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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSB U11G-, COLUMBIA COUNTY, El
iii.uosntiitn, rituiAT, jusiiio, tssi
Tlio executors ol Samuel .Shaffer, deceased,
will offer real cstnto for ralo on TluiHdayuno
Ilcnjamln Stiller, administrator of I'hillii
Stiller, will ecll real ostnto In Centre township
on rJalutday, Juno Siilli,
Henry llolllngtlioid, administrator of llio
citate of Mary Clotvcr, will soil rial cstalo In
CatawU", on S iturday, Juno 18 .
Hiram Shiifjars, administrator of QcorRo
Ilollcnbtck, will sell reil cilito on tlio prcmltos
in Main township on Hiturihy July 2nd,
It Is nhnost llmo for excursions. Will you
cuciirsh this nen'on ?
Call nt the People's Drug and Hook Store
for Window Curtains nnd Wall I'nper.
Mrs. Laura Mcnagh and Miss Male Wolf,
of Shippcnshurg, aro guests of Jno. Kre?sler.
l'ur good Cabbage Plants go to W. II, Yet
ttr. Ho lias nhout ttie and a half acres Lest
seed sowed, and plants fino,
Slr.C. T. Sloan has painted his residence on
Market street, thereby much improving Its ap.
The recent heavy showers have prostrated
(ho wheat In places, and will entail romeloscc.
There wns fro3t In S.illlvan county on Tuev
Luzorno County has two or three boat clubs,
and it is proposed to have n regatta at Harvey's
Lake on the Fourth of July.
The largo trees in front of the Court House,
wcro trimmed on Monday, and the town clock
In tho tower Is now visible from tho street.
Mr. Cyrus 1). StcHcnry, Mercantile Ap
praiser, was in town on Tuesday for the pur
poso of entertaining appeals from his list.
400,000 Cabbage Plan Is forssloby W. H. Yet
ler, Hlooriuburg, Pa. Patches on Fourth
street, near Market. may27tf
James Wolf cut ono of his hands uuilo seri
ously, on Slondny, at the planing mill. Dr.
Gardner was called toldresa tho wounds.
Tho place in llloom to buy your Wall
Paper, Window Shades, Tasels and Fringe is
nt the People's Drug and Hook Store.
The Winona Firo Company will hold a fes
tival, probably in tho Opora Houo, on tho
evenings of the 1st, 2d and -lth of July next.
On Sunday nightlnst, there wnsastvetc front
at different p'aces in Canada and at Watcrtown
New York. Vennor was not much out of the
way in his prediction, niter all.
Tlio Fourth of July will bo the next "day
wo celebrate." Are there to bo any public cer
colonics? If so, arrangements should be made
nt once, and the results publUhed.
Several additional announcements of tlio
names of candidates appear in the Coi.umiuax
thU wick. There arc two months yet in which
The fourth annual commencement cxcrcNci
t.f the Lewistown Academy will bo held in tho
Presbyterian church of that town on the 2Ut
Hereafter trains on tho L.& U.K. R. will
run nta reduced rate ofspeed at the KastSlreet
crossing, and those bound South will whistle on
approaching the crossing.
Adam Geringer, for many years proprietor
of tho City Hotel, Danville, died very suddenly
on Wednesday morning, of hcarti'isease. He
was about sixty years of age.
James Gilchrit,ono of Pinkerlon's detectives,
who was here at the trial of Hester, Tully and
StcHugh, died of pneumonia in Philadelphia,
Wo aro indebted to Hon. J. I!. Iwiittle, for
a copy of tho Report of the Pennsylvania Hoard
of the Northern and Wralcrn Ilouudary Com
mifsionp, for 1S79 and 1SS0.
Tho black bass fishing in Wayne and Piko
counties is said to be the best ever known.
This will cheer tho hearts of anglers dewn this
Tho festival of tho Reformed Church, held
lit Friday and Saturday evenings in Kvans'
Hall, was quito successful in every respect.
Tho receipts were about S104.
Tlio base ball club of Hloomsburg dofeated
a nine at Sunbury on Saturday hist, by a scoro
of G to 2. Oiir club is earning an cnviablo
reputation for skill in tho national game.
Gilbert F. Dricsbnchof Hazlclon,wol! known
in this county, died very suddenly on Friday
night last. Sir. Driesbach had been engiged
in the liquor business for pome years.
Hyron Shoemaker of Wilkcbarro liai been
elected District Deputy Grand Master of tho
Knlghti Templar for the northeailern Fection
The debt of tho city of Williamsport is
5051,202, bolng 34.-10 for each Inhabitant.
Philadelphia's debt is $54,223,811 or $G1.0'.
Remember, you can get a first-class article
at tho People's Drug and Hook Store. Every
thing is kept in tho lino of Drugs, Hooks, Sta
tionery, Wull Paper and Window Shades.
Uibina havo selected ftnee corners and bush
es for their nests (his season. This is said to
portend violent storms all through tho coming
John Sands of Mordnnsvilledledon Slondny
morning last aged about 15 years. He was
employed in tho mills of his brother C. L.
Sands, and hr.d charco ofthe buying oftho
"When I imldicly testified that I hud been
cured of a tcrriblo skin humor by the Cuticura
Romeditp, 1 did so that others might be cured
nnd do not regret tho llmo given to answering
inquiries." Han William Tuylcr, Ronton.
L, Hernhard invites tho attention of Ihe pub
Ho to his large slock of American and imported
watches, liloly received. He has nlsa a line lot
of.Ipwi-lrv nnil Mllpcrivnrt. all of which ho 1
offering at very low prices.
Tho nimio at the Episcopal church on Whit
sunday was unusually fino, being ipilto equal
to Hint of Easier. Tho excellent quartette choir
has gained tlio reputation of being one of llie
best in tho Diocese,
Wo read every now and then of fnhlng par.
lies returning homo with three or four hundred
trout, the result ofa day's sport. Tho trout ore
lillle things, throo or four inthes in length,
much too small to bo cnueht. Such fishing as
this is what deplete our streams. There ought
to bo a law for the protection of Infmt trout.
