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THE PAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER M, 1683
A SPECIFIC FOR
CONVULSIONS, FALLING SICKNESS,
ST. VITUS DANCE, ALCH3H0LISM,
OPIUM EATING, SYPHILLIS,
SCROFULA, KINGS EVIL,
UGLY BLOOD DISEASES, DYSPEPSIA,
NERVOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE,
RHEUMATISM, NERVOUS WEAKNESS,
BRAIN WORRY, BLOOD SORES,
KIDNEY TROUBLES AND IRREGULARITIES.
E3T$1.50 per bottle.'Q
For tUmonll nd circular end (lamp.
The Dr. S. A. Richmond Med. Co. , Props. ,
St. 7pli. (11
Correspondence freely answered by rhyiiciana
, Held by sll DrngfUt.
A Valuable Diacovery f-r upplyins Magnetism to
the Unman Hya em. Electricity and Slairnetlam
utilized a nsrer before fur Healing the Sick.
TUB MAGNETON APPLIANCE CO.'S
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FOB MEN IS
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ir Kiri'iDtD, the following disease wlthou' med
Ulna Paikb i tb back, hips, uiioou Luti,
(foci DIBILITT, IXXBAO), O KEHAL DEB UTT,
BBICBiTIB, I'.BALT-IS, NICRALkilA, BOUTIA,
DiaEAaia or tub bimiit-. spinal diseases, torpid
Utik, Goat, Seminal Emission. Impotency,
Asthma, Hes-t Ui'e, Dyspepsa. Constipation.
Ervslp a.. Indication. ILrnla or Huptare, Cat
arrh, Hie, kptlepsy, I'omb Ayue. etc.
When any debility of the UES KKATIVK OR
GANS occur. Lost Vitality, Lac of Nerve Puree
sod Vlg.r, sting 'e .kness, and all those Dis
ease of a pe'tonil nature, from whatever cause,
the continuous stream of nutfoetlsm perineum
through the parta, must restore them to a healthy
action. Tbera ia no mistake about tbia App.t
atica. TO THE LADIES: ZXft
Weakness nf the spine. Pulling of the Womb,
Leacarrhov Chronic Inflammation or Ulceration
nf tbe Womb, Incident! Hern rrhaee or Flooding.
Painful, Suppressed and irrepuisr Menstruation,
Barrenness, and Change of Life, tbla la tbe Beat
Appilanc and Cnrative Arent known.
For all lorms of Hemale Di acuities It it unsur
passed by anything rxstot Invented, bitb an a
cnratlre agent and aa a our. a of power ai.d vital
ltatlon. Price of tltbor Bel, with Magnetic lusok'. $1U,
sent by express 0 O. D. and examination al
lowed, or by mall n receipt of price, lu ordering
end masssre of waist and siie of ahoa Keralt
Unce can ba nude In currency, sect in letter at
The Magnetic Garment are adapted to all ages,
re worn over th underclothinif (not uext to tbe
body like tbe many Oalvsnl- an I E octrie Ham
bugs adfrtla d ao extensively), and should be
Ukn off at n ght. They hold their POWKK
FoHEVEH. and are worn at all season of tbe
Send stamn for the "New Deparfire In Medical
Treatment Wltho it Medicine," with tbousauda of
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Hi State Street, Chlcigo. i;i .
Note Send one dot ar In pocae sttnps or
enrrency (in letter at o'ir risk) wn . sue ol shoe
usually worn, and try a pair of our Magnetic In
Bolaa. and be convinced of the power mstrttng In
oar other Magnetic Appliance. Positively no
Cold feet when they are worn, or n.oiiey refunded.
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In Hard or Sort, Hot or Cold Water.
BATES LABOR. TIME and SOAP AMAZ
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Isinlly, rich or poor, atiould be without it.
Bold by Ml Grocer. UEWA BE of imiUUonj
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TAKE ALIi THE
KIDNEY and LIVER
And Indigestion Cures.
And Bilious Specifics.
