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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCEAT, BLOOMSBTJRG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Tan powder novcr v.iiloi A marvel ot purity
trcnith and wholeimeno. More economical
banthoordlnuy kin Is, ant c in not bo sold In
ompetitlon with thamultltulinr lowtnu, abort
weight alum or phosphate powdera. SoMoiw In
ooiu. Kotal LUkino l'ownsa Co., 106 Wall bt., N.Y.
ivrublished ovory Friday. Subscription price,
11.00 a year.
Entered at the Tost Offlco at Bloomaburg, ra
as second clans matter, March 1, lm
FltlDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1889.
coamcT sitLROiD Tim iimi.
Trains on tho P. S It. U. It. leave Itupcrt is
KORT1I. . SOUTH.
7:31 a. m. 11:0! a. m,
8:31 p. m. 6:23 p. m,
Tralnsonthe D.L. & V. It. It. leavo rjloomsburg
u follows I
7:13 a. m. 8:32 a. m.
10.5T a. m. 13:" P- m.
2:33 p. m. 4:15 P- in.
e:8 p.m. 8:4, p.m.
Tralnsnntbs K.&W.B. Hallway pass Bloom
Ferry as follows!
19:48 n. m. 1:37 P- m.
,! p. m. 4'30 p. m.
10:48 a m :39 P m
BLOOMSBUnO tL SULLIVAN IUIUtOAD',
Taking CffOCt MONDAY, SEPTEMBER t, WQ.
Ar. Ar. Ar. Lv. Lv.
STATIONS. f. M. A. II. A.U. A.M. T. M.
nioomsbnre.M 0 28 11 43 7 a 8 31 2 ai
Main street 18 11 41 c ss
Irondale o IB 11 39 8 ss
Paper Mill 6 08 11 31 6 48
Llghtstroet. e 05 11 ss 6 41
orangovtllo 6 57 it 20 n 35
Fork 5 45 11 10 6 53
jcaner 5 4J 11 W 0 SI
Stillwater....... 5 37 ll 03 6 i?
Benton. 6 28 10 55 6 m
Edsons, 5 23 1(1 50 0 07
Coles Creek, 6 20 10 45 6 05
Bugarloaf 5 15 lo 42 6 c
rjuitai-hiL 6 12 10 40 6 00
CcntratT. 6 OS 10 31 5 53
S 42 2 43
S 45 S 41
8 M 2 M
8 t6 2 50
9 05 3 07
9 15 3 17
9 21) 3 20
9 2 3 25
9 33 3 3-1
9 36 3 37
9 33 3 40
J 4J 3 41
9 47 3 41
9 57 3 58
5 00 10 20 5 60 10 00 4 00 8 0)
LV. LV. LV. Ar. JT. Ar
r. M. A. M. A. M. A. M. V. M. P. V.
For n lino of Bibles, cither largo or small
go tn Mercer's Drug and Book store. 1'rlco
35c to $13 00.
Jan. 10 Tlio salo of real cstato of 8am.
uel Nunrtcsser, deceased, In llcavcr Town,
ship will 1)0 on 10 of Jan. 1630, at 1. o'clock
II. W. N USUBSSER.
The administrator? of Anna CofTman
dee'd., W. E. and 1). H. CofTman offer at
private sale, n houso and lot on West Main
street Bloomaburg, l'a. the late rcsidenco
Foil Balk A desirable and commodious
residence on Main street, supplied with
water, gas and steam. Apply to
Jan20tf. h. N. Motirt.
Fob Baui A farm about a milo from
Afton, containing CO acres, all under culti
vation, with good buildings, with all this
year's crops, farming implements and stock
will be sold at private sale. For pnrtlcu
Urs inquire of J. S. Williams, Bloomsburg.
For Balk, CiiEAV-Good ns new. 57 inch
Victor Blcj clc. Inquire at this ""le?.
Miss Maud Kunyan and Miss Ella Fox
arc home for the holidays.
Wm. Hart and family of Bellcfonte were
In town last Friday.
Mrs. F. J. Bhrelbcr come cast last week
and will remain with her slater Mrs. W. H.
Tubb", until spring.
W. A. Marr, Esq.. tbo leading attorney
ot Ashland, is In Kansas this week on
Mrs. C. W. McKelvy attended the funeral
ot her brother-in-law, C. 0. Hagenbuch, at
Mahanoy City last Monday.
Conductor Frank McKelvy, spent a few
days In tbo coal regions rf Schuylkill Co.
last week, on business connected with the
Order of Railroad conductors.
Institute proceedings will appear la full
Tlio finest display of i-ukk home made
candy nt Phillips-
ABU blocks for the littlo ones at Mercer's.
No better Christmas present can bo mado
nor one that will bo more appreciated than
a fihaltuck Fountain IVn.
A scvero spell of sickness prevented Hcv.
A. It. Glaze from tilling Ins appointments
on last Babbalh. He is better, and expects
to bo on duty in a few days.
On to Truckenmillar'x. Catawlssa, for
your Christmas treo ornaments, dolls, toys,
trames and candles. Stock larger than
ever before. Prices lower. 12-13 3'
John P. IIIII, who has been clerk In the
Tarker Houso at Muncy for some time, is
n iw mimnrar nf lho Manor Rest Inn at
Jamison City. Air. Hlll.ls an experjenc
rA lintnl rmm nnil will mako a success
of the hotel at Jamison City.
Slumber nlllows, head rests, art goods
made un. and materials for making, dolls
toys, baby rpps and cloaks, and a full line
of fancy goods, suitable for uoiiuay gum,
nl ll,n Wnur Pflin HtflfP. IllOOUlSUUri!.
I tl ATorcnr lm lllil finest lot Of Cllt
crlaaii bottles ever brought to Blooms
linn nil lnr Bohemian baud
mado bottles are the oniy ones of this
kind ever brought heie. They are now on
xhtbition at the Drug and Book store.
In looking around for your holiday pres.
ents call and seo the musical Instruments
and sewing machines at B. F. Drelsbacli's,
Berwick. You could not do better than
make a selection from his stock for your
friend. It would be a handsome and use
Our assortment of napkins and toblo
linen is ouo of tho most complete in this
city. Napkins from $1.00 to 0 00 per doz.
Our regular $3.50 double damask size for
$2.75, and J sizo at 42.60 arc lho best goods
tor tho money ever offered In this city.
John Grctt of
iocrcaso of pension.
Hooks In sols elionn ( M,...t.
. 1" w.v.v d iruc
and Hook store.
Tlio worst feature about mtr.i. i. i.
dangerous tendency to r.nnanmmlnn.
