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Wi11.1! thMottheUrgecltiefc All work done on
short noUco, noatly ana aimoderatc prices.
K. WALLKhT""' "
omco ovenst National rank. Moom
omco In Knt's Building.
J OIIN M. CLAUiC,
JU3T10K OF TUB l'EAUE.
Office oTor Jtoycr llroa Drug storo.
p W MILLER,
J ' ATTOKNB V-AT-LA W ,
omco In Urowcr's btilldlng.setond floor.room No. 1
onico corner of Centro and Main streets. Clark i
Can bo consulted In German.
1:0. e. klwklij.
Olllco on First floor, front room of Cot..
TJMMA.N UulUHnc, Main street, below Ex
AUL E. WIUT,
onico In Columbian building, Room No. 8, second
B. INORR. Zm B.WINTSR8TBIN.
KNORU & WINTERSTEEN,
omco In 1st National Bank building, second floor,
urst door to the left, comer oi .Main and Marlet
streets Bloomsburg, l'a.
VaS'Fension) and Bounties Colltclld.
J H. MAIZE,
omco In aialo'a bulldJir, over Illllmoyer'a grocci y.
JOHN 0. YOOUM,
Offlco In News Its a building, Main street.
Member of tho American Attorneys' issocla-
Collections mado In any part of America,
Jackson Building, Rooms 4 and C.
Offlco, corner of Third and Slain streets.
Olllco In Brewers' Building, 2nd floor,
map 1-1 C
Attornoy-atLaw, Berwick. Pa.
Csu he Consulted in German.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
TOfllco llrst door below tho post ofllcc.
CU. BARKLEY, la orncy-at-Law
a onico In Brower's ba ng, 2nd story.Koouia
J 11. McKELVY, M. D.,Surgeon andl'hy
. stclan, north side Main Btroet, below Market
Ah FRITZ, Attomey-al-Law. Oflico
, In Columbian Building,
f M. DRINKER, GUN & LOCKSMITH
owing Machines and Machinery ot all kinds re
aired. Ursa llouss Building, liloomsburg, l'a.
. J. 0. BUTTER,
onico, North Market street,
M. REBER, Surgeon nnd
officii corner of Itock und Market
JR. EVANS, M. D., Surgeon and
. I'hystcian, (onico and liosldcnev oa Third
;0nitI8TIAN P, KNAPI. BLOOMSBUliO.l'A,
HOME. OF N. Y.
JlKItUHANTS', Of NEWAHK, N, J.
CLINTON, N. V.
l'liOl'LUV N. Y.
Theso old coKroiiATiONS nro well seasoned by
ago and fire tkktbd and liavo never et had a
loss settled by any court of law. 1 heir assets are
nil luvcbted ui solid sEcniuiES aro liable to the
hazard of fikb only.
Losses i-romitlv and honestly adjusted and
raid as soon as determined by cukistian t.
KNArr, sreciAL aobnx and adjcstbb Bloomsburo,
Thopeoploof Columbia county should patron,
lzo the agency where losses If anyarebettlednnd
paid by ono of ther own cltlzo ns.
1'ltOMl'l'NKbM. KHUH'Y, t'AUi PEALING,
J01J WORK NEATLY
for Infants and Children.
"Castorla Is so well adapted to children that
I recommend It as superior to any prescription
knowu to me." H.A. Aacuta, M.D.,
111 So. Oxford St., Orooklyn, N, Y.
An nbsoluto euro for Itlipuniatlsni, Sprains, Pain in
tho Duck. Hums, Galls. Jtc, An Instnutniicous Paln
rellovlnt; nud Uoalln? ltomcdy.
in , - 1 ' -" ' r" :
Lois of People Say,
Hero Is Solid
A 1 TESTIMONY
Hard Working Men.
Mnclilntit nnd IlnllJer.
"I hUTO been troubled lent with kidney and
bladder dimcnlty. After ntlng four bottlci of
Hcsi'b Kldnoynnd Llvcrl Ubmcdt I havo been
completely cured." William C. Oark, Mason and
"Health Is better than wcsllh." 5
lr. flMirpn ITnrr. Mlchlnlit. 113.4 Ttldca Ato..
rhllailclphfii, Pa., says ; "My dlseaie started when
I was qnltenycnng lad by hi
having weak kidneys.
I havo used Just tlx bottlcsot Hunt's Kidney and
i.ivcr HEMinT, and I solemnly proclaim, 'I :
iiko n new man.'"
'Good counsel has no price, obey It."
Mr. Henry Williams, Mechanic, East Bridge,
pott, Conn., cays: "About two months (go I
caught a heavy cold, which settled In my kidneys.
I got a bottlo of Hunt's Kidney and Liver
IIemedt and with tho Art t dosobegan to Eetwell."
"Light Suppers makes long lives."
Frank It. Lee. offlco N. Y. C. & It. K. It. Little
Falls, N.Y., Juno 8, 183,3, says! "My father, 03
years oiu, nau scrcro Kiuncy anu Diauucr uisene
lor SO years, urination causing acnto pain. The
weakness was so Brest he was obliged to weir a
rubber bag. Twelvo bottles of Hum's Kidney
IlEMEnT completely enrod him, and we consider ft
remarkable. o checrrauy recommend it."
"Deeds, aro better than words."
HtiKT'a IKidnev nnd Llvcrl Remedy lias stood
the test of 11 mo. IthSBbecn beforo tho public for
twenty years, and has cured every year thousands
of pcoplo suSerlng from rations diseases of tho
Kldnevs and Liver, and kindred disorder! . who had
failed to get relief from doctors and who expected
never to bo cured. Thonssnds of testimonials
from such persons attest Its tsIuo. Send for book.
"Alls wellthat ends well."
Sold by all druggists. Frlce $1.S. 0
HUNTS REMEDY CO., Providence, It. I,
N. CI1ITTENI0X, Ocneral Agent, !f. Y.
Health and Jappiness.
J5, m4? DO AS OTHERS
CT(bC1aJ HAVE DONE.
Aro your Kidneys disordered?
wow. r. i . "ie iroui my pmvo, Mil
Twlft orl fUTJ1 clTrn Br bT 13 l8t doctori in
Detroit." iu W. DoTtraux, Mechanic, Ionia, tticn.
V,neyr rt 4,im' '"o from rwn on wMiVrvwi
UooUwln, Ed. Christian Monitor. Caorcluid, t.
