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.Weather for Ohio Local snow to.
night, snow or rain and warmer,
Even tho rock ribbed rqmbtiean
'delegation from Pennsylvania did
honor to Congressman Burlon.
Tho colored people oL' Cincinnati
should givo a banquet far Sena
Zanosvillo probably holds tlic
record for deaths. Twenty-six
deaths in forty-eight hours would
provo alarming in larger cities than
Even tho Ohio delegation in the
house is becoming disgusted with
Senators iForaker and Dick. Tho
voters reached that condition sev
eral months ngo.
John D. .Rockefeller is thought
to be considering nuothcr donation
to some cause. The price of oil
may take a jump, just because ho
is said to he thinking about it.
Tho Czar's new Domini assembled
yesterday. I1 will bo in order for
Kdcholas to do another dissolving
stunt in a very few weeks, if the
opening day is indicative of the
stormy .sessions which will follow.
If bankers conlinuo to be sent
to tho nonitcntinrv at tho same
rate as during tho past few jears,
building a new institution will
soon bo a matter of necessity
rather than choice.
Without going into hccict .ses
sion the oity 'council provided foi
sidewalks and atieet jiavings, at
Jlondny night iiieet'mg. That is
ai:oie Jiku doing business in the
Governor Harris is said to be
considering replacing all of the
male pttundnuts at inuiiii alums
with women-. A littlj of the
homeopathic doctrine in that. Many
a man has gone crazy bec.iu-.o jf a
Two ery icniarkab'.o things oc
currod at -Monday night's council
meeting. Wilson and Seiter did
not clash apd the pav.'ng of the
four streets was not tied up f-o
that none but tho Bnihcr Trinidad
Pitch Lako Asphalt company could
bid on Mio work.
Council heoras to haM been at
tacked with tho paviug i'over in
almost as virulent form as ino?l ol
tho pcoplo of tho city hao been
nssailcd by grip. Four streets
wero added to tho list to bo paved
during tho coining Mimmer. That
is all right, gentlemen, .so long as
tho property owners are willing,
but please do not givo us any
liiorc of thoso .South Prospect street
Some months ago Pedro Alvar
pdo, tho wealthiest man of Mcxiico
offorcd to pay tho public debt' of
his nation. Tho offer was refused
by President Diaz and now the
Mexican John 1). Rockefeller wants
to placo an nrmy ) tho field to
dispatch every Indian of tho
Ynqui tribe. Jlo probably figures
1 that ridding tho country of thoso
trcttchrou8, tnhesmen would be
Tpndefuifjf .a service, second in im
portanco to paying Mexico's debt.
Judging from tho depredations of
wliicli.Uio Yfirmis have been guilty,
JM& WIANT DOUiAE FOUN--
i warranted 'for one year and hau
'' 14 kaa'at pen; the aalo of over
i. tbousana nons attests to its
LET US SHOW YOU.
C. a Wiant
ml 'W--. ' na ilmmMm
recently redfo" is not far from
Governor fcjwettenhain has deter
mined that tho climate or homo
thing clso im Jamaica docs not
agreo with him and he ha deter
mined to resign his post mid return
to England. Governor Swetlenhain
ha9 almo'-t dropped out of thn re
membrance of most oC tho people.
He will be remembered, however,
as the man who ordered American
relief worker away from Kingston
after the earthquake, .some weeks
ago. It warf thought that tho .licid
ent had been closed' and so it was,
so far as Gieat .Britain and tho
United States were concerned, but
it seems now that Great Britain
was not ;guio jtlnoiigh with ihe
governor when jho eompel'cd him
to nimlogio to tho United Slnfc3
and Hear Admiral Davis. While
it is given out that .Swellenham
had voluntarily tendered his resig
nation , thoro :U a .suspicion Mini
his fiction was tho result of hit
attitude toward Admiral Davis and
that tho suggestion that he resign
came from the l.ondoii government.
A SPADE IS A SPADE.
Clarion bids fair to gain a little
of the fame which has been thrust
iilioii FJadlay, only in a .slightly
different line. For some time the
eyes of lei'oimeis will be upon the
common pleas coui.t of this county
while the already famous fccwago
disposal plant case is being tried.
