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THE RED CLOOD CHIEF.
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JCELISBID EVEET THURSDAY AT
SID CLOUD, VZBKASEA.
BORIN & SPRINGER,
Legal adTfitU: : SaU'r rt.j
Editors avael Prwprlclwr.
"Eternal Vigilance is the price of Liberty? amf $200 a year is the price of the Red Cloud Chief
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RED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO.. NEBRASKA, THURSDAY. DEC. 20, 1S77
JQ.' j, 1 1 paid for ia adraac.
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f&QO ptryaax, Invariably in A&vaiee.
gabxtribeu who do not reeeive their j
eri regularly. Kill confer a favor by notify
ing ur of the fact at onee.
jCerreepondence bo) id tod .from all partiof
Ahe County and Butt, .on.matteri of general
n no ! nr wc responsible for the
vines or opinions of our correspondent.
We do hot publish anonymous letters
and communications. Always gite
Local notices, to insure insertion,
must bt handed in as early as Wed
4.8. Paddock. Beatrice U. S. Senater.
llrii Bannderi. Omaha, U. S. Senator.
Frank Welch Representative
6ILA6 0ARBKR. Governor. Lincoln.
BranoTuchuek. Etc of State.
J. t. TCeiton. Lineoln. Auditor.
J.C. McHride. .. Treasurer.
Geo. II. Roberti. Att'y Uen.
B.R. Thompson. Lincoln. Sup. Pnb Initruc.
dee. B. Like. Omaha. Chief Jutice.
DanMGantt.NebraBkaCity.) ..;,. . tu,
8aaa'l Maxwell. Platamonth 1 A"oc-te J"'
Des Moines Register : During the
last twelve years there has been no
doubt that there would be peace in
the South if the Republican party
could only be thoroughly stamped out.
Peace oow reigns throughout the
New York Tribune: In the long
run, of course, the effect of obeying
the constitution and the laws must be
good ; but the right thing is often done
in the wrong way, aud we cannot say
that the ravishing prospect which the
eye of Mr. Hayes beholds in the
South has as yet opened in its full
brightness to other observers. We
hope ; but let tu not hurrah till we
arc out of the woods.
ROVE FaM, j
erTth. 1877 )
J. A. TuIIeye.
I. H. Jonei.
H. C. Kill.
A. A. Pope.
C. C. Coon.
W. E. Thorn,
i. w. Kail.
I. H. 1
rnvKcn n I RECTORY.
Rev. J. T. Milkkb. will preach on the 2nd
Sabbath of each month at 11 A M.
Rr. flao 0- Ykthkb the first Fnbbath at 11
A. M and the 2nd Sabbath evening
Rev. J. w. Tryf r. the 4th Sabbath at II
A. M.. r.nd the 3rd Sabbath evening.
Rev.C. Rbili.t. prcuchcis the IrtSahbnth in
the month at l.i!l School b.,uc-; at 101-2
A M. and at Red Cloud at 7 I'. M. 2nd Sab
katb at Hummel'? at 10 1-2 A. M. and at Pen
cey Creek at 3 P. M. 3rd Sabbath at Red
Cloud a: 11 A. M. and nt Cbnpin'f at 3 P. M.
4ih Sabbath at Ga de Rock, at 11 A. M. and
r.t Elm 're.k nt3P. .V.
Hnbbath School every Sabbath morning
at 10 a. m. Clorcs nt 11.
C. W. SrRixoEB. Supt.
BiKn or Horn niuets every alternate Than
day evening at r:30 r. u.
Exchange: Congress adjourned to
day to meet again Thursday, January
10th, 1878 ; this being the holiday re
cess, toofct . f the members will re
turn during the recess to the bosorua
of their families and constituents.
Senator Paddock, whose family is
with him in Washington, will visit
Nebraska on business, and Senator
Saunders, whose family has just joined
him in Washington, will make a busi
ness trip to New York, and will not be
able to visit his constituents.
ArrlTnl ad Bepnrtare ef Mai la
from (he ftod Cload P.O.
Uabtivrs leaves Mondny, Wrdnwday.'.and
Fridays nt 7 a. ui. TueiJiiy. Thursdays
and t'a'urdej' at Sum. Arrives every
day at " 30 j. tu.