Iiko chalk una ttieu tike Llood."
x rang tison, l'caooa, uass.
Suffering from Diabetes ?
"KitltH'T-WortliTidtrinKt ni.ncf,ii mBli. I 1,..
usvu. unis Biiimsi iiiimtHiiaHt riit;r."
Dr. lump p. DaUou, MonkUtn, Vt.
you Liver Complaint?
wort curctl mo of chronic Liver CLicaaci
llcnry Word, lato Col. 9th Nat. Quart!, N. Y.
pis your Back lame and aching?
ti "fyVort, (l bottle) curtxl mo wlicn I uio
Cvii. laJlmage, Milwaukee, Wis.
Havo you Kidney Disease?
"JJ'Jnry-n ort mado mo noundln Hrcr and kidney
pittr years of unniorrwfuI ilni torin(?. Its worth
lltMAro you Constipated?
'Ki.tney-Wort cause muy eacuatlont an(tur?d
utu uAt-vi j turn usu oi outer mratcinCH."
IsonFftlrctiild, bt. Albans, Vt
Havo vou Malaria?
"Kidney-Wort biu done better than any other
remgdy X liao over used in my practice."
l'i'. 1L K. Uark,tkuthlIcro,Ve.
t , Aro you Bilious?
'Kidney wort liaa donome moro ewX Ihan any
other remedy I hayo ?er taken."
iira, J, T. Oallow ay, nk Flat, Orefion.
Aro you tormented "with Piles?
"KldneT-tVort ivnuanenttif enrol mo of blpodinir
piles. Ur. w, C JCl.no recommend t-il It to me."
Uco. II. Hunt, CiLshiir M. lunk, iviycratown. To,
Aro you Rhoumatism racked ?
"Kidnty-Woit cuit d mo, after 1 v.&s uiin up to
aio by pliyaiciarn nml t hud tunred thirty yearn,"
IJbrldso Malcolm, Wcbt Utth, liatne.
Ladies, nro you suffering?
"kidney-Wort cured ma of fieculiar trouDet of
eeieralyearstMndfnir. Many friend um and rralwi
It." Mrs. 1L Lamorcaui, I&lo La Uotto, t.
If you would Banish Disease
aua gam Koaltri. Take
The Ulood CLfAnscn.
l eb G-3 mo
1 r IS YoURp
I What la tho uao of Buffering wiUi Sackacho,
Fain 1 n the Sldo or Hip, Sciatica, Rheumatism,
Kidney Clsoaaee, Crick, Btltch.es, Sw ollcn and
trl cd ZJnsclcs, Chest and Lung troubles, or any
sortef painor soreness, either local crdocp
seated when a ITop Plaster will dvo Instant
rolisfp rreparodfromBurfftindy Pitch, Cana
da Balsam, and tho pain-kUUnff Virtues of
Hops. Tho best strengthening plaster ever
i known. Thousands cay so. Bcldbyaudeolers. I
Mailed on reeoiptof prloe, 3o., D for 51.00, 1
HOP riiASTEXl COMPANY, Benton, Mass.
A T, E S M R N
WAN'i'iii) to canvass for tho sale
of Nurservbtock I Hteady emnlovmcnt t
guaranteed, balary aud expenses raid. Apply
at once, Mating age.
(Uelcr to this raper.)
Rochester, N. V.
W. R. TUBBS, PROPRIETOR
orrosiTE court nousK.
Largo and convenient samnlo rooms.
iiui uuu t'uiu wuict, anu an
Castorla cures Oolle, ConMlpatlon,
Hour Hlomach, Uiarrlicua, KrucUtlon,
KilU Worms, t'UeJ sluep. and promote ul
Without lnjurloua medication.
THE SAILOR'S BRIDE.
A STltANOl: HUT TllUE STOUT.
Mnh'y' (lliadctf hbo fi vessel from
lloilon avilvcd in dock In London.
Among tlio liatula on botird wan ono
iinnictl Tudor, a Blcnuy, well-looking
young man wild acted, as a feailor. Very
early ono morning h young, beautiful
and decontly dressed t-oman came
tripping dowil to the vessel nnd in
quiied of Tudor for tho captain. Sho
was told tlial lie had not risen, but sho
insisted on seeing him without delay.
Tudor called him up, and sho addrcss
cd'him with i ,
"Gbikl-mdrhitigV c.ititftin I 1 havo
called to sve If you 'will 'marry me.''
'AIarfyyo.il V' 'bejiqying hcr to bo
a suspicious character ,!leavo my ves
set Instantly if yon know what is for
j our good 1" Bho next went to the
timtu and received a similar nnswer:
she Xhon vwebt to whero. Tudor wosjbe-
ing.eiiRagcd in liamlliug ship taoks,
aud put tho emtio question. "With all
my heart,"' answered Tudor, In a jocu-
lar manner. 'Then, said she,, "come
along with inc.' -IJudoi) loft li'is work
and followed her.'' llv Itlio (imo the
principal t.h6ps were ohened tho lady
entered a baiber shop followed by Tu
dor, blio ordered a knmlit of the ra-
zoi 16 clip his .beard and hair, both of
winoli no stood in need, bho paid the
bills and enlcnd a hat store. Sho re
quested tho best of beavers in the store,
and told TildOr to select 6ne, and ho
did so, tho piico being paid by tho
latiy. liiuor threw His old tarijaulin
aside.. They next visited a shoo' store,
and selected a pair of boots, tho Indy
also payiner for them. Tudor, bv tins'
time, was puzzled to deviso, ,tho,object
inu luuy uuu in view, ixu Houcueu an
explanation, but sho told him to bo si
lent. Sho led tho way into a clothing
store. Hero Tudor was told to select
tho best suit of clothes in the storo.
luo man ol the lar bedaubed pants
and checkered shirt was in a fow min
utes metamorphosed into as fine a con
tlcman as walks tho streets, tho bill, as
before, being paid by tho lady. Tu
dor's amazement was now complete.
Ho again and agaih earnestly insisted
ou an explanation! ihq only answer
he' received was : "Follow me and bo
not afraid; all will be oxplained to your
on:r0i " it.. i..r i-.-j
D.ibiaLrtbll.11. 11U ItlUllUlU .II'SUIYUU
to ask no moro questions. iNoxt she
conducted him into a' magistrates of-
nco and politely requested tho minister
of'tlio law to unite her nnd her com
panion m matrimony. This was rath
er a damper to Tudor, but ho yielded.
