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CHAPTER XV. (Continued.)
A murmur of "Monster! monster!"
began with the prisoners on the plat
form, and spread Instantly to the au
dience, who echoed and echoed It again;
the fiercest woman-republican on the
benches Joined cause at last with the
haughtiest woman-aristocrat on the
platform. Even In that sphere of dlr
rst discords, In that age of sharpest en
mltlos, tho one touch of nature pre
served Its old eternal virtue, and roused
tho mother-Instinct which makes the
whole world kin!
Of the few persons In the court who
nt once foresaw the effect of Danville's
answer on tho proceedings of the tri
bunal. Lomaque was one. Ills sallow
face whitened ns ho looked toward the
"Thoy are lost," he murmured to him
self, moving out of the proup In which
he had hitherto stood. "Lost! The II
which has saved that villain's head
leave3 them without the shadow of a
hope. No need to stop for the sentence
Danville's Infamous presence of mind
has given them up to the guillotine!"
Pronouncing these words, he went out
hurriedly by the door near the plat
form, which led to the prisoners' wait
Rose's head sank again on her broth
er's shoulder. She shuddered, and
leaned back faintly on the arm which
he extended to support, her. One of the
female prisoners tried to help Tru
dalne in 6peaklng consolingly to her;
but the consummation of her husband's
perfidy seemed to have paralyzed her
at heart. She murmured once in her
brother's ear, "Louis! I am resigned to
die nothing but death Is left for me
after the degradation of having loved
that man." She said those words and
closed her ryes wearily, and spoke no
"On-? other question and you may re
tire," resumed the president, address
ing Danville. "Were you cognizant nf
your wife's connection with her broth
Danville reflected for a moment, re
membered that there were witnesses In
court who could speak to his language
and behavior cn the evening of his
wife's arrest, and Tesolved thl3 time to
tell the truth.
"I was not aware of it." he answered.
"Testimony In my favor can be called
which will prove that when my wife's
complicity was discovered I was absent
Heartlessly self-possessed as he was,
the public reception of his last reply
had shaken his nerves. He now spoke
In low tones, turning his back on tbo
spectators, and again fixing his eyes on
the green baize of the table at which
"Prisoners! have you any objection to
make, any evidence to call, Invalidat
ing tho rtatenent by which Citizen
Danville has cleared himself of suspi
cion ?" Inquired the president.
"IIo has cleared himself by the moat
execrable of nil falcl:ood8," answered
Trudnlne. "If h!a mother could be
traced and brought here, her testimony
would prove It."
"Can you produee any other evidence
In support of your allcEatlcnV' asked
the president. . .
ore at liberty to retire. Your state
ment will be laid before the authority
to whom you are offlclally responsible.
Either you merit a elvlc crown for more
than Roman virtue, or " Having
got thus far, the president stopped
abruptly, as If unwilling to , commit
himself too soon to an opinion, and
merely repeated "You may retire."
Danville left the court immediately,
going out again by the public door. He
was followed by murmurs from tha
women's benches, which soon ceased,
however, when the president was ob
served to close his note book, and turn
around toward his colleagues. "The
sentence!" was the general whisper
now. "Husb, hush the sentence!"
After a consultation of a few minutes
with the persons behind him, the presi
dent lose, and spoke the momentous
"Louis Trudalne and Rose Danville,
the revolutionary tribunal, having
hear the charge against you, and hav
ing weighed the value of what you have
said In answer to It, decides that you
are both guilty, and condomns you to
the penalty of death."
Having delivered the sentence In
those terms, he sat down again, and
placed a mark against the two first con
demned names on tho list of prisoners.
Immediately aftchvard tho next caso
was called on, and tho curiosity of the
audience was stimulated by a now trial.
HE waiting room
of the revolutionary
tribunal wasa grim,
bare place, with a
dirty stone floor,
and benches run
ning round the
walls. The windows
were high and
barred, and at tho
outer door, leading
Into the street, two
sentinels kept watch. On entering this
comfortless retreat from the court, Lo
maquo found It perfectly empty. Soli
tude was Just then welcome to him.
