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mjmbun, Consolidated. '
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ot llio publlslicrsunuujl rtrrtftrnifesfttopaliS.iut
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All paper sent out of the Btatooi to distant Post
onico must ba piid forlnavince,unti!siarospot..
nolo parson in Columbia coufity .assumes to nay
viio sUbaorlpilonauooaacmaliir. - " - "
JO B PRINTING.
Tho.Tob Printing ."apartment otttio' Coujmbiah
Hrerycomploto. It contains tho latest new typo
anl inAclilnery ana Is tbo only onice that runs fob
presses by power, (flying us the best facilities. Ka
unites furnished on laro Jobs.
Legal advertisements two aonanj ier ;
three Insertions, nnd at, that rate for additional
insertions without reference to length.
Executor's, Administrator's, and Auditor's no
tlces three dollars.
Transient or Local not Ices, t en cents n lino, reg
ular advertisements half rates.
Cards In the "lluilness Directory" column, on
dollar a J ear for each line.
J K BITTEMBEMheti. r?prioton.
BLOOMSBUEGr, PA., FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1886.
THE COLUMBIAN, VOL. XX NO 34
OOLUMUIA DBMOOHAT, VOL.!., NO IS
I ml if Mt It i it it
r E. WALLER, '
1 tiloouisburg, Pa
OITlco over 1st. National llank.
to- U. FUNK,
Offlce In Knt's Ilulldln-
J OUN M. OLAHK,
ATTOHN E Y-AT-L AW,
JU3TI0K OP -THE PEACE.
ones over Moyor Bros. Drug store.
Ofllco In Drowor's bulldlng.setond rtoor.room No. 1
i) FRANK Z-VKR.
ATTO I IN E Y-AT-L AW.
, Uloomsburg, Pa.
omaa corncr,of Centre aud Main Strets. Clark 1
Building. """"" "
Can bo consulted In Oerm&n.
"1 El). E. ELWELtl
O.Hco nn First lloor. front rdom ol Col
umbia: IliiUUlni!, M.iln street, below Ex
pAUL E. WIRT,
Ottlco In Columbian usildinu, Room No. a, second
8 INORK. I" 8.W1NT1H8TBIN.
KNORli & WINTER3TEEN,
omco lu 1st National Bank building, second noor
nrst door to the left. Corner ot Main and Market
streets uloomsburg, Pa.
i6S"Pensiont and Bounties Collected.
J II. MAIE,
Ottlco in Maize's bulldHg. 'over IUllmcver'a grocery.
p V. 1MLI.MEYER,
(DISTRICT A TT011NE V.)
iKl-nnico over Dcntlcr's bIioo store,
lHoomsburp, Pa. , - -T".0.
JOHN C. YOCUM. c- R onrart."
YOCUM & (JEYER,
(Oftlce' froritsult oV rooms '011 second door of
nkwsItem bulldlnir.) . ...
tWCAN BE CONSULTED IN C1EHMAN. M
Mmtwr of sham and Allenian's Lawyers and
iiJnk?rt lVeetoryanU the American Mercantile
and collection AHWiciatlon. Will give prompt and
careful attention to collection 0? claims 111 any
o art of the United btates or Canada, hs well as to
1 1 rn ther orotesslonal buHnem entrusted to them
Jackson Building, Ilooms 4 anil 5.
y. II. RHAWN.
Offlco.oornerot Tnlr'd'nnd MalnHtroeta. '
yT V. AYIIITK,
B L 010 MSB URO, PA.
Office In Browors' Building,- 2nd Uoor.
jyj-ICUAEL V. EYEHLY,
Conveyancer, Collector of Claims.
LEGAL AUVlOi: IN THE SETTLEMENT Ot'
Iiromco In Dentler's building with V. V. Hill
meycr, attorncy-al-law, trout 100ms, ! jnd lloor,
Uloornsbun,', l'a. apr-jo.
JB. McKELVY, M. D.,8urgeon and Plij
.slclan, north side Main stroef.below Manet
L. FKITZ, Attorncv-ni Law.
Front room over lMst onice,
R. J. 0. KUTTEll,
PnVBIOI AN 80HQB0N,
Offlco, North JlarSat atreet,
rl. mi. M. KEBEK, Surgeon and
JLPhyslclan. onice corner ot llocH and iiurKtt
JK. KVANS, M. D.. Burgeon and
.Physician, Oillce and Ilenldoncu on Third
I'niUSTIAN Y. KNArf, ULOOMSUUllCM'A,
HOMK, OK N. Y. .. . ,
MmicfANTS'. OF NEWARK, tf. J.
CLINTON. N. V.
1'KOl'LKS' N. ,Y.
TheseCnLD cohtoiiations am well seasoned by
4o and kikk tkstbu and havo ncter jet had a
l uss settled by any court of law. Their assets aro
alUnvestedlusouu bucubitium are liable to the
hazard ol nm only. .. ,jj
Losses 1'Koupri.r and honsstlv adjusted and
paid as soon is determined by ciibistin k.
KMarr, urKcit, Aubnt inu AJ)Ji' litoumBcuu,
The people ot Columbia county should patron
lie the agency whero losses If any are settled and
pall by one of therowucllUons. ,..
PUOMITNKSS. KOUITY, FAIR UKAUNO.
BiranssNia mi followino
AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANIES
North American of Philadelphia.
iVnnsylvanla, " "
J ork, of 1'unnsylvanla,
"jiueens, of London.