Hood's Barsapsrllla cures rirti, i. .i.
fying tho blood.
Tax Notich.-NoIIco Is given that nil
taxes must bo paid by January 4th 1800 or
flvo per cent will bo added.
11. I). Mcllrldr,
Cnllcclor ot Hemlock township.
A decided changu in tlio weather occur.
red on Saturday. Snow began to fall In
tho morning and continued until lato In
tlio afternoon. It wan tho first time tho
ground ha9 been white In this locality
A nlco flno cut bottle. Rogers silver
Castor, only $3, opposite Central hotel.
Foil Kent. Tho room on the second
floor of the CobCMnuN Building, now oc
cupied by the Town Council, will bo va
cant April 1st, 1800. It Is a largo, light
room, steam heat, gas, and water on same
floor. Innuiro of Geo. E. Elwcll.
Tho Institute ha9 been well attended this
week, and tho proceedings have been very
Interesting. Out of 207 teachers In tho
county, but one U absent, and ho on ac
count of Illness. Tho evening lectures
have been well patronized, and highly en
Joyed. Full report next week.
Have you seen tho 5-A flvo mllo horse
blanket? If not, why not? If you have a
horse you need It. 12-0 8w.
If you want to see an clcg.int and com
plcte line of Christmas goods go to Mercer's
Drug and Book store.
Phillip's arc making up n lino lino of
pure lmnic-made mixtures for churches at
Christmas Cards at
II. Brooke & Co.
Jas. McMlchacl of Berwick runs tho
buss line between Berwick and Nescopeck.
Ho meets all trains between those two
points and conveys baggage. Connections
nro mado with tho Nescopeck branch, on
the early mornlnc tr tin north, tho 11
o'clock a. ra. and the 2:34 p. m.
It was the privilege of the writer to
spend a day in Ashhnd recently, and
while there wo had tho pleasure of meet
ing Mr. T. F. Barron, editor of tlio Ash-
and liceord. That piper is a well edited
weekly, snd tho office Is complete in its ap
pointments. Mr. Barron has our thanks
for courtesies extended.
If you want a blank bonk, cither largo
or small, day book, or ledger, go to Mer
cer's Drug and Book store.
Handsome editions of lho Englsh poets,
bainbooo, seal, morrocco and Russian
leather at W. H. Brooke Ss Co.
The following letters are held at Blooms.
burg, Pa., post-office, and will bi sent to
tho dead letter olllce, December 31, 1889.
B. M. Bell, Mrs. Kate O. Besson, Mrs.
John Ij'iubach, Mr. IUlph Walter, Mr.
Peisons calling for these letters please
say, they were adveilised Wee. u, issu.
One cent will be charged on each letter
A. 11, Catiioakt, L 31.
Geo E. Heed's lecttiro laH Friday wa
an Interesting discourse. Hit facts wcro
entertaining, and his manner ot murdering
tho King's English was unique.
All adult purchasers will bo presented
with a handsomo sachet cnvclopo contain.
Ing sachet powder at George P. Kinglet's
Druggist, North Main street, Bloomsburg,
UMimsi.t.AS fob CitmaiMAS. A rich and
artistic Holiday line, Bilk, Gloria and G ing.
ham. Handles curiously wrought In sliver
and gold, from $1.29 to $5.00. Our $1.49
and $1.75 umbrellas arc pure silk and wool,
and arc elegant for the money,
J, Harry James, Eq,, formerly of Con
trails, whero ho had a large practice which
made Mm a regular attendant at court for
many years, Is now residing nt Ashland,
where ho has many clients and Is part
owner of a bright newspaper, tho Ashlarul
For Balk Dwelling houses In Blooms
burg, Orangcville, E4py and Uupcrt Pa.
Firms in Pennsylvania, Kansas and Vir
ginia. Vacant lots In Bloomsburg. Store
properties, Grist mills and olhcr property
by M. P. Lutz, Insurance and Heal Eatato
Agent, Bloomaburg, Pa.
Full lines ot Prints, Musllnt, Utnghams,
Underwear, Flannels, Stockings. Look at
our full Ucgular mado all wool hose for
Men at 25c. nt Sloan's.
Last Thursday morning the I), h. & W.
II. K. Co laid a switch from their track
across Seventh street towards tho propos
ed site ot lho Electric Light Works, tear
ing up tho track of the Belt lino on Seventh
street, In order tj get across. This comos
from tho fight now pendlug over tho Elec
tric ordinance, and Its sudden repeal.
Picture frames and framed pictures at
Mercer's Drug and Book store.
For Balk. Hou9o and lot In Itupcrt,
lot 120 x 1 10 ft. Two story, doublo house,
with nine rooms. Bay windows, out
kitchen, ico nnd coal house, chicken aud
pig pen. Choice fruit, evergreen trees,
good water, Two railroads. Twelve trains
a day each way, to Bloomsburg, faro 8c
round trip. Low taxes. A great bargain,
if taken soon.
M. P. Lutz, Insurance & Heal Eat. Act.
A present for the old and a present for
tho young at Mercer's Uriij ana uook
Mrs. Wm. Erwii.e died at Brlarcrcek
last Wednesday evening at 5 o'clock fiom
a stroke of paralysis, ut tho ago of about
77 years For tho past twelve years sue
was a resident of Fnhingcreck township,
and at the time of her death was visiting
atlthe home of Josiih Blank in Brlarcrcek.
She was an aunt of Freeman Siller of Ber
wick. Funeral services were held 1-riday
morning, December 13:h, and interment in
the graveyard at the Btlck church in
Call at the New York Novelty store for
your Christmas goods. J. W. Mastellcr.
Good bargains In flue towels in all kinds
of borders. Our line of 35c., 35c. nnd 50c.
Goods are bargains at SI an's.
Tho people look forward with hopeful
relief at the approach ot tho closing of the
The littlo batch ot snow last Saturday
called out the "merry, merry sleigh bells."
If a rabbit, pheasant or any other game
animal escapc3 the hunters this year, wo
will attribute tho circumstances to Provi
Again, Higbcc, the general manager of
tho W. & W. Hallway is trying to raise an
other railroad breeze, but well, we
don't know what.
The people along tho Nob In Brlarcrcek
township seem to think the prospect for
coal oil is very brilliant. Quite a number
ot farms arc about to bo leased for boring
und mining purposes. Tho people of our
vicinity were once terribly excited over
the same thing, and it was often remarked
that coal oil would be cheaper than day
light, but as usual wo nil buy our coal o.l
by the quart and It is not very good at that.
