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SOME COLD WINTErto.
A. Few of the Winter Thai Were
Colder Tbaa We are Now Ki
perlenclnK. In the year 401 the Black Sea wa
frozen over for twenty days, and men
grossed from Asia Minor to the
In 764 the Black Sea was frozen
to a distance of fifty miles from shore.
The Hellespont and Dardanelles were
frozen, and the Sea of Marmoraa was
passable for cavalry.
In 1063 the River Thames was frozen
Cver for furteen weeks. All the rivers
Of the Continent were frozen, and even
South of the Alps the Po and many
Other streams were blocked with ice.
In 1294 the Cattegat was covered
with ice 7 feet thick. Batteries of
artillery were moved to an fro on the
In 1323 the Baltic Sea was frozen
ver, and during three months travel
ers passed from the Continent to
Sweden on the ice. Heavy wagon
trains were substituted for the trading
In 1433 the Thames and all other
rivers of England and Scotland froze
Over; the Seine, Rhine and Danube
were closed to navigation early in
December. The Dardanelles and Hel
lespont froze, as did many bays and
taleis of the .NijdiUrraneaa. Ico form-
Od in Algiers, and the Strait of Gibral
tar was almost impassable from drift
In 14t5i) the Baltic again froze over
so as to jiermit travel on the ice. In
Germany deei- sought the towns for
refuge from wolves. Packs of woIvls
Came into the cities aud attacked the
people in tne sUvcts.
In loll tao cola was so severe in
Holland that wine was cut in blocks
aud sold by weigui.
In 1.VJ4 all tao rive.'d of North Eu
rope were froea Ojioim t iristinas.
Thj CiUegat ieo.j, tjgotaji' vvica a
large pai l of tuo ii.wi.o. 'I'ue sea at
Veuice froze to that during three
weeks no boats could bo used. The
Tiber froze at Koine and men crossea
it on the ice, a tniiig never beiore
known nor since.
In lti8 the bays and inlets of North
Europe froze over early in December.
Charles X. of Suedcu crossed tin
Strait to Denmark with his wnoie
army, including tne artillery, baggage
and provision trains.
In 1648 the Thaaus was covei-ed with
ice over a loot nnck. iiooLhs were
erected for a fair, wuicj was naid on
the river. Coaches plied to and fro
on the ice as on dry land. All the
French ports were closed for three or
four weeks, the harbors being frozen
In 1691 the cold was so severe lu
Eastern Europe that packs of starving
wolves entered leuua and attacked
men and women m the streets. All
the canals of Veuice were frozen, and
the principal mouth of the Niie was
blocked with floating icj for a weerf.
In 174'J the Tnaniis was frozen for
eleven weeks. - Forest birds almost aii
perished, and trees were split by th
frost. The harbor of Barcelona froze
over, and navigation was. suspended
in the Greek Archipelago on account
of the danger from floating ice.
The winter of 1812-13 was one of the
hardest ever known in Europe. The
Thames froze from the source to the
sea, the Seine, the Rhine, the Danube,
the Po and the Gaudalquiver were all
covered with ice. The Baltic froze for
many miles from land, and the Ikager-
ack and the Cattegat were both frozen
over. Adriatic at Venice was frozen,
so was the Sea of Marmora, while the
Hellenspont and the Dardanelles went
blocked with ice and the archipelgo
was impassable. The Tiber was light
ly coated, and the Straits of Messina
were covered with ice. Snow fell all
over North Africa, and drift ice ap
peared in the Nile. This was the win
ter of Napoleon's retreat from Mos
cow, when 40,000 men perished, mostly
of cold and hunger. The men froze to
death in battalions, and no horses
were left either for the artillery or
cavalry. Quicksilver froze this win
ter. In 1849 the cold in Sweden, Norway
and Russia was so severe that great
numbers of persons were frozen to
death in all those countries.
In 1863-4 a severe cold wave swept
over the whole of North America. The
thermometer went to 60 below zero in
the Northwest. The Mississippi River
was blocked with ice in a single night,
and in twelve hours froze from St.
Paul to Cairo.
Come Mettle Up.
I would respectfully request all those
knowing themselves indepted to me
that the time of year for settlement has
arrived. I have accomodated many
of you at a time when you were in
need and when no one else would ac
comodate you. Now you can confer
a great favor on me in return by call
ing and settling up. I need the money
that is due me and I must have it, so
come along and settle up and save
yourselves trouble and cost.
Cockney Attendant "Ob tUe Uoor"
Make K Pleasant for Visitor.
