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than ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In compe
tition wlthtbe multitude ot low teBt,short weight,
alum or phosphato powders. Bold only in cans.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 27. 1888.
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Main Mrcct 1 44
Taper Mill 1 33
JJghtstreet. 1 28
orangevllle. 1 13
FOrKH. IS Ol
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Trains on the I. . U. K. leave Rupert is
NORM. . ..SF"'
7:21 a. m ll:CO a. m.
8:37 p. ra. :M P. m.
Trains on the D. L. W. It. R. leave Dloomoburg
7:1! a. m. 8:32 a. m.
11:07 a m. 12:05 P-
2:24 p. m. 4:18 p. CO.
0:86 p. m. 8:47 p. m.
Trains on the N.SW.B. Railway pass Bloom
Ferry ns follows :
10:4s a. m.
(.20 p. ..
11:54 a. m.
419 p. m.
Fan. 25. John G. Freeze, administrator
do bonis non, of the estate of Robert
Finney, late of Liberty township, Montour
county, Pa., deceased, will sell valuable
real estate, nt tho Court House, in Danville,
at one o'clock in tne aiicrnoon.
Feb 11. Tho widow end heirs of Fred
erick Derr. lato of Madison townsnip, ue-
ceascsd.wlll sell valuahlr personal property,
on the premised, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Fon Balk. A desirable and commodious
rcsldmre on Main street, supplied wltn
water, pas ana steam, appiy io
jan20tf. L. N. Mown.
Fnn Rath. A innd nalr of Fairbanks
platform scales, weigh up to 000 lbs., also
a wind mill, a Hoe cow, nan Aiaerney, win
be sold cheap. Inquire of Bamucl Bogart,
Buy Lester's .Bingliamton Kip
Uoots. best made.
Those attending court will do well to
consult the undersigned if they wish good
boarding at a tow price. Wm. Bbkrs.
Cor. Main and West streets, Bloomsburg,
Mrs. J H Llngle, of Bellcfonte, Pa,, Is
visiting her relatives here.
Miss Laura Rishel has been quite sick
with rheumatism for some time past.
Mrs. F. B. Kiddle, who has been ill for
several weeks past, is slowly improving.
Misses Maude and Beth Runyon have re
turned from a visit to friends in Plalnfleld
Mr. A. 8. Hottcnstein, formerly editor of
the MVton Economist and now postmaster at
Milton, was In town, Tuesday,on business.
E T. Gould moved his Invalid Bed
Spring establishment from this place to
Reading, Berks county, the latter part of
Misses Annie Hoffman and Sue H. Miller
of Danville brought a sh d load of young
girls to tho Central Hotel Wednesday
Mr. W. F. Bodlne is confined to the
bous', with a severe wouni In the foot
caused by tearlog the muscles while at a
recent fox chase. '
Rnv. Mr. ritearns, pastor of the Reform.
.cd. Episcopalian church at Scranton and
brother-in-law of Rev. Mr. Needhani, as.
sisted In the service at tho Baptist church
Tuesday afternoon and evening.
Messrs. O. Mlddaugh, advance agent for
Gorton's Minstrels, and Hufus Bomerby, of
the Bennctt-Mcultnn company, were in
town last week, making arrangements for
the presentation of their shows here.
Arthur A. Clark Is off duty for a few
days, owing to an unfortunate accident
that happened him last Monday, While In
the act of coupling cars on the B. & B. in
the Bloom yard, the thumb of his right hand
was caueht and badly bruised, but no
Mr. Clarcnco Keller, ot Scranton, spent
Sunday and Monday with his friends In
this county. Ho has been employed for
several years past as proof-reader in the
job department ot tho Scranton Republican,
but ho expects soon to start out In business
for himself, and will open a Job room at
Scranton. Mr Keller is a graduate of the
Columbian office and a first-class printer,
Ground hog day is not far off.
Ico houses aro being filled up.
The Sunbury jail has fitly pilsoners.
St. Valentine's Day cornea next Febru.
January has five Sundays, Mondays and
Religious revivals are doing good work
In many places.
I. W. Harlinan & Bons are remodeling
their store building.
There havo been many sudden changes
ol weather this winter.
Towanda, Bradford county, has a home
talent Keystone Minstrels.
The question of having a town clock Is
being agitated at Berwick,
Florida Is reveling In green peas, new
potatoes and water melons.
Watch for tho eclipse ot the moon to
morrow (Saturday) evening.
The M, E. Church at Lime Ridge will be
reopened on Sunday, 29th Inst.
Gorton's New Orleans Minstrels at the
Opera House this (Ftlday) evening,
The P, & R. Railroad compwy Is Chans
ing tho color of tho passenger coaches
from green to orangu yellow.
15,000 ft. dry pitch plno flooring dressed
1 In., for sale.
w Writs, Comdu & Bloav.
THE COLUMBIAN AND
About six Inches of snow fell on Wedncs.
Judge McCollutn will hold tho February
term of court.
Three hundred and right divorces were
granted in Luzerne county from 1867 to
Don't miss the grand ttreet parade by
Gorton' Gold Band this (Friday) after-
A number of slelehlnrr parties have been
registered at the Exchange during tho paat
Bloan & Bro. have a few of their sleighs
till on handi Now li a good tltne to pur
chase. E A. Kawllngs has the lumber on the
ground to put a new roof on his market
The conclusion of tho proceedings of the
Farmers' Institute at Mill vllle Is given on
our fourth page.
E. A. Rawllngs butchered a two year
old heifer last week that weighed 1200 lbs.,
nnd dressed BOO lbs.
The Montour American, of Danville, is of
fered for sale, on account of the poor
health of tho editor.
Mr. ( has. Runyon bought the Jacnby
property on South Main street at the sale
last Baturday for $850.
Invitations aro out for Iho marriage of
Miss Anna E. Beers to Mr. Eber A. Brown
on Wednesday, February 1st.
J. N. Zelsloft offers his services as an
auct'oneer to those holding public' sales.
Address him at J'rseylown, Pa. 4tJ27
The spring election will take placo on
the third Tuesday In February, which will
bring It on tho 21st of that month,
Do uot forget the discount of ten per
cent on all cash purchases.
II. W. Bloan.
Several sled loads went through town
Saturday last, en route for Espy to attend
a party given to Rev. Mr. Sahm, the Luth.