The ceremony over, tho couple were
pronounced man and wifo. Without
littering a word or exchanging a kiss;
Tudor and his wife left tho office, not,
howovcr, until sho paid tho magistrate
his fee; Tho couple walked in .silence.
Tudor hardly knowing what hd' was"
JI- . 11. , , . rn
uouig or wnai no naa uone. Turning
the corner, ho saw a splendid house,
toward which his wifo directed her
stcps ard into which they. entered, pas
sing into a room that was furnished in
a magnificent stylo. Sho told him to
sit down and make himself contented
whilo sho went into another room. Tho
first ono addressed was her uncle, .who
asked how sho escaped from' her room
and whero sho had been. Her only
anwer was : "Thou fiend in human
shape; I allow you just ono hour to re
move your circcts from this house.
You bavo long deprived mo of mv
property, and meant to through life;
out you aro frustrated. I am mistress
of my own house. ,1 am married, aud
my husband is hero I
We must lcavo tht" newlv married
couple for the pnrposo of giving tho'
nistory ot Mrs. Tudor. Hho was tho
only child of a wealthy gentleman, Mr.
a. , ins daughters tiamo being
Eliza. Ho hail been at great expense
in her education, sho beincr tho only
object of his, care, his wifo, dying when
sho waaqultq young. A short timo bo
foro Ins dealli lie made a will by which
his brother was to havo. possession of
all his property until his daughter, was
married, when it was to bo given up to
her husband, but it she died without
marrying, tho property was to go
to her ' undo and his family. After
tho death of Mr. A., his brother re
moved into his houso.and Eliza board
ed, iu his family. - She soon discovered
that her unclo did not intend sho should
ever marry, iio shut her up in one
of the centro rooms in tho third story
and refused to her associates by telling
them when tjicy called that s'ho was
gone on a journey. Tho unfojtunato
girl was then shut out from tho woild
for thrco years. Her scanty break-
fasti happened to bo carried
to her ono morning by her old
servant Juan. Seeing tho" faco of her
old friend nnd servant, Eliza burst into
tear.). Juan well understood tho mean
ing. "flush, JUiza'T bomb of your old
servants havo long been planning moans
tor your escape."
"Y!iat v exclaimed luiza, "is ltnos-
siblo that I am to bo delivered from
this vilo placo 1"
it is unnecessary to detail all the mi-
nutia of the escape. Suffice it to say
that on tho morning of tho fourth day
axier mo interview sno maao ner CS
capo. This was about dajjight. Sho
immediately bont her steps to tho wharf
where tho Jfoston vessel lay.
mo amazement ot Tudor nnd trans-
port, of his wifo at tho sudden change
of fortuuo may possibility bo couceived
but cannot bo expressed.
Ono pleasant morning some days af
ter tho marriage tho crow of the Bos-'
ton ves9d' attention was drawu to a
splendid carriage approaching the
wharf. The driver let down tho steps
and a gentleman and, lady elegantly
dressed alighted, ' Tho gentleman ask
ed tho captaju what port. )io wa? from,
and uiaay other questions all tho timo
nvoiding his scrutiny ; at last turning
to tho captain and calling him by
name, ho said t "Captain' before loav
ing your vessel, permit mo to make
you acquainted with Mrs. Tudor. Tho
captain nnd thoso about him had not
recognized him to bo their old friend
and shlpmato Tudor, whom thoy sup
posed somo fatal accident had befallen.
Vou may judgo of the congratulations
Tho captain regretted tho harsh
judgment ho had nt first passed upon
tho young lady, but unliko tho mate,
beiug a married map, hu was eiiarcd
tho added mortification1 of tho latter
that ho ind spurped. .oven to consider
eo fortunato an offer of marriage.
Tjiln, rcmarkablo marriage, tho bride
being snatched from prisoif walls, as it
wcr, and tho froom called from tho
hard nnd humblo lot of a common sail
or both brought suddenly and unex
pectedly to positions of freedom nnd
nfiluenco lias hardly a parallel iu all
history. Tho unidn thus formed prov
ed to bo a very happy ono. Tho largo
lortuno ,inai men toll under tho active
management of Frederick Tudor was
wisely .handled and largely increased.
In duo-time Mr. nnd Mrs. Tudor trans
ferred their' residence, to lioston.
With shrOwd foresight, Mr. Tudor
.entered largely into tlio ico business,
boiug tho ursl person . to makc.ship-
merits pt ico by sua. fits venture wns
mado in 180o, when ho sailed himself
with, a cargoof 1311 ton, in his own
brly to Martinique, West Indies.- In
1815Ir. Tudo,r .obtained tup. monopo
ly of tho Hnvatm ico business,-nnd im
portant privileges from tho Cuban gov
ernment. In 1817' ho Introduced tho
busines in Charleston, S. C, tho next
vear in Savannah, nnd in lR'Jf) intn
N&wOjleanV Jn May,43835(,ho sent
tho first cargo of ico to tho East indies,'
which was delivered nt Calcutta in tho
autumn of that year. Of tho 180 tons,
nearly one-half wai wasted in tho voy
ago,and in going up tho Ganges., Tho
Ice "was sold immediately, at no" more
than half tho cost nrenarcd bv thfc na
tives. In 1831 tho first cargo, ,6f ico
was shipped to Brazil by Mr. Tudor,
aud uutil 1830 ho hnd a monopoly of
tho Bhlprnent'Of ico, but it finally bo
came so largo .aid profitable that oth
ers ente'red into tho businos' from var
Mr. Tudor's foiesight secured to Bos
ton the chief position of tho Calcutta
trade, and gave her ships cargoes for
Southern jiorts, thus reducing tho costs
of freighting southern products to the
North. Tho exleiisivo nnd valuable
Tudor estates iu Boston and vicinity,
whero representatives of tho family
sun reside, are well Known, f no Tu
dors havo always boon noted for pub
lie spirit, intelligence and refinement,
and it. was a streak of good luck for
moro than two that brought about tho
cstablishment-of tho fnmily in -Amer
ica. Jloston Commonwealth
Will Senator Locau GoutrlbuteTo the Con
When Gen. John Alexander Logan
congratulated the Illinois .Legislature ou
its ohoico of a Senator, ho modestly ex
pressed himsclt'as lollows :
"I. hope J havo so acted and deport
ed myself in tho position beforo mo as to
bring no discredit upon myself. Se'nate
and country and my past history is tho
only guarantee 1 can give ot my future
, Since Geu, .Logan asks for a verdict
on his public career, wo) aro obliged, to
'say that there is at least ono important
matter that needs clearing up.
uen. JiOgan s term did not expire
until tho 4th. of last March. Ho left
Washincton on the 1-lth ot January,
and did not return. For a period of
exactiy two monins no nor, only, no,
glected but wholly abandoned his du
ties, as Senator, and gavo bis! entiro
time and undivided attention to clcc,
tioneering in Springfield and Chicatro,
his only object being the promotion of
ins own political fortunes.