BRAIN and NERVE
In short, take all the best qualities of
all these, and the best qualities of all
the bast Medicines of the World and
yon will find that HOP BITTERS have
the best curative qualities and powers
of all concentrated in them, and that
they will cure when any or all of these,
singly or combined, fail. A thorough
trial will give positive proof of this.
The Dailv Bulletin.
OFFICE: NO. 78 OHIO LKVEK.
OFFICIAL PAPKK OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
KSl fcltF.D AT TUB CAIKO POKTOFFICE FOR
IHANflMIIHION TtlKiiCGH THE MAILS AT
SECOND CLASS KATES.
A Civilized Eear up a Tree.
"Great Scott, lak ut tluj licnr!'' a
district mi'sscniT lv hlioutoil to him-M-if,
h;tltiitr Miililt-tilv aliove tin Arsi-n-ul
in the New York Central Park on
Sunday afternoon ami staring up into a
tre. Niniiny was in ilit treeme ermiili
S.-inuuy -hi-s surnaini is Hoocock m
parsed the stiniiner cliaineil to a take
near tin-Arsenal, 'l'he chain broke on
Simd.iv afternoon. Sammy made for
a stuliliy troo a foot thick several rods
awav. The lower branches of the tree
are jnt within a man's reach. Sammy
clamberi-i! up to the third and squatted
in a fork.
Snpt. Conkliu called half a doen at
ti ndants. and said the bear must be ot
down. Jakf Cookn volunteered to jjn up
the tree and : tiie lioar. He took the
end of a rope in hit teeth and began to
i-hin tip. '1 bis beautiful .iprltt attracted
a lare croud of spectators, and the
spectators helped on the proceedings by
eticonrairiiio; remarks. The excite
ment began to interest Sammy. H
wailed until Cooke was quite up to him
ami was reaching' out to grab his collar.
Then he hitched himself up one fork
higher. Cooke followed. The crowd,
looking on and seeing how it should ha
done, began to volunteer advice.
"Thry 'im by the tail." said an at
tendant. "Thrip 'im up." said another.
"Lasso him, ' said the messenger
"Kick his shins," "Step on his toes,"
"Tickle his feet," "Shoo him," and a
great variety of direction. for dislodg
ing Sammy were contributed from be
low. Cooke grabbed the bear's legs, ami
tried to pull him down. The bear kick
ed himself free, and hitched himself up
one fork higher again. Cooke got up
beside him. The b ar seemed glad to
iee him. and folded his forelegs around
him. Sammy is a young bear, but his
hug is well grown.
"Now you've got him," said Supt.
Cooke didn't say anything. Samruv
had lost his temper, ami began to scratch
and bite. Cooke wanted to come dow n,
but couldn't find time. Finally he got
hi thumb out of Sammy's moiith, and
eanie dow n to see what ailed it.
Patrick Marn another attendant, went
up the tree, lie carried a bag that he
hoped to get over the bear's head, He
climbed up the tree on the opposite sjfje
of the trunk from Sammy and got above
the bear, then he opt n.-d the bag and
prepared to descend. The bear saw
toe point immediately, and dropped
dow n a fork. Then Patrick came low er
and the bear kept dropping from limb
to limb until be finally reached the
ground. Then he ran at the crowd.
The crowd forgot how to catch bears
and went away. Willi the aid nf a squad
of park policemen, Supt. Conklin. and
his men drove Sammy into a kennel,
and then put him in a cage. Stu; York
NEW YORK FASHIONS.
JERSEYS EVEMXO TOILETTES FCKS
CLOTH AUD VELVET SUITS fHOES
The transferability of the jerseys is a
strong card in its favor, since without the
fixity of the dress waist, it may supply the
place ot the dress waist for half-a-dozen
skirts. That pronounced individuality and
conspicuousness of plainness which offend
ed many, is now moreover done away with,
and upon occasion ono may obtain a jersey
jauntily finished with embroideries, pockets,
bows, plaits, buttons of various kinds, or
glittering overcasts of jet beads. Widely
have these departed from the original faith,
yet jerseys there are as severely orthodox as
heart could wish; nor would I wish to seem
ingly detract from the handsome moulding
of a plain jersey, providing always that it
be of a flue, pliable fabric. For an ill-fitting
jersey is indeed an ill-starred sort of
thing; an offence to Divinities and men, and
brings disrepute on what is really a bene
diction to woman. Avoid therefore so-called
cheap jerseys. They are not cheap at
any price, and even as a gift would be cost
ly. EVENING TOILETTES.
