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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Alone in the House.
Wlicn tho lionso U nil nlonc by it
ft'lf, iiiBXteriiMU!0(l povnotiH tuny bultcvo
tbat It behnvi's exactly nB it iloes when
tlifio nro ico)!o In it, but tlint is n tie
liuioii, ns yon will discover if yon nro
ever left mono In it nt midnight pitting
up for the rent of tho family i nt this
hour its trno disposition will reveal it
self. To catch it nt its best, pretend to
letire, put out the gas or tho lamp and
go upstnirs. Afterwards, como down
softly, light no moro than ono lamp,
go Into tliu empty parlor mill seat your-r-ulf
nt n table with something to rend.
No Booner havo you done so than
yon will hear a little chip, chip, chip,
along tho lop of the room a small
sound but persistent. It is evidently tho
Wall paper coining off, nnd you decide,
after some tribulation, that if it does
come off you can't help it, and go on
with your book. As you sit with your
fjoftk in your hand you begin to bo
qmto sure that soino ono is coming
down stairs, squeak squeak squeak
What folly! There is nobody up there
to como down ; but there no. it is on
tho kitchen stairs. Somebodv is com
ing up. Squeak squeak I Well, if it is
a robber you might as well faco hint.
You get tho poker,and stand with your
back against the wall. Nobody comes
up. 1' inally you decide that you arc a
goose, put the poker down, get a mng
iizino and try to read.
There, that's the door. You heard
the lock turn'? They aro coming home,
You run to the back door, unlock nnd
unbolt it, and peep out. Nobody there 1
Hut, as von linger, tho door lock given
a click that makes you jump. JJy day
light neither lock nor stairs make nny
of tlieso noises unless they arc touched
or trodden on. You go back to tho
parlor in a hurry, with a feeling that
tho next thing you know something may
catch you by the back hair, and you
try to rcmcmuor where you lett oft.
Now it is the table that snaps and cracks
as if all tho spiritualist knocks wero
hidden in its mahogany. You do not
lean on it heavily without this result,
but it fidgets you, and you tako nn easy
chair and put tno book on your knees,
Your ecs wander up and down tho
lingo and vou grow dreamy, when, an
liarently, tho bookcase lires off a pistol.
At least, a loud, iierco crack comes
from the heart of that piece of furniture
so loud, so fierce, that you jump to
your feet trembling. You cannot stand
the parlor any more. You go upstairs.
No sooner do you get there, than it
siems that soino body is walking on the
roof. If the house is a detached one,
nnd the thing is impossible, that makes
it all the more mysterious. Nothing
ever moaned in tho chimney before, but
something moans now. There is
ghostly step in tho bath-room- You
find out afterwards it is the tap dripping
but you do not daro to look at that
time. And it is evident that thero is
something tip tho chimney you would
not like to ask what
If you have gas it bobs up and down
in a phantom dance. If you have a
lamp it goes out in a blue explosion. If
you have a candle a shroud plainly en
raps the wick and falls toward you. Tho
bunds shake as it a hand clutched them ;
and, finally, a doleful cat begins to
moan in the cellar. You do not keep a
cat, nnd this nmslies vou. x on lire
tend to read no longer, and, sitting
with a towel over your head and face
and hearing something below go "shew,
shew, shew, like a little saw, you be
lieve in the old ghost stories. Ten minu
tes later tho bell ring9,tho belated ones
como home, tho lights are lit ; perhaps
something must bo got out to eat. l'eo
plo talk and tell where they havo been
and ask if you aro lonesome. And not
a stair cracks. No step is heard on tho
root ; no click is heard to the iront door.
Neither book-caso nor table cracks,
The house has on its company manners
only you have found out how it bo
haves when it is alone.
Tho word Freethinker, though not
uad in itsell, has been badly supplied.
it nas been assumed by those who dis
card revelation aim scout an tear or
belief of God. In this the votaries of
Robert Ingersoll follow tho disciples of
Voltaire. Just why men of this class
should regard themselves as freethink
ers, abovo all others, is not clear. The
assumption that a man who disbelieves
revelation is more tree from prejudice,
or more frco in any mental process,
man lie who believes it, does not bear
examination. The arguments which
overcome unbelief in soino ieavo tho
mind just as untrammeled as thoso
which overcome unbelief in others
Many who now beliere in God and in
tho Bible once disbelieved; but tho ar
giiments which ovcrcamo their unbelief
have left their thoughts as free and as
active as they wero before : they havo
no moro interfered with freethinkiug
than did their intidelity, when it con
trolled or influenced their minds. Vos
sibly, as they are no longer the slaves
of erroneous opinions and dogmas
which gives loose reign to tho depraved
heart and taste, their' thinking is moio
freo than it was before. At all ovents,
to claim that a person's thinking is
more freo because ho rejects Christian
ity than is his who accepts it, is most
mucinous ami unwarranted assumption
Wo think it would tint bo a difficult
task to show that the men whoso minds
aro the freest to think aro tho religious
thinkers of tho day, and that tlieso do
both tno hardest and tho deepest think
ing. Yet men and women who havo
hardly begun to think meet in conven
tion and claim a monopoly of freo
Ihitiking j assuming that they aro moro
free in disbelieving than Christians aro
in believing tho very truth that makes
them free. On tho whole, wo think
the skeptic's usj of tho word in dues
tion, ns Laoon suggested, implies in
tnoir case, not treethiiiking. but free
dom from thinking Christian Jferald,
Cigars and Cigarettes.
Tho tobacco trade, possibly, has
moro mysteries than any other trade in
this ago ot commercial immortality
T. l , 1'iV t. . . l V
ii is inmost as WinCim to puruuaso
good cigar promiscuously in Ilavann
ns it is in London ; unless you know
tno riguv siiop 10 jjo to, you aro as hku
ly to buy Whitechapel and Bremen
abominations, expoited from Europe
for tho purpose, and put up in tho most
ortuouo'c "Jlavanna boxes, in Vera
Cruz you may buy cigars for five shil
lings a hundred, which tho venders for
a fow cents extra will pack mid labli
with the name of some famous btuutl
So they will in Porto Plato or San
Domingo. So they used in Brazil j but
Bnhiau ami other Brazilian cigars hav
now mndo their own name, mid hnv
established nu honorable claim to bo
considered nmoiig tho best cheap cigars
in tho world. It is impossible to get
nu inexpensive good cigar in Cuba
itfclf i tho best brands nro never expor
ted, for fow people hero would caio to
give half a crown or three shillings
npieco for their "smokos which tho
wealthy Cuban who consumes them soft
and grcon, wrapping them in oiled silk
to preserve tho flavor pays on tho
not. Thero is much in u name,
lliousands of renlly excellent weeds
are made in Knglnnd and Germany
rout good raw tobacco imported lor the
inmost) t but it would never do to offer
them for units ns llritish or German
produce. What a charm lies in the
rds "vueita Abaio, to no reati on
ir oiunr boxes 1 Vueita Almio is n
small district between Havana and
Santiago, consisting of a few acres of
land only, now in tho possession of
two or threo ut the richest planters lit
tho island s nnd probably not nn atom
of tho tobacco noted lor its richness
which is urown thero finds its way
beyond their own airtight bhdder
cigar poucnes or mosu oi mcir in
timato fi lends.
