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Tr U. PUNK,
omco In snl's Building.
J 01IN JI. CLMIIC,
JUSTIOK OF THE PEACE.
OlUce over Moyer Bros. Drug Btoro,
p V. Ml LI, Kit,
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csiniAN Hiiildlns, Muln street, below Ex
pAUL E. WIRT,
Offlco In Colombian Bcilmno, Uoom No. S, second
Lots of People Say,
Hero Is Solid
A 1 TESTIMONY
Hard Working Hon.
Machinist and Halliler.
"I havo fceen troubled years with kidney and
Madder dlClcultr, After using tour bottles of
IIckt's Kidney and Liver IUhedt I havo been
completely cured." William C. Cluik, Mion and
llnlldcr, Auburn, N, Y.
"Health Is better than wealth." G
Mr. Ocorea Karg, MschlnUt, 1133 llldfo Ave,
riillndcliihiii, l'a., says; "JIyillcnotartcilwhen
I wasaultoayoan; lad by having weak kldncvr.
I havo nscd Jut six bottleiof IIcst'b Kidney and
Liver ItiMtnv, and 1 solemnly proclaim, 'I feel
like a new man.'"
"Good counsel lias no ptlcc, obey It."
Jlr. Henry Williams, Mechanic, East Bridge
port, Conn., eays: "About two months ago I
canghta heavy cold, which settled In my Uldnejs.
I got a bottlo of Hunt's Kidney and Liver
Hemkdt and with tho first dose began to getwcll."
"Light sappers makes long lives."
Frank H. Lee, omco N. Y. C. & IT. It. II. Little
rails, N. YM Juno 8, 188.1, says: "My falhcr, 02
ycirs old, had eevcro kidney and bladder dlacnee
for SO years, urination causing; acuto pain. The
!U 10 '
llBMEDY comnlotclv enred htm. and wo consider ft
remarkable. Wo cheerfully recommend It."
"Deeds aro better than words."
HcNT's Kidney and Liver ItEMEnr has stood
tho test of time. Ithasbcen beforethe pnbltc for
twentyycars, and has cured every ycarthonsands
of peoplo snlTcrlng from various dlicaecsof tho
Kidneys and Liver, and kindred disorders, n bo had
failed to get relief from doctors and who expected
never to bo cured. Thousands of testimonials
from euch persons attest Its value. Send for book.
"Alls wcllthat ends well."
Sold by all druggists. Trlco $1.53. 0
HUNT'S KE1IEDY CO., Providence, It. I.
N. CBITTESTOS, General Agent, H. Y.
A GEORGIAN AT THE OPERA,
weakness was so creat ho was obllecd
rubber bag. Twelve bottles of Host's Kidney
I 8. WIHTtKSTEin.
& WINTEBSTEEN, .
OMCO In 1st National Bank building, second floor,
Hrst door to tho left, corner ot Main and Market
streets Bloomsburg, ra.
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J H. MAIZE,
amco in Malzo'a bnUdJyg. over Blllmeycr'a grocery.
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Member ot the American Attornoys' Assocla-
Ooirectlons made In any part of America.
Jackson Building, Booms 4 nml 5.
omce,comorof atlrd and MalnHtroota.
Ofilcc In Browcrs' Building, 2nd lloor.
Attomcy-ntLnw, Berwick. l'a.
Ctu be Consulted in Qcrmnn.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
!tfl"Ofllce first door lielow tho post offlco.
CO. BARKLEY, Attorney-at-Law
,omce tn Brower's bu ildng, snd story.ltooma
JB. McKELVY, M. D.,BiUKeon andl'hy
. 3iclan, north sldo Main ulreet.bolow Market
A L. FIUTZ. Attorney-at-Law. Office
l Columbian Building,
Q M. DRINKEB, GUN & LOCKSMITH
a:wu:g juacmnesana Machinery or nil Kinas r
P lico. unu UorsK Building, liloomsbuig, Pa,
R. J. 0. BUTTER,
Omco, North Market Btreet,
M. REBER, Sureeon nml
Office corner of Itock and Market
U . rhyslc:an, (Office and Bcsldence on Third
' Health and Jappiness.
DO AS OTHERS
3 Aro your Kidneys disordorod?
9 Kidney Wort brought mo from my ffrtvs, u It
. "v.. . uou IM-fll KlTl'nUD UT 13 net anew
Aro,your nervos weak?
Kidney Wuit rtircd mo rrom ncryons wralrneiw
c.,nftpr I was n..t txiertodtollyp."-Mrs. (. M. D.
Goodwin, Ld. vhriAlan ilomtor, Clercl&nd, o.
Have you Bright's Disease?
liko chaU and then like blnod." '
Frank Wlliwn, Pcfcbody.Mass.
. Suf f erinar from Diabetes ?
A crcr used. Ulrca almost Immediate relief."
Havo you Liver Complaint?
"KlJncyAvort cuml mo o chronic LlTerUlCfti
after 1 prayed to dlo."
lU'nrr &ru, jaie coi. mn rt&t. uaard, si, Y.
Is your Back lamo and aching?
, "lUtlney-Wort, (l buttle) cured nio ten 1 wiuibo
L'-ue 1 liwl to I oil out of led."
0. M.Tmogot Milwaukee,, Wis.
Havo you Kidney Disease?
"KMney-Vv ort mado me iioundln llrer And kidneTi
ftir Vfijm cit tintnr'(isftil itwl nr ( n it It wnrlh
WaUox." Baial Uodscs, WUUiuuton, West Y.
Aro you Constipatod?
1 tic v-Wort caused cost evacuatloni and cured
aficrU yeara into of other medicines."
Havo you Malaria?
"Ctdncy-Wort has dono better than any other
remedy X have CTer usedfii my practice."
Dr. It. K. Clark, boutU ncro, Vt.
Aro you Bilious?
"Kldner-Worthas done mo moro tool than any
other reiucdy 1 haro fer taken."
Mm. J. T. 0 allow ay, Uk Hat, Oregon.
Aro you tormented with Piles? j
plied. lr. w. (1. lilino rccomiiieiidi'il It to me." El
Uco. II. Hurst, Loauier ii. liauu, iij eritown, l'a.
Aro you Rheumatism racked?