North British, ot London.
uritish, ot London.
on Mirket tltreot, No, t, UloomBborg.
ia.n .nf W7 y
This well.kuownhoTel has been tarnished new
rointop to bottom,
TI1anNin.l. InnL' nnattPUlnn Anrll llit.
have glvan, tho place a complete renovating. Tuo
trivelUng publlo will receive UrsUloss attention.
"THIOKS, AS USUAf.
TO LOOK AT TO-DAY !
And Where to Buy Cheap.
THE NEW I'DEAL CO.
Opposite the Postoliice.
Is ollering hsirgaiim this week in an uncquulctl variety of La
dies' Linen Collars.
A Handsome Choice of Children's Neckwear.
Klcjjant Novelties in Children's Cans.
The Best Corset for -Joe. and upwards.
Larjje Assortment Turkish Tidies.
Ladies' Ivid Gloves, in ',), -i, 0 button.
Half dollar's worth for a quartur; a quarter's worth for 12c. and
12e. worth for (ic. Nothing like this offer in this city.
How can we oiler Embroideries at half price ? Simply
because we cot thcni at half wholesale prices. It wouldn't be fair
not to let
l i 1.1. r 1 1
l limy iiiuuiiB iiuvu
AINWU10I1T & CO.,
TEAS, SYItUrS, COFFEE, HUOAlt, jioLAbSE!,
1:10a , si'iOE3, niOAim soda, eto., kto.
N. E. Corner Socond anil Arcli stH.
nrordera will rucclro prompt attention.
I5i.ooMsiiuito,Uor,UMntA (Jountv, Pa
All styles ot work done In a superior mnnner.wora
warranted a represented. Tjiktu Kxthact
ed without 1'aih by tho ue ot Gas, and
OlUco in lUrton'rf Inillilliij,', Main Strctl,
below JlurUet, live doors liulow KIiu'b
drug Stort, first lloor.
7o be oven nt all hours during the 'aj
lor working lH'cpic. hemiiu cents post
age, and v will mull joit rrtv, n rojal.
viiln.ihin s.imnli' Lmjf 'tif LrQOiN that will
U9p.y j ow 1jl the woy .or maKlny mora
IIIUIllJ III 11 If U.IJ3 111UII JHUl'UI tllUUtjIlf "JMI'
uiu at mi) uubiue uiiiivui nui il-iuiil-u. iuui
can live at numu ami intpaiu ninu umj, ui
alt the time Allot both scxcm, ot all aires, gr.ind-1
ly feuecenatul, &0 cents to 5 easily eaineii ecryl
eoolng. 'ihaCAUtvho want work nuytfhttheC
uusinews, we maKO nui uiiiMiaiieieu unci; iuuu
who are not well Batlsiledwe will bend II to paj
lor tho trouble ot wrlUug us. Full ii.rtlculars,
directions, etc., tent tree. Immense pay absolute
ly sure for all who stait nt once. Don't delay.
Address minson uu., i-oniaim, Amine. Lueuio.
M. G. MeTbRO.,
CARRIAGES BUGGIES, PHAETONS
SLEIGHS, PLATFORM WAGONS &C.
Plrst-claas worlc alwaya on hand.
IiEPAinhW NEA TL YDONh.
Prices reduced to suit the times.
BLOOMSBDRli PLANING MILL
Tho undersigned havlnc Pt hla Planlnc Ml
on lliillroad Street, In ilrst-ciass condition, it. pre
. j .iiblnrinAf innrlr In hla linn.
FRAMES, SASH, DOORS,
furnished at ruasonableprtcea. All lnmherused
19 well seasoned and none but skilled workmen
ESTIMATES FOE BUILDINGS
urnlshed on application, riann and specinca
oos jrjp ired Ov n exporlenced drauk'htsman
ninomi sliuri-', l'a
1 ll-il mv HI 'hla
Five Gold and Two Silver Modalf,
awarded la 1835 nt tho Expositions ol
Now Orlcana and Louisville, and tho In
ventlons Exposition of London.
The superiority of Corallno over horn
or whalebono lias now been demonstrated
by over 11 vo years' experience. It Is more
durable, moro pliable, moro comfortable,
and never breaks.
Avoid cheap imitations mado of various
kinds of cord. Nono aro genuino unless
"Dr. Waunsb's Cobausb" la printed
on Insldo of steel cover.
FOR SALE BY AIL LEADIKQ MERCHAHTS.
353 Broadway, New York City
rob 5 r cms.
in presents given away, send uja
ceuw postage, aud by "uaU jou wll
! tint wlll htart you lu .woilc
bat. y m ot one. s - .hijCii
nninii ire so in ,ihviiv. .....
In iwieiils with each box. Agems waniwi
JSv'th?... of either sex, of all ages, for a the
tune, or spaiollmoonly. to worii; lor usiav.iu i ir
own hoiiHK. Fortunes a w
Ml"'! i?ZiiS! " tdecis bb.
BUHS01UHK vow "
.1... 1 t'.i i P.. ..1 i..
uiu iiuncia ui uur lortuiiitiu
(G - ocls m.
Mil! secern m
Tliomirci'NitiiriliiMuliV "s--." I'Iion tilt tilt
mi uiilli'iit rr'ip pi inliicrr mill n i iimnritt
iiiiprtn ernl the iit Uriill ticron ulrd fur
II U ni.tilo of the Imhith if iiiihiiulti mid
ultlt fMi'inl leumil in 11 aenerul (uluptu
bltlit 111 ti plant IimiiI."
liry imrllclc ilhU'li 1m net nre ruin
ptwiMl, in uillriTt IimmI nt' tt'Ki'ttthU'N.
