Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1900-1909, September 24, 1901, Image 4

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If a constitutional disease.
It originates In s scrofulous condition ot
the blood and depend! on that condition. ,
It often causes headache and dizziness,
impairs the taste, smell and hearing, af
fects the vocal organs, disturbs the stomach.
It is always radically and permanently
cured by the blood-purifying, alterative
and tonic action of
Hood's Sarsaparilla
This great medicine has wrought the most
wonderful cures of all diseases depending
on scrofula or the scrofulous habit.
Hood's Fills are the best cathartic
Acquaintance Renewed.
Bunko Bill Hello, uncle, haven't we
met before?
Reuben Granger Guess we have. It
was down in Hardscrapple, when you
were sellin' the farmers them $3
churns and every' cussed contract
turned up ter be a $300 note. I met
you with six citizens and a rope.
Bill Aw, here, now, let me down
Reub Did that onct and too quick.
This signature ia on every box of the genuine
Laxative Dromoyuimne Tablet
the remedy that cores cold In ono day
Willing to Share,
Old Gent My boy, I'm seventy-five
years old, and I never smoked a cigar
in my life.
Boy Well, if yer likes ter toiler me,
you can 'ave th's butts when I'm done
with it. Ally Sloper.
Pleasant Death.
Dark Pedestrian And the last thing
poor John did waa to kiss me.
Fair Cyclist Ah ! And then he died,
I suppose? Ally Sloper. .
Extraordinary Man.
Mr. Simpkins Arabella, you are the
on'y woman I ever loved.
Arabella There is only one man in
the world like you.
Mr. Simpkins How sweet of you to
say that.
Arabella Yes; you told that Smith
girl the very same thing, and I know
there is no other man living could do
it. Ohio State Journal.
Value of a Man's Life.
The Supreme Courts' have decided that
the life of the average Dian is worth just
what he is able to earn. A man's earnings
depend to a great extent upon his physical
health. The stomach is the measure of
health and strength. Every man may be
bright and active if his digestion is normal.
If it is not, Hosletter's Stomach Bitters
will make it so. Try ic for dyspepsia, in
digestion, constipation, biliousness, flatul
ency, liver or kidney troubles.
Right Up to Date.
Sculptor What sort of bust do you
wish for yourself? -
Mr. Newrocks Well, I ain't particu
lar, but I'm gettln' it to please Mrs.
Newrocks, and she says it must be a
mythic-logical one. Brooklyn Eagle.
I do not believe Piso's ('ore for Con
sumption has an equal for coughs and
colds, John F. Boyeb, Trinity Springs.
Ind., Feb. 15. 1900.
-Do you like romantic
CXTQ Permanently Cured. Ko fits or nervousness
rs IO after tirstift'-. i.eof Tr. Kline's Great Nerve
Eestorer. Send for FKEUSi.OO trial bottle and treat,
ise. De. R. II KLiNi,Iitd..31 Arch St.. Philadelphia, Pa,
Harry I guess not! When you
make a hole in your salary buying
them expensive flowers, they- tear
them apart, repeating, "He loves me,
he loves me not."
Cost of Railway Mail Car.
A modern railway mail car, equip
ped with the latest contrivances, such
as vestibules, automatic couplers, air
brakes, etc., costs between $5,000 and
$6,000. The Government pays for the
use of railway mail cars at the rate '
of $40 a year for a 50-foot car per
track mile, and $50 per year per track
mile for a 60-foot car. ,
When von take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic,
because the formula is plainly printed on every
bottle showing that it is simnly Iron and Qm-
une in a tasteless iorm. no uure. jnp cay. our
Sfopm the Cough 'and
Work Off thn Cold.
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a cold in
one day. .No cure. No Pay. Price 26 cents.
. A Dtleir im.
Mrs. Von Blunier I don't know
what we shall do about that cook.
Von Blumer What's the matter
"She threatens to stay." Life.
An Apt Answer.
An apt answer is credited to the
well-known Lord George Sanger, of
circus fame. On being asked what
steps he would take should a certain
wild least break out of its cage, he
replied with all naivette, "D d long
ones." London Daily News.
