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1 THE MbliRiTOWN Gt A 2 E T f E , JI.A S 6 H 19, i 8 8 4.
The Horrtetown Gazette.
WEDNESDAY, AIarco 19. 1N?4.
ora iVof.t ; 0ur iVmm.
Fun rrst.-Two l.ou. m piy to
c. p. nicsj.
Remember. Mrt- Lou Fly on will not
be unJerfM in millinery gcfcxl.
Au elegant line of cU tra rnl cliffy.
neck-wear, etc., at Mn. Lou Flynn's.
Monday was St- Patrick' Day, jvcr
haji the mr.it notable of all Hie Irit-b
li-aJ tpecia! notice f J. N. Winston
t Son, to which they cff.r a lenliJ
com fertilizer for sale.
Lo.k out for pitf arrest far tlie cn-
oinr week. A rai-I i soing to be
m!c on theawine.
We will mke liberal re luctions to
campaign suWrib t. in clubs of f.v,
ten anJ upward.
To atcal an umbrella iat Iat a crime.
P.ut If a man steals a bettle ef Dr.BuU's
('ugh Syrup to cure It'll cou, can it
Le called a crime?
At Bristol the other day a ne;r, in
trjlog to get into a licn-roost, f.-ll Into
a birrvlful of mo!fV ile r': of
it a "a time with the hens."
Dr. A'ey U. Fulton ha our ItiauLs
for an invitation to a'tti.l the ctm
tnencemrnt exercise of tLe Medicl
University of MarylanJ.
A freight car was derailed on the
North Carolina division, near Newport,
Imt ThurfcUy, tlel-tyii'j the passenger
train from Warm Spri-i aim st an
lira. Lou Flynn i receirin, and wilt
continue to receive during the scasen,
the latest style In lute, bonnet, trim
mings, etc. Now i the time I make
your selection. She defies competiti-m.
Dr. C. 1. Duiitan'j Liver and Kid
ney Sledicine is uoiiiin fjuite popu
lar throughout the country. It i si I
te ;ive aplendiJ autisfacioa. Ileal
aJvtrlist rnent in to-Iay'. paper.
A destructive cyclone parsed near
GunUrnine, Ala , the i ight 4f the
15th inst. Twe pc.r"ns were killril
and three eriuly injured. About
thirljr houses in the path of the storm
were blow n to iUni'.
The Juhason City h"ntrjri.t la pro
gressive. It ha en!arpeil to an eight
pi paper, double its farmer size, and
presents a neat and lea!thy appearance,
(uide her straight ahead, fiicml Mit
chdl. riuck is bound to win.
The laJies appreciate pretty aud dur
able p"d at low figures- They can be
accommodated by visiting Mrs Lou
Flj'aa, who will make happy their
hearts and put bright smile on their
faces, rier motto i: "To Pica."
It may net be generally known by
those who continue to huu! and kill
birda that the eao'i, accnlin to law,
ia now over. The law maks it an in
he table c:Ter.e to shoot, kill r trap
any kind ef bird from the lt of iiarch
until the lit of September. Take warn
lUy aaJ Andersen, the men charged
wiib the murder of three men in Mit
chell county, N. ., about three week
ago, surrendered Saturdar, the Sih
inst, and are now ia Askerille j all ta
await the action of the Grand Jury of
Mitchell cunty. The reward cffereJ
for their capture amounted to f 4,800.
It seems s' tne of our citizens are not
paying much attention to the 'hog law'
now in effect. Hogs continue to run at
large. Town marshal Hartley, how
ever, requests us to ay that he will
proceed this week to take up all hos
running ue in the corporate limits
aud held them in accordance with the
city law pascd a fow weeks since.
In order to liven up bu-dne and
create a healthy boom In the spring
trade,our enterprising merchants weuhl
do wall to take advantage of the adver
tising celumns of The Gazette us
early as possible, fo that the country
people may know what they have in
stock, what Ihey expect to receive and
what inducement they propose to offrr
the trade. Now i the time to aJvor
The mail route from Morristown t
Bean's Station in the future will go
via Noe'a Ferry, instead of by M.ir
hall's Ferry as heretofore. The charge
takes effect t.vmrrow (Thurliy).