What wo should Iiko to know, be
foro acceeding to Gen. Logan's express;
cd belief that ho has dono nothing'dis
creditable, is whether ho has refused
to draw his Balary as Senator for the
two months between Jan. -llh and
March 4th of tho present year; or if.
having drawn tho money inadvertently,'
ho intends ,to cover- it back into tho
Treasury, or contribute it to tho con
JMothiuir is clearer than tho fact that
Gen. Logan has no moral right to take
tho pcoplo's money in payment for
work which ho has not performed.
That is not all. Ho has no legal right
to his salary for tho months of January
nnd February. His case is covered by
section 40 of tho Itoviscd Statutes :
"The Secretary of tho Senato shall
deduct from tho monthly payments of
each member tho amount of his salary
tor each day no lias been absent from
tho Senate, unless such member assigns
as tho reason for such absence tho sick
ness of himself or some member of his
And section -II further provides :
"When any member withdraws from
his seat and does not return beforo the
adjournment of Congress ho shall, in
addition to tho sum deducted for each
dny, forfeit a sum equal to tho amount
which he would havo been allowed for
his traveling expenses in returning
uen. Logan s salary, allowances, nnd
roileago tor tho period during which he
has deprived tho Government of tlip
United States of his valuable services
amount to about S 1.000. Wo do o
belit-vo that Logan would steal ,$100Q
directly out of tho Treasury., What we
want to know is whether ho has drawn
and intoiids to , keep thjs, $1,000, tC;
whicl) ho" ha$ ntf moral or equitable
claim, nnd which Is expressly withheld
from nun by the laws that Im has
sworn to obov. '
Then wo shall bo better ablo to say
whether tho Senator has so acted and do-
ported himself as to bring no discredit
t.; ti , . - - - '! .
ujjuii uiuiBiiuuun vu g'u " gouu guar
antee of tho perfect integrity of his fi(
turo courso, Ifcio York Sun,
"JiiBt my lpck,'1 ho groaned ns
! '"Losl anything V - , ' i
"Everything 1' I wanted Brown, on
tho. third lloor, to sign a nolo with md.
When I got to tho second lauding I
met a dog coming dowiu"
"And you raised your hat 1" j
"Alas 1 No I I raised my foot,1'
"And it was Browu's dog 1"
"It wns, and ho was looking over
the railing.'? '
"Why didn't you plead ignorance '
"I did, and. go did Brown. Hanged
if h& didn'fkick nio 'three times and
then pretended to find out who 1 was.
Uodortbo circumstances I oould uqt nsk
hinijo sign you a$Q."--J?ttrqU" fex
A man iu Lyon county, Kansas
fourtet n years ago married a widow
with a little daughter by a former hus
band. After twelvo years ho obtained
a divorco from his wifo and soon after
married her daughter, v ThkmoBt nov"
ol foaturo of tho matter is the fact that
tlio divorced wifo, now his mother-in-aw,
lives with her daughter and hus
band, and all nro happy.
nv aw w
in m in in . jnmr m " .
ill n mm, ill ill in; ill aim. ill . .;.
I ' ' It ' 'I l l I I '
MiMBMiMjMMa1,MM3aaiM,ijwai1MBB inj.ui twj )ii.., ,n , '
ERIDAY, MAY 29,
Murdered for a ,Dog-
'Officer McC6rmlck, wis standing n
front of No. 528 Tenth nvciltio a few
tnjhnlcs. beforo, tbrcb'o'clock Ono nioriit
lug last, week when lid heard tho foot
steps ofh nian '6n tho sidowalk. 'As
tho man nearcd a street lamp tho ofli
cor saw that he carried a hpavy bag
upon his back.
"What havo you in tho bag !"' he
The man turned without a Btart and
replied calmly s "I havo my wifo in the
As ho said po ho swung tho bag from
his shoulders to tho sidewalk witli a
jerk, as ono would throw a bag of corn
on a wagon. To tho horror of tho, po
liceman the bend and feet of a dead
woman, appeared through the, opening
.as it fell, i A pull at tho canvas, sack
brought tho; wliplo body into view. It
Jmd been doubled up and stuffed into
tho sack by main .force, Onco thcrb it
could not fall out aud by grabbing the
feet oftho dead woman and tho edge
of tho sack, the man, was enabled to
carry ,it on his back, one foot on, each
shoulder. So ho hnd Carried it as after
ward appoarod, from No., 307 Tenth
ayenuo to where Officer McCcrmick
Stopped him, pup short block from the
"Whero are you taking her and how
capio she to diu f asked tho officer.
vTo the river ; I found her dead and
thought I might, bury her that way. I
can't pay for a funeral.''
Tlio nian spoko with a,French accent,
but without excitement. Ho was evi
dently .ueithor, drunk, nor crazy. The
policeman rapped for assistance. Offi
cer Deerlng replied, and' when a hand
cart had been procured tho body was
loaded on it and taken toward tlio po
lice station in West Thirty-seventh
street. Tho prisoner went along quiet
ly, offering neither remonstrance nor
, Tho man proved to bo Louis Fran
cois, a Frenchman. Tho woman was
Selina Fehot, ' thirty-eight years old,
with a son eighteen years of age, who
lives in Boston. Francois, who is one
year older than his paramour or wife,
has worked for somo timo in the
French polishing marblo yard in "West
Thirty-second street, between Sixth
and Seventh avenues. Three months
ago tho ccuplo moved into tho apart
.inents. whero tho criruo was committed.
