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coluudu lutueKiUT, awn op tub Konrit, and dnt.un.
Iminl Wfftily, every I'rliluy nininlntf, ul
HLOOMsnUW), COLUMMA COUNTY I'
jt two pot.t,ns per yr-.ir, M cents disnnml illniTisl
when paid In ndvnnen, To sulMcrllicni oat of tin'
,niinlytho terms nrofj per ye.ir.strlctly In ad. ,',.
iirNo paper discontinued axoonlut llm noiim. m
n . publishers, until fil nrn-nAma are paldJiut iiiuf .
Mlpapersaontotltof theSlitAor In dlnntit
rlii fwliiUHiutipiinrori.'i,iiivuK", nnl i a lemon.
. t lo person M Columbia county nunie to p.u Urn
hubs"rlptlon duo on demand.
ios I'A'IU is no longer exacted from subscribers In
Tin' .lobbing l 'iftnfti! r.r the Cot.uiinuN is lory
c,(upic'tp,nn(lt)tir.ioiil,iii,ii,.i;wlll e-omimre rntoi i.
,pirtp,nmlotir.iolirilt,i,..;wlll comimrn rntoi & 1
und, neatly unci ntmoileriilo nilo-s.
til v wiui uinioi inn i-iiies. mi
ill mand, neatly and nt moderate prices.
1 I). tlKOCKWAY,
ATTOUN'HY-AT-L A V,
Coi.t'Mn:y licit.ntsn. Illoomsbutff. ra
Mrtnh r of the CMtcl States Law Awoclnllon,
: ci.ti i.-t ti'j.lc tn uny putt of America or KurOro,
OK'-'O. yecond doorfronl Isl National Hank,
A 1 1 o r n o y n t-Lnw,
mr .tu Knfs lltitt.niNit.
n W J.nUCKALKW,
i-mti'"' n MHi' street, nrst floor below Oourtllouse
n,! .mr Sch lj'tct'f Hardware Stote.
r it tirri.R. 'to . v.t.tTrtR
17 U. , K. R. LTTTI.R,
ortlcolnllrowcr'sbulldlniT.ftecond floor, room No,
omcccornor of centre and Main .streets, dark's
Can bo consultPtl in Oerman.
Mav ho found In KEColtDClPH oi'?ICE In the
Court IIoupo. f-'ept. if'. "-"
A T TO 11 N E Y-A T-L A W,
Nkw Cowmcian llcanih-n, Ulooinsburj;, Pa.
Member of tho V tilted Htatca Law Aseoclatton.
Collections made In uny part of America or Europe
8. KN0RK. I- H. WI NTKltaTKKSI.
KNORR & WINTERS l'KEN",
omco In Hnrtman's WolI;, Coiner Jlaln and .Mar
ket streets, Iiloornsburs, Pa.
Hl'tnemns am? Iiuunlhs Colkchd.
Ottfn In lirowcr's llluek, one door below llrorlcwny
p UY JACOliY,
'iniuiln ll.. l. clink's ii'iiiditic, second Poor, over
llcnmun'a Hour and feed store.
Oct. s, '60.
J II. MAI'.U,
JU&TIUIJ OF THE VEAC'E.
onirotn Mrs. Knl's liulldlntr, third door ft cm Main
Attoi noy.'tt law,
.Takon Rtiildinp, Roomx ! ami 0f
May o, 'si, linUWK'K.l'A.
Collecllous nrnmntly tn.idu and remitted, omco
I oipofilto Uatawl3J.i Deposit Bank. Cm-3S
gr II. RIIW.'N,
H A T T OI1XE Y-A T-L A W ,
Kj Catanlssa, Pa.
H oni"c, corner of Third and Main streets.
A L. ritlT,, Attorney-ai Law. Odice
.V. t 111 HrockwA) 'h r.ulldlnir. June l,
1) 1IIT0K1XGIIAM, Allornev-nl.Lnw. Of-
1 V .tlco, llro,'knny'a Ilulld
ulldlni;, Ul lloor, IHoruns-
UIUJ I, r-'J-l. I
Cti. BARK LEY, Aitornc-v-at-Lnw. Office
, to llrowcr b liiitldlne, and slory, Iiooias l A: o
II, KOW.KON, Attornev-at-Law. Ollice
In II mmau's bulldlutf, Main street.
DH .VM. M RKniiU.b'iirueoii ntid Pliysl-
iati onico Market direct. Near depot.
T If- EVANS, M. D., GurKMiti ami rhyxi
V , clan, (onice una licbldeucu on Third street
T II. McKKLVY, M. D., Siirfjeon Rml I'hy
U . slcun, north aldo Main street, below Market.
j)K. J. U.RUTTER,
onice, North Market atreet,
u'i. 1, 19. Uloomtburtr, Pa.
jyt. I. L. R A 1115,
b 'in street, opposite Kplscopal Church,
'ri'o"' extracted without pain.
Oct. l p;a
W. H. HOUSES,
BLOOMSBUUG, COL. GO. PA.
All styles of work domi In a mperlor tn.inuer, work
WdnunteilaH represtnted 'Inn it IHTiucr
wiTltoPT 1'ain by the umi of (las, nnd
flee of I'baiRti when nitinilal teeth
DDlcc over Ploomtl urjf Danklntr Ctmpony,
Jo be own ul nil hours during the day,
("1 M. DRINKKR, OUN ami LOCKSMITH.
tewing Maehlneaand Maehlmty cf all klndJ ic
Pilred. orKin Hoi'dk ilulidiui;, Uloombui'it, Pa.
DAVID I.OWKNIli:iUi, Mwchant Tailor
Main St., nhovo Ccutral Hotel.
T 8. KUIIN, .lealer it. -Mt.t, Tallow, etc.,
1 Centro ttreet, tn-t wiuu Sucond and Third,
J mkh'hwlly " "
I,,"V'l'lnjlt his 0)d Btoud midor EXCIIANOIJ 110.
.-.''twiii uua as iinuui a rnimnuA69 iiuui.i
I ''HtiJ . Ill' leanrii-lfiillv finlt.-llH tin, n.it rftnflL'11 01
I IH V til 'wi-lf
W. R, 'IUBBS, PROPRIETOR
OI'I'O-ITRCOl II I jlIOL'-iK.
