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Cold and heat ali'fce aggravate neural gia, because the, Jierves feel the cold and heat sensiftivaly,. but nerves are sensitive to treatment and feel the in fluence of St. Jacobs Oil which cures the ailment promptly. , Condensed eggs are prepared in Pas san, Bavaria. First he eggs are dried, then reduced . to a fine pooler, which is placed in air-ticlit cans. Thus a most nutritiious food is oompressed in to smallest possible spaoe.' Sharp Pains Darting from one point to another, stiff and (Swollen joints, inflammation, intense suf fering, are characteristics of rheumatism. All these disagreeable symptoms are cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla which purifies the blood and neutralizes the acid which is the tiause of rheumatism. Why should you con tinue to suffer when others are being re lieved of all symptoms of rheumatism by Hood's Sarsaparilla America's Greatest Medicine. Price, $1. Hood's Pills cure all Liver Ills. 25 cents. An unusual accident' befell Mr. J. Thompson at Portland, Me. He jumped from a moving train and the shock caused a rupture of his windpipe, re sulting in death The Best Seeds Absolutely Necessary. We cannot too strongly nor too often urge the supreme importance of planting seeds that are perfectly pure and fresh, fceeds that are offered at cheap prices are almost invariably of doubtful origin and uncertain age, sure to cause the planter disappointment and loss. The thoughtful planter's only surety lies in buying seeds sent out by a conscientious and trust worthy house. A vast number of Amer ican gardeners have (and have had for years) the utmost confidence in seeds that bear the name, D. M. Ferry & Co., Detroit, Mich. The ptesent generation of planters can hardly remember the time when Ferry's Seeds were not on sale eyerywhere each year and as regularly planted by thousands with the greatest faith In the unvarying quality of the seeds and in the integrity of the firm that grew them. Every glanter, whether already a buyer of Ferry's eeds or not, should send for Ferry's Seed Annual for 1SU9. It is mailed free to any one who writes for it. Sumatra kerosene is at present a for midable competitor in the Russian market. .. The supply seems to be unlimited. ' .No household is complete without a bot . tie of the famous Jesse Moore Whiskey. It is a pure and wholesome stimulant rec ommended by all physicians. Don't ne glect this necessity. 1 How fast can a bee fly? A hive on the roof of a train was oarrled at the rate of 80 miles an hour before the bees were left behind. , TRY ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE, A powder to be shaken into the shoes. At this season your feet, feel swollen, ner vous and uncomfortable. ' If you have smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. It rests and comforts ; makes walking easy. Cures swollen and sweating feet, blisters and callous spots. Relieves corns and bunions of all pain and is a cer tain cure for Chilblains, Sweating, damp or frosted feet. We have over thirtv thou sand testimonials. Try it today, bold by all druggists and shoo stores for 25c. Trial package FREE. Address, Allen S. Olm sted, Lo Koy, K. Y. i . "The only thing we oan do now," says Dupuy de Lome, speaking for Spain, is to repent and reform." Such things are quite possible, even to Spain, when she can't do anything else. . A LIVING WITNESS. Sirs. Hoffman Describes How She Wrote to Mrs. Pbakham for Advice, and la Now WelL Dear Mrs. Pinkham: Before usinj your Vegetable Compound I was a great sufferer. I have been sick for months, was troubled with severe pain in both sides of abdomen, sore feeling in lower part of bow els, , also suffered with dizziness, headache, and could not sleep. I wrote you a letter describ ing my case and asking yqur advice. You replied ten- jug- me jusi, What to do. I followed your direc tions, and cannot praise your medicine enough for what it has done for me. Many thanks to you for your advice. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound has cured me, and I will recom mend it to my friends. Mrs. Flokkncb B. Hoffman, 513 Roland St., Canton, O. The condition described by Mrs. Hoff man will appeal to many women, yet lots of sick women struggle on with their daily tasks .disregarding the urgent warnings until overtaken by actual collapse. The present Mrs- Pinkham's expert- ' ence in treating female ills is unparal leled, for years she worked side by side with Mrs. Lydia B. Pinkham. and for sometimes past has had sole charge of the correspondence department of ber great business, treating by letter ' as many as a hundred thousand ailing women during a single year. SEEDS I were famous years ago their fame grows every year as the seeds 1 I most to d renea on as always J the beat, for sale by leading I , dealers everywhere. Five cents i I per paper and alwavB worth it. , L'''V insist on ouving mem, nua no risK ouy errys. . 