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About Plattsmouth weekly herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1882-1892 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1891)
ALL HEADY TO MOVE
Arlietieally Decorated Well Filled
With Products of Hebrafcka
Soil Don't Fail to be f
the Station at ;80
rrvn ThurnWV l(lv
THE llEKALD has inutlc a special
etfort to ascertain the exact hour
fvatwhich the advertising tram will
.1 . .1 1. I
V a SpCC'ai IflfJilllMW ttiv .--i-nv
iuBt received from Uniniia tnai
everything is in read-ness aint ttie
'inln ii.itl I.. Om:i'l:l sit 4 ti. III..
arriving here nt 4:30 or probably a
few moments later.
We are reliably informed that the
train as regards decorations ami
g&ieal equipment is a model of
"if-atity and ingenious art rarely ex
celled and on the whole it presents
an appearance fully in keeping
with the resources and capa
bilities of our state.
Trie Casa county exhibit will be
found in the last car of the triiMi,
and all should make a special effort
to view that por'.ion af the dV p's-y
as in many respects Cass conn ys
display surpasses ihat of a.iy odier
I'nimiT TKirlitvnai'mir in the enier-
. j t i -
Samuel AVaugh and II. N. Dovey
will accompany the train from iliis
place. The former goes as the Cass
counfy delegaie. The seleciio.i is a
Mr. Wi)ti!h beitii well
ersed. regarding the needs of Cans
iw.rramirciM snid etc.. a ml
he can impart this information to
thi wonder striker easlerners in a
creditable and convincing manner,
Mr. Dovey goes as a repiesema.ive
of the Siale Cupiness Mens As
soc,iaiion. To the faithful and ef
ficient work of Mr. Dovey in look
ing aflT the inleresis of Cass coiin-
inthe matter great credit is due.
fe. will assist Mr. Waugh m ex.ol-
ng the nier;ts of his count. y
A Wedding ' I
MAKfMtl At the residence of the
bride in this city on die 14th day
of October, 181, John I'hilips
to Mrs. Elizabeth Walker.
The Omaha Lynchers.
Up to date twenty-four warrants
hnvt been issued for the arrest of
the leaders in the recent lynching
affair. Coun.v Attorney Mahoney
apparenl'y, desires fo do his duty
in the matter, even tho' he does
work against a tremendous pub
To Test the Eight Hour law.
At Nebraska Ci.y yesterday Rich
ard Smkh commenced suit against
L. Lev i, by whom the former has
been employed for some time, for
the sum of f."0 alleged due him for
ftira work hh ocr the provision of
the eight hour law. The case will
be walched with interest.
Judge Kussell, of Weeping Water,
our ne::t couny judge, made a
pleasant call at THE HkkALD sanc
tum to-day. Mr. Kussell says that
indications in his section of the
. . r . i I
country point to mi.--... . ... .....
entire republican ticket.
' Grow Sujar Beet.
Sii.r:ir beets of coMossal propor-
. . .i
.ions were enluo.ieu at me tuss
cotiniv fair this fall, and a prom-
ftvnt ffrmaii iarmer testifies that
the sod here is better adap.ed to
theiriiTowih that of Germany where
thev fi'iow p.ofose'y. In view of
this our farmers ure cdiainly af-
forded an excelk'tit opportunity of
encacing in a profitable industry,
The rovernnieut pavs a bounty of
two cen.s per pound upon beet
f suu;ar, bui aside from that the
Vdiversiucat;oii of the farming in
dustrytand the pro'iis accruing
from the sale of beets con Id not fa il
torenumeraie fully for ihe labor
A Pleasant Event.
A jolly crowd of young people
" ' 'l , . , : " I
U.ltlULivv vt f,
( time. The evening was passed!
playing games, in rhetorical exer
cises and music vocal and instru
mental. Before the guests repaired
to their respective homes refresh
ments were served. At 12 o'clock
the company disbanded, all feeling
that the geniality ami hospitality
of the host could rarely be excelled.
The following were present: Misses'
Walker, Alice Murray, Mpllie Bal
ance, Lucile Simpson, (lertrude Hil
ton, Rose Hyers, Mattie Smith,
Kdith Patterson, Clara Green and
Messrs. Wendell Foster.Ilenry Sny
der, Gus Hyers, Kd Stiles, Glen Car
ruth and Tom Miller.
