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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 11 April 1895

The Bright and Breezy Happen"? ings, Giving Zest and Vigor. REVIVAL AT MONUMENTAL After Turf Diners. Prospect of Market Stall Vacancies. Remov? ing the Temporary Market house. G. A. R. Members to Richmond. Several parlies uro goitg *y Lnko DrtiDimoud noxl week. The Norfolk County Court will bo gin its April lenu on Monday. Tho Portsmouth Qraya' lair will t>]ien on tho 'J'-M ol April instead of tho S8th. Ashi'tnut Paymaster I. J. Summers reported for duly on tbe I'raukliu yea-! tordny, Mr. .lohn Fl, Winder, formerly vice president of the Seaboard Air Lino, w*n in tho city yesterday. Tbe Street Jui-i color is after the par? ties who bare been digging turf Iroui m irout of Cedar drove Cemetery, Mr. Riebard I. Turlington und Miss SiOuiae Hud were married yesterday at ? ho residence of tho bride's parents. ?Mr.?. Alnriun Suhmolo Latham, of "Washington, N. C, is in tho city, vis :og ber parents, Dr. and Mrs. Wru. fechtnole. , Several members of tho (5. A, U. will leave for Hich...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 11 April 1895

An Oregon Farmer Thinks He Has j Two Great Auks. THE BIRD THOUGHT EXTINCT, If it Is True 1 hat tho Farmer Has ? These Auks His Fortune is Made. Two Have Been Roosting on His Place. An Egg Worth $1,500. According -to a Tillainook county (Or.)farmer, the species of sou ?>SrJt known as tho great nnk is no* extinct He declares that two turds of this fam? ily, presumably a mule and female, havo been roosting in a very large spruce tree Sear his place for several months, By le aid of a fieldgtass the settler, who is a naturalist of local renown, has, ho claims. Identified them beyond donbt as fine speo?nens of tho great auk family. From their actions tho settler'bolicvee they will remain in his neighborhood and possibly raise a brood of yonugones 1n the spring. Ho is encouraging them to stay hy giving them access to his Trhe.itficlds, where they feed every day after tho manner of geese. It is highly improbable that the bird* .Tisiting the Tiilnrnook farmer are great nnk?. Tho f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 11 April 1895

COMEilCll REPORT. Money Martlet Kv Southern AssnciateJ PrtM. Nr.iv Vouk, April 10.?Money; on call easy at2a2 per ceut ctcrling exchange is dull, with artual busiutssill bunkers lulls at 488}u488'.for tlxty days and 180(4113] for demand. Posted rate*. 180*100. Comnureiiil bilN. !8"J:. !?>?>). Ooveriimetit. boudi eloacd steady. rBBUTOCK MARKET?.msiNo uiik. American Cottou Oil, 25{: Aiuerio in rot ton Uil, prt-f. 71 a72] imerioali Sugar ltottu ?nee, 103: American Sugar Itettuories, prof, t l: American lobacco, I0}i American To baeco, prof., 10?: Atcbisoti, T"i om and Santa I u, it; Baltimore and Ohio, SS: Cau ada I'acific. 10; Chesapeake aud Ohio. 17); CbJoago Hiid Alton, 147; Chicago, burling ton uud Quiucy. 711; Chicago Qas Trill . 1 Delaware uud Idtekawauiia. Distil? lers aud laitio Feeders. H.. Erie, 9\: Brio, frei . 20:General Klectri >.;tll.. Illmoiei oti Irul, 88; Lake Urie an.t Western, 171; Lake Erie sint Western, pref.. 74}; Lake Shore. Xo8J: ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 11 April 1895

JYlrs. Jarnos Sadlier, Who Has Se? cured the Lactare Medal FOR D4STINGUISHED SERVICES. * Awarded Annually by Notre Dame Uni? versity, Indiana, to Some American Catholic Layman. Mrs. Sad lier's Works and Transla? tions. Her Nativity. On Lactare- Sunday, the mid-Sunday ef Lent, Most Rev. Archbishop Fahre of Montreal, on bohalf of thu University of Notro Daiiu', Indiana, presented to . Mrs. James Sadlier of his congregation ' the Lactaro medal, awarded annually by tho university to some American Catholic layman in recognition of dis? tinguished services to tho church or tho MRS. JAMES BADLIER. country. The medal is in a manner the .American counterpart of tho Golden ?Rose, which the pope fends every 1 .... to oue of tho Catholic sovereigns of Eu zope. ; For many years Mrs. Sadlier has bei u waiting books, ouch uf which points a moral. At tho tiiuo sho commenced -writing tho majority of Cnth ilica ill this cOUUtry were Irish, r.nl all of her books treat of Irish life. Sho has writ? ten ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 April 1895