1899 Seed Annual is tree. Detroit, Mich. CURFS WHrHf All ft SF FAILS, Best Cough Syrup. Tastes Good. Use m time. Hold by dnidgtBts. -'"IW!"l",Wk. TP! YEAR'S WORK IN ALASKA Progress Made in Mining Development Value of the Salmon Indus try Agriculture in the Far North Necessary Legislation In teresting Report of Governor Brady, of Alaska. One of the most interesting docu ments recently received at the interior department is the annual report of John G. Brady, governor of .Alaska. The report is very elaborate in its treatment of subjeots relative to the great Noith west territory, covering everything from mission stations to the mining indus tries. Probably more ' space is devoted to gold mining than any other subject, that being the predominating industry at the present time. Of this, Mr. Brady says: "The past year has been one of won derful progress. During the winter and spring all sorts of vessels were put into the "Alaska trade, and were filled with passengers and cargo to the very limit. Before long, thousands of tons of freight could be seen piled upon and under the snow upon- the summits of the Alaskan mountains. The United States contributed by far the largest number of prospectors, who came Irom. all quarters, a large number from every atate in the Union, California, Oregon and Washington Bending the largest oontingents. These prospectors.as a class, were fine specimens of manhood. "It is calculated that .8,200 outfitted for Copper river, several hundred went over the divide at Yakutat, and some parties went ovei the Dalton trail and worked their way up the White river, one of the largest branches of the Yu kon. Cook Inlet, Resurrection bay, Solovin bay, Kotzebue sound, Koyukuk river and many other places have all been visited by prospectors this season. The declaration of war against Spain ohecked the tide. Most of the Amer icans who proceeded to Dawson com plained of the mining lules and regula tions, and the manner in which they were carried out. This had the effeot to drive many upon the. Alaska side, and the claims whioh were abandoned for the 'first onrushto the Klondike were relooated, and muoh other valua ble ground discovered, which will keep large numbers of men there this winter. "There is no way of ascertaining the amount of dust washed out upon the Alaska side. The amounts given for the Klondike and its tributaries vary very much.' ; Several reasons are given why the output is smaller than was anticipated the scaroity of supplies, especially lights, the high price of jabor, and the 10 per cent royalty ex noted. Many claims are being held with the expectation that supplies will be more abundant and not so dear, and consequently cheaper labor, and that the loud complaint against the royalty will cause the Ottawa government to abolish it. There will be no lack of supplies this winter, but there appears to be a .' determination among' the miners to koep up wages, and the royal ty is still demanded. 60 we can expect the product for the coming year to be much curtailed." . ', . Speaking of quartz mining, he says: "Yerv rich ore was discovered in the vicinity of Ketchikan, and many loca tions have been made and developed. Quartz locations have also been made at various places around the coast and upon thejslanda, as far, as Unalaska. The greater number of these are held by poor men who are not able to make developments of any considerable ex tent. Alaska is a splendid field for a class of men who can oommand capital and who cari examine these discoveries and come to terms with the owners for the purpose of development and sale. While important discoveries of gold have been made on. Pine creek, flowing into Lake Atlin, the fields in the vicin ity of Bald Eagle and Sum Dum Chief, as well as Sheep creek, near Juneau,' have made even better showings in the past year than previously." Favorable reports are made pi the operations of the large American min ing companies at work in Alaska, their efforts seeming to be more abundantly rewarded than are those of foreign cor-, porations. .'