A large delegation of the Masjnic
lodge of this city leaves to day for
Pniou to participate in the burial
of James Chalfant. Sr. The de
ceased has been a member of
the order for many years and is
held in high esteem by the meiu-bers.
The court house is rapidly wear
A. L. Timbliu, of Weeping' Water,
is in tbe city tivilay.
A. C. Loder came in from Green
wood this morning.
The Presbyterian synod of Ne-
bnska i in esBion at 4 Omaha
The merchants of Kagle are
putting in street lamps at their own
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Harstow, who
nt Altontiii. l'a..
. .. . v.
11. c. crimes, who ii.i kit... .m-
past tnree aaya wmi ins wmn), n-u
thiu niorninir for a northern ti ii.
l . I.. O - I,.!. V..rtA..lll
Ciaes 111 r'llillliwil una irmmj
been oran.zed at the nigni school
classes of all stages ot atlvancc-
in..ti will do in.'iini:lilll'tl. thus all
who apply will be accommodated.
Nebraska Citv is excited over the
mysterious disappearance of an old
re 8: .i ent hy tlle name 0f panou. He
is about seventy years old, six feet
tall, has gray nioueiache and beard.
Republican clubs tire being
formed in dilfefCnt Bections of the
siate and tliey are having a telling
elToct upon the moulding of public
opinion in their respective local
Grand Island hotel men have
been badly taken m by an oiJy
toii iiied swindler who worked a.j
advertising fake on them. It is
usually the case when home enter
prises are neglected.
A Serious Mistake
Itjron Clark has been suffering
with a severe cold for several days
and yesterday afternoon, by tnis-
take, he discovered that he had
ta ken ammonia. Jlis condition is
not considered critical, hut he will
probably suffer some inconvenience
for several days owing to the burn
ing of his tongue and throat.
Mrs. Clark and daughter, Rose, of
Heaver City, are the guests of Frank
Mrs. Fred Murphy of Cedar Creek
came in this morning to visit with
Mrs. A. Patlsrson
Mr.Schildknecht, brother of Dr.
riciiiluKnecnt, accompaii.eu uy iiib
wife, left this morning for Norfolk
Hird Critcliiield, accompanied by
his faiher-iii-law, Mr. Hague, who
has been viuiting in the city the
n.ist wee'. lett this morning for
Beatrice and other western points
A Small Blaze
Last evening at 8:15 the, fire alarm
was sounded and in a few moments
hundreds of people were enroute
for the scene of the disturbance
which proved to be the residence of
C. A. Prin lz on the corner of highth
and Kocli streets. The fire had
been placed under control before
the lire company reached the place.
The damage done is triffiiigas only
a small portion of the roof was
It is apparently the work of an
No truth was ever more eon Tine
intrlv proven than has the cheapen
ing of sugar by putting it on the
free list proven mat tnetariit is a
Such argument as the above can
Mot faij t0 HjHj,utit the average
reader. Any intelligent man knows
there is as much difference between
a protective and a revenue tariff as
I., ! t. ' i.i I
i mere is ueiween imju aim nnr
A tariff upon Vest India sugar,
Brazilian coffee or China tea is a
tax, pure and simple, and support-
ers of the projective tariff claim
nothing else. It is for that reason
that the republican par.y provided
in the McKinley bill for their fret
admission into our ports
A proieCvive duty is levied pri
marily for (he purpose of creating
home production of thecommodity
thus rendering us not dependent
upon the foreign monopoly, and
history proves unmistakably that
it has that effect. A tariff levied
upon commodities we cannot pro
duce hut must import is a tax paid
by the consumer, atid a revenue
dutv. A tariff which renders us
capable of breaking the foreign
,.n1 Lopin.v lb.
III lilt IJIlEMIUllIl m aUSl tnA.
Tim New York Sun (dem.) is not
inclined to drwp into the free trade
channel into which its party
drifting. As evidence ot tins we
submit the following questions
which that paper propounds to
Congressman Springer, of Illinois
1. Why has the depression in
agriculture been so severe
And why does it promise to be
lasting in Great Britain, a free trade
.2. Is it the Morrill tariff or the
McKinley tariff that is the cause of
the short crops in Kurope this
3. Why do trusts and monopolies
exist and flourish under the regime
of free trade as in Great Britain?
