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The divorced wife of a Bonanza inil-
llonairo recently caino to a mournful
death , principally from taking chloral ,
which uiiButtlcd her mind and demoral
ized her whole physical system. She
had been weakly and ailing : , f l felt
her need of something to drown her
sorrows and brace her up. Had she
taken Brown's Iron Bilter.-j she would
have been invigorated so that she could
have fought her sorrows off , and en
joyed healthy life. This valuable medi
cine cures general debility , tones the
nerves , strcnthcns the muscles and aids
Mr. Gladstone would like nmadstono that
Will euro IlusHlan hydrophobia.
* Sf m Absolutely BSBB
JFrep from Opiates , JJtnctlca anil JL'olsons.
A 'PROMPT , SAFE , SURE CURE
For CoiigUm , Sore Throat , IIour cnci , Influenza ,
I Cold * . Bronchitis , Croup , AVIioopInc Con h ,
! . - Aitlimn , Qulnij- , Pains in Client , and other
affections ofth * Throat and IjiinsR.
Price 50 cents a bottle. Sold by UrnceUtu nd Deal-
J ers. forties unable to induce their dealer to promptly
get It for them tclll receive two lottletEtprcsa c/iargea
paldt by sending one dollar to
TIIE CHAHLES A. TOHELrit COIIIMXY ,
Bolo Ownen cuil lUnuhcturer * .
Jialtlmorp , liarland , IT. R. A.
Needing renewed strcncth , or who Buffer from
Infirmities peculiar to their sex , should try
This roedicino combines Iron with pure Tegctablo
tonics , and is invaluable for Diseates peculiar to
Women , and all who lead sedentary lives. It En
HchcH and Purifies the Blood , Stimiikites
the Appetite , MrenstbenH the Muxdcs and
Ner\-cs in fact , thoroughly InvicorntcB.
Clears the complexion , and makes the skin smooth.
It does not blacken the teeth , cause headache , or
produce constipation all other Iron nrdici.teM do ,
Mns. FlJZAHETn BAIBP. 74 Farwell Ave. . Milwau
kee , Wia. , says , under date of Dec. 26th. 1884 :
"I have used Brown's Iron Bitters , and it hafc been
more than a. doctor to me. having fcured mo of the
\reakness ladies have in life. Alf o eurcd me of Liv
er Complaint , and now my complexion is clear and.
cood. lias bfeen beneficial to my children. "
Genninohas above trade mark and crossed red lines
cn wrapper. Take no oilier. Made only by
BEOWft CRKMIOAL CO..ItAI.TttlOKE , MD.
L/iDIEK1 / HAND BOOK useful and attractive , con
taining list of pnres for recipes , information about
coins , etc. . piven away by til dealers in medicine , cr
mailed to any address on receipt ofc. . Etamp.
DOES WQfiBlftFUl S0
LIVER COMPLAINTS of
AND KIDNEY DISEASES , lur
They cleanse the system of the pclsonoug SU
humors that develop In Kidney and Urinary En
Diseases , Biliousness. Constipation , Rheuma
tism , Neuraljria , Nervous Disorders and all tai
They prevent the eroTFth to serious illness lai
of a dangerous class of diseases that becia thf
in mere trivial ailments , and ore too apt to. lur
bo neglected as such. They cause free action
of all the organs and functions , thereby
CLEAIVSIIV6J TKE J53.OO1 > . ro. 47
Btorlng the normal powers to throw off disease" coi
THOUSANDS OF CASES enl
of the worst forms of those terrible diseases St
have boon quickly relieved , and In short time
perfectly cured , by the use of Mops nisd. raj
JriAJLXKittcrB. AH druggists keep them. adi
Recommended by physicians , ministers , and bei
nurses , and in fact by everybody who has giv ton
en them a peed trial. They never fall to bring
relief. HOPS & MALT BITTERS CO. , Detroit , Ira
Ail Sorts of wh wh
hurts and many sorts of ails of
man and beast need a cooling Fro
lotion. Mustang Liniment.
CREAM BALM she
Cleanses the Head.
Allays Inflammation. teen
Heals the Sores. Re her
stores the Senses of ion
Taste.Smell.nearlng. | of
A. POSITIVE CDKE. em
Cream Balm in chi
hasgainedan enviable renu"
tationwherever known.dU" luti
placing all other prepara sol
tions. A particle U applied
Into each nostril ; nppatn ; F1FW
cgreeable to use.
