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ILLINOIS CENTRAL B. R.
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Mall at ..... li:los. m Daily.
Krpreas at... -:Wp.ra "
Freight at SKXia. m... Except Sunday.
rreight at.- . s;"Up. in... '
AHUTI AT CAIRO
Mail at i:80a ra Iai1y.
Kxprc.s at... 1:S0 p. m...Elocpt Sunday.
FTeightat ....fiKip ni... " Bunday.
freight a. 12 '9 in... . " Bumlay.
JAME3 JOHNSON, Agent.
ST. L0UISJR0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.'
Kfprws Wtn Cairo daily 2: p. ra.
Kx press arrive at Cairo daily 4:'"la. m.
.Accommodation leaves Cairo daily 2:"0. m.
Accommodation arrive daily (except
Sunday) 11:") a. ra
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
TBS
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
!
We Have Come to Stay!'
THE train of thil comny connect at St.
Louis and Last St. Louis, with all other
Lne to the .rtb. Emit aud Weal.
TIME SCHEDULE
Imr Cairo .. ...
Arrive at St . Louis .
II :n a m
I.J'p.m.
LcrnT East St. Louis 8:t" a.m.
ArriTC at Cairo ... 4:4" p.m.
J. L. HINCKLEY, General Superintendent.
J. A. WTZ. General i'sjisengtr Agent.
JOHN HJt.uin, Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
TI1E SHOKTEST ROUTE TO
ETansrille, Indianapolis, Cincin
nati and Louisville,
RUNNING THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
;Tbe Shortest and Quickest Line to
Philadelphia, Baltimore and
New York,
Miking Close Connection with the '-Fast
Mail" to the East.
rDIAXAPOUS AJTO CLSC1XXATI tlrllcl.
Leaves Cairo &. a. tn
Arrive at carmi . .... . : "
Arrives at V in o tine li :ti "
vxa er. loch ajtd oitmsatiui aailvoad.
ArriTe at EraasTille 1:V p m.
TLA iDIAAPOUS AJD TIKCES.TEi RAILROAD.
Arrives st Indianapolis-.... ': p. m.
via unto ajso auaetssirpi BAH.R040
Arrives at North Vernon -
Am re. at Cincinnati .....
ArriTi at Luivilie
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Arrive at Vinoennea. .... -
Leave V incennes........ .....
Leave Evaiuviile
Arrive at Ijhtiu
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T. A. MILLER, H. L. MOaHILL,
Gen' I'w. Ag't General Sup' t
tJ"For inforiuatiun relative to murs airl con
nection, apply to L. li. t.Hl'KUi.
I'a. Aent.
122 UWLl JSluE'IAL J3WS.
TAKE HIE
THE ONLY DIUECT ROUTE TO
The Centennial
VIA
WASHINGTON CITY!
ttiJ Liae FvieKer are I.andee) at
4ntennial Ground, or at Hroad and i'ine
htreeu, iu vicinity l ttie lwlinir botfla In
Kiiia Jeljiliia, aa Uiey nuyprelir. Holder of
throat h ticket
CAN STOP OFT AT THE
NATIONAL CAPITAL.
Aadvuitthe Government huildint-", and the
n.aoy ob)eet of inlereu in aud about Wanhing
tonCity. 'traveler deskiiuK
A ly.di n.;t, ni C:ifriiV.i Trip,
Khould retiieiiiljer that th
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.,
I CelebraUMl fnrita
Xlejrant Coaohei.Splandid Hotel a. Grand
and JUauUful MoustaUn and Vallay
Soanery, mni the many polo t a of
Hi toric IaUiMt Aionr
iU Line.
re rill i.mr. u uw
ii Vj i&j Othtr Lint
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
Run Through
WITHOUT CHANGE
Retwn tlie
Iril mm id Eastern Ciiiei.
XiVR TURHUGII TICKETS. BAGGCAGE
J. t hwlii, MoveiiMit il Iraina, hleepiiic ( ar
AenoiuiuwUlion, A & ai.i.ly at Tiikct
jmoealalllTiucilll-ou.u.
NORTH, SOXTTH. EAST OR WEST.
