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COLUMBIA, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 198.
NEWS AND COMMENT.
CASsiua M. Clay has
granted an absolute divorce
his child wife.
The Democrats, Populists and
SilVer Republicans of Colorado
agreed upon a fusion ticket Hatur
day. The battleships Oregon and Iowa
will be sent to San Francisco, leav
ing New York about the end of this
The Spanish Senate last Saturday
adopted the Hispano-American
peace protocol by a sitting and
Advices to the London Times
say that about (WO men, women
and children were cither burned
alive or massacred in an outbreak in
the Island of Crete last week.
A report from Madrid says that
the Spaniards sunk five vessels be
longing to the Philippine insur
gents, and that it is believed that
hundreds of the Insurgents perished.
Uwino to the great amount of
sickness among the troops, Gen
Miles' parade of soldiers througi
New York, which was announced to
occur to-morrow, has been abau
Col. James A. Sexton, of Chica
go, was chosen Commander-in-Chief
of the Q A. R. encampment
at Cincinnati last week. The en
campment will meet next year at
Gen. Miles has Issued peremptory
orders for the removal of all troops
from Montauk Point as rapidly as
possible. Secretary Alger's plan for
a permanent camp at Camp Mon
tauk seems to have sprung a sea
valve. Maj.-Qen. Brooke declares he is
not responsible for the hospital con
ditions at Chickamauga. The loca
tion was not of his selection. Oen.
Brooke says when ho left th9 camp,
July 20, but 4 per cent, of the sol
diers were sick.
The Emperor of China has issued
an imperial edict, announcing that
he has no further need of the servi
ces of Li Hung Chang, the great
statesman, as a Minister of the For
eign office. No reasons for his dis
missal were given.
American troops at Manila are
kept in barracks under arms ready
for action at a moment's notice to
suppress trouble among the natives.
Aguinaldo made a triumphal entry
Saturday into Malolos, which he has
made the capital of his Government.
Thomas H. Wheeler, son of
Maj.-Gen. Joseph Wheeler, and
Lieut. Kirkpatrick, were drowned
while bathing in the surf at Mon
tauk Point last week. Young Wheel
er was a member of his father's
6tatT, and accompauied him during
the Santiago campaign.
The Hawaiian Annexation Com
mittee has decided to recommend to
Congress that our new possession be
named the "Territory of Hawaii.''
The island's government will be
modeled after that of our territories
at home, and the ultimate possibili
ty of Statehood will not be barred.
The G. A. R. Encampment atCin
cinnati adopted strong resolutions
against Pension Commissioner H.
Clay Evans for his manner of con
ducting the affairs of the Pension
office. It appears that the Commis
sioner has no been prompt enough
in grantimg a pension to everybody
who made application.
Damages for $7,000 were assessed
against the Cumberland Telephone
& Telegraph Company and the cor
poration of Franklin last Saturday
by the Williamson County Circuit
Court, in favor of Mrs. 8. 8. House,
who was injured last fall by step
ping into a hole on the sidewalk,
which the telephone company had
dug and left uncoveied.
Havana Is all astir with prepara
tions for the coming of the Ameri
cans. The arrival of the commis
sioners stands for American ideas,
American energy and impetus need
ed to make Havana a modern city.
The Havana people have unlimited
faith in the possibilities of the new
era, and talk of nothing else but the
great things they expect to see done
when the Americans come. Accord
ing to the Havana belief, a host of
hustling Americans will pour into
Havana on the heels of the com
missioners and magically transform
that medieval relic.
The Empress of Austria
OX A PUBLIC STREET OF GENEVA.
The AuxhxmIii, An Kalian Pat-Ulan. Ac-
conipllxhed tii I)e,l with a Small Fll
llmlulp It Cannot lie Executed for
Geneva, Sept. 10. The Empress of
Austria was assassinated about 2 o'
clock this afternoon as she was walk
ing from the Hotel Beaurivage,
wnere sue had been lunching, to the
steamboat dock, where she intended
taking a small steamer to go to Cas
tie Chillon, at Territet.
She was accompanied by only two
ladies of her suite, as she delights to
go about incognito.