"Kldni-y-Wort cured me, after 1 was cht-u up to
dlo by pliyalclatii and I had ulfttrd thirty ycara."
Ubrldgo Milcolui, West llatli, Ualn.
Ladies, aro you suffering?
'irirlnPV.Wnrfc ciirt-d inn ftf Iit'PiilIflP troliLloa of
E net fial yeori Uindlnir. Many frienda use and rraine
g it." ilra. IL Lamorcauz, lblo La Motto, Vt.
If you would Banish Disease I
w i tt ..in. mi E
l ana yum nuiutu, jluku
Tub blood cleanser.
gt m Bast
Kill Pita. Booths and etimulato tho tUod
I r:u3?le8, una Tvoaueriuwjr ...vwu 1
TUTU. All the TUUMIO wmuoma. ,uv.v.
rrcall lloin, oomSSnod vrtth Eurirundy Pitch
end Canada ttalsain. Applied to raohaohe,
SolaUea, nhoumatlim, Crtok, Btltohw, Bldo
AcUo, Kidney AffsjUoiu, Eoro Chut or any ot
tho varioiM pain, and wcaknren .0 common,
Instant relief l. given. Curca Ey.popeUand
layer troubles without mtornal doslni. Sold
everywhere. C3o. 5 r s j.
HOP rl3T"3C0.. ITor'ra. rotton.MaM.
:0mtI8TIAN F. KNAPP, Iil.OOMSIlUHO, 1 A.
home, op n. y.
MEltuflANTS', OK NEWAItK, N. J.
CLINTON, N, Y.
I'KOI'LUS' N. Y,
. Jbesa old corporations nro well Ecasonctl by
i,eaIi?..m,iTK8TKDitil have nover yet had a
losa BCttled by any court ot law. 'i'liclr assets ore
au invested in solid secukitiks nit) liable to the
fluardot fikk only.
Loaaea pbomptly and nomsTLY adjusted and
paw as soon as determined by ciihidtun r.
fcKirr, SrrCUL A0KNT AND ADJ CBTBR llLOOMSBUHa,
The peoplo ot Columbia county should patron
m the agency where losses II any are settled and
palil by one of ther own eltlze ns.
PltOMlTNESH, EQUITY, FA I It BEALINU.
JOB WORK NEATLY
Q A L.
rot Nursery b
iTi;i to ranOhg for thotalo
or Nursery fatocK I tncaay empioiiurai
guaranteed. Salary aim expenses mm.
at once, btntlug a(to.
' iider to this paper.)
Beehester, H. V.
W. R. TDBBS, PROPRIETOR
Unro and convenient samnlo rooms. Bath room;
lint imd cold water, and all modern conveniences
for Infants and Children.
curca Oolic, ConRtlpatlon,
. a . . ... . . r - - k .
trecommtndHa..ulWrlortoanyPrcrlptloU 'V,T K'. aid primiU'S di
sown to me." JL A. Aacncu, M. D., I reatlon, ' ,,
111 So. Oxford Bt, IJrooklyn, N. Y. I WltEout lajurloiu mcdlcaUon.
An nbsoluto euro for ltUcumntlsm, Sprains, l'niu m
tho Back, Hums, Galls, &c. An Instantaneous Paln
rcllovlng and lloallnff Komody.
Of all tho Biuhllv Dlnccsi in this sub-
looiinry ppo.tr Now ork is tlio slghtli-
est, tiliil uy llio liul of my Iriuml Uou
Tonipkiua I saw nil tlicro was to sco.
It will always bo a livin', growiti' con
solation lo mo that thar wasn't a tiion
key nor none that noted liko 'cm (and
plenty thar was which for antics and
foolery you couldn't tell from tho fool
blooded animal) that I didn't sco by
tho help of Hob. What's that 7 Yon
say you bet I didn't sec tho Opcry 1
You bet I tlid.
What Opcry did I bco t I sco tho
Opcry ff thu Bohemian Gal. How
did 1 like it T Well. I liked it iirclty
toicibic, not out ami out; tlio lac, is
they spilt d it by ovcrdoin' tho sinclii'
part. You know yourself tho way to
spile a thing is lo overdo it, and tliat's
jest what they does in the Opcry. They
overdoes it. Tho llddlin' and ilium
min' is line. Tho actin' is Inautiful,
and the rooms is fixed up splendid; but
tlio singnr is overdone, lint I am
inakiu' a transgression, as tho preach
Yon sec, I went to Now Yotk on ;
fiight-seein' expedition. I had made a
fine cotton crop, ami my wifo said sho
would go and stay at lior mother s with
tho baby, and I could co and see tho
world; to I went liulit to New York,
and 1 saw it. Bob ho stuck to me, nnd
ha put too light through. Well, I
thought 1 must have ecen everything
that was to bo seen, and I was tired,,
and could go homo with a clar con
science, when Bob come to mo and
"La, Jack I I like to let you go
homo without sccin' tho best thing in
"What's that V bcz I, surprised, not
to say discouraged.
"Why, it's the Opcry ot tho Bohe
mian Gal. I tell you ehe's beautiful,
sho is 1'' scz Bob.
"Vow look here, Bob Tompkins,"
scz I, "I'm a married man, and I'm go
in' back to my wife able to answer any
question bIio may put without shirktn',
and I ain't goiu' to eec no gal, however
beautiful, be sho Bohemian or bo sho
Well, Bob at that commenced rollin'
round and latighin' nnd scrcechin' liko
no had a ht of eomo kind. I sco I had
mado a mistake, and I was slightly
afraid I had looked green, which, on
account of tho Stato of Goorgy, which
I was a rcprcsontin', 1 didn't like to do,
so I thought round in a rapid way and
remembered that I had heard of a op
ery cap, and I Bupposcd my error was
jest thar, so I said in a stra'.egem way,
tryin' to laugh liko Bob did, lind so
make mm think 1 had intended a joko
all tho time :
"Well' Bob, I'm ulad to sec you can
tako a joke; 'tain't every man can ; but,
jokin' aide, who is this hero Bohemian
gal, and what colored Opery lias she
At that Bob lost his breath lauglim ,
and the tears fairly rolled down his
checks. Then I cot mad, which any
man would havo done under liko cjr
cumelanccs. Sez I :
"Bob Tompkins, if you don't stop
skirmishin' round thar liko a monkey,
and tell mo what under heaven you're
makin' a fool of yourself about, I'll up
and knock you inter the middle of next
Well, Bob drawed up when he found
my fcelins was hurt, and said, while ho
was a wipm his eyes :
Oh, Jack ! you blade of grass, yon !
