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THE ARGUS, MONDAY. JANUARY 4, 1892.
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from h I ' " '-"r-
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j.t urrsiPK tiik t'rrv Limits ok J.
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Lcivin;,' the l.--t r.i.l.'iiccs of South
aWx" ii littl- t" "" nht lm,f a"
(, ,nr ..,,, w sii.l l--"ly f"l onrst-Ivi's
in E"vpt, tli- o.ni L-rnwiii- re-ion of
.utluTii 1 1 Int. tii ik-li.-t arn-uiturai
p.. -inn 1 t'v.-r x.--'tiii Iht1iiiis
,ine iH.rtioii.-. -f 1'iai:.-.-. which do not
count, for I i l.iini Tfinr wie iiirjie. eu..w
,..i,t coni of o.iiiiii.-ivri-iinonn w nu.teu
.uvo-i'iilly in tii.' l-.n-li-'i laiigii.'ige.
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Fir', r nmvliap.
h 1 - I, mm ti'v t.i ivop.ii a yomi;;
i t?' -V.T ( .ill I v j'liMini: his fitiLC.T
mi- ,iii-l hoMiui; his hc:i.l
i; i-i in a pail of warm milk.
1 v... .1. ,-.., if- 1,.,-t I'.v oi;t from
.- Ii" thi- ;icr.i-s iho horizon
'; tin' m;ik of tinkindness
k at i,'.- ti.-.'k. Such is life
:. i 'i' t:ic t'iiantolian rc'iinP.
!1 -'iji'ii-.' Iliia.l l.nrcan
v-rut wci-lcs a','o, hmtik. hy
-i'.- M;ii!ic i t' our IP.'ent. iiml
i-'V!n,,!i Tin' 1 iel;i:i-,' Ilaiol
--nil. !is at n ;.ill:tr a
:','im.'iii who are sinli-iily
-v:;,. :!,.-,: tir.-l tV'-lin-,'. Much
'I -ti I'liu-a-'o within the jmsj
i::- Ir.r.Msi. anil of course it
; ;! n l.y all riht miinlcil
i-t tii" liiirriii''
!:'. ainl ir.it ono for
loiii-hi'il mi- to dfiith
!' it- iiccuracy in till-
1 " .'"'', 1 having attacheil
' i.i.. nanii' ainl Ur.rrowiiiir
r fear that the shrewd hut
noli Iirarhorn street iiiilit
'l.M ,.-m v:
i-i- u lui-ii
. l y r-a.-.i,
i'lii an. I i.H-i'tiiiu' til.'
'r '1 si-nu,,i wa
.'lay I m:r
y. !i w,i't'-
'"'1 liave i
"tt'T y-,i; h;lVl
I'layin.r t,i- ,. -
lee a l'al'airranh from tliis
h !(! hnr.-.'ui prepai-es whilu
"t in.' .vi.t -ive you a f.-w
ai.in.t l.e wholly had after
'ii'-. If you are like tne.
ne hot tears will lie
your massive cln-eks
- "s;iy prayer
tlie virii. are
an ! u
i .ilvery j.lunk on the
Von M!ly think that
'. the word painting is
'v, hut I assure you,
I reader, they are not.
i f .Iividing up the
.'i. Inav he-
;Vl. a. How cumulative.
' W'hv cumulative.
.;.:! .' howdisciiiii,ury.
Why d;x iplinarv.
.., ' i. How corrective."
' ' Why corrective.
1 ' ""W tentative.
' ' ' ) i. Why tentative,
t'-l-r. N C. the other dav we
';w Ihui- i n the way of eating
atm.lers a.tation where two
1- t.'ieet u'i.l .hake their fists fit
It en-- r..,id lia. a train ar-
Hi" liioni-.tiii, thy other road
".a- arrives late in the eVoil
'''"" it- This irivesthe
:!,! l,l",!-,iiiity t view the town
ii 1 roii,;i.;sed largely
II I .
