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v q '8 State Street, C'bietgo, III
r. i ' nolUr 10 P0,t!M stampe or
ii ' uui imii wiLQ KIZO Of IflM
1. MI.. n power residing In
whw ttier r worn, or muner refoadod. lOWj
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The citltr for prompt and afflclent hoaftehold
rmdlei la dallr growtnr mo' ImperatiTe aud
of thfa BoaMtler'a Stomach Bitten la tho chlaf
in merit and the moat popular. Irregularity of
the itomach and bowels, malarial levera, lWer
enapialnt, debility, rheamattam and minor tlU
aente, are iboroouhlT comiaered by thla Incom
parable faml'y reatoratl e and medicinal iafegnerd
and It la Jatly regarded ae the pureet and moet
OomprehenolTe remedy of itacla a.
Tor tale by all drngKliU nd dealeri generally.
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and vary tresses of abundant)
beautiful Hair must use
LYON'S KATHAIRON. This
elegant, cheap article always
males ihe Hair grow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray;
ne8. remoTes dandruff ana
itching, makes the Hair
strong, glving.it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position. Beau
tiful, healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kathakon.
Thii pnroui plaater M
famous tor Ite qulok
and hrarty action ln
enrlnar Uai Beek,
tn the Back, Bide or Hip, Neuralgia, BUS JotnU
.fag 1HUM, Bore Caen, juunvy nnuum wu ii pauu
m aaha either local or deep-eeated. It floottuw, Btnofth
aaaaail BUaMlaaoe the parte, Tlie etrtuee of hope eoe
Maad with aruma-cleen nd read to apply. Superior to
, ZTiaiackk Miooe and aalrea. Price ID oenU or (or
. Sold by drug-1 ja
mum end eoantry MX
Bfim maw wu
aelvl of prtoe, Hop
1Ur Company, Vn
lay Ihebeet family pill made-Hawlvy'i Stomach aod
Pluaant In artlnnand any to t
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OtTICE; NO. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
OFFICIAL PAP18QF ALKIAMDgB OOUNTT.
EKTBKKD AT THB Ckmn
-w- at W V V IU IIIH
ruAMBMIHION THROCGH TBI MAILS AT
8KCOKD CLAM RATE.
Crime, TjTMnny and
Kinnii I'cet in
A lare proportion of thn throng at
the UaptiNt ruinLstur'n niHHiin yostor
day wore women a03embk'if to hear
Miss Adelo Fields, fur eiylitoon years a
missionary in or nmir Swatow, China,
"peak of her experienco anionjf the
Chincso women. Miss Fields said the
progress of Christianity ainon-r the wo-
m.lD ' 9hini1 Iiad but)n Hlf-w. bt the
difficulties encountered at i vory stop
were enormous. Infanticide was a ter
ribly common rrinio among thorn, and
it was very hard to persuade them that
it was sinful to kill a girl baby. One
woman, Ion;; after she had become a
Christian and a zealous worker for the
chnrch, was smitten with the convic
tion of her guilt in having destroyed
her five daughters within an hour of
the birth of each. She went to Miss
Fields and askod if she might hope to
The banda2in2 of the feet nf Phlnnsn
firls to stop thoir growth was a Lorri
lo evil, and ono that the missionaries
had striven hard, and with some sun.
cess to check. The practice dated back
900 years. A very brutal man once
told Miss Fields that if the women wore
not thus crippled thev would bo as
strong as the men, aud the latter would
no longer be able to beat them.
There is verv little marital fi Ucitu in
China. The girl had no voice in the
choice of a husband. .She was simply
carrjod to her intended father-in-law's
house and there Introduced to the
bridegroom. "What did von think r.f
him when voti first sw nim-' . a
question M's Fields had oftm asked.
and tha reply almost invariauly was:
"I hated him." Excent amonr the
Christians, wifo beating was carried on
in every famifv. A friend of Miss Fields
who had gained the affections of a Chi
nese wife, was approached by the lat
ter, who whispered in her ear: "Does
your husband often beat you?" "I am
ony uo is arau, sam a widow, refer
ring to her deceased husband, ile was
very ood to me. He seldom heat me "
Their standard of happiuess was not to
be beaten often. None hud an idea of
what it was not to be beaten at all.