He remained In tho waiting room.walk
Ing clowly from end to end over the
filthy pavement, talking eagerly and
Incessantly to himself,
After a while, tho door communicat
ing with tho tribunal opened, and the
- L,, ,Ai
humpbacked gaoler made his appear
ance, leading in Trudalne and Rose.
"You will have to wait here," raid
the Mttle man, "till the rest of them
have been tried and sentenced; and
then you will all go to prison In a lump.
Ha, citizen!" he continued, observing
Lomaque at the other end of the hall
and bustling up to him. "Here still,
eh? If you were going to Btop much
longer, I should ask a favor of you."
"I am In no hurry," said Lomaque,
with a glance at tho two prisoners.
"Good!" cried the hunchback, draw
ing his hand across his mouth. "I am
parched with thirst, and dying to moist
en my throat at the wine shop over the
way. Just mind that man and woman
while I'm gone, will you? It's the mer
est form there's a guard outside, th1?
windows are barred, the tribunal Is
within hail. Do you mind obliging
"On the contrary, I am glad of the
"That's a good fellow and, remem
ber, if I am asked for, you must say I
was obliged to quit the court for a few
minutes, and left you In charge."
With these words, the humpback Jail
er ran off to the wine shop.
He had scarcely disappeared before
Trudalne crossed the room, and caught
Lomaquo by the arm.
"Save her," he whispered, "thero is
an opportunity save her!" HI3 face
was flushed his eyes wandered his
breath on the chief-agent's cheek while
he epoke felt scorchlngly hot. "Save
her!" he repeated, shaking Lomaque by
the arm, and dragging him toward tho
door. "Remember all you owe to my
father remember our talk on that
bench by the river remember what
you said to mo yourself on the night
of the arrest don't wait to think save
her,' and leave me without a word! If
I die alone I can die as a man should
If Bhe goes to the scaffold by my side
my heart will fail me I shall dlo the
death of a coward! I have lived for her
life let me die for It, and I die happy!"
He tried to say more, but the violence
of his agitation forbade It. He could
only shake the arm he held again and
again, and point to the bench on which
Rose sat her head sunk on her bosom,
her hands crossed listlessly on her lap.
"There are two armed sentinels out
side the windows are barred you are
without weapons and even If you had
them, there Is a guard-house within hall
on one side of you and the tribunal on
the other. Escape from this room is
impossible," answered Lomaque.
"Impossible!" repeated the other, fu
riously. "You traitor! you coward! can
you look at her sitting there helpless
her very life ebbing away already with
every minute that passes, and tell me
coolly that escape Is impossible?"
In the frenzy of his grief and despair,
ho lifted hl3 disengaged hand threat
eningly while ho spoke. Lomaque
caught him by the wrist, and drew him
toward a window open at tho top.
"You are not in your right senses,"
said the thief-agent, firmly; "anxiety
and apprehension on your sister's ac
count have shaken your mind. Try to
compose yourself and listen to me. I
have something Important to say"
(Trudalne looked at him incredulously.)
"Important," continued Lomaque, "as
affecting your sister's Interest at this
That last appeal had an Instantane
ous effect. Trudalne's outstretched hand
dropped to his side, and a sudden change
passed over his expression.
"Give me or moment," he said, faintly;
and turning away, leaned' against the
wall, and pressed his burning forehead
on the chill, damp stone. He did not
raise his head again till he had mas
tered himself, and could say quietly,
"Speak I am fit to hear you, and suffi
ciently in my senses to ask your for
giveness for what I said Just now."
