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THE COLUMBIAN AJSTD DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
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tmir fnwnshln nil l".lil:iv. .March Kith.
Ilrecca deceased, will sell real osttitu In .Mail-
lion township on Saturday March lltli.
urill u.ill null fialntii in l.nr.llst liilvnsliltl fin
Saturday March 18th. see advertisement.
Marriage ceriillcatc.s for the use of justices
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Thi! Urcnt ll.irgaln will positively close by
the hitler part nt .March.
Charles Hclcu has oiietied a new meat
market under lliewncru noiise.
Thu sale of thu Welsh Hill school properly
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K. S. Tingley will remove his tailor shop
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Only four legal holidays yet remain In this
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Wilkes llarre has a new hoat cluli and
kiiiiii I'.M'iiiii'r i :u:i' on uu hiihii iii-iiiiiinu
More houses to rent are badly needed In
Hies will nu wilhoui nouses on inu nisi 01
, Fun Hi:st. Four rooms for rent, In build
ing formerly occupied by Tun Couimiiiax,
opposite Court House. Apply to ('. H.
Tliu Iitiuklinrii School will hold 11:1 exhl
bltion on Fridiy evening, March 17lh. All
are cordially Invited to attend. Admission
What is the matter witli the wild geese?
They are reported in various places as Hying
north with great speed. Is It possible we
havu more winter lufnru us?
The work of frescoing the walls of thu
Opera House and re-pulntlng the scenery
began on Wednesday. Mr. W. F. Wisu of
Philadelphia, is thu artist engaged.
The Xorth llrancli Cotitcrenec oftheSur
iiuehiinua Synod of thu Lutheran Church
convened in the Lutheran church of Cata
wissa last .Monday evening.
Mr. C. 11, Kobbius, intends to lower the
Moor of his liquor establishment to thu level
of the street and will put in a new and at
tractive front. Tills will make his store an
ornament to the street.
The high winds of Friday and Saturday
last so effectually dried the mud on .Main
street, that 0.1 thu afterno'iii of thu last
named day the dust bluiv In clouds.
The Commission for revision of the tax
laws of the State has decided that parsonages
and other church properly not forming an
Integral part of a church arc subject to be
taxed and will be assessed.
Our subscribers will pleasu bear In mind
that thu Ctu.uMiiiAN office has been removed
to thu new building on Main street, second
door below Kxclmnge Hotel, lirst Hour.
Hon. llenjamln S. llentley, formerly Judgu
ot thu Lycoming county courts, died in
Wllllanisport on Monday last, aged 7:1 years.
Uu was Uglily esteemed and respected and
his dinth Is much regretted.
Death to rats, loaches and nuts; Paiimin
Kxtkumina ioi:. Harris, granaries and house
holds cleared in a slnglu night. No fear of
had smells. Best and cheapest vermin killer
In the world. Sold everywhere.
In vluw of the recent warm weather and
the apparent Improbability of many more
cold days, there is a growing belief that thu
ground hog as a weather prophet is a de
A o,uaiitlty of Church's puic soda for sale
nt this olllce. It was received in payment of
a debt, and will be sold at ten cents a pound.
We iimu It In our own families and can rec
It Is probable that Miss Jane Coombs with
a strong company, will appear at thu Opera
House, next week In "Ilomeo and Juliet."
Miss Coombs played hero some two years ago
In 'Camllle" and madu a very good Impres.
Thu Kingston Hats weru Hooded last week
for thu fourth time this winter and travel
suspended. The Wilkes Harru newspapers
suggest various plans to prevent the recur.
ninco of thu disaster, but it remains to be seen
if anything will be done lu thu matter.
Thu Miltonitia says that W. II. Smith has
resumed editorial duties on the Milton Aryan,
Mr. Smith was In lllooinsliurg on Friday
last and verified the statement. Thu paper
will hu owned by a slock company, Mr.
Smith being onu of thu stockholders.
Ill another column will hu found thu ad
vertlsement of .1. J, Hrower, who oilers the
largest and best stock of carpets &o to bu
found In thu county. HU goods are ull new
and Ids prices very reasonable. Don't con
elude, your purchases until you have called
1 hu Miitroe Jam nut m that thu school
houses of Stroudsburg look like coal bin! or
plg.stycB, Not complimentary to the school
directors 'ind people of thu town, truly.
thu teachers tiru 110 better than the buildings
what kind of an education will thu Strouds
burg youth rccelviiV
Knvclopes, commercial note p.qur, letter
paper, foolscap, legal cap, linen and parch
incut, account paper, by the sheet, quire or
ream, for sale at lhu Coi.i'miiian olllcu at
lower prices than can bu purchased else where
In thu county. Wholesale rates given to
"What Is heaven's best gift to mailt" she
nalfi.t nifi.nlli filtillliir nn t.lm IV Hull'.,
' Cough Syrup," he replied with prmlcticc.
He linil Jut liccu cured liy It of 11 had cold.
In February, 1717, occurred the greatest
snow sturiu ever known In this country. The
snow commenced to fall on thu l?lli and
lasted until the 21th, and was IS feet deep on
Thu llcv. W W. Kvntm P. K. will preach
in the School House, at Hupert, on Sunday
Morning. March 12lh, nl 10 o'clock. The
Sacrament of the Lord' Supper will be ad.
ministered after preaching,
Orlando Hess of Ileuton, was In town on
.Monday night having In his possession two
black bear cubs, nbout as large as Xuv
foundland pups. Uu obtained them In
Clinton county unit Intends to keep them for
Hon. S. C. Kirk, ediTor of the IIVt &-)mjU
Ull iWi", haf been nppolnted city editor of
the Wllllanisport Jfjn unif U in frnndnssunied
his new duties jesterday. lie has served
one term In the State legislature and Is
spoken of 11s an able man.
liy having your vendue bills printed ut the
CoM'Miuan olllcu you reeclvo without charge
a local advertisement of the sale, that gives
It greater publicity than any other paper can
give It, liy reason of our large circulation, tit
.Mooiliead ifc Hatter have purchased the
store at F.spy depot, formerly owned by II.
W. Aid. They are energetic gentlemen nnd
will conduct the establishment on stilct
business principles. Head their business
notice lu another column.
Only two of the Supreme Court cases from
this county were reached last week Steven
son vs. (Irlin and Hohlns' Kxccutors vs.