I' irt'e ond'cun' nlrntsamnlaroiimi, llath rooms
' nua cia w.tt t, and U ii)''Jrn comcnleucos
tl ! iMi
? ' "WEliIi, l.,M,
. . I i i
riio Biiukus Arnioi Moot
H takes bul little room. .
Itiiewr nets out ofjRpalr. ,
It iati not liitjw up. 1 ' i
It neec.H no fntl " , r
Thens lino del.tj; tnilrlng up; ni allies to clean
nwuys nctr.ilDMirntit0Uipn.i no repair
Intf net fsfiiry i u eoul tun to pay,
and It Is nlwnjs ready for use.
It Is li,n1unli!o Mr blolnjr Chureli Otpini,t:r
nit'niii. rriiit'nu I'ri-nea, seMti Mnelilnf", luiu
lng Tvllicri, t-rtiill SasK, Oilnd Moeps Collee MUIc,
S miniro Mnchln. Fif.il cutter, Corn Mill', Lh va
1'otii- Uon-e power at in pounds prrsii:e of wa.cr.
It li nolwlenii, mat, eoinpaet, steady, and above all
IT IS VERY Oil EAR
Suml ror i Irtular to tho luck' u Water Motor Co.,
Newnik, N. J., stating name of paper jous-iw ad-
I'tlce, J16 toK.no, Sept. ::n-tt
B F, SHARPLESS,
Cor. Centre and Itnll lloart sts., tir nr L. k II. Depot.
Lowest Pricss "will net to undersold.
Manufacturer cf M1NU CA1! WHEEL;;, Coal llreak
or and llrldgo caitlut'S, Water Pipes, stoves, Tin
ware, Plow?, I HON VENCE, and all kinds of Iron and
The . i 'filial Mcntrose, Iron beam, right hand
h it hand, and side hil! Plows, the best In the mark
et, and all kinds of plow rcj airs.
Cook Moves, Hoom StoveB, and Stocs for heating
stores, fchool houses, churehes, tc Also the larg
os stock of rjpaliu for city stoves, wholesale and
retail, such as l'lre ltrtck,(;ratcs, Cress Pieces, Lids
Ac. Ac., titovo Pipe, Cock Hollers, SktMts, Cakc
I'lates, large lro Kettles, (20 gallons to yj rarrels)
Farm Peils. M ;d Soles, Wagon Poxes,
"Allentown Boiio Mamire"
PLASTEIt, v.i.T, AC, AC.
Jan 9, 'SO-iy
.. T. SNAP, PL ESS.
WHOLESALE AND HEl'AII. DS.U.Elt IN
STAPLE AND FANCY NOTIONS
Ills stock cmipiiseH scarlet, White and Mixed
UISTDEE "W E A.B
tor Ladles, eictitsand Children, Cotton, Jlerlno, aim
Woolen IIOIEUY, ladles' Nubias, Hood and
(lloves. Lace and Embroidered Collars and
Ties, Plain and Fancy Neckwear,
and Hows Ladles and Cents plus, Earrings,
COLLAR AND CUFF BUTTONS,
and cli-tlni, Cents castor, Hue 1; and Kid, lined
nnd I nllned
GLOVES 1111,1 MITTENS,
LAUNDiilED AND I NLAVNlllllED Mil UTS,
COLLARS AND CUFFS,
Mioulder llraces nnd suspnileis, Cardigan Jackets,
uiue Shirts and ov oralis, Mjuea, e.inulumand
Cotton 1'n.biell.u, Writing Paper, Km elopes,
PENCILS and O RAYONS,
I'lour sacks, lirocei 'a Hugs, and
To arrive, a variety cf Corsets, Including Dr.
Wnraei-V Pluxlblo hip and
Making h's ptirchises as he does of manufactuieis
nnd Ihelr ngenis he propoae.s.to make prices that
will compare favorably with the best
X.- T. SI-IARPLES3,
OCt.Si 'll t-f
SPRING- AND SUMMER CLOTHING
A. J. EVANS,
The uptown Clothier, has Just itctlvedn lino lino
ot New (ioods, and la ptepaied to make up
SPRING AND SUMMER SUITS
l'or Men nnd l eys In the niattst manner and Latest
GKNTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
-rats, Caps el-c .
Alwa s on hand. Call and Examine. EVANS' 11LOCK
Corner Muln anil lion Mrtets,
PLUMBING, GAS FITTING,
STOVES and TINWARE.
E. 13. BROWEB
lias purchased the stork and llnslncsof I. Hogen
buch, and Is now prepared to do all kinds otwork
In his line, I'luii.licg and (ins l'llllng n specialty,
rp3qEs no -ejs
in ii great vuilety. All work doao by
Main Street comer of Last.
WS.OO.HSHU IMJ, I'A.
N. S. TINGLEY.
AnnoiiuteK to ihoiublU tlu.t he Ispiepareil todo
nil kinds ot
promptly and at icasonable pi Ice b. Now lslhobea
win for iv
-NEW SPUING SLUT-
Anil '1 1'H'h'J 's tho place to fit a fiopcr fit,
simp over lilllineycr's (irocery, corner ot Main and
Cent lu sIi'kuUi,
nil MAS IIROWN'S IXSVIIANTK AOKN.
P cy. Mijii'uow building, Main street, Hlooms
Etna Insurance Co . ot Ilarlfoid. Conn. II.iW.MJ
Hoyal of Lltcrpool la.MO.OnO
l aneaslilie , le.m i',eni
I-'Ii-k Asuoe latlim, I'lilUdelphlu ,. , 4.1iiS,TK
l imuiiu, or i.un, i.!. r.,wevi;v
Londnii A l.nuianlilie, ef England l,To,u;t
1 In rl tor 1 or llmtfuid..., H.VIS.om
spilnulle'ld l'lre unel Mjiuie v,0i,-;
As Iho n 'rt.eliR air iliri t, rullrlcs arc written fo
thn Insiiiid wliln ut an) delay 111 the unlet)
Wooiii-ibms,. oel.il-i, '5.1-11
IS THE MOST
Economical Power Known
- V .11-
DRIVIXO LIGHT .MACHINHRY.
Houralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Biickac!w, Soranszs of tho Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sora Throat, Swel'nns and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
Gonsral Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feol
and Ears, and all other Pains
N't Prepa-nti'iti n e-iirth eijuu!-- i. J acoih Oil as
n ah'', iturr, tttiiiilr and t'ln up V.xtenml Huiiedy.
A triti I eiiuiiW bid 'lie e iii;''iintin!:. tillhlii,- outlay
of 50 Ci-iil. ,.i, I i m ry 'i 'i '. r.inr with pain
i-ati luiM i liiiipiit,.! .Hide proi.i ul' Hi claitas.
lilrceu :is .a Eleven l.iinmmijei.
SOLD BY. ALL DP.UQQIST3 AND DEALERS IN
A.VOGEL3SR & CO.,
lUiltlmnn; Mil., V, 8. A.
Valuable Ronl Estato
The umlnslgteel AdinlkMintor com lestnmento
annexe cf Pete r Appl' mnli.Ulo of lleliton township,
decerned, etfes the lillowlng elescilbtd piemites at
pilvatt-sile. All that portion of tho following do
acilbed 'JTtACT OK LAND, In Penton towxshlp,
bounded as lelluwn on the iKilli by lands of H. I
1'. Collty, .1. 1'. tliuplii and A. Wilkinson, on tho
west by lands of Ell Melbl ry, .Itbn K. Appleman
and Peter l.atitneb.cn the 'Mith by Infills of Wil
liam llu'mo and Muigau t Dildlne, and on the east
by hinds of Iteuten 11. Davis and Mott E. Colley,
containing EH.inY-EloHT ACHEs, more or less,
wheieon me eieeted a two-story 1HAME HOUSE,
Dank Hani, wagon house and ether out-bul!dlngs.
only that poi tlon lying on tie- west side or Plshlng
creck will bo sold.
Aho, nil that tinct e.f land situate In llenton town
ship, boiindi d on the w ct by kinds of Hebercca Con
nor, on the north by lands of the belts ot Thomas
Davis, deceased, nrd J. V. thai In, on the south by
lands of Eeklel Cole, eontnlnli.g HltiHTEEN
ACHEs, more or le ss, unimproved land. Will be sold
os a whole or In paicels to suit piiiehnscis.
Terms made known on application to
I. K. KltlCKllAUM,
aug. 5-tf cimbra, fa.
Valuable Hoal 3E!state
THE LARGE I'l.t H'RINti MILL
In Hemlock township known i s the
Is efleiednt 1 WW A'lE SALE. 'Ihls mill Is 4T feet
by "-eifeet and contains
1-OUR PAIRS OK RURES.
Usuallj iiinlj vi.ter lower, but has a steam en
glno to run It In time or unusually low water. 11 has
A Lr.rgo Custom Tr:.do
and the io Is a bin gain lu II. l'oi-ruilherputlculars
M. S. APPLEMAN,
Ik t. 7-3IH
C. 1L SAVA3-E,
All kinds of Watches, clocks and Jewelry neat
ly ripi'rc.i .imi warr.intud,
n,. j r, 'T-it
IB A riTItELY VEflETAllI.l' JIEMP.D V
For IJTTEKNi L snil EXTERNA!. Use.
A Miro nnd sjjprily curii f'ni' flmv
Tlirimt, t'unyliH, c'ohlti, Dlphtliorlii,
Clieili'ia, tiiiiiiini'i- C'oiniilaliit, Hied;
Ili nlsi'n, t'uiu, ripraliiii, etc.
lrkeV'j ,'nt to 11--U iiiei-iin'tyorr ' -m(n',i.tiil
wrumtoollord rell f. t.o fnmllv i .hi niioul to
be without It. Sold by nil diugliUi til Wi.,
OU- llll'l 61 a Is.ttle
PERHY DAVI3 A 3011, Proiirtetoto,
Hrovluontc, R. !
p 1 1IART.MAN
HH'Htsr.HTS HIK I' !.'. . lill
AMKUH AN INiUSANi'K ( '( 'Ml'ANll'.S 1
Lvri'iiiiiiir of Minify '" n-.viv .utft.
,1 1. Mil I 1 ' ll ' f P it1 'h- 1 lilt, l'.
Pr.ll k'l.i Of " "
i'i.bn-..na"i 1 01 "
I'a-niei of Vmli. I'a
Illunov. r ul N. -k
Manhati.iu of Ni w oik .
Olllee 1111 Ma.k tst.,t,Si. ., lllo,' 11 ,'jui ,1 i
I if i-ffH
BLOOMSBUUG, PA., Fill DAI, NOVEMBER 18,
"Tell m i. gen'lo traveler, thou
Wh'i hast wandered mr and w Ide,
been tho sweetest r, ne b'ow
And tin bright St rivers glldtj
Siij , ot sll Ihy eyes liavo i.tii,
Which I ho fairest lind h.is bee n?''
"t.Tly, shall I t.dl lh"e where
Saturn fcems most bl"l and f ilr
I'.ir alnve all climes beslde7
Tli wheto Mine wo lovo aMJe,
And 111 It lltll 1 spot Is blessed
Which Ilia 1 )Ved one's foot has presMJ."
I'fmn the 1'imiaiu
TUB IH1II.NH lF LIl'K.
Tivo chlMien down bv Hi ) shining strand,
With eyes as Mil" H tlia summsr aa,
While th sinking sun tills nil the Lin I
With the glo.v of a gol le i myster ;
Luighliig aloul at tin soi-'new'icrv,
(liln; with J iy on Its snowy broist,
Till tin tlrst sear look from tin evenlnj sW
And tu i nmher tars stretch over t'le west.
A sort green doll by the b.'eezy slnre,
A sailor 1 1 1 and a tn.Ud'n f tlrj
II md el is ed lu hind, uh'lei thfl tule of yore
Is Inm; ii,',iln on tin llslsnln air,
I'll-love U )oung, though Ijvo ho old,
vnd lote iiloiie the In itt eui till:
And ths dear old tale that has ben told
In tho d us gine by Is pokcii still.
A trlm-Uullt homo on a slultcrel bay
A wtr lo .king out, on th i gllH'onlng sn i,
A pr.ijcr for llei loved one 'ar away,
And prattling Imps 'nra'h 111 i ol 1 roM-lree.
