As every druggist knows, dropsy has been one of the incurable diseases when caused either from heart, liver or kidney trouble.
In the beginning he had called on her several times along with the druggist.
The druggist was the first person she "tackled" in her campaign.
"Do not be uneasy," said the druggist, when he returned to his friends.
I recognized the latter as a druggist from Pontoise, with a wife of his own.
"I'll run to my laboratory for some aromatic vinegar," said the druggist.
A genial gentleman, the druggist, white-coated and dapper, stepping affably about the fragrant-smelling store.
Then the druggist joked him about quill-drivers and the law.
A physician can prescribe without sending his patient to the druggist; and when he does, then it is his words are gold.
And every morning the druggist rushed for the paper to see if his nomination were in it.