Heck. Messrs I.lltle and Freeze weru op
posing counsel In thu tlist named emu and
Messrs. lCuorr and Hhiiwn In the other. The
decisions of the court have not yet been
HoAUDEiEs Wanu:!!. Students and others
who. wish 11 quiet and comfortable boarding
place on or after April 1st, 1882, can pro
cure such n, place by making application to
tlio undersigned cither by letter or person.
Location south corner of Third and liatlroad
fcl.-M-.lt Wm. Dunns.
Mr. W. C. McKiuncy has opened billiard
rooms on thu second tloor of his building,
adjoining thu Kxclmngu Hot'd, and has set
up two handsome tables of the latest and
best patterns. Thu rooms were thrown open
to tho public on Tuesday evening and were
tilled to thu utmost capacity. K. 1). Itolir
bach will have charge of the tables.
Centialla. Is agitated from stem to stem
witli a new Idea in the matter of temperance.
The members of a new society formed there
pledge themselves to take but nnu drink a
day. The slzu of thu drink is not limited and
there is nothing which prevents 11 man from
drawing breath between swallows, In tho
constitution. It Is believed the society will
be 11 success. PollsvilU CWiiVe.
Thu recent high water in Fishing Creek
did much damage to some of the farms along
its banks. Fences were swept away nnd the
land covered with a deposit of gravel which
will rcqulru labor and expense to remove.
At llcntou the water poured through the
space between the bridge nnd Hess' hotel
nnd carried away several thousand feet of
lumber belonging to ltohr McIIenry.
Counterfeit silver certificates have been
put in circulation. One Is a 10 check, letter
1). series 1830. Another Is a 20. The tirst
Is pen work, the paper poor, and thinner
than the genuine, and the work darker. The
ounterfeit twenties are photographic, of
thin paper, and thinner thai! the genuine. A
amp linger, will, by rubbing for a few mo
ments, exposu both counterfeits.
A new disease called scurvy leg, which at
tacks poult rj , Is described by an exchangu as
follows : "It Is caused by a gathering of in-
llnlteslm d parasites which come, Impercep
tible at lirst, in the crevices between the
edges of the leg scales, and apparently form
ing grayish -white warts or rough hunches.
1'heie nru millions of them In one hunch.
Kerosene oil will destroy them and remove
thu bunches : brimstone is also said to be
It will be a satisfaction to the members of
the bar In Pennsylvania to know that Mr.
Hrightly has in preparation a new c litlon of
Pardon's Digest," which will hu Issued after
thu adjournment of the legislature In 18811.
.Villi also a third volume to his digest of thu
ennsylvania decisions, embracing a "full
index to the three volumes." 'I he latter
work will appear as soon as the llnal volume
of Norris' reports 11 published.
Mr. J. 11. Hunt, tic liuvcr for lhu N. & W.
H Itv. Co , has been in town during the week
nuichasim: lies of our merchants. He has
secured over 20,000, a sullleient number to
liullil the roail lor alioiit seven miles. I lie
sum naiil. lu the nixu'iVLMtc, will amount In
over 10,000. ShichUiwy JXho.
Mr. Hunt Informs us that lie has in all
7,000 ties and that only 11,000 more are re-
quired to bed the road from Catawissa to
Xanllcoke. When the weather permits, the
work of laying track will be pushed with all
possible speed, .and will piobably be com.
pleled as far as Shiekshinny by thellrstof
The Wilkes Harru gas works bluiv up on
Monday afternoon last. Thu explosion oc
curred in the engine room and It Is not
known exactly what was the cause. The
boilers did not explode nnd it is thought
1 1 1 tit escaping gas was the cause. The
building was completely dcniollshe 1 nnd thu
windows of houses lu the neighborhood
were shattered. No onu was Injured, three
men In the building escaping unhurt. The
city will bu without gas for several days ami
there Is a lively demand for coal oil lamps
And now they have found a new scheme
to scare Christians ami sinners to death be
fore their lime, and the end of the world Is
postponed until IHSIt. A Herman paperasserls
that a slab has been recently excavated at
Oberenunel, which contains the following
Latin Inscription 1 " lieu Luster falls on
St. Mark's (April 25), and Whit Sunday on
St. Anthony's (June lit), and Corpus Domini
on St. John's (Junu 24),nll the world will call
for help." It Is said that another authority
for tliu date of the world s doom was the
celebrated prophet, Dr. .Michael Nostradamus
who was bom on thu Mth day or December,
1 .!():), and died at Salem on tho 24th of June,
.Mrs. Sarah dross, charged wllh attempted
abortion, had a hearing before J. II, Malzu
Ksq. on Tuesday afternoon last, It, It, Lit
tie, dlstrlrt attorney, and H. F. Zarr appear
cd for tho Commonwealth mid O. Q, Harkley
and K. U. Ikcler for defendant. Dr, 11. F,
(larduer was thu first witness sworn. Hu
tcstllled that hu was summoned to attend
Mrs. Krug at dross' hnusu and found on his
arrival that shu was dead. Ho further test!
lied that ho and Drs. Mclvclvy and Darter
made a ;mI mo (em examination, Thu cause
of death was apoplexy, Charles Krug was
sworn, but his evidence was not Important
Thomas Dnllmau tcstlticd as to his being at
dross' houso noon idler Mrs, King's death.
.Mrs, tlioss was iiein lu $1,000 for iier up
pcarunco at rout I, and in default was com
milted to jail,
It has for several years past been apparent
that Hloomsburg needs 10 nothing to waken
It up. The last census shows that It has not
kept pace with other towns In tho county.
