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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1893.
THE TBATELEKS GUIDE.
CHICaOO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC KAILr
way rpoteorne Fifth averse ud TMr.y
Cm --rc-l. Fratk 11. Piommer, agent.
-occcii Binfis M-aoeso-1
t Dt Express . f J 1 : em 4 :A am
Iscsae City Day Expree... pse 6:li ia
Bs:-etoB Express I l:-ipm 2:18 pm
Omaha fcapre. '. 45 im " . rs pm
Umttn and Denver VeU-
bme Express ( 3 45 am 3r2! am
Eicw i u L.tnited ... : :) aio "11 :'"' pm
Stun-Roc I.'md Expres- ; 5:30 pm am
St. Paul V inritapoiift. .., :1T aiu 8:f5 pm
Kan City a-d M Joe. ... t :W arn s :.'i5 pm
l Mom., 0:nha & L'n-1 !
coin f i t:40 am 10 ifl pm
DailT. i-!ie eat. TUo.nr west. ,APg!1
mu !oet;n? fa- ie rt'femirl a: Davenfort
andtaknto Ch;cMo(i.y br ti ! '.D. Ths
car i re.d for ntvn;a-c at p. m 'or reser
vation cl erth. tickets, etc., telepbore :tK3
Rock I- and. or apply at dpoi.
F. n.PLCHNta. .srt.
I- M. Alli. ;g a. Ag-t. Prss Dept. t?,-n;-rt.
BCRLINT0N RurTK-C B. A V. HAIL
war Depot Pir. avenue and 6iti-b tx.
YL.l. TouDiT, aaest.
t. tca: azrea
... o an 7 4fl pa
T j pn. i a n
. . . pit 7 56 a a
7 :V an. 6 : nro
W sm 5: 5 pm
C ' ct iiursts
ft Paoi r;re
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAI L KAIL
way Rc;ne A Southwestern D::or De
pot Twer t'etfc a'.rael. between Fir" aci ""ecocl
avenue. E. D. W. Holmes, airent.
LbaiB ' A kbit
tla:: and Kxpres
K. Paoj Kxpr-s. I
fr. c-nmm-viation . . I
4 4 J ittt 114- an
:4 r 0 in
ROCK ISLAND PfcORIA RAILWAY DB
pot F'.rst aTenna and Twentieth a-.reet
H. Rockwell, Agent.
2:.i pm 1 : pni
trid arc 3 0 ;s.
4 :0C om a-l
Paat Mali Kxprvea
Oahie Accommodation.. .
BCRLINJiTON, C EDAR RAPIDS NxRTH
era rar' way. depot f-vrt of Braiiy !rett.laT
enpon. J.K.Hanntn, Gco.T'k't & Pa Aeent
favnpor: Train. ' t-ave. ; Arrive.
Ha.i;er i:V pm blO 4am
FrelHt i bl 00 am M1:I5 i m
Leare Wet Darenport.
Wea' L '-grty Tr'n
Frcmht... '. .....
Sor.h. :S--iith .
7 tsTrn lii:spn
a:4 1 ; m a4 c
'i 4 am
tt :tS pm ti:''K:m
aDdiJy. hji'y except Sun ly. tvjo.n; cor:h.
ioir ir fcoath and ea.t
M09T DTKBCT BOCTB TO THE
East. South and Southeast.
4 :33 pm
4 :H pm
L. Rock Ii'.and.
6 Ah am
. . . . i v ..VI mm.
. . . . i 10 :S ami
....'11 :1S am'
. 8:4 pm
. 4 'DC pm
. I S:!V pm'
.' 8:V) pm
. 6:53 pm:
. 1:2" am
. 73" pm.
. U :00 pm'
12 06 n't
10 :00 pm
f : si
!.. Peoria ... .
At. Rock I'lir.'l
10:10 am 3 :50 pm
1 :S pm 7:06 pm
Aecommotla'.lor. train leare Ro-k la'.and at
:0Ua. m. ani 6.30 p. m: arr.e at Peoria 8:50 p.
m. and 1 :15 a. m. Leare Peouta 6:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m and 1:K
All train? nn daily except Sundaj .