The holiday season is again upon us ar.d
now is the lime to remember the destitute
with presents of a substantial nature. Tho
Columbian would be a haudsome resent
to some one.
Mrs. Wm. lpher has a cactus which has
150 posy buda. When in full bloom It will
present a beautiful appearance.
For a diary for 1890,'go to Mercer's Drug
and Book Store.
Babes of the year and Bibcs of the Na
tions Calendars were great favorites last
year, in new dress for 1890. Ask to see
Gents & Ladies Toiiet cases In both
ii,il, mid Leather at Mercer's Drug and
W. L. Fornwold has in his possession an
old relic found among some old papers of
the late Mrs. Sliipiuau. It 's that of the
Carrier's address of the Columbia County
Ilcelster for Christmas J810. Tho jilooiw
hum llenisUr was the first paper issued In
this town. It made its first appearance in
October 1820 j its sizo was;iOJ by !7 inches
and was published by James Delevan. In
Anrll 1838, Thomas Painter purchased the
paper and changed its name to tho (Hum-
kia OjutiIu Iitmer. lie c nunueu uiu puu
iip,.tinn until Anrll 1841, when it was
Look tor Christmas trto ornaments dis,
played in Phillips' window.
George William Curtis has written for
tho "Edito.'s Eoay Chai." of Haiu'eii's
Mn7ivK for Jauuary an enthusiastic
oniuiou upon "A Hazard of New For.
!,,,. u,v W. D. Howclls. Mr. Curtis
says that tho story is "what has been long
desired and often altempicu, uui never ue
fore achieved a novel of New York life
in ilin larirer sense." He continues : "Liko
llalzac. hero is a sweet and open and gen
erous mind, and a picture firm with clear
insight aud glowing with human sym
Tho largest stock of elegant holiday
goods ever opened in Calawlssa, now at
rruckenmlller's. Jj'ino stationers goous,
plush and leather tioods, albums, bibles
toilet fctJ, collar and culT sets, Jewel cases
work boxes. &c. Prices right. 13-13 w,
Sea our Hose Jars, Extracts and Sachets,
J. H, Mercer.
Elegant assortment fine Dress Goods and
fine Shawls. Fi-io new strlpo cloth for
25c, Just In at Sloan's.
Holiday Handkerchiefs. The fullest
assortment, all bright, smooth and clean
lyles, embroidered from 15c. to $1,25.
Also children's embroidered handkerchiefs,
Our handkerchiefs are all fast edge and
will not come off in washing, also full
assortment for Gcr.llemcn. Look at our
full size Gents' all puro linen hemstitched,
ono inch hem, wide borders, for lOo,
better goods than we sold nt 25c. a short
time ago. Itemembcr, every thread pure
linen. at II W. Bloan's,
Tho works of tho Jackson & Woodin
Manufacturing Co. aro crowded to their
utmost. In tho pipe making department
every available man Is used. Iu tho car
works they have ordcis for over ouo
thousand cars, of tho largo bix cars. In
tho smith department they have added
nearly ton thousand dollars worth of new
lluv vour silver thimble opposite Central
l.nlnl anil rit. tflPIll ft) craved free of
WUiUI, MUM t. ' '
Yna rlcara and beautiful mccrsonaum
ninnont Alpvnnder Bros, ifc Co's. will be
found very acceptable Christmas presents
For a nlco Line ot Christmas cards and
Booklets see J. II. Mercer's stock beforo
All tho now and popular games at
W, H. Brooko & Co'.
Diaries for 1890 aL
W. II. Brooke & Co.
To Our I. ally Ilcatlert,.
The Publishers of The Canadian Qcken
offer to send their elegaut pvblicatlon for
four months, free of postage, to each of
our readers forwarding hot address and
only twelve 2c. stamps in cover actual ex
i'ense. Every lady speaking to her friends
of this oiler and sending the names of ten
for It, will receive either a handsome (10
cabinet) Photograph Stalld, or Writing
This is ono of tho finest Illustrated ladles'
magazines on this Continent, and the pub
Ushers take this plan ot Introducing It to
tho women of the IT. 8. Tho presents are
elegant, being hand-painted and imported
from Germany. Five trial subscriptions
for $1.00. Bend for your frlend9 nnd you
receive the presents, bTATK which you dk.
SIRE AND MENTION THIS PAPER. BamplO
copies to your friend free. Send to-day
and address, The Canadian ijdeen, to'.
A DEFENSE OF THE PERSECUTED COUNTY OF-
F10IALS OPON WHOM UK MAS IIXEN VENT
1N11 1I1S BriTE.
ICdilort Colombian i
As tho lovo of rcDutatlon Is commcndablo
n publlo officers, so tho defense ot them In
this particular is tho business of every man
of honor nnd honesty. Wu should run on
such an occasion, as It a public building
wcto on tire, to their roller i ana an who
spread or publish sucli detestable pieces ns
traduco their merit should bo used liko Incendiaries.
It Is notorious that the restless ambition
and subtto machinations of tho proprietor
of lho Sentinel manifestly tend to foment
divisions In tho party which honored him
with his present scat in lho Legislature.
Liko n fallen woman, this foul ulcer upon
tbo body politic of tho county, this nows
paper scab, can concclvo of no other way
of diverting tho publlo attention from his
nefarious and dishonest acts of uiu past,
present and In contemplation, than by seek-
dc to drai: down to bis own level tbu repu
tation ot our present Register and Record
er, nnd Prothonotary.
When wu consider tho miio ot llltu, deg
radation and nastincss In which he has his
being) when wo recall how, In his past
political contests, ho has seduced and cor
rupted lho electors of lho county j while
the memory is fresh in our minds of tho
fact, that ho took tho oath of office la tho
face of tho sworn affidavits ot rcDUtablo
citizens that ho had used money In seeking
to scctiro votes by bribery, and then, ban
ishing every indication of shame, gloried in
his ignominy, wo aro not surprised that,
lost to nil sense of virtue, his foul and fes
tering tongue, dripping with gall and aqua
fortis, dictates the pen which seeks the
vilification ot such of tho public officers as
win not become his pliant tools, lo mo
credit of lho free electors of tho county, a9
a manifestation of tbelr belief in tbo honesty
of tho nrescnt Prothonotary, and Hcglster
nnd Recorder, ns well as a scathing rebuke
to, and condemnation of Krlckbaum nud
his methods, these gentlemen wcro noml-
ntcd and elected to their present offices in
tho face of his most bitter and malignant
Having thus set forth tho animus of the
creature-, we deslro briefly to rcfutoeomeof
the calumnies with which bo nils bis paper
and poisons the sweet wells of language.
or tbo moro ready Krasn ot tho under.
standing of tho readers ot this commun'ca
tlon we shall meet tho attack upon each ot
these officials separately, though the same
matter Is pertinent to both cases.
