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For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,)
Hoarseness, l!roncliitis,Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In-j
cipicnt Consumption and for the re-
licfoftonstunptive persons in ad van-'
ced Mages of the I)i.-.casc. For Sale
by all Druggists. Price, 25 Cents.
R1 TORPID BOWELS,
mm tlii;.j sources ur:,r: thieeiourths of
the (liH.in.sei or Hi,, l,uni:iii ... 'J'. e
Hyrnptomsiii.heitt.i tli..-,roxi,stce.. : I.., ol
Appetite, JtoiveN rotlivr, Sick llad
actae, fullness nit,., tutiK, nvrluiito
exertion of Umly r ii,.a, i:ructtio.,
of food, JirUnMliiy 0f temper, Low
spirits, A " ' f l.nvli.K ,Kle.d
...m llly, liiilfHli, j lutu rli.t; t the
Heart, ,u bt lore I lie . Mul.iv Col.
ored i.-rl.ir, t'0.N'rilM-ju.V, and ,lo.
Mnn.l tlio iisu orarnucilytiiHt m is directly
.hi'L'iv''r- Afi aLI m' 'Hli.-ii.tt VtTT'k
VI 1.1.H liav.i no if.ni!.. 'J heir iicllon on ttio
Kidneys and skin is also prompt; rcmovum
all impurities throuUi these tlu.-u tav
tn(rra of the ijiitm," piixkflns uppe
tlte, sound ilitrosttoti, r"n):.r sump-., n clear
sklniiml a vigorous Loiiv. Tl"f T'lS I'll. 1 5
Oitu.su no nuuseti or Kiiping i,or tutt-Tlcro
witudullv work un-l me u perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
1TE FErr.S M hi: a V MAN.
'I havo ti:ul ljyiM-i,.si:i, with Constlpa
tlon.two years, uml ..,vc t (,! ten iluSVrent
kinds of pills, unit Tl TTS nr.- the first
that liavo done rut; ni;y Tncy havo
clfiui.-il mo out nl::. Y. Mv appitito u
spleuUI.1, footl ol-i.-rt.s readily, nnd I now
have uutun.1 Ki...ii;-.-?. 1 K' l like a n.-w
man." V.1. LDIVAUIH, Piilmvru, 0.
Hold TTTwherc.a 3c. (:: , HM'iTivt XT
OlSAT IlAl't O'l Wmn.rin rl.rinifi-1 pi
slantly toai.f.ssy J. lack ia- u singlo up.
plifnt.ott ol tl.tt int.. so:. I ly lnu-gisu.
or M-nt by -spt . i- .- :pt of $1.
Orliee, 14 M,:: r-.iy .Street, New Votk
TUTT S M&K'JAt CF USEFUL RECEIPTS fklK
Ion claim toa
ninch for Samaw-
can one medicine bo
y a specific f ir Lpl.
Opium Fating. Itht-ninntiHin, Sjx-rmiitiir-rlur,
or Nrminal i-nUnisi. and liltr otlu r
raniplaintnf' We claim it 11 rim
ply, tx-i'nuM- the Tiro of nil ri-f f ro:n
the blood lis Ni rvir.o, lionlvciit, .Ml-T.itiveari'l
Lnxstire p'prtip?mlt.tallt,lCcrlnlliliou!l htrtia
rtfem-d to. lt'K known vorlt vi'le in
It quiftumid toml"'- Hie piititriil ii"t !) tlia
Intnxluctionnf cpiat'-HBTiildnitic rutliartii-H, but
ty the rotoratiutiof it' livity to the etoinach ami
nervous pv-trm, wbrp hy tin." briin it relieved
of morhlil' fatu ie, whicli uro created by tlio
catiK-s above referred to.
To fit r?vmen. Lawyer". IJter.irr men, Mer
chants. Danker, Ladii-s and nil tliowTt-lnwo sed
entary emplnyinent ennst-s tu n out prostration,
irregularities' of tlie blood, stnmaeh, bowels ot
kldiievsnrw ho require a ner etonie. npH tizeror
stimulant, SamaiutaS Nervine is invaluable.
ThoUBandspnirlaim it the nmt wonderful invit;
orant that ever sustained the Biukjij tyst' iu.
