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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Kllf aORKIMtf (MOWUATi Mimnti.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
A man, both of whose arm had been
cut off near the ihoul ler, mi found
1ond drunk In ihe stroctsof Now York
the other day.
A Isrgo pomiiJnn vralKetl into the
Union Iron work of Virginia City
0110 iil-jlit rercntlj', and after much
difficulty lie was) captured.
Some fine icciineii9 of iron oro wore
rccenlly diwovoird about ton miles
from SMhcck, Wnshiiiftton Territory,
near the foothills of the Coast range,
A man niiirclied into Wilmington.
Del., bearing tho gun, knapsack, cap,
and bcltofnsoldier.but wearing not. a
stitch ofrlothing. lie was a lunatic.
Mcrrit King, nn Ithaca (N.V.) law
yer, is said to have the largest private
hvr library, with one exception, in
the Unitod States. Ho has nearly
During the past 11 vo years ox-Gov-crnor
Stanford, of ('alil'ornia, litis ac
cumulatP.d u hlablo of 2lJ4 bcail of thor
oughbred and trotting horses at Lis
stud farm, l'alo Alto, O il.
Dr. Louis Knox, of Putmtm county
New York, has two pet pigs which ho
has taught to play euchre, so that they
can vanquish iho best plnyi-rs in tho
An Oregon ranchman threw a lasso
clumsily, and the noose fell around
his own neck. Just tlmii tho horno
iiiiBcalM bim, and, one end of tho rope
being last to the baddle, bo was chok
od to d 0,1 t!i.
Itis anticipated that tho nowliyhN
house at Ivkl vHtdiio, on the English
coast, will bocompletod by the autumn
of 1882, or four years from the time
when the work was begun. Tho tow
er will b- one bundled and seventy
From analyses uinilo of various
American and Australian tinned meats
and vegetables, Winner concludes that
these articles of diet arc alight ly, if at
all inferior to raw meat and fresh veg
etables. Natural cavems of large size, one at
least being 000 fret long, have ln?on
Uncovered at West Harp tree, near
Wells, Somer-elsliirc, England. Jt is
hinud that the investigations have
reveabd matters of great interest to
antiquarians and aivhuofftgi$ts.
Tim Synod of the Kussi ui Church is
Fending a (J reek priol with soiuofl,
( 00 to puicliii.se a site tor a cbuivli in
. San l'Vunciwo. Oilier ollicials will
follow, with more money, a choir and
Ihe aen-ories of a full-Hedged ltus
fiiin Gitek church.
Susan Gladden, of Unionvillc, Ohio,
being very angry ut Forest .Muriel,
told tiim she would shoot him or his
'horse with tl.egun the carried, which
ever he chose. He, said "Neiti.ei',''
and bhe mercifully decided on tho
beast, sen ling a bullet through its
The seven largest Congregational
churches in this eounti v are lirook
lyn, '-',511 ; Chicigo.FiM, i,l'J3 ; Cen
tittl, r.rooklyn, IJroatlwny Tab-
crnacl, Now York city, Uii8; ('hurcli
of the l'ilurmi-,lJrooil'4i,yM ; Church
of the Di-c pie-, New York etyf b(J7;
Oberlin First, O.iio, 7i;.
Thchoiis.' in whti'li Diniel WebHler
was iiiiirricd to M'us Li-Hoy, daiigliler
of II.tiiuii Leltoy, in New York,
some liny je.iraao, U sii l sianding.
It is on liiwt-r l'ro;i.hviy,uow occu
pied by aii il"au itf.r.iil,vay for offi
ces. In iin d-.y it w:i oop ot the Uu
ct residjucts hi New York.
Of hiseariy experience nsa journal.
1st , Ni !. Arci.'b.ihi Forbes si a : "l was
running the Scotchman at. Uiu I imo. 1
wusoi'iit to Meiilz and the j nper died,,
1 lost i'l,(iut) ai.d swore IM Imvc nolii
ing mote to do wiili iMiaiiu,: a news
paper. Th.it. o't'i icsi in JL't.'i'M) a
year. Ivlimnti Y;tt'', v. ,.i m lr: n I.