John Noe is canlractor on this reuta
and saya that hereafter the mail will be
delivered by hack, and person wishing
to reach pointa on the route will be af
forded, passenger accommodations at a
We have a mnsige from our sweet
heart at Knoxvi.le, Ed. S. SheparJ
He write a touching epistle saying that
wear Mistaken about hi sweetnes
aad begging u to send him all the tree
sugar we can find, for which, in the
fullness f Li trenerous and loving
heart, he proposes to pay the highest
market price in cash. Any one having
anr tree sugar for sale w ill please semi
it to EI. He is a nice boy, and likes a
good deal of sweetenin' ii: his'n.
IU.T. Ja. A. Lyons, of the M. E
Church, South, was recently married
te Miss Maggie Le&air. Tha bride
ia a 'ater of Mra. Judge Key, of
Chattanooga, and the ceremony took
dc at tha residence tf the Judge. Dr.
Cunnyngham. of Nashville, officiated,
assisted ! Kev G. C. IUakin. Mis
Lenoir is also a sister of Mra. Jan. A.
Carr'ger of this city. Tha newly-wedded
couple have the Vest wishes of
Tnc Gazette for a happy and pros
The vagrant must go. The places
hero that once knew him are to know
Lim oo more. That is the edict of the
'city fa'hers,' and it meats with our
unequivocal eodorsomeat. Idleness is
a great sin and wields a bad influence.
If every Idler in Morristown woeilJgive
up his I He pursuits and seek honest 1.1
bor, the community would be much
more prosperous and hippy. Let the
law embodied ia the city ordinance
01 tLis tubjett, and published else
where ia Tub GAtkrrr, bo enforced to
The Hoard of Trustees of the Univer
sity of Tennessee, at a meeting hM In
KneiTille en the 10:h inst., instructed
u.c i'r5idcnt or the IU ant to make ar
rangement with the ICnoxville College
and Colored Institute for the admission
of colored students appointed by Kepre
cntativea to attend the University of
Tennessee. Tuition will be paid by
the University of Tennesee, not ex
ceeding $15 per annum. Agricultural
instructions will be given such a u lenis
by instructors of the University if de
sired. A correspondent of the OiroiufU, writ
ing frorn Dndridge, regarding the
Dandridge and Movy Crock railroad,
fays: So far, $S,300 ef the stock ef the
Dar.JriJge and Mossy Creek railroad
ha t cm subscribe 1 in this place and
vicinity, near $l,0wO of which was sub
scribed to-day. Have good repor:s
from Mt. Horeb and expect that the
-mount of tcck required to insure the
success of the enterprise will b taken
by the 2JJ inst , when a stockholder!
eating will be held at this p'ace to
effect a permanent organization.
It is astonishing what an amount of
quinine Is imporfeu into ine Lniti
States yearly, to te usee! ror coiile ann
fevers alone. Why should Congre-ss le
ask id to remove the eluty on this, when
the re i a remedy provided at heme,
wli ch is far superior to quinine or any
thing else1, for chill and fevxi. xnd
malarial due-As-e ''The Seven Sp rings
Iron-Alum Mast" will cure the orat
cases and i an invai'iai).e remedy for
female eoniliints, uterine troubles.
dyspepsia, Ac. The "Mass" is inanu-
fcture-d fr in iuiuer..I waurs uv Jjiu-
drum .V. LitchlUld, Abingdon, Va., and
ill He sent te any ad Irripotpud foi
f 1 00.
JjiiHvnat's Mi'j-tzliit for Apiil ia a
highly entertaining aud instructive
nun.ker. ThearticI s arc vmicd ami
of an interesting nature; among which
r.iay h u.entioned, "How we Live in
New Yeik the Charities of a Great
City," by Jennie June; "Two Si les of
the Question;" "The Diamond Tend
ant," and the admirable serial, "The
Shores f Nothing." The various de
pirtmc nts contain much that is useful,
aad the illustrations aid considerably
tw the interest of the magazlue. The
frontit-pie-cc ef this number is a beauti
ful steel engraving, " A Farewell
Johnson City Cvtntt : Nelson llarl, a
colored eti.ilyee t-f the- East Tennessee,
Virginia and Georgia railroad, w::s
crushed to death by a freight train, nt
this pljce, on Thursday morning last.
