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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNINU, DECEMBER SO, l8S.
The Doctor's) Mistake.
One of the old mistakes of the
profession was to think that there
were no other ways of curing dis
ease except those which tad been
handed down from former times.
It is not to be denied that the
Doctors have done great things
for the world. But when it comes
right down to the real curing ol
disease, it must be admitted that
Brown's Iron Ktters has done en
ough toeam tiegencrous gratitude
of this whole present generation,
including the medical profession.
There are no mysteries or secrets
about the compounding of Brown's
Iron Bitters. This preparation ol
iron is the only preparation which
will not injure teeth or stomach. In
this ic is beyond comparison better
than the other preparations, which
are mischievous and injurious.
You need not fear a mistake in
trying Brown's Iron Bitters. Your
druggist has it. It gives vigor to the
feeble, and new life to the dyspep
tic Children take it, not only with
safety, but with great advantage, 6
TO PRBSEUVE THK HEALTH
Um tba Magnetos Appliance Co.'i
Magnetic Lung Protector !
PHIOE OISTLY 85.
The) are pricele to Li dim, osntlemin and
CBILDBSN WHO WIlELUKUi; DO ClaO ofFN KVHoai
ob caour in ever ko wn where these
trmeuU ire worn. Tnejr alio prenyl and euro
miRT mrricm.TiM, cold, ruiutim, kiubu.
OlA, THROAT THOl'BL(S, D1FUTHRKU. CATAUHU. AMD
A IX K1N0UID DlggA.. Will WEAR Any trvlce
ir tubes teaud, Are worn over tne uuuer-ciotn
CAT T?Ri7 " ' needle. to describe the
ViX X IXXi, IVilt lymptoDi of this nanacou die-
mai ia aapptng me me ana strengitt ol only
too man of the fairest and belt of botb sexes.
Labor, aludv and reaearc.h In America. Knrntm and
En tern land, bve retailed in the Magnetic Lung
Protector, affirding cure Mr Catarrh, a remedy
which contain No IIhcckiinq or-th brsTl, and
wiiq uie continuous (treara or Manetim per
mealing through tbe afflicted organ, Murr rb
TORI THKM TO A HEALTHY iCTIOK. Wl FL0 OUR
rates for ihn Appliance at lets than one-tweutleth
of tbe price aaked bv otbera for remedies noon
wblcb yon ttlie all the cbancea, and wi rspkoial
lt ixrrrg the patronage of tbe ma.it feiison who
nave trieu dkuooixothbib stomachs without If
HOW TO OBTAIN &pUSSS
flat and iik "fur tln'm. If thev have not eot them
I . JEftflTfu the proprietor, enclosing the price In let
r"tef, at ourriak. and they shall be sent to to a at
nee by nail, postpaid.
' Send atamp for the "Sew Departure In Medl
eal Treat ueut withoct HiBioitca," wlih tboa
to da of testimonial".
TUB MAOSKTON APPLIANCE CO.,
218 state Street, Chlcgo, III.
Not. Send one dollar in pontage atampa or
earr-ncy(in letter at our risk) with alze of ahoe
naually worn.aiid try a pair of our Magnetic In
aolea. and be convinced of the Dower reld'ngln
our Magnetic Appliances. Positlfely do cold feet
where titer are worn, or money refunded. 100-ly
'Toi claim too
! jsnch for Saxaki-
J TAa aRTtSI.'J
3' can one medicine be
I a specific for Epl-
Jg lepsy, Iypcpia,
aw-, i lr ah a llin .
Opium Eatlnajt RhenmatMm, Hpfrmntor
rha, or KemtnsJ Weakneee, Md fifty ether
cemplalntaf " We claim It a ipttiflc, aim
ply, became the vtrn of all diseases arises from
Iheblood. Ita If ervine, Resolvent, Alterative and
Laxative propertiesmeetalltheconditions hereto
referred to. If known world viU aa
It quiets and composes the patient not by the
. l .1... nallunl til, I. tlV MA
Introduction of opiates and drastic cathartics, out
by the restoration of activity to the stomach and
nervous system, whereby the brain Is relieved
of morbid fancies, which are created by the
eatices above referred to. T LJ
To Clerevmen. Lawyers. Literary men, ater
ehants. Bankers, ladies and all those whose sod
enta'V employment causes nervous prostration.
Insularities of tbe blood, alomacb, bowels or
Vldnevs orwho require a nervetonic.appetizeror
etimolant. 6amabita! Kervrb ia invahable.