Through the elloris ot liucituaum last
December, a new man, U. Clarence Freas,
Ignorant of the duties ot his position, was
appointed Auditor ot tho accounts of tho
public officers. This was done contrary to
the custom which liaB prevailed In this
county for years past, of giving tho audit
twice in succession to tue same person,
thereby securing every second year, at
least somo ono who waa conversant with
the duties of tho appointment, Mr. Frcas,
being the creation of Krickbaum, was at
once moulded into suitable shape for the
purpose ot carrying out tho schemes ot
petty Bplte which continually revolves in
bis master's bead. Dominated uy ivncK
baum, tho new Auditor entered upon the
discharge of his duties with the assumption
that all his predecessors in the nuico uau
either discharged Its duties iguorantly or
dishonestly. Swollen with thu fancied im
portance of being proclaimed a reiormcr,
tho poison of which idea had been poured
into his atlcntlvo car by Krickbaum, ho
weiu to tho office of the Register and Re
corder, Mr. Charles H. Campbell. Here,
although it was his duly lo uo so, lie mane
no inquiry as to the expenses ot tho office,
but having finished his task to hl own sat
isfaction and in lino with tho suggestions
of his boss ho reported lo the Auditor Gen
eral, staling that the work of the office was
such that it could bo performed by one man;
that no deputy was needed, nnd that tho
sum of $250 was amply sufficient clerk biro.
The Incorrectness and injustice of such a
report mus tbo apparent to auy one convers
ant at all with the multiform duties which
Mr. Campbell, acting in tho two offices ns
Register and uccorder, is cauea upon lo
perform. During the term of tho prior in.
cumbent of these offices two, and at times,
three assistants were employed, and at no
time in tho history of lho county has mo
office been run without a deputy. In feet,
when by a visit of Mr. Campbell to Harri?
burg, tho matter was takon up by tho
Auditor ticncral, the State official at onco
set the report aside with tho following
nert uent remarKs: "uoes your uouri ap-
nolnt an Auditor to set the salaries of tho
employees of tho county officials? The
Auditor must lie an ass j uou'i uo Know
vou uro required by law to keep a deputy?"
Evidently neither his boss, a maker ot laws,
uor the Auditor, an attorney at iav, Knew
of the renulrcment. or else tho assinine
nature of their beings so predominated that
thev thorn-lit to override tho vcrv law itself.
Having so expressed himself, tho Auditor
uenerai directed air. uampuen, ami .nr.
Snveler who accompanied him, to return
home and prepare and sena 10 mm a buiiv.
ment of the fees aud expenses of their sov,
Bv tho Act of Assembly of 12th of June,
1878, tho Register of Wills is allowed $2.00
for advertising each arcount. This act
having been declared unconstitutional by
tlio Sunremo Court, the Act of 2d of April,
1808, page 10 of tho Pamphlet Lws, Is in
force, which gives to the Register for ad
vertising each account the sum m ijj.ou.
Fiuo photograph Albums, frames
scrolls at. , . ,
Y it urouHu Kt -u.
Ice cream at Phillips' through tho Holl-
C. C. Ilaccnbuch ol Mahauoy City, and
brother of Isaiah Hagenbuch of this town,
died at his homo Friday of last week, Do
cember ISlh, after Buttering over threo
vears with seiitllo and heart disease Ho
. . ,,..-. . IVI.nnM. .mintt
was bom in i.iguisinei, ,m,.i..o...m.j
A.,rii Q7ih 1A35. He eft I.lghtstreet in
160e uud established the drug business
Mahanoy City, which ho followed up to
the llmo of Ills death. Ho leaves a wife
and four children, three sons aud ouo
daughter. Mis. HaRcnbucu Is a daughter
of Dr. John Ramsey, and sister of Mta. O,
Blankets from $1.00 lo $14.00.
TIlO IICHt TCHtllUUIIIUl
yet published for any blood medicine is
ilio printed guarantee ot tho manufacturers
of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
which wan-onla that wonderful medlcino to
benefit or euro In all cases of those dl
seases for which It Is recommended, or
money paid for it will bo returned. It
cures all diseases arising from torpid liver
and Impure blood and their names aro
legion. Ai' Skin, Scajp and Scrofulous af,
fecttons, Eruptions, Sores and SwelllngSi
Salt-rheum, Tetter, Erysipelas and kindred
diseases, are among those In which lho
"Discovery" cllccled marvelous cures.
When everything elso fails, Dr. Sago's
Catarrh Remedy cures. 50 cents by drug.
Kolliluy i;xcurMliiii TIcUvtH on Ilie
Pursuant to lho usual policy of aiding
Its patrons In the interchange of social
visits during tho holidays, tho Pcnnsylva
nia Railroad Company will, this season
placo on salo at all Its ticket offices, excur,
slon tickets to be sold between the various
stations on tho system at tho rato ot tw
cents per mile in each direction,
Tho holiday excursion tickets will bo
sold from December 2lst, 18S9, to January
1st, 1890, Inclusive, valid for return until
January 4th, 1890, iucluslvo,
The arrangement, however, does not ap,
ply to the salo ot excursion tickets between
New York and Philadelphia, Baltimore
and Washington, In cither direction, nor
between any ono of tho above-named cities
and any other ot these mentioned.
To this fee, under tho law, amounting for
85 accounts to the sum ol aarj.ou, Jir.
Camnbell was locally entitled, as much so
as Air. JvrlcKbaum ever was 10 ins salary
a member of tho Legislature, rjir,
Camnbell while lu office has never been
sued for demanding excessive fees, while
the records of tho l'rothonotary's olllce
show that Mr. Krickbaum was )
After having sent in Ills statement .Mr.
Campbell wrote to the department that by
sneclal contract with the printer ho had In
fact only paid $1.00 per account, or $85 QO
in all. Upon this intcrmatlon the Auditor
General cut down the claim ot $212.50 to
$85 03. In this wo think that high official
was in error. An officer is entitled to all
the fee allows, ho must demand no more
and should receive no less. But whether
the Auditor General erred or not In cutting
down tho chargo for advertising, no Impn
tation can rest upon Mr, Campbell. Uo
made out his statement in accordance with
tho fee bill and sworo to It as a "correct
statement of the fees and expenses ot tho
olllco of Register of Wills,
&c." When Mr. K., in his article or Dec.