Her wick and Cntawlssa both Increased their
populations very largely during lhu decade,
while Hloomsburg showed an Increase of
only three hundred. If something Is not
done soon, not only llerwlck and Calawtssa,
but even Cculralla will eclipse the capital,
and Hloomsburg will have the proud (lis.
tltictlon of being the mrM town In the
county. The great necessity for bringing
new Industries here has begun to be realized
by our business men, and special Induce
ments have been offered different parlies to
locate here. No town lu the statu can nlTord
greater advantages. The location Is central
and healthy, water Is plenty, Arc protection
ample, living Is cheap, and there Is plenty of
room to build up a large oily. When the
woolen milts are built, the Fishing creek
railroad put through, and a free bridge
thrown across lhu liver, not only lllooms.
burg but the whole county will awaken to
I'lie Bethlehem 7Vmn warns the public
ugalnst a fraud who has been Imposing oil
the people of that place. He gives Ids name
ns Kinanucl Spencer and seeks charity by
showing Ids feet, which have been so badly
frozen as to have made ampulallon of his
tois necessary. Ills stories arc contllctlug,
however 1 to some he says he had them
frozen In Salt Lake, and to others during a
snow storm In Colorado, while snow bound
and acting as a locomotive cnglii"cr. He
claims to have been foreman of the Jury that
ouvlctcd Lee, the leader of the .Mountain
Meailow massacre. Spencer says Hint In
1811(1 he ran cngluu No. 1(1 (Neptune) on thu
Lehigh Valley railroad, but because of wreck
at Catasauqun, which was not Ids fault, the
authoillles wished to suspend him, when he
left. This story Is not confirmed, 11 limn re
porter having questioned an olllccr of the
company lu reference to Spencei's statement,
and was Informed that there was no record
that Spencer had ever been lu the company's
employ. The Vihm says the man Is a fraud,
He Is a well developed man, robust and
healthy looking, and about six- feet high.
if lhu lady who reads this card when in
want of Spool Cotton will ask
"O. N. T."
she will obtain the verv best thread made.
Ask for Clark's '"O.N. T." Cotton and
see that you get It.
For sale by all leading dealers,
lob 3 o m
A I'u.ltlM' Sec 'sll).
Some time ago tliu Oitumbi ia called atten
tion to the need of another mail agent on tliu
it 11. It. It. This need Is more urgent
than ever and demands the consideration of
the Post-oltlci! Department, The malls are
now so heavy that It Isa mnttcrof linposslbll
Ityfor one man to sort and distribute them at
the various towns along the road. As a re
lit, the mails are carried past the towns to
which they belong and bring up In Scran
ton whence they return the next day. This Is
exceedingly annoying, especially to business
men, nnd there is a strong demand for an
other mall agent. We trust that the matter
may be brought to the attention of the
proper authorities and that they may speed
ily remedy the evil. It cannot he said that
the malls nru properly delivered when twen-ty-four
Why llllltt In mil 11 l.riili Venr.
The year 11)00, although It Is divisible by
without 11 remainder, is not a leap year,
and it comes about In this wav : Under the
"Julian period" the solar year was consider-
d to consist of three hundred ami sixty-live
days and a quarter of a day, but as the
actual or civil year could not Ik' ir.nie
a quarter of a day, an additional
lay xvas Inserted in the ca'endar every
fourth year to make up for four lost quarters
and this is the 2l)th of February. Hut the
Julian method of lutcrcallallon made the
ear too long by eleven minutes, ten and one-
third seconds. This put the calendar ahead
of solar time one day in about 120 years ; so
to balance this, in the adjustment of the cal
endar known as the "Oregdriau," after Pope
Gregorian the XIII.uoiv universally adopted
lu Christian countries except lticsia, one of
the leap years Is dropped at the close of
every century, except when tliu llgurcs of
the centurial year,leaing out the two ciphers
at thu end, can be divided by four without a
remainder. Thus 1(100 was a leap year and
2000 will be, but 1700, 1800 and 1D0J are not.
Hy an act of assembly passed In 1831 the
iccounts of poor directors not co-exteu-
slve with tho county lu which they are slt-
ated, are to hu audited annually on the sec
ond .Monday of January, by a board of audi
tors composed of the senior auditors of each
Ity, borough or township of which the (lis.
trlet may he composed. This does not change
any special laws or acts now In force.
It is a mutter of interest to township audi
tors and the public, to know that liy an Act
of Assembly approved June -1th 187l),the date
of the meeting of such auditors was tlxcd on
thu second Monday of .Match of each year.
Before the passage of th it net the tinu- was
thu second Moiid ly of April, :i:id wu are in
formed there are many persons who think
that is the iii'o.ur il i'.e. An lltors should
bear this In mind and save themselves trouble.
Next Monday, thu Kith lust,, is tliu date on
which township auditors mint meet. By 11
provision of the act mentioned ubove the
terms of nil new township olllcers begin on
the Hrst .Monday of March anil the terms of
old olllcers expire on that day.
riktiliiu Creek llriiu.
The meeting Is sllll In progress at the
Jonestown M. K, Church,' It commenced
on the 22nd of January and has been con
ducted of late by the olllclal members of the
church. Quite n number have professed to
be ju.-tltied and joined the church.
Mr. William A, Jones of Towaiida, Ilrad.
ford county, formerly of this place, has been
visiting Ids father and mother and Ids many
filends at Jonestown. His visit resulted In
taking to himself a wife, Miss Llz.nle Mc.
Gulru of the same place. They were married
by the Itev. T. O. Wees in the M, K. Church
Mr. Joseph Kvclaud is also nu 11 vMt from
New York Stale to this place, where lie has
many waun friends. He was '.it
Jonestown meeting two evenings ami was
warmly greeted. He Is getting quite feeble-
Thu wheat and rye crops look very prom
islng at this place, and the roads are begin
lug to dry oil,
Wu had last week the highest freshet lu
rislilng creek anil lliintluguou creek we
have had slncu July 18.10,
Some scattering Hocks of pigeons
seen last week at this place.
On Thirl) lii.ni Trial,
We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Klcclro
Yoltalo Belts and other Klcctrle Appliance
on trial for thirty days to young men ami
older persons who are atlllclcd with nervous
deblllty.lost vllallly.elc, guaranteeing speedy
relief and complete icstnratlon of vigor nnd
manhood. Also for Itheuuiallsm, Neuralgia,
Paralysis, Liver and Kidney dllllcnliles,
Ruptures and main other diseases, llhistra
ted pamphlet scut free, Address Yoltalo
Hell Co., Maihhall, Michigan,
Oct. 28, '8.ly
Siilnorlbcrs who change their places of rcsl.
donee 011 the first of April should notify us
of thu fact, giving both the old nnd the new
post olllco address.
Alfred 11. Clinplu Ksq. who studied law lu
the otllco of lion. C. It. lluckalew and was
subsequently ndmlltcd to the bar, has re-
moved to Nanllcoke and will practice lu
Besides the attorneys mentioned last week,
Col, 8. Knorr and AV. II. Uhawn Ksqs. were
also In attendance) at tho Supreme Court lu
Mr. George Lazarus who has been visiting
lu this part of the country for several months
past, started for his home In Columbus,
Knnsas, last Tuesday. He was formerly a
resident of Orangevllle.
