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r nviMoHriiiiosoriiiit n.us i in: itoi.t: w m km:. ilNATFS WHILE CHILDRFN EOV.P iu..,rarlljr n ,,kF f .. Ilia I -r llnK- t rrr MiilM lliifll.-.l. t ii-i..-r if an iijir-l ."r-m ,,jf.. f t tlw nit-,i,,i,i,ry in", i nil.', rit tw lit. r K' '! (. mm; in,. h,.n. i,,i,'i,,,, J fir... j;rii!i,,-i,,ir,.,, ., ,, wul.-'i 111) ..l''li.liv ,..iilll-H. 1 tl lll-MT m . ii f Hi.. hi.m'W n,.,t wu-n'l full i.f inl-. lil f J ' r.!.'. 'J ll.illk'llt I v .. Mi l ink- u lltll" 1 mi t!,.. ,,f,i Hlnl.. II, . v .;tvi-. uphhmI. ft vml ii. i ii-.... l,.-v .; -t ull tlj.' , l,n,n r -w an. I .lnv.-. rinlr..ii. nml I .. m. f I v j I". I lnwi tiny ,luy... Hol.li.-r. mi. llr.'.l r iiii.l in... nii.,ti. r ini.l f. .l. inl. i tin y i lit y-.l Imr-n in,, I nm muml tin' r tiil.K 1 th.Miu'lit th" lit!)., tjrrlt w,,iti. ir.'.l llfl,T HlllL. HIV I H"ttl ll.iWll to llnllx llll. I lllllUi'll I . t . 1 lllil.it Ui ,y i t hi..' tlmi f tin, "rn. k-t .nhtii.j..,!. " I t!i" li'ir ,I.IW, ,., i, ii th.' t ). Wm M H.If,,r.- uii. I rnll.'.l ini.l turin'il siiiniii'.iimlix, ui,, tlnu nlT tin. tut. ,. . ti. ,,. on, k tli" Hour in. I run. In tli" wIihIiivm rut- lllm iin i'iirtli.ii.iWi'. Will thrv tii.vir tin-il.' thought I. N", ih'Vct. I'.ut .y 1'V. w Ii.ti my wlf. rutin, hnmi'ulin Mi'tlliil n .town iimt .iivi1 i-liiti llxt und trlmbli- Wllh tlll'lll Hllil 1 llll l il'H,', y folk luivt wot im hli'ii Unit it suit nif iU- -nr nr I'm iliil.lrrti.iunl tin' iliililnTt ' mi t.l.-ii thnt tlify uri to Jo as tlicy tl! Wllfll tlllTDM tli.lillily Iiliiiut lilt !IM, nt I HiilTi r inyn'lf I:iimimi., ,,1, m,, (,,,. mi Injun-it i. rHiM. 1 lii'lievn I will' In' iiit-rimiiry noi l, ty niym'lf n.xt tiin.'. ut iiftrr nil, tlmr." I no uii in ohIm(.' nt u li Mi'- iiinrtvr or ft .iitrlurrli;il i.tirkhorMo ut th. i' ttiliiir. for I ilo liku to liuve thn ii -fn H nruuinl iin'.iH.. ailv liitl iiirU. l.lr.'ii urn it lit. siriK to tint lioii-n-hol.l. y tnk.i Hwny our si'l!!'ilin.-i iiml purity f' 1 i n Tln'ir joy uimI kI.mi ittnl r i liii j .in."- nirri. tli ol.l I.u.'k t") ir. iirlv III.', wlion t tin .lays wro all mhi 'li'. It is a in j ti: iit!.y w fi'i'l wlnn s.',. tln'iii ho hu;.iy How mill for.'si'i- tin uUi'M t!mt await, tli"iii. l'oor 'l orn llooil. W Hlll 111' Wllii Wil li !n J.l'tlli'. ttlll.-iO piling lini's: ' I r.'iii.'iiili. r, I r.' innailn'r Tim llr Ir.-.'it it irk hikI Lluli: I uh' .I t.i think tln lr hIi ii.Iit tui.H W.T.. rl' mi' nK'ili.Mt Hi.' Mky. It. was ii rlill.llsli i;ii.iran.-.', Hut ihov 'tis llttlo J'.y To know I'm further ilT from hi'itwn Than whi'ii I wan a lioy." I Iicri is no lmij,insH likit u chilli's. If OUl.l I W'Ull.i Xl llHllO ull thttt I luivo ili.i'd Hinrii I was sixtifii yi nrs ni fur it I ri in 1 lii'fori'. Tlmsn hixt.'t'ii yp'irs nro out i!ic-tliinl of the nviTft'i! lif, and thn nuirii's of thi'in un- mon- iri'-ious than the r'st. If a cliil.l is hi iss,tl with loy- t, iiMlul'i'ht parents thnsn years ut' nn broken Ht'iison of unitllovcd cniovin''iit. mi'timi'.s I nee tny wife looking wnl iirul enitiily Into the trlowini; embers ti ml know e is thinking about In r chihlreti or Ii ihlhoful ninl reeillinL; the joys of her youth ten hhn hail ii mother un 'coultl lay her ml uion her iaji ami feel the .soft caresses her gentle hand. What a weight of care id anxiety presses cotitinually upon the art ot a mother, llow ofteti do her