13th says, "tho affidavit was untrue," and
by innuendoes would lead tho public to
look unon Mr Campbell as a perjurer, he
but shows his lack of every sentiment of
honor and reveals himself In his true char
acter as a dlsclnle aud legitimate offspring
r Ananias. The cuargo oi vu, which was
allowed, was lho sum paid by Mr. Camp
11 to Geo W. BU'rner for his commission,
for which Mr. Campbell possessed receipts,
but which tho Auditor decided coiiid not
bo allowed under the head ot "lees and ex
penses." In this Mr. Campbell was honest
ly mistaken, as mauy others have been In
inauing up their accounts to ue passcu upon
by superior officers.
Bui not content with lying insinuations
of perjury, Mr. K., in thu samo nrtlclo
hows uia biaiuni, uiuer.ucarieu ueinugo -
ism, and cries out "It Is qulto enough to
beat thu State, but thu people should seu
that thu county Is protected." Wherein
lho couniy is lo uo injured uy mo ui i renu-
red to the Auditor Uenerai either by thu
Prothonotary or Register of ills wo fail
As the Auditor General allowed tho full
claim of W. II. Snyder, tho Prothonotary,
less thu costs of his commission 9UU.4U,
that of itself is a sufficient answer to tbo
attacks ot Mr, lv. through his sheet, and
conclusive proof of tho lujustlce dono Mr.
I lie question ot thu uianus, snui 10 uic
County Commissioners by tho l'rothono.
lary and itecoruer, is prominently urougiu
up n air. lv's arucio ot iNov. autu, auu
altera lot of twaddle covering two col
umns of tho "Sentiuel," which few p.'ople
will have tho patience to read, ho gives
sevvU icasons why tbo bills oi uieseoiuccrs
for tho blanks sold by them should not be
allowed. Let us examine some of these
reasons In their order, Mr. K, says "1st
Tho act li unconstitutional, lu that nn offl.
cer's compensation cannot bo raised or re
iluced during ins term oi oiucc. uus act
became a law on thu 25th of April, 1889,
and provides, "That from and after tho
oassagu oi tins aci, uic tiotinty uoinmis
sioncrs of the several counties of the Com.
monweallh shall, at tho proper cost ot tho
rtspcclivu counties, iiirnisu mo oinco lurni
ture, books and stationery required tor
each of tho county officers hereafter nam?
ed. whose offices am locitcd in the county
buildings at lho county seat, natnelyi Pro.
thonotary, Clerks of the suveral Courts,
Register uf Wills, Recorder ot Deeds,
Commissioners . and Treasurer; also, all
needed fuel and' light." This Is thu law of
tho State, and will remain so until repealed
bv somo subsequent legislature, or declared
unconstitutional by some competent tribu
nal. As Mr. K. Is neither tho Biinrcmo
Court nor learned In tho law, nnd ns ho has
so frequently manifested tho entire absence
nf tholart, or slx'li, sense which goes to
mako up a complete man, It Is to bo pre
sumed Hut the Commissioners felt safer In
acting upon lho ndvlco of their counsel,
learned In tho law, than upon that of n le
gislator whoso Ignoranco of tho law Is no
torious. Under this net, tho officers of Lc
high, Lancaster, Lycoming and other
counties liavn been treated In tho ssmn
manner by their Coinmlsloners n our of
ficials have by tho Commissioners of this
"2nd. Tlicso officials arc already compen
salcd largely In excess of what they could
earn at any legitimate business." if this is
so, tho remedy lies In an ct of Assembly,
nnd ns tho Hon (?) Mr, K. Is a member ot
that body, lie should at onco see t It. By
tho way, gauged by tho standard ho sets
up, what should Bill's compensation ns a
legislator be? This would bo hard to ar
rive at. since It Is so long since ho tins fol
lowed any "legitimate" business, or any
business 'legitimately." Tho fnrmfcrs.
who remember his voto In tho Interest of
tho railroads for tho rep al of tho fence
law, would like to know how big n plum
tho corporat'ons gave William. They
would also liko to know whether $1500 for
about four months attend nc at Harris,
burg, $50 tor stationery during that tlmo,
$100 for postage Bnd an additional sum for
mileage, isn't somewhat In excess of what
William can cam at any leglllmato calling?
Tho 3rd reason, viz: "The act does not
Intend tho old and worthless blanks on
hand should bo paid for," is without force,
as no such blanks were paid for. Tho
proof of this assertion nppears from the
very fact that tho commissioners after pur
chasing these blanks from tho Prothono
tary and Register and Recorder used them
to supply these officers under the law pass
ed. Tbo only question Is, were tho blanks
bought by the Commissioners at a fair fig
ure? They paid Mr. Campbell $20.1? for
blanks, and $10 25 for envelopes, Ink,
piper, Ssa , In all $43 03j this was Just 25
per cent, less than coat price. And they
paid Mr. Snyder $100 for blanks which coat
$t5t, or nearly 33 per cent, leas th.n cost.
Now tlicso were buslnrsa transactions; ths
Commissioners wcro not compelled to buy of
theso officers, but it Is to bo presumed that,
having tbo best interests ot tho county nt
heart, they made Inquiry aud found that
they could not go to n better market. It
la much to be regretted that Mr. K., who
thought ho held thu Board of County Cora
mlssloncrs In leading strings, should thus
loso a fat printing job; but, bo honest Will
lam, and own that you have often of lalo
realized that "the be9t laid plans of mlco
and men aft gang nglec." "Hub Rosa"
William, thcro are men in tho printing
craft who would not hesitate to call you a
"4th, They havo already mado their
claim on tho State for their blanks bought,
and were allowed tho full amount." This
la a direct lie, and tho wayfaring man
though a fooi need not bo deceived therein.
A moment's thought will show him that
tho Prothonotary and Register and Record
er wcro simply allowed bv tho State for
their blanks of last year, as only tho ac
counts for that year were, passed upon.
The blanks, &c, sold to the Commission
era were tho purchase of tho present year
and will not appear in mo seiucmeui oi
tho nccounts of this year ns a claim on tho
Slate. Tho expense of blanks, &C, under
tho lato net being placed upon tho com
mlssloncrs, will censo to bean Item of ex
penso In tho accounts of the other officials
of the court house. Just nt this point, to
correct an erroneous Impression which
may havo fastened upon somo minds from
reading Mr. K's article, wo desire to in
form the readers ot this communication,
that instead of not having paid any tax to
tho State, Mr. Snyder, the Prothonotary,
paid upon writs tho sum of $202.11, and
ilr. Campbell, tbu Kcgisicr anu necoruer,
tho sum of $475.80.