The Norfolk Team Played a Great Game. THE SN AR WAS NOTICEABLE ?The Home Team Made a Fine Show? ing Yesterday Afternoon and Put > the Pennant Winners of 1894 Upon Their Metal. The Best of the Season. IrJAbout 200 enthnsiaBtH shivered on *ue graud stand and bleachers iu the cold northwest wind yesterday aftot iibiin, aud agaiu witnessed the defeat of the t'laniR by the Orioles,but it tooic len Minings to do the trick,as the ?eure etood 11 all at the end of the ninth, lint for uu uufortnunto throw iu au attempt at n double play by Whaley iu the ninth, victory would have beeu ours. Tho hoys nro getting into form finely iind showed up well, despite the cold weather, and with eagle eye hit Hotter Sou limes m live innings ami ate up the cyclone, Oleasoo, for three hits tu the sixth, aeoriug eight mos in the fourth luinug, adding tlirco more iu the sixth, The gniue uns resplendent with dou? ble I'luvf-: m the second a beauty from Whaley to Corcoran w> Hetley; in the t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 April 1895

MANY OFFICERS DROPPED. Chief Rebman and Two Detectives Decapitated. PATROLMEN ALSO. VICTIMS. The Old Turnkey Forced to Bid His Fellow Officers Good-Bye. A Five Hours' Whirring of the Big Buzz-Saw. The Force Slightly Disfigured. For five hours yesterday nnd last bight the Hoard of folios Coinmis Siouers sat iu secret oo nolave aud de capitated the Chief, two detectives, -two patrolmen aud the oldest man ou the toree. in poiut of service, Turnkey Wm. Crosby, who bas stood the storms and tempests of mnuy administrations. 2n all of the business transacted Com? missioners Yerdier and Holtou voted togotlier, but iu tho dismissal oi tbu Chief they did not have the vote of the Mayor, who, however, as tho clerk afterwards told the reporters, informed the Commissioners that lie believed they acted conscientiously in voting for Chief ltebmau's dismissal. It was a little after 1:30 o'clock wbou tbo Mayor arrived aud entered tne private room, whore bo found the other two Comuiissiouers, nud then...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 April 1895

KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement rmd tends to personal enjoyment when rightly useu. The many, who livo bet? ter than others und enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's beBt products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to heultb of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced iu tho remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting In the form most acceptable und pleas ?.nt to the taste, the refreshing and truly leneficial properties of a perfect lax? ative; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches aud fevers and pornianently curing constipation. Jt h.iB gtvcu satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical tarofession, because it nets on the Kid? neys, Liver and llowels without weak? ening them and it id perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sule by all drug? gists in f>0c an<l$l bottles, hut it is man? ufactured ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 April 1895

< ESTABLISHED 18.'.6. 3P?DLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. \ IROINIAN BUILDING MAIS ?ND COMMERCE STREETS. M. QLBSNaN, Owsf.it. J KntereJ as scoo:nl-cl*-a umttor. The IHiUe of Norfolk has u miirblo ptniroase iu Iiis house that oost ?00,000 $- - - ? Rst. Lansing s retrucliou is a very gingerly ufiuir. But it is u healthy sigu that public opinion forced it. It has been discovered that the elec? tion law passed by the North Carolina Legislature has repealed all tho city ?cd own election laws enacted eitiee . 180 and provided uu substitutes for them. Nearly every rural town in Georgia is getting leady to receive a No* Bug land cotton mill. The citizens uro ou the lookout, aud the brass bauds are at the depot to welcome them, Buys tbo Atlanta Coustitutiou. AN AltlSKOl' A llli.ll CAI.I.IVti. There is just and iudigutmt protest in this oommunily aguiust tho "l'alin Sunday" comments of tho Daily Pilot, The pooplo ol Norfolk, including the ?'teu thousand religion,sts," uro not p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 April 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS PlO?flHGlES Ot PORTSMOuTH The Bright and Breezy Happen? ings, Giving Zest and Vigor. CALL TO COUNTY REPUBLICANS. Copying Deeds. Filling up the Old Wood Deck. Independent Tickets. Would-be Candidates,Take No? tice. Tbe Endot Mr. Lee's Great Meeting. Hot cross buns to day, Tbe Hustings C ourt transacted no bnsiuiss yesterday. Tboro will be u gatuo of ball at tbo (park this afteruoou. Tbo loboole all nave boiidnys yester day until next Weduosday. Chicken thieves raided one or two places in Urigbton Wednesday night. There was no docket in the Mayor's Cinirt yesterday. Not tin arrest baa been made for three days, Tbo Portsmouth Kiflo Company will five a military ball at Armory Hall on Wonduy night, tho 15th tust. Three negro women wero Iockod up In the county jail last night for disor cterly conduct ou the streotB. Tho sale of tho Portsmouth Laud Improvement lots last night drew quite A crowd. Tho prices rim Rood. A colored tnnu wiiose name our in? formant did not know dr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 April 1895

