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The D a i I y R ev i e w
JOdH. T. J AMS, Editor & lrop.
WILMINGTON. N. a
FRIDAY; MARCH 9. 1882.
Catered it the roe to 13 ce At Wilmington, K. C,
- -. as second-class matter.
;An analysis ot tho final rot on the
. mWae unffbni ai reported by the
com mitte of conference shows thQ of
the 152 affirmative votes 17 were Dora
'ocraU. 2 Groenbackers and the remain
der Eepabl'cans. Of the, 116 negative
votes 13 were Republicans, 4 Green
backers and the remainder Democrats.
- Recent investigations into the density
cf population of Paris, as published in
the Globe, of that city, developes the
-fact that there are 63,126 houses, with
, a population of 2,260,000 inhabitants.
jempg an. average ot tnirty-tnree per
sons' lo each house. In New York the
wrengo number, to each dwellinghonse
is sixteen, in Boston eight, in Philadel
phia Tnearly six. There are more Indi
vidual owners of houses who reside in
them in Philadelphia than m any other
city in imo umieu maies.
. The sura of 5; 13,000,000 voted for the
rebonsirnetion of the fortresses vol
Strasbarg and Metz. according to the
Cologne .Gazelle, has all been expended
'and a further sum of $150,000 will b
ankftdfor soon. Previous to the war
of 1870 Straftbun? had only a fortified
rampart, out me uermans nave pro
Tided it with twelve detached farts, nine
of which are on the Rhine, and all of
theni are completed except the external
works of Mu add a helm and the Althci-
ner Kof. Around Meu the ramparts
comprise nineteen bastions, surrounded
by ditches and protected by thirteen
advanced works. Metz. in addition to
this stronr defence, is surrounded by
eight detached and independent forts,
distant on an average about two mile
txm the centre of the city, and forming
ft circle fourteen miles in circumference
These forts are named after the German
generals who distinguished themselves
the most during the war of -1870. and
tiro of them are provided with armor
plated turrets. - '
A New York letter ways: "Democratic
members of Congress are already, on
arrival home, giving notice that the
now tariff bill 'settles nothing.' and that
the whole thing will have to be gone
over again' at the next session, when.
with an uudisputed Democratic major-
ity in tne iiouse tne rroiectiomst:, as
such, will have to stand aside and make
w iy for a larger measure of free trat'e
llr. Abram S. Hewitt, you will ob
serve, in pursuance of this policy, has
already served formal notice that 'no
xaan ought to be elected Speaker of the
next House who advocated or vott d
for the Conference Tariff.' and that 'the
organization must be in the hand of the
revenue reformers.' The first clause
of this declaration, it will bo noticed,
unceremoniously rules out Mr. 'Randall,
of Pennsylvania; and other Democrats
of that school, but whether these gen
tlemen will consent to thus have the
door closed in their face by the New
York brethren in advance remains to
be seen. Mr. Cox and the remainder
of the New York delegation, it is. un
necessary to add, are in harmony with
-It Is - evident that the Charleston
;iSwf 'and Courier, one of the most
prominent newspapers in tho entire
Union,' does not . believe that a good
field hand is spoiled when you educate
the negro. Hear it on a kindred sub
ject: .The fools are not all dead yet. A
week or two azo .he editor of the
Eatonlon Chronicle, an obscure Georgia
piper, bearing a queer resemblance, in
name at least, to tne EaUtnswiU Gazette,
immortalized In Pickwick, published a
grave "leader" on the question whether
ft is right to allow a negro to subscribe
to a newspaper. This inquiry, it seems,
was prompte4 by a protect which , the
Georgia editor - had received from a
white subscriber against the policy-of
circulating the Chronicle amongst the
naimwa SnniA nfthfi RtnnhlAn news.
papers In the N rth' and West have
been idiotic enough to take up tho dis
cussion seriously, and want to hiip.ess
upon their Southern cotemporaries the
folly and wickedness ot not allowing
Cuffee to bask in the liht of .a free
cre-s.' Tnt News and Courier, sieakinz
for" Itself ami lor every other new
paper in the South, with the possible
xoepil n of the t onion , Chronicle.
ttnuM if Vnrthrn trwniil thai. whiUt
lb iUU TCI J isir jk,w vmioioiiuj in
CTwttxi number of colored readers, it
has nut half as many as it would like to
; have. YVhen the harpies whi. by dint
of the negro vote, held control ot the
rovernment f South Carolina from
- " .
