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KltlDAY, JUNK 22, 1883.
Correct Knllroml Time Table.
Trains on thj l'Miaaelpnlt k It. it, lcsvo Ituiicrt
i is a. in. ii 45 a. in,
4 uD p. in. a 45 p, m.
ir.lus on tliu I). L. A vV. It. It. Ioito llloomsuurir
a fallows l
I too. m.
0 47 a. ni.
8 iu a. m.
11 45 n. m.
6 3) p. in.
4 3.) p. m.
Tilu il 45 train sauth connects with tun l'hiia
dot -mi" fi Heading ill uupert, ana with tliu
Northern Central ut Northutnocrland.
Til l s:is a, m. train connects at Northumberland
wlUi V:'i5 train on Pennsylvania road reaching
Tha ll:4J train connects with Pnlladlplilii and
Knidlng. rui 1 l Uuporl ut. U:M reaching Phila
delphia at, oniJ p. in.
Tlio IIUJ train conuocu with Pcnnsrlvinla
rja l at Noriiramuenana ai i:u roacuinir ruunuol
pill al TIM p. ID. ,. c
Tliu 4.30 P 1,1 tmltl connects with Pennsylvania
road at Northumberland at 8:u5 p. in, anu ruacnes
Trains on the N, It W. II. Uullway pass llloom
Ferry as tollows :
J.41 a. m 15.06 p. in.
0.81 p. Ill 7.07 p. m.
Mrs. K. W. Hlwcll mid children of To.
wniuta arc visiting relatives here.
Eil. Selilcl nnil Art. llloom of Danville,
ipcnt Sunday with friends In tills place.
Dr. It. M. Lnshcllc t if Ccntrnlla was In
town on Tuesilny.
Dr. Q. V. Mean ami wife, of Mumlilln,
spent Tuesday In town.
Misses Delia anil Lizzie Yerrlek. of Dun
vlllc, were visiting friends in town over
Miss Jewell of Troy, l'a., niiil Miss 1'etrl
ken of Muncy. ure the guests of Miss JIc-
Dr. Fuller Walker, a noted journalist of
Wew York city Is visiting Ills brother, S.
Band festivnl this Friday anil Saturday
evenings nt Evans' Hall.
The 001111111)111 county Medical Society
held n meeting on Tuesday afternoon.
Birthday cards at the Columbian store.
There was n good attendance at tlic
preaching in the llupert grove last Sunday
The Winona Fire Company has decided
not lo accept tho invitation to go to Sun
bury on the 4th.
A new line of neckwear neat, nohby
nml nice at D. Lowcnbcrg's.
12nt l'ost, G. A. It., attended tliu funeral
of J. 11. II awes at Catawlssa, on Tuesday
Prisoners in the county Jail are requested
not to hang around the iloprs and windows,
They might fall out and hurt themselves.
A nicu top spring buggy will bo given
In exchange for a good kind road horse.
Enquire at Coi.ummak olllcc. jun lfi.tf
Charles Ward will sell personal property
at Wedgetown, on Saturday June UOth, at
one o'clock p. m.
Elegant Pongee silk coats and vests
light and cool Just received at D. Lowciv
Tliu closing exercises of the Orangoville
Academy take place this week Thursday
and Friday evenings.
W. II. Oilmoro has Just put on the road
one of the prettiest spring wagons in this
section. It was made by Sloan & I!ro.
Moses Mcllenry, of Stillwuttr, fed two
cattle from the Inst of November until
June 12th, and the two gained 700 pounds.
This is the heaviest gain yet.
There was a heavy thunder storm on
Monday night. Hain fell in torrents, anil
heaven's artillery rowed almost incessantly
for more than an hour.
E. It. lkeler, Esq. of this plaeo is the
happy recipient of 20 line fresh trout,
caught and presented to him by the Itev.
I). Jf. Klnter, of Stillwater.
Seo our 20 cent boxes of writing paper
and envelopes. They uro of good quality
with unique designs. Cheapest in town at
the Coi.umiuan store.
Another prisoner escaped from tho coun
ty Jail last Friday. It is supposed ho got
out at the same place where llclTron made
his exit. Hu was in for a minor offense,
and his time was nearly up.
Hev. L. Zahncr ofllclatcd in tliu Eplsco
pal church lit rottsvllle on Sunday. Ills
pulpit was supplied by Hev. Mr, Halsley of
Lieut. A. It. Paxton and John Oibbs
were up creek trout fishing several days
last week. John caught over one hundred
alonu lu one day.
A festival will given In the Afton Park,
at Afton, on next Friday and Saturday
evenings, June 29 and 30, for tho benefit of
the comet band. The citizens should glvo
them a liberal patronage.
Adhesive hooks aro among the lato nov
elties for hanging small pictures, plaques,
Ac., on the wall without driving nails.
They aro very pretty, and certainly very
useful. For sale at tho Columbian store.
There, will be a Joint celebration
llupert grove on Wednesday, July 2.'!,
held by the three Lutheran Sunday schools
of Danville, two of Catawlssa and one of
Mls3 Abble, daughter of W. V. Itobblns,
was married on Wednesday afternoon, at
thu resldcnco of her parents on Fifth street,
to Hev, W. H. Hartman. A number of In
vited guests were present, and It was a
The. Wllkeabarru Xews-Dcaler is tho best
Sunday paper that Is sold in Illooinsburg,
Mr, 8. Ilrucc Coleman, tho manager of the
paper, Is well known hero and has many
friends. Hu has mado arrangements for
tho delivery of thu Ncvs-Deater here and iu
Our townsman Jucob Mclllck has sold
ids young Hambletonlnn trotter to E. It.
lkeler, Esq., for $300. She is said to bo
one of tho best animals for .family uso In
tho county and took tho first premium as a
carriage horse at our last County Fair.
Harry Huttcr has purchased tho Hughes
vllle linltrpritt, and assumed control of the
paper. It Is a good opening, hnd Harry
lias thu ability nml experience to make a
success of It, His brother John, of this
nicc, Is with him this week, assisting In
getting things Iu shape.
W. IJ. Poust. agent D. L. & W. II. 11..
llloomsburg, can now sell a ticket rfi'rwi
ami check baggage through to tiearly every
railroad town In the United Btates. He
does not glvo a ticket part way and an
order lu soino other olllcu for tho balance
of the distance, but gives tho ticket
Illustrated Hook ut die Minis mulled tor 4 3
run btarup, jiird food oa, ssr Houtu mn nt, I'nila.