At No. 307 there aro throe-story build
ings on tho front and rear lots. Fran
cois lived on tho ground floor in the
rear structure His threo rooms were
comfortably furnished and neatly kept.
Both wero persons in appcaranco aboye
tho average in theneighborhood, but
both drank , freoly of beer,, the mad
often tojexcess. They quarreled fre
quently.' Two weeks agoTwbilo in
ono of his' convivial moods.ho-bcat nnd
kicked her while sho. was on tho floor.
Upon'picking her up howas heard by
tenants in tho house to say, "I guess
I've finished her this time.''
Tho woman Bad rdpcatcdly told the
neighbors that sho" know Francois
would murder her, at some time. The
cause of the qui'rrel that is ended in,
death was a 'little hairless Japanese
Jog which tho inarblo-polisher had
found on atrip to High Bridgo and, had
brought home. Ho gave it iutd tho
chargo of , his wife, telling her that it
was valuable and that ho might expect
a big.Voward for it. Soon 'after, ho went
out tho dog was missing and Mrs.
Francois sought it. At'dark bIio gavo
up the'soarch as hopele3s7f Mrs. mith,
a tenant in tlio front .house, was 'look
ing out of her window on thoJsocond
floor and seeing her jri tho yard asked
what sh'a.waa lopkinglfor, Mrs., "Fran
cois told her nud added :
"Tho' dog has run away and I ain
Btiro my husband will kill no for
Mrs. Smith told her not to bo afraid,
but to coino up to her rooms as soon as
sho conhl'and stay there, That tho un
happy woman promised, but sho failed
to keep her promleei.
That was at 8a'clock.- At'10 o'clock
tho marblo polisher camo home. Ho
had been in but a Iittlolwhile when tho
noiso of angry talk was.hoard by tho
neighbors. 'Mr. MoBrldei who lives
in tho rear houser over tho Frenchman,
heard this, but.paid no attentiou to it,
tho thing being of common occurrence.
Halt an hour later Francois was heard
to go in1 and out several times through
tho hall, frejtiugand fuming n.t a great
rate. By tho timo tho tenants were
again going to sleep ho went out. It
was midnight when Mclinde heard him
return and thought ho heard n.uoiso as
of a heavy fall iu his room. Then all
was quiet. Two hours later 1'oliceman
McCormiuk mot him carrying tho body
inrougn mo street.
Tho room of Francois and his wifo
showed no eyedonco of a struggle. In
tho bed room the clothing of tho dead
woman was laid carefully aside, as if
sho had gone to bed little thiuking of
nor speedy, death, Thero was blood
upon tho sheets and pillow and marks
on tho womau'tj faco showed that
blood had flowed from her mouth. A
silk handkerchief tied tight nround
tho neck with a double knot in it show
ed that tho woman had been stran
gled. Francois claims to hayo married
tho woman iu March of last year. To
a reporter ho said : I went to High
Bridge to get somo salary ; when I
came back I was followed by a dog ; I
thought it was a valuable dog and left
him in tho house ; I went out to sco if
I could find nn owner for him and got
a reward ; whon I camo back tho dog
was gone. I reproached my wifo for
losing him nud sho sworo at mo. At
half-past seven o'clock sho scut mo out
for beer. Whon I camo' back I found
a man named William Welsh in the
room with her.- Welsh works in the
same shop' with mo. Sho sat on my
lap and kissed me. Then sho throw a
glass at mo nnd then a can. Shi thon
went out, Thon Welsh and J walked
out a half a block and I left him to
oomo home. When I camo back sho
waslying on tlio floor dead, I waited
nn hour thinking sho would revive. She
did not. , I don't know what was tho
cati'fo of her death. Sho told mo bo
fore sho died that sho did not caro for
me, but sho liked tho man who put up
tho wino for her. llo is Loopold Sao
oiiville, and ho lives with. Mrs. Lypch
on uroatiway, Alter 1 lound my wifo
was dead I took sixteen cents, went
out '.id got a drink. In half an hour
I camo back mid put licr iii 'tin? bag to
tlllYlM' l.,l- lln !,
...wm i.w. iM.ir wu tllUl,
Plain slippers aro again worn trim
med wan oiacu nbuoa bows.
Another fiam,Patoli, .
JCMl's rucfy tiIb iino'pKiA'N imijih'p. ai?i)
LOSES HIS l.II n.
Aboh't, ! o'cl6ck Tuesday nft'cinofin
n.cnb left tho Ndw York cn'trnnco of
thd Brofiklv bridco atid wad driven lo
tho mfddloof tho great span. Hero tho
driver pulled up his horses aud two
men got out and began to climb the
railing. Beforo they reached tho (op
a bridge policeman-came' running tow
ard them, brandishing his club nnd
ordering them to "Get dowrf', out of
that.'" Wnilo 'ho wns 'talking with tho
young man a covered wagon conlainiug
I'rofcssqr Robert E. Odium nlid a
companion stopped about a hundred
icct uciunu mo cab. quickly divest
ing himself of tho blue, flannel suit in
which ho was dressed, Professor
Odium, clad in a red shirt and trunks.
jumped from tho carriago and sprang
ngniiy to mo railing, no quickly
reached tho top and- poising himself
for a moment ho stood erect and
glanced hurriedly at .thosurlaco,,ofi;tho
East, river, far below him. Tho people
who were, on the bridge in thatjyicinity
sent, up a cry of horror when thoy saw
hjm prepare tq plungo off the brjdgo
into the water. 105 fcot, bericath his
feet. Tho policeman whbso, attention,
had been directed from tho ,danng
Bwlmmor turned his jioad just iin timo
to tako iu tho true situation. Ho .left
tho two young men who had endeavor,,
cd to throw him off tho scent and
rushed baclc toward tho professor.
Beforo ho had (jono a, dozen feet
Ifrofcssor Odium, without a .moment's
hesitation, leaped frqni tho railingiuto
tlio air. lib hold ono, hand above hjs
head as a ruddor to guide him in his
descent. Tho river below was at thai
moment clear of shipping. .A tug' and
a schooner floated in tho stream so V
oral hundred yards below tho bridge.
TliOytug was, filled with reporters and
mon, Captain Paul Bovton stopd
anxiously watching tho bridgo.
