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THK OAILY CA1IU) KULLKTIN: SA1URDAY MORNING MARCH 8, 1884.
or the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
loarseness, l.ronchms.Croup, Influ
nza. AsthmatWhooi)ing Couch, In-
ipicnt Consumption and for the re-
icf of consumptive persons in advan-
eu stages of the Disease. I or bale
y all Druggists. l'rice, 25 Cents.
mmmis-irr.mnic VP -Si nmJ
l9 15. INCE,
Manufacturer nod Dealer
Stree., between Com'l Ave. and Levee.
IOKE DUKINO A SPECIALTY
ALL KINDS OP AMU.NITION.
Safe Keaalred. All Kinds ot Kcvs Vadc.
tEOHGE II. LEACH, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
rspeclal attention paid to the Homeopathic treat-
nt or surgical aiseusca, aua aiseases 01 women
iFr'ICK On 14lh itreet, opposite the Post
ce, Cairo, 111.
h:j. e. stro.no,
129 Ctiinmercial Ave , Cairo, 111.
U'OK, ELECTRO-VAPOR and MEDICATED
A lady In atteudauce.
jR. W. C. .ICCFLYN,
KFICK Eighth Street nesr Cnmr. ere'sl Ateno.)
R. E W. WFJITLOCK,
Umcl-No. W Commercial
Urn and NlLlh Street
rjiQE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 0L1IO LEVEE.
A General Bankin? Business
plNTEKPRiSE SAVIJNli liArus..
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
THOS. V. II AIjLin A, ,
Commercial Avenne and Eighth Street
F. BROSS, President.
T. J.Kerth, ABB't cash
F. Bropn Cairo William Kiltie, .uairo
Peter Hoff " 1 wimiim you....
C. M . Ootcrloh " C. o. l-aiier
, . A. Buder " I II. wcui....
J. Y. Clomp on, Caledonia.;
A OKEHAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE.
Kxchaiiffo sold and botnrht. Intereit paid ti
tbeSavtnK Department. Collections made and
all buainoes promptly attenaea to.
Inn. H. U. KANK, of IK, D,qulnr.f
I Horn,, bow 0IT.1, Ki.ra.tlir wit,r.uj
tn, on. u rar, klamirqulfkl, tmi mlalMalr. For tolllmo.
al.l.ftDtl n1ftr:'Pnt.frfHH .mlniiitt mlll nt.nn.t.fMrMa
U. H. IU, A.I., U.U., Uf VHtw at., low IwkCMr.
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The Daily bulletin.
Sliutlo Tii-en of Wahliii).;ioii.
Paris is tlio only eitv Unit litis more
shtidu-lrce-t tlmn Vartliinrto:i. 1 hero
are now (ij.U'W, eoverintr litf miles. No
city in lint world h:n (limited in-.-s so
8ys!eru:t;:etliy. 1 ct :ul tliM li -t H heeii
douo w.th'n n few yestrs. Tin' stive", s
fire suppl i' I trout I'livr !:ii':e rn;r - v
hero i in r j is now n stock "f oJ.uoO
small trccf. S 'V r il tiio.is hkI of ihn
tr'us ciiiiid Iro.n it slip I tonlit from
llultimt.r in I'ooi! of om; of t!i i
C'oniinisiioin ri. Li';s ihttu $'.(mjj liu.s
buen i xp n led in llm pi.r .h:tse of : f o
and tlm ciiliru unminl ro.,t of raising,
planting, iiri'l r -tccling is lt-ss than
W. Tins Isrrs! it-iu of oxicn.-o
i.s tbo boxing to K"tiet tint tr'cs
against h rcs nml v:t:.,l:ti'n:n. In
Bonio cases a hk-l-tou ir n boxing is
tisi'd. The w..o.lrn bo.xos tint ncule at
tint (Jovoi'inni'.'it Iii'lusti'ial S -liool at a
cost of 3i CLiiu each, anil ttbont 'S i.OW
aro jint nj) or I' mk wed yi.'arly. Tbo
cost is borne in equal t-hurcs by tiio
(jovernuicnt and p:o;n r y-Witois. 'J'liu
varietius of iu.tple, eltieil.' soft maplo,
uro most nuinerous. 'IIito aro also
sugar maple, Norway maplo, syuauiora
maple, scarlet maple, tbo Ainericm
elm, Ann'rican lindi'ii, Imltonwood, box
elder, Anieriean a-b, tu.ip poplar, a-i)-en
poplar, Kent in ky coll'-e, gincbo,
horse chestnut, European linden, hon
ey locust, catalpn, sweet gum, weep
ing elm, eucalyptus cypres, etc. Tbo
trees on streets are planted at the curb.
