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Had No Occasion to Uso It.
There wns recently a public snlc of
the effects of a decensed artist, who,
though he never htul nny money ami
was always at the ejid of his resources,
managed to nccumnlntc n considerablo
amount of chiefly for use
In his trade. All theso things were sold
for the benefit of the needy widow.
Among the items on the published
wns the following eloquent one:
"One money bo, decorated, quite unused."
C. U. St V. Thousand Mllo
Aro good on the following railroads:
Louisville, New Albany & Chicago;
Michigan Central bet Toledo nnt) Detroit;
Torre Ilauto & Indianapolis;
l'eoria, Decatur & Evansville; Indiana,
Decatur & Western; N. Y., 1 & O. Div.
Eric; Dayton & Union; Findlay, Ft.
Wayne &' Western; Now York, Chicago
& St. Louis; Toledo, St. Louis & Kansas
City; Iialto & Ohio, west of Pittsburg
and Uenwood, and between
Pittsburg and Wheeling; also between
Indianapolis and Washington, D. C,
via Cincmnat' and Parkcrsburg, for
continuous passage; P. & O. Southwestern;
Cleveland Terminal & Valley;
Pittsburgh & Western; Columbus,
Hocking Valley & Toledo; Cleveland,
Lorain & Wheeling; Chicago & Southeastern;
Wheeling & Lake Eric; Co
lumbus, Sandusky & Hocking; -Pittsburgh,
Shenango & Lake Eric; Cincinnati,
Jackson x Mackinaw; Ohio Central
Lines; Cleveland, Canton & Southern;
Ohio Southern; Lima Northern;
and will bo accepted in payment for
excess baggage, also for seats in the
C, II. & D. Ily. Parlor Cars, and for
Pridgc Tolls into St Louis.
The (lovil can meet cloquenco without
J oublo. but ho has novcr been nblo to stand
boforo lovo. Ram's Horn.
Don't Tobacco Spit nml Smolco Your Llto
If you want to quit tobacco using easily
and forever, bo mauo well, strong, magnetic,
full of now lifo and vigor, tnko
tho wonder-worker that makes weak men
strom?. Many caln ten pounds in ten days.
Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Buc from
your own druggist, who will gunrnntco a
euro. Booklet nml samplo mailed lree. Ad.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York.
Whim: man is growing lifo is in decrease,
and cradles rock us nearer to the tomb.
Gentle treatment. St. Jacobs Oil soothes
Neuralgia aud cures it. It fades away.
No metaphysician over felt tho deficiency
of languages so
much us thogtataful. Co
Foil AVhooping Cough, Piso's Cure is a
successful remed v. M. P. Uiin i:n, OT'X'luooii
Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 14, "J-l.
TmiE earnestness is wisdom warmed by
lovo. Chicago Standard.
Chutciies and cruel pains from Sciatica.
From St. Jacobs Oil tho euro of it.
can climb higher than his own
With a better understanding of tho
transient nature of the many physical
ills, which vanish before proper efforts
gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so many forms of
sickness nre not due to any actual disease,
but simply to a constipated condition
of the system, which the plcasunt
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, promptly
removes. That is why it is the only
remedy wfth millionsof families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects are duo to the fact, that it is tho
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitnting tho
organs on which it acts. It is thereforo
all important, in order to get its
effects, to note when you purchase,
that you have tho genuine
which is manufactured by the California
Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in tho enjoyment of good health,
and tho system "is regular, laxatives or
other remedies aro then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, ono
may bo commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
ono should have tho best, and with tho
well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisf ac lion.
If you ever want
sell or exchange your
Organ, remember it will
be twice as valuable if
the name on the front
Write for Illustrated Catalogue with prices,
,u yjtm company, urauieuoro, Vt.
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KENTUCKY STATE NEWS.
Likut. Thomas Cnusn, U. S. A., of
Kentucky, has been mado a captain
and quartermaster by President Clove-land.