J. F. Peacock Is spending the week lu
Mr. I'eler Collins has returned to town and
III make this his headquarters for some
time to come.
.Mr. McKwen. of Wnluwrigiit As Co., Plilln.
elphla, was lu town Ill's wivk, on Ids usual
monthly business dip.
.Mr. Will illllcris visiting Mrs. (1. V,. W1U
bur, Ids sister.
Mr. and Mrs. N. I'. Funk are In Philadel
phia this wi-'ck.
Mrs. W, A. llorr and sou, of Havcnmi,
Ohio, me the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. and Mrs. George l' Klwell are In
Mr. L. T. Applemau of Kiston Is In town.
Mr. Michael Meylcrt t,f L-iporte, registered
at the Kxchange Hotel on Wednesday.
Nl" Illlti'f prim's.
It may now be set down as an established
fuel that the woolen mill will be established
In Hloomsburg. A substantial three slotted
brick building, 121 x .11 feet In dimensions,
HI be erected on the corner of Sixth and
West street, and furnished wllh the best inn-
hlnery. This enterprise will give employ
ment to a large number of hands, We hope
and believe lh.it this manufactory Is the first of
many yet to come. Hloomsburg offers un
usual Inducements for manufacturing estab
lishments, such as inllretii facilities, an am
ply supply of water, well guided streets fee,
and capitalists will do well to lake these
things Into consideration in deciding upon
locations for their works.
Messrs. Harmaii k Hasscrt havepurcha-ed
two lots of land adjoining their shops and
lire negotiating for a third. They Intend to
erect extensive car works If satisfactory ar
rangements can be made. We are glad to
announce so Important 11 business venture.
It seems quite certain that a telephone ex
change will be established lu this town with
conui'Cllons to Danville.Catawlssa, Berwick,
Espy and Light Street. This will prove a
rent convenience to our people, and when
onco tried will never lie relinquished. The
plrlt of Improvement is certainly strong lu
Hloomsburg Just now.'
Messrs. Corcoran ii Biibb will soon estab
lish a wholesale grocery bulness In the old
McKelvy building, corner of Main and Mar
.III Hill hem..
Many children are being detained from
school 011 account of vaccination.
.Mr. William Goodhait of West Millliu and
Miss Eva Miller of Main township, were mar
ried on Saturday la-t.
The singing convention which was held nt
this place, during the whole of last week, by
Profs. Keller of Cntawlssa, and Johnson of
New York, closi d on Saturday evening with
musical concert. It was an entire success.
The hours of Instruction were from I) to 11
111., 2 lo 4 p. m. nnd 7 to 0 p. m. There
were alioiit forty scholars In the class who
were verv much lieneilteilliy Hie l'rol s., who
would be welcome!)1 patronized In tho future.
The coin entlon was just what was needed
and was highly appreciated liy all Intelligent
lovers of music.
Mr. and Mrs. John Snyder of Milton, form-
rly of this place, have been visiting friends
and relatives here for the past two weeks.
They both have reached the age of seventy
years, and are looking unusually well. I hey
were warmly greeted by many old friends
and former neighbors.
.Vr. Win. Harlzel Jr., had Ids hand badly
hurt on Monday, while at woik on the saw mill.
Kev. Kolder.the Reformed mlnl-tir of this
liarge.lianiled in Ids resignation on Sunday
Superintendent Grimes visited thu town
schools on Friday. He had vWlcd the
ountry schools early In January.
Hull. 11111I ItiiMii'lH
The hats and bonnets ahcady Introduced
for early spring wear are bv no means so pro-
noiineed in shape as those favored last whiter,
but are much modltlcd In size and formation,
The specimens upon exhibition show hut
few of the curves, dents and smashes which
mill ked tliu styles last summer in even the
arious straws, and made noticeable the
felts and beavers (luring lhu fall and winter
seasons. Large round hats aru slightly up
turned either lu front, back or one side, and
positive pukis are replaced by a bonnet which
Is neither a poke nor a cottage in shape, but
partakes of the characteristics of both.
Steeple-crowns have scoop brims, and queer
shaped bonnets lit the face closely, while the
rowns cover the back of the head; capotes
have not changed In st) le and are In great
favor, us so many ladles can wear them who
dure not assume unique or striking shapes.
Personal inspection of early Importations
of spring styles lu hats and bonnets has led
to tliu above expression of opinions, but If
one can rely upon the assertions ot author!
tics lu mutters of fashion at home and abroad.
It can bo easily helleved that thu same latl
tude Is allowed in coverings for the head as
Is found In the formation of costumes.
llln'."ltli Vim Mliilili-."
Delightful old Itlp Van Winkle, whom
Washington Irving and Joseph Jefferson
have madu onu' of the most famous of Amer
ican characters, Is just published, with other
of Irvlng's choicest ".Sketches," In a charm,
lug little ivdJIue, gilt edge, richly ornament.
cd volume, for the marvellously low price of
i't cents, or by mall, 10 cents, by The Useful
Knowledge Publishing Company, of New
York City. They Issue nu edition of Hie
same, bound lu plain cloth, for 21 els, post
paid, and another, new In binding, appro.
priutcly nnnieil "rllllly," for only 111 cents,
postpaid, These volumes are issued cspccl.
ally lo show lo the book. buying millions the
ch iracter of the literature, and quality of
workmanship, willi the wonderful economy
lu cost, which the "Literary Rebellion" pro.
poses to produce, a large number of standard
nnd exceedingly desirable works being
announced to follow rapidly, cipial lu ipial.
Ity and lu economy of cost. The red line
edition Is certainly one of the most exipiUlte
lllllu volumes which has ever found lis way
Into the homes of ordinary mortals, nnd the
"I'llllly" cdlllon places the famed low price
even of the "Lileraiy Revolution" far lu the
background. I he books will ceitaltily sell
by the hundred thousand, and ought to sell
uy ine million. . postal earn will secure
specimen pages and catalogues from the
publisher, Tliu I'seful Knowledge Publish
lug Company, 1112 William Street, New
York ( hy.
Miss Vcrnla Crosslcy, who has been visit
ing her parents In this place for the past three
weeks, returned to Lalrdsvllle on Saturday
The high water, hist week, did conshh r-
able damage In Benton.