Tho tOWIl authorities tmvn fnrtilrl,1i,ii 4.1I
playing on tho public streets.
Ulrtnn received another birr inn!,.
Thursday morning, weighing 12.1 pound.
Swett liotatoo nlnnl.ii nl filllnn'a criv.ni.
houses at iM cents per 100, and $3.00 per
Thu best of order will bo lireserveil nt
tho lilcnlc at Ituiic rt. fin tliu t-nirlli.
Everybody Is Invited. Make your nrrangc-
mcnts to go.
Wu havu received in pamphlet form thu
Memorial oration on tho ll.ttllu of Oettys
burg, delivered by Edward S. Gcarhart of
Danville, at the Soldiers' National Cemu.
tcry at Gettysburg, May 30th.
The town taxes aro payable to tho trcas
urcr after Juno 21st. Thirty days after
that time the diipllc ito will bo placed tn
thu hands of thu collector, and llvu per
cent, added for collection.
Constable Woodward ha9 posted notices
forbidding bathing In Flshlugcrcek abovo
thilwatcr works. Ho gives notice that
any violation of the law In this regard will
Tho Colu.miiian olllcu Is prepared to
furnish nil kinds of paper bags, plain or
printed, at city prices. Merchants nur
chasing of us will save freight on their
Ihu members of St. Columba's church
of llloomsburg, will hold a picnic at Hess'
grove, Hnpcrt, on the 4tb of July. Good
music will be In attendance, anil refresh-
ments will bu served on the ground'
The public Is invited.
Loir. Somewhere within tho limits of
the Town of Illooinsburg, on or about May
30th, a notu book containing a number of
notes In my favor. The Under will be lib.
erully rcwaided by returning it to
No steps have yet been taken for the
celebration of the Fourth In this town,
and It Is not likely that anything will bo
done. .Many of our people will go to
other places, and those who remain at
home will enjoy family parties, or attend
the picnic at Hupcit.
Chas. Evins, Esq., who has been study
ing law with Senator Wolverton for somo
time, was examined on Thursday and ad
milted to practice after passing a very
creditable examination. Mr. Kvins will
run an ofllce in Berwick, Columbia coun
ty. Sunbury Democrat.
Lester Alexander was agreeably sur
prised on Thursday evening of last week.
It was his twenty-fourth b'utli day and
nhout fifteen of his gentlemen friends
fioiu 'Danville came up and garchlin a
surprise party. The evening passed very
pleasantly. Less, has friends wherever he
James O. Funston died recently at Wil
liamsport, aged 78 years. He was a son
of John Funston, and was born near Jer
seytown, but removed to Lycoming county
about 50 years ago. He was a brother of
.Mrs. Sarah Clark of Catawlssa, and an
uncle of John A. Funston and II. J. Clark
of this town.
At the convention of P. E. Church of the
diocese of Central Pennsylvania, held at
Heading hut week, a motion to illvldu the
diocese was defeated by a vote of 33 to 32
of the clergy. A committee was appointed
to report gnc.tt year on the election of an
assistant Ilishop, and 1500 was set aside
for the bishop's uie during the year for
assistance from other bishops.
Was inn. A situation as book keeper
or clerk, in either country or town. Have
completed a Husiness Course in Hryant it
Stratum's college. Can keep bonks dou
ble or single entry. Fair wilter, (and have
complete knowledge of business arithme
tic. Address, J. W. Knol'sk,
Dr. Niles, of Niles Valley, has a mon
strosity In the shape of a young colt with
out forelegs. The animal is a sprightly
creature, and stands up on its hind legs
and drinks cow's milk and looks upon the
world as complacently as if it had all the
pedal extremities that horsc-llesh is natural
ly heir to. An attempt will be made to
rnisu the animal. Wdhboro Aytlalor.
The Philadelphia Times of Saturday
printed three columns of special dispatches
from every part of thu state showing the
condition of thu crops. Thu general tenor
of these dispatches was that the grass,
wheat and potato crops would bu heavy,
while the com crop might suffer some from
the backward spring and cool weather. On
the whole, however, tho promise of a boun
tiful harvest is excellent and the farmers of
the State arc in better spirits than they
havu been for a long time.
The Town authorities havu given notice
that they will enforce the law forbidding
the shooting of fireworks on the 4th of
July, within tho Town limits. The follow,
ing is thu oullnancu on the subject :
"That it shall not be lawful to fire any
firecrackers or squibs of any description or
kind, upon any day, within tho limits of
thu Town of llloomsburg i and any person
or persons firing or causing to lie fired
such fire-crackers or squibs within tho
limits of the said Town, shall upon convic
tion, before thu President of tho Town
Council, forfeit and pay a lino not exceed
ing live dollars for each offence."
There are some bad young boys In this
town who are paving the way for a career
of cime, unless they are soon checked.
On Sunday last whilu tho family was at
church, four of these boys got Into the
house of Dennis .McDonald on East street,
and stole four dollars from a pocket book
of Mrs. McDonald. They went all through
the house. Thero havu been other petty
thefts In the same neighborhood, recently.
Mr. McDonald knows the boys who were
in ills house, nnd has not yet decided
whether to have them arrested or not. If
their parents would give them a sound
Hogging it might bo sulllclent to check
The following named persons liavo been
appointed collectors of county taxes,
for 1833 i
Beaver Daniel Singley, Jr.
Benton John J. Kanis.
Berwick Win. J. Knorr.
Bloom M. ('. Woodward.
llrlarcrcek A. H. Croup.
Catawlssa Jesse Mensch.
Centre Win. Shatter.
Couyiighani John P. Hanuon,
Fisldngcrcek Wm. M. Stoker.
Franklin David Hecder.
Greenwood Elijah Klsuer.
Hemlock Wm. C. Hlchnrt.
Jackson II. II, Huileman.
Locust Christian Small,
Madlson-D. N. Williams.
Main Wm. Menslngcr.
Mllllln-O. W. Hess.
Montour P. S. Karshuer.
Mt. Pleasant Ellas Howell.
Orange-M. C. Keller.
PIne.-,A. E. Olrton.
Hoarlngcreck -Dauhl H-irig.
Scott- .T, W, Hartman.
Hugarloaf- -0, L. Moore,
Thermometers, from 2.1 cents to 3,50 at
tho Cui.uiiiiuN store. tf
THE COLUMBIAN AISTD
8. llruce Coleman writes thus to his pa
per, thu jYeu'.i- Dealer, of our town I
Everything m quiet here. Tho iron
works uro not runnlnir their full canacltv
and Ihu miners, generally, nru Idle. Tho
cause, ns stated, Is that they can purchau
iron elsewhere ntvlound 10 a ton and
costs them $18 lo make It there. This
placo Is considerably larger than Ilerwiek,
Is tho county scat of Columbia county, and
Is really the handsomest town on tho rlvpr.