1.50. Hold b nil DriiBgists.
FrtsitUiioni(il'fini Hrrn!Hr BeP'l gtamp.
rex 13, c. a. i::sjj:::3 veo. cd., r;:;2'S,
,, sr. josEi'U, iio.
Lord, Stoutciibur.'li A 10 , A; . ( h;c: go, 111,
' Songs Ntver Sung.
"How docs that -i rsi! run? S imtliing
like tlii.s, isn't it '(
There are who totielt the manic etrin.
Anil noisy f one are proud to win tti m ;
Alan I fjrtbo-e who i.e.er siiiu-,
lint die wii h a.l their i;nisie iu them '
'Yes, that's t l)eauti:ul, piilictic Htid
true," S'ltil your icpresviittiive. "Tlic pctt
alludes to people m In) are s dii how sup
pressml, nd never o"t llieir lull allowance
tit'joyhr.il air. Which n-utihtls 1110 of a
lc:ter fjliown me t'w; oilier ilay ly lli-cox &
Co., of New York, siomvl by Mr. E. C.
Williams, of Clnptnitn, Suyil r county, Pi.,
a proniinetit bu-ii.fss iu iu of that phice.
I have MitftM-ed with nsthni't for ever
forty year.", ttml had a tcrriHle utt ck in
IXcetiiljer and January, I hardly
know What pioiiip'ed me to take Taukkk's
Tonic- I did s , and tlie first day I look
four doses. Tin: cllVct astonished me, That
night I slept as If nothing was the niatier
with nit, and have ever sii i-e. I h vo h id
colds since, hut noathnii. My hrcalhing
is now ns per'tTt as if I had never known
that discus". If V'U know of tiny one; who
lias asthma tell him in my nimcthat Pakk
Kii's Tokic will eiiMi it even alter forty
years." There was a man who escaped the
fate of those the poet lainen's.
This pn-paratit 11, which has heretofore
been known as I'ahki:u's Cingkk Tonic,
will hereafter lo advertis-'d and sold under
the name ot Paukeh's Toxic. Inasmurh
as ginger is really an unimportant ingredi
ent, and UMpricipletl dealers are constantly
deceiving ih ir ci'stoiners by substiluting
inferior preparations undtir the namo of
ginger, we drop the misleading word.
There is no change, however, in the
preparation itself, tint all bottles remaining
in the hands ol (letters, wrappud under
the name of Pahkkh's Oinoeu Tonic con
tain the genuine medicine if tlio facsimile
signature of Hircox & Co. is at tlio bottom
of the outside wrapper,
Tlio Daily Hullctiii.
Or FICK: NO. 711 OHIO LF.VKE.
OFFICIAL PAI'KH UP ALRXANDEU COL'NTT.
MKltKI) AT TUB CAIHfl POHTOKKfCK Foil
MtANSMISHIOM Til IIOL'OII TIIK MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS RATKS.
Homo -',ii((lisli Tiililc-Snurcs.
riain Melied lJiitn r. Take :t suueo
pau, put in it two ounces of I niter and
0110 ounce of Hour, blend those with 11
wooden spoon over a lire until they nro
reduced to a lhpiid; then add to tliein
half a pint of cold water, stir over the
lire until it conies to :i boil; add twelve
drops of lemon juice, and a salt-spoonful
of salt; put iu a tin een ready for
Anchovy Sauce. JJIend sauco and
nniko as above; ttddin three- tablc
spooufuls of cream and one table
spoonful of essence of anchovy, with a
seasoning of cayenne.
Parsley, or Sauce a la Maitro d'Ho
tel. Put two ounces (A butter in a
sauce-pan, add three-quarters of an
ounce of ilotir; blend these together, and
add 0110 gill of white stock; slir over a
(ire untii it comes to 11 boil; then add
half a gill of cream, a seasoning- of cay
enne and salt, twelve drops of lemon
juice, and add a tablespoonful of (inely
chopped parsley. Serve. N. 1$. Tako
care not to lot the sauce boil after the
parsley is in, or it will turn the parsley
French Sauce. Take one ounce of
butter itnd half an ounce of Hour and
blend them together in a saucepan; add
to thcru one giil of white sIock, a few
grains of nuinieg, a seasoning of salt
and cayenne, six drops of lemon juice;
then beat up the yolks of two eggs, add
half a gill of cream; stir these into the
sauce and thicken by the tire. Serve.
