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INVAKIABt.T IN DVAC.
All Communications should he addrmaed lo
H, A. BUKNBTT,
Publisher end I'mnrlmor.
Speculation in Trance.
People always hoar much of tho
launching' of mammoth bubble compa
uie and banks in France, and when
ever tho untri)rim;8 explodo after the
fashion of tho Union Gonuralo there is
no lack of publicity as to their fate. But
it in extremely doubtful whether the
French investor, in whose composition
economy in no happily supplemented by
credulity, loses ha much in the kravlu
which happen from time to time as ho
does by the slow and almost unnoticed
foundering of minor linancial argosies,
uo flown at
Whlln heaven in all trniKjiilllty.
An interesting illustration of this fact is
afforded by a recent auction sale ot
l'aris, when .3,000 shares in the Credit
de France, the wrier1 of which after
paying a tir.it installment of 250 francs,
plus tho premium, had declined to moot
tho second call of 250 francs. The
shares, on which nearly $'2,20,X) bad
boon paid, were put up at a franc a
piece, but no one would touch them.
Finally one daring speculator bid half a
franc per thousand shares for the lot,
and this was advanced till tho 43,06!)
shares were sold tnklor for 42 francs
say $8 40. Somebody is ll,POf).K)
francs poorer and richer by the tran
saction, which is quite worthy of that
enterprising country, where, when a
broker declined to fill his customer's
order for 10 share of a particular stock
on the ground that the eouipauy was a
swindle, the customer instantly tele
giaphd: "Thanks for your caution.
Since it is a swiudlc, but 50 shares
She said she wanted a ticket to New
York and return, and the pale, gentle
manly agent with the dark moustache
asked, as he took up the pasteboard,
"Single?""" "It ain't any of your busi
ness, as I know," Mip responded, tartly.
"I might have been married a dopn
times if I'd felt like providing fur some
poor, shiftlesi wreck of a man'."
A young clergyman, wlmU a success
ful pastor, was telling a retired mission
ary that he entered college and the the
ological seminary with the intention of
becoming a missionary, when tho latter
broke out with, "Ah! you turned back
after putting your baud to the plough!"
"Xo," was the. answer; "1 just took an
"I suppose w hen women get their
right," said tha voting mau in the flat
but, you girls will be making love to
the fellows. It must Ui awfully nice to
bo made love to, you know." "yes,"
replied Angelina, "onlv one wants to
choose one's lover." 'J'hc next moment
the young man in the flat hat was stand
ing alone, feeling flatter than his flat hat.
Said tho gilded youth: "What's the
ue of my kicking about tho price my
tailor sets on a suit of clothes? I used
to do it, but ouo day after I had argued
a couple of hours with him, I suddenly
thought that it was a ridiculous wasto
of time, as I should never pay the bill,
"Are you tho judge of reprobates?"
said Mr. Partington, as she walked in
to an oflice of a judge of probate. "I
am a judge of probate," was tho reply.
"Well, that's as I expect," quoth tho
old lady. "You see my father died de
testod and left several little infidels, and
I want to be their executioner."
A director of a railroad, who is a
groat hater of tobacco hearing it re
marked in a meeting of the board that
the life of a locomotive is only thirty
years, wantod to know "if, in the opin
ion of the board, tho longevity of the
locomotive would not be increased if it
"Yes," said tho landlord at the
beach, "I'll clear the piazza of those
men without asking them to leave it;"
and he went out and gazed at the pea
through tho opera-glass and remarked,
"I do believe Miss 'Iahiugton is in
trouble. I thiuk her bathing-dress has
. got away from her." hv for the
A New York lady, while visiting in
the West bad some experience with a
cyclone. While asleep at a friend's the
house was blown over and the lady pin
ned to tho earth by a heavy rafter. It
was supposed 6ho was crushed, but
when they dug her out she opened her
eyes and sleepily murmured: "Jane, I
feel a littlo uncomfortable; unfasten
A newspaper will be none the worse
for a littlo good breeding, even if it is
jiublished in Cincinnati, nor is courtesy
incompatible with vigor, Let our Cin
cinnati colleagues take a lessen or two
from their neighbors, and give their
days and nights to the study of the
Louisville editors, who writo' in kid
gloves, wear white ties and eat ice
cream out of Sevres china in golden
spoons! Louisville Courirr-Journnl.