On the avenue they are four abreast,
one tit either curb, nml one in the
building line in the wide "parking," so
that they form an un.-h-d arbor abovo
the sidewalks. The linest single street
will bo Massachusetts av-nti", where
lindens are planted four abreast
throughout four miles, recalling fa
mous Unt-r den Liud-n in L-rlin.
The asphalt pavement prevents ab
sorption of nutriment. Inek pave
ments are retained wlter-3 practicable,
as they admit or absorb moisture
readily. The soil a hard red clay, is
not favorable. The tr.-es are, there
fore, actually fed by hand, by packing
nutritioTs soil at tlio roots, a space
about three f-et squ ire being lelt in
the surrounding pavement f.r that pur
pose. This food is retiewe 1 wh n nu
triiucnt is exhausted, and a change ot
diet is often found necessary to meet
the needs of the tree. The button
wood is, perhaps, the tree b. -st adapt
ed nalurailv to the soil and c.imate of
the e-jJ:tidjirs nwl Indium.
Last Chance is the last town along
the line of the Northern I acihc at
which liquor can be sold this side of
the Jacko Indian reserve, being imrne
diatelv on the line of the reserve. It
is about seventy-live miles east of Her
on. Two Frenchmen recently came
into Last Chance, says the Kootenai
(Idaho) Couri r, who had been known
tor years in the mining camps of Ore
gon and Idaho. They have created a
sensation by the display of a half-dozen
buckskin bag li.Jeit with gold dust and
nuggets, from the size of a bird shot to
that of a walnut. The story runs that
for years past these men have bt cn in
the "habit of spending must of their
time in the frontiereatnps but now and
then they would disappear lor a month
or t-ix wet ks ana sn.id-niy reappear
with their pouches Well lilied with mist.
Of course they are supposed to visit
some placer country of fabulous rich
ness, where, by a Kw days worn, tliey
were able to extract the $2,WU or $3,-
Ot'O which they .p. nd with lavish hand
during their s joiirn in camp. At
tempts have been made to follow them
on their excursions, which usually re
sulted in their hiding in the mountains
and eluding pursuit, but one man
claims to have followed them into the
Kootenai country to a point near the
15:itish line, where a narro v path was
readied, and 111:11 wnne one went on
the other mounted guard with a Win
chester rille. II ; attempted to approach
the sentinel, but was ordered -lo halt,
accompanied by the discharge of tho
rille. The companion immediately ap
peared as if the shot w:is a mutual un
derstood s gnal, ami tne intruder was
ordered to leave the vicinity under
pain of death. Tho romantic setting
of the story makes it exirem-ly inter
esting, and m my of the old frontiers
men piace implicit faith in its entire
truth, citing as a basis of their confi
dence the fact that the men do disap
pear and invariably return with plenty
of go'd: but we beard no satisfactory
reason given for the fai urc to lind tho
narrow pass mi J penetrate the mys
First siht vt
the Caspian Sea.