Dn. Wilms Gheen Chaio was elected
president of Center collcgo at a mooting
of tho board of trustees held at
A. G. SifAiii'LET, clerk of tho female
department at tho Frankfort penitentiary,
and adjutant of tho Second regiment,
has been tho principal in an official
investigation which tho sinking
fund commissioners conducted in secret.
Tho Investigation has been
closed, and, whllo no report has been
or will bo made, it is understood Maj.
Sharplcy will resign.
The mule market in Warren county
is active and prices aro better than for
There has been a general and wholesale
revival in tho pork-packing business
of Christian county.
Jett Bkos., of Carrollton, have decided
to put in an electric plant and
will supply lights to tho merchants.
D. B. Oaiuubon, who left Mt. Sterling
several years ago and went west
to grow with tho country, is making
some progress. Ho has been appointed
deputy auditor for tho state of Washington.
The saw mills along tho Kentucky
river in Breathitt and Leo counties
have placed orders with the timber men
for larger timber supplies than usual
for tho winter season, and extonsivo
operations aro expected.
The first heavy offerings of the now
crop of tobacco wcro made upon tho
Louisville market tho other day.
Prices wero strong, much better than
was expected, although tho quality
James Combs, a young farmer near
Lawrcncoville, was felling trees, when
tho branch of ono falling to the ground
flew 'back and struck him killing him
Lexington's poolroom has been closed
because there was not enough play to
pay oxppnses. Tho proprietors have
been fined heavily of late.
A flour mill will bo built
CAitnoiroN merchants report business
Wm. Buvant, the defaulting sheriff
of Breathitt county, who was nrrestcd
in Arkansas and brought back here, was
tho other day released from custody,
his bondsmen having secured a transfer
of all his property. Tho deficit was
Owing to the largo increase in orders
received at tho Newport Rolling mill,
work will bo given to about sixty-five
additional men in tho course of a few
John YnniCES says ho is neither a
candidate for senator nor an applicant
for the collectorship of his district.
Among the things Gov. Bradley is
being urged to put into his call for nn
extra session of the legislature, which
will likely meet early in the new year,
are financial legislation to provide for
a deficit of $2,000,000, a board of managers
for state prisons, tho forming of
a branch to assist tho court of appeals,
changes in tho election law, and the
reapportionment of the state into leg
islative districts. This last has been
long demanded by the republicans,
who claim that tho state has been gerrymandered
by tho democrats. The
only hope to redistrict the state is
through the aid of tho gold democratic
At Saylersvillo Mrs. S. Arnett
and Mrs. Betsy Bucket had a
quarrel, and Mrs. Arnett stabbed Mrs.
Pucket in the Both women are
very prominent, Mrs. Arnett being the
wife of Hon. Jack Arnott, ex-legislator.
The court of appeals affirmed tho decision
of the Kenton circuit court in
tho case of Albert O. Long's administrator
vs. tho C. & O. Judgment for
nearly SS,000 is sustained against the
railroad as damages for tho death of
Long, who was killed July 0, 1893, at
The Mormon missionaries aro said to
have about abandoned the attempt to
establish Mormonism in Lewis county.
The Green River Poultry and Pet
Stock association, of Owensboro, will
hold its second annual exhibit, beginning
December 29 and last for five
The Kentucky railtoad commission
has completed its labors and filed its
report with the governor, which shows
that tho total assessed valuo of rail
roads in tho state is 551,972,015, which
is 8200,970 less than last year. Thn
total milcago is 3,040, an increase of
only threo miles over last year.
Keei'kii Dick Hagkr thinks there
aro ghosts in tho Nicholasvillo workhouse.
Tho other morning he looked
an alleged chicken thief, Henry
in his cell and then locked tho
outsido door. At noon, when Hagor
went to feed his prisoners, both doors
wero locked securely, but Dejarnette
was gone. Tho cell was intact and
thoro wns not a trace of how tho
had escaped. It is really a mystery,
as no possiblo avenue by which
ho left can be found.
Eighty thoroughbred yearlings wero
sold at Lexington for S12.075, an
John IIaydeh, aged 81 years, a
Woodford county pioneer, died of
pneumonia. Ho was a brother-in-law
of County Judge Parrish.
