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Dally sad Weekly M 1SS4
Aim, Sock Island. IB
J. W. POTTEH.
Daily. BOe per asonta; Weekly. $2.00
n; ra ad ranee, $1 SO.
kmmm ot a crai or itfnKiw
tolitical or rettartoas,
axzaffced for nkiKtlul.
wiH he prated orer cU'-iors signararea.
MM MMMMMrilVH BOC MOCftL
OtumwldM roifceiied from erery township
Thcrsday. Acgcst 4. 182
..ADLAI E. STEVEN-
Far Preaideit .......
for Vice Presideat.,
For Governor JOH P ALTGE LD
rrBntuit!un JOHS ? BLACK
For CovRfran at Urge-. AXDKE J HTT T E R
For Laeateaant Gmmor JvfeEPH B GILL
V.bM.nof Kiua H H KISRICHSK
Per Auditor DAVID GORK
ForTreaeerer EUFTS BAMMl
w uuT(Mrt! M T MALONEY
For Eltttor, llih Lirt . J. H. BASLET
The DtHwxratie roters in the several eoantie
(nuiiiu the A'"eoth CeerrrssioBal District
are rtqoested to sexd ee!e;ates to Conress
toul ccaseWn to be held t MonmontB. ill no.
THlHgt.AV.tEPT. 1. 12. ,
M M.-e o'fWI, a. m. for the porpoee of DOmfoU
teg aaxiMUufor eowrress, a member of tee
board ol eqnajiiauoe. and to transact sach other
brisee a may be presented for tie eotsidera
rkm of tbe eci:iit:oB The federal eoantiee ia
taecoorrtstionsl district will be etxitled to a
repreeeatatioa on tte basis ef oae delegate for
very votes tail oce for a frae loa of 10b rotes
r over. eat for Kdward . Wl.aon, for eta'e
treasarer ia 1990. at follow;
Coo cue. Votes 1) So. Dei.
for congeress by the republicans of the
E'-evenlh district." and at the same tiae
hastens to assure them 'they found
that Rock Island rt publican t were not
only strongly in favor of the Hon. W. H.
Gest bnl had obtained asurancs from
that jrenCetnan tht he would accept if
nominate!." The morn leg paper then
goes pa to pat tse "gentletttea who as
pire to be nominated for congress" on ihe
back gently, but concludes by saying it
looks forward confidently to Mr. Gest's
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By order of Democratic Congressional commit
tee of the E.cvenih Cogresitsai district of UU
oia. . PoTl EH, Ca'av
H. C. Coos, Pee-y.
MoebwmjIU. III.. Jely . ICTi.
Democratic Coaaty Conrentloa.
The Democrats of Rock Island connty are here
by rco.net ted to rend delegate to a convention in
be held at tbe coart bouse ia the e ty of Rock
Island Wednesday AnetjtS4. lsS.at 11 o'eloes.
a. at .for the pa i pop of nominaun? cstdidates
lor the office of ttate's attorner. circait c.'erk.
coroner and surveyor, and selecting delegates to
the eonpreMional eonveniton to be held at Mon
moolh, Sept. 1, and also to the seoa'orial eenrca
ttoa. 1 he bar of repreaeniatioB at id cooaty
eooventton mill be oce delejrate lor ch Jowa
ah ip and opn tae oe for Cleveland and "laor
aoaa ia 1 appoitiored among the different
1ornhipp. precinct and ward la the ratio of one
delegate to evarv SO voter, and one delegate for
very major pari thereof, ana according to which
the following iU be the representation:
Cordova 8 Canoe Creek
HvnUii lRtnrscinct S Coe S
The New Totk Preia. a stalwart
republican paper, unconscicnslr perhaps,
hiu Carnegie a rap in this: "There is
entirely too much of the Sunday and
holiday Christianity among church mem
bers, and not enough of the work day
and pay day and rent day kind There
are too many so called christian employ
ers and landlords who eet labor as
cheaply as they can on six days in the
week., take all the rent they can from the
occupants of miserable unvholecome
tenements on the first day of the month,
and think they are doing their duty to
their fellow men, loving their neighbors
ss tterctclTfcs, wfcea tbey coctrabute lib
erally lo the Sunday collection, gra
ciously lend their pictures for free art
exhibitions and get thesr names
sounded through the newspaper
trump of fame by founding seme great
benevolent institution. That is not the
pirit of the Nszarene. who. if Aiistotle
could be called "the master of those who
know, should surely be called 'the mas
ter cf those who do. He preferred the
ordinary rather than the extraordinary
proof of love to one's fellow man; the
unobtrusive reasoning which says: 1
lore a healthy, comfortable home, with
pictures in it, and clean clothes to wear,
myself; if I love my neighbor as myself.
