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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, M.
The JTreacher's Quiet Habits.
Sedeptary and studious menj
sometimes' become prostrated be
fore tUyJkow it. Those who
spend much time in close mental
work, and neglect to take enouek
exerciser often find their stomachs
unable to do the work of digestion.
The liver1 becomes torpid. The
bowels act irregularly. The brain
refuses, o ' serve as it once did.
Their preaching becomes a failure,
and there is a state of general mis
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 :
frfenda 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 preparation 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
on other folks as welL 3
A Valuable Discovery f'r supplying Magnetism to
las Unman Sya'em. Electricity and Magnetism
utilised aa new before for iieallngtbe hick.
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T Karl' did, the following diseases wlthoutmed
Iclne: Paiss i Tua sack, airs, mad oa libs,
snvous BiaiLirr, lombaoo. oNtaai. on un,
MIPMATiaM, rikALTUa, MIlsULaiA, aCIATIA,
DiesASSs or tub smssri,, spinal DiaaAaia, maris
uvaa. Goat, Seminal (missions, impotence,
Aatbma, Hea'l Dtrease, Dyspepsia, Constipation.
Xrvalpelas, Indiiiesilon. Hernia or Kupiare, Cat
arrh, Pile, Kpllepty, Domb Ague, etc.
When any debility of the UKNKHATlVK OK
GANtt occura, Loat Vitality, Lack of Nerve Force
and Vigor, Wasting Weakness, and all those Dis
eases of a personal nature, trom whatever came,
tba continuous stream of magnetism permeating
through the parta, most restore tbem to a healthy
action. There ie do mlaiake about this App.f
auce. TO THE LADIES: lT.K
Weakness of the Spine. Falling of the Womb,
Lencerrhoea, Chronic Inflammation ur Ulceration
f ths Womb, Incidental Hemorrhage or Flooding,
Painful, suppressed and irreraiar aenatrnation,
Barrenness, and Change of Life, thla It the Beet
Appliance and Curative Areol known.
For ell forma of Female Didieuitlee U 1 uaftir
passed by anything before In vet ted. both aa a
earatlve agent and a a aource of power atd vital
taallon. Price of either Belt with Magnetic Insoles, 10,
ent by express 0 O. D. and examination al
lowed, or by mall on receipt of price lo ordering
and meaaure of walit ana elie of ahoe Kemlt
Uneecan be made In currency, rent In letter at
The Magnetic Oarmente are adapted to all agei,
are worn over the underclothing (ti"l next to the
body like the many Galvanic and Electric Hum
baga advrtia-d ao extensively), and ehould be
.tak off at mgbt. They hold tkelr POW8K
PURETKIUand are wore at all eeaaona of the
Send it amp for the "New Departure In Medical
Treatment Wltho it Medicine," with thousands of
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nrrency (in letter at our risk! wit.i stziol ehne
vaually worn, and try a pair of our Magnetic
tolea, and he convinced of the power residing la
oar other Magnetic Appllaurca. Polllvely no
cold feet when they are war, or money refunded .
and MALARIA. 5
From these aoareet arise tbrow-fonrflM of
tha disease of the human raoe. These
ajmptoma Indicate their existence : 1am ef
Appatite, Bowels eoatlve, Sick Bead
ache rallneas altar eating, averalon to
, eiertlon of body or oalad, Eraetatloa
f af tood. Irritability of tamper, Low
f ptrita, A fUaF ' havrlng neglected
matt dntj, Msxilseu, Flattering at tha
Heart, Dote before the eyes, highly col
or d Urine, CONSTIPATION, and de
mand the use of remedy that acta directly
on the Liver. As a Liver med kdna TCTT'i
PILLS have no equal. Their action on the
Kidneys and Skin is also prompt ; removing
ail Impurities through these three " ev
omagra of tha system," producing appe
tite, aoand digestion, regular stools, a clear
' akin and a vigorous body. TTTTS PILLS
' cause no nausea or griping nor Interfere
with daily work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
HE FEELS LIHB A HEW MAJf.
