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county tho torrrT ,,u'
continued rmfltfi will "nt tm JTrpn 1 "'' lml "),,,!
I'nsn'Aiii! i- 1,1. i..... . . .
demand, neatly and at mW'rato piioi 010 un
Q II. UUOOKU'AY,
A T T 0 It N B Y-A T-L A W,
Cni.pMBUN lirit.msn liioumibiii? m
Memb r if the fulte,, Shins Uw Amoclnt'lon
Collentlon.4 nude in any part ol America or Kurupa!
t k WAUl.HU,
line!, second door from 1st National iiank,
U. Ft' NIC,
orici In Kill's lloitbivn,
p 11 S W J. IIUriv'AI.KW,
onic on Valb street, first door below Court lionet
JOHN M n.AUK,
Otilce nvr Sclriylei's Hardware Store.
K. t. MTflW.
H. A R. R. MTTU!,
onireln itrowei'sbullrtlnir.Reeond nnor.rnom Vi
nnleo corner of Centre and Main Streets, Clark's
(!nii bo consulted in Gertnnn.
A T TO R N E Y-A T-L A W.
Coi.umpian liuiMUNO, Illoomsburff, I'a.
Moirhcr of the United States Law Association.
Collections inado In any part of America or Kurope
a uunmi. L. S. WIVTKIISTKEM.
KNOUR & WINTEUSTKEN,
Ofllco In llartman's Illoek, Corner Main and Mar
ket streets, Illoomsburir, I'a.
ZJy Pennons ami Homilies Collected.
J)AUL E. WIRT,
onlen In Ilrowcr'a llloclc, one door below Cm umbian
omco In II. ,1. Clark's Itiilldlng, stcond floor, over
HotTin iu's Hour nun roei moru.
Oct. 8, 'SO.
T II MAIZE,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
onieolnllrs. Knt's Building, third d.ior tiom Vain
Blreet. May m, si.
i K. OSWALD,
Jaritsotl Iiuilding, Rooms 4 ami 0,
May o, -at. HKHWIOK, i'A.
M. L. EYERLY,
collections promptly made and remitted, omce
onposlte OfttnwlRsa Depoilt I'at'K- '"'
TJTJ- II. RHAWN,
' A T T O R N E Y-A T-L A W ,
Ofllco, corner of Third nnd Main Creels.
A L FRITZ, Aliornov-nll.sw. Office
.. in Columbian Iiuilding, Juno 2481.
T HUOKINOHAM, Al'nrne--n-I.nw Of
li .lice, llrockway's llulhUW. lt lloor. Vloo.ns.
burg. Penn'u. nmy7, ni-i r
CH. RARKLEY. Attorney-at-Uw. Office
. In llrower'B building, and story , ltuou.b 4. n
JB. ROI5ISON, Attorney-at-Uw.
. in Uartmana building, Vain street.
rR. WM.M, REISER, Surgeon ami I'liysi-
1J clan. Ofllco Market siruoi,
JR. EVANS, M. D., Burgeon anil I'M
. clan, (Ofllco and Kesldenco ou Third street
T U. McKELVY, M. !., Surgeon ami Phy
fj . Blclan, north side Main street, below Market,
TR. J. C. RUTTER,
PHYSICIAN S BUHOEON,
Offlco, North Market street,
Oct. 1, 70. Uloomsburg, PR.
I. L. RAUB,
Main Street, opposlto Kplscopal Church,
rir- Tocth extracted wlUiout pain.
Oct. 1 18T9.
W. H, HOUSE,
BLOOMSBURaCOL. 00. PA.
All styles of work dono In a superior manner, work
wariankdas ivpn'senled. Tkktii Lxtkact
ki without I'ain by thu use of Oo-s, and
frcoot charge nhcn arlinelul ttein
Ofllco over Uloomsburg Hanking Crrnpnny.
To he open at all hours during the day.
r M. DRINKER, OUNanJ LOCKSMITH.
Sewing Machines nnd Machinery of all kinds re
p ilrod. OrwiA llooss Building, Blnomeburg, I'a.
DAVID LOWENBEUO. Merchant Tailor
Main St., above Central Ilotol.
T 8. KUHN, ilealer In Meat. Tallow etc.,
1. . Cent Btriet, between Second and Ihlrd.
s again at his old stand un?" KXCHA NK 110
TEL. and has as usual a I'lllhT-CLAbS haiiiik (
SHOP, lie T respectfully BOllcltB the patroimgo of
his oldcUBtomera und of the puolio generally.
i Outfit free tothosowbo wish to engage in
mow VleaJSnt and rentable business
)t t 5SH.W?' ,S."ff, ' .7,ev:rvtbl.,. 110
as men, and young boys and glrla mke crest pay.
No one who Is willing to wort fi lls to make more
money every day tban can bo made In a week : t : any
ordlnar" employment, ce who engagt a once
WU1 find a abort road to fortnnii. M Jn '
lrr)o. Portend, sfoine 'fl 'V-IF
LEOA.I. m.N'KM OF VI.I. KINIH
J. ui SWELL, 1 , ,
J. K. BKT3U0ENDEIS, J Proptloters.
W. R. TUBBS, PROPRIETOR
LatLn anil l!nnrnnl,nt an...t . .....
hot and cold water, and all modcTA'VonTcnlenee":
Cor. Cttitif and Hall llo.irt sts., hear L. II. Depot.
Lowest Prices will net lso rnJerfftlrl.
Manufacturer of .MINK CA1 WIIKELS, Coal Break
cr and Ilridg.' Cnstlnifs, Water l'lpcs, sioves, Tin.
ware, How moN I'KNCE, and all kinds of Iron and
Tlw r (final Montrose, Iron beam, tight hand
left hand, and side hill Plows, thobest In tho mark
et, nnd all kinds of plow repairs.
Cook stoves, ltnom stoves, and Stoves for heating
stores, "ehool houses, churches, c. Also tho larg.
est stock of repairs for city stoves wholesale and
retail, Mich as Vlro llrlck.Orali s, Cross Pieces, Lids
c. c. Stova Pipe, Cook Hollers, Skllllls, Cake
Plates, largu Iron Krtlles, W gallons to 1 y, barrels)
Farm nells, SIM Soles, Wagon Boxes,
"Allontown Bone Manure"
PLASTIC!!, v.LT,AC, Ha.
an 9, '8(i-ty
PiUKEIl G GAS FniJlTGi
&T0VE3 .-lid TIWABE.
