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   Daviess County Democrat (Newspaper) - December 17, 1892, Washington, Indiana                                ESS Hub nmr lor intcniloul of iinniignitioii iiumi Sou the timito lav iu your supply grunts urrrinl m tins coniifry dunas Wmtir tthi DKUOIHAT ending um as lo club nitli any Trc aewspaiKT or periodical un He iluordi low cllll prices with a few impnlar j i is that total orv Uc ill Mud t any address in for lj r r year Tlie DAMKM COIXTT and the i ii wrti ilirnj n MiLllonum t Ch 51 minli tin city n gift This i ti 1111 i tvl iv bili llnj v ill i 4 the Armour r If tbrre 11no in thi above list Chicago hut th In Mil lie is to Mr uirV yoa club ratt with any other periodical will be furnishid on nil tin tiou building not tf THE maknn any gift to ll subscribers to ihe weclly their nud cull uDil ttlniili iirs he is i Mr Cleveland ill luck but a I W years Inch is the nuioeut of money ilue tum the age of ou 1 A OHApFi lucomi tas IK likely lo be Heijry bo if the tax of the Hiichanan wan Tu SAYS hlcuaUir Vauct The horses anil s Benjunin that the plow should get tbe Lincoln Tyler and Polk and Fill more VI iartirld APTEII the Gazette IMS a and the vunngiM 1 resi master Bretz will noommcml fconi other LB had Itot the left to thr TIIF press of tin country bii n reaching in fuvur of fnr months initch piilli in ttr si haw been used There I of of I why schools of thr jeod Uie for hip tUe Vast inilucucv tin v of the Iddlana over tbe young outside thiir not join JAMAS d bin father in tl it of Initrui ns a PrcBbvlirian ami no InUUtiou tors jll tiinl OIL of rriHt tif bccollllug a an m l it will INtilling of ipili Tun have not yit BIIO information at tbn anlo ccCiled it rcniimneniling a rubiuit sutI m ikfacturvto ThfV ibr Even aftiT thi Nt iu Quay aud bin pain j tire trying to Rival VASiiriuiiruii rorNTV wantu a KijioraU Judicial The home of Clil Sliauklin ought lo hnvt whal it THE Whisky Trust is pushm up j price of nhiikflivccciitji a gallon per in a rise in goveru inoot HAHHISOX will get a less rvrrr of the Electoral voto this vear than Horace Urteluy would have inlUTi had he THE oBicialn of the Worlds Fair are talking iilxnit prolonging the Fair one ViJir fmoi licit The Fair wnuta more ftom THE gilueroiiH rivalry existing among the Democratic aspirants for office is iu strong contrast to thu rancorous fight among flic Republican otlice seekerx four yeans BOOZE jwill go A bill fixing the tax on diHilled spirits at Icr gal was i introduced in the national ofjRcpriscUtativcs ycaUrdujr by nao of SisrE dieil thf stocks he owned hare ineticased in value Can it Ix that the spirit of Wizard hjiunts Wall anil his rul ing JMusipu m strong in IT luu een decided Uj invite to make an address at the opening off the Columbian Exposition nmtt May to touch that the fair in mo of colled at the flonse and hod an interview with Presidenl A verbatim report of that interview would make an admirable koiler for one of the hanoroua It our frienls the enemy will consult their Doxtyears alitiaaaes thoy will dut covcd that the 4th of comes on aud they all know what hat But they will have all day tu get over xtLY cttBeod has been uliakcn Home one in Washington asked him what he thought df the rewut elec horpjiliott WJiat is tho use of conversation during It in said to be among the proliabili tieiUuV before George Gould may be en the turf with a flue For several years it was known that only the opposition of his father prevented his becoming an citcnpivo breeder and owner of rare Conner Tin liinblw law is a onr Stitute books It ought to In n fair I just fur Nil lie of rhlirnettT u ill IV i r of i chin mter t correct any j lireselltntliti or nil wlnrhlt hils been led into 1 u chnrneter can not any I Hidy the r ly to 1 lipply them o thii litllsnrtre to itn Tho new libel law hfaiuld ntniu a irovimou that failure Uuicurt venliet for lilel be gliiuill for mil for by the sjiaprn1 agm nut the plniiitifT in any action for nilHiiecessful the wiitrhdug tht n awous for tin inauguration of a grailuat in come He say 5 The es jHcialLy IE the