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THE JLUGTTS, SATURDAY, DECEMBEK 31, 189S
Published Dally and Weekly M ISU Sterna
Avenue, Bock fland, m. Entered the
Fostofflce m Seeona-ct msttex.1
TBI KAMI OV . W. FORKS
TERMS Daily, 10 cents per week. Weekly,
2.00 per annum; 1b mdraaee 1 -50.
Afl eoaunoQiesUons of political or rramea
tsUve ohsraeter, polities! or reUciooa. moat
save real name attached for publication. No
aiAh article win be printed oyer fictitious slr
aatorea, CorreapooBenee aollelted fro every town
ahip la Koek Island county.
Satcbdat, Dec. 31.
Last night of 1833.
Bct one more year of the nineteenth
Ix the matter of history making
18D8 has net its successor a high pace".
A Washisotojt special puta the cost
of tte Spanish war, including garri
sons in the dependencies during the
remainder of the present year, at
Col. BRrAx's morements and say
ings are giving the republican organs
great uneasiness, and furnishing them
with material for columns of sage ed
The Spanish flag falls in Cuba at
noon tomorrow, and the sovereignty
established by Christopher Columbus
in 1402 is relinquished forever in the
Two l'eoria newspapers have ceased
to exist in the absorption of the old
time Transcript by the Herald and
the Evening Times "by the Journal.
The arrangement leaves the Herald
and the Journal as the representative
papers of that city. The Herald is
democratic aud is issued in the morn
ing, the Journal republican and ap
pears in the evening. These two
implication control the Associated
ress franchises in their respective
Ami now the information comes
from Washington that Statesman Al
ger's plan of quieting the Philippine
insurgents is to buy them off. This
would, it is to le inferred, be the part
of the mission that destiny has laid
out for this country, and inasmuch as
a year ago now the people ot this lanu
were manifesting their indignation of
the attempt en the part ot Spain to
quiet the Cuban rebels through similar
methods, it would be as consistent with
ideas of lofty patriotism as the presi
dent s disposition oi tne war was con
sistent with the declaration of war.
Wake Island, which Commander
Faussiir. of the gunboat Fennington
Las been ordered to find and take pos
session of in the name of the Lniteu
States, is about ruidwav on the 3,300
mile stretch lietween Honolulu and
Guam. It was discovered by Com
mander ilkes. of the United States
navy, some twenty years ago. and on
Julv 4 list one of our transports en
route to Manila stoped there to per
mit the troops to celebrate the nation s
birthday on shore, lhe island is only
a few acres in extent, is uninhabited,
but possesses a fairly good harbor, and
would bo a (rood cable anchorage. An
executive order will be the only act of
annexation required, as the island is
no man's land.
An Illinois paper warns the army
of republican oliticians with a
pull who want to secure jobs in Spring
field during the coming session of the
legislature that many oi tnem are go
ing to be disappointed. During the
last session, for instance, there were
some 100 janitors and other things in
which is one ot the worst af
flictions ot the baman race, and
' comes from impure blood.
a most offensive and uncomfort
able affection of the skin, also
due to impure blood.
torment to the flesh, a dis
figurement to the body, and a
drain on the system, also due
f to vitiated blood.
which so disfigure the skin, and
make the human face divine
anything bat a thing ot beauty,
bct which are Nature's adver
tisement of foal blood.
which very often comes from a
chronic affection of the circula
tion, is a constant offense to
one's cilf and all his fricuos.
which rJl amiioritiea now attri
bute to .2 nous acidities in the
blood, which this great blood
purifier of the age, flood's Sar
Is sold ty all drucpsts. 91 : six for V Pre
pared only fcy C. 1. Uood & Co- Lowell. Mam.
proportion, but the thing became so
notorious that before 'the session closed
a bill was passed limiting the number
of janitors to 51, or one from each
senatorial district. Clerkships, pages
and other positions also will be limited
in comparison to what they were two
years ago, so that the spectacle of a
politician attending to his regular
business at home aud drawing pay for
service at the capital will no longer be
Beed (innri Sarcastic.