A circus man met with a disaster and
had to sell the circus to pay his debts;
but ho still had a very tine' menagerie
loft, and going to Chicago, advertised a
"groat moral show, just the place to
bring children to study natural his
tory. At the close of the lir.t perform
ance twenty-seven deacons and live
preachers were raving around tlio tick
et wagou denouncing the concern as a
swindle and demanding their money
"Widder Jcukins," said tin Ohio far
mer ns ho bustled into her house one
morning, "I am a man of business. I'm
worth 10,000 and want you for a wifo.
1 give you thrco minutes in which to
nuswer." "I don't want ten seconds,
old man!" she replied hs she shook out
tho dishcloth. "I'm a woman of busi
ness, worth lh000. mid I wouhlu't
marry you if you were tho last mau on
earth! I give you a minute and a hall
w git i - ne got-
; ; THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER, 19, i32.
Hot and Cold Drinks.
A correspondent of Knowledge calls
attention to soino of tho disadvantage
of hot drinks. Cold drinks, ho says, aro
natural to man, though most 'people
now-a-days are so u-.ed to hot drinks
that they do not feel satisfaction really
stimulation unless they havo them.
Hot drinks are injurious to the tongue,
for they doadon its sensation, and, after
taking hot soup or drink, the tongue be
comes quite numb, and unable to tasto
tho finer flavors of a dish. Tho teeth
aro greatly injured by them, and many
dentists say caries (decay) is duo to
tbeni alone. They crack the enamel,
and thus allow caries to set in. When
caries has once set in, hot drinks are a
common cause of ueuralgia.
Hot drinks are specially hurtful to the
stomach. They cause irritation of the
nurves of the stomach and consequent
mild inflammation of that organ, so that
afler a hot drink tho stomach is red und
congested; in time a debilitated condi
tion is set up. A temperature of 100 do
grees Fahrenheit alsodustroys the active
ferment of the gastric juice pepsin
and so leads to indigestion. If tlio. stom
ach iS at all disordered, hot drinks givo
rise to much griping pain, and in many
cases to vomiting.
In cases of diarrhea, too, hot drinks
only increase it, while cold ones tend to
lessen it Thirst is not common in win
ter, unless sugary, salty or hot spiced
foods have been taken. In cold weathet
tho air contains more moisture than in
hot, and in cold weather there is les
perspiration. Hot drinks increase the
volume of heat iu the body, and if that
is not required it is quickly got rid ot
by the skin. Water is the best thirst
quencher, but if simple food bo taken
the need of drinks will be small. Manv
vegetarians drink nothing from month
to mouth, the only fluid they get being
the juices of the fruit-t which they eat
lint pleasant drinks, like tea. cofT;e,
et, may he t ikeii lukewarm for a long
time with little apparent damag. The
least injurious is cocoa, made with
plenty of imik, and allowed to stand
until nearK cool. A pood test is to ap
jily tho little tinger to rtie drink, and if
it be not hot to it, then it may be safely
The Bin of fretting.
There is one sin which, seems to me,
is everywhere and by everybody undet
estimated, and quite too much over
looked in valuations of character. It is
as common as air. as speech; so com
mmi. that unless it rises above its usual
mouotone, we do not even observe it.
Watch auy ordinary coming together ol
people, and see bow many miDUtes it
will be before somebody frets that it
makes a more or less complaining state
ment of something or other, which most
probably every one in the room, or on
the stage, or the car or the street cor
ner, as it may be. knew before, and
which most probably nobody can help.