let me pay him the wages that will ena
ble him to gratify the same reasonable
desires; or let me pull down my malo
dorous rockeries, where both sexes are
packed into the same dark, stuffy rooms.
and build model tenements, with plenty
of water, air, light and privacy, even if
they do not net me more than 4 per cent
on the investment
a Zama a
4 Coal Valley
4 t-oota Sloli-je - 4
8 Moline 1st Ward.... 8
8 Itnd " .... 8
4 " 8rd " .... 4
5 - 4:h .... 8
" Sih 8
6 " 6h 4
" Tth - 2
4 Edeinat'o-lst Prec't 2
S " 2nd "
several towarbipe will be
Booth Kock Island. ..
K. jslacd 1st Ward..
2nd " ..
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"V ranrDM in the
held a: 4 D m., and In Molice ard Rock Island at
fe.tO p. m. on hamrdaj. Amrni-t , lwt
T. . Silvis, Chairman.
Wa. McEKtaT, Secretary.
The Galveston t.Tex ) News refers to
"EI Pm&o. of the same state, as "thai
growirg city out west."
Eltter can have no real rival, but
vnn are tn!d that in Asbantee crows a
tree which furniabe txcellent butter.
It is a coincidence worthy of pote that
the same day of Mr. Gest's withdrawal of
his suit against our taxpayers he for
mally announced his candidacy for the
ronomination tor congress.
Jcdoe Altgeld has nearly completed
his personal tour of the state, and early
in September will take the stump. He has
made the most remarkable campaign ever
attempted and is confident of bis election
by a large majority.
r.onvi-K Rt.kvki.akd savs: ' It hon-
estlv seems to me that the democrats.
who are not at this time loyal to the
cause are recreant to their country. Per
aonal advancement of men is nothine;
the triumph of the f.rinciples we advo
8t Locis Republic: New Mexico is
admirably fitted for statehood, but she
will have to wait until Harrison and the
republican maiority in the senate get
marching orders. Harrison will go on
the 4 h of March next, and the control of
the senate will change hands soon there
after. New Mexico's electoral vote wi.l
be counted in 1896
After II, now that Geet has with
drawn bis suit against the city, what
great moral and legal principle has he
fuccetded in establishing? 'Ibe city
seems to have established ihe principle
of standing firm, that people cannot sue
oar commonwealth and then run both
sides of the case. The city has simply
atnnri iia trrnund and won. That's the
jbstsnce of it.
Avl Is not coming Mr. Gest's way
down the district, great and determined
a is the effort being made by the gentle
man and bis friends in Rock Island
countv. Before the republican county
convention of Mercer county. Tuesday.
Alexander McLean of Macomb, and Col
B. F. Marsh of Warsaw, made speeches
ia their own behalf for the republican
consreasional nomination, and yesterday
they wen in Rock Island. The Union
ki. wanrnino IndulaTos in an attempt at
sarcastic allusion to these aspirants, "as
gentlemen wbo aspire to be nominated
HisT Personal Experience
Hon. James W. Hosted, while serving
his eixth term as Speaker cf the Assem
bly of the Stat of New York, writes:
"Stbte of New York, Assembly Coamber. (
Albany, Jan. 16, 1690. S
I desire once more to bear my testi
mony to the value of Allcock's Porous
Plastera. I have used them for 25 years
past, and can concientiouly commend
tbem as the best external remedy that I
have known. Years ago, when thrown
from a carriage and seriously itiared. I
gave them a thorough trial. Ia a very
short time the pain that I was suffering
disappeared, and within a wetk I was
entirely relieved. On another occasion,
when suffering from a severe cougb,
which threatened pulmonary difficulties,
which I was recommended to go to Flor
ida to relieve, I determined to test the
plastera aga:n. I applied tbem to my
chest and between the shoulder blades,
and in less than a fortnight was entirely
cured. On still another occasion, when
suffering from an a tack of rheumatism
in the shoulder to such an extent that I
could hardly raise my arm. I again re
sorted to the plasters, and within a very
few days the rheumatism entirely disap
peared. I have tbem constantly by me.