Several Benton people attended the pro
tracted meeting at ltohrsburg, Sunday. It Is
still being continued with remarkable
Several of our young folks attended 11 1
oyster supper at Mr. Jack Gearhart's tesl.
deuce, nenr Ciitnlira, hist Friday evening.
They report It a very enjoyable affair, and
nver that Ciunbrii's young people are very
entertaining and made everything pleasant
The building of the proposed now Christian
chinch at ('umbra, Is very likely to bu post
poned for thu present, nil on account of a
failure of lhu members to uiinnlmoilsly agree
as to the location of the church.
Dame rumor has it that Mr. F. Wilson, of
liohrsburg, Intends locating In Benton about
the 1st of April. Henton will then have two
Imrncss.maker.s, one more than Is necessary
to do thu business In that Hue, in Ibis place.
Applemau it .McIIenry Intend putting up a
largu threcslory building soon, to bo used
for ti blacksmith ami wagon-maker shop.
Tills will bo quite an Improvement.
Mr. J. M, Long, nt Hloomsburg, on Satur
day last, sold Ids team of horses, buggy and
Krickbaiim & McIIenry recently purchased
Mr. II. M. Kverett's new hearse, trimmings,
Ac. They also have a very Hue white hearse
expressly for children's funerals, three' Ice
boxes, and In fact everything necessary to
carry on a llrst-class undertaking business.
Their stock of furniture Is the largest, best
and cheapest ever brought to Henton.
.Mr. Gat rick Mallory Is very happy. Ills
a twelve pound girl ; arrived on Wednesday
On Tuesday morning the infant daughter
of Mr. Lilly, a moulder, was burned to death.
Its clollus were set on lire liy 11 sistci about
three years old, during the mother's absence
from the room, Il died a few hours after
At the Literary Society last Saturday even
ing the c.xeiclses were 11 song by W. M. Mo!-
llcli, recitation by Albert Klmherly and n
debate on Love vs. Hate. The iilllrinatlve
was represented by W. K. Smith, B. P. Van-
natta and Andrew Freasj the negative by
Flunk Stewart, J. F. Hevan and Harry
Phillips. The house was tilled to overflow,
lug, drawn together liy the expectation of
hearing 1111 exposition of the power of the
tender passion. Messrs. Stewart nnd
Yiinnatta were particularly eloquent. The
Judges decided for the iitHrmutlvo, that love
s thu stronger passion,
On Sunday, Itev. Smyscr preached Ids
farewell sermon In the Methodist church.
Many friends will regret Ids departure. The
Sunday previous Itev. Kttlnger, who has
been the Kvangelical pastor here for ten
years, preached his adieu. This church has
never had a more sincere, manly and able
divine than he who will shortly leave.
The small-pox patients nre doing
There is one new case in "Newtown."
town council have decreed that all
running around on the streets shall be
Iloiv.lliirrlntfcln .'eniisjltauta llevokiM 11 WTI.
Some very hard cases have arisen under
our law In regard to this subject. A man
about lo marry has made Ids will lu favor of
his Intended wife, and a woman about to
marry has made her will In favor of her in
tended husband, and In both cases the wills
have been revoked by the marriage. It has
happened more than, once that purchasers
who bought from the devisee or legatees
under a will, have found that they have fulled
to get a titlu to tliu wholu properly on ac
count of an outstanding claim on thu part of
uu after-born child of the testator. It Is Im
portant, therefore, that the following sum
mary of the law by the late Chief Justice
Iteed should bo kept In mind :
First. The will of a single woman Is re-
voked liy her subsequent marriage, and Is
not revived by the death of her husband.
Second. If 11 man makes his will and
marries, and dies leaving a widow, so far 11s
regards 'the widow, lie dies Intestates that is,
his will Is revoked pro tanto (or in Hint re
spect.) Third. If a man makes his will, and lias
an after-born child or children not provided
for in said will, and dies leaving this after-
born child or children, so far as regards
such child or children, he dies Intestate, . ml
Ids will is revoked pro t inta.
Fourth. If a man makes Ids will, and
marries, and dies, leaving 11 widow- and child
not provided for In such will, his will is not
revoked absolutely, as at common law, but
only ' lanln.
Fifth. If a man marries, and dies, leav-
lug 11 widow, lint not known heirs or
kindred, It Is clearly revoked, so far as to
Ivu to lhu widow both the real and personal
I he law reluses to ailmtt thai a man can
Intend to disinherit Ids children, unless hu
shows that Intention by 11 will made after
they were born.
A Hint Uxi'fiitluii.
The billowing is given upon the authority
of the IV.ossbuig ReguUr : A number of
gentleman last Wednesday noon were the
witnesses of a very curious pro.
ceedlng. On the sign lu front of the Key
stone clothing house were gathered a large
number of our common street sparrows,
Hy the busy actions of the birds It was evl
dent that something unusual was about to
transpire. On the cornices of thu building
could bu seen different groups, all apparently
engaged In the discussion of sonnj subject of
grave Importance. Every now and then
one would liy off, generally returning with
some friends lo increase the number of thosu
already assembled. The spectators watched
the progress of the affair with 11 lively curl.
osity,as the actions of tliu birds were remark,
able In tho extreme. At last matters seemed
to bu brought to 11 climax ; tho different
groups separated and gathered in a crowd
around thu sign, and now comes thu strange
part of the Incident. Upon 11 small Iron rod
connecting tho sign with the sldu of the
building were ranged a doen solemn looking
sparrows 1 presently two moru appeared, one
leading tliu other by the neck. He was led
to the centre of lhu rod and pushed off. To
the surprise of the audience he made 110 at
tempt lo liy away, hut remained suspended
In the air, A close scrutiny revealed tho
fact that onu end of a long horsehair was
fastened around his neck, the other end be.
Ing held In thu mouth of thu sparrow above,
It gradually becamu apparent to tliebystand
ers that thuy were witnessing thu execution
of a bird felon. After he had remained bus
pended In this position a few moments, 11
grent uproar arose, and the culprit was al
lowed to depart, Il ls presumed that the
stay of proceedings was granted on the plea
of temporary Insanity,
Dully Chicago Tlmes.J
Mr. (leorge Humes, of Iliignall ii Ilarues
of Mouth Water street, said that Ids wife had
been a severe sufferer wllh neuralgia for
years and had tried many remedies In vain
8t. Jacobs Oil Is the only thing that biought
Ilrrita Itrfl riled.
The following deeds hnvu been iccnrded
since those lost published!
