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! i Dyspepsia. is BAP.
BAD in xis effects' on the disposi
tion. .The man who can't com
fortable digest his dinner is not
a delightful companion.
BAD in its effects on the house-,
hold. , It sets people at variance
with each other and makes them
irregular and unreasonable.
BAD in its effects on the purse.
A dvsnentic business man can't
manage his affairs as prosper-:
ously .as one . with a healthv
Brown's Iron Bitters is GOOD.
GOOD in its effects on the dys
peptic. It gives him a sound di
gestion andenables him to enjoy
. the food he swallows.
GOOD in its effects on the family.
It drives dyspepsia out, and with
it the, whole company of little de
mons that make home unhappy.
GOOD in its effects on business.
With a sound digestion a man
can face and overcome worries
and troubles which would wreck
Try Brown's Iron Bitters. 4
TO PRESEKYE THE HEALTH .
, I'm the Magneton Appliance Co.'s
Magnetic Lung Protector !
P-RIOE ONLY 85.
The. art priceless to ladim. ihtu and
Oa(UW With WIAKLCMOt; OOCMeOf MICMOB'A
ob ohoup If ever kn wn wban these
rannenta are worn. Toe; alio prevttnt and cure
iabt DirncuLTiii, ooLoe, kric.t:sm, nicnt.
14, TUaaaT TBOVSLSS, DirHTHIRI, CATABBB, AID
ALL BIVDBID OUtAlK. Will WltB any Service
forYHasa TiAU, Are worn over the under-cloth-lif.
CATARRH" 11 1 needless to describe the
A A iVlHHl, symptom of Ibis diuhoii dla
Me that I sapping the if. and atrength of only
too maoToftbe fairest aud beat of both aexea.
Labor, stady and research in America, Europe aad
Eastern laudf, have reealted in the Magnetic Lung
Protector, affording care for Catarrh, a remedy
which contains No Uncmina or ran Ststim, and
with the continuous stream of Manetum per
Beating, through the afflicted organ, Burr KB
VTOBB JfBBM TO A BBALTHT -OTIOM. A'l PLACB OUB
rales for tbii Appliance at less than one-twentieth
of the price aalted by olhera for rem edict upon
which yon tike all the chances, and i sifboul
LT iavrrt the patronage of the mart reasons who
haw tried oacooiaa thbib rroitcus without ar
mor. HOW TO OBTAIN fc ym
glit and aik for them. If they hare not got them,
write to the proprietor, enclosing the price la let
ter, st m risk, aad ther thail be aeot to tob at
one by taaiL, postpaid. . , . .
Send iuap for the "Mew Departure In Medi
cal Troatteut wtthopt tDiciia," with tbon
taada of testimonial.
TUB MAGNETON APHLIANCK CO.,
!8 Htate Street, Chicago, 111.
Hon. Send one dollar In poetage etampe or
earr.ncy (In letter at oar rik) with tlxe of ihoe
aally worn, aid try a pair of onr Magnetic In
aolee, and he convtuced of the power residing In
onr Segnetle Appliances. .Positively Bo cold feet
where ttiey are worn, or money refcnded. 106-ly
rpflEClTY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois).
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking Business
JIN'TKKPRfSE SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
Commercial Avenue aud Eighth , Street
f. BKOS8, Presideat.
I. WKU.H, Cashier.
I T. 1. Kerth, Ass't cash
T. Broie Cairo I William K'nie. .Cairo
Peter Neff " I WUIIam Wolf.... "
CM Oeterlob- " IC.O. Patier "
J.A. Buder, " I H. Welle ...
, ,-, : J. T. Cleaaeon, Caledonia.,
A UIB.IHAL BANKING BUSISKbS DOS E.
Ixchaoge'eold end bought. Interett paid it
the Having Department. Collect lone made and
all hnsla promptly attnded to.