1868 to 1076. were inrvaienea witn a
popular npil Ing at the polls airainstthe
oirraseons manner in which they had
plundered tie taxpayers, their jeering
reoly was: fWe don't care wirnt -you
eav about us. Our constituents, can't
Mieadr' It was a terrible truth rami it
Is doubtful if we would ever have been
freed from robber rule to this day, were
It not for the personal exertions of
Hampton,' Butler and their intrepid
companion-speakers who. In ' 1876.
stamped every nook and corner in the
State. . Since then the colored voters
have made vast strides in intelligence
and independence; and toiay Southern
journalists, bromptedjalike by patriot
1 ra and self-interest, desire nothing so
Dcsh as to see the colored population
trrennsd isto a thir.klsg and a read-
There was a young lady in Worcester
W ho could crow quite as well as rurces
ter, . ' :
She could whistle and sing,
Do most anything f
That boys can, except
That she wasn't adept
At climbing with no one to borceeter.
Connecticut has l,18d saloons and 1,
Eleven drunkards froze todeath in
Iowa last winter, under a prohibitory
The 6tate of Colorado is in condition
now to pay off its indebtedness, which
at most did not exceed a few hundred
thousand:.- .,- i ; j r
The production of the Pennsylvania
oil wells has reached its lowest staae.
and the new wells are much fewer than
they have been and are yielding com
paratively little. So says a j dispatch
from Titusvillc. - 1
Three Senatorial excursions are get
ting ready to travel. One will Investi
gate the Mississippi river, (the second
will inouire further into! the relations
bet ween capital and labor, and the third
wants to examine into the condition ot
the Yellowstone Park. I j
A man's li'.tle best is not. always
appreciated even in a prayer jueeting
Thus a New York man sang so discor
dantly, though heartily, that the tthei
Christians backed up tiie p Utr in
causing his arrest for disorderly conduct,
when ho refused lo stop sinir.ng.
Quick, complete enre, all annoying
KiUuey, Bladder and Urinary Disease.
1. Druggists. ' h
Ex-Senator Ferry is probablv the
djailest duck in the olitical . mud-hoK'.
Cassius M. Clay attributes sunstokts
as well as tho Hoods to the destruction
of forests. S !
The divorce sulk of Minuie Conway
ar int the t-oruetet, Ievy, iai Nevs
Ifoik, ha beenettkd. j
Hank Monk, ' the driver who took
H trace Greeley lo Placerville on time.
years ago, uieu at Uarson,. lliursuay.
It is stated the police have bevn or
dered to ctjnfiscate all oopie of Marshal
llazame s torthoiming. hist ry ot tht
Frauoo-Prussia war fouud iu France
Sir William Thompson adds the
S;use of force to tiio hvtt setises.ot man
making them six. Ills auit-nduieni
appears to be geuerally accepted by hit
o im peers iu scieuce.
It is stated that the notorious Due de
Morny has dime to America to capture
the daughter of a rich New York too less
who wishes to see her girl become a
duchess of even such a-duke.l !
Bill" Nye is reported ;by the Boom
erang to be in a hopeful condition at
Greeley, Col. His wife feels confident
that his eat ire recovery is a matter on
ly of time-a few months at most.
-The Pendleton Civil Service bill has
passed," remarked Mr. Wigginswonh,
from the interior of his paoer.! YVell,
I'm glad of that," said his wife. And
now I hope that our hired girls will
have a little manners." !
William, an honest, square sort of a
Pittsburgh lover, is a lawyer. It was.
therefore, a touching tribute when his
fiancee softly murdered, "Why J am 1
Lka the grand jury ?7 "Why. indeed?1
usecause l nave touna a true Bill."
