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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 9, IMS.
The Preacher's Quiet Habits.
Sedentary and studious men
sometimes become prostrated be
fore they kaow it Those who
spend much time in close mental
work, and neglect to take enougk
exercise, often find their stomachs
unable to do the work of digestion.
( The liver becomes torpid. The
' bowels act irregularly. The brain
irrfuses to serve as it once did.
Their preaching becomes a failure,
and there is a state of general rnis
; ery, So many ministers have been
restored to health by the use of
' Brown's Iron Bitters that the clergy
' generally are speaking to their
Itfends of this medicine as the vory
best tonic and restorer they know
of. It restores thin and watery
blood to its proper condition by
toning it up with the purest and
most invigorating preparatio of
iron that science has ever made.
It is pleasant to take, and acts
immediately with the happiest re
sults, not only on the parsons, but
p ether folks as well 3
TO PRESEKYE THE HEALTH
I'm tha Magneton Appliance Co.'i
Magnetic Lung Protector !
3PHICE ONLY S5.
The) are priceless to ladiu, oikti-jwum end
caiuif with wiaklunoi; nocaaeofpxiiHo'
at . csour Is aver kn wn where these
garments are worn. Tney alio prevent and cure
iBTDirncoi.ma, cold. rjibcut;sm, iiunv
U, THUOiTTBOUBUU, UIPHTBtHi, rar&BRU, AID
tu kindrid oiaiAaia. Will wkab any service
formats raaiu. Are worn over the under-cloth-
MATAT?RTT 11 1" BeedleM to deaeribe the
VA 1AH HH symptoos of thia nauseous dla
eae tbat la sapping tbe I f e and strength of only
too man? of the fairest and beat of both eeiea.
Labor, study and reeearrn In America, Europe and
Xteiern land a, have reanlted in tbe Magnetic Long
Protector. affording care fur C'atarrb, a remedy
which c inula No UnoeaiNs of ms SrrrxM, ana
with the continuous stream of Manetism per
ineal log through tbe afflicted organs, near t
TOS a TH III TO A IIALTHT CTIOM. Wl fLACI Ol'
mica for tbia Appliance at leu than one-twentieth
of tha price asked by otbera for remedlea npon
which yon take all the chances, end saracui
LT liviTl the patronage of the auar riuom who
have tried Dmjoaiaa tuna itosuchs without
'HOW TO OBTAINS r
flat and ask for them. If they have not got them,
write tu tha proprietor!, enclosing the price in let
ter, at oar risk, and they ahall be eent to yon at
once hy mail, postpaid.
Band etamp for the "New Departure In Medi
cal Treatment without iDioma," wUh thou
aSdt of testimonials.
, . THE MAOUKTOS API LIAMCE CO.,
JIS State Street, Chicago, Ml.
KoTi. Seed one dollar in potaje stamps or
eomncyUn letter at oar nek) with slae of ehoe
anally worn, eud try a pair of our Magnetic la
sole, and b convinced of the power resld'ngln
oar Magnetic Appliances. Positively no cold feet
where they are worn, or Honey refunded. 109-iy
, A SPECIFIC FOR
C0XYULS10KS, FALUNS SICKNESS,
ST. VITUS DANCE, 4LCHQH0USH,
QPIOH QT1I9. STPHILLIS,
SCROFULA, HISS EVIL,
llfiLT BLOOD DISEASES, DYSPEPSIA,
IERVOUSNESS, SICK HEADACHE,
BHEOKATISH, NERVOUS WEAKNESS,
BRAIN WORRY, BLOOD SORES,
KIDNEY TROUBLES AND IRREGULARITIES.
Ey$1.50 per bottleCO
jot teaUmonlala and circulara lend etamp. "
The Dr. S. A. Richmond Med. Co., Props.,
St. Toaopla-. Mo.nt ()
Oorrwpondonce freely anawered by Phy.ici.n4
814 ky J1 Prlata.
TAKE ALL THE
KIDNEY and LIVER
And Indlgestiou Cures
And Billons Specifics.