1 Prlce50c.bymalloratdrucsisu. Ssnd forclrcula- poi
ELY BUOTHE15S. Drusjlsts , Owe go. K. T. vay
In order to enrich
the blood , and thus the
Impart fresh vlgorto
an enfcelilfdsygtcm , ng
stimulate ttagglUK dust
digestion -with the
national invlgoraut. band
Hitters , which , by lu- goc
fuslnp energy into and
the operations of the
stomach , promotes. hay
E = f nay. insures thor- litu
: - otipli dlie&tfoa and
"assimilation , and of-
consequent nut rl- ofMr
tion. A gain to ap- Mr
pctlte.igor and the
Jlcsh. is Invariably
found to follow a living
counc of this deserv
edly , popular tonic
which Is , moreover , a
reliable preventive G
of malarial fevers.
Vor sale by all Drug ances
gists and Dealeri ftes
"Slio Case of Seney , the Now York Bi
Ban ] ; . Prasidcnt-Spaoalatora Wlio BoW
New York Letter in Utioa norala.
What an iru 4anco of the ups anil
downs of lifo is found in George I.
Senoy. It is hardly a year since the
press was eloquent in his praise. He
he built churches , assisted colleges
ar endowed a hospitable. Hence his
fame as n benefactor had extended from
America to foreign lands. It now ap
pears , however , that his greatest -work
was the destruction of the Metropolitan
ba , of which he was President ,
th bank had a capitil of $3,000-
000 and the shares were at one
time quoted .at GO per cent , above
par. Now , however , the Metropolitan
has gone out of existence ruined by the
man that should have been its guardian.
It is really n case of robbery , for he was
not placed at the head of that bank for
the purpose of investing its funds in
paper railroads. Seney's splendid house
is in the hands of his creditors. His
picture gallery is to bo offered at
auction in a few weeks , and his
niodo of life at $50,000 a year is
changed to poor folks' scrhnpage.
Such is the conditfon of the man who
last ; year was one of the kings of li-
Seney could not content himself with
th mere routine of banking. His
an craved distinction. Ho want
ed to bo a railroad king , and hero
he is a ruined man , spreading a wide
train of ruin for o'thers. The worst
feature in this general wreck is the loss
of character. The former philanthropist
is now charged with swindling. This ,
in fact , is the basis of the action
brought against him by John S. Stanton -
ton in the Brookly court. How strange
itrat seems that this disclosure is to bo
made in that very city which once con
sidered him one of its highest honors.
Stauton is a holder of Ohio Railroad
bonds ( Eiver Division ) which were
issued by the road to Seney and his as-
sociates. The amount was $5,000,000 , ,
and the object was the finishing of the
track , including a bridge , which would
give an important outlet. The plaintiff
now intends to prove that Seiiey , instead
of using these bonds for the above pur
pose , turned them to private benefit.
Ho and his bank were heavily loaded
with other bonds of the same road , and ,
in order to shove them off on the un
suspecting ! public , he paid the interest '
on them , and thus kept up quotations
until they had unloaded as far as possi
bh . The special issue of $5,000,000
was thus absorbed , and the improve
ments for which they were intended are
untouched. Hence the plaintiff brings
action , and if a verdict be obtained
against Seney there is enough fraud to p.
render him liable to imprisonment.
cessful stock speculator , is now insane ,
and it would not be surprising if Seney
should reach the same unfortunate con
dition. General Eagan has jnsfc died at
the Ward's Island Asylum , and so has
Di Shine , late surgeon of the elevated
roads. : Ward's Asylum is the "Bedlam"
this city , and it may bo added that
this term , so often applied to lunatic
asylum , is merely a corruption of Beth
lehem , which was the name of the old to
est establishment of the kind in Eng
land. Insanity is rapidly increasing , if
and the Ward's Island institution must
soon be enlarged. The ratio in this coun lie
try is one in 750 , while in England it is r
one in 783. The total number of lunatics
tic ; in Europe and America is 189,402 ,
whom 14.0,007 are confined in asy
lums. What an immense number to be stu
supported ] by charity ! Of this number , da
England contains 30,261 and the foe
United States 37,382. Scotland con bri
tains 4,571 , while poverty-stricken Ire blc
land , whose population is not double ma
that of Scotland , is burdened with 10.194 ? n
lunatics. The earliest medical writer on ly
this subject was Hippocrates , who lived vei
470 ( B.C. Lunatic asylums , however , are
comparatively modern. There are sev am
enty-four lunatic asylums in the TJnited mo
States ! , and to show how this disease sur
rapidly follows civilization , it nlay be SW
added that institutions of this kind have del
been required in Oregon and Washing caj
territory. The number of pauper nol
lunatics in this city is 1G'20 , of wlioni
fcwo-tliirds are females. There is an asy TVO
lur for each sex , and both institutions
crowded to an unwholesome and
unsuitable : degree. The increase of in
temperance and other vices indeed InC
leads to a degree of mental malady dress
which may awaken us to the danger ingr.