Extensive Improvements have been made
during the past few years. The A'am Deal,
tr lias hosts of frlcniU here also, and Its
readers arc constantly growing In numbers.
While .there arrangements were made to
supply tho residents ot Light Street,
Orangcvllle, llcnton, Mlllvlllo and Iluck.
horn with the paper every Sunday morn
ing. A call at the Comi.miua ofllce found
Messrs. Etwcll & Hlttcnbender busily en
gaged. They aro very pleasantly located
and have one ot the llncst and most con
ventcnt ulllces In the State. They are de
serving of the success they have attalnud,
which is duu materially to tho excellent
Journal furnished to their subscribers.
Among the energetic business men nro' thu
Hucknlcw Brothers, proprietors of one of
the best livery stables In that region. A
good rig can be secured at any time, or if
preferred lo be taken Into thu country, it
will be done, nt the same tlmu a loncsomu
Journey need not bo feared, especially If
favored with thu company of one of the
Cheapest Fashion Mnjfazlno In tho world, ISO
large paaes, 4 pases new injMe, 100) cntrratlnin
each Issue, so cents per year single copies 15 els.
Htrawbrlilse ft clothier, 6th & Market Ms., l'lilla.
Ui.yhsm, Neb., June 13th, 1883.
EniTons Coi.uhiiian :
I left York county
Friday, May 25th i arrived at Mr. J. C.
Coleman's in Butler county, Neb., 4:15 p.
m. Mr. Coleman Is a son-in-law of M. A.
Animerman, Esq., of Fisldngcrcek, Colum
bia county, lie camu hero February 27th,
1877, and bought 100 acres of raw pralrlc
land, six miles west of Ulysses, a thriving
village. A branch of the II. M. H. H.
runs through this place. The population
Is about 700 at the present lime. It con
tains a Methodist Episcopal church and
one Catholic, and a Congregational church
is about to be erected. There are seven or
eight dry goods stores in thu place, hard
ware and grocery stores In abundance,
two large grain elevators, onugilst mill,
lurnilure stoics, Ax. The town Is near
the big Blue river, surrounded by somo of
the best farms in the United States. The
lands along the rivers are somewhat broken
with deep draws, but the table lands are
more level, mostly good farm laud, some
places rather hw so that thu water stands
on it in a wet season. The grass that
grows in these places is not of much ac
count. The farmers in Nebraska are still
planting largo groves of cottonwood, elder
and black willow. These arc for "wind
breaks." Some plant the cottonwood at
regular intervals for miles along the roads,
and as soon as large enough fasten the
barb wire to them for fence. The hedce
fence will play out beforo many years in
this country. The people of this neighbor
hood are from Pennsylvania, Iowa, Wis
consin and Illinois. They arc cood, indus
trious and intelligent citizens.
The small grain such us wheat, rye
oats and barley looks promising, but the
corn look hard and is very backward on
account of the cold wet weather. Some
farmers have planted their com three
times iu this Slate, so you sec the weeds
and grass have got the start of the corn
and will make il hard work for thu far-
mers to get them subdued. They are very
busy now cultivating. You can look in
any direction and seu them busily engaged
on their farms some riding and some
walking behind tiiu cultivator. The far-
mers have on hand quite a quantity of old
corn lying in heaps around on their farms
without any covering. It looks very
bright and nice. Tho elevators at every
village have their cribs full. John 1!.
Laycock, at York City: told me there were
eight hundred thousand bushels of com in
the cribs at that place.
Prices of grain, &c, ure ns follows i
wheat 75 cts., rye 50, corn 35, oats 45.
Corn will run up to 55 or (10 cents. Eggs
12 cts. per do.., dry goods and groceries
about the same as your place. Mr. Oily,
Hughes of this place, formerly of Cambrn,
Luzerne county, Pa., visited Kansas, Hu
and Sanderson Weaver purpose uoinir
West soon. They expect to homestead, if
suited with the pUce, somewhere along
the Hepublican. Eu Hoiiiii.ns.
important Notice to tlie I'ulillc.
A great reduction In all styles of Sum
mer clothing has just been mnde In conse
quence of the cold nnd wet season. Call
and be convinced at thu popular clothing
sloru of David Lowcnberg.
On Friday afternoon, Charles, son of J,
C, Snyder on East street, was shot In the
side w ith a shot gun lu his own hands.
resulting in his death on Sunday morning.
He hail loaded the gun with one ball and
about fifty bird shot for tho purpose of
shooting a cat, and lu getting over a fciieu
the gnu was discharged, the load entering
his right tide, shattering several ribs, and
passing on up near the right lung. Doctors
Huttcr and Hansom were summoned, but
the unfortunate boy was beyond the aid of
medical skill. .Mrs. Snyder was lu Phila.
ikiphiu at the lime, having gone down
only a few days before on a visit. She
camu homo on Saturday In time to see her
boy alive. Charley was about 13 years of
age. The funeral took place at tho
Lutheran church on Tuesday afternoon,
and was largely attended, the Sunday
school being present In a body. This Is a
sad affair and the parents havu the sym
pat by of tho community.
Mr. Samuel Kelchuer, an aged and re
spected citizen died on Sunday morning
last after an Illness of several weeks. Ho
leaves a widow and ono son, Mr, Daniel
Kelchuer of Briar Creek township,
Mr. Charles A. Conner lost a valuable
black horso on Friday ot last week. This
Is discouraging for a young man just be
ginning in life.
Mr. Henry Dclong, who has been sick
all winter, falls to gain strength with tho
coming of summer as expected and Is In a
critical condition indeed,
Hev. Bodlnc, the Lutheran minister who
has Just located In the valley, has moved
In tho Erwlno housu whero ho expects to
make bis home. A cordial welcome Is ten
dered him with Ihu hope that lie may find
It pleasant here.
Thu Centre township local Sunday School
Convention held at Hldlay Church
proved a very pleasant nnd profitable occa
sion. All express tho hopu that thu good
work may bo continued.
-Misses Mary and Emma Hancock of Dan-
vllle aro the guests of Mrs. Arthur Creasy,
Miss Llzzlo Snyder of .Milton spent last
week at .Mr. Levi Aikinan's.