UgTi"n leaves Monday? and Thurdnyii at
7 a. ai.. irraec Wednesday? and Saturday
at ' i. bi.
Ftmiux. going east. Holiday and Thurs
day! at 2 t. m. Cuing wut Tuefdiiy aud
yridyi ui 9 a m.
Jjiwki.l KntiruF. leaves Tuwdiiy. Thur.sdays
and Saturdays at S a. ni., arrive Mondays.
Wednefdaje and Fridaji? at 6 re.
Susbxl. Kana". liave modiUjh. Wednes
day and Friduys at 7 a- m.. arrives Tues
day!, Thuray ana Sundays at 6.p. m.
Ofice open from 12 in. until 1 i. in. Sundays.
AH regixtenuf matter miMt be in -y 7 30 p m
Mi nev UrJor busitieim cliuca at 7 1-2 p. m.
o oruera is?uorf on Sunray.
-V. U.McNitt. P. M.
Chicago Com. Advertiser: Four
freight trains running over the St. Joe
& Denver railroad are insufficient to
move the wheat crop of the Blue and
Republican and Solomon valleys in
Kansas and Nebraska, tributary to
that road. At Edger, Neb., 85 car
loadtt are awaiting shipment, and the
grain houses at Fairfield, Carleton,
Belvidere and Alexandria, Neb., are
crowded to their utmost capacity. The
"American Deaert" is rolling up big
Indiana Journal : When words
have no effect, try something else. I
navo no rclerenoe to sods or stones.
Let me illustrate: A teacher who
had a certain half-hour devoted to
oarnest study by every pupil in the
room, not wishing to disturb by speak
ing to the few indolent ones, nroM)
aud wrote on the board, "Somebody
is not studying." Those who watched
the writing took the hint. Another
teacher, who was explaining to a class
in the frout of a room the subject of largest yield of barley was 60 bushels
p r centnee, was annoyed by seeing!,- ,i, ... i n i 4 u e
four of her best pupils noisily whis- ,0 th be Iargest y,eld of oats
pering, instead of uring the time for 90 busheta to the acre ; the heav
iudependent stud'. She at once pro-1 icst run we made in one week or in
helg, as fol-
bushels of barley and 1,175 bushels of
oats. In 2 1-4 days actual run we
Maple Grovk Faem,
Me. EditoE : Dear Sir: Again
I will endeavor to drop a few lines and
give you a short history of how things
are progressing in this vicinity. Times
are a liula dull, or rather hare bees
for the past few days, on account of
the cold and wintry weather; but for
the past day or two things are about
as lively a usual . Farmers arc bisjly
eogaiam m fcaakwf oorm ut gatmf
wood. Corn turns out some better
than we expected, and U of a good
sound quality, although none ef the
farmers in this vicinity are through
hulking yet, aad most of them will
not get through before the last of this
month. Stock is looking well and do
ing well. Owing to the low price
of pork some of the farmers are getting
hog cholera, or hog sickness, or sick of
hogs, or something of that sort, but
it is no use growling now we have got
the bogs and the com to feed them.
Pork at 2 1-2 to 3 ceuts per pound,
pays 25 cents per bushel for earn aad
no corn to haul to market. Farmers
would be better off if they would nev
er sell a bushel of corn for less than
As we are now through with thresh
ing, and the machine under shelter, I
will give you a slight idea of the busi
ness done with my thresher this season.
We commenced the 1st of Augustand
made a run of 51 days; during the
season the gross carniug of ibe ma
chine is $664.50. I threshed 16,056
bushels of grain, as follows: 9,900
bushels of wheat, 3.482 bushels of
oats, 2,612 bushels of barley, and 62
bushels of flax seed. Wheat averaged
23 1-4 bushels to the acre, oats aver
aged 44 bushels to the acre, barley av
eraged 25 bulicls to the acre and flax
reed 12 1-2 bushels to the acre. The
H bSlNESS DIRECTOR Y
Atttrnty, jit Uw
J. S. GFilharn.
A lor AT4-AW.
