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llLOOMSlltJltO. COLUMBIA COUNTY. tK .
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TIM Jobbing Department ot tlio Columbian Ii vcrv
complete, mid our. Job lTlntlm? will comparo favora
bly with that nt tho law cities. All work dono on
demand, neat ly and nt moderate prices.
Two indies, s.ro tiji
Throo Inches 4.1W 4.!
.Four Inches 5.00 7.00
louartcrmlumn.... .no Kfa
Half column.., io.no le.oo
Onn column 80.00 .f"
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Insertions, and ftt that rato for additional Imertlons
J. K. BITTENBENDEH. r Preprlowrn.
BLOOMSBUUG, PA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1881.
without reference to lcnztll.
1 Executor's, Administrator's, and Auditors nocs
1 ..,.,,..,.-.ma.,., thm, dollars. Must bo paid for when Inserted.
. Transient or local nonces, rcn cui i unu,
TUB COMJMIUAN, VOL. XV, NO. 32 "V,m n Directory" column, nno
OOMIMUfA DKMOOItAT. VOL.XI.VI, NO. .3 UJkZkW
1 U, UHOgiCNVAY; "
ATTO UN E Y-AT-L A W,
CotCHtilAN IioitDtMi, Bloomsburg, r.
Member of tho United states ,aw Association.
Collection, mado in any part ot Amorlca or Kuropo.
jr E. WALL. Kit, " "
Otcco, second door from 1st National Bank,
dollar per year for each lino.
Offlco in Knt's tlcttniNu.
U & W.J.BUOKALEW,
offlco on Main Street, first door bolow courtllouse
ATTORN K Y-AT-L AW,
Onlco over Scluiylcr'n Hardware Store.
K, It. LITTI.S. ROS'T. H, I.tTTtJ
-PI II. it K. K. LITTLE,
Offlco In Browcr'sbulldlnK, second floor, room No.
omrocornorot Centra and Main mroota, Clark's
Can bo consulted in Qormnn.
W. R. TUBBS, PROPRIETOR
Torero and Convenient. Hntnnln rnntna Tlntli vntvitt
hot and cold water, nnd nil modorn conveniences'.
B. F7 shabpless,
Cor. Centro and Hall ltoad Sts., near L. A 1). Depot.
Lowest Prices will not bo tindereold.
Manufacturer ot MINK CAIl WHKKLB, Coal Break
or and Bridge Castings, Water l'lpcs, Stoves, Tin
ware, Blows, 1110N VENCTC, and ntl kinds ot Iron nnd
Tho crlRlnal Montrose, Iron beam, right hand
left hand, nnd Bldo hill Blows, tho best In tho mark,
et, nnd all klnd3 of plow rcpatrs.
Cook Stoves, Boom Stoves, nnd Stoves for heating
stores, ichool houses, churches, fte. Also tho larg
est stock of repairs for city stoves, wholcsalo nnd
retail, such as Tiro Brlck.flratcs, Cross Dicers, Lids
c. be., Stovo l'lpo, cook Boilers, Rklliita, caku
I'lates, largo Iron Kettles, (20 gallons to l,v barrel)
Farm BclH Sled Soles, Wagon Boxes,
"AUontown Bono Manuro"
BLASTKl!, SALT, iC, 0.
Jan 8, 'so-iy
PLUMBING, GAS PITTING,
STOVES and TINWARE.
DEL 33. BEOWEE
Has burcliasfd tho Stork and linslnnssnf T. Hairen.
buchpiuul Is now ptrruivd to do nil kinds of work
In his lino, l'lumllng nui Cos Fitting nspeclalty.
1 EO. E. ELWELL,
A T TO R N E Y-A T-L A W,
CotfHiiiAN Boildinu, Bloomsburg, l'n.
Member of tho United States Law Association.
Collections mado In any part of America or Europo
, 8 W1NTKK8TKEK.
KNORR & WINTERSTEEN,
Ofllco in llartman's Block, Corner Main and Mar
ket streets, Bloomsburg, Da.
fSyVvntoH.' ami Jlounlkn Collected.
,VUL E. WIRT,
omen In Browcr's Block, one door below Columbian
Nouratgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of iho Chost, Gout,
Quinsy, Soro Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Foot
and Ears, and all other Pains
No Preparation on enrtfi equali Pt. JArom Oil as
a fl.i,'.wi.re, Aftitiffomid rit'.ii.l-'xturnulltetneily.
A trial entails but tho comparatively trilling outlay
of 00 VntN, nnd every one cullcrlng vtth palu
can havo cheap and jiojlilvo proof of 1U clumu.
Directions lu Elovcn IjinguaKes.
BOLD BY ALL DKUQOISTO AND DEALEES IN
A.VOGE1ER, & CO.,
liiMlmnre, Mit., V. H.A.
SOSU W I'liHNTY.
1 como Willi tho l.unMilrn', I lurk In tho shadow,
1 como with thoHoft falling rain,
I nurturo Iho rlclincs of upland and moadowi
1 nourish nnd ripen tho grain.
Tlio South wind's my henchman, tlio bluo sky's rny
And earth 1, tho darling I love;
At noontldo I watt scented breezes to fan her,
And 1 brood her nt night like n dovo.
Bright hopo In tho sprlngtlmo, with blossoms 1
Tho summer with roses 1 crown;
Andtu autumn glvo cheer, that tho poor may not
When tlio suow clouds of w Inter sweep down.
In vineyard nnd cornfield w 1th w clcotno I'm greeted,
Whcro Jojous nio laughter unit song;
And Leans warm and thanklul, for blessings re
pented, Soft v e3purs at nightfall prolong.
1 lova to glvo moru thaii tho reapers can gather,
When harvest tlmo gladdens tho land;
That thu rich may umcinbcr when thanking "our
To lcavo for tlio poor gleaner's band.
I Joy In Iho lulncss ot orchard and garden,
with fruit hnnglDg rlpo In tho air;
So spreading my bounty that uo heart may harden,
And nonobolett out, of my care.
In n great variety. All work done by
Main Street corner ot Ea3t.
C. F. HARDER,
onlco In II.. I. Clark's Building, second Moor, over
Hodman's Hour nnd toed store.
Oct. 8, '60.
ATTO R N EY-AT- L A W
JUSTICE OK THE PEACE.
