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TJIE AKGU&FKIDAI, DEVEMXEll 30, 1892.
Pnbllshed Dally and Weekly at 1624 Second
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tive character, political or rt-litriou, mast have
real name attached for pnbl cation. No ncn
articles ill be printed over fictitious signatures.
Anoymoas communications not noticed.
Correspondence solicited from every township
In Bock Island count; .
Friday, December 30, 1892
Counterfeiting is a somewhat an
cient occupation, it being inaugurated in
Grotkr Cleveland's picture hangs
in the Stacey galierj in Old Bond street,
It is estimated that over 19.000.000
persons hare been killed in the wars be
tween civil zed countries in the past cen
tury, and 1,200,000.000 during the Ust
80 centuries. Flammarion, the astrono
mer, calculates that the entire number of
corpses would bridge the channel from
France to Enghcd. while the heads alone
would form a continuous band reaching
ciz times around the world.
The value of tin beer and other liquor
annually consumed in Des Moines is
fl.2O0.0C0. The value of the liquors an
ncally consumed in Iowa is probably
f 20,000.000 Yet while the consumption
cannot be stoppc.', a state law prevents
the manufacture at home of any of the
liquor d-ank at home. Impotent to pre
vent sale and use, it yet decrees that it
stead of pajing 20,000,000 a year to do
mestic distillers and brewers Iowacs shall
pay this vast sum to ouiside rcanufuc
turcs. From a rational standpoint a more
idiotic enactment is hardly conceivable,
says the Dubuque Telegraph.
The Washington Post demands a cm
gressionsl iBvestigalicn of its charge
that a literary ring has secured posses
sion of the historical records and docu
ments of the government and refuses to
give access tr them except to a ctrtain
clique of New England wiiters, of which
Ilenry Cabot Lodge is a distinguished
member. Th charge is by no means a
new one. Western writers, a the In
dianapolis Sentinel sj9, httve long found
the greatest difficulty ia getting at de
sired documents iu the govrnrr.ect col
lection and have wondered at the ease
with wh:ch Bostonians got vrhai they
couiJ not. Certainly congress should
give the matter attention. The wtst.trn
school of wiiters ij rapidly forgiug to thi
front and New Er.gtanJ should not bu
permitted to retain her poliiio! pres ie
by "foroe bill" nu-theds around Vi.ahinjj
ton. What Was tlie ?7attT with Urn t'afcr?
A sociably inclined yonnK conple who
re comfortably quartered in one of the
large apartment hoiws up town invited a
few friends to a cr.nl party one evening
last week. Owing to a misunderstanding
regarding the date not one of the expected
guests appeared on the evening in ques
tion. The young w ife was greatly vexed.
She had prepared a templing little supper,
nnd hei economical soul revolted at the
Idea of its being wasted. One of the fea
tures of her table was a large ornamental
cake, which she had purchased at a neigh
boring confectioner's. She cut the cake
and endeavored to induce her husband to
eat a portion of it, but he did not like cake.
She was determined, however, that some
body should eat it, and she offered it to the
hall and elevator liors.of which there were
four. They accepted it with enthusiasm
and quickly disposed of it.
The following day every boy was sick
very sick. A doctor was called, and his
investigations led to the suspicion that
something was the matter with that cake.
He said that the boys had undoubtedly
been poisoned. The confectioner's shop
was visited, and the story of the mischief
breeding cake was told to him. He bad
evidently heard a similar story lefore, for
ha hastily exclaimed: "Oh, it was part of
that varnish batch of cake. I am so sorry.
You must excuse me. My cook put in a cup
of varnish. That is all. You see I have
been having the woodwork in my store
varnished. Yes, that was it. He put in
some varnish. That Is all."
The boys got well, and the story of the
"varnish cake" has been repeated all over
the neighborhood. When the bidden guests
who staid away from the card party heard
of it they were glad that they had misun
derstood the date. New York limes.
The Word ISible.
The word Bible furnishes a striking in
stance of a word's rise from very low to
high estate. To the bulk of English speak
ing folk it now means the book of books.
In Chaucer's day it meant any book what
ever or scroll to speak by the card, lest
equivocation undo us. Tracing the word
Bible straight home, we find it as bublos,
but another name for the papyrus reed of
Egypt. National Review.