i.rav h as' ml to heaven in the dark wati h.'s of e niuht - prayers for their health, theit I'lfur", their tjood conduct, their nalvation. liut with all the cares, anxieties and fore idinK. children urn our greatest blessing id the family tho ffrent.st bulwark of Rood iciety and tood government. It is the law ' our beiiiK that mnu and woman should uto and marry and rear children, and therw no Mibstitutu for the marrifitje relation. I urdly knew the value of n child until a few eeks a no a dear little grandchild koI nick ry hl'-k -and for days and nights was very ear the Kate of heaven. Sho suffered anil e watched and suffered with her. Herlit e lips and throat v. er" swollen and inllamed ith diphtharetie sores. Her Mini's rattled "it Ii pneumonia. How .she jilead 'd with us jr help for relief - pleaded with eyes and unds, and wo could do nothing but caress ier and wecji. I would have jiven a niil ion dollars - yes, ten million, if 1 had had t to relievo that child and savo her from ufferintf. Prayers or modicino or Rood nirsine; or soinethint; saved her, and v aro dl toful. What is thn valao of a child, inyhow? If one was up ut auction what vould the mother Rive? How insignificant s property or old or silver when compared with it. What aro we ull working for but "hildren. their huppiness and prosperity? Daniel Webster, the, preatest man this coun try has -ever produced, said: "A Kood father will shrink from no toll, no sacrifice to raise, his children to a hotter condition than his iown." If I was a judfje and a. father was .brought before mo for Htealinf? or even for robbing, I would seek to know the hidden motives that prompted him to the crime. Many a man steals or cheats to (?et somo thinK for the children, Hnd the world is out raged and calls him a thief and the, law mids him to the ehninKani?. But after all, it is the mother who screens them, protects them and wraps them in her Viosom. I thought my wife was tired and would like to rest in her old age, but the maternal instinct still possesses her, and she seems as much concerned about the grand children as she ever did about her own. In fact, she is less exacting, and more Indul gent. The little boy we have with us is a young cyclone and keeps the homo in un nproar. When I get outraged with his tu multuous racket and threaten him with pun ishment, my wife takes his part and says ho is nothing but a baby. Yes, a four-year-old baby who slams the door like an athlete forty times an hour nd don't mind anybody and I could regu late him In an hour If I had my way. My wife never allowed such liberties from her own. They were afraid of a spanking or of being shut up in the parlor when they got too boisterous. And now she pleads for this hoy and says he Is nothing but a baby, liut I'll got him some of these days when she noes to tho missionary meeting see if I don't. I've promised him a licking every day for two months and he retreats to her and looks dedunco at me. IJut I'll get him see if I don't. He is nothing but a baby, but be takes tho dog to the cow lot and sets him on the cow, and . when I tell him thut the eow will horn him and that she gives him milk, he says ho don't want any more milk. He lets the chickens out of the coop, but ho is nothing hut a baby. liut I'll get him before the year is out see if I don't. I'll do like Dick Johnson, who was trying to raise his hoy on love. I'.ut the boy got so bud that one day Dick licked up a lath and "walloped him Rood. It was a depurate remedy and had a line temporary vflyct, and I)ick WJ'ki.'d tho pli-'n i t . i.i 1. 