Ciltlip f)'o.'on .i' ;. warned iuolo"o
in and put in bid , '.'.:". 1 wutikii'l,
jiM on tlm I : c n. (. To-.!fiy t m
World nm i.'.i.r.'itn i e, .'.sm 0
Mr, U was m;. re,
;il J. i. m t. c vCiy
A Water Filter.
Pure water is of great importance
to tho human family, and where the
advantages of good 'springs are not at
hand, and tho water is impure, the
following cheap plan of making a fil
ter, copied from a communication in
the Canada Farmer, may be of ser
vice: Kain water is much hoalthicr than
hard water as a beveiMge, and the fol
lowing will be found an easy and
cheap way to lit it for drinking pur
poses: Have an oak tub mado, hold
lug from half to a barrel, according to
the amount needed in the family ; let
it stand on end with a faucet near the
bottom or 1 preler a holo through
tho bottom m 'iir the front bide, Willi a
tube in it, which prevents Ihe water
from rolling (he oulsidn of the tub.
Then put eluiii pe'ddes throe or four
inches in thickness over tho bottom of
the tub. Now have charcoal pulver
ized to the ic of small peas (that mado
'from hard nmplu is the best), and put
in a half bushel or boat a time; pound
it down quite linnly, and then put in
more and pound uniii until the tub Is
filled to wUhiu eiln indies of tho
top; again put on two inches more of
tho pebbles, mid Uumi put a piece of
clean while, flannel over the whole
ton as a bi.ruii.u-.
Tho fliiuiie.1 can bo washed occasion
ally to remove ilui impurities collect
ed from tho water, and it might bo
well to uui a ihuiiiul between tne pub
Ides and the bottom ftlso. When tho
charcoal becomes foul it can be re
newed as before, but will work a
whole seawiiMviihoiii renewing. Put
on your water freely until it becomes
clear, -when you will bo as
well satisfied as you would bo if it
'ran through a patent filter costing six
times as much as this. A large jur to
liold tho filtered wulcrcanbo set hi
the Ico box if preferred, or an occa
sional pleco of ice can bo put iu the
wafer; but if tho filter is set in the
cellar, as it should be, the water will
b i sufliciently cool for health. This
makes a good cider llltcr, also first
training me rider through cotton to
Jieo it from the coarsest pomace.
THE DAILY CAIIiO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1881.
Eorl Dunrayeu's Uliost Story.
"My soul and body, sir," Slid John,
tho guide, "never see such luck In all
my life; moNtaabad as wo had two
years ago when wo was camped away
down Fast by Iho bead of Martin's
river. You remember, sir, the nlht
we Haw the 1 i 1 1 la flro in tho woods
close by, when there was no one there
to make-It? Very curious that was;
can't mako that out at all. What was
It, do you think?"
'Tcrhap ghosts making a Are,
Job ii." said I.
" Yes, sir, mobbo; soino of our peo
ple believe In ghosts, sir; vory foolish
people, somo Indians.''
"Don't you,. John?"
"Oh no, sir. 1 never seed no ghosts. 1
have seen and heard some curious things
though. I was hunting once with
two gentlemen near Kooky Hiver you
know the placo well, sir. Wo were
all silling fa camp; winter time, sir;
pretty late, about bud time. Tho gen
tleman woro drinking their grog, and
we were smoking and talking, when
we heard soiuo one walking, coming
up to tho camp. 'Hollo P said one of
tho gentlemen, 'who can this bo at
thifl time of night?' Well, sir, wo
stopped talking, and wo all heard
tho man walk up to tho door. My
soul, sir, wo could hoar his moccasins
crunching on tho hard, dry snow quite
plain. 1 1 o walked up to tho door, but
did not opcti it, did not speak, did not
knock. So, after a little while, ono
of us looked out nobody there; no
body there at all, sir. -Next morning
thoro was not a track on tho snow
not a track and no snow fell in tho
night. Well, sir, wo stayed thero a
fortnight, and most every night wo
con Id hear a man in moccasins walk up
to the door and slop; and if we look
ed, there was no one thero, and ho left
no tracks in' tho snow. What was it,
do you think, hir?"