Quite a number of Masons wero in town
last week attending the regular Quarterly
meeting of tho Ancient Accepted Scottish
Kite Free Masonry.
Tho Court House Is one of the most
quiet and peaceable places lu town. Thcro
Is no loud talk, and everything moves on
smoothly and satisfactorily.
Tbo Democratic State Convention.
composed of 304 delegates, will meet In
August at Uarrlsburg. Columbia county
is entitled to four delegates.
A new firm, under the name of the Hess
Iron Manufacturing Company, began opcr.
ntlons last week, E. R. Drinker and J,
Ralstou belug taken Into the firm.
A full assortment of all kinds of coods.
and we elve vou a discount of ten tier
cent, for cash until February 21.
H. W. Sloan.
A bill regulating the postal laws In ref
erence to second and third class matter and
designating what may be printed thereon
was signed by President Cleveland Hon.
The citizens of Buffalo, New York, have
raised $100,000, to be given to the inventor
who will devise the mo t feasible way of
uslne the immense water Dower of Niagara
All persons to whom liquor licenses were
granted on the 10th inst. must pay the
license fee and lift the license within fifteen
days from that time, or the license will be
revoaeu. , -
A lunch supper at the homo of Samuel
Turnbach on East street will be given Fri
day evening, by the young people of tho
Lutheran church. Ice cream and cake
will be served.
Parties in need of pianos or organs should
call and see J. Ballzer's music warerooms
I'hose who have never been there would
be surprised at the variety of Instruments
trout which they can select.
A local institute will be held at Orange.
vllle Friday evening Feb. 3d and Saturday
Feb 4th. Hon. H. B. Payne of Wilkes
barro will dcllyer an address on Friday
evening. All are invited to attend.
Tho Bennett-Moulton Comic O pera Com
pany will bo at tho Bloomsburg Opera
House next week, Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday evenings, and Wednesday
matinee. Don't fall to hear them.
Pauline Karns, Infant daughter of Bus
sel and Elmlra Karns, formerly of Benton,
died at Laporte, Sullivan county, on Jan
nary ISth, aged seven months and five
days. Interment took place at Benton.
When the new board of county commis
sioners went into office the treasury was
empty, and they wero obliged to borrow
$600 to begin with. Tax collectors should
bring in their money as rapidly as possible,
Louts VIcrick has sold out his barber
shop to Glasco Cameron, who will after
February 1st take possession of tho shop
In the basement of tho Exchange note!
Mr. Vierick, we understand, will return
to his former homo in Oregon.
A company has been organized in
Plymouth to procure a charter and build a
bridgo over the Susquehanna at South
Wilkcs-Barrc. The company will also ap.
ply for a charter for an electric street rail
way to run to tho centro of town.
A fracas between three young fellows on
upper Main street Thursday night of last
week occasioned much excitement and
drew quite a large crowd. One of our
policemen finally appeared on tho scene
and put a stop to it, but no arrests were
A short tlmo ago the three small children
of David Jones, aged respectively five,
eight and ten years, arrived In Nautlcoke
whero the father is working. Their mother
died In Australia, and they came unat
tended from New Boutb Wales to this
Hereafter, an exchange says, all
letters mailed on a train will be put off at
the first post-office to be cancelled by the
postmaster, the postal clerks on the differ
ent trains not being allowed to cancel
stamps. This Is an order from the depart.
ment officials. This is a mistake.
Two large slelpblng parties started out
from tho Normal school last Friday even
ing Two sled loads went to Berwick
where they spent the evening at tho Cross
Keys Hotel, and the other parly, of but
one load, went to the City Hotel, Danville,
Both bad a very enjoyable time.
The front part of the Cbemberllu build
lng oo Main street Is being remodelled Into
a store room, which will be used for a
cigar store by Mr Wm. Webb, after the
first of April. At that tlrve he will movo
into the building, and bis family will oc
cupy the other portion ot the house.
A large four-horse sled load of ladies and
gentlemen w,cnt to Stillwater Tuesday af
ternoon to glye a surprise to Stillwater's
genial citizen, Mr. J. F, Mcllenry, Th
surprise was well planned and executed
After spending a few hours In pleasant
conversation, the party reluctantly return.
A sled load of young pcoplo went to
Frosty valley Tuesday and spent tho eyen
lng at Mr Robert Pursel's.
Thn Hnmlnek Humlav Rclinnl Cnnin.
tton will bo htld In tho Mew Columbia
church noxt Saturday, January 23.
On February 22nd there will bo a grand
ball at Muslo .Hall, at which time the
manager will give to tho best lady dancer
In general a lady's silver Chatelaine watch
and gold fob chain.
There has been somo talk about making
a changa in tho janitor at tho jail, but an
examination proved that the Sheriff alone
has control of the matter, and that upon
his petition tho present Incumbent was ap.
pointed by the Court, and the salary fixed.
Ther. will therefore be no change, unless
tho Sheriff nsks for it.
Go to the Opera Ilnus.) and hear Gorton's
Famous New Orleans Mlnstt els, this (Fri
day) evening. They will give a first-class
performance, and the music of the band is
well worth going to hear. They hare been
here before, and each tlmo bad a largo
house and everybody was pleased with tho
performance. Don't miss them.
Mr. Francis C. Brightly, tho well-known
lawyer and author of "Pmdon's Digest of
Pennsylvania Statutes," "Digest of United
States Statutes," "Digest of New York
Reports," "Federal Digest" &c., died at his
residence, 20 Harvey street. Germantown,
Tuesday afternoon, aged 70 years. Brlghl's
disease was the causo nf his death.
Prof. Thomas Methcrell, accompanied
by bis son, Richard, ffent to Danville
Tuesday night to lead the Danville Orches
tra at the reception and danco at the Mon
tour House after tbo wedding of Mr.
Gross, of D&nvl'le, to Miss Goldsmith.