NYE WRITES FROM THE OUT-
on ThK Tl: in
ihnost linaLTiiie a. 1 write these j
. 1 1 v tahlet against tin-slum-:!.':i..soni
..t a fa! man with mas- '
v i. v.-ooii i'.. aioi. as i ever aim
i- ii t mm t. Me brii-hed o!T by the
,:'.-r an I tln ti s. !;!.. hack again to my
:i::n.'. 1 say 1 c;;ti almost iuiilgitio
j..'ili .'oiiiiiii: down here from his own
mi- a. a .lave, pursiifd hy hloodhouinln
.-i!.!'. . and Iii-i'otmm:'- i.rivate secretary
T.tli.i. x.. ,
"""if air was
-"'i'!"tiiau. realizing the
t'v- little town, hasestab
:nu works. The distinguish
' ' ''' t!;is place consists
""'i'-i: tal.le. the outer rim
aary: the in,,,.,- tahle,
'1'" eatahles. lnus-
'l;r. -a- h'-s ,md pie,
' "V-'.tr- -. . . that while
; '!.- wh-r- it wa origi
i'"::' 'I'-a! anu-les of in.li.
,: ;i' ii'i".l I'.v takiui: hold
m- 'ai,,, swsn-in it
' v-i-at r...; are ;,;'t(.r
v''"'l V' l''ti',r :w there
' ' 1 -- aiaoa-,' tie- gne..ts.
' ' '!"ie wa- a g,..
i'al ! "I' f in. .e who
" ', ; " '";,v" lir.l, a
' ' i.-tt.T f-'ht-r. grow
" ' ' the nni'riei!y rela
' ' loads and" their
' ' 'i -tl.. o tnat while
' side of ih,. tahl-
'I' "t !! caster,
-':;' l"ard. and started
r-olvi- at a rajiid
"i;ni "ii the Ice (juar
- ' a!.., would like to
s" lmt lust as
' ' first named gentl?-
.'IVeli llloflwu- M-1,1-1
I tii ii. As is one of the riciest regions,
agriculturally, thiit Iwasrverat. It is
almost one unbroken garJkn, with her
and there a barbed wirfc- fence, upon
which a 2-year-old colt is h inging by the
thorax. Com grows here i i great abun
dance, and in the nighttime the passion
ate anthem of a train load of hogs, side
tracked under one's window, teaches us
that all. all are bom to die.
Soft coal and its consrmption do a
frreat deal to depress the Rj-irits of. those
v ho love to live on the ninny side of the
street and keep their lands clean. In
Chicago one must wash hi hands every
little while, and then tl ey are glazed in
a moment when he touches a stair rail
or a window blind. It is very painful,
indeed, to a neat man like me.
1 do not as a general th ng camplain.
Neatness with me is a pleasing recre
ation. It is not mylifevork. I have
slept in a third rate hotel with a ierson
who moved in a social ircle far be
neath me, a jx'rson whom I had never
met In-fore, and who was also drunk, and
who roblxvi the hotel while 1 was at
break f ist, and who. as 1 n-as going to
say. w.is a great coarse man, but 1 for
got nlnt it: and yet wh;n I paid my
bill and the clerk who most always
went armed asked me if everything
had been satisfactory, 1 told him that it
had almost seemed like home to me.
Yet sometimes 1 murmur. Maytie it
is because 1 want to atttact attention,
like a critic. Sometimes 1 do speak up
because it is necessary ahnost. and so 1
state right here in print, knowing that 1
am answerable at the b T of Eternal
Judgment, that there is a hotel in Ark
ansas where a new hall carpet in the
main hall and a burnt rag in the recep
tion room are almost as vit il to the pros
perity of the house as a jiTof muriatic
licid in the caster to help in cutting the
Please do not regard me ns hypercrit
ical, for if 1 am that it is nrely because
1 do not understand the m aniug of the
word as I should, but ther is in Arkan
sas a hotel where the mat who can eat
a whole meal and not do it under the
influence of stimulants, can go through
more suffering than any man 1 ever
Yesterday evening a man came to my
dressing room just a little behind a pro
fessional card which was lightly covered
with a rich black loam. Sinking in the
card for some distance, I f ;mnd thenanits
of an actor who belonged to the "Singed
Cat Opera company," vhich bursted
hero two weeks ago with a dull press re
port which yon may have heard.
1 had stepped out of my dressing room
a moment in order to have room to take
out my watch and see wh it time it was,
and had just returned wl en he entered
on the hot trail of his -ard.- He said
that ho wanted to see t ie show, their
company having bust h 're some time
ago. and would 1 pass oik of the profes
sion. Certainly, said 1, vith a sort of
assumed air of Alvin J islin aflhience
and pie for breakfast which 1 can put
on upon occasion.
