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.A1KU DALLV BULLimiN, SATURDAY, FEMtlUHY 17 1R72
JOHN II. 0IIK1U.T, K Mir and Publisher.
Satciidat Morsi.no, Fubrimry 17, 1
1 " ' 1 ; r.htctiiuj
7A affinal Mi" of AlaamUr manly jrt Wtrlni;
Ouroi ffcoiK.svilnf tMikls.Vl' . t..
uulonrakt fournitt mat), & j lhe )Aie.
m on U Wi HVsho.i, tkcRMt-
Tt or I'Aitv iltuitlil
O- week, ty "trier,
una yearly crrier.lnadvanco
L. i.i.Dltl by Hall,
Tts.t month.,......, ..........
B t months ........... -
u 1 year .... -
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THE D0LLAII WKKKLV IlirLLBTlN.
John H. Oberly Co. nf r-lnce.l "
erl,.tion nriee. of the HVekly Cairo llnllelln to
0tMrrr.iu. mhMM ","" chtnl,sl P'
or published in Southern Illinois.
Chicago has only thrco or four
stabbing and shooting scrapes :i tiny.
Where is Sheridan ?
The LATE "cold snap" lias carried
its disagreeable foaturcs into everything.
Tho Golconda Herald of the Sth inst.,
complains of not receiving au exchange
nor a late paper for two vrceka.
A woman lecturer says woman's
sphere is bounded on the north by her
husband, on tho east by her baby, on
the south by her mother-in-law, on the
west by a maiden mint. Ex.
And yet, with nil these rcjtraintnhe
is constantly getting out of her cohere.
The cono.vEit's junv have decided
that the slaughter on the Rockford,
Rock Island & St. Louis railroad was
the result of criminal negligence on
the part of Conductor Baker and
Luginecr Halpinc. The railroad com
pany offers 8500 for tho delivery of
either one of them to tho proper
It will cost tho country $50,000 to
entertain the Japanese embassy. Rath
er cxpensivo amusement, that. Radi
This is too captious. "What is fifty
thousand dollars to the government
now? Eat, drink and be incrry, and
let tho United States pay the bill, say
tho radicals. And tho United States
does pay it, and will continue to while
the present party is in power.
TnouBLE is sometimes a vail behind
which blessings hide. A coteniporary
sees somo good even in tho prospect of
a war with hnglaud, in which event
the " radical dictators would be forced
at onco to relievo the southern people
from the cruel and disgraceful disabili
ties under which they are placed, in
order to secure the co-operation of its
pplcudid fighting material. It would
be unreasonable to expect that the war
riors who fought us .o bitterly in tho
rebellion would bo m a mood to ac-int
iu ft struggle for a government that ni
(used to thou the right of citizenship.'
03" A woman died in Now Orleans
lately from prolonged drukcmii-M. Tli
body layin a dirty littlo back room, which
was reached by walking through it ynrd
Hooded witu tus foulot Hnd moit filthy
water. Tho room in which the bodv luv
was small and crowded with about ton or
fifteen drunken men and women, who fill
oJ tho air with their oathi and ribnltl Jwts.
1U1 woman, apparently about ,r
years of age, Jay on the led covered will
an old, torn calico dre", iircscutlnit in it
self and surrounding tho bitterest of nil
bitter larcsinu on what tnl'jlit once hiivo
hem a virtuous and linpy life,
SSUUontraets for rebuilding tho Pacific
Hotel, Chicaeo, were awarded Tuesday
The walls are to bo completed about thu
nrstor October, und tho hotel llnlshcd
about Aew Yean. Tho cost of tbo build,
ing will Le about $1,000,000.
tW'Sunwt Cox" romirkcd recently
mat "lie nopoJ he might die if tho presi
dent did not say, 'I'll send in my message
oonci, wnen wallet upon by tin i-om-mittee.in
December, to inform him that
the senato had convened,
SGfA Washington dNpatch a.iys it is
reported in administration circles that
6.cretaryFi,h will Mtm retire, at tho de
ire of tho preiident. Generals .Sickles
bis place1' "'Cmio"t,d " Plrl for
tIt!s.1i,jtlutbv..r Hull, of New
uTl aM!clru"K ''is dUchargo from nil
i.dl tmsnlli l.s.dH.idcd to prefer crlmi-
,m J"a"1 het-k, rciitly
i '.r nt i ,p r ii i
t, , ...n4ci ui liurriMjn. at
?ruu,"l tbo i.icom.
tSTllt lnt.il.,.. . 1.