the iealtlj of the rountry is interentctl in the lavinK ciprmlituro of thnt interest thf i f tho country in behalf of economy wil te no uiitigation of the of eiirava Hy iiitereHtiiis n you rente motives tending ro frusalit iiicouetaj will ilo Uiis as nothing else Such a tax will be beca ise will interest the very men iloru iinl it frugal of the public ho annow arrayed on the siilo f AS HI FUNDS NOT ol I II d I null U ill llrr tl lls tiier hilvc beetl frion liljuuni Imiiril of wurlilH fair UIIIIIM lf tlieMj Llechll thllt till nrr luinx niiHnpprupnuteil uiii tluit u purl ih to pny Kiilfcry nf the of the ul hiv out u xtiiUniiiut S tile Hlitf toiluy whfii iwki1 the nl K They if who pri poiuted in reeem uliytliuiufrom the tho tun tinrtimorH ui re set with nit iiathurity whntever Ilir lieing strietly for the u hich it u It to lieiuly of lull lucnuntnf i The Milnnriilioii linirtily enilorscil by the uarli in th anil without tlie mutiny tile work iu the line tho funil for hnve Leon greatly if altogether TRIALS OF SENATOR America wasfavorblyi reported to the i Federation 6f Labor Wednes day a resolution providing as tlie dstrikeanil boycott had failed weajwus ofprgao ized a campaign of edu cation slould be iuaugnrattHl by the Tedcrati an and the irresistible power of the ball t be arrayed in its struggle for the nniofj the Republicans are prof ess ng to that it be greatly tuthe idvantage of the Ikpublicon party as a matter of party to have the Democrats in full control of both bronchos of they are trying steal the Whoever knew JWpublirans to give un anything they did not have to relinquish aooQ as the new military laws ahall tave cor 10 into full effect the German army wi 1 comprise men the the Russian flOQ the the the and the Uuropo wfl be a lie to dispose oTnot less than more ihan she had in to the report of the super WITH reference to how tho till it is out that tl e Jarini rs Alliance of South am of will hold tho balance of SMlli tor Kyle has ftnnoliueed that hereafter vote with the on imiHirtant The hoi I r ami Bepublunu twenty eight on each Hut twelve of thti ueslyejectfil lUpt Ilicilll Senators can bo heated without i eon while thf newlvelectril nnmbir This makes foi to forty Kyles vote will pve the Deuiocntrt fpr and with IVITcr the llepuiliium will have only ThiH tlnf Stevenson in tlni will be assured of a fair to dicido the live coutewteil the f appearixl a letter tliu Douiiuatiou of a WesUirc man the Ilenioiratic candidate for in and urging that tun Wester Juan to noininaUiis Claude governorelect of The correH Allow to n nameia mjteil for man his iiinl ropul nliTatiou from the farm Mo the governorship of a great farinergovornor of tin Claniui Fmra the fiuti t representative of alioui the suilllesi County in the StateYermillion years after Secretary of ci uduct iug on9 of the strouifist made in the making his nomina tion and election sure in two years which hns just a succeis over the hardest fimght political During Caiiiixtign Indisua was consiilcrttil i and oneof tlie doubtful comojidcd every effort was mode iiy enemy to win the gpoAkefa with unlimited Uiodle Hvera thrown the theso forces the Democrats had to ilafeml the much abused and much which the opposition tiftfil much effect in many of thd Sot only but the governor elect was in a death grapple with the the Bnt we won liecanse his fight was for the people for ttllllitin slifli il nn itb i1 injr aiul not t IK1 1 io the Conibloal lottl jirolin b i orHinni on Stini Iliein i Bird SIlflcT the anil ith ii HuruiftiT i profits lies of thr ry tioi to piJlHil in I inritly to Met ni 1 elciflioii Tic imoor f ipli K ter them inil i anil i hot 1 Bioll to the I Uf till NOlt I nnil i TJiere eilll pCOJlles fiilclily in i fiI irt sjtV of iu inter v ti the ioiii I t s llpply ir abnor iitifuir irvlleje n ihli t their nork ut fair nonlinary j i ni t aril foear i lr I I v t pohl of MII the next My not crip ill fos h Bnt it prolong the 1 n I haTi f roiitiii Ihtt ti whifli Hike about the re Mril llO tlo jKirtyV V to Tneiiliu V I My innil if HIUI tor I ex porii nee un the nppronrli of an ning but nothing