mmum oul'IiI to havo you lor a cir
cus; you'd dror sure. A Opcry is a
play-actin thing set to music, nnd tho
Bohemian Gal is tho namo of the Op
cry, jest liko 'Oh, Susanna,' and 'My
Mary Ann.' "
" ell, why couldn't you say so at
first," sez I, "without makin a fool of
tiob ho apologized, nnd wo shook
hands and mado up, and I asked him
to go to the Opcry with mo and I
would stand treat; but ho said ho had
an engagement, and I must excuse him,
Then I asked him whar I was to go.
llo said to the Academy of Music. Scz
1 ; "Jif this hero show is a school show,
I will not go; I havo had enough, in
my life, of children cxhibitin', and as I
haven't got no New York stock in that
line, neither duty norpleasuro will draw
Bob like to bust out larfin agin, but
choked it back with such power that
ho risked a apoplexy.
'Oh, Jack, sez he, it ain't no school;
they is Italicu men and women, and
you won't understand what they fez,
unless you read a library ueioro ycu
"Thar it is agin, sez l : "read a n
briny 1 Why don't you tell mo to
build n homo in live minutes t How
big is your library 1 I nin't so much
at readin', anyhow."
Bob choked agin, but tlidu t sav a
word; jest went to a book stall and
bought a pamphlet, which it looked
liko a tract, about as big as "Allen's
Alarm to tho Unconverted, and ho told
mo to tako it homo and read it, and
that was tho story thoy was goin' to
sing at tho Opory. And it's well 1 did
read tho American side of it, for of all
tho foolish gibberish that Italien takes
After I had. cat.my supper I wentoff
to the Academy of Music, and thar was
tho ticket man settln up in his stovo
box, and ho sez, "You want a ticket,
bez I, "That s about what I come
for." I was very dignified, 'causo I had
Georgy on my shoulders, and deter
miued to bo a honor to my Stato, and
abovo all thiutrs not to look creun,
sposo thu ticket man thought I was
pretty stuck up, for ho soz, ns impor
dent ns you please,
"Will vou havo a cheer or a box t"
Ef I could havo got at him I would
havo knocked him down then nnd thar;
but not bcln' able, I used my sarcastio
vain on hlra nud said, "I'd havo you
for to know, sir, I am a gentleman from
tho Stato of Gooroy, and we sets on
cheers down thar, and loaves tho box
es to tho people from Now York."
To all appearance saroasm run off of
that man liko water off a duck's back.
IIo only grinned and showed off to ad
vantage a full sett of storo teeth, which
must hayo oost a sight of money. IIu
throwed mo a ticket, and told mo to go
in a door he plntcd cut. But law mo 1
them people haven't any manners. A
man at tho door took my ticket from
mo without sayin' "by your leave," and
tore it in two and gave mo back half,
and before I could tako it out on hhn
for his rudeness a boy seized that dressed him and put on Ins Gypsoy
nnd dragged n.o off by tho arm down a clothes. I felt right shamed while this
passage between thu seats, which was was goin' on, nnd I looked at tho la
all folded neatly up liko thoy had just dies, but ther faces was all hid by ther
como In from tho wash. IIo unfolded spy glasses, tho which I could swar
ono of these, pushed mo in, and throw- was pinlcd jest at tho place whar Thad
cd ray little picco of ticket after inc, dcus was drcssin' himself, l'raps It's
and was gone ueioro you could say thu music makes inn inuerencc, uuti m
"Jack Ilobinson. ' gUid my wife was in Georgy, music or
It seemed n pretty hard case that no' music,
with .ioonlo Inaulliu' him tk'ht and loft In another mi mi to thar was another
n Georgy man couldn't get a chauco to lung tcarin', car bustin' blowouts. Men,
knock ono of 'em down. But so if wa", women, and children rushed in singin'
and 1 tried to kind a dovirt my thoughts at tho top of their voices that tho
from my aggraw&tions by lookin' Count's littlo gal and her nurse had
round. It certainly was a sightly place, beon oat up by a wild animal in tho
and what willi thu bis chanticleer up mountain. Then horo camo tho Count
in thu ceilin', and tio littlo chandelccrs sincin' how sorry ho was. I was fair
all around, it sorter looked liko a sun- ly out of patienco with this unnatural-
ights glitterin ness, instead of runnin out to save his
child, to walk up and down before all
thom peoplo sinaiu . i ain t no sort ot
I patienco with dead beats. Thaddeus
had moro sense; ho picked up a gun
which was lvnitr handy, and away he
went. Thom mountains and wild beasts
round like it was a ball they wm play
in' with, and all tho npportito his Ex
cellency had is sung out of him t I
say, it's riddiekerlous nonsense It's
like what thoy calls tho toning in
church whar they singB and' whines thb
prayers to God Almighty. Its all
agin nachuro. Lovo songs is beautiful,
and serenades will tetch tho hardest
hearts, but I say. mix in tho singin'
with a little common-sense talkln'
and it would bo a improvement all
Why, any body happenin' Into ono
of them oporys, without beln' prepar
ed by readin' a library, would think
they had got into a lunatic asylum to
sco four or five men and women
Scrcechin' at each othor, ther hands fly
in' out from thor chists (which let mo
say it a invariable movement), stretoli
in of their necks until it is agonizin' to
sco tho bones nnd sinnewB stand out,
and their months so wldd open that
you expect ovcry minute to hear ther
jaw bones crack. And then tho ohor
is 1 that is tho worst of all ; fifty or a
hnndrcd men nnd women dressed in
tho most outlandish way, each tryin' to
oulyell tho other; nnd add to all this
the determination of tho musitloners in
tho grand finally not to be outdono by
tho singers. Thoy all get so wound up
the fnct is thoy can't stop themselves.