1 bin, V r 1 -1 - " .. .'ii I w ni t'- i i,J t i lop ...i. ir. I ..r !h I :'' I I . i I i ...I i . ! v ...I a do i in,. 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I ni l, is lr In- I', s.'t i . (-.! h. k tic ai ir'ii I HI l(l . i UT; III : .' Il';..lt tl... ..is... .. v Ii t ' r ' ir ni.vi tl s la ad ... Ye w al k libt ly and i-..s. (',. . .. .r ivi.t ly ml br-'afi" i-ur risers mI --tit 1 v . K i-lie .lies there ts nn a -!i u ; void the wrl I cm n r mi. Whrit Is t'i" i.liie of a child.' Win n tho r'liir.... I t ruin k ills u n iiu th" I ns it i mi" f .r bis a!ii.'. It ii. ay be n tl a id .r t' ii thou .and or llfly t In hi-ahd nn. rdnig to lu cons... i i,..., I. ut tliiit Is l..lhin:; w.i' li com pare I with the a!ue of a bltl i hild. lbnv r I 'll t li.. in. t l.'-r 4 a'' ri. h in their i hll ilrei;! 1 1 i w nil. t'v .....r In u they .'-.u them! Dii t. Ant' in All iiita t '. .!:-( it ul .i. FATE OF CRITTENDEN. How a Dand of Brave Kentuckiant Mel Death in Cuba. In Iho Ktitiniier of IS.'l, jt.iyH the New York Sun, Col. William I.. Crittenden, of Louisville, a brother of vx (low Thomas Crittenden of Missouri, re cruited about lit'ty Ki ntiu klans to ko lo Cuba to tlie assist. tnce of the patri ots, win) were i nxajred at tliat time !n ti desultory warfare against the Span ish. Anion;; tli'i.-e who nivoinp.'Uiie.l ('ol. C!rittiinlt'n were ("apt. Victor Kerr, Lieut. Charles (Ireen, Lieut. William Stanilifor.I, .Ldiii l'"lh(T and (iilmaii A. Cook. The names of the others can not be recalled. The Utile band left Louisville early in August fully ornie.l nnd Mitippcd for war. They pucccedi'i Ju landing on the Island after having been Joined by nearly fifty others from several of t he Soul hern States. Two days after iambi:;; ami while inarehini; toward the remit zvoiis of the patriots, Col. Crittenden's band was attaikuJ by TOO Spanish soldiers. The Americans occupied nn advan tageous position when the attack was made, and for thirty-six hours they kept the Spaniards at bay. When thoy hail exhausted nearly their whole stock of iiiiimunition ami the uiou were completely worn out by tho loii bat tle. Col. Crittenden, after a haty con sultation witli his otliiers, decided to surrender. A lias of truce was sent to the Spanish lines anil was courteously received by the commander, who pro iniisiil the Americans that they would receive honorable treatment as prison ers of war if they surrendered. Ac cordingly Col. Crittenden surrendered. The next morning at .sunrise the col onel and seventy-seven of the eighty men who were captured were marched out to be executed. The men wero made to kneel with their backs toward the tiring squad. Col. Crittenden pro tested against the execution, calling attentiou to the agreement made be fore the surrender. He was curtly in formed by the Spanish commander that there, was no war in Cuba, that the revolutionists were only bandits, and that they were shot whenever captured. He then ordered the sol diers to lead Col. Crittenden to ih'i lino where his men were kneeling, and or dered Kim to kneel also, with his back toward the Spanish soldiers. Tu Colonel, who was a splendid type ui Kentucky manhood, tore himself loose from the soldiers, and straightening