Why say anything "about it? It is cold,
it is" hot. it is wet, it is dry; somebody
has brokeu an appointment, ill-cookec
a meal; stupidity or bad faith some
where has resulted in discomfort. Therf
are always plenty of things to fret about
It is simply astonishing how much an
noyauco and discomfort may be founfl
in tbo course of every day's living, evct
at tbo simplest, if one only keeps asharj
eeouton that sido of things. Ever.
Holy Writ says we are born to trouble
as sparks fly upward. But even tc
the sparks flying upward in the blackest
of smoke there is a blue sky above, anc
the less time they wate on the road, tht
sooner they will" reach it. Fretting it
ftlf time wasted on the road. llek
Tue Drunkard is a burden to himself as
well as his friends; but, since intoxication
Uconi'-s a riiseHse, it requires artnicdyof
no unusu.tl activity. Those who have
taken Simmons Liver Regulator declure
that it te a the liver iu action and in
vigorates the system in such a way as to
destroy thecrsving for strong drinks. The.
shaky, nervous and distresscl should re
store to the KeguUtor as a tonic to arouse
tho torpid liver to action, to regulate the
bowels and remove tho feeling of general
depression and with it tha craving.
"A lady had tho fl-sh eaten off her arm
by scrofula. Could sua the sinews working.
'Lindsey's Blood Searcher' cured her." J.
Hulitou, Elderton, Pa.
Ketp your family well supplied with
"Hellers' Cough Syrup,' use it in time, you
will avert bronchial and pulmonary affec
tions. 25 cents.
A buic cure tor impoverished blood, pirn
plea, and sallow complexion, Is Brown's
I rou Bitters. It will produco a healthy
color, smooth skin, and is absolutely not
J-t7""lSo woman really practices economy
unless she uses tho Diamond Dyes. Many
dollars enn be Baved every year. Afk tho
Sec a woman in another column, near
Speer'K Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Speer's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by tho medical
profession, for tho uso of invalids' weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by Druggists.
Allen's Brain Food positively cures nerv
oii8nee3, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. At. 5 for IV All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 8lo First Avo., N. Y. Sold in
Cain by Barclay Bros
Mr. 8. B. Britto says: "Ai a rule pby
siciaiis do uot, by their professional tneth
nils build up the female constituticn,
while they seldom cure the diseases to
which it is always liable in our variable
climute and under our imported civiliza
tion. Special remedies aro oftou required
to restoro organic harmuuy and strengthen
the enfeebled powers of womanhood; and
for most of thcao wc aro indebted to per
sons outside of tho medical profession
Among tho very best of these remedies I
assign a prominent place to Mrs. Lydia .
Piukham's Vegetable Compound."
On. Kmnk'b Obkat Nkhvb Kkstuhkh is
the marvel of the ago for a'l nerve diseases
All fits stopped fret. Bond to 031 Arch
street. Fblladelnia. Pa.
fyro.u'a Retail Ire Box.
Cou.-uiuiiM of lm urc ii'ititlid Hi i1 t
heir convenience I I'ave built a mrge In
box on Eighth street Iu Cundiff'a store wlu-e
ce in unv quantity can at all times be ob
tained.' My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
just tho Btujo as by drivers of wairons. if.
''Many silly people desire tho preci
ous, uot undersUudiug it." But no one des
pises Kidney-Wort alter having given it a
trial. Those that have used it agree thut it
is by far the best medicine known. Its
action is prompt, thorough and lasting.
Don't take pills, and other mercurials that
poison the system, but by using Kidney
Wort restore (ho natural action of all the
Composkd of the. best known tonic, irou
au l cinchona, with well known armnaties,
is Brown's Iron Bitters. It cures indiges
tion, and all kindred troubles.
HucKU'ir'a Ar-ica Salve
The Best bdve !n the aorbl for Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Suit Itl.euin, Fever
Sores, Tester, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to five per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sle by Geo. E
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at eight and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teeth If so, go at once and get a bottle oi
Mrs. Wiuslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there io no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who bas ever used it, who will not tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like made
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to tbo taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United r-t.ites.
ld everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
Never Give Up.