One of the most singular mental ef
fects I noticed on myself , was that
produced whenever l" walked ou tlio
quay, and saw the large licet rocking
in the port. Shelley's Alastor had
from early youth haunted my memory,
and given me the impression that the
Caspian was a weird, half-ideal sea,
with shores tenanted by the ghosts of
dead empires; with a coast which was
a reedy morals trodden only by the
bittern and the crane; with waters
gray with the haze of perpetual twi
light, a vast, mysterious solitude. Such
in nan ii is on the eastern shore, but
at liaku the Caspian conveys no such
idea. Square-rigged ships ride at an
chor by scores; the port is busy with
wherries and sail-boats darting hither
and thither, and sharp, heavily-sparred
steamers of live hundred to 01m thous
and tons are constantly entering and
leaving tho docks. Tho only peculiari
ty that distinguishes these ships from
those of other seas is tho rig, which
carried mo back to my boyhood. Two-top-sail
schooners with very rakish
masts abounded, thoroughly piratical,
and altogether liko vessels common
elsewhere thirty-live yenrs ago, but not
longer in uso except on tho Caspian.
Rrigantines, with a nuall topsail on
the mainmast, sloops with a squaro
topsail, and other obsolete rigs were to
. be seen on this sea which litis fashions
of its own; which has uo relations with
any other sea; which is neither fresh
' nor salt, nud also enjoys tho freak of
lying tver one hundred feet below tho
level of tho ocean. Manhattan.
Amnncr the high, low, rich and poor, on
tho farm, in tho stable, on tho turf, in the
household, St. Jac bs Oil has no equal for
bodily pains and aches.
W. f :.vhiiin. nv-r iMtiioroi 1 nr. llri.i.t.Tin
ami Btuiii')i)iii uanoenjcr H 'i nt. Outer lor oil
ItindK of Ntfiunhont Jul) iirintli'.tf bnliclteil. OllUe
ut Uowor't bluroueaii llotvl. No. 'ri Oblo levee.
bTAUES OK THE IlIVEK.
The river nmrked by the j;Rugo at this
port hi 0 p. tu. 41 fet2 inches and fall
in'. Ch'httiiimoga, Mar. 7. River 0 feet 2
inches mid fil'ing.
Cincinnati, Mir. 7. River 17 feet 11
inches mid fulliii-.
Louioville, Mr. 7. River 8 feet
G inclns and fulling.
Nnshviile, Msr.7 River 34 feel 0 inches
Pittoburg, Mr. 7. River 3 feet 9 inch
es hil l fit! iu;.
t Louis, Mitr 0 Rivtr 10 feet 8 inch-
e.s iitid falliiii;.
Yesteidrty vrns another one of those in-
de-cribiiblc mein, ton. centetnpible days
to mention, but where's the remedy tvn
St. Jacobs Oil would not reach th case.
The Carrie Caldwell with government
supplies for the Hooded sufferers was duo
hereon her way south lust night, but at 1
late hour had not reported.
The Uus Fowler had a good trip yester
day and was lute getting olf.
The City of St. Liu's for Ne Orleans
added considerable to her trip hero and
left yesterday evening.
The Huhon from St. Louis will report
here earlv this morninc for Puducah and
The Vint Stiinkle from Cincinnati is due
to-night for Memphis. Sje Passenger
Agent V. F. Limbdiu and get your
The J is. W. G:tff from Memphis is duo
to-morrow for CinciDDuti.
The U. P. Schentk pisied down yester
day morning at 3 o'clock for New Orleans
She whs full and refund freight here.
The City of Helena will report here for
Vicksburg to night'.
Business on the wharf dull ytsteujiy.
The Andy Bum, which, it was thought,
would prove a total loss, will be saved and
in a few weeks will be teiidy for service.
It is rumored that Henry A. Tyler will,
in a few davs. enter the trads from St
Louis to Johnsonville in Tennessee river,
The Mi-sissipt i is full of ice and steam
bouts are having a tough time of it.
The Ohio is lall rapidly the next thing
on exhibition is the Ohio will be sand bars
and "muil turtles." Two er three more
seasons following the past we would advise
river men to on a farm or go west; or
else write poetry like Y ill S. Hays, of the
The 13. S. RI.ea lrom Nashville is due
to-morrow and will return for the Rock
City shortly after her arrival here.
The Ella Kitubrough is ready at a
moments notice to leave here on a trip to
Memphis. She has a full trip in the upper
Mississippi a short distance above here, but
the ice being heavy she will probably not
get off before next Monday.
