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THE AKGUB, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1895.
Mot lee ot Falrllaatloa.
STATS Of ILLINOIS. I
Kncs liun C'otmtT. i
In th. cirrnlt fnrt. Xuiniry Urm. 1WS
lit Stat? T. William ttaej. In chancery.
ASUarlt of non-realdenr of Wll'um (c. the
above defendant. nana ben lllxl In " clera
nrae of l he circuit court of Mil county, notice I
lhrr.f r hereby aliren to fbo raid noo-rce dent
defendant IhatthatnmHainatit .! er bill of
nmpl.iullnii.il rent. n the thM-cerr ide
thereof iMillwlflih lr f bM'..nd
tliat lDerrapnaiiinnvm li"l Ml of sad
eoirt. Im rvin hU t 1" pending;, returna
ble on the r.i Monday m lbs moalk of January
neat, l M" required
Now. sol" m yoo. t lie tmil noo-rendnt defend
ant ebote n-med.Wilukm Staur, rbill personally
he and appear win Mid circuit court, on the
am' ear t.f rt nxt rm I hereof, to bo boldtn t
Krk Manri In id fur the Mid eoonty, on iha
.r Honoay In Jannary neit.aad plead, answer
rdnitiru the eid complainant's bill nf com
plaint. ii .ame ami toe matter and thinirs
terln rhnfd ami .tated will retaken a con
fravd. n'l a rlorn-e entered agalni-t jon accord
ing I" the jirrjrrnf Mill bill.
f.KORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
j M Mnnet.rT.Ovnillnnt" Solicitor.
nr k laiau I. in nor. in, wva.
fTATR OF II.LlmH
llm ( iKijknn Cot-xtr "
In the elrelt cmrt, Janoery term, W.
Joaie McDonald ta. Artbnr McDucald, In Chan
eery. Affidavit of ann rea'denre of Arthur McDon
ald the above defendant having been tied in
clerk' omen of tbe cirrnlt roc it of laid county,
Ba tire la therefore hereby !ven the paid non
resident defendant that the comulalnant 11 ed ber
bill of complaint In a.ld conrt. on fa chancery
Id thereof, no the (id day of November, 1W, and
that tbereapoa a auniRioD Issued ont of laid
aoart. wherein raid u t I, ow ptniln retarna
hie on the fln-t Monday in the month nf Jan
nary next, a. 1 by law required. Kuw,anleyim.
trie raid non-re.ldent fefeadsnt above named,
Arthur McDonald, .bull personally be and ap
pear before the etiil circuit coart on the Srat day
nf tbe next trm tieref, to be bolden at Hock
1. land In a rt for the raid county on the St h
day nf January test, and pies', answer or de
mur to the I1 cnmplainaat' bill nf complaint,
the Mm and the mtttrre and tblnta therein
rhawdand Matcl will be taken a confer-ed,
and a decree entered aalnst yon according to
the prater of raid hill.
t.K.oiMlg W. OlMBLB, Clerk.
Rock f'tand. HI., Nov. M. lm.
I L Kimu, Complainant' solicitor
(TATK Of IU.INOH. I
H a Iukb t'omTT. M
In tbe eircnit coon, to In January te m, A. D..
l eople' National bank C V iwlwr ami Ie
N lUf. Mai.rte'd. widow of lie, r Men.(l"ld.
fl'refl; ITenry Manrlield, Jr., now Henry
Man-iUM; -Na'nanlel n Mansfield, Klina II
Muaarleld, Mariraiel Mnp.fie'd. now M.rvarcl
Miin'S-l Itreen ; die Manrs-id, now 8a' ah
"lan.lMn Nrwtun. Kleunr Man.le'n, now
Kleamir M.n.llrld Koe. I.abclle F Newton.