up to ills full height, looked the comman der in the face and exclaimed: "I am a Keutuckian, sir, and a Ken tuckiau never turns his back on his foe and never kneels save to Cod." The coitimander gave the order to fire, and Crittenden as well as his men poured out their life blood on Cu ban soil. When the news reached the United States that the Intrepid Crittenden and his band had been shot to death after making an honorable surrender the Jndlgnation of the people knew no bounds. Mass meetings wero held all over the country, and resolutions of in dignatlon were adopted. Tetitions were circulated asking President Fill more to declare war against Spain for the butchery of American citizens. So strong was public opinion against the outrage that the President promptly dispatched tho steam frigate Saranac, Commodore Parker, to inquire into the circumstances of the killing of Col Crittenden and his men. He found that United Statxs Consul Owen, at Ilavt! na, had been derelict in his duty, and on the recommendation of Commo dore Parker, Mr. Owen was recalled. "I have Itnowed some people," saiu Wnlkiiis "that was 80 8liner9titl- ous that they wouldu't begin a job of nrorlr on TiViilfltf " "1 wouldn't myself," commented IHs Ner on Saturday. .Nor Sun- ri,..r Mondpir Ner Tuesday. Ker Wednesday. Ner Thursday." An iinviiuts inouirer asks: "Where would you advise me to go to learn how to ti iw tbn niiino.'" lu the woods, dear, to the deep, dark, damp, dauk, dangerous woods. un: M W WW. Ii.ltr.llnir lr..r- I i ..nt n onWrr of I Im i u). r I : t r I I, . Ill his o l.li i "-s at Tampa, I ! im , be foietlie. t'ua.t lbftiisn ulid Harbor I it prnu'im nt convention, Lieut. W.I'. I'liiUm, i.f the cruiser llaleih, cuw M'tue ititci e-titie; facts l om ct lilug tb Ctrt litli of tlie I'tnt..! States tiiy in oiii'uri'.oii with the l.uics .f olio r i mill! I u s. Among other thiii", tlie Ii. ntenn'it f.ii.l: "Wc lone lttiinl a rat ileal about tint "lu w luivy" of tlie Unite. 1 State", but it i important that thrt people i lia! I imt ('ft the fuho id en that we hae now built ships i'iniiij;li to met t the Hill 'i! Heeds of the United States. '1 he follow ing table shows the number of ships in our ow a uml foreign waters: r.n-h.nd m.i Prunee '.'',7 Ku-sU I'll Italy im) (.i riimny Ml I' lilted t tat. s ', including ull that are authorized to be built. Foreign nations ure constantly adding to their fleets. Sinco ISM'.) Lnglaiid Inn u lded one hundred und ReveiitT-nine new ships to her nay more than twice as many as wo huve altogether. "J a torpedo limit w ure still fur ther behind, as w ill be seen from the follow ing table: J'.tigiuml lr.r. I'riinco 'IM Kusj-la 173 Italy 17'J (icrmnnv 115 t'nlted States Is including all that arenuthoried. Thus, foreign nations have from eight to four teen times as many torpedo boats as the United States has, for the protection of its 111, Out) miles of sea ami lake t,, a tin j -two ' '. 'TfcrrFiiiNK Is the only remedy I "it ..!! tll'lt Vk oil lii milk)' n 1 -1 Ill.lIil'Ht rule l.f ti'lt.'t . I pel.l It lii a .ets..i lii. hail tetter nil I ts li.mil f.r hi ty two yciii s, uii'J Ik v luixi . in ..1 Ilia li ll. I sst:K, V.-pi tiulil H .Mill. t.u. 1 tsiX t.y mnll f.,r Nie. In hiiiiii.. J 1. Mil I'l kink, MiMiitliah. (in. I!i ulli'tit or Buy m iiH'llitni; that In bi tti r tliau Sll'll:'0. No-To-ltiic for I Ifly (nt. Ovor 4"0.ni cure.l. W hy not b t No To Itii'" ri'culato or ri'inui" ymir il-ilre lor t.it.a.'