''Dick" also assisted in the orchestra, which
was, no doubt, much improved by this ad
dition. Those who have the care ot horses
ahould remember that the bit should never
he put In a horse's mouth, during cold
weather before It has been dipped In cold
water to take out tbo frost. By touching
bis tongue to h bit of steel that has been
exposed to a low temperature one will
learn for himself the reason for this pre
caution. On Thursday, January 19, about noon,
Miss Jcnnlo Miller and Mr. Wm. Holdren
were united in marriage at the homo of tho
bride's parents In Eyer's Grove. The cere
mony was performed by Rev. Guldin, pas
tor of the M. E Church at Washington-
villo. Quite a number of Invited guests,
relatives and friends of tho happy couple,
Kev Mr. Needham will probably give his
last sermon in the Baptist church of this
town on Friday evening. He goes from
here to Watsontown. During Mr. Need
ham's stay In this town, by his earnest
manner of preaching ho has won many
converts. The people here will long re
member blm for the good be has done In
There will be a total eclipse, of the moon
on the evening of Baturday, January 28,
which will be visible in this section. The
eclipse will begin at 3:27 p. m., and end
at 7:09 p. m.,so, though tbo beginning can
not be seen, it will be dark enough to wit
ness the latter and most interesting part of
the progress ot the moon through the
Mlsa Lizzie Reescr, who has been em
ployed for some time pat at Brown Bros'.,
ha been lying seriously 111 during the past
week at her home on Fifth street. Bhe
slipped on the ice and fell Thursday even
ing of last week, injuring herself lnternolly,
it Is thought, and ever slnco hasten In
convulsions much of the time. Bhe Is now
A disastrous fire occurred In Phlladel
phla Monday night, at Eighth and Arch
streets, when all the buildings on the four
corners were destroyed. The fire originated
in the big millinery establishment of
Marks Bros., which was completely d
stroyed and with it over a dozen other bus
iness places. The loss is estimated at
nearly two millions of drllars.
A level-headed writer has just glyen
publicity to the following: One-third of
tho fools in this country think they can
beat the lawyer In expounding the la
one-half think they can beat the doctors
healing the sick; two-thirds think they can
beat the minister In preaching tho gospel;
and all of them know they can beat the
editor in running a newspaper.
List ot letters remaining in the Post Of.
flee at Bloomsburg for week ending Jan.
Norma Conklln. Clara C. Clewell, Kim-
ber M. Fox, B. Bnultz, Mrs. li. Hpookcq.
Persons calling for these letters will
please say "advertised."
UaoKOE A. Clark, P. M.
It is rumored that a number of new
bouses will soon be commenced near cor.
ncr of Fifth and West streets to accomo
date the strangers who come to our town
with the new silk Industry. Tho "indlca
Hons are that this season will open with i
general building boom. Houses aro now
scarce and those commanding a rental of
$80 to $100, will be In great demand betoro
the summer closes.
An old smoker says: "Never light your
cigar from another man's. The light on
another cigar Is dull and the chances are
that your cigar will not get well lighted,
and a poorly lighted cigar, no matter how
good the tobacco Is in it, will not smoko
well. Always light your cigar from a
clear flame, and light It well; you get fifty
per cent, more satisfaction out of It." Io
case it's a cigarette, don't light it at all.
A practical revivalist preached out West
from the well known text "Render unto
Ctesar," and requested all the congregation
who had paid their debts to rise. The up
rising was general, After they bad all tak
en their seats, a call was made for thoso
who didn't py tbelr debts, and one solitary
individual rote who explained that he was
a country editor, and could not pay be.
cause the rest of tho congregation wero
owing him on subscription.
Seven bouses wero burned In ML Carmel
last week Tuesday, four of which belonged
to Charles Krug ot this town. Tho fire
originated In a Hungarian boanling-house,
whose fourteen Inmates for three days pre
vious had been celebrating a christening.
Tho usual tubs of home-made liquor and
several barrels of beer frenziid the house
hold and a violent fight ensued. An hour
after the building was In flames and tho
charred remains of three men lay burled in
James R. Wclrman died at Qulndaro,
on January 0, after a lingering illness. Mr,
Wclrman has relatives In this section who
will be sorry to learn of bis death. The
Kansas City Daily Oaztttt says:
Deceased was born In Union county, Pa,,
in which state ho resided until July, 1887,
at which lime he tame to Qulndao, Kan ,
where he was employed In the wagon shop
of O. E Kline. About the middle of Au.
gust he was taken sick wlib malaria fever,
ot which he neyer recovered, dying ot ab
scess of tho liver. The family, consisting
of a wife and daughter, have the sympathy
ot the whole community,
DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA
O. Wi Miller, Esq., and Geo. S. Hohbtns
visited Hobokon 1W week as a commttteo
appointed by tho subscribers i the fund
to erect a silk mill, and tho necessary pa
pers wero duly executed, Work do tho
building will commence soon.
J, L. Glrtot Is now serving meals nl his
new hotel stand In Cadman's building The
bar will bo opened on February 1st, nnd
by next week he expects to have tho house
in shapo for tho accommodation of guests.
Tbo lunch counter will be abandoned, and
the house will be run on the American
So far as wo havo beard, tho action of
Judges Murphy and Mcllenry in disposing
of the license cases has given general sat
isfaction. For three days they heard tcstl
mony, and the peculiar position in which
they wero placed was a very trying one to
mn not learned in tho law. They ac
quitted themselves nobly, and In deliver,
lng the opinion if the Court In the several
contested cases Judge Mcllenry gave rea
sons for their action in a very clear and
Pcoplo aro not only careless In address
ing ordinary letters, but money letters also.
The report of the Dad Letter ofllco shows
that during the past year fully 1,500 misdi
rected letters have come there every day,
and that In them were $33,009 In cash nul
$1,500,000 In drafts and money orders.
Eighty-four thousand letters contained
pnstkgo stamps, 33,000 photographs and
25,000 articles of merchandise. During
the year 4,800,000 letters wero received at
the Dead Letter office.
Paper window glass is now said to be an
assured fact. A window pane is mado of
white paper, manufactured from cotton or
linen, and modified by chemical action,
Afterwards tho paper Is dipped into a prep.
nratltm of camphor and alcohol, which
makes it like parchment. From this point
it can bu moulded and cut Into remarkably
tough sheets entirely transparent, and It
can bo dyed with almost any of tho ana.
lino colors, tho result showing far moro
vivid hue? than the best glass exhibits
The sleighing has been excellent for
some time past, and the beautiful moon
light evenings, during the past two weeks,
although they have been crisp and cold,
havo drawn out many parties of sleigh
riders. Thcro havo not been many sleigh
ing parties thus far from Bloomsburg, but
there has been a large number of parties in
our town from other places. Quite a num
ber havo been up hero from Danville.