BRAIN and NERVE
In short, take all tbe best qnahties of
all tnese, ana me oesi qualities w mi
ha . has. U AiTlclnpfl of tha World and
too will find that HOP BITTERS have
r. - mi.- j
the nest curative quauuro nu puwers
Af n onnnnntrfif Ail In them, and that
liter will cure when any or all of these.
a JfJ . f 1 a. i.1 1-
nagiy or comoinea, ran. a moruiiffu
trial will five positive proof of this.
Tlie Daily Bulletin.
orriCE: NO. 78 OHIO LKV1X
OFFICIAL fATBH or ALEXANDER COUNT! .
KNTKKED AT TU CAIRO POttTOWCK FOR
TBAN8MIS8IOH THROUGH THK MAILS AT
SECOND CLARI RATES.
Henry Clowe A Co., brokers on Wall
street, New York, conclude their last week
ly circular to their patrons and the public,
after reviewing the state of things in va
rious departments, as follows: "From a
careful weighing of the foregoing facts, we
conclude that the situation is one .that
should satufy conservative people. There
are weak points observable; but there are
stronger ones to offset them. Tbe condi
tion of tbe country does not warrant great
expectations; but neither does it justify
gloomy forebodings. The period of recov
ery in certain interests may not jet have
come; but, if we do not mistake symptoms,
the worst is past and an improvement can
not be much loDger delayed, and 1884 is
likely to prove a year of recovery as 1883
has been one of decline. Still, for the time
being, it would be wise to act with eauti.m
ID transactions on thestoc't market."
A civil case in which Judge F. Bros
was plaintiff and Mr. 11. F. Wiiburn, de
fendant, was tried yesterday in the court ot
Magistrate Comings. Judge Brosa held a
claim against Mr. Wiiburn for liquors,
hich he sought to make by attaching the
insurance due Wiiburn on bis property
lately destroyed by Are. Plaintiff was rep
resented by Hon. D. T. Linegar, defendant
hy by Mr. Angus Leok. Tbe latter held
that, as tbe property upoa which the insur
ance was due was exempt by law from ex
ecutions, the insurance thereon, which rep
resented that property, was, according to
the spirit of tbe law, also exempt. The
former held tbat the law exempted only
the property in the hands of the defendant,
and as this was destroyed thre was noth
ing lett tbat might be claimed as exempt
under tbe law. Both pioduced authorities
to sustain their positions, but Mr. Linegar
asked to be permitted to produce further
authorities, and court adjourned until Mon
day for that purpose. Mr. Wilburn's in
surance amounts to (1,100; the claims
pending against him will aggregate about
$500, and the case above referred to is to
decide those of other claimants.
On last Thursday a large and ecthusi-
astic meeting of the Woman's Christian
Temperance Union was held. Mrs. A!.
Slnoread a portion of scripture, Mrs. Ford
opened the meeting with prayer, followed
by singing "Nearer My God to Thee." The
alectioi of officers for the ensuing term
was the principal feature of the meeting
The following ladies were Dominated and
unanimously elected: President, Mrs. W. L.
Bristol; vice presidents, Mrs. O. M. A.lden,
Mrs. C. Ford and Mrs. Capt. Hi ley; sec
retary, Mrs. Jeunie Dougherty; treasurer
and corresponding secretary,. Mrs. Wood
Rittenhouse. After tbe electioa arrange
ments were mtde in reference to the district
convention to be held here the coming
week. Mrs. Pittunbou.-te, Mrs. Ford and
Mrs. Dougherty are selected as a committee
to wait upon the several delegates. Mrs.
Skelton and her private secretary are here,
and will lecture on Sunday evening
in tbe bull. There will also be
lectures . every evening this week in the
Methodist church. One of the speakers,
Miss Addie Keples, a prominent lawyer,
will lecture upon the statd of the stomach
of those who use stimulants, and illustrate
by showing several different plates in colors.
Mrs.Skeiton is a German lady ot ability
ani especially desires to have the Germau
population turn out to hear her.