The Ex-Apostle of /Estheticism as He Appeared to Us. 1 FIRST NOTORIETY ACHIEVED j Stones of His Experiences While on His Tour. Caricatured by Du Maurier and Satirized by Gil? berl. Some Accounts of His Many Plays. Oscar Wildo first achiuved notoriety | US n prostrate apostle, nnd thun as tu? leader of tho rhen infantilo ttisthetin craze. Ho carried his sssthetio peculiar- : jties so fnr that ho became tho sub ject of Du Maurier's onricaturing pencil and Gilbert's satirizing fun. That may have beeu what lie wns trying for. Neither tho caricaturist nor tho satirist dimin? ished tho ardor With which Wildo pur? sued what was vngnoty callod tesUieti eisiu. Tho Hunt homes of "Pationce" made, op in oxnot Imitation of Wilde, and ho post d in tho lohbios uf t ho same aheaters nod composed pbroseS which outdid in lilylike languor tho phrnsus (Gilbert had Mbohgbt to bo satires. Otio of the songs of "Patience" which eoenis to contain a more dr lesu pointed al? lusion to Wilde runs: ?Thon a sent...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 April 1895

COMMERCIALREPORT. Rlouev Market I'.v Houtheru Assooi ? t ('res?. Kr.w Youk, April H. ?MoucyJ o:\ call tjaay at Sit'ii per cent-, dosing at 2. sterliuK exchange fsea-ier. with actual bttsiueas in baukors'^iilti at I88ju488] lor sixty ilays mil <89|489J for riemaud. i'oatotl ratca. 481 Ja 190. Commercial hills, 48?ia487t- Government fco.:U-. firm. this stock MARK" I ? RljOSIXO mos. American Cotton Oil, 23J; Amorio.in Cot? ton Oil. pref. 71a72; viiiorioiu'Hnuar Kellu erieg, 102is American Sugar lleflueru-?, prof. Iii?: Amen-an Tobacco, 97}: American To? bacco, pro , lOsh Atchisou, Topekn ami Santa I f. ?|: Baltimore and Ohio, 50; Cau ada I'acilic. 40; Chesapeake aul Ohio. 171; Chic o;o nud Alton, 147; ObicagO. I.UrliU'i Joti and Quiney, 71.. Chicagu Qu* Trust, 721; V?'!a?Hte and Laoka wanna, 15 \: i>:-til ler* and Cuttle Fee lers, I4f Erie, 10: Erie. iir<-r . 19f; (,, tisral Electric. 31; Til o ne t 'ou Inil, BS; Lnk< Erie an I Western, 17?; ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 12 April 1895

Gold Coins in the Mortar, the Flagpole and the Carpet. THEIFAMOUS AMERICUS CLUB Stories of W. O. Tweed and His Body Guard. The Wonderful Curpet Made in Brussels by Snccial Machinery. Gold Dollars iii Queer Places. Jilr. EL C. Benedict's negotiations lor the purchase of the Indian Harbor hotel property at Greeuwiob, Conn., havo ro callcd many stories about tho Americus clnb and William M. Tweed. Among William M. Tweed's noarest friends it ?was known thut two men used to accom? pany him almost everywhere as n sort ot bodyguard. Tweed always had n horror of being stubbed und a fouling I that some enemy was waiting an oppor? tunity to thrust a knife into his abdo- ( men. These meu wert* instructed to pro? tect him, odo on each sido, aud, iu walking in a crowd, to keep a f uw paces in front of him. Ono of those men was an pysterman, whoso homo was in Greenwich, and ho was not only Tweed's faithful friend, but his valet as well. He died not lot)'* ng ?, Not many of tho guests who hnvo wsn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 April 1895