Wednesday nightaof last week tho choir
boys of Christ (Memorial) ( hurch, Danville,
accompanied by tho officers and teachers
of the Sunday school, came up and spent
the evening at the Ccnlral Hotel; a large
four-horse load of young ladies was at the
Exchange Saturday evening; thcro have
been a number of other parties from Dan
ville, besides thosu that have been here
irom other places.
Sunday and Monday wero the coldest
days we havo bad here this Winter. The
cold weather began on Saturday and con
tinued until Monday night, the thermom
eter registering at times as low as ten de
grees below zero The weather moderated
somewhat Monday evening, the mercury In
the thermometer going up to fifteen de
grees above, and since then the weather
has been much milder. During tho cold
snap many people wero nnnoyed by tho
freezing of water pipes. Fires had to bu
kept going at full blast In order to keep
warm in the house, and everybody walking
along the street hurried as fast as they
could to get out of the bitter cold weather
We may be thankful, though, that we have
had no blizzards here, and that the ther
mometer has not registered forty and fifty
degrees below zero, as it has done in some
sections of the country.
In n letter recently received from Judge
Elwell, written at Jacksonville, Florida, he
"Great efforts aro being made all over
the State to Induce foreigners and others
to becomo settlers. I think a great fraud
Is being perpetrated by these efforts upon
all persons who may come except those
who have money. Tho land will produce
nothing but oranges and somo vegetables.
In order to prepare the land for an orange
grove the pine trees, standing two or three
feet apart and In size from 2 to 0 inches,
must all he grubbed up and made away
with, then the sand (there' Is no soil) roust
be manured, and fertilized all over the
orange trees arc then set about twenty
feet apart and annually cared for. About
ten years after planting they are in bear
lng. Then the oranges are to bo carefully
flicked by band, carried to a shelter tnd
aid upon shelves to Beason, after that they
are to bo sorted, wrapped in paper, boxed
and sent to market. It is an exceptional
case when tho profits pay interest and ex
penses. Even It they did a poor man
could not wait for the returns. Ho must
live by grubbing for his more wealthy
neighbor or starve. He can never become
tho owner of an orango grove."
Dr. Wm. A. Swaby died at Seneca Falls,
N. Y., on Saturday, January 7, after a pro.
longed illness. Ho was formerly a resident
of Columbia county. Tbo Seneca County
Courier gives tho following account of iilm
William Althur Swaby was born In Espy,
Columbia Co., Ph., March 12, 1828, of Eng.
lish Colonial parentage, his grand fattier
having owned a largo estate in the British
West Indies. His education was obtained
at tho public schools, the Catawlssa Acad
emy, and tho Academy slnco merged into
the Normal school at Bloomsburg. In bis
18th year he commenced the study of medl.
cine under Dr. Joshua M. Wallace of Phila
delphia. Ho -vns also much Indebted to
tho care and instruction of Dr. E. Wallace,
demonstrator of anatomy in the Jcffcrsjn
medical college of Philadelphia, from
which institution ha graduated In May
1848, but continued n post-graduate course
for another year. lie then commenced
the practice of mediclno in Bloomsburg,
Pu., remaining there two years, loralng
thence to beneca Falls where ho joined
pracllco with Dr. I la'k. Tho winters of
1855-0, ho spent In Philadelphia, perfecting
himself in certain specialties One season
also ho was In Europe, Aside from this,
be remained in practice in this town and,
until feeble health compelled him to cease
from arduous labors, he was for years the
leading physician of Seneca Fulls. His
funeral tooil place on Tuesday, Jan. 10, at
Seneca Falls, with the ceremonies or the
Episcopal church, and there was a large
The Busquchanna Evening Trantcript ot
Jan. 17 says of the Bennett & Moulton Op
era company, which will appear here next
"Ono of tho most pleasing entertain
ments given In Susquehanna In many a day ,
was the rendition last evening In Hogan
Onera House of the sprightly and brrezv
"Mascot," by the well known and popular
iiennett-Mouiton company, Bliss Mamie
Blegfricd, as Uettina, was very charming,
and "caught on" with her sudience from
the start. She is very talenttd, and as a
prima donna wilt bo beard from In tho
years to come.
Miss Etta Reed, as Fiamctta, was Btatcly
anil piquant, and won applause by her ur.
tlstlo work, Gilbert Clayton, as Prince
Lorenzo, and Jerry Slattery, as Rocco,
wero excruciatingly grotesque and comical,
and kept the audience in good humor by
their fine business as comcdiaus. Clayton's
soDg, in which our Main street and tho
electric light were rung in, brought down
the house. Big. Jules Cluzetli, as Feeder.
ick, and Frank Wooley, as Plppo, pleased
all with their fine singing and artistic act
ing. The latter's ''Gobble" duet with 1
Bettina was charmingly rendered. Tho
minor parts were very acceptably taken.
and tho pteco was rendered smoothly and
artistically throughout. The stage settings
were good, and the costumes rich and ap.
proprlate. There was no tedious waiting
The lino faces, forms and voices of the la.
dies seemed to please tbe gods in tho gal
lery, and tho ancient gentlemen with pnl
Ished bends all kept their seats until tho
close. The audience was well pleased, as
was attested by tbo hearty applause and
j Miss Jcnnlo Wlllctts, n sister of Dr. t
W. Willetts, died at her inmr on Market
street last Tuesday night. Tho causo of
her death was consumption, with which
disease sho had long been n sufferer. Fun
eral services will be held this (Friday) af
ternoon at the doctor's residence and the
remains will bo taken to Catawlssa for in
terment. The following coinlo operas will bo sung
by tho Dennett and Moulton Comic Opera
Company at tho Opera IInuo next wecki
Monday evening, Mascot) Tuesday evening,
Oltvcttes Wednesday matinee, Pinafore;
Wednesday ovcnlng, Chimes of Normandy.
Tho company Is a first class one and has
been highly spoken of by press and public
everywhiro they have appeared, lou will
miss a great treat If you fail to hear them.
Don't forget tho dates, Jan 30, 81, Feb, 1.
AclinlBlon IS, 25, 85c. Reserved scats at
Lfcntier'S snoe store.
In spite of the cold weather wo have
been having during a part of the past week,
the hill leading to the Normal School has
been crowded with coasters every evening,
excepting, of course, Sunday. Allthooth.
cr hills seem to bo deserted for the Nor-
mal, which Is now In excellent condition.
