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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCKAT3LOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
IILOOjlSllUIlll, FMIIAYi FKuRUAIli S7.IS80
Kail Itoail Time. TnMe.
T S A. M.
4.49 1'. M
Accommodation Train , ,
Mall Train 7.33 A. M
Fst Train 12.00 M.
Rxpress Train CM r. M.
UATAWISSA HAIL ItOAD.
t,s r. m.
AWiuiiuiuuiKiuu iiuiu ,... v,a a, oil
Baffnhp17fnrra 1 fwt 1 M.
11,43 A. M
Throntrh cars on Exnrema train cither to Now York
Of rniladc nntt. Accommodation train runs between
Ouawhsa and Wllllamsrort.
CiMimt and ill oosuBCTO. Lemvo Cnmbm Mondar.
tioouiHui rtr dy u nun, in. umve liicremsnurtr on
llLOOMsntntu and I.AtRDsvti.1.1!. Leave lAlrdavlllo
Tiipsiiir, inursuay ana saiiirtinv ne. t:u a. m.,
nrrtt Ititr at Ulooinsburff Uy 1 2 m. Leave Ulooms
tmrsr on name days alter arrival of rnrladelplila
mall Hally mall from Iiloonisourg to .Mlllvlllc.
Benton and llloomsburp. A dally stajre lino leaving
VniTK 1IAI.1, ANP liLtHlMHBUlUl. WaVO QUO 1IB 1
Tuesday, 'I liursday and Saturday at G:so a. m
.arriving at ltloomstmrff by 10 a. m. Lcavo Hloomg.
burg on saino ila) a atler arrival ot Philadelphia
11KN HIN A.M. l,IJU3J?llljmi. ljUUL'a IH'ILWU .tlUllUIVI.
wcnnes'i ty ana r naay at s a. m., arriving at
liloomsburij at 2 p. m. Leavea llloomsburp Tnes
day, Tniirsilay and Saturday at 9 a.-tn arriving
nt l!3Monat2p. m.
aoccn'cu, win sen rem estate on mo premise.
in fcuirarlonf township, on Saturday, rebruary
iiil'iu win uu uu uu uur icu uuuit .uitrLii
The Curley hearing wan continued until
iuniiu ImIii, it nuuiT uciiik i-iti.
11. M. Tiihln of the Mountain Echo called on
nn nti Ainnnnv. A iirne-4 n wpinniiin visitor.
was observed in
many ulaces on Mondiv.
Tho newly elected town oflirert take their
Tenement houses aro in great demand in this
nl.ieo nntwil hslnnilin? tlin advance lit rents.
We havo yet to learn of the first leap year
party 111 town. Girls how is this
llobort Hartman is home on a viit. He is
attendim; Commercial College at Kingston,
The lock-up had an occupant on Saturday
lasi 111 uiu siuinu 01 a uruuncu unui.
Wo are glid to learn that II. F Fruit, who
lias been 111 for some week', is convalescent.
Tuesday, St. Mathias' day, portended a spel'
01 com ueaiuer. ou 11011 t nang up your over-
co.tti VP .
The KriemUhip boys returned well pleaded
w I 1 Hihp viiilt in tltn Y uel, im.lnn linen nl
Vernier, the Cinadlan, say we will have
ltobeit M. McBiide of Xunticoke spent a
lew days 111 town tins week, lie reports busi
ness brisk up Ihere.
II. h, Dicflenbach, at one time editor of this
ward, at Lock llaren, on tucsday ol last week.
Another count for tho census enumerator.
A 1 u-m pp liniiml nnil n n t nnp. nml limrt-o
jiu"-pit:r 11 uiu iiiijtj, lamer.
Calvin Garriaon, who ued to clerk for D. A.
Creasy, spent last bunuay in town with ins
Tho man with tho bears mado his appearance
on our streets the oilier day and furnished lota
of amusement for the small boys.
Itev, Mr, Dechant, of Catawissa, will preach
111 11 e jtuiuriucu cnurcu next cunuav mnrninp
and at Heller's church in tho afternoon,
The number of young 1 idles from ft distance
attending tho Stata Normal School has doubled
within a year, and will be still larger nex'
For the use of ftuden Is and others our cov
cred newpiper pads nro the best, They con
tun one hundred sheets of paper, making two
hundred p.iges. I'rice, ten and twenty cents,
according to size. For sale at this ollice. if.
The Danville court adjourned on Tuesday at
noon, alt tho businoss h iving been disposed of.
When tho trnverso jurors were discharged, the
grand jmy had not yet finished its arduous
The citizens of Milton at their lale ileclion
ileclm'il in favor of street lamps by a majority
of 129. An improvement gnatly needed in
Wo hear a great deal about the rapid Im
provement of new bands of the neighboring
towns. by don't some of them make Bloom
a visit? We all appreciate good muic.
Twoof the I'ennsylvania Census Supervisors
worn repotted adversely from the Senate com
mittee on Ihol'JIh, namely, Clark, of thiscoun
ly and Sampson of Lancaster.
There is still ijuilo a largenuiountdue Brock
way A F.lwcll for mb-cription to the Coi.um
man up to October 1st, 1S79, the date of their
dissolution. Those who owe baik of that date
will please Fettle at their earliest convenience.
feb. 20, 2w.
Otters are rare animals in this county
Only four havo been caught In the last thirty
yiars. Mr. D. I.owenberg now has a beautiful
specimen in his store, It was captured in FUh-
An old schoolmate ot Hon. C. It. Buckalew
siys that one of the ex-Senatoi'a earliest com
positions was entitled 'Variety is tho spice of
life, and consistency's the ginger.' IsWumi
Bloomsburg will have water works tu boast
of tho coming summer. Street lamps, water
works and euterprising citizens, has made
Bloonibburg the model town that it is. ililto
man. The Coi.umuian Is the largest paper publish
ed in the county. Smaller papers with much
less reading matter charge $2.00 a year, while
our price is only SI. 50, While the cheapest
is not always the best, ir this case tho best Is
always tho cheapest,
The Hepburn House at Willlamsport Is the best
hotel In that city. Though not to pretentious as
the Park Hotel, it is first class in every respect
and the charges are reasonable, A. F.. Miller,
formerly clerk at tho Exchange Hotel of this
(own, Is now clerking at tho Hepburn. Tho
proprietor, Mr, UpdegralT, is a gentleman who
thoroughly understands his business,
WenreinformedthatH.il, Rutter, Bon of
our townsman Dr, Rutter, is business manager
01 1110 uaiiy and weekly Cartliaijt Hanntr, a new
paper published In Carthage. Missouri. Harrv
Is a steady, energetic young man and we are
pleased to learu of his prosperity.