A lifted tit 'u iit.il a radiant f.icn
Uy tho opon door In the falling night;
A welcomi honn tul a warm embr.ioi
I'rom the- love of his you'll .in t hi! ehll Iren bright.
An aged nun In a i old ni iii-e.h ill ;
A golden light from the western sk)i
Ills wire by his sldo, with her silvered h ilr,
And the open Hook of (led elos- lir.
Sweet on Hi" bay tin g'o lining fill i.
Atid blight H tie) gloA- ot tin evening star;
Hut dearer to them ate th J uper w alls
And the golden stree-t-s of tho Land uf ir.
An old chiirehyaid on a gieen hillside,
Two lying still la their poacf Jl res",
Tho fishermen's boats golngo.it wl lit In tldo
In the llory gl v ot the amb t west,
Ciilldreu's I mgtiter and olel m n's slgln,
'Iln night tn.it follows th" morning clear,
A ralnt o bridging our d.ukened sklos,
Are ih round er our lives fiom year tu year!
--Cli'im'icri' Joiu nul,
HOSli UMAX HIM.
"I halt' llm otloi' !"
llai'iy IVnrvlli dropiicd Ll it; liny spray
of rosu geranium wliii'li lit lii-lil, and a
sliueldt'i- civpt over liim. It was em a
viili',t:ool ve'i amla of a large' hotel tit 0110
of lliu fasliiotuililo watedintr places, and
his companion was .Mrs. Warfmtton, a
voting anil lovely widow. Shu looked
up into his hatidomo fare witli a pecu
liar glatici' from under lief long eye
lashes. 'Why. .Mr. Peiiiyth," she eiied. gayly,
'what an idea ! To hato n flower.'
I Io tried to smile, bill it ended in a
"I will tell you, Sirs. Wiirlmrtoii," he
ans'.viTctl, '"anil then perhaps you will 1111
eleistand me belli r In the lirst pbu'e,
ever since I can l'etneinber even when
11 child the odor of rose geranium cans
td a curious siekining K-iisatiou to eteep
over me. I can not understand it ; it is
a soil of antagonism or ivpulsion, for
w hieh I fail to account. Then later "
.Tu paused, and a far away look stole,
into his elnrk eyes, as though recalling
the- past ; a leaf turned down on some
page of his life-history.
"I heard a dear friend once," he went
on after a pause, "a dear friend never
had another. (.leiald llrookts and 1
were like hri ihtrs; modi ru editions of
Damon and I'ythias they ttsoel to call us
in the college where wu were educated.
I had 110 hopes nor aspirations apaitfiom
(leiald; and his interests were as eluar
to me as my own. Nothing could hurt
him which did not hurt uie.
"I le'grettid exceedingly regietteel
with 'i s1 range pang of jealousy when
at last, in the couise of uunis, Herald
fell in love. The lady was one whom he
had met while traveling lor the linn
which employed him. I never met -Miss
Delonne, but I learned she was the per
fection of grace and beauty ; an elegant
ami accomplished woman, and, withal,
an arrant coipn tie-. She vi as hi artless
and unpriticiplcil, and sej about bleakilig
my liieiiils heart, coolly, deliberately,
and sjtemUiiHilly. .Mrs. Warbuiton,
that woman was as ceitainly the mtirder-e.-s
of (leiald llrookes as though she had
slain him with her own hand, for sho
blighted his hopes and ruined hi peace
and lured him on with her false, deceit
ful siuilts, and her glorious In . inly, until
he confessed his Io e and cal his heart at
her feel, only to be laughed at and told
.scornfully that she was on the eve of
miu ri age with a decrepl old millionaire.
"Now Mis Dclorme's favorito per
fume so (.ierald had told ine was rose
geiauium. She wore the (lowers fre
quently ; its M-'iilct "pike glowing in
vivid lelief in tie- braids of her jet black
hair. Somehow 1 came to assue'iate tho
two the. wotnaii"and the Uower which
I so utmccijuii'.ablj ili"liked.aiul a feeling
sprang up in my heart for .Miss Delormo
which giew anil nourished like the blos
som iisi-lf a lei ling of strong aversion.
"And so time passed, anil pojr (Ierald
wa daily led with false hopes and illu
sions until al last tho blow fell. Had I
been in his plaee when tho knowleilgo
of her b.isi'iie ss eaiue to me, 1 should
hae spurneil her as an obnoxious rep
tile from my path , bill (ierald was not
made of a siern stuff as I inn, anil so
he could not iccoveT fiom the shock.
Oh ! .Mrs. Warbuiton, it was an awful
blow to tne win 11 thev told tue the dread
ful truth that (leiald I'.rookes had taken
his own life !
'It all oceuried in the fai South,
where ho was lra cling. I sent at once
for his body poor inuiele'ied boy 1 It
itauie. no lookiM iiko a mariiiu btatuu
Mug there, white, ejold ami dead, his
hands folded over the heait that had
beaten with trui' and faithful lovo for
ilif w niiia'i who was the cause of all this,
and eiasped in his dead hands I found a
sjiraj tif losegeraniuiiiwhieh I tore from
His grasp j 1 ootiiel not see ins liodv des
ecrated bv un thing she had touched or
oared for. Kunn that hour I have hated
the odor mid sight of tho blossom with
greater intensity that) ever. It may bu
childish and weak in me i if so, I oon
fess inv weukiie. s, but I cannot resist
lie paii-cil and rutted his handsome
head 011 one while, shapelv lurid. Harry
1'ennih was yoiinjf and wualthv, and
ui.iiiv a woman had eudeavoicd to
awiiKen a respoimiM chord in his heart.
liiii, although lie Hi'iM'd in gay xooiety
mid was eo uU'oiis i i all, mid uituniiu
to S'liue, no woman had ever really
touched Ins beai t until he nut swei 1
l.ily .Moivton. Hut Kthil Waiburtoii
tho rich young widow, loved him with a
most wild, absorbing passion which car
ried everything befoie it. The crafty
.Mis. Warbuiton soon discovered that
tht'i'o was 110 engagement existing be
tween Miss .Mnrototf and .Mr. Pcnrylh,
and racked Iter brain for somo method of
disenchanting the young man, ami turn
ing his loe for l.ily into aversion and
While Harry Pcnrylh related the
tory of his friend and his Iragio death,
.Mrs. Warbiu ton's face had grown very
white ; a wild, haunted look stole into
her eyes, and tho little hand, which hold
a sprig of the obnoxious rose geranium
was icy cold and trembled.