The entianoe into the case of
Attorney General HIP, who ropie
sent.s .State Auditor Guilheit adds
interest to the case and (ho feal-
ares which Jut :c been introduced
through, the answer and cros
petiiton of the state auditor, prom
ise to make the trial a very in
teresting one and Ihe decision, one
which will attract attention from
tVr and near.
Tho state auditor does not mince
words about tho maMer. Ho calls
,i spade, a spade. Jlo openly al
teires fraud connection with
awaiding the count rad and the
construction of tnu plant. Ho .says
that the city was buncoed out ol
.VJO.OOO in the deal because Ihe
lan.s weio so made that im other
company than 'tho Clinton Foun
dry and Machine company could
bid on tho woikv. and because of
this, competitive li hiding was not
pos-dlde. The Mate auditor is
evidently an advocate ot competi
tive bidding, oven in city nlfairs.
He would not hnvo f,jvcn his .siunc
tioii to t awaiding of contracts
lor .sono of the pavings which the
city already has, without tluovv.'iig
uho bidding open to all who eared
to p.uticip.ite. Compotitivo bidding
u Ihu only protection enjoyed by
the ciMeii and whenever a contract
is awarded without competition it
places the stamp of disapproval
upon that transaction.
Mr. Guilbcrl says that the
cty's money was not expended as
provided an the icmiIiiMoii adopted
by the city council or provision in
the bonds which wero .sold. lie
asks that the city recover the
wJiolo amount expended.
The truth or falsity of the sjale
incuts of Auditor Giulbcrt ic
utains to be hhown in court, but
it is certain that some of tho
woikings of the city council wjII
ho laid bans to (ho public gaze.
.ludge Duncan permitted Auditor
of State Ouilbcrt to enter tho
ncvvngu disposal jilnnt case bccau&o
the city soliicitor, who is suppos
ed to guard tho city's interest in
a legal way, negleced or refused
to take tho mutter up for tho
city. At any rate Mr. Donithcn
never took the action which was
iccmuneiuled to him by tho state
officer, hJniply becauso ho had ad
vised the city council to award tho
contract to tho Clinton Foundry
and Machine company. AVJiil'o it is
not expected Hint a city official
siiall follow tho advice of a stato
official, if it bo against his belter
judgment, ho .liould not htaiul upon
any former recommendation of his
when it is; evident ho was in error
in the fiist jiustanco." Professional
pride is all rght in its -place but
it somotiiiie.s proVo ..oxpoiis'Jvo for
the other fellow, mid JfcJO.OQO is
a big prico for the city to pay for
a piece of blue sky.
Drift of Comment.
A'PTAntTTMrt nnn i iambi 'wn wvuuio wu i-mufiy iiuumiucii-u, ciiiik un iuu iiceoi or ttciinioruri'uons whii- now t not mi Knrk-o i nv's iin. i . .
Don't neglect "your
Statistics show that in New York' City
alone over 200 people die every weekfrom
And most of these consumptives might
be living now if they had not neglected, tjie
You know how" quickly Scott's
Emulsion enables you to throw&ff a
cough or cold.
yet made upon the rights of the
States and tho sacred principles of
local .self-government In this conn,
try Is that which 11 is announced
I'icsldent Itoosovelt Is preparing to
make through a suit In the Su
preme Court to establish the power
o' the Federal government, to con
trol tho public schools of all tho
States wllcnevor It may ho necessary
t do s'i In order to cairy out a
treaty mado by the President anil
the Senato In Washington.
The Federal Government was
formed for tho sole purHso of per.
forming the functions which no sln
glo state could perform. To join
the states Into a more efficient union
for the common defense, to manage
the relations of nil tho States with
foreign nations and to prevent con.
fusion nmons tho States by controll
ing all Interstate relations wjio the
only objects had In view b" the
patriots who framed the Federal
Constitution. If It had been under.
stood to confer upon tho Federal
Government any olhor functions but
those, tho states would hnvo rojecled
It whon It was submitted for their
approval or disapproval.