She Cost Her "Weight in Gold. tvoi
From the Tncson Stir. the
Airs. Jesus Castro , an aged Mexican CO7
lady , now residing at American Flag , me'
the Santa Catilina mountains is sun
, per ind
haps ] the only woman who , literally use
speaking , ever cost her husband her whi
weight : in gold. It is said that in the the
early gold-digging dajs of California as
was a resident of Sonora , in which gistTl
state she was bora and grew to woman pay
hood. < When about the ago of seven payI
a paternal uncle , but a few years hold
senior , returned with his compan irri
, gold-laden , from the El Dorado Yet
the west and became desperately are
enamored of her. He sought her hand that
marriage i and was accepted , but the the
church refused , because of the near re stoi
lationship existing between them , to vor
solemnize the marriage. and
Persuasion being in vain , he tried the cen
power of gold to win the church his all
; , and succeeded only by the pay allG
of her weight in gold. She at of h
time weighed 117 pounds , and
against her in the scales the glittering Fli
; vas shoveled. Her afiianced hus chlpiM
still had sufficient of this world's ing1
goods to provide a comfortable- home V
they were married. They lived BRO
happily together and she bore to hei oft cdy
liusband eleven children. In the course Price
years he died and she married again , PC
. Castro being her second husband , paper
above is a fact and not fiction , aa G
witnesses can prove. phyi disc
The University of Oxford has appli up t
for printing books in 150 langua unfiA
and dialects. A
A Sad Death.
In Philadelphia recently nfc a coron
er's inquest over the body of a child ,
the jury returned a verdict that deatli
was ! caused by the administration of &
patent i cough .S3'rup , containing mor
phia. Dr. Sam'l K. Cox , of Washing
ton . , gtatcs that not one cough medicine
in ten is frco from this objection. After
careful analyses and practical tests ho
endorses Kcd Star Cough Cure as being
purely vegetable , absolutely free from
opiates l : , poisons and narcotics. Ho re
gards ' it as a most happy and valuable
The Finding of Grcely.
"Tho launch whistled frequently as
she steamed along , and we kneTv affcr-
wards that the sound was heard by
those who lay in the lent , which was
partly blown down. Bainard and Long
succeeded in creeping out from under
its folds and crawled to the top of a
hill near by. from which was visible the
coast toward Cape Sabiuc. At first
nothing was seen by them ; and Brain-
: ird returned to the tent , telling br the
silent despair of his face that "there
was no hope. " The survivors discussed
the probable cause of the noise , and de
cided that it was the wind blowing
over the edge of a tin can. Meanwhile
Long higher the hill and
* i r- l * w l 3 up
watched attentively in the direction
from which the sound had apparently
come. A small black object met his
gaze. It might be a rock , but none
had been seen there before. A thin
white cloud appeared above it ; his cor
caught the welcome sound , and the
poor fellow knew that relief had come ,
in the ccstacy of his joy he raised the
signal Hag , which the gale had blown
down. It was a sad , pitiable object
the back of a white ilannel undershirt ,
the leg of a pair of drawers , and a
piece of blue bunting tacked to an oar.
The effort proved too much for him ,
and he sank exhausted on the rocks. It
was enough for the relief party ; they
saw him , whistled again , and turned infer
for the shore with all possible speed.
Long rose again , and fairly rolled down
the ( hill in his eagerness to meet them.
The , launch touched the ice foot , and
the relief party hurried towards him.
