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THK' DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, ' NOVEMBER 27, 18S0.
Aatl the uhurI PorffatlvpH. Ik plaint to lake,
And will prfiVK M nn' tlm in'' r",',t nn-I ImiiiilfH
M,vntin ItXimutor an lranKr t hnl Im- yet
. bj mui.' i it Im iit'ii'' iii.t -M. h'i ':ntliiv
tln, llllion...', IIimIiiIms nf ail
ituiti'Urt iXfUiit'l Jrtwi nn uintmrtrt a'. itr of the imtnnt
ll tn lI)C'iii;ially ttlr V( eurntlrt rxtnnt, AVuj'l (!(
.1 Jit if. 111 : tiiii t mi yt'itiii'.' t iirfi' l.- '-ill, 1 f(,r,
' THonr-riii ir lawhyi: put up m
)Mlt-l till h,h only. I I K M MJl'UlU. AU VMiT
'titiL'triitt fur LifuiiiH,iv'lliiiiiitil-l, r.r i,.)m" the iio
I'lmloi, J, K. IIKTIKI(INi'rtNt
I 'm It '!n ', New lurk,
8-fore Puachas-nq ANY FORM or So-Caiied
Fnh'I, or Apt'lunc.' Tritrtt'tfhnr.iirfXrr lir"in':
H ..n;il Inlaws, . n l In Hi- lll.TIM. 11 h It
i.AI.VAMO I'D,, N.wY.il:, S. y., iminti, ., .r
l-an Kiwi'W.., CM., I r I l-ar v hnnphl'-l '"'
"Thi Klfelrir llrvH w," utj'l vhi will .livv tti'X, h'nltk
aint nt'mrv. Tin- I'. 1. ail-' tin- yilialirit 0 i.-li-Itmtr
Klf'trl': A'li.u.ci on i'i. Auit-rii'iui Obtim-uU
CONSU M 1TION, Co UG 1 1 S,
COLDS, ASTHMA, ( Iidt'I',
All diseases of the Tli-oat, Lung mi'l Pulmonary
L'SE ACCOHDINC '' OHMXTIONS.
Allen's Lung I;ils:un.
UAUTrn '"'Ill'itSW'rm.b.ni.M!! In,
Kv4. Uwlbl llc.
iwii, tit.. i,y uii'fi, 1 tiiml.. I'ri.
I'Mta't Im U bui , ol. tiwu, Nu,
-k w Otilflt sent frit- lo those Hhu wish t vil
li L. gage In I lie moNi pleasant and protltnlilc
m ''U"'I"-M' known, tv-ri thing m-w.
fl apital not required. W will fnrulsh
VJI ev.-rvtliS 11 j . JI'ih di.yainl upwards Is yet
n easily made without staying away from
home out night. No risk whatever. .Many new
worker wauled at unce. Many are mating fort
unes at the bustues. Laill.- iniike as much as
rnen.aud loutig lmya and L'ir! tnKc ,tc.H pay. No
one who l wllllnif to work fail to nrnke morn
money erery day than ran U' made In a vieek at any
oilier employment. 1 hone who entree at ou e
will And a nhort road to forlune, Adtlren 11.
HA I. LETT & CO.. I'ortlund Maine
MRS. LYDIA E. PiHKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
VEGETASLS COMPOUITD, .
Tlr T'o-ltiv Tnrn
For all Female Complaints.
Ttila iniaratlnn. u Ita name alirnlfle, oniltta pf
Veifetjitil ProiMTlie that are tiamdemi tu tlie mot del
irate Invalid. I'pon one trial the meriu of thla Com
pound "ill I" niconlil, a ri'Uef I. Immedlata i and
when lt unebenntlnut'd, In nlm-ty nlne ca' In a bun.
dred.apermajieiitcurelirlTtMictlatboQMnda will Ra
tify. On areouiit o( Its proven nierltJ, it l tJay r
eommcndrd and prraeribed by tho bent hytciaoi in
It will euro entirely the worrt form of falling
bf the olerua, Uucorrhoik, Irregular anil painful
Hrnirtruatlon,alKrarian Troublea, Inflammation and
tlceratlon, Floodlnpi, all M'placeroenta and the con
euent tplnal wrakneaa, and la epclally adapted to
the Chamre of Ufe. It will dlol and pi'l tumora
from the utcnu in an early irtatre of development. The
t nd-nry to eancerou liumora there 1 checked very
predlly by It uae.