Yorkrennr,., . '."''r1 "f New
firnll ' nm 0f Hr members of
nlM '" c"i'iy closed ut
h, , rMMlM a.tonl.hea In
mi , U,!r dy.-.uso be r.
celTcd bis Uttc. iUt cv froll) lh, lundj o
mot.i.rri0r,insieaa orcilV n dher salver
A.A report is circulated that Spotted
inn anq cis mtrio, when returning fro
nuniing witli the prince, wre ovirtak
by a storm and all poriiliej.
-The cities of Minneapoll and St
A Ml . . ,
-- .Muiij were unueu unaer tlie namo of
v wn cities.
n T7 . :"lih expedition in search of
""",BlUB left London, funds
linvlrii's' Lion ml. ... ' '
ra of India ha. been trlK, convicted and
entenc-d lo bo hanged.
There Is to be a shin muni I.e. ..
Kownrkand New York, costing twriZ
advantage op Kcr.pi.vn noon
Attluilnto Dairymen's Convention at
I.lttlc V.lls, N. V., among tlio subjects
Hjcuiio I was tlit of keeping good cows,
that nro i source of rovemto to tho furmor,
Instead of poor cues that aro a bill of ex
pn.iltiL' more than Utoycomo to.
In order to tlltutrnto llio iltflerutKe, tlio
cxoeileiico of Mr. A. Jtoed-glvon In nn
es.iiv runt! before, tuo tartnera Club ot
Little Full In 1859 was cited. Mr. Rccd
gavo tho trttlllc of the yield and profit
of Ave of the beU cows in his ditiry, mm
olso of tho poorest cow, In the year 185".
Tucio were obtained by measuring and re
cording tlio amount of each cow's milk on
the first day of each month, and aio ap
bkst nvi: cows.
Uy Ml gallons milk each, nt HJaO. per
glliill " W
Tii2' lr in liny, al Is. per Inn 20 Wl
'llilrty wetkn In pasture, nt lis, per
To i lbs, ground leed, t II 50 per
lai 3 (m
Ten percent, oncost of cow, nt SIS-.. I W
Ilnl.ince In favor of t a-h cow
FIVE I'OOKEST COWS.
Cost of keeping, Ac
Ity Cr. to 213 gallons milk each, nt M4
IUI inco ssalnsl each cow 7 Oi
From llil showing Mr. Ilccd lost by
keeping ono lot, $35 25, while ho gained a
profit from tlio other lot of SU3 75, muk
Ing a dlireronco of $170 between tho two
lots of five cows each. Atprosentprice.,tlie
difference would bo much groator.
TJicrc nro mnny farmers who aro paying
dear for tlio priyllego of keeping Block,
which they had much bettor fatten and
letid to the butcher.
ThodilVcrenco is often greater when cows
are kept for making butter than when tlio
milk is sold. In tho former case, quality
as well m quantity Is to be taken into ac
count. AriCliniSltOl1 PALDINO AND politics.
(Krom the N. T. Herald.)
Archbishop Spaldinc never took any
part in the great political struggles that
Imvo ucltuted tho country. Likulili nro-
decessor, tho lnmenled Konrick, ho never
cast a vote in his lifo. His sympathies
wcro with tho land or his birth and his an
cestry; but never, oven in tho sanctity of
closest friendship, did ho betray Ills lontf
mciits. He even maintained the opin
ion that thu church should under no cir
cumstances becomo entangled witli tho
questions of tho day, and Mr. Seward's
alleged representations to tho l'optthatbo
was disloyal und not ncccptablo to tho
government as Archbishop of llaltimoro
.wcro cratutlous.iiisulting and manufactur
ed cut of whole cloth. On ono occasion
during tho war between North and .South,
Archbishop Konrick, appalcd by tho en
croachments of tho military and tho
threats that woro freely made ncainsl tho
Ciithsdrnl. determinded to issuo n pastoral,
defining tlio position of tho Church upon
tho question which so fearfully agitated tho
luiiiiic iiiiiiu. Jin micmion was coniiueu
to llishop Spalding, wno unhesitatingly
condemned it, and so clearly pointed out
the impropriety of tho step that it whs
forthwith nbondoiicd. llishop Spalding
told the Archbishop that ho thought the
people themselves woro the best judges of
their political convcitions, and they iilono
wore respond bio for tho actions resulting
ttftn mtttr ttjii rfofMitlff ...on ....