.Miss Joslu Hutchison, who has been lu
tho west for some time, has returned for a
visit In tho valley,
.MUs Campbell of Danville spent last Sun
day with .Miss Sadlo Hagcnbuch,
Fishing parlies aro tho rago jut now
nut wo will leave tho fishers to tell their
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Notice to C'oiitruclnrH.
Theru will bo n letting of tho Christian
Chapel, at Cambrn, to the lowest nnd best
bidder, on Saturday Juno 2.1rd, In the
afternoon, nt the store of James Mcllenry,
The mason nnd plastering, carpenter
wink and painting will each bo let sepa
rate, tliu contractor lo furnish liis own
matortnl except tho Mono for wall. Tho
bI.o will bu 32x50 feet, and the stylo same
as Ihu M, E. chmcli al Stillwater, Colum
bia county. For particulars sec the un
dersigned building committee.
J. L. Caiirv, Committee.
A. G. Davison, )
Centre Towiih1I Hliiuliiy Hchool
The District Vice President ot Centic
township, J. II. Alkinnn, was the first to
carry out tho wishes of the county Sunday
school Association, in issuing n call for a
township convention. Workers from six
of the eight schools in the township met
on Tuesday morning anil afternoon, Juno
12th, lu Hldluy church. Four ministers of
tho live who preach in tho township were
In attendance, iiml one from llloomsburg,
All persons connected with the schools
of the township, who are In good standing
and enough interested to come, were rc
celvcd ns active members, Ministers and
Sunday school workers from outside the
township were welcomed as advisory
members. A permanent organization wns
effected by electing the following officers
President, J. II. Alkinan Hldlay Union.
A Vice President from eacli of the other
schools ns follows i St. Paul's Lutheran-
Stephen Swank Baptist Thomas C.
Kocher j Webb's Hun Union N. L. Camp
bell j Fowlersvllle M. E. Wesley ICelch-
ncrj Lime Hldgo M. 12. A. Frederick ;
Lima Hldgo Evangelical Peter Hotten-
Melu j Ebcnczcr Evangelical Levi Hem
ly. Secretary A. W. Spear. Treasurer
Geo. M. Whltmlre. The officers of the
association compose thu Executive Com
Among oilier topics that of keeping the
schools open all the year was discussed.
It was found that llvu of the schools do
not close, and hopes are entertained that
two, If not tho three, remaining ones will
A committee was nppolntcd consisting
of the olllcers and teachers of each school
to ascertain and report at next convention
the number of children In their district
who do not attend Sunday school.
A Bible Class was conducted by Hev
Cnnlkid, and a chlldrcns' meeting opened
by Hev. Houtz.
No decision was arrived at as to how
often thu meetings of thu Association
should bu held, but it was decided to hold
our next meeting In September thu ditto
to be fixed by the President In the M. 12.
church at Lime Hldge.
A. W. Si'HAi:, Secretary,
Tlie ICjilHcopiil Contention.
The Episcopal convention met last week
in Heading. Tho division of the diocese
was again made an important subject of
discussion and the friends of tho move
ment hoped it would go through. But il
failed, the vote stnuding 32 yeas and 33
Hev. Mr. Hayden, of Wilkesbarre, sub
mltted a resolution that the portion of the
bishop's address iu regard to an assistant
bishop bo referred to a committee of four
clergy and four laity, who shall report at
the next convention.
Mr. Funck moved to amend by nddin
and that ,?1,500 bo appropriated lo pay
for such Episcopal aid as the bishop In his
judgment may require." This was accept
ed, and the resolution as amended can led
by a vote of 59 ayes to 38 nays.
The bishop stated that the vote placed
him in an unpleasant position, as be could
not tell whether tho division was on the
latter or the first part of the resolution.
Dr. Gllllatt then moved that the $1,500 be
appropriated by a unanimous vote. Dr,
Lambertou seconded tho motion, and
w as carried.
The report of tho board of mtoions
allows that 37 missions are established and
that during tho year services were held at
51 places. Six missionaries ureal work.
?8,!)00 were appropriated for missions,
and 8,208.90 paid into tlie treasury.
There aro 30 noii.contributing parishes, 10
of which, however, paid salaries directly
to missionaries. $12,(139.40 were contrib
uted by parishes.
On motion it was resolved that thu
"changes proposed by the general conven
tion of 1880 in tlie ratification of thti Book
of Common Prayer are uuadvisable."
On motion of Hev. Mr. Piatt, the follow
ing were elected supplemental deputies :
Hev. Messrs. W. C. Langdon, JI. A. Tol
man, Dr. Hopkins, Chandler Ilare, Messrs.
M. Sclia)!, C. JI. Conyngham, J. W. -May-
nard and J. I. Blakslie.
Hemhed, That an extra assessment for
the year of thirty cents per capita bo levied
to meet the extra expenses Incurred by the
appropriation of SI, 500 mado for aid to
tliu lilsliop and to cover deficiency now
existing in Episcopal ami convention
Tills resolution was offered by Hev, Mr.
I'.dne. Secretary Lambertou announced
that ho was authorized by a lady In tho
nudlence In make the statement that she
would give 1,500 toward the proposed aid,
provided means were adopted to cxtln
gulsh the debt of the convention.
A resolution of thanks was tendered the
lady, and by a rising vote tlie convention
pledged Itself to extinguish tho debt rest-
ng upon It.
Tho commltto to whom was referred the
question of assessments reported the fol
"That u special luvy of 20 cents per cap
ita on thu present enrollment be made at
onco to cover thu present deficiency, and
that payment of this bo duu on or beforo
Tho resolution was amended so as to al-
low parishes the privilege of contributing
toward paying tliu debt before tliu end of
July. If the debt is not covered by con
trlhutlon, then a special levy of 20 cents
per capita bo Imposed, payable before Oc-
toiler 1st. lu this shape it was adopted
The convention then adjourned lo meet
next year lu Christ church, Heading.
Tlie Normal Hcliool,
AS BEEN IIV TIIK Elllllllt 01' TIIK
hdltor Chalfant recently visited tho
Normal School, and wo print a portion ot
ait article published In his paper s
"While iu llloomsburg, a few days sluco,
wu visited tho Normal School at that
place, which Is in the charge and under
thu direction of Prof, I), J. Waller. This
hcuooi nas experienced many vlclsHUidcs
of fortune. It has suffered much lu Iho
past from misdirected management, and,
to cap tho climax ot Us distresses, one of
tho main buildings was destroyed by lire.