. A reporter for an agricultural! paper,
in giving the features of a couutry fair
where horse-racing was the special at
traction, says : The fair consisted ol
a few big pumpkins, some venerai bed
quilts strung on a line, and bully hoss
irots." . - i
"Celibacy is "played out,'" said a
wellknown brokei to his friend, yester
dayfl afternoon, despondently. "Well,
why don't you broach the subjeo.? '
said the latter. The same evening he
did brooch the subiect by presenting hei
with one of those horse-shoe patterned
ones irom; -7s, and now the
are happy, for she was won and they
ootn wui soon oe one:
Mr. Henry C Pool. Newborn. N.C,
says: "I received great benefit from
Brown's Iron Bittters in general debili
ty." . -i i i
Rivals of Our Great Mortuary
On a tombstone in the Isle
is inscribed : t
To the memory of Miss Bertha
She was so pure within.
She cracked the shell of her earthly skin
Ana natcnea nerselt a cneruhim. i
A Mr. Charles Lam b. nut Elia. sleeps
oeneam mese woras:
Here lies the body of
Killed by a tree that fell slap bang.
A churchyard near Bury St. Edmund
has the following couplet:
Here lies the body of Deborah Dent:
She kicked up her heels and away she
went. . j
Devonshire furnishes another equally
good: - ' r j j. ,
- Here lies John Miadnw.
Why passl away like a shkdow,
N. B. 1 1 is name was Field, but. it
would ma rhj me. j f
The force f advertising, as Mr. Har"
rison say.. omld no luriher go than
here: ' - ' .; '
Here Hps the landlord of the Lion ;
Htt'i buried here in hopes nl Zin..
His wife resigned to Heiveu's wiil.
Carries on tho business still.
It you are Ruined j
in health from any 'cause, " especially
Irom the use of any of the thousand
oumnis that prorata? so largt-Iyv lth
lotig fictitious tetimoBials.have no fear.
Resort to Hop Bitters at once, and in a
short time you will have fjje most ro
bus and blooming health. 0
. : , . ' - : -1
Best ever made, Emory's little Ca
thartio Pills, pleasant to take, surraj-
coaxea; no grzpmg; omy id cents a box
ot Druggists or by mail. Standard Cure
Co-, lHNtrraa Ctrezi, Ken York.
no longer from Dyspep
sia, Indigestion, want of
A ppeti te,Ioss of Strength
lack of Energy, Malaria,
Intermittent Fevers, &c.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS never falls to cure
all these diseases, i
Boom, November aS, iiiu
xowjt Omacja. Co.
- Gentlemen For yean I fcwW
jw4 could get bo relief (having tried .
everything which was recofcmerxi'
ed until, actroc am the advice of a
friend, who had been benefitted by
BKOwifa Ikon Bitters, 1 tried a
bottle, with aoat surprising remits.
Previous to taking Brown's Irow
Brrra everything I ate distressed
roe, and I uflered greatly from a
borniog sensation in the stomach,
which was unbearabla, . Since tak
ing Bows Ioi Bxrrm, all my
troubles are at an end. Can eat any
time without any disagreeable re
sults. I am praerieally another
person. MmW J.wmi,
yo Uaverfck Su, . Boston.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS acts like a charm,
on the digestive organs,
removing all dyspeptic
symptoms, such as tast
ing the food, Belching,
Heat in the Stomach,
Heartburn, - etc . The
only Iron Preparation
that will not blacken the
teeth or give headache.
Sold by all DruggUts.
Brown Chemical fco.
- Baltimore, Md.
See that all Iron Bitters are made by
Brown Chemical Co., Baltimore, and r
have crossed red lines and trade i
mark on wrapper.
BSWAfiS OF IMITATIONS.
inch 5 lw
THAT SETTLES IT.
Brought into Competition with
the World, the Best Carries
r off the Honors.
At tte &reat Cectenslal Exhibition of 1STC,
the leading products of all the branches of tho
Worlejndna try were assembled at P hilar
delphya. To carry off a prise in the face of
that tremendous ooinetltior wag a task of no
ordlftaryfdU&cnlty. Inyontions and prepara
tlons for the alleviation of pain and the cure
of c&sease vrere present In the jrreatett possl
bla variety, representing thesktll and the pro
foondeet study of the age, and It may be of
vital importance to you, personally, to m now
tbTat the highest and the only medal giver to
rubber Porus plasters, was awarded to the
manufacturers of BENSON'S CAPCDTE PO
KTJS PLASTER, by the following Jury;
Dr.' WM. ROT II, Surgeon-General, Prussian
Army. ;j - ;;"
j Jj ILTHOMPSOJrJ A. M., M. D., Washing,
ton, D. C . ....... V...