Barton's Free Press has misinterpreted
all the salient statements made by The
Bulletin several days ago, with reference
to the movement in Carbondale
to induce the governor to call an extra ses
sion of the legislature, to appropriate
money to rebuild tbe Normal school. Bar
ton is right when be says that tbe people of
Cairo feel kindly toward the people of Car
bondale and deeply sympathize with them
in their loss; but he is wrong when he in
timates that The Bulletin entertains or
manifested contrary sentiments. Barton is
mistaken when he says that The Bulletin
said that the people of Carbondale, by do
ing all in their power to help the Normal
university management in their hour of
sore affliction, were entailing a heavy and
unnecessary expense upon the people of the
state at large. The Bulletin used this
argument, not with reference to tbe efforts
of the Carbondalians to temporarily relieve
the management, but with reference to tbe
aaked-for special session ot the legislature.
The Bulletin said nothing against re
building tbe institution. It is as heartily
in favor of rebuilding it, as speedily as may
be consistent with ordinary wisdom in the
management of public affaiis, as anyone,
anywhere; but it questions simply the
wisdom of holding a special session of the
legislature to provide for the re-erection of
the building now, particularly since , the
good people of Carbondale have taken such
energetic steps to provide an ample tem
porary abode for the institution, for which
they should be, and certainly will be, reim
bursed. If the existence of the school de
pended upon the immediate re-erection of
the building, none would be more heartily
in favor of prompt action by the legislature
than Tu Bulletin; and if it can be shown
that, even as it is, the cost of an txtrs ses
sion would be less than tbe loss tbat might
be occasioned by deferring action until the
next regular session, The Bulletin will
gladly lend what little influence it may
have with the powers that be, to bring
about au extra session and an ample appro
MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVENINGS.
BTLENDID OPERATIC TREAT.
The arrival of the Grau English Opera
Combination ia looked forward to with a
good deal of interest, it being the only first-
class troupe in every particular which hss
visited Cairo since the opera house was
open. Their repertorie embraces grand as
as well as light comic opera, in both roles
the compmy excelling. "Mascotte" and
the "Pirates of Penzance" have been
selected by special request for presentation
here, and cannot help giving satisfsctlon.
This is the laat entertainment which will
be given at the opera' house for about two
weeks, and it is to be beped a grand audi
ence will be in attendance.
. It is unnecessary except as an introduc
tion, to remark tbat Benjxmin Franklin is
tbe printer's apostle. Tbey usually meet a
printing office. The office was to him, in
his education, more than any academy or
college was to any other man. When he
edited his newspaper and editors then
were all printers be was addressed by bis
correspondents as "Mr. Printer." That thou
was the title of honor. We find tbe practice
universal in all newspapers seventy n've or
one-hundred years ago. The newspapers of
New England the Boston Couraut, the
Concord Patriot, the Worcester Spy, the
Hampshire Gszette were all edited by the
printers who printed them. Honorable
among them stood the names of Isaiah
Thomas, Wm. Butler, Johnathan Judd,
Isaac Hill, W. Earle, and they were always
addressed as "Mr. Printer." Willis, the
father of the poet, N. P. Willis, was a
printer in Boston, and bis poet son was bis
apprentice. Thurlow Weed was a printer,
and gloried in it; and so was bis associate,
Rolomou Southwortb. Geo. p. MorriB, the
poet, and many ethers of distinction were
printers. Samuel Richardson, the father of
tbe ancient printers. Hooper Warren, one
of tbe oldest editors of Illinois, has only tbe
education of tbe printing office. He used
to set up bis editorials from the case with
out writing. Horace Greeley is one of the
specimens of the modern printer srrivingat
distinction as a journalist. The news
papers of ths land took a new departure
under tbe inspiration of his genius. Wm.
Lloyd Garrison, the intense abolitionist,
was sprinter, and gained the wondrous
power of his pn from his trainiug at the
case. J.B. Walker, D.D., author of the
great book, "Philosophy of tbe Plan of
Salvation," was a printer's apprentice and
journeyman until he entered college. Hon.
E. B. Witshburne, our Illinois statesman,
was a printer before be was a lawyer.
President Angell, of Michigan University,
late minister to China, was a printer and a
Simon Cineron, the so-called bnss oi
Pennsylvania, was a printer, and gained his
position and hold upon his statu through
his newspapers. To a correspondent Mr.