whether at home or abroad. My family
as well as myself have found tbem to be
a sovereign remedy, both for external
and internal troubles. I never bad bit
one kidnev difficulty in my life, and the
aoplication of the plasters cured me in a
week. I desire, as I said before, to bear
mv testimony in a public way to their
tfflcacy. and I know of no betier wav of
doing it than by giving you my personal
A Thoughtful Person
consults his best interests bv having a box
of Krause's Headache Capsules at hand;
taken as directed will prevent or stop any
kind of headache, no matter what the
cause, in fact if your skull was cracked it
would prevent pain. The frequency of
the attacks will diminish and by taking
the capsules at the approach of a head
ache you will never have another.
For sale by all druggists. Hartz &
Bahnsen, wholesale agents.
Low Rates to Denver.
Knights Templar triennial conclave
The Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific rail
way will sell round trip tickets at half
rates east of the Missouri river to Knights
Templar and their friends to Denver,
Aug. 8 to 7. good to return to Oc. 11;
and west of the Missouri river, July 25
to Aug. 10, return limit Oct. 10. Ask
your nearest ticket agent for full partic
ulars or address John Sebastian. G. T. &
P. A., Chicago. Ill
Knights Templar Rates to Denver,
The "Burlington Route" will make the
Knights Templar excursion tickets from
Chicago, Peoria, Rock Island and inter
mediate points at the rate of $12 for the
round trip. ' Tickets on sale Aus. 3 to 7
inclusive, good returning to Oct. 11.
1892. This for continuous passage in
both directions and of ironclad signature
form. For further information apply to
any ticket agent or to the undersigned.
W. D. Mack.
D. P. A , Rock Island.
Davenport Mile Track Races
and the Mississippi River Carnival,
August 2. 8, 4 and 5. 1892. For this
occasion and the great $10,000 race be
tween Allerton and Delmarch. the Chi
ceco, Burlington & Qaincy Railroad
company will sell tickets from all points
on its line within 150 miles of Davenport
at the rate of one fare for the round trip.
Tickets on sale Ausust 2 to S inclusive,
good to return op to and including Aug.
6 H. D. Mack. D. P. A.,
P. S. Eustis, G. P. A., Rock Island.
WOUNDS THAT LIVE.
BTEEN MEMORY BRINGS TO MIND
MANY A PAINFUL EVENT.
A Trifltmar Remlader Often
Make One Bitterly Miserable A Wosa
awi's Story vr w TnrtlMatT Eistrleara 1st
Her Early Life A Day's Sorrow.
One may forget a circumstAnce, or may
teem to fonret It, bat the emotion it
aroases, if it be a sincere emotion, never is
really forgotten. Let a like circumstance,
or even the ory of one, meet one after ,
years witnoet nuinoer, ami preio: m .
old emotion is qnicland keen and awake;
time baa not dulled it; made of imperisha- j
blestuff.it a.verta to our startled senses
Its immortality. j
"Mental wounds," says M action aid, "are '
like physical, in this, that bad weather re- i
vires the old ache." The truth of that,
and of the fact that One never really for
gets, crime home to me oddly, when I
chanced in the newspapers upon the tragic .
Story of the Yale boy who met his death !
through the jest of a society initiation.