4. Why have the greatest for
tunes made in the United States
been made outside of the great pro
NEBRASKA ON WHEELS 1
The Desire to Represent 0r
Wealth Fully Realized.
CASH ARTISTICALLY DECORATED.
The Train Charmiim Arraiiyemen
o' the Diply"CM County to
tha Front The Exhibi.
The advertising train of which a
great deal has been said the past
few weeks through the columns of
nearly every paper in Nebraska, ar
rived in the city at 4:45 last evening
enroute for its long pilgrimage
through the eastern and middle
In the neighborhood of 2,000 in
terested spectators had assembled
it the station at this place long be
fore the train was due, all waiting
patiently to get a glimpse of the
train designated to represent the
roducts of Nebraska soil and de
signed to" envelop the cito-ns of the
ist in a halo of amazement and
The train unbraces an engine,
baggage car, two coaches be-
pitles two pullman carjj for the rep
resentatives. The cmrine and
laggage car are furnished, gratu
ituously, by the U. P. The baggage
ir will be used for an office and
repository for the advertising mat
ter to be carried on the trip. Tin
exterior portion is appropriately
though not so profusely decorated
as the cars in which the exhibits
ire placed. These are large pas
senger COaCllfS Willi seats n-iinmu
The nee of the first car was
donated by Fremont Klkhorn A
Missouri Valley K. K. This car is
artistically decorated with corn of
all colors and varieties; it reminds
an observer of a corn palace, on
II srnl.-. Small irniins and
grasses are also used with good ef
feet, and flags, bunting and ban
nera float from the top and
idorn the sides. But the exterior,
embelished as it is, does no-t afford
the observer an adequate concCf
tion of the wondrous capabilities
of our people, a doch a trir
through the car. In this car the
the counties of Box, Butte, Buffalo,
Adams, Holt, Dodge, Hayes, Cum
tiling, Sheridan and Douglas havt
exhibits. The display of each
cotintv occupies a space of 12x10
feet with every available inch well
filled with creditable samples of
everv product that irrows in the
The B. A M. car, if possible, is
even more profusely decorated and
elaborately equipped than the
wther, being completely covered
with corn, grains, grasses, flags,
buntings and banners arranged
with an aptitude rarely excelled
The counties of Merrick, Kearney
Antelope, Burt, Hall, Cass, Polk,
Custer, Boone and Lancaster are
represented in this car.
We were particularly interested in
the display of Cass county and
afler a hasty comparison we were
firmly convinced that it compares
favorably with the displays of other
counties and the exhibit of truit(
beyond question, surpasses any
exhibit on the train. Among the
Cass county exhibitors, K. F. Dean,
of Murray, has apples and beets
and a head of cabbage weighing
Will Murray, Plattsmouih. fifty
ears red and wiiite corn mat are
J. B. Thompson, of Cedar Creek,
has a head of cabbage weighing
twenty-seven pounds, and fifty ears
of giant corn.
Win. Crawford, of Plattsuiouth,
has peanuts, beets, carrots, onions,
okra, asparagus in fact the finest
collection of garden fruit that
can be found in Cass county.
C. Bengen, of rMattsmouth, furn
ishes line specimens of wheat and
H. Kickenhary, a ninety-eight
pound squash; and Mrs. FJikenbary
has a very line collection of canned
W.J. Kooiis, the photographer,
displays a good photograph of the
high school, the Hotel Kiley Hnd
the B. A M. bridge.
V. V. Leonard furnishes a fine
photograph of the court house.
Ivd Somers has a harrel of the
finest apples that could be picked
from a collection of 1000 huhhels.
W. J. Hesser displays some speci
mens of plants that can leave no
doubt as to the possibilities of our
climate in that direction.
II. C. McMaken furnishes a photo
graph of an apple tree whose limbs
support twenty-three bushels of
line appb-H; also, sonm very fine
varieties of apples.
Other displays are made, the
names of the exhibitors of which
we did not learn.
That this enterprise will have the
effect apprehended there can be
,i1'd1,t - A,vanrp a-cnt8 have
aireauy oeen pent ami ntivrriiniiig
matter is being scattered along the
route notifying th- people of the
train and the marvelous ret-otirces
it will represent. The newspapers
in every county through which
they pass will have a favorable
mention of the train, thus turning
I the thoughts of thousands of peo
ple in the direction of Nebraska.