If tho President wins his sulfc
against tho schools of San Francisco
It will be in tho power or tho Pros-
ltlont and tho Senato to wreck tht?
whole educational systen. of the
South by making a treaty with .somo
African potentate guaranteeing to
all people of Ills race in 'tho United
States equal educational privileges
with tho whites. Tho separate
schools which tho Southern Slntes
provide for negroes would not bo
good enough for litem. They would
Insist upon crowding into tho white
schools and tho white children would
b3 driven out. ,
Tho schools aie too close to. the,
homo and tho fireside to he con
trolled by any power other thun that
which has created and which sup
ports them from month, to month.
hrtabllsh President Hoosovelts ton.
tentlon and tho piibllc-f.chooI systoni
which has made illiteracy almohl a
thing of tho past in this country,
will ho wrecked In any section
whoio the Federal Government has
the power to force Into . them an
dement objoetlonablo to parents
whoio taxes pay for their (support.
Tho claims of some or tho Presl.
dent's legal advisers that llio Fed
eral Government has acquired a
color or right to control the public
schools or tho Mates by Its dona.
tlons of lands to .state school funds
Is almost as alarming as the Piosl
dent's claim of light to control them
MT. rm-yz;, waa& .U.fciRr.lJiJJJSL'.'AS!As.:t?ii3
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SENATOR ELECT FRANK ' 0. BRGQS
Frank O. IHiggs, who will succeed John F. lirydcu In therUnitod States
f-enate, has a habit of dropping Into good things, Ho wan appointed to 'the
United States Military academy because tho. original nppolnjeo' had' failed to
pass Ihe entranco examination, After graduation from YW J?ui(it(i)ul a brief
army service hu mado a line, connection wjth tho Iloebllngsl wiio built the
Brooklyn biidgo. and rose high In tho iiervlc of that great eUKlneerinjf com
pany, Ho has served as mayor, pf Trenton, N, J j(nd;for,ltMjWit-Wnr "
ho has been state treasurer for Now -lerwiy, 111'eloetldif'toMfUtilttKl 8tates
DAILY MIRfegi&XBaDAY, MAltOH,fl MOT'.? '
I 50c. AND $1.00. '
tlnoiigh the treaty-making power.
Hut the claim js'-.no more valid
than would he tnei. claim that tho
Government at Washington has tho
right to operate thojf Illinois Central
raiirnd'j witiiin ijicjqauuo or .jiiiiii
because tho Government gave to
I'linois largo undUgof public land
which the stato afterwards granted
to the road. 'V' '
There cannot ho a- possibility that
the Supreme Court-"will over uphold
tho President infills radical and
d.ingcroii3 attack ifion the homes
and n resides of America. The very
suggestion would 'iiavo startled tho
most radical advocate, of consolidated
government whoc;cr lived in this
ccuntry, jirlor to 'the "picsldoncy of,
Theodore rtooseveltTj-fSt. l.ouls
pufjllu. - '.'
DI VORCD AND DOUGHNUTS.
Tnere is a dlvorco' case In Hobok
cn, where one off tho, complaints ot
the man Is thatjils wife from whom
h-i deshes to escapo 'cannot manu
lacture a first-elas'!' doughnut. Of
course, this seems' a very beggarly
complaint, but .thejK.thero Is a con
sideration about 11 that must not ho
neglected, .which 'is'.1hat ir a wom
an can make si ilnol'doucliuut. It Is
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an Indication of ability, taste and re.
flnemnt that sheoccuplcs tho love!
or nil good lliingspf,ii,i
Tiiore are cradesof doiigiiuutn
Just' as there a'rovrfadc3 in life, and
they seem" to 'correspond to oach
other, i'hc'flocfgyljjasteless, heavy,
rough, gie.is.V dou'rihliut what does
thai represent Imhu'nian character?
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i" it not jinnia laeie eviuenco oi
wifely Incapacity? Qould the beauty
of homo surround sjich a doughnut?