Speaker Beed. although a czar him
self, is, for a wonder, opposed to im
perialism on the part of the govern
ment. He is reported to be giving
the president no little annoyance these
days. A Washington correspondent
'When members of the house go to
him with a bill which they would like
an opportunity to bring before the
bouse, the 'czar will invariably in
quire, sarcastically: 'Does it make
'Only a few thousand dollars, Mr.
' 'Then 111 have to shut you oft.
We need all our money to pay for
'Talking the other lav with -Uncle
Joe' Ca nnon about the appropriations
for the session, he said he had made
a mistake in enforcing a policy of
economy upon the house, because, he
remarked, 'the president has spent all
I have saved in buying Malays at $ 2
"A bill was passeu tne other iay
inakiag an. appropriation of $300,000
for an exposition of exportable pro
ducts at Philadelphia, and he re
marked to liepresentative Adams, of
that city: 'iou must lookout, Ber
tie, or the president will veto vour
bill. He can buy 150.000 Yellow bel
lies with that money.' "
mI Dfllc are the best arter-dlnner
flOOa S flllS pais, aid diaeMaoav aae.
Now Wteh Protection VU.
Many of the most radical republi
cons and high protectionists are be
ginning to feel that since the success of
American manufacturers in compet
ing with European manufacturers on
their own ground there is more money
to be made on a fair field than within
a tariff fence. Especially is this so
with capitalists who have heretofore
made up large republican campaign
funds. Read the following from that
faithful republican organ, the Com
"Time is coming when we shall
copy the present navigation laws of
Great Britain, as we ahall copy her
present tariff laws, as we are now
using both tariff ami navigation cop
ied from those of the British before
changed conditions caused them to be
discarded for the present. British
laws concerning trade were not
chanired from sentiment, butforprac
tical gain. That which illumined her
meduL-val darkness was enlightened
self-interest. We are as keen to see
this as the British, and when it shines
on us in the same wav we shall change
"We begin to see it as to the tariff
and are becoming ready to discard
protection as superfluous. Great
Britain discarded it because the inter
ests it helped were less important
than that it hurt. It is-not hurtful to
us in any way but the few cases where
it increases cost of raw material of
manufacturers, since we do not im
port food; but it is rapidly becoming
The new vear of Scribner's Mara-
,zine opens in the January number
with several features of great distinc
tion. The place of honor is given to
liov. Koosevelt. who will contribute
not only his continued story of The
Rough Riders, but other articles on
the naval preparations, the strategy
and other iinjortant subjects growing
out of the war with cpain. ihe iron
tispiece of the number is a drawing
from life, by Charles Dana Gibson, of
Col. Roosevelt, and it is a most satis
factory interpretation of the salient
qualities in the face of the new gover
nor of New York. The lirst chapter
of The Rough Riders is entitled
Raising the Regiment. The illustra
tions, which are to be a feature of this
serial, have been chosen by the colonel
himself from many hundreds of pho
tographs. A literary feature of equal
importance, associated with the most
loved man amonjr motiern novelists.
is The Letters of Robert Louis Stev
enson, edited by his friend, Sidney Col
Yin. The liction for the coming vear is
to be notable. George W. Cable begins
a short serial, written in the delightful
manner of his Old Creole Days. It is
called The Entomologist, and the peo
ple are amusing and pathetic. Rich
ard Harding Davis contributes ' the
lirst liction that has grewn out of his
war of experience. It is a short love
story entitled, On the Fever Ship, and
reveals the hardships endured by a
sick man on his way from Cuba to
New York. Mr. Davis will be a fre
quent contributor this year to Scrib-
ner s. Robert l.raut s search-light
Letters bcrtn with some pertinent
and satirk.J ice "To the young
man or won.. iu search of an Meal.
There are many short stories.
Buklea'i Arrntea, SaJv.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, nlcers. salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped bands,
chilblains, corns and all skin ernp
tins, and positively cures piles or no
pay required. It" is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. " For
sale bv Ilartz & Ullemever.