B IT 77 Practice U R
RED CLOUD, - - 4
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
and U. S. CommissioMr.
m Collection Promptly Attended to
OFFICE ONE DOOR
SOUTH OF BAUM'3 STORK
Re. Clffttd. "
A book containing a list of towns in
the U. S. having 5.000 pop., and the
newspapers haviog largest circulation
AD the Uelie ious. Agricultural, Scien
lif c, and other special clats josraate.
Tables of rates, showing cost of adver
tising and everything which an
advertiser would like to know.
Mailedon receipt of ten cent. Address
6EQR6E P. RtwEUA CO., 10 5sr.es
St N. Y. (opposite fTribune" build-taf.)
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-
y$ at law. Juniata Nebraska. Will
iractice in all the Courts of the State.
'roinpt atteution given to all basis
entrusted to his care. Office oa the
east side Juniata Avenue. July 1 7
Geo. W. Sheppard,
Aft. B.f-M.R.R. Land.
C. W. KALIY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
AND SEAL SSTATSAwXITTS.
Will practice in all tk Courts in
this State and Northers Kansas.
Collections promptly attended to and
Correspondence solicited. c.
Red Cloud, Nebraslca.
pounded to her class this example: 5 1 2 days, was 2,928 bus
"If 40 pupils are seated in a room, 'in-.. . i nnn ynXoU r ,
and 4 of the Iareeht and oldest there' ow! 1,00 husheh of
are foolishly wasting their time in
talking, what per cent, of all are do
ing what they know to be right? '
Everybody knew that the emery was
put for a double purpose. The class
were amused, the teacher looked se
rious, and the talking stopped.
Uid Ciz-uu Lios. No. C4 I 00 P
t niceU every Naturdav night in
the .Vasonic Hall, ifemberi of
other Lotfroe are cordially inviteif
tu attend. A. J. .Wkixks N. ti.
J. D. Lbacb Hoc'y.
A F. Sc A HI.
CnmiTy Lnnna No. .S3 Red Cloud.
Heb.meeU Fricay evenings on or be
fore full moon.
1. 11. HaMFTk W. M.
BT H. H. a
Serious trouble is anticipated on ac
count of the Chinese on our western
coast, and the matter is receiving
much attention from the President
awd his Cabinet.
We learn from the Guard that the
postofficc at Bloomington was robbed
a week ago last Saturday night, of
five regibtercd letter?, the contents of
which are not known. Other letters
of value wero overlooked. The bur
glars did their work so well that no
clue is known of them or their where
Matters in the East seem more rit
ical for Turkey every day. Servia has
declared war against Turkey; the
Russian army having Plevna, are now
Advancing on Erzeroum. The British
consul has left Erzeroum with all the
archives of the consulate, and it is
thought (another idea which we
doubt) that England will declare war
When we read history we are apt to
look on the men who carried our
country through its trials and troubles
as great political heroes. We have
looked on the United States Senate
especially as a body which enrolls
among its members the taircat, the
noblest, the wisest, and most talented
of American mind.-. But when we
think of how the great destroyer of
rich and poor, the high and the lor,
is culling from its ranks just such as
we have described, and seethe material
that is taking their place, we fail to see
anything to admire, much less to honor
in the character of many of our
Jaw-makers. Gamblers, murderers,
political shyEters, millionaires without
regard for country, independents, who
have not the moral courage to be upon
either side in a party question, are
filling the honorable seats, and per
sonifying dignity and talent for an
American Senate. They are a blot
and a shame upon us as a nation, and
fail to reflect either credit to their con
stituents or honor to themselves. Let
us hope that our public men will not
deteriorate ia ability or dignity, but
that the honor which is supposed to
cluster around., men in the national
poancilf, may he increseeJ.
For the Red Cloud Chief.
Parental love, or that of a child,
Hath stronger claims on me than mate ;
In that 1 am with grief most wild,
Lest ill befall when out so late :
Oh, may I never know the shame
Proceeding from a child's disgrace ;
Revealing oft, a parent's blame.
Oh, such deep ill I could not face
Give me, Oh God, from thy great store,
Euough of wisdom's grace to keep
Near to Thee, the ohild I've bore,
Imbued with love for virtue deep.
Turning now from love to child,
I'll speak of that for pets likewise,
Varyinc from the tame to the wild,
Embracing birds of every sixe ;
Near to the base and back of head,
Embiacing social feelings strong,
Secure I lie, by love ever fed ;
So let me stay where I belong.