This Is lbs month of roses and of rain. If
the Yennor-ablo man In charge oftho weather
ilepnrtment would kindly hobt the barometer
ip 1 "fair," and turn on some buh, Iho efiVct
,uprm tho corn crops would hoof corn-side rablo
Intciutto the farmers,
Tho proprietors of tho Wllllnmspnit Sun
have purchased tho half interest in Ihe limner
owned by Jacob Ballade, nnd iho two papers
will be consolidated on tho ICth Inst. Unify
T. S.llado nnd Henry M. Wolf, Jr., will bo
the editors. Some charges and Improvements
are ointomidattd. and Ihe nan e of tho paper
will bo iho Sun and Hanntr, Although this re.
duces tho number of Domoerallo pspets In tho
.illy, It cannot lo totidddtd u ks, as there
tv 111 U t Joining rf tho brains cMho twoofiiew.
The Illooinsburg Iron Company aro building
i new dam to replace tho ono destroyed last
If you have hltnnlns. hnlU sill i,ni
kin, &C tako "I.indlov'j Itlnnil Heiirxli.r."
Sold by alt druggists. maySOlw
Hulcs of nomination
in pamphlet, for sale nt this office. Prico 10
The Alumni Association ofthn HI
Stftto Normal School wilt
dinner at tho Central Hotel, on Wednesday nf.
Half the Ills of human llfo procjed from a
torpid and dlorderod liver. Submit In lliem
no longer whllo "Seller's Liver Pills" will
cure you quickly. Pries 23 cents. may20liv
In tho suit of J. Paul Fry vs. Dm. Edwards
nnd Patterson, for malpractice, mention of
which was made In last week's Comjmman j
tho arbitrators decided In favor of Ilia de
fendants. Soto agent nt thU placo for LeMare's Specla
cles. Give us n call. People's Drug nnd Hook
On ono of the hot days of Slay, several
newly-lutched chicks wcro killed by sun-stroke,
the hen having left I hem temporarily exposed
to tho Intense heat. This is tho only caso we
know to be authentic.
Tho Cincinnati llnqulrcr Is responsible for
tho alarming statement that there is danger of
tho rovlval of hoopsklrU Wo mention tho fact
that our lady readers may get good mid mad
before the fashion pels In.
Pass fishing dots not amount to much yet,
as the fih do not bite freely so early in the sea
son. It would bo well if (he law of New York
and New Jeraey wore adopted in this Slnte.per.
mltticg bass to bo caught on and after July 1st.
For heavy and lodged gra'3 tho So. 5
wrought Iron frame mower made by D. M.
Osborne & Co. beats them all. It has Enclosed
Gear, Hrass Pitman lloxcs, handles easy a nd
runs very light.
The Supremo Court of New York has au
thorized tho corporation of Scribner & Co., to
chango lis namo to "Tho Century Co." tho or.
der to tako tflcctcri tho 21st of June. Tho
July issues of Saibner'a Monthly and St. Xicliotaa
will have tho now corporalo print.
Husbands aro not required to pay debts of
their wives, except for articles uf necessity.
A Philadelphia judgo recently decided hucli a
case, in which tho prico of a silk dress was in
volved. The decision of his Honor was, "a silk
dress is not a necessity nnd that tho husband
need not pay the bil'," and he did not.
There wcro only two cases taken to the Su
premo Court, this term, from Columbia county,
Young's appeal and Goodman vs. Sanger. A
noil pros was entered in the former on Monday,
Llglitner's appeal and Welch's appeal, both
from Montour county, wcro argued on Mon
day, Governor Hoyt has appointed Hon. Wil
liam Elwell as Columbia County's representa
tive on the board of managers of tho Hi-Centennial
Ass ocintion,to celebrate tho 200ih anni
versary of Pennsylvania, on the Fourth tf
July next. The board Is composed of ono
gentleman from each county in the State.
Does tho corn grow in this weather ? It docs
not grow, it stands still and waits fur sunshine.
Does the farmer eniuy tins sort of thing V He
docs not enjoy it, he is inclined to howl and
smash thing. Will that asi't the corn? It will
not assist tho corn but it will rehevu thu press
ure on his temror.
Tlio Census Hureau is sending out blauli
forms, to be filled with religious statistics of
various kinds. The Information obtained will
bo of groat value to all who aro interested in
Church matters. Tho Secretaries of tho Young
Slen's Christian Associations aro,qulle naturally
called upon to furnish much of tho required
The Supreme Court, on Slondav, rendered a
decision in the case of the Hourgnlgner HuiUl-
ing Association vs. the Commonwealth aflirm.
lug the judgment oftho Court below.tliat build
inc associations are liable to taxation. Justice
Green filed tho opinion, which i quilo Ion
The cao has excited much interest throughout
the Stale on account of the importance of the
Two millions of young shad are to be pheed
in the Susquehanna at various points between
the head waters and the Columbia d mi. It tl
Fish Commissioners will device some plan to
prevent black bass from devouring these in
fant Rhad, the experiment may havo satisfactory
resulM. Tho poisonous mice water on the North
branch will speedilv destroy tho fish above the
The next meeting of the Pennsylvania State
Stiller' Association will bo held at Piltsburi
next September, during tho contiruunco of the
Slate Fair. The Pennsylvania Vgncultuiul
Society haH offend to furnish power and nil the
snaco wauled by tho Miller.." As-ociatton lor
tho exhibition cf machinery in their line, free,
and will al-o ofl'er premiums for mill machinery
utd mill products.
Aroyou going to paint? II so,8end lo Henry
S.Rcay, Slontour Paint orks, Kuperl, l a
c. anmi.lu pard and uricei of Strictly Pure
White Lead. Slate Colors, Iron Paints, Putty
Ac., and savs the wholesale and retail profit
You can mis your own colors, from best maler
ial, with Pure Linseed Oil.for 75 cents loS1.20
Respectfully ours &c,
IlKNKY S. llEUT.
A kind of vniiely show, trnveliug'.under ti.o
nama oftho Don Allen Combination Circus.ur-
rived in town on Wednesday. A muugro auu
ienco was under tho canvas nt tho evening per
formance. There were athWtie feats, character
.mi', nnd il.mcep. such as are to be
uivii.fc, - .
lha ordinary var.ety entertiinment,
As a circus it iimouoted t nothing nor was It
very remarkable In any respect.
New York Union.
DID lll.M 0001).
Sir Charles J I. Untie r, editor oftho al.ovo
piper and Nomry Publio, in a late isiue men
tion Iho followiiigi Patrick Koimy, Kmj.,
-mm, time aero. sufiVrt'd muih from iliuuiuMWii
nnd tried ulmost every meani to lid hiiu-elf of
this painful rvil, but in vain. He was advl-eil
to use Si. JiwoIh Oil, whirl, h di I so kuiws
fully, that nil piin has It It him mid he ias
healthy im I strong as over baforo, .Mr. Kenny
lsnn cnt!iusiistieMi(Woi':ite uf St. Jacobs Oil,
and it bus done him good.