Beaaity la Blood Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tic dean your blood and keep it clean, b
stirring op the lazy liver and driving all im
purities from the body. Beajin to-day to
banish pimples, boils, blotebcs, blackheads,
and that atckly bilious complexion by taking
Caeeareta, beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, Mtisfacon gaarantevd, 10c, 2e, 60c
TALMACE AND BURDETTE,
A Strong List of Attractions Selected for
tbe Entertainment Course.
Six attractions, among the best
known to the lyceum platform, have
leen selected by the Y. M. C. A. for
its entertainment course.
Dr. T. De Witt Talmage. the well
known lecturer and divine: Bob Bur
dette, the celebrated hnmorist:George
Ken nan, the famous traveler and
writer, have been secured for the lec
turers. Edward P. Elliott, one of the
ablest impersonators; the Ridgeway
Concert company, and the Fadettes
Woman's orchestra, of Boston, make
the equal of, if not superior to, any
course ever arranged for Rock Island.
The Fadettes Woman's orchestra
the leading organization of'its kind in
America, with Lillian Chandler first
violin and Caroline Nichols conduc
tor, and a soprano, making a com
panv of "iz, will open the course Jan
-b The course will be held in the
opera bonse and run on tbe plan
adopted by the popular 6tar courses in
tne principal cities of the country
namely, a season ticket good for
admission to the entire course will le
sold for f 1 with 10 or 15 cents extra
for reserved seats.
Monument to llinct.'.'.'j Mother.
Dfs iloirips. la., Ihh. SI. A monu
ment to tlie nioih:r of Abraham Lin
coln Is to be ert-cted by o'.tl sn'.ukrs o
the Second lovra br'sade; three re;rl
monts fro:n Illinois, the Fourteenth
Fifteenth tr.4 Sixteenth, p.ri two from
Indiana. th Twenty-sixth and Fifty-
third. Ccm-ra! AnV:eny. of th:s city. h;s
received a letter appointing him as the
on-i to raise the money from th Iowa
boy. This tetter cam? from Colonel J.
. Vright, of Rockpnrt. Ind.
Soldier Aspliyxl.tted by Gu.
Savannah, C:i.. IX'e. 31. Corpora
W'il!iarr. of company F. Ninth Illinois
regiment, was found d:a j in a house on
Fcuth Broad street yesterday
asphyxiated by caa. His companion
Corporal Newman, the mmc com
pany, is unconscious. The men went to
the room at midnight and th? proprie
tress of tr.a place rays they were In
toxicated at the time. It i3 supposed
thy fclevr out the pas'.
Mr.l:tkln Guilty of Murder.
Pan Francisco. Pec. "1 The jury in
the ltotfcin ccse has rendered" a verdict
of guilty of murder in the first degree
with penalty fixed at life iniDrisonmer.t
The woman wa charpred wlih sending a
t"x of poisoned candy to X'.rs. John P
UimniPfT. at Pover. Del. Mrs. Punning
ate the c-ar.dy end died of arsenical poi
sim ins. I'unr.'ns had been ir.tir.:ate
with Mrs. Hotkin.
GIots Flchtu at Chicago.
Chicago. Dec. 21. John I'.cot, of Chi
cago. csir.Cd the derision over Aiistrn
lian Jimmy Kyan last nishl in a Eix
rourd so in the Seventh Kc-iment ar
jr.ory. Owen Zeigler. who was matched
to meet Mystery" 'leore Kerwln in a
si3:-roiind concept- fnited to nrn;pap arii
Charlie Burns, of Cincinnati, took his
pace. The referee decided it a draw.
Ctiiitian Scienew I I.rsx!.
Cincinnati P-r- .'.1. .TihIjtp Hn'lister
of the common l loss court, has reversed
the judsment of the police court in a
case invo'.vins the practice of Christian
Scierr" heplfriir. ft.-riiet Rran hnd
been fonvictfd in the police court of
Violating; the law regulating- the prac
tice i meuic:r.o. me upper court re-
Funeral of Seuor Kniiiero.