The Power of Flattery.
"What little feet you have!" ex
claimed the kneeling shoe clerk ad
And then he sold her a pair of back
number $1 boots for $6.50 and she
thought she had a bargain Somervllle
Journal. .
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslbw's Sooth
ing Syrup the best remedy to use for their
uuuurvu uuriug mib uwiiuuia; pcriuu.
Just as fie Thought.
"If I were to ask you to marry me,
what would you say?"
"Why, Mr. Brownby." she faltered;
"really this is sudden."
"I thought so," he answered; '.'that's
about what they all say. Much
obliged." And then he said it was
time for him to go. Exchange.
By local applications, as they cannot reach the
diseased portion of the ear. There is only one
way to cure deafness, and that is by constitu
tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an in
flamed condition of the mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets in
flamed vou have a rambling sound or imper
fect hearing, and when it is entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless the inflamma
tion can be taken out and this tube restored to
its normal condition, hearing wulbedeatroyed
forever; nine cases out ot tea are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing bat an inflamed
condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deainesa (caused by catarrh) that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Care. Send for
circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY s CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 7oc
Mall's Family PlUa are the best.
Why Walker Was Defeated.
Representative Joseph H. Walker,
' of Massachusetts, was asked the other
day why he had been defeated for re
election last fall. He replied: "It
was things, and more things, and votes
that defeated me."
I The Beat Prescription for Malaria
I Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tasteless
Uuiu Tome. It is simply Iron and quinine in
a tasteless lorm. o cure, no ray. rriceauc-
The Commercial Instinct.
Mamma Tommy, do stop that
noise. If you'll only be good, I'll give
you a penny.
Tommy No! I want a nickel.
; Mamma Why, you little rascal, you
were quite satisfied to be good yes
terday for a penny.
Tommy I know, but that was a bar
gain day.
Finding His Place.
He (complacently) I'm Just begin
ning to find my place in the world!
She (innocently) Dear me! How
humiliating ! Fun. ,
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
irugyists refund the money i( It fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on each box. 25c.
Felt Honored.
Father My - daughter tells me, sir,
that you have been making love to
Clubberly I don't know why she
should single me out among so many.
Detroit Free Press.
Positive Proof.
Tess-Oh, yes; I'm positive she is
Jess I suppose you saw the record
in the family Bible, eh?
Tess Better than that. I asked her
at what age she thought a girl should
marry, and she promptly said "twenty
eight." Philadelphia Press. . -
Little Liver Pills.
Must Bear Signature of
5es Fac-Simile Wrapper Below.
Tery aaaall and aa easy
tetaJta ausaagab
$1,000 REWARD
or Evidence of Fraud in Testimo
nials Advertising Dr. Will
iams' Pink Pills for
Pale People.
It is sometimes thought that some
concerns, in order to make people
believe that the article in which they
deal is a good one, . manufacture
themselves the testimonials which
they use in their advertisements.
The Dr. Williams Medicine Co., man
ufacturers of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
for Pale People, however, have always
held that the publication of a ficti
tious or even a misleading testimon
ial is not only bad morally but is bad
advertising. Consequently the great
est care has always been taken in se
lecting testimonials for their adver
tising. Eveiy case is not only care
fully investigated, but in most in
stances it is sworn to in legal form
and the affidavit placed on file. That
no doubt may be in the minds of the
public, the company offers one thou
sand dollars ($1,000) for evidence of
fraud, on its part, in the publication
f anv of the testimonials used in mak
ing known the merits of Dr. Williams' i
Pink Pills far Pale People. . In view
of this, the following remarkable case,
published in the Democrat and Sen
tinel, Lewiston, Pa., is given without
further comment: '.
Mr. Frank A. Means, a well known ,
farmer ol Beedsville, Mifflin county,
Pa.,-writes: - .
I had the grip and as - a result my
nerves broke down. I lost the entire
use of the lower half of my ' body.