Ail paen.jr tra;na arri.i; ani depart Cnioc
Free Ciairc-on Fan Exprea otween Rock
Ialond and Peoria, both direction.
Tnroayn t!e'4 to all point ; bacaje decked
tbrooith to deination.
L. Roci Iia-.d
Arr. Revno di . ..
6.2 am 1S0 pm
7 . n 1.45 pm
. '.51 am 4.00 om
a. B. SUDLOW,
. Ave' t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE i-AST.
Beat Dining Car Service in the World.
The Ilock Islurstl is furrniorst in
atlontinpanv ail vantage calculated
to improve sjmm-cI anil give that lux
ury, safety anil comfort that popular
patronage demands, its equipment
;ji thoroughly complete with vesti-
buleu trains, magnifieent ilinin"-
cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
raitlif ul and capable management
aim pome, nonest service irom em
ployes are important items. They
are a double duty to the company
nd to travelers and it is sometimes
a task dillicult of accomplishment
rassengers on this line will iind little
cause for complaint on that ground.
The Great Kock Island Uoute runs all
regular trains to Englcwood subur
ban station, close to World's Fair
jrroit and vtui can save time and
trouble by getting oft at that point
i ; i . i - if .i .
inu avoiu tue crowu in me city.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket omce in the united Stater,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
mv.i Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111
E. John, Gcn'l Mgr. Chicago 111.
iiT'r ?6 Tm1 imi'j
THAT MAKES GOOD BLOOD
Win cosr-r:y ch
in thr5 moctLs" til
coari ii fp throuk.-h yot
and iwrToa. re et
e the IMood fn yonr rrra
i. and fw-nd mv, rich biood
r vui. If vou feel exhausted
tine thfn and all run down-.
Vine, which u a tocfc and not
re yen to health and rrvr.(rth.
Toardaoehr. It la tb hett
Moiber. n it f.-r
womw. It etirirh
BHiEsnh. It is pn-r
eotTy, and a!l bucui
bOid by 4 ilmrg1
or for a ajimiira pocuilar to
the bUtod and elT-a la-tre
oi to core DlarrbfPa, !)-
Mrr LompiajXaia, aAa itoep u.e
i for $1 per bottle-
ook's Cotton Root
A recent d'.jcovery b an o"d
1 byician succefnKy ced
i oatb:y by thon.anda of ia-
it. Ia the on'.y perfectly
fe and rei:able med'eint
iicovered. Beware of on
I rir.c:iled Crcceii-a who of
fer inferior medicin in nlace of thi. Ak foi
CooB'a Cottos Ho(n C'ohpocsd, take no uh: i
tate, or irclo tl arte cent in postage in letter,
and we wi.I penl. -d. by r,tnrn mail Fuji
aealed par.ico:a.- in plain etiTei .pe, to lad:e
only, i aiap Add n -
PO -D LILLY CCVPANT.
No. s F'aner Block, Detrou Mich.
9o'd !n Kock I-iai( by Var-ha 1 A Fiabct. Ha
per Hooe. Harz A t aun-cn 2-Kb atreet and 80
aTf.. and dru."-- evvvtinT-'
iitr.e r l.na-Office in Miicbeil A
Lynat ne Mo k
frn-y -t i.i.w-oic in Rock I "'.and
National L.ink b 11 idin k. Hoc Irland, 1;1.
E. D. S-WEE-XV.
C. L. WALK I B.
S WEEKLY WALKER.
office 111 HiT.;noa block. Rock Ialand. TU.
C.4.MitL!. S. W. hCAELC.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
At mrn -v nni 4'waBi-rllrr at l,iw
nd s, iri'or- in CDnnctrv; offce Biifora's
block. Ruck lUnrf
McENIRY & McENIRY.
Atcorns'M tiff Lt w-Loiii money on pood
erari:v. make roliertion Rit,rpnr
Mitchell A Lvr.il. riLolifm nfttm In PiMtr.(fir.