The law now makes It a misdemeanor for
any minor to knowingly ur.d fnUly represent
himself to be of full rge, for tho purpose of oh
tabling Intoxioiting liquorp, This liw should
bo rigidly enf sreed nnd liquor ejealar held to
a strict accountability for selling intoxicants
t) (icrsons under ago, Thcio i( no ex
cuse whalacr, morul or legal, fir a minor who
Is seen In public uuJar the inline nee of liquor.
His condition proves him a Jaw-breaker, sub
ject lo pains and penalties.
A tarcastio oichango thus relieves its mind,
on a subjicl of daily converatlon alibis tlmoi
"How Is the wheat coming ou?" is a question
heaid almost dally. Well, it's about this way I
If thert's too much rain it will rust, If there's
not enough it will spot if a cold mop and a
hutd Irost comes It will will. Hut if the weather
Is all that can be desired tho wheat crop will be
a gocd rpe, raided It Is not Injured by tho
gr.m-hor.pors, Jocnsts and other bug, or that
no heavy rain, hail, or jvlnd Monm boat it
down. Aid yet voma uenwljl prcdktgood
A New York jury rccttilly awarded a man
six cents damage for thu lost of his wife's af
fection, she having deserted him fjr another
fellow, ThU Is exactly six cents more than
tho alleged affections aro worth, and tho hus
band is just that much nhcid, in cash,
An M. K, Convention of the Danville district
met in the SI, K, church in this town on Tues-
lay nnd continued lit session until Thur.'dny,
Thcrowas a Urge attendance both of ministers
and laymen. The mailers discussed were such
as relate to the holler management of tho nf-
fairs of tho church, Thcro wcro somo eighty
Iclfgalcs present, Bnd nt tho fcaions many in
terested visitors were in attendance.
The Oil City Leirkk bus the following schol-
nrly crillcUm, which has only to bo lead to be
appreciated I "We havo received rin advance
copy of a new publication cnlllled "Tho Ne w
Testament, Revised Kdltlou." Wo lmvo not
yet had llmo to look It over carefully, but it Is
well printed and seems to be nbly edited. It is
indepenuent In politics and wo predict for it a
'I ho Now York Sun of Wednesday last says,
"While tho rain was pouring nnd spattering in
the street! yesterday the barometers in tho op
ticians' shops all persistently pointed to the
fair weather nurk. April wenther at tho open
ingof June U, apparently, a phenomenon that
not only sets th,, prophets all nt sea, but oven
deceives the barometer." The year 1331 has
thus far been fall of meteorological surprises,
but nono moro odd than tho tibovc.
A concert will be given in tho hall of tho
Normal School this evening, by tho pupils of
the Music Department, under direction of Prof.
Nile?. Tho now Weber uptight piano will be
ued on the occasion. Among the selections is
an operetta by sixteen performcrs,and this alone
should scryo to fill the hall, as It willboglven
the most artistic manner, It is believed
that tills concert will excel any of its piedcces
sors, as tho pupils aro fully prepared. Tickets
may bo procured at George A. Clark's book
Tho rainy weather for tho last week is very
hard on tho wheat; wo notice in a great many
fields tho grain is downand badly lodged. It
will requiro yood reapers to elo the work this
year. .Mr. illinm hycrly near Huckhorn,
says lie had an extraordinarily heavy picco of
wheat last year which yielded forty-lhreo bush
els to tho acre. He used n No. 0, combined
machine made by D. SI. Osborne & Co. which
lid the work most excellently and to tho sur
prise of many farmers who stopped nt Sir.
Eycrly'a to see n reaper work iu such heavy
The work of improving the channel of the
Susquehanna below Wilkc-l!trro, is still in
progress and bids fair to be Piicccsful. Tho
dykes built Inst fall withstood the heavy mns30
of ice thrown against them in the winter,and by
them tho channel is maternity deepened.
Men nro now removing gravel from the bar and
it is thought a sufficient depth of water will bo
secured, to float tho steamboats during the entire
summer. The travel by boat between Wilkes
Rarre, Plymouth and Nanticoke is very largo
during hot weather, and will bo greater than
ever when it is known that the trips will not be
Several prominent citizens of Wilkep-Harro
have resolvpd to offer threo competitive prizes
valued nt SSIX), $250 and $150, respectively,
to be awarded the throe best drilled companies
of tho National Guard of the Suto, that enter
for competition. Tho competitivo examina
tion in to tako phioa in Wilkes-I!irri,nnnually
the first of tho series to occur this Fall. Tho
Union Lcwlir says: "It is designed to nuke
these contests perpetual, by compelling the
successful commands to win the palm of vie:-
tory throo times, against all comers, before i
passes into company ownership, and when
such prize ceases lo be a longer object fur com.
petition, its place is lo bo tupplicd by as valua
ble a substitute."
In tho will of Joseph W. Hibb, of Roaring.
creek township, who died nbout a year and a
half ago, tho following bequests were nude to
tho various charitable Institutions named:
Indigent widows and siunla women's
Institution lor ttie instruction of tho
Friends' Asylum for the Insahe,
!7 t. C..f frxtm ,l.n WI.l!.,f .,.,,1
I'CUIU'U ..lull,;, J. iul ,iiu ituii aim uim-
ployuient of the Poor,
Homo for aged nnd infirm colored
Training school for feeble minded chil
Shelter for colored orphan,
Westtown boardirg school,
Movamensing House of Industry,
Will's Hospital for the Hlind,
Institution for the deaf and dumb
Friend's Establishment nmoiig Indians
Friends of Muucy Slonlhly SIceling,
The several soup societies of Philadelphia
also recoived amounts.
DEATH OF A VETJiliAN.
The venerable Alexander Colleyof Hentou
township, reached tho end of his long life last
Slondav afternoon. Ho was born on thu 17lh
of August. 1780. and was, therefore, iu the
03th year of his nge. Somo throo weeks ago.