In a Grab Bag.
One of the features of a church fair was
a grab bag, and among the contents was a
slip of paper on which was written: "Good
for one grave. Will be dug any time dur
ing the ensuing year. John Smith, sex
ton." Philadelphia Ledger.
The Plain Truth
Is good enough for Hood's Saraaparilla
there is no need of embellishment or sen
sationalism. Simply what Hood's Bar
saparilla does, that tells the story of its
merit. It you have never realized its
benefits a single bottle will convince you
it is a good medicine.
The highest praise has been won by
Hood's Pills for their easy, vet efficient
action. Sold by all druggists. Price
OVH AND OVER AGAIN.
O' er and over strain.
No matter which way I may turn,
1 1 lways find in the book of life
Some lesson I have to learn.
Oiie dolus; will nnr suil'ce.
Though doinjr is nut in vain.
Ami a blesfcinif f:iiii:ij me once or twice
May come if I try aain.
Tl e path that l.as once been trod
Is never so rough to the foot.
And the lesson we once have learned
) 3 never so hard to re;eat.
Tl ough sorrowful tears may fall.
And the heart to its depths be riven
B storm nnd tempest, we need them all
''o render us St .r hiv.vt.ri.
Lilies" Hume Companion.
The Ravages of Cholera.
The discovery t.i a i:ie J:cil that would
protect an individual from cholera would
be of great usefulness, for iu India, the
home of that divsp, the average annual
mortality tliert-tVtmi in the cities is 8.33,
end it the country 1.52 per 1,000 living.
The a my statistics show that 2.49 percent,
of the European soldiers are admitted to
the hospital for clioiera, while only 0.9o
per Ci-nt. of the native soldiers are ad
mitted for the disease, but the mortality
33.C0 per cent, for the former, 35.5 per cent,
for tin latter is almost equal. In the va
rious t'pidemic manifestations of cholera in
variots parts of the world the mortality
has o'ten exceeded 50 per cent, of those
In Ism ami 1SS5 cholera was epidemic
in sot thern Europe, and in Spain in the
latter year the otlicial report states that
there were tdmost 100,000 deaths. There
were tifty-one persons affected in each
thousi ml living, and the mortality was 38
per cent. These statistics stimulated in
vestigators to attempt tosolve the problem
of affording immunity to cholera. Dr. S.
T. Art istruug in Popular Science Monthly.
lion Russian Men Wear Their Coats.
Vh n in Russia I remember well on one
occasion an athletic young Saxon shrug
ging bis shoulders and exclaiming as some
figure went by muffled up in a great fur
coat, of which the collar turned up as high
as the top of the head, without using the
sleeves, but holding the garment on as one
might a shawl or blanket, with the hands
very carefully folded inside: "Look at that
now! I think I could (pulling himself up
and clinching his fist) bowl over two or
three cf these fellows myself."
Imii entally it may be remarked that
this way of wearing a greatcoat, even in
summer, is almost universal i. e., with
out using the sleeves so much so that it
is frequently so worn iu the army by all
ranks in uniform, nnd there is a special
word ;n the language which designates
this peculiar way of wearing a coat. I
tried o to wear it once or twice, but it
really :s troublesome to keep on, and I am
at a liss to understand how a custom
neither convenient nor Incoming can have
ltecome so general as to be distinctly na
tional. Cornhill Magazine.
liurials in Westminster Abbey.
Since 105 there have Ikh n twenty seven
interments in Westminster nbliey, not in
cluding the temporary reception thereof
Mr. Pcabody's remains, which were ulti
mately removed to America. The names
of tho -e buried there are in the order of
their interment: Algernon, duke of Xorth
umber and; Lord Palmer-ton, the Duchess
Powacer of Northumberland; George,
fifth tiUke of Northumberland; Laiiy
Palme-stou, Charles Dickens, Sir .lolm
llerscl ell, t.'corge (i rote. Sir George Pol
lock, 1 ord I.ytton, Dr. Livit::,-st:me,Sir W.