Cameron made illusion to public men wl o
were printers. Referring to Boyd Curn
mings and Dointer Cuoninghum, of the
navy, be said, "Cunningham used to be a
printer. I had him app liuted tothe navy
thirty-five years ago, and he has got to be a
high officer. Gen. Drum, aiijutaut general
of the army, was a printer, and a good one,
too. I had bim appointed a lieutenant in
the army during tbe Mexican war. I like
to tell these fellows, as tbey grow in im
portance, where they came from; and they
ought to be proud of it, too. It is a good
sign to see a man begin at the bottom and
reach the top of the ladder." Here the dis
tinguished statesman, who began life in the
lowest corner, and has himself reached the
highest attitude in the esteem of the peo
ple and in public importance, related to the
company a most interesting story of a re
cent visit to the home of a son of the old
master to whom be was apprenticed
as a printor nearly seventy years
ago, who learned the printer's
trade with him. He now lives in Indiana,
at tbe advanced age of eight-eight years.
The pleasure which General Cameron
evinced at reviving the recollections of his
youth told better than language bow warm
his heart is toward his early struggles.
This strong fidelity to borne and friends is
what has, more than anything else, givo to
General Cameron that hold on the popular
heart which brought with it power and
high station outrunning most men's life
time. A journeyman printer of Chicago
was seen wending his way to Pittsburg.
Wben asked where be was going, he sa d
he was going to see Simon Cameron, for
whom he had worked as a jour. Tbe illus
trates the hold he bad upon men to make
them his friends.
Since journalism has become a profes
sion, to be followed by, those who have
been educated . in colleges, the style of tbe
printer has somewhat declined in the popu
lar estimation. But hss the style of the
editorial risen in proportion? It is a pity
that tbe printer should lose the thought
that the office io which he is trained is his
college, granting bim extraordinary facili
ties for an education that fits him for all
emergencies, jrom which ha can graduate
to high possibilities. Printers Cabinet.
W. F. LaXBDin, river editor ot Tea Bm.LiTi
end steamboat paaaeoL'er agent. Ordera for all
kinds of eteemboet Job priming aoltelted. OlUce
at Bower's European Ilutol. No. 7t Ohio leTee.
STAOES OF THE JtlVEB.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 8 p. m. 23 feet 5 inch and falling.
Chattanooga, Dec. 8. River 9 feet 6
inches and stationary.
Cincinnati, Dec. 8. River 11 feet 10 in
Louisville, Dec. 8. River 6 feet 8
inches and falling.
Nashville, Dec. 8. River 6 feel 2 in
dies and falling.
Pittsburg, Dec. 8. River 2 feet 11 in
ch and stationary.
St. Louis, Dec. 8. River 0 feet 1 in
dies and falling. . ,
The Belle of Shreveport passed up for
Cincinnati yesterday at 3 a. m. She had
700 tons on board.
Tbe Guiding Star from Cincinnati will
arrive here to-morrow on ber way south.
Passengers going south by river make a
note of this and to secure good rooms get
your tickets from W. F. Lambdin, agent.
The . Now Mary Houston from New Or
leans will report early to-morrow morning
for Cincinnati. The Houston is first-class.
"The City of Baton Rouge from St. L'.uis
left here for New Orleans yesterday. She
bad a very good trip.
Ths Andy Bautu from Cincinnati arrived
at 4 a. m, yesterday. She discharged about
SO tons and added equally as much. She
had a nice trip, departed for Memphis at (I
The Vint Shiukle is billed for Cairo this
day and you can rely on her meeting her
engagements. See W. F. Lambdin for
passage rates to Cincinnati or way points.
The Hudsom from Shawneetown passed
passed up for St. Louis last night. She
had a big trip.
The Arkansas City from Vicksburg will
report for St. Louis early this morning.
Tbe John A. Scudder is due in tbe morn
ing for New Orleans.
The Belle Memphis from St. Louis is due
to-night for Vicksburg.
The B. S. Uhea from Nashville will like
ly come through this trip, if so, she is due
A Specific for Change of Life.
We are in receipt of a letter from J. T.