The man with tho big fiddlo fairly
turns a sumersnult over it a tryin' to
get hrst, and tho little tiddlers saws
away until It is enough to wako up thb
shinv dav: nnd then the I
on 'tho diamonds and pearls andchalce
donies and jacinths that was hangin'
round tho women would u put tho
foundations of tho celestial city out o'
countenance. Tho men was mostly
bald headed and wared swallow tail
coats, and men nnd women wns armed must havo beon right at tho door, for
with double barrel spy classes, which Thaddous was hardly cono beforo ho
they gave them a comical appearance, was back again with tho baby in his
Some of these said spy classes was so arms, ho bavin' been to tho mounlnins,
larco in propoition to the men that thoy killed the wild beast, nnd saved tho
looked liko f.team cnnincs with a dou- baby and nurse in not moro than three
bio light, Ono little bald headed gen minutes. IIo wns a sight quicker than
tlomaii silt in tr next to mo had the bic- tho patent exterminator. Well, then
nest pair in thu house. IIo actually there was another car bustin', lung
looked as if he was hitched onto them tearin' blowouts. Tho Count cmbrao-
instead of them beinu hitched ou to ed and kissed tho baby to music, and
him ; and annin, as 1 turned mv eves sent her off to tho house to have a lit
on his white bald head with tho ma- tic scratch on her arm tied up, winou ghosts of tho cats which wus made
chincry in front ho might havo been was all tho hurt sho had, which shows into fiddlo strings; and tho big drum
mistaken for a bomb shell, and the you can't boliovo anything you hears, mors and middle sized and littlo drum
idea como into my head that a slight Tho report was that baby and nurso mors is bent Upon nothin' else but beat-
tap would cxplodo him, but being a was cat up; tho nurso wasn t hurt, una in a hole in their instruments; and tho
stranger in a strange laud 1 had better tho baby had a con bite. 1 doubt my- horn blowers big and littlo looks dan
keep quiet or 1 might get arrested lor self if there was any wild beast in tho i;irou8ly appoplcktic; and the tambo
dynamiter. Up in tho lop of the room nutter; al to get up a Bcnsation. But reeners aud bell ringers comcs nobly to
was hanging; a Iremcniuous curtiug, tho Count belioved it; you could sco tho front, till the tempest of sound
with fino pictures on it, and just on tho that by tho way ho actod. Ho shook goes roarin' and snrgin'thro'tho house,
floor close to it was a row of candles, Thaddeus' hand and sung he was so gittin louder and louder and stronger
which seem to bo set down in a trough, j much obliged to him. l haddcus sung and stronger and biphcr and higher,
sorter, with tho wicks abovo tho lloor. it didn't mnko no difference in tho 'till they can cot neither nn or down;
In front of tho candles was what looked world. Tho Count sung couldnt ho and it ends by their slammin' and
liko a music school, tho schoolmaster do something for him t Thaddeus smashln' everything to pieces, and all
setting up on a high three-legged suug no he thanked him. The Count comes down together with a Blira !
stool with a big stick in his hand, sung wouldn't ho tako a glass oi winoi
though it did look to mo as if them Thaddeus sung ho didn't kcer if he
bovs was too old to bo whipped. There did.
was every kind of musical instrument Then as .bad luck would havo it, tho
you ever heard of. There was drums Count purposed tho health of tho Era-
"1 i , , i -i i I . i."!. ...i.r-i.
as uig as nogsncau, urtims as nig us peior, wiuun was tiiu buiuu wuiuh
Hour barrels, and drums as big as pails, had banished Thaddeus, and
Thaddeus dashed his glass
down and broko it all to pieces, which
mado the Count so mad he forgoti all
about what Thaddeus had done, and
had him arrested then and thar, and
Devilshoof too; but Devilshoof was too
smart for em: he got hold of the baby,
blatn 1 blum 1 1 b r,r r-rum 1 1 1 and you
look up tlunkin of courso tho root is
gone and the moon and stars shinin'
Mavbo if I had studied it when 1
was a new born infant, and kept at it
stiddy till now, 1 might like the Urand
As it is it is too much for
Orescent City Oemeteries.
Now Orleans' cemetery system
one prolifio source of disease, even at
Then there was big fiddles, middle siz'
cd, and littlo hddlcs, aud long horns
twisted up liko tho brazen serpant, and
all sizes from that dowu lo a baby
whistle ; and tliero was every sizo and
sourt of tambourines, besides plenty of
lliaillll.ll.llkO X HUTU OtV VI llitl Ul UV; l o .. h .u. v.... w.v.w.vmwwj,i, , , j n
f.. t. nif . ... :...i.i . r .ml ...,..,, I. ,-,.1,, tnn, nfioH him. l.i,f lin its ocsu write? an inter-vceure curreu
.hot n.n,( i wdii,.jn.'..i. nn num.. hfl.lm. mil tnnV n iiii.li, poodent. As is well known, tliero are
read of in the Holy Bible, an'djijliave kuifo out of his pocket and jest cut it many burial socitics in the cUy, which g0ons had begun .their wor,kitIie alloy,
no doubt thoy had tho sackbutTTwalta- down after him, and tho curling como havo vaults i peculiarly fatted up for tho wag packod., Inside the liou'so tho
... i - .i. .:.i ...n,..i rcr.eblion of bodies. The swamnv nat- .1 . : 1.
ry, uiuuinier aim so 101 111, among r inu uuwu, wuuu mu utujJio muij jciicu . . . ' 1 ,, uuuiai wciw miuui u(iuu tutu num.
machinery I dinn't know tlio names and clapped their hands, and tried to of thoground makes lt impracticable T0 Uiormometcr marked 100 degrees.
- 1 . . - w . . 1 ....A. n.in run unrTi.if .itim an in i . . . r . . .