Ofllco in Mrs. Ent'u Building, third door from Main
street. May w, si.
Attor n oy -a tl iii.v ,
.Tnckeon Riiildiiifi, Ptooms -1 ami ,
May (I, W. lir.ltWiOU'.l'A.
PAINT, OIL AND VARNISHES,.
DOORS, SASH, BLIPS, BRACKETS
Lumber of all kinds for sale as cheap
as tho cheapest for cash or
may o 6- m
M. L. EYERLY,
Cataw lean, l'n.
cnllcctlens promptly mado md remlttml. nmcn
oupitoirc C.ur.wHPa l).;poslt Bank. lUll .
TST II. RUAWN,
A T TOR N E Y-AT-L A W ,
onicc, corner ot Third and Main t;tief ts.
N. S. TINGLEY.
Announces to tho public that ho Is prepaied to do
promptly nnd at reasonable prices. Kow Is tho sea
son for a
NEW SPUING SUIT-
And Tlngley's tho rlaco to get a proper lit.
simp over Blilmuycr's (liocery, Corner ot Main and
C- 33. SAVAGE,
Silverware. Watches, Jewelry. Cloeks.&c
At this season, varioua discosca of tho
liowvls arc prevnlcnt, and many lives are
foil through lack of knowledge of a safo
and sure remedy. 1'imuY Davis' Pain
Kilm:ii is a sure cure for Diarrhtea, Djra
c ntory, CItolora, Cholera Morbus, Summer
Complaint, etc., and is perfectly safe
Head the following:
iJAtNiminon, N. Y., March 22, 1R81.
l'miiT DavihTmn Kii.t.eu titter jail toafonl
imtuut TtUtf for cramp ami imin In tlio ptomnclu
NlCUOLVlLLE, N. Y.. 1'tb. 2,
Tho i try bat mediclno I kuow of for dyncntirr,
chnlt-ra morbiH.aiul cr sniya in tho Btomach. JUo
usul It for ywiB, uud It U ur cure ovcry tlmo.
JULIU3 W. DER.
Motnoon K, Iowa, Rlarch 12, iwl.
I havo uwvl -our 1'ain Kiliaii in novero canoa of
cramp, colic.ua Jcholetamorbua.and it KoalmoBt
liiKta ut relief. L E. (Jaluwell.
OAnNES1Li.E, Oa., Feb. Ert,
Tor twenty yearn I lumi uwoil your Tain Killkh
In my f.imll. I lu o ilsoJ it many tlmoa for bowel
eomiiUlnln, and it ntitaw cnrt. Y ould not feel safo
itlivut a botUo ia tho hou"o. J. U. Ivik.
K ico. Me., Jan. 23, 11.
I Ift 0 llt 1 l'EHUY I) l VIS 1'AIN KlLLLH for tWOh 0
jvarrf. It is taje. urt. - reliable. Ho mother
bhoultt allow it to bo out of tho family.
U. I. Nateb.
Oneids K. Y.,l'cb. lit, nvi.
Wo bewan nslivr it awr thirty ycnr iiko, ami it
always pntirtiminixliatn relief. Vvoulil hardly ilaro
to ko to bed without a b-jttlu in tlio Iiouho.
W. O. Srr,nnY.
CoNWAvnnnn, 8. Cl'tb. 22, 1H81.
Koarly ovcry Luniiy in this section kciw a Ifottlo
in tlio hoiinu. irn. 11. MoirroN.
U. M. COSPIILAIK,
Chefei KiicstsH TiivShiA Fob. P, lJil.
I havo known I'KKKYlKviR' J'ainKiujih almost
from tlio day it wjh introduo.U,and atttr jenra of
observation end o I mrard Us l'l-Cfcnco in my
hOlUChuld Uti an itidUyettwhle. necetnty.
I H r-irrtn. If. H. ConnuL
I lnd been rovcral d:ijH HiiibTinir wocrfly Irom
(llarrJid'a, iiccoiimaniott ,itli InU'iirfo iuUi, wiiou I
tried yourl'AiN KlLLMi.uud louiul nlmrM-t iiwUut
ltlhf. II. J. NtONC
21 MonTAann Pt..Lonion, J'ko.
Purinya tw Muidiof tw( nty-tiu-eo earn lu Imiia,
I liaro it in maiiv ran-M of tiiarrhfiw. iIjtcii.
tcry, and cholera, and never Lnew it to Jail to imu
rdla, 11. CLAJtUHJK.
No family can safely 1)0 without this
invaluable remedy. Ita price brings it
within the reach of all.
For sale by all druggists at 25c, 50c
and $1.00 tier bottle.
1'EUltY IUVIS & SOX, Proprietors,
Providence, 1L 1.
MRS. LYDIA E. PIMA&fi.
OF LYNN, MASS.
liABY ISOIIOLINK'S CKADIjK.
Wotoii ot grasses dry nnd brown,
Wit li ft sprig of clover hero and thcro,
A cosy lining ot tlildtle-down
And a leather dropped from a bird In nlr
This Is tho cradle, dainty and fine,
Lovo hides away In tho meadow sweet,
Down, deep down, and never a sign
To tempt too near llttlo wayward feet.
Down, dtop down In tho blossoming grass,
That rrstles dreamily all day long,
And only tho J cllow butttrlllcfi pass
And Iho grccn-gold bics Willi their humdrum
(loldcnbuttercups lean above,
And daisies whlto with hearts nil gold,
aoldon lllybels nod their love,
And tho golden sunshine all doth told.
What w onder j oung Bobolink springs to air
With llecks ot light In his plumngo caught!
What wonder his song's a medley raro
Of all things golden and f rco ami fair,
And a song with ecstasy iraught!
Humming n light air, ho matlo mi 1111-
necpfwary noiso in throwing oaci: inn
"1 imvo tlio honor oi mo next tmnco nun.
with you," liu said, Htoi)iing hoforo Ccll
niono H chair. "Mnrkl llioy have already
"It is a valpc. Do not tlanco. doar
Celiinoiiu," paid TliilialU, in a tono half
tho pleading of tlio present lover, half
Iho command 01 tho liituro husnanti.
"It is already an cimniruincnt, 31.
Thibaut. Yonr interfereneo is out of
1 ..i. r i i i t t -
"11 IS I'll" ill T IlVill't i Jtill.
"I will tako meat caro of her."