-Vcio 1'onfc Sun. - . .
Ao Anwdole of General Mieiinan.
Many good anecdotes of Slierman
were current iluriuy the war. Sr.mo
them, he one said, when they were
brought to his notice, had been'told of
every general since Hannibal." Here is
one of undoubted authenticity which
shows his sagacity in dealing with the
population of conquered towns. After
he occupied Memphis, tho r--r ' .'. .
business closed, so that, save tor the
movements of the soldiers, the place
looked like a city of the dead. Ho is
sued an order directing that the stores
and shops should be opened during
business hours, toe schools resume
their courses, and the churches hold
their customary services. Among the
people who called at his headquarters
to protest against this order, or to ask
for explanations, was the clergyman of
an Episcopal church, who said that the
ritual of his denomination contained a
prayer for the President which, under
thA circumstances, embarrassed him.
Whom do you regard as your Presi
dent?" asked Sherman bln'ntly. "We .
look upon Mr. Davis as our President,"
replied, the minister. "Very well; pray
for Jeff Davis if you wish.' He needs
your prayeri badly. It will take a
great deal of praying to save him."
"Then I will not be compelled to pray
for Mr. Lincoln?" "Oh. no. He s a
good man, and don't need your pray
ers. You may pray for him if you like
but there is no compulMou," answered
Sherman, instantly divining that the
clergyman wanted to pose as a martyr
before his parishioners, and had hoped
that he would be ordered to use the
prayer for the President of the United
States. The next Sunday, the pre
scribed prayer wtw so modi tied by tho ,
preacher as to leave out all mention of
the President, aud to refer only to "all
in authority." A'. I". SmnUci in the
Walk I tijr ao an
Prof. Sargent, of Harvard college,
delivored a lecuue last evening at the
Union hall upon the subject of walk--Ing.
He referred to the numerous ad
verse criticisms which his ideas in this
connection, as presented in his lecture
of last wjnter. had called forth. As an
illustration of tho nature of these criti
cisms he read an article, which main
tained that moderate walking, instead
of being thfi poorest, was tho best pos
sible method of exercise, ln answer
to this, Dr. Sargent suggested that the
very common error of drawing general
inferences from his own particular
case. For a person troubled with In
somnia nervous diseases, nnd particu
lar kinds of heart troubles, the exercise
obtained from a number of moderate
walks, takeu at intervals during the
day, is the best thing that can be found.
Rapid walking, or any other violeut
exercises, serve rather to aggravate
than cure troubles of this nature. Hut
for a man in the enjoyment of good
health these saunters are wholly use
loss. What he needs is a sharp, brik
walk, which will stm t I he circulation
of the blood and bring all the muscles
of the body into play. Walks of this
kind are very bcnclicial, and heartily
recommended. The most rapid walker
is he who walks from the thighs rather
than from the knees. Buttm Tran
script. A State immigration offieo to point
out tho advantages of North Carolina
as a homo for immigrants has been
opened in New York. Circulars have
been issued announcing that farms for
MKI.OOO families at from $2 to 10 per
ncre can be had ln North Carolina. The
nvcrat'O Summer temperature for the
whole Stalo Is lb detnws, and the av-
urago in Winter is 43 degrees. The
timber Interest is of ereat variety nnd
CAIRO BULLETIN: "BDAY MOKNLN9
It would takq many more pa"
tell you, all of that eventful nigh
have seen much of Egyptian harerr
aside from it. I visited a rioh ha
with' a Bchool teacher who has acce
these homes. We passed thrc
court after court attended by two
nuchs; and several Arabian girls sS
here and there in white loose ri2
low necked, covorod with iewels fsU
they are yet, all are subject to the 3
ter); finally through a lovely ga;B
wiin uowers and a fountain. We!
tereu a mrcra iaim ... u a:..