Goon Showing-. The Lehigh Vallev rail
road during the year 1879 laid all Its
paid a four per cent dividend, did not incur a
elollar of indebtedness aud has a surplus fund
uu uaim jor contingent use. This is an excep
tlonal case and worthy of praise.
Because of our well known superior facilities
and low prices, we print more posters in six
months,than all the other papen In the county
do In a year. Those Intending to hate sales
this spring should como to this office for good
and cheap hand bills.
Messrs. Tubbs, Chamberlin and McKlnncy
have leased the Opera House, and pronoso to
have somo first class entertainments thero.
Thomas Keece and family left for the West
on Tuesday, A largo number of friends were
at tho depot to see them off. Wo wish them
good luck in their new home,
On Tuesday W. L. Eycrly, Esq., purchased
the property on Third street, adjoining that of
Mr. 11. It. Davis, ol Sol. Helwlg, for J950.
Mr. Eyerly will occupy tho place in tho spring.
An accident occurred on Sunday nleht last
which might have proved very serious in its re
sults. A coal-oil lamp, ilttine on a table In
the liouo of Sally Weirs on Kast street, sud
denly eiploded, igniting the curtains, carpel,
sc., and but for the prompt and timely action
ot n pasper-by, who hoard tho nlarm given by
the lady of the houBe, thero would have been
nnother largo firo to chronicle, as the building
I9 a frame one and is immediately adjoined by
another frame. Fortunately MUi Biggs was
not near tho lamp when it exploded. Kvery
day wo hear of such accidents and people can
not he too careful with their lamps.
The Annlnersary of the Women's Foreign
Missionary Society of the M.13. Church, of
this place, will take place in that church on
edne sday March 3. Mrs. E, B. Slerens, of
Wilmington, Delaware, one of tho Secretaries
of the General Society will be present and ad-
Ires the meetings both afternoon and evening.
The afternoon meeting at three o'clock will bo
for latlia only, and all ladies of the community
are cordially invited to b present. The eve
ning meeting at half past seven will be public,
and a good attendance is earnestly solicited.
It is with the deepest feelings of regret that
we announce the death of Louisa, wife of II.
W.Kahler. She was married but last Christ
mas, when she came among us an entile strang
er and in n short lime, by her quiet and refined
m timers and lady-like bearing, made for her
sdfa host of warm friends especially among
tho ladles of the Lutheran church of which she
was a consistent and devout member. Two weeks
after her marriage and arrival in this place she
took very sick and was bed-fast up to the time
of her death, which occurred on Thursday
evening of last week about half past eight o'
clock. Her disease was pronounced hasty con"
sumption. Mrs. Kahler was S years ot age
The funTil services were held at the house and
were conducted by ltev. O. D. S. Marclay,from
whence her remains were taken to Ilughesvillc,
Lycoming county., whero she formerly resided,
and intenud on Sunday. Her sudden dissolu
tion will be deplored by all who knew her.
At a meeting of the Vestry of St. Paul's
Episcopal church, held on Monday night last,
all the members but one being present, the (ol.
lowing resolution was unanimously adopted 1
Wheheas, certain rumors have been put In
circulation to tho effect that all opposition in
this congregation, tu a division of the Diocese
has been withdrawn, therefore be it
Jltvotml lhat the Vestry of St. Paul's church,
iltoooisburg, do assure our Itector that every
ellbrl on his part, heretofore made to defeat the
proposed division 01 ibis Diocese, has met with
our hearty approval ; and further, that we re
quest him to continue his zeal in opposing the
sum proposou movement wuenever,in uisjuug-
mem. the subject requires attention.
During our recent trip to Ohio we had the
pleasure of meeting Joseph Sands, a son of ex
Commissioner Joseph E- Sands of this county,
He Is residing at Bowling Green, the capital of
Wood county, whero he went ten years ago
when quite a young man, and is engaged in the
sale of hardware, stoves, tinware, agricultural
implements, &c, being the junior partner ol
tho firm of McMaban & SandB. Their store is
Inrge and nicely furnished, and their stock is
extensive. Though yet a young man, Mr.
Sands by close attention to business has become
one of the prominent cltizena of his town, and
has aniuired considerable property as the re
sult of his own efforts. His friends hero wil1
bo pleased to see him whenever he can spare
the lime to visit his native place.
On Friday tho 20th ina'., the Court mot pur
suant to adjournment.
On tho application of tho District Attorney
the hearing in the habeas corpus case of Ed
ward Curley was further continued to (lie ad
journed court on the 12th day of March, on
the ground of the sickness of Dr. LaShell a
witness for tho commonwealth.
Sarah E. Beaver vs. W, A. Beaver. Divorce
decreed from the bonds of matrimony.
Charier granted to The Mandrake Swamp
Company with power to drain certain sarop
lands in Scott townshipand the town of Blooms
burg. Peter Miller vs. G.II. Fowlers' admrs. Case
stated. Opinion lilud.
Head in Madison town-hip near John Shet
lers. Report of viewers set aside, Held lhat
public notice must be given of the lime and
place of meeting of viewers to vacite a roud
in the same manner ns is required in regnrd to
laying out a road,
Citation to administrators of James Lamon,
deceased, Continued to 1-th March.
Times are prosperous here at present. Three
steim saw mills are working successfully and
not far apart. The mill formerly run by Mr
Hess isconducled at present by Mr. Mellenry
and is doing a very thriving business. The
mill is placed on lands of Me-srs, Kocherand
Hess, Another mill is placed on lauds of Ja
cob II. Fritz, owned and conducted by Mr,
Carpenter, which is also lc ing a thriving busi
ness, these two mills, and tho third, which is
placed on lands of Mr. William Seward, and
owned by Mr. Welllver, are dressing the North
Mountain of its limber rapidly, yet it does not
change its picturesque scenery, and even somo
of the spring birds have come back to visit us.
The schools at present are In a prosperous com
lition. ltev.J Fortner is holding a protracted
meeting at the M, h, church, partly known as
the Hess church along Fishingcreek, We have
had no sleighing this winter.