The allusion to the ftrief of the comrade
who was in all innocence yet responsible
for the terrible happening Drought sud
denly across mv consciousness, with a rush !
as of a tidal wave, an almost inupport-1
able comprehension of what that grief .
must be, and with it the memory of a hap- J
pening no long part that, had anything; bat j
analogous circumstances suggested it, I j
should have smiled as at a childhood trag-.
edy, seen as comedy down the vista of J
Bat the mere thouefcfc of the soul cloud.
under the like of which I had once stood, J
brougbt back that long ai?o nour, ana me
pain of it and lo! there was no yesterday,
and no f orfretting and r outgrowing. I
stood, a child, in such hour of wrench
ing, horizon less agT only a child can
fa these Vrar's of kindergartens, where
arlfe infancy learns games of aeetbetic
Ibarra and s-ubtly correspondential mean
ing,! doubt if well regulated children ever
"play Indian." But to "play Indian"' was
our one recreation that age cocld not
wither nor custom stale. Our gorgeously
comprehensive notions of the noble red
man were derived in impartial measure
from Cooper's novels, and from lurid liter
ature of the Jibbenainosay order, with va
riations applied by our own ardent youth
ful imaginations. One never-to-be-forgotten
twilight we had put the Indian, so to
speak, through ail bis known paces,
smoked the sweet fern) pipe of peace, and
executed war dances of weird and original
steps, conducted a bnfTalo hunt, in wnich
the long suffering Newfoundland from
over the way officiated as buffalo, and
finally were inspired with the beautiful
idea of playing at savages attacking an
I was the heroic wife and mother of the
emigrant train. Armed with a lath picked
up from an unfinished building. 1 joyously
awaited the onslaught of the howling
leader of the tribe a little boy from the
next street. We rushed at each other
the old mist is before my eyes, the old,
dumb, clutching horror at my heart. I
hear the sbiill cry of fright and pain; I
see the boy, fone terribly white all in a
second, pressing both hands to his face,
while dull, red drops j.lash down between
the fingers; I see him stagger lack against
his comrades, who slowly lead him away.
I see my playmates, with the utter, in
stinctive heartlessness of childhood I will
r.ot dwell u;on that phrase, but against
all comers I will defend it! shrink slowly
back from my vicinity, lroking at me with
curious eyes, as in whi.- jerirjg groups they
move off down the street.
And I am alone. As for all mylife I for
see I shall 1- alone. The boy I have
wounded will die. There will never more
1- light in the sunshine nor flavor in food.
Not one of the Ion:;, long dreams of things
to 1 will ever come true. Never for one
hour, awake or asleep, will that stone pass
from the heart. I shall live to be old old
and all the days of all the years I shall
walk alone, and they will point at me as
thechild the girl the woman who killed
It was a slight wound in the fleshy part
of the cheek, and in a week it was healed.
But my heart quickly lightened, it is
true, of the immediate agony did not heal
in a week. In a quarter century of weeks
it has not ft fully healed but that bad
weather though it be but that of sympa
thetic comprehension stirs in the old scar
something of the old sting and ache!
It would be indeed "an irony on the part
of Providence," this terrible gift of unfor
getting, were it not, like all our life's laws,
compensatory, bringing alive for us as
many memories of joy as memories of pain.
All that we ever knew of pain lives still,
and warns us to earn for ourselves as little
pain as mar le. All that we ever knew
of joy lives still, and to comprehend that
is to hold promise of heaven. uorothy
Lundt in Boston Commonwealth.
A COLD WATER CURE.
What Mrs. Ferwwsosi Owe to the Cssis
tiom ar m Cowntry Cowslm.
"A little more water, please, mum.''
If ever a New York small boy looked the
personification of mischief, it was the boy
who made this speech.
He and somewhere between a doren and
twenty other boys had been spending the
morning on Mrs. Ferguson's front steps,
whittling, eating peanuts and tearing up
newspapers to an accompaniment of sing
ing, whistling and shouting. It wasn't
the first morning that these same boys
had spent there, either; indeed, for
weeks they had spent about all of the time
when they had not been sleeping or eating
making messes on Mrs. Ferguson's steps;
and this, too, in spite of requests, en
treaties and threats.
"Now, boys, please go away," Mrs. Fer
guson would say; "don't you see how you
are clattering up my steps"
Another time the good old lady would,
metaphorically speaking, go down on her
marrow bones before the young hoodlums
and beg them to go and sit somewhere else
"Vhv don't you go and sit on Mrs.
Smith's steps half a day?" she ventured
to say one morning, by way of suggestion.
"Coz she's got a dorg," was the answer.