Although another ami more capnclnus
structure was erected In tho place of tliu
one thai, succumbed to this calamity,
long period ot depression followed, ,Sa
unhappy were its prospects that at ono
tlmo Ihu stockholders were Inclined to ills
poso of It to parties who desired the build
lugs and grounds for un ecclesiastical
seminary. But this transfer was uvertei
until brighter days dawned, and Instead of
yielding to adyerslty It onU'ieil on a. caree
of prosperity, For tills fuyorablo thang
much Is duo to Prof. Wallec and hU corps.
of assistants, who hayo been indcfatlga
ile In their efforts to place the Institution
nu a higher educational nnd financial
The buildings aro three tn number the
two main buildings nro of brick, nnd the
'annex" Is of frame. Ono of the main
mlldlngs Is devoted solely to educational
purposes, mid iu this nro situated tho clas
and recitation rooms, the hall, etc., nnd
through lids largo corildors Intersect eacli
other at right angles. Tho other Is occu
pied by the "boarding" pupils. In the
lower stories are the offices, parlois and
dining rooms, and lu thu two upper stories
arc thu dormitories. The rooms nro light,
ulry anil commodious, and from thu win
dows the vista is beautiful. Each story Is
provided with outside lire escapes, by
means of which the building can bo
emptied of pupils In a few minutes. The
nnnex, a onc-story frame, 23 feet wldo by
10 feet lu length, coininNes what Is termed
"the primary department."
At the present time there are three linn.
dred and fifteen students pursuing the
regular course lu tire Institution. Of these
ono hundred and twenty aro "boarding"
scholars. As the full boarding capacity of
the school Is one hundred anil sixty, It can
readily bo seen that the school will soon be
The location of the school Is admirable
and delightful. It ftands on tho brow of
thu hill oveilooking the town, and from It
tho eye can take lu a large scope of tho
surioumling country. Beneath and In
front Bloomsburg "lies sleeping," while on
thu right debouches the lower end of
Flshlugcrcek valley. Distant twelve
miles, In the dim perspective to tho left,
lies MllllinvUlc, nestled down in tho valley
of tho Susquehanna. Down this valley
the liver of that mime Hows broad and
majestic with the calm sweep of strength j
placid, it reflects the stieamlng 'sunlight as
a lengthening mirror, nnd like a belt of
molten silver glides amid tliu golden fields
or along thu base of the blue-green hills,
adorning the earth as the brlght-hucd rib
bon of the damsel enhances her benuly,
until it is lost amid the rolling hills three
miles away, near the town of Catawlssa.
Around, the surrounding hills fringe the
horizon and hem In the beautiful basin In
the midst of which stands the Normal
School. On tho opposite side, the river
is skirted by a long range of hills crowned
with fine farms, beautiful In the varying
hues of the growing grain, while beyond
these, piercing the blue ether, Catawlssa
mountain rears its head aloft. Verily this
is a lovely spot for a school of learning.
Surroundings so attractive should exalt
the mind, lead lo earnest tlioiigbtfuluess,
bear fruition iu excellence."
Havoc nt Money.
imUUI IU VIOLENCE OF THE STOKM SUNDAY
IIKADINII DEPOT DESTIiOVEl) AND A HOY
KILLED PESTliruTION AT OTIIEU
A correspondent of the Williamsport
Gazelle it- Jlullelin gives tlie following ac
count of the storm at Muncy on Sunday
The storm npproaclicd Muncy from the
north, l:uk and threatening clouds hung
heavily down to the ginunrl, moving witli
great rapidity. This was a few minutes
beforo 5 o'clock. The wind blow a perfect
gale ; tlie rain poured down in torrents,
and for a brief time hailstones as larje as
hickory mils fell thick and fast. Tho
storm lasted with great violence for nearly
an hour, the course of the wind changing
to cast and ending up from the south.
Hundreds of fruit and shade trees in Mun
cy were blown down, while everything in
the shape of vegetation suffered greatly.
Many windows all about the town suffered
from the effects of the hailstones. Glade
Hun, which forms the eastern boundary of
Muncy borough, Iwas bank full in a very
short time, washing away bridges and
overflowing nnd filling the cellars of the
residences in the northern part of thu
town. So far ns heard from there Is re
ported great damage to the crops all
rough the Muncy valley.
DEPOT DESIKOYKI) AND A ltllY KILLED.
iV small cyclone, shaped like an Inveited
cone, struck the Philadelphia and Heading
lepot and a more complete wieck could
not well bo imagined. The roof was
icked up and carried off as if it was that
much paper, a portion of it lodging in u
Ickory tree a hundred yards away, and
other portions scattered through tho linn-
icryard of Noble & Petcrman. About two.
thirds of the building, of the southern end,
was completely demolished, tho brick
walls being razed almost to tho lloor. A
number of boys had sought refuge
from the storm on tho west side
of the depot. When the roof wns
unshipped these boys started in the
Ilrectiou of tho canal. Hubert Dykins,
n fifteen year old son of 'Squire Dykins,
was caught ami almost burled among the
Ulen debris. His legs wcro broken in
number of places, his body ami head
crushed ami ho expired a few minutes after
without uttering a word. John Hitter and
Sherman Hamilton, boys of about sixteen
years of age, wcro both badly cut about the
head and face. Tho wreck of the depot
i almost complete, excepting that portion
used as a ladies waiting room and tho little
otllco occupied by the agent and operator.
riiu ttoods lu tho frelirht department were
burled beneath thu brick and mostly de
stroyed. VOItUK OF TIIK WIND,
The force of the wind may be judged
from the fact that a number of piles of rail
road ties were blown down, some of the
ties being carried hundreds of feet. Tho
railroad track near tho depot was covered
with ties and lumber. Tho lumber shed of
Luwls S. Smith was upset. The brick yard
of Jerome Shaw was badly damaged and
the shed covering tliu kllu was completely
wrecked, Thu storm seemed to have reach.
oil in tho direction of Turhotvillo and no
doubt later accounts will tell of ureal do.
structlon iu that direction. Tlie Southern
portion of tho Keystone paint mill, near the
Heading depot, was completely demolished
and not a particle left standing and tho
snioko stack fell into the canal. Thu main
building, containing tho machinery, was
not injured any. In thu direction of
Hugliesvlllo considerable damage was done
to the fi lilt trees, and thu large bam of
Wilson Opp was pirlly unroofed. Tho
storm had spent Its fury luforu reaching
Tho following deeds have been recorded
since those last published i
John Nnlesleln, Sr. and wife lo Hebecca
Frederick Hosier and wifu tn David
Anu J, Chadwlck to Ann Anderson, Cen
tralia. Henry Constantino and w'.fo to Jerry
Eliza Walters to Mary U, Jacoby, Cain
wlssa. Samuel Blair and wife to thu Johnson
Ileasley Coal Co. Conyngham.