A noticeable featu i e of the Anglo
mania which prevails in some parts of
Chicago is the employment of cockney
attendants by some of the clubs, says
the Chicago Tribune. They manage
to surround the admission of an unin
troduced stranger to the club precincts
with an amount of ceremony that would
suffice for the vestibule of the Grand
Llama. A gentleman from Boston
called to see a friend, who is a mem-
bar of one of the swell establishments.
'Is Mr, F in?" he asked .of the
brass buttoned flunkey who sat in an
elaborately-upholstered chair near the
"Hi cawn't say, sir."
'Can't you find out?"
"Hi was not "ired to make hinquiries
hove the sort."
"Can I go up-stairs and find out for
"My horders is, see that no stran
gers goes hup-stairs."
"Has the club any superintendent?"
"Hit 'as, but 'e's hout."
"Well, .what does a stranger do who
wants to see a member?"
"E waits until a member of the'ouse
committee comes or 'e calls again."
'Perhaps you'd condesend to take
my card and give it to Mr. F. when
you see him?"
"Hit's not my placa. Hi'm not con
descendin' to nothink."
Whereby the exasperated caller
maJe his linal appeal.
"Can I sit on the curbstone outside
and rest myself?"
"You caa hask thi porter; e's a
good'arted chap, an' perhaps there'll
be no hobjection."
A Mranjje Tangle.
A marriage occurred out in Clinton,
la., the other day, which has caused a
strangefamily tangle. The contracting
parties were Mrs. Eunice Ilolcomb,
aged 74 years, and A. Hollenbeck,
aged 78. This was the woman's sixth
matrimonial venture, and she had
been divorced from her fifth husband
only about two weeks. The tangle,
however, comes in through ono David
Like, who is the bride's step-father
and the gnoom's son-in-law. Thus
the bride b;comes a mother-in-law of
her own step-father, and step-mother
of her own step-mother. The groom,
on theolherhaad, becomes step-son-in-law
of his son-in-law. The singular
complications apply to other members
of the family, and they now intend to
relieve the monotony of the long win
ter evenings by trying to figure out
just how they are related to one an
other. Tue Norm u itiuif.
The action of the Democrats of the
State Senate in their attempting
to abolish tho State Normal
Schools is only a bluff to head
on the proposed establishment of
more Normal schools. There are a
few Democratic Senators who would
like to see the Normal schools abolish
ed. The Democratic party as a party
is not in favor of educating the people,
and tiiese Senators who are fighting
the) Nor.nal scuools are loyal to th nr
party. Tae Normal schools are doing a
grand work for Missouri, and while
tho Republicans are in power they can
never bo abolished. Education means
Republicanism and Republicanism
means honest government and pros
perity for the country. Missouri is
rodoemod from Bourbonism and here
Normal schools are here to stay.
A Noted French, t'liemlst.
Has combined tho valuable quali
ties of Cotton Root, Tansy and Penne-
royal and as a result the famous
Mon-a-mi Tablets are offered the ladies
of America. It is the only remedy
which affords at the same time a safe,
sure and speedy relief to ladies tor
suppressed and painful menstration
acting in from 24 to 36 hours. These
Tablets are especially recommended to
married ladies who desire a certain
monthly medicine doing away with
annoyance and I ret. iney are a cer
tain preventive for all monthly irregu
larties. Thousands of French ladies
use them regularly. These Tablets are
compounded by a Chemist thereby in
suring perfect safety. Sold under a
written guarantee. $100 offered for a
single failure. Price reduced from $5
to $2; sent postpaid (securely sealed)
to any address. Send 4 stamps for
guide to women.
The Monami Chemical Co.,
Sold by Druggists.
Any reader of this paper can get the
St. Louis Globe-Democrat absolutely
free for three months. Read the offer
in this issue and take advantage of it
at once. The Weekly Globe-Democrat
is issued in Semi-Weekly sections,
eight pages each Tuesday and Friday,
sixteen every week, making it prac
tically a Semi-Weekly paper, yet the
price is only one dollar a year. In
politics, it is strictly Republican, but
it gives all the news, and is absolutely
indispensable to the farmer, merchant,
or professional man who has not the
time to read a large daily paper, and
yet desires to keep promptly and thor
oughly posted. Sample Copies will
be sent free on appplication to
GLOBE rTUNTINU (JO.,
St Louis, Mo.
An attempt to indict C P. Hunting
ton will be made at San Francisco. -It
li believed the Michigan legis
lature will pass a measure restoring
the death penalty for murder.