For a whole year I lay in bed perfectly
helpless,' with no power in either
limb, and the feeling gone so that I
couldn't feel a pin run into my legs
at all. I couldn t turn over in bed
without help. . Six doctors gave me
up and said it was only a question of
a few weeks with me, as nothing more
could be done. Then a friend sent
me a pamphlet containing statements
of two men who had been afflicted
something like me and who had been
cured by the use of Dr. Williams'.
Pink Pills. I began taking them at
once and although my improvement
was slow it was certain. Now I can
walk most of the time without a cane
and everybody around here thinks it
is a miracle that I can get about as I do.
Your pills have certainly been - a
God-send tome." '
Signed, F. A. MEANS.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 17th day of April, 1901. - -
Notary Public.
At all druggists or direct from Dr.
Williams Medicine Company, Sche
nectady, N. Y., fifty cents - per box ;
six boxes for two dollars and hfty
He Thought Quickly.
Sandy Oh, policeman, yer salr
need't in at "Black Bull" yonder
there's a maist awfu fecht gaen on.
Policeman Is Black Jock there?
Sandy Aye!
Policeman And Lang Jimmy? -Sandy
Policeman Ah, weeL I'm sorry, hut
canna leave me beat, ye ken.
A finding that a railroad company to
guilty of negligence for falling to keep
lta platform lighted for fifteen or twen
ty minutes to enable passengers to pass
out safely. Is held by the Supreme
Court of Arkansas In the case of St
Louis, etc, Hallway Company vs. Bat
tie (63 S. W. Rep.. 805). not to be un
reasonable. ;
A structure connecting two buildings
on opposite sides of a street, built so
far above the street as not to inter
fere with traffic thereon. Is held by the
Court of Appeals of Maryland, in the
case of Townsend vs. Epstein (49 AtL
Rep., 629), to be a nuisance as to ad
jacent property owners, whose light it
The renewal by a new note of a
usurious note, but excluding all the
usury. Is held by the Supreme Judicial
Court of Maine in the case of Ver
mule vs. Vermule (49 AtL Rep., 608), to
render the new note valid and binding
on the maker, as the parties themselves
have done what a court of equity would
require them to do.
Where mining stock Is deposited un
der a binding mcrnw agreement that it
shall pass to a certain person on the
payment of a certain price within a
certain time, and the price Is paid by
such time, the Supreme Court of Utah
In the case of Clark vs. Campbell (65
Pac. Bep.. 496), holds that dividends
declared before the price is paid do not
belong to the purchaser. -
A fair association which maintained
a race track on its fair grounds negli
gently made an opening in the fence
surrounding the track, and through this
opening a horse ran from the track
among the people assembled on the
main part of the fair ground, Injuring
one of the spectators. The court (Ap
pellate court of Indiana) held the fair
association liable for the injury on the
ground that the cause of the injury was
the failure to inclose properly the track.
(Wandeler vs. Rush County Fair Asso
ciation, 60 N. E. Rep., 954.)
A Parting Stab.
"Sarah," said the lady of the house,
breaking the news gently to the new
servant girl, "we shall have to get
along without your services after the
first of the month."
"Yes, mum," replied Sarah, "I'm
sorry the master's affairs are in such
bad shape, mum.
AaiitllliH miif nifi unwrmrnff 1
TTi i'Y'
..v,,w.w.,,.MJ----, -..-j..
The Kind You Have Always Bontrht has borne the siarna-
ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
" Just-as-good" are but Experiments, and endanger the
health of Children Experience against Experiment.
Oastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil,' Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing' Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures. Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething' Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. - It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of
in Use For Over 30 Years.
and all wise mothers make
a household remedy lor the
simple reason that it always
Conquers Pain
Mps Valentino Tollm How
Lydla Em Plnkham'a Vegeta
ble Oomoound Cured Her
Happiness will eo out of your Ufa
forever, my sister, if yon have any
of the symptoms mentioned in Mrs.
valentine' letter, unless you act
promptly. Procure Lydia E. Pink
nam's Vegetable Compound at once.
It is absolutely sure to help yon. Then
write for advice if there ia anything
about your case you do not understand.
