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iTE3 op DBivrisiNq
n)HJBUUi!M(ic'iiAT,TAnoi'TiiKNonTn. ana en.
I.VHDIAH, Consolidated,) '
I tailed U'rcUly.rvory I'rlilur Mntnlnn, nl
at 11.60 per your. To subscribers out ottuocoun.
ty tuti terms oro strictly In nUvanco.
lirNo Uiiiwr discontinued oxcopt at thoontlon
nt the iiufillHiors, until all nrrearaitos nro paid, but
Innif mnl limed credits will not bo kivcii. '
All P ipera sent nut of I lui Htalour In distant post
nnieos must lio lmld for I u advance, unless a resmii.
,iblo person In Columbia county nssumes to pay
,lio subscription duo on demand. '
JO BPli 1NTI N Or.
TlipJobTrlntlng Department of the colckiiiah
h very complete. It contains the. latest ijcwtvim
nJ mil hit (fry and H tho only nnico Hint runs Vib
pro e.s 1 powor. k vinp us tho best tad Itles. iiC
tlnDtPHfuriil-lifdun largo jobs.
r K. WAMiKH,
XJ ' ATTO I IN 15 Y-AT-L AW,
omco over IsU National Hank,
TV" U. FUNIC,
1 ATTO 11NH Y-AT-L AW.
nil' In V lUUdlng,
DUN M. CIiAltK,
ATTO UN HV-AT-L AW,
.JU3TIOK OP THIS PEACE.
Illeu over Moycr ilroi. Drug store.
p V MIL LEU,
Ofilcoln linker's bulldlng.sccondlloor.room No.l
I) FHANK ZVUR.
onic'6 corner ot Ucntro and Main Streets. Clark i
Can bo consulted In (lerman.
QEO. E. EfiWELL,
O.Hon on First floor, front room of Coi,.
tnuiiAN lliilltlini:, Main street, below Ex.
p.VUL E. WHIT,
O.uoo In Columbian Hi-n.i.iNO, Itoom No. 3, second
S. KNOKH. L. S. WINTIRSTEIN.
KNOW & WINTERS TEEN,
A ttornoy s-at-Law.
onico tu 1st National Dank building, socond lloor,
nratdoortothulctt. Corner ot .Main and Market
Btrcots llloomsburg, 1M.
t&"Penttoni and BmnlUt Collected.
J II. MAf'iE,
Jlllco InMalzo'sbulldJig, overlilllmejer'sgrocery.
JOHN C. YOCl'M C. V. OUYHlt.
YOCU.M & OKYEH,
(omco fio.nsult of looms on second lloor or
tSTCAX UK CONSULTED IN (IKHMAN.l!
Members of Sharp and AlU'inan's Lawyers i.nd
Il.inker'x lilrccluiy and tliuAincrle.ni Mercantile
and collection Association. Mill tflve prompt and
caietul altention to collection ot claims In any
pait ot tho United Males or Canada, ns well ns tu
all other professional busluess cMiustcd tu them
Jackson Building, Hooms 4 and 5.
"yy. ii. mi awn.
onteo.cornorot Third and Matnstreots.
J V. WIDTH,
B L 0:0 M S B U R 0 , PA,
Olllce lu Hiowers' MulMIng, 2nd lloor.
y. E. SMITH,
AUorncy-ntLaw, Berwick. Pa.
Cut bo Consulted In Ocrmau.
F1HE AND LIFE INSURANCE
trOfllco first door below tho post olllce.
CO. ItAltlvIiEV, At'.orncy.at-I.aw,
. onico lu mower's building, anil story, liooms
4 unit 5.
JB. McKELVY, M. D.,Surgeon anil I'hy
. stclan, north side Main stroet.below Market
L. FKITZ, Atturney.nl Law. OIHce
. , in Columbian liulldlng,
M. DRINKER, GUN & LOCKSMITH
Hi mn? Machines and Machinery ot all kinds rc
pilrod. OriKA 1I0D8K Build ig, uloomsburg, l'a.
R. J. 0. RUTTER,
OtUco, North Market street,
UlooniBtuii, l u
OR. WM. M. REUER, Surgeon iiiul
Physician, omco corner of Hock and Market
JR. EVANS, M. D.. Surgeon and
, Physlo:an, UMo and Kesldonoo on Third
CflltlSTIAN F. KNAPP, ULOOMSBOIta, PA,
( OME, Of N. Y.
" HUcTlANW, Of NEWAIIK, N. J.
CLINTON, N. Y.
I'KOI'I.KS' N. Y.
leso old coiu'Okatioks aro well seasoned by
i;o and fikk TtSTiii uud have neter Ji't had a
loss hettlul by any court of law. Their assets aro
nil invested In soi.iu btcumnts are UablutotUo
hazard of mm only.
lxsses I'Kosiitly and iionbstlt adjusted and
paid as soon us determined by cuhistian
KNAIT, Sm'IAL AUKNT AND AUJl'SrKK ULOOMSBUHU,
Thopeoploof Columbia eounty should natron.
It thee agency when) losses If any aid settled uud
paid br one of theruwn eltUuns.
PIlOMlTNtoS. LOUITY. KMIt 1)E.LI.NU.
I'.uraber and gaa fitter. Hear of Schuyler's hard,
All klndsot nttlngs for steam, gas ;and water
pipes constantly on hand.
ltoonng and snouting atteudedto at short no
tice. Tinware of every description made to order.
Orders left at Nehujlor & C'o's., hardwaio store
Will Ixi promiilly Piled.
Kpoclal attention given to heating by steam and
-)N TUB KUHOl'KAN I'UR-
ltooms nro lieatcd by steam, well ventllate4 and
elegantly lumlslied. Huost liar and Lunch Couu-
tMeals'tovoVder at nil hours. Ladies and nents
restaurant rurnlilied with all delicacies of tho
,. Locntiou near I). US V, It. It. Depot, bcranton,
Pa. Mar V) if
3. B.SLiWELL, -
Z. aurEHBSNCEll, "F"
JIE approaching season culls
-1. into service the stovepipe
man a gentle reminder of an
ecpml necessity for CLOTHING.