MI have had Dyspepsia, with Constipa
tion, two years, and have tried ten different ;''
kinds of pilla, and TTJTT are the first ,
that have dona me any good. They have i
cleaned me out nicely. My appetite la '
splendid, food digest readily, and I now
nave natural passages. I feel like a new
-man."' ' W. D. EDWARDS, Palmyra, a
SoldeveTVwhere.aSe. Office, 44 Murray 8t.,N.T.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
, GkaT Hair or Whtseebs changed In
stantly to a GLO88T Black by a single ap.
plication of this DTK. Sold by Druggist,
or sent by express on reoelpt of fl. '
Office, 44 Murray Street, New York,
TITTS MAHAL OF USEFIL RECEIPTS Fill.
.THE BEST THING KNOWN
In Bard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
RATES LABOR. TIMK and SOAP AMAZ
. jAinvra PTLE. NEW YQBK.
I Slate & Monroe St..ChiCiOO.
Vt'lll imH ytrM wny nAIrm IMr
lof iMtraiMKU, Sulla, Cip SilM,
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BHTKUED AT THK CAIEO fU8TOFFI0K FOB
t'KANBM IS8I0N THBODOH THK MAILS AT
tSCOND CLAB1 HATK8.
An Irving B?heaml.
The stae of the Stnr Theatre. Peo
ple gathered about the wins, nome Nit
ting, nonie Htanilin', all expectant. At
the front kownrdH tho footlights a buneh
Hht, a tablo and two or three ehairs.
' Winter Mr. Trvinn; with Miss Terry on
his arm. He eaU Mis-4 Terry on one
side of the stajve near the boxes. After
greeting most of tho people by name
and in a kindly tone, through which,
however pierces authority, he Hits on a
chair at the prompt tabic, ami the re
hearsal of 'Louis XI' begins. Mr. Love
day, the stage manager, and tho most
important man Irving has, sits besido
him ami says:
'Now, then, gentlemen, Louis XI,
aet iirst," and the rehearsal goes on in
earnest. When the moment comes for
Louis XI to appear, Mr. Lovcday sim
ulates the part ami reads the lines,
placing himself at tho positions Irving
would be at in the performance. Ir
Ting watches all this occasionally say
ing: "I think it would bo better to do it
so, or so," and he indicates the gesture
or position he would like. Hut it is all
done suggestively and not in any tone
of order. If Mr. li ving has any objec
tion or remonstrances to make, he nev
er humiliates the actor by doing it bo
fore the others. He will say; for in
stance: "I should like that scene done
again. Please wait, Mr. , until the
rehearsal Is over, and we will go over
it together," and then when all the
others have left he will make whatever
observations he thinks riewssary to the
party in error. All his conduct to his
people in this way, is kind and con
siderate. While the rehearsal proceeds, Mr.
Irving does not leave his chair at the
prompter's table. He watches every
movement. Occasionally Miss Terry
walks over and makes a whispered sug-
estioti to Mr. Lovcday or Mr. Irving.
ut the work goes on without interrup
tion, and the corrections are made af
terwards, or at the next rehearsal.
Now and then Mr. Irving makes a
memorandum of an idea that strikes
him for his own part. Hut he never
rehearses in public, himself -that is to
say, with the full company. AVo York
Mr. Frank M. Cl.nk I'n.ted Nates
Fish rotnmissi.iiicr, i.M t..pin at the
Boody tor a few lav while in-pecting
the hatcherv in this city. Lat evening
a L'ummtrrltl Tiiriui representative
called upon Mr. Clark to learn some
thing of the work that is being done, by
"Our principal work," said Mr.
Clark, "is the gathering and hatching
of the eg's of the whitclish, brook
trout, and California, trout. I am uow
engaged in gathering whiteiih eggs
and placing them in the hatcheries at
Alpena and Northville. Their capacity
at Alpena is 7.V"").K0. and the North
ville hatchery !:2.Uh0,(xh) es, ami we
expect to fill them lxth this scan.