Iih il sireiid her healing wings over thu dis
cords mill iliseuslous of the republic, and
the emanciputiot' and enfranchisement of
the blacks lmd becomo n fixed fact, the
ArcntiMioi) iiuni nil tlio energies ol his
great mind to the task of improving this
class of our population, and fitting them,
both mentally and religiously, for tho now
duties Congress had nsiigne'd them. Tho
iiourislilng (Jnlliolle colored schools
throughout his dioccso attest his well
AKOTIIEIi KXTICKMII.V COL 1 1 SKAl- IU
ClIlOAOO, Februarv 14 A annnl.il frntn
Sioux City says a terrlblo storm raged in
that section on Monday evening and
nlghl.Tho weather was warm and pleasant
until tlp.ni., when the storm bur.twith
groat fury. Tho mercury dropped to 40de
grco in two hours. Thu wind blew nn icy
hiirrieniie, accompanied by a blinding snow
stotm. It Is feared that the fullering in
tho country Ikh been fearful. Samuef Kl
liso.i, living eleven miles out of thn eltr
loft hero at i ii.m . with a team for limn."..
nnd was found live miles out this morn
ing frozen to death. Other deaths aro re
ported, but nothing positive known as to
tho truth ot tho ronorts. All trains .
this division of the Illinois Central road
nro snowed in. Tho weather is Intensely
cold. Thermometer this morning 18 be
below zero. Owing to tlio prostration nr
tho telegraph Unci by thu storm, nothing
is reported of the freezing ofSnnifo.t Tn
and his bind, but tho storv is generally
(From Forney'a Pre.)
Tho republican politicians can haz.lr.l
no moro experiments uiioti tho republi
can musses. Nor dure wo de
ny thnl our poMtlcal muiiagers must UUo
wurning by this election in their lutiira
nominations. Wouroin thofucond uvwitli
ot tho year full of interot. In iliti
wo havo to re-elect President tlnt
choose a now governor, it supremo-judge,
legislature to elect, a United Stnteg fixa
tor, a convention to reform iwtr atato eon-
amuuon, unua nuinoer ol Important locul
'uv.mi, Aiinosi uvurytbiug ot
"liirtlince. thnrnfaii U u tin tKi
U,,"1. mir.r I. ..
cancntk? M'lrltta this 'special rcpuWi
ln' all' aspirant's whn
is Vhi-.T.' I'onest.
.. this jr-
upon, lor injuria lioi.,..,, ,
will not bowpportwd in "mc,
U In vain, ukl such inoJf-r1.11
1'ieau tno sanctity ot regular i." "LKUli lu
(From iks (iokonJa lurilU,
T wollllln l.nv. . '
Srnllli. nf.iTi. ':.'-""." 'ou "f r. I
urn x,.t.i.. '. ".
, ... VMIQ inuwc, run ttu'nv
c imui nm i C1U.0 v
L.'...t.l I .
buv. not ),! .. 'iu,lu younis
yours old ; and, j.robablv. WUs not awar
of what he Kui doing. 'ills ,rJnt
vtry uncay about hlni. 1 urt
I iik rpucr of tho North Missouri Ins
Co, , now.andalway, has been, to limit
Its risks within tho range of any one Z
-that the destruction" of' rt ;., r0;
city would not sween nw.v . . or
able portion of asset',. Thi.i IZ
though saved tho Company at ChlJoT
mm win ou ono or its
areguards in the
SArronw, Moitnm & Canhee, Aots.
-Fresh Sluscat grapes from California,
t recolved at Jorgenien's. , t(
HUKIiAII I HURRAH U 11URRAU ! 1 1
TIIEl'RtNCT. COMU AT LAST S'O 00!UiH
COUM) KKtV HtXt AWAV AT AMY TIMK
OUll K.NTKItrillSlMO CI i IZB.NH, COtrNCII.