Caper Sauce. Make melted butter as
above; then add two teaspoon!' ills of
cream and a tablespoonful of chopped
capers, with a strong flavoring of cay
enne. Caper Since No.2. Wend two ounces
of butter hi a saucepan with three
quarters of an ounce of Hour; add to
ti.is one gill of white stock, twelve
drops of the essence of anchovy, a little
grilled nutmeg, a teaspounful "of tara
gon vinegar, and a high seasoning of
cayenne with ti l.ch; suit; all two ta
blespootifuis of ('hopped capers, slir
tiie-o over the tire until hot, then draw
the pan away from the lire and add a
little cr. am. X. U. This sauce is es
pecially good for all kinds of griddle
Wlii.e Sauce. Put in a saucepan an
ounce and a half of butter and three
quarters of an ounce of Hour; add to
these half a pint of milk and half a
fiaii.-poouful of pounded mace; add a
good sea.-onlng of cayenne ami salt, and
s ir weil over 1 he lire until it boils; then
!r."w It from ih" liro ami s.ir in care
fu.ly one tablespoonful of lemon juice,
'liiis .si.iiC'! .-hui.d taste sharp.
Ilg Sauce. Make sauce exactly as
above, adding half a gill of eream.'whh
tin! yu.ks of two hard boiled eggs
(boiled twelve minutes); rub through a
wi le siev ; the whiles to be chopped
li;ie!v and added to the sauce.
Heroism, as Lately Shown.
Whene'er r ti- l e ih cd js wroi(?ht,
Wh.ne'i r is -pi Ken a noble ibmiifhf.
The In-art -pi .hl" up in t mi surprise,
Our sou i to bith.r ieves rl e.
Carlyle tells u-: "Heroism is tho di
vine relation which in all times unites
a great man to other men." The late
overwhelming disaster to tho City of
C'llumbus, timid the terrors of intense
frost and a raging sea, lighting for
their prey, where- so many, fleeing- tho
rigors of a northern winter to a more
genial ol me, met their sudden and
fearful fate shows amid its horrors
and gloom one gleam of light in tho
heroism of Lieut. Rhodes in his per
sistent ell' .iris to save the last two liv
ing souls clinging to life amid tho froz
en ropes of tlie doomed vessel. Yet
this is only one among many deeds of
in-! !( self-forgeifulness in an age called
eo ptionaliy selfish mid practical.
Who. that read it, can forg-et tho
description of tho expression in tho
ta.-e of tho man entrapped in tho
P. ooklvn tunnel, death sweeping; tow
ard him in the vild waters, as he cried
to those without "to save themselves?"'
X'o frantic, forgetful effort to escape
himself with the Hood, realizing- in
that instant all that awaited him, that
hero thought not of his own, but tho
safety of others. At the time ono of
he p pei-i said. "In the old world ho
vvou.d have been buried with great
lnn- r, with the medal 'for valor' on
i.is breast." In the new world lie lives
In many hearts. Let us hope aud be
lieve that those who saw that noblo
lock of resignation and self-abnegation,
thought the glass that divided
them from him and a terrible death,
were raised by it, and their gratitude
to a height from which they never fell.
Xor have we forgotten the brave cap
tain of the Sowanhaka, as he labored
on the burning deck, amid smoke and
llanie unconscious of self, and physical
pain, until all were safe! His humblo
answer to those who sought him wcro
he vay (blinded and bandaged) in a
ho-piial, to express their sense of his
heroism was: "I did simply my plain
duty." Who remembers his namo
even? These are some of the many no
ble acts brought to our eyes, in tho
daiiy chronicle of the world's doings.
There are many less conspicuous,' a
poor miner gives or perils his life to
save that of another to whom life is as
hard mid work-a-day, tin I (to us) ap
parently bald. This divine spark is
confined to no class. We read, admiro
and perhaps forget them, though they
arc worthy to be written in letters of
gold. Tney are written in the book of
life, and our lives are elevated and
enriched, wo have some reflected cred
it, that those of our kind havo in su
premo moments of their lives, "that
little g-leam of lime, between two eter
nities," borne themselves ill an exalted
way. Tho door of such deeds, may
have seemed plain and common-place,
of no horoie mold to our eyes. Put
there has sprung up in him at tho tit
ling lime, and place, spontaneously,
instantaneously a noblo forgetfulness
of peril to se.f, iu tho-high desire to
rescue from it another, even a stranger,
which flames into heroism. Spring
CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNINt MARCH 20, 1884.