As the impress was passing the
Brunswick monument a man rushed
at her and struck her a violent blow
in tne cnest, which knocked her to
the ground. The ladies of her suite
picked the Empress up and with the
aid of some passers by carried her to
the steamboat, while her assailant
ran swiftly away, chased by two
The Empress was unconscious,
and the captain of the steamer did
not wish to start his vessel, but the
ladies in-waiting insisted, not know
ing or thinking that her Majesty was
stabbed, but supposing she had only
been rudely knocked down, and the
steamer got under way.
After endeavoring for some time to
bring the Empress back to conscious
ness, the ladies in attendance were
horrified to discover a little stain of
blood on her under garments.
The boa, was hurriedly put about
and returned to the dock, and her
Majesty was carried on an improv
ised litter to the hotel.
Dr. Golay and the Mayor of Gene
va were quickly summoned, and
everything possible was done to save
r ranz Josef s wife, but she expired
at 3 o clock without regaining con
sciousness. An examination showed that she
had been stabbed to the heart with
a tnree-cornerea nie.
After dealing his death blow the
murderer ran along the Rue Alps,
but h is two pursuers never lost sight
of him, and finally closed in on him
and handed hiin over to a gendarme.
He proved to be an Italian anar
chist named Lucchani, from Paris,
and when taken into custody ex
"I have struck well; she must bo
dead. I purposely came to Geneva
to assassinate ner, and I am glad."
The Empress has been staying at
Montcaux, near Geneva, and had
just finished dining at the Hotel
Beaurivage when the villainous au
archist attacked her.
The Brunswick Monument is situ
ated on a broad plaza, and very few
people were near when the crime
was committed. The men who cap
tured the impress assailant were
waiting on their master at a distance
of 800 feet when they saw the Em
press struck down.
l ney Knew not wno sne was, Dut
lost no time in giving chase to the
cowardly scoundrel. They wi'l be
rewarded by the Government for
their capture. The greatest grief
and sympathy exists here for the be
The stretcher upon wnlcn the Km-
press was carried to the hotel was
hastily improvised with oars and
sail cloth. Doctors and p-lests were
immediately summoned, and a tele-
irram was sent to Emperor Francis
At the ponce station me assassin
declared that he was a "starving An
archist with no hatred for the poor,
but only for the rich." The police
on searching him found a document
showing he was born in Paris in 1873
and was an Italian soldier.
"The assassin, while being inter
rotrated by the magistrate, said he
came to Genevt with the intentioa
of killing the Due d'Orleans, but the
latter had already left. He declared
that it was only by accident he had
learned of the presence of the Aus
trian Empress in Geneva.
Daughter of a Bavarian Duke and Mother
of Three Children.
Vienna, Sept. 10. The empress of
Austria was born December 24, 1837.
She was a daughter of Duke Maxi
milian of Bavaria, and was married
to Francis Joseph, emperor of Am
tria and king of Hungary, April 24,
1854. They had three children, the
Archduchess Gisola, who is married
to Prince Luitpold of Bavaria; the
Archduke Rudolph, who married
Princess Stephanie of Belgium, and
who was (seemingly) assassinated
in 1889. and the Archduchess Maria
Valeria, who married the Archduke
Franz Salvador of Austria-Tuscany
CANNOT BE EXECUTED.
The Statute of the Geneva Canton
bill Capital PunlKliment.
Berne. Switzerland, Sept. 10. The
president of Switzerland, and other
monibers of the government were
stunned with horror and grief when
the news reached the palace that
the empress, so beloved by all Eu
roneans. had fallen a victim to an
assassin within the borders of their
country. They immediately ar
ranged to hold an extraordinary fed
eral council on Sunday morning, in
nrder to consider the measures to be
taken against the assassin. Thelat
tsr must be tried according to the
statutes of the canton in which th
crime whs committed, which forbid
capital punishment and make life
imprisonment the most severo pen
alty which can be imposed.
TO- M0 K RO W'S PRIM V It V.
It Will He an Important One Demo
crat Should He on Guard.
To-morrow, bntween the hours of
2 and 4 p. m., the Democrats will
hold a primary election in the vari
ous civil districts of this county, for
the purpose of selecting delegates to
attend a convention to meet in Co
lumbia next Monday, which will
nominate a candidate for State
Senator for the counties of Maury,
Lewis and Perry: a candidate for
floterial representative for the
counties of Lewis, Williamson,
Maury and Giles, and two represen
tatives for the county of Maury.
