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WELLINGTON, LORAIN COUNTY; OHIO, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 13. 1889.
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Published every Wednesday, at
WELLNGTON, OHIO. .
Terms of 3ubsoriptlont
, One Year . M
Blx Month W
' Three Months
Ainar-AMAW u. motarv pulbic.
Loans and Collections mdu a specially
Oltioe in bank building.
J. H. DICKSON,
ATTORNE Y-AT-L AW,
and solicitor of
American and Foreign
! WE8T HIDE PUBLIC SQUARE,
WELLINGTON. - OHIO.
ft? Ti. (UiMtltWIN, Insurants Agent and
AKi Notary PuMlu. Iiihui auuv, deorts, morV
SHcr, wills, lens., conlraeis. otn., written In
a neai hiicI leiul manner. Discover Borage's
tHMit tfM'l .boo nttint.
I.TBKXK IMHtl4 N. lb nrber, koept
j our of the neatest, mnal convenient liar
twrriliiipstntnwn. Only ltri-clni worfcniH
employed. A full WMiri until of hair oils, im
ismdo. mikI holr restoratives. Klne b.uli room'
tnemin'-etlnii and I'liriiistieiiat all liiiiira wild
lot anil colli wiiu-r ninl nil niwessnry cnnvMil
nee. Mcwuiis. SiiiiIi lilf l.tlf-r-ty iri-ct
I) K NT IS I M.
it j. iioi.iitio.tK, Dentist, onto, ovoi
J 1 Huaicd'e store,. Ill Hit ok Hiillillnv.
VVnllluKioii Ohio. Nitrous o Id admin
Slered fur h" .vlr-.-' 1
Siwtells's Art il i Jer.-i'ietuios in e
ery style ana right up with tun times
8urtei.il attenttnu paid to enlarging in Crayon
In, or Wat'-r Colors and copying Irom old
pictures. Old nefttlresall preserved auduu
pliuates can he ha' at any time, tiallery over
Bowiuy uaira grocery. i
. ' Pictures o( all klndi. Finest work and lateai
styles. Copyliui and euiarnliut lu Crayuu, lu
and r as t.l. Hpeclal attautluu (u tue liable.
. Crosier'a DUolt, Wellington, O.
R. HATHAWAY M. D.
Itictal dlteues and dlaeainia uf the tladilerand
kldaoys. Piles, ulcermiou of the rectum, Sstuln
la no, B..a.vs SDfl all pruv.tlltiR dit.e.MS or iih
rociuin trusted by an Improved system, wltboui
pstu or detention from haslne.s.
Diseases of the hl.dd.'rsud kldneystrrstedonl)
after s careful and proper aualy.is or tue unue.
Carpeat.r llloek V.lllnton.O
- VETERINARY SURGEON.
It Q. HOLLAND,
j ,1:? :ii and Dontist.
Onlrs rwiv'l at Telephone Exchange
nd Hi K. I). Kell'sdruif store.
Oralu tte Toronto Vetirt nanr College, class '87.
L. B. PRATT,
Veterinary Surgeon anil
- Over twenty five years of practice. Order
received at Ada ns and llouahton s drua
stores, Horses still taken for treatment at my
stame on uounianu Avenue. 4-22
J. H. WI3HT, Sole Airent,
Dcalur la Clocks, Watches, Jeweltv, Sil
verware, Gold Pi ns, etc. No. S, Public
Sijuure, Wellington, Ohio.
Livery and Feed Stable.
South Side Mechanics Street, first
door east of American House.
lb bii;: ill Tr:::!cr Liis,
Conveys pswengeri and Bsggags to
. aod from Iralra or residence!. Also col
lects and . distributee htbcm, doing a
ftnera) txpresslng and package business,
leave orde'rs or telephone American
Mouse. II. ?. Ssttut, Pmj...
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL $100,000.00, SURPLUS $8,500.00.
Does a General Banking Business, Receives Depo'slts, Buys and sells New York
Exchange, Government Bonds, etc. Drafts
S. S. WARNER, President.
8. 8. WARNER. R.A.IIORR.
S. K. LAUNDON. EDWARD WEST.
I. I.. WAlrSWORTH&rO..
Mouufactnrvrs of and dealer In
Doors, Sa2a. and. 3311nc3.s
Cheese and Butter Boxen, all kinds ol
Ltliiilier, l.ith, Hh'nirles, Jtnltens. Mould.