....' Land Laws. So mucli of the land laws as relates to mineral lands and mining claims, inasmuoh as they are the same as are now in force in the United States proper, have given perfect satisfaction throughout Alaska, but in the matter of homestead laws, quite a different state of affairs exists. The idea 'that a man may dig out ore upon lands - and obtain patent for the same but cannot build a house and improve land .for a home, nor obtain title to it, is regarded as highly nnjust and imprudent by the residents of that country. As a matter of faot, the, land office has issued but one patenttinder the law of Maroh 8, 1808, for trade and manufacture, and the amount of . land an applicant re ceives depends not on any law, but entirely on the will of the land officer. Even the law which-passed last May, extending the homestead rights , to Alaska, is found to be practioally val ueless. . ' ' "There are no surveyed lands in Alaska, nor has any system of survey been provided. . It is Impossible, there fore, for a poor settler to acquire a homestead. - If he were able and will ing to stand the expense of a survey, ' , Heaviest Oriental Cargo. The Nippon YuSen Kaisha steamship Kinshiu Mam, which sailed from Yoko hama for Seattle November 29, is bring ing the heaviest caigo ever shipped from the Orient for Seattle. It consists of 8,500 tons of tea, silk and our'ios. The heaviest previous cargo waa brought on the Agapanthus, which arrived in De cember, 1896, with" 2, 700 tons. The Kinshiu is also bringing the marines to man tho Japanese cruiser Chilose, un der construction in San Fiancieoo. - he would have no assurance that it would beaccepted by the government. If he settles as a squatter, and makes improvements, he cannot tell how future surveys may affect him. In oon sequenoe of this condition of affairs, not a single homesteader has attempted to make entry under the new law in the land offioe at Sitka." In the matter of wagon roads, rail roads, etc., a different condition exists. As soon as the right of way bill had passed, numbers of filings were made, and several roads of various character are now in ' progress of construction. At Unga, Berner's bay and Douglass island there are railways in operation, although solely for use in connection with the mines. The Pacifio & Arctic Kailway & Navigation Company has probably made more progress than any of the other large companies, having completed 14 miles of road over almost impassable country. Moreover, so much of the road as is completed is' constructed of the best material, by the best of workmen, and is in every way first-class. Money has not been spared, and as a result the road stands without a peer. It might be mentioned, in this oonneotion, that, owing to the limita tions of the timber laws,' it was found best to import a great deal of timber, and nearly all the timber and lumber used in building Dyea and Skagway, their railroads and mills, was shipped from-Pugest sound. . j ' The governor expresses the hope that congress, during the short session, will pass upon a code of civil procedure for the district of Alaska. Salmon Industry. ' Of the salmon industry, a great deal is said. There can be no doubt that this industry is one of great importance, for irom figures given it is seen that the Alaskan output in the last year marketed at $2,977,019. 1 The ; red salmon seems to far-outnumber all oth ers, . although the pink and silver salmon are found in large numbers. Comparatively few king salmon were taken last year. To pack these salmon for shipment, over 5,000 laborers are employed, and, strange to say, the most of them are Chinese.' It has been found almost impossible to educate the native Alaskan Indian to. American canning methods, and this, together with the tact that Chinese labor is ex ceedingly cheap, may account, in a measure, for the large number of Chi nese in tire canneries. This salmon trade during the past year was of suffi cient proportions to keep in constant useKduring the season, 58 steamers, in addition to the 712 lighters and small boats. ' . ... .' . . . In the opinion of the governor, Alaska should be well supplied with inspectors, the present force of two be ing decidedly inadequate. Agricultural Possibilities. "As an agricultural country, Alaska is still in its infancy, little being known of its possibilities. ' - Enough can be learned,: however,- from, experiments made in the past year, to satisfy those interested that such crops as potatoes, cabbage, beets, peas and other ' market vegetables can, with proper attention and care, be raised in parts of the coun try without difficulty., , . But grass, be yond everything else, promises to bt the agricultural wealth of Alaska. This is but 'little appreciated at present. The native grasses are nutritious, and grow luxuriantly. Timothy, olover and other cultivated varieties do well, one aore of gionnd in grass there, for pas turgage, being worth several aores in a 'drier climate. There are many varie ties of native berries, such as currants, huokleberries, etc., but berries from the States, as a rule, do well under cul tivation. ,; " , "Of stockraising." says the report, "but little can be said. Reindeer will soon be reared in "vast herds. t In the near future we expect to have the