MEN AND K.V.OlllKl'.KIItK-UAKSllAI.,
will now have an opportunity to make
good u'j of their bran now duds, which,
rumor says, were purchased expressly for
tho occasion. The city authorities will
no doubt about It receive, in n body,
Schuli and Uudcr not excepted, although
they voted against an formal reception.
"Whom have they to thank for tho realiza
tion of their fond dreams? That is the
momentous question now beforo the house.
Tho answer is tlio
tiik CAino Ttmxr.n society,
who invited, instead of tho unreliable,
l'rlnco Aloxls, their royal highnesses, tlio
PIUNCE AND riUXCKSS CAnMVAt.,
and thoso Illustrious personages have in
formed the tindorslgiied committee, by
tolcgram, that they will, without fall, nr
rivo at Cairo on
Monday, vmmuAUY IOtii, 1872,
rain or snow, sunshlno or storm, and hold
court, including a
OHANI) MASQUERADE BALL,
BCllKEL's WASHINGTON IULL,
Tho following is the
gotten up expressly for the occasion;
1. Harlequin ;
2. Musicians, with brass in their faces ;
3. Mastor of Ceremonies ;
4. Their royal highnesses, tho Prince
and Princess Carnival ;
0. The first trial of tho "Temperanco
L.w " will tako place.
(At this trial alt fools who havo taker,
part In ita passage, will be present, to-wit:
Mombors of tho legislature, judges, law
yers, pollcomcn, balllll a woman, newspa
per reporters, barkeepers, bummers, nnd
a largo audbneo composed of men nnd
0. Tho wholo to coneludo with tho
equestrian performance of Slgnoru Pepita
do Ollva, on her Arabian thorough-bred,
7. Monsieur Hcrkules and his son; after
which his royal highness Till break up
the whole In a general confusion, in mod
ern language, called n Polonaise, waltz,
quadrille, etc., etc.
This will continue until daylight tho
next morning in tho evening.
Particular attention will bo taken at tho
door to exclude all thoso whoso company
is not dcsirablo
Tickets for tho grand masquerade ball to
bo had at Budor Bros., P. O. Schuh's drug
store, Burger's, Bolzner's, Alba's barber
shop, and of Mr.'Schmitzdorf.
Uy order of
Jt. V. JJklzneh,
Y. A Ml A,
fob.'J-tf Com. of Arrangements;
i II. l.KW a. ru. pay TIIK JUUHEhT MAltKKT
Below will bo found the corrected list
of prices paid by 11. Levy is Co., for
hldtn, furs, feathers, wool, tallow, bees
wax, nnd nil kinds of country produce.
Lovy & Co. do n very largo trado in their
line, and it U n well known lact that they
always pay tho highest prices to bo ob
tained in thU market. '1 hey aro now
Mink S2 00a 2 25
Wild Cut 00
Hoilfo Cat 10 a 15
-Musi; Itut 15
Otter r. 00 a 7 0U
Bear Skins oonli 00
Beaver, per pound 60 a 76
IIIUKS, I'KK l'OUND:
Deer Skins .. 27Ja.17
Beef Hides, Drv Salt lHja'JO
" " Green Salt Onl'JJ
Tallow, psr pound Or 7j
Feathers, " " COkOj
H')I, " (!0a70
Beeswax.." 25 a 28
Tho ubovo prico list is subject to correc
rUOMAS rilOTCOMAl-lIIC AllT flAI.LEItr
UKMOVKK TO Til E COHNEK OK KIdllT
hTltEKT ANTl COMME1ICIAL AVENUE, IN
fl.'u ....... 1
I now havo good light to work by and
pleasant rfioms for tho accommodation of
visitors and customer. 1 am now pre
pared to do as good photographic work a
was nvur done in Cairo. I will tako pho
tographs, plain, imitation porcelain nnd
gems; old pictures copiod, enlarged, and
coloicd in India ink or wator colors. Par
ticular attention given to taking child
Don't forget tho place, corner Eighth
street nnd Commercial nveuno.
fob7-l w .). J. Thomas.