John II. Zehnder, of Catawissa, this county
an old soldier and now a retired tailor, was in
town this week. The following is a synopsis of
tho singular career of this man, which we pub
lUh for the information of our readers i
He was mustered outAprll 22, 1801, for threo
months service in Company A, 9th regiment,
which was recruited at Shamokin, riothuinber
September 14, 1801, he joined Company K,
4Gth regiment and served as Sergeant until July
1, 1 SO 1 , when he was discharged ou surgeon's
On the 12th of January, 1871, he shipped on
the "Colorado' as a tirst-cltss tiremauj was
drafted for Monitor Conniira, which was put
out of commission, and he was then put on
the steamer "Saogus ;" October 1st, 1670,sh1pped
In same place and was transferred to United
States steamer "Huron," Was discharged on
tho 1 Jlli of November, 1877. at Ills own re
Ou March 5th, 1878, he again shipped on
the ''St. Louis" at Leaguo Island, Pennsylva
nla. Was sent to New York on receiving ship
"Colorado 1 and drafted lhn to the "Motion
gehala" to an Asiatic station, Wai discharged
for disability at Mayor a Island, Sau i ranclsco.
on the 22nd of January, 1SS0.
Sherman A Co.. Marshall. Mich., want an
agent In thia county at once, at n salary of $100
per month and expenses paid. For full partic
ulars address as above. Nov. 21-ly,
Mr. Frank Dentlcr has been confined to his
bed for several days past. We hope he may
toon be about again.
The DislrlctCommlttee of the Young Men's
Christian Association met at Bloomsburg on
the 20th for the transaction of business relating
to the Association. Danville, Pollsgrove, Ber
wick and Bloom were represented. J. S. Hu
ber, of Danville, wai elected to fill the vacancy
of D, A. Englej J. K. lllttenbcnder was elected
to fill the vacancy caused by the removal of E.
H. Wltman to Wllkesbarre. Thecommltteede-
cidcd to hold their annual convention nt Potts
grove on the 21st, 22nd and 23 of May next.
In a great many cities next St. Patrick's day
will not bo celebrated by the Irish societies
with the uiual festivities, It has been deter
mined to devote the money, heretofore used in
commemoration of the day, to the relief of the
famishing in the old country, This is a good
resolve and should bo adopted everywhere.
Were every Irishman to work that day and
give his wages to tho poor starving men, wom
en and children, ho would be doing himself
honor, and millions of dollars would thus bo
raised for the sufferers of the old sod.
Ens. Columbian t
Rev. Smyser returned from his trip to the
South, looking as if he had been benefited by
Last Monday evening, I!!boi Peck deliver-
ed a sermon in tho M. E. Church. He had n
large and attentive audience. Listening to his
strong earnest voice, one almost forgets that the
winter of lire is upon him,
On Wednesday of lat week Itey. Evans
made another couple happy Mr. Frank l)is
tlehurst and Miss Grace Eaton, the ceremony
taking place nt the home of the bride. Many
beautiful presents were given them by the rela
tives and friends of the bride.
At the Literary Society last week, the judges
after listening to a long d isrusslon on dancing,by
Dn bendcrling, O. H. Zehnder and J, Kurtz on
the affirmative, arid Dr. Freas, S. II. Crousci
and Freas on the negative, decidid that it was
an Immoral amusement. The society is on Its
fuel again and promises to be a grand success
at least until the heat of the summer is upon
On Tuesday evening last tho friends of Har
ry Uleno marched in a body from the house of
B. b. Crispin to that of the former carrying
with them packages of nil sizes, which sooo
lay unopened in his parlors. The occasion was
his wooilen wedding. The pre-enls ranged
from the mitble topped tables down to bronin,
including some very fine chairs. The cst'd on
a beautiful cluck contained this 'si range device'
'From one of the fifteen two elub and his
frow.' The large assembly spent a few hours
very pleasantly in games and listening to the
charming singing of Mrs. Glenn.
Berwick, Pa., Feb. 23, 'SO.
Mr. John Muhlig, Poyner, Iowa, "ends the
following communication :
I have been a sufferer with Itheumatlsm for
the last six years; I tried lots of medicines
without any success. Visiting one day the
store of Messrs-Wangler Bros., in Waterloo,
Iowa, these gentlemen induced me to try the
St. Jacob's Oil, telling me that it had a record
as a very effective remedy. I bought a bottle
used it regularly according to directions, and
was relieved of the ailment from which I had
suffered for six long yenrs.
Your reporter had the pleasure of having a
conversation about a year ago with one of tho
first settlers in this coun'ry, John Cutler, who
now resides in the State of Ohio. He told me
he felled the first tree where Abbury now
Asbury is composed of about eighteen fami
lies and about sixty-eight souIj all told. We
have preaching every two weeks at ten o'clock,
a.n., and Sabbath school every Sabbath morn
ing at nine o'clock a. m,
Albert AmmerminU one ol the oldest set
tlers now living in the place. He is about 77
years old and smart for one of his age. Ho
was elected Justice of the Peace in 1SG0 and
served the people in that capacity for twenty
five yeirs. M. A. Ammerman his son, sue
reeded him and was elected in 1875 and re
electid again ibis sprirg Mr. ElliUt Lemons
wis re-elected constable.
The pale horse and bis rider have passed
through this place and look from our midst Dr.
W. M. Sullill's little gill. She is now released
from all her sufferings and enjoying the com
pany ot redeemed ones, though missed very
much by her afilicted parents.
JW DEAIt l'Al'EIt AFFECTS THE COL'.NTItV
Something has got to be done to slop tho ri-e
in paper,or the asylums for the poor through
out the country will soon be filled with news
paper publishers. ll'iiifir (Mian.) Jitpubtican,
There is a serious side to this fecellous re
mark. The average country weekly ncw-nn-
per ha, for the pusl two years, consumed from
$1,000 to $1,500 worth of printing piper per
year for Us edition. This piper in 1SS0 is
costing the publisher l,50O where it was la-t
year $1,000, and $2,250 agiinst SI, 500 in 1S7U
or isiB. tins increase ol expense of $500 10
750 a year seems liko a small item to a big
city daily newspaper establishment, but it is a
very serious amount to a village weekly jour
nal, of which Ihere are somo 5,000 published
in the United Slates. It is a large enough sum
to cover the question of profit and loss in some
thonatid of cases. Add to the epxenses of the
average country weekly $750 for white paper
and the publisher not only will not make a dol
lar for his year's labor, but will drift behind
and become involved in debt In carrying on
his business. So that an advance, of 50 per
cent, in print is really no laughable matter with
the country editor. It places him in this di
lemma; if he raises his subscription price 75
cents or $1 a year to meet and coyer the ad
vance of the paper combination in print, he
will lose a third or half of his subscribers.