mail transported by reindeer all over North, em Alaska during the winter, and al much less cost than at preser;." The Governor's Recommendations. Before closing the report, a numbei of recommendations are made. Among them is the suggestion that Japonsky island be built up as a naval station. Attention is also called to the fact that at Kadiak, Unga, St. Michaels, Circle City and Dyea there is a great lack of proper courtrooms and jails, as well ar at Sitka, where the buildings are in miserable condition. ; ' ' The ; appropriation for Alaskan schools has been found quite insuffi cient, being but $80,000 per year. An appropriation of twice that size could easily be utilized to good advantage. A further recommendation is made to the effect that lighthouses and other beacons be placed at oonspiouous points along the coast, as the commerce has greatly multiplied of late and demands suoh protection. - 1 . ' j Governor Brady oloses his report with an appeal to the Republican party to live up to its pledge and extend to Alaska the privilege of sending a dele gate to the national congress. 1 Hop Outlook. . . , A good outlook for the future of the hop crop of this year is presented, as there is a good demand for them and a rather short supply. . The market is at present buying oautiously. They have done very little purchasing this year, so far, and it is almost certain that a good demand will in conseqeunce re sult. English buyers are now purchas ing only very choice hops, ' the price paid herejaeing about oo and about 18o to the buyer in .England. ' " ENGLAND WILL CONSENT. To the Modification of the Clayton i ' Bnlwer Treaty. ' New York, Dec. 12. A dispatch to the Herald from Washington "says: President McKinley is in favor of open ing negotiations with Great Britain for the puprose of modifying the Clayton Bulwer treaty so as to permit jthe con struction and control of the Nicaragua canal by the United States. . Should congress during the present Bession fail to enact the pending Morgan bill the president also favors entering into negotiations . with Nicaragua and Costa Bioa looking to the construction of the canal under the auspices and con trol of the United States. On the authority of a high official of the administration it is stated that there is absolutely no foundation for the re port that Great . Britain, through Sir Julian Pauncefote, has protested to the state department against that feature oi the president's message dealing with the canal question. On the contrary, the authorities have every.reason to be lieve that the British government will consent to any reasonable modification of the Clayton-Bulwer treaty that the president may desire, so as to remove the obstacles which it places in the wayj for the control of the canal by this government. So satisfied are the officials on this point that negotiations will soon be'un der way which it is hoped , will eul ruinate in an agreement especially in tended to give this government the right to construot and control the pro posed waterway. STILL REACHING OUT. Russia, Germany and France tin , Partitioning of China. Shanghai, i Deo. 12. John Barrett, formerly United States ' minister to Siam, has returned here after visiting Peking and the principal cities and ports. He says the situation in China is one of a most critical nature, and Manchuria is no longer Chinese',, but Bussian ' territory. He asserts ' that New Chwang, the" chief northern port for the movement of American produots, is also piaotioaily Bussian, and is liable to be closed any day. The. only permanent safeguard to par amount American and British interests, Barrett says, Is immediate and united action by the interested governments to defend their territory in the Chinese empire, to force reforms' in the govern ment, to prevent further cessions of ports find provinoes, and to insist upon an "open-door" policy in all the ports of China, including the spbeies of influ ence of Bussia, Germany and France. Otherwise, Barrett contends, the im pending partition of the Chinese empire will-seriously curtail the field of trade by disastrously affecting American and British influehoe in Asia. WATTERSON FOR EXPANSION. Where England Has Succeeded, Amer ica May Experiment. New York, Deo. 12. The Patria Club held its fiist meeting of the win ter tonight, and entertained and listened to Colonel Henry Watterson, of Louis ville, the speaker , of the evening. Colonel Watterson spoke on "Our Country; Its Dangers and Its Hopes, Past, Present and to Come. " He de clared himself in favor of the policy ol national expansion. "I am not disposed," he said, "to agree with the optimistic young Amer ican who believes that the United States is bounded on the north on the aurora borealis, on the south by the