"I must not break nn engagement,"
Celimine said, with a look of conciliation
for Thibaut, an sho took tlio arm ot M
Beside. Tirasto danced better than
Thibaut. and Cclimeno loved n valse
At lirst tho ticeopteil lovor went to tlio
balcony to smoke and revel in his new
happiness. Kor what is happiness to a
Brenc imati without ms smoKoir ineu
before lio had burned out half a omar
ette. an uneasiness fell imon him,andtho
red imlit m his rivals eves, nail no
heard tho offer of inairiaKO? Why had
ho looked triumphant us ho led away
Cclimeno 1 Surely he. not Kraste.should
look triumphant. Hurling his cigarette
to tlio parterres below Ho retraced ins
steps to the ball room. ,
Tliobla.o of light dimmed his eyes
and ho looked in vain for Celimenc.
Joining tho lino of on-lookcrs, ho saw
tho Avhivling couplci go by him to the
:rt ... f .1... ...ilW-iw fiiu1. until
ineiirant. sutriicstcd that the duel
should bo postponed until tho following
day, but Thibaut would not listen to
A WOMAN'S HEART ;
Or, tho Doctors' Unci.
L. FIUTZ, Atiornoy-nt-Law. Ollice
, in Columbian Building. Junosi, M.
1) IIUOKINOIIAM, Attornov-nt-T-nw. or
l,,nco. BrocUway'd Building, 1st lloor, I MS
biirg, 1'onnM. nuiy T, 'n-t f
11. RAllKLEY, AtU.nioy.at.Law. Ofocv
In Brovcr's building, nnd story, liooms 4 a. 5
1 . n
t) . In
llartman's bulldlng.Maln sti oot.
H. WM. 51. 1113BKU, Surgeon anil Physi
cian, uiuco jiarKut suuuu iiviv.
K. KVANB, M. D.. Surgeon anil Physi
cian, (Olllco nnd HeMdcnco on Tlilrd street
II. McKELVY, M. D Surgeon ami Thy
filclan.north Bldo Main stroot, below Market.
It. J. C. KUTTEU,
Oct. 1, 79.
onlco, North Market street,
It. I. L. II A 1)15,
Main Street, opposlto Kpiscor.il Church,
ttf Teeth detracted without paui.
Oct. 1. 1879.
Ail kinds of Watches, Clocks and Jewelry neat
I repaired and warruiilcu.
may IT, ';s-tf
SPRING AUD SUMMER CLOTHING
A. J. BViXNS,
Tho uptown Clothier, liaHjut received a Hue line
SPRING AND SUMMER SUITS
For Men and Boys In tho neatest manner nnd Lulest
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Hatsi Gaps. &e-
Atwnvsr.ii band. Cull nnd Kinmlno. EVANS' BLOCK
uoiner waiu uuu iiui. oukmi
BLOOMSBURG, COL. CO. PA.
All styles of work dono In a superior manner, work
warranted as represented, tkbjii I-xtiuct-iso
without IMlNbytho use of (las, and
trcoot charKO when nrtltlclol teeth
Olllco over Bloomsburg Banking company.
Jo be open at all hours during the day.
ri M. DllINKKK, GUN ami LOCKSMITH,
owing Machines nnd Machinery of all kinds ro-
pilrod. Opkka Hopsb Uulldlng, BloomBburg, i a.
Main St., abovu Central IloU'l.
Til AVID L0WMNI1KH0.
B, KUHN, dealer In Meat, Tallow, etc.,
. Contro Btrcot, b-stwoon Becona ana i mm.
sngalnnt his old stand "fl?" UaV1uVku
'J'KUaud has as usual a Kl jfT;V;A.t . n(
B1101'. Ho rcspocttully sollcllB the patronugo ot
his oldcuBtomers and ot tho puwio gem riuu.
. ...,. vttm wtsh to engagoln
w Suired': ximi
a day nnd upwards is easily inui.u 7"uhTtcver.
Mnnv imw workers wsnted ut onco. Many axo msk-
lm.n.rtiinmint i im tiuslness. LadlosmaKoasmui."
as men. audyoung bojs and pf'3,"0 'e',Poy0
mo.7rS'Vi?,n7nnt. TboM Twho ngago ft" onoo
wiu una a short rona io luriuuv.
unt A Vo., Wrtlwid. Maine.
T GOAL IJUKS OF ALL KINIW
BLOOMSBURG PLAINS MILL.
i. iioHiu nut fiU I'lnnlntrMlllon
iiiiiiirwJi. in tirfei.emssi rontltllou. Is prenarta
to ao an maws vi wum. iu
FRAMES, SASH, DOORS,
.... 1 nt mimnnnhlmirteOH. All lumlier ILSOd IS I
well seasoned nnd none but skilled workmen arc
ESTIMATES FOB BUILDINGS
furnished on application. 1'lan" nnd specifications
prepared by an experienced araugmsmiui.
Tho Positive Cnro
For all Tcmalo Complaints.
ThUpreiwiratlon, M Itj ilvm nlrntnpB, consIpU of
Vr;i'tallo I'ruinH-tioa that aru liariulouj lu tuo nio.1 nil
i.-iiUitintiUil. UiKtnonotrUllliO writs oftl-U Cum
l.v.uit will bo rccosnUad, OJrollof U ImmtHlUto, anil
when It J UM U continue).!, lu itlncty-ntno caa In ft liun.
ilriKhfttK nnaJier.tcuroUcn'rotcd.aathous.'unls Ut tes
tify. l).l ftccuunt of iuprovoa intrltt, ItiJ tulayru
commf nJ(l and prowrlbod by tho boat phyoluUud la
U wlU euro entirely tho wont form of falling
of t'ao uttruii, U'licorrha-a, Irrt'sular nnd Uaful
Mrnstnic.tlon.allOvarUiiTrouMo. InTjuninntluu unit
Ulceration, noodliitfalllili-pliweiiionti and tI.o con-
l.ciuor.t B(.lnnl wcaVned, r-li'l 11 wpeclally pdaptMl I.
tlioClionjotfUfo, Uxslltdttolvo and vzic-l tumorl
from I'louU'runlnnn early utojo of docloniuoiit. Tho
tjniloncy to tunooroua Uumori thoi-o tl chocltod very
piiooiUy by luuno.