You need not be afraid to tell the
things you could not explain to the
doctor your letter will be seen only by
women. All the persons who see priv
ate letters at Mrs. Pinkham's Labora
tory, at Lynn, Mass., are women. All
letters are confidential and advice abso
lutely free.
Mere is tne letter: "It la with
pleasure that I add my testimony to
your list, hop
ing it may in
duce others to
avail the m
selves of the
benefit of your
valuable rem
edy. Before
taking Lyaia
E. Pinkham's
Compound I
felt very bad
ly ,was terribly
nervous, and
tired, had sick
headaches, no
gnawing pain in stomach, pain in my
back and right side, and so weak I
could scarcely stand. I was not able
to oo anytmng. uaa snarp pains ail
through my body. Before I had taken
half a bottle of your medicine, I found
myself improving. I continued its use
until l baa taken lour bottles, ana leit
so well that I did not need to take any
more. I am like a new person, and
your medicine shall always have my
praise." mbs. w. Y. valentine, 600
Ferry Avenue, Camden, N.J.
of ' a
No Cause for Alarm.
"Great heavens!- "What's the cause
of all that yelling around the corner?
Come! Let's hurry; there may be a
murder." - . v- .
"Stay!" Don't get excited. We're
used to that. We hear it every day.
There's . a painless dentist's office
around there." Chicago Times-Herald.
Saw Nothing to It
One of those matter-of-fact persons
who apply the rigidly utilitarian test
to everything was looking one day at
a "puzzle picture" in an illustrated
paper, the puzzle being to "find the
man" cunningly hidden by the artist
in - some unexpected part of the draw
ing. ... " .. . - ' .., - -v. "
"I can't see anything worth looking
at In this picture," he said. :
"See it now?" asked a friend, point
ing out the concealed figure. "That's
the man." -
"Yes, I see him," he replied, still
puzzled. "What of him?"
Ante-War Time Relic la Attic
Cleveland Office Bonding;.
Packed away in the attic of a big of
fice building here Is a heavy old cherry
wood desk at which Captain Ulysses
S. Grant, afterward commander of the
Union armies and President of the
United States, once sat and made a not
very fat living in the real estate busi
ness In St' Louis. -
The desk is big and old-fashioned
now for modern use, and it is covered
with dust and almost forgotten. It be
longs to A. T. Brewer, a Cleveland law
yer, who got it in part payment for
rent, and he told a reporter a few days
ago how it traveled from Grant's of
fice to this Cleveland attic.
In 1870," he said, "I was a young
lawyer just starting and I rented a part
of mv office to a life Insurance man
named Avery, who came from St,
Louis. He brought with him this old
desk, and when he left the -office he
owed me some rent and he left the desk
in payment, with the understanding
that he was to have the right to redeem
it at any time. That was thirty years
ago, and I guess he's dead now.
"He told me all. about the desk. Cap
tain . .Grant, when he dabbled In real
estate in St Louis before the war, had
desk room in Avery's office, and this
was his desk. Avery got it when Grant
went to the war in part payment for
rent as I did later from Avery. He
told me a great deal that was interest
ing about Grant. - - ' '
"When . he was in the real estate
business the Crimean war was on and
Grant was much more Interested In
that than he was in real estate. : He
made large maps of the battlefields in
the Crimea, with the positions of the
fighting amies marked on them,-and he
used to spend hours over these maps,
which he spread out on the top of this
desk. The blunders in the allies' cam
paign annoyed him greatly, and he used
to tell his friends what the command
era should have done.
" 'Here Is the English position,' he
would say, according to Avery, 'and
here are the French. The Turks are
here. Over here are the Russians. The
allies should not have attacked here
that was a mistake. It was just what
the Russians wanted them to do, for it
gave them an opening. What the allies
should have done was to feint here to
distract the attention of the Russians
to their flank, and then concentrate
their forces and attack here. In that
way they would have been able
break through the Rusian lines and
crimple them back.'
"The groups of Grant's fellow citi
zens who listened to these criticisms,
Avery said, used to laugh at the
Captain's criticisms of the European
generals. ; Probably they remembered
that later. . The more in earnest Grant
grew the more amused they were. Then
Grant would see that they weren't fol
lowing him and he would stop. ..