equator, on the east by the rising sun, and on the west by eternity ,but still I think somewhat that way. ' ., "As for expansion, I think that what England has done with safety, America may attempt. . If Dewey had only sailed away but he did not, and where he nailed the Stars and Stripes, there they, must stay. We must either go forward or backward, end we canuqt go DacKwatd without loss of self-respeot. "The anti-expansionists ask how we can 'take these new responsibilities when our own government at home is so admittedly corrupt. On the other hand, we are a nation of producers hin dered by overproduction. We 'must have a greater market. Also, the Phil ippine islands are not further from the Golden Gate today than was San Fran cisco from Washington when California was annexed. The centralized power of modern civilization annihilated Bpace and knits all together. All na tional expansion for, us is but Amerioa, the'boy, grown to manhood and nat urally reaohing out.'-' .SEVERE WIND STORM. Gale Blew Ninety-Six Miles an Hour at Point Reyes San Francisco, Dec. 12. The storm which raged all over the Pacific coast last night and today was one of the most severe ever recorded by ' the weather bureau. It extended from the northern border down : to Texas and from the Paoific as far east as Nebraska. In this city the wind attained a velocity of 45 miles an hour, but at Point Reyes, right in the teeth of" the gale, the wind swept along at 96 miles an hour. Considering the great velooity of the wind, the damage done to ship ping was slight, and $10,000 will pay for everything, including the charges of towboat men for extricating vessels from dangerous positions. ; ' A traveler can now go around the'! world in 60 days. : . Explosion at Powder Works. Wilmington, Del., Dec. 12. Five powder mills in the yard of the Dupont powder works, near here, exploded this morning; - Bobert Mollheny, John Wright and John Moore were killed. Eight other men were seriously injured. Michael MoCann, John Muthin and Samuel Stewart are likely to die. The explosion was due to the fact that a car t ol powder being wheeled into the press room overturned, the wheels of the car running on the tracks by friction set-! ting the powder on. fire. I ' ... To Prevent Freezing. Some interesting things hare come to light in the history of the tunnel boring for' the Jungfrau railway in Switzerland. ' Blasting gelatine was used in this work, whioh freezes at a temperature of about 40 degrees Fahr enheit. . It is an exceedingly danger ous substance to handle, being unlike dynamite in this respect, and so the contractors engaged , in this work are keeping their explosives in a sort of safe heated by electricity, so that the danger of the gelatine freezing is en tirely obviated. In this connection is a proposition to extend this idea to the thawing out of dynamite by some elec trical application, as - dynamite is com monly frozen for safe handling. ; '. . ; The World's Supply of Wheat. 1 : An English expert claims that the wheat producing soil of the world is un equal to the strain that will be put upon it. Even now when the food supply is ample, thousands die because their dis ordered stomachs fail to digest the food they take. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters strengthen and tone up the stomach and digestive organs. Light From Sugar. The flashes of bluish white light seen in the dark when pieces of sugar are rubbed together have been studied by Mr. John Burke, an English physicist. By rotating a loaf of sugar on a lathe against a hammer he has obtained al most continuous luminosity, enabling him to observe and photograph, the speotrum. The - light appears to be a result of some change in the crystals, and not due to heating or to chemical action between the sugar and air, as was supposed. Makes the Spot Vanish. A slight rap may cause a bruise, or a slight blow a blaok one, sore and ten der. . But it is easy to cure a bruise by the use of St. Jacobs Oil, and make the spot vanish and the soreness heal. Experiments with plant seeds sub jected to exterme cold have shown that the power of germination is not de stroyed but merely suspended by the cold. - v money-back tea and baking powder at A curious butterfly exists in India'. The male has the left wing yellow and the right one red; the female has these colors reversed. , , , If you want the best wind mill. tramDS. tanks, plows, wagons, bells of all sizes, boilers, engines, or general machinery, see or write JOHN POOLE, foot of Morrison treet, Portland, Oregon. ' Submaiine volcanoes are constantly being discovered, and are at times, owing to. their sudden appearance, a great danger to navigation. When coming to San Francisco ero to Brooklyn Hotel. 