Evening brocades being works of art, it
becomes a work of art to know how to wear
them; a still greater, to let them alone.
Since, with one's purse full of money, Satan
himself could not put vaBter temptations
before a woman's eyes than those delicately
beautiful, gorgeously radient fabrics. The
temptation to do wrong lies in the size of
the patterns, which aro conspicuously large,
and there are many who, should they wear
largo patterns of anything, would commit a
mighty sin against good taste. No one in
deed could venture to wear an entire toilette
of these materials, so without exception we
sco them combined with rich silks or velvet,
And here come in possibilities for some fair
saint who has resisted br cades, for she can
expend herself on plain Bilk of rare quality
adorned with lace. How great are the cap
abilities of lace 1 Doing pretty much what
ever you want it to do, and with equal faciN
ity, suiting everybody, there being nobody
to whom it is unbecoming. Lighter, yet
lovely evening goods are Surahs, India and
Venetian silks, all thin enough to admit of
considerable bunching or a blouse waist;
while piquant for small entertainments
come white and pale-colored cashmeres,
which, trimmed with lace or velvet, serve a
season's apprenticeship of prettiness, and
then given over to the dyer, can renew their
youth as a walking outfit or a dress fur
mamma. Artificial flowers are
completely overshadowed by the
remarkable brocades. There is no place
for them and they are scarce seen or men
tioned, an 'occasional corsage bouquet re
maining us that such things are. There
are demi-traios and trains, but short round
dresses are so extremely convenient, by
comparison, that ladies are glad to wear
thfm whenever iris possible.
Natural flowers look charmingly on furs
and on furs they will be worn. Also on
walking or house costumes of dark mate
rial, and serve to present tbe contrast that
is so important an element of tho aesthetic.
Garments of fur have been well nigh sup
planted by garments of fur-lined silk.
One reason for such pre eminence is doubt
less the demands of fashion regarding
length in out-door garmcuts, a moment's
reflecti'iu sufficing to show that an expanse
of fur is a costly thing. So then we have
the warmth of fur by using Siberian squir
rel with genteel silken outside, while for
innumerable cloaks a thick quilted lining
does duty witn a border of handsome fur.
This last idea prevails in cloaks of the red
ingote and dolman 'ribec, but the tim
honored circulars fas much worn as ever)
are always lined with fur, and Usually with
out an outer bordering. Just here, too, I
could write quite a tirade against these fur
lined circulars gotten up at very low prices.
Have nothing to do with them ucless you
wish to be coveted with cat-hairs wheoever
you g- on the 6treet, while your silk will
soon turn gray and rusty. Choose rather
a wool garment of good quality. There is
much style in these, and great service as
well. Wealthy people wtar long cloaks
of seal 6kin, but they are prohibited to all
but the wealthy.
CLOTH AXD VELVET.
Cloth suits with tailor finish are all the
go. A capote bonnet of wool to match is
stylish and economical, and to such an ex
tent are wool bonnets carried that some are
made of a large plaid to match suits of
plalded wooi. Both are finished with vel
vet, and this reminds me of the rich out
fits of high grade velveteen, that look like
velvet; notably one worn by a European
celebrity, of the N mpireil, and which I
will describe in my next letter. Gloves
and shoes being irreproachable, the chic of
these outfits is great, and by reference to
Lord & Taylor's catalogue, where are dif
ferent illustrations. I fiod it possible to
wear a 6hoe at once fashionable and sensi
ble. While in their shoe department, I
noticed Button's Raven gloss shoe dresslog.