The ice-pilot of the Bear reached him
first ; , spoke a word of cheer , and asked
him where Greely was. Ho informed
of the location of the tent and the state
of the party. They hurried in the di
rection indicated , and soon reached the
tent , while' Mr. Lowe took Long off to
the < Bear.
"In reply to our ice-pilot's question ,
'Is that you , Grcely ? ' a feeble voice re-
spondpd , 'Yes ; cut the tent. ' The
pilot whipped out his knife and cut the
hind end of the tent open from as high
as lie could reach to the ground.
Through this opening Colwelt entered.
The light in the tent ( it was 9 o'clock
. m. ) was too dim to see plainly what
Jay before him , but he heard a voice in
the farther corner warning , him to be
careful and not step on Ellison and
Connell. He found Greely lying under
the folds of the tent , with the fallen
folds of the tout across his body. Bei- .
derbeck was standing ; Ellison and Connell - (
nell lay on either side of the opening ,
the latter apparently dead. Stepping
carefully across their bodies ho dragged
Greely out and sat him up. He was so
weak that he could barely swallgw the
crumbs of hard-tack that Colwell gave
him in the smallest pinches. It was
said that Grcely iirst asked the rescuers
we were Englishmen ; and on being
told that we were his own countrymen ,
added , 'And I am glad to see you. ' "
Ensign Harlow , of the relief parly.
Tiliy Teeth Decay Tast.
Just reflect a moment. Just see the
stuff a man puts in his mouth nowa
days. ; Years ago people ate coarse
food , and their teeth were naturally If
bright and clean. But this is impossi
to-day considering the mixture a
man eats unless the utmost care is taken
thoroughly cleaning the teeth direct be
after each meal. Sugar now enters
very largely into most everything we
eat Combine salvia and sugar together
and you have one of the strongest and
most destructive acids known in dental he
surgery. See the amount of candy and
sweet ( stuffs now eaten. Is it any won S.C.
that people have toothache , de
cayed and blackened teeth ? No , it is
. If people were content to live as
they did forty or fifty years ago , wo
would have less dentists. Interview of
wit a Dentist. .
"For Sale at a Sacrifice. "
A tvell-cstabllslicd paying Dry Goods Store
Omaha , Neb. About $10,000 required. Ad
W. M. BusiiATAN maha , Neb.
Thcamect of AfghanistanTis fond of talk-
"Consumption Cure" the
would be a truthful name to give to Dr. and
Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery , " ing
most efficacious medicine yet dis
covered for arresting the early develop
ment of pulmonary disease. But "con
sumption euro" would not sufficiently nnd
indicate the scope of its influence and his
usefulness. In all the many diseases
which spring from a derangement of of
e liver and blood the "Discovery" is
safe and sure specific. Of all drug
The Prince of Vales has no barber bills to
How often is the light of the house
clouded by signs of melancholy or
irritability on the part of the ladies.
they are not to be blamed , for they
the result of ailments peculiar to
sex , which men know not of. But
cause may be removed and joy re
stored by the use of Dr. Pierce's "Pa-
rorite Prescription , " which , as a tonic
nervine for debilitated women , is
certain , safe and pleasant. It is beyond
compare the great healer of women.
Gen. Grant may life to read the obituarea
"BED-BUGS , FJOIES.
Flies , roaches , ants , bed OURS , rats , mice , gophers , Bru
hlpmunks , cleared out by "Rough on Rats.1' 15e. SOc.
Mrs. ; Russell i-age finds pleasure to prepar Oils. !
delicate dishes with herown hands. 1C.U Can
Valuable and Convenient. BROWN'S JLKC Mou
BRONCHIAL TROCHES ore a safe and sure rem
for Bronchitis , Coughs and other troubles Ml
the ! Throat and Lungs , Sold only in box&i. Senc
Pension Commissioner Black dislikes news
General < debility , female weakness , loss of
physical power , Bright's Disease , and nervous |
liseasea , are speedily cured by Hunt's Remedy. I !
encourage sleep , create an appetite , brace
trie system , an d to purify the blood-take the
infalllng Hunt's [ Kidney and Liver ] Remedy.
Canandaigua lady has been selected by
king of the Sandwich.
f * W ' * - '
Wise Legislation In Nebraska.