At 'he same time and places an
election will be held for the selec
tion of a new Democratic Executive
Committee for Maury County, to
serve for the next two years.
Thus it will be seen that the elec
tion is one of gteatest importance,
and every ueniocrat should be on
guard to see that none bui good men
It A It It hi: VINDICATED.
Investigating Committee Report a Con
ference Trial I'nneeemary.
Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 8. Sev
eral days ago Dr. J. A. Orman, pre
siding elder of the Murfreesboro di
tnct of the Methodist Episcopal
Church.South, upon his own motion
and by virture of the authority ves
ted in him by the church discipline
appointed a committee to investi
gate rumors that involved the moral
character of Dr. J. D. Barbep, book
agent of the publishing house of the
Methodist Episcopal Cnurch, South
These rumors grew out of the Meth
odist Publishing House claim mat
The committee met to day at Mc
Kendree church, and, after a session
lasting all day, gave out the follow
"The committee, after carefully and
prayerfully examining an trie tecti
mony in the case, unanimously report
ed a trial before the Tennessee Confer
ence, soon to meet, unnecessary, there
by vindicating the good name of Dr
This Is said to have been made to
head off the opposition in the Ten
THE PEACE COMMISSION.
senator George Gray, of Delaware, Ac
cept! Fifth IMace.
Washington. Sept. 9. Senator
George Gray, of Delaware, cousented
this morning to become the Demo
cratic member of the Peace Commis
sion. As announced to the French
Embassy, and by it transmitted to
M tdrid, the commission will com
Secretary or hiate William u.
Day, of Ohio, who is opposed to the
acquisition of all the islands of the
Senator (Justiman lv. Davis, an
Senator VV. r. b ryo, of Maine, who
favors the retention of the Philip
pines. Y hltelaw Held, of ew ork, who
favors the retention of the Philip
benator ueorge uray, who is op
posed to the acquisition of foreign
DEWEY NEEDS ASSISTANCE.
He Hun Asked For an Additional Cruller
and a Itattleshlp.
Manila, Sept. 12. Hear Admiral
Dewey says he considers the situa
Hon critical. It is understood he
has asked for an additional cruiser
and a battleship.
(jar-wood's Sarsaparilla for the blood
guaranteed to cure. A. B. Bains
Mr. Sam Mullenix came up from
Florence, Ala., Saturday, to se his
Miss Lola Scribner is spending a
few days with her sister Mrs. Den-
Sergt. Mullenix of the Third Ohio,
came up from Camp Wheeler at
Huntsville to see his sister Mrs.
Sam Mullenix. He returned to
MissEffle Holcomb has returned
from a visit to Pulaski.
Misses Nell and Louise Broderick
have returned to Nashville, after
visit to the Misses Friel.
Mrs. Robert Hogan and children
are at home again, after spending
the summer at rulaskl.
Miss Ella Smith has returned to
Lasea, after a visit to friends here
Little John Padgett entertained
quite a numberof his little friends on
Wednesday afternoon ot last week
Various games were indulged in,
after which delicious refreshments
Miss Meda Hagey
to Nashville, after a
visit to her
brother, Mr. Joe. Hagey
Mrs. Attie Holcomb, of Mallard
is visiting Mrs. Jas. Dowell.
Mrs. Irene ioung, little son
Almyr and sister Miss Sallie Hun
ter. of Nashville, spent a few day
last week with Mrs. Anne Young,
They are with relatives near Au
drews at present.
Mr. Will McClanahan a new cot
tatre has been completed, and adds
greatly to the looks of our part of
Mr. J. W. Wortham Das pur
chased a lot from Mr. L. D. Hoi
comb, and has begun to build
Miss Carrie Norris. of Centreville
was the guest of Mrs. Will Mc
Clanahan the first of the week.
THE PUBLISHING HOUSE CLAIM.
lilsliop Galloway Han
Word lo Say
St. Louis Christian Advocate
Editor Advocate In response
to many inquiries, and in order to
remove some possible misapprehen
sion, I feel constrained to make a
brief statement about the Publish
ing House War Claim:
1. The bishops of the church, at
their own instance, and with perfect
unanimity, have proposed, on stated
conditions, to take proper steps to
have tendered back to the United
States Government the money ap
propriated in payment of their claim
While reamrining its righteousness,
believing it to be a debt of honor
that should have been paid years
ago, we could not consent, so far as
our responsibility extends, for the
church to retain the money, if either
House of Congress arnrms it was ap
propriated on the misleading tate-
ments of our representatives. We
lelt as much assured then, as now,
that in making this formal tender,
we represented not ourselves alone.
but the overwhelming sentiment of
the entire church.
