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C'OIU'N T Y :p A PER
i.P. vDOnVNS A CO.,
Te f (8ubcrij)tlon :
(TWO DOI.IAttS A YKAU IN ADVANCE.
FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1883
1. HitlxcrlSort win) ttct vot iilvu cmrcu
tWe to the contrary, irt rnnililrretl ti wlihlhtf
.io comiiuw innr miuhtihiioii.
me, iiulillalfCr inny (-nttiutc to stud tlirm un
til all charm-a :iru
3. K BiMxcrltipn nrclrrt or refuse tn take
thulr i.iiii-ra tmiii tlio iitlli-o tr pl:ir!t litcli
thtv in .Jwnt. tlioy nrv lu'M reitminllitr until
linry acuio im'ir unit nuu ric nuu uviiru m in
i. It anlncrlbcra move toother pl.tooa with
.oiil Informlnu tlio imlilUlwr. tlii-v um lirlil n-
,faiillile. Notice Mioulil H irtvi-u ( tlin ri
S. Tlio court liuvp riVt-Mivt tli.it rrfii.lnu I
lUkPtliH );iu r from t He gQict',1 prima I.i.l i-vl
iiieiicc ai iiiKuiiiou.ti iraun.
Tub cholera In Eypt Is still
Des Moine.x, Iowa, wits treated Willi
a t evero bluw Tuefdny Inst.
Wheat U advancing; provisions nro
firmer, and tho speculators are losln
Uiclr heads again.
No effort bas, as yet, bocn mado to
enforen thu Sunday law in the lnryu
pities throughout the state.
Tin: Massaclitttcttfl prohibitionists
-will hold a xtnta convention in Huston
.oil tlio third ednosday in Septumber.
ATTOHNICy-Gr.NK.lt AL IttiKWBTCIt is
, about to instltuto mils against parties
. charged with election fraeds in North
Tub barrel In Ohio has probably been
tippitd. The disgruntled Cincinnati only smoulder during thu session
1 KEE," CLEAR t OF ITHE POST.
i'I'Ihto nl-lulHif Uic'illxciission 6ft nr-
ilf and free trade in tho Democratic
prcs-t. Tho very loud and nugrcsslvo
free traders had It all their own wtv
for a time, and so long n thorn was
little or no opposition made, every
thing will hluu with sulphurous talk
nbout what thoy were golnij lo do with
tho "feiu'cndi's" and "traitors" who
did not dare come up to tho lino on tho
great Issue. Thwy sent tho "cowards" to
thu rear ami drummed tho traitors out
of camp at a rato that bade fair to
leave tho patty with nothing in it but
brlgadler-ceiierals and a brass band.
Hut thu protection wing of the party
and tho leader and tho newspapers
that believe a good deal more In getting
votes than standing up for principles of
any sort, hayo been making ihemsolvas
heard within the past week or two, and
thu effect I ins been to make thu slang-
whanging frco traders take in tlieir
horns to ome extent. Oulyashott
titno ago It fcemcd likely If any de
pendeuce could bo placed upon the as
serllons of tho Democratic leaders and
newspapers engaged in thu racket
that tho first thing th parly would do
In tlio next Congress would be to tack
lo tho turltf question. 1 hey were go.
lug to elect a free trade Speaker who
would make up the Ways and Means
Comtr.il tuo In that Interest and set
themselves at wurk at once to ruform
It looks a little less like Itatthix
moment. Tho impression grow that
the Speaker will not be a free trader
that, on thu contrary, Mr. Kamlall will
occupy tho chair; that thu Ways and
Means Commltteo will be composed oi
expert dodgers, and that the "burning
question," ar. tho fiee traders call their
hobby, will be so wet down that It will
Enquirer says: "Lot the harmony bo
sufllciont to go clear around." Wo
novor heard of it being called haronony
Henuy Wnttereon has called Mayor
Harrison n buffoon, and Mayor Ilnr-
rison retorts by calling Henry Walter-
son "a nowspapor crank." It would
appear to a man up a treo that they are
both pretty near right.
The Philadelphia I'ress says: "Sena-
,tor Cullom, of Illinois, would not ob
joct to taking second place on the Na
tional Republican ticket, wUh Hlaino at
tho ucau." this win uo news to ui
lorn, If ho has any Vico Presidential
aspirations ho has admirably succeeded
in concealing them.