Int and Flouring. Sidinir made and Sur
fare Pinning done to order nn hori no
tice) WELLINGTON, 0.
HOYT & BENSCHOTEN,
Dealers In and Manufacturers of
UXDERTAKINO IS ALL ITS BRANCHES.
A Full Line of Ooods Always lu Stuck. '
Arterial Embulming a Specialty.
Pictures Framed to Order. A good vari
ety of Mouldings to delect from.
X. E. Corner of demure. Weill nuton.O
Until Further Notice
I will sell Druin Tile at tli following
I B no
.., ,..40 ii
eood supplv of Brlrk constantly on
nana. U. V. HKJlEiNWAV,
S. F. BLACK,
. Contractor and Builder,
Plana and estimates made. Job
work of all kinds. Orders by
mail promptly attended to. 4G-ly
CHRISTIE & BENNETT
CARRIAGES, WAGOXS AMD SLKIG1IS
. 09 RVEBT DK8CRIPTION.
11EPAIRINO A SPECIALTY.
Meets on the t
snd llh Wedne.
Post roam in
M. W. Lang.
J. T. Hasktll,
Ill L1KE-C. 1 1 it 1. E7
iTrom aodaftertisy 19,tralnswillpssVt'elllnittoD
!f o. 1-J( . T A t. I., fs.t line 1 :4.1 a. m.
No. -lnd.sud Wlineliag kx 8.1 s. m.
So. S Clu. A Col's ks :(s.m.
No. 5 Hpeclal N Y. Clu. E !..... l:04p.m.
No. T N. V sndiit. L. kx 14:44 p.m.
No. 7 fol's Wheeling Accom.... H: Mi p.m.
No. Nlirhl Rx t:flUp.m.
No. 81 -Local freight :ISa.m.
No.S-St.L. N. V Express. ..
IO. B MKDl KX
NO. IS-Hpeclsl Ht. Louis k N. V. Kx
No. VVheellnr. led snd Cleva. Ex
No. s Clncianstl ACIove'd Ex
No 1, B. 6. S, aod It ran dally.
t Trains stop op signal.
1:4(1 p. 01.
mum & mi mi unm,
Cleveland & Marietta R. R.
from and aftsr Jonas, IMS. tralnswlllpass Well
tagioa as follows:
Wo. 1 I.ki a.
Mo. T , 4.s?p.m.
No.t , SI pm.
Mo. IT Local, S.Sfts.m.
No. 4 ......lO.m.B.
No. .... , , S.Oftp.m.
No. S 7.48p.m.
No. ts Local 1. 10pm.
Noa. t.SsndSdslIyi others dally ax. Saadsy.
Parthsriaformatloala'refardto this Has will
Arrlvadsllf. l0a. m. Depart, I :S0 p. av
Dl NTlltUTON. srLLIVAN and POLK.
irrlrsdsU), tl.no a. m DsparL I "
Dcf;: l il'a.n,
Issued on all European countries
R. A. HOUR. Cashier.
Jr., Ass't Cashier.
Pratt-& Hewick, '
rsso m noun imi
Free dc livery to any part ol the corpor
ation. Riiilrond atrect, Wollinelon, O.
0. E. SUTLIFF,
DZ1AZ.EZI 11T COAL
Jackson and Blossburg.
Termi Ovsh auj EY13M ow.
OSlce on Weal Llherty St.. Telephone 48
0 the WEAK and
Persons conscious of ORCAWIC
WK.tKNKSN. or Incapacity for
cilve duiii-a ol' lll, who may find
or are suffering from
ef snv de-O'iption, can be peima
Iieuily t urest by eon.uliing
Superior 6t. next to P. 0.,
SherlfTs Sale. '
Ohio Farmers' Iusur-) In Loral n County,
auceuo. va u.. Court ol Loininou
A. A. Vt Itliecketal. ) i'leas. Case o. 'liia.
Order of sale foieclosure of mortimve.