E. U. DOKHKY,
Aaa't Geu'l Ticket Atrt
IIIOS.P. BAKUY,
VYeatera faat's'r Agt.
L. M. COLE,
Geu'l Ticket Ajrt.
THOS. It. KHAKI-,
Muter of Triuxp'n.
Rooomoro Hotel,
'utcUoa f Broadway, 7th Atwu aad
4p4 0lrt
OTE7 YOUK CITY,
'h,?.Bllk, we,t Onni Central Depot
Mar ine Eievated lUllroad, and tut .wen-
ty minute from Wall btreet. All modern
lIrvB4)U. Rate, f ,r dtJt Ub.
ral unnt tafamaUe. ' '
Of IMevaa Houae, Aliaii,
UareadoB Hotel, Saratoga. :.:aai.
ulletin.
THIS PAPVTR t) OX FILE WITH
Whti AdrerUalng ConlrmcU cao be made
THE DEMOORATIO
PLATFORM.
Official Text as Reported by tho
Committee.
Adtl at Ml. l.onln. June S, l7.
,kllMJ
Wo, the ili'legatpR of the democratic
party of the I'tiiied (Hater, in natloual con
vention n.-semblcd, do hereby ducUre tlie
ailminitiuiloii of tlie federal government
to be in ureiir. reed of Immediate reform;
do hereby er joiu upon tbu iioruinceg of thin
conventioL, und ol the ilemocratic parly in
e rh Mate, a xnnluiM eflort aud eo opera
tion to thin end, and do hereby apiietd to
our fellow-eiiizens of every former politiral
eonnectlon to tiuUortake Willi u tin 1 lirm l
an I most preying patriotic duty.
THK CMOS, 'I UK COXSTITL'TIO. Kil l BI.l-
C.N" SKI.K-iOVEKMKXT.
For the democracy of the whole country,
we do hereiy realHrm our luith ia the per
manence of the federal union: our devotion
ti the constitution or the United State,
within ainci.dnn'iits univerally accepted
as the final ten ement of the controveisief
that engendered civil war, and do here re
cord our tead!B!t cot.hMence in the perpe
tuity of reoub ican telt-KOvernment.
1UK FIRST CENTURY.
In absolute acquiescence in the will of
the majority the vital prioeiple ol repub
lics; in the supremacy tit the civil over the
military authority, in t je totii separation of
church and utate, tar the ake alike of civil
and relieiini freedom; in the equalit ol
all citizen before just law. of their own en
actment: in the liberty of individual con-
duet, uuvezed by sumptuary law; in the
faithful education of the rising generation,
that tney may preerve. enjoy aud transmit
the$e best condition i f human bappinc,
and hope we behold the noblest product ol
a hundred years ot cbangalul hi'-tory; but
w hile upholding tbe bond ol our union and
?reat charter ot these great right, i: be-
Hooves a free people to practi.-e uo that
eternal vigilance which U the price of
liberty.
REFORM COR RirTIOX CENTRALISM.
Ktform is nceetsary to build and establish
in the hearts ot the whole peoj Id the union,
eleven j ears ago happily rescued from the
danger of a tecefioo ol dates but now to
be aed from a corrupt centralism, whi .h,
after Inflicting upon ten Mates the rapacity
of cirpet-bag tyrannies, baa honey-combed
the ollieet ol the federal government itell
with inojpacity, waste and Iraud: infecteil
States and municipalities with the cont i
gion of misrule, and locked t.it the pros
perity ol an industrious people in the pa
ralysis of bard times.
REFORM OF THT! CI RRESC Y M'ECIE
PAYMENTS.
Kffvrm is necessity to establish a tound
currency, restore the public credit and
maintain the national honor. We denounce
tbe lailuro for all these eleven vear to
make good the promise of the legal tender
notes, which are a cuanging standard ol
valu in the hands ot the people, and the
non payment 01 wutcn is a dl.rKrd of the
plighted faith of the nation.