and on the lovoly Turkish rugs sat 5j
, en women, some smoking, sewiuo-, H
"itf, oil un mo noor, ana as rx
slavoa sfnml; nee rnntff it A. l,f,tM wmmi
. IV lUUil
ding. They are the wives of two
brutliors. Some u-rvrn vnnn.r
were old; one pretty little wifeTonU
yeara oni, nau one child 'Z months
She had a chance to sav a word to
teachor some weeks ago, and told
mm rumeojoereu wuen some mon
ner iroru hor mother In Cauca.-I
about three years ago. She had
sola twice since. She said tho
wives beat her sometimes, when
saw tno hnsband show any alloc
towards her. Sho is so sad; was
erea wi'n jewels and e-av attire. T
can t put their heads out of doors a
marriago until attor the birth
cnuu; it is a disgrace to do so. W
a lifo Is this l(arem! Ceve'und Lea,
The Conjrrewalonal Library.
The Congressional Library at Wr
'"ft" vuc ui lorimuauio proportii
but it is considered that one half
oooks winch It contains are worth
and should bo weeded out. It is
mored that a Western Congressman
tends to introduce a bill providing
the appointment of a commhsionrc
sisting of live literary men of note i
uve State librarians, to examine
tuwiL'ei in ttA t a
i"o uumrv aua aecmo ui
llui Kalf (k. t....l 11. I I
inv uau luiiuuuuiu M1H, Me l
poses the remaining half, number
nearly, if not fully, 4W,IHW volum
shall be distributed among the vatic
State libraries. Now, ii the books i
worthless in the liter! sense of I
term, of Whnt 'earthly nse can they i
to any Stato library?' Better sell th
for paper stock, and for that'pnrpo
they will be worth something. UCk.
If ever anybody is miserable, it is n
average everyday sort of a man, wo
has on his hands, to entertain, ouof
those good young gentlemen wo
knows ad about brie a-brac and ,
tell at a ghiuco how a lady- dressis
cut and can match. . worsteds. It's ho
heads own task to know wlmt. ti
with him. Yon ask liim to take a ulras
of wine. No. U di ho have a cfrcr?
io. u in no go round to the club and
Piav agamoot ouiiards? No.. Wotld
he like to go and see a foot-ball o-ame?
No. And then -you gt desperate and
say. wi s nave a pound of ean.lv
W. F. LuiRma, river eoitornt fai Btrui.ETm
nd ateamboat paaaencer agent. Ordera for all
ktndaof ateamboat Job printing aollclted. OIBr
at Bower Baropean Hotel. No. TS Ohio levee
iTAatt or Tn b bivei.
Tbi river marked by the gang at thi
port it 6 p.' 01 .'29 feet 10 inches and falling!
Ch'ittauooga, Jan. 9. Riv'r S feet 0
iacbet and falling.
Cincinnati, Jan. 9. River 23 feet 4
chee tod felling.
Louisville, Jen. , 8. River 11 feet
inches and falling.
Nashville, Jan. 8. River It feet fl
eh and falling.
Pittiburr,' Jan.8. River 3 feet 10
ehei and falling.
8t Louis,' Jan 8 .River 10 feet '3 in
ches sod rising.
KIT KB lTSMa.
The ice was running heavier yesterday
than it has done since the "big freeze."
Navigation has not been retarded but the
little considering tha extreme cold weather
aince last Friday, but if the river had not
been lohigh, the Ohio river steamers would
have shared the same tste as the Anchor
The Belle of Shreveport arrived here yes
terday morning. She will discharge her
trip here and reload for New Orleans, leav
ing here Saturday, January 12th, at 5 p. m.
For passage rates apply on board or to W.
F. Lombdin, passenger agent.
The Com Millar from Memphis pasted
Up for Cincinnati at 5 a. m. yesterday. She
will have a tough time with ice before she
makes her "home run "
The Andy Baum and Henry A. Tyler
have laid up at Memphis.
The new Mary Houston from New Or
leans is due to-morrow morning for Cin
cinnati.' As1 the weather is moderating ftst
she may go through to Cincinnati.