Throughout tho whole of South nnd
Central America, tho Southern Stati-s,
and in many other parts of tho globe,
it may safely bo nverred that the ma
jority of tho "male population of all
CItlKSCn IlilVU II UIgilllHlU UL'UVUUll Ull.ll
lips during the greater part of their
waking existence troin childhood up
ward. The Senator smokes in the
Chamber of Debates j tho sei vant
smokes ns ho waits upon you s tho
shopman does not trouble himself to
removo mo smouuiemig mrc-pupur
from his mouth as ho answers your
queries i tho coachman who drives you,
the half-clad nigger who blacks your
boots, tho hunter on tho prnrio or nam
pa, and tho Indian in tho tho back
woods who roils his morsel oi tooaoco
n a 111.117.0 leaf all smoke cicarettes.
We visited ono lingo manufactory in
Havana which stands out into tho bay
liko an immense mahogany cigar box
itself, where over a million cigarettes
are turned out daily. Wo entered our
names in a book on admission, and
when wo hnd completed tho tour of tho
factory wero each presented with an
elegant case of cigarettes, every btindlo
ot which bore our respective names,
the date, and a complimentary sen
tence in Spanish, printed in different
styles on beautmilly embossed inueis.
Thero can bono doubt that the introduc
tion of tobacco in this form has greatly in
creased its consumption in this country.
A cigarette is a thing that can bo light
ed nr tnsapil iisirin at nnv time, and
often serves to fill up odd intervals of
a few minutes : while a pipe, as a
rule, demands premeditation, and is
indulged in only at regular periods ;
and a cigar especially a good one is
rarely commenced by one who can ap
preciate it, except under circumstances
iavorauio tor its inn emoymem uuu
completion. Chambers Journal.
An attractive, youthful appearanco
cured bv using Parker's Hair Balsam
to all who aro getting gray.
Halloween at Balmoral.
IOW IT WAS CF.LEIIKATKI) IIV KOVAt.TV
A STARTLING) SIT.CTACI.E.
Out of compliment to tho Duchess of
Connaiicht, who was to leave Balmoral
the lollowing day, ttio yueen gave in
structions for the annual Halloween
celebration at the castle to tako place
on alonday night, October, 30, twenty-
tour hours before the trno tune ot tho
festival. About 0 o'clock two hundred
torch bearers paraded on tho lawn iu j
irom oi me ensue, ami nrriveu at mu
hugo stack of material for tho bomfire,
which had been erected near tho front
door. The torches wero applied to the
pile, and then there appeared from tho
mows a band of grotesque looking
spitus playing instruments, and pro
ceeded by a tnaiestie-looking demon,
who was followed by four demons,
bearing a chair on which was seated a
witch, who was taken from tho chair
and pitched into the flames, amid the
shrieks and howls oi spectators. A
limited supply of tho national beverage
was then distributed, and dancing was
begun and kept up for some time to
the strains of Ross, the piper. The
healths of the Queen, tho Piincess
Beatrice and tiie Duchess of Connaught
wero pledged and heartily drunk, and
tho singing of the national authem
brought the proceed'uins to a close.
The Queen, the Duchess of Connaught
and tlio pnrcess Deaf rice, with air
Garnet Worseley, remained till tlio ter
mination of tho sport. New York
A JIAItVEt.OVS OUllE.
For all bodilv nilments. firis'iiif? from
impurity yf blood, a torpid liver, irreg
ularity of tho bowels, indigestion, con
stipation, or disordered k'dneys, is wnr-
rumen in :i nee use oi duiuouk diuuu
Bitters. Prico 1,00-
Philadelphia, November 20, 1882.
As' the object of greatest interest to peo
do outsiders well as inside tlio city limits,
,s AVnnamaker's. and as this is so Immemo
In extent and so varied in the chiraeler
and quality of its exhibits, a resume of Its
contents will no doubt bo acceptable to all
readers who purposo visiting or ordering
by mail or express, goods from its nlmost
Jjcgliiuliii: with what at this season is
probably most in demand, dresses for
maids and matrons, that portion of tho
store that will bo llrst sought, wlll.naturally
uo me reatlyinailo suit ilepartment, wnero
nil visitors may learn of thoso best qunlltled
to describe tliu nrevnlluu; stvles and colors,
together with tho prices of tho exquisite
creations of art or the more substantial,
yet couullv becoming costumes dcslcned to
pieasu sober tastes mm purchasable nt
prices timt will attract nil classes ot buyers.
Tills reiulvinadu suit department lor ladles
is on tno corner oi uiicstniil anil lmu
streets, and Is under tliu direction of a
most tasteful ami capable designer, who
has onlv rcccntlv returned from abroad.
after studying tho styles presented In the
great emporiums oi iiismon nu tuo con
tliient of Europe nnd In Great Britain.
On entering this department will bo
Iouml on one side oi tlio storu an immense
stock of couts, pelisses, dolmans, etc.,
while on the other side fur wraps of every
description ars displayed for Inspection.
In woolen garments light mixed cloth coats
ot excellent shape, with seal cloth collar
and cults, are In all sizes for $5 each, as
aro also plain cloth trimmed with plush, for
$0. Imported ulsterettes, in seven dllferent
styles ot cloth ana ornamentation, very
stylish and pretty, some with plush trim.
mings and others with astrachan mill braid
ut 620 and $25. These aro of a very supc.
rior make and sold ut such prices aro
greatly neiow value.