A. J. Dclterlck and wifu to the sumo.
Lloyd Hohrback and wlfo to tlie same.
John F, Duncan to the same.
Hubert J, C. Walker and wlfo to the
H. M. Cuminlngs and wife to the same.
John O, Smith and wlfo to tnu nunc,
Andrew 11. Dill and wife to William O,
William 0. Duncan lo the Johnson llcas.
ley Coal Co. Conyngham.
John Walls to the same.
Andrew Lsubach and wlfo to Owynn L.
Ilesss el nt, Hugarloaf.
Clarence JM. Lnubach and wife, et. nl. to
Andrew Laubacb, Hugarloaf.
John A. Funston and wife to Martha A,
I. K. Krlckbaum, et. at. Administrator
to Susan J, Evans, Benton.
Isaac Lutz, et. nl. to Adam Miller, Miff
lin. Isalnh Hower, executor lo Catherine Lcl
Hosemont Cemetery Co. lo C. F. Knap),
C. F. Knapp and wifu to Sarah E. Fans
cy, et. nl. Greenwood.
John Mourey, trustee to George A. Hons,
Frcas Fowler and wife to J. C. Sponen-
The same to Benjamin Sponenberger,
Tho same to C. W. Freas, llrlarcrcek.
Hiram Sugars to Miles Shuman, Main.
Ellas Shumrn and wife to Miles Shuman
Wm. Groves and wife to Cyrus Smith,
Lemuel Iv. Hnrnian nnd wifu to Cyrus
Hcubcn Bogart and wifu to M. G. Hughes,
Jackson & Woodln M'fg Co. to James II.
Thos. J. Coleman to Hiram Kams, Fish
lngcreek. Joseph Walton, Administrator to lllrain
Jar.e Long to James Long, Fishing,
Cnleb Barton and wife, ct. al. to Ephralm
Chas. Coleman and wlfeto;MariaA. Hess,
Ellle Maria Hess, to Jesse Hess, Fishing
creek. Lloyd Paxton to Nancy P. Hosier, Mon
Peter J. Weaver, Executor lo Ell Weaver,
Andrew P. Holh, et. al. to Margaret
Hlcliard Thompson to George W. John,
Abncr Welsh and wife to Hartley Albert
Daniel Gensel to Jacob Piatt, Mllllin.
Daniel Baylor, Administrator, lo O. A.
John Wolf and wlfo to N. & W. B. It.
H. W. Smith to same.
C. 31. Blttcnhcndcr to same, Main.
Wellington Swank nnd wife to the same,
Noah Arndt and wife to the same, Cata
Solomon Shuman to the same, Catnwls-
Hcuben Shuman nnd wife to the same,
Isaiah John and wifu to the same, Cata
I. W. Wlllets and wife to tlie same.
Christiana A. Kramer to the same.
Walter Scott and wif-. to the same.
William llroombach to the same.
M. G. Hughes, to thu same.
William Hurtman, to the same.
Lafayette Trivelpiece to Maggie Getty,
John W. Hoffman, Sheriff to Chas. E.
Klnswell, Administrator, Hoaringcreck.
John White and wife to 'Isaac Brasslng-
Philip Datcr ct. al. to Elisha ;A. Socker,
David C. Smith and wife to John W.
Jackson J. Bobbins and wife to Amanda
Lafayette Trivelpiece to Maggie Plait,
James Low and wife to Albert Low, Her.
John Mourey, Sheriff to II. V. White
II. V. White, Trustee, to Mary Osnian,
B. M. S. F. Association to Henrietta
C. O. Coleman nnd wife to George S.
Georgo Huckle and wife to Mary Snyder,
Hereafter, by a decision of tlie judges
of Lancaster county, every applicant for
lifpior or tavern license in that county will
be required to make aflldavlt that during
the yenr preceding he has kept his bar and
plncc of business closed on Sunday, and
has not any time sold or caused or permit
ted to be sold In his house, or on his prem
ises, to any person on Sunday, any tile,
beer, wine, or any Intoxicating liquors,
nor sold any Intoxicating liquor to a minor
or any person uiiiUr the Influence of liquor,
or sold any liquors not expressly author
ized by the law under the license held.
" IOCAL" NOTICESr"
J. C. Leldy cc Co., at tho orijmnl carpet
store, below Market street, Is headquarters
for carpets of all kinds, oil cloths, bindings,
window' shades, &c, together with a full
Hue of shoes for ladles, children nnd gents.
Most popular and best family flour In
tlie murKcl al lllllmeycr s.
Fine groceries, notions, canned goods, at
J. li. sneers.
window cornices, nt
J, I). Wilson still continues the leather
and shoe liiidlug business in Sldves' block,
If you want to buy a silk dress of any
kind or color go to Clark V Sou ; also a full
line of trimmings.
We offer a lot of the best calicoes to-day
at fie a yard and all other domestic goods
in proportion, uiarK to son's.
Shirts, cults and collars, neckties, and all
kinds of goods for gents' wear, at Evans it
Coon A; Go's, brand linen collars, the
best made, can be had at G. W. Hcrtsch's
merchant tailoring and genls' furnishing
siore, iv nun w u iniersieen s iiuiiuiiig.
For good hciip
furniture, go to C'ad-
A full line of ready-madu clothing,
nut, .1 (Krtiiu i ..nn. . n ...
fillip .1,1 Itinillll VI.II91-!,, 1VU., Ill
livans x Kyer's.
Just received a new lot of Summer vest.
lugs and light pantaloon palterns at G. W.
Dcriscu p, me iniior.
Nobby suits made lo order at Kvuiis &
hyei's, by llrst-class workmen. 1'iiccs
A full lluu of new niching, collars,
gloves, ribbons, Newport ties and sushes,
lV Wilts l V UIJU 0t
TOWN LOTS I'd! SALE.
"i't lots ranging from $323 to H0Q tier lot.
1 lots ranging from $500 to JOOO per lot.
All south of the Normal School. No mnnev
required provided the purchaser will erect,
uuiiiiings ni once,
may ll.tf C. W. N12AL.
Don't forget to get onu of those nobby
text scarfs, with pin, at (I. W. BtiUch's
cunning store all the rage.
New dry goods at J, B, Bkcer's.