Bank clearings of the leading United
States cities show a total increase of
11.9 per cent for last week.
In committee of the whole the House
voted to place individual clerks of
members on the annual salary rolL
Isaac W. Baldwin, of Dubuque, a
member of the Iowa senate and editor
of the Cascade Pioneer, is dead.
Queen Liliuokalani has formerly ab
dicated the throne of Hawaii in favor
of the republic, and seeks mercy.
By a vote of 36 to 25 the Senate de
cided to lay a cable to Hawaii and
appropriated $500,000 to begin the
The Democratic majority in the
Senate has been eliminated by the
entrance of Clarence D. Clark, of
Two women were arrested in Chica
go on a charge of simulating injuries
and swindling railroad companies.
Two cigarmakers of Huntington,
Ind., started for a sleighride and were
found several hours later fatally
George W. Van Home, editor of
the News-Tribune and postmaster of
Muscatine, Iowa, is dead, aged 61
James Robinson Boise, professor
emeritus of Greek at the University of
Chicago, is dead at tho age of 80.
O.tumway, Iowa, is in darkness,
fish having crippled the waterworks
system by forcing their way into the
A measure forbidding state, county
or city officials to accept railroad
passess, was killed by the Indiana
President Cleveland, as arbitrator
between Brazil and Argentina, award
ed the Missiories territory to the
Great damage was done by the storm
on Chesapeake Bay. Many oyster
boats were wrecked and loss of life is
China telegraphed to her peace en
voys full powers to act in tho negotia
tions with Japan for a settlement of the
Dun's review of trade says the com
mercial world is expecting the sale of
bonds to greatly improve trade condi
tions. In the Illinois legislature a bill has
bejn introduced to force the Illinois
Central railraid to sell 150,000 acres of
Psychical society of St. Joe, Mo.,
hypnotized Mrs. Ella Churchill's son
several times. Result, he is losing
Thomas Jeffries, while returning to
his home three milles from Joliet, 111..
was frozen to deatn sitting in nis
Owing to the intense anti-foreign
feeling in the Shan Tung Peninsula,
American missionairies are fleeing for
A tidal wave swept the North At
lantic coast Ihursday carrying away
hundreds of houses and causing great
loss of life.
Knights of Pythias have decided to
to build a sanitoriuin for members at
Hot Springs, Ark., which will cost
United States officers have discovered
i that Italians have Hooded the coke re
gions of Pednsylvania with bogus
Employes of the late Pacific bank,
San Francisco, testify to the crooked
ness of 11. H. .McDonald, jr., and his
Running short of coal, the steamer
Maverick abandoned her barge with
its crew of ten men and made Bayonne
Judge Toney, Louisville Law and
Equity court, decides that directors
are not responsible for losses sustain
ed by a bank.
Republican leaders in the West talk
of making Hawaiian annexation the
leading issue in the next Presidential
Millions of dollars worth of orange
and other fruit trees have been de
stroyed in Florida by the intensely
John S. Stevens, of Peoria, attorney
for the whisky trust, says the members,
with one exception, are brokers and
By claiming that he is suffering from
hereditary insanity the defense in the
Hay ward trial hope to discredit Adry 's
H. B. Rowlson, formerly of the
Michigan legislature, died of heart
disease at Mobile, Ala., where he was
spending the winter.
Over $1,200,000 in stakes and purses
will be distributed by Western and
Southern race tracks during the com
J. K. Cumberland, who killed two
men in Iowa and one in Kansas, was
hanged for the former crimes at Fort
Madison, Iowa. 1
Margaret Cook, who has just died in
Columbus, O., was the last of the pas
sengers on the trial trip on Robert
Consumers cf chewing tobacco vAo
Ae price daged for the ordtnanj
trade tobaccos, will find this
brand superior to all others-
To all persons concerned : Take notice that
the uiniersiirued guardian of the person a. d
curator of the estate of Albeit .1 . K-e, a minor,
will at the next regular term ol the Probate
t onri of Cape (jirardenu lou ty, Missouri, to
be begun a.id held at the Court House in the
citj ol Jackson, Mo , on Monday, February
llth, lttt. apply to said Court lor .eae to re
siitii my office as guardian a d ruratnr or said
- ru tll Lil U L'llLUIVn
in i i u i . vimii.-. ' " iji'i.ni.i i'.