We were very successful last year, ami
stocked the waters of the lakes with
some tine tish. The catch this year at
Alpena and Saginaw Hay is the largest
ever known, and it is due, so the lih
eimen Say, to the plants that we made
there. Lake St. ( lair and the Detroit
river are doing well also. We have
now been at work for three years, and
the lih are large enough to catch the
fall after they are two years old. 1
hav now at Northville some whit' ti.h
hatched last March. They are now
eight inches long and doing well, and
I pm clo-ey watching their develop
ment.' The United Slates Commiosioii
Imve nien sta"''rd all-a long the lakes
fathering the eggs, and we intend to
pather more eggs than the three stales
eomlrincd that have hatcheries Mich
igan has a capacit for tni.iKHi.iNrf). Ohio
a"litile over 6',ii'M),(hki ami Wisconsin
aliollt " SO.tMtO.IHMV We will put up
1,")0.(X)O,W at least. My department
includes the lakes and the ehad-tisher-ies.
I have just received word from
the London Fisheries Exhibition that I
have been awarded several medals, di
plomas and prizes on my alcoholic dis
play of preserved tish and other things.
1 intend visiting the state habtiery in
the morning; have ju-t conic from in
specting the one at Sandusky." Tulc
tig Commercial Tdcjram.
V "Shake Shtaysln.''
"My boy Shake he comes a big shoke
oil me," said a pleasant-faced farmer
at the Gratiot Avenue Station yester
day I --.
; "How was that?"
"Vhell, Shake wa9 radder lazy und
he eat more on der table ash two - men.
Last vheek he shtrikes on me for
"ls he of age?"
"Oh, no. Shake vhas only 16. I
doan' pelief he can earn his poard rait
anv farmer, und so I tells him I vhas
'willing to poard un'd clothe him, und if
some circus comes along I gif him feef
ty oenta. , Dot vhas goot enough for a
boy mit sooch an appetite. But vhat
you pelief Shake does?"
"Ho comes to town und drinks some
peer und vhas arrested und sent up
mit dor workhouse for soexty days. If
I take hiin out I haf to bay ten "dollar
cash, i Dot vhas a big shoke on me,
und Shake he laughs all oafcr him
self." "Why don't you leave him in there
to serve out his time? He gets his
board and clothes, and you have noth
ing for him to do at home iu tho win
ter" "By fehiminy, but I nefer totight of
dot pefore! Dot's so dot's so! Shake
vhas no goot at home, und vhas only
expense on me. If I doan' pay dot ten
dollar don ho shtays in."
"And the joke is on him."
"Dot's so dot's so. If I take him
out he laugh pehind my pack mit der
Eoys. If f leaf bim in I go oop to see
im onos a vheek und make some grins
und ask him how it vhas so far he goes.
Shake shtays in. Ha! ha! ha!, I vhas
tickled alreadyl" Detroit free Presi.
W. P. Lamsdi. river editor ol fas Bdli.iti
and ateamboat oaaaenirer stent. Orden for all
kinds of iteamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Bower's Boropean Hotel. No. Tl Ohio letea.
ST AO El OF TUB RtVEK.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 0 p. at. lCfeet, 10 inches and falling.
Chattanooga, Doc 13. River 3 feet 7
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Dec. 13. River 10 feet 2 in
ches and falling. .
Louisville, Dec. 13. River 5 feet 10
inches and falling.
Nashville, Dec. 13. River 12 feet 8 in
ches and rising.
Pittsburg, Dec. 13. River 4 feet 2 in
ches and falling.
St. Louis, Dec. 13. River 0 feet 3 in
ches and rising.
The Wyoming from Jiew Orleans with
700 tons of freight, passed up for Cincinna
ti yesterday 6 a. m.
The crew of the Will S. Hays from Capt.
Tichenor down to the last man got the
"bounce" at Memphis the other day. A
cleaa sweep was made and a new adminis
tration altogether tas been adopted.