Silk diiiniisso coals trimmed with plush,
very llnu and beautiful, nro $1)0, while wool
uuitalasse, almost us handsome us u silk,
trimmed with fur, which forms both collar
mid limit, entirely now and original In dc
sign, may bu bought for $25,
French coats, profusely trimmed with
braid and in a variety of colors sage.
terra cotta, ereen. geiidarmu bluu for the
youthful, ub well us moro sober tints for
those ot uiaturcr years can no nlitaineil tor
mid sa, i nu exquisite material, win-K
ami trimmings on tuesu coats are purlieu
larlv worthy of notice.
Ulsters of heavy cloth, in quiet checks,
than which nothing can be more comfort.
uble, are from $14 to $10, while the most
desirable of ull tliu imported cloth wraps is
one which in stylu is somethtui; between a
iloimmi mill uisterette, uuoiitruslvu thougli
elegant, at $1)5.
Tliu cloth pelisse, by some called redhi.
gotes. trimmed with a niching of the samo
material, may bu found here of every
quiuiiy unu in prices ranging irom 91:3 to
If something lu the fur line Is deemed
desirable the g homier can turn to thu op
posite sldu of the storu and inspect somour
ull of the many fashloniiblo fur garments,
which, owing to thu Immense demand for
them this winter, are hero 111 inu iiciiest
profusion mid ut moderate prices.
At this department thev will learn that
the seal holds Its own as the leading
Invortlo hi (lie world of fashion, nltliotii'li
tho tmttirnl licnvur Is highly esteemed, nnd
tlio cvcr-henutUtil chinchilla Is hardly be
hind them In tho eyes ot thoso who know
Sntln ltlmilnmes nnd irrns irrnln. fur-llncd
clrculnra limy be hail nt i32 mill ttpwnnl to
$120. Seal cents, slightly longer limn Inst
year's styles, enn bo hnd from i75 up to
)U,wmiu iloimnus, coiiciitnnn a unties utiil
tippets nro here, vnryluuj lu size nnd tittnll
tv nnd tirlni! i fnr trlmttiincM. wlilnh mill fu
tile ynrd, from 40 cents to 920, nro nlso to
no imil tor ornamenting wrnps or every
kind. After seeing nil that Is worth look
ing nt on tho llrst lloor tho shopper will
nscend to tho second story, whero tho
stock room for reitdymndc suits is shunted.
Hero nil tliu now styles in wool nnd novelty
goods nro found, from simple nnd lightly
trimmed skirts and basques of nil-wool
llnmiol, plainly ntul neatly miulo for $5 up
to elaborate costumes in caslimerc, silk and
other woolen fabrics nt $!M, iJIO nnd $50.
On this lloor, too, nro exhibited shawls of
every description, tho chief, wool, Scotch
nnd llroclio from $5 to $fiO, witli Imitation
Imllns from $25 to $125, nnd tho 9iiperb
Valley Indian Hint cost nnywhero from
$2,00 to $2,000. Less expensive Imllns of
tliu Chtulilii, Deceit, etc., mngo from $35
Passing out of this room Into tho next
ono will bo found n tnngnlllcent nssortmcnt
nt fringes, laces, buttons nnd the like, not
fnr sale there, however, although their du
plicates inny bo found In tliu various de
partments oil tho main lloor, but these nro
to be used on the clcgnnt dresses exhibited
here costumes tit fnr nn empress, or
better still, for tho representative Ameri
can woman of moro than royal grace ami
Tlieso magnificent robes nro generally
combinations of plain and brocaded velvet
nnd silk, richly trimmed with renl laco or
other costly ornamentation nnd nre In prlco
from $100 up to $250. Hut the most at
tractive portion of tliii department is that
recently opened, consisting of parlors,
exhibition mid littlug rooms, devoted to
ordered work. Tlieso pnrlors, covered with
Wilton enrpet, furnished with ebony,rlchly
upholstered, nro brightened nnd beniitllicd
with tho open. tiled fireplace, brass until
rons, shovel, tongs mid fender, tho whole
surmounted by n curved oaken mantel.
Scattered throughout tho rooms nre nntiqiio
ebony cabinets nnd tables, while tho dull
richness of tliu pnpcrhniiglng brings out to
perfection tliu pleasing pictures upon tho
Opening out of tho large parlor nro other
charming bljous of rooms, nmong which Is
n dark one, the lloor of which is covered
with n liuiiilsome sage-colored carpet, with
the furniture of pnle blue satin, nnd the
walls from lloor to celling composed of
French pinto mirrors, ntul which is bril
liantly lighted for tho exhibition of evening
colors, nnd a study of the effect of such
colors by gnsllglit. An entrance to this
little parlor seems to the uninitiated like a
veritable visit to Fairyland, inasmuch ns
the visitors find themselves duplicated and
reduplicated so many times that the mltila
tu re apartment seems transformed Into a
vast snloon, nnd they In tho midst of n
crowd of people. Nothing better could
ever bo devised for showing American
queens how they look m royal robes.
Description can give but a raguu and un
satisfactory idea of all that is to lie seen nnd
purchased lu this most complete depart
ment of its kind in Philadelphia or per
haps tho world.
Tho best medicine of the ago for
quickly curing indigestion, nervous
ness, etc., is Brown's Iron Bitters.
Are the Purostand Best
Bitters over mado.
They aro compouhded from
Hops, Malt, Bttcliu, Mandrnko
and Dandelion, tho oldest, best
and most valuable) medicines in
tlio world and contain all tho best
and most curativo jiroporties of nil
other remedies, bojng tho greatest
Blood Furificr, Liver Uegulntor,
and Lifo and Health Restoring
Agent on earth. No discaso or
ill health can possibly long exist
whero tP Bitters nro used, so
varied and porf ect their operations.
They givo now lifo and vigor to
tho aged nnd infirm. To all
whoso employments causo irregu
larity of tho bowels or iirhnry
organs, or who requiro on Appeti
zer, Tonio and mild Stimulant,
jron Bittcr3 aro invaluable, being
highly curative, tonio and stimu
ng, without intoxicating.