2. That action of the bishops has
been formally and officially com
municated to the Vice-President of
the United States, with the respect
ful request that he lay it before the
Senate and invite prompt action
3. The farther "steps promised,
in response to that solicited action
on the part of the Senate, the bish
ops are voluntarily and sacredly
pledged to take. To the absolute
fulfillment of that promise, the
church has felt no occasion for
4. Whatever may be necessary to
preserve the stainless honor of the
church, will assuredly and promptly
be done. But every step must be
taken legally and constitutionally.
Precipitate action would almost cer
tainly produce complications that
would delay final and honorable ad
6. Personally, I cannot commend
the wisdom of an immediate ses
gion of the Ueneral uonierance on
this matter. Still it may become
necessary : if so, I am sure the call
will be promptly issued.
6. Apart from lamented personali
ties that may have been indulged in
earnest discussion, the wide-spread
sensitiveness to any criticism upon
the stainless name of our church, is
occasion for great gratification.
Such godly lealousy will preserve
her perpetual purity. 'I here has
never been the slightest possibility
of the church s failure to do abso
lutely right in this whole matter
The question of money is nothing
when a vital moral principle is in
volved. Chas. is. Ualloway
A WAR EPISODE.
How an Old
Keb" Answered a North
In the camp at Falls Church, Va., are
a number of veterans wlio fought with
Siegel and with Sheridan in the Shen
andoah A'alley. Among the visitors
there recently was an otlieer of a West
ern regiment who took his wife along
with In in. At Hound Hill they hired a
vehicle for the ascent of the mountains.
It so happened that the driver of the
vehicle was one of Mosby's meu. As
the ollicer and his wife were being
driven along he indulged m manv
reminiscences of his experience in the
valley during the Civil war, pointing
out to her places about which he had
some particular remembrance.
"Do you see that hill right over there,
dear?" he said to his wife, pointing to
the place, sue nodded.
"V ell, my dear, right at the foot or
that hill is the very place where we
cooked our supper that night I have
been telling you aoout "
" l es," said the old graybeard driver,
turning around, "and that is the very
place where we'uns eat your supper."
"What, said tne union oinoer, "were
you one or that party of nebs that came
down on us 7"
"Yes, sir, I was one of them. We sat
up there on the top of the hill, and
watched you cooking that supper, and
when we tin unlit you had it done about
to our taste we came down to loin you
"Well, tell me, my friend," said the
Union ollicer, "where on earth did you
fellows come from? You must have
come up mighty sudden."
"Well, I'll answer your question,
stranger," said the old graybeard, "if
you'll clear up a mystery for me."
"Certainly; what is it?"
"Whar on earth did you fellows go to?
My idea at the time was that you
climbed up the inside of some tree"."
Republican Ticket Elected by a De
Portland, Mb., Sept. 12. The
State election resulted in the suc
cess of the Republican ticket as fol
lows: Governor, Lewellyn Powers, of
Congressmen, First District, Thos.
B. Reed, of Portland; Second Dis
trict, Nelson Dingley,of Lewiston;
Third District, Edwin C. Burleigh,
of Augusta ; Fourth District, Chas.
A. Boutelle, of Bangor.
A decrease of nearly 4,000 for the
Speaker of the House denoted a
decided lack of interest on the part
of his constituents. Returns at mid
night from 191 towns out of 430 indi
cate Gov. Powers' plurality at about
21,000 (loss of 21 per cent, and a
Democratic loss of only 6 per cent.)
The lower branch of the Legislature
will probably stand 133 Republicans
to 18 Democrats, a gain of twelve for
SENATOR HOAR TO BE HONORED.
Will Be Offered Ainba,orhip to the
Court of St. James.
Washington, Sept. 13. It is un
derstood that President McKinley
has decided to offer the post of Am
bassador to England, made vacant
by the appointment of Mr. Hay as
Secretary of State, to Senator Geo.