Thli poroui plaster U
famous for lte quick
and hearty aetiea la
earing Lane Meek,
, . . . - n I j - tTIn VMmlirlL Rtlff Joint
aaAMeeelee.BcmOheJt. Kidney TronblM and all peine
eae aad Btimolatee the parte. The Ttrtuee of nope com
ttaed wHh rani elfn end ready to apply. Superior to
Ualmenta. lotlone and eelTee. Price eenti or I for
SS-tt'.-.SSI A GREAT
eelpt Of price Bop
ftoetrr Company, Pro.
prleton, Boeton, IUe.
The beet family pill made Hawley'i Stomach and
Itrtr IlIlA. Bc PlwwanttneftlonandeaeytotAhe.
JEW YORK BTORE,
WUOLE8ALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITV.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
;WjLwgwSfl. Cairo. ,111.
' CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
ill 1' '
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, PIALIM IB
FLOUB, GRAIN AND' BAT
ElxlMit Caah Vtk faid lor Wheat, i
The, Daily, Bulletin.
orncK: so. n omo lkvee.
OKFICIAL PAPKK OP AtBI ANUBR COUWTT,
KNTkllKIl AT TBB CAIKO PUttTOPPlOK Poll
t RANHMII8IOM TUKOUOH TUB HATM AT
SECOND CLABU HATKd.
Circuit court disposud ot several cues
yesterday forenoon, that were of minor im
portance. Ia the afternoou the case ot
Pbyllis Howard vs. J. V. II ill was taken
up. Plaintiff suet to recover a piano of
which defendant holds possession under a
claim of purchase. The case was still
pending when court adj mrned yesterday
and will betaken up and probably finished
this forenoon. Messrs. Mulkey and Let-k
represent the defendant and Linegar and
Lantden the plaintiff.
For the first time in many years Char
leston, Mo., was taxed for city purposes and
the people are delighted with the idea
are glad of the opportunity to exercise the
glorious privilege of citenship, and i-xurcise
the privilege with an evident fueling of
pride. It is argued that the paying of taxes
will induce many to take an interest in the
administration of public affairs, who other
wise would be entirely oblivious to them;
and this is doubtless true of all communi
ties. Heretofore the city of Charleston hss
derived all it needed for municipal expenses
from saloon licenses; but these n w fail to
produce the necessiry amount because of
an increase in the expenses owing to a gen
eral growth of the city.
THE "OLD SCRATCH" VS. BOYS IN
1 Dkab Bulletin : I am not onu of those
to whom the cloud is always visible with
out its silver lining. Yet while in your
town recently, though quite confused with
the rub and whirl of so many things going
onjl perceived that underneath the froth of
gaiety there lay a depth of misery. Peo
ple tell me their troubles, too, perhaps be
cause I am a motherly looking oil body;
and one complaint with people from abroad
is that their boys go to ruin when they go
Are the to really synonymous? During
my short stay there while I was on the
lookout not to be cheated out ot my very
yes, I'took the measure of the merchants
and their clerks, and whether it was shoes,
a sack of coffee, tinware or a piece of table
cloth we discussed, the conclusion I al
ways arrived at was that the gentlemen
I dealt with were reliable and worthy of re
spect . Tbetnembers of the medical and
legal professions pointed out to me were
quite as well calculated by their appear
ance to inspire one with confidence, while
thoas I inquired about were well spoken of.
Aid the editors there ia no use to mentioD
them. Everybody knows that an editor is
altogether lovely, besides being quite meek
Then I asked myself the cause of this
continual complaining about the morals and
drunkenness of Cairo. One morning I had
to listen ta quite a discourse on the present
state of religion, et cetera, by a trim, pre
cise young person who, judging by his gen
eral tone but particularly by his accent and
voice, was a stranger trom the northeast
corner ot the Union. He was quite sure he
had never before witnessed such a shocking
disregard of the Sabbath, nor had he ever
seen so, many evidences of drunkenness in a
town of the size; though on second thought
he need not, he said, have been surprised,
since Illinois is a whisky Htate.