No matter what your feelings or
symptoms aro, what tho diseaso or
ailment is, use nop Bitters. Don't
wait until you aro sick, but if you
only feel 'bad or miserable, tiso
jjop Bitters at once. It may savo
your life. Hundreds havo been
saved by bo doing. $500 will bo
paid for a caso thoy will not euro
Bcmcmber, jrop Bittors is no
vilo, drugged, drunken nostrum,
but tho Purest and Best Medicino
over mado; tho "Invalid's Friend
and hopo," and no person or
family should bo without it. (8)
In fi hfltlvn ('nro
lrur 'ill (lioie VjiUTuI (unp1ulntaand W 1tneuM
j U'luiiaou tu our lipt female population
A 2!.Hrltio for Wnmw, IiiTpnlcilby a Woman,
l'rrparoil 1jr a Woman.
U Outfit Ur4ftl Ditto ?rf SIocolU It ofltlfcUrj,
t3;t rnTlre th droopln? iplrlti, Invigorate! nnd
h inn the orsaido f unstloaa, ulr tilrutlclty and
llrmtiais to t!io itcp, roatore tU natural luatro to ttio
cTi'i 01 1 pi "ita on tli p-Uo check of woman tbe f ruh
ro pi of H.'o'i prinj a:il early mramcr time,
t--PhyjIilans Use It arU Proscribe It Freely
It reunTM fitntneis, fhtubney, deitroyi all craving
for itlrmilaut, and rcUarea weakness of the atomach.
That fud:nj of Warhj down, causing pain, weight
an 1 backache, U olwayn permanently cured by Its use,
Fcrtho cure of Kidney Complaint of clthor ecx
thli Compound It uuiurpatscd.
I.YIUA K. l'lNKIIAM 111.00 1 I'UUIFIKU
will eradicate evtry vuilue or Humors frura thu
IllooJ.Afidtflve tono and Rtrrnffth to the syetem. of
luanwutnanur child. Intit un Lai log It,
Dith tho Compound and Claod Purifier are prepared
at 233 and Stt Wcntern Atcouo, Lynn, Mau, Trice of
either, $1. Six bottle for Bent by mall In the form
of pills, or ofloxengfi, on receipt of price, 1 per box
for either. Mrs. rinkham freely answers all letUnot
Inquiry, Enclose Set vtamp. Bend for pamphltt.
No ftmllr hou!d b without LYDIA E. riXK!!Alf8
IJVKU 1' LL3, Ther cuio constipation, bUiousneaa,
ojid turpldity of theUrer U cents per box,
tftTHoIdby aUllrutfslu.& "
CATARRH Slys'Cream Balm
tut r.nsnl passages of
Catarrh il virus, caus.
dl' healthy recretlonB
nluys lull iinmatlon,
Erotecti tho mem.
runt) from addllloiial
calds.coinplutely he Is
tho sores and restores
tuo sense of taste and
smell, illenenclal re
suits are realized by a
few applications, A
will cure catarrh, hay
fever. a Uncqualed
for colds In the head.
Agreeauie in use. Ap-
iy oy mo nine notrer
nto thu .nostrils, on
receiptor filly cents will mall a package for sale
by all druggists,
KI.V'S UKUAM VMM CO., OwcgO, N, Y,
Cams Scrofula. Eryslnol&s,
Pimplos nnif Face Grubs,
Blotches, Uoils, Ttimors, Tet
ter, Humors, Salt iihoum,
Scald Hoad, Soros, Morcurlal
Diseases, Fomalo Woaltncrs
nnd Irregularities, Dizziness,
Loss oi Appetite, Juandicc,
Aitoctions ot tho Liver, Indi
gestion. Biliousnoss, Dyspep
sia and Oonoral Debility.
A courted tWrdock R1ool Bitten till utlifr U
m.1.1 -nit. ,1 thu It I, thfl Oteiteit lllaoil 1'urlfUr on
l)itfctln in lcit Ungutgef. I'Rtcn, t.co.
FOSTER, MILBU'N 4 CO., Prop'l. Buffa'e, N.Y,
TOD. 17 lr. "61
IS A .9,U?K CURE
for nil dlacasoa of tho Klcinoya end
crsaa, Ki&Mlnc it to throw offtorptditj "d h
lllilCl.Oni IUIDUWU1HI uwiiwi.
tia Ut. and by kecplnj tho bowel in tno
condition, croollng in reeular dlschnrcs.
K3 blllotu, dypUe. or conitlpMod, ICldnoy
Wort will turoly rolle nd quickly ouro.
la tlio Oprlni tooleaxJOlliCycttni, ovcry
ono ohouM tako ft Uiorcruja courio of It.
it. uni nnvnnUDOIOTS. Prison.
BLOOMSBURG PLANING MILL
Tho undersigned uavlrnr put Ills Planing Mill
on Kallroad street, In nrst-ciass condition, Is pre
pared to do all kinds ot work In bis line.
FRAMES, SASH, DOORS,
tarnished at reasonable prices. All lumber used
Is well seasoned and none but skilled workmen
ESTIMATES FOR BUILDINGS
furnished on application. I'lans and dpccinca
tioas prepared by an experienced draughtsman,
JOHN A. FUNSTON & CO.
Ileal Estate, Trust, Investment,
and Collection Olhce, Blooms
burg, Columbia County, Penn'a,
Properties for Sale in Columbia County,
03 acres In Madison township, large Louse.lrAme
barn and out-bulldtngs i good fruit, water and
fair quality land. Reasonable price and terms.
Owned by Mrs. Esslck.
TO acres In Benton township, near New Colum
bus. A very desirable and productive farm with
good buildings, fruit, water tc. Prlco $3000,
10S acres In Klshlngcreek township, neirZlon
church, llrlck dwelling, barn and sheds, good
water, two orchard! and other fruits, l'rlco and
235 acres in Jackson township, small farm
cleared, with farm buildings. A saw mill and
dwelling. Also a large quantity of pine and hem
150 acres ot excollentland In MlfUln township,
on road between Berwick and MIlUlii, owned by
John Wolf, Ksq., on N. & W. 11. It. K. Brick
house, farm buildings, orchard, water, sc.. and
suniclotit supply of timber. A valuable property.
1M acres In Madison township, near Jersey
town, Oood frame house, barn, water, fruit and
timber. Will bo sold cheap and on good terms.
T acres In Madison township near Van Uorn's
school house, with frame house, stable and good
es acres In Hemlock township near Kvan's Mill.
Frame house, bank barn, young orchard of choice
fruit, good meadow, running wator, Ac.
113 acres of excellent farm land n miles west
of Bloomsburg. Farm buildings and two tenant
luo acres In Flue township, near l'lne summit.