C. B, WHITE, M. D., Kew Orleans,
EBSEST FLE.IBCH, M. P., Austria.
The decision was afterwards confirmed i by
the medical Jury at the last Paris Exposition.
Knowing the valne of such high and unbiased
testimony, the medical profession, both In the
United State and in Europe, quickly threw
aside the old, slow-acting plasters they bad
been using, and adopted Benson's in their
regular practice. That physicians and sur
geons of the broadest reputations did this, dis
tinctly proves the lntrinsio merit of the article.
It is no more than just to add that the tfver
agephysltl n of to-day Is not dominated by
tne prejudices which retarded the progress
and modlfled the successes of his prede
cessors of not more than twenty-five years ago.
tie accepts bints from all quarters and en dors,
-a and adopts demonstrated healing agents
wherever he finds them. ; ; -
The right of Benson's Caprine Porous PJas
tor to f tand at the head of all external appli
cations whatsoevor, for the mitigation or cure
f disease, is n"lonarer questioned.
L.et i bo purchaser, however, be on his guard
-tgalnst imitations. The genulnebas the word
wA PCINE XT In the middle. -
eab iry A Johnson, Chemists, New lork.
YTTS OFFER NOW FEESH Arrivals of
, j MOUNTAIN BCTTEB,
i EARLT BOSK SEED POTATOES,
XKW ORLEANS 8UO AS,
NEW CROP MOLASSK8,
1.300'BbU. GOOD FLOUR.
H ALL & PEARSALL
feb . . , ,
people are always on
the lookout for chan
ces to Increase their
earnings, and la time
be-onse wealthy ; those who do not Improve
theiropportuniUes remain In poverty. We of
rera great cn see to maxe money, we want
many men. wont en. boys and girls to work far
as rfcrht .n their own localities. Anv ona.Can
do the work properly from the first start. Tbe
txsnrfts wiu pay more man tea, ernes or
narj wagea.Expea&lre. octt tsr&!ihed free
ioone who engages faih to make coney rap
Soiy. You can daTotejroarwi:oJa;.tis:e to the
work, oronlv tout snare moments. "ull in-
lonaa&sa and all that is seeddd trat frcs. Ad
') slresa tiTzxoxfi Co Pcrtiss lzu .
Wanted Teachers! Per month
Steady emplo men durng Spi ng and . euiar.
mf lim J.CMCCUUUI
ieb 3 4w ' - ;
fThen I say cere 1 Ao no mean merely to
Uio and thwi have them rstora SvLptAmY
Zft care tbe worst esse. Beeaase hersfeevi
SaCl U M nm for not new rsortriMr . ?Vl"
wcTfo uZSm aod a five Bet , ray hU
nrnaar- Grrm BAprsas ana rw v-uom.
Free' I Cards & Chromoe,
We will send free by mall a sample set of
our large German, French and American
Chromo Card, on tinted anl gvM grMun'is.
with a iprtoe bst t over 200 differ nt oslris
oi receipt of a stamp for postage. We will
also send free by malt as samples, ten of our
i-eai.tlful Chr..mos, on receipt of ten cvnts te
pay fur packing and poatwre;aJbo ena'ee a
Confidential price 11 of oot large oil chromos..
gents wanted- Addie's F. GLBasok & Co.,
66 summer btreet, Boston, Mass.
f e 2R 4w -
Mothers Bead Tills !
Vxs Baos. Dear turn Your
Wosx CoinriscTlONS have been invaluable to
us Our little boy, two years old, discharged
.rvcr thirty worms in a few days, using only
few of your orm Confections. I am glad to
bav testimony to the value of VjinLKmsen'.
Worm coufeoUosa. TourB,
Err. J. I HcNant.
Try them--830 a box. - --
frhJWv'r Uneston H.Y.
"HDOfiE COUfiTY GRIT
. COM MILLS AKDUILL8T0NES,
8A1IPLE8 C7 ISBaX BZZTT
qjI ASWlOAXIOB.. x
esrra eaRsuxa bIiiistoii eo.
Branch Otfice.-Cfnrtote, N. C
' -MFSTX02J THIS rATEB
LimeKainit aoid Plaster !
BUILDING. LIME. AGEICULTUK41 LIME
CABBONATE OF; UMB, KAINIT,
LAND P.JLSTEB AND M RL.