Ai.i. Paducah mills and factories aro
rushed with orders.
A new church is being built at
in Cumberland county.
The necdlo dams in tho Big Sandy
river at Louisa lmvo been completed
after having been under construction
for eight years. The new dnms will
be a great facility for navigation, as
they insuro a boating stage for thirty
miles up Sandy at all seasons of the
Geo. F. Evans, formerly general
manager of tho Louisville, Evajisville
& St. Louis Air Lino, with headquarters
in Louisville, has been elected vice
president and general manager of the
Maino Cuntral railroad.
The post office at Mt Vernon, Ky.,
was robbed of a small sum of money
tho other night,
Comment on President Cleveland's
to tho Congress.
Washington, Dec. a Neither senate
or houso had a good opportunity of
judging of tho president's message by
the public reading of it. Mombors and
senators wero chary in tholr comments
afterwards. A fow expressed themselves
Congressman Grosvenor (rep.), dtfco:
Tho treatment of tho Cuban and other
foreigu matters will not bo satisfactory
to thoso who havo so earucstly
hoped for the early action of our country
in tho interest of an oarly cessation
of the wholesale murdor In tho
unhappy island of Cuba. Tho discussion
of the Cuban question is rather an
apology for delay and non-action than
the taking of a strong and decisive position.
The referenco to tho tariff is
far from satisfactory and that portion
of the mcisago which treats of tho
spoils system would bo better understood
and fully appreciated if tho president
had frankly stated that he
and his department officers had within
the past four years swopt out 30,000
faithful and efficient employes of the
government for no reason except that
they wero republicans and filled their
places with inexperienced and incompetent
applicants, all democrats, many
of whom were unfit for tho places thoy
got, and all of whom wero rewarded
for partisanship, cither to themselves
or their friends, and then that the
shield of the civil service law has been
used to perpetuate their tenure.
Francis C Newlands (sllverito), of
Nevada, said that no substantial relief,
ho thought, could be secured by multiplying
promises to pay gold in the
shape of bank note. The only thing
to do was to recognize the fact that
there was not enough gold to do tho
world's business and to restore bimetallism.
Speaker Reed said: It seems hardlj
necessary to comment upon tho mes
sage. It is calm in tone, and on tHj
Cuban question will bo much more saV
isfactory to the community than it
would havo been a year aero. I wisll
thero had been as frank an ncknowU
edgement of the deficit a year ago as'
thero is now. 'lho idea that tho rev
cnuc is sufficient, being mado
borrowing, seems to me
Mr. McMillin (dcm.)
thinks we can safely
or losnl safe govern
is willing to go
urge homo rulOTdustry n,i stock-raising in South Dakota
unent for Cuba. llcJ will greatly increaso during 1S'J7. For fur-even
iurther. Ho? ",cr ifomntiou address Vt. E. Powm.L,
does not approve of the president's
recommendations for the retirement of,
greenbacks by an issue of bonds.
Mr. Cannon (rep ), Illinois, said everything
demonstrates tho absolute
necessity of revenuo legislation that
will bring increased receipts. Upon
the Cuban question ho thought, from
his reading of the message, that congress
should await executive action
aud recommends as to Cuba.
Uen. "Joe" Wheeler (dem.), of Alabama,
said ho believed a decided, firm
stand with regard to Cuba would receive
tho approval of tho civilized
Mr. McCrcary (dem.), Kentucky,
said: 1 am pleased with the president's
reference to tho Cuban and
Venezuelan questions and the tariff:'
While I sympathize with the Cuban
patriots, and hope some day to sec
Cuba a free and independent republic,
I do not expect the president, so near
tho close of his term, to recommend
any legislation which might seriously
interrupt the friendly relations exist
ing between us and Spain, or which
might lead to war.