Farm buildings fruit, water and considerable tlin
s acres of llmsstine with three kilns In Centre
A 8W Btory woolen mill with full set of machln
cry, a good natural water power, all la good work
ing order with good trado. Also a large dwelling.
barn and out-bulldlngs. Also 'it acres of land on
Little Klshlngcreok, (miles from Bloomsburg
Also ten other farms In various localities.
Properties in Bloomsburg and Else
A large, comfortable and nearly new three Btory
brick residence on South Market street, with
Mansard roof, gas, water, cold or hot, range, bith
room, heater lu cellar, stable, well, choice fruit,
sc., all in llrst rato condition, Price roasoatble
and terms easy.
A carriage manufactory with tools and trade,
desirably located on Iron street, below Main,
Two pleasantly located brick residences on
Two large framo dwellings on Third street,
A neat trarno residence on Main street, West
Bloomsburg, with stable, good water and fruit
Urouuds and building In best condition.
A very desirable brick on Main street, suitable
tor business and residence combined.
A double brick residence on East Main street,
desirably located, Terms eusy.
A frame house on Sixth street near Market.
brick and also a frame dwelling on Fifth street,
both In good condition, Fleasant homes.
Two small frame dwellings In East Bloomsburg,
cheap. Two frame dwellings on Iron street, cheap.
a large new brick rostdenci at the corner ot Third
akd West streeu,
A vry desirable frame dwelling on Fourth
street, Catawlssa with 'table, watsi, fruit, c,
also at Catawlssa. asoalyard with siding, Urg
bed ot &ood sind, dwelling on premises, part of
which can be used as building lots.
Also, other propertied not mentioned, andde
slrable building lots located on Market, Fifth,
west and other streets
Strict attention paid to thoexamlnatlonot titles
nno;to conveyancing, and a'l matters bubmlttet
promptly attended to at, lowest rates charged by
real citato agendas. For particulars apply to
JOHN A. FUWn'ON,ar
THE l'AKT AGRAPII 1JINDUU.
FOR BALE OSUV AT
"THE COLUMBIAN" OFFICE
OALL AND BEE.
M. C. SLOAN & BRO ,
M inuractiircrn of
CARRIAGES, BUQQIES, PHAETONS,
SLEIGHS, PLATFORM WAGONS, &C.
First-class work always on hand.
ItEPAlMXQ XEA TL YDONK.
Prices reducetUo xiitjhc timet.
Bllvorrcaro, Watches, Jowolry, Clocks.
All kinds of Wutclios. CltckB and Jcwelrv neat
1; repalrod.nnd warranted.
may u. -t9-w
WM. F. BODINEt
IHON ST., BELOWSEHOND.BLOOMSHOItQ, FA.
is prepared 10 ao au kuius oi
Plain and ornamental,
BOTH DECORATIVE AND PLAIN.
All kinds orFurnlturc Rcpnlrcd
and iiiRtlo an koo1 iih now.
NONE BUT FIRST-CLASS WORKMEN EMP
LOYED. Estimates Mado on all Work,
WM. F. BOD1NE.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
nas purchased the Stock and Business ot I. Ha
genbuch, and Is now prepared to do all kinds of
work in bis line. Plumbing and Uas Fitting a
pcclolty. Tinware, Stoves,
NqES A.MD Heaje1s
In a great variety. AU work done by
Main street corner ot East,
Of every description Uulcd and
bound to order; aiso bindi-r of all Peri
odicals such as Harper's, Century,
St. Nicholas, Peterson's, &c. In fact
all Publications bound in lateHt and
moat substantial styles.
Correspondence Solicit ei,
J. W. KlEOKn,
110 & 112 W. MAKKET STREET,
J. S ALTZER'S
General Sewing Machine Depot,
fifth Store Below MM St,
White Sewing Machine
New Davis Vertical Feed Sew
New Home Sewing Lindane,
Household Sewing Machine,
Estey Sewing Machine,
Genuine Singer Sewing Machine,
Singer Pattern Sewing .Machine,
AtMtMimnntB. hpst Hewlne Machine Oil. and Nee
iiiah fnr nit Kmvtni? mnnninpfl. Knwlntp Machines
sold on montUly luiyinents- Liberal discount
made for ensn. Every iiiaciuno nurcuan-a irom
me U warrantedto be kont m good runnluir oMer
fnr Hvn v,.nra fri'i, fif rtinrLTR. mill thorutlll In
structlons ulven by tlio best lady operator In this
pan ot tliu maie ire" oi cmirK", h..uuhuo "
bwck oi macuines ueiure pun.ua.iinw.
TAINWHWIiT St CO,,
rUAS, SVHUl'S, COFl'EB, SUOAlt, MOLASSI H.
HICK, an8, bicihb aoiu, AC, Ac.
N, E, corner Second and ArcU utreeU.
reorder! will receive promptattenuon'
ALMOST AS BAD.
WWul Urn 1HTiU'Xi'iI l'li)U'liui ilulu t'ni'u
"I'll tell you tho lioneit truth," nnswered tho
doctor, "IlrlL'hl'i Dlieane bothers ttio medical
men almost aa badly ua cmcur does. Ilavlnc
paaaed a certain Btaite, both point tiruli;ut u
eternity. It may be unproteaslonal lo let uut tho
Hecret, but lieuever a pallciil comes to me with
lirlEhl's lmease, trany kl'luoy trouMo actluu
like It, I tell iilmtoputon IIK.NSO.N'S OAl'L'INK
I'OKOUS I'l-ASl'lfU without UeUy."
'ILe doctor spoke by tho card. The Capclue
roes rlsht lo tho spot, It you enn be helped, tho
Oapclnu will do It. Iok out for frauds. Is the
word OAl'L'INK cut iu tin' inmaio or tue pittbitr 7
If bo, you are all rlifbt, l'rlco Mceuts. tcauurya:
jjeu l'i W
JEvery Ktc) Organ
Sold in made
J'jqiial fidelity, and
Yields unrivaled tones,
Send for Illuttratcd Catalogue.
CELEB HTI ffIB PIANOS
MM' A TSfB TKlx TO U
And other first class Pianos, and a largo lot of
FIFTH STORE BELOW MARKET STREET,
FINE . INLAID FRENCH WALNUT
Easy Terms. SatlN(avtlon tiuaraiitfctl.
iJA-OOISr'S PIA1STO 'WH,E ROOMS,
MUSIC HALL I5I.OCK, WILIIES-DAB.RE, PA
Used In tho prtaclpiH'hurclics for Communion
Eveellf3nt far LarllG" and WGlklv Per-
XiiiCWltlll, 1J1 iiauit- aiiu YVl.ah.iy ffcl
sons and tho Aged.