NEW YORK FASHIONS.
MILMNEHV MATERIALS SPRING NOTES
MME. MODJKBKA'8 TOILKTTS.
Rich little crape creations take the lesd
in spring millinery. Not tlio pale shades
that would seem to befit the time, but daik
tissues relieved by Oriental shimmerings or
floral patterns in native pink, red, and the
like, wrought on black. Crapo is crape
only in name; it crinkles not always with
a standard crinkle; it shows a variety of
surfaces, often a largo rep across the fabric,
or again is so embossed that one hardly
notices the primeval groundwork. In milli
nery, indeed, a marked feature of the time
is au employment of material, and so far
does this extend that any class of dress
goods cau be used, either tor the entire
making of tho hat or bonnet or appear
largely in the trimming, provided however
that the costume to match is worn like
are hardly adapted to the fancy crapes just
mentioned, aud are therefore less Been in
combination than feathery grasses, fairy
like pompons, ears of grain, etc., united
with iridescent and hovering dragon flies,
butterflies, beetles, and other gay members
of tho insect tribes, that with outspread
wings, are made to quiver in changing
lights and colors, Velvet ribbon is in
extreme demand, and serves as an effective
offset to these crapes of light quality, the
more so as the accepted style of putting on
is severe. A formal bow over the front
quite often, the ends brought down plainly
and forming strings. Not only dark colors
are shown forth in these velvet ribbons,
but white, pale pink, blue and the like.
Lices are necesssry to impart the broken
outliDfs that are needed, and are freely
brought forward, and at times richly deco
rated to suit crapes, while gilt was hardly
ever so constantly seen; the strands of very
large and peculiarly shaped beads having a
barbaric attempt at splendor.
The sighs of the summer lover will be heard
across yards of cambric, batiste or satteen,
covered with floral patterns or heavily be
strewn with small fruits of all kinds, grapes,
cherries, etc., while learned yun ladies can
select gowns laleu with geometric figures
pUced at certain angles of distance. Ex
tremely peculiar are designs where logs of
wood or forest branches are scattered; at
times the heart and inward grainings of the
wood being noticeable, while interspered
among all these designs are fluttering hum
ming birds or bright insects with spread
out wings chiefly the inevitable butter
flies or dragon flies of the season. Thin
bison cloth is reckoned extremely stylish
for tailor made suits, but light quality flan
nel is in immense requisition for traveling
and general wear. Cashmere was never
more sought after, and in delicate colors
will form admirable dresses for watering
places; being finished frequently, however,
in quite an unpracticable way with India
or Swiss muslin embroideries or lace.
Plain material is brought out to match
almost all fancy and figured goods in cot
ton and dressy wools or silks, but for ordi
nary wools the plain tailor made are far
more stylish. Holly wood is carved and
painted in imitation of ivory, and in the
way of buttons, buckles and drapery pins
is a unique finish for costumes A series of
pamphlets ia being issued this spring by
Lord & Taylor, thus giving fresher infor
mation than is possible in a catalogue.
Each is devoted to some special depart
ment, and in sending therefore, give an
idea of what you wish to know. The revi
val of poplins not more notable than Im
perial cords, in which the rep runs parallel
with the selvage.
MME. MODJESKA'S TOILETTES.
As Nadine in the new play of Nadjezda,
she appears in a beautiful toilette of
brocade, Bhaded from deep orange to pale
yellow. Square neck, train and sleeves of
brocaded gauze, with deep pointed apron
front and partial bodice of the same. The
second, a white moire antique, heart
shaped neck, short sleeves, train and rich
ornamentation of whito roses and green
leaves. A pretty contrast is given by a
basket she carries, which contains several
brilliant boqucts. Third, a blue satin,
with train, Bquare neck, elbow sleeves, and
blue hat with wide brim rolled back on one
side. Fourth, a walking dress of gray silk
with black velvet mantelet and black bon
nat. Lucr Caiiteh.
Preach ins n"d Practices.
"Seo here, Mr. Blank, what nro you
going out for to-night?" asked Mrs. B.
with a threatening look.