The grave robbers captured in Philadel
phia, are not as bad as those mothers who
are life robbers by nmlecting tne cougn ni
a child, when ti ey know full well that one
bottle of Dr. Bull a Cough !?yrup could cure
it and make it happy.
Veni, Viai, Vici I came, I saw, I con
queredis adaptable to Aliens Bilious
Physic. It quickly relieves Constipation,
Piles, Sick Headache, &c , 25 Cents. At
all Dru-'iiists. (4)
Emory'o Little Cathartic is the best and
only reliable Liver Pill known, never fails
with the most obstinate cases, purely vege
table. 15 cents. (1)
'"Fashion is Queen. Fast, brilliant
and fashionable are the Diamond Dye col
ors. One package colors 1 to 4 lbs. of
goods. lOe. for any color. Get at drug
gists. Wells, Richardson & Co., Burling
A Fair Oiler.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich,
offer to send Dr. Dye's Voltaic Belt and
Applicanees on trial, for thirty days, to
men, old or young, afllicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles
See advertisement in this paper. 2
tfucKieu's Arnica isalve
The Best Salvo In the world for Cuts,
Cruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures riles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
For seven years Allen's Brain Food has
stood the strvtugest tests as to its merits la
curing Nervousness, Nervous Debility and
restoring lost powers to the weakened Gen-
ative System, and, in no instance, has it
ever failed; test it. $1; 0 for $3. At
Advice to Mothers.
Aro you disturbed at night and b'-.ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lievo tho poor littlo sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhrea, regulates tho stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Vtns
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
nurses and physicians in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
Do Not lie Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that Is worthy of praise
mid which really does as recommended.
Electric Bitters wo can vouch for as being
a. trueaud reliable remedy, and ono that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Mmmacli and i.iver Complaintn, l)is
cases of the Kidneys and Urinary difii-
culties. We know whereof we Bneak, and
can readily say, givo them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Barclay Bros. (3)
ARKANSAS AND TEXAS.
Alonir tho lice of the St. L"tiis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Railway, Tixas and
I'acihc Hallway end International an
Great Northern Railroad, aro thousands of
HCiea 01 tne choicest farmiug and graziwr
lands in the world, ranging in prion from
f.'.uu to fouu and 4.U0 per acre, in a
healthy country, with climate unsurpassed
for salubrity and comfort. Send your ad
dress to tne undersi-ned tor a copy of sta
tistics of crops raised in Arkancas and Texas,
in 1882, and make up your mind to go and
see for yourself when you learn that the crop
fjr 1883 is -00 per cent larger than that of
1882. To those purchasing land owned by
the Company, and paying one-fourth, one-
half, or all cash, a proportionate rebate is
allowed for money paid for tickets or freight
over tne tympanies lines.
II. C. Iownsend, Qen'l Puss. Aer.
St. Louis, Mo.
Henry's Carbolic Salve.
The bet talveuaed In tb" world for Cut". Brained,
Piloc, Sorc. Vlrer, Salt Kucutu, Tetter, Chapped
llamla. Chilblain, Con a, and all kinds ol sklu
F.rup.ion. Freckles and Pimple. The alv ta
Kuarautccd to tilve Pirfect fifartion In every
race He sure you aH HE.NKVS CAKBOLIC
8Al.K, at all other ere but imitations and
counterfeits. Price 25 cents.
Dr. Green's Oxygenated Bitters
I the oldest and host remedy for Dyspepsia.
IiUiousni.n, Malaria. Ind'oiion, all diaurdera of
the Momach and disea ti dlcatln? an Impure
con uion 01 me Eiooo, luaneyi ana Liver.
nfRNO'S CATAKRtI SNUFF cares Catarrh
and all auectlone of the mucous membrane.
Denton's Balsam curei Colds, Coughs, Rheuna-
t em, Kidney Troubles, itc. Can be ured exter
nally as a platter.
rjAX lTKCrtASP.K'S NOTICE.