Speor's Port Grope Wine!
FO UR YE AH8 OLD.
THIS OELEllltATED NAT1VS WINK Is n aile
from the Julco o. Hie oporto drape, railed In
this country, its Invaluable
Tonle ani Strengtiuahg Properties
are unsurpassed by any other Nallvo Wlno. Us
Inglho.puro Julco of thodrap?, proaunol under
Mr. Spucr'a own personal supervision, Its parity
and genuineness urn guarint-eq I'he voungCKt,
child 'Myputako ot ,ts generous ipulltles, mid
tho vtcakoit invalid uso It to ailvanrngo. It. Is p ir-
ticuiuilv DenenciJt to ico ntcn ami (leuiinaicci,
and Bulled to the vnrlom nllim-nts that affect thu
weaker spx. It Is lu every respect . WINE'iO
11F. KEL1E1) O.N.
iliu i . ,i. nu nun i ish ,i ..u',,.,, vim-
acter, and partukes of tin Hell ipialltles uttlio
grape trom which It l mudi.'. Kor Purity, Klcli.
ness, Flavor nnd Medlclu il Properties, It will be
1B. .T. ISq'sbbb
ThlsllllANliY stands unrivalled In this Country
being far superior ror medicinal purposes.
IT is I'UltK distill itlon from the giwpe.and con
tains valuaolo incilicliia prm i-rtles.
It has a delicate llawr, Mmilir tu that of the
grapes, from which It I- dtiiillcd, mil is In great
favor amonir ilrit-class families.
KcolliatlhOHlgnaturoof AI.FIIKD HI'EIIII, Fas
salc N. J, Is over the cork of each totllo,
SOLiD BY O. A. KLF.IM.
and in- imuanisis bvkhvwiibue.
Bept, s, 'j.' l-y.
To Mervow Sufferers ThsOrfat European
DR. J. B.BUfSON'S arr.CUIC MKllICINE,
Ur.,1. II. Simpson's Speeino Medicino is a pnsl
tlve cure (or overwork of imdy or brdn ornvcuas
of any kin l.sucli as weakueis and all diseases re.
Bulling from Nervous lability. lrrlUbliuy,.Mnt.il
Anxiety, Languor, Lassuudo.llejiri'sslonoispirita
and lunciiouai uerangemenisni 1111 uertuussys
ttiin iinerjl.v. I'liins lu tho
nueK ur nine, uiss
naturii o il nze
mil diseases that
lead to cnnsinpl.
wly grave or
Doth, No matter
lion shuttered tho
lystcm may bo
tuin uxLunHHH or any kTIui. a "Miortcourso of this
medicine win resioro uio iosi luncuons and pro
cure health and happliiesswhero heio-n was de
spondencv and gloom, The bpeclllo Medlcluo Is be
ing used with wonderful success.
Pamphlets sent free to all. Write for them and
get full nutrlciiiar
I'rl'M', Bu "Milo ll.no per inckage.orslx packages
for f 3,i u, Will ho sent by mall nu reoeipt of money
Addressall orders, .1. II. WIMPi'iN's MKUKIINK
CO, Noi. lo and tuMaln Btr.et, llurfalo, N, Y.
For sale by J, II, KINl'OHTS, JlloomVmi v, Pa.
lnnritr flltnjf.is in i Jt il iiwK-h I Ibt-rul teiim
JCvci'u httirp shnultl
Select an Ovnau
U'iut fitttntntecH food
JiJeenj tiny wcrl: and
Year a of service.
J. ESTKY & CO., llrnttlclioro, Yl.
CASE ORGAN, 9 STOPS, 800 CASH
P T?M3Tfi'WQ for Soldiers, Widows, Parents
i unmuiiumn children. Any aisease,
wound nr lnmrv entlilen. MIUIous aDnronnate
nnd working force doubled. Prompt worn and
noines m?uu najipy, reo iu. ppiy nun,
WIDOWS, rd-marrled.now entitled diir.ni.' widow.
hood, (ireat suceess In INt'UK.Vi: enses. Hocntv
and Kick Pay and UNchar.'es procured. Deserters
piilltl"d to all due3 und'T now .w. I'ateiilH
fnr Inventor. L Hid Warrants nrocured. bought
1 aim soiu. run "houi.d ,t miluikk." iwceaiy
PAPeri Sample copy free, fcndaiamp for fall iu.
htrtFilons blunkh ami bounty tunle. N. W
FITilHllALU & CO., Pension, Patent and Land
Atl JS, WASIll.MHUS, v. v.
nlJ. Dec. M w.
lor tuo Cure ol
AVi EPSLEPTiC FJT3.
,r h . Tf.mi rn1n llttn nf Ijindnnl. vena makei a ro
ei uiy cf P f 't v, l.m without il.mlt tu'fila J nua
1 orr. si i ut oiiyvtliff )Hlnt( i.lijtliliiti, I'.ueuccct
j i !,racmUbltii;i u Iioj.M cf riu of
i f i , ii 1 i ..inlln vuii'PHnIiiliy enn il br lil'it. IU
) .) a rk on this dlxcAi'o, ulrh i aonds
n 1 -t- n" la of lilt rnmlvrfiilruro frt-t i i y tt r.
rt wtt.i i.tfty si-mllholr iiirtBi uml I O. xaait. U
t. h !) wUhlntf iichio t') ft't'lf
if. Ait. UlubLl'OtU, o. vu J..l.uSt.,New Yort,
m anivw Now Edition NowRendv.
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uno fcOIJ' ll'll
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From llm lHstrlcts ot AsAM, Cmmuoxo, Caciiah
n.niill ,.l.l,ni, 1'tUKKLlMI, 1'KIIKA I'OON, II
oihrs. Absolutely pure. Superior In nav
'l ho Mist Hoouomical. Iteiiuiroi only half i
usual iitianllty. hold by all grocers JOHN
i n i i.i.iri k i "., Agcnui or me Calcutta
syndicate, nil Wuter-St. N. V.
uov, ll-l w d
au:.ts! Ai:x-fl'sj Anvrs
1 nrr.l.N. DOnnil'S bran1 new book, tntiilcd
By brcn. Sherman.