Slcrnti lie ien:u:t. Sir t.'liai 1. s Lyeil, Bish
op Ti.i: Iwcll, Lady Aiiu'iistaSt anlcy. Lord
Henry Percy, Sirtiiilw rt Scot t. Lord Law
rence, Sir Bowl.m.l Hill, D.-.m Stanley,
Mr. St 1 1 et, Darwin, William Spottiswoode,
Lady Louisa Percy, Archi isiiop Trench,
Brown tig and Lord Tvnny.-on. The Per
cys da m a prescriptive right, to lx hiirk J
in Westminster abbev. London Tit Bits.
(old' milh's fame was grafted upon a
boyhoo 1 of v. belly uii v.';, Izetl capabili
ties. ' Never was so a boy," was the
report of the it lative who lirst undertook
to teach him hi.; letters. At every school
wu hea - of th-j "inspired idiot" of the fu
ture a.- a "shy, thii:k. awkward bor," the
constai t bttit of his companions, by whom
he was thought to be "little better than a
fool." Johnson describes (ioldsmith as "a
plant that tlo-.vert late," and even during
the for.r years of his college course few
signs of genius were discoverable. But
however late the flower, the root was there,
ami of (Ioldsmith it may be sud in a spe
cial sense that t hen hihl "was father of the
man. Louden Stau.lard.
I'ossihiliiie of the i'ett.
If, it stead of the cramping imprison
ment f boots and shoes, the foot from
infancy were aUowed a free and natural
develop neiit, it may be questioned
whether, under such conditions.it might
not be rendered capable of performing
other ft netiens besides those of locomo
tion aue sustaining the weight of the body.
Certain at least it is that some unlucky
mortals born without arms have managed
to use .t knife, fork, spoon, pen, paint
brush, i nd even a violin bow. Pall Mall
HearJ In an Electric Car.
First Lady Yes, she has made a terrible
test of I iy affection for her!
Second Ditto Cruel thyig; what is it?
"She has sent up from Beverly for me to
get her ten yards of galloon, leaving it op
tional with me to get a twelve yard piece.
Whichever way I choose it will probably
make s rained relations between us for
ever." Boston Transcript.
A Wealthy Itrggar of Rome.
In Rome there is much talk about an old
beggar who used to frequent the doors of
the Church of the Minerva, and who.dying
lately, v as found to be possessed of 100,000
francs, which he had left by a properly
drawn up will to his three children, who
were completely ignorant of their father's
wealth. London News.
It is said that diamonds especially the
class kn wn as "rosediainonds" are likely
to explode if subjected only to what would
seem a very ordinary degree of heat, such
as strong rays from the sun.
You nay have the courage to fight, but
you must slowly learn to use the sword
while there is no need for it, or when the
enemy appears you will be worsted.
The Eoyal Amateur Orchestral society
is one of the most noted organizations. It
is under the leadership of the Duke of Ed
inburgh . who plays first violin.
Possible purchasers of electrical machines
producii g results at all extraordinary are
advised jo consult an expert electrician be
fore ven' uring their money.
The Turkish turban came in during the
reign of John of France. It was some
times th -ee feet high and as big as a barrel.
j Luui'sii Schoolmaster.
Ask lit any of the scholastic n.'jencirs if
you wish to ascertain the Mate of the mar
ket in the supply of schoolmasters. The
market is positively glutted. There ure
twenty ill dressed, stooping, failed wretches
panting for every assistant mastership at
fifty pounds a year, nonresident, or twenty
pounds, resident. And, remember, on such
a pittance the poor fellows have to "keep
up a position!" They inn t tlu-ss as gentle
men, live more or less like gentlemen, on
the wages of an omnibus driver. Hut they
have taken up the profession thev have
qualified for by years of laborious, half di
Thev could not mve an omnibus if they
would. Who would trust a horse in their
hands? They could not uien.l ll:e roads iu
spite of an Oxford bachelor degree. Who
would select the paie, narrow chested
scholar among the g;im's of sturdy labor
ers who clamor for work, and si vie them
selves sometimes justly, poor fi-llows
unemployed? Nobody of course. London
He l'rffcrrril to Stunt!.