Wei I'tnli'i-thN food iiiiiiit'diiiirU iiMitlnhto
In the S25 PHOSPHATE
Which urtr.lin t o ht u rry Hpcrlal mU
unlit irr. n4 U nl I lie crop nm-nrly it art
nnd miilitiim H until fnllv nintiui'iU bi
hliles pei imiuifidy imitring the sull.
Morena, Pa.. Jan W.lWi.
"Hfivlnir thrtrouRhly tentoa UAI 111' S"J5
tux t")n i $4 i per tun, 1 n Nitietieil tbnt UaUk'U'j
IhiIih hem lr Hrtcrot aiiuUfiapfiminent results.
1 litl lietttr lmt and cut wore prtibu Tor two )car
Wlioro 1 llHrtl tlif I'linapliMll't I will utw no
bllmr kinil nn 1 ailvirfL i II l.irtnrM to buy ItnnuhN
S. I'liiitiliati snJ be nultt tnr thcnii'lvfd m
theirowmrrounJ." JOHN VADD14.
BAUGH & SONS,
tuim r )enr, aJ still'
UscBaugh's $25 PHOSPHATE
.CTIVi;, I'lJK.IIAMI.NT, IIIIIIAI
ANIMAL DONE MANURE
rnpv i tmk
it K'vtHtlif LANGUAGE
ft ud SiBtlmiat ol tvert
Hower aid Shrub, 3UUU
UUlt-tctit MikK Ao nil
the Knows Rulaicl Dlrta -
lion uitii CUva. Piraul,
HaRdkercklel and Fin. It
Is tin moit complete work
nf the kind r pub
1 f -diiil. Qft' "I I' vv u
(Vnti Til stamps tur
a wimple copv, ulsonnr
price tuniri'tii". Agents
tll'l I II !' II .lit I."
AMCftlCftH PUB. CO., 17 Worth Tenth tired, f '. ft.
M tm ntYR Till IL.
1 HL A 1'ull Set of
Yoars. Scuil for
Alii E. C. HOWE CO.,
Ji3 12 W. Olb S U, I'UUo., I'o.
Apr. 5 1TW.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT.
$1.75 por rod and upwnrtls.
All kind, of Iron Fences, Giles, Fire Etc r",
Iron Work in all styles.
Coal Screens a specialty.
Iron Ladderi, Wheels & Creiting,
Blickimlthlng In ill branches. Estimates furnished,
EAGLE IRON WORKS,
Cor. Union 8c Canal Sti,
W. R. TUBBS, PROPRIETOR
OPPOSITE COOKT noDSK,
I & esand convenient sample rooms. Uath rooms
not ana coiu waier. uu i iuwcm wu,huvwo
Hena 10 cents pos'atfe. and we will mall
sou jrtv a royai, vuiuauu-, b.muiuu uu
if goods that will put you in tho way
anything clao luAmeilca. Iloth bexesat all ages
time, capital not reijulreil. We will start sou.
immenso pay sura for thoso who start at once.
bTINMlN CO., portland.ilo. novsuiy
1 l'lnl.il. Wto.
Iteccise .IdterlUciuriiU for ttls I'arr,
CCTIUtTCC rorMnimCKliilUThlSi: CDCC
tbIIMAItOat Lowest Cosh Rates llltC
"..iiV.rJrAYER & SON'S MANUAL
rcNCE VeTHctN ?fr'f
BRsj lp I
This medicine, combining Imn ih puro
vopetaMo tontc?. quickly ntu! cntnpUtely
Citrcii I'ir Ilttllp cftloiit Wtnk
iir. IniMiro lllnndf hlutiirlit, Clillla
and FcttTMe niifl Ncurnlln.
It la an unfit HI hit remedy fur Ilscnd of l!.o
ICldnry ntid Liver.
It Is imnlunblo for I)I?casei ccu1Inr t
Women, unci nil who lead sedentary Uc.
I ( rtoi-s not Injure the lcpthrauvc head achu.rr
produro mnstipatlon othrr lnm wetllchirt 0.
It enrlche and pur I fits the hluod,
Stimulates tho appetite, nlds the nslmttatlon
of food, relieves i lea rt burn and Hclchlug, atnl
ttrenRthens tho nnotes nnd ncrvei.
Tor Interiitlttriit Feirri, Limtldtde,
Lack of linergy, etc., It has no equal.
IF"Tho (jemilno has atiovo trademark and
crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other.
KiA on I; b; UROHS til 911 1L 10., lllLTlSORt:, Ba
tho popular f ATorlto for drtwlnpf
the hAlr, llwtorinir color when
pray, and prerentlnff PandrutT.
It cleftnnoti the nenlp, Ktop tho
hair falling, and In dure to please.
50c Olid $L00 At Drufrtrteta.
The best Cough Curo you can use,
And tho bcrt prcTentlro kno n for Connamptlon. It
cures bodily tLni dlnorderi of tho Stotnach,
Itowelfl, Lantffl, Liver, Kidneys, Urinary Omain and
all Female Complaints. Tho fechlo and flck, ftruff
ellng agalmt dLseoiip, and slowly drifting towards
tho proTe, will In most canes rccoer their health by
the timely uo of Paiikkk's Tonic, but delay Is dan
gerous. Take It In time. Bold by all Uru agists In
largo bottles at $1.00.
Tho safest, Burcst, quickest and best curo for Corns,
Bunions, Worte, Moles, Callouses, Ac. Hlndersthelr fur
therprowth. Btopsallpaln. Olvesnotrouble, Sluices the
feet comfortable. Illndercoms cures hen everything
cl0Qfoil& Bold by Druggists at 15c lliscoxCo.,N. Y.
nug. l i ly
FACTS vs. PREJUDICE
1'rcjudice is hard to combat. It cannot be
overcome in a day. Morethan likely it wasn't
formed hastily. Indeed it may have been
Rradually strengthening its hold for years.