--- - 1 --- , in inn in 1 1 1 hi. ni li p r. nnprniinnn tnnv
i -i-rn , r-i m ,i in 1 1 ..,
Superstitious Jfei?roes Spoil an Operation
and the Patient Pies.
stiiamik hostility: Of WASHINGTON COIf
OREL) I'KOH.E TO THE USK OV TllK KNIKK
iiv a. nocTon-i'pun niYstquns
MOIIIIEI) IX IIROAtl DAYI.IflHT,
TWTIYO'UKO rMEK 00 TO LAW TO ll!SCOv'l(
M tiMlfMt l VltlV'IT. '' 4
A rcmarkabto case .of local
stition was dovelopcd in the
court at Washington last
A largo number of colored
in tho District bolievo in
thoy call "slab'' or night doctors. They
havo a theory that tho doctors' solo ob
ject in lifo is to secure as many bodies
as possiblo for use upon tho dissecting
table. This class of superstitious, col
orud peoplo fear it surgeon as they
would death. Tho news of a surcical
operation being performed upon any
mcmoor 01 ineirraco. is sure to cream
a panic. They aro very timid .about
going out at night as they expect that
801110 "doctor man" will run out of a
dark alley and cover their mouths with
plaster. When the long ulsters woro
first introduced into Washington their
wearers were supposed by the negroes
to be "slab" doctors in search of the
bodies of children, and they woro
those long coals for tho purposo of
hiding their prey.
Icw peoplo have believed 111 tho
stones of this superstition, but the1
mobbing of a number of 'prominent
surceons becanso thev wcro cnrracrcd'in
performing an opperation will convinco
even tho most incredulous, of tlio.
strength of this superstition against
surgeons among the colored people
there. Tho namo of tho patient was
William Harris. IIo is a colored man
about twenty-one years old. He. lived
in O Noils alley, between second and
.if.1 ti . i ri '. . c . . . 1 nr--i.
iiuru, x' aim v aireem, oomu tr usu-
ington., This is tho Centre of tho
most dcnsly populated colored quarter.
Harris lived in a small two-story frame
house, bqt sonielimo ho had sunerod
from a bowel complaint caused by
the reception of the upper part of the
smaller intestine into the lower, Dr.
II. Tholdcn had attended Harris. IIo
found that ho could rcHovo bis patient
by performing a surgical' operation,
which was a very delicate one, but liu
had no doubts of his success., He, re
ceived, the consent of tho, patient and
his family to perform this operation.
He called in four assistants Drs Crook.
Xioach, Hazon, Harvey, well-known'
Washington physicians. Tho sur
geons met in Harris's house. Tho un
usual number of' doctors attracted a
good deal of attention. Word .was
passed from alley to alley and the ne
groes camo Bwarming from every di
rection. Tliero are six entrances to the
alley. In a lew moments aftcr.the sur?
outdo the Opory in noise.
Then tho littlo man next to me,
which was bald headed and had tho
pnzo spy glasses, took era down
and wiped cm. and said, Bettiin Him
self, "it rtrill bo twclvo years beforo tho
I was perfectly dtimbfoundered at
liis savin' such a thing, and I sez, bcz
I : "Is that a joke sir 1 for I can't stay
horo no twelve years. 1 am irom uoor-
Well, while I was a workin' out these
hero thoughts tho old music teacher
giro his stick a waff, lis much as to
say, "Now, my fine fellows, do your
best, or you will get a tasto ot this.
And I tell vou they went at it neck
and heel, each one of 'cm tryin' to beat
tho other. 1 never heard such a dm.
It wns liko happenin' in at a menagerie
at feedin time, and all the lions, ti-
gets, hyenas and Jackasses was bellow- gy, and my wifu am child arc there,
inu at one and tho samo time! and tho and I'm got my liviu' to make."
old music teacher ho swim" that stick Well, he swelled up liko ho would
a throatenini? them old bovs. until it bust, and the lady next him laughed
beemed like he got so woro out ho right out loud, lie was very polito
could just managoto movo it soft like; though, and told mo they was goin' to
and beliovo mo as soon as them boys pertciid it was twelve years, ana ir-
see ho was sorter disabled they took a leener would bo growed up; and stlro
rest too, and tho noise got lesser and enough when it went up thar she was
lessor, until you could hear only tho leastways they wanted me to beliovo
little baby whistle, and it soundeil.real it was the samo which was asleep on
sweet. Ef it had iust lasted a minuto a fur Bkiu; and thar was Thaddeus
lonat-r 1 think "I micrht havo caunht watchin' over her, and then sho woko
that chune, if there was one; but tho up, and then they began to Bing lovo
old man trot un his wind too boou. and at each other. And it
away they all went again liko a pack
of hounds in full cry. At last human
nalur' could stand no more, and thoy
blowed and beat thorsclves cleon out,
the school-master dropped his slick,
and tho boys fell back' breathless, and
beforo they could get up more steam
the curling wcn. up and tho upcry bo
at each other. And it was real ptclty
too; moro chuno about it than anything
1 heard from cm, only lhaddeus was
too old and fat for her. When sho firet
woko up sho sang Whim a dream she
had dreamed, all about now she lived
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ion want to near too story, uou mb iiwm ,117 ui n iuv , .
W..1I it n ..it.. l,t f T find lnvnri hnr . nml Klin Irn v d il 00k " ""
VUUl I , VII, III IT D I M V. 1 1 ! , UUK V!X A . "V, . - ---j
hadn t read that J.ibrarv 1 nuvcr pretty ana sang ueaumui. it inauu mu
would have knowed what thoy was af- think of tlio time my wito and mo woro
You see there was a widower Count
with a name sounded like it was Ar
nold or something, and he had a pretty
littlo gal which her namo was Arlecn
cr, and sho and her nurso was in tho
room with him when thq curling goos
up, and tho Count bogins to sing how
sorry ho is Ills wife is dead, and how
ho loves his baby. Jest think ot mat,
stnatn all that, and liftm up that lit
tie gal and kissin' her to music I Who
t.n which is, i'iiicii,
Tho' papers in a very slranco caso "(
are being prepared by a wcll known '
law firm Jn this city. Tho caso is in
action in ejectment, in which tho1 nlajn
tiff is iTpsepli B. Met and tlio defcnJ '
dani a young man by tho riame' of
HylcbroiiP, alias Metz. Tho dispute
between tho parties is in reference to a '
largo farm located in the northeastern
part of tills State., Tlio defendant in
thu action has been living on tho fnrm
for liio past five years, nnd is ' known 1
among tho neighbors aS Joseph Mete. ''
The story is a long one,nnd adds anotli-' 1
cr Illustration in support of the declara
tion that truth is Strahger than fiction.