S W. ODELL,
Allarney Bt L.aw Formerly of Port Byron,
and darln? the Dirt two Tear with th Arm nf
Browuine A Entriken at Moline. baa now noem-rt
an office in t be Aad'.urinm baiidlcg. room 5, at
R, M. PEARCE.
toom C in M ltche.l ft Lynde'a new block
DR. J, E. HAKKTHORKE,
Teetta extracted without pais by the new
No 1716 Second a-eane. over Kr.ll t Math.
vl.trbel' & Lynde's Block. Rooms 26-31
Edwaed L. Hamxati. Clabk H. Bupobo.
HA MM ATT & BUFORD.
ARf'HITECrs, Rock Island, 111. Offlce-Koom
41. Mitchell k Lyade building.
GEO. P. STAUDTJHAR
Plans and eapcrin endence for all claa ot
tt iomi 53 and 55, Mitcnell A Lyode baildint
DR. W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
pccial attention git en to d eie of the Eye
Office and residence :H2 Twentieth :reet.
Office hours: 10 to :a . a to 4 and 7 to 8
P. . Telephone No. 1M.
Physician and Surgeon,
1134 Th mi Ave.,
Telephone 1270. Hock Island, III.
Office Hour : 10 a. m. to 12 m., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J. R. Hollowbnsh, M. 7, Geo. E, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH HOLLOWBUSH
Dhysioians akd 3r;RQKoN8,
Office 40H!Srd n. Telephone 1065
oppi ;i oouna:
Dr. Barth 1 Dr. Uollowbnsh
0 to 10 a. m. 10 to 12 a. m.
ltoxand" tobp.m. to 5 and 7 1 8 p. m.
DR. CHAS. 21. ROEIIf SON
Eye, Ear, N3se and Throat
Office McCuIlough Building, lil W. 3d St.
Hoars : 9 to 11 am : 1 to 4 Dm.
i. F. Mtbbs, M. D. Gbo. W. Whiilxb, M. D.
DRS. MYER3 & WHEELER,
ratrrry and U ( or Wnanen
Office orer Erell ft I4ath'a. Telephone 1148.
DB.HTSBA. I DR. WBBBLBB.
11 to lu m. I 8 to 10 a.m.
to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. 1 1 to 3 and 7 to p. m
lies, telephone 1AW. Kaa. telephone. U9C.
The Tikinc Ship.
The New Yorker who tailed to see the
Viking daring the few days'1 that the gal
lant little Tessl was lying or cruising ia
tbe wau-rs of the harbor missed a sight
that it would be almost worth while to go
to Chicago to see. To those with a fair
idea of what g.M boatbuilding requires
the lines of th Viking are said to have
been very sati-f-ctory, and the soundness
of their juilmmt is established by the
achievement of the vessel in crossing the
Atlantic ajrainst unfavorable winds, sound
and safe as an ocean going steamer. But
even to one with no claims to expert knowl
edi?e the vessel is very beautiful. It i easy
to see in ter the justification of her chief
officer's proud remark, when asked if she
did not ship water over her open sides:
"Na Her model is so perfect, her lines so
fine" here he made a sweeping gesture
with both bands, illustrating the lines
'that she wishes all the time to be on top."
But what impresses the ordinary observer
is tbe courage of their conviction shown by
the crew of a dozen modern Norsemen,
who, persuaded that the original on which
the Viking was modeled was seaworthy,
and that what their ancestors had done
they could do, took this little vessel, with
out a deck, with a broad oar for a rudder,
with a sine'e mast and sail, with no room
aboard toswins; a hammock, and barely
sufficient to store the needed supplies, and
sailed her over the course that they be
lieved the ancient Norsemen had sailed with
a like craft centuries before the discovery
which all the world is celebrating at Chi
cago. That is a wriking and splendid way
of arguing a disputed question in history.
No one aft or this can say that the Norse-'
men could not have reached the shon-s of
America on the vessels then known. Har
A Rit r Arrant Kunkji.Ki.