11. IV iMvcy. II. I . McMaken and
Mrs. Samuel YYaugli arc entitled to
special mention for their zealous
and untiring efforts in behalf of the
Cass county exhibit.
The Grand Lodge Knights of
Pythias in sctsiou at Lim'oln elected
the following grand lodge officers
for the ensuing year: Grand Chan
ellor, V. S. Hamilton, Lincoln;
Vice Chancellor, W. W. Conklin,
North Platte; Grand Prelate, V. M
Van Horn, Chadron; Grand Master
Lxchequer, Chaa G. Alton, A ins-
worth; Grand Keeper of Records
and Seal, Harry M. ShaetTer, Lin
coln; Grand Master and Arms G. M.
Wright, Ft. Omaha.
, The Democratic flatly.
f. j fr t . dtiy'i I ::y
Congressman Byuuin, of Indiana
one of the leading democrats in the
country, expounded the tariff idea
as entertained by his party, at the
opera house last evening. '
It wh ralher Hiirpristmr. in view
of the national reputation of the
speaker and the fact that there was
no other attraction in the city, that
the attendance was not greater
Barely two-thirds of the chairs were
Mr. Bynum Is a pleasant speaker
and he delivered probably the bert
free trade speech that it has eve
been the privilege of our people to
hear. The speaker dwelt hint upon
the early tariff legislation. He dis
regarding the fact as taught by
history, that when we depended
imon fonit'ii countries for our
goods that exliorbitant prices wer
charged, ami that since we hav
been able, by Ihe aid of protection
to compete with these coiintnes
(he price to the consumer has grail
uafly been lessened. He also
seemed to think that our laboring
people were ready to be placed
upon a par with the paupers of tin:
The McKinley bill came in for its
full share of abuse, lie would have
us believe that everv provision of
the bill is detrimental "to the farm
ers, because it built a great wall
around the United States." lie
failed to remember that the bill has
opened up markets for the Amen
can fanner never before enjoyed
ami, consequently our imports are
larger, bv far. than ever before. II
admitted, however, that the balance
of trade since the bill became a law
had been in our favor. A great
wall, to be sure!
He ridiculed the idea of manu
facturing tin in Auujica and
claimed that we should still depend
upon the Wales monopoly, contend
ing that those tender-hearted, gei.
erous people would look after the
interest of the American working
man. This may be the democratic
plan but the republicans say that
if we expect to buy tin at reason
able prices we must in the future as
in the past, break the foreign
He admitted that the American
received from fiO to 7.r per cent
higher wages than the British
laborer, but claimed that it was
twice as efficient as that of the old
country, hence the tariff did not
really raise the price of labor, lie
failed to tell us that these
foreign countries manufacture the
finest goods in the world; he did
not remember that when America
desired the services of the finest
workmen she went to foreign
countries for them. Mr.. IS) mini
remembered this, but a mention of
the fact would not serve his purpose.
We would not reflect discredit
upon American labor; for, consider
ing our age and experience we
have made greater strides toward
perfection than any country, but
those foreign countries have the
experience of 1000 years against our
The distinguished gentleman
is a sinoothe speaker, yet he should
give the people of the northwest
credit for being intelligent and in
formed upon these matters which
he is dealing with;and riot withstand
ing his eloquent place for free trade
we notice the lact remains' and all
men know it - that we are much
richer, much happier, much more
prosperous in every respect in these
"calamity" da) s of protection than
we were in that golden period of
democratic bliss when old Jimmy
Buchanan and free trade had full
Hway in "the fiftieh," the period to
which Mr. Byuuin anchored his
trojan boss in starting forth on his
war tin protection. The fact was so
apparent that the democratic party'
mission is to traduce American in
stitutions and the republican mis
niou tochampiou those institutions
that every one leaving that meeting
could not hv.Ip but see it. The ilem-
ocratic liver is out of fix and we see
no way to reorganize it.
Congressman Ilryan made a few
remark upon local issues, eulogi
ring, pri-'cipally. the county ticket.
His ' iw'tt winter" Ivdnerton was not
ven ii!l..ile.l to. Mr. Hiyan's
speech was hort, enthusiastic and
ENVELCfl U IN FLAMES.