E. B. BROWEB,
jlns purchased IheSlo k at.d B 'P'mrsef 1. llagen
mich.ard lm pupiifC m i'o ail kinds of woik
In his line. 1 luml n g m t (la.. I mil g aspei laity.
Tlnu hie, Stoves,
N'qES ND i-jEJEES,
Inagn-at ve.rlety. All work done by
.Main Street corner of Ku.st.
C. F. HARDER,
PAINT, OIL AND VARNISHES,
DO0RS.8ASH, BLIPS, BRACKETS
Lumber of all kinds for sale as cheap
as the cheapes4 for cash or
raaj C i'j m
N. S. TINGLEY.
Announces to ihe public that he Is prepare d to do
promptly and at reasonable prices. Now Is the sea
bun for a
-NEW SPRING SUIT-
And Tlngley's tho placo to get a proper lit.
Shop over Blllmeyer's Grocery, Corr.er of Main and
C- ZE3. SAVAGE,
Silverware. Watches, Jewelry. Clccks.&c
All kinds of Watches, Clocks and Jowelry neat
Ij repaired ana warranii'u.
may II, 18-tf
SPB1KG AKD IIV.UI2 CLOTHING
A. J. EVANS,
The uptown Clolhler, has just recelveil a lino lino
of New (looils, and Is pu pared to make up
SPRING AND SUMMER SUITS
For Men and Boys In the neatest manner und latest
GENTS' FURNISIIIKG GOODS,
Mais. Cups. &o-
Always on hand. Csllnndlixomlno. EVANS' BLOCK
Corner Main nnd Iron blreets,
BL00MSBUE& PLANING MILL.
The undersigned having put his pinning Mill on
Kallrosd Mrret, in nisi-cmsi condition. Is prepared
lo do all kinds of work In bla line.
FRAMES, SASH, DOORS,
furnished at reasonable prleeu. All lumber used la
well seasoned und bono but skilled workmen aro
ESTIMATES FOE BUILDINGS
furnished on application. Plans nnd specifications
prepared by an experienced draughtsman.
en. in i.r.s Kiurr;,
CIIHISTIAN P. KNAIT, UWOMKUUKQ, PA.
IIH1TIHII AMKH1CA AH.SUHANCK COMPANY.
IEHM AN PIHK1NWIIIIANOE COM PAN V. ,
NATIONAL KIHK IN8UHANOB COMPANY.
UNION INHUUANOK COMPANY.
These ou cosrosiTioNs are well seasoned by age
and riBKTKSTien and have never yet had a loss set
tled by any court of law, Their assets are all Invest
ed In soi.m BKCimiTlKssnd are liable to the haiard
UtLosses rmmrn-T and iionkstlt adjusted and paid
as Boon as determined by Cukistun p Knapf, srito.
II. AHSNT 4NU AIUC8TKUU011SSDK(1, Pi.
The people of Columbia oounty should patronlm
the agency where losses If any are settled and paid
Dj one or moir uwuumuno(
8Q01TY FAIII OBAUNO
r F. IHRTMAN
AMERICAN INHUKANCE COMI'ANIEflt
Lycoming of Muncy I-ennsylvanUv.
North Atnclean of PL-jdefpbla, Pa
Kranklln, of "
Ponnsylvsuta of "
farmers of York, Pa.
Hanover of NeWi(Yor.
Monwe onWartet nu4 No. a. uauwiwtf, P
Nouralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soranois of fho Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Threat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Foot
and Ears, and all other Pains
No Prcpiirntlon ru carlh equal St .Iu'ojh On, as
a sit ft: nun'. i,Miiiul rn tip l.xtenml llemetly.
A trial entail.' but tho comparatively tilUlnv outlay
of rtK Ceiim. und werv oiiu mllcring with pain
can have cheap und ililvo pronf of Its cliiluu.
Dlrcetlom iu Kleven Ijingimei.
SOLD SI ALL DETJ00IST3 AND DEALEF.3 IK
A.VOGEIiER & CO.,
llttUlmttrr, 3ltl V. 8. A.
At thw season, various diseases of tho
turned aro prevalent, and many lives are
ltd through lack of knowledge of a Bafo
and suru reniedy. I'nuiiY Davis' Paik
Kii.Miu U a sate cure for Diarrhoea. Dys
entery, Vliolcra, Cholera Morhus, Summer
Complaint, etc., and is perfectly safe,
ILuad the following:
(AiSimnoK, N. Y.i March 22,
1'BIUIV DW'lMN K1LI.KR Utter fttlti to nJtnTit
fulfil hi i tin- for tramp anil pnln iu Uio i-tonuuh.
McnoLViLT.r. N. Y.. IVli. a, 1-1.
Tho vrry hut ineUicinu I know of ior dywntcry",
rhuU-m tiiorliiiH,uiiil rniniiw iu ttio rtmach, llao
uil it fur j uirn, uiul it id ure curt every tinio.
JlTMUrl W. l)KK,
Moinoova, Iowa. March 12, 1hs1.
I havoueil jmir Vais Killkuiu cocre cases of
rniini', cnllcitiut cholera iuorbiiK.aml it Ka o almost
tnsUnt ro'iof. It V (Jaldwflu
CAHNEHVILLF, OA., I'fb. 'JH, lhMl,
Tor twenty years 1 h.o uw.il your Vain KiLLtn
in my family. 11 mius'd it nmiiy times for lms-l
i n 1 1 taint h, mi lit j c-rr. Wouklnot fiHlnatu
without a boUlu in thu huiisa J. 11 Ivii
Hro, Mr Jan. 21, l(pI.
IIa e u"ed 1'r.nnv 1 wis' I'ain Killlk for twcUo
Jiarri. It Is mtft. tre. umt reliable, ISO luothcr
bhoultl allow It to bo out of tho faiulH'.
U. I. Nayfh.
W'o bofran nlmr it out thirty jiarri ntto, atul it
nhvas (flu'H iiiituoiHit.i ril'et. Would liurdly ilaro
to k to bcil v, ithotit u bottlo iu tlio Iiouko.