Sleds of all sizes nd shapes aro brought
Into use, from tho llttlo "clipper" up to
tho big bob-sled. Tho largest sled on the
hill is one that was Invented by a few en
terprlslng young men, who wanted to glvo
evcryhody n chance to get n rido. It con
sists of two small sleds, which aro joined
together by a long plank on top, upon
which nny number of pcoplo may sit nnd
glide down tho long gradif. Tho Impetus
given the sled carries it quite a distance
bulow tho foot of tho hill. We haven't
got a toboggan slide here, but the old
stylo of coasting seems to suit everybody,
and they enjoy it, too, judging from tho
numbers that havo been Indulging in tho
pastime tho past week.
G. P. Stincr is putting up a fine store
building. He expects to move In It by tho
first day of April. Mr. Htlucr is ono of tho
best merchants in tho county.
Heeco iatrman, of LIghtstrcct, expects
to take chp.rge of the Ileckman house In
the bprlng. Rccco always keeps a first-
class house nnd we all wish him success.
Wm Fleckcnstine is happy. He expects
to quit carrying the mall on Friday and
then ho will devote his whole time to his
M. L Kline, the boss harness maker, Is
selling lots ot harness at the present time.
He has two professional iournevmen aid.
The bloods of Orangcylllc held a ban
quet nnd ball at tho Mcllenry Hotel, lien-
ton, on Friday night, Jan 20 There was
not one admitted to the ball room without
a full dress suit, Tho Bloomsburg Otches
tra furnished the music.
The Orangcvllle Orchestra Is improving
fast. The town has donated them a bass
viol. They will furnish music on tho 22nd
of February at the Orangevillo Opera
Miss Fleckcnstlne, of New York, is vis.
iting friends here.
On Wednesday last quite a party from
Biickhorn and vicinity visited at Rev. F,
A grand dinner was given at Geo.
urimes- on rnuay last or which quite a
number of tho town peoplo partook, enjoy,
ing thi occasion.
Prof. Noetllng of the B S. N. 8. stopped
with Supt. Grimes over night on Friday on
his way up the creek to attend an Institute
which by the way seems to be a delight to
the Prof, to impart instruction.
Dr. Gray of Wllllamsport seminary
preached a missionary sermon in the M
E. church on Sunday last.
Elizabeth Ruckle- who has been from
home for some weeks past Is visiting
friends in Orange and Centre townships.
Quite a lot of young folks from Buck.
horn came sleighing to J. II. Townsend's
on Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Ed. Achcnhach ot Kansas and Miss
Clara Ent ot Bloomsburg arc visiting at
Mrs. N. B. Enl's.
Mr. and Mrs. Mellck of New Jersey are
visiting at J. M. Huishizcr's.
Filling ice houses has been tho rage dur.
Ing tne past week.
Tlie County Hcnt 1'rocesHlon.
"This copy of our paper," writes a Da.
kota editor, "is not Issued from Scrip City,
our now county seat, as wo hoped it would
be, but about four miles from there, near
Hank Potter's place. This is owing to the
fact that in moving our office on tho wagon,
wjiere wo have had It for tho last two
years, so that wo might keep It as near lho
county seat ns poslble, one of our horses
beenmo frightened at the noise of tho job
press as wt were running off someposters
reared up and fell and broko its neck, thus
compelling us to stop iu the road. Wo ex.
pect to remain whero we are till next week,
when tho boys from Jumping Valley movo
the county seal back, when wo shall hitch
our wagon to the back end ot tho Court
Houso and lie towed along to civilization
Bcforo the Scrip City boys come after tho
County Capital, week after next, wo shall
have secured a now horso and propose to
keep right up to the procession after this,
Itemeinhcr to subscribo for tho only county
seat paper in the county the wheels wore
off of our esteemed but sleepy contempor
ary's wagon six months ngo, and it has
slnco been side-tracked at Chicago City."
About half past five o'clock Wednesday
afternoon, a horrible accident occurred to
Mr. II C. Yost, foreman In the Rupert
keg factory. He was In tho act ot throw
ing off tbo large belt of tho driving wheel,
when he was caught, and carried to the
roof with lightning rapidity. When ho
reached tho roof his skull was fractured.
the brains Bputtcred over the shingles, his
back broken and a leg broken. Deuih was
instantaneous. Mr. Yost had been employ.
cd at this factory for many years and was
a general favorite with everyone. Ho
leaves a wife to mourn his sad and unttmo.
ly death. Funeral Saturday afternoon, at
tho Lutheran church.
Llttlo wonder that the pledges made at New
Year's lade a war.
Aud that men again appear to seektho solace
For tbe icy walks at present make It hard upright
And tho easiest ot matters Is frequently to slip
up. Bwton ivr.
I'ropli) lactic lu hIcUiichh.
"Typhoid fever has broken out bore
again, but wherever Darbys Prophylactlo
Fluid has been freely used (hero has been
no fever." M. B. Lakcabteb, P. M,, Ed,
"Tho Fluid Is not mdrely a deodorizer,
but a disinfectant a destroyer of tho dls.
case germs lu an atmosphe'ro which cannot
bo breathed wlthoufdanger." "New York
A i"ortiuiutc auu Crutcf ul AVuiuau,
Mrs. J, II, Giles, of Everett, Pa., says:
I suffered for many years from kidney and
gravel trouble. Besides, I bad other com
plaints common to my sex. I began using
Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy, of
Rondout, N. Y, A few word tell tho re.
suit. I am a happy and perfectly well
woman oncayiuore. Thanks to Dr. Ken.
nedy and his Fayorlte Remedy. Price $1.
Columbia County Agricultural, Horti
cultural and Mechanical AssoclatI6n met
at thelcourt houso on Baturday afternoon
at 2 o'clock, F. 1). Hartman was eticted
chairman, U II Ent, secretary, and J. P.
Bands rending clerk. Tho list of members
was called, and minutes of last year real
and approved. Financial statement was
then read, showing a balance In tho treas
ury ot $203.C0. Mr. Wblto stated that thcro
was about $82 00 duo for advertisements
n tho premium list, and a rchato of $5 on
dues paid the National Association, which
would appear In tho next statement. Mr.