Kannle Hlaka.lee and loul P Moahrr. only
beir ar-law pf Henry Man0Vd. decaMd.
p fflilavlt of rhe nnn-r.ldenre of abnre named
derrndanM, V n Mt-rr and Lnni.e P Woaber,
imtilialed wlta above efrnd-nt. laalielle k
anllell, wlriow of Henry afanllef. nere.ed;
Henry Man. Illd, Jr .now Henry ManfCrld; Na
Hmniel i Manaflcle, Elica II Manallt ll. Margaret
Man.ilrlil, now Maryaret Min.lleli fireen: Madle
Man-fle.rt. now ".rti Man-fleld Newton; Eleanor
M.imtl ld, now Kleanor Man-He. d Ko. Nabelle
r ewton and Fannie U'aketle-, hiTinK been
n d In the clerk' office of the eircnit
p nrt nf ruld county, notice !. therefore here
? alven to tl.e aai'l n o rerMeLt (lefcndan!.
that the mmfiiulnant Hied Ma bill of com
plain' In the ..Id court on the chancery io
thereof on tbe !!l.t dy nf Auzn.t. A. D. 1M1C).
and th.tan alia aammona bt. been lnaued out of
.aid court, wherein .aM .itlt la now Dendins.
retnmalil on tbe nr. I Monday In tbe month ;.f
No, ii n I' M you, tb .aid n-m-ro.leent de
fendant, aimve named. (' V Moaher ann t on
P M onher. .ha I personally ba and appear befoio
the .aid cirrnlt ronrt on 'he Unit day nf the
next t' tm tn-tenr. m o bonten at Krk I.Ian I,
In ami fjr raid eoiicty. nn tbe nr.t Monday ii
J.-inuary rex', feat. anl p'ed. an.wer or demur
to the mm coru'l.lnent a bill tf complaint, the
ftime and Ihe matter, then la charged and ft ted
will he taken a. eonfea"d an I a decr- e entered
ealaat ibu aeconlieir to th DeiTrr of .alii hill
m r.tn-f r.. n itAaiililii VICTB.
11a. ft nrroKit, fomplalpflnt' bollcllof.
Kock Island. liL. Nov. iM, lW'JS.
everywhere, mnv lie (rallied bythl. lndv'a I
estiertence. Tnow.nnoa nnve. innmnn i
the aumc mcanafonnd new life antl ncaltn.
k ymt m I a lMe.lna ana IwlplM
ratals Im4 mm for an !.. I Model a
IS. Htan wt emr ifM4M twim w. b"l I ttmA
W.BU.4UOI eiU. Mk M.kMMMiaM
"'1r. aolUCI DUTTOl, DsaelaOtr, Kaa.
A mnlorltr nf the women of every com.
mnnity, .utter from aomc form of
Mnnv nr bout-lea. iovuliila. For tbcae
cnmplninte there la one nbaolntely ante
nnil .nre trentment.-Vill Olive to nc
liH-nllv and Mrrtlc Tonic to build up tbe
hcultb. 1'rtce 1 ench.
Milil eaae need Wild OHvealone. Severe
one need both. Tbia common -aenme
lilun anneal to the aenac of all. 1-nnie.
enn cure themaelvea at home. Kelicfl
nnH'k. Care pernanant. Sold evcry-
C k MDt tC e.f both and a helpful .
tjrtl 11 LLJJ Inatmrtivr Trenti.e enn
he bad of a or our J j
VICTOR MEDICAL ASS'lf,
SOUTH BCNO. INO.
Mu. M. J. Sarqkxt, Atrent,
1113 Tblrty-MvcnthSt., Twelfth av. Rock UUnd
BirORK STARTIXO TO THK
FLORIDA WINTER RESORTS
Make up your mind to go
St Louis & Cairo
The OollT Sprinsrt Ronta"
Loui. Fut Time. Lnw Rta i.ik.
era! Limit. Through Pullman Sleep-
ere. iteo. t ltj, uen i r. Agt.
Sk LAUI. BIO.
II M. BRIGGS,
Real Estate. Insurance, Loans
AXD HOUSES TO BENT.
Office 1C08 Second Are., Bock Island
Rev na htad an lot m rVnth Roca T.i.od on
ninUMi; Jo.t tbe city limit.; rood
water; low tnxea, and cheap tsniraac. Tea lot
a Tblrty-ellblh rtreet tad fifleeath avenue
A aaaneret atecea ac atupeny u to city
GOOD FOR EVERYBODY
Almost evervhrwlv tnL-c cnn lriihr.
meJicinc to cleanse the svstem and keep the
blood pure. Those who take SIMMONS
LIVfcW KhGULATOR Uimii.l nr tvwM
a'l the henplit! nf n mil.l
I laxative and tonic that rurifie5 thi hlnn.f
and strengthens the whole svstem. An.1
more than this: SIMMONS LIVER REGU
LATOR repulates the Liver, keeps it active
and healthv. and U'hpn the I ivee Its In
Rood condition you find yourself free from
niuuirij, Biliousness, indiResuon, bick
Headache and Constipation, and rid of
(hat worn out and debilitated feeling.