Our stock for cool and the cold
er weather is prepared on a large
scale for Men, Youths, Hoys and
A. 0. YATES & CO.
G02-C(M-00(J CHESTNUT ST
M. C. SLOAN & BRO.,
CARRIAGES BUGGIES, PHAETONS.
SLEIGHS, PLATFORM WAGONS, &C.
First-class work always on hand.
REPAIRING NEA 1L Y DONE.
Price) rcducedto tuit the times.
when applied Into the B' WfAW RRV
nostrils, will bo nl. Wil?flM.DV.Vit
soi bed errec t u a 1 1 y
cleansing the head of
catarrhal urus, caus
ing uuaiiny secre
inallon, protects the
membrane ot the na
sal passages Horn ad
ditional colds, com
plelely hcalstlic sores
and re-tores w'liso ot
lusie and MiielL
ftur a I loim ou
Alilllr a nartlclc of twmwimm
the lluliii into faehn l.BiTB.
nostril. A few applications relieve. A thorough
treatment will cure. Agn-cable to use. send for
circular. 1'ilce 5i cents by mall or at druggists.
ULYUIIOniKKS, druggists, Onogo, N. V.
9 W ?e m m
Who iiUvays cives you the latest
Mylt's, and cuts your clothing to fit
you. Having hail tliu experience lor a
number ol yc;u in tho Tailoring Huni
iicss, has learned what material will
give his ciistouieis the best satisfaction
for wear and slylo and will try to
pleao all who give him a call. Also
Gents' Furnishing Goods
OP ALL IlESCltlPTIONS.
HATS, CAPS, AMD UMBRELLAS
Always of the latest styles. Call anil ex.
limine Ills stock Ut-loru purchasing else
where. Stcrs neni door to First National B&nk
Corner Main ifc Market Sts.
April 25-1 y
E. B. BROWER
OAS FITTING & STEASI HEATING.
All kinds of work in Sheet Iron, Roof
ing and Spouting promptly
Ifbtrlct attention given to heating by steam.
Corner of Main & East Sts.,
THE GLEU CITY MINES.
Having Reopened tho Glon City
Mint), wo are juepared to furnish tho
country trado with first class prepared
$3oo Fer Ton.
McAlarncy & Knight.
(IM'JN" 01'rT, l'A.
Oct 1 0-tw
ry II II0U8K,
HloOMSIICIKI, COI.L'MIIIA CoU.NTY, 1A
11 styles ot work douo In a superior manner, work
ku wiiBooTl'iiNby the use ot uas, and
treeot charge when ardflclal teeth
Olllco over Klclin's DriiR Btorc
lo be oven at all hourt dunng the doj
r HAVFEVERiiS M
THE "UO01 KXOUCSH"
. ' j filled direct by
Iiir tlin Can,
Till. In tlin
oer ofTercil to
FAR3ILY OIL CAN.
EVERY FAMILY SHOULD HAVE ONE,
tyUkUl MjinufacUirtna c,
V T-..l itt .... ...
..w ,miiiiiiik mi nn in, j r iimror inuie; an
Coiitenliioreiiiiio Kx plosions, Nn Coris to
railci'l III l.pti r fir wi.t L-
. 'T Kft KIlUCKINItipeil III WIISIO
inijiirciiiiio explosions. No Coris tc
use nn i.viiporaiiiiii AiwuiiKeiy Hare.
A lJlJvi'rmll lliMMelinld Necei.lty.
mil ha lis ix iiLooMMiniu iiy
I. W. IIAHTMAN A SON
FAHMKKS' l'HODUCK EXCHANOi:
AGENTS W ANTED H.
"Spy op the Rebellion."
isowftellttK bjrllis i'tntvf thotttandtf ho coiutll
Hon. OulybookontsLluU. TUo "SPY" rentals
maoT iecrrtt t.lhe war never beforo imUiFhfd. A
craimlo iwcountof tho connplncy to aennuBjnata
Llnrola. l'crlloin expcrlencrs of our FeDimt
Hpieu la tlia Uebel Ciitol; their heroio tnvcry
fully rotfoimtel lu tbcHu Tlvlil tkotclioa. Tho
"Spy" in tho moat thiiUlnff war book
ever ptibltahed Knttoricd ty liutiilrcits of
I'rcba ami AsoDta' tcolinmnlals. A largo Laud
eonio iKXik, C88 tmp-cfl: CrO illuitratlons.
I1TACENTS WANTED I
AGENTS 1 Thia book la mit-tftUnfj nil othtra.
Over ohehttu.trMthoutanluyitUiLllonb for agencies
liava Ven rocL-ivcd. W'a liuvo loanyngcuiu who
bavrtsnld fruiu tfnv f Jive hundred cn'iVj.
ityTho fcpY" Is told only by our
A trente and cau r.at bo found lu boo v stores.
Hlta to mcrcbaulii, ftti-tncr'.mftbautcii.and firry
hod, Abt,lutely the rasiett brk to tell ever
Inownt Vt'o waiitonnnsrntin tvrry Orand Array
l'oit mid In rvt ry tow nlilp ami county iii thoU.a.
i'tir full iiartli-ul jm and tmm to agents address
C. w. L'AUiUrroN' & co.,ruUlahcri, New York.
" OPtfXjTsF 2SQO
'"iVfil!" PHILADELPHIA SINGER
incHMinir Tutker, Ibinicr,
lxtX Of 4 lleilllllt'lK. Ullll linuW
uim,i cr. uinl ii.stmi ouitU irtM-htT
w. ptittH. warranito 3 iiart.
15 DAYS' lour aw ii
ill ohm- bi'forp yuu piiy
out' rent, Sa i4htr m win'
pue'imr nifpti(firiiir m thn
Uiulnl Mats tlam to vuilA
I ViIji vjTn: Tticy uru hiitid
jN(imi, dnr-vblp, nnd lipht
jTumiinir. Same at olier com.
eiBifichirot from t4Q lo tSO.
Purrhnp from in mill wuve send for
ctrculur itna I C. A. WOOD A. CO..
testimonials. 1 7 . Ttuth I'liltatl'm l'a.