White offered tho'tollowlng resolutionsi
Rksolvxd. That this corporation accents
tho provisions ot the Constitution of the
State adopted December 10th, 1873, and
the president and secretary aro hereby
authorized nnd directed to make, under
the seal of tho corporation, and to file In
tho office of tho secretary of the Common-
wcatii, tne ccrunraio rcauirca by law for
the purposo aforesaid.
jusolvbd, That In accordance with tbo
provisions of tbo Act of the 14th dav of
June, A. D 1887, this corporation accepts
the provision or. raid act, entitled "An net
io proviuc lor tne incorporation and regu
lation of companies, not for profit, organ
ized for tho encouragement of the arts and
sciences and of agriculture and hortlcul.
turo, nnd to confer upon such companies
the right of eminent domain," for the pur
poso of acquiiing a'l the privileges, lm
munltlcs, nnd franchises of corporations of
tho first class, under said act and formally
surrenders to tho commonwealth for can
cellation, Its Letter' Patent, or Charter for
tne purpose oi acquiring all tho privileges,
Immunities, franchise and powers confer
ee! by said Act of Juno 14tb, 1887, upon
companies to ue created thereunder.
HKSOLVED. i hat the name shall bo Tho
Columbia County Agricultural, Ilortlcnlt-
urni nnu au cnanicul Association nnd that
there shall bo no capital stock.
Resolved. That the said Columbia
County Agricultural, Horticultural and
Dlicuonicnl Association adopt all tho rules,
regulations and bv-laws ot tho original
charter and 1U amendments, governing,
controllng and regulating the objects of
tne society, mo membership, tho election
of officers and tho management of Its busi
ness, lor the use and direct oi, ot said
Columbia County Agricultural, Horticul
tural and Mechanical Association under
ttie letters patent herein prayed for.
Resolved. That the president and secrc.
tnry be authorized nnd directed to make
unucr me seal oi tuo uorporatlon tho nec
essary certificate required by the Act of
As-cmbly and fllo the same together with
tho Charter of this society with the Score-
lary of the Commonwealth foi the' purpose
ni naving metiers ralcnl under said
Act of Juno 14th, 1887, Issued to tho so.
inc resolutions wero adopted. Un mo
tion tho salaries ot the officers wero made
tho same ns last year. Samuel Camp was
nominated f jr President and elected. M.
W. Monroe and K. O. Ent wero appointed
tellers. The following officers were elect
Vice-Presidents. J. M. Dewltt. IJaltls
Sterling, Jero Kostenbauder, Dr. A. P,
Heller : Executive Committee. John An-
picman, j. r. i-rcas, r, li. nagenunch;
occrciary. n. v. vvn ie- Treasurer. J.u.
Brown; Librarian, Thomas Webb: Aud.
Itors. Uooreo Conner. K. C. Ent. J. P.
Sands: Member state board, Chandlce
Geo. E. Elwell asked bow many compli
racntary tickets were issued by the officers.
Me stated that he asked for information, as
ho had heard tho subject frequently dis
cussed. There was nothing in any report
submitted to the society to Indicate the
number of complimentary tickets given,
and as it was n privilege capable of abuse
ho thought tho members had a right to
know just what was being done. H. V.
White, secretary, replied by refusing to
stato the number, and took the position
that the members had no business to know.
He thought that If the society bad not con
fidence enough In Its officers to entiust
them with the bnndllng of complimentary
tickets, they ought to elect somo one else.
F. B. Hartman nnd W. M. Monroe agreed
wllh him. Aaron Smith said that thejfficers
Hvu away enuugu ucaeis to re-cieci mem
selves each year. Tho subject was then
dropped as thero was no motion bcforo the
house. A committee of five was appointed
to revise tho premium list, and the meeting
The MIlierH Still Firm.
NO EFFOliT MAPS TO START WOItK IN TOE VI-
OINITV OF rOTTSVILLK.
Pottsvills, Pa., Jan. 24. Bub-division
No. 12, Miners' national district No. 135,
K. of L , met here to-day. The meeting
was secret aud continued all day. Routine
business was presented as belug the lmmc
dlato subject of attention, although It Is
understood that the effect upon tho strike
of tho manifesto of President Corbln nnd
tho reply of tho miners' committee was
earnestly and anxiously considered. There
Is no practical ehangc In the situation to
note to-day. Tho recent report that a vlg.
orous.and immediate effort was to be made
to start certain collieries appears either to
have been groundless or else the project
has been abandoned, as no collieries have
resumed, nor Is there any Indication point
lng to tho immediate resumption of any
outside of tho circle of strikers. Tho
manifesto of President Corbln Is generally
regarded as vindicating the position ot the
Reading Railroad company, although tho
prompt and defiant reply of the miners'
committco is interpreted as indicating no
relaxation ot the determination of the
strikers. The two opposing deliverances
arc generally accepted as the ultimatum of
each sldo and constitutes a deadlock, tho
duration ot which admits of no reliable
TIioHe NccPDHiiry 1'liliiKH-llrenIt
Tho old adage, "No breakfast, no man
is perhaps as true in somo form to-day as
when first formulated, 'although 4of latn
yrars iuu mens oi poopio concerning
breakfast havo undergone a radical change
For tho laboring man and for the man of
much physical oxcrclsoa heavy breakfast
is necessary, but for the man or woman of
sedentary habits a Ihjht breakfast Is doubt
less much belter. In uny case, fruit should
always bo found at breakfast. Many pre.
fer it after the meal, but It Is not only more
dlgcstiblo but assists tho digestiou moro
surely if used at tho beginning ot tho
meal, For a light breakfast tbo fruit
should be followed by ono ot the cereals In
somo form with cream, which Is moro
nourishing than milk and by many as easily
digested. This, followed by delicate dry
toast or rolls, with coffee, tea or chocolate,
aud perhaps eggs lu somo form, makes a
breakfast so easily digested trial many per
sons can do far moro work on it than on
heavier food. Table Talk.
The tloors of tho First National
Hank of Auburn, N. Y. weru closed
Monday morning ami the cashier, Mr.