likctlnf ini lnst I enn with the of tu T vi wjthlmt lit but I tank T my in will be letter will be cnrifiLly away for future r eileo mil for conhiilCnlinu Nn oiii Ki overlooked or My regret is that tliere nr1 so M otliiH miiuy worthy It M uioM piiinful fur us I mo to be to ileeiMe IOtll fril who are meri mill I only hope to U Ky a for the public and thatI may make ns few im It is curly yet make final or promises to aipllcnnU for rtppoint 111 many will not lie fur iniinths to 1 Ihiuk il tw to illltil near the time for before coining a final In this wny no on will hin or her limit v nnil A WIZARD H All Old und lrj HOW l YJUH MUSCLE MIKl ii Miinl I IU rl I Irte H u i Tiicre I nt fiiglit il Ky out I ntllletle inly Iiientiir to i iilnl Chls1 Three goM tiJ Thure i SlY fOT4TOKS fOK A f How much longer are we gcing to bny ralf er bullion at market Wore it away in the government vaults and it a grunil battle Also M Korjmu ii Ilunib bell us aiul of htrcngtband I i ili on a fctriliing M IMVV any one can kiKj in nnil to fiver n ftnijglit bloiy frgm 0puil junkie of Ticjiels l i Diors at ti t POLniilAL 1 Pltcago viawit lru know that there is a or wizard in this in of nn who clnmiH to nurroiiinl her with u eoniiKIhng thim to do her Ihere are whu fmth in the old wpmunrt alleged inVhtieal Her work here lat heen U bring recalcitrant lov ers to A young woi deeply in HOIDC time ago found she was losing the of her Hearing of the who clataieil to iiiapcn she called on r to consult with her alioui nntoriog tho voung mans afftctions ami bringing him old woman agreed to do on the payment of n wuall The lion the young taken to an adjoining when the ierforme4 a wrieril oeremoiiv over her iu to transfer to lifr tho neoessnry instructing her to pent jihrasOH taken from ancient books of mystical lorn etry time she thought or saw hiir appafoutly false Tlu Young lady followed the ilireo and it if said to have workeillike n Th young man wax complete phliyil nuiliT the influence of the protty Ilo not only all liiii afTcctioiid on Imt drevT out he in the bank nnide a ptexeiit of it to Ho is completely enrnptlired anil enu siarcely call soul on few with the cironnl are on amaxonient aiiil wimderina if it is really the work of the old HARRISONS TRICKERY A I uille in Unjond n IIC publican Ipou a Duiuo crnilr knock t n m out ii piiieH lulviinct r the same kugth it has e priiuteil that free tAilit n in When it it will und miliiR iiMs death Ifclped York i ThoN Ilejiubli deliberate steal g pr i ly ihiuk thert are in A clever trap seetoB to have beep set bV tho present adiniiiistrtttion for the nest due in the matter of the treasury The President in his annual refuses to take view which hjis geincntlly prevailed hure that tho rtscnl year cuding June will show a ikrbit in the and 63 ijres out a surpbis on that date of about The obvious plan in to leave figures on tho record and tiiun when a deficit to charge it to wastefulness br the stupidity the ijcmocratio i We figured a surplus and yon have producedo be the chirge brrtugUi by Kepublieaa orators wifbin a yean A little examination of the Presidents figures will show how it si to expect a margin of cosh stmie extraordinary measures are taicn to increase the Tlie Presiilent makes no allowance for the falling of McKinley bill in antiejpntion of lower but claps on tu the receipts for present year to of tiniatiH for Not he Mill UI hi thus u niivrgi mi lure of tin i t i gard to thv bl Ilirell tothe Ion stilllll ill inelii K any ti Mhicb nciirly paii i ear the iiinnstlio liou of mid Sljl peal ol the sinking finil is Tlie that no nun r there IS II Clllslll nolhing in an lilirlior tltU public nolhiilg fljjiie naval vesstls ami not inng eon tracts luir lior improvements He in ul li jecift of government favor Niciir agtmn Ihe Hiiwiuian cilice ocean ittail but not for therte are the an nual Tinprobaliijjtv is that Ihu controcls alriinlv is and harbor np riropriatiouii will have to be anil otiier necessary in mtiital servicewill lake froiii KIO to mori treilH nrj that tlie the1 Preaiiliiil nbows on Mill be into a Mlillolit appt opruit ing