Hark was a brakeman on No. C, a
freight train, and bad changed a switch
in order te run on the main track. As
the train was parsing he atterr.pt d to
climb on te a car by means of the iren
ladder on the side, but mi-sing his hold
nts precipitated under the car and the
entire train passed over his bndr, crush
ing and mangling it in a horrible man
lier. He lived about one hour ind a
quirter. The railroad company ha J
his remains expressed to his people at
A fatal diinculty occurred at Nash
ville, Tuesday of lat weak, ia which
Col. E. S. What, a prominent and
wealthy bulnss man, was shot and in
stantly killed by his father-in-law, Wra.
pcncc. it i thought the eliluculty
grew out of a former trouble occasion
ed by the breaking of a bank in which
both were interested. The tragedy
crated a great sensation in Nashville.
Col. Wheat was a member of one ef
the leading mercantile tiruis of the
city, and very prominent socially as
well as in business circles. He was es
timated to be worth $100,000. Wm.
Spcnce, w ho did the shooting, w as re
garded as a straightforward, business
man, and stood bighJjnmediately af
ter the killing Spence w aiSrcested and
placed in jail.
We, ia cummon with hi other nu
merous friends here, were glad to see
in the city last week that sterling and
popular traveling salesman, li. M.
Staples, ef the firm of McNulty, Borches
Lillard & Co., the extensive wholesale
and retail dealers in dry goods, dress
good?, nations, etc , of Knoxville. Cob
is a fit r resentative of such a splen
did house, and is alike wido-awake to
i;a interest. When lie approaches a
merchant to sell a bill of goods he
docs it in a busiuc.-s-likc way, but af
ter hi own inimitable style, and he
nrely fails to sell. His territory is up
per Erst Ter.ncs?ee and Western Nertb
Carolina and in these sectiens his genial
and hone.-t face is as familiar as a noon
day sun. Hub is popular and his house
is popular. It is no wonder then that
McNulty, Borches, Lillaid & Co. do
such a thriving bu-iness.
From the Knoxville CIirvnLU v, e learn
the sad intelligence of the death of
Judge Jss.P. Swanu, of Jellsrsoa coun
ty. He died at hie residence, in Dand
ridge, on the 12th iust., at 3:43 a. in.
For several months he had been con
fined to his room iy a stroke ef paraly
sis and was a greit but a j ationt suffer
er. Judge Swann waa no common man.
For a long time he was ju lge of the
judicial circuit ii which he lived and
discharged the duties thereof with thej
highest and strictest fidelity. He was
an able lawyer and an upright judge.
Jefferson county was honored by hi
citizenship and tha legal profession
elevated and dignified by his Intelli
gence, ability and knowledge of law
He had acquired a large estate by
industry, ccanoray and eaergy
leaves a splendid properly.
"Bill Arp has come and goae, and
those of our citizens who bad the pleas
ure of hearing him on the cccasien of
hia lecture, do not regret it. He well
pleaded hia audience. Indeed it was a
rich treat to tutny of them. His lec
ture waa different from anything, they
had jet heard, and for this reason they
enjoyed it more. ; II is sayings, while
sparkling with v. it, were filled with
wisdom. His theme was confined prin
cipally to iiio ouiii its people, cus
tom, tic.. the South of ahU Wdam
days and the South of to-day. -His de
livery Is peculiar, but pleasing through
out. Col. Smith, for such ia his real
name, Is a poliheei and gifted gentle
man, a witter and humorist that the
South may well feel proud of. Should
he ever return to Morriitowo, and we
trust be will, he may depend upon the
heartiest welcome our people can give.
i.vcrvtning Hint can be found In a
first-class millinery eataoliihmcnt can
be had at Mrs. Ixu Fly tin's.
New millinery attractions at Mrs. Lou
i lynn's. Call au see them.
OA" U EARING BILL A UP.
To tha Editor of be Morristown Gazette; . t
.Was you cter a. countryman f If bo,
did you ever happen to be in town the
night of a lecture. If so, you may have
some idea how I felt, whe,n I found Mr.
William Arp waa going to lecture over
Gcodsoa'a store. You fee we country
folks don't know much about lectures,
except ouo kinel they are called cur
tain lectureal My wife is a perfect suc
cesa in that line. She can beat Mr.