It must be recommended, since, although
cos'ing a few cents more than other dress
ings, It is in the end the cheapest because
it really does not crack or scale the leather.
Gloves are mousquetaire ten to one.
W. F. Lardik, r.rer editor of fat Btllitik
and ftea.uH'ja' paMeaiifr atnt. Orflera for all
klniWof steamboat Jon t'rm'lng solicited. Office
at Buwer'a European Hotel. No. 72 Obio lovue.
STAGES OF THE RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 6 p. m. 20 feet 5 inches and riting.
Chattanooga, Nov. 13. River 2 foot 7
nches and rising.
Cincinnati, Nov. 13. River 18 feet 8 in
ches and rising.
Louisville, Nov. 13.River 9 feet 0 in
ches and rising.
Nashville, Nov. 13. River 11 feet 6 in
ches and rising.
Pittsburg, Nov. 13. River 7 feet 10 in
ches and falling.
St. Louis, Nov. 13. River U feet 0 in
ches and falling.
The Commonwealth from Vicksburg pass
ed up for St. Louis yesterday noon. She
had a good trip and discharged several bales
of cotton at the Vincennes wharf.
The J. II. Hillman from Nashville ar
rived here yesterday morning at 10 o'clock.
She had a fair trip on her return left
here at 2:30 p. ra.
Capt. John Smedley arrived here on the
Gus Fowler. He came down to take the
Jennie Walker to Paducah. She bas been
undergoing repairs here ami is uow almost
like a new boat. She will enter the Padu
cah anp Metropolis trade.
The Jno. A. Scudder left here for New
Orleans yesterday morning. She had only
a fair trip.
The Ste. Genevieve is due from Memphis
thistmorning for St. Louis.
The W. T. nalliday from New Orleans
is due this morning for St. Louis. She has
a good up stream trip.
The Arkansas City from St. Louis will
report here this evening for Vicksburg.
The new steamer Joe Peters built for the
southern trade passed down last night.
The Thos. Sherlock will report here for
New Orleans and will receive freight and
people for that city and intermediate points.
The Cons. Millear leaves Cincinnati this
evening for Memphis.
The Will 8. Hays is lying at Mound City
without any apparrent effort of leaving. If
she designs doing any business this season
it is time she was "hustling."
The Hudson leaves St. Louis this evening
and is due to-morrow night tor Shawnee
town. The popular Andy Bum from Memphis
it due up to morrow morning for Cincinns-
. See W. F. Lambdin, passenger agent,
and get your tickets.
The weather moderated considerable
yesterday and last night was one of the
prettiest of the season.
The Ohio is rising again all the way to
The Will Kyle from New Orleans will
arrive here to-morrow on ber way to Cin
Tho Morgan Rattler or In other words
the ( has. Morgan leaves Cincinnati this
evening for New Orleans.
Tde Ella Kimbrougb from Osceola is due
to-night and will leuve on her return trip
From Col. C. II. Mackev. 32d Iowa In-
fantry: I have derived more benefit from
Ely's Cream Balm than anything else I
have ever tried. I have now been using it
for three months and am experiencing no
trouble from Cittarrh whatever. I have
been a sufferer for twenty vears. C. H.
Mickey, Sigourney, Iowa, Feb. 22, 1882.
Strength for Mind and Body.
There is more strength restoring nower
in a bottle of Parker's G.nger Tonic than in
a bushel ot malt or a trailm ot Milk. This
explains why invalids find it sucb a won-
dertul invignrant tor mind and body.
Do Not Be Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find ono remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does as recommended.
Electric Bitters we can vouih for as being
a true and reliable remedy, and ono that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaintc, Dis
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. Wre know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, eive them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle bv Barclay Brog. (3)
Araong; the Follies of the Age
which the introduction of SOZODONT Ions
since exploded, was the use of abrasive and
corrosive tooth preparations, which either
contained minerals which scratched their
enniel, or acids which dissolved it. SOZ-
ODONT, a health promoting substitute for
these empirical articles, is a botanic, skill
fully prepared, highly sanctioned prepara
tion, which not only benefits, cleanses and
invigorates saffron-colored and defective
teeth, but divests the breath of any objec
titrable "dor and restores to it that of
Paralysis, June Year.