for nlflof the llbiilV lllllfIJIrf U lucll M rrloOl II is uncut liiek to tjrn npoii the lecOllle so in itutllig to pllbli piist two thej iavo gluttexl thi i M4DE AN UNWELCOME 5 TiHJ pcrunrc W oiue n nf On it SutiH jji ml nu hrisliau union piris UOU unking a regUar irnsatile thi of this irltit lllfciresl uill Illiluy III ii ttlal tlli loard of Ancjilin to l li past vein ho rnnjji Jiloyn it Indian Springs mjaj tlie fft uioits summer resort uiiie iiurtJi this unJ he run it ss of his Nino iiguinst J iiiu nt Ihc last of ccurt this 1 the women fought nn unt fit to intosicatinjjj 1 fin or tin ijroiniuinl I vonug one of whom Wii William j an elder in the Christiftjj visiting thi springs Jurittg anil bought beer of Aiiohhn Meyer wan 1 Friday a wit Of cotinuI Jim in fur but coiwiilering my in thit I would rnther ylijjithaD to The courtroom mostly women being Manj not ilreanung of tficir lioys ever taking a were blush the evidence Itpfore tUl rial waa airly attor neys withdrew the saving many of the young men from This was the third victory There are four saloons ft in city which will be fought whci nppiicil are made for THE WAR IS j A Ilruinrrulir W 111 IIP uJJeil The National opSoMitra wiuiiiucorporated at Ihe otliiic f thu riicrttary of Htnte It ad nits to membership estnioii ntiil tliugs to tin its liiinner its priDci Wur is Let Is Havi Thf it is IH iot to bo Democratic in a partiraii bnt it is to as a 1 The dominant idea s thui thu time come th obi both siilrK may commingle in one or anil cultivate fnnnilship ami The eiiililein of the n girl carrying the stars Htiipi wliiill aru the The Is TJie plan of has the in dorsement uf haininm of the thi sympathy tho Governorelect ami other Iemo cruts of The brunches Cf tlie iinler be dc signatid Tlio first will orgauupl proliivlily tliiil u conMiderabU miiiibershiji alreavby biCU The national committee is preparing for of tho KiiflieDut money to carry the order until it grnwB to a self In the city of Indiiinapolis nojd of tluit are five hnuilred Democratic Imon iwil diers who fought in numy battles int and desperate as those whiiih Napoleon A soldier of eons army is an object the greuttHt Are not our own piui01y so Many of these are living in Unnoted and for oneby one they drop into tluiir It is one of the Objects of oqr order to edieatp these anil tho rising to a nobler under standing oftheir soldier IT tin pit pm Crimp Biirlinuioii An excellent pncedent is that set by a coutt in assessing a heavy fine upon ia man who made a satisfactorj settlement iwith a tiief who had appro priated hisi The fact that there is such a crime as compounding ii felony is not generally recognized In proseflnting uttorneys an j grand jurte as it should the t for t I i w 1 TH i I HI I I i t f fitiitntct tin is I rnljiini A Lft thfir forfeit UOip iu IV aw iij it the r iiifirhin Hp s re this ilntyj to the committee o wlijih he IH a and u of the wuys jui aim prcscntei u teuolu ti u committee jp whjftj would faH bnrdeti of origin revenue ltjisltttitn for tlie pelie if n depleted to conduct thi Both resolutious wtnt bet th rotfiiaittee rtilija ami thnt comnatte today MrWUaonjj proposi UHIS jurisdiction op tht wwys aiid means The ir Ititiou providijig fpr the iiifjtiry s an t IT 1 lo nrr tv to ffich per on wa and in true ted t aiil in tfie Cii jf trcasury anil ihV future fiiiH uiilur t i tinijorniniltee i1 Darin iiliirly in j tijc aiuuu ua 71 ear ami jy that will reuuiml fwtheiay i it in June ISJlftlu supylv i Wliiit f il iuler by the law tin ilpny of to great to the criilit nf the ilfins of irobahlt1 nvenue Iwtwcon this a lui niirl anil tho ni wliich Knine by llic itiftber witliall utljer farts h ruuf inaintiim ricrtnt and ton 1 so thiil there is of ilic nt it that havcj The members the ways and jiitter com committee were at once informally ubti MiIlriit gus phint nnd it is that a mcuting of thr e price of gus jmy be ret would be held this week to begin conies a liltle must r of i he Co in Honor Mayorflliarp nod Kea FISHES OF Ilrport of tbfl Comni loncrU hat IIa Bf CD Dono I r r nil 01 i i i 1 l If ilisoiiwilj s frtun otitMilc