Tiie legislature of this state has wisely
provided for the support and security of f
the people in the organization of mutual
life associations on the deposit of $100-
000 to be paid to beneficiary members
in case of death. This law practically
does away with the old style high priced
life insurance companies nnd gives
every man a chance to provide for his
family in casou i sickness and death at
the actual cost of such risk. This plan
is so inexpensive as to bring safety
within the reach of every man who loves
his family and docs not live for himself
alone. The mutual plan , under the
law , is very simple. Jn case of the
death of a member the others pay to tlie
company for his family their pro rala
according to age. It costs not fo exceed
40 cents for one 24 years old and not to
exceed $1.00 for one 55 years of ago for
each death loss. A guarantee fund of
$100,000 is required of the association
before the state auditor will issue au
thority to do business. Thus every
man , rich or poor , can , without taking
the bread out of his children's mouths
while he lives , be absolutely sure that
in case of his deatli his wife and little
one will be provided for. As yet only
one company has been organized and
qualified by the deposit of the required
capital upon the mutual plan in .Ne
braska. It is known as the "Western
Mutual Benevolent Association" of
Beatrice , and is is doing a good work
in the support of the helpless
and unfortunate. Agencies of this
association are being established over
the state as fast as possible , so as to
bring its benefits within the reach of
all. The simplicity of its plan , the
economy of management , and the ab
solute safety and responsibility of the
association under the law , is the best
guaranty to members who realize the
duty of some protection. Every man
worthy of life and worthy of his family
realizes the shortness and uncertainty
of life , and lives not for himself alone.
The highest life and noblest characters
are attained in providing for others.
Every husband and father should pro
vide in youth for old age , in health for
sickness , in life for death , and a failure
to do so is a neglect of duty , and es
pecially so when the opportunity is
placed within his reach , without even
being a burden , by this Western Mutual
Persons desiring full information in
regard to this benevolent organization '
can obtain the same from the established
agencies or by writing direct to the' '
secretary of the association at Beatrice , !
Neb. We can fully recommend every-1
thing about this company , from its plan' '
and organization to its economical administration - '
ministration in the smallest matters of
business. It is absolutely safe and re-1
liable , and is the only company organI I
izcd upon the mutual plan in the state
that has authority from the auditor. It ,
is a company "for the people and by )
the people , " and possesses the three' '
desirable characteristics of safety , econ
omy and honesty.
The Traffic in Wild Animals.
There is about $ -10,000,000 invested
n wild animals in the United States ,
not . including elephants. There are sixty
elephants in the United States , ranging
in price from $3,000 to $20,000. If an
elephant is trained and acclimated it
will bring $20,000. But those that are
stupid and cannot be trained never
bring over $3,000 or $4,000. In my
opinion it will be a great many .years
before wild animals will become cheap
er , no matter how civilization and colonization -
onization advances in Africa.
Every woman who Puffers from Sick Head-
nche. and who dislikes to take bitter doses ,
should try Carter's Little Liver Pills. They
are the easiest of all medicines to take. A
positive cure for the above distressing : com
plaint ; pive prompt relief in Dyspepsia and
indigestion ; prevent and euro Constipation
and Piles. As ea-y to take as sugar. Only
one pill a do = e. 40 in a vial. Price 3 cents.
you try them you will not be without them.
Mr. Blaine will spend the summer at Bar H
"Uncle" John Sherman , of Ohio , is said to
about retiring1 from public life.
Oulct , complete cure , all Kidney , Bladder nnd
Urinary Discuses Scalillns , Irritation , Stone , Gravel ,
Catarrh of the bladder. SI. Drupglsta.
Colonel Honrv Watterson smiles whenever
interviews the president.
Halford Sauce is invaluable for soups , hashes ,
. IJleuds admirably with all
George Sands bepan to write sentimental
stories at the early age of twelve.
"A MEMBER of the Pioneer Tress stiff , troubled for
elevenyrars with obstinate tetter on his ha'd , has
completely cured it In lesR than a month , by the use
Cole's CaibjlUahe. " 1'toneer Press. St. I'aal.
Louisa JL Alcott pronounces the mind cure
Lurks in the blood of nearly every one , in many cases
Inherited. Its severest form Is that of running sores
the arms , legs , or feet. Bunches in the glands of
neck , pimples , cancerous growths , swollen joints ,
thickening of the upper lip , arc other symptoms.