He had a faraway iool. and some of
the grease paint of a f irmer engage
ment interfered with hi.- hearing. He
wore a Rameses scarf with a wonderful
imitation of boiled egg ot it. and his col
lar proved to me that however his health
might lie otherwise his pores had been
j'ii all the t ime and act ve.
lie wore a frock coat with a short
waist, and Lis cutis acted as tie nigh they
were pinned inside the sleeves of same.
Somehow I felt that if I e had thought
lessly removed his coat 1 could have
s.-en only a Prince Teck scarf and the
play of his pectoral muscles.
Possibly 1 did him an injustice. Pos
sibly he had a shirt. If t ot, 1 never saw
a haughtier man without one. He said:
"We done a rotten business here. When
we started out we had good paper and
played to S. R. O. in Sor.th Archey. but
the leading man got sort of multy on his
plates with rheumatism, and before a
week we was stopping at a one plunk
house, : the otijoiew got her skates on
and tried to piny opposite a jag that was
out of sight, and so she queered the
' lU 31.TTV.C j 1
'''"'J with victuals,..
THK ACTOR'S ttr.Ql'EST.
business. The manage- piped her oflf
and fined her a week's salary, so
she tool; a H. and S. wi h ns and shook
the company at West P increas, 3. She
was all right, the oujeneic was. except
icr legs, when she lud a jag. and she
could talk like a turtle dove and never
dry up like some does when they get
their skates on, but she was multy on
her plates see' And sc now she is play
ing Eit'.lo Eva. which is mostly on a
death U'd. and where she says it's a
lead pipe cinch.' "
I gave him a pass, as 1 would any one
who lielotigs to our hoiiored profession,
but, as Little Emily's l.ncle would say,
if I know the meaning of anything he
aid to me whatever, miy 1 bo gormed.
"Multy on his plates," 1 am told by
Mr. Irving, is a racing term and means
unsteadv on his feet.
JA "one plunk houso," Mr. Irving as
sures me, is a dollur-a-day house. The
"onjenew," he says, is one who playB
the part of a pure young girl who never
had an evil thought. E. W. N.
ARRANGING THE FURNITURE.
Sensible Suggestion for Making Ourselves
and Our Guests Comfortable.
There should be a place for each member
of the household in any room, aud atten
tion to this causes the furniture in some
measure to arrange itself and be so placed
that it shows to the greatest advantage
and can at the same time be used by the
owners in the best manner possible, says
The IVeorator and Furnisher, in which is
found, also, the following advice:
In arranging the furniture of an apart
ment, no matter how small the room is, a
great amount of comfort and a certain idea
of unlimited space is always given by plac
ing a screen judiciously by the door; this
prevents the whole of the room being on
view at once, and gives an opportunity of
placing a chair or two behind it, which we
could not do were the door to open into
the passage and leave a yawning gulf be
hind one's back, or were it to open into the
room and so leave an exposed place at
once, where no one could sit, because they
would feel they were sitting in t he passage;
and agaiu no chairs should be isolated or
put out of humanity's reach; if they are,
they will be surely sought out at once by
some shy caller or visitor, and we shall
have to spend our time endeavoring to
draw him or her into the circle. We do
not mean that our chairs should be ar
ranged as if assembled at prayer meeting,
but that they should he in reach both of
ourselves, the fire in winter and the win
dow i;i summer, anil of the light always;
then we shall be quite sure our guests are
happy, or if they are not.it is their own
fault and not ours.
Dun't Meml Your Oluve Willi Silk.
It is a very common habit, hut a great
mistake, to mend gloves with silk, as the
silk will cut the kid more than fine cotton
thread, thus showing the mend far more
plainly. For the same reason, according
to a correspondent of The Housekeepers'
Weekly, it will not hold the edges of the
kid so (irmly, but instead will cut through
iu time. You will notice that all kid gloves
are sewed with cotton thread. The manu
facturers understand the difference in the
material and use the most sat isfactorv.
Thread of nil shades, especially put up in
twists for glove mending, ran lie bought
for a tritle. If a glove is b ully torn or
ripped try to match its color wi; h a bit of
silk. I,av this under the torn part and
haste it carefully down in small stitches
that do not show on the right side. Then
draw the rip upas carefully as you can,
taking up vnry little of the kid as you do
so. Neat giove mending is a nice art, and
worthy the cnn.siderat ion of every eco
Tlio lirei.t 1'i.int in Washing: Woolens.