TVashLn?t.-n. Pec. 31. The funeral of
Senor Iiomr. Mexican ambassador.
will ta'e plae at St. Matthews Roman
Cctholie i hur h tonn rro-.v afternoon
1 o'clock, when a rqu'em low mass
wili be celebrated. The lir.dy will be
placed temporarily in a vault in Mount
Olive cemetery to await removal to
Wisconsin llank in Coot Share
Madison. 'Wis.. Pec. CI. State Par.k
Examiner K. I. Kidd has mad? hissemi
annual report on th? state and private
banks of the state. Ke shows tbe as
sets and liabilities of tin se banks to be
jr.r).CJS.310.4S. The increase in resources
during the half oiir was $13, 41:3.770. 2l,
far exceed that of any similar period in
the hit-tory of the state.
Kalxmnzvo Ciar.ctt Stl:l.
Vicksburg. Mich.. Per. 31. The Kala
mazoo Oazette, established in 1S33. has
been purchased b T. It. Shoaff. re
cently i f the p.ir.viil? Press. He
c-oins fr- m a family of n-wpaper men
has had f.v- r.ty years c xpt nence. is a
son of Jnm-s Slioaff, of the Pecatur
Review, and wcli known throughout the
President of Ihe Illinois Steel Company.
Chicago. Pec. 21. Kugene J. Buf
fincton. treasurer of the American Steel
and Wire company, who had been se
lected to succeed J. W. Gates as presi
dent of the Illinois Steel company, has
announced fcia arceptance of the posi
Iu Manitoba yoa can turn a furrow
100 miles Iou and net encounter a
stoue as large as your lit. The earth,
for a distance down from three to five
feet, is a rich, black loam, made by
centuries aud centuries of decaying veg
tor over x& k
vi us uiooe i or
2TET7SAZGXA and oo-nplxints,
ua prrpsrea snacr ue stringent
procnoea cj eminent pcysassstvs j
World MawMd ? Rwiwrii Mw mm t mmm In1 f
I - ik T MM r A
i 'my imuinw w iub ssub im s nsswiroi u
F. LL. BicatrrACa., tli Pearl SL, Sew lurk. I J
31 HIGHEST AWARDS. li
IS Brancn houses. fn UUsrran,
SSUcu. Embused A recommended by
Mar baa Fisher. IKS 2nd
T. IL Tbomas. lro ma
.John It-torsion. 1700 saia ave
. Kock island, ill
JOCtiatt' STOMACH At. twet for
Cwtl-. In mi r ita A- ta i It Cnntahit.
CEDAR RAPIDS IN LINE.
Iowa Town to Ha?e a Ball Team xt
Cedar Rapids wants baseball next
year. A correspondent from there
writing to the Sporting News says:
There is some little stir among the
fans of this city, since the organiza
tion of the Western association for the
coming ball season has beeu agitated.
A meeting is ealled for early in Janu
ary, at which ways and means will be
discussed, with a view to putting in a
good team. After the dissolution of
the Western association last summer.
Cedar Rapids was left with little to
satisfy .her taste for sport, and as
the time approaches when the new
season opens, considerable enthusiasm
is lieing shown toward a reorganiza
tion aud with the view of placing a
first-class team in Cedar Rapids.
Many of the people of the west are
aware of the line diamond and
grounds and other facilities with
which Cedar Rapids is equipped.
Many were disappointed that Manager
Hill could not contest the season out
last year, as we think we were in a fair
way to win the pennant again. How
ever, if it is decided to reorganize the
Western association and Cedar Rapids
is a member, the team we are repre
sented bv will give a good account of
Jimmie Ward, the Western associa
tion umpire, is one of the few people
connected w ith the game who seeks
employment in Ihcou season, lie has
a lucrative position with Tom Malani,
the crack w ing shot of Rockford, who
defeated Champion Bogardus on one
occasion. Ban Johnson, it is said,
has Jimmie under consideration for
next year. The Western association,
in which he has done such satisfactory
work, if it is reorganized, will also
bid for his services.
Something for the New Tear.