.'.i? Saves iiuiiii'V, inaU.'i ln'ftltii niel inaiiliiNMl t urn iriiaruutiiil. ji. c nin uiiJ I.mi, ul ull ill ukkikIs. Always flint time to miy txnim i-.iritest w.ir.l botweeii tliu bile talk. KIOO Il.'waril. HI 00. I'h renilern (if this paper will bn il"nwil to b'lirn thnt there Is nt leant mm itroail.nl illneuse lint science has been al io to cure In nil Its Mtn;es, ami Unit Is (.'ut.irrh. Ibill's Catarrh t uro 1h tlio only jii hltlvo cure known to the iin. Ileal fraternity. Cii'iirrh I.elnK n ri.imlltutliiiiHl Ult. enne, requln h a ii.lisl II ut I. -t'lil treatment, llnll'n ( utarrh l ure In lukeii lutei nally, m tliiK illri'clly nn thn IiIikhI uml m ii. -i 1 1 s durtH.'i'Biif the Hyatem, thereby rli'htioyliii; the fuiinilntlnn nt the ilin ense, nml (,'lvliii; the piillciil.Ntri'inMIt by IhiIIiIIiik up the ctiimtltiitli.ii uml hiIiih.k' tiaturn In ilnlnR Its work. Th )irnprleti)r8 hmo no inii.'h fnlth In Itsi iunllvii power that tlicy niter One Hundred Iliillarn fur any .'iimi. that It tnilM tn cur". Semi fur llHt of ti'Htlmoiilala. AiMreim. K. J. Chunky A Co., Tuledu, Uliln. Snl.l tiy DriiCKlstM, 73c. llall'a Family I'll in are the best. FITS stepped freeittul pcrnmnt'titly cured. No fits after III nt day line nt IK. hi. ink's t.HKiT Nkrvk Hksiohkh. Kiel iS' trial lnittle nnd treat tun. Bcud to Hr. Kllno, Arch M., l'hlln., I'n. Mrs. WIuhIow'b SontblnK hyrtip fur children teethinc, soltnns tho kuiiih. IciIuiim tnllatiiimi tloli, allays pain, cures wind inllc. u butllu. JrsT try n 10c. tm of ('asciirntri, candy cathar tlc, llneat liver niui bowel reuiilater mado. I'lso'g f'ure Is tho liieillrlne to tneuk up chil dren's Otiiik'lm nml t'olds Mis. M. li. Jil.isr, tijiriiKUo, Wash., -Mun h s, '111. St. Vitus' Panec. One liottlo Dr. Fenncr'u Specific cures. 1'lrculiir, Fi etlniila, N. Y. Tlio Test. "Thftt fell 'uv jitizleo l o- -I can't ntakw out whether he's h j.hi!i.H...h( r HI n foul, " " i hut H I 'ir-T to I, hd nut." "How?" "( llll him the hitler. If he lllllk a fil"H he isn't the fnfmir." Sunn ilie Jnli. luil. MALSBY& COMPANY, S. orjth St., Atlanta, .'a. t . iirrnl Aimilt for I rl Hy lrniWM ;- Engines? Boilers If n fit 1. 1." 1 i tli fc.ir i u. Or U'.a." 't li.-iitp ii I tut. t I 'i i (.'"' . 1 1 ii per l at it- Wiir t lll.'in r !n. i-m n ( arm, i mi I) . nil. i II. , riiri. I'uainiiU . J J.i. . i.-. BUCKiNCHAriVS DYE For the Whiskers, Mustache, and Eyebrows. In or.o preparation. E J y to apply at home. Color, brown Cv-itlcmen s satisfactory. Men m Valrr llenlt r, Strain Tumpf and IVnlicrtliy Iiijctforn. j M mi fm turrr mid llml'tl It i&zx-xkt Brills; : oi:. i l i s, iiMi.Mil.1.1, Miia.it M4CIIIMIIV, t'OTIIIN lilN M hum i;v nii.1 iit,ti hi I'.t It VillUS. Kdl. Ill nml M:IIII I) Tm-th f. Pair Ti-' 'Ii mi l I (.'. Knlxlit' l at. nl (. i lUr.Unll har .Mill m.. I I n(lim lli. I 1 4 ll.-, t.nr.l. n.T nn. I I'n ItrrlnK uvrnt I nr., nil i.r .t.. I'.itu mid A lull linn M I I I. l I'l l I I S. I'll, n unit .imllt y nl r"ta ru irnnl. ..I. .On.. K"'. lr. o I) im nl killing IM .i... r. or hl.irk. The favorite, 1 fc.iu'.i' li r II tt.t. I'll , Vf r-'H-M. Nwhii. N II bl i llr,... .).. DON'T BE CUT 'tifti W ran rur t ltl tit If n Imm ttm I'll.l.s ii mi ',A I tll' I'll .KOI N 1 M IM. w n (iiiinihti'ii loliii I nnt u ut ui. l .iTlimiietil r.'lli f. hi'inl flvn two ei' li I ntnliipa to invr tnirii mill mn will ini.ll HIKK I. kHi'H A. I V Sf ilr.