To John Howley or auy other person or persons
You are hereby notified that at a sale of real
eetate In the county of Alexander and state
of Illinois, h' Id by the connty collector of said
county, at the southwesterly door of the court
house in tne city or C airo, in iia county ana state,
on the lltn day of June, A. u. issj.
tho unco s ened purchased the follow
Ing described real eetate situated In
the city cr Cairo, In the countv or Alexander
H(1 state ol Illinois, for the taxes due and
unpaid thereon for the year A. D. ISsI, to
gether with penalties and cost; said real estate
being laic-a in the name of John liowiev, lo-wtt:
Loi numbered three ('). In h'ock numbered twen
ty ore (2 ), and that the time allowed by law for
the redemption of eaia real estate will expire on
the Hth dav of Ji ne, A. 1). lsst.
MICHAEL J. HoWLEY, Purchaser.
Cairo. III.. March 1st. A 1). ISsl.
qX Pl'KCilASER'S NOTICE.
ToC. E. Tracev.Tiuetee, and all other parties tn
You are hereby notified that at a Bale of real
estate, in the county of Alexander and state
ol Illinois, held by the county collector of said
countv. at the southwesterly door of the court-
house"in the city of Cairo, tn said county and
state, on the btth day of June, 1881, the under
toned nnrohased v,e real estate hereinafter da
scribed, situated In th - City of Cairo, county of At
exand r and Mate of Illinois; sold for the iaxes
oue and unpaid thereon for the year A. 0. 1SS1,
togett er with penalties and cost; said real estate
he taxed In tue name ofC. K 1 racev. iristee
to-wit. Lot numbered one (1) and two('J) in diock
numbered sixteen (1-) a known and designated on
the r-tcord.-d map or plat of said city, and that
the time allowed bv law fr the redemption of the
(Aid real estate will expire on the 13th day of
JOHN GATES, Purchaser.
Cairo. 111., March 3rd, 1SS4.
J1AX PUItCaASEH'8 NOTICE.
To P. II Tope, In whose name told, William A.
M Grew, owner, and all other parties interested:
Y01 are hereby notified that at a sale of real
estate, In the county of Alexander and state
of Illinois, held by the county collector of said
county, at the southwesterly door of the court
bouse in the cltyot tairo in saiu county ana state,
on the 9th nay of June, ISii, the undersigned pur
chased the leal estate hereinalter described, situ
attd in the city of Cairo, county of Alexander aiid
State of Illinois; sold for the taxes due and un
paid theteon lor the ear A. D. 1881, together with
petialt es and costs; said real estate being taxed In
the name of P. H. Pope, te wlt: Lot numbered
tkht (Hi in block numbered ele'en (ll)as known
and designated ouMtie recorded map or plat of sa d
citv. and that the iirao allowed by. law for
the redemption of tho said real estate will expire
on the 9th day of June. isS4.
JOHN OATES, Purchaser.
Cairo. 111., March 3rd. W4.
rjTJAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To Hugh Klcney and all other parties Interested:
You are hereby notified that at a sale of real
estate. In the couuty of Alexander and state
of Illinois, held by the connty collector of said
countv, at tho southwesterly door of tho court
house' In the citv of Cairo, In said county and
state, on the 33d day of Juno, 18A1, the under
signed purchased the real estate hereinalter do
scribed, situated In the city of Cairo, connty of Al
exander aud siate of Illinois; sold for the taxes
due and unpaid thereon for tho year A. D. 1S81, to
pettier with penalties aud costs; said real estate
being tax"d In the name of Hugh Htgney, to-wit:
,ot nnmbercd fonr (4) In block numbered twentv
uine (-210 as knowu and designated on the recorded
map or plat of said city, and that the
time allowed by law for the redemption of the
said real es ate will expire on tho S3d day
of June, 1831.
J W. SPIES, Puichaser
Cairo, 111., March 3rd. 1881.
IJAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE.