Is. it th? Ijower'-pf'.refliioraent . and
educated taste, n answer, to theso
questions lilnjply supiwrts ' tho con.
elusion of (he busuand,
lint take '-the doughnut- that Is
llj.ii(, tender, mellow, flexile you
will never catch thnt crying out for
dlvoiee. Thoro Is too much sweet
Jlfc behind It," too many unities, and
words that sing, and deeds' that deck
thr path ljo Jlowersnv.rji
And then "theio oio -many things
! H1I3 world that seeuv at first to
bj very small, and yet .if thoy aro
pioporly articulated with their truo
relations in .lite, they oxpand Into
great nffatru, as big, In fact, as sun
riies and ocean views, .fust try It
onco stop in from a big red dawn
to a plate of gioniy, soggy dough
nuts and co, hovv long tho aurora
1k nil. over your thoughts. Hut If
that doughnut had been a touch or
grace and eultuie, Ihe aumrn would
hnvo stayed with .your squl and
made tho repast happy. ,So; you,
can jmrtlally accountfor Mils' plea
In tho divorce case that her dough,
nuts wero had.-Ohio State Journal.
This nnliT.r.l we rati man Is a
curious species. Hero lid 1b walking
In an upright fashion, mado In the
imago of his Afakor, wo nro told,
perfecting a language, reasoning
about tho unknowable things nlxivn
him and beneath him, calling him
self enlightened. Ho. meets his fel
lows' and commune;) with them; dc.
Vised systems for fibT existence;
IhrowM' iiilrpit 'hliir-K.TfegiiardHf' 'and
piovlde luxuries Hticn, tys no other
at'lmnl' knows. AfuFyec wo flmlhlm
today, right hem In tr.e good stale
()r Ohio, commuting acta against his
helpless fellows til a mannerjj lliufj
would put to shnino tho mo.U, hnit,-
isu ereaiuro vnai goes upon, lour
.lust think of III Four men In this
stnto Indicted for cruelty to Insane
people-cruelty that did not stop unV
ti' tho poor, Irrational victim? worn
dead, for tho men arc actuay ae. J
rtuen of Dealing tne inmates or mo
Athens nsylnin to death! Havn lyi
ever hoard. of a more horrible tiling
happening In savagery or among
tho "lower" animals? We quote tho
word "lower" for as a matter of
fact there can he nothing lower in
the nnlninl hingJom than a man
who mistreats an Insane person.
Jf there had been only one man
Indicted, we could account for It on
the ground that the fellow had re
verted to savagery, or to tho brute
creation. Dut there vould hardly bo
four cases of reversion In one llttlo
Institution. Wo r.iust, therefore,
try to account for It on some other
u can be accounted for only on tho
ground that wo aro not so far re-
moved from tho brute creation as
wc Imagine. Those four men who
are indicted for the heinous offense
were not, possibly, when they en
tered the Institution, so very" dif.
ferent from the rest of us. They
sought to cam their living In the
easiest possible manner, just us the
rtst of us do. They must have hod
some political Influence to secure
the places. They, therefore, were
well known In thoir rcspeetlvo com.
niiinilles, and had the cndoisemoiits
ot Intelligent pcoplo who bolloved
they would make good attendants at
Thoso attendants probably entered
upon their employment, believing
thoy would do tholr duty. At first,
there Is llttlo doubt, they were care
ful or tho patients under them, It
may havo been days anl days ho-
foro they so much ns struck a pa.
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iuimh wmr uia ojion nui'i. Gradually
uiey became naidened. One day
they struck a jmor, helpless follow
with tho nst. Tho next day, or
the next week, thoy tibod dubs. Fin.
ally they did not hcsltato to pick up
an Iron lnr and knock senseless tho
li rational creatures, or hold tho
frail bolngs beneath the surfaco f
the water of a bath tub until life
became extinct. II all shows that
wc- may learn to "stand' almost any
sort of barbarity. Doubtless, those
four Indicted nie actually laughed
as they saw the squirming, sulfer-
ing, loriurcii relic writhe In aconv
af the blovvs rained upon their naked
And all of tl at in Ohio not In.
Abyssinia nor Thibet. Tho degraded,
cruel monsters who were guilty of
such treatment were our follows;
not Tin tars, nor Turks. We say
guilty, because It Y,h been shown
that thoy wero gliMy," although their
final trials havo not as yet taken
placo. Tho Investigations by tho
grand jury, dhowed them to ,bo
guilty, nlto,ugh It Is now stated that
(hero will bo a tiomcndous effort
on tho part of tho higher officials
of the Institution to acquit thorn.