V. (). Sl'KUHV.
CONWAYHOItO, fi O ,11 li. iHJ, lM.
Nearly oery lamily m tlii-inctioii Km ma Uittlo
111 tllO llUUitt. l)u. 1). MUIITON.
U H CiiNim.vri:,
OnrtFLK.ltm.NHu I'iiuhia lh. 8.
Iliavukuokviil'Kuuyluvm' I'ain Kii Ltualmn'.t
fnuii tho day it v..n intn'd'Ufiti.aiitl afttT jur of
nhAi rvntfnn atul um I rtpanl lU rretenco in my
hoUHt'lioM a-i all itutij wiiW ntrentit.
I K l'ouni, IT, H. Conniil.
I hut lieen pceral daj-i KiitHrmv Het.rily tnmi
diarrtura. aeextmi'umoil with iiUjnc jiiiin, vhrti I
tri)l jourl'AiN Ku.u n.aml luund fUinotiiuLint
Tflltf. II J. Nt'ONK.
21 MosTinur St .Lunhos.IIno.
Purine aresiik muni tvrnt)-tlu(0ttisiu Iiuiia,
I hao Kivfit it iu many eau'sof Uiauhu'ii, lyHn
tery, auj cholera, and never knew it to fail to jrto
rtliof. It. Clahilhjk.
No family can safely be without this
invaluable "remedy. Its price brings it
within tho reach of all.
For hale by all druggUts at 23c, 50c.
and $1.00 per Iwttle.
PKIIHY DAVIS SONMVoprietors,
Providence, K. 1.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Tho Positive Cura
For all Female Complaints.
This preparation, as Its namo ultrninen, coiudHta of
YetfutaMo rroui Ilea that aro hanutiuM to tho inout dol
icttto luvalM. U)on ono trial the merits of'thia Com.
piunl will lo rocos'nlzod, j relief is itumudUto am
wlion its uao Is continued, In ninety-nine casos In a bun.
dnxl.apornianoritcurelaeiTecUHl.Mthouaaiicia will tch
tlfy, On account cf iUprovoa merits, It U today re
eommen Jod and iireaorlbod ty tho heat ifc8lcl&ns la
It will euro entirely tho worst form of falling
of tho u torus, IxucorrliOJA, Irregular and alnful
MonitruAtlon,ItOvurl&n Troubles, Inflammation and
Uleeiatioii, Hoodlnys, all PIsplaceracnts and tho eon
wetiuont spinal weakneaa, and Is eniciahy adapted t
thoChanguef Ufa, UMllldlstHdvo and expel tumors
from tliouterualnon early dtogo of development. Thu
tendency to cancerous humors thtro U chocked very
HicHxlily hy itdUM.
In fact it lias proved to ho the groat
cut and bent remedy that has ever been dlaroior
ed. It peniwaU,s evvry iortiou of thu syitem( and tflven
new life and vlor. 1 1 romovos falntniuui.flatulonry, de
BtroysalteraTln foriUiuulants,aud rulieves weaknoua
of tho htomach
Htuny nioatlnf;, TleaJaches, Nervous Prostration,
aenuralU-hUltytSlocplohMiuss, l3cprewJon and ludi
gcstlon. TliatfcH-lmtfof bearh)(f down, causing i'ain,
vt elfild and bacLacho, Is always icnnancntly cured Ly
Its uao. It willat all times, undundtirall cfrcuu)btan
cos, act iu hariuuuy with tho law that tfovurus tho
For Kidney Complaints of olttier mt thU conijumnd
Lydia E. Pinkliams Vesetablo Compound
Is prrpai td at d and 833 Western At enuo, I. rn, Ma
.'iltoJIW. bU butthn for ta,uu. Scut hyiuailiu the
fnrmof !'llH.aLiln tho fuim of Iozeiiris, vn mt1;t
ofprlct', fl.oo, per f.ir either. Mrs, riNKKAU
fretly uiiBwirsalllcttorsof luqulry, fiend for oaut
ihUU A'MroniaifcUiV( Stetttton this ;u;wp,
No family buuulJ U without tXViX K I INKHAM'
UVUItriUA They cuid Counl(4itlnn, Uliuuuu,
mi'lTorpuhty of IhoUvcr. Un-rtsptr lox.
n. C. SL0A11 & BED.
Carriages, Buggios, Phaotono, Sleighs.
FLATKOHM WAOONH, 4C,
Flrat-claaa work olwuyH oa liana.
IlBfAIUlNO NBATI.Y IX1NK.
ITIi rwlnowl to huh rhn ttmp.
Tho Highest Market Prico in Cash
l'AIDl'OIt AU. KINDS OF IIIDBS AT
I.outlicr iiiiO 8lio l'liullni; Store,
Main SritKi.T.Ori'osiTE Stonr Ciiuncir,
April 8, "soly
BL00MSBUTIG,PA.,FRTDAI7, AUGUST 19, 1881.
"WIIKN H.MtTII W7S VIIIIMI."
In rla! s Pf eld, when enrth wns yo'intf,
N hen htirois IU eil nnd poi-ts Bunu,
A spirit dwelt In every tree,
A lul volci's of deep mystery
fpf ku In thu murmur of the sou,
In Un J s of old, when earth wH j oilhff.
Hut now tho fat th la gtowhiK old,
Iho lute h mute, and tilth li cold;
Ihn spirit tif tlio tree 1 1 lied,
And voices, once to iutii'' wpd,
Aro hushed, for fai'cy'H wit Is do vl,
Now tint tho o.irlu h,n grown ho old,
Tho child's frefh fnllh pays Ik majfo frco
lu nil to Homo dUlnllyj
Ilutshrlnes nrt cold, nnd nltnrs bare,
Wlin hem t nro wnrped with nj;o nod enro,
And douhttnp spirits will notrtuto
To trust In ought thej canoot see.
lUvant M. Itautry.
Somewhere In I lie world Ihere lildo
(I Helen Rules Hint no one s s
Suvo t hoy ccmo In hnpp.v los
Not In ones, nor jet In Ihrei'H.
llul from ivcry mil Icii'adupr
I.nH a pnthuuy slndsht nnd true,
Mnpsund survejs know It noi ;
lie Mh.i fliidH, Hints room frr two.