The 'Stop my paper' will pour in on him as
thick and fast, comparatively, as they did on a
certain publisher not a thousand miles from
here who raised his price but one cent a copy :
II he tries the other horn of the dilemma, and
reduces the size of his sneet to correspond with
the advancement of paper, he will cripple his
advertising space, and deprivo his renders of a
material portion of the local and other news of
the day, and soon ruin himself. This Is the
'straight betveeu two' in which the paperma-
ker's combination has placed the country
newspaper publishers. They are being ground
to powder between tho upper and nether mill
stones of fixed subscription prices and "pro
tected monopoly combination on paper, As
Congress has made a law which enables the pa
permakers to lleoco the country publishers, the
latter are appealing to Congress to repeal it,
They want to do no injustice to the papermak
ers, and lo this end ask Congress to remove the
taxes on chemicals and pulp, whereby the man.
uiacturers can make cheaper paper. What ob
jection can tho high taritliteshave to this prop'
ositlon7 vuy should they oppose removing
the duties on soda-ash and wood and straw
pulp? And after those taxes are removed and
the cost of paper making essentially cheapened
why should not the lax on imported paper also
be repealed? This is what the country press
ask at the hands ot Congress, and it is reasona
ble and right and should be granted. Cletx
See a woman on horseback In another col
umn, riding near Spccr'a Vineyards, with a
bunch of Grapes from which Speer'sl'ortOrape
Wine Is made, that Is so highly esteemed by
the medical profession for the use of invalids
weakly persons and the aged.
Sold by Druggists.
June 27 1-y.
At tho election held last neck, Tuesday,
tho following, officers wero elected In tho
several townships and boroughs!
llilAvnn, Constable, Joseph Kllngerman;
Supervisors, Peter Eckrote, Josiah Fisher;
Overseers, John Henrlnger, Daniel Sing
ly; School Directors, Israel Schell, Peter
Knechtj Assessor, Jonas Blttenbender;
Judgo of Election, Levi Michael; Inspect
ors, J, J. Harlzel, David Fink; Auditor, A.
II enton. Constable, B. O. Kase; Super
visors, S. Appleman, U. M, Gibbons; Over
seer", W. li. Cole, A. Smith; School Direct
or, J. J, Mellenry, U. T, Smith; Assessor,
J. S. Kline; Judge, Q, W. Poust; Inspect
ors, J, M. Long, R. ShUlIz; Auditor, It.
BnittVlCK. Chief Burgos', J. M. Evans;
Assistant Burgess, Charles Haas; Town
Council, M. W, Jackson, D. Baucher, J. M.
ICIsner, Hudson Onen, J, A. Moorebead;
High Constable, I. F. Chamberlin; Consta
ble, J, G. Jacoby; Overseers, O, II. P.
Kitchen, II. L. Freas; school directors, A.
Bower, 1). C. Mellenry; judge, W, Jar
rard ; inspectors, W. M. Hredbender, M.
Thornton; assessor, S. B. Bowman.
1!iuahchi:i:k Justice of the peace, Adam
Suit; constable, J, F. Miller; supervisors L.
Martz.L. Shaffer; overseers, E. Itlttenhou.se,
It. II. Sitter; school directors, L. H. Diet
erick.S. Dittcrick- assessor, Q. Miller; judge,
G. M. Howe; Inspectors, M. Masteller, A.
Fowler; auditor, W. L. Uouscknecht; clerk,
L. J, Adams.
Ckntiulia chief burges, James '.Coll
linn; council, L. S, Haldwin, J, Daly, T.
ltelchard, D. F, Curry, O. II. Millard, John
Iilllen ; high constable, Samuel Smith
school directors, James Iteilly, Robert Far-
rell; judge, Daniel Dougherty; inspectors,
It. W. Benson, P, McCafl'erty; assessor, E.;
Sykes; auditor, Thos. Murphy.
CoNYNtillAM constable, Harvey George;
supervisors, It. Dixon, John Purcell, poor
director, Thomas Gallagher; school direct
ors, A. Donohue, T, Chapman, P, Cain; as
seasor, I. Rothermel; judge,F. Woods, north,
J. Hogati, south; inspectors,.!. Halley, J.
Farrel, north, II. Itouderbush, .T, Mon
roe, south; auditor, M. Monagan; clerk, Pat.
Catawissa constable, D. Gifiin; super
visors, C Hartman, D. Gensil; overseers, J,
Mensch, J. 11. Gear); chool directors, P,
Kern, K. I!. Gule; assessor, L. Hayhurst;
judge, T, E. Harder; inspectors, A. B. Clcs
ver, W. L. Herner ; auditor, M. V. 11.
Centue constable, J. Weiss; supervisors,
L. Creasy,II, K. ltemley;overseers,J. A.Iless
G.A.IIartman;school directors.G, Connor,T,
F. Conner; assessor, J. It, Aikraan; judge,
E. Kelchner; inspectors, E. Hacenbuch,
Thomas Hagenbucli: auditor, J. M. White.
FisHisacnr.EK Justice of the peace, M.
A. Ammerman; constable, E. L. Lemon,
supervisors, A. Bender, J. Drescher; over
seers, P. J. Weaver, J. D. McHenry; school
directors, W. Kramer, J. M. Weuner, as
sessor, C. J. Kramer; judge, L. Beishline
inspectors, M. Wenner, II. Hess; auditor,
Silas Mellenry; clerk, W. N. Hosier, treas
urer, J. M. Buckalew,
Franklin Justice of tho peace, F.J.
Reeder; constable, J. L.Artley; supervisors,
W. Clark, W. George; overseers, W. G,
Fisher, W. Watts; school directors, A. Lore
man, M. liower; assessor, 1. ABhworth
judge, J, John; inspectors, 1). Drumm, J.
Artley; auditor, C. B. Seesholtz.
G keen wood Justice of the peace, W.
M. Eves, constable, A. H. Parker; supervl
sors, B. F. Batton, J. G, Glrton; school dl
rectors, T. Lemon, T, F. Hayman; assessor.