Sir. Colley had a fall, thu rjult,it was thought,
of a paralytii-stroke and never le.Miis bed nor
SI tny years ug.i, Sir, Colley served a term
as iiiembtr of iho lesisbituio. lie hus well
known a a surveyor, and nlo as a conveyun
cer, having drawn tho greater number of wills,
deeds undo her 1 'gal paper, for rmidents oftho
upper nirt of the county fir years past. After
an attivu and u'eful lifu uf alnicst a century,
has i usi d from earth to the ist that follows
honor-ibid labor. A largo circle tf lelativcs
and friends will sincerely rfirret the death of
iho aged man. Tho funeral look plaro
Thursday morning, and was attended by scores
On tho 23d of October, 1S23, in Danville, Pa
there wes gathoied a 1 irge assembly of citizens
and uurotiic brelbern, fiouj far and uenr, f,r
tho purpose of 1 iving the corner slonu of C'liii-t
P, E. church, Lodge No. 100, of WiUiamspoit
with their bani.cr re presenting "-iiungll ," b.
Ing tlio third Inoiderof thu precession. Divine
ervieowi pelf irtned at the court buns", Rov
It. b.rt Pignut, D. I)., Grantl I'hupUin ol'ib
(i i mill I.odgeof Peiiii'ylvau'n.ollicintii g. Wlitu
the services were computed, Iho bicthmi and
citizens proceeded In Iho site of the church
when the comer stone was laid in iiuoifiit inn
sonic form by William Donnhisun, W, SI., uf
Columbia Lodzo, Danville. Of the officers iu,
members of Lodge, No. 11)1), whowero present
upon tint occasion, not one lomniiis, film
ing gone to that bourne from whriico no tiavel
cr return. Hut venerable building, hallowed
with thu trnderc'st and ileeptst association
known tn lha human heirl, has b'cn razed
)ie grou.id to give place to a grand memorial
.church to bo erected by Iho executors of Peter
Haldy. deceased ; and now. after tbo lape of
moro than lull a century, when neatly two
generations of men huve pnssed nvay, J,odgo
JVo. 100, with othor lodgep, expect In bo pres
ent and a.alst in faying tho coimr itonu of Iho
new ' Christ Chuiel ," Thp ceremony will Le
perforuitd bythuGrnnd Master of the fliand
Lodge nf Pennsylvania on St. John theilhptui
day, Juno 21, 1331. Uiv. Robort PiKgol, D,
I D,, now 85 years tf age, who preached ut tl
similar reiyico fifty lino years rgo.wlll preach
the Bermon, nnd Past Stnilcr William Donald
ion. who as W, M , laid the former corntr
s'one, Is e xpected lo join tho wink. Tl.o of.
tuslon Is expected to Id one of great Intern!
and a full rcipiceoAtatlou oftho onltr iijltdtod.
jttftiotmpwf (Jcaeie tvHttttiifo
WHAT JINKS THINKS,
links says ho doesn't like lb heavy show
i. He went home ono day last week In a
Hinder storm, nnd got wet through, taking
tho starch nil out of n new white duck suit, anil
his wife blow him up.for not wearing his gossa
mer overcoat, forgetful ofthe fact that sho had
loaned it to her brother a few days belore lo
go ofi'on a summer trip. Jinks had lo chango
nil his clothes, and about the time he had got
Iresh harness on, his wife called his attention
tho fact that the sp-tit from tho verandah
was slopped up, nnd tho water would pour
over tho edges lu a few moments nnd ruin her
flower beds below. Ho took tho kitchen poker
and went lo poko tho leave) out of the spout.
iVbotit the llmo ho got tho leaven loosened up,
the water reached tho lop of the trough on thu
verandnh, nnd four barrels full camo over at
once, lighting gracefully on Jinkh1 shoulders.
t the snmo time, tho leaves nnd water camo
out witli a rush nnd attacked him In tho front
with a pres'tuo of about two hundred pounds
the squareMnch, As soon us Jinks could
catch his breath, and pick himself out of tho
mud, ho went in tho hoii'o nnd told his wlfo
he had got things fixed so that there was no
danger of Injuring the llower bed, whereupon
io ungrateful woman reminded him that lie
had ruined hi Sunday hroadilot h suit, an
blow him up again for walking all over tho par
lor carpet with his muddy shoes. lis might
have wniled until a pleaant day lo clean that
pout out, she said. Jinks changed his clothes
again nnd put em his new embroidered slippers
and sat down to rend the evening paper. Just
as ho was becoming absorbed, his wife came in
and told him that if ho wanted any butter lor
supper, he could go out to the ice house nnd get
Jinks went, nnd as he stepped into the
spring house ho simultaneously stepped into
i:reo feet of water that bad ran in under the
door. Then Jinks got up nnd paid some
awful thing, and s'arttd for the house with a
fixed determination of expressir g his opinion
to his wifo about the proper laco to keep ttie
butter, but just as ho reached the back door nnd
beforo ho could open his mouth, his wifo
threw out a pan of dish water, which took Jinks
piarcly in tho face, and beforo he could get
the grease out of bis mouth, sho lectured him
on his carelessness in going out in the wet with
his new slippers, and said a whole lot of other
things about how clumsy a man Is, and how
littlo ho cases for tho trouble he makes his
poor wife. Then Jinks didn't say awoid,but ho
insists upon it that ho doesn't llko these heavy
EniTOim Colujuiian: I notico in jour imuo
of May 27th, that it is a good time for Demo"
crats to make up their minds as to what kind o
men they will uipport; whether OVy will put
in nomination men vho will bo a by word and
dNgraco to iho L'Ood old Democratic parly,
or select men whoso records aro square. Th e
picstion arises, what constitutes a square rec
ord? I will givo a negative answer It is not
one who slarlsout to secure his nomination nnd
election by means ofunney nnd drink. If the
party were to placo men in nomination vho-o
record for honefty and fair dealing wero above
reproach, there would be no need of traveling
through the county trespassing upon our time,
shaking hands with overy ono they meet, nnd
making themselves disagreeable generally.
Homo two or three years ago, I was at work
about half a milo from the bouse. I was rent
for, and came in to find a candidate fur trcaru-
er, nnd two candidates for commissioner sitting
in the shado, waiting for me. I felt well,
you know how ono would ftol. Now, what I
want to Bay is tlili-; Amend tho rules ko that a
man who is a candidate shall stay at home nnd
show tho people that if he cannot bo elected
by fair, honorablo mean;, lie will follow some
other vocation. I believe iho peoplo nro tind
of the kind of men they aro compelled lo f up-
port, and would rally around end elect good
men without candidates doing so much boring.
for one, am tired of such proceedings anil un
less there is a radical change ir. the party ma
chinery, will favor n convention ofthe people,
independent of the pothouee politicians ; to
put in nomination good, pound meu, I am a
Grin believer in Democratic principles and
mean to bold to them until lam convinced that
the founders of those principles weio iu error.