Forinstance, some folks believe Rheumatism
cannot be cured. Their fathers believed so
beforethem. So did their grandfathers:
Now, RHEUMATISM CAN BE
CURED, notwithstanding this prejudice,
but the trouble is to make people think so.
The only way we know to meet popular un
belief is to state the PLAIN FACTS, and
then present the POSITIVE PROOFS
that they are facts. It is a fact that the
RUSSIAN RHEUMATISM CURE
not only relieves but banishes Rheumatic
Tain. There is positive proof of it too. It
comes from those who have suffered untold
agony with Kheuntism and have been com
pletely cured by this remedy. AH who have
tried it have had this experience. Some of
them permit us to print their testimony. It
makes quite a little book, which we send free
to any who arc interested enough to ask for it.
A complete Russian Rheumatism Cure,
costs 52.50. 11 maiicu, ioc. auutuonai. 11
registered, loc.more. You'llneverneedbut
one, so the price isn't high. Who wouldn't
give $2.50 to get rid of Rheumatism ?
Aiyetltcannot oeiounu aimc.iorcs, uwwh ue
had only by enclosing the amount as above, aijd
addressing the American Proprietors,
PFAELZER BROS. & CO.,
8ig & 821 Market St., Philadelphia.
Invalids' Hoteland Surgical Institote
663 Main Street. Buffalo, Ji. Y.
Staff of 18 Physicians and Surgeons.
Iljciiorloncoil mcs'IiiIIkIm lor every
Iiinh nf 1IUohm(n trenteil : iilmr.
trained, cvpcrluiticd utitl uuIIkIiis;
I.iSZltl, won vuillllllll'U, uirKiiiniy
liirnlKliiil prlvato rooms, tur pa
tients. Ilonso f ilrnlslicil wills Dlevalor,
Slcain.licaC, Spt'itltliiii-ptpeii, i:l
trlu lli'lls, mill nil modern lin
proveiiientH. Tnblo well Htiitplleil
Willi tlie lii'Ht ol' loud.
1 not it Hospital, lint n pleasant
lteinecllal Home. Open day mill
ALL CHROMIC DISEASES,
whether reiiiilrlnn for Iholr iiro
medical or surnieal aid, skillfull)
troateil. . . ...
THIS INVriTITlOV In MiFPlIrd
wtlh Turkish lintlis, Amerliail
?loemciit Trealineiil, or .Tli ehan
leitl .tliissiiise niiie hi lie rv, VllulU
y ut I n ll and Vacuum Treatment
Apparatus, tho most approved
i:letrlal Wnt'hllifs mill lliitior
lis, inhalation Apparatus, and nil
Hie mini valuable lemeillat appll
anees known to inedlenl selemc.
full, or send 10 enls In stamps
for our Invalids' (iulde-ltook (108
nates), whlvli ulve all jiartlcus
lurs. Address as above.
World'a Ubytnuri Jlwllcal Aikorlatioii, Prop's.
GIVEN AWAY !
Ten thousand babies aro given
vearlv tot lie trrave bv not Jmvins
J)r. I land H Teetlnn-r Jotion on
their rniiis when teething.
SOMETHING NEW !
SOMETHING MAGICAL !
To bathe tho baby's gums while
teething, relieving all inlliinuna-
tion, swelling and pain.
A good many night's rest by
not having J Jr. Hands Lolic Lure
for it gives baby comfort ant:
sleep without stupefying or in
Hiring it. jno opiates, is o con
Soul at Jilcims drug store.
general agent for Dr. Hand'
remedies for children. Labora
tory at Scranton, Pa.
t btalned and nil patent business attended to for
our onice Is opposite tho if, H. Patent onice, nnd
wo can obtain Patents In less time than those re
mote fiom Washington.
bend model or drawing. Wo advise as to pat
entability free of charge, and wo make no charge
unless puu'iib is neeuii-u.
Wo refer here, to the Postmaster, tho Bupt.
Mnnev order I)tv.. and to oHlctats of the U.
Patent omee. 1'or circular, advice, terms and
references toactualcllents in your own btate
county, write to
C. A. SNOW CO.,
opposite P.itentomjo, Washington, U
DVHl'Ul'SiA.-ItsNaluio, causes, Proven
lion and cure. lirJohn 11. McAlln, I.owell
M asa., 1 1
earn tax collector, sent irw to any ad
inay.ss w u
!Ul i III U 1
As 1 went down my garden,
lleforo tho dew was dry,
Along tlio road to Hawarden,
A lovely lass camo by.
Her cheek was roir, rosy
Ulue, bluo her eye,
I offered her a posy,
And alio did not deny,
Yellow, wulto and blue,
.She lias won my fancy,
Far away with you.
so much I mused about her,
1 could not sloep o'nlglit,
And one month without her
Ift mo weak and white ;
Her leaves did decline,
And (ortli I must sally
Yellow, whlto and blue,
She has won my fancy,
Far away with you.
At long last 1 found her
Alone In a wood,
With linnets warbling round her,
Would do your heart good.
Her cheek no moro w as rosy,
With woo her c) es were wet,
And to her Hps a posy
Of faded flowers was set.
Yellow, while and blue,
Have f won her fancy,
hhe so favom you?
Toward her 1 hasted
And told my loWog tale,
fcno saw my form was wasted,
bhc bjw my check was P'lle j
And blushing rosy, rosy,
She sighed In my ear, ,
"Tho day 1 look your posy
You took my hcail's-oase, dear."