"YvThen I left the tribunal and entered
this room," Lomaquo began In a whis
per, "thero w,as no thought In my mind
that could be turned to good account,
either for your sister or for you. I
was fit for nothing but to deplore the
failure of the confession which I camo
to St. Lazare to suggest to you as your
best plan of defense. Since then, an
idea has struck roe, which may be use
ful an idea so desperate, bo uncertain
involving a proposal bo absolutely
dependent, as to its successful execu
tion, on the merest chance, that I re
fuse to confide it to you except on one
"Mention the condition! I submit to
"Give mo your word of honor that
you will not mention what I am about
to soy to your sister until I grant you
permission to Epeak. Promise me that
when you see her shrinking before the
terrors of death to-night, you will have
nclf-restraint enough to abstain from
breathing a word of hope to her. 1 ask
this, because there ore ten twenty
fifty chances to one that there Is no
"I have no cholco but to promise,"
his pocket-book and
"I will enter Info
particulars as food
os I have ached a
ttrange question of
you," he said. "You
have, been a crcat
chemistry in your
time is your mind
calm enough at Gucli a trying moment
as this to answer a question which is
connected with chemistry in a very
humble way? You seem astonished.
Let me put the question at once, is
there any liquid, or powder, or com
bination of more than one ingredient
known, which will remove writing from
paper, and leave no stain behind?"
"Cartalnly! But is that all the ques
tion? Is there no greater difficulty?"
"None. Write the prescrlptlon.wbat
evcr it may be, on that leaf," said the
other, giving him the pocket book.
"Write it down with plain directions
for ude." Trudalne obeyed. "This is
the first step," continued Lomaque, put
ting the book in his pocket, "toward the
accomplishment of my purpose my un
certain purpose, remember! Now
listen: I am going to put my own head
In danger for the chance of saving yours
and your sister's by tampering with the
death-list. Don't Interrupt me! If I
can save one. I can save the other. Not
a word about gratitude! Wait till yoa
know the extent of your obligation. I
tell you plainly, nt the outset, there is
a motive of despair, ao well as a motive
of pity, nt the bottom of the action
In which I am now about to engage.
Silence! I Insist on it. Our time is
short; It is for me to speak and for you
to listen. The president of the tribunal
has put tho death-mark against your
names on the prison ll3t of to-day. That
list, when the trials are over, and It is
marked to the end, will be called in
this room before you are taken to St.
Lazare. It will then be sent to Robes
pierre, who will keep It, having a copy
made of it the moment It is delivered,
for circulation among his colleagues
St Just, and the reQt. It is my busi
ness to mako a duplicate of this copy
in the first instance. The duplicate will
be compared with the original, and pos
sibly with tho copy, too, either by Ro
bespierre himself, or by some one in,
whom he can place impHclftrust, and
will then be Bent to St. Lazare without
passing through my hands again.. It
will be read in public the moment it is
received, at the grating of the prison,
and will afterward be kept by the gaol
er.who v111 refer to it as he goes around
in the evening with a piece of cnalk,
to mark the cell doors of the prisoners
destined for the guillotine to-morrow.
That duty happens, to-day, to fall to the
hunchback whom you saw speaking to
me. He is a confirmed drinker, and I
mean to tempt him with such wine as he
rarely tastes. If after the reading of
the list in public, and before the mark
ing of the cell doors I can get him to
sit down to the bottle, I will answer for
making him drunk, for getting the list
out of his pocket, and for wiping your
names out of it with tho prescription
you havo Just written for me. I shall
write all the names, one under another,
Just Irregularly enough in my duplicate
to prevent tho Interval left by the eras
ure from being easily observed. If I
succeed in this, your door will not be
marked, and your names will not be
called to-morrow morning when the
tumbrils come for tho guillotine. In
the present confusion of prisoners pour
ing in every day for trial, and prisoners
pouring out every day for execution,
you will have the best possible chance
of se;urity against awkward Inquiries,
if you play your cards properly for a
good fortnight or ten days at loast. In
that time "
"Well! well!" cried Trudalne, eagerly.
Lomaquo looked toward the tribunal
door, and lowered his voice to a fainter
whisper before he continued: "In that
time Robespierre's own head may fall
into the sack! France I3 beginning to
tiicken under the Relgn of Terror.