TnE ClncinnaU'Commcrelal (inz-itto
is oyidontly not much Impressed with
tho genius who presides over tho pollti
.cal department of tho Now Yurie Hor- called to the driver with great earnest'
aid. It says: "The political depart- noss: "Ho sure and keep clcaiof the
viows oi senator baton as recently ex
pressed In a published letter, are uu
coptcd by a majority of tho party. That
gentleman remember with great clear
ness what happened from tac'. ling the
tariff quotion in 1880, and ho Is anx
lous to avoid a repetition of It. Ills
feeling is very much the samo as that
ot tho bereaved husband whoso wife,
supposed to be dead, was being taken
to the cemetery. The carelebs driver
of tho hear.o struck a post as ho was
driving Into the cemetery: the hears
tipped over, the coffin bursted open,
and tho occupant being only In a trance
camo to consciousness and returned
homo with the mourners. Some months
afterward sbo did actually dlo. The
second funeral was in prorrcss
and tho procc'slnn was drawing near
to tho cemetery gale, when the be
reaved huxband slipped out of his car
riage and running up to the hearse
ment of tho Herald should be carefully
diandlcd. Thore is u weak spot that
should not bo squsezod until it is prick
Postmasteh Uoticral Gresham has
decided that Key's lottery-business or
dor, siupondoJ In tho caso ot Louisiana trance, came
halt bo enforced hereafter. The Uni
ted Statos mall servleo shall bo govern
ed by a uniform policy In that respect
Pressuro is now to bo brought to bear
for the prohibition of tho transportation
by thu malls of newspapers containing
Ltko this carnot mourner, Mr. Eaton
Ims m-utlted by experience. Ho re
members tUo post the hearse hit in
1880, and how tho tariff question, sup
posed to be dead, but really only In a
out allvo and kicking.
Most of the party remember it, and il
the next Congrcus heeds their couusel
It will "keep clear oi the post."
Cnor.Kit.v has mado itself manifest in
tlio Egyptian rapitol and in London,
brought to thn latter city by shipping
direct from Egypt. If skips coming
through the Suez Canal liavo carried
tho germs of tho disease to London,
thoro is no telling to what other parts
In a recent interview Senator Voor-
bcos boldly declared his continued ad
horonco to tho doctriuo oi protection to
'American Industries, which ho avowed of tho world It may not have been ta-
a couple of years ago at the Atlanta cot- ken. It is bocomlng that tho quaran-
ton exposition. He warn tho Domo- tino ofllecrs of all American ports bo on
cracy against the folly of freo tradism, tho lookout. Tho month of Augnst has
and avers that it was tho unsatisfactory hitherto been tho most favorable month
position of the party on that vital ques- of tho year for the spread of the dls
THE OUTLOOK IN IOWA.
It may bo Hint nomo Iowa ltcpitbll-
ana will bolt the ticket this (all. Uut
It docs not follow that the ticket will be
defeated. Many who nro prognostica
ting such defeat are simply nllowlng
their prophecies to give voire to their
wishes. The desertions may bo num
erous in ponio parts of tho State, but a
great party contending for what tho
majority of Its members consider a vital
principle, nnd one thnt stands closu tti
their homo life, will draw to tt recruits
from unexpected sources, and if thero
ns Instuttio u fooling on thu temper-
nuco caitsu in Iowa as wo believe lucre
Is, tho result will be a gtutut vic
tory. A combination of clrcunutaiiccs
compel all the belter ulumcntx to side
with ltepubllcans In this contest. 1 hu
party could not have dmio olhur wine
than stand by the earnest convictions
not only of the majority of its members,
hut tho majority of the people of t lie
State as expressed nt the polls. It could
not ignore tho logic of June, 1882, and
bo cntwUtciit with Its own history.
Some papers have called attention to
tho danger of losing Scott County
(Davenport) and some other Republi
can localities where tlio (icrmati ele
ment Is strong; but thero is an oil-sot
for this kind ot losses. Promlueiit
Democrats are already beglnitig to
espouse tho causa of temperance legisla
tion. Then, too, the (jrecuhnckoiH,
quite numerous in Iowa, nro mostly
favor of tho amendment. The third
party drew very fow recruits from tho
(ierman ranks. Our Tculmilu citizens
believed in hard money almost to a
man. The avtrago Greenbaeker It a
Yankee with great faith in the power
of law. If he believes that the govern
ment can innka good times by indue-
triors U'O ot the bureau of printing,
reeling ofT wealthy by Milking off legal
tender notes, ho would naturally m
faith la the power of legislation lo
check the ctIIs ot whisky, the raw ma
terial of crime. It is morally certain
that tho great bulk of the (ireenback
vote of Iowa will rally to tho support
of the Republicans thin fall.