Arp and give him two in the game
kut I never could laugh at her lecture.',
and some how I never did like to con
stitute a w hole audience, and she never
likes a crowdeJ house.
Well, I thought I would see if Mr.
Arp coull make tke thing go to a
crowd. I couldn't understand how he
could get along with the broom and
shovel act, unless he had an accomplice.
In fact I didn't think any man cculd
get that i If naturally. Then there are
p -culiar exproseions of the countenance
and various things I have seen my wife
do when she is lect triog. I know no
man cculd do. So I was determined to
see an t hear Jlr. Arp. Anticipating
danger I kept back m far aa I could and
let some one else g t the benefit of the
But when Mr. At p got up I saw there
was no immediate uangcr, and I ven
tured up close enou-h to hear h'ni. Oh!
if my wife would just swap lectures
with him. What h success she wjuld
be and what small audiences ha we uU
have in the future !
Whan he wa telling abut Ben Mc
Ginnis I couldn't help thinking about
Bill Collins. You know I live near
'Squire Johnson's. One morning be
fore day I had slaricd a fox-hunting,
and stoppcil at the 'Squire's and was
talking to the "Squire, when here coines
Bill Colli as. He came up and said:
'"Squire, I want a warrant." The
'Squire asked him who for, and Bill
said, "Dad." "What for, Bill?" "For
fighting." said Bill. "Did ho hurt you.
Bill?" "No; by ! do you think a
man that gets up before day and eats a
ub'etn of mush can hurt me wi b a
I would li'te to sec hia McGinnis
tackle Bill C dliu. And I will tell you
how Bill got even with his "Dad" he
never liked his father. Bill was a great
hunter, aad especially a bee hunter: so
Bill found a bee-tree on the side of a
hill, and he and his brother Tin anel
the old man went to cut it down, Bill
was anxious for it t fall up the hi'l D
astosive the bees aud honey so he
took two bed cords and climbed up tha
tree and tied them, then he came down
and took the two ends up the hill to a
hickory sapling an 1 a'ked his father to
come up there aa 1 pull. So he tied
one cord to the old man's bands on one
s:du of the sapling und the o.ther to the
other hand on the other siJe of the sap
ling, and told tke old mia to brace
himself against the sapliag and pull
l.ke the ! So he and Tom cut the
tree down. Just about the time the
tree started to fall the roneo began to
tighten on the old mail's arms, aud
rom he hollowed t i the old man, "Let
go daddy ! let go daddy 1" and the old
man only had time to say, "He the
II 1 can I let go when I am tied hard
aud fust !" The s..i line bent and the
d man's life was .tved, but he lost a
geod suit of clvthi t, and we haJ to set
up with him and use arnica for three
weeks. Bill told i:.c he knew which
way that tree wond fall. I wish my
vife would lake t. lecturing on Bill
Collins like Mr. An on Ctn McGinnis.
I hope you will ue your paper to get
married women to aspire to larger au
diences when they get too much lecture
on hand. I am has ily yours.
Thohn Hii.l, TfcXN , March 12, '84
To tti Editor of TL M .rri.towu GszvtU :
The neighborhood wa3 very much ex
cited over the arrest and trial of John
Owens and James Oliver, charged with
the taking ana selling of a part of a
raft of saw logs, lelonging to Joe and
Lee Clowd. The case was finally com
promised, the defen dants paying )1.Q
Our tuall line fre in Morristown by this
place to Tazewell, has been very irre
gular thii winter, owing to high water,
bad roads, ice and ; oor ferry-boats.
A son of Jas. Lnihim, who lives on
the top of Clinch mountain, aged 10
years, had his leg broken yesterday by
a wagon wheel pa sing over it. Dr. -J.
Ii. Wilkinson wa.- called in and soon
gave the little sufferer much relief.
Wheat crop prospects very flattering.
Winter oats lookiug fine. Farmers very
much behind with their work.
Clinch river is still on a boom. It
only lacked a lew feet of being as high
last week aa it was in 1867.