Thero aro a number of men in and out of
Congress, who call tbenifolves Democrats who
are not "Simon pure." In fact, wo have them
in otlice everywhere; in our Stale legislatures,
in our county and township offices. Now,
the epiestion i!, do wo propose to continue to
send men to do the public buaineM that not
one-half nf us would trut lo transact our indi
vidual atlUir, Hcforo clod rg this communica
tion, I would like lo uhk the people of the
county to give expresdoa to their thouuhts on
Ibis Mihjcct through your piper, believing as I
do, that no harm c.tn come from It and it may
reult in much good, A, M. White.
Light Street, Juno Lt, 1SS1.
TUB TOWN COUNCIL.
At a meeting of tho Council hcldcn Widnce-
lay evening last, all tho members wero pres
ent, llio minutes of the met regular anil spe
cial meetings were read and unproved. A pe
tition to open a now vtrcet, Irom liock stiect
near the Welsh church, to the Light Strut
road, wai Inuclinittly iiostponcil. The grade on
various streets and alleys was discussed and
Mr. Neal moved that six whistles ha bought
for the police. Adopted.
Mr. K ibb moved that $75 be appropriated to
procure horns, cap plates nnd bells for the
Mr. Neal moved that the Town remove the
cinder le.'i in tho i-treotJ by tho Waier Com
pany iu laying pine. .Mr. K.ibl, ollered an
iiuiendnient llint the Wster Company I u noli-
lied to do this woik ni.d that in ca.o of neglect
and refusal, tli.i Street Coininlssionjr reuuvu
the aimu and that ihu exiiense,wilh twenty per
cent mlded.liu deducted troni the i.e.U payment
due the Company. Tin1 amendment wa sdi.pt-
ed tiy a vote of 1 lo S. Messrs Ntr.1, Iluitman
and Coiroll vutini' in the negative.
The grade on Cathaiine street was adopted
as returned liv tlio ergincer. Council will
meet at oneoVloik Satuidav i.lternoon the lSih
iii't. to htnr l lie parlies intertfeled, and nlso lo
near appeals troni tnetnx levy.
The following bills were approved und the
Seciet.iry directed lo draw ordeis fur tho pny
meiit of tho same.
Milton '. Cux
Moyer )!ris. rent ol lutk up
Ihirinau A llasstrt
Chill" of l'oliee
IK -J 2
Death, the destroyer of ihe blah ni.d low.
has ujjain vWled our Hole cominiiniiy, making
s,i I hearts iu many homes. Miss Ida Willlvcr,
sged 10 yens, daughter nf Daniel Wulliver,
was ouritii on liususv, and ,iolin cand
prominent citizen on Wednesday. Ho leaves
two luunliterr, orphan?, their mothur Invlnir
precedtd him a low short years. Mr. Simdb1
death cist a gloom throughout thu uholc ueigl:
Mr, fitaeey Hcaccck wos also huriidon Wed
nn-diy. Afler going ihiongb a rouiro nf lec
tures ut Jilleisuu JUuluiil College, I'hilodelphla
he was ntlatkud willi nialdrialfevu. uhieh In
uilmiliit In f(.itimpii.ii, Jlewrs a young man
of much pinpihto nnd a biichl futiiio set mill
spread nut bifore hhn, but thu rtleiillws bund
ut me ilesiroyer taut him kw.
It is ftirlid tl fat Pr Jlmdir wid hnve
Itohrsbuig in iho initr fmure and Itcnle in
Woonulmg, Ills irony fihm'g lino wllllo
sorry lo oio i Is utd is aliu.i in rr. hut I
giod w hits of nil v ill l)kw him whuevtr I
Mr. 1, 1'. nitck and v ifi willitcilHii (I
leamro trip to Tioga county.
William ltoao has rgalu (nken up his abode
Mr'. Janti Long Im return td ffcm t Isit to
Sir. S. C. Jayno will so)n oreel n new dtoll
Iiil' houo on bis vacant lot em Frnnl utroet.
Tho cellar has already been dug.
On Tuesday, Mr. F. O. Aihorton nnd wlf
nlnrled for Ihilr new home- in Iowa. They had
been vlalllng her mother, Sirs. It, H. Wcstlor,
Sir. nnd Sire. F.tiiah Klinunr burled thntr
youngest child, a daughter, ono d-iy (his week.
Sir, Henry (larrion has begun lo run his
strawberry wagon through town,
Next Sunday will bo Hirst SJnday nt the SI.
H. church. Tho II til a 01101 nro preparing
themselves for a treat.
Tho Sunday afternoon meeting of Iho Y. SI.
C. A, aro now held in Rptvoir Park, They
nroof n very interesting character and well at
tended. Rev. H. A, Citrrnn, of Hh(Mnburg, o.-rupM
tho pulpit of the St, K. church In this placoem
Wo nollro roiiio of the men Inrningboir
steps lo tho lowor end of the town whr(,'e tho
manufacture of boor is carried on. Ailkough
llicy dare not sell It by thu gins, wo Mo In
formed they do by thu botllo. Is thcro Jio pos
sible way lo prevent this?
A man by the namo of Knso was lalcon wllh
auvero cramp on Tuo'diy, at the Jackson k
Woodln Manufacturing Co's. works. He was
taken to Dr. Mttle's office and afterwards to his
homo in Neseopeck.
CHEAP R. R. TICIvFTSTO THE WEST.
If you nre going west savo time and money
by buying tickets from R. D. Darlington, ngent
nt Rupert. Ho represent best routes to the
west Rnd northwest. Trains leave Rupert at
0:15 a, m., 8:50 a. m., and -1:0(1 p. m. For
rnles and Information, call on or address
R. D. DAnr.tstiTOK,
May 12-Gw Ticket Accnt, Rupert, Pa.
Ladies' Dusters nnd Linen Suits for SI,
$1.25, $1.00, $1.7fi, $2.00. $2.50 to $2.75 for
salo at Light Street by Silas Young. julOOw
A new lot of Grass Cloth and
Ladies' Ulsters nt Lutz & Sloan's.
All tho novelties
in foot wear at F, I).
Hemember Hundy has made arrangements
for a full supply of fresh Lauo fish for tho
month of Juno. Juno 10 l!tv
Nobb7 llusincss Suits,
Klcjant Dress Suit",
Durable Working fc'tii
Now on hand at David Lowcnberc's.