The brilliant electric light steamer Guid
ing Star will receive freight and passengers
here to-day for New Orleans and way
points. The Star is one of the finest boats
floats. Apply on hoard, or see Passenger
Agent W. F. Lambdin.
It is reported that navigation is suspend
ed in the Upper Ohio, but the fast mode
rating weather will eoon put things in good
shape again if another cold wave does not
The Kentucky shore, juit opposite Cairo,
ii pretty well represented with steamboats,
barges, etc., laying up on account of the
The trains on tha TnJucah & Memphis
road were forced to succomb to the heavy
snow storm, which wts more than two feet
deep for seventy-five miles on the line of
The Qui FowlerV as usual, was on hsnd
yesterday.' She will uot let the ice inter
fare wit her business and will report as
POECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Bankinir Business
iiNTERPKlSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
THOS. W. HA1.L1UA Y ,
, Commercial Avonue aud Eighth Street
P. NiKF, VlcePree'at
t. J. Kertta, A't an
F. BR08S, Preaident.
H. WKLliB, uaatuer.
vi ( ' u . rn 1 V iiiimiu aiut.i v "
.Cairo 1 WUlUm Kiuie.
' I C. O. Patter.
" I H. Wells.... .
, Clcm'on. Caledonli.;
n.VLMV,-. 1'!'!N'.8S DONE.
the Saving Dcpartm-; . . lrt )r
all barlnees promptly attena84'W.A" (Bl1
So. 90 Com'I Ave., Bet- 6th & 6th St.,
Jiiat' received a full line of
FALL and WINTER GOODS
which ho will all at thelowent bottom Prloea,
comprises the b-st or hT. LOUIS HANU M AI)1
and of BOSTON MASUFACTURK9, LADIES'
nd CUILDRUX'S SftOES, ud OBNTS' RUB
BER BOOTS and SHOiiH.
tfffs also make to order anything ln our Una
of the bfil material and workmanebip.
J-. E. INCE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
oth 8treei, between Com'l Ave. od Levee.
CHOKE BORINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KIS08 OF AMUNITI03.
afea Reialred. All Kind- nl Keve Mnde.
POST OFFICE RESTAURANT
Waihlnuton Ave. and 14th St , Cairo, III
tVMo&le served at all hours ntgbt and day .
The patronave of the public solicited.
A Practical Telephone for Social and
Business Purposes, Cnequaled for :
Private and Public Lines.
Sold Outright fbr S.Of. No Kx
They are in every wav far etiperinr to the many
Amateur Mochanlcal '1'erepbonea now being fold
throughout the countrr. Thev are the onlv tele
phone having an Automatic Line Wire Tlehtner
and thev in the only Telephone that are pro-
lecioa ny an outdoor tiiitntniuK arrester. All
ounda are delivered in clear and natural tonne.
They are tha neateau most durable aud reaulre lese
attention aod repairs than anv other Telephone
made. Send for oor Illustrated etrrular Aifents
wanted. IHB U. . IKLibfUONK (JO ,
Koa 19 4 61 West St., Madleon Ind.
P.O. Box 18. ..1m
la a van lawretif , aaS hu aa masaacW m v
ttuMuds wb b,. md tt. It aiplalM lb snieiptM '
ay all laiatiai maiiI.. It cratalai ..lasbltpmeristleae
for ths sun A N otto us end Pheloal DeblUty, toj
whala trail W d'wrdm 6fo.jhl o. Sy asa
nOnsi alas pi eaarlpMona far Oalarrh. aVwefelfj, et '
lew af this war. aaat ay aiaU,aianty sMla,Baj sg
oi si c
5 2 1 a A w Jff3w
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r. I sat. ar at s mV m
"Win. Ludwie ,& Co.,
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL
Hides, Furs, Wool,
Wm. Ludwig &
mi almosr inswnx 7'"h Tffoct.s of anv kind. It
I as no KQTTALforthe WRhmatism, S
Sow Throat, PalMlB
1 la iiinu V nilllUUUII 111 1UA
A your Druggist for tt. Price 60 cU
i.n.t nnls llT J At AIM B. JKLBOlXlJbU
ZZ.,-.,. Tv,-rft BT.