We denounce the Improvidence whl, h in
eleven years of peace Las taken from the
people, to ledcral taxes, thirteen times the
whole amount of tho legal teuder Dotes,
and sfjvundtred rout times this sum in Use
ie;s expeuse, v about accumulating any re
eerve tor their redemption. We denounce
the financial imbecility and immorality ot
tnt party which, during eleven yean, of
peace, has made no advance toward re
demption; tio preparation for resumption,
uui, uisieau, iiii ousiiu:ieu resumption by
wanting our resources and exhausting ail
o-r urplus income, and while annual!?
proles.sing to intend a peedy return to
pecia payment, has annua'ly enacted fresh
hindrances thereio as bucD a hindrance
wc denounce the r sumption clause of the
act of 1-jTO, and we demand itn repeal.
We demand a judicious system ot' pre
paration, by public economies, by ollicial
retrenchment, and by the finances, which
shall enable the nation soon to assure the
whole world of its petiect ability and Its
perfect readiness to meet any ot its prom
ises at the call of the creditor entitled to
payment.
We believe such a system, well devised,
and, above all, entrusted t- competent
haud for its executiou, treat ng at no time
an artificial scarcity ol currency, and at no
time alarming the public mind into a with,
drawal ot that vast machinery of credit by
which K'i per cent, ot all ourbusiues trans
action are performed: a svstem open to
the public and Inspiring general confidence,
would, from ihe day of its adopt-on, bring
besting on lu wing to all our harrassed in
dustries, set in motion the w heels of com
merce, manufactures and the me.-hanical
arts, restore employment to labor, and re
new in all in national sources the prosper
ity ot the people.
REFORM OF THE TARIFF FREE TRADE.
Jieorrn Is necessary iu the sum and mode
of federd taxation, to the end that capital
may be set free irom Ui.trut and Jab .r
lightly burdened. We denounce the pres.
tut tanfl levied upon nearly tour thousand
articles as a ma-t r piece of injustice, in
equality and false pretense. It yields a
owindling, not a yearly rising revenue. It
has impoverished mauy Industries to sub
sidize a few; it prohibit imports that might
purchase the products of American Ubors;
it has degraded American uommerce irom
the first to an Interior rank upon the hign
ea; it has cut down the sales of American
manufactures at home anl abroad, and de.
pleted tbe returns of American agriculture
an industry followed by halt our people. It
cosu the people live times more than It pro.
duces to the treasury; obstructs the process
of production, and wastes the truits ot la
bor: it promotes fraud, fosters smugirllnir
enriches di-houest official and bankrutA
honest miTi'tiam iv. j
revenue. UM u"UoB ,uu ufe ly tor
REFORM ECOKOMY IN PUBLIC EXPENSE.
Rtfurm is neces-ary in the scale of public
expense federal, feiate and municipal
Our federal tasatlon has swollen from sixty
R--Ui1r,oW' ln w ,our hundred and
fllty nilllioo. currency, in 1870. Ourapgre
g.te taxation. Irom one hundred and tifty.
four mil ions gold in iwiO, to seven hundred
and thirty millions currency i ImTo; or iu
nil. ..,. i,i.im I... i . .'. url
. ... v UCUtaUfl ma. Mil
T j . 'e-w iuau nve dollars oer
head to more Uiao eighteen dollars per head
Mnce the ieace the people have paid to
their tax-gatherers more than thrice the
sum ot the national delft, and more than
twice that sum lor the federal government
alone. W e demand a vigorous frugality in
every department, and from every nicer
ot the government.
HEFORM-I'l'BLIC LANDS TO ACTl'AL SET.
TLKRS.
litfurm t necessary to put a stop to the
profligate waste of the publie Uids and
Uieir diversion from aetual settler by the
.O.OOO acres upon railroads alone, and
n amount of mure than thrice that BKKre
gate, ha dUisnaed of leas Uiau a sixth d I
reoly to the Ullefs of the soil. U dl"
REFORM ADOlTXD CITIZENS, REJECTED
MONGOLS.
nef to correct the omiul.
slon of ref.ublican congress and tb i erro
of our treati. Bud our diprnmae," WhiJh
uiti . . nJr.el1 f 'crossing he At
ikil "UieM of AmerteaS citueui
PaHit1!? HOM.d our Li. there of the
soru tbe of -ol
sprung from the same great parent atock
VnC.V ,7 b' W.leP4 tllilesbip'
through osturallzuion, as belog neither act
enstemed to tbe trsxlltioas at a progressive
civilization, nor exercised In liberty under
equsl tsws. We denounce the poller w hlch
thus discards the liberty-loving German
and tolarntns the revival ef the coolie trade
In Mongol.an women, imported forlmmora.