The balance of the reasons urged by Mr.
K. being a tissue of transparent falsehood,
call for no attention.
To give an idea of lho valuo of tho
blanks in these offices, wo hero inform our
readers when Mr. Snyder succeeded Mr. K.
aa Prothonotary ho paid him tho sum of
SSa.Dl lor lho D.auKs ue leu, anil Dir.
Campbell paid hli predecessor, Mr. Sterner,
taa lor blanm leu uy nun. it is tair to pre
sume, that both Jlr. lv. and air. ., Know
ing their terms of offlco v ould expire soon,
purchased no moro blanks than wcro nb.
solutely needed during the last six months
lliey Held olllce. iMOt only uavo tue i-ruiu-onotarv
and Register and Recorder acted
fairly in this matter ot blanks, &c, but
they have noi even laid ciaim 10 uiai iu
which thev are legally entitled. It will bo
seen that they havo been furnishing their
own blanks up to tho 23rd of August,
whereas thev were entitled to them from
tho Commissioners from the date of lho ap
proval of the act. tho 25lh of April, or a
ncriod of four months: i. e. tno samo
length of tlmo for which Jlr. K draws
$150 from the Statu for stationery and post
We havo several rods in picnic lor uic
Hon. (?) K., but as our communication has
already crown lengthy we shall hold them
1 n i reserve. From thorough acquaintance
with Mr. Campbell and air. Snyder we
feel confident that our nssertlon that they
are gentlemen, both in nnd out of ouicc,
will bo p.ndnracd bv nil rlghl-mlndcd clti-
Z2ns. They aro men of correct moral and
domestic habits, nav their honest bills and
never seek to cheat llielr employees or the
workingman of bia wages. They don't
steal bouds, alter records or dlscouut sheep
orders. They don't get drunk, and they
never turn their places of business into
Adieu for the prc90bt, William, you may
hear from ua later on we got across some
of yout tracks in Hbg, in llbg til ;
uec. iu, ico'j. -v
A gold headed umbrella was lost out ot n
buggy on Sunday morning last, bctwucn
Bt. Ignatius' church and tho "Shanties."
The finder wilt confer a favor by leaving it
nt Curry's hotel.
Hon, C. O. Murphy Is rapidly Improving
n health, Ho Is able to bo up, nnd looks
liko himself again though still rnthcr pale.
After ho fully recovers from his recent at
tack ho hopes to bo In better health then ho
has been for several years. Ills many
friends all over the county will rcjolco to
Tho announcement of tho sulculo of
Franklin B. Gowon astounded everybody
In Hits section. He wns well known nnd
highly respected all through tho coal
J. J, Latighlln, tho agent of tho Lehigh
Valley R. R at this place, Is filling his post
Ml th entire satisfaction. Ho had several
years cxpcrlenco ns assistant to tho lato U
Miss Magglo Moran, who Is attending tho
Isornnl Bchool nt Bloomsburg, will spend
her holiday vacation at home.
Mantis McBrcarty Is tho owner of a nice
cane that was recently brought from Ireland.
Tho bins of nurrlngo of Harry Gillespie
and Miss Elizabeth Foarty wcro announc
ed In St. Ignatius' church by father Kenne
dy, on Sunday last. Tho wedding will take
piaco within two weeks.
A sixteen year old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Cauly died on Sunday evening.
She had been sick for n long time.
James McBrcarty surrendered possession
ot hU. hotel to Harry Kelly on Saturday
night. Mr. McBrcarty and family havo
moved to Ashland whero ho has taken a
position as agent forYuengling beer at that
James Hellly has purchased the iergu-
son property on Locust Avenue, and will
talto possession soon. Mulaskl tho present
occupant willjmovo to Morrison's building.
Rjbcrtlrvln baa accepted a position
with a wholesale house in Philadelphia,
and has left Irvln Bros.
iVmong tho candidates spoken of for of
flco of Poor Director aro James Thompson
nnd Seth Thomas, on tho republican side.
They will contest for tho nomlnnllon.
There aro a largo number of aspirants on
the democratic side.
Thomas Curry Is taking his second year's
course nt Jefferson Medical College and
will graduate in March. He stands ve.y
high in his class
Wo claim we havo tho best lino of cheap
books in Columbia Couniy. Tho best
paper, Best Bound and Prettiest books.
Price 25 cents at Mercer's Drug and Book
Oif book of every description to suit
all ngei tad tastes at W. II. Brooko & Co.
many white soaps,
represented to be
"just as good as the Ivory."
They are not,
insist upon having it.
'Tis sold everywhere.
Send 40e, 00c, 80c, or $1.00 for a superb
box of lino candies, prepaid. 0 boxes nf
any ono kind, to ouo address, for tho price
of 5. Sultablo for presents.
Something new I Just grand I McKln
ty chips, G lbs. for $1.25 prepaid.
Bunday Schools Intending to treat their
scholars will do well by sending tho name
nnd address of Supt.
John Jacobs, Confectioner,
134 Mill Bt., Danville, Pa.
For tho holiday trado William Webb
offers a Quo lino of Meerschaum pipes
cigar holders, cigars, nnd nil kinds of
smoker's supplies. Fresh confectionery al
ways on hand. Main street, next to Gil
Philadelphia, .Monday, Dec. 16, 1SS9.
Store open evenings until
This is the time when fifteen
acres of floor space counts for
your comfort. The ample room
allows you to buy here, even in
Christmas time, with compara
AilvprlUlnfT nrmtpnt mnillp.lnn in tlin nn
" 1 t.
cullar way in which the proprietor of WC nave enOUgll invested
Kemp's Balsam for Coughs and Colds does
is indeed wonderful, lie authorizes all
druggists to give those who call for it a
sample bottlo Free, that they may try it
before purchasing. Tho Largo Bottles arc
50c and $1.00. Wo certa'nly would advise
a trial. It may save you from consumption.
Our own record in Men's
Handkerchiefs is beaten. Hem
stitched, size plain white, I
and 2 inch hem, go from $6 to
$3 the doz, Handkerchiefs !
them to start a bank. There is
a big run on our Handkerchief
Bank the kind we like. The
stock is boundless and the prices
make a scramble for shares.
Here are eleven long coun
ters, and something especially
price-interesting at every one.
NOW OPEN AT
Full nnd complete lines of
nil kinds, suitable- for Chistmas
Gifts for both old nnd young,
call nnd see.