Capt. Tichenor, one of the most popular
ateamboat commanders on the Ohio, Mis
sissippi or any other river,, has retired
from the Will S. Hays and will take com
mand of the Carrier to run from Cincinnati
to New Orleans.
Capt. Alf Cutting, ot Metropolis, was a
passenger on the Ous Fowler yesterday and
left for St. Louis by railroadjlast night.
The Andy Baum from Memphis arrived
here at 7 s. m. yesterday, just one hour be
biud the Wyoming. She bad a big trip of
freight and people.
The Annie P. Silver passed up for St.
Louis at i a. m. yesterday. She had a
The City of Vickiburg from below pass
ed up for St. Louis yesterday morning.
She discharged 600 bales of cotton here.
The Hudson from St. Louis passed up
last night for Paducah and Shawneetown.
The J. H. Hillman from Nashville dis
charged a big trip here and left on her re
turn for the Rock City at 9 a. m. yesterday.
A light rainfall all day yesterday and the
prospect for a protracted dampness looks
The Ohio is swelling fast at Pittsburg.
Thtb&dat Evemho, Dec. 13, 1883.
The rivers are falling fast, and will soon
be at their usual stage for this season of the
FLOUR. We have no chenze to note.
The market drags and sales are bar 1 to
HAY. The inquiry is exclusively for
small bale hay of fancy grade. Common
and large bale hay is neglected.
CORN. New is most of it not in good
condition and buyers are holding off.
Prices are a shade lower than at the open
ing ot last week.
OATS. The demand is light and stocks
moderate. Prices are shaded in favor of
MEAL. Quiet and dull. The demand
is light and prices lower.
BRAN. Scarce and in demand.
BUTTER. Strictly choice is in active
request.' Common grades are dragging.
EGGS. Scarce and Arm. Arrivals are
short of the local demand. :
POULTRY. Live chickens are dull and
plenty. Turkeys are scarce and in de
mand. APPLES. Only choice and fancy will
sell. Prices are a shade higher.
POTATOES AND ONIONS.-Dull and
Sales ana Quotations.
NOTE. The prices Dare riveo are for sale from
Brsthandsln round lots. An advance Is
Jchareed for broken lotain fliilncorders.
- "-' FLOUR
00 bhls various grades..
...4 SOQB IS
-a Botfro so
.. . i 4 Ml
tuu Dois ismiiy
100 bbls cho'ce.......,
S cars gilt edge small bale 11 no
T care choice Timothy lerse bales .. 10 00
1 car mixed 0 00
1 car good pnme 10 00
cars new mixed In balk ..
i cars new wblte In bulk....
Scars new white In sacks..
2 cars choice . in bnlk
2 cars mixed In balk si
1 car, In tacks, del 83
No. J Red, per bu .....
No. i Mediieraneao....
800 bbls Citron orders I 35
400 pounds choice Northern packed VXtti
300 pounds choice Northern dairy
600 pounds Southern Ills 1511
too pounds creamery......
TOO pounds choice roll ......................
v " '" EOUS. - , '
100 doaen..... w K
600 dosen .
Large choloe .....' 10 00
Small iw .mi i. .......... ....... . . .! a 00
8 coops mixed
Dressed. ..... .....
,aails per dos 1 00
enifon carcass 4c
Venison saddles ., S&Ue
wild turkeys per dosen ( 003 00
Wild ducks per doxen 1 50
Per bhl choice Ren Daris .S 333 50
" ' Roma H. antr S liVLt SO
Bmall Tarletlea 1 M)
Choice Wlnesaps .... 50&3 00
Senatona ...m.ll 0Q&4 50
Choice red ,
Potatoei per bush Peach Blow V4l
Potatoesipor bosh Earlr Hose.- i&38
Potatoes per bbl 1 its
According to size 10 013 00
Floe unwashed ..
.. . HMMH ... . .....M.