Frenchmen of the Moderato faction,
who have lain hidden for months in cel
lars and lofts, are beginning to steal
out and deliberate by twos and three3
together, under cover of the night. Ro
bespierre has not ventured for weeks
pact to iaco the Convention commit
tee. Ho only speaks among his friends
at the Jacobins. There are rumors of
a terrible discovery made by Carnot, of
a desperate resolution taken by Tal
llen. Men watching behind the scenes
bco that the last days of Terror are at
hand. If Robespierre Is beaten in the
approaching struggle, you are saved
for the new relgn must be a Reign of
Mercy. If he conquers, I havo only put
off the date of your death and your sis
ter's, and have laid my own neck under
tho axo. Thoso are your chances this
is all I can do."
(TO BS C0XT1XCBD.I
The Faithful tittle Dojr.
A remarkable illustration of a dog's
intelligence has occurred in Sutton. A
married lady there has a small pet and
on her removal to a London hospital,
owing to ill health, the animal bo
came greatly distressed, running hither
and thither in search of his mistress, to
whom ho was greatly attached. A week
afterward the dog disappeared and two
days later returned to Its home footsore
and weary. It subsequently transpired
that tho faithful terrier had found his
way. to the hospital where his mistress
lay. No one guided him and he trav
eled tho whole way alone. He waited
about for hours trying to gain admis
sion and finally, after many rebuffs,
succeeded in running into the hospital
and finding the bed where the lady lay.
With great delight he hailed her, and
after satisfying himself that she was
cafe, he trotted back to Sutton, about
fourteen miles distant. Exchange.
A OenUl Thing In Spider.
There is a cpldcr In New Zealand that
usually throws colls of its web about
the head of its prey until the wretched
victim 13 f.rst blinded and then choked.
In many unfrequented dark nooks of
tho Jungle you may como across most
perfect ekeletons of small birds caught
in thene terrible snares..
Ono Useful Indian,
rialn-in-the-Facp, who was a leader In
tho Custer niasencro, is now a police
man at tho Standing Rock Agency, and
li looked upon as a valuable man.
THOUGHT HER CHILD WAS
GOINC TO DIE.
Th Terrible Ordeal of Mother Dir
Little Girl Almost Faded Away
Caved In the Kick of Time
A Stury that will TcacU
the Heart of Every
from the Journal. Detroit, Mich.
A very grateful mother is Mrs. A. L.
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"Blanche was sick for over three
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She was so thin that she was fairly skin
and bonps, her digestion was out
order and Ehe had the mest awful head
aches. We prave up all hope f her re
covery. Her long, thin, listless face
made me nearly half crazy, and we did
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strength and Induce her to take an in
terest In anything.
"One day a friend told me about the
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town and got three boxes. She had
taken about one box, when, to my
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since the piano had been opened.
"Soon she began to take short rides
on her bicycle, and soon she went sing
ing around the house, our own happy,
hearty little daughter once more.
"She thinks nothing of a spin on her
wheel over to Mt. Clemens or Pontlac,
and Is ns well as she ever was.
"1 had a girl living at our house who
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"If this information can be of any use
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The proprietors of Dr. Williams' Tink
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Kough on Catarrh, suro to please you, 50c.
Koug'.i on Wle Pills, btst for constipation, ajc.
Kouh on Malaria, for chills, (ever, ague, 50c.
Uoitarti on Dyspepsia, unequalled cure, 50c.
Rough on Rheumatism and Gout, a cure, $1.
Roun on Kunions nnd Chilblains. 35c.
Rough on Corns, hard or soft corn3, 15c.
Rough on Rats, sold all around the world, 15c.
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Rough on Pain, Plasters, poroused. best, a-asc
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Rough on Worms, easy taken, effective, 15c.
Routh on Cholera, for diarrhoea, colic, etc., 25c.