Wherever I go,
You shall be my fancy
Of nil the llowers that blow.
A WOMAN'S EEVENQE.
Madge Ilcathcoto was tho only
daughter of a widow, whoso income was
so vlunuer that she was clad to find ac
commodation during the warm months
for one or two city boarders. Tho
summer in which our story opens their
oniv Hoarder was uuy 1 ravers, a
wealthy young man, who had taken
board with Mrs. Ileathcote in the quiet
littlo village of Glcinnore for three
months, which time he had spent in
teaching Madgo Heathcoto to lovo him.
Had any one asked him ho could not
havo told why ho had dono so, unless
was lor amusement; her artless mno
concc was so, refreshing and and
ell, Jlatigo ileatlieote, "that tall.awk.
anl girl, who would havo been posi
tively ugly but for her magnificent
black eyes and luxuriant dark wavy
hair,possessi!d a greater charm for Guy
ravers than older, tairer women had
Then after three months of perfect
happiness to poor Madge, ho told her
was going away, going, perhaps
niiver to return ; ho said sho had mado
the time pass very pleasantly during
his stop in tho village, and when ho re
turned to his city home,he should often
ecall "tho pleasant days aud tho mco
tlio "irl at Glenmorc.
That was all ; lie hud held her in his
arms and kissed her sweet red lips a
hundred times ; ho had told her over
and over again that sho was tho only
woman ho had over loved; nnd now ho
as going back to his city honie.whcro
lie would condescend "to think some-
mes of the nico little cirl ho had left
bohind him at Glenmore."
Guy Travel, with his handsom'o
looks and soft, honeyed words, had
broken the heart ot many a sweet girl
beforo ho had met Madgo Ileathcote,
but none of them had over repelled him
with tho scorn and contempt that blaz
ed from her dark eyes as slio said :
So this is tlio end I 1 was foolish
to havo expected anything better from
yon, 1 Btippose t
"What did you expect of me,
Madge ?" ho questioned. "You surely
did not think I was Koine to marry
on ; if you did, 1 must say I am sur
prised at your lack of iudement."
'uuy 1 ravers, l expected you to act
as an honorable man : that was all
What right have vou to win my love
t you tio not intend to marry mo T
Madgo I lie went over to where
she was standing and attempted to put
his mm around hir in the old lond wnv
but sho repulsed him angrily. "Madge,"
ho repeated, "it you love me, darling,
why do ynu speak in ibis cruel way 1
1 in very lond ot you, littlo one in
leen l am and would not hurt you
by word or deed for anything in tho
world j you know that. Hut, mv darl
ing, you forget how different aro our
stations in lite.
Lcavo mo !'' she exclaimed. "Never
let me sco your cowardly faco again 1
TI.. 1 f... 1 I. I.!.- 1....
jin lanuiiKu nuiaiy uiu uneasily.
'Madge, bo leasouablo : you do not
know what yon aro Baying, my child
1 havo dono you no harm.
Mo, sho answered passionately,
"you havo done mo no harin; you havo
only broken my heart ; but that
nothing. What dtllerenco can tho
breaking of ono heart, moro or ets.
make to handsomo Guy Travcrs t Guy
Travels,'' sho continued, turning fieice-
ly toward him, "you came hero this
summer for your pleasure ; and for
our amusement you have wantonly
iroken my neait and spoiled my whole
life. Hut I declare to you this day
that as you nave mado me suitor, so
you shall stiller. Tho God of
widow and orphan will never let
bho turned quickly liom him with
"-Madgo 1 Madgo 1" ho called. "You
will not go without saying good'by 1
i.et us at least part as iricuds. '
Sho turned her palo faco toward him
lor u moment as bho scornfully echoed
"Friouds 1 Friends 1 Guy Travcrs,
am your bitterest enemy, henceforth
and forever !''
uuy u ravers pulled Ids dark mus
tacho hercely, for in his way ho lovei
una prouu gin wno now cast nil
friendship nsidu with suoh contempt
"Well," he said slowly, "I supposo
tins is mo outi. Am l sorry or tnu re
Ah 1 could ho havo ponctrated tho
future, ho would have had littlo doubt
on that subject.
Tlio next day Guy Travers left Glen
moro for his eitv homo. Ho endeavor
ed lo seo Madge, but sho always' buo
cceded in avoiding him; ho was pinned
and augry and montally ho called her
i "a little loor moro than once.
Alter lio had dcnartotl Rlioda, tlio
littlo wnilliiL' maid, envo Mnduo a
Icltnr ''what Marac Gtny dun lof for
Iier, anil in tlio seclusion ot her own
room olio opened It nnd read as follows:
"JlV JJAtiMKO : Why liavo yon
kept yourself out of my sight nil this
day novcr civinc mo a troodby kiss
or wishing mo bon voyago t Is It that
you nro still angry with mo 7 billy
child, you must forget that littlo bccuo
of yesterday forget that you over
loved mo other tlinn a ahanco friend
your mother's boarder and bo ngain
your own dear little Bclf. Some day
yon will thank mo for what you now
view in tho light of a grievous wrong.
Meanwhile should you ever need a
sincere friend faithful and affection
nto you will lind ono in yours do
voted'ly. Guv Tiuvr.tts."
An hour later Mrs. Ilcathcoto found
her diuijhtcr, white and senseless,pros
tralo on tho lloor, with this cruel mis
sive at her feet.