Tho Btory of tho plaintiff to his lawyer '
is as follows :
About nino, years ago Joseph Mctzf
a Teuton, residing in tho southeastern
pnrt of Germany, decided to crxiipr'ato
to America. In tlio summer of 1875
hp, with his good wife Catharine and
his five Bturdy boys, started for the
United States." From tho salo of his
real estate ho realized about 30,000
and with Ihis sum ho was able to buy
a weli-tillcd farm with a comfortable
dwelling in tho caBtcrn part of tho
State, and still have a neat, amount ,ot
cash besides. Ho lived- on tliejfarm
for flvo years, but finally the deR-.rq'to'
dig in hs native land took such a hold
on him that in 1S80 ho aud his wifo
made a.dced of tho farm to tho suppos
ed cidest Bon, tho, prcstut occu-(W
pant, and returned .to Gorraany.
His wifo and .tho four younger
children accompanied him. With tho
remaining cash tin his possession ho
bought a farm in tho;vicinitj-of -hit 1 .
old diome, which at his death, which u
nnciirrfcd hbobta weck atro.i ho Ibo- 'i
queated 'to the younger murabcr. of his' ;
inrfahVi Tho strangest part of this nar-' -
rativo transpired after his return - to
Germany. It appeared that' at tho limo
young Metz, tho present occupant '.of -tho
farm, wai born, there lived in tho,
vicinity of Metz's place a woman, Dy 'j
tho namo of Mrs. Hylcbronc. She was i
employed at various times as nuraodn
Metz's household, and was prcsont at
tho tirao young Metz was born. lnia
woman made some startling disclosnrea' 1
to tho old rnan Metz just bcforo.his .
Jluatb, which in" substance were about
ok follows s ' '
At tho timo of tho birth of tho cbildi'-
sh'e also had an infant son, andi.
aitliough'she was' very poor Bho desiredm
that her son should bo f aisod in af-
lluoncc. As sho had thd entire' control
of young Metz, sho one night shortly
after tho infant's birth substituted her
own child' and took .young Metz, lb
rhiso'. -Tho family never discovered
tills, and young. Hylebronogrew up to -manhood
as Joseph1 Metz. 'Sho said
thai sho had always regretted the net, :
but was afraid to tell tho truth. 1110
real Metz has always been known as
her son. Tho scenes at tho father's:;,
tjeath bed when these facts woro'. .
brought out were affecting in tho ex-,
treme. The father refused at first to
believe tho woman's statement and to
recognize tho young man as his Bon,'
but finally, by circumstantial evidence,'
tho truth of tho woman's statement '
dawned upon him. and ho received his
newly-found Hon. Tho revelation was
as unexpected to tho son' as it was to
A fow days later Mr. Metz died, and,
after waiting a short' time tin tho old
country, the son came to this, city, to
coramenco proceeding against: tho possessor-of
tho estate in Amorica. He
claims that ho can'cject tho present oc
cupant, as tho deed Was mado to Jo
seph Metz, and ho has tho facts in his
possession 'to prove that he is tho party
intended. Hylebrono was naturally
1 very much surprised when the forego
ing statement w as maao 10 uun.i .iiu
rofuscd to believe it, and declares that,
there is a conspiracy to defraud him
out of his rights. His mother, is 'also
in me cuyfJ uuviuy juii- uuiiu.ujrv1u
company with Mclz. She says sho.ls
very, sorry ipr what sue nas uone, nnu
it will bo ,hcr life work for tho remain- ,
der of her existcucu to bring matters.
out right.. When tho caso comes to'
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trial It, will pruuuuiy uw uuuui mu
most sensational oues ever tried
in 'tins State. Mrs. Ilylebroiie,
tho author of tho deception, ' is a
good-looking German woman, and
mer .. - , 1.1 : . 3 j .1.. 1 appears auuuv w vrau "K--
peoplo round 11 may ?ounu' "i8" luu.ueat ... lureu nerves, u.al respouu ...stanuy lo " l,cr only desire ill doing it
. 1 . I nrnmntinA anmnl ini.ernniirsn ninonr I nnv unriiipn nnisn. will nnnrpnint.fl 'Hip I J . . , .. , -..,
Then r. ? " m " "1 71rt "! ;. :' :'V.i5' was to benclit her cniiu, anu mat sue
tho case of tho poorer classes a largo hcard excited cries outside, tho doors.
number ot immense depositors are
needed. Some of these nave accom
modations for as high aa 100 corpses,
to my personal knowledge. When a
vault becomes quite full of bodies, and
the society lacks for purchasing ground
Shouts, went up that thoy were cutting,
"J. ho night doctors aro slicing bis
meat off of him," cried some one Hi
Tho doctors paid no attention; they
and bunding again, it s customary to Btiu conl;nued to no on with the onor-
cmovo the coffins, and hold a grand, t b , when thov wora at tho mos.
open-air cremation. A ho evils oi this oritical point the mob bursl t,,e door
uiiurntiuu u.o un.m, and camo yelling mto the room. Tho
no furuaces aro provided for carrying ,i,.,. ,, Ar;a i,i, ,;,i, .i,irl
ou the deadly mines tuat must neces
sarily bo generated.
Kut in time ot epedcmics the quest
ion of burial is one of difficulty, and
tho consequences from crowded inter
ments are most appaung. More than
and clubs from the bed of the sick
man, whilo tho blood ilowed freely
from the wounds which tho doctors
wcro unable to close un. The nhv
sicians wcro driven out and hustled to
tho end of tho alley, whilo threats of
once largo vaults have burst asunder tho wUdeat char3cter woro ma(ie. if
by thu action of gases arising from a
largo number 01 lresuiy entomueti
bodies. Of courso tho wealthy endeav
or to have their own private family
tombs, or belong to influential burial
Bocities that maintain specially impos
ing vaults. Tho colored peoplo have
cheaper burial societies by themselves, that ho wou,d havc Uen well
ana Hid various eecrei, bou.biiub iro ha.l , ,,, nlnrfurnil n-5l.li
their own cemeteries. This classifi
cation system brings about a multipli-
it had been night they might all have
been butchered, so excited were tho
people. When they returned with
police to come to the rescue of tho
sick man thoy found him boy o ml assist
ance, llo died that night. The phy
sicians say that tliero is no doubt but
raflUUtTmha fyTi -de a'" 0
plenty of niggars to wait on her, and SSSSLTJS !
work. Thii physicians would not
give a certificate of death until they
trong guard of the no-
fine clothes and jewelry and every- UWB 'D lico to enable thorn to mako this post-
thin ir she wanted, but how she d dn't mortem. JSven then tho doctors wcro
a ' . 1 I'ntnn t 1 iiim rt n 1 nn noninnnr . - .