Jmrposcs. and Mongolian men held to per
orm servile labor contracts.
TflK FALdR SECTARIAN IKSCK THE FALSI
KCTIONAL IKCE.
Jfrorm is necessary, and can never r i
fected on'y by making it tho controlling
issue ol ihe elections, and Jilting it above
the twoftJsc Issue with waluh the office
holding class and the p.irty in power seek
to smolder it.
'ir.-t- fhe fal.8 lue with which they
would cnkindl sectarian strife in respect
to the public schools, ot which tbe establish
mcnt nod support belong exclusively to
the several Slates, and which the demo
erotic party has cherished Irom their foun
dation, and is resolved to maintain, without
any partiality or preference for anv class,
sect or creed, and without contributing
from the treasury to any.
Second The false i-stte by which they
seek to light anew the dying embers of
sectional hate between kindred people once
unnaturally es ratiged, but now reunited
on one lndivis.ble republic and a common
destiny
REFORM 1 HE CIVIL SERVICE.
Rtform is necessary in the civil service;
experience proves that efficient, economic
al conduct of the governmental business is
not possii le It its civil service be subject to
cbnnge at every election, be a prize fought
lor at 'lie imi.'ot box, he a brier reward or
Party zeal, instead of uosts of honor, as
signed for proved competency and held tor
miciity in tlx- puiillc employ; that tbe dis
pensing of patronage shon.d neither he a
tax upon the time of nil our public men,
nor the instrument or their nmbitlon: here,
attain, profes ions tal itied in the preform.
ance, a test that the party In power ran
work out no practical or satisfactory
reform.
REFORM CORRI PTION OF niCFI PI BMC
OFFICERS.
Reform is necessary even more in the
higher grades of ihe public service. The
president, vice president, judges, senators.
reDresentative and cabinet officers and all
others in authority are tbe people's serv
ants; their offices arc not a private perqui
site -they are a public trust.
When the annals of this republic show
the disgrace and censure of a vice presi
dent; a late speaker of the house ol repre
sentatives marketing hi ntlini a a presid
ing officer; three senator profiting secretly
by their vote a law-makers; live chairmen
of tbe leading committees of the late bouse
of representatives exposed in jobbery: a
late secretary ot the treasury forging' bal
ances in public accounts; a late attorney
general misappropriating public hinds; a
secretary of the navy enriched or enriching
mends oy percentages leviea on the proofs
of contractors wi b his department: an
embassador to England censured in a dis-
nonorauie speculate: the president
private secretary barely escaping convic
tion upon trial for guilty complicity lu
frauds upon the revenue; a secretary ot
war impeached tor high crimes and misde
meanors, the demonstration is complete
that the first step in relonn must be the
peot le's choice of honest men from another
party, lest the dieae of one political or
ganization infect the body politic: and lest
by making no change of men or parties we
can get no cbaugo of measures and no real
reform.
RKFORM REFORM ItEFORM.
All these abuses, wrongs and crimes, tbe
product of sixteen year of the ascendancy
of the republican party, create a necessity
for reform, confessed by republicans them
selves, but their rcloriner are voted down
in convention and displaced from the
cabinet; tbe party's mass of honest voters
Is powerless to resist the eighty thousand
officeholders, its leaders and sruides.
Etfonn can only be had by a peaceful,
civic revolutiou. We demand a change ot
administration, a change of party, that we
may have a change of measures and oi men.
All for SI. 00.
Ten elennt fthe4 rtf Chni, M ualr cminM.1
tor the Piano forte will be sent by mail on re
ceipt ot one dollar, (post paid) or siug-le copies
at I V cent each.
They can also b ordered through any news
deals in Ihe lnl ted .'state.