"He was neither silent nor taciturn
in those days, though, and be paid a lot
more attention to bis war maps than
he did to the real estate business. He
seemed wholly absorbed in- the prob
lems in generalship the Crimean war
For many years, Mr. Brewer says,
he used the old, desk himself, and he
still keeps it for the sake of its associa
tions; but he has no room for It In the
office he now occupies, and that's why
it is relegated to the attic among the
discarded and useless furniture piled
under the roof. New York Sun.
Wanted to Be in Harmony.
Brisket What can I send you up
today, Mrs. Styles? .
Mrs. S. Send me a leg of mutton,
and be sure It is from a black sheep.
Brisket A black sheep?
Mrs. S. Yes; we are in mourning,
you know. Tid-Bits.
unci BjTupL Tastes uooo. usaf I
mi me. poig py qroyinra.
r i
- Out of Place. '
"Back!" shouted the hero. "Your
presence here Is only perfunctory.'
You are doing nothing whatever to ad
vance the action ot the story."
With a muttered curse the villain
shrank back into the chapter in which
the murder takes place, and the story
proceeded on the conventional lines
prescribed by Our best modern critics.
Enforcing the Law.
"Take that dog off the street, or
I'll run you in," ordered the conscien
tious policeman.
t "But why?" asked the man with the
, dog. "He has a license on."
I "That's all right as far as it goes; ;
but that's a spitz dog. and we have
strict orders to enforce the anti-expectoration
ordinance." Baltimore
Catarrh of the Stomach.
Babbi David Klein, 52S E. Main
street, Columbus, O., writes the fol
lowing to Dr. Hartman in regard to
Peruna: "It affords roe great, pleasure
to testify to the curative merits of
your medicine. Peruna is a well-
tried and widely-used remedy. Es
I pecially as a specific for catarrh of the
Istcmach it cannot be excelled. - Pe
runa will do all that is claimed for
11 Vl
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Marine Amcnitier.
Here the Sea Serpent rallied the
Mermaid upon her notorious non-existence.
"He who lives in a glass house
should not throw stones!" retorted the
Mermaid, with spirit.
The laugh was against the Sea Ser-
j pent, howbeit he loudly protested that
! he resided for the most part either in
wood or Doulton ware, or something
of that sort, and but seldom in glass.
65000 "rill bm 'd I thian
auuu naf Im not aanulnm.
TJdlm E. Plnkhmm Mmdlotnm Om,
Made Money in America.
Theodore Chartrain. the French nor-
trait painter, is said to have earned
more money during his short visit to
the United States than during all the
rest oi nls previous career.
Good Word for Him.
Banks Dumlelgh is not such a
dunce as they make him out. He gets
oft a good thing once in a while.
Hill But it isn't original.
Banks Still, it's bright in him, to
remember it. Boston Transcript.
Redd Have you seen - those new
golf stockings of Link's? They look
like a checker-board.
Green Should think they might
give him the.appearance of having a
game leg. Yonkers Statesman."
Rabbi David Klein.
People afflicted with catarrh of the
stomach complain of lassitude, all-tired-out
feelings, their blood becomes
thin, nervous system deranged, food
seems to do them no good, continuous
and increasing weakesa. Peruna is a
specific for catarrh of the stomach.
Peruna corrects the impaired diges
tion, makes rich blood and steady
- "Summer Catarrh" sent free by
The Teruna Medicine Co., Colum
bus, O.
Hearts Not Trumps.
Oldspark Love, they say, is the per
fume of the heart.
1 Miss Younger Well, perhaps it is;
i but, really, I don't care for perfumery.
Mr. Falntart Miss Upperton, I feel
that I am overpresumptuous; that you
are not for me; that you will refuse
my hand; nevertheless I offer it to
you, in order to satisfy in a measure
Miss Upperton (faintly) April fool!
Patents Procured.
Prompt. Efficient and Satisfactcr Service.
Attorney's fee not DavRble till naient eranted.