Wo aro ntlerlng some bbr bariulim In
Spanish laces nml handkerchiefs ut Clark
i ami ruin's,
The now stnndlnu linen collar. Coon &
Co. brand, with tho sldu clip lo prevent
the tlo from slipping up on Iho collar, Is
all tho rage and ran be had nt O. W.
Borlsch's merchant Inllorlnir and cents'
There Is initio better than Iho Alden
fruit vinegar. Excels iu purity, strength
and flavor, For sale at lllllmeycr's gro
cery. A flno lot of straw hats just received by
Evans & Eyer,
Cleanliness nnd niirltv inako Parker's
Hair Balsam thu favorite for restoring tho
youthful color to grny hair, Jun 22-4w
Try the Alden
fruit vinegar at Hill-
The timlerskiicd Is prepared to repair and
put up llrt class lightning rods.
ji.ne t nu n. r. hicks.
Ladles' voil can find n nice lino of eood
regular mado hosiery In black nnd colors
ut Clatk it Son's with n full line of best fit
ting corsets all nt lowest prices.
Eleirant pallor suits, chamber sets,
all kinds of furniture at Cadmnn's
Tho lamest and finest stock of carpets
In Columbia county will ho found nt
Browcr's carpet store, Bloomsburg. Body
brussels, tapestry, Ingrains, mats, rugs,
oil cloth, hall and stair carpet In great
variety. 40 pieces of brussels of new de
sign recently purchased, aro being sold
ironiTo ccnis lo iji.oij a yarn. ingrains
from 25 cents to 51.00 a yard.
We nro offering a black dress silk at
$1.00 per yd. while they last, worth ?1.25
yd. at Clark Iz Son's.
NOTICE TO FAltMEIlS.
I would call vour attention to the fol-
lowimr Implements for snle by the under-
signed i Kemp's patent manure spreader,
uciningion a 0irs caruon mciai piows,
Advance chilled plows, Gale chilled plows,
sulky plows, Cornell corn shelters. Centcti.
nlul fanning mills, separators nnd powers,
ono and two.hnrsu corn planters with for
tlllzer nrrangement, Deere It (Vs. walking
nnd rhllnir corn cultivators. Buckevo walk-
Ing and riding corn cultivators, Iron Ago
and Planet Junior ono-horso cultivators
with plow attachments. Walter A. Wood'
reapers, mowers and self-binders. Warrior
mowers mid Brainer reapers, Tiger, Lead
er and Monitor bav rakes. Triumph and
.Monarch fertilizer grain drills, hay tedders
and hay carrlnrs, spring tooth drag har
rows, spring tootli harrows on wheels, drag
and smoothing barrows, chopping mills
that will chop 10 bushels nu hour with two
horses, Baldwin's hay nnd stalk cutters,
(hand and power,) C. x U. Cooper cc Co's,
steam enciues and saw mills, brick mould
ing machines. Also Lister Bros' best bone
fertilizers in tlie market. All coods sold
at the lowest prices, and If not proven sat
isfactory can he returned.
S. C. Siiive,
More white goods for dresses, and laces
nil ,,t,rL1,rina nt t?l,irL- A'. Kill,'.!
...... M ...V. . VU ... V,,... -V .u.. v.
ing feeling ot
exhaustion without cltort, which makes Ufa
a burden to o many people, Is iluo to the
fact that tho blorl Is loor, ami tho vitality
consequently f cubic. If you aro sulTcrlng
from such fcoltngi, 1
U juit what ou nccit, anj will Jo you Incal
No otlie r preparation o concentrates and
coiiibliiiK l.l,H1-j,ur If ylrik'. vitalising, enrich
tnjr. nml liivLiorutliii; qualities as Avcu's
Dr. J.O. Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all IJruculsts ; 91, six buttles lor $5.
IT SEEMS TO SATISFY
A family want, and 1 wonder how we
ever got along without Packer's Ginger
Tonic. It cured me of nervous prostra
tion, and I have used It since for all sorts
of complaints in our family. Mrs. .lines
Albany. jun 22-4w
A SUHE HEMEDV for fever, ague.
malaria, dyspepsia and liver complaint,
can be had at Dr. J. H. Gordner's ofllce,
Wadlev. Ga. Dr. B. 11. Doylo says : "I
consider Brown's Iron Hitters superior ns a I
tonic to any preparation now m use."
"The best advice may come too late.'
Said n sufferer from Kidney troubles, when
asked to try Kidney-Wort." I'll try it but
it will be my last dose." The man got well
and is now rccommcndlnc the remedy lo all
sufferers. In this case good advice camo
just in imiu to save tno man.
100,000 acres of irood land for sale cheap
lu Miananiloau Valley giving tlie purclia
ser tho full benefit of the market by L. F.
Caldwell, Winchester, Virginia. Cnrrespon
deuce solicited. May 11! 0w-
Aiiamosa. Iowa. Dr. J. McQuire savs :
'I know Brown's Iron Bitters is a nood
tonic nnd gives general satlstaclion."
bee a woman in another column, near
Specr's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which bneer s rort urape vt mo is mane.
that Is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
persons ami mo ageit.
bom ny mugglsts. sept vi'-iy
Use Dr. J. H. Gordner's Improved In
dian Compound for rheumatism, conges-
live cuius, coughs, coins, croup, colic and
all pains, a sure cure.
HTFnst, brilliant and fashionable arc the
Diamond Dyo colors. One package colors
l to 4 ins. oi goous, iu cenis lor any col
HI'IIKMI I II Fill! MIND AND llllIlV.
I Hero is more strength restoring power
in a Home oi raruer s uingcr ionic tliu n
In a bushel of malt or a gallon ot milk.
This explains why invalids tluil it such a
wonilcrtul lnvlgorant for mind and body.
Avoid by all menus the use of calomel for
bilious complaint. Ayer's Cathartic Pills
compounded entirely of vegetable Ingredi
ents, have been tested for torly years, ami
ure acKiiowieiigeu id ne uie nest rcmeiiy
ever iieviscu lor lorpiiiity in uie liver, cos.
tlvencs. and the derangements of the ill-
HUlllll'KANS fSR AMKIUOAN WINK.
But few persons are awaio of the great
amount of foreign grimes raised lu .Sew
Jersey. Alfred bpeer Is known to be the
largest wine grower ot the foreign variety
In tho country. Ills Port Grape Wlno Is
excellent nnd Is considered by physicians
aim cuemisis as uie nest wiuu to no pro
cured. For sale by C. A. Kleim, Blooms.