This Imu of reflection is not guess
work. Tho campaign has hardly be
gun, but several prominent anti-Re-publicans
have already come out as
Republicans by brevet. Mr. Mcrsl.on,
a protnlutent (Jreenbackcr of Jasper
County, has taken his xtnnd with the
Republicans, and ex-Senators Stone
man and Maginnis, Judge Mellemy,
nnd other leading Dzmoerats refuse to
train with their party in this campaign
They may go back in 1881 on National
Issues. However that may be, they
will do what tbey can for tho promo
tlon ot the cause of tomperanco without
regard to strictly polliioafresults. The
election is thrco months ahead, and the
yenst of tho campaign has not fairly
commenced to work. It U a low csti
mate to say that fifteen thoiuand Demo.
crat8 will vcfuso to enroll themselves
subjects of King Alcohol. There were
In 1880, 0-22,173 presidential votes cast.
At the present time there must bo over
350.000 voters in the State. A ll'.tlo
over 10 per cout nro (rcenbackors, and
over 32 per cent Domoerats. Of tho
30,000 Greenbackers in thu Slate it is a
low estimate to say that two-thirds of
them will support prohibition in Octo
ber next. Each In his several legisla
tivo district will do what he can to clout
a Legislature which will reflect and
carry out his views on temperance.
Thero can bo no doubt of this. Iowa
has no largo city. Its population Is
rural for tho nwi part, and fanners as
a rule have no sympathy with ortolera
tiou for the liquor traffic.
ANDERSON & BOYD,
MANUFACTURERS OF AND DEALERS IN
Single and Double Buggy Harness,
Four Points Ahead of All Competition:
lHt.--TIIE BEST LEATHER.
2hc1.-TIIE BEST WORKMANSHIP.
.WE WARRANT EVERY STRAP IN OUR HARNESS.
lth.-WE CARRY THE REST ASSORTMENT OP HAR
NESS, COLLARS, RRIDLES.WHIPS,
Brnshes, Fly Nets, Lap Blisters, Spirt Patent Collars- test in use.
OUR MOTTO IS
Not Hoav Olieiip, 33 nt liow Good.
Ik regard to presidential candidates,
one fact has, ns n rule, been oborvud
in tho pHPt that men who took tho
alns to put themselves foiward have
never been wanted by tho pooplo. Pol
iticians plot and counterplot, but as tho
time for election arrives public senti
ment has become so crystallized that tho
party malingers havo to contont thom
selvcs with registering tho popular
proferenco. As it bas been In tho past,
will bo ft year from now. Twolvo
months Is a long tlmo In theso days ol
quick Intercourse, nnd when tho man
In Maine nnd the man in Oregon read
iu samu things nnd think of tho sntua
subject every morning. Tho wisest
man, with tho bee In his bonnet, Is ho
who lets it buzz without calling every
body's attention to tho insect.
A Beneflclent Aotlon.
Tho miserable looks nnd feelings ot
those con lined nt desks or work table.
are caused by weak Stomach, Kidneys
or Rowels. Parker's Ginger Tonic
without intoxicating has such a bene
flclent action oa these organs and so
cicanscs uiu poisonous matters irnin
tho KTHtem, that rosy cheeks nnd good
culth aro soon brought back ngnln.
Phil. J. Zilles,
-AN1 DKAI.Elt 1N-
ltlon that lost them tha stato In 1880.
Dakota mav bo a very desirable lo
eality to Hit to, but persons who haye
'such a muvo in contemplation should
investigate pretty thoroughly bsfoio
"pulling up stakes heio. Cincinnati En
quirer. " Perhaps It will bo just as well to wait
until aflor tho October election nnd sco
whether Ohio settles on flee whisky and
f,no Democratic party. If" it Uoo the
average man will mako no mistake In
striking straight for Dakota,
Ex-Govcrnor Phelps Is enjoying a
little boom for tho nomination for gov
ernor, bis frionds oven Intimating that
bo might rccelvo tho Democratic noml
nation (or tho presidency should ho be
elected governor of Missouri. The men
who tiro booming hlui cull him "tho
Which smacks too much of Carter Har
rlson and Chicago Democracy to suit
tho butternut nnd Jeans of Missouri.