'J hen they tieo tho gnrden Riitcsl
Never Bkt?s so Mua ns thelri,
Never llowers so manj swtct
As for thosu whocoino lu pairs.
Hound m.d round Ihe n'lejs wind,
Now n crudle bars their wny,
Now a llttlo niound, behind
So tho two go through Iho day,
Whin noho'k In nil Ihe lines
Hut h.tH heurd a for n or styli,
l.o I nnolhtr (.'arden't'uto
opens us Iho I w o go by I
In they vnndi r, know lng not i
"Flvo-ntiiMwonty" tills tho nlr
Wl li u silvery echo low,
All nlout thu Hurtled pair.
llnpplt r jet Huso garden wnlki;
Closer, lit nrt to heaillho lean;
Sllll r, solter tills tho light,;
1 ow Ihu twos, and far between,
1 IP, at last, lis c n tl.ev pass
Dow ll tho pal lis so well Ihoy know.
(lueo ngaln ati hldileu gates
htaiid tho two; they enter slow.
(lolden gatoa ol llfty years,
May our two your lachet press I
(l.tritcn of Iho sunset Land
Hold their il".u est happiness I
Then a quiet walk ngaln;
'I lien a wli ket In the wall ;
1 hen oho stepping on alone
'1 lieu iwo at Hie lleait of All!
lhisltm 7ini ijtl.
THE B AEON ESS' JEWEL BOX.
A .VIOUV I UOM 'llli;II'.l!.MA.
Tin) IjiunncHs Uukiiviim Kltx was tin
iint iltjtiflitl and dasliing iiernonagu in
tlio Kr Valley. Ilur t'asllo near Sotnlyo
was llie finest Hpecim'en of a .'leat resi
dence in all that shadow of iheKrilellek,
and she, a Itomnanian by birth and a
Hungarian by marriage, seemed to unite
till thu biilliant ehai'acUristies of both
these picturesque, races.
Shu was a widow to begin with, and
sincti the animal man litis speculated
upon the varieties of the angel woman, a
widow has been pr nounced the mo-t
amiable variety of thu species. tSho was
very beautiful, tall, svelte, bluueyed,
black-haiied, piquant, red and white,
with thu most scornful litllu mouth ami
thu most dcliuatu profile; her hand and
foot were iiKdels,ulthough tho latter was
frequently stamped when shu was not
pleased Shu was iu tho third and last
place, as preachers say very rich, and
had fallen heiress to two collections of
jewels which were almost fabulously
valuable. A biilliant creature, the
Baroness. Shu owned villages mid
vineyards and undo a largu income
uvery year from her sale of Kmter, a
"Mud wino of a 'jale uolden hue, which
hud as full and peculiar a flavor as shu
had herself. Thu Baroness sent her ivitie
to Vienna, wheru it was fonsideted til
most equal to Tokay. Of coiu-ce, shu
had suilorsjthe beautiful, shai p l!aroness.
They caino from Transylvania and
HtHsiii, from Houmania and all Hun
gary, from Austria and all thu (lermaii
l'lilieipalitics; and for tho unlucky
wretches about Pus l'oki and thu IJehar
Settlement, and tho country gentleman
of Iirdioszegh,they knelt and worshipped
in vain as shu dashed past them on her
lleet thoroughbred, for shu was Diana
as a huntress and the queen of tho Ama
zons also. Her black horso Tetenyerwas
said to emit liro from his nostrils when
he stopped to bieatho.
This grand lady was afraid of nobody,
loved nobody, had no friends, save tho
nuns at tho foot of thu 1 5c. (lebirgo and
ono old piiest who seemed to bo deeply
in her confidence. Every year shomado
a grand visit somewhere Vieiina,l'aris,
Homo, London or St. Petersburg. Sho
spent money like water, made everybody
talk, wonder and admire, and where her
splendid jewels wero tho envy of all tho
Yes, sho was afraid of ono inttn, and
that was her steward, Neusiedler, ho who
for years had managed her vat estates,
her vineyards and her wheatfields, her
liclds and fisheries.
Nutisiedler was acrouchiiig.cross eyed,
mean-looking Gorman .low, married to a
bold, black eyed, largo-nosed woman,
who was twice his size, and who lived in
tho village, near tho castle, ami who
spent her time envying nnd hating tho
liiironess, iMndamo Pasteur, the Kieiich
companion, ami Matildc,tho I'Ycuch maid,
who iiover loft tho Iiarouess, thought
that Notisiedlcr, anil his wifo had lliuovil
oyo and that thuy would somo day wilt
thu liaroni'ss. I J i it, liiikuv'uin-Klt,
laughed at this fear, ami kept on her
course exultant. Still when tho yearly
pay day eamo round, and sho had to look
over accounts with Is'cusiedler, sho did
show what she had never shown before
Among her jewels was a pplendid ropo
of jiearhcoliiii d pearlp, tho rarest thing
in tho wholo world, neither black nor
white, but pearl color, with three great
emerald pendants, each as largo as a
small pear Tlio Emperor always noticed
this jewel with a smile and a comiili
motit when tho llaroness Hukavina-hllz
went to a eouit ball lit Vienna. Hu told
her that thu Empress had nothing half
as handsome, and it is to be feared that
tho Emperor spoke also of tho white,
linn neck on which tlio necklace rested,
for Itukuviiia-Eltz was apt to blush and
look magnificently well at such moments.
Then she had great clinins of sapphires
as bluo as her eyes and soino big rubies
which tho baron luid given her (the old
JJaron, twice her age, who went down
into Koitinanln for her when she was 15.)
nnd Bhe Jiad diamond, of course every
rich lady has diamonds and n gif at lox
fun 01 enginveii nmttliyfitB and antique
geins, some that Cardinal Antoiielli gave
ner in woine, lor lie. loo. had at mired
tho wihl liiironess.