Charles O'Brien and book-keeper El
mer E. Morse, wore uii68inpf, tbo two
haviuij probably gono to Cauada, A
ilu'eoior of tho bank is reported as say
ing that tho defiuieuoy will amount to
Thero will be a general advance in
wages on tho Pennsylvania Company's
lines west of Piitsburg, and thero will
ho no strike, Tho committee repre
senting tho employees has been given
to untlerrtanl that all of tho concess
ions asked will bo granted, oven on tho
Business Chances. If you suffer from
backache, kidney troubles, sore muscles,
rheumalio pains or weak lungs apply a
Hop Plaster over seat of naln. It wonder
fully soothes and strengthens tho parts.
A man like a watch Is to bo valued for
his goings. Put tho mainspring In good
order with Warner's Log Cabin Pills, whoso
action Is gentle but effective, and men will
ccaso running down. All druggists sell
AnIccp for tteven Venn,
Herman Haines, a resident of Ullcn,
Minnesota, has slept almost continually
for seven years. Ho has been treated In n
dozen different ways, but no one has been
able to break his protracted slumber. Pow
erful electric batteries have been applied
to his body, the only effect being a con.
traction of tho muscles. Haines Is now
forty-nlno years old, and ten years ago was
prosperous farmer In St, Clair county,
III. At that Hire ho was halo nnd hearty.
his weight being 180 pounds.
In 1877 ho was stricken with fever and
ague, and In tho Spring ot 1880 moved to
St. Charles, Winona county, whence ho
was brought to Uttca. A few months af.
tcr his arrival In lho Slate he fell asleep,
and ho has lived In this strange, condition
for more than seven years.
In the summer ot 1884 ho awoko ono
morning, aroso from his bed, put on his
clothes and went about his work. When
told that he had slumbered four years he
grew Indignant and would not believe thnt
ho had slept more than a night, until led
bcforo a mirror and shown his long black
hair and beard and sunken cheeks and
eyes, t or a month his health and habits
semccd perfect. Ho went to bed nt tho
usual hour, slept through tho night and
arose with the lark.
In August, 1884, his wife becamo very
III, and Haines was obliged to deprive him
self of needed rest. Ono night, whilo tak
ing her a cup of tea, he suddenly fell
asleep, dropped the cup, sank to tho floor
and had to bo taken to his bed, from which
he nas never since risen. IIo lies on his
back, breathes naturally, and suffers litllo
pain, but is wasting away. His weight Is
now less than ninety pounds, and he Is no
longer ablo tn move himself in bed.
About eleven o'clock every evening he
awakes for five or six minutes, during
which time bo Is hurriedly glyen a soft
boiled egg, n little soup and a swallow or
two of coffee, bis only dally nourishment.
Ho Is extremely nervous during his brief
waking intervals, but bis conversation in
dicates that bis mind is not beclouded.
No medicine has passed his Hps for two
years. His children are bright and healthy
Pond's Extract is never sold by measure
nor bulk nor In any druggist bottles. Any.
one who tells you he buys it by the gallon
or barrel, or in any way except in our bot
tles, is falsifying and drceivlng you. Pre
pared and bottled only by Pond's Extract
Co., Nw York and London. Bee our name
on every wrapper and label. Pond's Ex.
tract has been used by physicians and tbe
people for over forty years for sore throat,
wounds, cuts, piles, hemorrhages, etc.
RCHOlutloiiH of Condolence.
Wjiekeas It has pleased our irrcnt
ureaior, out oi uis mercy, ana m tho exer.
else of his unfathomable wisdom, to re.
movo our comrade. Charles B. Brockwav.
from the cares and troubles of a transitory
existence to eternal life, therefore be It
Resolved. That wo recognize with hum
ble submlsslvencss the unscarchahlo decree
of Him who doeth all things well and are
lorcioiy reminded uy ims event that lire Is
transient, and taught that wo should wise
ly and usefully employ our time so as to
make the period of preparation ever co
existent with the hour of death.
httolved. That ns fellow comrades of
the same post of the G. A. R. with tho now
lamented dead we cherish with proud
satisfaction the knowledge, that he was
the possessor of those virtues that ever en
deared him to his associates In life as a
courteous and affable man of pure, simple
auu enoniing laim, as a citizen obedient
and submissive, who ever recognized bis
political duties in the light of moral obit
gallon, and as a lover of his country whose
noble devotion was nttestcd on many a
well fought battle field and In the close con
Hnement of a southern war prison.
Resolved. That we extend our most un.
feigned nnd warmest sympathies to the be
reaved family who havo been called to
mourn the loss of a faithful husband, an
Indulgent father and an affection ato broth.
er, but ever remind them that they sorrow
run as incise wuuout nope uui mat mclr
lamented one was enabled to prosecute his
journey, without dreud or apprehension,
io mai isr aisiant country whenco no trav
Resolved. That ns a token of our grief
and affliction our hall.be draped with black
for a period of thirty days.
Resolved. That these resolutions be pub
lished In all the papers of tho county and
that the bereaved family be furnished with
a copy of tho same.
U. H. Ent, )
CllAS. S. Fornwalp, Com.
Lewis Cohen. J
Mad IMitlit Years Alter ncluc;
A few weeks ago Frank Tribbey, Jr., a
married son of Frank Tribbey, Sr., pro
prictor of tho Occidental Hotel, Indlanap.
oils, was taken with a mysterious malady
that battled the skill of the physlcUns. Ho
had every symptom of hydrophobia, and
was so violent that tho physicians were
compelled to strap him down in bed. Tho
physicians finally pronounced the enso
spinal meningitis. Tribbey, after several
days, recovered nnd was about the streets
for several weeks when he was agaiu selz.
ed with a recurrence of the same syratnms.
Ho barked llko a dog and becamo so vlo
lent that his friends weie compelled to
strap him down. Tribbey Is said to bo in
a critical condition, Eight years ujo he
was bitten by n dog. It may be that some
virus was left in the system from tbo bite,
HtrciiKtlt of Ice.
It Is estimated by good authority that
tco ono and one-half Inches inches thick
will support a man; four Inches thick will
support a ravalrys Ave inches thick will
support eighty.four-pound cannon, mount
cdften Inches thick will support a multi.
tudej eighteen Inches thick will support a
CouHiuiiptlou Hurely Cured.
To the Editok Please Inform your read
ers that I havo a positive remedy for tho
above named disease. By its timely uso
thousands of hopeless cases havo-becu per
mancully cured. 1 shall be glad to send
two homes or ray remedy frco to any of
your readers who havo consumption if tbev
will send me their express and post ofllco
address. Kespectfully, T. A. Slocum, M.