1 W UU'cWJwaMaBiieaeJ3aBBWBagM
Wheu Winter Comes.
Wiutercom- ub cougtis and eoldi. od Ben
ron'a Capclne Forooe PU tore come to cure tnem.
Makea fdnt and llr.n rrlnna oia i wno bb i n.
vitfurait-e the tidueya, Llrer, Bowela end Stouucli
la T m
aud purlrt,S .be blood, n;.
the clrcn ulion auu coeur. m - - -
on and Hired peron. it imparta etrength ud hoDB
fulneae The b-Pt known antidote to the liquor
bant. sue. an.l i , . . nn M Tnrk.
Ely's Cream Balm,
CSEliUALLED FOR COLD IN'THU HEAD.
Cream Balm baa gained nn enviable reputation
riiu "' ,.i .ii nthMr nreDarallona.
feliable te.tlmoniele. By mall, pwpaid, JJ
niiritiir Btamoa received. Hold by. ll whoieeaie
and rt-tall drusgi'te
OweL'O. New V"tk.
KLV'8 ' REAM BAI.M CO.,
GOOD Canvassers .WANTED!
W. offer rare .nducemouu to good I cn a.
7 p"h Dun . K d watch
preeentTd free .'Said ".end at once for oj tar,
of n.tu-nUri Urn supply "LiVrVif
INU CO ,f
Iburlotte, Mkh. vt ( ; - :
nn thouumla of owl of the wort kind and of lone
Undine hare bean oured. , ,JndMpatronitlinir
fMthinlteefnoaoj,thtI will ed JTWO BOTTLKft
FREK, togetner with a V ALU A BUS TRKATIBK on
thldieas,to an anffinr. GireeieraiaandJPO.
addraaa Da, T. A. 8 LOOK . lsl ParlSt.,w Yoi
Grote'e irreece $1. 70: Mac
an lay'a Enslaod. f'.S'i
(irt en England. SI 73;
Team' War. .: Cruaeev'e Fif
teen Uecleivu B ittles. 4oc. : Carlvle I Freucb Rev
olution, 8 d een, Schiller, Cn-axy an t Caryie
io one, fl o"; KenrlcK a Ancient uypt, ei: ttoi
lln'e Ancle, t HI torv, ftM); FroltKert'e Chron
icier, Sl.Sj. Catslosue N),'X)0 vol n me. Ire.
JOHN B. ALPKN. I'utillflier. '
Xt j P.O. Box Its". )it Ve-ey 8t New York
I CURE FITS!
V'hvi I ,v vMrBldonotmeanmrely toatjiptbero
firai : - hivothera return acin. I nieiin a
raditnlcur, . 1 ii,.v ruada thediiwueof MTS, EPl
1.F.PHTOK FALLING i!lCKNE88ali(e4uretody.
I warrant my remoily to out t tie woret eaaea. Beoauae
ethxra bare fsired la noreowm for Dot now reeetrina; a
cure. Send at oocn for a Treatise and a Fr Bottle of
mrinfalllhliimriedy. Oive Express and FoaMk
DoatKfaa nnthin fur a trial, end I will cure roaSW
Addrosrt Vu. U. Gi ROOT. leS Paul St.. Kaw Ti
i if-'1- I.;...
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A. r.enlar Ginduat of twia medical
col letter, hat iwt ii luiurer eugaKd in the treat
ment of C'hrouio, Nervous, Hlitn and
ltlood Dlseasea lhu any other pbyaU'laii In
l-t. Louii,, city rairs suew and all old rest,
denta kiow. Cousu'talWm -t otlleeor ky mall,
free and Invited. A frloiid'y talk or his opinion
costs nothing. When ttlslnconveiileuttovlsll
the rltv .r treatment, niedlelnes can be sent
by mull or expr")t everrwbere. Curable cae
giihrnute-1; where doubt exists 11 Is frankly
staUtd. Call or Write.
KTvoas Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions. Old Sores ap.d Ulcers, Impediments to
Marnpga, Rlieumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases froia over-worked brals.
1 1 1 1 VI O
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, EicesseBj
Indulgencjs or Exposures.