Indeed, if the lhironpss IJitkavina-
Kit, had ever written her memoirs, what
n story she could have told I Jliit the
end of every woman's hNtory is that she
finally falls in love, and such was tho be
ginning of tho end of the story of Uitka-
vina-iviiz. ono went to JMigiami one
summer, ami there was a voting Loid
Kotiald Somerset, or a Loid Georiro
Lovcnson lonttitrite. or a vomitr Lord
Howard Pliiiitagenet Miry mix them up
so, tlieso I'.nglisli woids, they are not
half so individual as our Hungarian
names,) who could ride better than shu
could. This was a tumble blow to tho
Haroiuss and sho wished lieiself dead.
Mut when at dinner the soft-voiced.
handsome, tall young Englishman, Sir
jiVMcr .'lowaril Mstor (that was Ins
mnnc after all) sat next to her and talked
so well and was so eonipliinenlarv to her
seat, cross country, and not iced thnpoarl-
eoioicii pearls, ami the enieiahls, Willi
his lips, and tho neck nmleriiealh with
his eyes, linktivina-l'.llz foigavo linn,
and he began to talk of her home near
Somlyo, and it ended in a largo English
party coming to the Kr Vnlloy,uiider the
shadow of the Kr .Mollok.for a long sum
mer visit. And how they raved about
everything tho wine, tho horses, tho
scenery, thu wild, baibario splendor of
tho Iiarouess housekeeping, anil how
they all hatu.l Xeiistedlui' and his bit,',
black-browed wife, whoweiu invikd up
to i no nans.
There was an English lady, one with
very long teeth, and very long nose, and
very high eyebrows, and they called her
i.aiiy Louisa, biio was very grand ami
lolly, and jMndaino J'asteur heaid her
say one dav
"Ho you know", dear Iiarouess, I think
you aro so vciy caicless- don t vou
know ? about those beautiful jewels of
yours- do you Know r
"Hut who could steal them?" said the
Iiarom ss, laughing. "There are none
like tiiem m all Hungary, and no one
would dare to wear them, they aro so
"Ah ! but somo of these wild people of
vours! they might swallow vour etnei
aid's, those fierce Croats,tlio lSoumanians;
and then you keep them in such open
closiis and boxes. .Madame I astern
nodded her meek head, too. She had
trembled for ihe jewels always.
l!u( the Iiiirones and Sir Lvsler began
to think of other things and jewels; there
weiu moonlight rides ami walks, and
there wero long talks and many reveries.
Lady Louisa went home, they all went,
but Sir Lyster came back.
And thou, one evening, Madame Pas
teur said afterwards that sho saw Meu
sicdler come in and bully tho Iiarouess.
and she heard him hiss out the words
"lieim mber ifyon mairy, ou losuall.
Ifemember thu liaron's will 1"
And liukaviua-Eltz turned pale and
said, "liully, tiaitor, fiend," brtwten her
shut teeth. Shu went off to Pf.ris on onu
of her long visits,and Neusicdlor squeezed
the tenants and made every onu mis
erable. Tho casllu was shut up and
black Tetenyer grew thin in his stable.
'When she came back she looked older
and more sedate. Sho went often to
see the nuns at the foot of L'ez Gebiige.
She saw the priest also very often, and
Madame Pasteur thought she was glow
ing devote. lint she diesscd in her us
ual dashing colois (for shu was a very
Uouiiianian at heart,) and sho wore one
wore one of those scarlet quilted petti
coats that the English ladies wore so
much; and very pretty it looked, with
her dark habit and her dark dresses
looped up over it. This, with a scarlet
feather in her hat, looked as if thu Iiar
ouess was thinking of England.
It was a miseiiiblt1 day. that, when
Madame Pasii ur and Matilda came
screaming down the long corridor,
u'l'lin iiiu-ds fire .time ! (nine! irniie!
The Iiarouess had the great bill of the
castle rung, and Xeusidler was sent for
at once. Sho was veiy pale for she loved
those pearls and emeralds.
Ncusiedlor was composed, every look
was made to say, "I told you so;" ho
had alwajs wuiucd her about the jewels.
"AVhut can bu done 1" asked thu
"Seai,ch, whip, impi'ison all who at
tempt to leave the province," said Ketisiu
"Except worn n I willhaveno women
whipped," said the liiironess.
"I am glad to hear that," said Neusied
ler, laughing his malicious laugh, "for
Madame Netisiedler goes to Vienna to
morrow." "Ah 1" said the 15ai ones?, "you know I
could not niean.ut any rate,that Madame
Neiisiedier should bo disturbed ; solid her
in my little caniago with the three ponies
"Your Excellency is very condescend
ing," said Nuusicdlcr, bowing to tho
Tho local police sought everywhere
for tho last jowols, but no traces of them
could bo found. The Iiarouess sat in a
sort of stupor and looked out of tho
"1 will goto England, " said sho hasti
ly ono day. "Neiisiedier, some money,
and arrange for ine to bo gone three
"It is well, inadame," said tho stew
ard. It was a very loiindabout route that
tho Iiarouess took for England. When
Matilda and Madame Pasteur reached
tho station at Erdiosegh they were as
tonished to see the Iiarouess dash into
thu ticket-ofllco and buy tickets lor
Vienna, and when they arrived, all of
them, at her lino hotel at Viciinn, who
should step out to meet them but Sir
Lyster Howard Lyster.
Nothing but the well-known eccentri
city of tlio Iiarouess apologized to
Madame Pasteur for what followed. She
commanded two dresses to bo made, and
that Madame Pasteur should go with her
ton Jewish masked ball at tho Opera
House iu Vienna.
"Sir Lyster Howard Lyster will go
with us I' said siie, as a shade passtd
over the pale face of her companion,
Oh 1 that thu lady of sixteen quaitor
lugs should bo seen in such a low place!
No; sho was not seen I Sho was masked;
but that sho should even go I 'What a
saciilico of piidoaud of dec,ency,Madaino
Pasteur thought it, us sho saw tlio
Iiarouess take tho arm of ono masked
man aflor tho other, and then go into
tho supper room with a paity who fol
lowed a tall mask in a blnuk domino.