Mr. Taft (rep.), Ohio, said: The president
has stated the position of the
United States forcibly. He shows
that we have responded to all
the duties demanded by international
law. What ho says may be considered
as a notice to Spain that the
present condition can riot continue in
definitely. The president leaves it an
open question whether or not ho will
interfere. It looks as if ho intended to
turn the Cuban question over to Mc-Kinley
Mr. Patterson (dem.), Tennessee:
The president's treatment of the Cuban
question is patriotic and statesmanlike.
I believe ho has pointed out tho
way for nn honorable settlement of a
Mr. Loud (rep.), California: Tho position
of the president on Cuban affairs
should receive tho commendation
of all Americans.
Mr. Llviughton (dem.), Georgia: His
position on tho Cuban question will
not meet with acceptance by the administration
people. It is too foreign
and not enough American. Mr.
(rep.) Pa.: Tho message is fair as
to everything but the tariff Tho only
questions that tho public aro interested
in arc Cuba and, the tariff. I like
best that reference to Cuba where ho
shows a determination not to permit
nny other power to intevfero in tho
island's affairs. I don't think congress
will join in tho president's fear that
wo may havo too much revenuo and
Window Glass Workers Secede.
PiTTsnuitGH, Pa., Dec. 8. Secession
has begun within tho Window Glass
Workers' association. Monday 51
erty owning members in Pittsburgh
withdrow, nnd others to tho number of
about 2,000 aro said to havo determined
to follow the load. Tho step
was taken, according to A. H.
ono of the founders of the association
and ex-treasurer, because, in
tho opinion of legal advisors, tho property
owning members aro liable at law
for tho entire indebtedness of the association.
General l'unslon Appropriation Hill.
Washington, Dee. 8 Tho general
pension appropriation bill for the year
enuingdune au, isua, wiilcli was Monday
reported to tho house from the appropriation
committee, carries a total
of 8141,203,880. This is 505,000 less
than the appropriation for the current
fiscal year and the same amount under
tho estimates submitted by tho commissioner
Shnet Strnl for Tin l'late.
LoitAiNK, O., Dec. 8. Tho Johnson
.Steel Co. will Tuesday try tlio first
experiment at rolling sheet steel for
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HOW TO GET UP A "CENTURY1
And Secure tho Iterating of tho Greatest of
Four Dollur Mnsu.lnes for Ouo Dullnr.
Everybody wants to take The Century
during tho coming your on nceount
written by Grant's friend and staff officer,
Gen. Horace Porter, and the
novel of tho American revolution,
"Hugh Wynne, Free Quaker," in which
Washington is one of the characters.
The Century costs $4.00 a year, and
iruiny people aro clubbing together In
groups of four, each one securing the
lending of tho magazine ono week in
If you want The Century in 1897 (ami
who does not?) a little, work among
your friends will result in finding threo
others who want it too. Get one dollar
from ench of them( and send $4.00
to The Century Company, tJiiion square,
New York, for a year's subscription.
Begin with December, and the publishers
will send you the, November number
free, in which these scrinls begin.
There are many dollar magazines, but
thei;c"ls;iiothing like The Century, and
by this arrangement it will cost you no
more thun a cheap mngnzlnc.
Youno Medical Student (to clinrltv patient)
"I think you must have a
kind of a-a fever, but Our class 1ms only
gono as far as convulsions. I'll cotno In
a wcolc when wo get to fevers."
Crop Outlook In South Dakotit
It requires but a small amount of rainfall
In South Dakota to niuturo tho crop.
During 1MM South Dakota hud, up to September
Wth, threo nnd seven tontlis inches
tnoro of rain-full than for any of tho previous
sixteen years. Slnco September SJlli
thero has been added nt least threo or four
inches to tho excess, making a gaiu of nearly
eight inches moio than lho average.
Eirly in November thero wcro heavy rains,
depositing over two inches, nnd siucotbcil
thero havo ben heavy snows, and about a
foot of snow covered tlio ground on November
25th. Dakota farmers have nbuudnnco
of hay and great supplies of oats, barley
and corn. Wheat hns advanced to about
isoventy cents a buhel in tho local market,
ana nrosneets lor iurincr nuvnnco aro coou.