I will oiler for sale nt my sales room,
105 Commercial avenue, on Saturday,
February 2 1, nt 0J o'clo ck a. nt., tho fol
lowing articles, to bo sold for charges : 2
first-class billiard tables, complete; one
lot of goN fixtures, and iv ot of steamboat
sash and doors ; also two lino gold
watches. Sulo positive, and without
'"rvev. ). Haktma. (f, Auctioneer.
m?M?,CtK'"a'ho bst entertainment In
and I T. U,ttRt-!ho.Ls hotel, saloon
be had vm!1' TW W '"uIc t,,ttt Cun
every mo, , ' anJ, Vhuo' 'u"cl1
every morning and night, au r .i
jnert brand, of clgars.ad t t
ulvo us a call. l0"
Kakiit 'NValki ir. Proprietor.
iM Annua Ouiiiu.-inlung Vork
nUJincrOUl Pllf'rnvlm.a II . -,. .
' l"'Kcs. i-rice
oo cents. Address Dr. Binttj' Dispensary
No. j2 North Kghth Blrwt) Kli Lou,'s
Mo See Advcrtisouif nt. tf
nr. iNioMK of tho Horlh Missouri
, wi,, increased moro tlianton fold dur
Ing tho last year.
HvrroRP, Moeris & OANnu;, Aoth.
CAIRO CITY ROOK RLN'DHRY,
joiu; lr. oisuui.Y a co.,
Jhillctin Uuilding, corner of 12th
street nnd Washington nvcnuo,
All klti'la or binding nnl Hu'liii ilono at the
lory lowest iirluen. Hallux enKKCl llio servi
ces nf Mr. lluels, who tin limi many yonra
fxperlrnen In f,no of beM Hlmlerlca oral. Lniils,
tn stlp'rlnlend tula tslnullsliment, wo can con
tinently promise our patron worK equal to tint
of any Illndcry in tho treat.
MOOlti-; & MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornnmentnl
Decorative lnnprliniiKliia', KnlnouilB
Done In the luchrit tlyla ol the art, and a
( that dely competition.
SHOP IN PERRY HOUSE, CORNIIl Ol' &TU
1TKKKT ANHCMMEIICIAL AVENUE.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAN
KOOM. JOHN OATEN, l'roprletor.
toocmmercisl Artnue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS)
Rest brand of California Clgara Just rectlrfil,
BILLIAItl) FRloon rnrntnliFil vith lhe b'Rt ol
IhMpk j ami b.tr ailliplipil Willi nines, liquora
anociKara oi ine nnem uranu.
And Dealer In Foreign ami Domeatle
YINE3, LIQUORS AND CIQAHS
97 Ohio Levee,
Between Ninth ami Tenth Streets,
VT. II. MORRIS, II. II. CANUKK
No lory Public, No. Pub. and U. 8. Con.
FIKE, HULL, OAKGO, LIVE STOOK
Atscti .JJ.MJ.MI f7
NOItTII AMEIIICA, PA.,
AU 2,783,000 Ct
Afts .I,MI,2tO 7
A80tH. 1,781,118 8C
1NTKRNATIONAL, N. T.,
AssetH.. l.iM.SSS 17
PUTNAM, II ART FORD,
AsMts 700,917 OC
AiettBM 615.C78 SS
A.e!. 61S.27 4:
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Astcta 600,000 011
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Aaiieta 30,OO),000 OC
TRAVELER'S, HARTFOIII), LIFE AND
AftM I,WJ,O0O Ot
RAILWAY PASSENOKUH ASSURANCE
S AFFORD, MORRIS & OANDEE,
71 Ulilo J.rvrr,
City National Hank, CAIKO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
B TJ A. IT O E
NIAOARA, N. Y.,
AMdti f 1,4.16,116 it
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
Ataet 1,008,721 7
HANOVER, N. V.
Asieta 720,86! 00
REPUBLIC, N. Y.,
Assets ,711,915 (X
Compnilnft the Undrrwritera' Xgeacf.
YONKEKH, N. Y.,
Asset 878,161 It
. 1W.W3 Z
FIREMEN'S FUND, B. F.,
A,1C,. 78,WO 0
BECUKITY, N. Y. MARINE.
A,,ul 1,132,81!) 00
STJrSinS!Trt.,VnP, rnrnltur, Hulli and Car-
.'. nr. uvGiiKK.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
MKIICII A.VT H
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
Ohio RIvr nutl lUanwbK
70 Ohio Lsvee,
t cAinn. it.i.iNoi
5 a- H
D It Y UOODK.