A voice struck on Madame Pasteur's
ear was it that of Madumo Neiisiedier If
was it could it bet
Yes I and as she throw back mask
and hood there sparkled on her neck tho
jicarl colored peails and tho emerald jicn
ihuita of the lost jewels. 0 Heaven I
"Tho necklace of iho Iiarouess," shout
ed thu impulsive, the imprudent Madame
It neaily spoiled the plot, for Madamo
Neiisiedier was among the fiiends and
confederates. However, tho tall Eng
lishman stepped forward, and tho two
Viennese policemen m rusted thu
She behaved with extraordinary cool
"It is indeed thu necklace of the Iiar
ouess, given by her lo my husband for
moneys which he had advanced to her.
Let her deiiv it if she dare. I have her
wiitten acknowledgment of thu money,
aud I have come to Vienna to sell the
iiieklacc, where it Is well known.
The Jews gathered around the wonder
ful necklace, which the Chief of Police
put iu his breast pocket, removing the
The Iiarouess went back to her
hotel and allowed Madame Pasteur to
pass a wretched night. Sho would ex
All leiimi was alive wiien tne great
case came ou, and not a lew laiues weie
glad lo hear that the liuokaynia-lMtz
jewels wero in pawn lhai envied necu
lace. Neiisiedier eamo to his wife's rescue,
and told tho story over again. Thu
evidence against thu Iiarouess was dam
ning. Shu had, according to his story,
lived far. far beyond her income, and he
had supplied her with money from thu
Jews. Shu had fabricated the story of
tho lost necklace to try and cheat him,
but hero wero her signatures, and here
was tho Union's will, which sho was
about to try to disregard his will saying
that shu should never marry, or, if sho
did, that shu lost all her vast estates.
"Iiarouess L'ukavina Eltz, what have
you to say to this1? AVhat is your de
tense 1" said thu prosecuting counsel.
"Only this I" said tho Iiarouess, hold
ing up" in her hand thu pearl colored
pearls and the emerald drops, tho real
necklace I On the Judge's desk lay a
fao similo of the famous nacklace. Tho
two ornaments looked exactly alike.
"Let an expoit bo brought and say
which is the real necklace aud which the
imitation one, made in Paris, and used
by mo to lure this wretched and dishon
est thief of a slewaid on to his destruc
tion !" said the I'.aioness, with a flash of
liouinanisn lire in her eyes.
It was true I Neiisiedier had been
foiled : he had stolen a false necklace,
which the Uaioness bad hail made in tho
Kue de la Paix."
"He litis been stealing from me for
yi ills; hehas doubtless forged a false
will of the liaron. for I have found the
true one I" said Kuckavina Eltz. "I could
not unravel the net I hut hu has thrown
over me but for this happy thought of
templing bini to stud some false jewels.
Had he got tho real onesjiis story would
have been plausible. Now,I trust, justice
is convinced that it is a lie I"
A dreadful noise followed this speech
of thu spirited Iiarouess ; Neiisiedier had
fallen down iu a lit. Never moro would
lie drink the yellow tinted Kuster ; never
more would "he return to the joys of
crushing the pensantrv of Somlyo of
cheating the liiironess. Ihe Iiarouess
had cheated him at last. Soldi sold!
sold! with false pearls and emeralds!
Poor Jew ! poor Jew !
It was a very grand wedding, that of
the Iiarouess to Sir Lyster Howard Lys
ter, who though only an English country
gentleman, proved lo be richer than she
and who made her alovingand a hunting
The Emperor gave her away, nnd she
wore the pcutl coloteil pearls with tho
eineiald (hops, now become historical.
"Ah! .Madame, dear Iiarouess, please
tell ine vtheic y mi have kept the real
jewels all these months?" said tho pious
Madame Pasteur, almost kissing the hem
of her uiNtiess robes.
The Uaioness was dressed for travel
lieg. ns her faithful adhetent knelt and
asktd this question. She had on the
quilled satin red petticoat; thu tcailet of
"Was it in the double locked closet of
the noilh tower?"
"Ah, no! fiiiihlul Pasleur,thou know
cst Neiisiedier had the key to that 1"
"Was it in the jewel casu of thy great
accslress, the lioiimaniaii Princess?"
"No. Gin ss again I"
"Was it in the convent of tho nuns of
"No Pasteur, I never gave them any
thing to keep but my sins."
"AVas il in the liaron's strong box in
"No, my dear Pasteur, no. You havo
tho hiding place under your linger. They
wero quilted into the lining of this red
satin eltico.it. 1 owe Ihe idea to that
good Ltidy Louisa. "Seo hero !" and
gently raising tho edge of bur travelling
skirl, right over her left foot, the Iiarou
ess showed Madamo Pasteur a neat little
series of pockets, where tho jewels had
been safely hidden in u scarlet prison.
Tho Burlington Jfmcceyc says that it
is easy enough to predict tho weather if
you only follow the right rules. Here
are some of them : "An intensely blue
sky indicates a temporary absence of
clouds. Under other circumstances,
again, an intensely blue sky indicates a
tornado When the sun rises behind a
bank of clouds, and tho clouds hang
low till around tho horizon and all over
the sky, and tho air fells damp, and
there is a tine drizzling mist blowing,
the indications tiro there will bo a rain
somewhere iu the United States or
Canada. AVhcn it begins to thunder
look out for lightning. To seo tho head
of tho family feeling iu his right hand
pocket, then in tho left hand pocket,
then inallhis vestpoekels,then in his hip
pocket, then iu his coal poekots,and then
look at his ceiliug.indicaies "no change."
If hu suddenly stops whistling at thu
ceiling and expands his face into a brand
grimace of delight,it means ''unexpected
change." If tho corn husks are very
thick, tho winter will bo colder than thu
summer. If tho corn husks nro very
thin, the summer will bo wanner than
the winter. If tho corn husks nro neither
too thin nor too thick, the summer will
be waim and tho winter will bo cold. If
the weather prophet piodiets a rainy
season and it happens to rain away out
in CnlaviruH county, nnd is dry us n
bono all over tho lestof America, this
ruin must bo set down to the credit of
the weather breeder and all tho dry time
counts for nothing."
Chinese limbers shave without Inthcr.