There had Iwen times when with broom
in hand Mrs. Ferguson had sallied forth
from the front hall and made a dah at
the squatters on her front stoop, and then,
enraged as much as a gentle creature could
be. had vowed to call a policeman.
But nothing had served to drive the
boys away. If the boue had been a half
orphan asylum and they the inmates, they
couldn't have stuck by it any more faith
fully. , ,
"Why don't ve dowse 'em?" demanded
Mrs. Ferguson s country cousin, wno can
come to make a visit.
"Dowse 'em! Dowse 'em What's that?"
asked Mrs. Ferguson.
" Why, throw water on
Duck 'em. Why, don't
-Oh, dear!" protested
"I could n t do that. I
"Well. I'll do it for ye. then." said the
cousin, and, in spite of Mrs. Ferguson's
protests, she ran into the lathroom and
filled a great big tin pail with water and
brought it to a window overlooking the
stoop There were ten quarts of water in
ril Thp woman shot it out of the
window in such a way that every drop of
it did good.
"Gee: What struck us?" exclaimed the
youngster who seemed to be the lws of the
squatter colony. Then he l-egan pulling
his clothing loose from his body, arms anu
legs. Presenily he glanced up at the win
dow and canght sight of Mrs. Ferguson.
It was then that he held his hands up in
such a way as the fielder holds his when he
is watching for a fly ball, and called out to
Mrs. Ferguson, "A little more water,
But he didn't go ljack to his old seat on
tIia st-ns and wait for more water. It ma v lie
said, too, that thereafter iie and his mates
. , i r : - 1 . 1. .. A f I
mae irouoie lor sojicik:j cic
Ferguson. New York Times.
One TVay to Clean a Cnimney.
There is no need of sending for a sweep
when your chimney needs cleaning. The
easiest way to clean a chimney is of course
to hire somebody to do it for you, but in
default of a professional the job may be
easily and successfully done by a couple of
amateurs. One should tie a cord to a
brick and go on the roof with it, and the
other, who ought to le a greenhorn, should
be instructed to hold a large bag at the
bottom of the chimney.
Then the man on the roof should pull
the brick up and down the chimney, and
the man below will catch in the bag most
of the soot that does not go in his face or
on his clothes or out in the room. There
is no doubt as to the efficaciousness of- the
method, but one who wishes to try the ex
periment should persuade some one else to
hold the bag. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Ingenuity in Sign Tainting.
Sign painters nowadays need not show
much knowledge of drawing figures, but
very much skill and experience are neces
sary before one can space letters protnrly.
A poorly spaced sign is a spoiled one, and
perhaps the jMjrcentage of good "spacers"
would not amount to more than one in ten
among sign painters.
The plain lettered sign is now most in
vogue here, but it offers considerable scope
for the exercise of ingenuity and taste
in evolving new ideas, fine or quaint forms
of lettering, D roper backgrounds to the let
ters, appropriateness of appearance to the
business advertised and what not besides.
New York Times.
Prejudice Against Bed Hair.
The prejudice against red hair is both
ancient and widespread. For centuries the
popular notions throughout all Europe
associated hair of this unlucky color with
villainy, un trust worthiness and deceit.
In Henry Bebel's "Collection of Proverbs,"
published in 1512, occurs the following:
"Proud are the short; untrustworthy the
red haired." St. Louis Republic
'em. Soak 'em.
you know what
might wet their
Daily Diversion of a Canine.
In the busiest part of Fulton street,
Brooklyn, there is a rirm of plumbers
which is noted for the :og that belongs to
the establishment. Jack i his name and
he is middle aged, paie yellow animal of
no particular pedigree, but an astonishing
amount cf brains.
After his breakfast of a rare chop and a
pint of milk, with bread crust he strolls
down to the shop wi: h his master and 1
gins to recori noiter for a piece of lioard.
When be has found ore he s-ts it up on
end at the farther c-m r of the shop and
whines for the red Iciid cm-. W hen he gets
it he sticks his tail in the colored com
pound, and lacking up airainst the board
he sweeps his tail :n gradually diminish
ing circ les upon it until he has prepared a
regulation Creednrior target.