Soma ot the temperance workers can
speak for the state. But it occurred to me
if the young man's business allowed him
to remain there long enough he must find
that the condition which so shocked him Is
du to the presence of strangers, people who
have not grown up in the town, but whose
employment calls them there aud who con
stitute a large enough floating population
to (arnish its name. No doubt hundreds
of than), railroad employes and others,
think the fact that they are away from
borne sufficient reason for their being on
friendly terms with the old scratch, a de
cidedly one sided friendship ff they but
I used to think the women indiscrim&te
ly were to blame for all this, but now I do
not. Let the mothers of the land instill a
sense of right into their boys and then let
the boys keep that sense after they leave
home,' instead of 'deliberately getting into
the mire jot walking opeq eyed almost al
ways op mouthed into all sorts of pit
falls, and standing like baulky mules while
the philanthropic females of the town go
into sack-cloth and ashc-B, because they have
been remiss in their duty, have not gone
about hunting up these poor, weak youths
and handing oat little prizes tor good be
havior in the shape of iuvitfltions to come
to Sunday school or "around to tea."
That might not bq a bad idea tor the la
dies to work on. That they fail to do so is
not one iota of an excuse for the objects ot
their solicitude. ' If said objects were ex
emplary at home, are their obligations to
their Maker and themselves any less bind
ing aiDcej they are among strangers f In
your town are several book stones, a public
library, more churches than are properly
supported, t free reading room and one
flrst-classplay house. Besides the subjects
of my sermon hnvo some soit of abiding
places, I suppose, they are not worse off
than foxes which have boles, and birds
which have nestj. Let them form little
sets of their own tod entertain themselves,
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKN1NU, DECEMBER 18, i83.
as many women "away from home" do. I
have named enough of dishes to suit sny
but a diseased palate. What more do these
timid strangers needt to be encouraged like
Mrs. Josiah Allen's dog, or lassoed and
dragged up to the rack to be fed with pure
fun and healthy mental food?
Now there's Darius. He ain't so young
as some I saw in Ctiro; there was one four-teen-year
old that exceeded Methuatleh in
kuowlcdge ot the world, one of those that
is going to break his poor widowed moth
er's heart, when she is told of his iavorite
recreations since coming to Cairo, I beard.
As though a dozen weeks could undo the
work of a dozen years, if it bad been well
pounded in! Speaking of Darius, he took
a car-load of geese to Chicago last week,
thinking that would be a good market for
geeae. There were twen'y two hundred
and I guess he to ik tlieiu down on 'Change,
where he says there is always more or less
grain. Suppose when he got back and I
asked him what kind of bonnets the women
there wore to church, he'd have stammered
out something about nobody ever asking
him to go to meeting and so, as he felt
lonely away from home among strangers,
he just went to Trivoli or the somethiogor
othcr because I wasn't there to go with
him and he had a headache and slept pretty
tolerable late that morning, any way.
Don't you suppose I would have opened
my subsequent remarks by asking who
kindly invited him to go where he did to
cure his head and wear hislonesomeness off?
and that when I let up on him he'd have
gone out to the corn-crib sympathizing
with Mr. Caudle? You can't have your
cake and eat it. Neither can a man go
awty from his home and have it with him;
which knocks the bottom clean out of the
tub he paddles in when he whines about
falling in the mire because he is among
strangers. Nonsense ! anybody knows that,
under the circumstances, he is ''away from
home and family," but nobody knows why
that should nuke him so knock kceed and
feeble. Mrs. D. Qreex.
Cache December 8th, 1883.
W. F. Lanbdim, river editor of ifli Bullctih
and steamb'oat passenger agent. Orders for all
kinds of steamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Bower's European Botel. No. "t Ohio levee,
STAGES OF THE RIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at 8 p. oi. 13 feet 3 inches and falling.
Chattanooga, Dec. H.River 3 feet 6
inches and rising.
Cincinnati, Dec. 17. River 13 feet 6 in
ches and rising.
Louisville, Dec. 17. River 6 feet 5
inches and rising.
Nashville, Dec. 17. River 8 feet 2 in
ches and falling.
Pittuburg, Dec. 15. River i feet 4 in
ches and rising.
