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Belmont Genesee Valley Post (Newspaper) - July 23, 1891, Belmont, New York N. One kind of Sob from a Card at this with taste Special attention given OP THE in and Vaa agent for the to take 03 and assisi in our as Enck will ay of the and can call when and orders and take receipts for any agents bo far 1 i ' S. ] 1Clinton C. Van T. F. L. and J. OJ B. | 0. M. D. N. H. J. mus andl L. E- Wiles t. D. i M. I W. ( J. remain in tlie pallie County this and we are try hoping it will be means af expediting ALLEGANY N. A the most stubbornly red ekin smooth and Viola Cream ie not a paint or to cover to It is superior to all other and is guaranteed to give At or mailed for SO Prepared by o. V. BITTNER Sale W C. A M. at io a. affid fc i school la m. Society of CtSO p. m. 7;S0. Scats r Sanday at 10;; after meeting air I Allare jr. O. at 1C:4S a. and 7:15 p. prayer All at 13 m. f p. 7:30 45 a. and Ubly of eaob other School All other Sunday J. J. 10Tery Sunday Sunday of Belmont No. i jO. U. is held every Friday M. M. W. of Sir Knight's Monday L. of Belmont No. every Thursday of No. A. Ist and 3d Wednesday each P. W. M. meeting of Revere No. 195, held at their rooms the first ( Saturday evenings of each James No. 1., and Monday evening of each E. A. of the W. 0. T. U. every Baptist i; A. of the L. H. J. H. OF P. Henry J. W. W. E. J. K. A. H. C. J. H. B. A. Elba noa solicited from OF 8 A. to 4 p. iking business and A. Mitchell and Carts from all Every Feed N. Sonth tor both Ladles and ant advantages in Business and Music Instruction r write ot N. once ot the ot Belmont that he Is and all IW THE actually two any ether Not THE L. other for Lail are and 8staikined on W. L. Bold V. Repairs etc. ISand By mall same pi ice. Major's Leather nt for and 15 and 20 Rubber Cemont for repairing of rubber Best Liquid for repairing On last throe by 60. extra each Sold by all and crockery A. MT New York For sale ot STARKEY BY DC Archi Hay 1;k-Hrj.ITY. aii Compound Palou lor the fa of mid tho ts 80 and portable It over fi records over iln only has been bv In 1,000 ahd 41),ii00 the liberty to rotor the well known who L. Ed W. D. Y. Wui Ed Inter W. Ed. Now Judge H. P. Mary A. Massachusetts Mr. E O. J. Now South thousands of Mode of 1 the title of a new brochure of two hundred by 4)1 ft. which to all as to this curative agent ami a record of cures in a wide range of them after abandoned to die by other 111 be mailed free to any address on Head 1529 Arch 0 BETTER THAN A GOLD MINK n Cj No 1 SIO to a day l WANTED i and wanted Town and No Experience Credit given if Bo early thla time and secure choice of esclusivo territory on Doni Write and get full information and OF By S. JOHN CLARK Story of the as told in the brilliant and giliand achievements of the Heroes and A rich of Travel and the weird wonderful events of tihe that tried men s Thrilling stories Of tho days of startling heroic warriors ana Also a vast collection of of i English and American Historical The most wonderful New Book of to the great Just the book tho people Over 350 grand Historical 11-lustrations, Steel and Everybody it a bonanza pf It eells without Straight business and big i splendid sent PUB. PEE 7BAE. DO 1 YOU BEAD IT for a free samplo Trial 25 XE AR r I tairly Mit read tb fear ia will aln Ike tbat ai and I but 00a frota I and a and FINEST PALACE CARS AND MODERN COACHES d table adopted May 10,1891. FROM 9:54 a fpr points east of should take this train to or where they will be ed to 8, the Vestibule Limited which passes Belmout at 10:10 p. but does not 12tS.*! p. except No. 14 0:20 p. No. 18Hornelisville Connects at for p. No. 13Atlantic Express for New York aiM FROM 9:20 a. No. Express for and St. Louis and all points 1:55 p. No. 29Accommodation for Meadville and Oil Connects at Dayton for Further information may be obtained from J. Agent at or from A. Division N. C. AND CUBA p. No. 1Express for Louis and C. Trains Leave p. M. 1.45 2.21 2.2.3 2.45 2.57 8.1.S 3.27 ' arrive Trains 8.3<; 8.3r> Bullis Cf 10.52 11. Wi 11.:'/. 4.1H 4.48 5.20 5.24 arrive 12.15 W. N. Y. Frank Agent and Most Route between and 4^rapa, via Sliver and after 1890, trains will Silver Springs dally except as A. Mumford and 9.00 A. Salamanca aaa Rochester and 5.!KI Bradford Salamanca and Bradford and Direct are made with train 10 from the for Rochester and train J. from P. Passenger N. W. C. Sc P. c. R. effect Nov. 1". Brook Marali Graves Shongo Arr. Geneseo Graves Marsh Creek Ford's Brook Arr. Brook Marali Graves Shongo Arr. 7:50 12:55 ft AFTER on It. of From fur 111, br work I work in the 0&!ieiital knowing that good health cannof i exist without a When the Liver torpid the Bowels are sluggish and the food Ues stomach the headache a feeling of despondency and nervousness indicate system is Simmons liver has been the of restoring to health and bjr giving them a Liver than any agency on It acts with extraordinary and BEEN remedy for id Uvf ft I uraly anything liave never been disappointed the effect it be almost ft perfect core for all of wand of r Beuben learned to by little man if es regard for her which no one hiin capable of. He was kin 1 humoring her in over and seemed never so happy as the little arms abolit hijg and tho childish voice calUn him old Uncle cared he what tho said Hilda loved him ami royally did she defend fierce with anger when any dared to speak