Advices that Japan and China May Soon Proclaim It EXPECTED BEFORE MANY DAYS Official Advices at Washington Say Japan Has Withdrawn Certain Requests and the War May Have a Speedy Ending. On to Pekin the Word. By Southern Assoeiatad Press. Washington, April 12,?Official nd vlcea received here to day from Japan indicate that uu understanding lias kiecu readied between the Japanese and Chinese plenipotentiaries, uud that news ot the delimit) ooueltlMou of peace may be expected at any moment. |v The exact particulars oi the terms of settlement could not he learned, hut it is uudeibtond that in respono to indent ?ud repeated requests of the Ohineae ?plenipotentiaries for nn ahutemeut of tin' demands nrigiuully made, the Japaue.se plenipotentiaries huvo grant? ed important oouceesious. London, April 12.?The Morning .Post leurns from l'okohoma that unless peace ho concluded during tho preseut armistice tbo .lupuueso armies will ad? vance upon Pckiu us boon as the ?rmiatiee shall expire, A d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 April 1895

High School Boys Hold a Meeting and Pass Resolutions ON DEATH OF COKE SMITH, JR. Will Attend His Funeral This Morn? ing in a Body. The Remains to Be Interred in Elmwood Ceme? tery, This City. Services by Mr. Bennett. The funeral of Muster A. Coke Smith trill take idaeo from the Orauby Street Methodist Church to day at 11 o'clock, and will bo very iRrgoiy attended. A meeting of tbo High School pupils was held yesterday to adopt resolu? tions of sympathy and rospeot. During the meeting a committee of girls ap? peared uud asked to bo allowed to unite with tbo boys in the purchase ot flower offerings, aud were allowed lo give this evidence of their esteem for the manly and much loved boy, whose life was so suddenly tukeu. Tbo meet? ing adopted tho following resolutions: W Berkas, We, tho students of the Norfolk High School in special ses? sion assembled, huvo hoard with un? speakable regret und real pain of the euddeu death ot our frieud und school? mate, A. Coke Smith, dr., and desir? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 April 1895

THAT sallow, ghastly complexion, covered with unsightly pimples and eruptions, becomes clear again by the use of Dr. Dearie's Dyspepsia Pills. Indigestion and constipation are the chic! causes of an ashy face and ugly blotches, These pills will cure them. Scud for a itcu ?ample. DR. J. A. DEANE CO., Kingston, NewVoiVi Fot ul. *t all DnlgfUta*, cents. WiNTBIh l\Oii I.OST?A while ?ml liver rnlorcd I* Inter. J' ro nr with ray ns'ee and address oa it. Kinder ?II litivesamcal No. Co CTia-tnnl itieet, Berkley, V?.. sad lect-ivc reward. IIOWABU Hl 1U II. Bpl?.'.'l v Oood rel'sli'.e Herman gener?! bouse icrvants, ?? with escclriit n orda ar ready to eou.o to Nor? folk. ? in i ui<i is :i! on* e. 100 Mum ttrcit. apl -if \t' an ii.f 1:0 i on.11 ikknto nil a |odtion ?( ?f trust, hotel manager H cxiieileneed hotel cli-rk- tor btauh resorts. Csll .n once, too Main ?imci. n|/l i Vi* ANTED Matiaidnc boi i I n k |.n..i lir? *? aen room women, i pauiry .?. I?, -' waltre? 10 < hn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 April 1895

ESTAnUSHSO 1855. l\ PUBLISHED EVEBY MORNING EXCEIT MONDAY. YIHGINIAN BUILDING. MAIN AND COMMENCE SlTlEETd. , M. OLBNNANi On sen._ Vntorei ao scoouJ-class mattar. ~~ The s?lu of about $:Ui,tiiii> worth of j * building lote in Portsmouth Thursday j ) evening at Oxford Hull, murks au ? epoch in the history of that beautiful }> city. The lots purchased arts lu 1'ark View, fronting tho Naval Park, ami the i indications of tho sale were that the I lots purchased wore for building par /. poses. The sign is au oxcelleut oue of a progress and development. The Southern Keal Estate Ga/etto is the title of a new ruouthly publication isfiued in this city, devoted to tho in fl tereat of real estate nfluirs, ami ospco iHlly to the object of securing imuii;;ru I tion from the North and Wost lo Vir \:, giuia. Its mission is to presout monthly ' a conservative aud reliable resume of I; the development and progress of tho Southern States, Tin: Yikuisian wishes I it every success ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 April 1895