Tho niomoht Professor Odium's body
was seem to leaye tho railing, Henry
E. Dixoy, tho actor,, started a stop
watch which ho lipid in his hand jn
prdor to timo thoi desceut. For ,nOar.
ly a hundrud'jf;ct (ho -Professor came
dqw,d all right, feet foremo? t. Ilq shot
downward withithopeed' of a meteor)
his red suit making him easily discern
ible ,f or a Jong distance. When with
in, thirty feet of tho water his body be;
gan to turn. As if realizing his dang
ery Professor ..Odium brought .dpwrj
hjs hand with a. waveliko motion to
aid. ,hira, in recovering his balance.
rriiq pioycment was, however, made
too lato. l Ilia bodv. .had now turned
so far that it was impossililo to change
us course liair a seconu later, wi$n
a migljty- splash that throw up the
water.on all sides, ,as if torn with a
b1io.11, Professor Odium's body struck
tho waUr on qno, side and sank out of
sight. Thputug lfurricdly pushed ft
self, forward tq tho place w'hero tho
body foil, ,aud,'Captain Boyton, after
sqeing that life-proservcrs bad been
thrown out into tho water, sprapg
over tho sidoof tho boat and waited
for tho body to corao to tho surface.
Somo ono .saw tho, white faco of tho I
protestor risipg from tho Mfa'er, find;a
moment later and ho was bv his Bide:
Soizing a lifo-preserver .which floatet
near, he with difficulty placed it beneath
the body of tho now iuscnsible Pro
fessor, wood mingled with froth
camo "from tho mouth 6f the darinri
A row boat camo to tho 'rescue, of
tho captain and his chargo was soon
pushed within his reach. With con
siderabo, difficulty tho body of tho
professor was dragged nto the boat.
A few moinents .later it was transferred
to-tho tug and restoratives wero adraip.
isterod. After considerable rubbing
tho oyes, of the, sufferer opened and
hp recognized tho face of Captain Boy
"What kind of a jump.did I mako 1"
"First clat.s my boy," responded the
captain. "Ion 11 bo all right in a
.Uutho.wns insensible again bofoi'o
tho words had hardly left his, lip.
Tho, prow of.tho.tug was iurncd1toward
Old Slip aud all steam was, crowded
on. Just as tho pier wns reached ,a
shudder passed through tho frame of
tho professor aud then, after breathing
heavilly onoo or twice, his heart stop,
ped beatiug'nnd death camo to liis ro(
lief. Sorrowfully tho body was taken
ashore and conveyed by carriago to
the undertaker in l'earl btrect.
opi.um's risnvious fkats.
Tt. U-na tlin .imliitlnn nf OilIiim' lifn
to mnko this jump from the Brooklyn
bridge. lie mado tho nttonipt onco
beforo tho bridgo was completed, but
was prevented from carrying out his
scheme by tho police. Ho was born
in "Washington and his mothor and
sister nnw vnaiiln thorn. ITU dlalnr 'la
Mrs. Charlotte 'Smith, well known in
JNow lork aud Ulucago lrom lier con
nection with tho work of opening new
flnlfla fnt ivAman'a Inili.a... rk.ll...
was thirty-seven years old and had
gnineu cousiaoraoie notoriety as a
long distance swimmer several years
nro. In 187fi lin trim frnm l'nlnl
Lookout to FortrcsB Monroe. In 1878
ho started a natatorium in Now York,
whiob was successful for several years,
until hd borran to nnMprt it. lln lm.
f ' , n , o ....v
several times jumped from great heights
into tno water, in imso, during the
Ilanlan Courtney race, ho jumped from
tho nqueduct bridgo to tho Potomac,
and later from the ton of tho smoko-
stack of the steamer Lady of tho'Lake,
a distance of moro ilinn 100 fnrr Df
recent years ho has bopn employed ns
swimming instructor nt tho ifygeia
uoiei ati'orircBS jvionroo, rind last fall
saved from drowning at that placo a
son of tlin lato Riilnivlpr ("Vilfnv TTi
last employment was at Willards llotell
iu n asuington, which ho iett to come
to N,ow York to mako this jump.
Oilliim'x mntlinr nml nistnr nil
could to prevent his making tho jump
jrpm tno unuge, aim sent telegrams to
tho Chiefs of Pollco of Brpoklyn and
Now York nsklnir ttinm in intorfprn
At their solicitation, Major Dyo,
viuei oi rouco oi Washington tele
graphed tho Chiefs at Now York and
Brooklyn to tho samo effect.
Thero is a religious sdet In Ohip
wiuuu uuiievcH vnni wnen iiumnn bo
jilgs dlo thoy turn into cats. Doesn't
it mako a man shiver, though, to think
that perhaps ho"llas boon slinging boot
jacks all winter at hla wife's grandmother.
. .,1 ' I. ..,u 'I,
THK' COLUMBIAN, VOr;. X1X.NO 20
COLUMBIA PUMPOKAT, VOi'.XLJxl NOj.'JS
fifteen Lives lost in a Bnrja'lng.Ildn jd
. At li I. M., f hurs'ay of last, week,
bystanders on tho soulh'sjda. of Sixth
street, bctwccn( Wnlnut and Main
streets, Cincinnati heart!' a rnulllcd ex
plosion in the second story b( No 10,
a fivo-story brick building, occupied
from tho second story up ,by Sullivan
ifcjCo'a. steam printing, works. This
was followed by puffsof flame and
smoko from tho open windows in every
story from tho second to tho roof. Tho
firo seemed hottest In tho second story, ,
and tho groat throngs that immediate
ly filled tho strpejix front of tho build
ing saw that all rcticat from tho thrco
upper stories was cut off. There was'
no) (Ira escape td tho building, arid tho
littlo narrow stairway williin colled
hround tho clovator, wliicbjservod M ft
fluo to conduct tho flames upward A
lino of telegraph wires .in front of tho
building proved n barrier to tho putting
up of Hid firo ladders. ,
Just as tho ladder wagon rata .out bf .
tllo'cngInd, lionso; only two Squares
distant, a woman leaped from tho fifth
story window nndtSjas.dashed to death
on' tho sidowalk. Anothar followod her ,
nnd met tho shrno fate. TWO.Strongd
mon irica to caicn inem.uut were dash
ed to tho pavement and wercf.severely
injured. All four of tho fifth story
windows wero full of men and girls.