In fart It haa proved to be the (Treat
ttt and beat remedy that haa ever been discover
ed. It permeatee every portion of the ayatem, and give
new llfeand vigor. It removes fnintnem. flatulency, d
Kroys alleravlng for etimulauta, and rclievea weakneai
tit the itomax b
curea nioatlng, Ileadaehea, Kerrona rmatration,
General Debility, Sleeplenneaa, Deprenion and Imll
gettlon. That feeling of bearing down, cautlng pain,
weight and backache, In alwaya permanently cured by
luuie. Hwlllat allttinrif, and under all cimimitan
ee, act In harmony with the law that goverue the
For KldneyComplalntu of cither a i thla compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Ik prepared at 233 and ZSi TVeetorn Avenue. Lynn. Mara,
nice 11.00. Blx bottlea for i.oo. Sent by mail In the
form of pill', aim In the form of Lonnirea, on receipt
f price, l.0O, )ier box, for either. Mra. TINKUAM
freely annwera all lettera of Inq-Ury. Beml for ium
phlefc Add roan aa above .VciiNcm tho ixier.
No family nbould be without LYPIA E. I'INKIIAM'
UVIt TILLS. They cure Conciliation, BUluuaneat
andTorpldlty of the Liver. 23 ccnta per box.
KICIIAUDSON ii CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Wholemile hlvuIk for LYDIA K. I'INKIIAM'8
Imuile from A flinplo Troplilral Leaf of liars
f altio and la a P081TI VK Kunuuly for all tlie tlln-
that caiwotiiilua in the lower part of tlie
kotly fur torpid Liver Htniilftchci .Innntlicv
Dtzstnvnia, Uruvol, Malaria, and all other dllllcullloa
f tho Kldncya. Liver and Urinary Orunna, For
Putnalt) DiHuanua. Monthly MciiKtruatloiia, and (In
rlriK I'mBiianflv, it haa no equal. It rcaton.-a tlio
tirgan" thitt mnko the Mood, ami hence a tlin heat
Blood Pnrlfyur. It la tbnonlr known n medy Hint
enrealli'ltilit'a Plaeave, For 'DIbeUa, uaa War
ar'a Hare Dlahntep Cnre.
for aale by Druifitlata and all (lealeri at t.!!5 per
tile. Larueat boMlea in tba nmrki't. Try It.
U. II. WAKNKK A CO., Kucheiter, N. Y.
THE DAILY IHJTiLEHN.
SKWS IN A NUTSHELL.
VAUIOl'H ITK.MS OK INTICHIiKT, KltC.M DONOOI.A,
CONSDICNritlJ KOll THK ltKADKUH nKTIIK
Do.miola, Nimnilier 20, 1880.
Sinco tlio tluclioii, iimiti.'i8 and tilings
llUVU HilllllKTCll down to It Cnllllll'IIIHL'tHU
Htiiii(l-)iiint For one, wo must nay wo
fed very tlmnkt'til, nl lieiny on tlio nuln of
tlio victors in tlio buttle, wo cuiktiIij to
lining r.oinowliitt like tlio old I nly who,
when told tlio cow had outim tho grind
Hione snid, ''There, now, I told you so," Tho
Htock law in Union county was vetoed by
nearly two thousand majority. Tho farm
ers seem to bo fontent to goon in tho
fo'ili.-Ji business of MUitndeiinj,' their hard
earned money in' building fences to keep
almost worthless fctock oil' their ynuu fields.
Towimliij) orj,':ini.atif;n wm ulu knocked
Iii'lier 1 1 1 fan a kite. This, jierliapH, was all
rik'lit, hr lutd it canie'd and each township
formed a rin;,'of sapjiern uinl miuets sindlur
to Hou ton ' "Joni.'hboro rin;," tlio tmi-ity,
in a very short time, would have been bank
rupt. The pioposition to levy 2.j cuts ad
dilional tax wa.s also Ic.illy beaten, 'lhoinas
said, boys, don't do it, and th'-y did'nt.
Winter put in his visit, at least three
weeks ahead of time, so that late potatoes
aro mostly in tho yiotind. and whether they
will be taken out or not this winter, is a
doubtful matter to decide. Wliut few huve
been gathered in did not turn out well, so
tho prospect for liiih jirices for potatoes is
said to be good. Sweet potatoes have been
chilled and ruined by the carload.