Happier days instrumental Tom Itrowa
Why can 1 not Forget Clarible
FarO'er the Waves . Mayluth
High Life Waltz .... truuss
Down where the Vioiets Grow Western
When Old.Jn-kicjn hd hi !ay Westerne
The Grand Ol 1 Farm -..Itublee
'I he College Quickstep ... .-...StodilBrd
There's a Letter in the Cndie ....Coote
lioyou lteally Think he Didv
rtu'iici urtrr. iu iwii;. ? . llllcncOTK, I UD
lutier. V, 1 hir-1 A venue N. T. '-3-doru
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rpilL JiL'LLLTLN is published every morning
(except MonduY) la the Bulletin Building, cor
ner Washington avenue and TwelVth street.
Tux Blllstm is served to city subscribers by
faithful carriers at Twenty-rive Cents a Week,
payable Weekly. By Mail, (in advance), 10ptr
annum! six months, to; three months, j; one
month, II Si.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
Published every Thursday morning at II
pe: annum, invariably in advance. 1 he postags
on the Weekly will be prepaid at this offloe, so
that subscribers wil obtain for a subscription
rlns of 1 a year.
ADVERTISING BATES.
Business Cards, per annum,.
Ons square, one naertion, .
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One square, three weeks..
One sqm-e, one month,
WHIU,
One quai. one inertio, .......
Kach subsequent lusertijn,.
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WTo rexuiar d vertlsers we oaYr superior 1 J
dooemtttU, both as to rate ot charges and ma.,
ner of display uig their tivors . .
CJoaosaunUattena upon aubjeou of .n.
al UUreet to the publlo solicited.
KrAll Busibu Utters should be a4dra4 1
Cantos MletacHMB,(
The Gairo Bulletin
Job Printing
Blank Book
AND
Picture Framing Headquarter
WASHINGTON AVENUE,
Northwest Corner Twelfth Street, Bulletin
Building.
THE PRINTING OFFICE:
A Mot, G ,te JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT than
t!.: "Bulletin" Offiet in not in any of the. citir of the Miuiuijtpi lallry, out-
tide of St. Ismi. h it entitled to and Mould rev ive the tuyport of the riti.
zent of Cairo and all the country contignovt thereto.
LETTER HEADS,
BILL HEADS,
BILLS OF LADING,
BLANK BOOK HEADINGS,
BLA NKS 0 F A L L KINDS,
VISITING CARDS,
SMALL HAND BILLS,
MAMMOTH POSTERS,
PAMPHLETS, BOOKS,
Everything in the Printing Line, at the Very
lowest
Ord,rt u.i, nJdirurd to
Illinoit," trill fceiot prompt attention.
THE BOOK
Tlure it no kind of Binding required by thit community that cannot be
done at the Bulletin Cairo City Bindery in the Ixtt of ttyle and at the lowrtt
price.
If you have Pamphle.tt you wish to pretervr, mnd them to ut for binding
If you have Magaxiiut to be bound, tend them in.
If you have Mtttic to be bound, tnd it in.
If you have Blank Bonk, v ith or without printed hradingt, we can man
ufacture thrm for yov.
If yon have Ruling to he done,
thortett notice.
The Bindery it in charge of Mr. AMBROSE IF. PYA TT, a firtt-rate
workman, whose devotion to hit business and the promptmtt with which he
turns out tlie test of icvrk, entitle him to all the patronage that Cairo ha in the
line of Book Binding and Ruling.
THE PICTURE FRAMING DEPARTMENT:
Hating Pun Juiu J the Complete Stock of Mouldings and the Picture
Framing apparatus of the latefrm of Rockwell dr Co., xce are now prepared
to frame all kinds of Pictures, Manufacture Window Moulding and G,rnicit,
and do all kinds of work in this line.
If you have Chromes, bring them tout for mounting and framing.
If you have Pictures of any kind bring them to vs, and at a trifling ex.
pease we will make them ornament for your rooms and dwellings.
IGrOrdert addressed to L A. BURNETT, will be promptly attended to.
Patronize Home Enterprise ;
Give the Old Man and tho Young Man a Chance !
Establishment
Manufactory,
Tices.