In ono stood John-Sullivan, a cousin
of one" of- tho' propriotors of 'tho print
ing works,.. Tho employees of Kin
fcey, ln'tliQ'aaj6ning'buiIdingi climbed
on the roof and let down an old black
rope. All other' moans of escape' had
bctn cnt "off by tho flames. John S.ulr
livan'had1 his" hand on 'tho'ropo; ready
to lea)) out and Jct'himsclf.dij.wn." Bet
iund him 8tood,twogtrls,jwlios6'jleriiorr
stricken faces" ajrp'dalcd1 for ,h'clp. Hd
furncd from his 'contemplated 'move
moiit' arid placed tho rope .into - the
hands, of ono oftho girls, and bade her
let' herself dqwn while 'ho stood 'eh
encouragingly 'above: Aftiid tho1 breath
less silenco df tho crowd sho, slowly
mado her way to tho pavement, and
then, with tho firo almost licking his
hair and a tcrriblo death staring hint
in tho face, Sullivan placed tlio1 ropo.ln
thp hands of tho second girl;who'bravot
ly s,lid, down to' .safety. Whon she
reached the"pavc"mcnt a wild -shout of
enthusiasm went up from the' crowd
that as yet did not realize how many
Hv'cs wero going' out a.b'dvo'whcro tho
smoko poured from the window's on the
fonrth floor. Sullivan then 'tobk hold
of tho rope, vv'hllcr tho flames1 wero
'sweeping about him, and tho' hearts of
all stood still as hand bver Band ho de
scended. But ho was 'tod lafe 'The
firo had burned the 'rope qri tfieNvindow,
silFand it, gave wayHeri Ho.'was' opj
'pdsitq'tho fonrth-s'tbry w'indcV, And
the brave boy passed' swiftly 'through,
the air to his doom. 'Tears sprang to.
tho eyes of many, an'd a groan frqrq
the throng of spectators, drowned thq
dull thnd of 'his' bo.dy as it simple tljd
After tho hero1 'Sulli'vati 'was killed
thero were others in tho 'windows' beg.
ging'.to bq rescue.d. Oiic? was a man
hanging 'from a windowslll by1 trio tips
Of his fingers. Mon on the pavement
urged him' to hold bu until' thtf firemen
held'' tip a tarpaulin, under 'tho 'window,
and, shouted to birri to let go'. . Hd;
swung out from tho 'wall, carao'down,
crushed the tnrpanlin to tho siddwalk
and was killed. Tho' firemen held tho
tarpaulin higher and told a woman to
jump. Sho was 'badly hurt, but is
aiivel Tho firemen had' littlo to do in
subjugating tho 'flames, which was ac
complished in a fewminules:- Their
chief wdi'k vas rescuing tho dead.
Tho sceno of tho firo 'was'lrcartrctid
ing. Mothers awl ."fathers, and sisters
and brothers and. friends'1 crowded for
ward against, tho cordon of police,
wringing their hands and "riibauing plt-:
eously. " The bolico "wdr'd pbwcrless to
stay' tho crush, and oven ii ropo cordon
was broko through. W henever a dead
body w'as taken out ' thero "was a har
row:"" scenc. As'tlid'-minutes passed
tho'?rong was 'augmented by hun
dreds, dtitil lives became endangered
by tho passing patrol wagons. Thp
bodies wero taken but':"rapidly through
the front door on tho ground floor east,
and were carried into tho' establish
ment of J. It. Kinscy, No. 21,'whero
Dennis Sullivan afterward mado an of.
fort, with the assistance of male em
ployees of tho printing oflico, to iden
tify them beforo,1 a patrol wagon should
'This ono T don't know,5 said Den?
nis when tho covering had been remov-t
ed froin a faco that boro 'tracPa of
agony. ''Thero were two girls who'
had been with us two or'thteo days
only, and I don't know their names.''-
"This is Mary Ilagan or Nannie
Shepherd," ho continued,- But beforq
all of tho faces could be examined irj
the dim light of the storo tho polico"
removed the bodies to tho wagon that;
Tho sceno at the undertaker's was
such as, would melt a, heart of adamnnt.
Oiitsldo was a great crowd of-men and
women. They were very quiet, except
tho broken-hearted relatives, who wero
sobbing inconsqlably. As soon as' thq
bodies could boarrangedi relatives "wero
admitted. It was hard to" identify tho
dead. Iu ono casd a policeman of Oovl
iugton, ICyJ, identified his sisters, Liz
zie and Dollio Handel, who Svero twins)
Mrs. Meiers fbund ' tlio ilfo'dy of her;
daughter, and had o' be led away from
iuu icrnuiu sigui. ,urs. ijeaunu una
tho awful experience of finding her
thrco daughters among tho dead! Thoy
threo girls who jumped from tno wnir
dow's of tho blazing, building liad no
nppearanco of being sdorched, but they
were bady bruised. The total nunir
ber'of tho dead s fifteen.
The largest and
stohe lu tho Washin
tho one nresented bv tho CoinomilriM
of Philadelphia? Tlfp' stoijp ' sont by
owitzcriana bears tins, inscription i
"This block Is from tho original chapel
built to William Tell, in 1338,on Lakp
Lucerne, Switzerland, at tho spot wherq
hd escaped from Geseler." Sinco it
was sent here, the Historical Society of
Switzerland has demonstrated that iir)
such persons ns veil and uessier eydr;
II M .. i, .. ,
Evcrv plant beoins life Iiko an nni:
mal a obrisuiner, not a producer, No.
until tho young shoot rises above (hp
soil and unfolds itself to the light of the
stiii, at tho touch of whoso rays' chlq
ropliyl is created, does real constructive
vegetation begin. T'hbn tho plant's
mono oi nio is roveiveai carbon is ro
,talaed and oxygeii sstirce.
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r An Ifafan'f!f nreWs
, An, attempted ohlldjmurdcr .pcourrod
jn Port Jefferson, L L.treccntlyy Tho
would-be murderess )s a littlo toddler
of 4 years, while-her victim breathed
its first n little over1 six months ago.
Tho cbndltloh 6f the baby sisteH was
such that lis recovery could not bo as
sured, nnd should-it liyo it will bo dis
figured for life. On the west'sido of
Port Jdfferson harbor stands It small
frame 'dwelling' hUUsd occupied by
Mnison Lowis (c6lorod) his wifo find
three children, tho eldest n boy of 0
'years. LdWisls'a labbrci'.-nnd' leaves
Iforfio c?c;yinorring 'to WOrW on ono of
thd farms lh thd'uclghbbrliood; His
wifo' washes for tlld farmers. Early in
'tlio morning sho'Joft her infant sleep
ing In' a cradlo in' Uid b'dd rodm. Out
Bidohcr fourycar-od daughter Lizzie
and her son Jlarry -ero rilying. Af
ter bidding tlieiu Jo, tako good caro of
the baby, sup h'urried on to her work.
