busl
r.ni.,,n,i rrpf.. .vim run lnsiruo-
.mini '-"'-"--' ; -;-, ,v.,i.ii.m
is ror conuucuni: i,,iu muoi. i-iw...".v
inEn iimi. iinv onn can cntrago in.
wniessis so fiiay iu ii-mi,, ,.uv.u...
Instruct ions nro eh simple and rial;, that any ono
mii make irreat prollts from it very btavt. No ono
can fall who lswllllng to work,
R. I. L. RABB,
Main Street, onooslto EDlsconal Church, Dlooma-
tv Teeth extracted without pain.
UCt. 1, 1619.
IT WfLMOT CONNER. M. D.. MIYSI'
IJ.7.CIANand SUIIC5KON. special nttcntlon given
IU IUU XJlKASKS HUH llhl'-hUTH Ul lllU I'.ir..
Tiiiioat and snmimiv In nil Its varlovs branches,
csr Also carefully ndlusts tho EVE with FhOl'EIl
( 810 a. m.
IIouiiS 3-4:30 p. m.
(.78 P. m.
R again at Ids old Hand under KXCIIANOC IIO
I'TnL, and has as usual a FIKST-CLAS3 DAltUEIl
iwiiop. Ho icspcctluUy solicits tho patronage oi
uis om customer ana 01 tuo puuuo generally.
jiiy iu, -bV'ii
u.iu iiiokomv v.;?"-: w, m.t, nrn n aue-
l.VllllULtlU ..ui.w. uui.u,v.
; ,,...d n-irmcnn earn lariro sums.
.Ii.. .f til,, i.iwinesn over ono hundred
dollars inasinglo week. Nothlngllkc , It ever known
Ilium,) . i ""r,.rrint Ynn iln not havo to
Mu m It. Vo take all tho rl.sk. Those who
lv money, should wrlto to us at once. . All
furnished tree. AddrefSTltrn svo.,flusuui,i.imu
OCt. 10' 'su-iy
Cor. Centro nnd Kail Itoad Sis., near L. & B. Depot.
nro a m.in
cr.pd by tho btiula t-t
your ilutUM avoid
. M no In.
?1 i c" "initle. . 1,1 ort'Jyouiwr.oiilcrlw from
n ??..(? "iiP'n&ndiidlo an.
1 1 L i)fi
l J'l i u I
S3 , E
ht : NEVEn K
It jou aro a ViJCS
nan ot 1( t
it r t ml in .r over ndd
t.'-ri r nrn L-. tu ros-
tn7ii inniii neneand
woMte, nop t
whenovcr you ten
that yonr pycm
lnt? or htiinultHR',
ot tlio ttotiuichy
You will be
pui edit you use
ltt It may:
Ufo. It lum
ni.aUy from soino
t nrm of l( I H n A V
ttibC-ao tliat imk'lit
by ft timwly uwo
D. I. C
U an absolute
bio c u r o for
rUtk bead for
1 Toronto, Out.
July 16, '60-U
It w.ir n livoutl and liapny d:iy for
aIm. Slnclaii' on which her older daugh
ter had becoinu bir huj'nr JstcbrooUc ft
wife. Sliu liad hocii a widow many
vc.'it'!, and sinco her husband's death life
had been a hard stni-'t'lu with her; nor
was it thu snow of many winters that
lav UDon her hair, hut the touuh of a
heavy trouble which had fallen upon her
when Ida and her little sister Minniu
played together in white embroidered
frocks and never knew then why their
mother so often wept. Ida gained an
inkling of the cause, however, which,
grew in detail year by year with her
own growth until it became the family
skeleton, which she and her mother hid
away in thu cupboard, determined never
to bring it to light,
Kre she had attained her eighteenth
birthday, Ida became Sir Edward West
brooke's wife, lie had como down to
their little secluded village in the early
summer, and had there mado the ac
quaintance of the -widow and bur two
pretty daughters. Ida had learned to
love him, though twenty years her senior
and before tho'summer passed they were
lie took her to her luxurious home in
London and they were as happy as the
days were long.
She knew very little of the world.rear
ed nil her life in a country home, and
was as pure and guileless as the infant
she gavo ini'tli to one tweivemonin later;
but the trouble which had turned her
mothers hair to silver had never once
been mentioned. Indeed, Ida even trem
bled at the idea of her husband ever dis
covering it, especially now that a son had
ueen uorn to ucar ins uonui.iuiu u.uuu.