71 ,U1 "V . vy p "" jeered atand insulted aa they came to
and loved her, and sho truly did look ul " "".:"" V i J
lara, entitles the member to freo burial
at tho bands of the society to whioh ho
and from tho house.
conrtiu , only wo didnt sing maybo
becanso wo couldn't And then ho
kissed and hugged her, which if ther
had not been so many
would havo been very natural.
I. l. l. l.n ,no o hohn ha
uu aut h mi I niiuiiouu iiiio i. uuuj nu . ,. . . , , - -
had saved her life, and ho showed'her B'v?.a HZ? l???
tho scar on her arm
Any ono recovering from a severe
Those burial socitiis,, paradoxical as fit of illncss, with overstrained or Bliat
But they don't rest easy loug in op-
cries. This was too pretty ana sou to
last. Tho Gypsoy Queen was in lovo
with Thaddeus, and when sho found ho
tho members. Tho colored peoplo I following from an exchange:
"Doors are what wo havo
ncction with ono of their leading socio-1 with
oors are what wo pavo to deal , 00tumitting against the
all our lives and yet nineteen b 'b J Tho farm -l8 worth S2o,000, as
0 out of twenty mako a noisoclos- ' , ',,: Ari.;ia , ,.
did not realize at the timo tho terriblo
tios.m wn.cn tno most e.auorato s- peop.o out 01 twenty maKoa noiso c os- . . . . conu;tioll. Metl; ia mar.
uviiinR nr iicui. ami m i qtl'sh uru- i urr nvprv noor innv nn iiiroufrn. rnv. t i
nifinv r.ithnr nivfltorioim honor ex-1 i nn;Di. .ni,An
w o" " - ' 1 . . , , , 111 tl ' V I MU1V "J1 viugiNU viio uuui iiwioij n uvu
over heard tell of sich noosenso t Do was sparkin Aleenner, sho laid a plan plosions having been attributed to the tuey ont0r or leave tho houso or room.
you supposo if my wife wa3 dead I aginst cm. ono mauo out now ivr- Uuddcn aud explosiyely violent tlashing nt a perfectly easy to close a door
would go i.mi
peoplo to tell
how I loved my
nnter from be"i
Boon as ho got through ho went away, put her in jail, when tuo ijouui saw mitteo has sinco mado many careful and nigliti has been ill and has had no
u niiTiuru reBt la tmaliy relieved irom pain, and
oen long j8 quietly sleeping. If there is noth-
1 1 i ,.i.;i ,t 7,Vf ;.,.,.
sicians havo not yet leared that they
disturb tho patient they are trying to "'WW-
- a ....
sing 10 11 a.iiuuaauu or bu m-im" ""- lIUO BH.-i.Ml 01 Buperui-i.iuu ira.ei, mo 1 rtajetly, yet I0W peoplo make It a Vrac-
'ein how sorry I was, and tho Count, and sho' was arrested and French Acadoray of Sciences appoint- Lice lo do bo until somd ono in tho
baby! No; it's agin taken beforo him, and it was proved ed n committee, a year or moro ago, to bouso is ill , and oven then it is often
nnlitoond. Well, as agmst her, and they was just about to invpsiiuato tho subiect. That oom- f,nr, tu id.t rr
and tho nurso takes tho little gal up 111
tho mountains to pick Mowers, They
had hardly got out before here camo a
big fat Polisher named Thaddeus. IIo
was a waller too. 1 lie Uount wailod
in a voice most fine enough for a wo
man, but lliaddous was a baso waller;
tho scar or her arm, and knowed it
was his lost child; and then como an
other bustin' fuss. Tho Count sung ho
was so glad, and Arleenncr Bung so
was sho. And ho suns ho was goin'
to marry her to tho Kiiig's son, and she
put her pretty arms around Thaddous,
experiments, using pure an
'. . .trli: t 1 1
water, water wmou nau uoeu
stagnant, and water from which tho jng (0 disturb him, somo hours of re-
ail iii.vt M1.U11 uii-vn
A matter of surpriso and wonder to.
those who witness it for the first timo
is tho. rousing to lifo of wholo colonics
infusoria by the addition ot a drop of
water to a tew grains ot earth or dust.
These miorOscopio organisms abound
everywhere in water containing do
composiug vegetable or animal matter
aud some 1 grins may, in a ury statu
remain tor month ork even
sion has been reached that if any boiler
boots. It certainly was a feenominor when 111 come that Uypsoy yueen with tbe boilers with steam pressures be-
how ho could do it. won, his wail nypsey iu nan iii.uu vu kiu jmivw y0nd their strength.
was ail about 111s country, how he nad I "'i ull 1,3 B.uul i"1" '"vu "1 D
been banished, ami t no went uacic' ho h" ' - Tho now bocnou are high in front
would navo nis nean cut on, nna an 1 ' A "u j--.iuj uf miu .i
that. It would a boon roal dlstressln' ing my heels togethor I was so glad,
and pinched In ns closely at tho'sido as
. 1 . r ,!.. . 1. 1. .. . 1 ...1,1 .. 1 1
ef it had only been natural WhlMa f , S!
cry and groan and grunt to music. Jest hat6f.1lb031.les. And then that was Jomo gfia,)0 or other, but chiefly in that
""' "l"v,l.'uu inc to c suiro nim, somo nours 01 re- - . , . ...,j",i ,t,,
by long boiling, hAinr-Blennmav ho ejected. 'civW pwnt y dead, to 00 revived . when
and generating steam by rapid and by iha re8Dt and strength so "much ne'ededl f '8TaSal " nr;
slow firing. As a result the oondu- but some one. forgetfnl of tho needed ",0S?i.JI Sh" n5
roiuors or .
unccessary j, up',lko a
its akin taking an egg-nuo Biiapc, anu
that a scoruliiig organ coats, the body
ivith a gelatinous; cnvelopo which pro-
eels it Irom further change.