to 1 WILH snb lialtiuco on lijincl ll 1 tjl MirclllIKO i tlnit tlicy pnyiililt HiIt t in I illrtlilfllt j rth srilt inontlily SanfiiM OH of rccuireuj Cuiincil I to proviso fund It ntiLS urilercil rs uho a ihsconint of 2 per I nl iu UtirueilM ad I of uri rltotric lump on IaiiKlccl but nil Colllr TJit flight for tit SiuunSHiimn huvinjf writtjn to of tir rccohinifd him A virulent bun Ihr IV of thiT is r nuiltr Ho the of Mut iu on iu i iuul it IN 1uhins Ijukiehorji with tie of Iretir will not rs on wonl isilledgid uud V UNlVERilTY or t j MI University at i Rlooming its Tin thai in tin last jfonr years has and this of graduates will be un increase of seven of rimittWiUivcitiil iof the It says nil neciliof niorij The uhiiih ejected a school has no os m w hlTt the studcirts can her the Bhu salaries puid insirtictorHJ are below i y other and the the uuivcrsiiy Ihj in amounted to t he COHHlir Ron I nppr torj 311 coni silence Ific of IP Tcienbcr The yesterdiiy wrthj a riiarp i en the WUJB and gieanit and biit it was 1 eisive and riSalteif in a ric i former of ilie appropriations refcclhtion as State Fish Commiasointr Donnis UIB biennial report to the nor It vraa a long ilocumeot anil treated in detail the progress of rnlture in this The reportr Bttid thnt tho appropriation maile1 by the General Assembly for the protection propasratjon oil fish has ot more benefit than anything yet It has resulted in the restoration of fish in the rivers aqd small streams tp a most moderate inirease bvon fborfoLl in tho past four the hataroj increase this thin rear has been greateq than at any previous time sinae the protictionljof fish was begun by the The Wftll pike is regarded as the beat of food It is a hardv and free hi Fish of this land weichiag from eipht to fifteen in gome oighteen hnve CAtight in Indiana Next the roynl block baei thpy give tho aag ler the greasoat sport lo Hilntihftton ctiunty this year over four millions of them were hatoed by amatenr The iif fnsh has mm reached the point where the pnblio lending Its The law breakers now operate only at night Uflnnis are regardedfnot only ns rock violators of the but worthless as It is difficult to get eviilance against as tjiey will perjure themwcdyes without henitA In some districts of the residents have banded together irrde tying the fish Tbe appropriation for fish com mission ia now so sinall it is inwle to enforce thi laws i In thamnttcrof fish protection Indiana rftnk now among large in comparison with otjier although haw made muchimprovement In re cent Among other things the re port recommends an approrpiatian of a year that the commissioniirB salary be made a yearthat a clofse season ftom April 15 to Jnnff 1 the spawning be thnt fishing throngfi the ice with should be prohibited that the sioqcr should be empowered to appoint a warden in each county jrhere it is niicessay to properly enforp the thnt he should alsobe allowed to con fiscate all implements which are found of illegal The waters of many streams of the State are polluted strawboard works and itt other the not only to the great injury of the but to the health of the people who live along the Tlie number of pike perch diatribnied in thiis year ftmanntedto The nrnnoer of whitclsh to Two trontand o4er tish weru also Tha pinset of tho cpmmbnion let the past yearamounted to sioucr Dennis proposeji to establiah a jbnrnal in which wijl Jbe called Denniss Fish and Game RAILROAD A person well informed eomtemphtxl Mao key says it need not a surprise if he builile a road from Jaapet to He has sftokgn of such a move as being a vejy practicifle It would rive a verV difcct line from Evansvillo to a gojxl lino to Louij and a lineto utilizing the EvanHvillc Loiiis in which he hoa tlw controlling to carry out his of Gibson county was in the From him welearn that An othernew industrywill bepresented to the farmers of Southern Indiana anil to all others having land that can be cul tivated in buck Tho 4 EJi if thoy meet with such qncoutagem as it put on an exprpss1 train April leavingEfansville in fhe picking up alllreight of any kind furnishing refrigerator