H Tliu loudest nnd mni
pUTriimiy h it r i u
m liturd ii om out to
mo liiilui. I'.xivti
brf if nirt'llfo
Bia a A twin
Iirmtr tacold kava
t. hent trt-o. hv
m.lll.for pptita In
And L'ft otir rulHUiirut tit
5iit. KavElllet. etc. Addrta
It i.nni I a i.f.sov .t rn..
Sept -i i:Jt,-cov.
Illustrated Ainerican ."X:.0.:
Ac. Thousands fold in the West. 2o farmer can af
ford to It xclthout it, l.ODk-UT iiosM.ii uaji:
It U the bet worlt of tho kind I tcr euw."
Trice: cloth, $ft leather, Kent jircputd.
Agents Wanted. Exclusive Territory Oiven.
Jiulckcrliotkcr Nuhaci tptlou Acucy,
r. O. Box bUO. I J J NiSdAv :T., New Voiik.
fct U-4w r
N hi dj t
ti hi 'my !
uiit r 4
nn h tumnj: i
I'i.a.k s mi Hio
n r e v n i
tjkletii. U 0
niatk.il U ( r
y.ty I KI.
Ia!'iiiu vjjl .1 1 ht
. 'v JFi"" tf x"ae
ORGAN AND PIANO GO.
l64TfemonlSl..Boilon. 4GC.I4lh SI. (Union Eq.i
N.T. l49Wabatli Ave, Chlcagc.
Oct !l I iv
Foil WOMi:N oIToih suporlor courses or studj In
coHene. Kclectlc, mid I'lcpnrAtory Departments
iiUiln.MualonndAII. llcilwl bv hleam anil tur
ulbhed Willi nn elevutor. Adilivsa
A. W. COWl.CS, I). 1)., Llinlra, N. V.
Oct. a-nv d
WiiSTED oh SLAJVf
EXPKNSKS PAH) : Milesmen for tho Honker
XurMMkM Kxtnblhlied I8-5. All the newest nnd
bent nortsot fruit and onuineutal lieex, Mims sc.
bend for Terms.
II. K. IIOOKCIt COMPANY.
Sept 93.Au Kooheatcr, N, V,
Willi Hanoter's Tailor system you can cut Diesses
to ill, wlUiuul oral lilruciloiiH. Dress-uiakers
jirouoiincc It perfect. Price lor System Hook and
ikjuuio i ruciut; iieei, u.ju.
A S)slein, Hook and Wheel will bo scut on receipt
or ii.iw. .uurcs
JOHN C. IIANOVlJII, Cincinnati, O,
r lunmrYb HEI.IAllI.i: JIKS losell
X M. Ij". our bowU A full lino
of r'rult and Ornamental TretK, slirub dr.ipo
Vines. Hovs, Ac. Njveral liunda'd vailelles In
slock. Ali Introducer and solo proprietor of
.Mooltir.s DIAMOND drape. Liberal terms to
agents. J, ! liclaiii., iirisiuoo, a, v.
T. UMII A liandsomo VASI. f.AMI' l?u
h PnPl'RR wltU a 1 order for Tea and corf,
g yUjJ Jjfl ee. An Iron Slono CIIAMIIKU
nieces, or a liamlsoino IlliO.NZK IIANOINO UIP
tlven wlllia tiooider, A CIIAMIIKU MKT ot 1U
pieces, wltn blue, maioon or piuk u.ina or an ikon
STONrl CHINA 'iV. SKl'ot W pieces, ora (1I.ASS
kt nr.'Ji nieces Chen Willi a ill! order. HAND.
SO.M1I PHHMIUMS, consMliii,' of Decorated Clilna
ware in lea els, aisu uiuuer auti leu M'tscoin.
blued, anil Chamber bcln, etc., etc., KUen with
nnlerd Mr 118. I JO. ia. KM and l.v). send ror clrcu.
lur. which "IllfHn ou lull particulars. (HtAND
Wilkes untie, ra. neauiiuar
ters ) r'rout btrect, ev
HlrUHSKNTa TDK rOLLOWIKQ
AMKKIOAN IN3UH.VN0U COJII'ANIEB
North American ot Philadelphia,
Krankilu, " "
1-ennsyivanla, " "
York, of I'liuusylvanla,
Hanoi er, of N. Y.
oueens, of Iiudon,
North Hrltlsh, of U)udon.
omco on Markot .SUect, No, 0, llloomsburg.
SBXJUG, PA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER
Lots of People Say,
Hero is Kol Id
A 1 TESTIMONY
Hnril Working Men.
MncblnM nnd llnlldcr.
"t hT0 been troubled jean with kidney and
bladder amenity. After using fonr bottles of
Hum's (Kidney and Liver IUmeiiy I have been
'completely cured." WIlIlaE, C. Clatk, Mason nnd
... "Health 1 1 better thin wealth.1
Jlr. Oenrco Knrg. Machinist, 1138 Tlldso Ave.,
Phllnflcliili a. l'a.. f a v. : MM v
I was quite a jouiir lad by hating weak kidneys.
I hat o used Just six bnttlesof Hunt's Kidney and
Mvcrl Hutmir. nnd I solemnly proclaim, 'I feel
jlko n new man.'"
"Good counsel has no price, obey It."
Mr. Henry Williams, Mechanic, East Bridge
port, Conn., says: "About two months ngo I
caught a heavy cold, which settled In my ktdnct t.
I got n bottle of Hunt's Kidney and Llrcrl
Hemedt nnd tt lih tho first dose began to getwell."
"Light suppers makes long lives."
Frank 11. Leo, offlco N. Y. 0. & H. It. It. Llttlo
Falls, N.Y., Juno 8, 1M1. says: ''.My father, 01
yours old, had severo kidney mid bladder dlgcaso
for SO years, urination enuring acnto pain. Tho
weakness was s. great ho was obliged to wear a
rubber bag. Twclto bottles of Hunt's Kidney
IIcmedt completely cured him, nnd wo consider It
remarkable. Wo cheerfully recommend It."