W. M. Reece; judge, W, Lawton; inspect
ors, II. J, McEwen, A. Freas; auditor, J
Hemlock Justice of the peace, John
Hartman; constable, S. Shopmaker; super
visors, T. W. Fur'cl, P. Stroup; overseers
E. Ohl, P. Folk; school directors, J. Kistler,
A. .1. Emmett; iis-fssnr, V,. J. Ohl; judge
A Stouffer; inspectors, E. Utt, C. Purse!;
auditor, il. Mcliride.
Jackox constablc,R, Hc-s, supervisors
M. Mellenry, G. lliirleman; overseers, M
Savage, W. Brink; school directors, E. Cole,
J. L. Ues; assessor, G. M. Hartman; judge,
II. lliirleman ; inspectors, Asa Yorks, A,
Knou-o ; auditor, F. Derr : clerk, S, W
Locusr Justice of tho ace, H. M. Yo
cum; constable, A. S. Knittle; supcrvi
sors, C. Ilillig, S. Strauser ; overseers, C
Beaver, C. Small; school directors, D.Sliuo,
J. Scotl; assessor, C, S. liower; judge
Brofee; inspectors, C. S. Fox, 1), F, Kiiit
tie; auditor, 1'. Swank.
Mamsox Justice of the peace, J. W
Smith; con-table, A. llartliue; supervisors,
W. Johnson, I. Whipple; overseer, J. Kis;
iter; school directors, C. W. Dodson, G
Whiteniglil; assessor, S. Farnsworth; judge,
M. Smith; inspector. E. Welliver, J. E,
Cotuer ; auditor, Y). M. Sheep.
Main Justice of the peace, ,T, D, Bo
dine; constable, I, Yetter; supervisors, W.
K. Shilman, Geo. I!reich; overseers, W.
H. Utt, F. M. Fleming; school directors, S.
Deener, J. Kiefer; assessor, W. II, Fisher;
judge, J, It, Jamison; inspectors, F. It. How-
man, J. U. Shuman; auditor, J. E, Longen
berger. Miri'Ll.N constable, C. Harpster; super
visors, S. Grover, L. H. Creasy; overseers,
T. Bowman, J. Hartzel, school directors, E.
Stout, E. Sweppenhiscr ; assessor, A. W,
Hess; judge, C. W. Hess; inspectors, H.
Heller, O. P. Klingermnrj ; auditor, J.
MoNTOun constable, I, Giger; supervi
sors, I , llinebacb, M. Raucn; overseer.", H.
Lazarus, D. Mouser; school directors, J. G,
Quick, P. M, Karshner; assessor, A. Rob
erts; judge, W. P. Mouser; inspectors, P,
A, Evans, A. Erwin; auditors, P, S. Karsh
ner 1 year, J, Quick t years.
Mr, Pleasant constable, D. Stroup;
supervisors, 8. Crawford, It. C, Howell;
overseers, I, K, Appleman, E. Howell;
school directors, J. Wolf, E. Ikeler; asses
or, J. J, Crawford; judge, W. Miller; in
spector?, J. Riliedifer, C, Mason; auditor,
Oiiangi:. Justice of the peace, J B liar
man ; constable, M. O. Keller supervisors,
W. Mosteller, J, Neyhard ; overseers, J,
Stiner, It. Sltler ; school directors, M. Sit
ter, A, Eveland ; assessor, E. L. Snyder ;
judge, J. Cadman ; inspectors, C. Herring
M, B, Patterson ; auditor, W, Bowman ;
clerk, J, B, Delong.
Pini:. Constables, J, Drlbelbls, J. B,
Cornelisou tie votes , supervisors, J, V,
Kinney, E. Ilogart ; overseers, J, Bruner,15,
Lore ; school directors, S, Eckman, J, C,
Sanders ; assessor, W. P, Faust ; judge, S.
Stackhouse; inspectors, W, Lyons, W, Har
lan j auditor, P. W. Sones,
RoAitiNcicitEEic Constable, J, Hamp
ton ; supervisor. 11, L,ong, j, jevan ; over
seers, . Caner, A. Witner ; school dlrec
tors, W. Yeager, 1). W, ltarig ; assessor, I,
W, Cherington ; judge, W. Levari ; Inspec
tors, P. Hower, M. Breech, auditor, W. My
ers, StmArtLOAr Constable, J. W. Shullz;
supervisors, G. Hess, J. W, Pennington ;
school directors, E. Dlltz, D. Kocher; as
sessor, J. W. Larish J Judgo, 0. Larlsh ; In
spectors, J, S. Hess, J, D. Colo ; auditor
H. 1). Colo.
Scott Justice of the Peace, II. G.
Crevellng ; constable, II. N. White ; super
visors, C. Lee, W. Ruckle ; nchool directors,
'). Jones, J. Shellenbcrger , auditor, A. V.
White ; assessor, 0, B. Case; Judge, H. C.
Kelchner, west, D, Geislnger, east ; inspec
tors, H. H. Brown, C. 0. Trench, west, G.
Patterson, P. Jacoby, cast.
The Question of Polygamy.
Congress at last seems disposed to pay
some attention to the question of Polygamy.
A bill has been reported from the Judi
ciary Committee which has been aimed di
rectly at the practices of tho Mormons in
Utah, It imposes a fine of not more than
five dollars and an imprisonment of not
over five years upon every person who hav
ing a husband or wlfo living, thereafter
marries another. This pro vision does not
extend to any person whose husband or wife
is absent lor five successive years, and Is not
known to be living, nor to any person whose
lawful marriage has been dissolved by a de
cree of a competent court, It provides that
In any case of prosecution for bigamy any
person drawn as a juryman may lie chal
lenged if he is or has been living In the
practleo ol bigamy or polygamy, or if he
believes It morally, religiously or legally
right for a man to have more than oue liv
ing and undivorced wile, or lo live In the
practice of cohabitation with more than
one woman. It also authorizes the Presi
dent to grant amnesty to offenders against
the law for offences committed before Jan.