These are all caused by a sluggish Liver.
Good digestion and freedom from stomach
.iuuL.i-i win uiujr uc nau wnen me nvcr
propeny at wortc. ir trouniea witn any
these c omnl.-.ints. trv Si l nxc I ivcb
tf UGULATOR. The King 'of Liver Aedi-
ana Bitter than fills.
tho Z Stamp in rej on wrapper.
J. ix. zciiln cs Co Vhileu, Fa.
$2,000 GIVEN ATO
HI G. It DAVITT
318 Brady Street,
The Bob ton Dental Parlors have
frenerouMy presented to the
people of Rock Island 2,000
cards, which, qn presentation
at their office, arc received as
a credit of fl on any work or
dered. Wo hope by this to
reach more people and show
them how cheaply good work
can be done.
irt rtTDirT nrra sriTnnnT diii
k Uillftbl lltia BIIBuUI Tall
And Guarantee all work. Crown
and Bridge work a specialty.
Sec Our Prices.
Silver Filling SO cents and up
Oold Filling. .$1 and np
' Gold C rowan. $s
ret of Teetb $5
Bert set of teeth ,..$s
Open 8 a. m. to 8:30 p. m.
Come and see ns. We can rave yon money
Open Sunday for eztractitg from 9 to 10 a. m.
Bcston Dental Parlors.
Over Winecke's Tailor shop.
818 Brady street - - - - DAVESPOBT, IA
WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS.
WSat PEFFER'S flERVIGOR Did
. tm 1 ' " "r u qiiiraiT. vurea wnen a.'E
otiicr. fall, onna men reKulii lost marhuod; old
t.nito'1 rftrtt rf ttit ahiue or fxceea and
ii;l;..crvfic.. Wnnl. off Inrnnliy and cnnniituptloa.
htn ttrt ilrucai.t Imp-. a worthlesauh.tltuto on
ToabruT.Mt yield, a trrei-trr rn.liu InslstOD hav
lim fKF.I'EK'SKCKVIWIK, or aond for IU
tan b earned In ve.t pocicu frenatd plain wrap,
p- r. a per lx. or tor rS, wim A Po.ltlve
J rlttea UuraatM ts I'm nr Krfa.d tbei
"rry roaipnii'iirve. eoia oy nnunriat. Adareaa
Bold by Harts A Uilemayer auu r. U Thomas.
r'aF or imrATiftu
FOR SALE &VALL ORuaOlATa flD O
i irputvi itrniPM rn rwricniin
- jHkaiJUil rflUJioHL uU. LlliWiUu ILL.
k J)o jo UASn ;r imperial b'lds. -
u N.3. Don1 take any substitute 3
n,iu int. jrjiu. iklllic uui UlllCirill -1
i spcllirto on which our driest 5
"nukes lwice as much -3 ...J
BiWARt Of IMITATION)
A . J. Beias, Fourth are. and t3 d St , Bock Ialand.
will do if nred a a warb arcordlne to direction
nrevent tranmi.oa of blood diteaa. akin dia
ra-r. aeetc and chronic alcer. tr Clare. nare
nalirm. Irfl inauon or the Kiadfler. Tiiwaae of
lb booca. )ont. and muscles, r-yphiletic 'nsanlty.
lionrry. Scn-fela in many forms. Tbe above and
a hm'ired Other forme of diaeeae are traeeable
directly or Indirectly o Syphl Itlc Blcod Po'aon
for ahwo tre or. JacK'oc-a tns l.n batety Tab
let t a urv prevrn'aitve, ana I a rate uerai
killer, rend rini coctaglon nanny louuie. Hence
Ii vaine. If nevlected racb tenable resnli fatal
Iv. Mailed err where, tealed 81: is boxe for tS.
a.J Bel, roartb av axd iStd M.,Bcdk Island
BBaartr sUaraira inlahhi LaVDICsa
- aaeaa! l KawTJ SaaVl IrmS mi aajui
I afhwuWiaiiM AiDraoiiu.Halta.