Thousand proclaim It the most wonderful invig
crant that ever sustained tbe sinking Jlf
$1.50. Sold by all Drl V
Tor tertlmonlala and drculara aenrt stomp.
From these sources ariae three fotrrths of
the dlseaaoa of tbe human raoe. Tbese
symptom indicate their existence : Lom of
Appatlte, Bowels costlre, Sick Baad
Mbet follneas after eating, aversion to
aertlon of body or mind, Kruotatton
of food, IrrltaWlity of temper, Iow
plrlU, A feeling of harlng neglected
some dnty, Diuiuess, Fluttering at the
Heart, Dots before the eyea, highly col
ored Urine, CONSTIPATIOM, and de
mand the use of a remoiiy that acts directly
on the Livor. AsaLiver medicine TCTT'8
have no equal. Their action on tbe
Kidneys and Skin is also prompt ; removing t
all Impurities through tneso three " scav
engers of the system," producing appe,
tito, sound digestion, regular stools, a clear
skin and a vigorous body. TIJTT'S PILLH
oatise no nausea or griping nor Interfere
with dally work and are a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
HE FEELS LIKE A NEW MAS
"I have bad Dyspepsia, with Constipa
tion, two years, and nave tried ten different
kinds of pills, and TITT'S are the first
that have done me any good. They have
cleaned me out nicely. My appetite la
splendid, food digests readily, and I now
bave natural passages. I feel like a new
man." W. 1). EDWARDS, Palmyra, O,
Boldeverywhere.aBe. Offlee,4l Murray 8trT.Y.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Grat Hath or Whiskers changed In
stantly to a GLoasr Black by a single an.
plication of this Drs. Bold by Druggists,
or sent by express on receipt of 1.
Office, 44 Murray 8treet, New York,
TVH'S MANUAL OF USEFIl RECEIPTS mi.
I Stats a Monroa 5ti.,Chlcsyo.
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The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICE: NO. 78 OHIO JLF.VEK.
omCIAL PAPKK 01' ALEXANDER OODNTY.
ENTBHKU AT TQB CAIHO 1'ObTOVFICK FOR
THANBUIBBION TUBOL'QH THK MAILS AT
SECOND 0LA81 BATES.
llonry Ward lWclior'n llei'laratioii of
A eent'omnii wliixnt at the iipxttnl)l to
that at which Ho v. llDiiry Wunl Jlot'chur
wast!AteJ a hotel in tiUrity i willing
to make oath to the stutfiii'iit, tlint the dis
tiiiKuisheil pastor of I'lviiiuiitli cnurcli alo
with hit knife. Swul i.iui a copy of
"Don't." Boston Siitunlay Evciiltii (ia
7.ftre, Mr. Hcpchfr cnts with his knife on
jtrincMplo. The following, from The
Sr.iv York l.ahjcr of some years luick,
gives Mr. HeeHier's views on this sub
ject, and will be road with interest, at
Mv Dkak Mr. Bosxkr: Among all
tho declarations of liberty which Amer
ican mankind is wo fond of making, it
wnn strange that there is no league,
association, party, or other combina
tion to defend honest men against
worn-out or absurd customs.
For example, will any man tell me
why I am forbidden by what is called
"good manners" to pour my tea into a
saucer and cool it there? Much re
proach has been heaped upon 'strong"
tea and coffee, which properly belongs
to Ao tea and coffee. Everyone knows
how much the etHcient action of chem
ical agents is intensified by heat. Scald
ing tea is far worse than strong tea;
but to bo both scalding and strong is
an attack upon the human body wliich
no man ought to venture who has any
regard for health. But cthjuette for
bids me to cool my coffee in any other
manner than by waiting, ("offee-cups,
in houses where the secret of drinking
good coffee is known, should be like
the human heart, large and deep, and
in Buch cases the beverage will, like
true affection, cool very slowly. Hence,
one who does not wish to wait till the
meal is over before drinking coffee
must either cool it in his saucer or
drink it hot, or wait and drink it after
breakfast, and all because of the absurd
notion that it is not good manners to
pour coffee into your saucer.
The spirit of "seventy-six" ought to
rise with every afflicting gulp of hot
coffee! The custom is wanton and
cruel. It is tyranny over the inner
man, carried on by force, if not by the
sword. I count it, therefore, a duty to
humanity to set at. deliance the edicts
of the liquid despot, hot drink. For
the welfare of mankind I refuse to burn
my mouth or scald my stomach. In
behalf of mute devotees of the super
stitions of etiouette I raie a plea for
Mean e, endowed with courage
and armed with principle, I rejoice in
pouring forth the fragrant lhjuid into
a capacious saucer, and, before tin
pondering eyes, to raise the beverage
to my lips. rvipcrsiiuou is rcuiiKeo.