Don't know, John, I am sure," 1
said, "utilcon it was sonic strange etl'cct
of t tic wind it pon t'ne trees."
"Well, sir, I seed a curious thing
once. I was hunting with a gentle
man from the old country, 1 think
bo was my word, sir, a long time auo
inebbe thirty years or more, My
sou I and body, sir, what a sight of
moose there was in the woods iu thoso
days! and the caribou run in great
herds then ; all failing, now, sir, ail
failing. We were following caribou,
right fresh tracks in tho snow; wo
were kccpiii.' a sharp look-out, ex
pecting lo view them every minute,
when 1 looked up and saw a man
standing between us and whero
tl o caribou had gone. Ho was not
more than two hundred yards off I
could sco him quite pl iiu. Ho had on
a cloth cap an, i a green blanket coat,
with a belt arouii t the middle not a
leather belt like wo use, sir, but a
woolen one like what the French men
it su in Canada. Thero was a braid
down the seams of his coat und round
Ins on lis. I could see tho braid quite
plain, lie bad no gun, nor axe, nor
nothing iu bis hands, but just stood
therewith bis hand on his hip, that
way, right iu Iho path, doing nothing.
"'Our hunting all over sir,' 1 said
to the gentleman; 'wo may. us well go
home.' 'Why, what is the matter,
John?' says he. 'Why, look at tho
man, there, right iu tho track; he's
scared our eariooti, I guess.' Well sir,
ho was Vi;ry mad, the gentleman was,
and was for turning rignt round and
"oiii" lioiuu : but 1 wanted to go tin
and bpeak to the man. lie stood there
all the liuio never moved. I kind of
bowed, no ii led my head to him, and
bo kind of no ,dod his lioa I, ju-t the
same way to me. Well, 1 started to
go up lo him, when uprose a gieit
tat tow-moo! between him and me.
.Look at the inooe, Captain,' wild I.
'School hurl' 'Goo I Heavens, John!'
bo says, 'if 1 do 1 shall shoot the man,
loo!' 'No, no, sir, never mind,' I cried,
'lire at tho jnoo.ie!' Well, sir, he up
with the gun, tired, and downed tho
tnooe. She jii.?t ran a lew yards,
pitched forward, an I fell (h ad ; 'when
the hinoko cleared oil' lha man was
gone, could not sec him iiow heres.
'My soul and body ! what's become.of
the man, Captain?' I says. 'Dunno,
John; perhaps he is down, too,' sayi
he. 'Well, sir,' says I, 'you stop hero,
and I will go and look ; ninbbo he is
dead, mobbo not rpiito dead yet.'
Well, I went, up to the place, and
there was nothing there nothing hut
a liltle pine tree, no man at all, 1 went
all rou in I, sir no tricks, no sign of a
man anywhere on the snow. What
was it, do vou think, sir, wo saw?"
"Well. John," I replied, "I think
that was a curious instance of refrac
tion." "Oil, inebby," says John.
Preservation of Wood.
The decav of wood inilicdded in the
earth Is difficult to guard ngainst j but
a simplo precaution, costing neither
money nor labor, will increase the du
rability of posts put, in the ground by
fifty per cent. This is by simply
faking caro t'nit tho wood u inverted,
i. p., placed iu tho opposite direction
lo thai in which it grow. Experi
ments have 1 1 roved that ostk posts put
in the ground in the same position as
that in which they grow, top upwards,
wcro rotten in twelvo years, while
their neighbors, cut from tho same
treo, and placed top downwards in tho
soil, showed no signs of decay for sev
eral years afterwards. It is supposed
that the capillary tubes in tho tree are
so adjusted as toopposo tho rising of
moisture when tho wood ia inverted.
Whatever the cause, tho fact is of im
portance. The directors and slockholdurs of
tho proposed new opera-house in New
You are budly engaged in examining
and discussing tho plans of thu four
architects who havo been invited to
draft designs for tho now structure.