"Deeds nro better than words."
Hunt's Kidney and Liver Hemedt has stood
tho toitof time. It hnsbeen before the public for
twenty years, nnd has cured every year thousands
of pcoplo sulTcrlng from varlons diseases of tho
Kidneys and Liver, and kindred disorders, who had
failed to got relief from doctors nnd who expected
never to ho enrcd. Thousands of testimonials
from such person attest its taluc. Send for book.
Sold by alt druggists. Trlco S1.53. 0
HUNTS ItEMKDY CO., Providence, II. I.
' X. CltiTTKNTO.N, dcncral Agent, N. T.
the nopi'W favorite for tlrt
lii2 the iiair, lvetoiin5 the c .lor
when gr.i)',and jre cnt ing 1 'an
clruff. It cteanic tlie fc.iljt,
stop the hair falling, an J ii
sure to please.
50 and 51. H2C at Iiruccu.
Ihe Best Cough Cure you can tuo
and the best known preventive of Cun.timptirm,
l'ARlcrR'sToNIC kfrt In a home la a sentinel to
keep sickness out. Used discreetly It keeps the
bluod pure and the Stomach, Liver and Ki.Inc i
in workins order. Coughs and Colds vanish be
(ore it. It builds up the heiltli.
if you sutler from Debility, Skin Eruptions,
Cough, Asthma, Dyspepsia, Kidney, Urinary t r
reni.de Complaints, or any disorder o( the L'iti
Stomach. Dowels, l!ltod or Nerves, dvi't v. lit
Jay J It
uill rive ou new life and i20r.
1IISCOX i: CO.. N. Y.
Sold by Druggists.
Larc saving buying $i hizc
Thero Is no medium through which
diseaso 00 often attacks tlio system
as by Constipation, and thero is no
other ill ilesh is heir to.moro apt to
he neglected, from tho fact material
inconvenienco may not bo immediato
y felt from irregular action of tho
bovek When thoro is not regular
action, the retention of decayed and
effeto natter, with its poisonous
gases, soon poisons the wholo system
by being absorbed into it, causing
piles, fistula, headache, impure blood
and many other serious aUoctions.
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS will
immediately relieve, and one bottlo
positively euro or relieve any case
of Constipation. " ,
"Was troubled for a year with
torpid liver and indigestion, and after
trying everything imaginable, used
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS. Tho
first bottle revived me and the second
cured mo entirely." J. S. Williamson.
Rochester, N. Y.
ARE CURED BY THE
Hosts of pooplo lua r.nX recommend tMn por
ous plaa'er bccausoUij tho atroicreat and best I
ever lenown. Vboa Applied to nny cort of uoi-o-
iicss, or woakccaj, itacti inatantly,rcruvinc
pain end stronsthcnlnj tho parti, rrcpiretf
from Duriruntly Pitch, Canada raUam, wxd tho 1
entire laedicliiil virtuciof frtsU Hcpa. They
nsver burn or irritato .ilwaya owthc, Bttaiu
lato and sti'enztheu woai av.S Urcd lausdcd.
Quick relief for euddoa pains. All ready to a j
ply. ITop Plaster aio o;d by all acazzra, s&o. ,
C forJl.OO. Hailed on receipt of price,
nop ri.i3Trr.C03irA:r',Ec8;3u Maau.
ORNAMENTAL IRON FENCES
OF CAST CH WHOUGI1T IHON.
TS8 followlne shows the Picket Gothic, ono of
uiuscviTJi ueamnuibou'doi teuco niauuiaciurca
by tho utulcrblL'iKHl.
For 110.1111 v nnd llurnhllltv thev nro unsuma&s
M. M't up bj-epeileiiocU hnnda and warranted
I'rices and Hpcoimoiis
signs scut lo any adores.
of other do-
17HKAS llllOWN'S INHUHANCK
P AdKNt'Y. Mojcr'a new hulidlnir. Vnlu btrLtt
A ssct s.
:tna Insuraneo Co., of Hartford, t'oun jT.oTd.i.'-JO
lloyal or l.luniool 13,wi,uj
Uro Association, riilladt'lplua ), 101,710
1'liuiiilx, of Lomlon 5,iiui,37(l
IfliiUon K Lancashire, ot Hnglaud l.icj.ICO
Hartford of ll.irtlord .l,'TO,o.v)
HprlutU'ia l ire uud Marino i'.us.'.em)
As tho asencles nro direct, policies nro written
(orthe Insuinl without delay I11U10 onico at
Uioomsuunr, uci, ro, 'ni
W. R. TUBB8, PROPRIETOR
01TOSITK COUUT UOUSB.
Larje nnd convenient sainolo rooms.
1101 unu voin waier, ana uu
SLUM- IIV Tllll RI1A.
Friends, wlson you think I am llku toitli.
Carry 1110 whoro tho sea Is roaring i
There 011 my last bed let 1110 lie,
And list lo llio lougwavo landward poutlng-
And ever repeating
The cry It cried, when It first was Imrlod,
Willi injrlad shocks
O11II10 ban Icr rocks
In the very birthday of tho world.
And-lf 1 could die w Ithlii sound of the sea
Tho voices ot all who o'er loved nnd know-mo
To mingle with her who Is dearest to inc.
Its murmur would hrlng-to sleep to woo me
And plaliilltcly sobbing
As erst It sighed when the night and morn
Had faded away
Oflhe first falrday,
When (his beaitlllul world of ours was born.
Oh, there, In nehnielijnrd, high on n cliff,
In how deep it sleep, from a vain endeavor
Of longing and life, I could rest mc-lf
'the sea lis wild lullaby sang foiever.
And still icipcatlng
The cry It ciled, when It ilrt was hurled
Willi 111) 1 1 1,1 olincks
On llieli.iiilet iiK-ks
In the very MHI.d.iyof Die not Id.
Tho involution which electricity ii
tlcstincil to mnku in moilorn wnrfaro in
ns yet only in its infnnuy. The latest
invention of Mr. Miin is however, an
earnest of the thing.) th.it yet shall bo.