Hamby, E?q., of Floral, Ark., in which the
writer says: "Samaratine Nervine cures
female decline, and during the change of
life it ia a specific." Suggestive tacts,
The Queens of Society
are among the stanchest advocates of beau
tifying SOZODONT, which communicates
to the teeth the glistening whiteness of
snow, arrests tbeir decay, renders spongy
and ulcerated gums healthy, and breath
mide offensive by defectivs teeth made as
sweut aa honeysuckle. Ladies, ye were
mide to ctptivate, make your conquests
sure and swiff, your empire over male
hearts lastiog hy its sovereign aid. I be
fashionable world declares there is nothing
KucKien s Arnica salve
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and nil Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It ia guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents pT box. For sale by Barclay
We cannot help noticing the liberal offer
made to all invalids and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You are requested to call at Barclay
Bros' drug store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you are suffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Loss ot Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of the throat
or lungs. It will positively cure you. (6)
Of the many remedies before the public
for nervous debility and weakness of
nerve generative system, there is none equal
to Allen's Brain Food, which promptly and
permanently restores all lost vigor; it never
tails. $1 pkg., 6 for 5. At druggists.
Wcrtny of Praise.
As a rule we do not recommend Pateut
Medicines, but when we know of one that
really is a public benefactor, aud does
positively cure, then we consider it our
duty to impart ' that ' information to all
Electric Bitters are truly a most valuable
medicine, and will surely cure Biliousness,
Fever and Ague, Stomach, Liver and Kid
ney Complaints, even when all other rem
edies fail. Wo know whereof we speak,
and can freely recommend them to all.
Exch Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Bar
clay Bros. (6)
None But First Class Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry auJ Silverware one
should have the best or none. Messrs
Suuklky & Co., Chicago, arc ranking' a
specialty oi nne goods, ana u you neen
anything in Watches, in rlnst and water
proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jowulry,
send to Shurlcy & Co., thpy will send a
single article at the dozen price. They are
vouched for and endorsed by the United
States Express Co- American express Co.j
Southern Express Co., P. W. Palmer, Post
master of Chicago, Gcn'l A. C. Smith, Ex
State Treasurer, and many others. Goods
sent on approval, with privilege of examin
ation, enabling you to do purchasing at
home. Remember, Sliurley & Co., 77 State
Street, Chicago, 111. Send to their new
AND BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE,
Frovent sickness by taking occasjomlly
one of Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, a
wonderful appetizer, an absolute cure of
Biliousness. 15 cents. 1 t (4) 4
Tbe most delicate peroos enjfy taking
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, gives whole
some appetite, put new iife in a broken
down body.-15 conti. ., ..(5)
Wm. Ludwig & Co.,
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL AVENUE, CAIRO, ILL.
Highest Market Prices Paid for
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
Wm. Ludwio; & Co.
1 ? J Pel 51 1 II IN
rgw drops applied to the surface will Penetrate to the very Bone,
uid almost Instantly RCLIEVI VAIN! It will not Soil Clothing,
nor diacolor the Skin, or leave disagreeable effects of anv krml. It
has wo KQUAr.forthe Cure of
Sore Throat, Pains In the
and is equally efficacious (or all
requiring a ixjwenui amusive
Ask your Druggist for It. Price
Prepared only by JACOB 8. MERRELL,
Wholeaale Pnifrgtat. ST. LOUIS, SSQ
No Lontrer Needed.
The old fistiuinert, glow-acting planter! "tnnft
go." lknnou'9 Cupaiha I oroui J'laatera art tbe
beft. 2." centa,
PATMW fttlR'tici., (4 ditaigna).' Romethlng
UAltio good. .Vailed on receipt of tents
In atampa. UKAKNK & CO , I'.O. Hoi 1 8?. N.Y.
YrANTKD-IjiiUea and jonug men wishing to
' ' earn Si to a eyory dar quiutty at their bomea ;
work furnished; sent ny mall; no canvassing; no
stamps required for reply. Please address ED W.
K. uAVIs 4 tu.,58 Mouth Main Ht., Fall Hiver,
Ely's Cream Balm,
cream Balm has gained an enviable reputation
wberrver kuowu; displacing all other preparations.