Health is justified of her children.
Even more will be shocked when I
avow myself as an advocate for the
rights of the knife. Now, custom has
reduced it to the mere function of cut
ting up one's food. That done, it is
laid down, and a fork serves even
other purpose. By practice one gains
unexpected dexterity in usini a fork
for purpo-.es to winch it is ill aiiapteii.
The Chinese, in like manner, make
awkward chop-sticks rarely service
able, bv practice little short of leger
demain; but is that a jrood reason for
the use of chop-sticks? A fork, as now
made, is untiitcd to pierce any morsel
upon its tines, and vet thev are sharp
enough to afflict the tongue if careless
ly u-ed. They me piit so as to be u.se-
1ps for li'iinls, and yet they are used
as if they wi re spoons. The fork com
pels the maii'Diiiaiof to poke and push
and pile up the food material which
tends to fall back and apart; it is made
to pursue the daintv tidbits, in wlu' h
often the verv core of flavor resicb
around the plate in a hopeless chase,
and at length a bit of bread is called in
as an auxiliary, and thus, while tho
slim-lcgge 1 fork, in one hand, is chas
ing a slim li'p id mouthful, a wad of
bread in the other goes mopping nud
soppinir around to form a corner, and
between the two is at length accom
plished what is called genteel feeding!
Meanwhile, a broad knife is fitted
for the very function whieh the fork
refuses :' the wad ol l.p-d ill per
forms. The reasons for refusing the
knife as an active feeding implement
are worthy of the awkward practice.
"It is liable to cut the mouth" no more
than a fork is to stick into tho lip or
If men ate with razors there would
be some reason for avoidance. But
table-knives are blunt-edged. It is
even difficult to make them cut when
one tries, and if they arc properly used
the back of the blade will be turned to
the mouth. We do not object to the
fork, but we demand a restoration of
tho knife from banishment. We do
not desire to enforce its use, but such
a liberation as shall leave each one
free to use tho knife for conveying food
to the mouth when that is most con
venient, and the fork when that is pre
ferred. Eoual rights we demand for
black and white, for home born or im
migrant, for rich and poor, for men
ami women, nud for kuives and forks.
The Chinese have a peculiar way of
conducting the examination of candi
dates for their universities. There are
thre trials allowed on tho ninth,
twelfth and fifteenth day of the eighth
moonand ench lasts two days. Du-
the time the applicant is confined
in a i-ell about citrht feet souare. In it
arn Iwn hoards, the OI10 to sit tipoil,
ami the other to serve as writing desk
anrl nntinir table. Besides this "flirili-
ii,rn" tlii.po U a tertnot and cut) for re
freshments, the eatables being handed
In hv the examiners throiiirh the grat-
tnnra nn thn floor: 1 lilt IIO one ii allowed
tn annnk to those in charge. As tho
coll is hardly largo enough to lie down
n tknua attulnnu who nre unfortunate
tlAe Vliwou uva .
enough to bo above tho average size aro
" at a . - .1 .-. . aI - Jt --
compeueu to sit up aunu uuur uuiy
Mlwkt Krna rt ar.lil tirv I'lili ti nitmiWlt.
CIKUV HVVIl 0 .j.-aaa-Aj
The examination is conducted wholly
ICuitroad Traveling In Ktirope.
The lirst thing that is likely to striko
an American traveling for the first time
In Europe, as being specially peculiar,
is the marked difference in the railroads
and their inanu-cujeiit, as compared
with ours at home. The cars are much
smaller than ours,. being but little larg
er than those usedonouruarrow-gaugo
roads. Each car is divided into four or
live apartments seating from four to
eight passengers. These compartments
aro entered from the sides of the cars,
and are entirely separated from each
other. After one gets used ti the change
it is nuite a pleasant way to travel. Es
pecially is this true if four or five
friends arc-traveling together; they can
usually havo a section to themselves,
and this is decidedly pleasant as we
have already found. With a well filled
lunch basket a day s travel in one of
these rooms with a couplo of friends, is
very enjoyable indeed. You have tho
same privacy and seclusion that you
would enjoy in your own home.