A tall, well built man, dressed in the
itest London style, entered a Broadway
ir at Thirtieth street the other morning,
e was accompanied by a young woman,
ho was also dressed in the lick-hf of
style from the English point of view. No
body understood at Cist why the man
ili.lit'f cit .l,tvt-n rritot..k i-.te t!,1i,tr,.f
i.l. wr, WU.'.'U. ...... I I'lt-ULJ vil. Itnfttl,
but he remained standing in front of his
companion nnd looked down at her as they
talked. Presently he put up his hand to
grasp a snap, men toe passengers real
ized why he had remained standing. A
1 t .. . 11 l
eiy oioau, ii.it, goiu ring encircieu u,t
r !... i. ..t.i ..i..f. i
uiiiooi tue iittuo iieio iticiL. ana it was
plain view of at least half I he passengers
the car. He remained in that altitude
nt il the car reached Fourteenth street.
hen he and his companion disembarked.
New York S;;u.
Jolmii?e ltrotibt a Steak.
One day Johnnie's mamma snt him to
the meat market to get a sirloin steak,
lo'niaiie soon came back and told his
mamma that the man had only shoulder
:nd round steak. His mamma told him
she ditl i: ot want a round steak, but that
lie might get a shoulder st;.'i!:. The little
ellow ran olT, feeling very proud to be in
trusted with the errand, and sorn e.-tin,'
back ami handed his nrbther the steak,
saying. "Here is the steak, mamma, but I
rgot whet her you saai ellxnv or arm."
Suathine in tie Eoutr.
"I'm weary with wcrk," thijjrod wife g'gbed;
"But Hftcr a!!,"he said,
"It's swoet to labor for those we love
No wonder that miUlt will wed."
A wise housewife Pghtens her toil and g'Htldene
the home circle by her cheerfulness. Put health
is the first nqaisitn, and h.T ju.-t prerogative.
Health follows the n?e ot Pr. Tierce's Favorite
Prescription, which repairs the ravages caused
by thofe peculiar dicaei which afflict woman
kind. It enriches the blood, cures the co;'gh. In
creases t.:e flesh, prevent hysteria, nervousness.
and lo spirits, and is a very foil it tin o hoilth
to women, yonrg a-tlold. Satisfact'on, or th 3
price ($1.00) refunded. Of drugi-is.
There are titles of various kinds, of
course, some of hich do not exist ia this
free and enlightened country, although it
may be doubted if a flood many Americans
have not just as great a fondness for them
as those les fortunate people reared under
aristocratic conditions. But the titles of
books, not of men, is a subject of consider
able diversity and interest. One can no
more imagine a bcok without a title than
a man without a name; we should have to
call it or him something, if only Nemo.
Kuri hermore, an attractive title is as de
sirable as an impressive name. A great
book, like a great man. miht rejoice in
beiiii,' called ".John Smith," but it would
plainly be somewhat handicapped in its
appeal to public attention. Providence
Among; the thousands of testimonials
if cures by Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure,
is thet of Nathan Allisons, a well-known
ci'izen of Glen Ilock. Pa , who for years
hsiil shortnfss of breath, sleeplessness,
phin in left side, shoulders, smothering
-pell?, ttc; one bottle of Dr. Miles' New
Hehrt Cute and one box of Nerve and
Liver Pills, cund h'm. Peter Jaquet
Salt m, N. J., is another wjtni ss, who for
twenty years suffered with beart disease,
was pronounced incurable by physicians,
dt alb. stared him in the face, could not
tie down for fear of sino'.herine to death
Immediately af'er using the New Cure
he felt better and could he down and
sleep all eight, and is now a well man-.
The JSew Cure is EOld, also free book, by
H .Hz & Bahcsen.
A Great Benefactor
''Educators ure certainly the greatest
benefactors of the race, and after reading
Dr. Franklin Milts' popular work9 can
cot help declaring him to be among the
most entertaining and educating authors.
New York Daily. Be is not a strarjger
to cur readers, as his advertisements ap
pear in our columns in every issue calling
attention to the fact that bis elegant
woik on N' rvous and Heart Diseases is
distributed free by our enterprising drug
cists. Hartz & Bahcsen. Trial bottles of
Dr. Miles' Nervine are given away; also
bock of testimonials showing that it is
uneqnaled for nervous prostration, head
ache, poor memory, d eztness, sleepless
ncss, nf uralgia, bysteria, fl's, epilepsy.
Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills.