ill of him in he first Simon his Uv ingi in his way tried induce the old man to hini take the girl to his home thinking that if he could get from Orange Beuben 1891. A J. WITH THE fair as a froom could ' She was a graceful Crowds oi people they went to And out with the It Is a you should be so shamefully wronged out of what Justly belongs to That old a will giving you beautiful I am and if he did inot announce his tion In soi words hinted that Only a week before he he told me that you were well I and we alJ know Beuben Delford was no man to false I too that dear old Beuben provided for or ho would never have refused to permit me I to earn my own I the subject to he laughed and said he possessed enough to keep hia little gifl from IBUt what is to bo No will has been of tho entire goes to Simon his curse cried could tell where the will if ho Ho had a deep motivo in hero when the old man lay so pretending that he loved him so and taking the entire care of not even allowing you to enter tho man's If the truth was I believe the old man the will to and the penurious upon examining found that the greater part had been left to and destroyed it. do not for a moment think that I love you one whit the leas on this for Heaven knows how dear are to he said drawing her to him and imprinting a kiss on rosy it distresses greatly that you will be obliged to live in when by right you should revel in Do not for lam willing to face poverty so long with and you wiU find me a economical I assure Said trying to Bless said clasping hw In his you are a but I shall not allow this miserly to defraud looked up In What can you she I am sure that my efforts will result but I can at any he answered with a mean to resort to a little and I will give you la few orders which I wish you to strictly carry I cannot let you Into the at as it might the success of my he In three days Simon his wife are to take possession of Sunset Me has engaged mje as so I shall retain my position for the He common allow to remain for some It Is likely that he will soon take measures to eject you from your old Should ihls the laying a purse in her I have made provision for Keep It he as and diew you recover what belongs ito you the sum be Simon of bur connected by ties those of ordinary I wish to have him Ibi else my plan will prove a Wis must not allow by learn of the tie that Should he see fit to turn you mr go straight to until I word 01 binds u from and for days and Sunset was uhder the control of new i and his wife had indisputable possession of the lovely which had been since before a fearful epidemic had the little of and John an and his frail wife by this fell h ' the and the the only to the j surprise of the entire rild Beuben a who had evinced little Qjr noi feeling for his fellow now stepped and announced his of the little as his own I one hai thought that Beuben possessed a spark of human but it was evident that there still ijn his hard heart one little spot which had not been chilled by of Hilda was but eight years she mansion and He argued a she wife to have a little motives and declared Ijt to hla Simon flew into a denouncing his uncle - sofi old was ot short for Simon was too far-sighted to jrisk losing a though it not so large as he had so he returned to hlis uncle and abject it deeply pained him to between his only and I Beuben had very little faith in as he knew him to be mercenary and vowed that he would get very little of his he him to think himself fully whereupon Simon returned home i willing td await the developments of came around always making great pretensions of for little he called But Hilda hiad a great dislike to and made no effort to conceal it. And was she when each of his periodica canie to an last old eyesight failed him ind being unable to attend to hif affairs he was obliged to em a in the form of one Edward a handsome young whose poverty was his only He was not long in Sun set when he took it Into his fall madly in love with pretty Hilda now a lovely girl of That his love was returned we jure already aware and so for a year went merry as a marriage t at tho end of that and the day succeeding the one on which had come to make his old Beuben was taken was greatly distressed and have been happy to repay her old friend care through j but Simon emphatically that the sick room was not for a young girl like her andi insisted that he by request of his was to act as days and then Simon wasi seen emerging from the sick a handkerchief pressed to is he his dearly beloved relative has gone to his eternal and I am said Simon in a are a cruel to allow me to dear old Uncle before he exclaimed sinking into utterly overcome with remained until after the when it was learned that no will been knoWn lawyer in the stated that at one up a wUl for Beuben but declared that the had told during his illness thai he had destroyed it. Therefore the passed Into the hands of his s living Simon should be pleased to have you with us for a short if have not made other said one a few after they had taken well knew that this was a polite of letting her know that she not to at have not had tilme to make any in regard of she answered but not to burden you long with my as Simon drove to the village four miles his honb evinced signs of lameness and he forced to leave him In a too penurious to hire another Simon set out late when he started for Sunset i and the night being