Send forcircular coutalotog fall Inform tlnn and
reliable teititnon'ale. By mail, prepaid, SO cent a
packm taiapn received. rold hy all wholeaale
and retail rtruagl.tg. ELY'S KKAM liAl.M CO.,
Owevo, New York.
rus, ric , uyroii. sec., .Mra.
rownlng, .'i5c., Campbell, 40c,
haucer, tioc., Dante, Hie., Orydej
50c , Wocthe, Tile, (Joldeniiih, 5c, Ucmane, f ,
Iliad and Odysey, Tile , ilood. M)c., IngeloW. 50c.,
Keats, 4'., Meredith, 50c, Ml '.ton, SOo.. Moore,
fttc, t'opo Mic. Poe, 40r. , Schiller, Site., Scott. 50c
'lenuvson, 6(k.v Virii,4.re., and others. Flue clots
binding. Sent for emmlna Ion before payment
on evidence of good faith Catalogue free NOT
sold by deaers. JOHN B., ALU UN, Publisher,
18 Ve-ey St., New York, fj i
I have a positive remedy! or th above disease ; by lta
na thnnunds nf eiwi of the worst kind and ot lona
BinAin k bm arl. ln4eto atronais my
fait h in tta efficacy , that 1 Fill send TWO Btrf T.a
FRKK, togetuar with a VALUABLE TEEA.T1BK on
tbie diaoaae. t
address. XB. T. A. SLOCUM. 181Pearl8t.,New V
thifl riiafuiMaK to inr ufffrni xirPM and P. (X
ri Dk.nrjw j"
Wl l UVVT A TBACHKHI Soper'a
Instantaneous Unide to Keva of riano
and Oman. 1'rlce SI . Will teach any person
to pla ;0 pieces of music in one day You could
not lear. it from a tuueber in a month for $30. Try
It and be convinced, hum p'e copy wll. he mailed
to any address on receipt of is cents in stamps by
HKAKNR A ) , Pnhlishers, P. (. Box 4M N. I.
I CURE FITS!
When I Bay ur" Id, not mean merely to atfipthsm
for a tune awl then hve them return Vjint j, "MO a
radical cure. I have mad thedinaeot trio, til 1
LEI'8YORFALLINaSI0KNR88alifeJongatndy. I warrant my remedy to core the worst oaeee. Because
othen I bavefailed is no renson lor not now receiving a
my infallible remedy. Give Express and Postoffioe. It
costs yon notbin for a trial, and I will core yon.
Address Da. U. O. ROUT. lsJ Pearl St. New York.
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A regular Ornrlunre) of two medical
colleges, bin lieen lunger engaged In the treat
ment of (')irouio. Nervous, e-lUn and
rilood IMseaw than any other nh VBlelan In
St. Louts, as city papeM shew an J all old rest
dents know, t'onoi'iatlon ..t oftlee or k mall,
free and Invited. A friendly taikor bis opinion
costs nothing. When It islnconvenlent tovislt
the city .or treatment, medicines can be sent
by mull or express verviiere. Curable easel
iriihrantreil; where doubt exists It 1 frankly
Itated. Call or Write.
yarTous Prostration, Debility, Mnntal and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affea
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Ehsumatisia, Piles.' Bpeoial
attention to caswa from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imp rudenoes, EicesseSj
Indulgences or Exposures.
It Is self-evident that a physician pay Ins;
particular attention to acl of cases attaint
treat skill. iid plivtielan 111 reaular praellee
all over the rountrv kuowlnit this, freipiently
recommend oases to the eldest oftlee in America,
wher everv knowir uppliHiire Is resorted lo,
anil 'be rov1 stood remedies' or all
sues and countries am ued. A whole house l
used loroillce iuriMes, and all sre treated w lib
skill In a renprelful nunner; and. knowing
what to do. no experiment are made. Onae
count of the a rent number 'applying, the
charges are kept I""'. often lower than la
demanded bv others If you secure the skPI
ami (ret a p,eil anil jtfili rt 1U rnre. that la
the Important iiibMit. I'liiiphlet. M pugct,
tent to any addtese free.
plates, I MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages.
Elecant cloth and (.'lit Mndlnir Scaled for SO
cents In postaiie or eiirreney Over Itfty won
derful pen pictures, true to life articles on the
following mil'lei'ta. Whn may marry, whonot;
why f Proper aire to marry. Vt hp marry first.
Jlanhnoil, Womanhood. Physical decay. Mho
hmilil marrv. Howllieand happiness may be
iiiercwmd. Those iiisrrtnl or contemplating
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