TI.U new vroik wai tt om ul.,crl.c,l fjr ,v l-rnuhn
Allllllll fill I ,htV (ll'.MKl 011.1 ,f HM, .SlitniMH. Otn.
u,, ,n. .--"'Tt'niM, ,,. Imaul, Bli.l r'"i'i'b bt I'm
IncnlMcn. Oil (Iium-. .lmil,ll.ii,.i..u:,.
Life furuiiH.i ' ln.i. nir (Mitliil..l.)ia)1rt
Uillxx.lti Imimiuc i nine. lC ll Iho o(. nnlh.nl),. .,.,.,, ,
cl our IndUiu mr .uUlili,l, fully r callus llirlr "Inner
inc.-iiini ii.un;i, ciMail.,i.t. III. rq.lillth Ihrllllnt
upcrlouciiof t'.ioAul'ior, un.l i.f f.moue Bcouli, Tmrir
Ciiw-liDji, M ntr. Ilotdrr IIuHUui, clc.HU.lly .ititavlni
Lifo la Ilia (lira! Wntu it ku. 4Uil l,,mx.,n,l In mu.
Willi liU'el l:n;runj, nn I fupcrl) Chti.lim.I.llliocruili
riatoi In 15 colun, Irnm hritofnjihi made l.y tliu L. 8.
uiiviTuiiuni tjj'irwtfjor irili prcul work,
AllL.M'.il 'J croiil biok li nmv nul.,rllln- .11 ,11..
1011, .Vo cowjKlilion. ArenUtvenuii 10 lotto orilert
"ly. Wo anl 100(1 mo.) r;cn' el c.nct. jireMii
i.rnrorvnn.1 .-ciiii tt'rm onrii. Otir hvu rlrrnlare wl!
iuii panii.iii.ire .1.. . a fio Siictlnuii l'laie ernl
aUil!en lor il f. ill el inn. A'l-.. ',a 1 ri,l,..
A. 1J. M'llllTIIIVirril.N (II, Iliu nun, r v
our rms ouri
Wohavo8toro8lnlo loacllnir Cities,
Irani wlili.'i our ayuutAnlitiilu the r ,111 1 hi 1111I1 Hy,
lliir I'juMilin u iu I'lim'timl . (Il,ii. no vi
I. lie, I'.i. n .il tor yur Nvir t'liliiliuiuv (Ul
Mil- I . vh. AcUlli'-j
M , 'AlJ ai2Lncknwniin.iAvo
L.-J .Jj UtELi. QCHANTOU, PA.
fif'a Hnklnyour ou lown. Tniinand Uout
uullt fieu, AddretH II, IIai.ht.v co Portland
Maine, march HI -ly
.VVt'Jf!'" MMMINO, RMTORu 'ad
RAILROAD TIME TABLE
JENNSYJjVANIA HAII.KOAT). l'HIL-
. AUKLVUfA & KI1IB 11,11. 111VISION.
l'hlladolnhtA nnd Krln Itn Iroad Dlvlslnti nn,i
Northern ueutrnl Hallway,
SU.MMWU TIM I! TAMiH.
In effect Juno till, 15S2, trains lcavo Nortlimn.
ss n. m. Soa Shoro Kxnrcsifnr Minburv. llnr.
rlsburc and Intcrmcdlato stations, Lancaster,
I'hlladelphln, New York, llalllmoro nnd WnMilnc.
ton, arrlvlna nt Philadelphia s.io p,tn.t Now
York, (US p. in. llftltlmore, li.lo p. in. i Walilntrton
0.41 p. in.. inaKiiiK t-iusu i;uum;eiiuiii, ill. l uunuCW
phla for all SeaShoro points.
1.19 p, m. D.iy express for Hunburr, Harris,
hurir and Inlcrmcdlaln ftatlons. Lnucnsier. Phil.
ndelplna, New l ork, llaltlmoro nnd Wnshlnirton,
nrrhlngat Philadelphia 7.SJ p.m.: New York,
lo.m p. in, ; iiaiiwnurL', i.vu p. in.; wuvmigton, I.7
p.m. I'ullinan Parlor car thruuch to rhllndcl.
plila and passencer coaches through to Philadel
phia ami llaltlmorr.
e.oB p. in. willlamsport Accommodation for
fiunburv, llarrlsburc nnd nil Inti'itncdlato Mn
tlons, fjincasler, I'lillndplpnla nnd New York,
arrivlnir at. Philadelphia a.63 n. m, i Now York c.ib
n, m. slceplnc car sccommodatlons CAn bo secur
ed at Hnrrlsburf,' for Philadelphia and Now York.
Philadelphia panscii Kcrs con icmiln In Blooper un.
disturbed until 7 u. iu.
l.wsn.in. i;no ,mou inr Minuury, iinrnsmirif
and Intermediate Miilluns, I nhrusier, I'hllndil
phla, New York, llaltlinore aud Washington, nr.
rlvlns nt Philadelplihi 7 ru n, m. ; New Yink, 11.13
n. m, llaltlmoro 7,n b, m. : Wnshlnt;.
ton, 0.17 a, m. Through rulimm Biccplnir cats
nre run on this train lo I'hlladelphln, llaltlmoro
and nnslitnplon, anil through passenger coaches
to Philadelphia and llaltlinore.
ssn. m lirlo Mall for El lo and all Intermediate
stations with thiough Pullman Palace cor and
through passenger coaches to Krle.
tor uananaaigua nnu iiiierineiuaio hiniions,
llochester. llnnalo and Nlngara Kalis, with Pull
man l'alaco car and passenger coaches through lo
1.45 p. in. Niagara Express for Knno nnd Inter
mediate stations with through passenger coaches
to Kane. For Cannnd.ilgtia and principal Intcr
mcdlato stations, Kochcsicr, liuilaloana Niagara
Fulls with through parlor carlo Watklns and
through passenger coaches to Itochestcr.
6.S5 p. ih., Fast, line for Lock Haven and Intcrmc
dlato stations, nnd Elmlra, Wntklns nnd Interme
diate stations, with through passenger coaches to
TllHOUmi THAINS FOIl NOKTIIUMIIUIII.ANO
F1IOM TUB EAST AND M1UTH.