A noticeable feature of the aii-Iomania
which prevails ia New York is the employ
ment of cockney attendants by st.ine of the
prominent clubs. They have managed to
surronnd the admission of an unintroduced
stranger to the club precincts with an
amount of ceremony that would suffice for
the vestibule of the grand liama. A gen
tleman from Philadelphia called to see a
friend who is a member of one of the up
"Is Mr. F. in?"' he asked of the brass
buttoned flunky who sat in an elaborately
upholstered armchair near the doorway.
"Hi cawn't say, sir."
"Can't you find out?"
"Hi was not 'ired to make hinquiries of
"Can I go up stairs and find out for my
"My borders is, see that no strangers goes
"Has the club any suierintendent?"
"Hit 'as, but e's Lout."
"Well, what does a stranger do who wants
to see a member?"
" 'E waits until a memlier of the 'ouse
committee comes, or 'e calls again."
"Perhaps you'd condescend to take my
card and give it to Mr. F. when you see
"Hit's not my place. Hi'm not conde
scendin to nothink."
Whereupon the exasperated caller made
Lis final appeal:
"Can I sit down on the curbstone outside
and rest myself awhile?"
"Yon can bask the porter; e's a good 'arted
chap, an perhajw there'll be no hobjection."
New York Times.
Price of Stradivarina Violin.
A Stradivarius violin was sold the other
day for 9tfO. that being the highest price
yet secured for a fiddle in theanction room.
This fact has caused some inquiry to be
made into the rapid rise in the value of the
violins of the great Cremona maker, whose
workshop Mr. Edgar Bundy has so graph
ically depicted in a painting in the Royal
Academy exh Viition. It seems that a fine
"Strad" was sold in lOo for 1i0, but by
1S5", when the late James Gouing's collec
tion was brought to the hammer ftt Chris
tie's, aStrudivarius violin fetched iOO.aud
a viola by the same maker i2l2.
In ls72 a "Strati," since rechristened by
its fortunate owner "The Emperor," real
ized iSUO at the sale of t he collection of Mr.
Gillott, the penmaker, and it would prob
ably not now be parted with for four times
that amount. The auction price of a
"Strad" has since reached iisijo, and it is
quite possible that before the present cen
tury is over the sum will pass into four fig
ures, while the price at the fiddle fancier's
is already a good deal higher.
It seems that the increase of cost is due
partly to the demand for old violins from
the United States, partly to the wish of
every violinist of note to possess at least
one example of the famous maker. Dr.
Joachim, for instance, has three. London
Decline of I'rofsnlty.
The habit of swearing is dying out. It
was within the memory of those who do not
not like to think themselves old very com
mon. I have heard on what I nni sure is
trustworthy authority of a clergyman of
the last generation, who, summoned to
breakfast while at his morning devotions,
turned upon the unfortunate messenger
with theexclamation: " you! Howdare
you interrupt my prayers!" Much less ex
treme instances are known to many of us
which would now be simply impossible.
Are we liecouiiiig more pious? That is
not the general impression. Is the fiber of
the race softening? That is often main
tained, but 1 do not think successfully.
The civil war is there to disprove it for
Americans at least. Or are we, as French
men and women did long ago, learning
more adequately to master the resources of
our own tongue aud becoming independent
of this crude and rather stupid to call it
nothing worse device? Century.
Ton Much For Him.
The tramp had struck the citizeu for a
small loan, and the citizen was sizing him
up as aa experiment.
"I've got a job for you," he said per
suasively. "What to do?"
"Git pay for it?"
"Is there much of it to do?"
"Twenty-four hours a day."
The tramp began to study up the propo
sition. "Do I get a rest on Sunday?" he asked
after a moment's thought.
"It's seven days in the week," explained
"Guess I don't want it," aud his tramp
Ehip moved off. Detroit Free Tress.
A reader who is blessed with a large fam
ily is a strict disciplinarian and never gives
in to a refractory child. She thinks spank
ing accomplishes all things. One day the
dessert was a pie which seemed small for
the number to be served, and she said, "Oh,
dear me, this pie won't go-round!"
"Spank it and make it go round," sang
ont a little voice from far down the table.
& Hill tea Fri-t da.