H. C. Haius....
Bldei , .none
kt. Johns V
Onto River 1 tl
9 bushel burlaps,
ft bushel "
Peaches, halves and uuarters
Bearr per pound.
10 to 6fi
10 to 45
10 to 5 i
50 to 2 50
75 to S 00
8 to 15
00 to 9 00
Dry Flint choice....
Sheep Pelts, dry...
Sheep Pelts, green..
Damaged Hides. ...
ti 75:) 01
.. 4 50 5 Oi
4 7S W
1 ytt T ti
..... 7 50 't
HATKS OF FltClOUT. ,
Grain Hay Flour
Vcwt. IJewt. Wbbl.
Memphis U 15 2i
tt v Or!eans,...M 17'i 25 35
Helena. Ark u 172 x
KlinePt(. Miss VVZ 22 M 45
. Vlckshure. Prentess Bouse 2S4 oer cwt. hight-r
All other wsv points below Memphis toNuw Or
leans, fame ratea aa to b. tneaion.
If People T ill Chew,
they should counteract the injurious edict
ot tohacco opon the teeth, with the ster
ling preservative and purifier, SOZODONT,
which not only whitens the teeth and rend
ers the guuis healthy, but banishes from
the breath every objectiouable odor. Cer
tain tooth powders, pastes sad washes, al
though they cleanse, also injure the dental
enamel, but this matchless toilet auxiliary
preserves and strengthens it. Its origin is
botanic and its flavor and odor delightful.
"A Celebrated Case."
It seems probable that Mr. Michael
O'Conuor, of Osleshurg, III., is not related
to the celebrated Charles O'Connor. He
says: "Samaritan Nervine cured me of
dyspepsia and general debility."
Fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can be saved by us
ing proper judymeut in taking care of the
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electrio Bitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty cents. Tribune; Sold by Bitrclay
Bros. "' ' ; "; 1 1: ; (1)
KncKien's Arnica salve
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
35 cents pur box. For sale by Barclay
Brothers. . , '
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.
' Free ot Cost.
All persons wishing to test the merits of
a great remedy one that will positively
euro Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Broochitis, or any affection of the Throat
and Lungs are requested to call at Bar
clay Bros' drug store and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
what a regular Qollar-size bottle will do. (1)
None Bnt First Clsus Goods.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have the best or none. ' Messrs.
Shcblkt &, Co., Chicago, are making a
specialty ol fine goods, and if you need
anything in Watches, in dust and water
proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
send to Shurley & Ol., they will send a
single article at the dozen price. They 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, and many others. Goods
sent on approval, with privilege of examin
ation, enabling -you to do purchasing at
home. . Remember, Shurley & Co., 77 State
Street, Chicago, HI. Sehd for thjur ve
AKD BEAUTIFULLY I LLOTTUAT1D C A T A LOO D F .
' ' ' .;-! lOlS-Sn
Wm. JLudwie: & Co.,
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL ''AVENUE, , CAIRO, ILL.
Highest Market Prices Paid for-
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
Wm. Ludwig & Co.
few DBOPS applied to the surface
Mia almost instantly relieve
nis Aimnsrm Vt A flVIm nn Iabva
ifi'i u AO WAV a uo uauiij m icaiv mnni . etiric cuU k ail J iVlHUa 11
has wo equal for the Cure of Rheumatism. Sprains. BrrtixeH,
ptiff Joint, Nenrsvlflim Lame
aore xnroac, araina in uie
mid Is eiiially cmcactonM lor all
reuuiniK a powenui amusivo siiruuianu see wemu s
Ask ymir Druggist (or Jt. Price M
Ireparcd only by JACOB 8. IdTXRBJELL,
Wholeaala Prngylat, ST.
No Longer Seeded.