8t. Louis, Dec. 17. River 0 feet 2 in
ches and falling.
The Mississippi ia still falling, and the
Illinois is reported full of ice
The Ohio is getting low, but a rise at
Pittsburg, Cincinnati and Louisville is re
ported which is good news.
The R. R. Springer is the next boat of
the Big 0 line due up from New Orleans.
She will arrive here to-morrow.
The U. P. Schenck with a fins trip passed
up for Cincinnati yesterday morning at 7.
The Dexter got whitewashed Sunday as
she just got here in time to let the Gaff
"gobble up" all the people.
The Ella Kimbrough left here yesterday
morning for a big corn trip up the Missis
sippi river. .
The Vint Shinkle from Cincinnati is due
to-morrow for Memphis.
The Hudson from Paducah for St. Louis,
the Jas. W. Gaff from Memphis for Cincin
nati, the City of Vicksburg from St. Louis
for Vicksburg, the Cons. Millar from Cin
cinnati for Memphis, passed through Cairo
Sunday. : Each bad a good trip with freight
The B. S. Rhea failed to come through
Sunday night. She will turn back from
Pitducah for Nashville this morn'ng.
The b'g Chas. Morgan with Harry Stein
on the roof will report here this morning
tor New Orleans. The Morgan ia a good
on. If you are going south by all means,
take the Morgan, and we will give you any
room on the boat except the bridal chamber
which we can prove by Dr. Bradley on the
A carload of cotton on the Wabash track
up near the incline caught fire Sunday
morning about 2 o'clock and in order to
save the car as well as cotton it was rushed
hurriedly up to the head of the incline and
turned loose into the river. Those that
saw it said it looked like the devil with his
firey chariot or a blazing meteor that some
of the big astronomers talk about. A great
many men were out catching the cotton as
it floated down in front of the city. Charley
Hill, of the wrecking boat, cadght eight or
nine bales which be brought to shore, but
The wind from Sunday evening at 4
o'clock until 10 p. m. blew a peafuct gale
and made things lively in the Cairo harbor.
The Dexter trom Evansville arrived just
ahead of the wind, and on . her attempted
departure she made a complete : failure.
After repeated attempts she landed on to
Wharfboat No. 3 aud remained until 10
o'clook when she departed for Evansville.
The transfer MoComb became unman
ageable and blew down the river a short
distance befpre she could rally; and the
Cons. Millar, just io th , heighth of the
gale, arrived and landed very unceremon
iously sgaiust the Illinois Central wharf
boat, breaking a tew stanchions and fenders
and knocking several persons off their pins.
However, with the exception of a few hours
delsy to boats the damage was nothing.
8ah Francisco, C'AU-Tbe Demokrat of
this city, the moxt influeLtal and widely
circulated German newspaper west of the
Rocky Mountain, states that along the en
tire Pacific Slope, people say, that lor the
cure of bodily pains St. Jacobs Oil has no
The uuivarsal verdict. "The Hop Plas
ter is the best porous plaster ever made."
Only 25 cents.
The glory of a man is his strength. If
you are weakened down through excessive
study, or by early indiscretions, Allen's
Brsin Pood will permanently restore all
lost vigor, and strengthen all the muscles of
Brain and Body. $1; 6 for $5. -At drug
gists. Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and 1 - ken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? irso,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrnp for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhrea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, ie
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syiup for Children Teething
is pleasant to (lie laste, snd is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nunes in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
A Vexeu Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted were he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up au incessant coughing,
making it impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy can all this be avoided
by simply uoing Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds.. Trial
bottles given away at B.uclay Bros'
drug store. (2)
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely afflicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr.al always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle, sold by Barclny Rros.(2)
Prevent sickness by taking occasiontlly
one of Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, a
wonderful appetizer, an absolute cure of
Biliousness. 13 cenM. (4)
riucKten 8 Aruica 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 in guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, ormonty refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Barclay
None But ?irst Class tioodn.
In Watches, Jewelry and Silverware one
should have the best or none. Messrs.