A friend in need is a friend indeed,
and not !ess than one million people
have found just such a friend in lr.
King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds. If you have
never used this great cough medi
cine, one trial will convince you thaf
it has wonderful curative powers in
all diseases of throat, chest and
lungs. Each bottle is guaranteed ti
do all that is claimed or money w ill
be refunded. Trial bottles at Hartz
& L'llenieyer's drug store. Large
bottles 5'e and tl.
We desire to :iy Vt our citizens
that' for years we have Wen selling
Dr. King's New Discovery for con
sumption. Dr. King's New Life pills.
Bucklin's Arnica salve, and Electric
bitters, anil have never handled rem
edies that sell as .veil, or that have
given such universal satisfaction.
We do not hesitate to guarantee them
every time, and we stand ready to
refund the purchaser's price, if satis
factory results do not follow their
use. these remedies have won their
great popularity on their merits..
liartz A: Lliemevcr. druggists.
BICKLEN S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
tions, and posi .ively wires piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Trice 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ulleniever
Verba and Sympathy.
"Mamma, I is so s'eepy."
"Not I is' my pet."
"Well, me is."
Mamma shakes her head wisely.
"Me me be?'J
Another negative shake.
' "Me me am?" doubtfully.
"No, 'I am' so sleepy."
"Am 00? Oo tome to bed too?"
Collapsus maurnus. Vogue.
erilt of Modern lif
Contact" with electric wires railioad acci
dents, broken car and eler-tor cable, explosions
of s'eam, natural ga and chemicala. poisons n
adnlt'-rated food and drink are a few; bet all
these dangers co 1. biced do not kill as rapidly as
slow and sure c nsumptioa. The death rate,
however, from cons, mpi ion. is beini yearly est
eown ftnee Dr. Fie-ce. f Buffalo. N. Y.. has
given tothe world hio ce'ebrated 'Gelc'ea Medi
c 1 Discovery," a cure for consumption and
throat and lurg troubles th .t lead "o conscmp-
t'on, if taken in time and irtn a fair trial. The
ti 1 e to cure consumption (which Is really noth
ing more or less than lung scrof ala. i in the
first staces A cough generally sounds the
alar -n. and you should take the "Discovery" at
once. There is a time hen It is too late.
When Baby was sick, we gm-v ur (.aatoria.
When he waa a Child, she cried for Castoria,
Wnen she became 3I, she clung to Castori.
When she had Children, she gare tbem Castori,
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people cced
to use it.
Children Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam w ill stop the cou"-b
at once 0
Children Cry for
3 TO 6 DAYS?
AH ABSOLUTE CURS FOfJS
WILL NOT OAiisa
0 ' lO PAIN NO STA.K.I
vrrai vTi. ..irt ic.
T H THOMAS Sol Acent
"If trotibledwith GonorrhnRB'
r Gleet, Whites.SperTORtorrhopal
For any unnatural disc hanrr-uk?i
fyour drucEist for a bottl n
I Bis: ti. It cures in a few rlar.
Jwithoutthonid or publicity oa
Iflortor. Non-poisonous and
I tmrtrnntped not to stricture.
1 Th Inieersal Amrriccr. 'jtrt.
.The Evans Cberaica! C
Is tlie Lest remedy for
all complaints peculiar
v t Tva'-"!
For sale in Rock Islan.l by Hartz &
makes no difference what kind. Using
gjeasy and inferior soaps is one road
to premature decay sore hands
sore hearts clothes never clean.
Not so when
is .used. Cheerfully proceeds the
labor of wash-day with health and
long life assured. Hands all right
hearts light clothes pure and white
as a Greenland snowdrift.
JAS. S. K1RK& CO.. Chicago.
Dnsaj Di?-H Tar Soap. Z?s223?
A. D. HUESING.
Represents, among other time-triei and well
known Fire Insurance Companies, the following:
Poyal Insurance Company, of Eueland.
Wesche-terFire Jna. Company, of N. Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Ccmpany, Bcffaio. N. Y.
Rochester German Ins Co.. hoc bps tor. N. T.
Citizens' lis Co., of Pitttburg, r.