.n.nl.Jnn . nana I hn ilnn. m I n e I n m
if cnimifnil I Ln thiinilnr nni lin limn anil Slinr BIIO WUU1UI1 I lUIirrv auvuouv 1 ..Y-nlnainn hu cirrm Ihrnnn i minM. JJ .L ....!.... ...... ...!... 1 luril. u. ......aui.a. uiu .nu
first in thn lower part of his chist, and but him. and tho Count Bung sho ueatlng it must have been through the Quivering, not only losing tho much- V'liee,1 animalcules and has even
T flmtwriit !t una tnnr'illv imnnQc fm- couldn't marrv a Gvnsev. nnd Thadde- i.... I dried smcimens tor a tirao at a
him to l'oiiiiv lower, when ho iuinn- uS up and drawed out a paper and said stances, which are neither defined, i V..i,u h,.i beraturo of 200 degrees la
ot rwrlit ilnun In thn tnwnr wnrt. nf that proved he wasn't no Gypsey, but t aud afterward exposed them to
Htnmnnli. nnil lmfoin vnn imd tlmn to a big man in his own country; and bo I mfinta linvft1 nhnwn nunnlnalv-plv ihnUL.i . ' .1 ! .,1.-. l.i' ... cold, neither proouis killing
wonder how ho could do it, there was the Count gave his consent; and you Lomet'mes appear , the real cause must ;- became their habit to do so no one tMoatly diuiiuishing their vital
ills vuicu ivi.v uuwu ... inu euie ui, .lis i v..wj,.. b... .... nu luuseu jur in iiiuKiuiiiit tuntiiiii; o. nnmi suller this ono of the
as he had finished his story, hero camo
iu a party of Gvpsoys, running 'in that
sudden from all tho opeuin's of tho
stago that it took away my breath
I thitik if I live thirty years I will
never get all that musiu out of ray
ncau. i vo got as good an car ior inu-
Tho plan of electrically transmitting
power has been iu parctical operation
for more than eight months nt llionne,
Switzerland, A turbine and a dvnamo
convert tho power of a mountain tor
rent into electricity, which passes over
wires somo 500 feet to a receiving dyn
amo furnishing two shops with their
required six to eighteen horso 'power,
T)io waste aud destruction by poul-
Thoy rushed right up to Thaddeus nnd I siu as anybody, btit it would take twon
wns goin to khi nun men ana mar to
of tinsel crowns on gold wires. Urlglit
poppy color is in great favor for trim
mings as well as tor wnoio bonnets
and hats. A sweet little bonnet of
imnnv.rpil nronft. nrrantreil uitli nnr.
tv years to hold all that. If thov would I !, nuf I tint-a nil rivfxr ihn ncnu-n la f1ttn1
iuu uuui.u ui musiu, i ifu iucr uujjv.iju, i uiuy mm buiuu aim B.ng twine, " uai i wt email straw boba A thick ruch
wtuon had uio narao oi jjevuanoor (a u moro beautuul than musio T dotno n of thu red crenoaarrounda tho odpo
i i .1... r i . l i.. i i.ii i.. i i. . i- o - o
uati iiiiuio ui.u ior n uoiiesi, maul no i ioiks bbks, anu u seems a auesuon i ,! n l,li nt .Unrl.n,rI t., I ase. whv shes two or three vears
rill. 1.1- ..,-..- 1 .... I it, i , ... . i I " """ ! i I. ..
pvc iua'iuc us win ii smir unu atop- wnicn poses tno worm; uut i ii ten you he r own leaves, forms tho bioh trim, younger than you d tako her to be.
Ml ll.n l- l.l 'rllflHilmia u.,1, ,.'.,. I nnn .11... ia n.,,IU Ia ! ., ., l. I ' . r ' I
('Wll l Al.llll. .111111,11. umi. Vll. , UullllllV 1D 1411U ,11 .S tigs". liaVUUID VU I m IT I , . ' 1
llCtlSrir nf llld :trAllll1llU mill t ll nil tllflU I aim. nunruthlnrr Tn,tf Intn alnh n nt, I "' I .... . .....
"111 '1 . i-i . ' a -"tt v.v.,,...Mb. ,w . ; 1110 oxtremo deptii ot misory is a
al broko out liko a house afirp scroecli ery day Bcutimunt as tins, "Will you A very active red insect has appear- 8raall boy with a now pair of boots and
In' lit. Inni A I4viiai!v'i4 lltn Id thn Hfil I nnmn tn unnnnr t-nii Pv,nlli. 'I I .1 t f .l. . . '..l. I . . .. '
... ......, ; 1 -j - ....w ""i-i-v'i ...i,viiviiu, 1 1 vu ... Du.i.o u. ..iu , uivjuniD u. 1 viu 1 no mud puadie,
to lead," and thoy rung tho changes on How much better to say the thing county, Cal., Iu immense numbers, cov.
that noble sentiment till 1 haddous lost right pit than for half a dpzon pooplo ering tho ground In places. A vine at- "Will the coining man work 1" is the
his head eutiroiy, and said no would to mako a, jowott ot it, and squall tho I tack oil by this new peat droops in an current oonundrum. If ho gets him-
jino to omj and men ana tliar thoy on-1 ohanges on It, and roll aud pitch it 1 hour. I self attached to a largo family ho will.
Iry on tho farm will keep a small larm
er poor if ho does not fortify against it.
Thoy must absolutely bo kept out of
tho garden, and from tho raolon natch,
. ' 1 1 t.. 1 1 ...1
grape viueyuru aim uuu urcuuru.ivm.-u
.i... i ' l .ll 11. '
"Descrlbo her. if vou please." said u.' 'lu wRm w "V ,,a": "
the lawyer. -'Well, she is dark com- B,n S'"- 'enoo iuera we , out uuu
. T. ' ... I vnn nun hftvn nn tlioiin thtiirii.. anil
piexioned, and wears a thingummy I r. ,7 i " '
kind of dress, out bias, and as to her tt Pyngpoaltry yaid besides.
Georgta mosquitoes don't caro for'
smoke. Instead of trying to push '
through window screens they serenely :
lioat down the chimney.
Tho National Guard of Pennsylva
nia Is to ba reduced to ten regiments
and organized into two brigades, ouo
in tho eastern and tho other in tho
western half of tlio State.