.'1'ho storu old man Is uut as bad us ho
fias sometimes been painted, but that
'steamboat story would kill a saint in a
BiiAUSTKKKT's for July 7 has a report
of winlor and spring wheat.upon which
'it estimates tho production for 1883 at
'443,360,000 bushels. Tho report of the
Agricultural Dopartinont lor iuhs was
li raust root's says
case, and not till It is past can wo con
gratulate ourselves ns having escaped
tho peril. Meantime clean uo tho
streets, alleys and gutters, and proparo
ns If tho enemy wero nt our doors.
Coi.onki- Iugersoll wroto this little
poom to a friend wlio.o mother had
just died at a goodly ago: "After all,
there is so mot Id ng tondoily appropriate
in tho scrcno death of the old. Noth
ing Is moro touching than tho death of
the young, tho strong. Rut when tho
dntles of life havo all beon nobly done,
when the sun touches tho horixon,whon
the purplo twilight falls upon tho pre
sent, the past, and tho future, when
memory with dun eyes can scarcely
poll thu records of tho vanished days,
then, surrounded by friends, death
comes liku a strain of music. Tho day
bas boon long, tho road wei.ry, nnd wo
gladly stop at tlm inn."
Bucklon's Arnica Salve
Tho greatest medical wonder of tho
world. Warranted to spedlly enre
Rums, Bruises, Cuts Ulcers, Snlt
Rheum. Fever Sores, Cancers, Piles,
Chilblains, Corns, Chapped nanus
nnd all skin eruptions guaranteed lo
euro In every instance, or money efund
cu. -'o cents per uox.
North Side Public Square, Oregon, Mo.
BLUM & CO.,
BEST STYLES and
LOWEST PRICES in
Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes, Hats,
and Gaps, Etc.
We also carry n Largo and well selected Stock of
That the Democracy feel that tho
sentiment of tho people of this country Is
favorable to protection Is shown in their
platform, which generally evade tlio
quoutio.i or to word It that Incidental
protection may bo inferred, or it inny
not. Just tho way yon look at It. Tlio
luadlng free traders in the party aro
generally too cautious to Insist on tho
Adoption of their viows, evidently lecl-
Ing that defeat would bo certain to fol
low, If they did. Sono of them point
to the fact, that to rai'o the i uremic ro
quired to meet tho expenses of this
government, lnsnro protection to near
ly everything imported and that a pro
tectionist Democrat need have no fears
of evil, growing out of Democratic
success. View it as we will, wo Hud
that tho only plank the Domocrucr
lnfpe to slip through on, Is that they
ought t.i have the ofllcc. Tho Repub
licans havo ha I them long enough.
Found at Last.
An agreeable drosslrg for tho hair.
that will stop it falling, ha been long
sought for. ratker's Hair llalsam. dis
Ingulshed for its purity, lullv supplies
Which will b3 sold as cheap as can bo bought of any firm iu the county,
(iivo us a call ulul piieu our goods before purchasing elsewhere.
Pierce, Blum &Co.,
desires to say to overj body that want t buy a set ot
or anything elso in tho HARNESS LINE, that it will hu to your benefit
to get his Prices before buying clsowhero, ns he has the LARGEST and
HKi 1" ASSORTMENT of HARNESS and SADDLES in tho County. All
my goods wore bought right, and I guarantee that they will ho .told
right. I mako my own Saddles, and will save you from 15 to M per
cent, on Saddles alone.
id. hue. nynTinsr,
OREGON, MO., 1st Door South of Bank.
A. M. SAXTON.
It. U. HKNDKUIK
Mil. Kehii, of Indiana not tho star
route bungler but a very good Hoos
ler lawyer, son ot the Into Speaker Kerr,
has been Interviewed, and In his opinion
tho Democrats ot Indiana will bo solid
tor McDonald for President. At tho
present tlmo Ins chances for tho nomi
nation nro the best of all tho candidates,
not excepting tho celebato (5overnor4of
New York. Indiana Is bound to bw In
1881 as in 1880, tho pivotal flute, mid'
her delegation in each national conven
tion will bo sure to maKu tha most of
this fact. It will lie even moro obvi
ous next year than It was four year before.