Two or three months after the birth
of her child, Lady "Westbrooko accompa
nied Sir Edgar to a ball, given oy one
of Ins friends, and there she was intro
duced to a Mr. Chesterfield, whom, her
hostess previously informed her, was a
verv i$ch banker. Sii' Edward West
brooko stood watching his wife as the in
troduction was made, and wondered at
the chancre that came over her lair young
face; ho noticed, too, that as sho hung
on his mil. her breath camo in sliort,
quick gasp3, and that sho was apparent
lv a"itated. Ho was a man old enough
to bo lier latlicr,tius ueorgoouesieriiuiu,
the banker. Could sho havo over met
him before, and even if sho had, what
was tho reason of this strango emotion?
lie was abovo so paltry a feeling as
jealousy, and yet ho felt wounded and
aggrieved, ho knew not why. He loved
her so well, and deemed her utteraiy in
capable of anything liko duplicity.
it was iiiiring tneir mivo uomu mm,
ho broached the subject, when sho was
lying back in tho carriago with her head
halt l-fisling upon ins snouuier.
'Have you ever met Mr. Chestcrlield
Sho paused a moment, and then an-
"No Edgar, never in my life. by?
'Nothiu'', dear, only I thought per
haps you might have done so," said her
Sho spoke tho trutli.ho was sure, anil
his mind was relieved.
lint Ida wa a little nervous next
lll.as it was onlylaHcvoninglwautelling
Edgar how much sho was enjoying herself
wiui uer menus in mo eountrv,, anil ins
suspicions would bo dangerously aroused.
No tlio best and tho wisest plan is to let
things take their own coiirse,and to trust
In the mercy and goodness of Hun who
was pleased to send us this great and
bitter trial sonio years ago. Tlio chan
ces are, dear Ida, ' (for tho young wifo
was trembling in her mothers embrace)
"that Georgo Chesterfield will never
recognize mo. I was but a few years
older than you when ho saw mo last,and
now my hair is white, and "
"0, dear mother, I was wrong not to
tell Edgar beforo wo were married' inter
rupted Ida. "Whatever would ho say if
he wcro to learn tho truth now! I tho
mistress of his homo and tho mother of
"Hush I hush I compose yourself, my
dear Ida," said Mrs. Sinclair,soothingly.
"Go to your husband do noUnim; to ex
cite his suspicion, neither for ono moment
coiijtiro up evils t lint may never exist
Even if tins should bo tho George Ches
tcrileld whom your father "
"Mother, don't," almost shrieked Ida,
"tho very walls havo cars.
Hut even if ho be, dear," added Mrs
Sinclair, "that same Georgo Chesterfield,
surely ho would never publish it abroad
to the world.
J ney returned to tne iiituiif; room
wlicro Ida had loft her husband, and no
further allusion was mado to tho dinner
party. On tho following morning, how
ever,as Lady Westbrooko sat in her bou
doir alone, with her boy on her knee,
Sir Edgar joined her and sho then told
him that she was perfectly willing to in
vito any guest that her husband might
choose to select.
She looked so pretty so utterly guile,
less, as sho sat thero tho morniim sun
light turning her blight brown hair to
gold, that he bent and kissed her with
even moro than usual affection.
"My lit ti ti wife shall ik whom she
pleases, and then sho will pleaso ni"," lie
said, with much tenderness. "Only I
don't like her taking prejudices without
Ida colored guiltilv, and IoiimiI, as hi
stood by her side playing with his boy,to
make a lull confession of eveiythiug and
trust to his lovo and affection for the
rest. As ho turned to leave her the
wordo wero on her lips: "Edgar come
back; I have something to tell vou,
And then sho looked at her babu and her
courage failed hr her tongas was mute
and Edgar left her.
How miserable sho felt all throucrht
that day ! Ah I and manv 'moro in suo
cession; and hoiv many tears she shed
in secret ! Her mother had advised her
to invito Mr. Chesterfield to dinner, in
aecordaneo with her husbands wishes,
and Ida had done so, though her lingers
had trembled as she punned the words
and she lived in continual dread of what
tho consequence of it all might be. Sho
began to feel that it was impossible to go
on like this much longer; that como what
may, sho must toll her husband.