Lvdlil 1'2. l'lnkham's L'rent I.iihuralnri-
Lynn, .Mass., Is turning out millions of
p.icKages ot licr cclelir.ilcd Compound,
which are being sent lo the lour winds.
and actually tlnd their way lo all lands un
der Ihu sun and to the remotest confines of
OAL12 OF AN OLD SCHOOL IIOFS12,
a.i; i.i.rn.Mi nut a mjw i.M.
A Kale nl the 01(1 srlinril itnlhllm. nt Wfm. ..Ill
un i-mnmMy, ,muu aui l, m 1 ircilK.'K II.
in. TeriUS WlUlm ll,:nl' Lnmti, ,11, ,1 ,u,l..
Also at the same tlmu a luiliaf IU !' had for Ihu
i-ivtuun ui u inu smry srnctoi iiuue, spiTllten-
iiuiiKi-Bii iw M-rnny caning on me seerclurv,
"" ,,, j ... , it) I'liiri if mt! 1HI.UU.
I""-" rSAMriX MctAJin, Secy.
trk.... .... ft .. Tr
Fall Term begins August
Hero urn otTiTo.lnt khi:U ivitinw. thu ii.u-.n
Urn ot u buiR-rtor Kdiool, Mutlfuti pmuivd ior
euut'k'o, tcacmi.c or Imsiiu-ss. tw iutt ruction
lurim ikkkhiuu. I lit- UK! 4 in il us UH'Vt'ry
riK-i u ij , iiiuiiiur inn', i-Mium anil i'oiuno
tjinl ttt ii'liiira Umiil tiix i.iriiu '
Fff,CIS rjECK, , Vl
50 FITS IN 21 IIOttlM. I
"I employed somo of Iho best physicians
here," wrote Wm, E. Tanner, of Dayton,
Ohio. "They nil said my child could not
live fori) weeks. It had 50 Ills In 21 hours.
Wo gave It Xtmnritan Nertint nnd tho medl
mo ellccieiin permanent euro, uruggists.
Paralytic strokes, heart disease, and kid
ney affections, prevented by tho use ot
Brown's Iron Bitters,
Wheat, pvr bushel , sl.or,
Corn, " ..
oats " " ..
Klour per narrel ,,
Hides Shoulders ,
i Jim per pound ....
buckwheat Uowcr per loo O.o
K.ST.lTEOr MAIlCCS K. CASWEU, DECBASCD.
tetters ot administration In tho cstato ot Mar-
cus 1- Cnswell, lato nt lllooinsburif, IJoIumbln
rnnnty, I'iu, deceased, have been Krniitrd Ivy tho
in kisht in saui luuniy ui .m. r . t-iiswen, Admin
Utrntrlx. All permns having claims niralnst said
estate) nro rniuested to present them for seu
tlemeiit, nl.d those Indebted to tho same to make
payment to the undersigned administratrix w Ith
nut delay. M, F. t'ASWKl.t,,
.nine !irrvj ov Administratrix.
mr. S. TIWTGISY,
Is now fully prepared to furnish
SUITS MADE TO ORDER,
IN TIIK MARKET AT
also to Frnxisn
MA1IK TO mi:.8uki; anu
As Grood 6i Cheap
AS CAN I5E HAD AT ANY
Orders taken for shirts, mado
The following shows the lleket fiothte, ono of
the several beautltul styles ot Peace manufactured
by thu undersigned.
Vor ll,iuty nnd Durahllltv they are unsurpass
ed. Set up by experienced hands and warranted
to Rive sat lstael Ion.
Prices anil specimens of other de
signs sent to any address.
Guilts' Fui'iiisliiug Goods'
Knorr & Wintersteen's Building
next door to the First National
Bank, where I am prepared to
MAKE TO ORDER
FlhST CLASS SUITS
from &1S.00 and upwards.
April is i jr.
Prof, Doretnus on Porous Plasters.
The College ot the I'ltj oi ,V York,)
for. li'Miiglim Ap, ntidtfld M. V
New Yoifc. April IStil. I
MKSSUS. hKtUCIIV i.lOIIN(IN i
lienlliiiii'ii At iiiur ii'imi'st I Imw, ,,t.i ,n,...i i
I, W. BERT H.
open inuihi't samples ui Iikssos'si aitimi ihhoch
ri.AHTKKH unit aiiock's mroiis n.islern, and h.mi
siihmlltiil Uii iu liii hi uileal until) sis to determine
iii-n ruiiiKinum' minis usexieuiai remedies.
illiidlu Hknmis'h I'mvim: I'l.Asmis tuluiibln
medical Uwdlcnts. w hleh do not exist lu Alcock'a
Porous Plusiers: henen In mj opinion they are
II. iiiiiii:n liiiiiiAii m ii ii ii
Pint, of t heinlistrv unit I'lutl, in iiii, -n...' n't
the fit)- oi Sew York, and I'nir. nl cheudstiv "ami
'loUttilotfj In Pellet uollo-pltal .Medlcntfullege.
il Ma) isth Iw.
PETE if COOPER.
Ills l.it'i: AMM HAItAt i i:n. lit-1 . niwni.u !..
tei'aillhiirul "'Iho (iloi) and Milium or Kinrlmui i
!1,"'N'!,,.'!lu"V1.,J"J.k.l.' ''.u'' '""Crated. Paper
inels , liiith, silwis.; Halt Iuim.Iu, avis. I'lMnire
slainps luKi'ii. Not wild hy Coalers; pilieHiun
low Alsuihufollrmltitf, liirL'i'Dpe, uiuIiiIiIl-iiI i
l.liKiu Alkx. II. Mm-uiNs, in.., ss. nmi jj.v.
I.ll'l: ill' WAMIIM.TUK llll'IMI. hv Slltt.l ' t.
.lit: oi Mil Issac .NhwioK, hy Juini's l aiton. . re.
in- N an imlk, by Washington Irving, . !
liuiiMMioKltosii, by lununPuirur, . ti
AMIK1HH III-UUHIS-IS .UieiUUS WOM. . 10.
l.Nocu Amu!., hy Alfred 'I eiinyson, . . i
llEiKKTKII II I.AIIK i '1111! TllAVktkH, COldMnlttl. s
tin-rim hatchway Muiir, t ic, uobert nm ns. to.
nuu.u's!5oMiiii-Ti.K jiiai, uiidcther lwi s.se
'I1IB SKl-hKIII'KNTS OK hril:srK. Anilii.lv U I ki1 1..
WiiKUi-SiiisuiMi hy w, Miittlitu.W Itll.tniM. .' a'.
PURS r, a k
xarmA B fe, AS
Krom Hi pis i lets nl s.six. i mmm mi.Cicuah
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