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aj B aVUar(betaylle.lalur. Sr rrtara
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Saattrafaeatinaaia. .-1" "'jtaiaaaawlflh
PROFITABLE SEA FARMS ALONG THE
IntenaUac Fact Not Ocawnllr K:
Concerning: an Article at CtUlty Aaaiat
aace Rendered the Iadostry by the Gov
ernment' Fish Commiaaioa.
Ever since the sponge fisheries of . the
Bahamas and the gulf coast of Florida
showed signs of becoming exhausted ef
forts have been made to cultivate sponges
on farms or artificial beds, and more re
cently science has tried to imitate the
genuine article by converting the soft
fiber of tho cocoanut leaves and shells
into sponges of commercial raise.
fcpouge farming is now a successful in-
tustry, and hundreds cf acres in the eulf
of Mexico along the Florida coast are
planted with "spongo cuttings" and
6oeds. The work is not dissimilar in
many respects to oyster culture. The
young sponges are planted in water
along the coast varying from one to five
fathoms in depth.
A few years ago the fish commis
sioners had their attention called to the
sponge fisheries off the Florida coast.
and after finding that the beds were be
ing rapidly depleted of the best stock,
an examination cf the fisheries was made
to ascertain some way of preserving
ai fn . . ,
i ii' ui. iiin BTwcimens oi sponge laKen w
Washington in the autumn of the year
were found to be reproductive if the
proper conditions were supplied. The
sponges in the autumn were found to de
velop masses of protoplasm or spores,
which in the spring of the year were lib
erated. These spores contained the small
reproductive particles from vshich the
sponges developed. Some of the sponges
experimented with did not reproduce
their kind at all, and it was found that
in order to cultivate tho sponges it was
necessary to plant sponges that pro
duced certain cells that contained the
ova or egg and others that represented
A small sponge farm was established
at Washington, and then others along
tho Florida coast as experiments. These
proved successful, so that private indi
viduals went into the business. There
are many acres of spongo farms near
Key West, and others at Anclote, Fla.,
and near Tampa. These farms were first
supplied with their seeds from the fish
commissioners, but now they aro ob
tained direct from tho sponge fisheries.
In the autumn of tho year the various
kinds of sponges are purchased by the
sponge cultnrist, who generally takes an
assortment that is sure to supply him
with both the male and female cells.
The beds, or farms, aro usually locat
ed at some well protected place along
tho coast and fenced in with natural for
mations and artificial dams. The sponge
seeds are kept in small "pounds"
through tho winter, where the masses of
protoplasm develop and grow. Early in
tho spring these spores are liberated in
the larger body of water, where they
soon swim around. The eggs continue to
grow rapidly, and in a short time attach
themselves to the rocks or coral forma
tion at the bottom of the water.
It is very difficult to get the right
location for an ideal sponge bed. An
ana of' tho sea where tho" salt water
flows in freely that has a natural hard
bottom is the best. Rocks, stones and
other substances can be dropped at the
bottom for the sponges to fasten them
selves to. The lagoon is then dammed
up, so that when the seed is put in fresh
it cannot float out to sea again. Some
simply throw their sponges in such a
lagoon in the fall of the year and let the
protoplasm develop there. Under proper
cultivation tho sponges thus raised are
superior to those found in the sea. Only
the best varieties are propagated. The
"shccpswool" is the choicest, with a tex
ture line, soft and strong. These sponges
sell for from $1.50 to $3 a pound. The
"yellow" sponge is next in quality, and
its price is much less than the "sheeps-
wooL" The "grass" sponge raised is
very limited, for its value is too small
to pay one for the trouble.
After the sponge farm is once started
there is little more to do with it except
at harvesting time. The sponges grow
slowly and usually three years elapse be
fore any are pulled up. Then only the
choicest, full grown ones are gathered.
The others are left to produce new seeds
and to rer.cn a larger size. The picking
of sponges in a farm of this nature is
much simpler than to raise them from
the deep waters of the gulf. Armed with
a long leaded pole a boatman can easily
haul np the sponges that he needs, and
in the coarse of a day he could gather
three times the quantity pulled up by
the regular sponge fishermen off the
coast. The water is comparatively shal
low over the artificial beds, and not dis
turbed by tides, floating debris or winds.