the walk through the lonely country Was anything but the rain began to fall In and as he entered a wood to make ai shortcut to his house he heard a voice proclaim his voice did you question teemed to echo through the and as Simon staled affright from to tree to discover the he saw standing before him a figure which in the gloom seemed the image of his have mercy on the terrified man as he dropped to the damp and in while the ghastly figure stood Over throwing him the of a did you do with my the ghostly figure again find it on the northeast corner of the cellar behind a loose Simon with a pause after each he struggled to control the of chattering of lantern was promptly and poor Simon was in next when he went to the to look for the in the i spot where he had concealed it was gone I week later the document was in the hands of a who presented himself with the papers for the ment of Simon and establishing the claims of Hilda as Uncle sole it On him said in a subsequent I Heep laughing us frightened wretch lay at my as pale as the following grand wedding was celebrated at the and Edward I and Hilda werb the Lovelace in New York Sweets to the the poet I save my love eomo Tho ot the summer hearts ot the red its If her soft Aud the coreopsis looted pale ond dead By the of her golden Sweets ito the and I gathered hearts Around their stems the braided Of and gold thread Z a chaplet of maiden on her dainty And gave her a lily pure and With sprinkled I dropped In her lap each And that she would not answer To tho my eyes hod The red to her brow and witb the scarlet lips She flowors They would tell you I love the jink Clever has a fondness for the paste of which pie crust is and this being he was often treated to a He naturally looked for when he would invite tb have in the of Words which had often less been used by his He would db you like Will you have la This would said in the voice of his tress or her He would then in a am inclined to fancy that parrots Heam and perhaps understand phrases plating and drinking almost sooner timn any One of my feathered acquaintances was in the habit ot visitors to take Won't have a cup of Do have a of she would and sometimes feally as almost compelling the to extend her to visitors whom such an invitation had not previously bird was also of I saying and never said it at the wrong WEen was about to he or she be startled by a voice 4 personage hitherto unseen good-bye 1" If that parrot not know that this was the proper thing to and that this was the proper tinie for I am no judge of bird had been taught to count up to but she could rarely say the numbers iall in She often missed the same or five but only one at a her usual She was always conscious that she had made a and on a figure would give a comical whistle and begin Some kind of thought and calculation must have through her mind during this Snake on morning when M. chief clerk of the Southern went to the office he was surprised to find the place a despatch to I the Cincinnati The were dn the outside and they dare Night Davis was lin money Vault with the door and closely guarded by an enormous anaconda which had coiled itself at the He there confined midnight to this Last while the I porters in the office were out a package of from a pile Of the tumbled every One bf the which weighed burst and out of it a huge The biox was consigned to a which is here The box bad In the office yesterday I The snake from the had up into the office pf the money where was at Ats soon as he saw the reptile he took to the vault as a i of and porters fled from The was a monster about seven feet long. II No ess be until one ofj the show came and it and took it his COS. i correspondent of The Bombay reports that Lord the recently appointed Of belongs to social aa been the Lady jis another and the select body includes Arthur It owes its the to the Earl of Perhaps his will deny the soft is not very and ever to be toji the At present the number cif these specially not more The Souls are jas secretive as but I am certain undreamt of by the and of these amiable practices beien by an observant friend of If a Soul tq talking in a brother or Soul immediately breaks in order to join the Interior persons might consider such conduct rather to sat the | that at a dinner party not long ago q sat next to a til tried to extract some rbm heir pout her but Without 5e asked If the writings of a certain Authoress with leaning toward tko occult Mme. or any associated with bf Tho fair Soul no direct but a man Joined in the asking If the works at any pre not HUMMING Bird of the diamond Poised oh tho i Thou eternal thing that can fly or theo To tho old garden saw theo all its fairest like hearts of love Is saw theo sip tho buds When ever Dawns on the empyreal And the 1 hoard a thrilling was not Telling that thou wert drowned 2 i In that floats around i When life then I saw thee start i And vanish - As Cuban ii v Far from the By field and in Boston A ne ver heard that was considered an to her Mrs. but - to around the country at the rate you do It's not only but must fump the rope and climb and go rowing on the just like a Aunt it's good for my protested her niece and as tb the latter I am only emulating Ida people called her a heroine and hoit a there's no use talking to fbr you always find some kind of answer to all I remarked Aunt with a sigh of only I do wish leave off these pranks for