Un tho whole, traveling here is
much cheaper than in America. First
class tickets are sold at about 3 cents a
mile; second class, 2 cents; third class,
1 cents; fourth class at about three
fourths of a cent. There is but little
difference between the first and second
class compartments,, both being very
nicely upholstered, and ipiite comfort
able. The third class has comfortable
seats, but they are not upholstered; and
tne fourth class is without seats, the
second and third class cars are tho
more largely patronized, very few go
ing lirsl-class. I have noticed many
seemingly well-to-do people go into tho
fourth class cars. Many who go fourth
class carry with them camp stools,
while others stand up the entire jour
ney. I he cars run at about the same
rato of speed that we are used to at
home, perhaps a trifle slower, but there
is not a noticable difference in this re-
J here are also sleeping-cars incn'.zf-
w.t'cn, as they are called here) attach
ed to the night trains.
Great care and caution is used to pre
vent accidents; especially is this the
case in the country where the public
roads cross the railroad track. At ev
ery one of the crossings n guard is sta
tioned, whose duty it is to open the
highway when anyone wishes to ride
or drive across tho railroad. At all
other times it is kept closed, and is
only opened when there is no danger
from an approaching irain. t'eople in
Germany are not killed on railroad
The same care extends to every de
partment of the road. At the depots
ropes are stretched along tho side ol
the platform to prevent anyone from
being thrown under an incoming train.
No one is allowed to pass immediately
in front of au engine when it is stand
ing at ihe depot. These and many oth
er precautious are taken that it might
be well for American railroads to im
port t'.nd adopt. KtirojKuu hibr bj
Ilu: D. L. Mdl, r.
aav m 1
Adverse to a Miscellaneous Crowd,
It was in Chicago, of coiioe, though
for that matter it might have been in
any city of Connecticut or Massachu
Will ir.. ti I ho IinII this oiiS'
go to the ball, this eve
he inouTcd. .
Not tin-, eve,''
she replied, certainly
gracious m:;iiner pos
he lidded, "S'moiher
in not the most
ihlc; and then
But Mis. Stoekvnrds l'orcine cer
tainly sent vou an imitation?"
'Oh, yes, of come: hut 1 felt obliged
to proetit mv cotii'iiiuicrits and re
"Well, if vou ain't a funny woman.
The Miiree will be one of the ui st
fa-hioir.hle and eleet given on tho
west ;i.e, this sea.-oti."
"1 siippoe si), but still I do not wan'
"Private reason, eh?"
"Well, if you' must know, nil of my
divorced husbands have been invited,
ami 1 don't wish to mix promiscuously
in such a misci'llanous crowd."
A party of 2m) Italians who have
been employed in building a railroad in
Pennsylvania during the summer have,
it is said, determined to go back, on
the ground that they had been de
ceived as to the prospects here. They
were told that they could do well here,
whereas they have hardly made enough
to feed and clothe themselves. One of
them is quoted as exclaiming phathct
ically, "Give me old Italy yet."
There is probably no class of emigrant
laborers who come over hero with less
definite khowledgo of tho actual
chances of lettering themselves than
the Italians. They aro wo believe,
commonly brought over by a "boss"
under a contract of some kind, they
can hardly speak a word of English,
they are superstitious, credulous and
ill-fitted to look out for themselves.
At'w Yurie I'ost.
w. r. uAMBdin. river sailor of Tat Rcli.ktis
and steamboat paaaenzer aetnt. Ordera fur all
klndiuf iteamboat Job priming solicited. Office
at Bower's Karopean Hotel. No. 71 Ublo lerea.
STASIS OF TBI RIVER.
Th rivsr marked by th gaugs at this
port at 6 p. m. 31 feet 5 inches and falling.
Chattanooga, Deo. 29. Rivsr 10 fset
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, Dec. 89. River 47 ftst ! in
ches and fulling.
Louisville, Dee. 19. River H fewt 9
inches and rising.
Nashville, Dec. 29. River 33 ftst 9 ii
eh and falling.
Pittsburg, Dec. 29. River 7 feet 3 in
ch and falling.
St. Louis, Dec. 29. River 4 fset 0 in
ch and falling.
Our river column has beeu "minus" for
several days, owing to a triD homo this
week, but we will endeavor to keep things
oiled up and the machinery of tho river
Tbe EllaKimbtough left again yesterday
evening after another big load ot corn when
he arrives this evening she will have
brought her in the last ten dayi 1,800
0,000,000 bushels of coal left Pittsburg
on the present tise.
Talking about peanuts, how is this for
the goober crop! The iteamsr John Gil
bert came out of the Tennessee river this
week with 8,800 sacks, the largest trip ever
brought of out ol that stream on any steam
boat. She takes the cake on peanuts.