Trtis reminds us that our old schoolmas
ter use to lather without shaving. One
is said to bo us jiainful nn operation as
THE COIiOMUIAN, VOL. XV. NO. 33
UObUMIIlA DRMOOIlAT, VOL XLVt, NO. Vt
A Wonihrliil Dream
THAT l.lilt TO T.I1V SINOfl.All HHSI I.TS
On the late train from New Yoikovor
the Valley read a week ago Monday
night eamo three individuals tothis city,
two gentlemen nnd n young lady. A car
riage was called and the party weredriv
eii to the residence of a well known citi
zen on South Franklin street. The fam
ily were all absent, but the servants were
evidently nppiised of their coming, for
they htttl nodilliculty in gaining entrance
ami subsequently in being provided for
the balance of the night. The next af
ternoon the parly left in a close covered
carriage which was driven across the
bridge. One of the strangers was a man
of elderly appearance, the other a young
gentleman, while tho thiid was a hand
some, fair-haii eil woman, somewhere in
the neighborhood of twenty. Tho tip
pearauco of all favoied tho supposition
that they were ot one tainily come hitli
or on a visit. Tlio truth is sometimes
stranger than fiction, and last evening a
Union-Lender representative was le
galed with ti stoiy concerning these
people, that litis not, been matched for
absolute interest in a good many years,
and perhaps never in this section. It ap
peals that thu paity were all from Hus
ton, the city of classic culture and genu
inu aristocracy. Tho elder gentleman
was thu father of the young lady and
tho other was her family physician.
About three months ago thu lady was
suddenly seized with spells that "resem
bled the situation of tboso in a trance
condition. At these times she would ut
tor strange things, reciting verses that
wero evidently coined while under the
influence of these spells, and would play
marvellously beautiful pieces on the
piano, all strange and new. These spells
lasted about an hour, and eamo once a
day. Medical advice was obtained, but
tho physicians could not ascertain the
cause of these strange, trance conditions.
Tho lady herself could not recall any
thing that transpired while sho was in
them aud was a good deal wortied about
what could cause tliem. bhu was
healthy, unusually so, had no tiacu of
insanity, was never injured in any way,
and what caused tho singular trances
into which sho fell daily, was a torment
About four weeks since the lady had
a dream which so inipicssod her upon
awakening that, she intoiined her family
about it. She said that sho dreamed of
going to a city called Wilkes-Uane in
J'ennsvlvania. 1 hat she ciossed a river
in a covered carnage and drovo to
largo monument, winch stood a little off
a main road that led by it. That upon
ariiving at tho monument sho entered
the gato and walked inside. Just iu
front of thu noithorn face of ihe tall
shaft, lying in the grass, shu observed
small white stone, not much bigger than
a walnut, on which were seven, round,
black spots, which she picked up and
put in ner pocket, oho then went away.
but before getting out of tho enclosure
sho was met b an old woman who told
her that as long as she kept Iho stone
somewhere about her person sho would
never bu troubled with thu spfllssliu was
subject to. J he Jamily, very naturally,
laughed at, tho vision, but the younjj
lady did not seem to icgaid it i
a funny light, at all. On the eonnai v
sue was (teeny impressed Willi tho dream
and avoided thu fnmilv dining the day
mat nigni, sirango to say, uio vision
was repealed exactly, as it was .also on
tho third night, liy this lime tho mem
ncrs ot me lamiiy grew quite serious,
and regal ded thu young lady's dream
with a good deal of awu and interest
Her spells continued coining on daily
about three o clock iu the alti rnoon.
Iu tho meantime the lady as-oiled her
determination to visit this city and loo!
id the placo sho had (beamed about
Her physicians were consulted, ard after
somo (lays of hesitancy they finally
agteed that it, would do no harm to
bring tho lady lieie. It was on this oc
casion that shecamu a week ago Monday
night, accompanied by her father and
her physician. Tho wonderful part of
this strange story is,that when the paity
who had no ditlicully iu locating the
Wyoming monument as the object of
il , ! ... ,J ..
iiij fining in") n vision, ariivco mere,
she was permitted to go alono inside the
gaio up 10 mo tail snail, iter eves wero
fixed upon tho ground with an intensity
of observation that was most acute. No
word was said as she moved cautiously
about until sho arrived on tho northern
sido of tho shaft. Then she gazed with
a deeper look. Slowly she passed her
foot over tho grass, missing nothing in
tho steady survey. Suddenly sho stooped
and with aery of joy aiose.Shohadfound
Ihu very stone she had dreamed about,
Sho earned it to her father, who exam
ined it very closely and then passed it
over to tlio doctor. lioth were dumb
loiimled. Very few woids were spoke
and tlio party returned silently, all the
moro anxious to know if tho strange
spoil wouui return again, now that the
talisman that was to banish them had
been found. Tho young lady passed
through that day without her usual
trance. Tho same thing happened on the
next day when the party returned to ios
ton. A letter received from tho young
muy last, nigni, says mat sue lias not had
nny spell since she loiind tho stone.
I Vilces-Jkirre Un i on-Leader.
Dr. Lenz, iu a recent lecture at Paris
on his jouiney from Morocco toTimbuo
too, has been correcting somo of the gen
oially received notions as to the condi
tion ot tho balmra. It leallv fonns
great plateau, about 1,100 feel above the
level of the Atlantic. In no part of this
plalonu is tlieie to bu found that denies
sion below tho level of tho ocean which
is shown ou the maps of curtain L'eoeTii
pliers, and which has lid to wild schemes
ol conveiting the Sahara into agrcnt in
land sea. iiioreoyer, iho bahnia is not
one dead sandy level, but is really great
ly varied in its aspect. Hocks nro sue
cecded by sandy plains, hero and ther
aro oases coven. d with alfn grass and
stagnant shallow sheets of water. The
trtsli water fossils which are met with in
many pans snow tutu thu haluira is not
iho uottom ot a dried up sea. Again,
the temperature is not nearly so hot as
inigni no expected, in shoit, tho Sahma
is not so bad as it has been called, wild
nensis aro raie, aud tho most form dab
enemies to bo met with are tho touring
inner, who, accoKiiiigio report, recently
massacred tho French Trans-Sahara Ex-
.....Ilttr... A., ... ' .1 .. . . 1. -.
found he had to traverse n great space
covered with ruins before he could reach
I'l.iiiiuii. win ui i iiucioo I Jr. .uni
Uio inhabited part. Thcro nro now onlv
20,000 inhabitants, but many schools anil
llndcsboro is what they put on cur
ram, uusncH binco mo new version eamo
Onolncli fiofl nw
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Transient or toonl notices, ten centa ft lino, regular
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funis in Uio "nuslnna Directory" column, one
dollar per year for each lino.