Tlio evening of tho dinner party arri
veil, and, although Ida had been nervous
and hysterical all through tho day, sho
stood "by her proud husband's side in
tho drawing room, calmly doing tho
honors of hostess. Her mother sat on
an oUoman near her, looking palo and
lovely, with her hands placidly folded
and tho lights from tho candulabr
throwing its faint glimmer upon tho sil
ver tresses other hair.
"Mr. Chesterfield 1"
Lady Westbrooko went forward to
meet him and uttered tho words of in
troduclion to her mother with hps that
never faltered. The conseiouuess that
this night would surely determine every
thing, either ono way or the other, mad
her ieel wonderlully brave.
Sho saw her mother's cheek turn to tho
Into of death and tlio blood rush liko
torrent to Georgo Chesterfield's face
Tlio recognition, was mutual without the
shadow of doubt, and Ida, with a sicken
ing feeling possessing her, went back to
her husband's side fearful as to what
might happen next.
Later on, almost toward tho end of tl
evening, sho heard her mother convcr
and then sho camo forward with a faint
cry, but ho put out his arm to keep her
"Pray romoiu wlicro vou arc." ho said;
wo can talk perfectly well at this dis
Ho gazed at her for n moment, as she
stood dumb before him,in her superb din
ner dress, with tho diamonds that his
mother had woriishlningonher neck nnd
arms,and her lovely face, pale and quiv
ering now, nbovo them.
"I wish for an answer to my question,
o said again. And wo will not ionvo
this room until I have had one."
1 ho diamonds upheaved and fell: then
she spokc.uot cxcitedly,but clcarly,Blow
ly and distinctly:
"Iho timo has comc.thcn. Edgar. when
I must tell you that which I fear vou will
eproach mo for not having told you be
foro our marriage." she began. "I know
it was very wrong ot me, now, but 1 did
not think so seriously of it then; and it
has always been a secret between my
mother and myself. I don't think even
Minnie knows all tho truth. It is about
my father; ho was a partner , in Georgo
Chesterfield's bank, and, shortly after I
was born, ho lost a largo sum of money
i . , , ii i . , ,
in speculations, no uscu to gamuie,
too; but, alasl my mother, who loved
him only too well, never knew it until it
was all too late. Ho was often out half
the night, but ho told her that it was his
business which kept him, and shc,in her
nno,:eiice, believed what ho said. Uno
lay I seem to havo a faint recollection ot
ho was arrested on charge ot robbing
Georgo Chesterfield's bank of 15,000.
He was lound guilty, transported, and
died in tho penal servitudo. '
Again thero was a brier silence, which
was broken soon by a wild and bitter
cry lrom Ida.
Uh, iMlgar 1 know l was never lit to
bo your wile 1, tlio daughter ot a con
vict, she burst forth. "'Hut 1 loved you
so well, arm teareu mat 1 siintiid loso
you if you knew wh it I w: And still
moro unworthy am 1 now to bo thonioth-
or your child. Oh, lidgar, my litis
band, tell me, tell me that you nan nuv
or love mo a,iy in ire, and 1 will t'o away
h quiet as possible awav with my
She sank down upon tho iloor in tho
tgonv of her great grief, and ran her
jeweled fingers through thu loosening
trcses ot her hair. t he next moment
ind sho was lifted tenderly upon her
feet, and gathered to lie.- husband's
Is this all mv poor foolish, littlo Idal"
ho said, soothingly, and kissed her be
dewed brow. "To think that the fault
of another could over lessen my lovo for
you. Your father is dead heaven rust
his soul and tho skeleton of his crimo
shall nuver raise up between me and my
wile. This, then, has caused your fear
of Georgo Chesterfield, My darling how
much uneasiness you might have sparod
yourself if you had only told mo all this
"And you"! wont lovo mo any tho less,
Edgar 1" sho asked, timidly seeking his
"Any tho less?" ho repeated with a
smile. "More if that can bo possible;
for it has convinced me to the uttermost
of what a precious wifo I havo got. No,
darling, set your mind at rost on that
scoro at once and for all. And votir
father's crimo shall remain buried with
him. Wo won't let that bo a skeleton
in our cupboard, Ida, will we? What do
you say, dear?"
lint Jiidy Westbrooko had nothing
to say she was sobbing out her joy
and thankfullness on her dear husband's
Farm ami Fireside.