Chinn, books of nil kinds. Seo
our 2oc. books ; albums, Roger's
groups, plush work boxes, col
lar and cuff boxes, toilet sets,
shaving sets, wliisp holders, pic
tures, lnnips. Seo our $2.00
lamp. Eurs of all kinds, muffs,
stoics, boas, etc., silk mufllers.
The largest nnd cheapest line of
Handkerchiefs in the county,
Black lace scarfs and Fishues,
Kid gloves, Mittens, Silverwitrc,
Silk and Gloria umbrellas, large
lines Jewelry, Pocket-books, ci
gar cases, chatelaine bags, per
fumery, hand bags, large lines
of Dress Goods of all kiuds for
good usoful present, coats of nil
kinds. A nice plush coat,
wrap or jacket would make a
handsome present, wo havo
them. Shawls of all kinds, fine
skirts for presents, towel racks,
fine towels, table linens, napkins,
counterpanes, silk mufllers &c
lor useful gifts. Blankets and
Handkerchiefs of all kinds,
largest and cheapest lines shown.
See our special embroidered
haudkerchiefs at 28c, large lines
of white aprons. We invite all
to call and see our display of "
fancy goodc, dress goods, notions,
shawlsand coats for presents.
II. J. CLARK & SON,
To.MlKtit ,nml To-sxorrow MIrUt
I r T : r-v i.
And each day aud night during this Lijaruiiciit
week you can get at all druggists' Kemp's
Balaam for tho Throat and Lungs, acknow
ledged to bo lho most successful remedy
ever sold for tho cure of Coughs, Croup,
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Aithma and
Consumption. Got a bottlo to-day and
keep It always In tho house, so you can
check your cold at once. Prico 50c and
$1.00. Sample bottles freo.
Consumption Surely Cured.
To tub Editor Pleaso Inform your
readers that I have a positlvo remedy for
the above named disease, liy us timely
use thousands of hopolcis cases havo been
permanently cured. I shall bo glad to
send two bottles of my remedy free to any
of your readers who have consumption if
they send mo their cxpre33 and post offlco
address. Respectfully T. A. SLOUUM
M.C. 181 Pcarl'St., New York.
Nov. 22-11 w.
PHILLIP'S DQMBSTIC BAKBRY.
Our great stock of fine Xmas
cand:es does not dwarf our
bead and cake interests.
We always keep our store
well stocked with a fine line of
cakes. It is especially so now,
naming a few, we have Cream
puffs, Half-moons, Macaroons,
1 Women's Handkerchiefs.
All kinds In full assortment. Tho sporlal
bargain here Is an Initialed Handkerchief
S Women's Handkerchiefs.
Tlio special birgaln here Is a very flno
Scalloped and Embroidered Handkerchief
at Ji.w from f2.no.
3 All kinds of bilk Handkerchiefs and silk
Jlumere The special bargain : A Japan
eao Mlk Muffler weighing 1 ounces at 51K.
from $l ; and plain white Jap Handker
chiefs at3"o from U)i.
4 Men's Initialed Handkerchiefs. Tho leader
a 2W Handkerchief worth tho money wltb-
UUb eilU 1UIU41.
5 Jloa'B Plain White Handkerchiefs, hem-
stltchM and hemmed. Tho special bargain
tl W a dozen or ll. V5 halt doien (In boxes)
that compare with any n a dozen goods
you know of.
6 Plaln White Handkerchiefs, with printed
borders. Tho special bargain an extra
quality at il)fc.
At Chestnut street side ;
7 Silk Handkerchiefs, all kinds and qualities.
The special bargain a Brocaded Slfk at 50c
8 Women's embroidered, scalloped, diced,
Erlnted, hemailtcred, separately and com.
lned. Tho special bargain a Hemstitched
and Embroidered Initial at 23c.
9 Saino as s. Tho special bargain being a
l'laln White Hemstitched, K-lnch hem, at
li a iioicn.
10 Men's Handkerchiefs. Finest In Silk or la
Unen from London and l'arls.
At Market street side :
11 Men's Handkerchiefs ot all soi ts from 12.VC
to the nnest, wo have. Tho Bpoctal thing Is
a Printed Hem-stitched, pure Unen of course,
We doubt if there's ever been
such another Handkerchief
Ynii nan rrM nil,,, ma ,f nit ,1 nn.rl nl I rna nf
thn NB7 "Vnrk Nnvnllv atnrn
Wedding invitations in great variety at
the Columbian office. Three new fonts of
elegant script just received.
Call and sec samples. tf.
Gents' scarf ties of all styles, from 15
cents up, at tho New York Novelty store.
ailli AT BARGAINS.
C. 0. Marr will sell Dry goods at cost
forecast, becauso of his desiro to sell out
eutirely, on account of ill health.
It pays everybody
York Novelty storo
to call at tho New
to sec tho Holiday
Call and examine tho bankrupt slock of
millinery at Mrs. Marsh's old stand. Trim
mcd hats at $2.48. Stock must be closed
by Jan. 1st.
Old Process Flour $4.50 per barrel very
i ull Roller Flour very flno quality.
All kinds of chop.
Choice Bran, Fresh ground.
500 Bus. Old Corn.
10J Bus. Choico White Oats Clean
bright and hcavcy not stained nor musty
goou ior eecu,
nl Aqueduct Mill Rupert.
A pack of visiting cards Is always an ac-
cptablc gift to a lady. Order now at tho
Columuian offlco for Christmas presents.
A jiiHtlcc ofllic I'eaee SajH.
Hon. John Nealey, justlco of tho placo
and cx-mcmber of tho Houso of Rcprosen
tatives from Meredith, N. II., was for
twelve years a terrible sullcrcr with rheu
matism, ue says: i cannot obtain anv
Tho Japanesi department iu Truckcn
ni liter's store, Catawlasa, is filled with
lovely goods from tho Orient. Vases, Ice
cream and fruit sets, creams, sugars, BPinu iocoanut ana rtimoiiu juniDies, QnQ hundred and twelve birr
howl, nnlnotirrl birs. cranker lira, teanots I T rl.. T).,rwl omI T?.-,,,f- 1 o
after coffees and hundreds of e.eg'ant "and ,.1 '"'O..' ' -I PageS! P1VE CENTS t0 ad
Book News for December
tells you of nearly flVC hundred mcdiclno which does mo so much good as
holiday books, aiicf shows you 'our Sulphur Blttors, and 1 think it h tho
about sixty pictures from them
best medicine made.
The universal testimonial of all who
have uacd Dr. Sbattuck's Uelianthus Is
that It Is an cscUlcnt cough remedy, re
lieving coughs and colda, promptly with
ont any ill effect. Try it.