In pursuance of an order Issued from the
Court ol Common Please within and for the
County nl Lorain and fcute ol Ohio, made at
the Juuelerm thereof. A. D. IShs, and to n:o
directed. 1 will oner for sale at puhlle auction
it the north door of the court bouse. In the
village of Klyha. on
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 16. ISM,
ictweeii the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock a. m. ot
told day, the following described real estate,
Situate In the township of Penfield, County
f Lorain and .Stale of Oiilnand known as part
of lot number eighteen (IH) bounded on the
north by laud formerly owned by II. C. Hock
wooo; east by land formerly owned by H.
Lewis and (I (5. Kockwood. south by section
Hue and west by township Hue. containing
Dlly-tlve acres. This deed is intended to con
vey and does convey all the land deeded by
Abel and ILol I i ri Shcpard (by their guurdlaa
Isaac Vanlieusen) to 0. K. and 0. w. Starr
and dHled llec. 4, laon. also all the land deeded
by C'larluda U and Charles Khepard In U. Vi'.
and O. K . Marr and dated Dec. , Wt), and
recorded In records of Lorain county In Vol.
it. Page llt". and also In Uonk to Page 103, In
said record of deeds, also one ntner piece of
land In Wellington township, Lorain county,
Ohio, and bounded and described as follows:
being one acre of laud taken from the north
west corner of what was known as the John
llowk larin and taken from original lot No.
twenty-two (C4) and bounded beginning at or
near the north-east comer of land owned by
I'barlea llowk: thence south twenty rods:
thence east eight rods: thence north twenty
rods: thence west eight rods to place of be
ill lining. Paid houn dries are exclusive of the
hlghWHV, hut the land In front of said lot to
tliecentcr ol the highway is Included Id tbls
hld premises tins been appraised 1st parcel
al 11.87(1011. ind parcel at and cannot
sell for less than two-thirds of said appraise
ment. Terms of sale cash on day of sate.
L.B.Smith. M. A. POUNDS,
Attorney. Sheriff of Loralu Co.. 0
As Gathered .7 0:r S'ciiilC;;::::::!::'.:,
All About the IIae.nina:s and Special
Events in their Immediate Vicinity.
February 12, '89.
Negotiations are pending for the sale of
the Hotel Detlarket by "Doc" D. L
Wadswoith to W. M. Pbelps.
Washington's birthday will be tele
brsied by a dance given by Landlord
Frank Dagnan, of the Hotel Dell ket,' en
the evening of the 23d. Elegant luvlta
tions are out.
Sawloga In abundance are coming In to
Revival meetings liavu been ajnounced
to commence at the Baptist Church next
Tuesday regardless of weather. ReT. F.
E. Ken) on will conduct the meet'ng.
Hon. D. L. Wsdsworth, Ira Carpenter,
and iluiyey Bon my, of Wellington, spent
a lew hours with ns Tuesday.
Hon. Wo, T. Clarke and daughter were
tlio guobU of Captain Frank Clifford last
Tuesday on their way to Cleveland from
- Baptist Ladles' Society will meet Thurs
day, this week, with Mrs. Sadie E. Kens,
lor. You are Invited.
La fa Blmonson, Esq , Is again out after
a severe selge of thiee month's sickness.
Ws regnet to report the continued sorer
Illness ol Mrs. IL B. Boice, 8k la stead,
Henry Converse, of Wellington, Las
bought the blacksmith nhop ot Ed Petty,
who returns to Mason, Mich., with Lis
t.! CjT3r Te wtf.MTie yrt tv'tfi
Hon. II. B. Beardsley contemplates
opening a museum in blsbeaulilul garden
or Dowers the coming season. II . B. la a
devmee of the fine arts.
' Lewis Barnes has sold his Interest 'lu his
larm to his wife, Mrs Emma Barnes.
Tlie "young people's literary and musi
cnl social" contemplate visiting Spencer
next babbatu It the roads are (rood, and
mrty paiticipntu in the evening's enter-
tainmeut at Baptist Church.
1 LA GRANGK.
February 13, '69.
A 4oikI Ice harvest has been gathered.
Q:ore. Harris baa gone to Keutucky on
Sew ing machine biielni ss.
Albert I'li rce, ol Wellington, spent Sun
day In town.
EiUtli Humphrey leaves to day for a Irip
to Mhrhlgan, thence to Nel)ra?ka, to be
gono about six weeks.