AND VERY CHEAP. Send for Circular
feb?6 i - v Rocky Point, N. C.
John L. Boa
Roller Process Flour,
For Beauty, Strength,
9 . : j ' , " - -
Parity, and Bread pro
daii; finalities, it is
the highest attain
Guaranteed in every Instance
TRY IT, IT WILL PROVE ALL WE CLA M
Y VIRTUE OF 1 HE POWER OF SALE
contained in a certain deed of mortgage made
by C. W. Ilawes, 8. A ' Bedding and n. M.
uowden Triirtee. to Boatwrieht & McKoy.
and regls'ered in the office of tbe Register ot
u cos t juew juanover county in booe uuu,
page Ml,- the undersigned, as At corner for
tbe assl nee of tbe grantee in the said dee ,
will sell at public anctloo at tbe Conrt Ilonse
door in tbe City of Wilmington, on Monda , the
1 2th day of March 18. at 12 o'clock, i M. the
following lot of land In said city, with the
bulkliogs tnereon : .Beginning at the North
western Intersection of Nunnand Mxth streets,
runs thence Wet with, tbe horth Mno of Nunn
street U7 feet, thence North 58 feet, thence
East HI f-et to SixrH stre t, thence South
with the line of Sixth street 58 feet to the be
ginning. JO aH IK BELLAMY , Jr.,
- - - . . .... - -. .j .
gY VXBTUE OF,. THE POWERj OF SALE
contained In a certain deed made by J, J.
Ellis and wife to T. B. Lippltt," as Trustee for
Boatwrlght & McKoy and their heirs and as
signs, and recorded ' In Book P P P, page
233, of the 'Records of New Hanover county,
the n- dert-igned ns Attorney fur the said trus
tee, will sell to the nlgnest bldierfor cash at
tbe Co rt Houce door in the city of Wilming
ton, on Monday April 2ml. Is83f at 12 o'cl ck,
Ji the 'ollowlug f1escrlbd pro pert sitnate in
taid city, beginning at the Northwest in.cr
sctlon of 'lenth with Chestnut street, ru s
thence North with the Western line of I euth
street 60 feet, tbeoce West long t nmbertV
line 16po -a to Hunt's litre, tbenoe sath 0
fet to Cn stunt street, thence along tL orth
Una 61 Chestnut street IS poles to the begin,
nit. J. D. BELLAMY, Jr.,
moU 1401 Attorney.
i OA PIECES BEST BLACK SILKS.
ZJ - BATIKS AND BLACK. CASS.
inn DOZ.'.GEBMaW ASD IRISH I INES
lvW Towels, Blankets ana Domestics, to be
sold at reduced prices. ;. -
Win dose out my entire stock of Carpetf.
Crpssels, Ttpestry , Iczrata, i ply, and Ofice
? .ttTag.-; .Call . ga4 . esssiae before "purchaa-
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for raisti.a Catue, Poultrv.rstoSV1
eetbles. Ac., e wtth eazrmlJ1
keeping bulhilnjcs and tarrowe uvei?!
pHlr.Thiaia snpr-kmeiited by 11
department, wittely copied, QtKler
iaie lasmons ,avine ;towettt imr T v
Hem of cooktnff orecoenmy-meet l?3
department fa practloally tested InmLT.
fore publication. Letters Ironj our IW
London oorreapoudents On the tr
fashions. The tiwn 1 department of t2 u"?
ly Herald wili save the Ilou,Wift ?
ote hundred times the price oi the 1 5?
Interest ot-W m T' V
;.;: SKILLED LABOR,
are looked after, and rorythfc rskthi u
mecha les and labor savine iscawwFj
curded - There !s a pege, dovotedt?i52
latest phases of the busmess markrtT rw?
Merchnrtdlse, Ac. &c; ,A'. vshuibls ut&
, ii THE ..PRODUCE. M AEKPT. 'ij
Sporthag ws at hme ind abroad, ismk
er with a ! Htory every week a SeWhS
eminent dryine. Literary, Musical fhimiS
Hersonar aoi 8eaKot sT. There 1
the world wliieh contains so much r4r!,!
tor evcrwack. aa thn UrMbi. u.u ' r
u wiit, pasiage free for UMloUar7ToB
TKe New! York
In a Weekly form, One Dollar
'-' . a Year. -:'v' ' '
Address4 ' NEW Yonir nmim
Broadway and Ann Mreets.New Yort
reft 9 " , tt ,.