There are 100,000 commercial drum
ineis in the United States tho largest
brass band on record.
A lioston critic explains that a certain
vocalist sings badly "because his heart is
too big and crowds Ins lungs.
Mr. A. L A vet v. l'haniiacist, Ni wail.
N J. Having been siveiely uflliciid
levin urns wilb Ha Fn i, nl'ii .
ing almost e( ivthing without aai,l
ive up all hi i s ot being cured, wie 1
puielmsed iioiu vou a box of Ens
Cream lialm. To my suniiUe, afiei a
w applications, I was entiielv lehovid.
15. Watson Hnriis, Letter Carnei Ni. 14,
New P. O., Newnik, N .J.
M( ssrs. White & liurdick, l)n'"ji
Ithaca, N. Y. 1 lecoinmend to th
suffering (ns I have been) with Ilav
Fever, Eh s Ciinm lialm. II. v. e t i d
nearly all the remedies I could find, and
Xio this ti decided pielerence over tie in
all. It has given ine immediate relief,
T. Stephens, I laid ware Meich.int,
Ithaca, N. V. Sept. !, KSSO. Piico "0 cts.
An Arkansas man had seven buckshot
taken from his head and remarked that
piilo a load was off his mind.
Wo are told that tho ancient Egp
Hans honoied cats when dead. Ihe
incienl Egvptnins knew when a cat was
the most to bo honored.
a noon rouNiKTioy.
Ono of the greatest troubles of out'
people is weakness of the stomach. As
this soon causes indigestion, nervousness:
and rheumatism, they prevail in almost
every Ainciican household. Thcro is
positively nomcd lor am body to sulkr
from these painful troubles who can buy
O.ceni. bottle ol J'aikersuitigor ion
for this superior medicine always
tones up the stomach and nervous sys
tim, and keep? tho kidneys activo in
cairying off tho foul matter, thus leaving
a good foundation ior perfect health.
Ar. O. Picuminc.
Monograms on porous plasters for
young ministers are woiked in cool pink
or bluo for thu summer season.
The house fly can only sco a distance
of thiity-oight fie.t, but that never
bothers him nny. He always manages to
keei) within thntv-seven Joel ot evciy-
We are so thankful to say thatottrbaby
wiis permanently cured of a, dangerous
uni protracted irregulaiity ot tho bowels
by the tisu of Hop liiltcrs by its mother,
which at tho same time restored her to
pel feci health and strength. Tho parents,
Kociiester, i. . bee another column.
A man in Portland, Me., has been ar
rested for throwing a lightedlnmi) athis
children. He does not mean that they
shall walk in darkness.
,lry Gould has at last got to work on a
railroad on Mexican soil. As he is a man
that never says much about his personal
nffuiis, it is not known who he intn 's
lea b it ! 't t t, i l
1 Ukl I,. , ,i
O. liorlle, Manchester, N. Y was
troubled with asthma for eleven vears.
Had been obliged to sit' itp sometimes
ten or twelve nights in succession. Found
immediate ielle-1 lioin J lioimis Eclcctrio
Oil and is now entirely ciued.
The man who invented thu fifteen puz
zle is now making patterns for the latebt
styhsof oil cloth. The minor thai he
was struck by lightning last summer was
il canaid, published by his friends to
throw hired assassins oil his track.
Till". LONDON I.ANCI'.T.
Tho "London Lancet" says: "Many a
life bus been saved by the moral courage
of Ihu sufl'eier" and many a life has been
saved by taking Spring lilossom in caso
of bilious fivir, indigestion or liver
complaints. Piico .r0 cents, tiial bot
tles 10 cents.
The Inst thing in harmony is said to
bo the fashion of wearing suits to cor
respond with the awnings over tho front
of tho house.
Tho timo to damo is just after stirring
up a den of yellow-jackets Parties at
tending picnics will do well to remember
Thomas' Eclcctiic Oil has obtained a
great populniity, firm its intiinsio valuo
as a lelinble medicine, in curing honrto
uess, nnd all irritations of tho throat,
diseases of tho chest, etc. For all theso
it is an incoinpaiablo pulmonic.
An Irish editor pays: "Our women
aro accused of being fond of whistling.
Well, so bo it. AVhat is more lovely
than tulips well blown?"
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Me
llower is iioncw pieparation for tho pub
lic to experiment with; its success is un
jiaiallehd ior restoiitig gray hair to its
natural color, promoting its growth, and
producing new hair on bald heads.
The 'esthetics of lioston are daily gain
ing strength and assurance. They now
spoaie oi iiasnns "niosnic.
JlllKOIIANTS, UHAIi THIS.
To thoso subject to ills incident to
the vexations ol business life, dyspop
sia and a feeling of debility and lretful
ness, we say, without equivocation, take
Simmons Liver lJegulator. This reme
dy is uni quail d in the euro of piles, con
stipation, bad bienlh, sick hendncho and
bilious complaints. Tho Hegulator is
free from any injuiioiis mercurial hub
stance; not disagicoable; can bo taken at
any timo without intei fering with busi
ness or pleusuio. It is gentle, sale, and
a good digester.
There aro no mosquitoes at liergen
Point. (This lie took tho prizo at tho
New Jersey State Agricultural Fair).
hI'lXlt's TOUT (llIAl'K W1NH.
Phjsiciaiis unplny Speer'sPoit Grape
AViiioiii their piaelice in all cases iheio
a pjuo wine is culled for, and do all in
their power to foster and encourage its
production, for tho icasou that pine Port
Wino is a dilliciilt thing to get, and they
me loth to picsoiibo u doubtful or infe
rior m tide, lluiiilieds of New York
doctois have visited Speei's viiieyaids,
but twelve mihs from New Yoik, nnd
examined and tested the wine. For salo
by V. A. Klelin, druggist, Hlooms
AVater is so scan in Milwaukee that
the people geneiouily do without it in
order that the beer mntiufachneis may
hove & good supply.