71. FALL-WINTER. 72
C. HAN NY.
S T It I P E S,
KENTUCKY JEANH, EXTRA,
LARUE STOOK OF OARFKTINt.
nit Entire Ntock Now f lotloa; Out
VERY LOW FIGURES.
COBNIR STH BT., AND COMMERCIAL-AY.,
CjaiMIflNlON akd romvAitiiijm.
J. M. PIIIIiLU'S k CO.,
(Successors to II. II. Uondrlclm k Co., )
forwarding and Commission
Aro prepnreil to recfle, ttorc ani orward
frvlKhta to all point anil Imy kliI
sell on cotnmliiilon.
arltuslnrss attendca tn promptlr
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTIOIN
And Dealer Foreign Fruits and Nutj
No. 134 Commcrcial-ave.,
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
No. 70 Ohio l.cvtc.
asrspeclal attrntion Riten to conmgnmenla
D.Z. MATIIUKS. K. C. UUL
ISIATllUSS & UHL,
FOE "W Jl. H D I 3STQ-
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
Xo, oi ouio i,i;vi:i:,
niicnn Fourth 4 .VurfA Ml., AIKO.ILL
a ug ilAwtf
JOHN U. PHILLIS JfcSON
(Hciccepsorn to Jno.ll. I'lilllle,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.;
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEV EE
CHARLES M. HOWE & CO.,
FORWARDING M ERCHANTS.
No. G-I Ohio Lcvce,
CLOSE & VINCENT,
DEALERS I IN" LIME
Cement, Plahter Paris,
Corner EIkIiIIs Nlrrct nml Ohio fxvrr
STRATTON & UIRD
(Succenior toHtratton, Hudson A Clark.)
57 Ohio Lovco, Cairo, Illinois.
JHLLEU ' &PARKER,"
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Lkvkk, CAIRO, ILLS.
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Happy relief lor young men from tha efleeta o
errors and abuses In curly lile. Manhond re.
toied. Nervous iietilllly oiued. Impedlnienta
lo marriage removed. New method of treat,
ment. New anil reinarkatilo, remedies. Uooku
and ircularaentIreo. in s ed enve lopea. Ad
dreaa HOWARD ASSOCIATION, NO, 3 Houtlt
Nlnlli St., rhllndelphla,, fa, itec2Sdtw9m;
SIMIUA SIMILIBU3 CURANTUR
1 TAVn provc.1, from tlio mosi !"pT.riVV
I'L innee.nn fimrn aucccsm Hiinpie PrompU-
,,tf.,IHF n.llf.li.d In llOIlllIftr IIH HHII
nlwnya render atlfnctloii
1, Cures lVveM.cnnncstlon, InflatnmntiQns.j
S, ' Worm, wnrin fever, wotm colic.
a, 'X 'rj liisriilio irteetlilngol infants..."
Dlrrliorn.nr clilldrcn nnd Uult.A
IlvMriilfry. gilplnK.li'llous collc.ilJ
Chiilrrii. colds, lirnnchllu J
.Nriiriiluln, tonlliictie, fscei;liC....V5
Ilpniliirlirs. sli'k liidiiclie,vertlKo!
Hvmik-ikIii' bilious sloniAclie. -
NMtisiritsl.or painful perlods...S5
fl'lTsipN. too profuse perlols.......!lJ
Croup, oounh, illflleult lireatlunK.!
Nnlt lllirimi, Krysliiila, KruptlonsAS
ItliPiimntlm, rlicumitie pains M
Frvrrniiil AKiie, chill lever, sguesW
I'llr, blind or bleeding - ...
htlilrinjr, and sore or weak eye"
( iitiirrli, iu'iiio orrlironlc, InduentsM
ANllltnn. oppre.red brentlnn IO
Knr IHM'luirijf's, IniKiilred hearings
Nrriirulii rnbirirfd glands, swelling'W
(Ji'licral lli'lilllly, physical weak.
nss - 0
lrixy ami scanly Secretions W
Ncn NlrltiiPoN slckn'-ss from rldinvto
Iililnry.lCBo, (Iravel tA
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