SAXTON & HENDRICK,
Wo liavo ri')ilcnhlipit mir Mock smco tlio holidays ultli inuisully larno purchases to commonco
inn new year wan
A More Complete Stock than Ever
TliiuikliiK our many patrons and friends for their liberal imtniiiuiie for Hie past your, wn hope
) iuir mm iiuiiituuju ui-miiin iuru uiuuinu.iuuu in um n.unu i iii-m. iiimniK nimiy ui-w ru-uuim-p-
to our Iiiiiiiciiin liu, wa hoiioto Increase our liir-lnext tills ear In the name ratio as for tilt-pas!
warranted, ns represented or money refunded
four years. W have all isradei of
odds In our lino to suit all cIuhmch of trade. Kvery imirle
wo rail special attention to our larsu puiock oi
TnK leading Democratic journal of
Ohio, tho Cincinnati Enquirer, makes
tho following frantic nppoal to Domo
crallo voters to elect Judgo Hoadlv
Governor In October. It says : Judgo
lloudly's Toledo speech shows that tho
Dotuocrntlu candidate has a wonderful
fund of information about affairs in
Spain almost equal to Sam Hunt's
knowledge of the Pyramids. And this
l .t fV ..It-- -tl .
Kni oo9 i7n i.iikIioIs. Hradstroet'ssavs: suggests mat ii jioaiuy win sccuro us
The exhibit shows a probable decrease Spanish voto, nnd Mr. Hunt can be
current year of over 69,000,000 "mueeu io iuhko iv lew spot-ones io uiu
nf wlnlnr nnd an increnso of "uo aiiujtuis oi nraui noy, vieiory win
oror 8.000.000 bushols of spring wheat l'r w''!?g P" t' ""'"O'
- . .. muo ., cratlu banner in October.
A Wide Awake Drutjglat.
'as compared with tho output of 1882, u
Ws of ovor .18 percontof tho wintor
mid a cam of over 7 per cent of spring
whoat.or a net decline of about 01,000,- Mr T. S. Hlndo, is always wide
w ' i....i.,.u in nrn.inntfiiii. nr over 12 awako in his business nnd spares no
"I fpi.i. .ui,i, ,hn mimliKi of P'dus lo secure tho host of every article
.per cqnt. This, with tho surplus oi i ,. . . ' ,,
about 60.000.000 carried ovor from the
oropynar ending uly 1,1883, will leave
tho counjry qulto as well prepared to
auppi) lis aomesuu requuuuiouui, w
sldss moeting tho demand abroad, at it
,wm a year ago, alter a short crop and
itk m light surplus.1'
in his lino, lie has secured the ngenuy
fur the celobrated Dr King's Nuw Dis
covery for Consumption. Tho only
cortaln ere known tor Consumption,
Coughs, Colds Hoarseness, Asthma
Hav Fvcr, Ilronchits, or any affection
of tho Throat and Lungs. Sold on a
positive gniiranteo. Will give you a
Trial Holllo freo. Regular size SI 00
Improvement for Mind and Body.
There is moro strongth-restoring
power in iv bottlo ot Parker's (Jtnger
Tonic than in a bushel of nmlt or a gal
ton of milk. As an appetizer, blood
purifier and kidney corrector, thore is
nothing like it, and invalids consequ
ently find it n wondorful invlgoraut
for mind and body. Commorcial.
A codfish and limburgor cheese storo
standi on tho spot whero groat Julius
Caesar fell. A contury henco tho fields
on which the Virginia editors fonglit
may be an ordinary cow pasture
What will euro tho worst caso of Dvs
nensla? What will insure a. henrtv an-
petite and inoroased dlcostlon? what
will cura gonoral debility nnd giyo a
now feaso of Ufa? What will dispel ner
vous depression and low spirits? Whst
will rustoru oznausteu mothers to full
stretiL'tliP Whnt will strengthen norves
and musclos? What will enrich the
blood? What will cnablo you to over
come weakness, wakefulness and lack
of energy? What will prevent chills
and fever and othor effects of malarial
poison? Brown's Iron lilt tors. It is well
to know this.
Heavy DuokH and iJenims
Minton & Burgess', Foroet City.
Watches, Clods, Jewelry, Diamonds ana Silverware,
Whlrh von will alwavn II ml eomnlete. Wo IhvIIo all to call and Insoeet our Block and nrlres. Ite
pairing of lluu w.itchox'u upoclafty, liy tho most .skillful workmen ; warranted to give. HiitUfartlon
SAXTON & HENDRICK, Jewelers,
SOO Felix St., net. Flllli and Sixth, opposite, Louis Ilax's furniture, establishment,
ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI.