Tho fish trado continues, tho vepotablo
trade continues, tho fruit trado continues
and Dundy continues to sell and dolivcr at
your door Ircsli goods on Tucdays and
Fridajs. Juno 10 3w
Lulz& Sloan have Summer Dross Silks nt
C0-,r)3-C5 and 70 cents u yard. UJack from
75 cents a yard up.
W. II. Yotter. agent for tho Celebrated
Ithaca Oruuu; alsosclls six makes lirst-class
Sfwini; Machines. Needlts, Oil and At
tachments for all machines. OHico corner
Main aud Market streets.
Largest lin3 of Lidics' Slippers and fine
Shoes at Dentler's Shoe Store
Manilla Hay Itopo nnd Sisal Hay Hope,
Inch, I aud 1 inch for sale at 10 cents,
1 1 cenls ami 1 2 and 15 cents per pound and
Hay Hope Pulleys at Light Street, ntSilss
Young's. juno 10-4w
Frc9h l'"ish. K. C. Iiuinly dealer in Fish,
Fruits and Vegetables, is receiving daily
from the fisheries on Ltkn Krie llio (liflbrcnt
varieties of Lake full, such as Trout, Piko,
Pickerel, Salmon and White-fish. Ju 10 3w
Farents, rununbrr wo havo a very lnrtro
stock of Children's Clothinjr, and much
nicer aud cheaper than yuu can make tbeui at
home. Call and tec lor yourselves nt
Parasols from 10 emits up to $1 00 at
Light btreot, by Silas Young, juno 10-Lv
The season for repair! nu your Mowers,
Reapers, Threshi.iir Machines and other
farminc Implements is at linud.and tho placo
to have repairing done is at HAKMAN it
HAsMSKl a l'oundiy nnd Machine hliop.
This is tho only placo in the couuly where
ju. Usoorno ic Lo s. maclilrips aro it-
laired. A full line of rxtras for all the
eadinc mowers, reapers, &c. kept constant.
ly ou baud. May 201iv
Lots of Timothy sen) and Clover coed for
ileut Light Street by Silas Young. julOlw
Leave vnur Oiders I Leave votir Orders nt
liundv's fur fresh Fish, Fiuit and Vcgeta
bles. Goods delivered at your door frea of
charce. Juno 10 3v
David Iiwetibernr would inform his cus
tomers and tho public in aeucral, that bav
in,; completed the alterations iu his Store,
ho is umv prepared to supply his customers
with the latest styles of Olothine;. Now on
hand n inagiillicsnt stoci ot Keady-uindo
Olithin?. selected expressly, for llio Sprint
trade. Call and inspect and sco lor your
Mr. 1). V. Smith, of Limestonovillc,
Montour county, says ho has u.sod an "Os
borne" Self-binder since 187'J; has cut 100
acres; been nt no oxpeiwo for repairs; has
cut bats that wrro as badly down and tangled
as it was possible to lip, and will wager
tho prico nt tho maclitiio that ho can cut
nnv main that it is possible to cut with any
machine, and bind It tighter and heller man
tn bo done by hand. T. W . Pursel, near
IStiek Horn, says tho "Oiborno" belt-binder
jjuv ik i itiiii) b tj a llio viuiM nu fjirji u t uwti
linught lat year, "nils tlio Dili" ami does nil
mat is claimed ior t.
P. E. Mans, near Danville, Pavs ho cut tho
wor,t tangled oats lie over n.iw, last your,
with tlio "Usborno," anil cannot speAU too
highly in its praise.
J1AK.MA.S' iV ll.VSSl'.m', Agents,
juno 10 liloonuburg.l'a.
rU Lillty it Sk ppy'n ihrap Kloro f.t Light
net. you tun Luiy i.hwhs iiom ri cents n
mil up, iniifbiur.s imui h cents a ynul up,
olippt'is Inim i) cents a pair up, htraw JJnts
old at tost. Mlicy will tbko Culvts imil
Lambs in cxchntige fur goods iveiy Moi.dsy
iiiiiriiing early. CtiicktiiH, fciicatf, hum.
Dried Prult ol all hinds, Hail; and all toil
nl country nrrduco wnnttil, forwhih the
highest tnaikct price will tu idlowtd.
l!oot and Shoes, Finest. Ilestand Chcaf-
est nt r. i.'. jJeutiur s.
Clothing inr nil. no mat er what vnur
size, age or condition nmv be, at tho Popular
uiuiiiingoioro oi uaviu i.owenuerg.
Seu a woman pickinu a luirch of cranes
iu another column, at peer's Vintvitids.
Irom which peer's Pott Orapo W ine is
made, that Is no highly tutvruicil by (ho
medical prolesiiui for Iho tuo ol invalid",
weakly persons and llio Ojred. Bold by
u. a. Kii'iin. jail 7 ol ly
A lot of nice whiio ihrifiy htdfs.infiliuiii
tiw lor mto by Si!ns "joiiiig nt Lluht
i3l"Ci. juno iu ",v
A Inrsfo assorluieiit of best nualitv lawns
at Lot. A .Sloan's fur 1131 cenU : yard.
Ho for a Hut
1' or tho laic it s!) Its,
Fur tho laraest assortment
Fur Mm. Youths. IIovs and Children.
.io to iMviu i.owennprg h.
A lUMJUUar, lOl'NTlKI'Eir.
There Is a daiicirous icmiii if. li in nrrui umn
ji'irpoi lltif to bo "Walnut l-cut llulr Kesi irtr."'! ho
Mrunges' uv.dfi.co of iho t'lest taluo cf "Walui-t
l..U llpir l!ibliiri'i"tslhiif.icllhit names knmir.
Inif Us enicaiy ii y la liuludii It. I'arh bottle ut Ihe
KUH 'Ui'U I"" U ' IUU Mll'llH l'l 1U bHjlllltl"'U Of 'l),
U. Ileiker ' -lliu lnaniifaeluiTr-blown Hi tlip ul.usi
and llio 'Mtehloii r" Is in rhr ami hauntesj us y i.
tur. nllllo It Pl'.-.H'Sia all lllu iuiiiiui.nt nrnn.rlli.u
iiHCiiksary inle-Uirollfe, luor criiutu, and color . I
I. iu uiur,
'loludr, l'i.vliasooii.v frnoi rHno.n.lblu luiileti.