It is also very clear and pellucid, so that
one can see the bottom for a long dis
tance down. Occasionally one finds a
sponge farm where deep sea sponges an
cultivated, and it is necessary, then, to
have a diver to gather them. Here again
the work is made easier. The diver runs
no risk from sharks, tides or other in
conveniences that daily beset those off
The value of the sponge farm increases
every year despite the annual harvest
that is taken therefrom. The new
sponges are spreading until every square
inch of the bottom and srdes of the pond
are covered with younar and old spouses.
If no diseases or enemies get into the
bed, the sponges will then yield enor
mous crops year after year. The annual
income from a good sized bed ranges
from f 1,000 to $10,000, according to its
size, location and age. Philadelphia
Aa EagUah View of IU
Mrs. Smith I think it dreadful that
your divorce - laws in America should
be so much more lenient than they are
in England. '
Mr. Van Rensselaer Well, you see,
my dear madam; is England divorce is
a lurary, while with us it
necessity. London Panes.
CLOSING SCENES OF THE WAR.
aV Confederate Band Which Deserted la a
Body to Washington. . j
In the lattec part of the month of
March, 1865, Washington saw many
eugns of collapse of the rebellion. The
Confederate army appeared to be badly
demoralized, and deserters, who arrived
constantly in large numbers, reported
that men from Alabama, Georgia, Flor
ida and the Carolinas could not be ex
pected to have any heart in a fight
which then seemed only for the defense
of Virginia, while their own states were
overrun by the armies of the Union.
During the month of March mare than
3,000 deserters were received at Wash
ington, and great numbers were quar
tered at Fort Monroe, Annapolis and
other points nearer the lines, where they
were put to work in the quartermaster's
department or in the naval service.
One curiosity of the times was a Con
federate regimental baud which had de
serted in a body with its instruments
and was allowed to march through the
streets of the national capital playing
Union airs. This was one of the oddest
signs of the final break up. People re
called a story, told by Hooker, that
when the Union army scaled and occu
pied Lookout Mountain a rebel sentry
on duty on the crest of one of the most
difficult precipices saw our men pile np
in solid masses over steeps which had
been thought inaccessible and was so
surprised that he forgot to run, but
stood with feet rooted to the spot.
watching the Union force climbing up,
and streaming past him, and driving
the enemy far to the rear, until he was
left alone, a statue of amazement Re
covering himself at last, he threw down
his musket, stripped off his rebel gray
jacket, stood on them both, and looking
far off to tho sunny south stretched out
as a map below him, said, "How are
you. Southern Confederacy?"
But notwithstanding such indications
of a collapse of the rebellion at this very
time many northern Union newspapers.
led by Horace urccley and others of his
stamp, were demanding that appeals
should be made to the southern people
"to stop the flow or blood and the waste
of treasure," and that some message
should be sent to the southerners "so
terse that it will surely be circulated
and so lucid that it cannot be miscon
strued or perverted, " by way of an in
vitation to cease fighting. Curiously
enough, tho nearer the time came for a
final surrender the more fervid was the
demand for negotiation and appeal from
the unreasonable radicals in the ranks
of northern Unionists. But all this was
soon to end, and while a small party
was asking, "Why not negotiate?" the
downfall came. Noah Brooks in Cen
tury. Food Tla Can.
Ill a recent government report by Dr.
H. W. Wiley it is stated that in Ger
many the law requires that the tins em
ployed for holding canned goods shall
not contain more than t percent of lead,
while in this country there is no restric
tion whatever in regard to the character
of the tin used, the result of this latter
fact being the employment of cans in
some cases containing as high as 12 per
cent of lead. This practice prevails, not
withstanding the unanimity among
physiologists as to the effect of lead salts
upon the human system, the continual
ingestion of even minute quantities of
lead into the system being followed
eventually by the most serious conse
quences painter's colic, lend palsy and
other trying diseases well known to
physicians being the direct effects of
continual exposure of the system to any
such minute portions of lead 6alts. It is
said to be possible to exclude the latter
by requiring that the tin shall not con
tain more than, say, per cent of
lead; also that the solder be as free
from lead as possible.