The oM-fustiioned, slaw-acting plasters "must
go." Bodsou a Cupaise Porous f lasters are tbe
est. !ij CMits,
PAT?Tix 'Esthetlcn, designs). Something
jn.ii,Lrj good. Mailed on receipt of S cent
In etamps. UK A UN K A CO , P.O. Box 1 87.N.Y.
yAN'J'Kl)-J.aille and yonng men wishing to
' ' earn SI to W8 ever, dar quietly at their homea;
work furnished : sent by mail ; no canvassing; no
stamps required for reply. Please address El) W.
F. UAVia i CO., 58 Mouth Main Ut., Fall Kiver,
Ely's 1 Cream Balm,
Cream Balm has gained an enviable reputation
wherever known ; displacing all oi her preparations,
bend for circular containing fnll Inform Hon and
reliable testimonials. Ky mail, prepaid, 50 cents a
packaif etamps received, bold by all wholesale
and retail dru'l.ts. KLV'8 UK AM BALM CO.,
Owego, New Yi.rk.
MjTIIU "urns, sue. ityrou. 50c., Mrs.
Un Browning. E5c.. Campbell, 40c ,
--M-KJ Chancer, 0c., Dante, 0c., brydea
50c . (roethe, T0c., tioldnmith. 5c, llemans, 5oc.,
Iliad and Odys-ey, TOc , Hood, 50c, IugeloW. 50c.,
Keots, 4 ic., Meredith, V"r.. Milton, 50c, Moore,
60c., Pope. 5iic. Poe, 40c , Schiller, aoe., Scott, 50c
Tennvson, 60c. , V'lritit, .'e., auri others. Fine cloth
binding bent for rxaminaMon fcefora payment
ou evidenceof good fnith Catalogue free NOT
sold by flea era. .KIUM B. ALUDN, l'uhllsber,
1 Ve-ey tit., New York. i
1 have a pomUve romady fnr ibe above diise i Ita
nae tbousands ' caant of the wont kind and of Ion
sUndiaa have bn cured. Indeed, o troncis m
faith in 7s ettica., that I will send TWO BOTTLES
FHKK. toxetiiw with a VALUABLK TRKATISK on
thiadiaeana.to any sufferer. (iivaaxpntMand P. (a
addreea. 1)B. T. A. SLOOTJ M. 1S1 Pearl SU.New Yo
Hf ITmir WITHOUT A TKACUEUl Soper's
III UO!l InstRiitHuuousUuide Ui Keys of Piano
and Oman. Price $1. iU teach any person
to pla; '.0 pieces of music In one day. Yon could
not lear it from a butcher iu a month for $20.. Try
it and he convinced Sump e copy wtl. be mailed
to any address on receipt of '21 cents in stamps by
H8AKNK CO., Publishers, P.O. Box 1487, N.i.
I DURE FITS!
When i my cue 1 do not mean nxrelrtostopMiem
for a time and than have tbem return ar" ain, I mean a
radiral euro. I have madft thediaoaaeorHTH, Erl.
I warrant my remody to eure the wurtt eaaae, Baoaoae
others have tailed is no reaann for not now receiving a
hend at once lor a Treatise ana arm uniin ni
my infallible remedy, tiiya Eipreea and Poatoffloe. It
nu nmning inr a mai. ana i win mira yon. .
roue Ou. II. O. BOOT, lnil Pearl St.. Hew Tort
617 St Cbcrles Street, ST. LOUIS, HO.
A regular Ui'iduuM of two mod I fa!
eollegea, bus liecn Puller enitiiKed In thefrest
ment of Chroui". Nervous, bUlil and
lllood Olse.ises than uny other physlrlan In
St. Louis, as city papers aliew and all old real
dentil know. ('oii&n'tat!n t oflleeor e mall,
free and Invited. A.frleully talk or hla opinion
costs iiothlni:. hen It lsfnconveiilenttovlalt
the city .or treatineiit, iiiedielnea can beaent
by mall or express i-vervwhere. Curable easel
guaranteed : wIhtv dobbl eUU It Is frankly
Elated. Call oi Write. ..,
Nervons Proatratioa, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weaknesa, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from faprjdenees.Excetsow.
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