Roughen Hysteria, quiets, rests ; sleep, 35c.
Rough on Itch, for all skin humors, v-c.
Rough on Asthma, new qufck relief, 50C
Rough en Piles externa and internal, 50c.
Rough on Sores, cleansing, quick healing, 85c.
Lcaurelle Oil Halm, fr tho complexion, 50c.
If Grav, uso Wells' llnir BMsam, roc.
At druggists or sent on receipt of price
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Wells' Velvet Cream Pace Powder, 95c.
Icanrelle Oil Flalm, skin benutirier, .-.oe.
Wells' Hair Balsam, preserves the hair, 50c.
Wells' Brain lnvigorant and "Nerve Tonic,
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Wells' Stomach Klixir. comforting relief, 35c.
Wells' Kidney. Bladder ff.ndUrinsryCure.il.
Wells' Lithia-Rve Whitney, a pure, harmless,
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ONE MAN'S SDFFERING.
Tho Trials and Tribulations of a Bat
tlo Creek Citizen How IIo
Comes to Tell This Story.
(fVom ihe Battle Creek Moon.)
Among tho moulders at tho works of
the Michigan foundry company can be
found Mr. Amos Muynard; he has llrcd
in Battle Creek for over ten years, U
honored and respected by all who know
him; such is tho, man who makes this
statement, ho says: " I have had kidney
trouble for years, and it has made my
lifo miserable. The heavy lifting, neces
sary in my business, made me worse. I
have been compelled to lie in bed in a help
less condition for as long as nine days at a
time ; tho greatest pain was from my back,
which sometimes felt as though a bayonet
was being run through ine in tho region
of my kidneys; many citizens of liattle
Creek knew how bad I was. I could not
move without tho greatest caution, for
as soon as I attempted to stoop over, bend
to ono sido, or even turn in bed, tho pain
was simply unbearable. I wore poroua
plasters constantly for tho little tem
porary relief they brought me. When
ever I caught tho slightest cold it went
straight to my kidneys and made nio
worse. I was advised to try Doan's Kid
ney I'ilK and got some. I have taken in
nil four boxes of them, nnd I now feel as
active as ever. A few months ago I would
Iwvo ridiculed tho idea of being cured so
quickly, and being ablo to work as I can
now. -AH tho long-standing pains aro
gone, and the former traces of kidney dis
orders found In my urino have disap
peared. I havo recommended Doan'a Kid
ney Pills to many friends who wcro trou
bled as I was, nnd in every caso I havo
learned they proved ns beneficial ns with
mc. Doan s Kidney Tills would bo cheap
to mc at almost nny price."
For snlo by all dealers, prico 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., solo
agents for the U. 8. llemtmbcr tho name,
Uhan'$, nnd take no other.
'I am un old Koldier of the Uebcllion.
A year ai?o I was in bed all winter
with chronic rheumatism. . Three doc
tors failed to give me relief. Two bot
tles of Iturtlock lilood Hitters put me
011 my ftfi't. It is worth its weight In
gold." W. 11. Kunpp, hitchlleld, llills
dalc Co., Mich.
When you buy
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g Ask for Ayer's and you'll get
God stunds pledged to supply the man with
broad who will trust In Illm and do bis best.
61 OO KrivurU. SI 00.
The renders of this pnper will be pleased
to learn that thero U at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure in
all its stages, nud tliot Is Catarrh. Ilall'a
Catarrh Cure in tho only positive cure now
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
Loing a constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatmeut. Hall's Catarrh
Cure Is taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease, and jiving the patient
strength by building up the constitution
and assisting nature in doing its work.
The proprietors have so much faith In its
curative powers, that they offer Oue Hun
dred Dollars for any case that it falls to
cure. Send for list of' Testimonials.
Address, i J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo.O.
t2THold by Druggists, 7fc.
Hall's Family rills, 2"kj.
The Bible tenches that the wuv we treat th
poor is tho teat ot our loyalty to Christ.