1 Tho ground will como out In tho spring bet
ter soauoa innn over uoiore. mho prospect
tyr better prices nextyear is goon. Tlicro
aro thousands of pcoplo in tho Fast uho
could do no better than to co to South I)a
kota now and buy their seed nnd feed for
next year, and move out In tho spring.
First-class farming land In South Dakota,
a.oui? the lines of thoChlca(ro.Mllwnukeo&
St. Paul railway, can now bo bought at
from $10 to ?15 an ncro. m no crc.uncry la
ony Building, Chicago, or II. F. Huntcii,
Jmmigr.itlon Agent for South Dakota, 205
Dearborn Street, Chicago, 111.
Bamiiuht "I hear that Stlmpton is dead.
Did ho leavo his wlfo much?" Misnah "1
Asupposo so. Ho always left her as much as
I! n ..,lll.l ,1.1,(1. ,tna nll.rn It Tlnn,.... Wi.....
L Titcnn is moro Cntanh In this section of
f tho couutry than all other diseases put to
gether, and until tlio last row J cars was supposed
to bo incurable. For a great many
years doctors pronounced it a local disease,
ami prescribed local remedies, nnd by constantly
failing to euro with local treatment,
pronounced it Incurable Scicncohas proven
catarrh to bo a cqnstitutional liensc, and
thereforo requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Curo, manufactured by F..T.
Chenv & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tho only
constitutional curo on tho market. It is
taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a
tcaapoonful. It nets directly on tho blood
and mucous surfaces of tho svEtcm. They
offer ono hundred dollars for nny case ft
fails tocuro. Send for circulars and testimonials.
Address F. J. Ciikniiv & Co., Toledo,
O. Sold bvDrugclsts, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills aro tho best.
Tim setting of n
eottlntr of tho sun.
great bono is like tho
Tho brightness of our
life Is cone, shadows of tho cveninc lull
around us, nnd tho world seems but a
broader shadow. Longfellow.
We havo received from Warner's Snfo
Curo Co., of Rochester, N. Y., whoso advertisement
may bo -found in nnuthcr column,
tholr attractive pamphlet for ltfr", o"
which llvo million copies, It is stated, nro
belngdi9trlbuted fr. o by mail and through
druggists. It contains besides a J wi Using
matter, blogrnphlcul sketches and portraits
of tlio Piesideuts of thn United States Including
President-elect McKinloy. The pcru
sal of tho pamphlet affords nbundnut proof
thrt Warner's Salo Curo Co., which has
twenty years of success b.ick of It, is us
act Ivo and cntorprisitg us over.
One Matuon "Sinco I havo been married
I havo taught my husband good tasto."
Another "Really f It is a pood thing for
you that you did not teach him before yon
wero married." Tit-Bits.
ftlowTocuro Rheumatism Uso St. Jacobs
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f It is brave to overcome, it Is saintly to
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LIVESTOCK Cattlo.commoQi. y 00
Select butchers J 83
CALVES r'alr to good light... 4 OU
HOGS Common - 25
Mixed pickers. - 0
Light shippers 2 15
5HKEI' luoioe - to
LjAMHS Good to cnoico 3 (0
FLOUK Winter family 3 w
GRAIN Wheat No. 2 rod....
No. 3 red
Corn No. 2 mixed
Oats No. 2
Rye No. 2.
HAY Prlmo to choice 11 CO
V Ivird Prlmo steam
Prime to choice creamery..
POTATOES Now, por bbl.... 7i
FLOUR Winter patent 4 00
GRAIN Wheat No. I north'n.
' No. a red
CORN No. Umlxcd
0. b Mi
PORK Now mess 1)75
FLOUR Winter patents 4 50
PORK Mess 0 80
LARO Steam 3 7)
GRAIN Wheat No. s Bu
Corn Mixed 21)
Oats Mixed 25
CATTLE First- quality. 3 03
HOGS Western., 3 0)
GHAIN Whoat No. 2
Corn No. 2 mlxod
Oats Na .'mixed
FLOUR Wlntor pa to lit. i 73
GRAIN Wheat Na 2 red.,.,.