She throw the llower away.
"I'm so sorry I offended you with my
geranium," she said, humbly, "it is no
favorito of mine."
It was a eleliburate falsehood, but 110
mallet. "The end justilies the means"
at least she thought so.
As soon as she was alonu in her own
chamber .she paced the lloor like a oagetl
".Myf!od!" she panted, breathlessly,
'what would hu say how ho would
sewn me, if ho knew that I tun Kthel
Delonne, the woman who jilted (Ierald
llrooks! JJitt lie never shall kuetvv, I love
him I 1 love him 1 And f shall win
him if I die for it." She fell into a pro
found reverie. All at oncu her dark
face lighted strangely, "I have it I
she exclaimed. "I believe I can sec my
That night Mrs. Waiburtoii stood be
fore the mirror in Iter 100111 arrayed for
the hop which was to take pla o below
stairs. She was regal in cream satin
and lace, witli white roses in her m.ig
uiliceiit black hair. She nieivcd slowly
toward a window where a pot of rosu
geranium was sitting and stooping over
it, broke off a mass of seal lot bloom.
Then humming softly to herself, she left
the room, crossed the wide corridor and
tapped at a door.
"(Jomo in !" cried a sweet voice, and
Mrs. Waiburtoii turned tho knob and
entered Lily Morelon's room.
"How lovely you are 1" she cried, rap
turously, a jealous pang at her heart,
meanwhile, as her eyes fell on the slen
der ligure in whit" lace and pearls,
"littt oh. Lily, my lovo !" she added
witli a gush ot apparent sincerity, "why
do you wear pearls '? See, I liavo brought
you some of my favorito (lowers. I
raised them myself. I cannot wear them
with this gorgeous continue ; red and
yellow would bo too gorgeous for mo
and 1 do think this dash of scarlet with
your lovely while face would be too
pretty for anything. Will you wear
them, mil chcro "
The young girl looked pleased. She
was a sweet, tender-hearted
incapable of deceit, and therefore,
iieiiv 11 itiii
'You aro very kind, Mrs. Warbuiton,"
she replied ; "indeed I will wear them."
So the wily widow fastened tho led
blossoms in Lily's golden hair anil at her
throat and waist as conspicuously as pos
sible' ; then, her work accomplished, she
When Lily descended to the grand
salon below she was joined at once by
Harry Penryth, who offered her his arm
for a pioinenade. A pair of (lashing
black eyes followed the two as they
moved slowly through the rooms, and a
pair of rosy lips curled witli a strange
smile as she saw Harry Penryth gaze
Ikeilly at his companion, and turn pale
to the very lips. The subtle instinct
which so strangely affected the young
man, was slowly but sure entering his
After a time Mrs. Warbuiton observed
.Mr. JVnrjth making his way through
the crowd to her side. He looked pale
"Come out and walk, Mrs. Waibur
toii. will you not I" lie said, offering her
his arm. With a triumphant look in
hor eyes, she arose, and they strolled
ut into the moonlight.
"Where is Miss Moreton V epieried
the widow, archly.
"I do not know," ho replied, a trillo
coldly. "Let us sit here," ho added,
pointing to a rustic seat.
It was a lovely night His compan
ion was beautiful and fascinating.
Heaven only knows of what foolishness
Harry might not have been miilly.but itist
then a voice fell 011 their cars from tho
"Ah, JJupont !" cried a man's voice.
md a whiff of cigar smoke lloated bv,
"why didn't you tell 1110 'tho Deloriue'
was hero '!
'Delormo !" returned his companion ;
I don't know of whom you are speak
'The first speaker laughed lightly.
"You remember the woman who iilteil
Jji'ookes, elon't you ? Poor (ierald I he
was a noble fellow ! Well she after
ward married old Warbiirton, the mil
lionaire, and worried him into tho grave
within a year. Mies a fascinating wid
ow, anil the younr men (who tlo not
know her) (lock round her liko moths in
candle ! I hear Penryth is tho last
Indeed ?" laughed tho other, and
the two passed on
J tarry rctirytli turned on his com
panion a lace ot mat bio whiteness.
hat does this meant he gasped. "An
swer me ; aro you 1 Jelorme !
Sho laughed recklessly.
"Is it fair to place 1110" foiover under a
ban ?" she askeel, "just because a man
whom I never could lovo, was foolish
enough to care lor mo f Air. renrvth, I
was not to blame, listen."
"Hush!" he said, sternly. "Don't at-
tempt anv palliation. Shall I take yon
back to tlie house, Mrs. Warbiirton V
ind Kthel Warbuiton knew that it
was all over, the game was lilavod, tho
lie ll.ivwn and lost !
Alone on the motmlii'ht veranda Lily
.Moreton sat, palo and sad. Harry Pen
ryth came to her side and bent tenderly
Lily," he whispered, "whore die! yon
gel th'jo geraniums'!"
Shu started slightly and blushed.
".Mrs. Win burton gavo them to me,"
she repliedi "isn't sho kind "
"Very," he answered drvly. Ho then
sat down besidu Lily, and told her the
siorv ot his tnuiiil and hu tragic into.
Huforu it wan concluded she had torn the
blossoms from their resting places and
tosseel them over tliu voranda railing.
They fell on the grass plot below, rigid
at tho feet of Kthel Waiburtoii, And
ivcogni.ing them sho knew the truth,
knew her wicked wiles had not succeed
ed, all was lost,
And sho was light, for bolero Iho sea
son was ended iho newspapers annonn
ee l the wciieiing ot Lily Aiorclou am
, Harry Pcnrylh.
HIE ODD AVEI1SIONSTIIAT IIA VP.TEUHiril'.K
MEN, TIM! WISEST AND MOST
Shakespeare in his ".Merchant of Veil
ice" has a well known passage concern-
inglhounaccJluntablf auliiiathie.s of sonic
men, nud an interesting book might be
written upon tho subject. Not tin fro-
tpienlly these antipathies aro strongest
anu apparently most ridiculous m
people whom one might suppose to be
loftily superior to anything of the sort.