Pell Thomas, second clerk of the Vicks-
burg, will be married to-day to a young
lady of Memphis. May happiness, unalloy.
ed accompany Pell and hit bride all through
The John A. Scudder from New Orleans
will report here this morning and go to
the bank with the steamers of the Anchor
Line, which are now lying here waiting for
navigation to open from here to St. Louis.
The weather was quite mild yesterday
and indications of rain looked promising.
Cincinnati and Louisville have had anoth
er bad attack of high water and still Cairo
towers way above the floods.
The Ohio is booming and the journey to
the wliarf'boatg is growing beautifully Bhort.
The B. S. Rhea from Nashville ii due
to-night and if even a boat hid a load of
bricks on bourd the Rhea is the boat from
the stp'ain down to the cook they are first
clas'"feller!." The Rhea leaves burp to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
The Jag. W. Gaff will be the only boat
to day for Cincinnati. Capt. J. D. Moore
is her popular chief and Mr. Jas. Surtees ns
first-clerk has no superior. See W. F
Lambdiu for cheap passage rates.
The Cons. Millar, which is properly due
this morning from Cincinnati, will not re
port as she laid over at Cincinnati until
The U. P. Schenck from Cincinnati will
receive freight here this morning for New
Orleans and way points.
The high waters in the upper Ohio and
tributaries has already been fearfully de-
structure and millions of dollars worth of
property bat been devoured by the savages
of the uncomfortable waters.
Tbe fine "Big O. Line" steamer Golden
Crown is due here to morrow morning for
The Ohio will not reach over 33 feet here
the present rise.
The Carrier with Capt. Bill Tichenor on
the roof left Cincinnati last night for New
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Whn lay curx Ido not mean rorrely M atp teem
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atnen nave, tnein returoarain, i dipii
r.-idli'iil cure. 1 hnvw mailH tlieoifteafloi t lirt, r. i i
l.bfSYOil FALI.IX( 8ICKNKSHalife.l(.nBHidy.
I warrant my romeilj ti cure Hip worat caana. Bwaiiao
othrahav failed ia norotmonforni.tnnw reeeivui a,
etiro. bond at, once for a Trwitian and a Free Bntllo of
my infaliililn remedy. Givn Fjtpraiaand Poatiiait. a
custn I'mniithiiiii fur a triiihand I willeureyo
Address in. II. G. KOUT. 1 Pearl St.. New York.
A New and complete ll itul. froutlng o.
Second und Riitlroad Streets,
Tbo PiianitiKer Depot of the Uhlcaco, St. Loull
and .ew Orleana: IlllnoU Cctitral; VVahaeh, St.
Lou Ik and I'acitlc; Itun Mountain and Mnntbern,
Mobile mid Uliio; Cairo and 8t. Louis Hallway
are all Jnit acrora tbe street; while the Steamboat
Laiidii,t! is but one auuarc distant.
Thi Uotel in heated hy Hteam, has team
Laundry. Hydraulic Klevalor, Kiectric Call belli.
Automatic Firu-A Urine, linllie. ahaolutely pure air.
perleot ewcrae and complete appointments.
Superb I'lirntehlni;; perfect aervlce; and an tin
Ij. lJ. PvVUKK.lt .V (!(.. Ianwwa
PItonMETOH OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholosiilo lJulor in Ifn.
ICF ItY THK O.MI I .OA!) OR TON.WKU
PACKED KK SHIPPING
far Load.- a Spocialtv.
a k v i; Kt
Cor.Twcll'tli Street and lvw.
Tho Ideal Callgraph.
THE PERFECT WRITiNQ MACHINt
arjEvai si ii iiine vtiurnnieil. a
''iVlitnlile tvne li.irs. neifect auto.
inline miner feed, nvnn tinvana.
i ble lenliin, no Inat motion, bev
eled platen, light carriage. All
linrialiiterrbiinsenblo. Doe the
work nt three penmen, much neater anil mora
PARKER, HITTER CO.. 420 N. M, It UnU.
Pricea Paid for
Beeswax and TalloAV.