H albert Bros. Wholesale
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4 Piano, 7 oct, square, rosewood, -
C&rved, agraffe ...$136 Ot
IS Organ, 4set8reed8,9etop8 and giwd ,
- organ. MM
Organ 6 sets reeds, 1J etopa, coup
ler,, sub-baes )
Our Pianos a nd Organs are war
ranted first-class. : I '
f VloUn outfit, box, bow, strinn.com-
plete... .......................... 100
3 Violin cremona model, extra fln . 9M
s Aocoraeon, iu Keys, bass box, Use
tone .......i.. .........
6 Accordeon, 6 keys, 1 stop, isels
Mouth Orsransl Vienna concert, M
S Mouth Organs, Genuine Ekhter 10
I holes, O 8 .
II Mouth Organs, Genuini Concert ,
double 34 holes, G 8 1 Of
14 Clarionet, .genuine Martin, 6 key, .
17 Fife, in ebony, German sllve ferules
16 Music Box, 1 tune, crans, one....... m
19 J ' 6 tunes, wind with lever
20 Violoncello, patent, machine bead
good.". ....;......... M
23 Double bass, patent head, t or 4
24 Guitar, maple, nrvchlne bead, Bm
27 Banjo, 10 Inch, 4 brass br&cketi..... f
28 Cornet, brass cornopeon style, cms M
: and crooks ."3
SO Drum, brass, Prussian, ornaroerilM ,
Gold Violin, Guitar and Banjo 8trtoi, I
H Bros. "
8Uver Violin, Guitar and Banjo 8trnm,
II Bros......... i'0'
Steel Violin, Guitar and Banjo Strings,
rt Rroa. .;......
Gut, Russian, German or Italian, best
inavrucuun ooojkb, uwwo d .
any tostrument.........-;;' m "
Having just male a good trade for 1 af
er Sewing Machines, will sell tnemfartaesel
while they last. . . ' . wov it
Money U qtute safe -in eommon lewi
plainly addressed. f t , m
Terms strictly cash with order. Jf111,
"tAgentsaod dealeri send for our 40 par C
Onlbove net wholesale prices Afeutt m
make 100 per cent, profit. u. ri
Call on us when you come to t-1f?rh-B,
Keferences ;j Any bank or wholesale w
m tne city. x , wnoH
Hulbert Bros.t l the only. General w
saio nouse m ow - BBOI
923 Olive Street. . Saint Louis.
jan,13-lr t . ; . , . j V
: .1883. .
Harper's Young People
AN ILLUSTRATED WKEKLTW.'
SUITED TO BOTR AD GlUtS OT f0
TO SIXTEEW TEAKS OTT tlXst J
VoL IV. commences November 7,
The Young People been from tM
successful -beyond anticipation;-f '
ninff 'Post-a: -i,"j VI ' '. Ltittft
i it has a distinctive purpose, to wJJirS
lly adheres that namely, of WtrfZtya
vicious papers ,for th J young 1. 1
more attract! te. as well as more oie-
contonu. generally,-it is unsurpassw j
p rhllcation of nhe kind yet brooxM w
notice Pittsburg Coiette. - " r
H tRPEESTTOUSli PWJPLfc, I 1 50.
nliimpanf Hirer's YOUDg l$Z
1881 and 1881, handsomely nonna ".r V
totlCloih. Mlil be smt bV mall. PC
ild, onArceipt of $3 00 eath, C7"
Young People for '
Kemlttances should be made &7:j?Jf m
Newspapers are mt to copv J tWs i w $
merit without the express oraefor
TTNT) rAZT A ETEIL CABIXET MA6
CAKPEXTEU. , O21o IT.3S.
gooitwork, prompt deUtery and f
mwrnrrrempfrt.. , :. .-
pn P "ry rT
II? ir :
tains alftMleaoTrwV: It
and U arrsoed )n handy
axe gl?en.the Tttepbirf..
week from alTparu ot tne
ture atone makes v r - ; . 'Ta
rooeliea for t-rctU dkheal , ;
fc cothlug aiul-tor keeping