Having been asked by " to toll of
some of Dongola's redeeming qualities, we
proceed to do so: Dongola has two good
church edifices, in which four denomina
tions of Christians regularly worship. She
has a school house, second to none in lower
Egypt, "in which nine months' of teaching
goes off every year." Then comes her three
first-class flouring mills, and niany other
redeeming qualities, that for brevity, we
will leave unnoticed. Her roughs are
diminished, and since her "son of a b on
wheels" got his linchpins taken out, and
his wheels roiled from under him, his
backers and those who made up money to
pay his tines, have come to time, and we
hear of no more ku kluxing.
Times were never better. Everyone has
plenty and to spare, and all our business
men are prospering. Mrs. I). Greene, write to
The Iki.i.KTiN. We wish to hear from
all points of tho compass. So come for
ward, ye writers for The Hii.i.ktin, and
give us all the neighborhood news.
The Dongola correspondent for the
Ar''us Jourual ran for tlie office of
J. P. lie cot badly scooped
"Too bad, ain't itf" for a newspaper corres
pondent to get beat tor so important an
E. Eddletnan & Sons arc buying live
hogs and shipping them to St. Louis. For
good hogs, 3?C per pound, is the price.
V. Neibauer's miil is full of wheat, and
Frank is still buying, at $1.00 perbuhel,
and running his mill day and night to
make room for coming-in wheat.
A colored boy bright mulatto was
killed by the cars, near Wetatig, on the
morning of the 21th inst. He was trying
to beat his way to Cairo, where he claimed
he had friends.
Thanksgiving passed off in Dongola
without any demonstration. 'We hear of
but few turkey roasts. There was no
church service at all.
The Dongola Good Templars and one of
their members have got crosswise, and have
commenced giving each other fits and affi
davits in the "Anna Advocate." If they
are a band of inebriates, we are sorry to see
it published in the county papers, and affi
davits put in to prove it. Better "rub out
and begin anew." Old Trim.
Itcliinif Pilos Symptoms and Cure.
Tiie symptoms are moisture, like pers
piration, intense- itching, increased by
scratching, very distressing, particularly at
night, as if pin worms were crawling in and
about tlie rectum ; tho private parts are
sometimes affected; if allowed to continue,
very serious results may follow. Dr.
Swayne's All-Healing Ointment is a pleas
ant sure cure. Also, for Tetter, Itch, Salt
Hheum, Scald Head, Erysipelas, Barber's
Itch, Blotches, all Scaly Crusty Cutaneous
Eruptions. Trice 50 cents, o boxes for f 1.23.
Sent by mail to any address on receipt of
price in currency or three cent postage
stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Swayne &
Son, 3110 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists in
Cairo and e'scwhere.
Swayne's Pills aro the best for all bil
ious disorders. They ward oft' Chills and
Geo. Mkkkditu, Jersey City, writes:
The Spring Blossom you sent mo has had
tho happiest effect on my daughter, her
headache and depression of spirits has van
ished. She is ngain able to go to school
and is as lively ns a cricket. I shall
certainly recommend it to all my friends.
Thomas Myehs, Bmcebridge, writes:
"Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil is tlie best med
icine I sell. It always gives satisfaction,
and in cases of coughs, colds, soro throat,
burns, &c, immediato relief has been re
ceived by those who uso it." Sold by Paul
Tub Voltaic Belt Co., Mausiiall,
Mich. "Will send their celebratod Electro
Voltaic Belts to the afllicted upon .10 days
trial, speedy cures guaranteed. They
mean what they say. Write to them with
out delay. '
Dr. Klino's Great Nervo Restorer is tho
ninrvel of the ago for all Nervo Diseases,
All fits stopped freo. Send to 1)31 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Peun.
Next to New York, Massachusetts has
more commercial travelers than any
other Statu In tho Union,
Tho Hungarian Sinto railways nro
In all 1,11'j.J miles in lcno-th, mid they
yield hii iiieomi! of uboul l per cent
jior annum on tlio capital invested in
Of Ids early experience, ft a journal
ist, Mr. Archibald Forbes says: "I was
Milium biiu -i.in..imw. iw hii
wits neiit. to Metz and the paper died
lost i'l,(M) and swore I'd liavo nothii
ninniiiir the Scotchman ut tho time. I
. ... . .1 ........ I! I I
nioro to do wilh running it newspaper.