The world renowned success of Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, and their continued popu
larity for nearly half a century as a stomachic,
is s;arce!y more wonderful than the welcome
that greets Hostetter's almanac This medi
cal treatise is published by the Hostetter com-'
pany. Pittsburg. Pa., under their own immedi
ate sut ervision, employing 60 hanJs in that de
partment. The issue of same for 1SU9 will be
ovei eleven million, printed in nine languages.
Refer to a copy of it for valuable and inter
esting reading concerning health, and numer
ous testimonials as to the efficacy of Hostet
ter's Stomach Bitteis. The Almanac for 1899
can be obtained, free of charge, from drug
gists and general country dealers in all parts
of tbe country.
V ML. JJT V C " I J l
WRIGHT & BAKBE1
Will Give A way Free of Charge
Chronic Rheumatism Cured.
Dr. H. B. Hettinger, Indianapolis,
Ind., says: For several months after
spraining my ankle I was severely
atllicted with" rheumatism. I finally
tried Detchon's 'Mystic Cure' for
rheumatism, and in four days could
walk without my cane; two lottles
cured me sound 'and well. I take great
pleasure in recommending the 'Mystic
Cure' to all who are atllicted with risen
matism.'''' Sold bv Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue. Rock Island, and Gust
Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second street
Accidents come with distressing fre
queucy on the farm. Cuts, bruises
stings, sprains. Dr. Thomas' Kclectric
Oil relieves pain instantly. Never safe
without it. For sale bv Marshall !c
o-lo-Itac for Fifty Cents.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak
men strong, Dioou pure. boc. si. All tlruggista
Mas No Equal as an Infant Food.
"mr.hT HEAUH SENT FREE. "voekS.
Boone, Iowa, Dec. 11.
No tonfrae csn tell what I have endured
in the past ten years with my monthly sick
ness. While suffering untold agony, a
friend called and recommended Wine of
Cardui. I sent for a bottle, and Oh! what
relief. After the first dosa I began to feel
better and have had no pain since.
MBS. GRACE LAMPHERE.
V.Tne of Cardui not only cures but it acts AT ONCE. Here is a case
of ten years' standing, and yet one single dose made the sufferer feel better,
and stopped the pain. The Wine goes straight to the seat of the trouble.
It acts directly upon the menstrual and genital organs. Its action is not
violent, and it does not force a result. It simply gives Nature that little
assistance that the sufferer's system lacks. A single disorder in the
feminine organs spreads many disorders all over the body, and when the
Wine cures the source, all the other ills vanish as a matter of course. A
woman can be her own physician and cure herself at home. Local ex
aminations are largely things of the
past the onnoxious custom is no
longer necessary. Wine of Cardui
is the only perfectly safe and sure
vegetable Wine made to-day for
the cure of " female troubles ".
UOIES' ADViSORT EPARTMEHT.
For itdrtce In rMN requiring; Ttal
dirotion, mddiVrW, (fivlntc nyinitnni.
mtiIUMt lO Cliattanoofra, Ttrnn.
Druggists sell Large Bottles for $1.00.
This Offer Almost
Aa External Tonic Applied to the
Skin. Btsatitie It as by Maeic.
THE DISCOVERY AGE
A woman w&s the Inventor.
Man? preparations intendM t beautify the complexion bave failed. i:ince they do not produce a
rttl n trYas-t. ntt lha akin Itswan Ins Ikl i kall'a rAiHKl..i... 1 W w . ST
- . . , r . . juiiiu uh rucd ma eurci, 11
succeeds wnerv all mere cosmetics invnMy fail. This trreat remedy, dincoverod by the Misses
Itell. loo croinerit compleiion Ppeciaiists. of No. 79 Fifth Arenae. New York ity.ctmctoS a'l
impuriii which the blood forces to the vurface of the body. It 14 extiilaratiiiT and vitalizing
wncrvver applied. Frvckica. puupla blaclujeadn. moth patchen. wnnkt-. Uxor niot. roue line.
oiiineHa and eruptions disappear, and too iun be
comes sof t and rosy as a baby s.
The MtK8a Hr-l will tbia month trie to all who
call at their parlnra,a free trial bottto of the.r C'om
plrxion Tonic. Those who Iit at a distance may
bare a free bottle by sendina: 25 cents in eiiFer or
e:amps to cTer the cot of pacKins; and delivering.