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billiousness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, wotnen, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
cetit3. Sam Dies free at Hartz & Bahn
sen's. What the Hon. Oeorge G. Vest says in
egard to the superiority of the Hirch
berg's diamond and non-chaDgeable spec
tacle "I am using glasses which I purchased
from Prof. Hirechberg and they are the
best I ever tried; it affords me great
pleasure to recommend Prof. Hirechberg
as an excellent optician, and his glassei
arc simply unequalled in my experience
Q. O. Vest.'
These spectacles are for sale by T. H
Thomas airent frr Hock Island.
Fm All fits stopped free by Dr.
Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No flu
after the first day's use. Marvelous
cures. Treatise snd $2 trial bottle free to
fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa. For sale by all
Qruggists; call on yours.
?iie all Testier
To the Efficacy
Tfco old-time Gtmiito
1 remedy from the Gacnrfa
piy ewampa oad Held h.-.s
gene forth to tlso antipodes,
astoaishuurtho skeptical and
il TlVa! ifl 'litvuii uuij wit, i:it-uixt-j ui
'J $ k5 thosewho depend solely on tho
fUJOiVlUU BBklUi 1U.CU 1' i UJUU.
taint which ltdoesnot Immediate!.-
r;?twl!cate. Poison outwardly absorbed or tta
ro3utt of vile dlseaEes from within all yield to this
potent but simple remedy. It is an nuctiur.le I
t'-nlc, buildsuptho old and feeble, eurea all dias-.gc
arising from impure blood or weakened vitalitr.
.'end for a treatise. Examine the proof.
Bookf on Blood and Sain Diseases znaUetl rred,
JhnifKiist Sell It.
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Drawer a. Atlanta. C-a.
oil CIiroE Diseases
Successful v Treated Upon the
Latest Scientific Frinciples.
No Experiments or Fal?e R prese ta
tions. Consultation, Examination
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At Harper House Saturday,
H jS hrd years of ex; erier.ee in the larzost ho.pi
t tl in the country and is a irrsd'JMC or several of
the best colleges in tie Unitid S.fs. an 1 his
jo t returned from a t urof the largest hofp.til
In Eurcpe. wiifie he ha? b ea studt in? tie la'tst
ana most improved method of tre;i:iiiK the dis
eases of hich he m ikes a speciilry.
iie iiu- nail years o; t xiierien.e prior to hi
Enrop.in trip, and is wcli Kmntn in lhia vicln tr
as he tins cure 1 hundred in voiir ci'y and vicin
ity, in the tv t three e:ir. lie takes no incur
able di eases, hut hasenred huntire s win have
been (iven up as ii cuo.b. by I h .i1 physicians.
Acute t no chroric catarrh." chr inc diarrhoea,
painful or suppressed menstrua! on. hitltination
of the womb, iUla r iition of :he hladd -r. diabetes,
dyDcpiu, cnusiip;i;ion, kidney, miliary and
bladder trouMc. Hrtehfs disease, ta;e wjris,
cnxiked limb an 1 enlarged jonii-.club !o t.w tiite
swe ltnir. nervousness and ircneral deni'itv, impo
tency, leuc-rrlua. pimple', blotches, "cancer,
drop-y. gravel sleet, son. rrhiva, hj Urocele, hi art
disease, hxsnria. -t. Viiu cauce, li irlysis.
rheumatism. st ma. female weakct ss, etc.
All surjica t: eratior.s performed.
Knile) sy or Kts positively cured,
tiles cured i.ln ut pain" knife or canst ic.
B cod ai d fktr. diseases cured bv iu.ltrovtd and
never faiilr.sr reniedit!-
Eves t ros eyes cared in one niiunte ithont
pain. Weak. v.;.tt rv eyes, drop: ims; lt ls, jrranni
ated lit!, sore eyes of ai:y form, wii i hairs, cat
rrsct. false pupils, spcts, scum-, tuniiiii; In and
Ear Noss-c? sr.d deafness, ulceration, dis
charet", polypus, etc.
Nosu Nasal ca: rrh. poly ns cf the nose, pics
tic opt ra ion, etc. Mr. Waiter can absolutely
and pt rmaiie: tly cure anv case of catarrh that
everextt-ted. lie honestly believe he can show
a creator record o cases 1 1 catarrh cured than all
other physicians in the state.