That oath cost mo i'l.ooO a year. Ed
mund Yates, when ho started the
Woidii A'.VMi, wanted nie, to p in
and put in half, i'-'.IO. I wouldn't,
just on that neeoiint. To-day the
World pays Edmund Yates ',() u) a
year. It was su'-cessi'iil from the very
Very recent, volumes of court reports
brio;; now and eiiriotis illustrations of
tho waul of some uniform rule through
out the States as In what slmll be a
valid marriage ceremony. In Worces
ter, Mass., a couple ii-iinicd to marry
llicin-elvcs llfliT the fashion of
"Friends." The eerenic'iy occurred ut
tho cId-vc of a public religious meeling.
The preacher eutiie down fnnn the pul
pit and took his .stand in front of the
oews. The lady came 'forward from
lier seat and stood by his side. They
joined hands and declared that they
took each other for wifj and for hu.--liand,
respectively. The brido-groom
then offered prayer. Both intended a
lawful wedding. Much less than this
has been, in New York, declared a per
fect marriage. But when this couple
were prosecuted for living togeilier
without having been married,' the Su
preme Court said that, though they
might be excused for the past in view
of their ignorance and good intention,
yet they were mistaken in supposing
that their ceremony had any validity.
There is a special exception in ease of
persons conscientiously belonging to
the Society of Friend's; but all other
persons must, in Massachusetts, be
married by a minister or a magistrate.
A story from West Virginia shows
justice burles'iued; yet the decision was
probably unavoidable under the con
fused laws of the time. A senrnp was
placed upon trial for having married
Clara in West Virginia, while Fannie,
whom he had not long before married
in Wisconsin, was still living, and un
divorced. The two marriages were
proved easily enough, but defendants
counsel then offered to show that about
a year and a half before the man's mar
riage to Fannie he had. in Ohio, mar
ried Sarah, who was still living when
he afterward married Fannie, but w ho,
as soon as she. heard of this marriage,
procured a divorce. The lawyer ar
gued that his client wa.s never lawfully
married to Fannie, on account of the
previous marriage with Sarah, and that
Sarah's divorce set him at liberty to
marry Clara, as far as Sarah was con
cerned. And the court decided that
the defense was good. True, the mar
riage with Fannie was a bigamy: but
the court of West Virginia could not
take any notice of that, because it had
occurred in Wisconsin. Besides, it was
not the offense charged in the indict
ment, and the statute of limitations had
run, and the like. Upon technicalities
like these Lothario was set free.
Tennessee supplies a new instance of
the difficult v resiiectini "mixed mar-
ria"cs.'' Everyone knows that several
of the States have explicitly forbidden
these: in a few others they are distinct
ly permitted. There is no great diffi
culty in applying cither law when only
one State is involved. But in the Ten
nessee case and the same thing has
occurred in one or two previous instan
ces a white person and a negro wero
wedded in a State where such inter
marriage was allowed, but afterward
removed to Tennessee, where the law
sternly forbids it. The courts havo a
maxim that a marriage valid in the
State where it is made must bo sustained
everywhere. But the Tennessee court
refused to follow this rule. It said it
applies only when the imestinn is upon
the regularity of the ceremony. It
does not oblige one State to tolerate
.marriages between persons whom its
laws forbid to espouse each other in
any manner. The Supremo Court at
Washington is understood to havo a
cause on its docket involving much tho
eamc question. And a very vexatious
and perplexing question it is. 2?ew
It is moonlight on tho hill. From out
the trees a gentle zephyr creeps to rob
tlie hyacinth of its perfumed breath,
and adown the garden walk the whip
poorwill lends his monotone of sadness
to tho balmy night. Sleep, with brood
ing wings, siLs silent o'er the scene.
But hark! it is the tinkling guitar,
strummed by the lovely Augustus. He
comes. Beneath the vine-clad window
in the ghostly gloaming he pauses, and
up the llower-trellised wall no shoots a
melancholy tenor fraught with the pas
sionate inquiry, "Must I leave thee hero
alone?" No 'answer returns save tho
haunting echo and the low clicking of
a distant door. The scene changes.