In fact It lull prorod to ba the (orat.
tt and best itunocly that ba.H over liocn Ulscovur
tl. It jienuoatoji t-vcry portion ot tlio f yutam, auJ crlvui
new Ilfoand vlor. It romovca fabitno.m.aaUili.m'y, lo
Btioyaallcrm In j forfelbuulanU,uullllluvc4 woulcm-Ml
ItcuruiltlMttn?, neftit'j:hM, Nervoui lr(rattnn,
Ocnirallitblllty.t.loopliijwioai, IVprot.lori ai.d Inill
KOxllon. litatfulliuotbourliiuilovn, ciutjn.-r imln,
i'bt aud bat tocho, Id ulwnys itrmamnUy cuml I y
Itjitio. Itvlllutlulttmcd.rjiauiiacriiU t lra-inbUn.
era, act la harmony with tho luvr ttut (vonu tlia
For Kidney ComiilalntA of tltbor mx tbli com;M.ur.l
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcjjctablo CompounJ
I pn'iuircd at 2S3 and wwtoi a Avrrn", I yrn, Jf il
,'llixi$l.oa. Six bottlraforfAOO. I'-i.t ly i,uiiU:i U.'i
form of tlbi, atui In tbu form efrzciinu, ou rretljl
i.tprlcc, l.i, ir lior, for iltlicr. Wis. llSKIIAU
frwIyun-womrJllcttiTiicf Infjr.lry. ti-nd for pum
phltt. AdilromadoboYo JciiIIoii thti ,jhti'.
Ho famUyib-ul.'lwlllicn.t I.VPU H I'INKIMM'
IJVUll 1'iU-S. They mru Cen..t:p.illon, lldiou-in.
hn.lTontity of tlioIJver. Ciei-nUi.T lr.
BV (1EUAI.11 HOI.Cr.OIT.
The beautiful Mademoiselle-do Limou
sin is as lair anil as Iran as a niv.
French blonde, whose deep blue eyes
darkened almost to purplo by long lash
es, it goes without saying that sho is tho
belle of the ball, llulbho is something
more than that, sho is almost a siren with
that bewitching look which seems td
I Hatter all who woo her lo say that the
beautiful world of Paris was at her feet
was scarcely to exaL'creralo. Sho siiread
the intoxicating fever of lovo wherever
sho went, and seemed to live upon
And what, perhaps, heightened her
charm was the general belief that her
heart was affected not by love, fair
reader, but by disease. The, doctors were
I generally c.ercif-ed in mind upon her.
llow loud they are ol studying simply
of course, m tho interest ol
science the malailies ol youi
beautiful women, needs no comment.
Amont; the number were two voting
gentlemen duly aimed with powers to
go forth and cure or kill. And one of
these M. Thibaut, who sought distraction
from tho monotony ol sitting over a big
fire, and waiting lor rings Irom the sur
gery hell, was an inviuil guest ol M. tie
Limousin. Deeply wounded by tho fas
cinations of Cclimene, ho detei mined lo
know tho woi st or best at the very earliest
'I will not ask you to dance, lie said,
bending over her. "You know well, ii
I had my way, you should not dance at
"It is uugallant to twit mo with my
shoilntss of breath.
'Como with me. You know mo bet
ter than that," and ho led her through
the largo hall, which was hung with
pictures, up a massivo stone staireaboio
a dimly lighted landing, bordered with
choico but sickly smelling tloweis.
Placing her tenderly m a huge chair,
ho stood beside her, looking down at tho
fair bosom, which heaved tumiilliioiifily.
It might havo been tho staiis.or a predic
tion of what was coming. These crises
in a woman's life stamp her
For although sho knows perh
that an offer is about to bo made, she al
ways aflects surprise.
M Thibaut clearul his throat and
piobnbly felt the awfulness of tho posi
tion. (Jchmeno was tho only daughter
of the piiucip.il partner in a largo bank
ing establishment. Prudenco and love
wcie, in ill. lhiuauts case, lortunateiy
hand in hand. Ueforo ho allowed him
self to fall in lovo ho had convinced him
self that Cclimeno was a prudent choice
and then ho gavo hunseJtup to tho tasci-
nations of tho charmer.
"You havo noticed, you must have
noticed, dear Mile, do Limousin.tho great
interest I tako in your oase."
"Yes, 1 suppose, m a medical point ol
view.I am interesting," replied Celiinene,
with an upturned look that noarly turned
tho young doctors head.
At tho Daok ol tlio landing two glass
doors gavo on to a balcony, tho length
of tho house. Thither after a long valce
with ono of llioso partners who never
will havo enough of a good thing, M
Erasto had retreated to cool himself in
tho crisp night air and enjoy a Turkish
swift strains of tho military band, until
at last Err.sto and his beautiful partner
circled by him. Jiut all coloi; had fled
from tho fair checks and Cclimeno look
ed like inarblo.
"Stop! Kor God's sake, stop! l ou
are killing her 1" he cried.
But Evastu either heard or hooded him
Thibaut rushed after them but camo
in mllision with tho dancers, and found
himself cannoned back to tho lino of
on-lookcrs. Tho next round ho was moro
Hiwnpssfiil. and Erasto stopped m liiSgut
dy danco and demanded the reason for
"Look at vour partner," cried Thibaut,
seizing her in his arms, and earryingher
to an adjoining room. "My Uodl" ho
priiul. "v'ou havo her killed. She is
No expression of sorrow camo froiii
Einste's lins. lie stood looking on
calmly at Thibaut's mad giief. Tho beat
of thu feet in the adjoining hall room
continued for only a few of tho guests
tho terrible scene. Ihe
, - . 1 t..l ...n....rw1
heating ol uenmenes nem o uau
Thibaut seized Erasto by tho arm and
led him apart from the others.
"Thin is vour work, lou havo iniir.
dovnd her. It is no accident ; but malice
A gleam of triumph cameinto Erastc's
turf, lmt in iliil not s'leak.
"Tim rtiiillntino "shall avenge her
Going back 'to the knot of people srir
loiiiidimrthe couch on which Celiment
lay, Thibaut said in a loud voice, hoiW
from ptp-siou : . ,
' i Su m i.i t in murderer jh. i'.i;i.-if
lie lifted Ills sword to heaven, rover-
eiitly,aud tho name of Celimeiio escaped
"Cornel let us linisli, ho satil. " I ho
snow has abated."