The building islo be of pressed brick
with terra cotta trimmings, and, with
its approaches, will occupy the wholo
or the block bounded by Vanderhllt
and Madison avenues and Forty-third
and Forty-fourth streets. Vory littlo
of It w i 1 1 ho of stone, it will be thor
oughly flre.proof, and special atten
tion will In) puiii to the salbtv and
comfort of the auditors. Tho audi
torium will si;at about three thousand
persons. Tho chief ornamentation
will bo bestowed on the interior, it
is expected that the house will be
ready for occupancy iu umo tol. t,
Wlu lor scawn ol l so 1.2.
The Effects of Mental Exhaustion.
Many" diseases, especially those of tho
nervous system, arc tho products of daily
renewed mental exhaustion. Business avo
cations often involve an amount of mental
wear mid tear very prejudicial to physical
health, and Ihe prolessions.if arduously pur
sued, are uo less destructive to brain and
nerve tissue. It is one of the most im
portant attributes of Ilostetter's Stomach
Bitters that it compensates for this undue
loss of tissue, and that it imparts now en
ergy to the brain and uerves. The rapidi
ty with which it renews weakened mental
energy and physical vitality is remarkable,
and shows that its invigorating properties
are of the highest order. Besides increas
ing vital stnmina, and counteracting the
effects of mental exhaustion, this potential
medicine cures and prevents fever and
utile, rheniiitism, chronic dyspepsia and
constipation, kidney and uterine weakness
and other complaints. Physicians also
commend it as a medicated stimulant and
Man a Laughing Animal.
Man is sai l lo bo Iho only animal
that can cry, and yet ho is not really
a drying creature." He is a laughing
and "smiling creature. The hours
which bring tears do not conio very
often. Some firesides sco ten ot1 twen
ty years in which no ono has cause for
weeping. Many hundreds and thou
sands meet with no sorrow for a quar
ter of a century. The days on which
man cries are few compared with all
tho days of his life. Man is an animal
that can cry, butdie is most perfectly
a creature that, . laughs. Not many
days pass that bring no pleasant smiles
to tho nrijoiity. Thero is a column
of laughter in tho daily newspaper.
The light dramas of a pure and in
genious quality draw largo audiences,
while painful tragedy is less popular,
becauso all mankind would rather
laugh than cry. It ought to be an a
priori argument iu favor of life's in
trinsic sweetness and worth that "
man conies up into it with his faco
beaming with smiles, and this smile
widens out as years pass, and the dear
old father laughs and play with chil
(iron, and one merriment like one elec
tricity thrills the heart of infant and
Itching Piles Symptoms and Cure.
The symptoms are moisture, like pers-
Ljjiration, intense itching, increased by
scratching, very distressing, particularly at
night, as if pin worms were crawling in and
about the rectum; the private parts are
sometimes affected; if allowed to continue,
very serious results may follow. Dr.
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Swayne's Tills are the best for all bil
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Tens of thousands ot doffars are tqander
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Why will not the public leurn common
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bunnoas man In Cairo, au,i tnevery city (not si
ready taken. A tew hundred dollars necessary to
pay for gnods ou delivery ufier orders have been
secured for Hie sauiu, 1."0 per month proflt
guaranteed, The most search ing Investigation
solicited. A. M. AHNOLD CO, corner Mrat
btreel and Hroadway, Hrouklyn, N, Y,
THE MILD POWtB fl
Huuipliroys' Homoopothio fipocificsl
I'roved froui anile ex.erlenee an entire I
ueeiK. Hlmi.le, rrempl. nueieiu. fii't
Ilellulile, tliey lire the only ineUlelnei
ailnpU"! to iOiii)ur use.
UST I'lllSt ll !. not. i uiiki. miOE
1. I-Vrr, Cini!e,tl,iii. liiflaniniatlons, .25
2. Worms. Wurm lever. Worm I'olle, .
3. ( tvllIU Olie, nr'leetlllllKor IllfUlltS, &
4. hiarrlien ot t lillilreii or AiIuIih. -t.
Iyenlerv. Criillur, lillloua Colle,
(I. Cfmlera lnrbn, oiiilIiHK, - .
7. Coiiilli". Cold, lli'Miicliltls. . - . ,'JS
H. .Neuriilvln, looiliiu lio, Kaeeachf.
II. Ilrailneliea, Kick Headaches, VertlKO.-'
in. Itvieii-ln, milium htouiaeli, - .'