janiiin.'u uuardiau aud Curator.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTloK. Notice is
hereby given that letter of administration
upon the estate ol Christit.o Weissiin;i-r, de
ceased, have been grafted to the u..denig ed
by the Cane Girardeau Court of Common Pleas
ul Cape Girardeau Cnuuty . Missouri, bearii.g
date the lull ila of December, itCrt
All persons havi.ig claims ajramst said estate
are ictiuired to exhibit thi-ui t lum lor allow
ance, within o.ie Year from the date ol said
leiters, or they ina be precluded Irom a..y
be elil of euch ertate; a. d if raid claim bona
exhibucd vulhin two year?. Irom the dute nf the
publication of this notice, thev will be forever
barred. PAL L H. W I1NKK.
ja.iltfi.oCM A'lmi' ibtralor
VDMISI-TKVTOK'S N. TICK. Notice is
hereby given that letters of admiuibtraion
opoi lliee&tate of w illiam l.ohkainp, deceased,
liava been ura- ted to the undersigned by the
clerk of the i ape irardean fjinrl of Common
riea., or Cape Oirameau cou:.tv. .Missouri,
bearii g date Hie llth day ol December. I!H
All uerso s haviigclaims a-ainxt said estate
ar.- required to exhibit them to liim tor allfw
ance. withi.i one Year from the date of said
letters, or they may be precluded from auy
henelit of surh .-state; a d it said cluims be i-ot
exhibited within two ear from the late of .he
ublica io.. of this notice, they w ill he forever
arred. llt.MCV c 1IAKTEI.S,
A lM NWTKATOK' NOTICE Notice is
'a herebv ifiven that letters of administratior
with the will annexed upon the estate of I-ouisa
Boh. .sack, deceased, have been KTa. ted to the
n.-derKitfiifd by the Cape Girardeau Court of
Common fleas 01 cape diranleau coitty, Mis
souri, bearing date the Mb day of Ja.iuary,
.Ml persons having claims against said estate
are reouind to exhibit them to him for aliow-
a ce. within one Year Irom the date of said
letters, or they may be precluded from anv
bei.erli of inch estate: aid if said claims be not
exhibited rtilhiii two years Irom the date cf the
publication ol this i "lice, they will be torever
narreii niu.i.in n nuir.it.
iaiu .o.'C! Admii-istrator with will am exed
IINAL SKTTI.r.MKNT. Notice is hereby
given to all creditor; and others interested
In the estate of Kl jah Kinder, deceased, that
the u deisigned administrator with will annex
ed of said es.ate intends to make linal settle
ment thereof at the next term of the Probate
Court o. Cape Uirardeao Con .ty, Missouri, to
be held at the court house in the citv of Jackson
on axonaay, reoruarv iim, ibs.i.
jaillVlli II Kit A e.txlI!.K..
Administrator with will annexed
TLMNAL. SETTLEMENT. Notice U heieby
iriven to all creditors and others interested
In the estate of l.lizsbeth McDaniels, deceased
that the nieiersigued late public a ministrator.
and as surh having charge ol saiu estate intends
to Biake ni si settlement thereoi at the next
term ol the Probate Court of Cane Girardeau
County. Missonii, to be held at the court house
In the city of Jackson on Monday, rebruary
ANDK-W II. SCIILUETER,
janlDnXi Late Publ-c Administrator
Annual Meeting of Stockholders.
I he annual meeting of Stockholders of the
Pemiscott Hail roan Company for the election
of Directors and transaction of such other
business as may come before the meeting will
beheld at the otBce of the Company In the city
of Cane Girardeau, on Monday, the 4th day oi
March, l-U"., at the hour of nine o'clock in the
forenoon. LOUIS B. IIOI.CK.
E. F. l.uiwirvEK, Sec'y President.
Cape Girardeau, Mo. Feb. 14, 18M5.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the
Stockholders of the. -it Louis, Kennett A South
ern Itailroad Company will be held at the ortice
of the said Company in the City of Cape Girar-
aeau. on saturuav April tne i;un, i."u, iobud
mit to the Stockholders of the said Company
whether or not contract entered into by this
Company with the Pemiscot Railroad Company
to consolidate their respective lines of railroad
shall be ratiiied, approved and confirmed, and
whether or not this Company shall accept the
provisions or Section Article z. Chapter
ii of the devised .Statutes of Missouri 1.-W9 as in
that behalf provided and to transact such other
business as may come beiore said Stockholders
and be presented to tne same lor consideration.
uiuis itoucn., i-resiuent
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the
Stockholders of the Pemiscot Railroad Compan y
will be held at the office of the said Company
in tne cuv oi t;ape uiraraeau, on sa.nraay,
April the 13th. ISM.". to submit to the Stock
holders of the said Company whether or not
eoutract entered into by tnis lonipany with
the St. Louis. Kennett A Southern Railroad
Company to consolidate their respective lines
of railroad shall be ratified approved and con-
Ormed, and whether or not this Company shall
accent the provisions of Section 2567. Article 2.