Again tlio blades crossed, and the com
batants littigcd nt ono another moro des
perately than before.
Tho seconds intervened.
M. Thibaut was wounded.
"It is nothing, ho said. A mero
scratch." Hut the blood trickled from his
forohcad,aiid made red dots in tlio newly
M. I'leurant turned pale, and devoutly
wished that all wasover.even if his friend
Tlio wound, which was not serious, be
ing bound up, tlio duelists returned to
A few moro passes, another thrust, an
oilier purry,anl Thibaut's sword cnteied
Erasto fell into tlio nrms of his second,
nnd Dr. Deborlo knelt down to examine
"It is all over. You can do nothing for
me. I understand too well tho nun
Tho physician asked a technical ones
tioii,aml receiving an ntlirmativo leply
looked grave and shook Ins head.
"For five minutes at tho utmost," he
said, in reply to a whisper from Erasto.
"Then 1 havo yet timo to coniess,
tho dying man said. "Finding that you
lad succeeded where I oquld only meet
witli failure, tho devil tomptedmo to rob
you of your prize. I killed her na surely-
as you havo killed me. iow pardon me
is I forgivo you.
Tim two men s hands wcro clasped.
"Coine, Thibaut," whispered Fleurant
"wo to leave Paris at oice. Your man
of tricks lo look miserable, and played
upon tho public, though I was soon as
well and vigorous as mo nest wno camo
along.' AVell, sir, I kept this business
up six yeats, and at tho end ot mat tlmo
l had actually taken in a ititio over
!?:10,000. of which I had 820,000 in a
bank, a httlo in many banks. I then had
two children, and wo lived comfortably.,
When I found had 20,000 I concluded
to invest it. I did, I bought stocks, and
fter nuietlv speculating two years, I
had made 8227,000, and concltided'to
give up my old life and become ti gen
tleman again. I camo west. I bought
land in tins vicinity. In a short timo
that land moro than ever inauo mo a
rich man, and to-day I am worth not a
penny less than SSOU.OOU. niat Bir, all
camo from a beggar's hat in tho streets
of 2s ew York. Strange story? 1 think
so mvself. 1 'call v. it seems that all
this was a dieam. It docs not seem
Mr. lllank relighted his cigar, lenned
comfortably back in his chair, ami re
marked, "Js'ovcr despise a beggar. You
can't tell how rich ho may be."
The journalist went his way that after
noon, wondeiiiig much, envious of the
mendicant at tlio corner, and inclined lo
turn beggar himself.
made of ftTt extremely raro humming
bird. Tho wholo bird was hardly larger
tliait,biio'sj.thiitnb, and on its breast a
sincltrpatch of gold was louiul about nn
inch in length. Tho cloak was composed
wholly of thoBO patches, and in tho sun
light must havo vied with golden fleece.
Tho birds aio valued at $51) each.
a 1 i . - '. . . i.. . A .. . : .1 n ......
l.lliy 111 iJU vuyilBllllu VlUittUll nt li-
saliou by appearing in public with ft
chameleon resting on her head dress.and
held there by a delicate silver chain. Tho
little creaturo was perfectly tamo, mado
no attempt lo escape; but when touched
by other than its owner its throat puffed
up and curious waves of color passed
over tho whole body, ranging from
a deep green to a daik brown. Small
lizards are used in Egypt by somo
of tho native ladies as ornaments, and
lie half concealed in tho drapery that
overhangs Ihe inoe. 1 he red ciaweu soi-
licr crabs are sometimes used in Mexico
as pins. Tito crab is disiougeii irom us
stolen shell, given a beautiful pearly one,
or one that has been plated with gnld or
.l i ... .1... 1 i.v;
hliver. J- He'll null lu mu ifj it jiiii
and chain they make uniipio ornaments.
Tho county judge of DcnyciyNobrnska,
was called upon the othcrday by a coun
try girl,who asked how much ho charged
for marrying anybody. Ho replied:
"Three dollars," and Sally departed.
Yesterday tho .Tuilgo was summoned to
the door nnd accosted by t no same person
with tho remark that she had come to m;
married. "Very well," said the judge,
but perceiving With astonishment that
sho was alone, ho continued, "Where in
the man 7" An expression of disappoint
ment paf-sed over Sallv's features as sho
oiactlhtted, "And don't you find Urn man
for thrco dollars'?"
A Beggar Mllllnnalro.
medical He knew poor Cclimeno'H condition, He
ng and avu jlcr ,i ,1,-nti, dance. Say, friends,
shall ho not answer for it to the law (
"Coward !" cried Erasto, stepping for
waul. "A'ou aio unworthy of tlio name
of a Frenchman unworthy the honora
ble profession to which you belong. Lis
tr,Ti in nn. itntul friends, 1 told him ItM
now ihnt T Should send my Kprcsenta
tive to anango anieetingbelwcon us, and
vindicate tho stain he would place
on my reputation. And this is his re
venge." v . ' ,
"Come, gentlemen, this is neither the
time nor tho place to quariel," said one
of the guchls. ,
"True," leplitd Thibaut, nftomshod at
the elTrontciv of Er.iste.
To contradict Ernhle'H version would
be to risk a charge of cowardice.
"Let it be so. I, iiottlurlaw,willbothi
avenger," he said.
The snow fell in thick, fleeeky ilakejt
as a fiiicro drove through the morning
fog to tlio Hois do Houlogne.
"Thank Heaven, it is clearing a little,
said Thibaut lo M. Fleurant,a mercurial
young gentlemaii, who sat by his side.
'H it weio me, I should pray that it
i iesouists .(rj t ,l,inFcr, for I was supping
frf 18 1? vUS "! A with Mile. Elsie.Uho dans 'use,
truuiv iui aml ()ic cli t w,l8 il0 too plenti
quot was qu
am sorry to hnvo had to disturb
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IIKIIM AN IM ItUlNSIIltANUK COM PAN V.
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UNION .SUliANOU COM l'A NY.
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and hkktkstku and havo never yet had a loss sot
tied by any court of law. Their assets am all Invest
ed In sotiii sscimmnsand aro liable to tho hazard
V"saea rsoMr-ri.v and nONK8Ti.T adjusted and paid
as soon as determined by christian F. Knait, sriio-
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tho agtnoy where losses If any oro settled and paid
by ono of tholr own ciuienB.