SUdOF.STIONS 01" AND l'Ott Till! SIIASOX.
Arounil the World In Ono day.
If one has not laid his plans h,v tho
year, let him now "stop ami think," that
ho may loso no timo nlterward in finding
out what to do, and how nnd when to
do it. Ho who plans is tho ono who
succeeds in every department of human
labor. Thero is much to bo done to
mako ready for tho busy days that will
soon como. Tlio engine must bo loaded
with fuel, tho fire built, and tho steam
on beforo tho train can move. Lot ev
ery farmer havo a good head of steam
on, nnd bo ready to go forward as soon
as tho spring work begins. Floods and
freshets aro likely lo occur, and much
datnago may bo done unless prevented.
Outlets miist bo provided for surface
water, and so mado that tho water will
not gather in dangerous streams. Clear
tho drains of any rubbish, leaves, etc.,
that there may bo no inlcrlereneo with
their full llowing. I loads in spring are
ono of tho most serious inconveniences
in many localities. Now is tho timo to
plan and cxecuto a leiorm in road mak
ing. As soon as tho"settled weather',
comes, sec that tho almost impassible
roads aro mado good tho strength of a
chain is measured by that of its weakest
link. There is much to bo done in getting
tho farm implements all in good trim lor
work. It may bo that a corn-marker is
needed, or other homo-mado implement,
and do not leavo such work until the
day for planting. Thero are many forms
of home-made markers. Ono which has
done us good service is mado by affixing
sliort runners with sharp bevelled ends
to a plank, to which a tonguu is attach
od. lluiiners may bo placed upon both
surfaces of tho planks, and at different
distances, so that by reversing tho mark
cr wider or narrower, rows may bo
made. Tho corn crop may bo much im
proved by selecting tho best seed. This
is a matter that should havo been done
last fall, and of which mention was mado
in tho Notes iu autumn. It may be pos
siblo to get superior seed from a neigh
bor who has given special attention to
tho matter of selecting seed. Seed corn
brought from another locality has often
proved an improvement on that long
grown upon tho same soil, iop dress
ing ot fall grams with some quick actin
fertilizer has in many cases doubled the
crop, and at a comparatively trilling ex
pensc. The added manure stimulates
tho growth of tho young plants at just
tho timo when most needed, and gives
them strength to bettor tako care of them
Oats may bo sown as soon as the frost
is out of the ground, and tho soil is dry
enough to work up mellow under the
plow. It is bust to how with a drill as
more oven depth is secured, and all tho
seed is put in thu soil. Clover may bo
drilled with tho oats or broadcast a sliort
Thero is frequently much damage
done to pastures and meadows . by put'
ting stock upon them too early. All
meadows should be rolled as soon as the
frost is out of tho ground to press down
all tho raised tutts, stones, etc., and ec
cure a smooth surface for tho mowing
This is a critical timo with live stock,
especially if young animals are bein
added to the herds and llocks. It is o
ten useful to give animals that hav
been wintered on dry feed a dose of
physic. A pint of raw linseed oil given
two or threo tunes will help the digestion
of cows, horses, etc. It helps to loosen
t i . i ,i
tnc BKiii, aim aius in enaiigiiig uiu cuat,
Too much caro cannot bo given to brush
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collodions rjromntly mado and roinlttoa. onico
oriDOalto Catawlasa Denoslt Hank. Cin-ss
tvt h. rhawn,
onico, corner ot Third and MalnStroets.
faco was two or threo shades lialer than
usual, but that, no doubt, was iu conse
cpieneo of its latigues, Sir Edgar
Tho matter was never again referred
to until Mrs. Sinclair came on a visit to
her daughter, and then Sir Edward ex
pressed his intention of giving a dinner
party solely in her honor.
"We will invito Mr, Chestcilield.Ida,"
saiil her husband ono evening.while Mrs.
Sinclair was paying her usual visit to tlio
nursery. "Ho is an exceedingly goon lei
Mr. Chesterfield! Oh no,Edgar,pleaso
iion I, iiiierrupieii ma uervoiisiy.iuiviiig
the ureltv color out of her face.