Scaliger turned pale at tho sight of waler
cicssj neither ho nor Peter Abauo could
ever drink milk; Cardan was disgusted at
tho sight of an CL'tri a French ladv "nuv-
or could abide" boiled lobsters, and Am-
broiso Paro rccoi'els the cao of a gentle-
Muni who is Biiiiiiiiny iniecicu uy tuu
view of cookod eels. Vaugheim, a fa
Hanoverian sportsman, slew wild
boars innumerable, but ran away from a
ruast pig, or fainted if lie had not time
to boat a retreat. Marshal d' Albret was
so terrified at the view of a pig's head
thai Hussy says that if any one had
fought a duel with the Marshal with a
pigs head in his loft hand he would have
had as much advantage as if lie had worn
a suit of armor. The smell of (ish threw
JCrasnuis into a fever. King Vladislas
of Poland ran away from an apple.
Zimmerman records the case of a lady
who shuddered 011 touching the velvety
skin of a peach, silk and satin being
equally obnoxious to her. Dr. Uoatty
tells of healthy and strong men whom
the touch of velvet distttibcd. Lord
Harryinore could endure anything but a
pansy: tins Princess of Iimballu any
thing but n violet, (tretry, the compo
ser, and Anne of Austria abhorred the
smell of roses. Wo read of a monk who
fainted 011 seeing a rose, ami never quit
ted his cell during the season of their
doweling. Favorila, the Italian poet,
had a similar aversion anil so had Vin
cent, the painter, and Scaliger tells of a
relative whom lliu sight of a lily threw
into convulsions. Henri III fainted 011
seeing a cat, though he was passionately
fond of little dogs, q'bo Duke of Suhotn
berg had tho same mortal antipatliy,and
the case is recorded of a gentleman who
could not even bear to walk under a sign
board bearing the imago of poor pns.
The Duke of Kpcinon w-as unaffected by
the sight of a hnre,biit)tho view of a lev
eret would throw him into a cold perspi
ration. The Marshal de Hrex.o limited
at tho sight of a rabbit; in this caso the
antipathy could bo traced back to his
having shot, while firing at a rabbit, a
servant, the husband of one of his mis
tresses. A hare or fov terrili?d Tycho
I .ratio fairly out of his wits. William
Matthews had a mortal dread of spiders,
and when the Duko of At hole, thinking
tho antipathy feigned, approached him
with his hand closed, Matthews drew his
sword and was with dillieulty prevented
from killing himself or the Duke. Ma
rana, lite author of the "Turkish Spy"
tells us that he would have preferred en
couriering a lion rather than a spider.
Mather records the cape of a young
woman who could see a person trim his
nails with a pair of scissors, but if a
knife were employed, she fainted; le
attie that of a man who had a horror of
seeing any one handle a cork. La Mothe
de Vayer conlil not bear the sound of
any musical instrument, though he de
lighted in the roar of thunder. Augus
tus had a mortal fear of thunder and
lightning, and although ho always car
ried a sealskin as a talisman against
them, would hide if possible iti a
vault; his terror had been inspired
when, dm ing a night inarch, the light
ning struck his litter and killed a slave
by his side. Heiiy III. was similarly
affected A lunar eclipse was too much
for the nerves of Paeon. Jlayle,
the philosopher, never could overcome
his antipathy to tho sound of water
splashing from a pipe or cock. Peter
the (ireat, though later ho built a licet,
could not till he was fourteen bear sight
of still or running water, especially if
ho was alone, nor could ho cross tho
shortest bridge iti his carriage unless
the windows were shut close.
The Kuiperor Heraclitis at the age of
fifty-nine conceived such an aversion to
the sight of water that it was found nec
essary to build a bridge of boats across
the l!osplioru and screen it closely with
boughs m oreler that he might enter Con
stantinople. The cases are mentioned of
one Nicano, who fainted whenever lie
heard a (lute played, and a woman in
Xatnur who swooned on heating a bell
rung, and a lvs'.dent of Alcantara who
was thrown into convulsions by tho
sound of the word "wool," though ho
wore garments of that material. Pen
nant, tho traveller, had a great avets'on
to wigs, and on one iiiemoi able occasion,
after exhausting himself in maledictions
upon the -Mayor 01 uiiester s head cov
ering, snatched it oil" and lied through
the streets with it, pursued bv Iho indig
nant magistrate. Louis XIV. abhorred
the sight of a gray hat, and l.opo would
not stiller any one to use tobacco in his
presence. And every one knows the
iversion James L had to the sight ot a
naked sword, and how Sir Ivenebii Dig
tho King knighted him, His Majesty
tinned away his facu shuddering ami
nearly ran tho new candidate for
knighthood through. Lastly, according
to liranlome, while the Uiieunot .Naples
1.. ,, . ., . .. ,
nine 1 1., was uniiKo tne ma eirny 01 nor
ex in being without fear oi the smallest
mouse that creeps the lloor, as much
could not be said for Caraecioli, her
favorite Ho was so timid in all res
icc'ts that Her Majesty let a mouse loose
while ho was playing al chess, and in his
terror ho rushoel into tho Queen's anus
for protection, a nesv version of the fa
miliar story about "Pussy, ask your
A ("est; or Coxse'iHNci:.
-A citix.un of
Detroit entered a .Michigan avenue' gro
cery tin' oilier day and said no wanted a
private word witli the proprietor. When
thi'V had retired to the desk ho began:
1 want lo make confession and repa
ration. De) you remember ot my buying
sugar hero two or three iiavs agoi
"Well, in paying for it I worked off
a counterfeit quarter on tho cletk. It
was a mean trick, and 1 oaino to louder
vou good money.'
"Oh, don't mention it," replied the
"lint 1 want to make it right.
"its all right an right. Wo know
who passed the quarter on us, mid that
iiiiiiiiouu neu join wiiu sciiiiiuwii
dollar bill and wanted a can ot sardmos
l gave Her that bad quailor with her
uaiige. ioui iei yi mr conscience
ii-cumo you ai mi--us an rigni.- m
i ii. ii i . n
mm i rem.