Chapter 42 of the Revised Statute of Missouri
lues ss in tnat oenair provided, ana to transact
such other business aa may come before said
Stockholders and be presented to the same for
consideration. iajuiob. huuis,
J, E. FRAXKLIKs Pres. JOSEPH KDEHLER. Casbler.
WJ. MILLER. Vice-Pres. 0. B. SEIBERT, A't Cash.
ap? (irardi?au o uijty
Capital Stock, 50X00
A vena-rat hsnkinr business transacted. Ac
counts or fanners, merchants and stock dealers
Dl ""ECTOS: Franklin, T. 1 Bast,
. C. Clinnard. T. Tiedemann. W. H. Miller.
C. Kerstoer. Peter Powell .
flVss Qfynstirje Ueeler,
Slcno.rap!.er and Typewriter
Prepared to do work oa skort notice.
Cape City Roller Hills.
Latest Improved Roller Process.
Having-adopted the IMIer Proeest, we an
mw prepared to make Hour of the lint aTadea.
trial ol onr Holler Procese Floor will eon-
I - wo that it is the best Floor made. Give
STEIN BROS.. Pro'p.
Broadway, Cape Girardeau, Mo.
C. LINDEMANN 4 SON.
OF ALL KINDS.
White and yellow pine, poplar, cypress
(torn, waluat, ash ai d cheer
and ceiliim all grades. Fi ishlng lumber.
laths, shingles, moulaii.rs, window and door
caseing. Window and door frames, all sizes
made to order on short notice. Delivery auy
v. here inside of city limits.
Spanish St., Cape Girardeau, Mo.
G. W. TRAVIS.
THE : DENTIST.
Practices dentistry in all it.
branches Kates reasonable. All
work done io the best maimer aud
guaranteed. No extra charres
after themork is complt ted.
REFERENCE: To the people whom I have
lived among ami practiced for over twenty-three
vears Office at the old stand la the Kodney
Cor. Main and Broadway.
St. Qharles Saloon.
HE iM .
HEN .ECK.K, Pro'p.
Under St. Charles Hotel.
The best of winea. Honors and cigars always
on nana, soie ageut tor tne ceieuratea
The best whiskey In the world, and so pro
nou eed by all coroietent judges of good liquor.
rresn Deer on tap all tne time
W. L. Dcuclas
JO O UfM7 IS THE BEST.
Ana outer (pecuuuea lor
Gentlemen, Ladiea, Boys
and nines are the
Best in the World.
See descriptive advertise
ment which appears In this
Take bo Substitute.
Insist en having W. 1m
with name and price
stamped on bottom. Sold by
Soid by Doyle iius
Big B&rgai.vs at;
H A. jLEHER s
House-'. in'-Sou'theast''' Missouri,
ROOFING & GUTTERING.
Broadway, Cape Girardeau.
JOHN L. WJLLSR.
DEALER IN PINK BRANDS OF
Uir;e$ aijd Qigars
The finest saloon In the city -pecial ntten
fiven to the jug trade. Fresh Cape beer al ."ays
J. II. MoaiusoK. Sam F. Davis
MORRISON & DAVIS,
LOAN AND COLLECTING AGENCY
Bonses. lota and farms for sale. Rents col
lected and abstracts furnished. Officeon Span
ish stnwt. Cape Girardean. Mo.
J COLLARS. t
And all other kind of collars, harness, sad-
pies and bridles. All work fully guaranteed.
Also dealer in BUGGIES, CARTS, Koad wag
ons and all kind of vehicles.
Cor. Broadway and Spripg Sts.
Santos, Rio De Janeiro, Chicago, Boston,
New York. St. Louis.
COFFEES. TEAS 9L SPICES.
Coffee Rosters and Spice Grinders. Largest
Importer in the West. Imported last year
suo.vuu Dags or 40,000,000 ponnaa 01 eonee.
411-4.12 8outh 7th Strut,
ST. LOUIS. MO.