II. Hniinreeil or I'lilnlnl Period.,
I. v lilies, loo tiroiiiho rerii'im,
Vi I'rouji, CoiikIi.
inn i u 1 1 Hreatlilna, ,M
II. hall Kin
leiim. Krykliii.'las, r.rui'doiii.
IS ItlieiiiiuiliKiii, hliciiiuutlc I aluii. M
ifi. Keieruinl lle,i bill, Kevcr, Akuih. !ti
17. Piles, blind or UleeilluK. .Ml
l'J. ii I ii r 1 1 1 . unite or ehroiilc: Iiiduenr.n. Mi
vM. liiinnloK ( oukIi, vloli nt CoiikIis, ,U)
:i. I.eoerul Dehllilv . I'liyt'l W eukucHs, .90
I' lilnev IliacHnc,
Ji. Nertim. hi-lilllty, Spenniilurrhen, I. no
I finiiry enkocs. Welllnutlie lied. Ml
:. IIi.i'Iihc of ihe III art, i'itllliiMiin, l.i'i
f-iirwile hy ilniirnlnlit, or sent Iiy the Cam
orHiuKie vi.ii, i ree in i-nuruc, on reet-ii,!
nrlee. Ninil Mr Iir. Iliiinplire ' lliH.lt on
llUeane. die. 'Ill imiieni, ulao lllualreted
M( olnlimnt!. FHKI..
.Mud. Co.. 1UU l ulluu (j Aew jtk.
,!iir,s., Miiinniirevs iinniconainic
J.ESTEY&C2 Brajtlebofio VI
In ptsifeeilT p'ii. Proneunr.,,1 ihe bum hy hith-
eat llle-li,' l n it IhtiIi- 111 lliv woilj (iitett higut-l
awitrl al tl Wnf 1 1' f.i,-"",'i. ml tl I' rn ?H.
Boldoyl(rj,'v.i. W B (CUICrrELIN CO . R X
f STOPPED FREE
Irnane Psnni Rei'tirsrll
for all Htn 4 (v l)iiiitiw. Only tun
t urf ftr Fin. Fmumv ami Strrf J'hUvmt.
IsriLLiiat if tJik'ii Ulrerird. A' Fittajur
tiritdau iui. TrratlM ami 12 trill bottlefrenta
V ittiiillent.lheT luywixexpreisaKe. fnd nain
P. II, ami eiir- i tn- lo lot. Kt.INlt.v I
Wlinnnt meilUnca. AI.l.AWU FOLmiS MEHI.
( ATE1J Dol OHW. I'aitLUtd October 14, ltftt
No. 1 will enre any rut to foor dnrs. or W.
No. J iil cure tne mu,t otmtluale lae, no mailer
W now lnnirl-ilinK.
No nxtmeous Xutrt nf enbfbn, cnpalba or oil of
fcadilwood, thai are certain it pro'loce dyspt pia
ry d -nirtiymif the cminfi of the siomarh. So
yrln.-etor amrlnecnt InjucUoiu. Ut produce other
Price i i). MU BT ALL DErGGISTS, or
Dialled "f receipt ot nrii-e.
For ( her particular! send fir elrcnlar.
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Wulci.nfs and aure core.
1 Or lailylliat scn1 n Ini ir
B'Mrn Mill receive some-
tlilnu Free ba Hut. that
may prove the itepplmt-stone to a life Of soceeH.
Ill tpeei..lly adttriiudto thoae who have reached
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Oreeuwiclt Street, New Vork.
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medical mm mil m pui home tall
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rv M l i"K C. iMX V,
GfiUT WESTERGUN WORKS,
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fatalrU... .ltkAt WEfe-ftliS OUS WOUK.8,
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HE FAMILY HAND BOOK:
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Ut Sou l fa Mti htrvvt, Uro'i.yrj, N, V,
fe'ttitltj. nn,l I'rinclttfi I ininriitil.l.