TTIIEKK DID YOU GET THIS COFFEE?
Had the Ladles' Aid Society of our
Church out for tea, forty of them, and
all pronounced the German Coff eeberry
equal to Rio! Salzer's catalogue tells
you all about it! 35 packages Earliest
vegetable seeds $1.00 post paid.
If you will rat this out nnd nd
with 15c. stamps to John A. Salzer Seed
Co., La Crosse, Wis., you will get free a
package of above great coffee Beed and
our 14S page catalogue! Catalogue alone
'Over two-third ot the ponulation of Utai
are of foreign birth or extraction.
Eczema of the scalp, or Scald ITead,
even in its most severe form, U never
failingly cured by Doan's Ointment,
tho surest specific for all itchiness of
Now U the time to cure your Corns
with ninderrorns. It takes them out perfecUv,
frives coinfort to tho feet. Ask your drugr!jt
for It. 15o.
Soap wna taxed $140 a ton la the time ot
Even catarrh, that dread breeder of
consumption, succumbs to the healinjy
influences of Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
Heaven finds a new joy every time a sinner
For KrllrYing Thront I) lftfotft. Cough
nl llti-4ciitH4, uso "Uruwn's IJiionciiiau
Troches." Sold only In boxos. Avoid imita
tions. We may shape our friendship, but not our love
It the Baby is cutttug Teeth,
fiesnre and uo that oi l and Tell tried remedy, iLia.
WuiSLOw'a Boothino Sxuvr tor Children Teething.
God puts our greatest duties nearest to us.
FITS All Ft!stoppHl frrHiy Pr, Kllnr'n Orf n t
.Vitvo XcHiorft. So i'itk,rt'P t ti iirsiilH.v ui-.
Varvelmiaourvs. Ti-fittiMHnil $'2 trial uh 1 1 trrr t
kitcakCk. btLU Ulr.KiliiL-,!JlArcli6t.,i'lalu.,l.
Ono littlo sin will hido God's whole face.
ITegrmitn'ii Camphor Ice with Olyeerlne.
The original and only penulne. Cure Cliaed Hainl
and Faue, Cold Bores, tc. C. O. Clmk Co.,M. Uaveu, CU
Sarcasm Is tho wasp of conversation.
I shall recommond Piso's Cure for Consump
tion fur und wide. -Mrs. Mulligan, l'lumoied.
Kent, England, Nov. 8, 18ia
Cupid is an artful dodger.
Every mother shiuld always have at hand
a bottle of Ta riser's Ginger Tonlo. Nothing
else so good for pain, weakness, colds and
This world Is but the vestibule of an Immor
tal lite. Every action of our lives touches on
some chord that will vibrate In eternity.
With a better understanding' of tho
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, vrhlch vanish before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that bo many forms of
sickness are not duo to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of tho system, which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt-
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with million of families, andi.H
everywhere estcemci bo highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial .
effects are due to tho fact, that it is tho
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating ' tho
organs on which it acts. It is thcreforo
all important, in order to get its benc
licial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you havo tho genuine arti-
cle, which is manufactured by tho Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and the system 'is regular, laxatives or.
ot her remedies aro then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, ono
may bo commended to tho most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
one should havo tho best, and with tho
well-Informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
Used and gives most general satisfaction.
Examination and Adrlce an to Patentability of
Irreutlon. hend for ' Inventor' (ititdiv orllow to Gut
ai-atant." UtaCZ OTASIXLL. W4S2S1ST03. L C
WF W AVF NO AGENT
but cell dlrftci to the eon.
miner at whleale pricr.
hlp an j where for examin
ation before tale, f.mry
t hint warranted. lAOtitylr
ot C !, vO ntylPi nt
HaraMi, 41 htjIraRldlna Sad
dle. Write for catalogue.
El'KltiRT CARRMVB- A HAR
NESS BIO, 10. i KLaJUUl't
Xf. Ii. rniTT, Secy.