If yuu are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, orany disease of a bilious
nature, by all meaiis procure a bottle of
Electric Bitters, lou will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will be inspired with new life; strength
and activity will return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle by Harry W.Scbub. (5)
Millions Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption. Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the large eize. This enormous outlay
would bo disastrous to tbo proprietors, were
it not for the rare merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at Harry W.
Schuh's Drug Store and get a trial bottle
lr?e, and try for yourself. It never fails to
American Institute on Pure Grape Wine.
The President and a Cou.mitite from the
FurmcTs Club, of the American lusii'ire,
have visited Spi er's Vineyards und Wine
Cellars, and they report ihai the Port Grap
WiiiO of AltreO Spttr, of New Jeisey, is the
most reliable wine to be oDtained. It U
new being used by Physicians who are the
most choic-H in the selection of wines for
convalescent patients. The principal hos
pitals in New York have adopted this wine.
It is for sale by i'aul Schuh. lmo
Pure Coo LiverOil mad from selected
livers,on the M-n-sLore, by CisWell, Ilazaru
itCi , NewY. rk. It is sbsoluudy pure
hnlswet. Patients who have once taken
it prefer it to all ethers. Physirim.B have
decided it superior to any of "tho other oils
Chapped Bands, Face, riiimA und
rough skin, cured by usidl' Juniper Tar
Soup, made bv Caswell, Hazard & Co
New York. ' (2)
Music ami Musical Instruments.
Visitors to St. Louis should not fail to
call at the old established house of Hu'.
bert Bros., whose price list appears in an
other column of Tub Billetis, and in
spect their immense stock. Those who do
not have the opportunity to call on them
could not do better than to write them for
anything needed in the lino of music or
The Howe scale took first premium at
Philadelphia, Paris, Sydney, and other ex
hibitions. Borden, Selleck & Co., agents,
St. Louis. (H)
Personal! To Men Only!
Tho Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.,
will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro.
Voltaic Belts and Electric Applicancc o-i
trial for thirty days to men (young or obi)
who are afflicted with Nervous Debility,
Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete
restoration of health and inaDly vigor. Ad
dress as above, N. B No risk is incur
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
JTOTICE TO CON THACrORS.
City Chirk Office. Cat o. Nov. IMh, li"J.
To roNTiueTrtiis-Hcsiod iroMini will lm re
rolvert t my olllr.ii lti to aurl Ine uillim Kililav. tlie
1M h, lust., Mr uridinii, fllllnir mul uruvulteil
K ghlli alrnet fnim tlioes'tu lv nldn uf hliu
ton avonne to thiwi tisrlvslileiifji fl'.irMii ivtm".
Tne giHVul m be fiirnlnhi-rtiin I Me t-4 k of too
M tl M R , airllh'' eurtli fur the lllliiiu will In1
nirDlfbod by th city at a o iivxriM't ltit, (vilel '
tbo le on. ni'ta will h r. rulvml for th out Ire
orlt or loparat ly for tha HI luu ami Ui' I verlnn of
ihn gmviO Kim't bid miiisi lt neenmpanli'd by a
BMd in" utirflol n bivd r tln fulitirul n'fftrm
alien ftbuW'irk wlihlu thirty cltv fio ' tho km urn
Initof thonnntrart The ttv recrvt th Oi'lit t
rrjuct nyandtlbldt K- fur'hir in nrnmt o i
sp Ivtoibi uisjoi ur tnyisif Hv orlerof i lir
Council. - D. J. FOLEY, Olty ( Irrk.