The Bright and Breezy Happen? ings, Giving Zest and Vigor. j TRACKS INTO NEW DEPOT. Hustings Court Business. Improve? ments in Cedar Grove Cemetery. Norfolk County Grand Jury, Work of Title Abstracts. Baseball To-day. Hot croBB bunts were in demand yes? terday, The G, A. 15, members returned homo last uigbt. Head the card of Mr. E. S. A odor ton In nuother culinuu. The Norfolk county gruud jury will be in session on Mouday. The Hustings Court transacted busi? ness of but little importance yesterday. It is said that eight tracks will I'u run across tbo old wood dock tuto tbo uow riopot. Keligious t=ervices were held iti tbo Episcopal aud Catholic churches yes tot day, Mr. P. W. Lnmsley, a former old citizen, ia seriously ill at hia home, in Norfolk, Tbo Portsmouth Cotillion Club will fiiyo their lirst bop alter Laut ou Tues? day night. A holiness meeting was held last night at the Ptlingbuui Street M. P. Church ltitt uight. Id auother column boarders are ad? vertised for iu a eouvuui...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 April 1895

Homesick as a Factory Girl She Worked Her Passage to England IN THE ATTIRE OF A BOY. After Cutting Her Hair and Rigging Herself Properly, She was Able to Ship as Cabin Boy on the Bos tonia. Her Duties to Mind the Cattle. In the New York World of Feb. a* last ibit dispatch was publishud: ?*Bi stok, Peb. SI.?Lucy Dowhlrst, the XAWrenco girl who ran away from her brother's homo attired as a boy and came to this city Monday afternoon, has man? aged to elnilo her pursuing relatives, and the polico havo evidence to Indicate that she Is now on the oceau. " Now comes the soquol of this Btory, as told In the Blackpool (Lancashire) Adver? tiser of March IG last, which say: "Lucy pewhirst Is a girl of scarce 15 summers Jjast October Lucy's mother took her to LawTenc^ Mass., where sho found a home In her brother's family und obtained om ploymont In ono of the Lawrence factories. Her mother left there soino two months ogotortuirn to Bogland, and Lucy I egged rnnavalllugly to be allowed to go bac...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 April 1895

FOR SPRAYING OUTFITS. 4%. New ami tTupatcutetl Device For Thor? oughly Agitating Spraying Compounds. Tliu great, difficulty experienced by everybody who sprays in keeping spray? ing liquids in suspension bus lot! Fro sosBor H. T. Mnynnrd to oxporituont on ??i automatic ugitntor, with tin- result that one baa been made tbnt will ke< p any liquid fungicide or insecticide thoroughly agitated. This contrivance, as illustrated by Shira! Now Yorker, is undo for use with the barrel lying on its Bido and consists <)f an arm (A; of Hat iron ouo-oighth iuoh thick anil seven-eighths inch wide, at taobed tu Ibo handln of tho pump ami entering tho barrel about six or elgbt Inches from its bead. This arm is at? tached to nil elbow (B), with arms ? Inches in length, which is fnstonetl Into a soolcot about t inches in longtli, that is bolted to the bond of tho barrel at C. At. the lower end of tho elbow Is attached a short arm (D), which is Joined to tbo long arm that carries ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 13 April 1895

His Sufferings Ended After Using j Munyon's Rheumatism Cure. j Sir. OoerRo Smith, of Taeony, Pa..Bays: . ??lSuffored from rheumatism for 8U years, ?ad had to warn severe attacks tl.at some of uiy io.ui- were tivt-t' d out of s!ia;if?. At Ilmtal suffered terrible paiu,aud although 1 ttio.t mauv remed es. I neve obtaiueda y .-. -; at'iel II uutd I procured ?lonyotre iuieimtatism Cure, the ae.ion or tin- re ined> x>? wonderfully quick, and, iiU .ini ti ' jjave cu;y tnk a ?mall quantity, 1 cuu>i der u)v? lt permausjutly cured " Mativou s Ubettuiaium ? i.ro is guarantee I to c .tb rheumatism tu any part ot tlio b >dy. Acute or tun:-0 l r rh Umatisui cure trom one to tixe days, t neve f tls to euro sharp, ?hoottug paiu* in Iho arms, le a, aides, buk or breast, t r > rono-s iu any part 01 lb 1 l>o li in fr.uii olio to 11 .i eo t our Jt :s guarantee! t promptly core lameuess. *tiff mid swollen loints, rt:ff back, und all p..-...

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