Tho invention ia nn electrical training
gear, fo eoutrivtil Hint by tho simiilo
movement of tho hnmllu tho hcaviost
gnu mny bo Inrnctl by n single man, mid
with tho greatest oa.se, in nny direction.
Von jmll a handle to the right, nnd tho
breach of the gun moves to tho right; to
tho left, nudit moves to tho left. You
raiso tho handle, nnd tho gun is
deprossod nt tho muzzlo ; you depross
tho handle, and tho gun is raised. This
training gear was applied a day or two
ngo to oho of tho 113-ton guns at Garri bod
Point Fort, nnd tho preliminary trial
showed thnt ono man could train tho
gun with tho greatest nicety. Ono may
expect Providence to bo very much on
tho fildo of tho big guns when a H8-ton
gun comes to bo iiimed at quickly msv
ing objects ns easily as if it wero a pis
tol or a walking stick.
Dr. Forster's Patient,
Well, doctor, limv is tho pntiont
this moniiiiR ?" nsl;eit .Tolm Cirltou,
nnxiety plainly dopictod upou his hon
"No better, 11ml yet no worse," was
llcnry Forster's answer.
"Do you tlunUsho will pull through?"
"God knowHl I hope nnd pray so.
I'll bo hero nt threo o'clock. "
With this answer, Dr. Forstcr went
down tho steps and stepped into his
As ho drovo oil' Jlr. Carlton gnvo a
long, low whialle, and iaid to himsolf,
"Well, I novor heard a doctor wish so
fervently for a patient's recovery." Ami
thou ho called in a low voice, "Mary,
Mary, como out here."
In answer a hushed voico cflmo
"Don't (.peak bo loud, John ; I'll bo
thero in a moment."
Almost before, tho voico had died
away, Mary Carlton was boaido her
She, was a fair woman ; not beautiful,
in tho common acceptation of tho term,
but with a faco such ns uuo loves to look
upon ; ono which expivssed tho nobility
of her character. Altogether, a goodly
"Well, Jolm, what is it? What
makes you look so thoughtful ?"
" Why, l'vo been thinking about Dr.
Forstcr nnd our bick guest," said he.
"Havo you noticed anything peculiar
in his manner i"
"Xow John 1 Do you think womon
nro blind ? I'll tell you bomething.
'i'ho night tho poor girl was brought
hcio from tho tcrriablu laihoail collision,
nuil Dr. Foister was called in, I was tho
only 0110 with her, as you will remem
ber. I was standing on ono side of tho
bed when tho doctor camo up, nnd I
saw linn start, mill Ins luco grow palu
death. Ho was himself in a moment,
nnd attending to her wounds, but I
made up my mind thun and there that
ho know her, and that thero had been
something between them. Then, just
before bho had tho 1 elapse, when ho was
Ix'nding oer her to attend a bandage,
heard her murmur, ' O Henry !' So I
nm sure tnetois bomething to bo mended
between those tuo.'
It's very oiuioui," mid Mr. Carlton,
anil then ho told his wife of tho expres
sion used by tho doctor in leaving.
Dr. Forstor, ouo of the subjects of
this conversation, was in tho meantime
driving slowly along to his next patient,
and ns lio ill ()o his mind was busy. Ho
was not what 0110 could call a good-look.
ing man ; rather tho roverboj but his
oyes wero tho redeeming feature. They
wero deep grey, clear and honest
looking. Ho was slightly inclined to
stoutucsH, and of medium height. His
faco looked na though ho had seen
trouble, lint, withal, this Dr. Foibter
was not above two mid thirty.
Ho made few intunato friends, but
still was very popular. John Carlton
was ono of tlioso few.
Some six years previous to hislooatiug
In Jamesvillo, IJr. Forstor had been a
btrnggling young physician in a crowded
Eastern city. It was up-hill work, nnd
ho was just beginning to get n paying
practice, when, nt a friend's house, ho
met Alice Maymiril, n charming girl,
and tho belle of 1', With him it was
a case of love at llrst sight. Ho was
madly, despcratoly in lovo with her be
fore ho had been her a half dozen times.
Alice was tho only daughter and
heiress of I'ombertou Muynard, a ro
tired iron merchant. ,His wealth was
estimated at millions, unil ho had been
heard to bay that "no beggar should
marry his daughter."
Dr. Foibter called often on Alice, and
had reason to hope his attentions wero
acceptable. Finally ho put his courage
to tho tost, and told her of his lovo, and
heard Alice say tho sweetest words ho
had over heard spoken that she, had
They llvod a brief whilo in a fool'i
paradise, until llually it broko upon Dr,
Forstcr that ho must ask Tapu May
nnriVs consent. Alioo had told him ot
iter tears tnat lier lather would never
consent, but Forstor laughed, at what ho
called her silly teirors.
Ho camo of n good old family, though
thero was not much money in it nt
present, uud things wero lookiug bright
for him. Whilo ho could not offer
Alico a homo such as sho had becu
accustomed to, yet ho could miiko he
comfortable, and tho fnot that xhe loved
Iiiln, nnd was willing to put up with
what ho had to offer, gavo him courage.
Ho ono day, 11 day long remembered bj
him, ho called lo tea l'embcrton May.
Hard, lo afk tho hand of his only daugh
ter in marriage.
Tho footman ushered him into tho
merchant's library, whero Mr. Mayiiard
"Ah I good morning. Dr. Forstcr.
To what nm I indebted for tho ploomiro
of this visit?" was 1'embcrton MaynanVs
Tho doctor was taken back for n
moment, but recovered himself nnd
"Mr. Mnynnrd, I coma to you this
morning upon n very delicate mission,
hut 0110 in which my wholo happiness is
involved, and 1 Impo to bo successful,
Tho long nnd bhort of it is that I lovo
your daughter Alice, and che lovca me.
nnil I havo called to ask your consent
to our marriaga"
"Tho douce you havo ! Well, young
man you impress 1110 with your immoiibo
oiler. What in the mischief havo you
got to support n wife upon? Why- why,
you yon poor miserable upstart of n
medical college, Xo, No, n thousand
times no 1 Get out of my house, and
never let your foot cioss my IhroHhold
"llut Mr. Maynard "
"James 1 James !' ringing n bell ; and
as James appeals, "Show this man out
nt once, and as you value your position,
never admit him into my honsu ngain."