Shurlet & Co., Chicago, are making a
specialty ot tine goods, and if you need
anything in Watches, in dust and wter
proof cases, Solid Silver or Triple Plated
Ware, Solid Gold or Rolled Gold Jewelry,
send to Sburley & Co., they will send a
single article at the dozen price. They are
vouched for aud 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 privilegH of examin
ation, enabling you to do purchasing at
home. Remember, Sburley & Co., 77 State
Street, Chicago, HI. Send for their new
AND BRACTIFCLLY ILLUSTRATED CAT ALOGUF.
A Remarkable Tribute.
Sidney Onrchundro, of Plttehnrg. Pa., wrltea:
"I bae used UK. WM. HALL'S BALSAM KOR
Til K LUNGS many years, with tbe most gratifying
results The rellev ng of Hall's Balsam is won
wonderful. The pain and rack of the body Inci
dental to a l ent coutrh, soon disappear by the nse
of a spoonful according to directlone. My wile
frequently seuds for Hall's Walsam instead of a
physician, and health is speedily restored by Its
Red Horse Powder are tbe surest enre for dis
eases lu animals.
Dr. Green's Oiygenatt d Bitters
is the oldest asd bst remedy for DvspepHla. Bll
liouiiness, Malaria, Indigestion and all disorders
of the Stomach, and j 1 1 diseases Indicating on im
parecunditlonof the Blood. Kidneys and I. Iyer.
Q.E0UGE H. LEACIf, M.D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention naldto the II me"thic treat
ment of surgical diseases, and diseases of women
OFFICE On Itth street, opposite the Post
office, Cairo, III.
jJR. J. E. STRONG,
129 Commercial ire., Cairo, III.
VAPOR, BLBCTRO VAPOR Kt MKDICATKD
A lady in attendance.
CONSULTATION FREE. '
QR. W. C. JOCELYNk
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Com nerclal Avnt
JR..E. w. WHITLOCK,
Officii No. 1SS Commercial Atenne, betweea
"tehts and Ninth Street - , - t
CnCC "THE SCIENCE '
rlltt OF HEALTH"
li a nry iaural us aw tMe MieMscel se at'
tkMMMi wke km n4 M. It tnkiw It rtwllM f
life wJ sulk u4 ia arMa f sihmis, mi aeeaM is real:
ky all IklakiM slt. It tosulai valukli
fntas se Ketwama aad tq
VlMJltr. Mmin atnorr.I
WMs trail f ataoresra kroefM ky verwwk
sfsMassi prasorlpUona a OaUrrh, Sarofala, eta.
Wm. Lndwie & Co.,
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL AVENUE, CAIRO, ILL
Higbet Market Price Paid for
Hides, Furs, Wool, Beeswax and Tallow.
Wm. Lndwig & Co.
few drops applied to ths surfaco wUI Penetrate to the very Bone,
aud almost Instantly RELIEVE PAIN! It will not Soil Clothlmr.
i.e"s uDwsa.w ,ua waMu, icoir inna i r iim7 ClllVUl'I HI IV rumi Jl
hMKO EQALtorthe Cure of Rhnmfttin SprtUnK.'Braiys.
nrtp A imnrf Vi a Glriva fSf latrt
Stiff Joints, NeuraJadaw Lam Back, Cramps, Tooth-Ache.
Sore Throat, Pains In the Limbs or Id any part of tlio System
and Is equally efficacious tor all pain In tbe Stomach and Bowols.
requiring a powerim ainusive stimulant. Bee wem-irs Almanac
Ask your Druggist for it. Fries
ITenarcd only by JACOB 8.
The oln-f ishioncd, slow-acting plasters "most
go." Bons'in's Citpaite I'orous Hesters art the
wist, as cents.
f! A TillX -'-thetlcB, (4 design). Something
VAllUO good. Mailed on receipt of S cents
in stamps. uaAicMB B iy , I'.U. Uor 1 7, N.Y
trANTFD -Ladies and young men wishing to
' earn SI to m every da quietly at their home;
work furnished; si nt by mail; no canvassing; no
stamps required for reply. Please address ED W.