Never soak woolen garments. Make a
strong iat her of soap v ith very hot water:
let it cool, and when lukewarm, wash the
flannels quickly, without ever rubbing
soap on them. Shake them in the water,
clap them lietwecn the hands, but avoid
the ordinary rubbing, as it is apt to pull
them out of shape. If not clean repeat tlie
process with a fresh lather; rinse at once
in clean, tepid water, without blue, chang
ing t he water unt il there is not a trace of
soap left; shake each garment out well,
pull it into shape, hang out to dry as
quickly as possible, but do not let the
tilings lie near a hot fire. Rapidity is the
great point in following out these instruc
tions. Itesiralil Tahle Cover.
Our cut depic's a table cover illustrated
In Country (.Jen I lernan, which has the com
bined merits of being inexpensive, effective
and very easy to make.
IlKSIM TAIil.K COVER.
This cover is of brown denim, the light
side turned upward in the center and the
dark side turned u;i around the edges to
form abroad band, which is worked with
a running vine of maple leaves, in outline,
with shades of golden brown and dark
brown linen floss.
A fringe of the same is knotted around,
using the dark color only. Hlne' deuim is
very pretty for the same purpose.
This will lie well liked, by the children
especially: Rub one half pound of butter
into one pound of flour till it is all crum
bled, then add one-half pound of well
washed and dried currants (one ounce of
caraway seeds if liked), six ounces of su
gar, aud one ounce finclyshred citron.mix
ing them all well together, theu moisten it
with three whole eggs beaten till light, and
finally pour in half a pint of boiling milk
previously mixed with a very small tea
spoonful of carbonate of soda. Pour this
mixture into a buttered tin, and bake one
to one and a half hours.
Cut the celery, which has been well
scraped and washed, into small, square
pieces, and hnil it in salted water until ten
tier. Put a teaspoon fill of hut ter and two
teaspoon!' uis of rice Hour in a bowl and set
it into boiling water, adding slowly a quar
ter of a pint of cream and half a pint of hot
milk, stirring until the rice flour is thor
oughly cooked. Season with sivlt and
white pepper. Pour this over the celery
and serve as hot as mav be.
lloil..l Ciller 1'ieH.
Roil down sweet, cider till it is as thick as
inolas-.es, for use in winter in pies and pud
ding sauces. For pies take one cupful of
this, add one half cupful w.iter, one-half
cupful of molasses, one-half cupful of su
gar, a small lump of butter, fie cupful of
English curra:rs aud spices to suit fancy.
Stir in two spoonful of cornstarch and
bake with one crust, be the top.
Chop fine one-half a haari of cabbage, add
four tahlespoonfuls of vinegar, one tab'.e
tipoonful of sugar, alt and pepper to taste;
stir well together and add one and a half
tahlespoonfuls of thick sour wtm,
itt tne Durauit of tne anna th intra nf
this world we anticipate too much; we
sat out tie heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
malarial diseases. Price an wntu i
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & I.. J. PARKER,
0"First-cla9;work and special stteitlon to
RIXO tT8 VP, f
Telephone No. 1214
W. Trefz & Co.,
Tovs and Candy.
CIGARS 10 TOBACCO.
If you wish to see a nice line
of New Year's Cards call an!
see our display.
2223 Fourth Ave.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ, Pharmacist
PKIBCBUriOK8 A SPKC1AI.TT.
Fourth Ave. andTwentv-Thlrrt St.
pure a'eohol to make Win r; ......
lll.ACKINO. Akvihol is pood 1.-1- 1. :,;!:.; :
it is good 1'ortlict.kin. Al-'oli'l i-iiiiiliu:
inn red icnt of Cologne, l'loi i.la r, lunl
2'.:iy Hum the ui'.l kn.i-.'n l.i.'e wa-i.is.
Wa think there is li.itl.i.i.-, too cu'h t.. use
in a go.nl leuiher i.re.-vrv alive.