1, 1879, on such conditions and under such
limitations ns he shall think proper, but no
such amnesty shall have effect unless the
conditions thereof shall have been complied
with. The bill provides that the issue of
plural or MormOn marriages born before
Nov. 1, 1879, shall bo considered legitimate
and entitled to all the rights of heirs and
next to kin of their parents. If this bill
is pressed ton passage ami resolutely en
forced, thero will soon be an end of the de
based and demoralizing practices of the
Mormons, which have for so long defied and
disgraced law. As soon as the Mormon big
amist finds himself on the footing of acorn
mon criminal, subject at any time to pun
ishment, the beginning of the end is nt
hand. Congress cannot afford to neglect
longer or trifle with the grave issues of
polygamy. If her laws are tube respected
at all, they must be obeyed as well on the
shores 'of the Salt Lake as along the coast
of the Atlantic. Congress could not do a
better work this session than turn aside
from President making and other political
intriguing and stamp out onco and forever
the vicious and licentious tenants of the
Mormon doctrine of polygamy. Jejjirto-
The Winter Palace I'lot.
PREVIOUS ATTEMITfS UPON THE LIVES Or
KINGS AND EMPEUOB.9 RECALLED.
The past two years' have witnessed a se
ries of attempts at the assassination of Earu
peaii rulers quite unexampled for frequency
aud persistency, Il is true that, in former
epochs, close successions of such attempts
havo given rise lo the theory of epidemics
In king killing, which is another form of
expressing the obvious truth that one at
tempt suggests another. In 1848 there was
unsuccessful attacks against Emperor Wil
liam (then Crown Prince) and agaiust the
Duke of Modena. Four or five years later,
in 1852 and 1853, occurred attempts on Na
poleon III., first at Marseilles by an infer
nal machine, and afterward in Paris, near
the Opera Comique ; on Queen Victoria, on
the Emperor of Austria, and on King Vic
tor Emanuel. From 1851 to 1SC2 inclusive,
there were nine attempts, nearly half of
which were directed against Napoleon III
Piauori's, who lire-d at him in the Champ
Ely-ees in 1S.15, the London plot of 1857,
tho Orsini plot of 1858, and the second
Italian plot of 1802 Tho other five of that
perird were tho stabbing of Ferdinand II
ol Naples, the attempt of Fuenteson I-a
bclla II., thu mortal wounding of the Duke
of Parma, Beckers attempt at t lie Kingol
I'm ia, and that of Bru-ios at the Queen of
tireece. then a lull eiisucil lirokcn uy the
beginning of attempts on the Czar. In ISlit:
he was attacked in St, Petersburg, and the
year following at Paris. In lS(il! the Prince
nfServia was assassinated, and after that for
ten years came a cessation of attacks upon
European rulers, except the one upon King
Auiadeusof Spain. However, in that inter
im, General Prim, in Spain, and the I'irl
of Mayo, in India, fell victims to the ns-as
sin, and attempts were also made on .111111
ter Zorilla, ou the Viceroy of Egypt and on
the Mikado nt Japan.
The present group of attempts at aassi
nation for their clu-e connection with each
other requires them to be so classed began
inlS78itli HeeJel'M attempt on the Ger
man Emperor in Ma), followed by Nobil
ing's in June, and tlio-o two by Jlonca-i's
attempt against king Alfonso of Spain 111
October and Pas-anante's sgainst Kuip
Humbert of Italy in November. The ear
1S79 opened wich thesas-inatinuol' Prince
Krapotkine, Governor of Kbarkofl, in
March. Quickly upon that lollrwed the
attempt of Solviell' nralnst the Czer at St
Petersburg in April; in December camo the
dynamite tram plow at .Mo-eon; .shortly at
ter followed the second attempt against
King Alfonso of Spain, and now has como
the Winter Palace plot, the fifth attempt
against the Czar's life in nil, and the third
wiiuui 11 year.
It is true that royalty has not alone been
aimed at by the assassin in the period of
thirty odd years thus reviewed. The fate of
Lincoln shows that republics are not ex
empt, and the Presidents of Peru, Bolivia,
Ecuador and Paraguay, all four of whom
perished between 1872 and 1 877, teach the
B&mo lesson. But the striking fact of the
present epidemic Is the Introduction ot a
political principle into assassination, in ac
cordance with which assassins have sought
the lives of kings and emperors because
they were kings and emperors, and not al
ways from individual hate or from a sense
01 personal grievance. Aoo ioraisun.
Simkins ScuuvLEii. JIarrieil in Blooms
burg Feb. 19, by llov. Stewart Mitchell, D. I),
Mr. Thomas W. Slmkina of Camden, N, J,, to
Mies l.va Schuyler of Itloomsburg,
Haiitman Geuieu. At Bloomsburg Fcb(
11, 18S0, 1t Hey. J. I'. Tustln, Mr. Wm. V
Hartman to Miss Mary C. Geiger, both
Ckeveusq Hetii. Married Feb, lOtli
by ltev, II. A, Dietlericli at liia realdenco
FisbioRcrcek, Columbia county, I'a,, Mr,
C, Crevding to Mist Maggie S. Heath all of
Van Camp, Columbia county.
Thomas Hittle. On the 18th init , by
Itev, W. K. Kicbf, Mr. Caicr Thomas to Miss
I'iievbe 1 1 rttlc, both of tbisplnce.
Miua. At l argo Oily, Dakota, February
'M, IbSU, Uarret l.liuli riuan, only son olChas
I), aud Alice M. Mill', ageel 1 months aud 1
Shoe Storo below Court
The cheapest lot of Handkerchiefs f ver
offered in this place nre iiuiv let Lutz &
Rubbers at McKlnncy'.
Buttcrick Co's. Spring Patterns at
Hoots and Shoes cheap at JIcKlnney's.
Lutz fc Sloan aro selling Drv Goods vcrv
cheap to reduce their stock beforo they re
move into their new store.
Call nt McKlnney's for Shoes.
Call and subscribe for Bntterlck & (Vs.
Spring Hooks nt Marr's,
Real Seal Skin Cam lust received nt
Lutz Si Sloan nre selllnir thn best lii-ht or
dark calico for 8 cents a yatd.
Rubber Coats white and black. Blankets.
Leggings, Gloves, Caps at tho lowest prices
at 1). Lowenberg's.
The only reliable Dress Patl
country Is Butteriok's, Sold by Marr.
Hats I lint's!! Hats I ! I
CAPS. CAPS. UAI'S.
Latest styles. Lowest Prices nl thn l'.mii.
lar Clothing Store of D. Lowcnberg.
Lutz e: Sloan will sell you Muslins cheap
er now than you can buv them a month
Admission free at McKititiey's.
Marr has the linest SvtUDs in town.
500 tons more of good drv rock oak bark
wanted by Silas Young Light Street for which
I will pay jO.UO per ton cash, or Jli.00 lu
I also buy Hemlock Bark and I will pay
$5,00 per ton cash or $0.50 per ton in goods.