Try us. Taber fc Whitman Co., 8-40 Warder
Bldg., Washington, D. C.
A Sporting Note.
First Bear I saw a man shot a min
ute ago.
Second Beai- What for?
First Bear For impersonating me,
I think Puck.
Tin i in- i - j
Brooklyn. N. Y.. SeDt. 16th. The Garfield
Tea Co., manufacturers of Garfield Tea. Gar
field Headtiche Powders, Garneld Tea Syrup,
Garfield Belief Plasters, Garfield Digestive
Tablets and Garfield Lotion, are now occupy
ing the large and elegant office building and
factory recently erected by them. For many
years the Garneld Remedies have been grow
ing in popularity, and their success is well
deserved. - They cure diseases and keep people
we.l and strong.
V Contracted.
"Oh, I don't know!" remarked the
optimist, i "After all, you'll find- in
every one at least some of the milk
of human kindness."-
"Huh!" grunted the cynic. "What
you do find is usually the condensed
variety?" Philadelphia Press.
S3.00 TO $5.00 PER DAY
Easily made for the next 90 days, selling an
attractive line of Holiday Goods. For full par
ticulars send name and address to
Star Bldg., Chicago, Ills.
BP3i possioie ro sand. Best material. Best pro
portion. Best finish. Lightest running. Seventy
years' experience. MM CHKl.l.. LP1M IM &
8TATEK Co., 1st and Taylor Sis., Portland, Or
Best and only
perfect blower cuc
Ter ou the market.
8end for circular.
Mitchell, Lewi? Ic
Staver Co.
Portland, Ore. '
JOHN POOLE, Portland, Oregon,
foot ot Morrison Street.
Can give you the best bargains in
Buggies. Plows. Boilers and Knginea,
Wimimilis and Pumps an 1 General
Machinery. See us before buying -
Hard to Understand.
"What makes Mrs. Vyperi apparent
ly so welcome and charming a conver
sationalist In society?"
"It's a mystery to me. I understand
she's been sued several times for slan
der." Philadelphia Times.
: In the Labour Market
The following appeal is extracted
from a church paper: "Old man, lame,
deaf, epileptic desires situation. Will
any Christian take him; for a garden
er?" St. James Gazette.
300 mm securefl Yearly.
San Francisco Business College
1836 Market St., Sun Francisco, Cat.
FULL COURSE, $60.03.
- Write for Catalogue. '-
Summer Resolutions
Great Opportunity.
Mrs. Bjenkins They are going to
have another rummage sale next week.
Mr. Bjenkins Good! I wish you'd
send down that rocking chair in the
sitting-room that I always tumble over
when I come in late at night. Somer
ville Journal. -
iCoeiey Curb
Sure relief fi om liquor, opinm and tobaecqr
bend lor particulars to
Kesley Institute.
Hored to 420 William
Ave., East Side. .-
x. r. x. d.
K. 33 101.
WHEN writing; t advertiser? please
msution this paper.
- Words Coined In Boston.
' When Boston was three years old, the
word "coasting," In the sense of sliding
down an Inclined plane, was used for
the first time by the Court of Assist
ance. . The term . "lumber"- appeared
first In the town records in 1663, being
employed to designate the embarrass
ment caused by the "lumbering" up of
the streets at a time when the settlers
were doing a great business in forest
products.1 Schooner, sleigh, harness,
phaeton, carry-all, barge, currency, ten
der, sinking-fund, depreciation, appre
ciation, caucus (1740), labor trust (1741),
unconstitutionality, gerrymander,- war
den, unconstitutional, Immigrant, and
chromo, are all Yankee words, that
bave been Imitated and used far and
wide, -'j -'- y-;:;--Considering
the monotony of a mar
ried man's life, his wife should really
contrive oftener to bare hot biscuits
Means misery on the eve of life. Nine out ."
of ten old people are constipated because the
muscles of their intestines have become- '
weak, worn out and flabby. Constipation ;
is the curse of old age, causes bile and '
acid poisons to remain in the blood, making
the skin yellow and wrinkled, " the eyes
bleary and causing , the "bones to ache.".
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