Report of the Investigating
THE SUK MERE ILL TREATED,
Ami There IVut a Great Deal of I'niieeeH-
ary Sutlering ami Many Death Reunit
ing From Lack of Proper Attention.
Camp Thomas, Ohickamauga
Park, Ga., Sept. 8. In its report
to Maj.-Gen. Breckinridge, the
Military Board appointed to investi
gate the alleged abuses at Camp
"The testimony herewith covers the
ground relative to the rare of the sick
so completely that we do not consider it
essential to comment extensively upon
it. There are, however, some features
regarding the management of the hos
pitals that we think demand especial
attention. There was a great deal ot
unnecessary suffering and many deaths
resulting from lack of proper attention
to the sick.
It is our unanimous opinion that the
basic causes for this unnecesary suffer
ing may be found in the principles gov
erning the management of a hospital of
i.i..,l t i, ... : l i ......
una n i nu. ib is uni uoucuivaoie liihi
men taken from the ranks promiscu
ously and with no previous prepara
tion, and put in charge of helpless biek
men, could do justice to them, and es
pecially so when forced to do so against
Can Find No Kxeuae For IV rone.
"The next cause for ill-treatment of
the sick in this hospital came from lack
of supplies of every nature. We can
hud no reasonable excuse for the lack
of supplies, which could have been
easily obtained, and were not, by those
responsible, and they should be held
"So far as the olTlcers directly in
charge of the hospital are concerned,
evidence proves conclusively that iu
most instances they did the best they
could under the circumstances.
"That there was a demoralization of
the medical corps there is no doubt.
This caused a feeling of indifferece
Which led to actual neglect."
Requisition For Mupplle Ignored.
"The otticers in charge of the hosnl-
lal convinced the board that they had
not failed to make tli6 necessary requi
sitions for supplies, but could not get
"It was not possible for this board to
say whether they did all that was pos
sible to oe done to get supplies, but
that they did not succeed is apparent.
High Authorities to Klame.
"It certainly appears that those high
er iu authority those who were in po
sitions to insist upon the proper equip
ment oi this hospital should have em
ployed immediate measures, whether
in keeping with the strictest military
routiu eor not, to have furnished the
common comforts for every sick man
sent to the hospital. That they did not
is apparent in the evidence.
"The location of the hospital was in
a yery unsanitary part of the park. It
was on the lowest part of a slope of a
hill and in close proximity to the very
lowest ground that culd be found in
the entire park. All that has been
stated by witnesses regarding ti e un
sanitary condition of the hospital's
wards and sinks is true during the ear
ly history of the hospital, but there
was much improveinaut of late, al
though there was much to be desired
under the most favorable state of the
Milks B. Warp,
"Major and Brigade Surgeon.
"James J. Johnson,
"Major Second Arkansas Volunteers.
"IS mil S. Hkluukn.
"Major Second Kentucky Volunteers."
"A HELL ON EAKTH."
Chaplain Dooley On the Horror of Camp
Nkw York, Sept. 9. The following is
part of an interview with the Hev
Father Dooley, Chaplain of the Eighth
New lork regiment, which was at
Chickamauga: "Camp Thomas became
a nen upon earth, rue entire depart
ment system is at fault. Men died like
dogs in camp Thomas. The 111, poor
fellows, burning with typhoid fever,
were compelled to lie sometimes for
twenty-four hours upon the ground be
fore attention was given them by the
over-worked hospital attendants.
"The water was simnlv rotten, and to
this cause may heraced all the sick
ness that prevailed in the camp. How
criminal that condition or affairs was
may be appreciated when it is known
that an adequate supply of pure water
would have cost the Government $.10,000,
and to save that amount scores of brave
men were compelled to yield up their
lives upon beds of racking fever. It
a national disgrace.
"Another great disaster came upon us
when the force in camp was increased
from :,imhi all that it is capahleof hold
ing to lio.noo men. The result of this
overcrowding was to add to the odds in
favor of disease.
"As for the dainties which Secretary
of War Alger has spoken of, you may
say that they did not come our way.
There were no dainties for the ill.
"Men died alone and neglected in
their tents, and their bodies were not
discovered until the stench called at
tention to them."
Garwood's Sarsaparilla tor the blood
guaranteed to cure. A. B.Rains.