"The (Xiiro Bulletin Company, Cairo,
BINDERY :
we ran do it in the Utt style on the
mm
Tbe qnlckeM, Unrest nnd henpeat
nrmeiur.
riivsicians recommend. nd Farrier declare
that no such remedies have ever before been in
use. Words are cheap, but the proprietors id
these article will present trial bottles to medical
men. gratis, a a guarnntes or whM they say.
THhCkM ALlt LINIMENT, Wima Wrap
per, will cure Itheumatitin, Neuralgia, Lum
bago. Sciatica, Caked Hreasts, hore Mpnles,
frosted Feet, Chilblan., swellings, Bprains,
and any ordinary
FI.ESM, HONK OR MIX t.S AILMKST.
We make no pretence that this artiele will
cure cancer, restore lust bones, or give health to
a whisky voaked rrrans, but it will always re
duce inllaiiuiialion and alluy (win.
ii win exirari ine Mison ol lutes anil stings,
and heal burn or scialil witiioI T scas. 1'alsy,
ea uara, laaeu uri-asta, r-aiwlie, toothache,
lU'h and lutnneoiis Eruption readily yield to
its treatment.
Henry lila. k. of A. la, Hardin Co., ).. suys :
" My wife has had rheuniatiMu for 11 v years
no rest, nn sleep could scarcely walk across the
floor, hhe i now cnnmleiele r.nred br the use
of Centaur Liniment. Wr all IVtH thankful to
you, and recommend your wonderful medicine
2 all our friends. "
.lame Hurd, of 7.anevil)e, Ohio, says: "The
Ceuiaur Liniment cured my Neurala-ia.1'
AUrad Tush, of Newark, write: "ScBilrse
one dozen bottles by express. The Liniment
ha saved my If sr. I want to distribute U. Ac."
The sale of thi Liniment ia increasing rap-
iiiy.
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
is for the tmiirh kln, fleah and muscles of
lions, MILE AMD AKIMALS.
W have never vet seen a rase of sw-avin
Sweeny, Kinx-ltone, Wind-Gall, Scratches, or
1'oil-t.vil, which this l.inimeiit would not
speolilr benettt. and ws never sw but a few
cases which it would not cure Ir Wn.t, 1 t as
when anrthinr can. It Is follv to "iiend for
a Farrier, when one dollar's worth of Centaur
Liniment willdo better. 1 hefidlowing Isa shiii-
pie ot ine testimony produced:
W. 1'. Hopkins, Votmstef , 1'iuua, O . say
,-tutaiir Liniment can't be t-t. It rum
every time. .
Yblveriosi. O.. March 2. 174
"Theteutnur iUuimeot are the lies! selling
medicines we have ever had. 1 Iw demand la
very groat for it, and we c2Bot afford to le
W'uioui II.
'I. II. HISF.l A SON
.IrrrensiiK, Mo., Nov. lv,lC3.
"Some time atfo I hipting hor.es to L
. . . . . i . . ' i i
liui. I goi odc iwiij riippicu iiiv rnr
With irreat diflicultv I irot turn to the stable
The slable kr jwr -ae me a Ixittle of your Leu
taur l.ioiiuent, wlilih I used wild such eur-ce-i
that in twodavs the horse was artivr aud nearly
well. I have lieeo a veterinary sorneon for
thirty years, nut your r Iniment heals anything
I nave ever uei.
"A. .1. M'CAUI V Veterinarv Sureeon '
For a posiutfi-i-. nnip we wiil mail a ( entjor
Miniauiso, coniaiiiiiiK liuuorefin 01 ivruurj.rr
1'roru every Mute iu the I nion. 1'hese l.ini
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Laboratory id J. It. UO-K AIM,
Wlt;v t., i Vvka.
I.
Oast or ia.
lr. Samuel Pitcher, of llyannis, Mass ., ei
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A a pleasant, eflertive, and perfectly isfe
lainaruc rtinisiy, ll is superior to lstor''ll
Cordials an 'i hyriips It doe not coutaiu sli.O'
hoi, aud is adapted to any sue.
liy nirulutuig the stomach and ljwrli rn
cross and sickly cbildnn, they lci e (tood
natureil and heallliy 1 hey can enjoy sleep, and
niothiTS havi rst The! nstoria is put up at the
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