It is tho back yard tableau. A white
robed old man bends over a chained
dog, and soothes his too eager spirit aa
he loosens tho collar. A low voice says
"S-cc-ceck him, Bull take a short cut
round tho rose-bush." And the old
man is alone. Tho clatter of a fallen
guitar conies from the front; a sound
like the rush of a stceple-chaso nearing
a hedgo is borne back, and neck and
neck two figures cross the picket fence
to disappear down the dim perspective
of the deserted street. Then the old
man meets Bull as ho returns on tho
outer wulk, and removes in a discour
aged manner a dark object from his
foaming mouth, whilo the animal re
tires tohis kemrel in silence. Tho door
opens and shuts on the white robed
form, and all is still again. But as he
gets in bed and shoves tho old lady's
feet out of tho warm place, ho mutters,
"Bull is gettiii' old, an' serenndea don't
pay divyuends liko they used to, but If
the business keeps up, I think you will
be justified in starlin' another patch
work quilt, Marin. Tho last follow left
"What sorter sample did you getP"
"Tolerable fair. There was a long
strip with a pistol-pocket hangin' to it,
andonegallus' buU'n." icw,Ua.,
m ( i MfMMI ttiar
'""imll .it,. Me Meat!
CWW'-'-zziriilPLES AND vmim:""" mvAicMvUiKT
Thu Anchor Line Steamer
aSi GOLD DUST.
JOHN Mi COIU), :
II EN BY DEITRICH, :
Will leave for Vlckeliuru on
Saturday Evening, Nov. 27.
At 5 o'clock without full,
r'ur freight or iiasfiie apply to No. 'i wliurf-
hout. TIlu'.S W. SHIELDS, (ien'l Aiieut.
QAIRO CITY FKIlllY CO.
Til It EE
On and after Monday. .1 nne Tth. and until lurther
notice tbeferrylioat will muke tripe aa follow:
LEAVER LEAVER LEAVE.
Fo.t Fourth at. Mlatouri Laud's. Kentucky Ld'g.
S:na. m. ustdi.in, a. m.
10:ita. in. Huso a. m. 11a.m.
2:iio p.m. 2 ::ii p. m. 3 p.m.
4:iO p.m. 4:1)0 p.m. 5;00p.m.
2 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 3 p. m
BOOTS AND snOES
Manufacturer and dealer in Cnatonvmade
BOOTS and SHOES.
Finest and Neatest
stock of Custom
Made Boots and
Shoes fen; Boys'and
Men's wear to he
found in the city.
No other shop can
compare with it.
JJ. B All work warranted, oiirt Repairing neatly
done oa ahoit notice.
VSrrlirii Betwosn Commercial arid
JmJl Ol., Waihltiston Ave.
Cairo - - Illinois.
OOTS AND SHOES.
All Sorts, Stylo and Si00 at
Manufacturer and dealer
In tho flncet Hand-Sewed and Pced Boots and
Shoei of all the latent Hylea. from tho bent
St. Louis and Boston
Manufacturer. Haa the large! and beat .elected
stock tu be found in the city for
JIcu's, Boys', Ladies' and Children's
wear, at the lowest possible price.. Always on hand
a complete stock of Kathcr and flndlnus.
No. 90 Commercial Ave. I . P !n Til
Bet. Fifth and Sixth StB. ( VilllU, JI1.
YOCUM & BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
OAIHO - ILLS
QAIRO ifc ST. LOUIS II. R.
H. "W. SMITHKItS, Iieoeiver.
SHORTEST SHOUT LINE BETWEEN
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Kxprca loaves Cairo R:45a.m.
Through Express arrives at K. St. Louis., B:0op.m.
Through Kxprusa loaves K, Ht. Louis,... :()0a,ra.
Through Expniaa arrives at Cairo 6:10 p.m.
Mnrphyshoroaccommodatlnnliiaves Cairo 1 :!I0 p.m.
Mil physboro Aco. arrlvoaat Murphysboro 1 :50 p.m.
Murphysboro Acc. leaves Murphysboro. .. 5:00a.m.
Murphvahoro Acc. arrive at Cairo 11 :i!(a.m.
The Cairo A Ht. Louis Kail Hosd la the only all
Ita! I Koiito between Cairo and Ht. Loula tinder one
management, therefore there are no doliiva at
way atatlon awaiting connections from other lines.