The Week of Praysr.
The U. S. Branch of the Evangeli
cal Allianoe, have adopted the follow
ing programme tor the week of pray
er, January 613, 1S78.
SABBATH, JANUARY 6TH.
Sermons: Christian union per
fected. Rev. vii, 910.
MONDAT, JANCART 7TH.
Prater and Praise : Remem
brance of personal and relative mer
cies. Prayer for Divine blessing on
past privileges, and for an humble and
TUESDAY, JANUARY 8TH.
grayer: For the Church of
lnnst in all iandd ; for its dehveraioe
from error, for increase of faith and
holiness, and in power as a witness for
the Lord Jesus Christ ; for the grace
and guidance of the Holy Spirit
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY IlTH.
Peaykr: For Christian families
for sick and afflicted members; for
children at school, and for all youth in
our colleges and seminaries of learn
ing ; for young men entering upon the
sctive business of life, and for those
abroad ; for our sons and daughters
openly confessing Christ
THURSDAY, JANUARY lOTH.
Prayer : For nations for rulers,
magistrates and statesmen ; for the
army and navy, for all benevolent and
philanthropic institutions; for relig
ious Jioerty and for the opening of
aoore "wide and effectual ' for pub
lishing the gospel, and for the reign of
nghteousccEs and peace.
FMDAY, JANUARY IlTH.
Prayer: For Christian missions
to the Jews and Gentiles ; for Sunday
Schools, and for the Divine blessing
on all Christian efforts to spread the
glad tidings of the gospel of salvation.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 12TH.
. "f. or the cxrooiauoD of
ine Diwei tor tne obsemnee of the
baobath; for the removal of intem
peraaee ; for the rescue of the fallen :
for the safety of those who travel k4
land and by water.
SABBATH, JANUARY 13TH.
Sermons :r Christian lift. "Let
your hght shine." Matt v. 10.
threshed 1,268 bushels of grain, as
follows: 715 bushels of wheat, 183
bushels of barley and 370 bushels of
oats. The barley and oats were all
threshed in half a day. This Ust was
done at R. L. McCune's, 4 miles
north of Red Cloud. Gras wheat
yielded the best and is the best wboat
for a farmer to sow, and there are four
reasons why it is so. It takes less to
sow an acre of gronnd ; it yields more
to the acre ; it is easier threshed, and
brings the highest price in market I
have raised the grass wheat for fuur
years, and have raised three other va
rieties in the same Geld, namely : the
Scotch fife, red chats and White Si
berian, and the grass wheat has yielded
more to the acre than either of the
three other varieties, and I sowed 11-2
bushels of seed of the other varieties
and sowed one bushel to the acre of
grass wheat, tc. Enough for this
time. Yours truly,
D. S. Helvern.
P. S. I would just say to those of
my patrons who have already paid
their thresh bill, thanks for small fa
vors, and larger ones in proportion ;
and to those who have not yet paid up,
to come forward and settle, aud oblige.
D. S. II.
W. N. RICHARDSON, J. A. TULLEYS
Richardson & Tulleys.
SEAL ESTATE & COXCTINS AGENTS
Will buy and sell Real EUte on Commis
sion, and pay taxes for non-rosidents.
Special attention given to collections. Cor
respondence solicited. All letters of inquiry,
or on business promptly answered.
AN ADDRESS TO THE SICK.
Do you want to purify the sy?tenj?
D yoa want to get rid of biliousness?
Do you want something to strengthen
Do yDu want a good appetite?
Do you want to get rid of nervousness?
Do you want good digestion?
Do you want to sleep well?
Do you want to build up your consti
tution? Do you want a briak and vigorous
feeling? If you do,
Sole pror rietors Simons' Liver Reg
DILLON & COLE.
Are now prepared to bay
and other grain, and pay the highest
cash price for the same.
RED CLOUD, - -
J. B. SiiiTn.
II. W. Prkkr. S.C.Smith.
I warranted not
to contain a ."incle
particle of -Mercu
ry or any injunou
but is PUKKLY
and berb. which
an all-wiie irovi-
donc ha placed in
They aUo have a full stoek of gesjeral
HA rs. CAPS.