FOntTNTS M I'E
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To Nervous Snll'ercrs-TliP treut Kiiropesn Rep.
eilv Pr. .f. I'.. SiinpNiiii'NSpecillr Sledlellie.
Dr. J II. Sliopnon'a Kpeclflc Medicine Is a pose
live cure for Spi rninion hea, Itnpidenry, Weakness
unit all diseases n sulliim from Self Aliuse. as Ner
voumDi lillilv. Irritahlllty. Mental Anxiety, Lnuejior,
Lassitude, Depreseion of plrllsaid funrtioniil do
raiiKements nl the Nervous System veiierally l'nlns
In Hack or Hide, Lneaof Mi niorv. Premature (Urt
Age and licenses
tiiut lead to Con
ty and an early
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chattered I h n
system may be
from excesses of
any kind, a shoit
course of Ihls mcilii ine vt ill renloni lite lost Inno
llona and procure health and happiness, where ho
fore was despondency and kIooiii The pecillc
Medlclno la Iiuihk need with wonderful suc
cess. Pamphlets sent free io all. .Write for them and
(jet full parttcuiius.
Price, Hperllle. (Sl.inper pnrkiii;e,(ir rlx pack
nK'ea for .ri.no. Will he sent hy mall on receipt ol
money. Address all orders,
J. 11. SIMPSON'S MEDICINE CO.,
Nos. H4 end H.KI Main St.. Ilull'alo. N. T.
Hknj. I' C.hafton, Stout B. Ladd
IIamikht E. Paine,
n Lain Cotnuilssiouer of l'Hteil
I'AINE, GRAFTON LA DP,
Attorney. at-I.aw and BoHcllor. of AmerlrM and
4,2 FIFTH HTHK'wAS-BWaTOll. D. O.
Practice patent law In .11 Jnchi the
raiont Office, and In th "Xmnhl! " eent f""
Court! of the United 1 8' "!;.,r P
on receipt of etinnp for poit
if ii f
SCIENCE ve. EPILEPSY I
DOCTOR. against QUACK ! I
A LEADING LONDON PHYHICIAV K8TAB
LISIIEH ANOKKK R IN NKWYOHKFOIl
TIIK CUIIK OK EPILEPTIC PITS.
(From Am. Journal of Medicine.)
Dr. Ah. Meacrole (Into of London), who uiakei a
ipeclalty of Epilepsy, has without douht treated
and cured morn csmm thun nnv m h.. lli.l,ii ..v......
clan, Ilia success has simply been astonishing;
iiv w.v iiHiu ui ,n-ii in otvr w vcurit sianuiiiff,
successfully cured hy him. lie has published a
valuable work on this disease, which he sends with
a lario hoi i le tif IiIm u,.m.lj..rnt r..u .....
sulferer who may send their express and P. O. ad-
...err. it e auvise aiivtine wisuint; a cure to au
d ess Dr. AU. MK8EKOLE, io. WJohn at., New
ft'O PKlt MONTH OUAHANTEKI). We will
. - vu pay the above sal'iry to capable and rella
blu men who will permanentlv ait as our local
audits Iu each counly iu the "I'nlled Slates and
Canada, or they ran, If they choose, work on com
mission. Wlib reliable parties we will contract
by the year or term of years. We will send to any
tiarly meaning hiislnecs siuntiles of our leisters,
blanks and circulars, with our rates and terms, on
receipt or $!l We aru not telling samples, hut
want art ive agents at once. TBICAltW hi I'H
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LOSS OF IEHV0tS POWEK,
Are po-ltively enred by
Attention has been called to the fact that Inas
much as Sa ts of Ilvpophosphltes are more readily
absorbed by the system, they are better Indicated
ts auxiliaries with which lo Improve the lliood.
and generally cuie Wasting Diseases, than ail other
preparations from Phosphorus. And since 1 hos
phortu enters to largely into the animal ei oliumv,
ltberiimvsparrxrnllet.ee the bei vetitele v. lib
whn h to as-ociaie the other vitalizing Ingredients
of htalthy Blood, Nerve and Mustle, In Kelluw-i'
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end, hcreas. tt aa Invented with a view to sup
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Herbal Ointment .-Invaluable furWonudeJiri.il
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