;.ieh b'lllli' v. urriiliti.il. 0, N, tiHtlentoii. Nhw
I III I' I'll I1 WlllllL ill, llll III I
joiKCIIJ', yrlioltiUUi AV'ltll, viM.V4,W,l(
K3TATK or OIOIHIS llt'UIIES, BECEASEP,
Mtters tctumentary on tho estate of neorire
lluuUes.latecf iho town otCulhfia.coliiinbu.!ii.
1'eiin a., deceased, havo Wfii gianted by ihu i:ecl
ter of bald county lo M.O.liugbtu, eifcu'oitor
t'MAwlsw All perionshuHnirclaVmatKaii stthorl
un of the d-cedent aie mtutsied to nirwmt tiii ui
tor beltleinont and thoro liidebted to UieeMnto to
..Mj.u ucnv ,u i mi utiucimijueu exicutor with
HOLMES Sc SCHUYLER.
mo undoubtedly tlio cheapest and
most durable fence made, is not
riToolcd by lire, wind or llood.doeg
not cause snow drifts, takes fewer
posts and stock cannot push it
down. Our wire in four pointed,
is made of two strands of number
12 best galvanized steel wire twist
ed together just enough to allow
for contraction and expansion in
Summer and Winter, barbs aro
fastened every seven inches. Tho
use of barbed wire is no longer an
experiment, as hist year over one
hundred thousand miles were put
up. We believe cur wire to bo
the best and cheapest now man
ufactured because it is made of the
best steel wireand runs 15 feet, to
the pound having tho greatest
strength and visibility with the
least weight of any made. Put
up on spools of about 100 rods
weighing about 100 pounds. Price
per pound 11 cents by tlio spool,
less quantities Hi eents per
I HOLMES Sc. SCHUYLER.
IN UK-HfiTATH 01' IIOIlFRGV MEI.TCK, DK.CE.13BD.
Tin, nriSi.ruirm..l nltilltilr nlmnlntrtl l)V tllO Or-
niit.D ,...nrr n, f'nlltlnlil.l l-nntit V. Ill lllcti Itillt,, t,.ll-
nnee in hands t.f filutoii itcllck,b.eciitc;r ot Uo Mild
rlpwili i-.r. tn j, n.l umnmr llin nartlos entitled
I iciuto. will hit at. Ills omre in mo town oi
llloonv-uurfr. on weiliiesuay.ino vjinoay oi .nine,
a lv. msi. iit.tpii nviork In ihn forenoon lo Perforin
tlio duties ot Ids iippDlntmcnt, when and where all
persons hiv ing "iiy claims upon sum mini win
pear aud prnvo tlio same or uo debarred troni re
ceiving any share thereof.
ESlATU Ol" KSTki.IjA CASK, UKCBASr.!'.
Tho iinilnr&lL'iieil Auditor annotated h.v tho or
phans' Umirr. or cnitunhla coiinly, to mako dlstrltm-
liuniil luo naianco ill liiu lliliuis ill I'.imui itriuuiv,
cuardlan ot tho rualo ot UMella esse .deceased,
touml uiiionr; tliu p.u ties cntltteil Ihf ii'ln. will sltnt
ins uinuu in luoonibiiur on rviiurutiy, .iuik, i- ii
iioIntineiiT. hen nnd whero all persons havlncr any I
ut leu oeiocic a. m. io of rioirn llio oinins 01 nisnii-
claim on said runil will nppear and prom Ihe sainu I
ur uu ueuuiTL'u iroill i eceiviu aii sii.iru ineruui.
CIIAltt.Eil 11. HAItKLKY.
May oo-iw Auditor.
KSTATllOl'THOHAaj. THOHNTON, I1ECCASEI).
Tho ur.dersl'rne'l nnilltnr ntinnlnteil bv Iho Or I
pliana'co'irtot Columbia county to maku illsirlbu
Honor tho nind tn thu honils ot tho executor of
T. J. '1 hornton. d. ceiisetl. to anU nmoair tlio nartlcs
entitled thereto, hereby jrlvrs notico that ho will sit
tnthu dlsLhargi.' ot theilutles of his appointment
at lilsouico in tho town of lllooniiburg mi Monday,
.luno tilth, lssl, at ten o'clock lu tho forenoon ot
Saul U4V ut which tlmi find nlaco all persons In-
teresltd In snlil mud nro required to attend or bo
fore er debarred from any thare ot Iho tame.
CHAHLUa (). UIIKI.I'.V.
ESTATE CP WII.I.IAU SIVAOE, nECKASEO.
'llio uiiilenlcned Auditor nnnolnteil iiv tho Or-
rhaus' Court or snld county, to make dl&tilbtitton of
thu balaneo of lvi fund lu thu hands of Davit
huvnge, Admlnlstratoi' of iald di cedent lo and
amomr parties entitled thereto. villi sltnthlsrilllcnln
liluoinsbura In fcnld uounty, on Jlonday, tlio iTth
day ot .lime, A. l issi, nt ten o'clock a. in., ot
said day, when and whero nil parties luternsled In
said fund must intend or bo forever debarred from
uuyunre of said fund
ESTATE OF JOUN MCHKVKOLIIS, T'ECKASED,
Tho underblcned auditor nniiolntoi! liv ihn Or.
phans' court of coluuibu county toiuakn dlsirlbu
tlon ot tho balaneo In tlio hands ot II. V. Metier-
Holds, enucutor of tho c&Uito of .lo'in Metier-
nolds. deceastd, to and amongtho parties untitled
I Hereto, w in et at his olllco In llloomsburi: on Mon
day, the Hutu day of (June, nsi, at ten o'cloclc tn
tno lorenoon, io piTiorm uio duties it ins appoint
ment when and whero all peisons havliiK elalms
against said estate will nDoear undmoioilin smnn
or be forever debarred from receMus any pait ol
May 20-iw Auditor.
ESTATE OF JOSEPH r. CONNER, EECEASEl),
Tlio undcrbluncd nudllor nnnnlnlril hvtiut nr.
rhans' Court of Columbia conntv. tn mai-i. dun iim.
ttOU OftliefllUd III thu hands nf I.lnvil T. ('nnrirr.
adinlulstralorof talJ decedent, lo nnd nmorifi.tho
townot liloomabanf on Saturday, ihomthdar of
.lune, a. I)., issi at leu o'clock; a. m., to iK'iform Ihu
iia, inn t;uiii,t.'ii uil'jiu. ill hiL ill. I w 1.1 rn ill inn I
dulles of his unnulnlinent. when nr.il wiuti, nil nir.
oumj ii i ii uuj viuiiu uii niiiu iiiiiu will Jlj)H;ur I
JJJJy iharo thereof. u-u-"'eu irura reeemng
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS
NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR.