In Germany the solder made use of in
sealing the cans is not allowed to con
tain over 10 per cent of lead, while in
this country the analysis of numerous
samples of the solder applied shows that
it contains fully 50 per cent of lead, in
addition to this being the lack of care to
prevent such solder from coming into
contact with tho contents of the can.
and large surfaces of solder on the seams
are often found exposed to the action of
the acid contents of the can.
Tocrlst' Gold In Italy.
At the British embassy to the king of
Italy a calculation was made some time
ago of the amount of gold brought by
travelers into Italy every year. By far
the largest number of these travelers
come from England and the United
States. The calculations made it evident
that no less than 20,000,000, or $100,
000,000, are brought into this country
and left here by these travelers. In the
scantiest years that sum has not been
less than 14,000,000, while on other
occasions it has risen to 22,000.000.
Mr. Stamer, a writer on Italy, relates
that an old woman in Sorrento once told
him that the people in England had no
sun, because the English had told her
time and again that it was not for so
ciety they had come to Italy, but to see
the sun. Besides all the English were
lair and ruddy. If they had had a sun.
why were they not all sunburnt? If they
oo get sunshine in Italy, as they do,
they pay very sweetly for it Rome
Letter in Baltimore Sun.
Advice From the Gallery.
Of the Dublin gallery boys a famous
baritone, in his reminiscences, tells
some facetious tales, one of "Faust."
which he nl&ved Valenri re; "After
duel, Martha, who rushed in at the head
ox toe crowd, raised my head and held
a . .
me in ner arms auring the first part 01
the scene. There was a deathlike still
ness in the house, which was interrupt
ed by a voice from the gallery callint
out, 'Unbutton his areskit !' " Dublin
Seccested by Hi Helpmate-
Mr. Billus I've had a roaring in my
head all day. I think I'll consult a doc
tor about it
llr. Billos Hadn't you better con-
taa a Wheelwright ? Chicago Tribunal
A NEW AILMENT.
omen Who leucine They See Object
That i One Elae Bee. -
Says a writer in The Popular Science
Monthly: "Among the curiosities of
thought which the physician meets
with, unexpected perceptions suddenly
appearing before tho mind with the
same vividness as ordinary perceptions,
but without any accompanying external
excitant, are not uncommon. A person
may look at an empty chair and yet see.
familiar form seated in that chair,
and may even hear remarks made by
this imaginary figure, and not doubt for
moment that the figure is an actual
entity. I have seen persons talking with
such imaginary individuals, and have
had them- assure me that they were as
sure of their presence and of their voices
as they were of my own. I have seen
persons manifest tho greatest alarm at
the presence of animals about tlieiu.
and refuse to believe from assurance
that those animals were not there.
"A young woman having, once been
frightened by the sudden presentation
to her of a white mouse has been trou
bled for years by seeing this mouse run
ning about her, upon her clothing, upon
anything she is handling, and even upon
her food ; and, as a result, she is in a
stato of constant agitation and erplex
ity, though at times convinced that this
is the product of her mind. She washes
her hands smd her clothing frequently
because she is convinced that this ani
mal has made them dirty ; and Fhe can
not divest herself of the belief that it is
real I have been sometimes able to con
vince persons that such fancied figures
were not real by asking them to push
one eyeball up a little with the finger.
This makes all objects about them seem
double, as any one can prove to himself.
but it does not double the false image
the product of the mind. The young
woman just mentioned was much com
forted by this device. "
A Case of Correction.
Customer (in dry goods store) Will
this stuff wash?
Clerk (from Boston) No, madam.
Customer Well, I don't want it
Clerk But it can be washed, madam.
Detroit Free Press.
She I understand von don't like
music? Does my playing annoy yon?
He JNot at all lour playing is all
right. It is the music I have no ear for.
Pick Me Up.
No mystery about it. When the
Shakers offered some time ago to
give away a bottle of their Digestive
Cordial to anyone who might call at
their New York office, there was a
great rush and a great many people
thought they were crazy.
Subsequent events prove it to have
been a very clever advertising trans.
action, for although they gave away
thousands ot bottles, it was in the
end profitable; nearly everyone that
took a free bottle came bactt for more
and paid for it with pleasure, saying
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Jfra. T. P. BcU, Omumuxrtamie, Kan,
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tor six yean, aetreze palpitations, short
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consulted the best medical talent
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