BOOTS SHOES, &C.
which they are offering at prioss that
are bound to suit their ewttoment.
REMEMBER THE PLACE,
east rade of Juniata Avenuo,
JUNIATA - - - NEBRASKA
Came the large ae4 sat comrWt ai4 of DRY LUMHKKof a
kiaJs, for Bmliiag. Rn4g. aJ ginl pmtm, now ta aav 7ari ia
Nehrmta. " r
oi&ra!k'f DOORS, WINDOWS. JIUNDS. RUlLDlu PA
rKR At. i seaqaakd.
Owsjofjrw mmUrhwda, saw e4 plalawf mile. Wcats
pectai raueo sretcnt five, us a chaw tr
any yatw m is me or atfcrmeaa. Gtvt aa a
Ismao IftDloyt Agi.
It not easily eat Bed in tfc&e tiaa
can be made in three noalka
oyone of either sex. ia any
part of the country who u willing to work
teadily at the employment that wa furnlnh.
Sfi par week in your own town. You can give
your whole time to the work, or only your
'I're moments. WehaveagrnU who arema
kicK over '2 per day. All who engage at
trice ran make money fat. At the pretest
time money cannot be made o eerily aud rap
idly at any other kuinea. It eeeie But big
to try the buines. Term end 16 outSt free.
AddrcM at once, II. IIaLLKTT A Co..
5-1 ly Portland. Mai Be.
(Successor to SMITH BROS.)
Hon. A S Pjtorncg. TJ 8 Sen.. C. O. DoistT.
Jambs Eulih. New York. H. W Paikbb
Elwab Fillbt. Jo.ESmitb.
4-45 Sam'l C. Smith.
Omaha Republican : The Union
Pacific and the Colorado Central man
agements have combined their ener
gies. After the present month all the
bullion turned out in the northern
part of the state will be sent east over
the Colorado Central and the Union
Pacific. Heretofore it has been sent
to Denver and from there shipped east
over the Kansas Paci6c The con
tract of that road will expire on the
st dayot December and thereafter
Colorado gold and silver will be sent
north over the Colorado Central and
east over the Union Pacific.
-"Rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains,
and bruises will be relieved by Uncle
Sam's Nerve and Bone Liniment, sold
R. R. Shertr and C. H. Potter.
S. V. Iiudow
Is now prepared to do all kinds ofwor
The best of materials unid, and al
Done on short notice and at reasonable
Shop is MeNirr's Store.
Ret Cloasj, Nefcrtfk'a.
JL W. TUM.EYS,
U. S. Pension Surgeon.
Office two doors south of the Court
EEDCLOTO - yEBSASXA.
Physician and Surgeon.
19" Particular attention given
TO DISEASES PECULIAR TO Fe MALES.
Office and Btdaenee five miles east of
fttdClcai Hear Elm Creek Iffllx.
RED CLOUD FURNITURE
JAS. CALVERT, Proprietor.
Deals extensively in all kinds of fur
niture, such as Bureaus, Beadsteads,
tables, Chairs, Mirrors, and in face
everything to be found in a first-class
GIVE HIM A CALL.
Red Cloud, - - - Neb.
iujKnii lb Soitut
Particular attention given to shop
work, and coffins made to order.
sPainting a Specialty."
Shop west of Richardson's building.
ESSGLOTO, - KE3.
B.C. JONES PROPRIETOR.
Stage leaves Hastings for Red
Clwad, Smith Center. Barr Oak and
points south, oa Moodav. Wednesday
and Friday, at 8 o'clock A M re
turning on alternate days. Passengers
carried at reasonable rates. Offices
Smith's Book Store, Uaetings and
Valley House Red Cloud. 5-15 ly.
cui.ntriM where Liver rife.o.c mi.t prevail.
IT WtLM CL'BR Al. P1SKA8KS CAUSED T.T UCK
ANQCMBfTT OF THR LIVER AMI RoWELS. RUO
CHILLS A ND FEVER.
SIMONS Liver Refalafr
Is emiueutiy a Family Medicine :
and by being kept ready for immedi
ate resort will save many an hour of
suffering add many a dollar in time
and doctors' bills.