Another evidence that wo havo not
progressed so rar, when the head
of the Institution, n man of supposed
Intelligence, and tho superintendents
and the managers or the placo aro
accuse 1 of now conspiring to preyent
the conviction of tho four attend
ants, because a conviction would
nt reflect credit upon the manage,
mrnt of tho aiyluin.
A man has to bo well-balanced
mentally if ho tloes not fly into a
rage at the i elation of such atroc
ities and demapd the cremation of
the culprits. Ho has to bo above tho
average If he does not clamor for
the blood of those four flefids. 'ahd
oil other of tho fiends connolted
with the institution. Ho has td'bo
a Christian, well founded' in' tho
faith, if he can refrain from sating,
"iiy the eternal, If thoro diad 'been
any of my loved onos so treated, I
would havo tho llfo of those attend
ants, If it wero tho last net oft my
own lift).1' It requires a lot ofipa.
tlenco to bo able to permit tho slow-
Creeping, law to ho ablo to dragHi Its
weary lengin over jiio ca30 and lo
proclaim solemnly from behind Ahee
cdveifd eyes tiat the, .accused aro or
aro 'not giil!tyr-Sprlnsflohl (O.)
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FROM THE COMMONER,
donei'iil Kurnpalkiu's history pf
tho Hnlo-,1ilphuoM) war has been
suppressed by t'ho TtiiRinu gpvem
meiit. lst it possible that (Jonoral
Kuiopalkin Iiuh learned tho Amer
ican press (igent trick.
Every home should own a good Phonograph.
The improved Columbia is a dandy. You pry a
little down and the balance at your convenience.
We have in, stock the
complete list of Colum-
L-. , ... . 4
.month wc will exchange
any nroiten or wornotu
cylinder record at full
value. . , '
I THE C W.
the "widows and oi'jjhan" argu
ment ajrainst roiilrql.of monopoly?
will be HticngthenojJ by the "de
serving college" argument. Mr.
Rookefeller'.s head may be bald,
but A is o.xfiemply longitudinal.
Hy resoit to a technicality Ihe
railroads have blocked the proposed
reduction in Ihe pay for transport
ing the mails. Soino of these dny.s
tho people will engage in a tech
nicality busting crusade, and when
it !u over the railroads will be
mei'o conveniences for the gentlcnic
"who now own them.
Gontlemcn who insist thnt the
Mhnuri river is n) longer navi
gablo may base their argument on
the fact that (he western railroads
have, appropriated most of tho
water for slock iuigatitn purposes.
If is hardly possible lhat. theie is
truth in tho leport that ncv foun
dation can bo found for tho Galun
dam. Undo Wain lias, sunk enough
money down thoic lo make, a firm
foundalioii for almost nuyth'ng.
Ronalor Hepburn' resoiillion
calling for an investigation of the
Noil hem Pacific rcftrganintinn ill
JS'Otl M'bns to ho a coveit ins'-iiuii-tion
luruiiisl Ihe claim of llio'ad
miuis(ralion dial it "busted" tho
Tho gentlemen who aro making
lightest of the thicat of Japanese
cuolies invasion oio the gentlemen
who tcprci-unt tho 'nlorests that
iiupoil sovcral hundred thousand
pauper laboicrs from Jiuropo every
Jfr. Itockefisller, fr. l)rydon
! M.',' aBKMilii'ini and many olher.s
will, of coiiiM) advocate tho estab
lishment of a press censorship such
a.s proposed by 1'icsidcnt Itoosc
yelt and tho coiigrcss'onal postal
Many railroads aro evperieneing
trouble in Ihoi-r Iraffie depait
inenls by icason of iloods. The
people who pay the freight hayo
been experiencing trouble on ac
count of loo ntuch water in the
railroad sioelis. and Ihe trouble
has existed for many yeaivs.
Now if 3lr. Jeroiiie had gono af
ter thoso insurance gratters wit
one-half (he vigor ho has display
ed in digging up the unfortunate
history of a misguided and badly
advised young gir' I ho N'ow Yoik
penitentiary might now bo 'even
nioip badly crowded.