It is a most agrceablo dressing, which
Is at onco harmless and effectual, for pro-
serving tho. lialr. It restores, with tho
gloss and freshness of youth, faded orgray,
light, and red lialr, to a rich brown, or deep
blacl:, as may bo desired. By Its uso thin
liair is thickened, and baldness often
though not always cured. It checlcs falling
of tho hair immediately, and causes a new
growth in all cases whero tlio glands aro
not decayed; whllo to brashy, weale, or
otherwise diseased hair, it Imparts vitality
and btiuuth, and renders it pliable.
Tho Virion cleanses tho scalp, cures and
prevents thu formation of dandruff; and,
by Its cooling, stimulating, and soothing
piopcrtlcs, it heals most If not all of Ilia
humors and diseases peculiar to tho scalp,
Keening It cool, clean, and soft, under
which conditions diseases of tho scalp and
hair aro Impossible.
Aa a. DroaaJug for Ladios' Hair
Tlio Virion Is Incomparable It is color-
Jess, contains neither oil nor dyo, and will
not soil whlta cambric. It Imparts an
ngrccnblu and lasting perfume, and as an
article for tho toilet It Is economical and
unsurpassed in Its excellence
Propared by Dr. J. C. Ayor&Co.,
I'ructltal mid Analytical Chomlits,
OUl BT IU IHHJIJQUTS KVIBTlrngUE.
suiisoninu now j-'ou
S1.C0 IN ADVAKOli.
HOLMES & SCHUYLER.
"Wo havo been adding consid
erable to our IIoufo Furnishing
Goods; our line of Cooking Stoves
and lianges comprises many now
and useful features not found in
other stocks. Wo havo the White
Mountain Ice Cream Freezer,
triple motion; examination alone
is eudicieut to show their superi
ority over any other make, We
arc, without question, headquar
ters for Cutlery. Our variety of
Heissors, Shears, liazors, Pocket
and lable Cutlery is greater than
th stock of nil the stores in town,
giving you the advantage of se
lection. Prices run according to
quality. Our stock in general,
has alt been gone over, sorted up,
and is larger than ever. We arc
paying special attention to Me
chanics' Tools, and invito exami
nation. Any odd tool not in stock
furnished in three days. For the
benefit of those to whom it may
concern, we take Irondale, Mc
Kclvy's or Lockard's orders at
HOLMES & SCHUYLER
This apaco Is reserved for adverthcinorit of t ('.
(lallKnan, dealer In Stoves. Tlnwaro, Tcrr.i t'oita
ripe, .tc. 't his Is tlio best place ror a lob of tin root
ing, opera House, Centre street, Uluonnbuig, l'a.
Cap of iiiii liitag
S. E. Cor; Sixth and Market Streets, Philadelphia
1861 20th Spring 1881
Twenty ycrs of lessons in how lo rnal-.o and sell the best clolhinij. Wo
hava'begun tho twenty-first. All that vo have found out nbout it, wo have put
into practice in making up tho 2J acrc3 cf clothing that you will look at for
ur trado; it is tho very largest retail clothing .tod: in the country; worth
every cent wc ask for it ; and wo guarantee every artide.
Moro and Better Material in
More and Better Clothing in
Lower and Fairer Trices in
Than in any other retail clothing house anywhere
within reach of American money.
The secret of our great business i3 only this : Doinr our level best to
make tip tlio right kind of clothing, and having made it right, then counting
the cost, and
SELLING AT THE RIGHT PRICES.
Thb vs have been doinff for twenty years; and have clothed over
hundred of thousands, old and young.
This Spring wc Overtop every Past Spring.
The spring has been so backward that vo have had ample getting-rcady
time, and tho extraordinary stock of clothing that every man and boy may
choose from is without equal in America. Tho stock u something wonderful.
SOUND AS HONEST WORK CAM MAKE IT.
The best sewing pn tho best cloths, the bert trimmings, tho best styles,
and tho best money's uurth that can bj put into clothing anywhere. It
is a (jrcat thin;; to say, that rot another house in the land can do so
much in clothing you so well. The clotlu conio. direct to us; wo buy them,
largely; wo make tin the clothing in our own well-ordered ways. knowing;
all tho things that belong to making dr-;hhiy well, antl they will go direct
from us, the makers, to you.-rtho wer.rcr3, net a profit between. That's
why Oak Hall has the lowest prleis, as well as tho best clothing.
During the past ninety day3 wo havo, in making up this new spring stock,
so improved . tho patterns, our ways of naking, r.ml minor details, that this
spring s exhibition of rcady-mado clothing lntjit hi fairly called
READY CUSTOM-MADE CLOTHING.
Being fnr in advanco of nny hitherto offered for immediate wear. This
applies alike to Men's and Boys' Clothing.
Our- Custom Clothing Department improves every year. Wo mako to
order from tho finest fabrics, and believe wo do tho best wort: that can be done.
Orders by mail are filled with tho same promptness and caro that would
be given to serving you in person,
Extending the compliments of tho house, nnd a cordial invitation to
everybody to corao and sec, and mako trial cf tho iOJi Spring Clothing,
Wanamaker & Brown,
Oak Hall, S..E. Cur. Sixth and Market Streets, Philadelphia.
The Iirpest Clothing Houso in America.
y son. Ilarman O 8Une.ll taunt rf bp. liirtn
left my houso without my consent, I hertVy kIvo
notion that I trill not li icbpoiudll tor liny d-Ws
that may tin ooiitraotod ly Mm. l utonx uu.ilr.L
htmtj unjthlnKOomykcio'aut.dii UatthiHr owu
ANDlUtW It. WINE,
f.STttitrrccfc, uoiuhiVlA county,
HOLMES & SCHUYLER'
It does not seem to be gener
ally understood by some of our
trado that wo are prepared to do
Tinsinithing in all its branches.
This wo havo often noticed by
the expressions of surpriso of
many who, when in tho rear of
our store, noticed men working in
an adjoining building. We car
ry a 'full stock of Tin and Tin
smith's Supplies and arc prepared
ut all times to do all Hinds ot
work. As low prices seem to be
the most popular wo have
REDUCED THE PRICE OP
5 Gents a Foot,
using the same grade of tin as
heretofore and other work at cor
HOLMES & SCHUYLER.
.Stly VjJ CA'uy t Hut I kt t& 'OouV