Close and sore connection at Ht. Lonll with other
Hues for North. East and West.
Acent. , Uoncrel AUnatfcr.
HIMNMi t tMtt
R C P
i)7uf I. THE OXLY Illl.
17 or more for bis eucri'ssful ini-lhoi of triuniin,
flict, may bo coriNiiii.-d ut hi o'llco. Kt. Louis, Mo., until tho vHith of December, after thut at hi. New
orkoftli:u. Olllco adilrv. in tho St. Loula city newHinncr.
Ir' fi.,".,,?0, iA",r,,'lr--'-r. Kent, fulon fo., Iowa, trc-ntnd by Ilr. 8horman at bis St. Louie
oniie, writes: '-1 Living uel your lOiptur.i treatment, aud havlnu been permanently cured, I have)
spoken highly of ita merits and recommend It to my friend."
j-r. nm-.nmi. i mo uiHcoverer oi tne only known cure ror Iiupttire by local external treatmcnl
.Voiiiiii is sale who has a lliititiire. no matter bow limlgiililcant he may consider It. for every i
has died from It once llHtteied himsulf thut itwas but a trilling ailment; and every man who r
fern from It and the injury of triiHHes, to such an extent that life has no enjoyments, onco regard
1 1 li ll'i ism li f yiii.i'iul utiiiiiiliiii 1. 1j a,, .a ,iii m. -i ... ... '
i)r. Nberman U ih illscnviirur ol the only known
unworthy sm-tdal attention. It la not a stand-still
and he I w ise who inkcs tho necessary steps to he
gloom conit'H upon him
I atienis irom abroad can recetvo treatment and leave for home snmo dav. During treatment any kind
ol active exercise or Utior can bo performed without Interfering w ith tho treatment, aud with safety
from the dangers of strangulated Itiiptitre HIS HOOK ON lit' ITU RE give, the most reliable)
prool irom (llsi lngiilnhcd professional g. ntl. meu. clergymen anil merchants of his successful practica
and popularity therefrom throughout this country aid tho West ludies. The afllicted should read it and
It Is illustrated wiih photographic llkones.ea of extremely bad case, before and after cure, and mailed
to those who send lOcents. .
'i:A Broadway, Cor. Murray Street. S. Y., and 4.JJ Milk Street, Boston.
Bewareof certain condilcnce men and Impostors who represent themselves as Dr. Sherman
WHAT THE PE0PIE SAY OP IT.
Oeo. Mutchlcr, Iarion, O., says: It beats
Daniel Hoffman, a farmer, near Marion,
W. N. Palmer, 149 Morgan street, Buffalo, N. Y., Says: My child was taken with
Cough, in its severest form, and Dr. Thomas'
I hegau giving it accoMinK to directions,
slept well the remainder ot the night. I
Sold by all Druggists.
Go to PAUL G. SCTIUII, Druggist,
Dyes. For brightness' and durability
pounds, price lo cents.
Cure Your Backache.
And all diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder and
L'riuary Orguus by wearing tho
Iniproyed Excelsior Kidney-Pad
It a MARVEL of HEALING and RELIEF
Simple, Sensible, Direct, Pain
It C'LTIJ F,S where all else fnlls. A REVELA
TION aud REVOLUTION in Medicine. Absorp
tion or direct application, as opposed 10 un
satisfactory Internal medicines. Send for our
treatise on Kidney troubles, sent free. Hold by
druggists, or sent by mall, on receipt of price, .'.
This i, the BATES & HAXLEY,
SWnSy 1UI Madison street,
Ask for it and CHICAGO, ILL.
Managers for the Northwest.
I EXCESSIVE ANXIETY, or TROLONCED
J STUDY, will produce lullrmlty In tho Nerv
ous System, In pro)iortUn aa tlio strength of the
svstem Is expended upon the mind iu troubled
thought, so are the organs wf digestion, assimuln
thm aud nutrition rendered Inactive and sluggish
In proportion as tho system becomes lullrm. Evi ry
Individual has Homo one organ thut Is weaker thau
the rest, and this l always the Orst to sutler during
nervous prostration; for example, allllctlug news
sometimes causes total suspension of the muscn
lur action of the heart, whun the patient It debil
itated, producing sudden hemorrhage and death.
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