208-212 Bush street. American or European plan. Room and board $1.00 to $1.50 per day ; rooms 60 cents to $1.00 per day; single meals 25 cents. Free coach. : Chas. Montgomery., . , - A swordfish weighing 2,070 pounds was lately brought to the market at Taejing. It was SO feet long, the sword alone weighing 40 pounds. !',.'.. to Cure a Cold In One Day : Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money if it fails to cure. C5c. Concerning Excuses. , , xi you always leu. me irum you II 1 i I 1 J 1 . I 1 , will never have to fix up exouses FIT? Permanently Cured. So fitsornerTousnes rue after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Bestorer. Bend tor FRKK RS.OO trial bottle and treatise. DR. B. H, Ki.TNK. IM., 930 a-tcu street, Philadelphia, Pa. , If there is no other way in which a woman can be complimented, tell her that she is a great problem. Piso's Cure for Consumption has been a family medicine with us since 1865. J. K. Madison, 2409 42d Ave., Chicago, 111. A man never knows how well posted his wife is on ohurch affairs until she entertains her minister at supper. HOW'S THIS? ' , We oiler One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. ; F. J. CHENEY & CO., Propsu Toledo, O. We the undersigned, have known F.J. Cheney for the past 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and fin ancially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. Wsst & Trtux, 1 Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. ; Waldino, Kinnan & Marvin, - ' Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is takenintornally, acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials free. Ball's Family Pills -.rc the best. WILLAMET Schillings jour Grocers MANUFACTURERS OF ENGINES, B01B.ERS . Saw Mill and Mining Machinery. Dealers In Flour Mill and Grain Cleaning; Machinery and Supplies. Repair ing; Promptly Attended to. . WORK THE BEST. PRICES THE LOWEST. IF Don't neglect yourself; It Is the perfect fitting trirea applied in Season which effects a cure; the imperfecf never: 8,000 styles to eelect from enables us to guar antee a fit, or no charge; if your druggist does not Seep them writ us for dlreotions for self measurement: correspondence confidential and trusses sept se cure from observation, to any address; money refunded if not satisfactory, b. H- Woodard it Co., Expert Truss Fitters, 108 Second St., Portland. Or. PERSONS WORTH KNOWIINU ABUUT Captain Parkeri proprietor ol the Parker house, Astoria, was in the oity last week, and repot ts himself cured of catarrh cy Dr. Darrin seve,n years ago. Be says the cure is permanent. , . UJxHiieiiir a. t. sciioeps . wife, oi 61)6 Third street, Portland, has" been 1. 1 , : t v. i t c . - I .. . : tlUUUlHU Willi UGHlllCHa jui n iuug bilJJO. Her good genius prompted her to try Dr. Darrin's Electrical oure. -She was cured. Her daughter, Nina, was cured ,. by Dr. Darrin seven ; years ago of rheu- : matism, loss of appetite and general de-. bilitv. J. A. Lindalev. newsagent on the O. E. & N., residenoe Mt. Tabor, Or., in very enthusiastic over the cure of con- formed by Dr. Darrin eight years ago. tie gained go pounds, ana nas Kept it ever sinoe. Mr., Lindsley has great cause for rejoicing. ; Mrs. P. Haves' daughter. Twentieth . t ii . i : l . : u i-t.--. ' niiccb, Jtuibiuiju, jb iJttiJjjy .m tug mil of a large goitre (large neck), of years' standing.' She was restored by Dr. Darrin's , electrical treatment . many ' m T-i r-.iii, . - years ago. lurs. x. rs. nacneia s son, 814 Eleventh street. Portland, was cured . six years ago by ;Dr. Darrin. " His -trouble was discharging ears and deaf ness. Dr. Darrin gives free examination to all and when necessary gives medicine in connection with electricity. The poor to 6; evening, 7 to 8, Sundays, 10 to 13.' Deafness, catarrh, eye, nose and throat, heart, liver, stomach, lung 1 1 1 1 , i i i - n iruuuies, errors oi yoiun, uioou tainis, gleet, impotency, varicocele, hydrocele, and stricture a specialty. All chronic ) male and female and private diseases treated at reasonable rates. No cases published except by permission of the patient. AH business relations, with Dr. Darrin strictly confidential. Let ters of inquiry answered. Circulars and question blanks sent free. Batteries and" belts furnished , when neoessary. Patients when writing please mention . rm cin e n : una pujjur. uiaueu, . ou . muiriauu street. Portland. .' ' . A deposit of earth strontian has been found on Put-in-Bay island in Lake Erie. It is many acres in extent. The nitrate of strontia is of pure white, color. ' - . ; : -. ' Will Get Down to It. It is certainly true that as deeply lmueciaeu as ttie -8018110 nerve is, St. T r:t t .1 . : . unuvuo uii mu gt?b uuwu bu lb nuu uurg it. 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