'Mr. Mnynard, your language is
entirely uncalled for," mid Dr. Forstcr ;
you need havo no fear ; I Mill never
place myself within tho 10 oil of 11 man
who docs not understand oven tho
commonest laws of hospitality. Your
daughter loves me, and I love her, and
I defy you lo Kcpar.ito us. Good-moiu-iug!"
"Ono moment, young man," said
rcmlortoii Maynanl. "You defy me.
Well and good, but sooner than boo my
daughter tho wifo of buch a beggar ns
you, 1 would kill her now. So j-ou mny
treasure that up. Alieo has nlwys been
mi obedient girl, anil sho will now. One
week from to-day sho will bo married to
Malcolm Hill, a man after my own heart,
and whoso foituuo equals mine. Aud
now, my jouug Lochinvar, I bid you
Dr. Forstcr left tho house like n man
in 11 dream. Ho went to his lodgings,
and immediately wioto Alice, detailing
tho interview nnd begging and pleading
with her to elope with him. Ho told
her that after what her father had said
ho could not no to the house. Ho would
not ask her to meet him anywhere, but
would wait witli all the patience ho
Ho posted this letter tho samo after
noon. That night ho slept but littlo.
The next morning ho received his
answer by mail. For tome timo after
reading tho letter Alico Maynard had
written him ho sat as if turned to htouo ;
it ran thus .
"My Dear Dr. Forster : Your favor
of this muniing just received. I think
it is ipiito timo now to inform jouthat
our nice littlo Halation should end. I
havo enjoyed it hoghly, as I havo no
doubt you huvo. 1 tliank you for tho
many pleiibant bonis I have'liaiL
"I forgot to tell you that I am to bo
married next Weduebiky to Malcolm
UUL slu ireuiV.
Dr. Forster presently roso from his
seat and gavo himself a shake. "So
that ends it 1" he said, His faco had an
Ho seemed in those fow short minutes
havo decided upon what to do, aud
commenced doin- it quickly. Ho packed
hat fow things ho possessed, paid what
few bills ho owed, and having settled
with his landlady to take caro of his
things until ho could bend for them,
left tho city thnt evening on a southern
train. He went to
.mania, mut at mat
point leal mil that the old physician at
Jamesvillo had died, and thero was o
good opening. He nt onco went there.
iioin the Urst ho becamo popular.
Homo thrcii weeks previous to tho
opouiug of our story there had been a
railroad accident near Carlton's placo,
aud ono of the wounded was brought to
his houbo. Sho was a young woman of
about twenty-sK, suipassingly fair.
Hur wounds wero very borious, and to
uiuko matters worse sho had an attack
Dr, Forster recognized her nt onco as
Alico Maynard, but now, 03 ho thought,
Mrs. Molcolm Hill.
After days of anxious nursing Alioo
began to mend, aud as sho grow bettor
Dr. Forster's visits grow less frequent.
Mrs Carlton ono day said quito sud
denly to hor guest :
" lly tho way, you havo not told mo
your name yet"
Alioo smiled languidly and said :
"l6upposed Dr. Forstorhad told you
"No," said Mrs. Carlton. "I havo
always felt that Dr. Forstor know you,
but lm has never mentioned your name."
"les," said Alice, "wo know each
other, nnd I nm surprised that ho has
boon bo reliceut. I aw called Alioo
Just nt this moment Dr. Forster wos
ushered into tho room, ond after tho
usual greeting, Mrs. Carlton said :
. -ajocior, wny nut you not toll mo
Miss Mayunrd'n nnmo ?"
& Burprisou 1001c was on tlio youua
man h faco us ho said
'Mrs. Carlton. I snprwsed this lrulv
was iuis. Malcolm Hill. Am I not cor
root?" ho asked, turiiiua to Alioo,
"i don l uudei-Hlauu, IJr. Forster,
how you could tupposo such a thing.
havo novcr boon uiauied, nnd I am suro
I uover gave you ejuso to think so. It
is a surpiiba to mo."
Whilo Alico had been sayiug this Mrs.
Carlton had (dipped out, forhho thought
thero might Jbo something for them to
Dr, Forster was thankful for this con
Eideiatioii. for ho was anxious to hear
what Alico had to say,
" Mibs Maj mud, you surprise mo.
hnvo imagined for six years that you
wero tlio wifo of Malcolm Hill. When
I received your nolo telling mo that you
wero goiug to marry him I left P , and
havo uover heard from thero Binoe.'1
" Miy, I novor wioto yuu a line in
my mo 1 saul Alice, beginning to seo
tomo light. "Tell niu ubout it, Dr
"You never wrote mo n lino in your
lifo? Did j on not iiceivo my lettor
telling you of my iuteniow with your
lather- how ho tioatod mo? And
asked you to tlopo with 1110," bicath
Usly replied Dr. Foister.
"J never leeeivt'd in all IllV lifo
THE COLUMBIAN, VOL. X1X.N0 4t
COI.UMlllA UKMOCltAT, VOI..SLIX, NO 91
scrap ot wiitui! trou! y, i,a baro
nlways wonito.eil wketlu" vo'.l saw my
father, mid what the 10 tilt Wiv. 'Ilia
third day after 3 saw joii for tho last
time, toy father was found dead ill his
"Good heavens I" s.ild Dr. Foister.
"What I have sulTcied thioilgh my own
folly I Miss Maynard, I can to.l you
now what I wrolo." Ami ho 1 elated nil
that had passed lx'tween him nnd her
father, aud told her til it he had written
to her, nnd lecciutl nn nuswer. That
letter of het'J, which ho had nlways
kept, ho would produce. And on hor
sido she told him how much sho had
suffered during that time, and how sho
had excused him in her heart, but had
never for ouo moment thought him
After long talking over old matters
tho doctor left Alico, to letiirn tho samo
evening. When ho did bo ho lnoiight
tho letter nnd showed it to her. Sho
at oueo piououuced it a forgery. It had
evidently becu written at tho instigation
ol Pembertou Mnyn.ud.