The price of this wonderful tonic ia One .Dollar a
The Mioses Bell's new book. MReCTt of Beantr."
w sent fr e. It tel!s bow a woman can cam and
keep good cr-rsplr-iinn. Special chapters on the
V: X. ; CJlr of the hmtr. how to prenerre ita color aod jr
-ioAkX lnr, ff .0 lo tD aTincMf ie. Also how to get I
' V v - C1 ' Bup-rfluon. hair on (; c-k n1 irmi with-
l . out in;ur to ;h skin. Thu iomhlo book will be f
Tr ' "n'!! t-)ny address on rrjueat Correspoodence I
- ' I eorvlially aolicited. Adlr.
BELL. ?S Pirtb avenue, Kew York City. J
"The Misses Bell's Complexion Tonic, Complexion Soap, Skin and Food
Depilo are for sale by all druggists."
A Healthy Child.
fl??si sn 1
Lives in a house that has
good plumbing. If the
plumbing is not perfect
the little fellow cannot be
healthy. When there is
anything the matter with
the pipes in your house
send for us.
A set of Asbestos SjuI
Irons, worth i. Our
s.toek was never larger
or uiore complcio.
Clean, Fresh Goods
that you can buy at
low cost. Iu order to
advertise our good
and prices, and cot
acquainted with you, we will, for a limited, time only, give
Tou a set of these beautiful Sad Irons with each 25 purchase.
have Asbestos Lined. Covers which keeps the handle ami
your hand cool and comfortable. They are no clap-trap
cheap article no shoddy picture book nor worthless jim
crack. They are worth "$2. and the good they will doj you
are worth ten times $2.
Everybody should have a set.
store for particulars.
J. B. Zimmer, the senior member of J. 13. Zim
mer & Co., will celebrate his 25th anniversary in
business the coming month. In order to show
proper apprec:ation of generous treatment by
the public and also to make room for an en
tirely new spring stock, sweeping reductions
havs been decided on from now until Jan. r. All
business suits will be sold from $20 up. All
overcoats from $20 up. Pants from $5 up.
Finer grades, dress suits, etc , at correspondingly
low prices. This is no catch penny scheme, but
a legitimate offer to reduce stock. The pretty
patterns at low prices will surprise you. Come
and see for yourself.
J. B. ZIMMER & CO.
The Elixir of Life is Health
Our Electric Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
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Have You Got It?
If not, consult
Who Has Cured
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Late of Chioatro. former
ly Surgeon-ln-Chief of SW
Anthony s hoxpital.
Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases Pronounced Incura
ble by Others.
C03STSTTIl.TTXOnsr JTtt EE!.
NERVOUS DEBILITY. Exhaustive Drains. Sleeplessness. Threatened In
sanity. Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any other condition due to nervous exhaustion,
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Kianer, uver ana a Ala Diseases can De qulcKly ana permanently cureu uy our auvanc
system of medicine.
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
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nave curea many caes niven upas DopeieHH, ana we may ne anie r.u niro you. aurniuu
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OUR CREDEN'J LYLS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE THE iiEST. The num
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in both medlca! and suruical e.ascs is proof con-lu-Jve hat our advanced methods cure
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regain your lost health. There is a stae in every illsease that can be cured. Have
you passed that statfe? If not. do not experiment any! osifer. but consult us at once. Fur
thermore. we offer iLOoO to any one proving our credentials false. We make it an object
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A Happy New Year . .
And the compliments of the sea
sou we present to our patrons,
and we know they will be pleased
to see the handsome offer
ings that we are displaying for
their choice, and offering at prices
that will enaMc them to secure a
gift of a fine Urge rocker for
"hubby" or "mamma." For the
parlor or reception room our gift
chairs are exquisite.
PflDnSTQ 1802 Second
We Are Busy
All the Time
Nor is the time to hare vour
walls freshened with bright,
clean paper, so that it will
be a pleasure to receive your
friends this fall when they
come to see you. Scarcely
any annoyance and so quickly
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