F. uAVla t'U.,18 south Main bt.. Fall KWer,
Ely's Cream Balm,
I'ruatn Balm hss gained an euvlahle reparation
wherever kuowu; displacing ail older preparations.
Send forcirrular contatulng full luform Hon and
reliable testtmon ale. By mail, prepaid, 50 cent a
pack-lit siamjie received, hold by all wholesale
aud n tail drungl.ta. ELY'S ..REAM BALM CO.,
Owego, New Y rk.
TJiilrPiJ Burus, 5ic, Byron. M)c Mrs.
I lrjlk Browning. !55c.. Campbell. 40c,
Chaucer, BOe., Dante, f.oc., Drydea
50c. , Goethe, 7i,, Gjldsuillh. 6c, Ilemans, 5ic.,
Iliad and Odys'oy, 70c , iluod, fXlc, Ingeljw. 50c.,
Keats, 4ic., Mcr dlth, 50c.. Mi'toit, 5e.( Monro,
Wlc.Pope Mc. Hoe, 40c , Schiller, 4oc., Scott, 50c
1'nmson, title, Virgil, 40., and others. FiDe cloth
binding Sent for examination before payment
on evidence of good faith Catalogue free NOT
sold by deaars. JuHN B. ALDDN, I'nblisher,
IS Ve-ey St., New York,
I havea pomtlTsramedfirtheannTadlsMaetbrlte
use thousAods of cues of the worst kind and of fon
standing bava been cored. Indeed, so strong is my
faith inlte efficacy, that I will sond TWO BOTTLES
FKKE, totner with a VALUABLE TRKATISK on
this disease, to any suf!onr. Oivn express and f. iX
address. Da. T. A. SLOOU M. lol IWl bfc.NaW York
lf INTP wn HoL"r A I'KAC
III llOil Instantaneous Qnlde t
andOrgan. I'rlre $1. Wlllt.
to Kvl of Piano
SI. W 111 teach an? nerson
to play ;0 pieces of munlc In one day You could
uotlear it trom a teacher In a month ftfr il. Try
it and be convinced Hump e coy wil. he marled
to any aoureM on receipt 01 scents in stamps o
HKAKNJi CO., Publisher, T. O. Hor 14H
I OURE FITS!
Whn I say cure 1 do not mean m.rely to stop them
for a time and then have t hem ret urn e?ain, I meao a
radiralcarfl. Ihavn made therlisasof I'lTS.EPI
LKPHY OR FA LI. I NO SICKNESS alife-Unutitudy.
I warrant my remedy to enre t he wwateaana. BeMuse
others have failed is no ranann f or not now reealvtn; a
enre. Bend at once for a Treatuw and a Free Bottle of
my infallible remedy. Give Express and Poetontee. It
costs ynn nothing fur a trial, and I will cure you.
Address Da. il O. HOOT, ltd Pearl St., New York.
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. '
A regular Graduate) of twa medical
eolleites, li in been longer encaned In the treat
ment of Chronic, Nervous, bkm and ,
Hlood Dle.ies than any other phvslrl.m In
St. Louisa vltv i M f ibew ana all old rest,
dents know. ConMiMatlon t nftiec or by mail,
free ami invited. A lrienii'v talk or Ills iiplnlnn
costs aotliliig. When Itltfriconvenleiittovlalt
the city .r treatment, nie1li-in can bssent
by mall or express crrervwhertv Curatile casei
guaranteed; where dcibt exl-i II U frankly
stated. Call or Write.
Nrrons Prostratioa, Debility, Mental and
Phyaical WeaVacai, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and flones, Blood
Immiritiej md Blood Pojsoninr, SkinAffeo-
t - --r-T-t"- ' T r
tions, Old Bores ard Uloers, Impediments to
Marrifge, Rheumatifm, Piles. Special
attention to case frnip over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receiv e special attention.
Diseases arising from Irrf mdencoa, Eicesaesy
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