U, IBl Pearl St., New York, no nov250m
THE POPULATION OF BLOOMSIiUIta
Is about (5,000, and wo would say at least
one.half aro troubled with some alTi rilnn
of tbo throat and lungs as thoso complaints
aro, according to statistics, more numerous
than others. We would advise alt not to
neglect the opportunity to call on their
urugmsi anu get a uottie ot Kemp's Hal.
sain for thu throat and lungs. Price 60c.
anu 91. l rial suo irec. Sold by all drug,
glits. J 6
Buy Lester's Binglmmton Kip
uoota. nest maue.
HOLUHEN M1LLKK. Janunrv 10
1888, by Hev. J. Guldin, Mr. Wm. J. Hoi
dreu to Miss Jennie Miller, both of liver's
BUEECE 8HAFFEH. On Saturday,
January 31, 1888, by Guy Jucoby, Exi ,
Mr George O. Bretce to Miss Jennie Slmf.
fer, both of Bloontburg, Pa.
KHEl'PENNECK MuMHNlAW, riM
tt, 1887, Ly Hev. J. Guldin, Mr. Jno. u.
IvreppcnneCK 10 AlISS t.KlOra J, McMlell.
ael, both of Madison township, Columbia
mtucstrniAi Monday, Jan. SS, IBS!
The retail situation of the day
has three demands. Cold,
Fashion, and Economy draw at
lhese divers and contradic
tory demands of the period call
for a great deal of attention. It
seems a paradox that much cur
rent interest in the store should
be divided between the things
for midsummer and midwinter.
Furs and Lawns, Toboggan
Sleds and Ginghams, Skates
and Hamburg Embroideries,
Overcoats and Muslin Under
wear are equally in the minds
of retail buyers. To meet all
these elements is our study.
New goods daily. More
pressure lor space in tins de
partment or that all the time.
Quick, very quick prices on the
older things wherever they in
Quick prices on the new
things, too. No odds what goods
go for anywhere else, they go
for as little or less here, quality
for quality. That you know.
We are with the market or be
low it. More often below
low it than any other way.
"Bargains" at every counter.
At each step you will run across
half-price or third-price or quarter-price
goods. Cold weather
things are all over the store at
warm weather values.
Forethoughtful peop'e who
think more of getting good, sub
stantial, worthful articles at a
fraction of the common price
than of being at the very tip top
of every wave crest of Fashion
find a rich reward by looking
about the store these days.
When goods of any sort get a
little behind the fashion or the
season, down go the prices.
Thrifty buyers watch for such
This is their harvest time.
I. W. Hartman & BonB' offer a special
bargain in a 4-4 extra heavy muslin nt 7c.
yd by bolt. Kqnal In weight to Appleton
Seventeen years experience in tho Barber
business. Am prepared to please the most
faslidiou8. Clean towels, and twelve shayei
for $1 at Louis Vicreck's. JanO-Ow.
Don't forget I. W. Hartman & Bons'
iigui calicoes nna Jlcrrlmacks.
The undersigned, having secured all the
appliances for embalming, is now prepared
to attend to nil calls pertaining 'o tho un
II. B. Angle,
4UnnC. Espy, Pa.
Tbo dishes being opened at I. W. Hart
man & Sons' for spring sales are cheap and
Go to Sharpless' foundry to buy tho
chenpest ranges, cook stoves, all kinds of
stovo repairs. Sled soles, '&c. 8td80.
Particular attention given to Ladies' and
Childrcns' Hair cutting at Louis Yiereck's.
BO pieces of Ltncaster Ginghams 8c.
at 1. W. Hartman & Sons'.
Fine Cabinet portraits only
$3. cloz. Life size Crayons only
$10.00. Viewing, copying and
enlarging. Instant process
Go to L Vicreck's Sliavlnrr and Hair cut
ting saloon. Twelve shaves for $1. Ow
All kb ds of coats down In price at I. W.
llnrtmau & Sons', especially the plush.
Tiik IIanpsomkst Lady is BLooMsnuno
remarked to a friend the other day that sho
knew Kemp's Balsam for the throat and
lungs was n superior remedy, as it stopped
her cough instantly when others had no ef
fect wha.cver. So to prove this and to
convince you of its merit, any druggist
will give you a sample bottle free. Largo
size, 60c. and 1.
QCKKN VIOTOlllA'S CKOWN.
Tbo ci own of Quceii Victoria consists of
diamonds, pearls, rubles, sapphires and
emeralds, set in silver and gold. Its gross
weight is SO oz. 5 dwt troy. Tho number
of diamonds aro 3,362; pearls, 273;
rubles, 0; sapphires, 17; emeralds, 11. It
is an old saying Uneasy lies tho head that
wears a crown. It Is uetter to wear tbe
crown of perfect health and peace of
mind through tbo curative effects of Per
rlno's Pure Barley MUt Whiskey. For
sale by O. B. Ilobblns, Bloomsburg,Pa.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby -u sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she u a Child, the cried for C itorla.
When she became Miss, the clung to.Cutori,
When the had Children, the strethem Ct-torta.
la the Court of common Pleas, Cor the countj ot
Columbia of February term, ltMi No.
Notice Is hereby given tlut an application will
Du made to the naldcourt on Saturday the Isth
dayot February nm, at to o'cloct a. in., under
the Act ot Assembly ot the Commonwealth ot
l"enn ylvanla, entitled "An Act to provide fur the
Incorporation and regulation ot certain corpora
tions" approved A.irll s, isn, and the supple
ments thereto for the charier of an Intended cor
iwratlon to be called, Lt-Klon of hi. Ignatius of
com, alia. To." the character and object whereof.
Is benenclal and lor tho advancement ot literature
and bck'uee. and for those purposes to have, uos-
esof the sa:
ei-aa auu i-uiuy uu lua riiun ueueuis anu urn llOK-
Act ol A&embly and Its suppie-
AOKKT roit TIIK
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manufaclruers of the celebrated Keystone p na
mltn. This explosive la nlvtns universal aatuiao
tton. quotations cheertully given, ilsaugem
AMTICl) Iiiimcilliitelv. I.imIIl-h
to work lor u wholesale ho ise on Needle
work at tbelr homes. (Sent uny distance),
(iood rtav uju be made. HTervthltitr fun
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