i . -
AND-LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And nnr manr othar El"Clm-On'nl(5 od Mntlo
Appllmc anil Oiirni'nU lira Intalnalilt. tod aar
oura Inr Kurvoun IM11II17 Fumlydln, KplltMjr, lthaumk
tlsm, Ovfrworkmi bruin, Eilinmlloo or Lot of VI 11
Knew, WdHlt Duck, Kidney LMmshm. I.nng, Llr end
Htnnmcb Comiilmiitii, und r, ndnplwl lo EITHER
EX. ThM m plUnci'i r th orjr IbtMt improved
ad untimly dinVml trnm Ixltt nd nil othum, m tht;
uosltlrnlir iinnentt continuum current without acids,
osuftlnii no wrM nor Irrltntlnn ol Cos ikln can b
worn at work well u rent, and art only noticeable 10
tho wearer. The power la roRiilateil an ai to meet tb
different ataxea of all dl-envm where Electrlo and
Mafoetlo treatment la ot hnneht Tbnae lor
Cure Impotence Scminai Wr aksess, Icst Manhood, &e
They Cm when all elae f tila. Our Illustrtd
ramtiolet nrv- In M;,lt-ri nveo on rtioeipl uf Goenta
DOetage, or ancurt if w.-apiwl, iiif.
Uowaia Ulectro MnifOxtle Insole. II per 1 alt bj mail.
AMERICAN CALVAMIO CO.,
312 N. 0th St., St. Louli, Mo.
A Sew ana comiiiito Q tel, fronting un I.hvb
Stcond und Hailroad ttreet,
Tb rni!r D-ftrt or the Cbtcau, 8t. Lut.ls
aC ,ew (irieiins: Illinois Cnutrsl; Wl.ahh, M
Louie aurl Pntlc; J,uo Mount a in and S"nU,ern,
Mobile ar.d Ouln; cair. BEd St. Louis Hallways
are ail Just across the atrtet; while the Steaaibi at
Lactlii.K is hut one a .nare distant,
This Uotel la bealud by eltam, baa atniro
Latindr, Hydraulic Elevator, Ulintrtc Cull Uoiis
Autumailc Kire-Alitruii. Battm, abeoluiBly puro air
pprlectaewtiiaau and umiultUe appolrjuntinii!.
Snperh fnrcinLiDt!; p-.Tfect atrvlce; anrtaann
xcciivd ; ahie.
1. P. PAVtKEH (tO.OMMMMai
l.NSI UAM lt.
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(JliiliNi'llrrHtlni riniiet mi'iuinol iiuikliiK nvulnriiintiihiy
pnilllefnnn liiviwimriiiMif J liMiifll'Kiori"'" I'dcullm; In
Kai'h lleillHTL'r till' U'hl'lll ol' I . Hill lIlllM Cltpillll of til
thih. Ill to Ifmpor ivnt. I . vtdi-Ti.l (a;l niniitlily, Ilo
portnof oiK'nillonaaenl melt nu nilxT. BlmteIOrai'h,
I'dleiMii ili'e, li'inuJ'-Mi)ile. iriiiii-ltml.lt. A rt'llnOln ,-ot.
riiiiil(Mit wr.nli'il liicvpry town. p lal indie rmrnlw.
Btlilanaii'irfiri'iiliirwiil W. A'Vlre-i It. K. KkniiaU,
it CO., ItJi lt9tutull0rit.,flUCAtiO, lhU
I'ROrKIETOR OK SPKOAT'8 I'ATKr-'T
ICK. Hi'TIIKdAH LOADOlt TON.WKI 1
? KN1 FOR Slliri'lNO
i"hr T niu1r a SiMl1v
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Twi'll'lli St reel dinl l.i'v",
l&H'i bh 1 1 m utiV aiMl.M. loV 1 1 ( u
r?l"if " k',"Uof BKA88. OcKUAt
SILVER and EEED Inatrutnenu, toi-etbt
With full Inafmrtiitn. A. fA.nl.. D 1 - ...
......... ..-.m. ,MI ,uiuiua; pkUNH, Ul
w.in est! chuiaincttion of Imtrumonta
WHAT and HOW to purcbane; term a for
Kold or ai yer platinir, repairing, 4o. Will also
i""":1' "r an a OrchuiT.
Y!iJ P- l11 PJlr music Aldrew
"00t SOWS JuSlC C0..CHICAG0.IUL
The Best Known Remedy for
Backache or Lame Back.
Rheumatism or Lame Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
Neuralgia or Kidney Disease.
Lumbago, SoveroAchesor Pains
Are Superior to all other Plaster.