"Big political meeting to night,"
apologetically explained Mr. B.
Political meeting, eh?" echoed Mrs.
iB. "You have been going to political
meetings every night for live weeks,
and if it had not been for me you would
have worn your boots to bed every
"But just think how nice it would bo
if I should get nominated for some
thing? Think of tho loads of money I
could rake in, and tho nico furniture,
and new clothes, and soalskin saeques,
"That will do," interrupted Mrs. B.
"I have heard that story oeforo. You
matlo a speech last night at a ward
meeting, I see."
Yes," responded Mr. B. with par
"And I seo bv tho two or three lino
notieo that tho "burden of your remarks
was 'tho ollieo should seek the man and
not tho man tho ollieo.' Now you just
tako otF that overcoat; sit right down
and if any ollieo comes along and knocks
I will lot it in." Philadelphia Call.
A le-w form of mantel lanibronuin.
on w hie-h much decuratiiut appears, isj
n straight brand of satin or plush lir:
ished with tin ornamental fringe.
A' ove this is draped another pieco of
plush of a harmonizing color. This
crosses tho mantel, being not over six
inches deep at its longest point, and vt
course not concealing tho embroidery
of the lower straight piece. At tho
outer ends of tho mantel it is caught
up with cords and tassels, falling vvitii
tho ends of the plush, which aro at
least three-quarters of a yard deep,
and are edged with fringe. Uu4on
A locomotive has made 'J1J6 round
trips from Spriiigli.dd to Boston, 1
miles each, without ever going to tho
ahop for repairs.
rcliing and Burn
ing Tortures, Hu
tions, such as
CJALT HHEl'M or t'r.enia, I'soriasl, Scald Uead,
J Infantile or ISirth lluniorfl, and every form of
Itching, Srnlv. I'ini ly, Serotinous, Inherited, t'on
tagious, and Copper-colored dli-eaM-s of the Wood,
Skin, and Siaie. with I.ohs of Hair, are ponitivuly
cured by the ( i tih iu I kmkdiks.
Cctii ritA Kksolvknt. tlie new blood pinitier.
c ean.es the blood and perspiration of .nipurlt es
and poisonous elements, and thus lemoves tho
t'lTlccitA. the ureal hkiu Cure, itiftanlly allays
IU hint; and Inflammation, clears the Skin and
Scalp, heals fleers and Sores and restores the hair.
CcTiecitA Soap, an excellent Skin Jfeatititler and
Toilet it quisite. prepared from Cnticura is tndis
) cnsable iu treating SkId Diseases, liahy Humors,
Skin Hltmislies. houjh. Clapped or Oily Skin.
CTiieriiA Rkmkiiifs are absolutely pure, and the
only real blood 1'urillers ami Skin Iieautiflers, free
from mcenry, ao.ei.ic, lend, zinc, or any o'her
mineral or vegetable t.o;son whatsoever.
It woci i) p-quire t is. entire paper to do justice
.... a ..I i j iiii ui uie i u res pel lornieo ny 1 ne l illl-
.ui it eiii imi-riiaiiv, ami t 'incur anu I u l-
cura Hesolveni int rually, and Cutieura tnd Cuti-
Kczema of the puiinsot tlm hands and of the ends
of the fingers, very dlilicult to treat and usnallv
considered incmable; small patches of te.ter aud
salt rheum of the ears, nose, aud sides of the face.
Scallkii Heads w.th loss of Hair without num
ber, heads covered with dandruff ar.d scaly erup
tior s, especially of children and itif-.nts, many of
which s-Dce birth hai liccn n ma-s of scabs;
In II i no. huriiiiiii aud ecslv tortures that bntlled
even reiuf frem ordinary renivdi'-s, soothed and
healed as ny mag.c:
ISokiasis. Lepro-y. andloihrr frightful funis of
skin (lisea-es, scrofulous ulcers, old sop s. and dis
charging wounds, each and all of which have been
speedily, permanently and economically cuiod by
the C uili ura Kt-medics
Sold cv-ry where. Price: Cntlcnra, 50 cents; He
solvent, $1 1 ti; S .ap. i") cmts, lViTKit Ditto and
Chemical Co . Boston, Mass.
Send for "How to Cure skin Diseases."