Last year tho people of this
country consumed six and one-half
billion pounds rC sugar. Of the
amount they produced a billion and'
a rpuii ter pounds. They paid tho
sugar trust tribute on every ounco
of, tho remaining five and three
A Xew York man has scoured
judgment for fj-oOOO against the
Jow Yoik Central rnilrond for dnnr
aires Mislaiucd in an accident, This
'.sort of t'lfng if maintained will
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iimiico iiiu ifiniiimis in puy ii ii
tlo moro attention lo snfoly and
not quite so liiuch (o dividon'ds.
'IM,,. nc-nilinu llinf llin fillm im
'l,r Mm Snllnn ..n,. !(. l .snm.vil.1n fi.
nn l.HM-nnsn t' vn-.il'nll in tli.it nii.l
'resion'Midiild not bo Inken scimous-
IV. Tho heav:Iy wntored stock of
(lie railroads that traverso Ihat
country jWcvuld havo provoked an
inundation long ago.
'A railroad piamigor protesting
against u 2-cen faro bill befoio tho
Nebraska Icgislnluro. instfd that
Ibo co3t of opcraling liis road l
been greatly increased in jvvonty
ycarrf. t Ho failed lo deeloro that
tho pet earnings op 1)io original
cost of (ho road had sjiovyji a dc
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gans as a demagogue, is perhaps
Ihe only mayor who was big enough
to secure from a president of tho
United Stales the light to framo
a liealy with a foieign power.
And from the owner of tho "Intr
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There were score of applicants for
every seat, and most of t)io placed
went to officials and other influen
tial persons', anions them being Gen.
cral Kuropatkln mid M. Gurko, as
slstnui mlulRtcr of the Interior, and
most of the members of the dlplo.
mntle corps, but the left gallery
wat occupied by 230 of ths general
public, among whom tho ptefect or
police distributed 1)0 members ot
the secret police os a precaution
against attempts on the Hvcsi ot tin
ministers, which It was feared tho
Tcrrorbtr, might make.
Tho council of tho empire, tho up
per house of pailtamcht, also con.
vened yesterday. The only business
tiuusaoted was .the auoptin of a
laolutfon ot sympathy with tho
widow of Count Alexis .Ignatlcff, a
member of tho council, .who was
aisas.slnatod Dec.sL'3'nt Tcer.
President Golovln will bo received
In audlenco by the emperor March 7.
D Not Crowd the Season
Tho flfst warm davs of snrlnir
bring with them a deslro to get out
and epjoy the oxhlllratlng air and
sunshlno. Children that havo been
housed up all winter nro brought
out and ou wonder where thoy nil
camo from. Tho heavy wintr cloth
ing is thrown asltlo and nianyN shed
their flannels. Then i cold wao
comes and pcoplo nay that gilp Is ep
idemic. Colds at this Reason aro
even more dangerous than In mid.
winter, as there Is much moro dan
ger of pneumonia. Take Chambor-
lain's Cough Itcnicdy, however, and
you will havo nothing to foar It
always ciucs, aud wo havo never
known a cold to result In pnoumonla
when It was used, It Is pleasant
and safe to take. Children llko
t. For sale by all druggists. ,
Discharged Hospital Atten
dants will be Barred
From all the State
Toljdo, O., March C A black list
ahs ben adopted by superintendents
or Ohio Institutions (or the Insane.
Employes who abuse or in nny way
mistreat tho patients under their
care, will ho summarily discharged,
and tho doors of all stato Institutions
will bo baned against them. ' This
action Ayaa taken at tho recent meet
ing of tho superintendents of all
In order to Increase tho efficiency
If tllO llOSpltal fOrCCS Ih tllO ' state,
ltllc BUpcrilltOlldeut'- havo oflopted it
slldliig loiIo of vva?es, patt9rnd,,af-,j)-j
tor the Tolcuo plan ip ub atytho '
state hospital. Tho minimum' salary ' ,- '
for womc-n 3 $20 (pcr month, simti t
tho maximum, $35.' The minimum L
for men la ?25 and tho maximum,
$40. The , maximum will bo paid at
tho end of two years' service,' . iVf
Tetter, Jtilt' IKtum mi
Eczema ' -
These are diseases for wtleU
Ohamherlalii's Salyo t Ja ,. eBpecf illy
valuable It quickly- l)ayB tyfltj'.ch.
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