VELLCW FEVER IX PORTO RICO.
One Case Known to Have Occurred
Among the Troop There.
10 kce, eept. vz. uniy one case
of yellow fever is known to have oc
curred among the troops in Porto
Rico. The identity of the case was
revealed by the autopsy. Brig.
Gn. Henry reports a total of l,5r3
sick out of 11,000 men, the highest
percentage yet reported. Two sus
pected fever patients have been iso
lated. The cases are believed to
have originated in the Spanish
prison at Siboney.
Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
IIOVAl BAKINQ POWDCfl CO., MW YOfiK.
The Numerous Charges Against
Secretary Aler, at ihe 1'rei.ideiit'
iient, "Kequeted" That the In
ventigatinn It Held.
Washinoton, Sept. 10. Secretary
Alger has '"requested" the President
to order a thorough and searching
investigation of the War Depart- ,
ment. His "request," however, wai
requested, or rather ordered, by the
President, as the Secretary is not
desirous in the least of having the
conduct of his department investi
gated. The President has taken action In
th matter, and has urged the fol
lowing named gentlemen to serve on
the commission of investigation:
Lieut. Gen. John M. Seofleld, Gen.
Johu h. Gordon, Gen. Grenville M.
Dodge, President D. C. Oilman, Gen.
Chas. F. Manderson, Hon. Robert
T. Lincoln, Hon. Daniel K. Lamont,
Dr. W. VV. Keen, Col. Jas. A. Hex
ton. The message which President Mc-
Kinley addressed to each or these
is as follows:
Will you render the country a
great service by accepting my ap
pointment as u member of tne corn
missijn to examine into the conduct
of the commissary, quarter-master,
and medical bureaus of the War
Department during the war and iu-
to the extent, causes and treatment
of sickness in the field and in the
'It is my desire that tne full and
exact truth shall be ascertained and
made known. I cannot too strongly
impress upon you my earnest wish
that this commission shall be of
such high character as will com
mand the complete confidence of the
country, and I trust you will con
sent to serve.
lUrth ltate Aiiioiik Civil War
In lsKl all the survivors of
inon , no
diers, sailors, marinos, white
groes. foreign mercenaries
widows 01 all such persons
l,17i,iNKi, according to the
was taken under Keuuh
Todav there are about 1,1011,0110 pension
ers on the rolls, and according to Com
missioner Kvans there are ic,iltiu claims
pending and 200,000 survivors receiving
110 pensions at all. According to these
ligures the survivor population shows a
net increae of 24,ihw in ten years;
but as we know that between L'ihi.ihhi
and oOO.iKK) survivors have died during
the decade, it is evident that survivors
are being born at the rate of about
32,400 per annum, and that the birth-rate
is increasing. From 1!h) to lillO the
rate of increase ought to be :?4.xnu a year.
During the last year iMr. Kvans has
managed to add only shout (i ',000 names
to the "roll of honor," and he Just
grazed the$ 50,000,01X1 high water mark.
No wonder that the tiraud Army is
tilled to the nose with virtuous indigna
tion. There are thousands of intrepid
hums who used lo rob hen roosts, brow
beat women and steal jewels and clothes
from these defenseless persons wht
have not yet been recompensed for
their services to their country. What
we need in this country Is a more liberal
policy, and we are satisfied that the
people will never be content until they
are paying out at least $'l)0,iHH),oKI to the
patriots thirty-four years artcr the war.
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CURED DY CUTICURA
I was troubled several years with chronio
Eczema, on my bead ami face. I took mctli
cal treatment from two doctors and several
lotions, but received little relief. At times,
the dreailful itching became almost Intoler
able. When I was healed, the Kczctna became
painful, and almost distracted mo. I tried
CTthtra Rem Kin r. The Eczema rapUllf
ditnppfiirni, and 1 am ivi, vith no trnrr i,f
mtirvlnnenu$disca. J.KMMKTT UF.KVES,
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Iron hitters. Ihtukeviie van -'-4 li !'.
disapenrs, trength takes il place t
weaknew, and the glow of Iik-UIi rtdil
conies to the pallid cheek thi won
derful remedy il take.n. For sieklyrhiMrea
or overworked men it liasno-,i'",l. Nohome
nhoultl V without this fa remedy.
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