After n littlo desultory conversation,.
Dr. Forster bald :
"Alice, I loved you with n young
mnu's lovo six years ngo, nnd had it not
been for my want of feonso, wo might
have b.-H'ii married aud living happily.
Now I lovo you with nil tho old-timo
fervor, but with the maturer man's
nature. Is it too lato to fulfil our
dreams of happiness ?"
" No, Henry, for I havo always loved
, It is bcnrcely neulfnl to add that in
a few weeks there was n wedding nt
John Ciultou's house, and tho worthy
host and .hostess w ero delighted to boo
thnt Dr. Forster's faco had brightoucd
nnd that ho looked younger. Thoy
showered down blessings pon tho
bride and nearly created n dearth in tho
. . . . ....
neo crop when tho ciuriago with tho
happy conplo drovo off.
A bU.NDAV SCHOOL &TOIIV.
Tho teacher was explaining about
Solomon ad his wisdom.
"'Now, dears, who was tho great
qiioou who traveled so many miles and
miles to seo this king i"
Silence prevailed in tliv elass.
"Whv, you do knw, all of you. Tho
luecn who camo to see tho king?"
Tho naino had been forgotten bytho
class. In order to help them, tho kind
and misguided teacher began to offer a
" xou ilo know, 1 am sine Tho uamo
begins with S, nnd bho was n very groat
Just then up shot a littlo hand, nnd
out spoko tho triumphant voice of tlio
littlo nuburn-hiiired girl. Sho trnnsuxod
tho listening school-ioom with tho
following brief statement :
" I know, it wo3 the queen of spades."
not (ir;.NUiNi; iuisiimi:n
Irclaudhoslougbecu the fertile mother
of poets, of orators, and of agitators.
All her greatest ngitntors hnvo boon
genuine Irishmen ; but tho chief Irish
poets and orators havo displayed wider
sympathies aud less exc'.utivo tastes,
mair; of their days having boon passed
and their most noteworthy works hav
bcen produced in England. Swift pro
tested against being styled nn Irishman,
nillrming that ho was an Englishman
dwelling in Ireland. Mooro shrewdly
bnid of Swift that "his patriotism was
littlo moro than a graft of English
faction on nn Irish stock." Goldsmith
wns a citizen of tho world, possessing
tho happy gift of making himself nt
homo nnd beloved everywhere, liurko
attained a foremust place nmong tho
greatest English stntesmon. Rich of
these men is a bric-lit stiir in tlin F.ttrr.
I lish literary Urmamcut. wt itnun mirrlit
imvo nchiovod so envinblo 11 pooition
had his whole lifo lccn bpent in his
native laud. Mooro's naina is closely
associated u itli Ireland ; ho is also ono
tho fow Irish poets wliwso writings
aro as much admired and whoso memory
is as warmly cherished in England as in
tho land of his birth. Whilo known and
honored as "Tho Hard of Erin," and
loving Iroland heartily, Moore was
never moro nt homo and happier than in
Loudon, as tho pet of uoblo ladies, tho
ossociato of noble lords.
that eats onions can koop a
Tin: iio.n.iN (iiu:n'o.
Tlio proposed domolitioii of tin) IV).
man ghetto Is a matter of great interest
to nrtiBts and archioologists. IVogardinu
It iu impractical light, it is certainly a
step toward roform, and is hi entire
accordance with tho spirit of freedom
and humanity that 'is tho ideal ot pros
cut Italy. Historically, tho uhettu is a
monumont to oppiession nnd rnco pro.
judico; ltd narrow uud gloomy streets
havo witnessed excesses of cruelty nnd
despair. Tho fresh air and clear snu
iignt aro powerless to iiiiimtuo it or
render it wholesome. It is a part of tho
Homo that is pasbiug out of actuality
into history, and tho sooner and moro
effectually it is re'egated to its own
plaoo among past things tho better for
tho Homo of living ltomaus.
Tho ghotto itself dates Imek only threo
ceisturlos, to tho timo when Paul IV.,
in his papal bull iu ISM, designated it
as tho obligatory dwelling plaeo for tho
Jews. Their colonization in Homo
began with tho arrival of a uumlicrof
Jews, who followed Pompey ou his
return from tho first conquest of Jeru
salem. They bettled iu Trastvcro, nearly
opposite tuo present glietto, ami, as
their number ineroaied, their settlement
extended into tho Valley of Kgorin.
iVmericau archie logists need not Ihj
reminded of tho oxcavntions mndo a fow
years siuco in tho Jewish cemetery near
tho Appian way.
It is icasdiiablo to hope for treasures
still richor and of greater siguitlcanco to
art and history whenever tho domolitiou
of tho glietto shall tako placa Tho
removal of tho old landmarks will
undoubtedly bo mndo with tho greatest
euro and intclliijeiico, under tho diroo-
tion of Bomo of tho dsvotod archioologists
of tho city. Much, indeed, has liceu
lost uud destroyed. Goths, Vaudals,
ilro and tho sword havo swept over tho
place. Tho heathens pillaged tho treas-
uves of Home, and, later, tho Inquisition
robbed tho Jews. Yot it is lUmott cer-
Int.. II. nl 1..- il... .1 1 , ,
nun uiiiitT uiu noori1, or ouricii
lieucath tho thresholds of these miser
able abodes, given over lo docuv aud
darltuess, will be fount wealth of uinnoy
and Jewels, boiiio uf them, porhapa,
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Yearly mlvertlnemcntu pnynblo niiarlerly. Tran
nlonl advert Ivmentg must bo palit for tictoro In.
wrlril vxrept where panics limo necountH.
Iz-KalnilwrtLsemonlstwodollars per Inch tot
three Insertlona, and at that rain for additional
Insert Ions Ithout reterenco to lenirlh.
Kxeeutor Administrator's, nnd Tiudltort no
tices three dollars.