To Tavlor and Parsons, la whose name sold. Mo
bile A Ohio Railroad Company, owners, aud all
otle-r parties Interested:
You 'are hereby notified that at a sale of real
estate, in tho county of Alexander and state of
Illinois, neiaoy tno countv collector or said coun
tv, at the southwesterly door of the court house in
the city of Caio, in said county and sta e, on the
1 Mh day of July, 1882. the undersigned purchased
tne real estate hereinafter described, situated in
the city of Cairo, county of Alexander and state of
Illinois: soiu iortna taxes due and nnpaut thereon
for the year A. D. 1884. together with penalties and
c - sis; said real osmto being taxed in tho name of
l avioranu canons, to-wit: All of block nnmberea
sixty four (i.l) as known and designated on the re
corded map or plat of said city, and that
the time allowed by law for tho rni'emptl
of said real estate will est Ire on the 15 h day of
.iuiy, ii j. w srihiS, Purcuasir,
Cairo, III,, March 3rd, 1881.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAT
WMt C.KHh Prfne Paid for Wheat.
MA Dr. KEAN,
Nu. il soma Uuaa dr., UilMia p
labllahad lussi, lllllll IrMlla all Prt
vau, Xarvoua, Oaroala sad apwlal dlf
V oltstioB Mranaallr, or by lnur frM,
w Dr. Is ins Mlypbrslrlaa la In
i k-. -... n. aaa
pa(aUlaitnt4 awk.arw LtMprtfcrlpUeu, U traull.
617 St. Charles Su, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A Mnlni Orndiintn of two nwllrnl
colleges, has been lonvi'r eiiKHKed In the treat
nientot' Cliroiii-, Nsi'Vimn, l-dilii nn.l
lilon.t Ulaeasca Hum any oilier phyielim In
ft. IOiil, as city papers show ami all olit resi
dents know, l onsillllllion Hi ouictj nr uy man,
free anil Invited. A friendly talk or his opinion
CostanothliiK. When It Is Inconvenient to VIMt
the city for ti canueni, 111 n can 'w sein
by nialf or express everywhere. Curable cases
Kiuiranteed: where doubt exists It U frankly
stated, tailor rite.
yrvon Proarratlon, Delillliy, lUntat anil
Physical Weknss, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat. Skin and Bones, Blood
ImparltUi and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tion!, Old Korea and I'lff r. Impedimenta to
Marriage, Khenmatlsm, Pile. Special at
tention ta taaea lrom over-worked brain.
RIBOICAL CASKS receive special attention.
Diseases arising; from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures,
it Is self-evident that a phvili'lan paylnfC
particular attention to a clasof eacs attains
Kreat skill, ami physicians In regular practice
all over the country knowing thl", frequently
recommend caes to the oldest oilU-e In Ameri
ca, where evert; known appliance Is resorteil
to, and the proved noo.l rmdi-H of all
BKes and countries are used, A whole house H
u.ed foroUlce purposes, and all are treated with
skill In a respectful manner; ami, knowing
what to do, no experiment-, are made. On ac
count of the (treat number applying, the
charites are kept low. often lower than Is de
manded liy others. If you secure the skill and
irel a speedy and perfect life cure, that Is the
Important matter. PampUlct, Stl page. Sent
to any address free.
puus. ifiURRIAGE GUIDE. I pages
Eteirant cloth and Kilt binding. Sealed for 50
cents In postage or currency. Oyer ti it y won
derful pen pictures, true tollfe. articles on the
foljowlnn subjects: Who may marry r who not!
whyV Proper aire to marrv. Who marry first.
Manhood, Womanhood. Physical decay. W ho
should marry. How life and happiness may be
increased, those married or cotiteinilatinir
marryinir should read It. It ought to he read
bv alf adult persons, then kept under lock and
kev, I'opnlaredltlon.Bameas above, but paper
cover and i'W pages, ii ceuls by mail, iu money
Iodide of Potassium Is one of tho strongest ol tho
tt inera'.s n cd in medicine, i''d has produced much
suOVrlnu In the world. ThRou lor a long time and
In lart-e oo.es. It diies up the pastric. Iiiic.e. Im
pairs digestion, the stomal h refuses f iud, 111 d the
patient declines In hcaih and weight P reons
with Blood or skin icaes should be careful how
they lake tiiec mineral polnous, as 11 most in
stances thettlVctor them 1 to almost perm incut
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