The Baptlal meetings will close Thurs
day evening, at which lime, eleven persons
will bo baptized and received inio full
Mrs. Palmer and Prof. Alexander have
closed their phrenological and physiolo
gical Lectures at lowo hall. Thd lectures
and closed euieitalnincnt were' all quite
well attended and aeemiugly enjoyed b)
alt who attended.
The young people of PenUi ld will try
their luck at tow n bnll Saturday evening
with nn eutertainment lor (he purpose of
raising money to buy an origan for Congre
gational Church at Penfleid. The even
lug will certainly pass off pleasantly and
profitably to all If our people welcome the
PeDfleldors with a full bouse.
February 11, '89.
Mr. J. B. Plumb is in town from La
i Miss Jackson, of 'Cleveland, Is In town
ppeuillng a short vacation.
Mr. T. Kopplebvrger is very ill and hurd.
ly ex ected t-i live.
J . 'L-rrnon will sell at suction sale on
ifr ty, VVl'y 13, all hit stock and Tanning
J. Durand snd wife sre visiting rela
tives in La Grange.
Ueorge Ilensner, of Oberlin, was in
town last Saturday.
II. B. W., one of our gallunt young men,
wblle taking his "heat girl" sleigliriding
recently g d mst within a mile and a hall
of homo. Henry should either carry a
compass or gel someone to drive lor lnm.
A party of young people from here en.
joyed a splendid slelgliride and spent the
evening with Allan Grirtln last Friduy.
Tbe Ladies' Dime Social of (lie Congre
gational Church was held at Mrs. C. Free
man's last week.
A "crazy" social for the benefit of tbe
library of this place will be !) Id on Tues
day evening of this week at tbe residence
of B. Itcdfern. A good time is aniici.
A series of meetings has begun at the
M. E. Church under the supervision of
' Eleven persons were received into the
M. E. yesterday on probation snd lull con
nection. O. B.
' TJow we have enjoyed tbe past few days
MissGish.of Montville, Is visiting rela
lives in town.
E. E. Parker, of Huton, is visiting st bis
father's, L. Parker.
D. K. Parker is now agent for the Na
tional Life Insurance Co. in Sandusky and
Erie coantles. Uu has secured a good job
and wlrh bim Success.
H. Comstock spent last week wilh friends
In Lorain, 0.
Ed Si on s and family r visiting at
Mis. Slorra' father's, M. M. Gardner.
It mt,y be of some benefit to the people
of this world to know that the llu rary so
ciety at its last meeting decided, by debate,
that marriage life la a failure.
George Brooker and wife, ot Welling
ton, Sunday ed In town.
David Alii n snd family, of Medina, were
In town one day last week.
The donation at Rev. Foshay's was much
enjoyed by those who attended ; proceeds
amounted to $54.
A large crowd attended the Box social
at Albert Canflold's. The purchase of
Ikx entitled every man to the right to eal
with some other man's best lady, so every
body was happy. A little over $12 was
realized on auction of boxes.
II. Daugherty and wife, ol Wellington,
spent Sunday at L Benton's.
Dane st town ballon next Friday
evening. . Good music; everybody Invited
to come and have a good time.
Mis Mary Leach, of Htroogsvllle, 0., Is
staying for- a few days with friends In
On last Saturday night as W A Leach
was going to the social the hois which he
rss tT:!r!3j bcccmc . ttmanjes.'tl",
kicked loose from the cutter, and returned
home, leaving Leach to push on behind.
Tim only damage done was to the cutter
and was very slight.
Hall & Siranaban finished filling their
icehouse lust week. Ice thin and poor
Mrs. Strait is quite sick.
Presiding Elder Hnyt will preach In the
M E Church, ibis place, this week Monday
and Tuewlnp evening.
J J Vaughn was in Ornfton Sunday.
February 1 1, '89.
Rev MA Castle baa been conducting a
se'lea of special nieet ngs at the M E
Church during the pat few dxys,
Mr mid .Mrs I II D mn Is, of near Mend
ville, P.i., are spending the winter with
tin ir eon-in law ami daughter. Mr mid
Mrs John Bartholomew and family.
Mr A Ilnrper, of Ciml Dover, waa vis.
Itini.' friends in town several days lust
Harry Shaw has gone to Nebtaska to
make ii Ins future home.