That night and for many others
Madgo Ileathcote tossed in a raging
favor brain fever as tho doctors pro
nounced it, nnd travo small hopes of
her recovery. Mrs. Ileathcote, Bitting
by her daughter's bedside, learned
from her delirious ravings all that her
chihl had suffered in silence.
Six weeks did Madgo Ileathcote
struggle against death, and linally
camu out victorious. Hut an she began
tho plow approach to health, her
mother, worn out with anxiety, grad
ually weakened, and in threo months
from tho day Guy Travere had left
them, Madgo was an orphan in tho
"And for all this,'' sho said bitterly,
"I have to thank Guy Travcrs.''
Then, with the few dollar remain
ing afte.' all debts were settled,and her
first lovo letter in tho purst, sho left
her nativo village forever. Tho villag
ers shook their heads and looked gravo
whenever Madge Ilcathcoto was men
tioned. Weak and weary Madgo Ileathcote
arrived in Now York, after a journey
of sixteen hours. Tho next morning
after a scanty breakfast, sho started to
find her old music teacher, in tlio hope
that lie would be able to aid her in ob
taining pupils ; but her heart sank
wtitn, arriving at her destination, she
was told that Professor Schwartz had
been dead moro than a year.
What was she to do now 1 Sho
wont from place to place, but without
any success whatever. Sho was a
stranger, alono and friendless, and in
all that great, grand city theie was no
place for her.
"I will mako ono moro effort," sbo
said. "I will go to tho great Signor
do Lanza and ask him to aid me, aud
if I fail again I can but return to my
poor lodging and mako a fresh start
Asking the first policeman to direct
her to tho resilience ot tho protessor,
t-he started tttither. Signor do Lanza
listened attentively while sho had told
him tlio sad history of her poverty and
utter friendiessnoss and her auxiety to
earn an honest living.
When sho had uuishcd horequested
her to let him hear her play, and seat-
K liersolt at the piano alio played a
brilliant fantasia, whieli ho pronounced
Well, she said. ".Let me Bing
something for you ; I want to know it
ou think 1 can earn my living with
Then,after a fow preliminary chords
sho sang, with great expression,
Home, Sweet Home.'' Tho professor
isteneil breathlessly, tshe began tho
second verse and as tho recollection
of her dear old homo and mother sho
had lost came back to her, she burst
inlo tears, and her head sank upon tho
keyboard. Do Lanza was deeply
moved, llo went over to her, and
lacing his baud kindly on the bowed
head, said earnestly :
Signorma, you aro friendless ; let
mo be your friend ; comu and mako
vour homo with us. I have a voung
laughter who will bo delighted to
havo a companion about her own ago,
and Signoriua, listen iu five years
magnihcent voice. Y ou havo one ot
tho finest voices 1 have ever heard in
"You can make my fortuno in fivo
years 1 sho repeated. "Aro you sure?
"As suro as that you ami i aro in
this room ; that is, of course if you
will put yourself entirely under my
management," lie answered.
A glad look crept into tho woary
black eyes, slight color into tho palo
cheeks, as sho repeated over and over
agnm to herself :
A tortuuo in hvo vears I It is a
long time, but I can afford to wait.
"You really must go to tho opera to
night, Guy ; I don't believo you havo
heard Viola do Lanza yet ; all New
York is raving over her. Sho is quite
Guy Travers had uist returned from
a three-years' tour on tho Continent.
lie had torgotten nil about that little
episode in Virginia five years ago. In
looks ho had not altered ono iota, but
was tho Bame handsome, careless fel
low and all his dear fivo hundred
friends wero glad to welcome him
"W ho is she this Viola do Lanza?'
ho answered in a careless tone. "I
do not remember of hearing of her
"No, sho is n now star from Italy,
believe. Her fother or undo, I forget
whieli, is her manager ; anil a tlcuoed
old boroJio is too, 1 can tell vou; won't
let a fellow look at hor oft tho stage,
much less speak to her."
'All right, 1 II go with you aud seo
your divinity, ' said Uuy,
l hat night tho opera house was crow.
dod to excess. When tho singer ap
peared in all her rogal bcautv sho was
wildly applauded, and Guy Travers, as
ho looked at the gracolul, rounded tig
lire, tho dimpled white arms, tho Bhapo
ly hands ami tho glorious blaok hair
piled high on tho proud head, littlo
thought that this queenly woman was
mo girl wait whom lie had trilled ko
heartlessly five vears beforo,
The oporn over. Jack Mordaunt urC'
sentod himself at tho stago door and
sent in his card, asking permission to
introdnoo to tho signoriua his friend
Guy Travers. The sigunrina sent out
her regreU, but she would bo unable
to seo either gentleman that night
Night after night thoy received tho
same nnswer. "llio Hgnonna was
vory sorry, but sho was too mucl
, fatigued," eta
For thrco weeks Guy Travera was
tho first to enter the opera house and
tho last to leave it each night ; and al
though his friends often chaffed him
about being hard hit, and remarked
his worn, haggard face, ho was not tho
man to give up while there was llio
laintcst shadow ot a chance to win.
On Viola tin Lanza ho had staked his
all, even though it was reported that
sho was betrothed of Sir Manrico
Conway, a wealthy baronet.
At last fortune lavorcd him. At a
grand dinner party ho met her, and
was supremely happy, ftlio said she
was delighted lo meet him, as she had
seen mm ho oucn nt the opera-house,
but, of course, sho did not know that
he was "the Mr. Travers whom Mr.
Mordaunt wished to present," and she
was so sweet and gracious that ho was
moro infatuated than over.