Henry James and wife lo H. F, Gardner,
John L. Frcck mid wife to Lewis A. Hlley,
Solomon llelwlg lo Joseph Uelwlg, Cain-
If the electors of any township fall to choose
an assessor or assistant assessor nt the time
fixed by law, or If any pet son elected refuse
to serve, the ciiunly commissioners shnll ap
point n tit person to (HI the olllce.
Assessors must produce lo the county com.
mlsshmcrs wllhln twenty days after their
election a copy of the oath or nlllrmalloii
which they have subscribed, In be Hied In tho
commissioners' olllce. They must also keep
1111 account of thu several days actually em
ployed lu the performance of their duties.
The ncl of 15 May 1811 requires that asses
sors and assistant assessors shall assess, rutu
and value all objects of taxation, whether for
slate, county, township or borough purposes
according to the actual value thereof, nnd nt
such rates and prices for which the same
would separately ii'imi jiilt sell.
In making their returns the assessors
should be vety careful not lo return the same
tract of unseated land twice. They should
make diligent Inquiries and If an unseated
tract has become seated since the last assess
ment It should be transferred to lhu seated
list 1 To Illustrate 1 Suppose A owns 11 farm,
, . .... .... ,, , , . .
farm was assessed lu the name of 11 last venr.
During thu year A purchases of 11 and an
nexes tliu tract lolds farm, and cultivates It,
thus making It seated Instead of utiscilcd.
Thu assessor puis an Increased valuation on
A's farm thus enlarged, and then, as is
too often the case, proceeds to make nut his
return oii ( year' IrnvL and puis down the
unseated tract In the name of 11. Two years
pass by, no taxes are marked as paid on the
tract, though A has paid taxes on the whole
farm, mid It Is advertised for sale by the
treasurer. The commissioner!) refuse In In
vestigate the case, mid rather than engage In
expensive litigation A pays the taxes and
costs, though he does not owe a dollar of It.
nd so the operation may be repealed year
after year. In such cases the commissioners
should give the matter their careful attention,
and make corrections In accordance with the
facts. This would prevent much unjust tax
ation, and would save the county the ex
pense of advertising many tracts that either
do not exist at all, or arc assessed under two
different names, or have become seated. Thu
best way to avoid any trouble of lids kind Is
to elect none but Intelligent and careful men
to the olllce of assessor.
The great superiority of DR.
BULL'S COUGH SYRUP over
allolhercough remedies is attested
by the immense popular demand
for that old established remedy
' For the Cure of Cotichs, Colds,
i oarseness, Croup, Asthma, Bron
hitis, Whooping Cough, Incipient
Jonsumption and for the relief of I
"ivummive persons in advanced
a is of the Disease. For Sale
' 't '! rrutgists. Price, 25 cents.
Nov. 4, '81-cm
llAi!i:isoN'--Siifi.iv. At the .M. 11. Parson.
age in Orangevllle, by llcv. T. O. Clecs, Feb.
the 8th, Mr. T. W. Harrison of Jonestown, to
Miss Lottie Shullz, all of Col. co.
AnNiviia: -MiM.cii- At the same place, 011
Keb. llltli, by Hev. T O. Clecs, Mr. A. 1),
Arnwinc of West Hemlock, to Miss Alice
Miller of Niimldia, all of Col. co.
Sushis - Hamon--March -lib, at the M. I-
parsonage, in Centre, by Itev. X. Spear,
Kllnha Stiuer to Joanna O. Hamou, all of
HineuKU-oN' Died lu Light Street on Feb-
ruary 18th, Samuel II. llutcliesson, aged (12
years and 10 mouths.
Jiiiismin On thu 27th of February at Jer-
seylown, Mrs. F.ll.abcth .Johnson, aged 02
years 5 months and .1 days.
Cisim On .March the !lrd Christcna Crliu of
West Hemlock, aged 7ii years ami 27 da).
PHILfvDELPH A MARKETS
lYuiisymuilit f unity .
M OH 7 !i7
ii (l (.6 0 M
,. .. 5 (HI (.. 5 ti
. ... i Tf. 1,1 5 IHI
1 41 ncr htlh.
ui 111 per uu li.
II (a, 11
4i 14 50 "
11 a 11 h, cts. 1 cr lb.
Win Hi pi r bushel,,.
Itye " ....
Corn, " ...
oits ' "
nour rer ourrm ..,
sides s Shoulders .,
wiru pur pouuu .....
liar per ton
BE NOT DECEIVED
By Plvsters claiming to be an im
provement on ALLCOOK'S
AT T lo tlin fliiirriiiol anil
aliajUUK. a is tlio uriginal ana
nnW irmmina Pnivrnj Pl.iaim.
Olliy geiUline lOlOlW UtlStei
all other so-called PoPOUS
Plasters arc imitations.
Beware of them.
See that you get an ALLC0CK
tt i nwi r i i ,
rijAnj CjCV, WHICH we guarantee
has cfFccted nioro and
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
New Shirting nt I, W. Hartmnn's.
If you want Towels, Napkins, Table
Linens or white Counterpanes go. to Lilt, cc
IT ItKAIIS TUB LIST
Of all other iiretiarntlons or medicines. In
cases of niti!, hcatlaeht, dizziness or Irreg
ularities of the system, Burdock Blood Hit
ters hnve 110 equal. They never fall In
affording Immediate relief. Price $ 1,00.
New Pant goods at I. W. Hartman's,
ltenicinber that LutZix; Sloan will not
undersold on black silks.
AM. IS WF.l.t, HIAT KNI1S WKM.
(Irln Catlln. 10 Pearl Street, Huffnlo, N. Y.,
says 1 "I tried various remedies for the piles
. . . .. - ... a , n-i l
mil lounil no rciici until 1 uscii 1 nonius
I.clectrlc Oil. which entirely cured me after
a few applications."
Now Muslin and Tickings at I. W. Hart-
C. C. Mnrr Is selling lino syrup for 00 cents.
Fun Sai.k. Jersey Hull Bucephalus 2nd
No. :i1f)S. Will bo sold to make room for
Ids successor SI. Augustine No. 5020. In
quire of A. P. Young, Mlllvllle.
A true assistant to nature In restoring tho
system to perfect health, thus enabling It to
resist disease, Is Brown's Iron Hitters.
New Cambrics at I. W. llnrtmau's.
Housekeepers will Hud It to their advan
tage to visit ilie Great Bargain store.