The distillery To merly run by Ithaa
& Mo .roe, near t'.i place, will go into
operation the first of April, and will bo
run by M. Monroe. Dissolution by mu
tual consent. Noli in Ci-isoi.
tlur otlice wa .mplimenleI with a
call from Col. CI as. II. Smith, ' better
known as "Rill Arp," during his visit
to the city Iat we k. Col. Smith it
(J'(. rgiau, and is it fine typn of the af
fable, cultured gentleman of that proud
old Slate. We -ppreclatcd his vis-it
and enjoyed his ntertaining manners.
Messrs. L. H. Traver and Henry
Rusling, of Tren on, N. J., who have
been spending tb winter in the South,
friend of Rev. J. S Hill, principal of
Morr stown Seminary, are now In the
city. The made this office a pleasant
call en Saturday. These gentlemen are
men of largo rfleau and intend return
ing In the fall with a view ef investing
In Tennessee. W o bid them welcome
and assure them that should they con
clude to locate here they will be hearti
ly welcomed by our citizens.
Tntr TPV.vpvtPJ! nv j nnnir
CiiarTAXooeiA, March II. The ten
nessee ri.er at this point coatiuned to
rise until 10 o'cl-ck this morning, when
it became station try at forty-three feet.
The Fourth and Fifth wards have suf
fered most. Hunlreds of houses are
submerged aad tho sheet of water is
now aver a mile wide. . People living
in twe-stery buil.'.ijgs are compelleJ to
seek safety in the second story, while
those living in cottages were driven to
higher ground. , No lives have been
lost. - Considerable " suffering exists
among the . extremely poor classes.
Several large mi! 1 4 and manufacturing
establishments on lite low lands have
been forced to su-pend operations, ow
ing to fires boing put out by tho water
The Roan Iron" H'orks art completely
submerged, Ifls thought the cirer has
reached its max! num. aud. will com
mence ta recede t liUht. Tindinnpe
done amounts to many thouaanJ dollars
For nobby neck wear, fiae silk
t and linen hankerchiefs, spring and
; summer suits at prices to auit the
: times, call on Geo. C. Williams,
: the fmt-elass clothier and gents'
: fnri.isher. Main street.
: saved on .
' :the dollar.:
Don't Spill the Milk.
"There is no crying over spilled
milk," snvs the old saw. If you are
not only bald, but have no life in the
roots of your hair, there is no use cry
ing over that, either. Take both time
and yourself by the forelock while there
is a forelock left. Apply Parker's Hair
Balsam to your hair before matters get
worse. It will arrest the falling off of
your hair and restore its original color,
5 loss and softness. It is a perfect
ressing withal, clean, richly perfuin
ed. cools and heals the scalp.
OUR CORN FERTILIZER.
A good fertilizer pays better on corn
than on any crop. With a good season
it will more than double the crop. We
have in our "compound" a complete
fertilizer for this crop. We want all
the farmers to us1? It. Price is very
low only $27 00 per ton at Bristol,
f" To any tobacco planter we will
send free Ragland's hook on tobacco.
Write for it.
J. II. WINSTON SON.
mclil9 2in ' - - --
Wo are iuformed by the proprietors,
Messrs. Sanford, Chamberlain & Albers,
that the demand for tha. great cough
remedv, Symphyx, is increasing every
day. This is ono of the very best rem
edies for coughs, colds, bronchial and
pulmonary affections ever put on the
market, and is bound to be the standard
family medicine for such complaints.
THE REV. GEO. H. THAYER, of
Bourbon, Ind., says: " Both myself
and wife owe our lives to Shiloh's Con
sumption Cure." ' -
Are you made miserable by Indigestion,
Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appe
tite, Yellow Skin ? Shiloh'B Vitalizer
is a positive cure. . ? ,
Why will you cough when Shiloh's
Cure will give immediate relief. Pi ice
10c., 50c., and $ 1.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy a positive
cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
"Ilackmctack" a lusting aud fragrant
perfume. " Frice 25 and 50 certs.
Shiloh's Ciire will immediately relieve
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bron
chitis. For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint,
you have a printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer. It never
fails to cure.
A Nasal Injector free with each bottle
of Shiloh'a Catarrh Remedy. Price 50
For sale by W. P. Caniger, druggist.
None but First Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware
one should have the best or none.