Tho day she had so longed for had
come at lust. Foi' moro than fivo years
sho had waited, aud now sho would
pay him back in his own coin. Sho in
vited him to call on her whenever ho
had nothing elso to do," nnd sho
would always mako him welcome.
After this ho was always near her;
io walked with her, drovo with her,
aud for thrco months ho was her de
voted slave. During this lime ho often
saw Sir. Maurice, but ns Viola did not
seem to notice him much he did not
consider him a rival.
One evening ho told her how dear
she was to him j how ho worshiped her
and how, If it would serve her, ho
would gladly lay down his life for her
lie took tho dimpled hand and
smothered it with kisses ; then he ex
claimed "Viola, my datling, until I saw you
I never met a woman for whom I cared
'And when was that 1" sho question
ed. "When, did you see me first
remember, now, the very first time?''
"Tho night you appeared in "Tra
viata," ho replied.
'And you never loved any oro be
foro that? I can scarcely believe you,"
she said laughingly.
'Viola, dailing, you havo told mo
nothing of your life, you know I am so
eager to kuow everything about you,
"My early life would bo scarcely in
teresting to you, Guy as it was a very
sad one," she replied ; "aud my career
in public ends with this month. Aud
you," sho declared, "have told mo noth
ing of yours. Come, Guy, I am your
confessor to-night. Is thero nothing
in the past that you regret?"
"Confession is good for the soul,''
he quoth gavly. "No, ray dearest,
tluro is nothing I regret or repent of
excepting that 1 did not meet Viola do
Jwanza yoars ago.
lie had utteily forgotten Glenmoro
If he had only remembered that
ight have had some pity, but
"Guy, you aro sure you love me no
other woman in the world but me 1"
"No other, so help mo heaven 1" ho
answered, solemnly. "Viola, when
will you ho my wife?"
"I" will give you my answer to-morrow
; I will write."
Then, as lie could not induce her to
say any more ou tbo subject, he took
To-morrow I to-morrow 1 would it
never come? He paced his room all
tho night through, and counted the
hours which must elapso beforo he
could receive tlio promised letter.
At last it came, lie snatched it pas
sioualely, kissing the superscription
over and over again; then ho opened it,
and out fell tho old letter ho had sent
to the "nico little girl at Glenmore."
It bore across tlio bottom, in her hand
Lwriting, tho?o words :
I havo bided my time. As I
ed then, you must suffer now.
Otherwise Viola de Ln.a.
This was ail ; no, not all, for at his
feet lay two cards wedding cards
bearing tho names of Sir Maurico Con-
way and Miss Madgo Hcatheotc. This
was her revenge.
Lincoln and Stanton.
Tho apologists for tlio late Edwin
1U. Slnnton hnvn nrlnntr.ii nn inrrnniniis
lint vrrv unfair niidhod of condufdinrr
tho disnute which has recentlv arisen
concerning him. They invariably link
his name with that ot Lincoln and as-
fciimo that every aspersion cast on the
late Secretary of War implies a censure
t the lamented 1 resident. 1 his is an
impudent assumption that tho friends
1 Lincoln ought to resent. JSouo ot
tho, other members of the great War
Cabinet ever attempted to shield them
selves behind tlio character of Lincoln,
and thero is no evidence that Stanton
moro than the others is entitled to tho
protection which tho reverend name
There is probably no intelligent man
in tho country whoso mind is clouded
by tho shadow of a suspicion against
the integrity or thu patriotism ot Lin-
com. llo was amiable, honest, tiuse
fish and patriotic. During tho period
ot tho war there wero those who doubt'
ed the wisdom ot Bonie of his acts, but
no ono ever attributed them to other
than sincere and honest motives. He
was without malice, broad minded, free
from prejudices, and his personal tint!
pathies and antagonisms wero cxclud
en irom thu consideration ot every
publio question. If Mr. Lincoln had
any enmities thoy wero set aside when
matters ot public impoitaucu were con
Bidercd, nnd the character of a man
with whom ho didn t agree was as safo
in his hands as it thoy wero fondly
attached to each other,
The Secretary of War was of another
and inferior type. Consumed with tlio
fires of bigotry, his acute mind was
jaundiced with hatred of all thoso who
tailed to pay lum ob.sequious couit
He craved patronage of tho cringing
sort, and hesitated at no measure of
puuishiuent for thoso who held their
IliatlllOOtI nbOVO Ills methods. Human
life was a tritle iu his mind compared
with Ins personal aggrandizement, and
tho country was put in jeopardy when
it was necessary to accomplish his plans
ot personal dominance. Lincoln was
lovable, Stanton dospioablo. Thero
was nothing in common between them
and when any ono attempts to shield
Stnnton'a enormities behind tho memory
of Lincoln, ho outrages every eenso of
propriety and decency. J'atrtot,
Tlio nower season haa been on un
usually sueoesilul ono in New Yoik
The Waltman Oajo.
UOU1IT3 01' 1114 ouii.t now
Til KM !IKNi:ncIAU
Wo nro ill receipt of two communi
cations for publication, ono from
Hloonnburg, the other from Benton,
relating lo the arson caso from tho
latter town, for which Isaac Waltman
was arrested, convicted and sentenced
to thu Kaslern penitentiary. Wo do
clino to give them spaco In our col
umns, for thu reason that tlio wtiters
fail to furnish any new testimony, but
each ndvances a theory of Wnftman's
innocence from their own view of tho
case. Notwithstanding the fact that
tho case was a very peculiar one in
many respects, his conviction having
been brought by purely circumstantial
evidence, and that, t-io, in the entire
absenco of any known mollvo for tho
commission ot ihu crime, if he is guilty
which the court and jury says ho is
ho baa only gotten his just deserts.