Moorhcnd A: Hurler have purchased the
s,n1;. "c " ''" ,u "l0 ! M"no"
and have cnlnrccd the stock. They have
raised the prices on railroad tics, and will
pay the highest llgurcs cither lu trade or
cash. They also Keep on hand a stock of
salt, llsh, fertilizers and land plaster which
they offer for sale at very low prices, lted
Ash Avondalc coal constantly on hand.
march u, vw.
For extra Inducements J. F. Caldwell is
trying to sell bread cheaper than can be bak.
cd by any private family.
New Coatings at I. W. Hartman's.
Grey hairs are honorable but their ptema-
ture appearance is annoying. Parker s Hair
H ilsam prevents thu annoynncu by promptly
restoring tliu youthful color.
New Calico at I. W. Hartman's.
- . -
On account cf Its remarkably delicate and
lastliiL' frai'raiico society belles areioud In
their pialses of Floreston Cologne.
C. C. Marr wants corn, oats, potatoes,
large and small onions, dried apples, butter,
eggs, lard and meat.
G rent Bnriralns are tobuhadatC. W. Low's
store at Orangevllle Pa., as he Is selling out
his entire stock of goods at cost, as lie has
1 rented his storu to Llllev fc Sloppy nnd gives
them possession the Hrst of April, feb 17- tf
The low prices at the Great Harcalu store.
have still been reduced lower, ns wo shall
sell all our strck by thu latter part of March.
Biitlerlck March patterns nt C. C. Marr's.
RUSSIAN WIIlTIi OATS.
At Mover Hros. Write for prices. Can
supply any quantity, wholesale and retail.
Pianos, omans. nnd all wood musical In
struinciils.cleancd.tiined.nnd repaired. New
hairs put oil bows. T. Methcrcll, Hloomsburg.
New Dress Goods at I. W. Hartman's.
Visit tho Barirain store for Great Harciiins
lu iinvtliiiiL'. Will close the latter Mart of
C. C. Marr wants gecsu feathers.
only two norri.M.
Messrs. Johnson, Hollowny & Co., wholu
salu driiL'L'NtH of Philadelphia, Pa., report
that some time ago 11 gentleman handed thenr
a dollar with a request 10 send a good catarrh
cure to two army olllcers in Arizona. He-
ccnllv Hie same gentleman told them that
both the olllcers and the wife of Gen. John
C. Fremont, Gov. of Arizona, had been cured
of catarrh hy two bottles of Kly's Cream
Messrs. l-.ly Bros., Druggists, Oswego, N.
Y. A few days ago 1 saw a lady who had
used your Cream Halm for Catarrh, and had
found more relief from one bottle than from
all other remedies shu had tried. I enclose
$1 for two bottles. Yours respectfully,
Jalnes Hitchcn, M. I). Providence, It. I.
Price 00 cents.
You can buy calico, gingham, mohair and
c.ishiueru dress goods cheaper at C. C. Marr's
Want Prime Cloversccd and fiOO bushels
of Potatoes at Silas Young's, Light Street.
Feb. 24 4.w
Xew Cretonnes at I. W. Hartman's.
Dr. bV.izier's Rout Biltc.s.
Fra.icr's Hoot Hitters are not a dram-shop
whiskey buverai!e,but are strictly medicinal in
every sense. They act strongly upon the
liver nun uiuncys, Keep ine noweis open nnu
renular.makc thu weak stronchcnl the lungs.
build up the nerves and cleanse the blood nnd
system ot every impurity.
ess,rush of blood to the head, tend-
loir In Hiinnlew. dvsni'iisiii. fever and aifiic.
lllijia,Mllllui.3 mm iuwit:iiL-n, aiiuiiuuiia nu-
.1-'.. t 1... 1 !.!.... 1 . n-nr..ln..., 1... I
sullcrimr from weakness or debility caused
from Imprudence, and to temalcs lu delicate
health, l ruzler's Koot Hitters are especially
lip I'Vimpr. I hnvu imeil twn luittles nf
Hoot Hitters for dyspepsia, dizziness weak-
uess, ami kidney disease, anil they did me
more good than the doctors, and all the mcdl -
clnul ever used, l roni thu Hrst iIoo 1 took
1 begun to mend, and I am now in perfect
Health, anil tcel as well us 1 ever (lid. 1 con-
b c"i.s,rm ' 8
.Mllh. Jl. .MAKll.-N, Cleveland, u.
by all druggists everywhere nt l per
UllSHY (i CO.,iofe lou'r,
02 Wtev SI. AVio York.
PILliS! PILES! P.LES!
.1 Sure Cure Found ut I.un(!
No one nocmi stiiier!
A sure, cure tor 1. Itiil.ti ee.Il.ig, Itching ami
William, (an Indian remedy.) called Dr. Wll.
nam s iiiuiau wiiiimcni, a single uox nns
cured the worst chronic cases of 'Hi or !K)
years standing, No one need suffer flvu
minutes alter applying this wotuleriul sooth.
Ing medicine. Lotions Instruments and elec
tuaries do more harm than good. William's
Ointment absorbs tho tumors, allays thu in
tense itching, (particularly at night after get
ting warm In bed,) acts as a poulticc.glvesin-
suini anil painless rellei,nnil is prepared only
lor piles vc, nnu mr miming cise.
Head what lion. J. M. Uollltiherrvof Uleve
laud says about Dr. William's Indian Pllo
ii ()lntnient! 1 have used scores of pile cures,
Jo and It utTords inu plca.Miru to say that I have
never found anything which gave me such
immediate and permanent relict us Dr. ll
ham's Indian Ointment.
For sale by all druuijists or mailed on re
ccipt ol price, ifi.uu.
HDN7.Y & CO.. Prop'n,
02 Yescy St., New York
KIN DISEASES CURED
HyDr. Frulcr's Magic Ointment. Cures
us If by magic, pimples, black heads or
H1'. blotches nnd eruptions on the face,
wU i. tll0 sUIn Ct,lir ,u. llt)iy lllul u-muifui
. Ahm cures Itch, barber's Itch, salt rheum.tet-
; , rgwonn, sculd head, chapped bauds,
yuan uu iiescripiiou irom u hkiu disease
which appeared cm his hands.hcad and face,
and nearly destroyed Ids eyes. Thu most
;b careful doctoring failed to help him, and after
nil liml fnlli'll 1 141 USl'il llr. 1' Vil'Iil'u Mmrlrt
". . . . - . - .. - . -..&..