"After having suffered for 9 years with
panilvsis." says Mr. Joseph Yates, of Pater
s n, N. Jersey, " I was cured by Samari
tan Ntrvine." Mr. Yates authorizes this
statement. Tour druggist keeps it, 1.50.
Nervousness, Nervous Debility, Neural
gia. Nervous Shock. St. Vitus Dance.
Prostration, and all discuses of Nerve Gen
erative (Jrgans, are permanently and
radically cured by Allen's Brain Food, the
great botanical remedy, (1 pkg., 6 for f 5.
bucKien's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Njics, letter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It it guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pr box. For sale by Barclay
To all who are sufferiug from the errors
und indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cce you, free
of charoe. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a seM-addrcsse'd envelope to the Rev.
JosErii T. Inman, Station D., New York
None But Jirst Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have tbe best or none. Messrs.
Shcri.ey & Co., Chicago, are making a
specialty ot tine goods, and if you need
anything in Watches, in dust and w.iter
proofcHsts, Solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware. Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
send to Shurley & Co., they will send a
single article at the dozen piice. Tbej are
vouched for and endorsed by the United
States Express Co., American express Co.,
Southern Express Co., F. W. Palmer, Post
master of Chicago, Gen'l A. C. Smith, Ex
State Treasurer, ami many others. Goods
sent cn approval, with privilege of examin
ation, enabling you to do purchasing at
home. Renumber, Shurley & Co., 77S!ate
Street, Chicago, 111. 0end for tueik new
AND BEAt TIFLLLY ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUF.
Cleanliness and purity make Parker's
Hair Balsam tha favorite for restoring the
youthful color to gray hair.
The restoration to health of our child we
considered uncertain. When two weeks
old she caught cold. For 18 months was
not able to breath through her nostrils, be
came emaciated. Upon using Ely's Cream
Balm her difficulty was removed; she
breathes naturally. Mrs. and Mrs. J. M.
Smith; Owego, N.'Y.
fo The West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, 9 int Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
finest nicke are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia cnect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express train for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland trait for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, Ac, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. KmMAjr, F. Chandler,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Qenl Pass Agent
Win. LncLwic: & Co.,
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL AVENUE, CAIRO, ILL.
Highest Market Prices Paid for
Hides, Furs. Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
Wm. Ludwig & Co.
fkw drops applied to tbe surface
ma aimosi instantly kklieve pain: it will not Soil Clothing,
Ii(h A i anr1 a Alrvt S lanrA
has ko F.Qi'ALforthe Cnreof Rhoamatlsm. Sprains. Brnli9,
Stiff Joints, Neuralgia, Lame Back, Cramps. Tooth-A he.
Sore Throat, Pains in the Limbn it In any part of tho System
and Is equally eftlcaciotia (or all pains In the Stomach and Bowels.
reouLrmK a ixiweriui ainusive siiinuiam. oee .Mcn-pu Aiiniinnr
Ask your Druggist tor It. Price 60 cU
lTeparcd only by JACOB S. MXRRELL, III
Gooi I'ay for Agcnta. $.100 to li'iper month
Diailo xe kiisj our Bao Bookaanrt lithlfler Write to
J. C. McCCKUV A CO., Chicago, III.
('A Til IN -Ethi'tlci, (4 design). Scmetlilng
sood. MalU-d on raceipt of rents
In (.tamps. UKAHNK CO , P.O. Uox 1 87.N.Y.
Ely's Cream Balm,
C.N tQUALLED for COLD In tha BEAD,
('ream Balm ha sained an enviable reputation
wht r.-vc-r know ; dUpiacing a'.l other preparation.
Send for circular containing full inform Hon and
rel ahl ttatimonisla. By mnil, prepaid, 50 ceut a
pickii; Htamiia received. .Sold by ail wholesale
and retail dru-gl.ta. fcLY'S . KEAM BALM CO.,
Oweiro. Sew Y rk.