No. 1 '.i
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OarringcB, Btiggies, Phaotons, Slcighc,
I'liATTOIlM WAOOHB, to.
Plrst-clasa work nlways ou hand.
KBl'AIltlNO f ICATIiY DONE.
Vrl-.i rodnwd to suit tho tlinen,
Tho Highest Market Prico in Cash
l'AIDl'Olt ALL KINDS OF HIDES AT
Lcudicr mid Shoo Finding Store,
Main Stjielt, Orrosirn Stone Ohorcii,
April 8, 'SQ-ly
"Don't nnme it. I run only too pleased
to have tho honor of being your second.
Oh ! this is tho rendezvous,! suppose."
Tho coach stopped, and the two men
"I couldn't tiemble mom if I were gn
iug to fight inyH'lf," Fleui. mt said. "I
think there's something deueedly demor
alizing in snow. How do you ieclt"
"I am siistaintd by my lust for ret
vongo." "Hurrah! Heio they comp!"
A jiair of hiugis camo toiling through
tho snow, and dragging n largo family
oarriimo after tliciu.
M. Einste.his sccoud.and Dr. Debcrle,
tho cchbratcd physlcinn, iiipro!iclied the
two men who awaited them and saluted
them with thu utmost politeness. Every
tiling was do ligucr, and tho two swords
were produced and tested, first by the
sgcouds and then by tuo comnaianiH.
Each seemed satisfied that tho weapon.
cicrarctte. Thiowincr nwav tho farr end. at least, was eiiual to tho occasion.
. O " .. tl I ...... , TT I
ho was about to return by tho doors. I Thibaut was unusually cairn, no nan
which stood half open, when hu saw spent the previous night in grieving for
Celimeho and his hated rival, M. Tlii- his lost Celiinene. Erasto was unusually
baut, whoso backs were toward him. excited. Ho had been to a gaining
"I am not speaking professionally house Svhero his reckless play had
now," M. Thibaut said. "Lot mo diop I brought hliu alternately good and bad
tho doctor in tlio lover. Celiinene, will I luck. Hut ho had left off looser to t
you bo my wifot I considerable extent. 'Iho saint)' Int-or
ill. wastes lust impuiso was to rusii iniss kind ot leeiing pecmod to possess
forward, defy his rival and carry off Celi
meiio before his eyes his second to stay
nnd listen. lie, like M. Thibaut. was a
him when his swprd first crossed that of
It was to bo a duel to tlio death, and
doctor, and had decided to learn his fate Erasto evidently wished to make shoit
that niglitjbut ho had been forestalled. work of il,for,alter a fow passes.ho mado
What ot thats Perhaps 1 hihaut I ti terrible thrust at Ulubaut, who pained
would bu ret used, and then would como I it with ready skill.
his turn. I Hoth well) excellent Swordsmen, and
"lint will you always lovo mo nl- for full hvo minutes their weapons clash
waysl' I ed, but, as vet, without the inflection o
Tho kiss that is tho correct thipgl even a scratch. At length Erasto's sword
upon these occasions closed tho coiihi broke nt tho hilt and It'll in tho snow
nact- and M. Erasto was as furious as I Thihnitt restrained tho imnulse to avail
the- lovers werp happy. Only, ono word himself of tlio position, and waited for,
escaped Ii.h lips fresh weapons to bo brought from tin
"Kovengo 1 carriage.
IIu stole back silently to the balcony Meanwhile tho leaden sky begnu to.
to think, nnd in n fow momenta return scatter, isuc lingo flakes of hiiov that tho
ed with a nettled determination on hiril combatants wcro nearly blinded. This
face. 1 deferred for eomo timo the combat.
The Chicago lnlar-Ocwn has the fol
lowing: In thu south division of this
Cjty stands an elegant residence, almost
palatial in its propoitions, surrounded
by au ample lawn, tho evidences around
being thoso of wealth and reicmcut. It
is tlio home of one. of tho most, promi-
nejit of Chicago's many rioh ;nen, whoso
family is recognized as among the most
distinguished local society. Within
tho mansion tho exterior promise of lux
uiy is fulfilled, taste and ait and culture
having kept pace with tho liberal expen
diture of money which beautified this
home. A genial elderly gentleman is
tho master. Uipo in the experience of
many years of contact with the wprhl,
with tho warm, hoartvriohnoss of nature
green within him, this man enjojs the
esteem and regard of all who know him
or aro honored by his hospitality.
There is something of romance about
his life, and now and then it is good to
tin it over tho-pages of tho past to read
how men have battled against tho adver
sities and triumphed over obstacles too
stupendous for efl'oits ot tho majority.
A joiirunlist who lias the good fortune
to be cla'-si.d among tho clo,u friends of
this geutli'ipan, sat. in the charming li
brary of the home tlio other day, discuss
ing matters of public concern, respecting
which tho views of the elder mau were
desired by this paper. During tho con
versation, Mr. J Hank remarked that it
was a curious condition ot American so
ciety that men of obscure ways should
be tho leadeis of to-day, am! the leaders
forgotten to-nioriow. , "And," said he,
"it is more remaikablo how somo of
them rite. Tako my case for example,
liich and prosperous to-du,I lemcmber
with puiniul vividness u timo when 1 was
a vagrant, and an outcast, huimeiii'g Jor
a crust of bread, miserable in sickness
and almost despairing."
Iho visitor was much surprised at this
statement, and said as much.
Vfter sitting m retlctivo uleneo for a
few moments, Mr. Hlank said suddenly,
I vo a notion to tell you my story. It is
so singular that it may be incicdible,auil
it in i-i'iiaiiuy not an r.ieiienco one
would think 1 had gono through."
the n porter expressed a desiro to
icar the sloiy.
'I will tell you, upon condition that
ou will never mention my name in con
nection with it,"
Tlio promise of secrecy was readily
"I do not propose." said ,Mr. Hlank,
us ho pufl'ed leisurely a fragrant cigar,
to bu so specmo that 1 will, worry you.