After ovor Forty Years' trial it
still receiving the most unqualified tes
timonials to its. virtues from persons
of the highest character and responsi
bility. Eminent physicians commend
it as the most
For constipation, headache, pain in
the shoulders, diziness, sour stomach,
Bad taste in the mouth, Bilious at
tacks Palpitation of the heart, Pain in
the region of the kidneys, Desponden
cy, Gloom aud foreboding of evil atl
which are the ofisping of a diseased
COLIC IN CHILDREN
For children complaining of colic,
headache, or sick stomach, a teaspoon
ful or moro will give relief. Children-
as will as adults eat sometimes too
much supper or eat something which
does not digest well producing nmr
stomach, heartburn, or restlessness: a
good dose of Liver Regulator will give
relief. This applies to persons of all
ages. It is the cheapest purest aad
best FaaiU Medicine in the world!
IT BAS NO EqUAL
Thousands lead miserable lives,
suffering fromdyspepsia a disordered
stomach and liver, producing bilious
ness, heartburn, costive oes. weakness
r regular appetite, low spirits, raising
ood after eating, and often ending in
atal attacks of fever. They know
hey are sick yet get little sympathy,
the unfailing remedy to prevent these
tafflictions and restore health is Simons
MaNUFaCTURZD ONLY BT
J. H. ZELLIN & CO..
Price, $1,00. Sold by all druggists.
30 Mixed Cards, with name, 10 ets
Samples for 3-ct. stamp. J. Minker
a Co. Nassau, N. Y.
Great chaneeto make money
ii you can.tKetgomyoa
pcrton in every town to take fubecrinlioaa
get greenback!. We nee4 a
for the larseat. oheapent and bet UatrtmA
laruily publication m the world. Any oae
can becom a tnccessful agent. The noit ele
gant work of art given free to subscriber.
The price ie to low that almot everybody
ubcribe. One aent report making over
tltt in a week. A lady agent reooru tak
ing ovar 400 rubtcriben in ten dayi. All
who engage aiakevB)ooey faj'. Yoa eaa de
vote all your tin. e to the baaiaeej. or only
your epare time. Yoa seed not be away
from borne overnight. Yoa eftn de It a
others. Full pariealrn diree ioaand terse
free. Elegant aad exaeative Oatttfree. If
you want profiUrble work eead yoaraddreee
at onee. It eoeu aothia to try the basiaees.
No one who engage failt to stake great aay.
Addreee "The l'eople'i Journa! Portland.
BLACKSMITH AND WAGON
HAMPTON & RALSTON.
hot en the
work in their lis
Tfce aadcraicaed havinr mnre.J tn Kir
side of Webster Street, are now prepared to do
oi shaft notice aad rood at via.
AH Wtrk Warrtntei.tt 6ivt?Sitiafactrt.
etror . tUp4Jm for ptet patresMM aad
rewpwotfally soliat a eontiauaace of the same -"
Be. CleuH. """"I ?0' .?
J. Q. PotUr has just received the caest aatortmenl o!
Wm xnnh M
A VEOETABLE PRPARATION, iaV
vented in the 17th century by Dr.
William Grace, Surgeon in King
James' army. Through its ageacv he
cured thoTisands of the most serums
sores and woaadr, aad was regarded
by ail who kaew him a pwblie ewaefao
tor. 25c. a box' by mail 30c. For sale
by druggiets generally.
Address Seth Fowle & Sons, Bokm
For reading elaba, for Amateir
theatricals, temperaace plays, drawisx
room pkys, feiry plays, Ethioasaa
plays, raids hooks, speakers paata.
mines, Tableaux lights, magwesiam
lights, colored fire, burnt cork, Theat
rical face preparations, Jarly's wax
works, wigs, beards, and moustache
at reduce prices. Coatomers, fceaery
charades. New catalouge seat free
contaiainr full deecriptioB and prisma
SAM'L FRENCH & SON, 122 Nas
sau St, New York.
25 gilt-edged cards, no two alike,
with name 10 eta. post paid. Fel
lows a Co.. North Chatham, N. Y.
u ocyosd comparisoa the best remedy
for the cure of consumption evea ia
its most advanced (stages) Asthma,
bfoachit. Catarrh, and all eVraare
ments of the Nervows system. A eir
calarcowcaisiag oartiewlars of maay
cases soccessfally treatad. fall advice
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