It Is self-evident that a physlrlnn paving
partlenlar attention to acla.s of eases altalua
great .kill, and phvsiclaua In reiiular practice
all over the counfry knowing this, freo.uen.ly
f econunend cbsms to the ollet ctHce ln America,
where every known appliance la resorted to,
and the proved nocd rfuiedies of all
Bfes snd conntrle are ns.l.' A whole nous !
med n.roinve pun"iev and all are treated with
skill In a rwspfctfnl maiinerr and.- knowing
what to do. ti'i experiments are marts. On ac
count of Ihe grout number applying, the
charge, are kept low. often lower than is
rteinanded hy others If ou secure the skl'J
and get a sp-'edy and per fed life cure, that V
the ImporUut matter. Tainphlet, M peg,
sent to auy address free.
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TH PCRfCCT WRITING MACHINE.
v nacliiiie wurrnntpd. Ad-
Jnotuble type bare, perfect auto-
uiatu- paper Iell, even nnvana.
tile tension, no lost motion, bev
elitf piakn. llghl carrlafre. - All
mriinB .hotld ra.l It. It on ebt to be rear
m art Oin'i i iriros. then kept under loek end
I'.. ip up ,iltion. smiie iiIkivb. but ttacer
work ol three penmen, mnch neater and snore
legible. Prices, ;o.oii and ss.on.
PARKER, RITTEIt A CO., 420 N, M, It lee-
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nnnd moatlv Of EUtlal OUs
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lacia. Ruchlns". Braid., hmbrolderles and
Otber 8TANPARD A K T 1 C L K S . A d 1 ree .
THE KUKSHEEDT M'FO CO.,
New York City.
Mention thra paper.
ol the continued nse of mercury and r otajh lor tn
treatment of Blood and kln llseaea-tbev never
cure, and nearly alwajs injure or wnuj ...
A. WELL KNOWN DRUGGIST.
M druuatore waa the first to sell Swiffi Specific.
It was then pot up In quart bottles which .old jor
s 00 each I have .een a great m-iny cases cured
D, u u f. aid some whoKhad tried all sorts of
treatment, ln fact I have never known tt to fall
poison or nin humor. Itcnn s
PIMVLSB AMD H O CHE- OM TRR SKIN.
and make, the complexion lair and rosy. As for
blood taint, there 1. no auch wnrd as fall. It cures
cases ttint have long wl'.bxtood other torts of treat
ment, and wl honi any of thoo recur-iug troublea
that generally follow mercurial and other so
called cure.. T. L.MASSENBL'KO.
Foryfare f was afflicted with Dry Tet'erof th
most obstinate trpo. Wa tn atud by mauyof tha
best physicians: took quantities of mercurt potan
and arsenic, which, Instead orrurin tho Tetter
crippled me op with mineral poixon and rheum a-'
tli-m. The Tetter eoLtiuued to urow worse, and
the Itching almost made me crszy. la this con
dition I wax induced to take Swift' SpeoHo, and
the result was astoninhing as it win itr itlfyl.ng. Ia
afewaontba the Tetter was -entirely well; the
Mercurial i oisonluj; all out of my svst m and I
was a well ru m aud due only to nwift's Hovctflc.
All the stifferors should take It.
JAMES DUN NINO, Louisville, Ky.
WHAT A PHYSICIAN SAYS.
Cypress Ridge, Monroo Co. , Ark , I
JulysH, 18-:i. f
I have a bright little da'tghter who will ha two
years old next moulli. She ha been troubled
nearly ever since hor birth with a skin disease,
wh ch 1 first dlagnoaed chicken-pox, but later
found it to be s tho sort of eczema: nt any ratelt
resisted very stubbornly all the different tr at
meuti I purchased one bottle of Swl.t's Specific
end gave it to ber In smnll doses bre lime a day
and In a abort while had tint smiHtotion to see
that she was entirely well. I a-n so well p eased
with Its effect on her that I shall not only use It In
my practice, hut I shall administer 1' to mv other
children and take It myself W. E. Bkonts, U O.
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