The Era Office at ruth Tend Burned.
The intelliirence has been re-
eived that the Fra office at South
Bend wuh burned last Thursday
veiling. It appears that the front
portion of the office had been rented
to Granville Barbee for thennrnose
of having a masquerade ball. The
dancing had just begun when by
accident, a large lnmp was lipped
over resulting in itn explosion I
which nt once set fire to the build-
inc. Ready hands extinguished
the flames before the building was
destroyed but it ts estimated mat
a damage of will be sustained.
It is with regret that we note the
above, as the hra has just launched
upon the waters of Journalism and
to be dashed against me ore auers
so soon is discouraging. The Kdi-
lor J. M. Burge with his accustomed
jiluck and perseverance will go for
ward with his enterprise.
Society Work at High School.
The literary society entitled the
K. (J. Vs." held a very interesting
meeting at the high school yester
I'iK:iy-"Ki!yptl!in IMIkIoii" IiU Smith
Di'biUf- "lltmilved, ilmt ttir. Life of an
Autlit.r tn rreferat.ln to tliat of h I
M:ilt i:in,,.. ..A!til" Ailanm. CiilitKo'ilt'Crl
IteatUhBotKiiiiltlii U.ztr Jac.ii.t!i
The most interesting feature of
the program was the impromptu
debate, Annie Adams taking the
affirmative and Cora Schlegel the
negative. Many favorable points
were brought out on both sides of
the question, but the judges de-
cided that the lifof fliauthor was
preferable to that of a musician.
A Sudden Death.
A telegram was received by Fred
Stnilelnian this morning Ihat Josie,
his daughter, who has been at
Orange, New Jersey, for some time,
died at 4 o'clock ihis morning. Mr,
Static liuari mid family will receivt'
the sympathy of all our people in -
their sudden and sad bereavement
T. B. Stephenson, independent
candidate for district judge, is in
J. A. Basom, of the Murray Ban
ner, came in to hear Lonyrcssuian
Bynum last evening.
Mra. 'W.'N. McLennan is receiving
a ' visit Tioui her brother, who re
sides in Nebraska City.
Weepinj Water Items.
From tlie llfi:bllriiD.
The new corn that has been
brought in looks magnificent.
Louis Aslimun is hard nt work
with Mr. Mills building houses
for the fanners in our vicinity. .
Iliss Minnie treat will leave in a
few days tor Minneapolis, to spend
six weeks or two mouths with rela
Dr. Salisbury is a rustler and l,e
is making votes everywhere he be
comes acquainted. He will fill the
office of clerk of the court with dig
nity and respect.
Williams, the man who was ar
rested for assault with intent to tlo
great bodily harm upon hi Wears,
of Victoria, plead guilty to assault
antl battery and was lined $" and
costs, amountin t to about fCO. The
case was disposed of on Monday.
Wash Davis' hoy and a son of
Geo. Towle ran away from home
last week. They bought tickets for
Nebraska City. Their parent" feel
very bad over the affair but we
think the boys will soon get back,
after finding out by experience
there is no place like home.
From ttif F.:!l.
Mrs. M. F, Wolcott returned from
an extended visit among her peo
ple at Geneseo, 111., last Saturday
evening. Her father, Col. Perry.ac
fompanied her home.
The Nehawka bank made a profit
of ftTi per cent on its capital stock
during the past year. That record
knocks the holders of government
bonds into the shade.
The editor of the Kaglet, at Kagle,
was presented with a peach lat-t
week that measured eight and one
halt inches in circumference. That
peach had more cheek on it than
the editor. It was a Cass county
product raised by Mrs. J. Forsythe.
1 1 it last weeks issue of TllB
IlKKAI.D items taken from the
Kagle were bv mistake credited to
the Kaglet. Thank, Mr. Jingle, for
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorix
Wm Dali ' lick, w fT hrr Ouinrla.
When h wal a Cliittl, ilia crietl dir Cutoria
Whan abe beaame Slat, clung tu Cutr:&,
Ultra ah? bl Cbifctrca, ah ga" thvrn Cw'urlt
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
I'ATktC t.lVK AWAY.
The si hools are flouriHhing.
Sad! The young lady wears
"ihe ring" again.
SeveralJo'Jour teachers are taking
a course in the nilit school.