You can buy a good watch small or
large sizo for four dollars aud warranted,
at L. Bernhardt, opposite Central hotel.
Glovo and Handkerchief Boxes, Collar &
Cull Boxes, Toilet Cases, Smoker's sets, Ink
stands, Oder sets, Thermometers, Looking,
glasses, Manicure sets, wliisp holders,
faucy letter paper, work boxes, games, lap
tables, writing desks, fancy clocks, shav
ing sets and numerous other articles calcu.
latcd to make both old and young happy
at Mercer's Drug anl Book store.
cakes. Our common cake
boxes nre always well stocked,
We need not tell you that 1.1
bread we take the lead. We
never foUow-in anything new
We make over fifteen styles at
present and are changing
To committees looking
Amas candies to give
scholars, we would say
examine our goods.
One thing we know it is vurk.
Stonb Quarries Best quality of heavy
or light stono for salo by B. F. Sharpless.
In the name of Jack Frost,
Blankets! If we could only
tell a'l we know about Blank
ets it would be good readintr.
One thing we do know
and don't fear to say, is: that
you'll get more good wool and
generous size in the Blankets
now here at $5 the pair than
you can find elsewhere. 75XS6
inches, 6J pounds that's all
we claim, but manv are 7
PUaiQTRflAQ HICTQ pounds. Maybe that is the
UlGlilW I kilrirJ Ull I sJ. wpWh; ,W11 rnnH,, Pnr
k3" J , .
and fine Blankets up to the
choicest. Good Blankets of
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When B&by waa nick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried tor Caftorta,
When she became Miss, she clung to CajttoriA,
When she had Children, Bhe gave them Chatorla.
IHiln't Waul 11 Girl.
Last summer my wife's health was all
run down, and sho wnnted me to biro a
girl to do thu work. In a little while I
found onu I thought would suit her, when
to my surprise she said I need not hire
auyone, as she felt much better, and
thought another bottlo of Sulphur Bitters
Gilmore's Toy Ilizar Is now revly fo
the holidays. The store room on the first
iloor is! filled with toys and candy. Up,
stairs arc four largo rooms devoted exclus
ively to toys of cycry description. If your
littlo boy is to receive a visit from Bauta
Claus, go to Gilmoro's and get a sled, a
rocking horse, a train of cars, a wagon, a
game, a gun. a desks If your littlo girl la to
be favored, you will find dolls of all sizes,
colors and prices, dressed and undressed,
slci'plug dolls aud (peaking dolls, and
nbove ull the wonderful Fieneh lllrtlog
doll, that looks through her glasses, turus
her head, fans herself to musio that comes
from within tho pedestal on which sho
stands. There are also cradles, baby
wagons, furniture, dishes, and a thousand
articles from which to select, for boys or
girls, Call early before the rush begins,
and while the assortment Is full, U-29-5W,
In no other field is there so
wide and varied an assortment to
select from, iw in the book
trade. Every phaso and condi
tion of life is written up in load
able shape. Hero are books lor
even mean cotton at si a
pair, There are meaner things
than cotton Blankets but not
A rrnnd Hnliflnv
2 Kravo , .J v
inul the good, the plain and' flu, V 1 n 'L,
I w niis Mnn r. tnn Rnonlr Ihn "l""' . s"
would cure her. Donald Guet, 41 Wor-
cenerous size at U and -s.6t:. cester sijuarc, Boston. 12-0-2W.
the old and young, the
"common mind." They aro al
ways in good form to ui?y per
son on any occasion; hence they
are always acceptable presents
gift for a
at $5 to
at $1.75 to
The exodus of Dolls goes
1 .!.. r. t ii r
We have taken especial caro "ra U,V. uu,' 1
.... : ..si trash in Dolls elsewhere, not
ItrunUeiiuvHM Liquor Ilulilt In
nil tliu win ui ineru in mil one
curu lir. IlnlueM' (Soltleii Hpuclflc
It can bo given in a cup of tea or coffco
without tho kuowledgo of tho person tawing
It, etlectlug a speedy and permanent cure,
whether tho patient Is a rnoderato drinker
or an alcoholio wreck Thousands of
drunkards havo been cured who havo takeu
tho Golden Specific; In their coffco without
their knowledge, und to-day believe they
quit drinking of their own 'reo will. No
harmful effect results from Its udmtmstra-
tlon. Cures guaranteed. Eend for clrculur
and full particulars. Addrcso lu conddenco
Golden Bruoivio Co,, 18) Raco Btrcct,
Cincinnati ,0. 10-23ly
in the selection of our juveniles
and books for tho yourg.
Wo have avoided buying ai?y
tlii"g but good, who'esotiio
books for boys and girls.
W o havo a'so a comp'elo line
the standanl authors ad
poets ilistrited, by tho volumes
ii"d sets. Fine calendars, gill
boo':s, photograph albums, and
A complete lipo 01 now ami
popular game5!, as well tib tho
Conio and look over our lino
nnd compare quality and prices.
i i. mm i to.
here. You may buy them dress
ed from 40 cents to $1.25. The
40 cent ones are 1 1 inches tall,
same, better dressed, 50 cents ;
14J4 inches, $1:17 inches, $2 ;
)l4 inches, $3:22 inches, $5,
and so on, according to size and
If you wish to be your own
doll-dress-maker a large stock
awaits you undressed. Double
Good men for traveling and local agents
to whom wc will pay good commissions In
casho ach week to take orders for our In
proied i''ura Setdt. Pure Xorthern Grown
6fi i'ofufoes a bpectatty. Wrlto for terms to
iAUlarc cs Jianmug,
Lock Box 7,
12-0 4t Brighton, N. Y
Uxiicrlcuct! ol n l.iuly MlHHluuury.
Miss Emcllno C. Hnnua, missionary tor
1st Baptist Church, Troy, N. Y., sayBs "I
am glad ti stato that Dr. David Kennedy's
Favorite Remedy, ot Rondout, N. Y,,
cured 1110 ot Catarrh ot tho Bladder, Kid.
ney tioublo nnd Constipation, 1 would
add that I always used the Fuvorlto Re
medy with the consent ol my physician.
uwiuia yuu unui cabcu, UUIIU1UI i
jointed body, bisque head, glass en arSing
eyes, tlaxen hair, 15 inches, 40
cents; lS inches, 75 cents;
finer, 1 5 inches, 50 cents, and 1 7
inches, $1. Other sizes and
grades up to $15.
Fino Cabinet portraits only
$3. doz. Lifo size Crayons only
$10.00. Viewinc, copying and
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PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
tfiT Office oer Mover Bros. Drug Store
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