Acme Blacking rotsti;- at 2V.
a n.l at that jri.e t-i'l.-, ro: ;!!.
inutile are so a.vnstoii'.i-il C-i !- iu.- : ':r
inc or l'!;:rk;nf sit "'. .'.y.ii ! -.1 . :i 1 -
t ! k ; t they rainii.t t.nd: r-.:.- 1 i ;, t ;. I :.n
iny, ante ciia at i;'. V. c vm:-; t-. r .-
thrill with cheapness it' c:u, i.ml a.
L'.nitiilixh this we oiler a reward of
fur a rei-ijie whii-h will enable lis to niak
Wolff's Ai"ik Klackisu at sui li i, j-ri.v
that :i retniler ran profitahly sell it ::t ltV.
liottle. We hold tills olli-r oiun i.:i:,i
Jan. 1st, 1M3.
WOLFF & RANDOLPH, Philadelphia
Ask your linuririst for a
bolt la ot ltii; The only
' non ZMisoHuus ratnedv lor all
' the uiiiiuturul disrhanrt-s and
f nrivuteilisn'osi's of men und the
achilituting weakness peciiliur
to women, at cures in a lew
I days without the iii or
i publicity of a doctor.
i The Evans CLemicai Co.
OR. ST. ARMAXD'S
1b tb SaVflt and Surest l:'iiHdyevrdi8Covered
for all the unnatural ci.Mru.arg. a and Private
iskasi:h op Mkn and the debilitating weakness
peculiar to wotiien. It, lift ft never faded to cure
the njoHt obstinate cas". in xneu, in from 3 to 6
d&yB. (Nothing That makes quicker claims is
ttafe.) lt is convenient to carry and bandy to
uae no bottle or Hpoon to annoy you. Kemeirj.
Iter, we guaranee it. Trire &lMo per box. Coiu
pleie insirufttons wi,h each box. If the driit
gifityou UHk for Pr. St. Armand'a French Jure
has nt pot it. don't let bim fod vou wi;h bis
oily tongue by nellinu you something else in
stead, but send nee to us and we will forward
to you bv mail, in plain, unmarked box. Ve
also treat patieots bv mail. Address THK
HAZZAKAK 31KlICiNK CO., 2-U bontb bon
gauion htre-t, Chicago, III.
Ea-sily and Speedily Regained bv usiny
This genuine Tnrkih liemedy positively cures
Nervousness, WakefulneBri, vii JireituiH. Lassi
tude. Fain in the Hack. Vital Kxhaustion. und
all diseases caused by Krrors of Yonth or Kx
cesses. It is eonveni'eut to carry and easy lo
ose. Price il.O.) per box, or 6 for J.U0. A wri:
teii guarautee to cure, or money refunded, given
i'.h each i'l.UO order. If the druggist you ask
for Huzarak's Turkish Pills has not Rot them,
don't let bim fool you with bis oily tongue and
sell you soinething'else instead, but send prioe
to ns and we viil forward to you by mail. In
plain, unmarked package. We also treat pa
tients by mail. Address THE HAZZAKAK
MEU1C1SK CO., 200 South Sangamon btreet,
Fk rm .CKECAGOl
il'X UlA.fij'jJ SiJSw
Li I a
CVtnrUJMAN THAT HAS ANY 5EN5E.
And hany there be we hope.
yjlll tSPEND HER CENTS FOR A USEFUL CAKE
A. D. HUESING.
Reprepems. amoni? other dme-tned ana wel
mown FireIn.aranceCompan.es he following r
Ttoysl Insnrance Company, of Bngland.
WescheHter Fire Ins. Company oi N . Y.
Bnffalo Oerm&n Ics.Co., BuCslo, N. T.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Hocheeter, N. T.
Citiiens Ins. Co., of Pittsnrgh, Pa.
Ban fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of C&liforr.'a.
Security Ins. Co.. New Hn en, CoTin.
Milwankee Mechanics Inf. O ., Milwaukee, Wis
German Fire Ins. Co., of pyuria. Ill,
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
Ts old Fire aid Time-tried Conpaataa
LOSSES PROIPTLY PAID.
tes an low as sny rcli-ble -om;'ar.y caa aSa
Billiard and Pool Parlors.
liavine jnst fnrnished a fine IMrlor n ta!t end
eq hi ped it wb li 11 of Br inaw-ck kt's
finett Billiard Tub-i !1. aNo Iwotiii i ,
IN THE CIGAR STORE
:!ie finest Vre of Imporied sud Dunn si fa Cie:rs
!:U Tobacco in the market.