Hood's Sarsaparllla has had wonderful success In cur
scrofula. It thoroughly eradicates the humor
from the blood , and gives it new vitality and richness.
Albert Estcs , 23 East Pine Street , Lowell , Mass. , had
been troubled with scrofulous humor from boyhood ,
in the summer of 1S31 had a large running sore on
leg. On taking Hood's Sarsaparllla the sore
gradually disappeared , and he has had no Indication - .
the humor since.
lire. TVm. JIcDonald , "Wooster , O. , for 13 months
Buffered with scrofulous swelling of the glands In the
neck. Hood's Sarsap.irllla gave immediate relief , tha
swellings being largely reduced. She thinks there Is
nothing equal to it.
IOO Doses One Dollar , I
A Noble Life.
Joseph Cook lias said that to the true
and good death does not end all , and
this principlewas' beautifully illustra
ted recently hy the conduct of Mr. G.
H. Sttibbs , \Vymore , who was sud
denly stricken down while at , work. Jt
was discovered after his death that he
had made ample provision , although a
poor man , for his sorrowing wife and
little ones , by Getting aside ten cents
each day during the past year , with
which he had procured , and paid all the
assessments upon , a § 3,000.00 policy in
the Western Mutual Uenevolent Associ
ation of Beatrice. Ho was a hard
working day-laborer , and his wages
only brought him fair support for his
family ; and yet at a cert that was not
felt , by a wise foresight , ho has left an
amount in cash sufficient to place his
wife above want , and even educate his
children. Since his death it is shown
that his humble lifo was tilled with love
and regard for those who live after
him. In ihc hearts of his loved ones he
still lives. His work for them did not
stop in sickness and death. With him
death did not end all.
Vico-Presidcnt Hciulricks geiierully 1ms n
Rupture , Ii reach or Hernia
permanently cure or no pay. The worst
cases guaranteed ! Pamphlet and refer
, ence , two three-cent stamps. World's
Dispensary Medical Association , GGD
Main Street , Buffalo , N. Y.
Mine. Pnttl plays billiard * almost as well ns
she warbles. She first learned the use of the
cue on the jtage.
For Dyspepsia. Indigestion , deproMlon ol
spirits and general debility. In their varloui fornr ;
also as a preventive ajalnst fever and asue nnd otner
Intermittent fevers , the "Ferro-rhosphorated Elixir
of Callsaya" made by Caswell , Harard it Co. , Xercr
York , and sold by all Drugglstii. Is the best tonic ; and
for patients recovering from fever or otter siclicesj ,
it has no equal.
The plump plrl is now the fashion. The slim
girl will have to miiko lieu on fat.
"Well's Health Itenewer" restores health and vlffor ,
cures UyspepsIa. lmpotencc SexiialJJeblllly. tl.
Secretary Whitney is ono of the most indus
trious members of the cabinet.
H. -WAENER & CO. , Rochester , H. Y.
TIRED FEELING OJ ,
H H. WARMER & Co. H. Y
, . . . Rochester. . ,
Ei.T > En.T.n. CATJDEX. Columbians. All. , reports
that lie gninud uno hundred per cent in strength by
the Ube ofV.iruer's TnTtcA OE , The Beat.
" A I. "
Sl.OO A. JS O T T 31.33.
, H , WARNER & CO. . Rochester. H. Y.
B. A. WILCOX , Clayton. X. T.was cured of mn- tin
laila and d > bpepsia , loss of appetite , general Issal- -
ludf. < * rc. . by winner's TIIM-KPANOE. The ln * .
* . LYDIA E. PINKHAfVi'S . *
IS A POSITIVE CURE FOR .
AH those painful Complaints
f and \ \ cckiir.v.cs so common *
3 * * to oar Iicst * * *
* * * * * *
i * * FEMALE POPULATION. * *
rlf e $1 In liquid , pill or lozenga form.
n purpose is solely for the legitimate healing of "ga
disease and the relief of ptiin , and that it does all
it claims to do , thousands of ladies car jla'lly testify. *
* It will cure entirely all Ovarian tro'ibles , Inflaniua *
tlon and Ulceration , F-illInff and tL p'acements , and
consequent Spinal Weakness , and Is particularly
idapted to the change of life. * * ' * * * * *
* It removes Kaintncss , Flatulency , destroys all rravlnff
for stimulants , and relieves W akne.M < of the ijtosiath.
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