and jentilator ears so as ti properly protect and preserve every character of deliyeripg snch freight in Chicago market by Oicloick in the morning next No of glutting the as the visitors to the Colombian Exposition win be so greatthat an unlimited demand will be for all kinds of There is raoie money in track tonuug than in raising provided there is a good Our thlni about J W Ho was a deTOnt to i v which thnrch he has always been a eral i He has not attended for afthongh hei died lU within 80 feet of church His wants ware fuw nnd easily He seemed to be constructed of be stuff oi which ore mailed airing nothing whatever be world forgetting an3 alinoBt by orld had so organic tlisi trouble sqenieil mclanj J ofaolia conpled wjth He formerly ojrned itid Bvcd m thij ifg landsome property nbrw Clement sold the same or vfos considered a ood price at the He waa a mail of ienevplent and kindly anil i has j iven away a groat deol j aU Jy lost his entire fbrtundi Heleft him self harely for tho incagrc istenec of an He proTided Iu his ulill that Hi epsop and DavjdKribs slfould be Thelsrill hoii not been Jff It prbviilcs bequests to p his sister and brother who lived at r1 Isrjt wBo are now h leirheirs will receive what is There ivre we some chujlci It isVbei boweverj tftat sihce the will was made years the docior has su9 gi tained some flnaincial loUe4 and together with thd cist ive about exhansied bis f The funeral were held at S j afternoon at tho j g church he loved so the intcii ment was at old Wofistant Cemr j p tery where his remainswil be laid by g lie side of those o his wife and 0L TIOra tnjf i i Dr Albert WhjttenJ ilied at rooms this mdrding at oclock an of SI The deceased Was airil 18124 in tha State of He torid west in locsfted in practiced at thieh he j wisj inito amassing consitlerablej s3 flfsj Ho mametl and raised two both arriving at fhe age of bi fore dying of His died falling dead ni44 gT the street of heart i j These terrible dotdestjit fc socrmqd to entirjely 1nnnerve dal ivj who retired frpm VS lor the hist twefltjy yesjs been recluse in the heart of the iis home with Jjuurft Harris Walnut street ft Ho seemed to care to see no one and take no interest whatever in jmblicijj Be rarely left his boarding j K goiiig M the barber j flhop to get oficr which he wonli j return immediately neither speaking nor looking aiti any one on th6 way Harvey yeare of Torre Hjauiej hasbeen statiot agent at near Bjuntingbnrg j jj or tha past tweJVe month Some two J il weeks ago the Simon of i 0 ell gave Mri a sealei 1 package addressed to Finton Ki S Of tellj jj j ng hrm that it contained and equesting to transfer it W j ie care of the rijajl jwho wouli ii ehvei it in perspri to th6i libot The j iTfcylors essiori for several Vhen it wai 1 j eoaivetl by the abbot nothing but alipb i yi old newspapejs were fonrld inside the the been takei ii Affidavits were mftijo that j S5i f package originally contained 340ft and ii f J be theft was traceij to who confessed his gnflt end wascommitted i o jail at Jasper j j The State Supreme court bonded its deciaioti in the ruHroad blackj ward pinion was an exhaustive oae by Judge Olds and was lagainst the ffc he late lepislatare paascd an act fcom lling the flie state fo puti p a at each station onj rhich the time of ill o dej arture of trains should be announced J n many oountios tho railroids did noM omply Prosecutinj ati drneys oyer tha state will now bif im ampnnting in the ajsjgrcji rate to hnndredjj fhcnisartds of dblM Apenaltyoi ill lor tach trnini bat pafifteB by a the time of rA massage of which is not on yt ii IB provided in the Btatatejj K fcir hist i m pr i W 1 i S Itt vm ii jj has bcien tho means of rrestdritii happiness giving fheru ahealfiy tiyiir agciley oni It acts iTOth dinsfly KEVRH BlElJ DISAPPQIrJTEO As rcnral Hmlljr icmdij Torpid I f Your LiVer la the Oriental knawngitliat good health eanliit snilibnt a healthy tli6 Livir tljojlow els are sliiggish n the Istijmacji the blocidv hijaiiiche ensues iiiieelmg pf lassij ii i iii i 1M li i   

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