Mr .1 Bnxter, of Obetlin, has been quite
sick nt the residence of Mr. W B Andrews
lor the past week, with Dr J W Smith, ol
Wellington. In attendance,
'the quarterly meeiiug at the M E
Church last Sunday waa well aitouded.
Alias May Audiewa cl-.ilher tettuof
school In La Ur.mgo a few doys ago.
Al Inst we are having a little run of
rather thin sleighiog with prospects ol
Icehouses about all filled.
February 13, "89.
Itonk & Fox are erecting buildings lor
J 11 Cluik, of Bedford, spent day in
(own last week,
George Bond has returned from Michi
gan. Mrs R Hinchmen, of Michigan, Is spend
ing a short linio with ber fatner.J S
Rev George Knnpp has tn far recovered
as t be able to DM bis pulpit last Sabbnth,
1 " Dante" at town hull last Saturday even
Ins. Mrs. C P Ronk and Mr Thomas Pmtser
are on the sick list. ,
Feliurary 11, 1889.
Tho Fuller Smith Pout will give an oy
lor supper Tuesday eveuing, the 12tli, lor
I lie purpoee nf securing luuds to properly
set the soldiers monuments.
S. F. Rice has bought the place now oc
copied by Mr. Swonp, Irom bis uncle, R
N. Rice. He will probubly move there in
Miss Maud Mnnii is rapidly gaining
strength. We. were glad to see her at
Mies Coreune Rice entertained a num
ber ot ber pupils one evening. They re
port a very enjoyable time. She is having
good succss in her school
Mr. A. Parmely went to Obvlin Fridny
with produce, expecting to return tbe next
Mis. Stowell, of Chatham, is visiting her
daughter, Mrs F. Rice.
Mr. Rice and bis son start on a business
trip West to day. R. E. 8.
February 11, '89.
We have been having; good sleighing
for a few dajs, but the usnn sun jester
day used it up, but the wheeling Is better
than it has been since last September.
A good many have been very busy put
ting up Ids during the past week; this is
fiiat ice we have had this winter and ll Is
very giil, being from sli to eight inches
thick. Most of the tea bouses are now
lull and the mill yard full of logs.
Mr. Albert Lang Is much belter; his son
David is with bltn now from Iowa.
Mr. A. 8. Watd is suffering very much
with felon on one of his Augers.
Neitle Russell was very sick .last week
Thursday, but la much better now.
Dr. Thomas ha a ten-pound boy, born
Mrs. Norrls K' lsey was going Intoth.
houae laat Friday when she slipped on the
doorstep and fell, striking on Ik back ol
ber head and shoulder. Th y thought a
first her shoulder was bios en. She wa
nlit of her head all night till the m xt day.
but Is getting along nicely now.
The South schiNil house is crowded
every Suturctay evening to hear the de
bates of the literary nadety. Tbe ques
tion for the 10th Is, "Resolved that the
prosperity of a country depends more on
its form of goveromeut than on its natural
Ruv. IL irac Taylor, who spent no year
her (tudylng with Rev. U. C. Haskell, I
now horn missionary. Ills add res is
Anacoster, Fidago Island, Washington
Joho Mowry, front Wayne Co., 0, has
moved int) tb I'hclon nous at th en
ter and will run tb farm this year.
Flccher Wirtl, of f Roy, spent Batur.
day wilh his lather.
Will Haudley was home over Sunday;
b is living with Charley Wright in
Brighton this year.
Will Short .lives with Elbert Chapman
this year. ,
BEARDSLEY Of consumption, at the horn
ofherslster.ilrs.il. Bouney, teb'y im,
Uatt ie E. Beardsley, wife of John F. Beards
ley, aged 36, 7 months, and 7 daya.
for one year and a half she has been a pa
tient and uncomplaining sullerer, and for the
last tew days ah a suriered intensely, bhe ex
pressed her resignation and wlllluguuaa to g
aud cherished a bright hope of meeting ber
saviour and Irleuds that bad go'ie betuie. bit
united with the Methodist Church at hew
Loudon lour years ago. Shu was an aueutlun.
atu wile and mother and leaves a husuaud and
twochlltln n and a laru ulreluol relatives
aud friends to niouru her sud Ins.