'Why on earth not, uean asieu
Eduar. somewhat impatiently, "ion
seem to havo taken a strange antipa
thy toward that man.
"Woll,I suppose wo all do sometimes,'
said Ida, evasively.
"Not without reason at any rate, re
nlied tho baronet in the sanio strain. "I
should really liko you to overcomo your
prcjiidieo,Ida; although at tho samo timo
I have no wish to invito any ono who is
disagrccablo to you."
Ho spoke coldly and his tono sent a
chill to ner neart.
fcjiiiiiiiijr, mm ne in ii, ,,,..,... Uh, was this secret, which she le tin
Low id ees mo inUicemcntstotryRfiaiooi , , r ,.
ili.iiiirtiiviiii.'iUiu's.orsvvups.iiiadooii.iteji) her duty to conceal oven from him going
nnd imilfi'Ulvti liiinedieiits, imw offered, to n;lko a breach between herself and
husband she loved so well? If she had
only had courage to tell him beforo their
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nt the foundation of all
witli him in a small nnti room, on
tho top of tho stair case.
She was sitting a little way apart from
tho others. Her husband was not with
them sho belioved that ho was iu tho
card room below when Mrs. Sinclair
iinio toward her, and stooping down
whispered that Mr. Chesterfield wished
to speak to her alone.
Kor a moment sho hesitated what it
Sir Edgar should return and iiud her iu
tlio anti-room with the man for whom alio
ad apparently showii such dislike?
"Uo go no won t detain you a min
ute, whispered Mrs. Sinclair, hurriedly.
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141.U uv ill. liuCadlvTJ (.VMlVi.nti'.r..
been; lor sho felt that sho never dared
reveal it now tlio consequences might
nrovo too serious
hhu loit the room nun Bought nor
mother, who had left tho nursery nnd
gono to her own apartment. Ida's white
faco startled her, but when tho youii;
wito sat down nun tout ner oi ner uitro
diictlon to Mr. Chesterfield, and of Sir
Edgar's intention of inviting him to tho
house, the mother's countenance- also
changed, and for n moment sho confess
oil herselt iiiiauloto oiler any nuvioo iu
"I cannot leavo suddenly, Ida," sh
Bald, "or make an excuso that iuintiio
The gas burned low in that littlo room
whero Ueorgo unesteriieid stood erect
ind immovable, and evidently awaiting
tho appearance of his fair young host
llo smiled as sho camo in, and his looks
Lady Westbrooko, it has caused mo
mingled feelings of pain and pleasure in
am meeting tho wito ot mv onco es
teemed and valued friend, Henry Sin
clair your lather, ho said, iu accents
that wero slightly tremulous with xan in
ward etuitiotioii. "ftho has told mo now
mich anxiety my presoiico beneath your
usUantl s root has givon yon, but you
need not fear that I am coward enough
o lot tho innocent sutler lor tho guilty,
and disturb tho bliss of yours and your
lolilu hushand s. l.et mo add ono word
more; my doctor has ordered mo abroad
to tho South of 1 ranee) all business
esponsibilities devolve upon my broth
er! l tOKO niy departure next week, and
thero is but littlo chanco of my ever
reaching English soil again."
Idas heart was too lull lor words and
sho silently Buffered Georgo Chesterfield
to tako her hand and carry it to her Hps,
unconscious that her husband saw all
from tho staircase.
It was Into when tho last of the guosts
took their departure; and then Ida, all
uiisuspieioiiSjSought her husband in his
lie Btood thero turning over a low let
ters,but ho init them down as his wifo
entered, anil turned his faco toward
"Ida, i wish to spoale to vou como m
and shut tho door."
Tho tono of his words fell liko ice up
on her heart, and she saw that nftcr nt
tho truth was to bo told,
Silently sho obeyed him.