Are Superior to PaiU.
Are Superior to I.lntmenta. ,
Are Superior to Ointments or PnWca.
Arc mperlor to Elrctrir.itjr or gaWainiam
They Art Immediately.
They Itellrre Pain at Once.
They PoalliTrly Cure.
Boutou's Caprine Tfirona Plav
lor nave been tmitatod. va
not allow your drugtrtft to
tera have been Imitated. Do
palm off inma other placlnr navinp a eiruilar
8ce that the word ii apelled
C-A P-C-I-N B.
rrire w as.
8EABURY Sl JOHNSON,
ManiiiHcturini; Cheuneu, New vk.
rST;"ni: itr.siF.nY at last. Prif,
lllFan'SMe.lirited CDRN and RUN'ON PLASTER.
C17 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A r?nlar Oi-n1tiHt. of two niedlral
CoHcn" hii lieen ni-r piiiciKed lii the tn ai
nient of 'liroiit'-, Nervoiia, f-Um Biui
Hlood Ulsttaeet thiui any other phvali-lan Iu
8t. Lout, .in rltv 1 3.er aunw and all old rem
dents know. ( oiH'iltntlnn at oftire or liv mall,
free ami ittvltcil. A frieinllv tn!K or his opinion
rost nothing- When It l (iirnm-nleiit to vlalt
the city fur treatment, nn-illi-lnei tan be sent
hv mall nr expre evprvhi ie, ( uriihle tasca
ftinranteed ; where doubt exi'ta iil frankly
tated. Call or Wrlle.
Neirous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoninr. SkinAffno.
tions, Old Soroajand Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriaga, Rheumatism, Pil.s. Special
attention to cases from ovcr-t Oi-ked brain.
SUBGICAIi CASES reeeive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences. Exeesse,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It la elf.e l lenl Unit a ihy-lt'!.ii! paylnir
partlrtilar at li lit Ion lo a cla oI ciim s uttulna
U r-itt klli. ami 'IivMoioi 1" reuuhir pracllre
ail over the rounirv kiion im.' 1 ti i l'ieineiitly
ri'i'oiiiineii'l rife to the olili-l (.ilii-e Iii Ani"rli-n.
where cerv known ..llaiiie Is rewirteil lo,
ami the ),i-iv,.(l (jooil i-.-niMilieei of all
auet und roiintrlei are ti'ed. A whole home In
itM i. i 'iriioe piirixKea, and all are treated 'lth
f-k i 1) In a rr.-it-ct f,i ruanntr; ar.d, knowing
ln:t tn i- " ltrTlllH:lll 'ire ni.l'le. (Hiar.
r-iu :it nunioer i'lvli'tr. th
rhare- ; 1 : 1. :-i low. often lower than la
ii-m:inil"i hy m;Iht If Mm fivnre the "kill
ntnl Ret a M-e,lv ami r ' lli it lil'- eiirc. thai la
the liii.ni-t;iiit ' nmttei-. I'uiii hli t, 'M pa'ea,
cut to any adilress free.
pi&I CARRIAGE GUIDE. ?&
Klee..nt rloth am! ptlt hlnrtinn. Pealed for M
renti In jo--lHe or currem-j. Over filly won
"'erflil ieu picture-,, true to life artlclekon tho
lollow'lni.- suiiti-t. V. hoinaj marry, who not;
why I'ronei-iie toiiiaii-v. Whu marry llrau
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should mai'iv. ilov.'lifiaul ltnipliiev may bu
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Drunkenness & Opium Hating
C, (Ml. is M.I) Son. 4.TI Fourth avenu.
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f e thnu-Miiila nt rapea
I nave potuivormueilr fur the ebon Ulprpn; by lie
Mamlltitf havo heen cured.
ur in wont tlna anil of lotir
-ii Itae'lli-ai-y. that I will aeml TWO noi ri l'. kiii'K i...
inim.it, an mronit I. mr raiia
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ant o for 6 yiari, an! ail
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r UNTIL vott
f TroR ONE.
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