PROBATE COURT DOCKET
A.UTCJSST TJEIMMC, 1883.
Martin .Itilm V
llooro Louis 1
Duvli I-evl M
Ilculcr Ilatllo and Kmma
Forney O W
Kumsey S M
llacou Mumucl (I
I'erklus John U
First Day, Monday, Augbst I3tlt, 1883
A 1M I N I HTATO It.
T V Oolllns
It Watklus Curator
Jas Heott CuraUr
Second Day, Tuesday, August 14th, 1883,
. Silas Carter Curator
Kliabeth Vinson Kxociitrlx
H H Vouiik Curator
w in u AIIUO.H
Third Day, Wednesday August 15th, 1883.
Jas VauRhn Kxccutor
-s Abraliaia liueks Curator
(loo Anderson Curator
Albert Itocckur Curator
(l A uauuiity
Tlilril nnd Final
Til nl Keltloineut
rlocoiid and Final
Third and Final
llrlnnetjar A .1 heirs
Fourth Day, Thursday, August 16th, 1883,
f 1 W Thomas
las 8cott Curator
W b (lordon
Win lleauchnmp Ounnllnu
L. R. KN0WLE8, Probate Judge.
Thk Hoston Herald, noting the
spasm of virtuo in tlio Democratic par
nnd thu maxim of the New York
Sun, Turn out tho rascals," onumor
ates a long list of Democratic rascals
whose names have passed Into history,
such us Swurtout, Floyd, Thompson,
FoAler, Tweed and Polk. To which
tlio ot. i.ouis licpumicnu gleefully re
sponds that "the names given aro men
whoso crimes nro absolutely unknown
to nine out ot ten voters of I lie country
belonging to an era ot tho forgotten
past which plas no part In present
politics." While it Is truo that tho par
ty owning these was a generation ago
retired, it is not sato to say thu lesson
has boon forgotten. Honesty in thu
administration of public affairs is tint
very last issuu tho Democracy shnuli
raise, until tho men who lived and read
history from 18.00 to tho present time
havo gnuo to their final rewards.
Minton (5 Burgess
E. P. H0STETTER.
Koops tho only First-Class
In thn City. Keeps rnnstantlyon haid a full
G5$ds Pickles and
at reasonable rates. Hpecl;
allies ami .ichich. norm uiu
WAITED ! !
ting I heir broken Hug
iiv, nnuau Kimisoi
foments to the
THE BEST TONIC.
Ouro Completely Ptppi.
InillKNtlon, Hntnrtn, f.lvr !
Hlrinvy Complnlnlii. nrult
sad I'liyiUrlaMs eadoro It.
Utc only Itrown'i Iron Blltcra Bad W
, Drown Chcraleil Co., Baltimore. CrouM
red lint, and traJt-malk oa wrapptr.
THIS MAQNETIC BELT IS
WARRANTED TO eUREj-S;
, wlnt tea, 4laS
vltbotttmMtdaot Pt In thbMk
evmallim. yarAir! Meniiir1i
emiail Cfitoni Impotent, nathmtu htmrf 4I
My dyipvpiMftf fttipuUnn rrlpMt Iff
Whtii 7nVdMUtyef the CEXEHATITEOEOAjr
occurt, liMtTltlllr. Uvk raerru rrc aaA viM
WMtJaff wnkBCMt.Dil all UiaMlUrnM4 faB'
onat Malartt, from wli.MYer oauwi, the oontlnaoa
irrftm of MturntUMii pormfatlnr tbraasl
aiatrfterelicm Co hcUfer oetlea. lUvreleaa
umv awus wits t'Vlluuv
AIDOUINAL 3UPP0RTER. -
Exhauttloa.DTPfcpttK.er with IMiMuiMorchp Lit
er Uldaor llvadaehA spOoIA fMVvnUM f
Wuk AhiIml ar RwaIIfh Fret. IU1 Abdominal
caitt a, aowurfiu uioituotla force to tho eeai Of tM
VMlt lal ta.
uirt a m r of Xftffnot lo root JUttcriei naTo uo uperi9r
Inttte ru'lff anitcuro of all thrii Asirllo. Thf
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