Han lulled nu used nr. r raziei's
uinuneni anu was cured uy a lew appiica
Ctrl lie tlrst and only iiosltlvu cure for skin
mucuses cei iiiMUYcrcu.
Hcnt by mall on receipt of jirtcu. 60 cents.
tiHSiti ivt,u., oie I'rop'rs,
02 Yksbv sr.. Nkw Youk.
Fur blind, bleeding, itching or ulcerated
piles int. wiimam's imiian cii.e ointment is a
surectue. Price ijd.OQ by mall, Njrsa'e
by nil Drugglsld.
JOHN A. FUN STON & Co,
Eoal Estato, Truflti Investment and
iUktorv frama woolen milt, with full set ot tn-
clilnerjr, a good nttir.U wsur power, a l io gooa
working oonmtioa, also Atgs fr M rtwjlllnif.oarn
and oiit-bulldlngs, M Heron ( I la nl, mil to
liloomsburir, win 00 s jkt clio.tp in 1 011 tfo xi tormi,
owned br c. I.. Bands.
70 acres, (rood land, biilldlnifs, fences, trult uid
water. In Henton twn.. one mlli 10 No Columbus.
Terms reasonable, owned br Daniel ennr. mc
115 Acres. Hurley farm, Mont Jirtonhtp.frame
dwelling house, bank onrnand other ouMiuitdtngs,
good soil; about too acres timber, well watered;
ucalthjr location, (rood markets. If desired, will d.
Tiae in iwo or iiirv'B irdfcLB. rru uiui n, u. v..y
Now owned by Wm. Null, Esq.
A comfortable now brick dwelling on stu street.
weitot Market, IV rooms. A bargnla.
ISO acres on south bank of river t miles from
town ot Mimtn on road to Iter Ick. IIS acres bottom
Unri. h&lanroi timber. Ilnck dwelling, bank barn and
outbuildings, (rood fruit and water, (well and foun
tain). Also a valuable acpostt of nve acres of brick
and potter clay. Owned by John Wolf, of Dlooms-
A desirable now brick dwelling lioasa and a targa
frame dwelllnir houso anl frame Btable on Kant
street one door bilow Third.
jatM offered on casr terms with contncU to bulla
SB acrea In Madison UiwnetitD: occulted br Joseph
wise, uoou irjino nouso anu uanK u.iru.
lately well limed and manured.
Apple orchard and
101 Acres In l'lshlnircrcck townthlp.on road to
ilenton. llrlck house, finmo bjrn and kheds Uood
water at house an 1 barn. Apple orchard and other
fruits, owned by John t'calur.
HI Acres productive land In "Icmlock to.tashlp,
4 miles from liloimsburg. Kramo dwelling, bank
barn and I wo tenant homes.
A t story brick dwelllnir. hew frame barn trood
water and fruit. All In boat of condition on Centre
street, Uljomsbu'g, between 3rd and stn.
A largo irame house and barn "I'll outbuildings,
trood water and ft uu. Corner of Third ( nd liatlroad
A very pieas.mt frame dwelling, cornt r 01 stu and
Iron streets, with water and ebb. All In coodcondl.
A )f story frame ctrrl igo and bUcksmlth shop,
40xro iceton Iron near Muln street, with trade and
goodwill AfullsH of tools In each department,
lie isoiiablo price and terms
A nearly how s-story train) itclllng on Fourth
Street. Catawlsia, fr.ima sublc, good water, and
fruit, all iugod cindltion.
Also. n'ies land on I). It W. tt. It near
Caliwhui Paper Mills, wllh coal jard. 4 llmi kilns,
ani railroad Biding. A des rablo site for car shops
or other manufactory. Tcrini casonable. Owned
uyf. ji. KDiiiie.
fls acres, well watered. In Hemlock township.
framo house, bank barn and out-bulldlngs, choice
fruit, young orcu ,rd with grain In grouad, Block
c If desired. Thorn is lllcxey o.vner.
For particulars, apply to
oct. 1 1, si-tt John a. Fu.vsroH.
orl'AL'L E, Wilt!'.
Osborn's Family Paints ready for use are
the most convenient article of the kind, all
shades and colors, put up In 4, J and pint
cans. Ye furnish 11 can of paint and brush
for 25 cents.
bnxoline l'etroleum Jc lv.
scalds and sores of every kind; It is good and
cheap. Saxollne Pomade for the hair,
highly perfumed, 2o cents.
Glycerine Lotion. To Indies and children
or any person with .1 tine sensitive skin and
whose complexion is affected by the weather
causing redness, roughness and chapping
(his Lotion is invaluable. An excellent ap
plication lo the f-;j after shaving. Large
bottles 2.1; and BC 1 nts.
Our Stock of Hair and Tooth brushes has
been replcnUhe 1 nnd contains some good
Ve carry a complete and well selected
stock, anil competent persons are always in
attendance to supply the wants of our pat
rons. We study to please, nnd believe we
can supply you with everything in our line
economically, satisfactorily and in 11 manner
calculated to induce to join in the verdict,
that our store Is the place to trade. Hoping
to see many readers of the Coi.umiiias ut our
place of business shortly and soliciting n
sliurc of your esteemed patronage, we re
main Very Truly Yours
N. J. Hendershott.
C. C. GALIGNAN,
FIRE PLACE HEATERS;
LOW OO WN GRATES.
CELLAR FURNA0ES, &o-
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m era Always Mm uu nauu.
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mi, UUU UllUbl llll'll llUlin.
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OS Jill" US gOOll WOrK IS COIlCCrilt'tl.
No matter how difficult the job is
DrillR It 10 1110, tllHI 1 Will 10 11 01'
work done in
I this blanch, will do well to call
nn(i ec(. mQ bofore QU elsowllCre.
I do UOt hire IU1V but Jll St clnSS
plumbers to do my work.
I am now ready to make esti
mates and take contracts for heat
ing private houses and public
LiiilflinrrH bv fitpinn nr lint wntor
luUlIHg8 U Sieaill Ol 1101 WIULT.
There is always a full line of
this class ot goods to bo louiul in
mv store. Any that I have not
oil hand 1 Can tlll'IUSh at Shortest
.'. nc, lmv ncj 0itv lvrWft
HOllCt, US IOW IIS 111) pi. LIS
I am always ready to do a coed
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