C03IPLETE TREAT3IENT 81
A single dose of Sanford s Radical Cure instantly
relieves tne most violent Sneezing or Head Cold-,
c ears the Head as by magic, slops watery dis
charges from ths Nose and Eyes, prevents Kinging
Noi-es In the Head, cures Nervous Headache, and
subdues ( hills aud Fever. In Chronic Catarrh it
cleanses the nasal passages of foul mucus, restores
ihe senses of smell, taste, and hearing when af
fected, frees; the head, throat, and bronchial
tubes of offensive matter, sweetens and purities
the breath, slots the cough and arrests the pro
gress of Catarrh towards Consumption.
One bottle Radical Cure, one boi Catirrhal Sol
vent and Sanford's Inhaler, a 1 in one p ckace, of
all druggists for 81. Ask lor Sanfoiiks Radical
Ci'RB. I'otter Dmo andCuem Co., Uoston
Collin's Voltaic. Electric Plas
ter Instantly affects the Nerv
ous System and hinishes
Pain. A peifect Electric But
tery combined with a I'orons
Piaster for -J.") cents. It anni
lates I'ain, vitalizes Weak and
Worn Out Parts, strengthen
IS THE CUT
Tneu .Muscles, urevents Dieense. and does iiioia In
tne-hall the time than any other plaster in the
werld. Sold everywhere.
I P ....M!iSi'..
THE BEST TIIIXG KXOlfX
Washing ar.d Blcachir
In Ilard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
RAVES LABOR, TIMK and SfVP AMAZ
INGLY, ami gives universul siitisluetiou. Na
family, rich or poor, bUoukl be without it
Sold by all Grocers. UEWA UK of imitation!
well designed to mislead. I'K.V KLlNf is the
ONLY SAKte labor-saving compound, nud al
WUi'K bears the above symbol, aud uuiue ol
JAUL3 l'YLE, NEW YQKIi.
A New and Complete Hotel, fronting o. Levti
Second and Railroad Streets,
Tb(i Passongor Depot or tho Chicago, St. t.ouit
aud .ew Orleans: Illinois Central; Wal-ai h, Sr.
Lonls and Pacific; Iron Mountain and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo aud St. Lonts Hallways
are all Just across the street: while the Steamboat
Landing is tint one sun are distant.
This Hotel Is heated by steam, has steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Hells.
Automatic Klre-Alarms, Baths, absolutely pure air,
ported sewerage and tomplete appointments.
Saperb furnishings; perfect service; and an an
U. P. PARKER t CO..
S'Alfl's Specific is entirely a vegetable prepara
tion, aid should not bo con rounded with the va
rious substitutes, imitations, non-secret humbugs
"Suceus Alterans," etc., etc., which are now be
ing manufactured ny various persons. None of
these coniatn a single article which enters Into the
coiiiiiosiuuii hi n. a. 3. i nere is only one Swift
Specltlc, and there is i othlng In tie world like It.
I'll tirevent disaster and rtUiinimliitmero h,.
r.( f It .a oonnl.,.. '
Swllt s Specific is a complete antidote to Blood
Taint, Blood Poison, Malarial Poison and Skin
Humour, J. I h kinicn Smiiii, M.D., At'anta, Ua
1 have had remarkably success with Swift's Spe
cific In tho trcatmontor lilwodand Sk n Diseases,
anil In Fi-mii IliMiu.d t .....i. i i. , '
r v, , "- . ivjua u uiyseii tor var-
buncles with happy elfect.
iiKNjiY, at. D., Atlanta, Oa.
I used Swift's Specltlc on my little daughter, who
was afflicted with some Blood Poison which hd
rUsiStef! Hit HArtB Of tr.uli.i..nl 'l l,A U 1.1. --
... ..t,u,IMV,,i. , i,0 apeciiiu re
lieved her permanently, and I shall use it In my
rt.a.lm lif t, ... . .
""'"i r . C. UIIONTK, .VI. II,,
Cypress Ridge, Ark.
In 1S0 I mmc from tho North to take chargo of
the gas works in Home, as sunerlntend ent. nr.it
after the overflow, which occurred In tho spring
following, I was very much exposed to malarial
poison, and in l.ss-J found niy blood so contamina
ted with the poison that t was forced to give up
business. 1 was treated by the physi. luns without
.My trouble finally determined In an abscess of
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