awhile and act a little for I'm sure Mr. would admire you very much if resolve myself into an mated * machine ior Supplemented thank Aunt If I win his gracious favor iin propria I can exist very not to say it. Whoever marries me has to with his eyes wide open to all my and imperfections but as for putting on of I it tp gala the favor of a crown prince months | Mr. Harold a particular friend of the good old hail down pay her the duration of which had since been lengthened the moment his eyes fell upon the bright piquant and girlish figure of his jward and and he had attracted by and Aunt noted the fact with unalloyed and It having been a pet hers from the first to a match between Mr. although a Very excellent and estimable gentleman in many had been brought up in the very best and had a strong sense or what were the and when ho came upon perched in the crotch Of an apple tree engaged in inspecting a deserted bird's it hiad given him quite a and Impaired his former high opinion of that young He had uttered his remonstrances not to but to Aunt her own efforts Aunt Hester had to her that he attempt the role thinking possibly a from him might be more effective with her wayward He had accordingly undertaken to follow out her but an awkward and retreating from the second in the face of Josie's Indignant was a decided between them for several aind Mr. Carlyle resolved to try He would cultivate her society more her of tener at his little by win her over to his way of It would gratifying to his Self love to gain the conquest over this wilM little and about the In good have the pleasure your this afternoon for a Miss he asked one as she was about flitting away after hesitated a then up with a malicious if you won't consider dignity compromised by the of such a Mr. will risk he I shiUl hold the reins this progressed very pleasantly for a Mr. Carlyle himself to be unusually and as he after a while the superiority that he was apt to assume toward manner warmed into genuine affording him au to that her mental kept Very creditable with her they made greater advances into acquaintance that than they eVer had and a very toward each when they at last turned their Md gone about of the way back when taking fright at something in the totoff on a For a few rods i Josie her companion in the viUn attempt te hold him half a on her despite the she touched Mr. j - You had better transfer reins to me fior a few Mr. Bobin Is the most ci our I am used to managing aid I think he will more readily than to a Carlyle returned a vbry though slightly negative to that He prided himself upon liis skill with the of submitting tb girl to thought Bobin abated and made a sudden carriage agi stone with V who bad been it for some managed to i roach and as Josie am At tlie same eafie with A glance teid her that tlie was that Mr. lay directly in path from there would be no time to him erei upon single her then a she of her she her and But the young face wka pale 4tih ballet went on its and the infuriated animal with lips just ing the of she from the revulsion of feelings goop for a then turning to her she added i better lay hem until I go for for I'm afraid you're tlie shock Kepp up your I'll be babkin ten with a of her fiand and in a | the bright little figure vanished f i poor Carlyle went off i; most ' and Ti ii thing faces foremost of tender and i litter hastily the man he him bf lind as as practicable a recital bf the how did you ever to do r doii what we should have if t been such a tomboy to a pistol and with I Aunt had ho answer but Dir. when as soon as he about he surprised her in his i and give him the life she so risked for bis f I -i | when litre proved myself such a she asked You yourself such a deah gifl that I j feel my and enrich it. Josie could find no toir him but the local men in in not leas five or six which ars so rare that more than had ever been taken in thU world In the were caugHt by Blue lobsters are as as aud as more lobster been caught and i week O. M. Long of this got a still more io perfect albino in The Is almost as as even to the end bf its and it has a sort Of but its eyes are is believed to be the only lobster that was ever London Special Sun. rj y- - ' to Prom Cowper to Austin Dobson the poets have had at And what could the English novelist do without I It in as. h all hafe seen Boston goes In afl the ties and Mt. and the The who despised it beguiling to make a good of and Bussia bathes in it The the dreary and forms the most luxurious ornament all high roads of EuroM cim There it is next to universal chocolate supercedes it If one gets a pup of tea in Spain there Ja no cream tb in it. It is that of serr dinner party with salad grown tu the was tried atthe of and Princess Blu Hera is the recipe good lettuce and it in. ' for about six sow it an equal mixture of rich soil and unslaked lime and it the After the soup it. with lukewarm sprout the party thing like the size cago Beilin tbat be celebrate Bm 4om story bop the idea of tbe into mammoth of % a few be the place in aid the was set to a ot balf of wood and ebbing la the bouse at ' - - - is with tbe exercise more eon be has of of be out Mount eight mM from ' thero pi a bn the windows can be aeon head and aad ' t shoulders of It. in tbe .is through ' er during flash L them ibly on the it lis hot who | pictures can My or Jtf m
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