Small tumors, cancers, warts, moles, etc., re
moved without acids, knife, pain or scar. New
Ladies That Hired'' feelire and all the female
weaknesses are nronii.t'y cured, Hloating. head
aches, nerious prostration, penctal uelnlUy,
sleeplessness, depression, indigestion, ovarian
troubles, inflammation and ulceration, falling and
displacements, spinal weakness, kldrey com
I laiuts. aud change of hr .
Oroanal Weakness Immedlatelv erred and
full vigor restored. This distress'nc affliction,
which renders life a burden and marriage impos
sible. Is the penalty paid hy the victim of impro
per indu'pence. The most chaste must acknow
ledge that the passions are tho great magnet by
which the who e world Is attracied. Uestroy
them and what have wer Man is no longer inter
ested In the opposite sex: the interc.iauge of that
blissful repose which now attracts and interests
the whole world eiins no longer: man ceases to
be what God made him; the world is no longer in
terestiogto him, and remorse and di nppr.intment
are his constant companions. Consult Dr. Walter
t once, and you will find the sympathy atd re
lief that jou positively require to be happy.
KetLcniber the date, and come early." as his
rooms are always crowded wherever he goes.
nr. n alter will return everv four weeks dur
Inir the year f Krirtr from two to four nz.
cf urine for chemical analysis.
Lyman P. Walter, M.
IT4S State St..Ch:ci?o.
Now is the Time
Only a few days letrto make
your purchases for the Holidays
and the place to go to get them
W. TREFZ & CO.
2011 Fourth Avenue,
Birkenfeld's Old FUnd.
-ALL KINDS Of-
Cast lion Work
done. A specialty of furnishing aL kinds
B 1 'as-
of Stores with Casting! a 8 eenta
ou been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done flrst-class.
NINTH 8T. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING 9 1. IS. i Propts.
They wash their clothes
tm&A if 1
.Ji Wm so
Tl?dt's whereby et
MADE ONLY BY
vt. iaP CTAC LE S i
J. B. ZIMMEB,
and Leader in Styl-s and workmanship, has receivel
FiiLL S'JOCK j, .Suitirjga and Overcoatings.
- alt. and leave yourorder.
3rR Block Opposite Harper HorsE. f
KgTry our brand of SMOKSIl MHiTS.
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone Ne. 1103. 1700 Third A
First-class Hotel and Restauran Market Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
l3fGood Rooms by day or night.
WM. GLASS, Proprietor
A. BLACKS ALL ,
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Seat. Flme Shoes a pecilt. Hwlrtagdone eeatlj and promptly.
A share .f ytorpatroBtge refpectfnlly icjeited.
1613 8ccond A.Venu. Rock Island, TX
I bar just received and oiler at my nsuil popa'.ar prices toe largest and best selected fUi &
Plush and Leather fancy articles: Toys of every description. Bockln horses and sleds. A
selected stock ot Decorated Chlnaware, China and Bisque dolls.
MRS. C. MITSCH'S. 1314 Third Ave .
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and. Builder.
Office and Shop Corner SeTenVoenth 8V. TJ T.I.-.
IWAll kinds of carpenter work a specialty. Flans and estimate for all kinds of bnllalc
' furnished on application.
SEIVEES & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing done on short notice and satur action guaranteed.
OfflcVtaal Ekm 721 Twelfth Street. . KOCK IS1AHD.
4i Tlui 3t f
PROTECT YOUR EYES
MR. II. HIRSCHPrcr
The well-known optirian o? t;S(.i,T,
a. vut. 1 1 u arm wnve (. M f.n .
at tmlnled T ft. Tl,.. .. ... . . '
celt bra-ed Dlaror nd iwctw'i r.1'
Eias-e;", ana io lor u;s Dim,,,, yi
The Klasfes are the vrtu;, .;'..
contraction of ine Lvlp a pT-,r?-
Glu-re never La.t to cLuiii t iL-k- Vv?
1 1 viaj i try rs, buu nrrv t'A T T '
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theejer no in&tter how or frcra'rhr.l ;!J
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with ft new pair of c frt (,f ,.,
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of the tTett?nrior;:;. .,'f then , 1.13
uvtrr uuy ami an oinem v.uw in ti-t 'r r.
and examine the fame ut T.1I. i traj
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