A liutterlul iinniaiiiuuii icim-
iKwod mostly of Essential Oil
'f lnie most ponetruthiR Liniment
will Penetrate to the very Bone,
PAIN! It will not Soil Clothing
disagreeable effects of anv kind. It
Rheumatism. Sprains. Bralsea
pains in iu oromaca ana uuwou
eta por bottle
Send uayonr addreaa and we will mail yon
Fit Eli OF CHARGE
SamDlra and Decr!tttve llhietrationa of
KTJRSHEKUT'8 PABHluNABLK SPbt'lALTlES
I.acei. KuchlnK", itralda, hmlriderici aud
Other HTANUAKD AKTICLKS. Addreaa
THE KUUSIIEEDT M'F'Q CO.,
New York City.
Mention thi paper.
ONE OY THE BEST PIISICIAN8.
I have been uaing S ID a Specific in my practice
for 'i n i to a lout; time, and 1 ruu'fird it the best com
bination a a blood pitriller and tonic. It ia entire
ly vigctaiiio beine; composed of tne extract of
root which tjrow in this section of Georgia. 1 am
fami iar with ita biatorv from the time the formu'a
wan btuined from tlie IndianN. It i a certain and
aafe remedy lor all kind of blood poUon and akin
hnm-'r, and in the hundred of cage In which I
have uaed It and eeen it nued, there haa never been
a fallnro to core. I have cured blood taint Id
TDK TI1I11D OEDEltiTION
with It, after I bad mot Anally fulled by the most
app oved method of tbe treatment with mercury
and iodide of potaeium. Tli ce case bave been
cured over fifteen year asto, atid have never had
any return of the aiieae In themelvB or in their
chilnreo. FKED a. TuuMEU, M. D.
Terry, Ilouaton Co., Ga.
"It 1 the heat lling remedy in my (tore, and
all claiaeaof people buy it It hue become a house
hold tcmedy with mauv of our bent citizen."
WALTER A. TAYLOll,
"I acll Swift' Specific--often a groe in ten day
at retail and to all clause. Some of Atlanta's
best people uae It regularly as atonic and alterative.
Onr treatise on Blood and Skin Die8e mailed
free to applicant.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer :t, Atlanta, (ia.
017 St Charles Street, ST. LCUIS, M0.
A regular Urndunt of two uieillenl
eolleges, has lit'n longer eiiK'iHed In the t t-witt
nient of C'lironit. Nerveua, liin aiul
Jilooil lMsene8 tbun anv other liliysiel.ui lit
St. Louis, a city imper kuw mid all old reU
dent keow. CoiitiOtutloii t otlieeor bf mall,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or hi opinion
cost nothing. When it U fiieo'ivenleiit to vllt
the city .or treatment, iiii-iIIcIikh can be sent
by mallor expreaa evervwliere. Curable eau-a
KUkrantreiti where doubt lnW 11 1 irankly
tated. Call or Write.
Neryoas Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of raroat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impuritiea and Blood Poisoning, Skin j Aflec
tions, Old Soras and Ulcars. Impediments Ui
Marrlagft, Rheumatii-m, Piles. Special
attention to eases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising fromlir. prudences, Excesses
Indulgences or Eiposuras.
It I self-evident that a physlel.ui paying
vartleular atu-iitlon to aeln olca-e attaiua
Ireat ski II. and plivalelaua In n tiiilar praetlea
all over the eotiniry knowing tbU. fre.iintly
rwominend ram-ato the oblel i.tllci' In Ani.-rlea,
where eerv knowu applluiien I re"rted to.
and the proved nooil rnuediea of nil
a uea and eouiitrle are uaed. A whole houael
used forofllee puro-, and all aretrlel with
kill In a re.eetinl inaiiner; ami, knowing
what to do. noexiierlinent are niaile. tluae
count of (be great uiiniber Hiily lute, the
charge are kei.t low. often lower tlian I
demanded by other If vou aeetire tlie kl,l
and getaapeei'.y and perfect lit'f cure, that til
th TiDporlaut nialter. I'ain bU t. it p.igea,
sent to Jtuy addreaa free,
plates, ! MARRIAGE GUIDE. ( ?&
Elegant flntb and gilt Minting
mil In twiatatrn nf t'lirrptiev. j
i.tvrr Biiv won
lerful pen picture, true to lire rilclei.on tbe
ftillowlug aubb-ela. Who iniv marry, who not;
whvf rroiwragatoniarrv. Who niarryBrjt,
JanhofKl, Wollianho...!. rhvrl di-eay. Vha
hotild many. How life and Impiiiu' umv be
jnereMed. Tho marrli d or rontaninlatlli j
mariylng houl.l read It. H ouaht to I rel
oy all adult nriia, then kepi under lock and
key. Popular edition, aam a aliove, but papa
eover and me vae. M euu to maU. to menas
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