All you want to know is tho general cir
cumstances, ol course. Well, I camo
Jiom Devonshire neatly thirty years
ago, landing in XSew loik, at about
twenty-tive, with my wife, a fow pounds
in my pocket, and a stout heait. Iliad
come to seek my lortuno like many
young men before me who found their
native jand unkind in enroot them. Al-
nost upon my arrival It was taken sick,
mil beloio 1 had secured any employ-
uent a fever seized mo, and when, weeks
afterwards, 1 camo back to life, my
uoney was gone and we were in debt
for rent. My poor wife had mado a fow
dimes hero and thcro doing cheap sow)
nig, but tho nttio biio could do was not
enough, and much boloro i was able I
roso from my bed to seek for woik.
Those wero sorry days for us I can tell
you. up and down in tlio streets I wau-i
dered, asking every placo for work, but
1 was weak and emaciated, anil no onu
cared to give mo employment. I wan
not worth it, really, and so 1 wenton for
two weeks, my health scarcely improving
my caso necoining moro and moro des
perate. Ono day, utterly exhausted and
liscouraged, leoiing unsociable and sick
ready to die, but for my wife, I sank
down upon a box that stood against a
lamp post on Hroadway. I took my lint
oil that tlio breezo might cool my burn
iug howl, and I guess I so fell asleep.
Anyway, when I beciimo conscious of
whcro 1 was and lelt somewhat rusted,
aroso to put on my hat when some smnll
onus rolled out upon tho sidewalk, Mv
heart throbbed as though a miracle had
been performed. 1 picked theso up, and
loutui otnors in mv nat. Altogether 1
had nearly one dollar. There was a trood
supper for my wife and mo, and 1 had
besides got an idea. 1 said to myself, I
was perfectly willing to work for u little
money, and no ono would emu ov me
now. since people nro wi iiil' to e-ivo mo
money without work, I will accept it
that way and 1 did. livery day nfte
mat i siouoiuii down at acornir on
some public thoroughfnr6 and hold out
my hut. I nsked no one for alms but
sat there with my hat out. As fast as
any money wns dropped in, I transferrei
it to my pockets. Tho first day 1 took in
C.iiu, nun irom unit tuno my earnings
were never less, nnd they havo run na
.high oh $25 a dny. I took to nil sortu
r.ivB umyri'.v.s IN noi.it bands i.ivino
ilnr.r.N snakks that con, hound
"Hero is something new in tlio way of
ornamentation, a salesman in a largo up
town New i ork jowolry store said,opeu:
iug a box. Out walked a monster beetle,
fully four inches in length. AboutiH
body was a solid gold band, locked by a
tiny padlock, to which was .attached a
costly gold chain, about two inches in
length, fastened to a pin. The beetle's
back glistened in tlio light, having been
treated to u dress of gold,and as it lumber
ed ntnng its long legs lorKCdiogeiner in a
curious fashion. "It's n shawl pin. You see
the pin is used to fasten laco or a shawl,
or perhaps worn on tho bonnet,! he insect
crawling around the longtn ol the chain.
They are perfectly harmless and not ex
pcusivc,as they live on air that is, they
havo never been seen to eat. This one
wns bi ought hero to iuount,whiehisavcry
fine operation, as the legs and anteniiiuare
all so delicate. After nll,therc is nothing
objectionable about them, except thoidea
of having them crawl overyou. They all
come from South America, and tho 0I1I5
lot in the city is to bo taken to Franco,
where tho owner willtiy to introduce the
fashion of w earing thein.t.Tliey cost from
$10 to .10, depending entirely on the
amount of thu ring. Theio is nothing
cruel about it, as they aro bound loosely,
and tlie gold haano effect upon their
In Hrazil the fnshioirjof wearing beetles
is carried to a great extent. A well
known resident has a beetle with a collar
of gold which meets at the top, and is
there rjinainemed with a diamond of
great value. The insect has a cage, sur
rounded by thu plants among which it
lives in its native state, and nothing is
neglieled to make it as cumloiltible as
possible, Hut ihe most popular insect
uttd for an ornament in lliitx.il in.i small
phosplioiercont beetle. These am often
Something that will keep, but not de
sirable to havo on hand a wart.
A Chicago woman calls her husband
"Daikest Hour," becauso he comes homo
just before dawn.
a noon rot;xi vtion.
Ono of tho greatest troubles of our
people is weakness of the stomach. As
this soon causes indigestion, nervousness
and rheumatism, tlioy prevail in almost
every American household. There is
positively no need for anybody to suffer
irom these painful troubles who can buy
a 50 .cent, bottle of Parker's Ginger Ton
ic; for this superior niedicino always
tones up the stomach and nervous sys
tem, and kecpr. tho kidneys active in
carrying off the foul matter, thus leaving
a good foundation for perfect health.
.A7. O. 1'iaiyunc.
A wag told a street band to play
'Como back to Erin," in front of n deaf
Wo nro so thnukful losavthatourbaby
was permanently cured of a dangerous
anel protracted inegulatity ot the bowels
by the uso of Hup Hitturs by its mother,
which at the same time restored her to
perfect health and strength. Tho parents,
Kochester, IS. . see another column.
The whirr of a grasshopper's wings
seaie a man who is short on wheat worse
than the roar of a lion.
Ayer's Pills are a general favorite, be
cause of their powerful yet gentle opera
tion. Medical men prefer them for ner
vous or delicate constitutions.
It is within the power of every
young man ol ability and perseverance
lo become gie.il, and get lied about.
Mr. A. L. A cry, Pharmacist, Newark,
N. .1. Having been severely nfllictcdfor
eleven ytais with Hay Fever, after try
ing almost everything without avail, 1
gave up all hopes of being cm eel, when
1 purchased iremi you a box 01 iilys
Cream IJalni. To my surprise, after a
few applications, I was until civ- relieved.
H. Watson Harris, Letter Caniei No. 11,
New P. O. . Newark, N ..T.
Messrs. Whlto & Huidiek, Druggists,
Ithaca, N. Y. I recemmeiul to these
suflering (as I have been) with Hay
Fevir, Eh's Cteam Halm. Havo tried
neatly all the le medics I could find, and
give this a decided piefi re nee over ihem
all. It has given 1110 immediate reliei.
C. T. Stephens, Ilnidunic Meiehant,
Ithaca, N. V. Sept. (i, 1SS0. PiiceSOcts.
A Hiookhn maiden wants lo know
how to avoid having a moustache como
Eat onions, sis.
ntd in the hair.and as the two on her upper lip.
phosphide-see nt or lite giving spots are
on the biilu 01 the head, the black insect
ot course, invjsiiili'. isneeiallv when
11 the laven locks eir the fair Hraziliaus.