Corn Mixed '
WOats Mixed .".,.'....
POHK Mess ... tl
liARU Steam . Tii.t. .
uitAi.N vneai ,a ; rea miya
No. - Chicago sDrlntr H7nn
CORN No. 2 2.IHii3
(3 4 73
fed 2 0J
ti. 3 03
Si 3 3J
f(t i 0)
(ES 3 0J
Hi 3 0
0 1 75
B 1 Oi)
to 4 10
a 4 75
ra 4 75
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i Fnlso Witnesses.
Thero nro t knaves now nnd tho i mot with
who ropicscnt certain local letters and
poisonous stimuli us identical villi or possessing
properiles uhlu to those of
Stomueli Bitters. Theso s lamps only
succeed in lolstliig their trashy cunipounuo
upon people utineqiialntcd with Uio genuine
article, which 1j us much their opposito ns
day is to night. Ask and tuko no substitute
for tho grand remedy for malaria, dyspep.
sla, constipation, rheumatism and kidney
DocTon "Now, what did your fathor and
mother dio of?" Applicant for Lifo
"Well. sir. 1 can't say ns 1 exactly
remember; but It wasn't nnythlng sorlous.1'
Cheap Excursion to tho West, North nnd
I " Northwest.
On Docombor 1 and 15, 1800, tho North
Wostorn Lino (Chicago &
Hallway) will sell excursion tickets to a
largo number of points In tho west, north
and northwest. For full information apply
to tlekot agents of connecting lines, or address
W. U. Kniskhiin, General Passenger
and Tic1 )t Agent, 0. & N. W. It'y, Chicago,
A ttioiiT stnto of heart cannot bo main-1
tallied, without keening a closo 'watch on
I tho tongue. Barn's Iloru.
Fns stopped frco and permanently cured.
No Ills after first day's uso of I)r. Kllno's
Great Ncrvo Restorer. Frco $2 trial bottlo &
treatise. Dn. Ki.i.nis, 1KB Arch 8t.,Phila., Pa.
Roil down many a man's religion, and it
Uil! bo fotlnd to havo been nothing but
froth. Ham's Horn.
BuTTF.ntiuios como to all cured of aches
and pains by St. Jacobs Oil.
Don't go with tho crowd simply because
it is a crowd. Hani's Horn.
Wnns pain ceases, iio9UfTqrcrovorregrots
lho price ho paid for St Jacobs Oil.
Oun lives aro tho open volumo tho world
W&gL V Mil
When the appetite fails there is no use in
trying to tempt the palate with delicate food.
No matter how good and well-cooked and
"appetizing" the food may be, it cannot
give any nourishment unless the stomach is
able to digest it. Nature indicates the slnte
of the constitution by the loss of appetite.
This is an unfailing indicator. It shows
that something is fundamentally wrong
with the nutritive functions.
The only true natural relief must be ns
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blood nnd healthy tifsue. It gives
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builds up solid muscular strength aud
vital nerve -energy.
H. II. Thompson, Rsq., of I'. O. Ilox 4. Klpple,
lilnlr Co., I'tnn'n, writes: " I had been ttoubled
with (.xlrctue vomiting in summer season, nl.
wnjsnttcrentliiH; lind tote very careful nt times
toftct nnuhlnctostnycn my Ftomnch nt nil lind
been taking other medicines, but uilliout effect.
I heard n friend speak of I)r Pierce's Colilen
Medical Discovery, nnd thought I would pe it a
trial. I used nboul five liollies of it and think it
is the only medicine that did mc nny pood, ns I
li.ic n snkndld nppcllle now, nnd mil nol
nny medicine at nil and don't think I need any
A man who is suffering from the evil
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work, and can't even enjoy h's
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never gripe. Dishonest diusrgists try to
get you to take a substitute for the sake
of the added profit.
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A. tf. K.-K.
is a disease which afflicts over 73 per
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Blow digestion, nervousness, bad
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