Niagara Express leaves Now York, BSOn, m. ;
hlladelohla s.40 a.m.: Wi.slilm.Mon. s.u'n. m.:
llaltlmoro u.vio a. tn arriving nt Northumberland
.41) p. m., wiui inrougu t'uumnn l'nnor car irom
lilladelphlaand through passenger conches from
'hlladelphla and Baltimore.
Fast Lino lentes New York 7.55 n. in. : Philadel
phia, 11.03 a.m.; Washington, 9.37 a.m.; Haiti-
more, iu.ou n. in., arriving no noriiiumucnanu
no p. m wun inrougii passenger coacuea irum
hlladelphla nnd llaltlmoro.
Erlo Mall leaves New York 7.65 n. m.: Philadel
phia, ll.so p.m.; Washington, M p. m.; Haiti
more, U.so p. m., arrh Ing at Nerthumuerlanit ,C
a. in., with through Pullman l'alaco Bleeping cars
from Philadelphia, Washington nnd llaltlinore
and through passenger coaches from Philadelphia.
OUTHERN CEN'TItAL UAILWAY
On and after February 19th.19Sl.tratns will leave
Sunbury as follows :
Northern Express c.3o n.m.,arrlvo Elmlra U.30 pm
Arrive nL unnnnuaigua a.-tn p, m,
" llochester 4.40 "
" Nlaeara. B4.'i '
Niagara Express 1.50 p. in. srrlvo Elmlra 0.03 p in
nrnvo mniilliiaigiia r.nu "
" llochester V 4.1 "
" NhiLurn 11.M1 u m
Fast lino 0.15 p in artlvn Elmlra 10.211 p m
Southern Express 1.32 a.m. arrive Ilarrlsb'g 8.10 am
arrive rniiacieipiua i.eu
" New York 9.35 "
" llaltlmoro 1,(D
" Vnshlmrtonf..22n m
Lock Haven Ex 10.50 a m nrrlvo Ilarrlsb'gli.tB pm
urmo I'uiianeipuia d.iii p in
" New York 8.45 '
" llaltlmoro r.u)
" Washington 0.47
Day Expressl.BO p m arrive Ilarrlsburg 3.S9 p m
riiuaiiei'Jiua i.ua "
" N'cwYoiK IO.011 "
" llaltlmoro T.uu
" Wnshlnirton R.17
Erlo Mall l.f 5 a. to, nrrlvn llarrlsburg s.nu a. m
" I'liuaupipiiiu i.uo
" New York U.31 "
" llaltlmoro 7,oo
" Washington wi
J.K. WOOD, General Passenger Asjent.
FHANK THOMSON, General Manager.
piIILADELPHA and HEADING KOAB
ARUANGEMENT OF PASSENGER
Juno M, 1SS2.
TRAINS I.KAVE 11UPKIIT AS POU.OWflJStlHDA V
For Now York,l'hlladelpUla,Ilcadlng,rottsvllie
Tamaqua, &c, 11,45 a. m
For Catawlssa, 11,45 a. m. 4 to and 7,20 p. m.
For Willlamsport, 0,15 s,to a. m. and 4,06 p. m.
TKAIWS FOB. KOrKUT I.SAVS AS KOLLOWB, (SbKOAY
Leave Now York, via. Tnmaucnd 9,00 n. ra. and
via. Hound Brook Itouto 7,45 a. in.
Leave Philadelphia, 9,45 a. m.
Loavo Heading, 11,63 a. m., l'ottsvillo, 12,30 p. in
and Tamaqua, 1,35 p. m.
Leave Catawlssa, 0,10 (1,40 a. m, and 4,00 p. m.
Leave WllllaraRFort,9,45a.m,2,oop.m. and 4,30 p. m
rasscngers to and from New Y'ork, via. Tama-
nend and to and from Philadelphia go through
without change of cars.
J. . WUUTTJ5N,
C. a. HANCOCK,
General Passenger nnd Ticket Agent.
EfjAWAItE, LACKAWANNA AND
p.m. p.m. a.m.
a.m. p.m. ii.it
1 0 M 43
.. West I'lttslou
8 25 0,1
8 23 1 50
1 46 13 42
7 53 11 25
7 26 12 lr
7 20 12 00
7 13 11 47
7 09 11 40
7 C5 11 32
6 57 11 10
6 M 10 CS
45 10 69
6 37 10 44
6 IS 10 21
6 10 1(1 OS
6 04 10 00
I 45 9 40
p.m. a.m. a.,m.
p.m. p.m. a.m.
, . . W. F. IIALSTKAl), SUDt.
Superintendent's offlco. scranton. Feb, 1st, 1S2.
hisu ant tlrcuwiij
in rf'uil by tin .c
siiniUj an on ac
ouiit of iti fuiwrior
't.lcaii'tnfs aiKi mini v.
fit cont.itiii materials
or.;- that rrc liencficinl
to tlio twi)i and Jiair
Restores the Voutlilt;! Color to Grey or faded Hair
rarkcri u&ir Ualsam Is r.Rc!y pcifumca and h
warranieil to pet rut foiling t tlio liair nml m re
move dandruff ftiijiitliiuj. Ht&cox Vc Co , N.Y,
BI"M "'i "t dealin In OrufiinJ UMjIcInvi,
A SunetlallvQ llsaitli nnd Strennth lipttnr.r
If yoii nro a mechanic or f. nirr, worn out with
overwork, raii nhcr nui t hi by family or house
hold uiuks try I'AhkTi.'i. I ,r 1,1 u '1 unic,
If J 011 i.ro n fan ycr, mini.irr rrbuMnennunex
Iwinii d ly mental klr.iin or nn .iou c.ire, do not tako
1 'f5?uliavo I onnimptiou, Djpe,ia, Ilheuma.
Um, KUImyl omplaliiiigOriuiydiMiiikroflhelungi,
iiornacli. Imcli, lloodcr ncuw Pakkcii's (iiKi.mt
1 onic wilUuie you. 1 1 it Ilia l,reaickt lllood Purifier
And the Ccsl and Surest Caugii Cure Ever Utci).
If 1 mi ria witling away fioi.iniic, diipation or
tny tlisc.i-e or w tiakneu md ri.iiili a a tlimulanl tako
(jihgeoTiimc uKiicc) itwilliinljoraic and build
vou up from ih.i futt doio but v. ill never intoxicate.,
llliaitatcdlumdtuU otliu ., it may tave jouri,
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ccoipoi.a el Hi. Uil wii-ilbl Tj-t ,l 1 1 Hi. will J, tulli.nllr.ly
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