Miss May Dutton was a visitor at
(he high school one day this w eek.
Miss Biitl, daughter f Rev.
P.ritt, was n pleasant caller at the
I i . i . . ' 1.
Ma w "
II there were u lew more ap
plicants, there would be a class
organized inshort hand and type
writing at the fnicht school. Can t
we have the necessary few?
The high school receives vain
utile instruction and practice in
neiiuiiMisliip.lthat no younir man or
i i -
young lady can afford to miss who
lias an opportunity to attend
i ,). absence of Prof. McClel
. , u ...;,.; pui WiJM ti,Ued upon
. , ., .. wi, rviy a i,oy or
( f ((wt.r ro(,1H Monday.
to Haiiltliat the Htiperintendaut
h;lll mjtllitf to do?
Alunitm John Adams accom
panied by Mr. S. Dempster, an old
friend and school -mate of boyhood
boys across the water, now of Pitts
burgh, ' Pennsylvania, visited at
central building Monday.
The lire alarm sounded nt central
building Friday a. m., and the
house was quickly emptied of all
the pupils from top to bottom.
This practieeiis valuable thing to
.i tititiili iim n fresh air interims.
. 1 ' ., ..,,,. u..r..
sum i. wiw !"' s " -
lire escape, should one ot t nr.
Prof. 1 lalsey has a good class
composed of;the'juniors and seniors
0' tK. liiuh school, in natural
pblloHophy. ' The class very clearly
netllefl, by debate, the proposition,
- Which has the properly of
Mastisity to thegreater degree: air
or water? A question that would
pu.zle the minds of a great many
of the older people of our city.
Miss Laura K'ussel, who has been
htopping at the resilience of A. It.
Knolls, returned to her home at
Weeping Water today.
PHYStCI&uS, SUCTSand SPECIALISTS,
1409 DOUGLAS ST.,
Office hour from 0 a. m. to 8 p. m. HuuiUy
(ruin 1U a. m. Us 1 p. m.
RlxvlnlisU Id Chronic, Nnrrotu, Bkin Rod RUmkI
t gTononltAlInn at office or bj mnll frw.
UmlirlniHi mnt bj mail or extirtwm, wenrolr
pnrlit!, frna from oWrTiUinn. thiiiranNKia to
euro quickljr, nafoljr ami poriiiHnatitly.
Tho moBt wtdi'ly nn.l fiiTomlily known upwiiil
tM iu thn Uuilol Hut. Tlirir Iiiiir tiptrinnri,
romnrknhla nkill anl nnivi-nutl riici-ohh in Uie
trnntmiwit anil cur of N.-rrou", Chronic antl Hur.
Viral I)iwoMi. mititla tlirm amiimiit. plifaician
to the (till cnnnilnncoof tbo alllirtml ovurywhera.
A CERTAIN AND POSITIVE COKE ftrth
awful olivet of curly Tice anil the numoroai evil
that follow in it train.
PRIVATE, BLOOD AND BKIN DISEASES
Vxwlily, completely anil permanently ruril.
NERVOUS DEBILITY AND, SEXUAL DI8
ORDERS yinltl nattily to tlinir skillful trout
menu PILES, FISTULA AND RECTAL ULCERS
iriinrnnuyl rnrtxi without pain or ilt'tuntion
HYDROCELE AND VARICOCELE rrma
mii Uy autl euucmmfully eared in evry cin.
HVIMUMH. OONORHHfKA, GLEET. Hirm
Uirrhil'B, HdmlniU Weaknew, l-ort Mnhood,
Niltht Emianiona, Decayed Karnltine, Kemala
WmkneHS ami all tlelicata dinnrtlrra peculiar to
either twix poitiely rnred, an well aa all fnnc
tional dinorilitro that ntealt from youthful (ollial
or the exeaM ot niatnra yuan.
Ctriptttra Nnarantaetl permnnimtly ennd.
OlllblUlO removal complete, without mt
tinir, caustic or dilatation. Cure effected at
home liy patient without momenta pain
TO YOUNG AND MIDDLE-AGED MEN
ACnr Pliro Tha awful efTecU of early
OUIO VUIC vica which bnnin orgnnic
wnaknt, dintroyuiR both mind and body, with
all iu dreaded ills, permanently cured.
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