Lonely lies the 'inlet sleeper,
Calmly lu her narrow bed,
W hile upuu ber muible leutures
Sits the impress uf the dead;
She'll be sleeping, oh, how sweetly,
L'tidlsiurbed by hutnuu tread,
Vt lieu Uod's dery InUlgiiatlou
. Shall be raglug overhead.
O'er her beuds the bow ot promises,
Soon she'll help to swell the chorus
Of Christ's dying love to uieu
Pralae is comly, U ye morula,
Lift your hearts from earthly dross.
Lay up now In heaven your treasure.
And you ne'er shall suiter loss.
A Ciso or Ihasxs. We wish to express our
thanks to uur friends and neiuhboia tor th
kluduessaud sympathy they havo shown US
lu uur huurof atlllctlon.
Mr. J. V. Beardsley and Mr. aud Mrs. Bonney.
After iliinllieiia, scarli t lever, or pueu
im ni io, H-Kid's 6iiiaiiiurilU will give
tr-iu'tli io tii ystt'tn, and expel till Hoiso
from the blood.
February 15, '89.
The grod roads makes busiiuaa a little
more brisk these days.
Wblle Cups tailed to put in au appear
Norman Johnmn has rented his farm
and will occupy W. Bruuse's house at Ihe
The pioiracted meetings still continue.
Frank Siaiy went to Akron Tui aduy to
have his hip operated upon, which has
gtvenlilnr'a great" tfi'fcT ot trouble 'ever
since be was hurt by the caving in of a
well a few years ago.
Mrs. Thomas Daugherty is still quite
II. J. Foster w locate In Virginia sooa
so we understand.
Grandma Dickinson died Momlity and
was burned to-day. Another pioneer
Fannie Bc'z had an operation perform
d on her head last week, which bus been
giving In r some trouble of late.
Edna and Eva Daugherty are home from
There am several aspirants for the post
Is the source of health ; therefore, to keep
well, purity the lumal by Liking Hood's
tWs-narilla. This medicine Is pectiliurly
designed to net upon the Id nut, and through
that upon all organs and tissues of th
body. It has a specific action, also, upon
the secretions and excretions, aod asaist
nature to expel Inim the sj stein scroiula,
hiimnrs. Impure particles, aud allele mat.
ter through the lungs, liver, bowels, kid
neys snd skin. Ii effect uu Ily aids weak,
impaired, and delimitated orgnns. A
trial will convince you that it does possess
peculiar curative power.
I am satisfied that Cancer is hereditary
In my family. My father died of ii. and
my own sister died or it. My feelings -may
be Imagined, then, when the horrible
disease made its appearance on my side.
i was a malignant Lancer, eating Inward
ly in such a way that ii could not be cut
ait. Numerous remedies were usd for
It, hut the Cancer grew steadily worse,
until It aeemed thai I wax doomed to fol
low the others ot the lamlly. I took
Swl't's Specific, which, Irom Hie flist day
lnrced out th poison, aud continued its
use nnlll 1 had taken several Unties, when
I found myself we I. I know that 8 6 8.
cured me. Mrs 8. M. Idol.
Winston, N. C, Nov. 16, tW.
out or OHUBH.
Last year I was badly troubled wttk
Bliaid Poison. My whole system was out
of order, diseased, and a coostant snore
ol suffering, with no appetite and no en
J lyment of life. In this condition I pur
chased two 'Kittles ol Swift's Specific (8.
8. 8.) of Dr Schrodus' drag store, sod took
iy the directions, which made a complete
cure. No better remedy was ever used
lor impurities ot the Wood than 8. 8. 8.
D.yton, O.Dec. 27, TJS. John Uavla.
I had a rlaing on tb Inside of my bead
behind try right r, which grew so bad
i hat the ffeah tloughtcd off It was Ian
ed swelled again and wa lanced th
seend tl me. I took 8. 8. 8. w h Ich forced
outth polaoo.the discharge being copious.
As soon as th poison was slimenaUsd th
sore liean healing, snd in s short llm
was perfectly well. 8. 8. 8. baa curad m
of this dangerous trouble which wa
thought to be Incurable.
I. R. Bullock.
Ureeuwood. 8. 0, Oct., 2.1, 88. , .
-. as, , i
Bwilt's Spec! do Is entirely a vegetable
remedy, ami la tb only medicine which
permanently cure Scrofula, Blood Un
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