"What wero you saying to Mr. dies
ionium in tno nnto room to-nignn
is l Tho slienco that tolloweu was nwtul
An eccentric Berlin philosopher an
nounces that ho has discovered a way
to make a trip around tlio world in twen
ty four hours, llo says that ho is in
formed by tho captains of ships that
birds aro seen at Bea a thousand miles
or moro from land, and pronounces it
self evident that they must reach shoro
in a very short time, sinco they cannot
iind a resting placo in mid ocean. From
this ho conceived the idea thatlhoy mere
ly raiso themselves aloft, remain as near
ly stationery as possible, while tho earth
revolves around under them. All that
they then havo to do is to wait patient
ly until tho desired spot on tho earth's
surfaco comes along, and thereupon com
fortably to lower themselves to tho solid
ground. This ingenious practice on tlio
part of tho birds the Berlin man pro
poses to imitate for mankind, with tho
assistance of a balloon and passenger car
of peculiar coustrction that ho has in
vented, and which will soar aiott ami re
maiu stationery, while the restless eaith
rolls on below." It does not appear that
ho has successfully tried a trip with his
balloon himself; but ho lias laid his the
ory beforo tho Polytechnic Society of
Berlin, and given an elaborate exposi
tion of it. Tho society received it appa
rently with levity, but tho inventor is iu
Tlio English I!ar.
"Nearer, My OjiI, to Tlitc."
This language is tlio heart-tiUernnco
f Mrs. Sarah Flower Adams, who was
born in Cambridge, England, in Febru
ary, 180"), and whoso history has been
but very slightly known to tho great
bnc, who havo cherished ner nynins as
ono of their most sacred treasures for
nearly half a century. Her father was
the editor of a Canibridgo weekly paper.
Her mothervas a woman ot hno gilts
nnd culture, and sho herself was tho
youngest child. She wns noted in early
fo lor tho interest suo iiiauiiesteii iu
literature, and in her more mature years
for great zeal nnd earnestness iu her re
ligious life. Sho contributed proso and
,'crsc to the periodical ot tho day, and
icr nrt criticisms wero valued. Marriod
nt an early age, and frail of constitu
tion, sho still, amid many bodily suffcr-
nirs. kent her Don busy, her thoughts
ind writings nlways tending upwards.
t What llino aim amui wimicireiimsiuu-
. , . .. -.-.
ces sho caugut tno inspiration iruiu
which was evolved that wonderful hymn
winch has ever siuco echoed round and
muni the globe, is not known; but it
wns nrobablv during sonio period of pe
culiar trial, when her spirit was uplifted
through sorrow almost abovo its earthly ,
body. She littlo dreamed that her hymn
like those of Toplady, Charlotto Elliot
and Bay Palmer, would bo heard through
It was hrst published iu lau, in a
olume of sacred lyrics issued by a Mr.
'ox, of England, just eight years beloro
the death of the gifted authoress, who
lived to tho ago of 41, and thus never
know tho lame which was to attach to
her hymn and her name.
Iho hymn soon Login to appear in va
oim collections, and was everywhere re
ceived with delight. It was given the
tuuo of "Bethany, which became very
iioimlar in this country. Everybody who
has grown up in a Christian land knows
it by heart, and in many countries which
do not float thu banner "of Clnist it is al
most equally familiar.
"Last year, says ur. uuyier, in ins
"Heart Life," "Profs. Smith, Hitchcock
and Park, as they wound their way
down tho fool hills of Mount Lebanon,
came in sight of a group of fifty Syrian
students, standing in a Hue, singing in
chorus. They were tho students of tho
now 'College of Beirut at Abicli, and
they wore staging in Arabic to tho tuno
of 'Bethany.' ' As the procession drew
ner they caught the sublime words:
" 'Nearer my, God, to thee!
Nearer to thee;
E'en though it bo a cross
That r.'iiseth me,
Still all my song shall be,
Nearer, my God, to thee,
Nearer, my God, to thee,
Nearer to thee.'
"I am not much given to tho weeping
mood,' said Prof. Hitchcock, when de
scribing tho thrilling scene; 'but, when
wo rodo through the ratiKs ot those Syri
an youths, I confess that my eyes wero
a littlo damp.'
"It it bo permitted to the departed
people of God," continues Dr. Cuyler,
"to witness the transactions of earth, wo
may imagine with what rapture tlio glo
rified spirit of Sarah Flower Adams
hoard her heart-song thus chanted in tho
land of sacred story " Boston Musical
Among tho littlo items of personal
comfort and economy aro Ayer's Pills.
They arc tho ready remedy which defeat
many disorders, if taken in season, and
should bo kept in every family.