Transient or Local notices, ton cents A line, reg
ular udiertlsements halt rates.
rnni in the "Uuslneia Directory" column, on
ollar a ) e r for each line.
plcitgetl to luwisii money-lenders by
Popes nnd noblemen, vvIio-hi iinmrs worn
Upon tho liooks of tho Hcbrows.
Still deeper in tho earth, nnd ttill
moro removed in timo nml history, will
bo found relics of Imicrinl Homo, when,
instead of tho Bipinllid housos of tho
ghetto, nroso upou this site tho stately
porticos of Octavia nnd tho theatres of
Unlbus nnd Mnrcellit . From tho his
toric earth of this site has already
cmorgod tho Venus of Praxiteles. His-
tortnns assure us that many ttatuos not
less valuable had tho'r niches in theao
superb theatres; that marbles chiseled
by tho foremost sculptors of tho timo
nro known to havo adorned tho scenes;
nnd that in tho theatre of llalbus wero
no loss than soventy-llvo equestrian
Images In bronze, cfligie.s of as ninny
friends of Alexander tho Grent, nnd
modeled by his command by tho artist
Lysippus. When the wor'.c of demoli
tion shall begin, students of art nnd
history will bo ou hand to witness tho
excavations. It will In an occasion of
Importance, and, peilmp, of oxcito
menti and it is simply iinpossibla to
calculate beforehand what treasures
will Ik) revealed or what new light will
bo thrown uion history by tho clearing
away of thesa ancient haunts of terror,
avarico nnd misery.
THIS I'l.IOIlT Ol' HUAIUINd-IIIItim.
Tlio humming-birds nro small (tho
largest species nttniiiing to at wut tho
size of a swallow, tho smallest not much
larger than n bumblo-lsoc) nnd of deli,
cato Btructura They aro famed for
their magnificent plumage, which almost
nlw.iys displays metallic tints. Their
flight does ndt resemble that of any of
our native birds, lseiug m.untn'ncd by
rnpid vibrations of tho wings, which
enablo them to remain apparently
motionless in ouo siwt for a consider
able time. Their pasn.vga from placo to
place is effected by a borios f rapid
darts, nlmimt too swift for Mho eyo to
follow. Tnov flight mig:it, perhaps, lj
best compared to that of a moth. Like
theso insects, tho humming-birds hover
for a long timo over a Uowcr. sinpinn
tho honey with their long, thin bill, nnd
in other particulars also in color nnd
form, for example humming-birds and
moths offer some remarkable parallels.
Representatives of o.ich may bo fouud
to distinguish betweon which needs a
closo scrutiny, and whicli, when on tho
wing might perplex tho best observer.
To all outward nppearauoojtho humming
birds nro birds when at rest, insects
when in motion.
ixovi:its oi' Tissui: imi'iik.
Stationers oro lotwrtiug largo sales of
imported tissuo papers sinco tho crazo
for making decorative articles of this
inexpensive material began. This lianor
is produced iu every conccivablo shade,
and in gradation tints; aud in tho hands
of ingenious persons of artistic tastes,
nndorgocs wonderful transformations iu
placqucs, flowers, fans, screens, dolls,
mats, picture-frames, grates and hang
ings. Another demand on tlio tissuo
paper trado nro tho paper balls and
parties, whero guests appear attired in
piottwesquo costumes composed of tis
Tho microscopic deleiminntiou of tho
ditlercnt qualities of iron nnd steel U
now regarded ns ono of tho most valu
able aids iu metallurgical industries.
Thus, tho crystals of iron nro doublo
pyramids, iu which tlio proportion of
tho axis to tho b.ues varies with tho
quality of tho iron; tho smallness of the
crystals and tho height of tho pyramids
composing each element nro iu propor.
tion to tho quality aud density of tho
metal, which uru been also iu the llne-
ucss ot the sutfuoo, aud, as tlio propor
tion of tho carbon diminishes iu tho
havo so much tlib
iron and tlio lower
steel tho crystals
less height, lu pig
qualities of hard
approoch moro clotcly tho cubic form.
Forged iron has its lyiumuls ihitteued
and reduced to supei posed parallel
leaves, whoso structure constitutes what
is called tho nervo of tho steel, and tho
best quality of steel has all its crystals
disposed in parallel lines, each crys
tal tilling iu tho interstices between
tho angles of tliosu adjoining, tlieao
crystals having their axis iu tho dirco-
1011 of tho peioiibsiou they1 undergo
during tho workiug. Practically, good
bteel lias tho npieaiance, inleroscopio
ally, of largo groups of btnutlful
Tho Cuban sonoriU is rather small
quito plump, has raven black hair.
plenty of it, nod largo block eyes, whieii
bho kuows how to use Tho schools are
uuder tho control of tho ltomau Citli-
olio Church, tho sexes attending differ
ent schools. From tho fact that girls
nro m Btrictly separated from tlio Ikvb
at Bchool and other public places, it
follows that a distrust of tho other box
is installed into tho youthful mind. No
woman can go 011 tho street alono ; sho
must havo n scrawuy female companion
or two or throo servonts. Even tho
lover cannot seo his Diilciuca alono.
Ho must do his courting iu tlio prcsenco
of ouo or moro ancient Indies, who
watch every smilo and hear ovory ex
pression of cudonrmeut. Occasionally
those lovo-sick creatures steal to a
comer and; iudulgo iu u littlo deJbrous
embracing. Tho Cuban girl makes an
affectionate wifo aud is fully matured at
twelve yours, frequently liaving quito a
largo family at twenty. As is usual in
hot climates sho loses her beauty early
and makes tho ugliest old woman on
tho two hemispheres.
"SICK AS A HOllSli"
Sickness or nausea is mobt commonly
relieved by vomiting. A horse is uiiablo
I to vomit, because its diaphragm is not a
oomploto partition iu tlifl abdomen, per.
loratod only by tho ftullet, and against
which'tho stoniaoli can bo compressed
ly tho abdominal miisles, as is tho oaso
in unn. Ileuco its nausea is not at
oueo removable, ami is moro iiotablo
Home without a mother is a plaoo
whero tho rattan is substituted for a
j;0i 5 Bippor,