G. R. TJLRICH, Traveling Salesman.
i5tbD.y.4 0f Me.
inc untsi 30th
prodneee the above results In SO days- It arts
poarerraily and quickly. Cures whan all others rail
Yonna men will recatn their lost manhood, and old
men will recover their youthful via or by ostat
kitito. It quickly sad surely restores Nervous.
Bess. Lost Vitality. Imaotsaer. Nisbtlr Emissions.
Lost Power, Failing Memory. WssUnsr Disrates, sad
all effects at sett-abase or eieess sad indiscretion
which unfits one for snd. business or saarriase. It
not only cures by starting at the seat of iistsss. but
tssarsat serve testis) and hies si hedlder. briar
tnf hack the wisUt stow M neOe eheeks and re
storinc the Are at yaerth. It wards of Insanity
and Conaaaptioa. Insist oa bavins BKYIVOk no
other. It caa be carried ia vest -peckst. By mail
IIM per peeaaae. se sta tar MM.
I. Ben. Miller, Drufffist, Cape Girar
lilt a leelee Se eaava ear isJsm
iy. Oreaswtne. Addsesa
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
WUI practice la all the courts and attend to
all bus tne. s entreated to him
EDW. S. LILLY
Iron and Steel.
Iileeis, Etc., it
Ag-enta of the
HAZARD POWDER COMPANY.
Dealers supplied at Wholesale Price.
37 and 39 Main Street,
CAPE GIRARDEAU. Ma
The Most Kncceiwfnl Kemedy ever discov
ered, as it Is certain in lu entcta and does not
bll&ter. Read proof below.
KENDll'S SPAVIN CURE.
Tasmob, Ono, Jan. 10th, 1833.
Dr. B. J. Krtdau. Co.
Gents : I r-ave Leen nslns; your Prwvfn Cirra
with reirarl able success cn a Ring-bone of
Ions standing. It' a Bare rare. I tbiak.
ia almost every case. Your truly,
M. C KEV50LD3.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
St. Locn. Mo, April 2Tth, 189
Pa B. J. Kcrosu. Co.
Gents : I tried your "Kuroui's Sravrv Ctraa."
and It had the desired effect. I owl not nulta
ha:f a bottle of it. My bone had a Terrible
fcipraia on his leg. Respectfully ours.
LORF.NCE WILHELM, the Baker.
Price 1M per bott le.
sr. n. j. kknd.4T.Tj roM
Eaosbargk Falls, Vermont.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
THE MTXD POWER CURES.
Dr. Hamphrrvfi' Sped flrssresrlentlflcslly and
carefully prepared Kemedws. oid for yerrs In
private practice and for over tl.irty years I y the
people with entire success. Every single Specula
a special core for the disease named.
Taeycnre wlthon. drugging, purging or reducing
the.y.tem,and are miscisuloeiNiUaeeioveieigai
Rewcdiea of the Uorld.
1 Fevers, Congestions, Inflammationa. .2S
Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic... .23
3 -Teething; Colic. Crying;, akefulneat .'2i
4 Diarrhea, of Children or Adulta.. .5
8 Dysentery, Griping. Bilious Colic .'2i
-Chelern Herbas, Vomiting m .23
9- Ceaghs, Colds. Bronchltla. .23
8-Nearalgia, Toothache. Fsceache.... .23
-Ueadaches, Sick Headache. Vertigo. .23
16- Dyspepsia, BlUousneas. Constipation .23
II Happreaaed or Palafal Periods. .23
13-Wkites, Too ProtusB rertods. .23
13 Craap. Laryngitis Bosrsenete. .23
14 Salt Rheaaa, aj7Slpelaa, Eruptions. .23
13 Rhensaatism.or Rheumatic Pains.. .23
15 Malmria, Chills. Fever sad agon.... .23
17- Pilee, Blind cr Bleeding .23
18- Ophthalny, Son or Weak Kyea..... .23
19- Catnrrh, lnfloeeia. Cold la U Head .23
30 Wboeplag Ceagh .. .23
31 Astbssa, Oppreaed Breathing...... .S3
22- Kar Discharges. Impaired Hearing .23
23- Serorala. Enlarged Glands, swelling .23
24- General Debility, Physical Weakness .23
23 Dropsy, and Scanty Secretions .123
97-Kidney Dieemeee . .23
39-HoreUeath. or Canker .S3
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31-Palnfal Periods - .23
4 Diphtheria, Ulcerated Sore Throat.. .33
88 Nerrens Debility, 8emln.l Weak
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33-Dlseasesof the Heart. Palpitation l.O
33 Epilepsy, Spasms, at. Vitus" Sance...l.Ow
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