Lizzio suddenly jump'T (blier'Fcet and
J'ispeil : . 'fljels till baby, will wo V
Thq littlo boy followed, hoc into tho
houso and into tho room whero tho
babv was quietly .sleeping. Placing a
chair in front of a shelf on which lay
the knife that her father ,usc3 in dress
ing fish, Lizzie pbtaiiicd it; and tod
dlpd oyer-to, the, sidb of, tlio cradle, say
ing to llarry.;: 'thatch ma" Lizzio
was laughing, wnilo tho ,boy,half fright
,cne"d .for foar. shq wasan carnoBt, said
-"Dpn.'t hurtiher, Ll.zlc, orshp'll ,try.''
Iteaqhing thp cradlo thoy both stood by
it watchingi the, Bleeping babe, vhcn
suddenly jLizzip's. arm was .unliftcd .ind
.foil, llici-kuifo 'penctratinR tliq infants
oyo. Tho blood spouted and tliq'liabo
screamed, whilo'tho boy, now thor
oughly' alarmed,, rushed, from the. houso
screaming ttnd crying.. Jdzzio did not
mind lho blood,but as thp baby scream
ed and cried :it seemed to add to her
dolight, nnd Aho kept on slashing and
cutting .until satisfied, when eho throw
thaknifo into the cradlb and started
Mrs. Lowis who had been informed
ot tho;bccurrenco by her son, hurried
homo. Lizzio niet.her at tho gato, and
clasping her littlo hands .together,' on
whichi wore; spots .of blood,- exclaimed :
'0 mamma, dust sco baby, all .tut up,''
and sho laughod. and toddled into itlio
.roora- ihehind her'mothdr, who, when
she gazed, into tho cradlo. and moved
back tho blood-ptained blankdt,rcalizcd
tho truthfulness of Lizzie's words.
Without Waiting to question her
daughter) silo clasped -tho littlo "bleed
ing baby to her breast and hurried
across' tho street, to; a neighbor's house,
and, leaving tho littlo sufferento bo
cared for,, hurried to the village for
medical aid, .Tho faco wa4 n mass of
cuts nnd stabs,' from which 'the blood
was flowing: Lizzie has alwacs evinced
aihatrod for tho'liaby, , nrid 'frequently
told hcrmother that it 'should bo cut
Variety of Grain-Food'
Tlio most, successful . farmers, , says
tho lHoughman, feed their stock ou a
variety ot food. ,Exporlenco has prov
ed that a herd of ,Cattlo-fed on, but ono
kind,of.Ioddcr, though it may .be tho
best that crows, will not ikeep ,as
healthy or do as well as if fed on sever
al kinds. "While tho principle food
may bo"composed of that fodder ! which
can bci grown on the farm to) the best
advantage,, a change to some "other fod-
der'not as.'easily, grown" is very often
Among tho fodder crops" that can
beieasily grown ,bu most farms may
bo .named oats. Whilo Uiis .fodder
may not bo .quite as good for milch
cows as barley-fodder, it makes a
bhango that1 is agreeablo as well as
bcncSoial.to tho cows, providing tho
crop -is properly grown and cured.
Tho groat mutako that many mako in
raising oat fodder is .in not sowing Beed
enough; four bushols to thp acre is not
too.'muoh. The straw is. then fino and
can bo easily cured so that tlio hay will
be perfectly sweet, and will bo eager
ly sought tor by both horses and cattle;
but if only two bushels bo sown to tho
acro tho straw will bo so coarso that it
is 'difficult' if not impossible to properly
dry it so it will not bo smoky whon
ten out; when in this condition it is
not desirablo food for any animal.
AMiuuurs wuo uavu ineu 10 grow oai
fodder lu this way havo becomo dis
couraged, and abandoned it as a fodder
crop; but thoso farmers who have sown
seed enough to mako tho straw fino,
cut in at tho proper time, and cured it
well, havo found it a valuable fodder
crop. jn good land a very largo crop
can bo grown, much moro than barloy
or rye, anu quite as mnch as liungar-
lan. Tho only drawback to tho oat
crop la itfe liability to rust; occasionally
wo'hayo it season Iiko last year, -when
tlip rust will strike it beforo it is fully
grown; but it is not much more liablo
to rust than timothy grass, unless it is
permitted to stand nntil tho grain is
fully matured. When it is foitud that
it is begining'to rust it U best to cut it
although it is but just commencing to
blossom; but when thero is no nppear
anco of rust it should bo permitted to
stand until the kernel is nearly grown.
To thoso who understand just how
to grow it, and how to euro It, tlio oat
drop is one that will give as gqod ro
tnrns as almost any ciop grown pu tho
farm! but it is not best for tho larmer
to douecd wholly on this for a fodder
crop,but to let it como in to mako up
a variety, uorn, rye, barloy aud
Hnngaflan aro all good and should bo
Alidther nromincnt criminal, u-lin
figured in tho assassination of Lord
Frederick" Cavendish and Mr. Hurl-n in
tho Phoenix Park, has just died. Jo-
sepn atnyiu, wno traced lho murdered
Secretaries to thp Parkj nnd upon iden
tifying them waved his handkerchief
as a signal to James Caroy and his
band of assassins, received a freo par
don on becoming informer. Ho and
his wifo went first to Australia, but as
tho pcoplo of Sydney would hnvo noth
ing to do with him thpy quitted tho
country, and, it was supposed, pro
ceeded' t'o India. Tt. niiiipnm tlinf in.
stead ihoy wero brought back to Lon-
J mi . f.
uuu. ahcto nrayiu necamo a nopeieea
drunkard, nnd died a fow weeks ngo.
An oxchaugo says' "mountains havo
no eyes, but w o'vo qcen a mountain
o'er."' If without dy os how can moun
tains peak T
"Man Is born to rule tho M-orld,"
says n philosopher. Ycb, but somo
times lio becomes n school teacher nnd
then ho whirls tho rule.