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111 f vtt Kr If
DKMOCIIAT, VOL.XLVI, NO. 3,
I 1 VMI. . , iUA -III
Troiilik'.s of llalilrs.
l'lie hairbreadth escapes which babies
go through make Olhollo's slory to
iJesdemoiia insignilicatit in comparison.
You hear of them fulline- out of bod.
Killing down stairs, swallowing buttons
scalding thetnselvos.btirning themselves,
burying themselves under' tabic clotlm
covered with dishes and yet doing very
well That thoy arc liberally provisioti-
ed by natino is happily ceitain. If tooth-
ache keeps a big, able bodied man writh
ing and groaning what would ho say to
cutting a tooth? And yet a baby will
cut nlia1ftlox.cn teeth at a time, and
look at votl as much res In .w. 'Pnnb.
pooh.iny dear sir I a lucre tritlc 1" One
lit of snasms shall
crawl upon his stoiiiach.but a baby shall
have strong (Its of spasms hour after
Hour anil slill appear as it it thought lite
worth living. Wordsworth calls the
ehl el "father to thn num." Mm if liv
child' iho poet meant "baby" wo ben
respectfully to differ from him. Noth
ing so completely illustrates the certain
ty of the unexpected as a baby. Tho
feeble glows strong ; tho strong grows
leeble. 1 ho dull and sluggish infant
tin ns out a wise, bright man or woman ;
tho precocious child, whom its mother
and father boasted of as an embryonic
Shakespeare, with a largo admixture of
(Jcorgo Stephenson and Mox.art in its
composition, cuds as a medtocrisl, with
out promise and niipiofitnblc. The
prophet dealing with babies shall be
wise lo wait until after the event has
happened before he begins to vaticinate.
Yet one thing may safely be said of ba
ilies that though the homo that has
lacked them may have- missed a little
poition of hfes anxieties, it has also
missed very great deal of the light and
beauty and tenderness which consecrate
our homes to our hearts.
Action of Coffee anil Sugar on the .Stomach.
In a paper presented to the Sooietio de
Biologio (l!ev. Med.) M. Loven slated
that coffee so far. ns is often supposed,
from accelerating the digestive process
of the stomach, rather tends to impede
this. When thirty grammes of coffee di
luted in one hundred and fifty of water,
is given to a dog, which is killed live
hours and a half afterwaiel, the stomach
is found pale, its mucous surface being
amende, and the vessels of its external
membrane contracted. The whole organ
exnioiisa iiiarKeii appearance 01 aiuemia.
Coffee thus determining aiuemia of the
mucous membrane, thus preventing rath
er than favoring vascular congestion and
opposing rather than facilitating tho se
cretion 01 gastric juice, how comes it
that the sense of comfort is procured for
so many people who are accustomed to
take coffee after a meal? A repast, in
fact, produces, in those whoso digestion
is torpid, a heaviness of tho intellectual
t acuities and embarrassment ot the power
of thinking: and these elTcets, and tho
disturbance of the head, are promptly
dissipated by the stimulant ell'ect which
the coffee product's 011 the nervous cen
ters, as shown by experiment- with
casein. Uollee and tea, when taken lu
i'.'cess,aro a frequent cause of dyspepsia.
tor the anietnic condition ot the mucous
membrane being periodically renewed, a
permanent state of congestion is at last
produced, which constitutes dyspepsia.
Sugar, which with many doctors lias a
bad reputation, is an excellent aliment
which assists digestion, and should not
bo prescribed in dyspepsia. By experi
ment, digestion of meat is found to take
ace much more completely when sugar
is added. Coffee everts both a local and
'eneral action. operatinglocally bv means
of its tannin, bv diminishing the caliber
of the vessels, but acting on the general
economy by exciting tho nervous centers
anil the muscular svsteiu. It renders in
gestion slower, and is only of good effect
by relieving tho feeling of torpor after
meals. Its injtuious action on digestion
may bo col reeled by adding sugar as to
counterbalance its effects on the mucous
membrane. This adding Migar to collee
is not only a pleasant practice, but 0110
contributing to digestion. Srieuti fie
At the' I'ost-Ollli'e'.
A motherly looking woman yesterday
carefully handed the stamp clerk at the
Post-Oliieo a letter maiked "in haste,"
and inquired if there was anv extia
charge for writing that on.
"Oh, 110110 at all."
"How s 1011 will the letter go out'?"
"In about forty minutes."
"No sooner than that?"
"Well, we might hiro a special train
and got it off in about twenty minutes."
"Woulel it bo loo iiiuuli trouble !
"Oh, none at all."
Sho thought for a moment, turned the
letter over three or four times, and finally
I guess 1 won't ask you to hire a
special train, but if yon will be kiiul
enough to telegraph my sister that I
have written her a letter to tell her that
I can't come till Monday, and to be at
the elepot to meet tue, and that mother
elidiitgote) Joleelo alter all, I shall be
over so much obliged, (lood morning.
I i trail Free I 'rex.
A M oiler a Miracle.
Savannah isn't a very good place for
tramp. One ol the travelling fraternity
callcel the other day at an unpretending
looking house on .lones street, lie was
an exceedingly woe begone kind of
specimen, and inquired ot the vinogar-
laced matron who met him at the dour
whether ho couhl "get a bite ;" adding,
'1 am positively exhausted from hunger
haven t had a moitthlul tor so Ion
that 1 can hardly put one foot before tin
"Could you get a bite here f" respond
ed the lady ot tho house, 111 a chcerlul
sort of way, "Well, I think I might ae
commodate vou. litre, Lion !" A mas
sive bull dog appeared in thn fuilher end
of the hall, witli an eager look 011 his
expectant face. It took tho tiamp but
two bounds to clear the Iwelvo steps,
and ho took down tho street at a rate ol
speed that would havo discouraged
'Toll 1110 the age of miracles is past !
murmured tho matron, with a motherly
Mime, as sue slammed the door. anvun
Tho trial of .lulius lloebol proceeded
u wmi ureal smoothness and celerity
Kvansvillc, Intl., until tho clerk said
"Prisoner, htundui. and hear the verdict.
ri tic-ii it was loam that there was
- prisoner, te-r he had quietly dipped out
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Insertions, and nt that rule for rtddlttonftl Insertion!