Xun Fire Office, London.
Vnion Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. ew Ila-en. Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co.. MUwaujce.
German Fire Ins. Co- of Pecria, III.
Office Cor. lth St. and 2d Ave.
Rock Island, III.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVE LAND
Representing over 40 Million Doiltrs
of Cash assets
Fire. Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 21, Mitchell A Lynde'e block
tiock Island, Ills.
3r"Secure our rates; they will interest you.
J M. BUFORD,
General . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates aa low as any reliable company ran afiortt
Your Fatronaee is solicited.
Washes Everything from a line
silk handkerchief to a circus
tent; Lace curtains a specialty.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. 5c L. J. PARKER,
Telephone No. 1314
v risi n
a w- '
A XEDICAL BOOK worth
PQLLAES. sent for 10 cent.? in
tl Per Bottle at Drngzi.-ts.
50c. Trial Size sent by mail.
Letters for advice Marked
"Connltii Department " are
seen by our physicians only.
ZOt-fHOKt MEDtCME co,
H. G. Colman. See'y.
eitnersex catiet ov over
oplun: or ?t!n:U.ant. tr.,. ,: .-- 1
. ;rann. Can hec Ttedin Ten r--.-i. i -
-r-. -ti. With a or. . w etT a w rt i .i;,!-:.-
Av...rva NEKVE El.fO, Jta--...c :.
Ullmeycr. druggist. 3"1 12iU
STATE SAVINGS BAR,
Office Corner Fifteen, ch street and Ti.rc Att
Succeeds the Molme SaTicra bata. or;i; ak'js
5 PcrCEM 15TEEEST .'AID OS HEME.
Organ: red older State Law.
Open from 9 a. ra. to 8 o m., and Wer.eiii
Saturday nights fromTto x
B. A. aibswobth,
I. F. Hebsxwat.
- . Ps? let-.
- - u-
Porter Skinner. W. W. W
C.A.Rose, H. A. A'r.'w--
G. H. Edwards. w. H. Ai--'
Andrew Frtberff, ' F. neei-.T.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for pmrate parties in. tie ririei r
spot of the west by tte
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA
E. W. Dabt. President,
J. S. Dabt Ca.--.w-.
Mitchell ft Lynde. Bankers.
J. F. Robinson, Cashier Rock I:iLd Na::;ii
C. C. Carter, v. D.
Henry Dart's Sons, Wboiesa.e iroti.
C(orncr Cottage Grove avenne aiid s:-v ' ::'
street. in!y 5 minutes from wor'.ii's "
Superior diiii g room; elevated rsi ros ':.
Now open. Rates moderate. Esropei:.
Wj.X. Psloc-e. S ;
Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. New York r
Refitted and renovated nnier new m::s :vaci'..
on the Europenn pln.
Room rates $1 a day and upward .
Restaurant equal 16 the best in the c:tv a.:;
ftreet cars from all It. R. stations arrl t;
boat and ferry landings pass tte dxr.
HILDRETU 4 ALLEN. Ft; V
World's Fair. Chicaco.
Calumet Amneand Zh r-t---
Firvprwf; J44 room; near rair
ununa; natns n every
m aa. bbb, men can and European i
noteL Write fur circular.
he PULLMAN HOTEL
SSlh Su and V. ashineion Ave.
Three blocks from main entr.-.!:.
Best of K. K. and street car wrvi.e.
First-class cafe. RatessSl to ftr
ueraou, w nte lot circular.
" 8 .-. " i
' Tiii ' i i
MuiuugQ, ociatica, ii
Kidney Complaints, rt
v Lame Back. &c. . tl
DR. SAMDEM'S ELECTRIC BUT
Wtt Electro-Magnetic SUSPENSORY.
unirtaui Utt 1-a.r.Trmrat 1
win ear. without nnltcin. all Tnti rrmi tmir '"-a
PTT-tAXAtion ot braio nerr. forcr.; nraMur iniis
crfltion, a. nerrona debility. mivepwmacuB. lan- r
rMamattam. kidney, lier ud bladder corny::.
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