180S Second Avenue.
Express and Moving.
All ordere promptly attended to. Char
L?ave ordcrn At K. Trenamani name
hop on Market square
OUIC V A NO POSITIVE Bitloi.rrf
tor S JL X UAL. DEBILITY Ino LOST
ITAUITV hnown. A Marvellous Invito,
r alOr . ontirrt hrmlp. Ifffi.l SI file. IS...ri f.-r
Cuaruntrra . Cil.trw. DB.W T C ATOM. Box b.'i). BoitOO. .
TO THE AFFLICTED!
Wh y pay t.ic for toqrnrfc? whfn tlio br.t
TiK'duMi trt?;itiii'Mit Ciin h1 hud fT rr94.i.
Htlo (4-i )-.s, .f The IVrut h.suiCiK'.i.. i
ifi.-u jromiip vn'ni.iii.ii!! ir.ltl
YftltW VZll unoni,ar fr..niSM.i!nal
I UUIig Ifitw.t nnd NrTimt iK-t.ilitv
: Shirt Factory :
We axe now prepared to take
your measure and make
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
All kind of Repairing done.
Also agent for Kotkford C'olbinj Com. any.
Fine custom-made pants from 53 to $10.
1609 Second Avenue, Bock Island.
Over Looslcj's Crockery store.
Loss of M.':;wry. If
irtiiu tiriy in!.sorf iionsT uthrr c
t - rx-M cirviIiC
MIDDLE-AGED MEN inartvaiiet'oi tlieii v- rs.Knl-
ney and niaditer tniuMes. ee., will fir.rt M. l!wk1
.1 Tre:itni'iit a S:ite, Certain and ?;ic-,-i!t ; I KK.
rilllilll DICTIIirp txnvrienee.nni.t.i..t!n.
r! .ij ill
Idiwrtsos furni.tny years. ire'-ntM'! nn-
man Mr.mat-h 3iHliriTtr-s. r. im y :trt- iM.t
chancftil-ythCKastru-jinf i ar.lrt')uiri';.o
change tf dictur inKrriiptioin d '..-uies.
coMini: fnira $.i.ul to si;..l".. ux-d un-
vp..., , -w. i-i hi:iij .i-.i, lull!,
Williams private praciiep. Give them a t.-ial.
PFHIFIP Un CI fortlieKidneysandr.hi.lilorenrf
til L.UII III nuOI reo-nt cases In one to f .nr d.ivs
UTERINE EUTRPPHiC ti&l:Zt
Call or write forcatnl'vueand lafurmat.ui.Mfc
OOUSulUne other.. A .id re.
THE PERU CHEMICAL CO..
189 WisrciiSiH Stmeet. MILWAUKEE, Wr
The Rock Island
Is the best medium throush
which to reach the country .trade.
; Advertisers should have their
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511! VESICAL C3. , STTFAIO, N. 7.
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3 ryinif t'olic.orTei-lUwtof Inrauts
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Ienlery. irlilnp. hlli.ri Clic.. .'i.
taulera l orliBf, '.n.lUiij
7 i'uuKhit. ( ulil, lr..c1ittls .'5
Neuraliiin, l'.'liia-lii.. tareai-lie ..
Mradai hen. Mek iieii.tfielie. Vertigo .V 5
JO lMepia. lUll'-iis Mwnwh . .45
11 fniiuressed .r Painful I'eriods. .i't
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H Irrrraiid Atr, l.lll.. J.aka-li 50
17 l'ilen, UllD'1 or Weed'ny ..ly
! Hiarrh, Inftuetiui. C'ldlntbeHend .50
40 Wboapinc sach. Vl-ilnl i'l.iixh. ,3
41 Onrml llhllin .1 byslcai M uJllus .-"
47 Kidney Diseawr .5
4S Nrroo Itebiliir .1.00
30 1 rioary H eaUnes", Wettlnit Bed. .5tt
34 Diseaseaaf Ihellearl, Palpitation l.t
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ttt tirlce. lia. Hmi-HREYB' Juii u. (144 pwi)
rlciily bound In cloth and to .Id, mali -d tr.
HTJMPHBETS' MEDICINE CO,
Cor. William and John Etreeta, Maw To-
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