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Executor's, Administrator's, find Attdltnrti no'.teva
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Transient or Loral r.othes, ten cents a lino, rr-gou.
Mvertlsemeuts h-nf ratrs.
nrds In tho "Ilusine,s Directory" column, on,
lollar per yoor for each Unc
Dysncptio symptomii, suoh as rotast
ing 'of the fooel, belching, boat in the
stomach, heartburn, etc., promptly cured
by llrown's Iron Hitlers.
Tlie iiHin who "stemmed the current"
is stoning raisins for Tliankogiving.
Take Ayor's Cherry Pectoral to stop
your colds, coughs ami bronchial nllec
lions before tlioy run into consumption
that you cannot stop.
Gentlemen who aro sojourning at the
State Prison will be glad to learn that
"stripes ate fashionable this season."
Tho farmer thai "run rapidly through
his properly" wore n red shirt and had
his briiullc bull behind him.
THE CIIHISTIAN ADVOCATE
says: "A general complaint that spares
neither class nor condition of person,
is seated in tho liver. It may be truly
said this is our national disease, and it
gives us great pleasure lo hear or read
the testimony olporsons of well known
veracity ami intelligence to provo the
value of Simmons Liver liogulalor as a
remedy. The printed and vcibal testi
mony of so many friends and acquaint
atices satisfies us that this is not one of
tho general hunibiiggery of medical specialties-."
Sausage grinders arc congratulating
themselves that their busy season is now
opening because there is an "r"in purp.
A Chicago lady invites "sealed propos
als" to remove Irom her residence six
teen pairs of old shoes.
it is no .lour.
To suffer constant headache, depression
of spirits, longing for food and not being
able to eat when put before you, gnaw
ing pains in the stomach, lassitude and
a general feeling of "gononess;" but a
capital joko to (hid that lltirdock ISlood
1 !iltors removes all these symptoms and
only costs SI: trial six.e 10 cents.
In one county in Iowa at tho recent
election not a Democratic voto was cast.
And yet wo go on year after year send
ing missionaries to foreign climes.
An Eastern bard has a poem entitled
"The Lost Kiss," and this prompts us to
remark that some way ought to lie found
to keep a girl's small" brother out of the
Daniel Plank, of Brooklyn, Tioga
county. Pa., describes it thus; "1 rode
thirty miles for a bottlo of Thomas' Ec
lcctric Oil, which effected tho wonderful
cure of a crooked limb in six applica
tion: it proved worth more than gold
He was silting in the parlor with her
when a rooster crowd in the yard, and,
loaning over, he said: "Chanticleer." "I
wish you would; I am as sleepy as I can
be." lie cleared.
Human nature reveals itself in the
smallest concerns of life. -V lad was
watching a man beating a carpet and
said, "That man's boy must have good
times. Why, that man couldn't lick
the stutling out of a ten cent doll."
sl'EEll'a I'ullT lillM'E WISH.
Physicians employ only Spoor's Port
Grape Wine in their practice in all cases
where a pure wine is called for, and do
all in their power to foster and encour
age its production, for the reason that
pure roi l ine is adilhcult tiling lo get,
and thev are loth to prescribe a doubtful
inferior article. Hundreds of New
York doctors have visited S peer's vine-
yarels, but twelve miles trom Mew i ork.
mil examined and tested tho wines, l or
sale by C. A. Kleiin, druggist, Blooms
One can't bo too careful of firearms.
Marathon boy carried a pistol in his
coat pocket, and one day while in swim
ming tho pistol unexpectedly wont on".
He has no suspicions as to who took it.
I am waiting, inv darling, for thee,"
lie warbled; and yet when the old man
threw up a chamber window and assured
him he would be down in a minute, ho
lost his grip on tho melody ami wont out
t the waiting business.
i'u.i'U'atidn ui'Tiii: nr.Mtr.
.1. M. Might, Syracuse, N. Y., writes:
When 1 first commenced using your
Burdock Blood Bitters I was troubled
itli fluttering and palpitation of the
heart. I felt weak and languid with a
numbness of the limbs; since using, my
heart has not troubled ino anil thoiiuinb
iug sensation is all gone," Price tfl,
trial six.o in cents.
A young fellow onco olrVred to U'p-s a
tuakere.. "Friend," quoth slu "thee
must not do it. -Oh, but by .love, I
must." said the youth. "Well, un
friend, us thee hast sworn thee may do it.
but tlite must not inakoa practico of it."
Tho new Cx.ar loads a very simple
life. lie rises early and takes a long
walk, then breakfasts witli his fauiilv.
il'tor which ho goes in tho cellar and
covers up in the coal bin lor tho balance
of the day, to keep out of the day to
keep out ot the way ol the iMhllists.
Philadelphia, March 1, 1S8L Mcsms.
Klv Bros., druggists, Owego, N. Y. -
Gents: About October 1, 1SS0, I gave
your balm a trial with tho most satisfae
torv results. 1 was troubled wilh chrou
Catarrh and gathering in my head,
was verv dual at nines aim nail nis-
harges troni my ears, besides being tin-
iblo to breathe through my nosci before
the second boitlo of your remedy was
exhausted I was cured and to day 1 ni
joy sound health, for which please ac
cept my sincere ihanUs. i . ,i, uorbm,
J. Uhestniit street,
Philadelphia Pub. House.
-Messrs. Y lute Ai ImiMick, Druggists,
Ithaca, N. Y. My daughter and myself,
groat sufferers from Catarrh, havo been
cured bv lily's Cream Balm. My seiro
of smell i restored and greatly Unproved,
AL Stanley, dealer in boots anil nho'
Ithaca, N. .
In one of l.andseer's curly visits to
Scotland ho stopped at a village and took
a great deal ot notice ot tho ilog, joilmg
down a sketch of them on a bit ot paper,
Two Inches. J.00
iNextelay, on resuming ins journoy ho
was horrified to liml dogs suspended
from the trees in all directions, and
drowning in tho river will' stones about
thoir necks. Ho slopped a we ping urch
in, who wus liuiry in j; off with bis pet
pup in his arnu, and Itanied lo his di
may that he wassuppe scdjlo be a'i iw i-c
t'llictr who was tukii'i' neitesul all 1 u a
he saw 'H older to i.ii-, ute owikis r
unpaid lai s