Feb. 9 2-m
Marr takes Corn. Oats. Bolter. V.am and
Lard for goods.
Hoot headquarters nt McKinney's.
1,000 pounds of nice dried ntmlcs wanted
at Silas Youngs store Light Street for which
1 win pay the highest market prices.
jjfcemoer, 10. 4.111.
lly Iir. liurr's Neuratirla and Met Ili-ndar-im villa, a
universal cure ror Neuralgia. Men Headache, Ner
vous lleuoiehe. DysiepMa, cnnstlpuiou, Paralysis,
Sleeplessness, IMIputntlon ot tho Heait, and Head
ache arising Horn omt Mlniulaltiig either Irom
opium or Alcoholic stimulants.
Tl.eso PIUS are a KDecl.il rrf-ll.l.-illlnn rmlr fnr II. o
cure of spechl cltsr-ases i.ained and for these diseases
u uri- won uy 01 u 1r1.1l uy nil inieiittcnt sufferers.
Mck Headache, Nenous ile.uluiu-, Djsnepsla. Con
stipation, IMr.iljsS, M.-cples-ness. ai.d loss of Ner
vous Energy. 'I hey aro pleasant In take, (tliey ills
olee In the mouth) harmless, and 1 rfeciualiv c are all
, u'-j nit, I'M-iiiiiL-u n ms-i o i-uro .M'urn l-i.i.
uiv usrs iin-utg irniii a u, ranceii Nnous SDtem,
iii,- rui.uiui uii oi'ium or nmer lnireoile.
Prep.ire.1 M A. I'.. Iiurr. M. !.. M-ruaton, I'a,
I'ri-nch inch 11 Us ,t en.. Phil nl 1 , agents,
sent by mall on receipt or price. :,u cents.
,. . , Loiigllraneh. Iiec. 20, 10.
Dr. A. E. Iiurr.
Hear sin 'nur Xpnrnti.li pnu onmri
me, and I was tho greatest ofsullereis. I hunt since
Dought them for ray sister and otheis aud they cure
IJiig liranch Pier.
I'ltlstuli, Pa., Feb Cth, lsso.
Tit, A. E llurr,
Ml'Wtr,- liflil llir, Nfnrnl.rla
for ten davs allll her nheslel.in c-aen her nn lellef. 1
called 011 Iir. Knannnml got a bottle of .uur Neural.
i iiiauuu uiej i,-iiL-eu iier 111 11 lew i,ours.
mgiuxs 1 urn,
Agt llupont Puwdcr Co,
C . A. kit lm. lllnnmst'.nri'. hi k, 1 hurt. cnM time.
Pills betori! and tbev l-ivh trr,r.i! Mnllsf.,cilrm ,.1
Fer Sale b7 0. A. Eloln, Bloomsburg druggist,
Rowoll & Oo's. Advc'a.
AGENTS WANTED tSffi
coin 1,-to aiul autLpiitic history if 1L0 nie.it lour vl
It IWrlbes Itoy.al Palaces. Itaro Cuiifisltlos.Wealth
arm onrRTs urine inuies. cimu. .lanan. etc. A
minion peopio want it. tjihh luo rx'st enmeo or
jour nro to mane money, jiewaru of "catch nennv
imitations, herni lor circulars ana extra terms to
AUUrUM.MU.Al, l-L liU-MIlSUL'O. l'Ml'd.
ICO IS, 4V r
1 1. m a ml Mlnenil I unfit In Rlie
iiiulL I1 ill IllSnandoah Valley ot Vu., Tortile
ewi hiamp lor eataioiiuu,
Stati ks, (1UATTAN& Co., llarrlsoiitiur, Va.
fLU 13, 4v r
Qr7r7r7A YEA It ana expenses to njcnta. outm
t i rue. auuh'hs r. u. iLKtShi, Augusta
mid re Itur t-4i:o,
art i m i.f ai a pi
1 "t .uvi;i,Tiqv. in
Am rif.iii 1 it n i
Ii t u, 4
le i, liter In Intrndll VtHe-t llulirH
Mle ,uv I unit Il.tlKlSMiiiesi must
' ,0 lif'telil'. I umI. M, will ten.l
i " Ml' lai'ii i .I'l.- "III UlilllK
I It I ll'Hie S' 1 ".'s II U C ISllIllllU 111
-Truill- lif.il pleu !i. Ilie 1,'stlolu
pu-ers nr r iliupe nliil - in, (leu. p
;.rr mei.-s an nil h ui,ls iitel net lor
I'.IHI H'l il', . i ,j III.,' -il.lllli'-
--' I -ellv rmiieil, unit veiiitl, e t
If pun h ieil M-pir ilelv. e. v KJeh
for 30 Ct3. Muss,
feb ri, AK
iiusiiii, 2n iinipie I ittce, llo&lOH,
Wt haw tUc D-'st T'llliitf Ten Cent ar
llcle In Hie wot 'il tmn aire it m-nori'i,
li'U S. pt , Mil, JMMil , V-.' J, '(M NMit
Xlh,l.IH!CI 1tll.Mi.l Del , Mil, frtMl tHt Uh, ftHI
(k-t. sth, mu) Oct. 2Mh. IM, 'Il No. sth,
,mh No l-l 11 1, Twi Nov. :.iio No nuii, "iiu iter.
Ik'C.Wh ftMiIl-e ISf Iit fa lice. IMli I'fJ pep "nth.
Totrtl. ,ni In 'M cl.i . Ttit'him" .ifent sill v in
twotlus, nml sit Is the ttt'-t M-IUn,' nitli lit)
i'mtww. 'Up tuppiuilts. auipl, WihUTu,s. Ten
WOULD ANLPACTliilN CO., 12J NiviFuii St.
leb i3, 4v v &c
CIILI) JIi:i.I,, 1AII1S, 18711.
, . liUTTEH maun tjj- tiiu
Interil.ltlotuil linliv l'.ilr,
U .11 at t.imo Fair,
isTa. iiiisT nti;
JUL'.M ut lioj-al .grl.
cultural Kxblbltion, Lon
f It require, nu lullU.
It riil.e. nil nfrrrlim bruti-en lullkloiE..
Jt Hlloru. nt'iicr riiiuuiiuu.
It require, le.. lubur.
It t more thurouutily mitile.
It i. f lieiiiier, &udtrtiei tetter
fellnfACtlon than any oilier iny ol .etllng milk.