- Kept. A., t:V M'KX'KK Mt.DIt INK ttlMI'AM, Imt- tnnooifi, 1 riinriuu-.. no Bt on Enrth. lltnn. x r.iery I ,H jffrr MiniiM """ -w pritxr,! 4-1 Kiery fiirm- liaM I ni- iirit ril c.iimiio llti lloili-r h n il niton I Inntrr. II,.... ... .I.Htl.l.. ' ' III. . yl.V ..UDIlllt V tat t,. j. j . n 'f tic mini' time. Ki.r .' T! , i. . iit. to ,J J, I. liANTT, Mm nil, (.-ir;lii. -r.,-;'- C 1 11 n yr f.i a r , IS iT? Trees and Plants. Sneed: x'riTi. IIII'K IN MAY. ('apt. Most" I'st Winter Applc- l:lii-im .Novrmlirr. Krp. llll May. LADY TIMPSQN. 'raEVr Il.-t Ni n1 Ol.l Varlrtlra of I'rult Trt'eii, Vines and Small FrnlU, Aim Iin lira nml Ornamr ntnl Trrtia. "t fttalnnue frea. Mbcrul twrnn to ileAlnra. "77 3D. DTI A.TI33, ATLANTA, GKOIUilA. '6606000 SMOKE YOUR MEAT WITIH fi. I. U SAfC tflJLCilcuui. E. KRAUSER & BRO. rYilLTU.I, rriiit.Vi,gcfai)!:,:s.M(iiODS,B!irriPs.ic Ili.itnr iUmiltih', tun jitevriiUeii tn Letter than l Uie. Salvation Blood Purifier will make ynil ' K r i ( .j jirimf." All I'l 1 1 k i; I n t h . rrow ni-nrl Tl'IPC ll,H"CI7C A " "n.l'rtiil i 'it luod. IVWIliC ii- iiOli.C' S"inl j ft .lamp Im rl i.ilnr.. I... ,li'l. r.r...i.'H. A'l.lr"., W II l.AKKI I I. il..u l-Unt.r, M.iinaCo., Ala. 'i.n.iiiii)i.iiiiL N.r.i nit Carad. R. J.L.. 8 TC . H F M u . I Wk n lOO tor NKW hi I'.xCHIItKHH. eii.l I Hi-, fnriiihtriv't nml aaitinipr. ICOl AM K M AliA.l N K,N-w Vorlc mum S20; A. A. U 1 lve.,'31 aaaaa a UIvASONS VOll USING i i I Walter Baker & Co.'s Breakfast Cocoa. I fV . .... , X 1. because u is atsoiute:y pure. 2. Ik-cause it is ne.t made by the so-called Dutch Process in J which chemicals are used. t 3. P.ecair-e beans of the finest quality are used. t 4. Because it is made by a method which preserves unimpaired J the exquisite natural tlavor and odor of the beans. J 5. Because it ii tlie most economical, costing less than one cent j a cup. Be sure that you (jet the gi-nulne article made by WALTER ItAKLR & CO. Ltd., Dorchrster, Man. LsUbliihed 1780. X 2 i- KJ IfV- lr- y y ii IUSIM.SS rOUKSK tn nun ipt'nn tn evory 1lun.. ...!. J"" IH'.llMIiUT i.i i.r 111, 1.1 A ! IlI SI N I'-S N (H.I.Kl:!.: i,ZZ2 LiI3 Min oii. lieiircia. light 55 costs cotton planters more than five million dollars an nually. This is an enormous waste, and can be prevented. Practical experiments at Ala bama Experiment Station show conclusively that the use of "Kainit" will prevent that dreaded plant disease. All about Potaih thn remits of In uieby actual ex periment on tho best lurmt in tka United Statct it told in a little bonk which w publish and will gladly Bail free la any farmer in America who will write foriu CERMAN KALI WORKS, $3 Kauau St., New York, MM liwt l i s iwj mmwS A gentleman residing in T street, N. W., Washington, D. C, asserts that he suffered for many years with dyspepsia, indigestion and biliousness. He tried every known remedy, consulted many physicians with the hope of getting cured or evert relief, but nothing seemed to relieve him. After meals he would feel as if a ball of lead was lodged in his stomach, tired and listless, as though life was scarcely worth living. Finally he was attracted to the ad of R1PANS TABULES and concluded to try them. After taking the first two or three he was surprised to find the relief they gave and soon he felt like a new man. 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