Ono of tho most heartless ana cruel
swindles that has come to light for a
long time is that which has just been re
vealed in tho west. About a year ago
Secretary Schur, received a letter giving
information that one Bobert L. Lindsay,
whoso father who had onco been in tho
charge of tho land oilice of Ireton, Mo.,
It is a characteristic distinction that
at the Inns of Court men aro "called to
tho bar." after a certain probation, while had in his pos session sonio boxes con-
. , it . t c. -. . ,i I . i .. r ! tt..! ., .i c?.,.
ill tno umieu oiaies tnuv are upon exam- taming a im, oi koiiuiiiu umivu oiaieo
ination, "admitted to practice" in tho land patents, which it was hinted he had
courts.. Tho formoris a voluntary act I obtained in some questionable way. A do
or grace by which tho benchers ask a tectivo was at once started out to iook in-
man to become ono of tho fraternity; tho to tho matter and his report shows that
latter is in tlio nature of recognition of Lindsav, with others, has been engaged
the right upon tho fulfillment of certain in tho disposal of thousands of acres of
conditions. A barrister's profession in Government land. It is believed at tho
England is nominally of an honorary Land Ollico in Washington that tho
character, and his feo is an honorarium, swindlers obtained fraudulent titles to
which cannot bo sued for at law as an more than a million acres ot public lands
attorneys cost may. Practically, how- tho most of which they havo sold to in
over, a barrister's services of course aro nocent settlers, who thereforo havo no
paid for like any other professional ser- valid titlo to tho laud they occupy. Gov
vices, and tho professional incomes of eminent officials connected with tho land
many successful English barriblers are ollico say that it rents with tho Secretary
very large. Law is tlio noblest of all of tho Interior nnd tho Attorney General
professions in England. It takes men to decide whether civil writs shall bo
into railiainent; it makes them peers begun at onco to vacate titles to these
mil lord chancellors. I did not havo lands. It is believed that whatever is du-
the good fortune of seeing any of tho terinined upon it will bo so arranged that
groat courts in session, for my visit was tho blow shall not fall too heavily upon
u tho long vacation; but 1 saw a crinu- tho thousands ot duped settlers wiioso
A Tramps Fortune.
KUN.N'INd TllllOUail 1IIS SUPPIlNI.V AUtJUIK
l:l) WHAI.TII IN A IT.W MONTHS,
William Grossman was a German
tramp live years ago. Ho located iu tho
ore-fields in tho western part of Lehigh
county fell in lovo and married a young
irl, with whom ho lived a low years
and then suddenly disappeared. Last
July ho reappeared, equally as suddenly
and with lilies ot money. llo had in
herited $20,000 from a deceased relativo
ho said. His wifo in the meantime, had
taken another husband, but husband No,
2 was readily released when No. 1 camo
with his show and wealth. Grossman
bought a lino house, clothed his wifo in
elegant apparel, bought her jewelry, lino
iiiriiiiuie, noises, carriagos, sieigus, and
fancy stock and lived like a king. His
20,000 lasted him just soven months
and was spent in tho most lavish manner.
Tho last property ho had, sonio twelve
acres ot laud, has just been sold by tho
juici; and sum:.
Many people drag themselves wearily
about ironi nay to nay, not Kiiowin
what ails thoin, but with failing Btrengtl
and spirits, tooling all tliu umu that thoy
are sieaiiuy suiting into tneir graves
It these suttcreis would oniv use 1'ar
kor'n Ginger Tonic, thoy would find
euro commencing from tho first doso.and
vitality,sti'eugth and cheerfulness quickly
and surely coming back to thorn, with
restoration to perfect health, bco ad
vol tilling column. 2hbune.
hitherto undisputed titles to their homes
havo been rendered invalid by this expos
Tho Hnrlh's Population.