I 111.' Itl'TIH! eiillK HV TlllS KV.ST KM Is T'V.
EiLLLLhl) IS lift KKtTISO ejUAl.ll 1Kb.
V11MU.V1' '.VUJ1 MA! Ill l: I .,
fe-b 1J, llw
Make quick bales
and ilio best pruiUH
on our New Itookh,
, - - 1 ' -x- r-i,oIdenTliout'litaou
Mother. Home and Heiiu-U In l'rnm, nml l.u-trv li
sou nest Authors. Elegantly lllunirdted. rieaaea
ervniXKir. f (.,5 : ulsoMilil "I'm os t lea of I in llllilc."
Il.ta, A single Camasscr lias nctiullj sold out
,,niu Luines. "jiu uj .uironzeu eruions, ' f t,w,
Mailed on receipt ot price.
k. ii. riir.AT, rilDllslier.
No N03 nroadway, .New VorH.
I' I A (I f-II II li A XS.
Cheapest House In Ampric.i. lst-riaHu inatni.
mUlllH. all LOW. for Cilsh fir llil.lnllini.nld. u-amnt.
e-u six jears, inublrali'il rutalogun fie-e, Aeents
No. S West Itlli fctreet, New York,
feb M, tw aid
rut iints mi-
f w to f uu I'tll veiSTII during tho winter and
cftuiKi ui iiai in ui.im, uuiire-ai
v; .iicLeieiii e;ei., ruiiaaeipnia. ra.
Icb 13, tw aid
Ifntfreetoftll wbo applr by letter, enelo.lniil
i - a . . . r. r s y l ' i; v D ' ? s " i w u . ,
AdllNTsl WANTi:i tn tM tnr rarilenlan ef
CHEAPEST BIBLES iu'.W.WV.V.';
lmS!S&SS.Wru- CASH PREMIUMS
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lib 13, iw aid
BACK ACnn ZS AT
it is nn: oxly kmiwa 2lbivxi:dv that nevzhi fails.
Over 2000 Druggists havo
(W SHAlJtllY .1 J
that Pliysieians sily they are
the ordinary slow aeting 1
The Old Kstuhlishcri Iriur Store,
Corner Main nml Market Streets
Thcuna(TstBnerlh!.!ni;icenln the vil(l.i:.M.r. mini ImstncM for the past eleven years wtal4
catl tho attention ot tho jiublli jretierany, anil I'ifNIItV lJEALKKS lu particular, U
their law and varleel slock.
M consists oj
Paints, Oils, Glass, Putty. Patent Medicine,
IN IT MAY BE FOUND
and in iact every thing that should
regulated Dvu" btoi e.
They are the .sole Manufiieiine.s of the Celebrated
O.L OF CLAOESS.
Also the Manufacturers and Sole Proprietors
OP. W. M. BICKLEY'S Celebrated and
IM VALUABLE 1MM5PA RATIONS.
Compound Aromatic Wine of Gentian and
Iron. Improved Cream Camphor, Worm Kil
ling Agent, Improved Poso Pectoral.
The Beset Remedies Made.
Highly Recommended "by Physicians.
take them buck.
clc rka, who uro ubla to
wo tu'o onubled to yivf
customers u7o Uttv thn rholce to tt. VIth a ropututlon of
-twenty yenra tt rotuilintj, wo cunuot nffoit.1 to lobo our good
name by lank of proper twsrvtoo to tbtnt uinstoiiierH. "Write
plaiui. Hint deaiirlbu fully wlmt N Wnntod, and about tho
Largest . Dry Goods House,
i iw i
TlcUIIatf orI)rnt'buf tUo
CuM hi the IlYiuI,
Culil lu iho IlowcN,
Al limutio Cuiif;1i
I rou , A ,w A
cyn.KHm nv Tin-rnni
Ityhlt.J.A Mll.ltMAN'fi M'PI'OUT SNllCl ItAHVL M llliout thu liilur. nml MitTwIi," miwM irt
liluderMiict' Iron lab Itix'k with llkrucsst s ot
jiioanuay. ew ww, l'ulieutb rcceno irculimra
28 AcrBs of Land
lllll In bom ondfiou. Tlirtei run of at jnts, iieion
WATKIt roWEIt, Terms reanonabie-. I'or rurtlier
rartlcuhrsap,ly to .inUN liEAtiLi:,
,,bl3,.I JK.rt.nsUU.'. lol. .
IVTJ 1 HOI IT l ilt VWI,- U
li . r f.irri t f .1 1, ji ouiin
h, li. HiDfcol 1 ,v in, h
Ifullun .slreul New York, N. V. Jw ra Jin
ONCE CURED BY
signed a paver stating
- - ' . O . . J
in evert way owjuruur ou
oroas ruasicrs uscct Tor
Chemists, New York.
MUCH 25 CT8.
A LARGE STOCK OF
bo kept in a complete and wll
Out of town
people who OHii-
trnvol, mny linvo snm
ple bent them of Dry
GoocIh imd all other flood a
thu two Bell, If they will -write
ut, No chnrue, rtnd no need to
If not bulled. We niuke It r
itUAiidtObiich letter quickly;
orders roino w bend the exact
ttnd ut ctXHCtly bumo price
in other Puatonir VUY vheu hero buying In
vl( ,,r ot h ordered, wo
Huvlim trnlned und responslbl
uuu tiHi.retiou Jn fllllny order,
pruut butlxfactton to the 'many
l 'urui-K-ut, au4 a thutouf k
ill il t, lli"C JtCM(Cwuh
ftul jul) CordUl 1 Ui t
n'iU(( UierotLaiite.tutfcf lou
, utino rtsArLli In ibetolitrr
mtil iuf Jlclno, &4 t Ululy mk
l y t!io ran JUy t,t iu tu tU-u tut
i U nitulii lln UiauufavturaU U
1 Uttt 1 tut, il t ttbt bf
ki.y tittir lufdlctca Uj-ou il
lu&rlit, au4 yet It Uiul4 t tU
t x ttUinely luw iTltv of
lHimplj UaUh (Iwf
fclWIt Ulut t ly) r it.
ni- -nit avk ai i i.hiu.iiikis p
-TTi. . .iTTi
tail ties L inrv utnl iiiur curr, bent trvv. omc isi
una kavj lurhouiu bamt' day.
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miaris- j f Met I lilivs iu. I'LUiidilnhi
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