Messrs. Shurley & Co., Chicago, are
making a specialty of flne goods, and
if you need anything in Watches, in
dust and water proof cases, Solid Silver
or Triple Platetl ware, Solid Gold or
Rolled Gold Jewelry send to Shurley
&Co., they will send a single article at
the dozen prices. They are vouched
for and endorsed by the United States
Express Co., American Express Co.,
Southern Express , F. W. Palmer,
Postmaster of Chicago, Gen'l A. C.
Smith, Ex-State Treasurer, and many
others. Goods sent on approval, with
privilege of examination, enabling you
to do your purchasing at home. Re
member, Shurley & Co., 77 State Street,
Chicago, 111. Send for their new and
beautiful illustrated catalogue. ( ,
sept 34 t ly. ' ' - '
Wholesale Gralu and
CORRECTED WBKKLT BTGOODSON
Morristown. March.18, 1883.
CORN 3 w
OATS . . 3j
FLOUR. ..... ." J 3 w
miTTElt... -15 25
Knoxvlllo Market. '
Knoxvtlle, Tenn.; March 18, 1884.
Wheat -r- Loneberry. red. - 95c.ail
Shortberry, or Fultr, 90a95c.; white,
Corn 53a58c. loose; new, 4vaouc
Oatb Loese, S0o.-racked, 4245c
Bacon Choice clear sides, 9a9c.
choice haras. lOallc : shoulders, Ca7c.
Lard In 50 pound tin cans, 9ial0c.,
as to trade: sell ine. lOalOic. . - :
Hay Loose, oOaCOc.; baled, 80c.a
90c. per 100 pouads.
Dried Frcits Dull and declining
Blackberries, 7 cents per pound; Ap
ples, sun dried, 4a4Jc. ; Apples,' evapor
ated, Calve; Peaches, suneinea, oc.
GiitfiKNO Per pound, $1 25a$l 40.
. Seseca Root Per pound, 35a40c.
Pink Root Per pound, 121c .
Yellow Root Per pound, 5c .
Ladt Slippers Per pound, 2c.
Dried Llackbiubies TiaSc.
Raspberries 20a25c. .
Peaches Halves, 5a5e.; quarters,
to 4 cents. . ,. .
Feathers Prime, 47a50 ,f
KAis---Cottorr, 1a!tc. "
Beeswax 25a27c. per pound.
Hides Dry flint, lOallc ; green. 5a6,
Taixow In demand, 6aCc.
; Flaxseed Per bushel. bOc. '
Wool Lower; choice tub-washed
30c.; fair to good, 25a2Sc.; dark coarse
20a2oc.; unwashed, 2ua25c
, -Ttrone. Pa, Oct. 14. 1883,
"Dr. VIt Stojte, Dear Sir: I have
been troubled with Dyspepsia of throe
oc four years, and this summer I had, a
very severe attack and . Uardly.'kuow
what to eiov-Il happeneel a friend came
to my place of business and recom
mended your Apepsia." I consented to
try it au4 be fore I ha f taken one bottle
I fait nit a so man, and after Making
two felt ent relynre I. All you claim
for It is true and I heartily recommend
It. ... K?P fctfully. ..
,". i F. " W," Tatclo' ,'
Apepsu is Jur lu iIrrh.towuhy
, W. P. Carriger, druggist.
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which have been advertised for in
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United States of America; Canada,;
Australia, East and "West Indies,
France, Holland, Belgium, Ger
many, etc. etc., since 16G5. Size
12 pages. Subscription $200 ; per
year. -Single copies 10 cental -William
Raich, publisher, 251 William
St., Postoffice; Box 3409 Nvr1 York
To" set the "public right, Mrs. Lou
Flynn has no shoddy or old-3tyle goods,
but is in receipt of a new Invoice which
was recently purchased in the eastern
cities. Remember this fact.
Kick Hctdseho and relievo all the trouble Inci
dent to a bilious state of the htbUm, such at Dis
sineaa, Kuki, Drowsiness, Distress after tinr.
Pain in the Side, Ac While their nios wsoark
bl0 success has bee, shown in caring .
HeJehe,yet Carter's Little Lirer Pills are equally
valuable in Constipation, caring and preventing
this annoying complaint, while Iher also correct
all disorders of the stomach, stimulate the lirer
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