U cause tried in one oi tho minor
courts in Liverpool, and was much inter
ested in tho proceedings, l'irst ol all, 1
was struck by tho costumes of tho judgo
and ot the barristers, whoso wigs and
frnn'iia frn'n tlifmi on nil" r f liimifi' nti1
l' . . .. . I 'I'lin 4nlnl unim ntmii nt nnvtli vrt.
uthonty well suited to their lunctions '"v 171 , "'"" "
ml lint . vi'if innt ita iirnntlxnl vn Inn " ' ir. ui." n n j. i. iiiuii oivniuiiv, in,., ..u bi.i
i...ii..ul .11.1 on.,, cn...n,.-i... 'i,'i i tod at 300,000,000 for KtU'OpC, H21,0I)0,
lous. because of their absurd likeness and ,,uu 101- iW.WU.Uim lor Airica b..,-
: ' . . nmt nnn x a rnii nnn
nlikeness to tho natural covering of tho u;v'uu juueuoii, i,.," vo
lenti. Tho iudgo's wig was tl o least anic 01 a total ot i, i.'i,.wo,uuu iiinain
1 t- ' I ii... TV'nn.il.. ntwi
m'A(r.C.iiin It nj nn (n Ini lw lnmrrt 1 lillllH IVY UIU ClIUlU ttUIHI. Xl'iiriy UllU
$1 WH-flJUVl V II IjUIVW UIU UIU 1IMU I .... .
bob w tr worn bv a tho irentlmnon n '""" ...in....... ... "-
tho latter part of the last century much wlllcl! 2,800 deaths per
lit-,. Ilil (,, nvmm.l.. v......non.,...1 ! .. l OUllll llUlllbei'H, IllIll Vtt 1' l illl
IIIVU tllitf v.vituitiivi ILIilVOtllVVU 414 r. i , .
Dr. Johnson's nortrails. But tho ban-is- 01 10 ,0f'1 1'lvoreit countries 111 a Bam
t..i-V -U w fim fnllilv. tlm mmm-nut laiT POlIlt Of V10W, 111 lllllliy COlllltllCH
"..'"P J -"-v. ,.-,- ,,. ,,, n,rf ,ill
ngthnt was ever put upon a liumnn ' .,.' . '"'V. , ,
lend, Gowns give dignitv to tlio figuro l,y,1,& I1.10 "'"vtaltty being a third
nui fr,-.ii.n In llu, ni.tinn. I.nf T fnn 7.1 ll hlgllOl'. 1 llklllg 1110 11111111)01' 01 llOalllS 111
Tinimiit in lnnt- nt. tin. irra wWimnt Franco as tho criterion, the daily number
aughing. Behind and at tho sides there 01 m wo. w?nu n.ve5nK
lang four littlo formal, isolated curls in as n conqieiisa ion lor this however, mo
number ot births is
101,800 per diem.
estimated to reach
Not so fast my friend; if you could
loublo rows, so unlike anything human.
and yet so plainly an imitation of curled
nnd powdered human hair, that thev
would seem like caiicatiire, if they did
!...!.. 1.1.1 ...!. !!!.. ' . ll
nui, in iiieu imiii aiiuiL-i nuv. hush an
bounds of caricature. I Bpoke of their seo tlio strong, healthy, blooming men,
absurdity to a friend who was at tho women and childien that have been nils-
bar, and said that, whilo tlio gown seemed ed from beds of sickness, Buffering nnd
worthy rot roverenco nml admiration, l almost death, by tno uso ot nop outers
wondered why thoso ridiculous littlo wigs you would b.iv "Glorious and invaluable
wore not discarded. "Discard wigs! I remedy, bco other column "l'lulailel-
was tho reply. "Why wo couldnt get phla Press,
on without them, I couldn't try n cause
without mv wicr. I should fi'el ns if II After linvinir iinssml hlnnnlpss niirlita
had no right to bo iu court: ns if tho owing to tho horrible noiso nindo by a
judge would bo justified in taking no no- Cochin China cock iu n neighboring gnr-
tico ot me; and ns it tno wituesbos Had den, Uarlyslo interviewed tlio proprietor
mo nt their mercy, instead of mo having of tlio fowl and expostulated. Tho own-
tlicm at mine. I Bhould'nt dare to cross- or, a woman, did not think Mr. Carlylo
question a witness without my wig." "In had much cause for complaint as tlio
other words," I said, "your wig gives cook only crew llneo or lour times in
you an authoritative position which enn- tho night. "Kb, but woman," said, tho
Ules you to Damboonio a witness. Why, iiiitoltunato philosopher, "it you you
yes, no answered, sinning, "that s pretty only know what l hiutuveu waiting lor
much it, if you cnooso to put it so,
him to crow!"