We care not who the man may be
whether relative, friend or stranger lo
us if ho violates the law of tho laud
ho deserves to bo puninhod for it.
Waltman severed his connection
with this office on tho i!0th of Decem
ber last, but while ho was in our em
ploy we found him a man of Btrict
honesty, integrity and sobriety. Wo
have known him for thirty-fivo years,
mid in all that time never heard aught
against him, aud wo aro inclincd.thcre
fore, to believe him innocent of the
crime ior which lie is now Buffering.
If he did commit the offenso wo aro
unable to divine his motive. Tho pro
perty is owned by J. A. Uuckwalter,
of Montgomery county, who is an en
tire slranger to Waltman. The deed
was executed beforo Equiro W. C.
Miller, of this place, in May, 1885,and
delivered to tho purchaser. Wo fail
to learn that Wallma ncould havo been
benefitted by tlio destruction of tho
property in any manner whatever, but
in the absence of any insurance upon
it, its destruction would not only havo
entailed a heavy loss upon tho present
owner, but many other buildings
around it would also havo been con
sumed. For the benefit of thoso who
aie moving in Waltman's behalf we
have to say that more newspaper dis
cussion or speculation ou his caso has
no merits; if thero is ayy new evidence
or light lo be thrown on tlio matter,
the proper place to use it is before tho
pardon board, which now alone has tho
power to act in the premises. Milton
Don't Jump Out
WHAT ONE SlIOUl.ll 1)0 IN Till: CASK Of A1'
Sergeant England, of the New
Vrtrlr Ountrfil lnrl- i,nllnn. tilm hnn
Berved : tho avk b0mt) twclvo 01. thlr.
tcen fa anU 80tI1 a rcat num.
bcr of accidents, said to a reporter:
l'ho occupants of a wagon in a run
away accident thould cling to it to tho
ast. It is nonsense to jump, liook
ing lor sou spots to light upon is nil
loolishness. lhcre are no sou spots
at such a time. The park roads aro
too smooth to get a foothold upon from
t Hying jump, and eo terribly hard
that, ten chances to one, a skull
brought in contact with them even
lightly, apparently would bo frac
L;t sliU lherfJ ia ve ry great probability
tured. II the persons m tho wagon
in favor of a mounted policeman stop
ping tho runaway team boforo any
harm is done, and even if a collision
should occur there is less danger of a
fatal result from that than from jump
ing out. It is really surprising how
people will go unharmed through col-
lsions sometimes. I remember ono
time, a dozen years ago, when a horso
attached to a grocers light business
wagon ran away on tho serpeniino
part of tlio drive, between One Hun-dred-and-Fourtli
and Ono Hundred-and-Tenth
streets, about -1 o'clock in
tho afternoon, when the drive was
thronged. In that t-hort distanco he
camo in collision with and upset four-
tecn vc,lllaw; with 1)ersong itl u.cui, 0f
course, yet nobody was hurt. Another
ti mo that same year, about 0 o'clock
one daik night, a party of fivo singlo
teams aud light wagons camo speeding
down &t. ISlCllOlas uvetltto, With a good
sliaro aboard of tho spreo they had
heen having up thu road somewhere,
:md undertook to Mving in tho Park al
Ono lltindivd-aud-Tenlh Mreet aud
Sixth aveuue. The leading horso
stumbled and went down just at the
turn, and the otheis, being so eh so that
they could not stop, were all piled up
u " U"F 'P11 )
could say scat. iliere was just a
stack of horses nnd men, and mashed-
up wagons and girls. Yet nobody was
much hint. When I got them partly
sorted out, and thev began to tako
slock of ono another as well as they
could iu tlio daik, ono man was found
missing, aud the girls began calling for
' Uncle John. iV o tound Uncle John
ug ' o 'p too at tho very
bottom of that pilo of -wreck, between
the forelegs of a horso that was kick
ing with Ins litnd legs as if they wero
run by perpetual motion. But even
Unclu.lolin was only a little, scratched
Statistics of Marriages.
A subject that never loses in popular
interest is marrying and giving iu mar
riage, as is well evidenced by tho in
tense curiosity that was displayed over
the recent nuptials ol riesident Uieve
land. Professor Richmond Mayo
Smith says that ihe marriage into for
tho dillerent countries ot Europe is
shown in the following : Servia, 11.3 ;
Hungary, 10.0 ; liermany, D.5 j &ax-
ouy, a.a ; urtemburg, v.v ; isavnrin,
D.2 t i russia, H.u ; Austria, 8,7 ; hng
Liud and Wales, 8.4 ; France, H ;
Switzerland, 7.C, ; Italy, 7,0 ; Belgium,
7.5 ; Spain, 7,4 ; Scotland, 7.2 ; Nor
way, 7 ; oweden, (.0 ; Ireland, 0.1. in
InnLltur nvnr I hit Htntlstina .if thn tlcn
0 tbo 'bridegrooms, it was louud that
I in Kivnilini H.V K nr rout, mnrrv tin.
t,v(.P1, ii.q am of as and 30 vears. In
uS8ja tu0 ..n,avkablo figures that C3.3
.,ur ceuti 0f n,e matrimonial ventures
,naj0 unfcr lh0 K0 0f 25 years aro
given. As to tho ago of bridos 27.3
per cent .marry under 20 years, In
Uussia, while in Bavaria 33.7 per cent,
marry between 20 and 25. Theso fig
ures throw somo needed light ou an
important social institution.
Blaine declares in
Hule. Wo will wolt
opinion until he has
favor of Homo
bocn married a