A I I Nil ' WI1 ,Iul:T A TEACH KH! Soper'e
ill Itiftnf taneous Guide to Keys of Hiano
audOnran. i'rlre Si. W til teach an v pemun
to plav 0 iiiect of music in one day You could
not lour it Irom a tocher in a mouth for $ jil. Try
it and t.' convinced bump e coi y wil ht mailed
tOKnv ati'lrcf on receipt of 25 centain aiamps hy
H K A K -s K & t.O . h'lm.lrlier, r, U. Hox HS ,.V1.
J00,i VOLUMES the choicest literature of the
worm, loo pacre cata'OEtie tree, lowi-h prtcea
ever known. NOTaold by deaera. Rent for ex
amination bur.re payment on evidence of good
fitith JuHN B. A1.DDN, PnMUher, ?8 Vet-ey
ft., S. Y. P. O. Boi 117 .
MADE ox PURPOSE
One of Th-se 3fitakes (?) Which are
llore Frequent than Profitable.
"Why, my child, thla if not BENSON'S C AP-
CJXh POKOL'S) I'LASItK," Mid a father to hi
little danithser, after examining package tho had
iu bronirbt from the drue tore.
Ion t It, Pa f I'mnorrv hut I aaked the mun for
Benon I know 1 did, and he took tbe 25 cents
yon gave me to pay for It ilh." exclaimed the
child positively. "Maybe the drug man made a
"I'll so 'round myaolf and ec," waa the gentle
man' ci uiment, ae he donoed hi coat and hat.
" Why dl In't too erd me Benon' plaater, In
t' dd of h "- nit and trashy thine!"
'Wlij, 1 tuo iut th:.t would suit you Ju?t a
"You thonjLt! you tbonht! What bnslne
have vou tothluk? T don't pav you forthluktng,
but for Ailing my order," eaid the indignant caller,
contemptuously. ''Therol take that thing back
and stive me my iuowt. I'll get what f want
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A regular O-rBduat of t'8 msdleal
Culieen," u'.ta lsen limber engaged In the treat
ment .if Chronic, Iservotm, -Utn and
Ulc orl l)lew thin anv other phvsleln in
St. Louis, m city paper shew ana all oM resi.
dents k;iow. Cnnv'tatt'in .t o'flee or y mall,
free and Invited. A friendly tnikor hie opinion
cost mulling. When it Is Inconvenient to visit
;he city .or irpntment. medicines can be seut
by mall or express evnrvwliere. Cnraiile caen
(rnnrauteed ; where doubt exists Hisfraukly
stated. Call or Write.
Wttous Prostration, Debility, Mental anJ
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores ard Ulcers, Impediments to
Marrbga, Bheumatiym, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worfrod brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses
Indulgeacjs or Exposure.
It Is self-evident that a physician paying
particular attention to aclas of cafe attalna
(treat skill, and phvsiclansln regular practice
-all over the country knowing this, frequently
fcotruierid esses to the oldest cftice In Aniorlcav
where every ktiowu appliance is resorted U.
and '.he proved good reined io of all
ai?es and countries ar used. A whole house p
used for office purposes, and all are treated with
skill in a respectful manner; and, knowing
what to do. no experiments are made. Od ac
count of the (treat number applying, the
chai ifes are kept low. often lower than Is
demanded by others If you secure the skl'l
and et a speedy and perfect lif cure, that la
the important matter. Pamphlet. pages,
sent to any addresa free.
plates. ! MARRIAGE GUIDE. ( pages,
EleEsiit cloth and jrtlt hlndiim, Sealed form
cent In postage or rurrancy- Over Any won
dcrftil pen pictures, true to Ill'e . artlcleson the
following; subject. Who may marry, who not;
whvr I'roper aire to marrv. Who marry first.
Jtahhond, Womanhood. Physical decay. Who
should marry. H.vw life and happiness may be
Jncreised. Those married or contuniplatltiR
rnarrvlntr should read it. It on ht to be read
py all adult persons, then kept under lock and
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