Twenty or thirty of these beetles will
tlnow out a light sulheient to n ail by.or
grouped over the fine head mid held ju
ace, the etlcot is beautiful.
Several years ago a New Yoik lady
gave a masquerade nan at ner summer
ioufo in Newpoi l. '1 he dancing was on
the lawn, and the guests we're requested
o 1,0 there liulLuu hour tieloie daik,
J ho hostess worn the costume of the
niglit,and in the daylight her black dress,
covered with ivy leaves, did not attract
special attention, but when sho appealed !
in the gay throng after night slio pio-
sontoi1 a perfect blaze of light, and as
the centre ot the minuting anil woudei'-
uig company. 1 renuiious waves of wi
dish yellow llame gecutcel to move over
icr cntne diess, while 111 a cap 011 her
lead gleamed one great fiery star. 1 he
cause of this illumination was the pheis-
horeseont light ol more than 5,000 fire-
Hies. 1 or weeks previous lo the ball
tho designer of the costume had been
storing away fireflies, and ou the elay of
tho lete they were rapidly put on the
diess. As tlio litzht-fiiviiifr snot is 1111
the ve-ntrnl surface, each one was phieed A d scissms wero found in an ox
011 its back and helddowiiby afiuosilver jnsi kill, d in I'cniisjlvarni, auel it is
wiie.so skillfully eautihtthat it could not tented the animal has made food of somo
turn over or escape, and was not injured, gnen editor.
A I'llVhK'IANS TU.vriMONV.
Iii tho treatment of lung and bronchial
diseases the liver is olleu implicated lo
siu ii an 1 xlent that a hi patio lemeiiy be
comes necessary in e Heeling a euro ot
the lungs. In tho treatment of such cases
I presenile Simmons Liver Hegulator
with I'litiiosatisfaction. 1 find that itacts
luildly but effectually in icgulating the
secretions of the liver, stomach and bow
els, l.L. Stephenson, M.D., Owcnsboro,
'Goto tl e ant, thou slutrgaid" is all
vny well; but if the sluggaiel will go to
a pic-mc, 1 ne ant win como ie mm.
New Yoik physicians say that they
have been using Speer's Port Grapo Wino
and Wine hitters 111 their practico lor
yenis, to tho entire sitislaclion 01 their
patients nnd themselves, anel take great
pleasure in recommending them to tho
public as being all that is claimed for
them, and, in tact, tho most reliablothey
can tiiiei. it is especially rceommenetcei
for consumptives, tho aged and tor fe
males generally. Forsaleby C. A. Kleiui,
Dnicgist, Kloonrdmrg Pa.
L'ho star was fonneel by many beetles,
In .lamineaa largo bectlo,tholauipvns,
is used oy initios, aomo ol tlio phospho
roseicnt beetles used by Ihem givo out
lights that havo to bo seen to be appro
elated, and moro than twenty different
kinds aro usid, repi eventing as many dif
lerenl tlegiees ol light, shade, Hill, etc.
One, tho pygolampis, has n rich orangi
color, cnauging. to yellow, nickering 111
intermittent flushes of light; another.
called photuris, is curious for the grad
ual inereaso of light it shows; ooiuinnn-
clng with a faint reddish hue, it rapidly
- I . !!,' ,1 .1 . "i.i- I M
ginws 11110 miiiiauety, unaiiy niazing like ,1
,. 4A.-..I. ..'...1. .-....,,..1 1..1.4 1 .1 1.. I U1
i mum, it iii-il yinuil JUIII, UIIU men liv
ing away 10 reappear again.
hnakes Imve linen used as ornaments.
the small, inoffensive given snakes being
iiiu mi'.-u hi iiiiur, un aci'iiiiiii in Ull'Il
beauty and harmli'ss nature. They cl in
nround the arm with all tho tenae it v of
their golden, bojuA'cled imitatorsthat are
now so lasnionnblo. AniinaH, or parts
of them, nlthough naturally the adjuncts
-r t ; 1 .... -1 . . J . .
01 oainaiio spieuuor, nro greatly used in
tin. tiinL.. f,,l. I...... 1.1,. ...M... ..r
1,1, v, (....ov, 4 i(t-ii4,ji!iiMiu unit-ii 111
tho present day. Some of the hnndxiun
est sleeve buttons mid studs 1110 made of
pousiicu ui'sn sum snarks or dog ish
iH'it iii.oi:ii)i:s iMiKtT.Npr.Nci:.
What can be more glorious than to bo
independent eif suffering, eiaused by elys-
lepsia, indigestion, constipation, sick
cailaehc, or either diseases emanating
from the stomach. This car. bo easily
gained by a timely use ofllurilock Wood
liitteis. Price ijl.OO, trial size 10 cents.
The Detroit "Free Press" wonders
why it is that when a pedestrian is
drenched by a basin of water from a
fourth story window ho always wants to
whip somebody who lives on tho first
Mr. niffciiHt"in, Uoston, Mass., writes:
"Your Spring Ulossemi has cured 1110 of
dyspepsia, 01 lour e-n years standing, i
have ii'gained my normal appetite, can
sleep weill and feel liko a now man."
I'nce ou cents, trim uowes iti cents.
It could not have been an Irishman
who put a sign Imard on a road ae-rcms
a bog witli this inscription; "Please
take notice that when this board is under
water the lead ib impassable."
KIDNl'-Y OUMI'I.AINT eil'ltU).
H. Turner, Hechester, N. Y. writes:
"I have bee n for over n year subiect to
icing preferred, as thov tike a lino mil
ish, nnd closely resemble the fossil coral serious disoider of the kidneys, unit often
fnvftlltou flint nr.. nlusi ..c.,,,1 ...l.n.. I , t . . -I i t -
............. v...., ..... .nw aim wiiuu uiiauie to utieuii to nusiuefisj 1 procureel
highly polished, tho elelicato cells that your Hutelock Hlood Hitters and was re-
were 1 onco 1110 neiiuo 01 mo coral polyp Ueveel beforo half n bottle was used. 1
nro distinctly visible, nnd as a wholo re- intend to continue, as I feel confident
EOinuto honeycomb. ti,nt tbey will entirely euro me," Piico