He then bit-s a mouthful out of the
putty keg and sirs out on the doorstep
with his month wide open until the raw
morning air has sufficiently irritated his
bronchial tuoes. Then he sits down by
the front door, elevates his right foreleg
until he can squint the proper 'sight'' over
it and proceeds to cough small putty balls
at his target, lie has now attained such
astonishing proficiency that he can make a
score of forty-eight out of a possible fifty
and not half try.
He is a modest animal withal, and has a
strong disinclination to exhibit his skill in
public New York Herald.
The merit of Hood's garsaparilla is not
, I 1 . 1 . W i. , . . )
acciaeuiai out is iue ireun ui miciui
study and experiment by educated phar
macists. Caiarrn Cant be Cared
with local applications, as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease, uatarrn is
a blood or constitutional disease, and in
order to cure it you have to take internal
remedies. Hall's Catarrh cure is taken
internally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is no qusck medicine. It was pre
scribed by one of the best physicians in
this country for years; and is a regular
prescription. It is composed of the best
tonics known, combined with the best
blood purifiers, acting directly on the
mucous surfaces. The perfect combina
tion of the two ingredients is what pro
duces such wonderful results in curing
catarrh. Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Chekkv & Co., Props.. Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists price 75c.
Bradfield't Female Regulator
has won, on merit alone, a widespread
and enduring reputation. It is a com
bination of vegetable agents, the retuit
of the experionce of one who made the
diseases of women a life Jong study.
Taken according to directions the organs
awake to new life and energy, leavine
tbe woman free from pain at tbese per
iods. Soldbv Hartz & Bahnsen.
STATE SAVINGS B.OZ.
office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
Succeeds the Moline Savings Bank. Organised 1809
5 PEE CENT. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS.
Organised under State Laws,
open from tt.rn.totp. m.. and Wednesday aad
Saturday nights from 7 to 8.
Kostbb Sanma. - President
. A. auiswobtm, - Vice-President
C. r. BamajrwaT, ... cashier
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells.
- C. A. Rose, M. A. Alnsworth,
O. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrew Fritters., C. p. Hamenway,
ff II If
w buy f
SOME Rice fHD '
BUT NVR MIND
rc ALL GROCERS KEEP IT:
EVERY HOUSEWIFE WANTS IT. 1
J. B. ZIMMER,
Has Just received a large 5rvc!ce of the latest Imsorte atd Domestic Strftg zi 5
8altn, waich he is selling at (25.00 and np. Bis line of overcoatincs car.no: ti x-.t::e4
west of Chicago. A very fir e lice of pants, which he is selling at $ 00 aid i;. d j
and make )oor selection while tbe stock i complete.
Stab Block, Opposite Habpke IIocsz.
OLD GUARD HAND-MADE
Only S2.50 Per Calion
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
C. J. W. 3GHEEINEH,
Contractor and Builder.
1121 and 1123 Fourth areane. Residence llr Four-.h oetoi-.
Flans acd speci3catioxs fnrelsbed on all classes of work : also sxect c 1 filler's P-e: c;c
Slidicg Blinds, something new, stylish and desirab'.e.
BOCK IsLANI-. - J.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
AiJALYTIC AND DISPENCING
Will be located on Fifth avenue and Twentythird street on or before iusus: 1-
1803 Second Avenue.
Proprietor of the Brady Street
lAjl k cds of Cat Flowers constantly on hand.
Green Booses Flower Store
One block north ot Central Psrk. the largest 1- la. 80 Brady Street. Daren port. I c
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth 8t. . . "D Tclsnri
and Seventh Avenue. 2 XvOCK lSianu
tZrAll kinds of carpeater work a specialty. Plans and estimates for all kinds ef boll dir. r
furnished on application.
ff (fS HAHHOOD RESTORED
KT G -- tea curaitn to eure sll nri-ons diH:ues. enrta as W '', '.
s . i ' 1 Kwssof Brain Pow-r. lleadaMie. Wskef uln-. lost Maiihud. Ninhi. r ?-;
N Jtj. ' sHns, XrTuMies. LammiikIv. all drain and loss ,f prtwer ot tbe ,jen"r
.2 1 swirsi 1 BaSk wans In either tu-x cause I by over exertion, yoatbfut err. . cr "
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