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lor the Cure of Coughs, Cold.
Hoarseness, J iroiicliitis.Croiin. Tnfln
enza, Asthma. Whooijinc Com-h. Tn
ciiicntconsum-tionaiKl tor ihc re
licfofconsuintitive j;er.;ons in advan-
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ecu siapcs oi tnc urease, l or hale
by all Druggists Price, 25 Cents
fc " ki '-y
irom tiiuou .sourcts unw tbiee-t'onrthso!
tlio UiHf.-u.iM of the l.uimui nuu. Tin s,
jj'iniitoiusiJi.ljnUf) then txi.-,tcn-...-l.o ol
Appetite, JlowH coiilve, Sick Head,
atiie.fulliit-st alte r rutliiK, nveraio.i to
txtrtloitur body r mind, J;iiilti0
of food, IrrltnWIIly of trmper, JMy
aplrits, tn linn of limine iicglKl.d
uieduty, liliie, lutteri.i nt the
lit art, nta before the iyM, Mchly rol.
ori-d Irliie, COASTJ I' t 'Mo.Y, umI .Ic
tnmnl tliu U--0 Of U r-iiiely t.at nets .liiee'lv
fn thf Liver. AsaLiver Tm.,ji(.;,. HTTS
i;il.I.S Imvf no c.pi.-.l. Tl.trir notion on t!,o
Judiicyg uin I skin Is silo prori.pt ; removing
ml impurities thronu'li tin-sc time " ucv
rnj;er of tlio system," pro. I ur itik hi pt.
tite,so;ind fli'.'csriou, r. ;,'iihi r MloU, a e.- ,r
fckiu uii.l 11 vigorous IkmIv. TI'TT'.H 11 I.I. S
t-.tuio no n:i.j-a or Ksiphiir nor iutvrivre
with ilnily woi knn.l mt u jii-rfca
ANTIDOTE TO f.ALARIA.
nr. rxr.r.s i.i hi: a aj.w wis.
"1 hrtvo lui'l Ii i .-iii, Willi Constipa
tion, Wo yon-s, and h'tvo tri-i ten different
kinds of pills, und Ti'TT'S nn- the ilrst
twit liiivo done iiii! any good. Tln-y huvo
f loaned mo out nlci'iv. Mv appetite, U
t-'Plsindifl, lof.il dlif-.,ts readily, and I now
1 .ive nulurul pft..r-c"). J foil like a n-w
niuii." W. EUW Alius, Palmyra, O.
'..U-Ttrywi.. r- .a.lc. I ei: . ,41 M.;i-r..vSt.,NV
Oi'.at IIapi c: Wii:sk-n;.s clar.f-l l-i
f!arit:y twat.fiMfiy 1;lv.k iv a single up.
plu-Uioa of ti:;i l'i!.. ,i,i Ly irutfifl.:.
crocnthycr.,;, . t.-,,.'pt of 91.
0:1! i i.-, ii ils:i f.iy $:,-i-..t, .Nf-r Vork
T:io oi.:y k:.own ;.:a.; for E; lii ; ::c Fit. T3
Also f.r Fpn.H r.4 Fi.'.!:.-.jf i-ir.k:ifM. Nerr-ui
Vvkrn . It !ii!-a;.:;y r il-tur- s. (1. j:.....:t
liloixl a:.'l ;ii:('k' t ;ivi.'!! ln ii'. i'i .n. JCitii! ra
I iz-.il e-n:.it of iliaaM :.! mvc tVlcnoa. C urui
A SKEPT1G SfllDjI
Q-iy tlotfl.ru unl !oM.n LiomI serf. EliniU.ttU'1
C arSu:.. -lii. .r.A SiW.-.. Jjrrtrsiai.tntly sml
f.r-sr.j.tiy cur. n.ir:.;;. -:. Vi- It It a c!.Erniin(f ar,l
In i'.ltif:il A;n rii!it. K:i! S rofi;U nr.il Kinp.i Fv!l,
talii brotIii.ru. LUtifii tui Lrtatli to EJOl, rcL.oV-
Inethc Masf. r.on's lifilonn tcniloncios and makef
clear ccr.,;.li lion. K.jUii;ii .1 l.y now; In llit delirium
of fi-vi-r. A cliannliig n-holvent ami a rriati-hl s
laxative. It d.-lvfs 6Ult nca.!uc!:c liko the nintf.
UTCotitalti no drattle cathartic or oplatci. IiillcTc
the brain of morbid faticiei. rrotntly euro KIk-u-matlura
by ronilnglt. Kestori-s Ufe-slTliiR prop'r
tlc to the blood. Is piamntccd to c-.ire ail m-n oi;t
dIordi:ra. SVlltKMo Trhcn all oplatci fall. lie.
frcslifi the ciind and luvlpcratu the body. C'urea
dysfi psla or ffioney rvf ULdcd.
Iilsoa.'fi!f tim Mdfid ownitacinqin'ror. Pniinrsfd
In writing by over liny tnou-nnil li.i.linir citizens,
clcrevmvu u:ul ..ylciaii lu I'. S. nuil 1. tirupe.
C3TFor at .y all Icadlrg drorrlsti 1A). (13)
For Ti'itinioniiiH and circulars Fend stamp.
The Dr.Si. Richmond Mod Co. St. Joseph.Mo.
Lorl, Minu-iibur;li & Co., Atii., Chicduo, III.
u4 Uisli ifctti
Liver and Kidney Ecmedy,
Cnmpnutiilpil from tho well known
(Jiirativi's llnps. Malt, iui'hn, Jian-
drake, natnieli 'ii, S.irxnpiirilla, C'as
cara Hnsrarta, i-le cntnbined with au
arei-ablf? Ammatu i-.lixir.
TITEY CIIkE OEFSIA & KDICESIIOX,
ict Diif a tho I.Ivor aud KidnfjH,
Tlipy euro T!l-.outr,nti:n, and all Uri-
nury irouiKfs. uiry invij;ornio,
nourish, s-trtifrtiieu anil tpiiet
tlio NervniH System.
As a Tonic thoy hava no Eriunl.
T.ike none but Hops mid Malt Wltum.
FOR SALE DY ALL DEALERS
Hops and rait Bit'ccrs Co. C
CATAPlRHCa"scs 110 rain
or Drca'l. Gives
lt.ilicf at Once.
Not a Llniift or
r eJ with the finger.
incut will cure.
SmITtr AD E 5 MARKjI,
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i'rlr.e ROc'-nw. hy iiinll o- at (Irunglcti.'
fiLY IIU0THK118, DrueKlaH, Ovfcp,N,y
I a - - -
Tlio Daily liiillctin.
OKI'ICK: .NO. 711 OHIO LEVEE.
OFFICIAL I'Al hif oi' ALBXANUEll 1,01,'NTY.
M Klil-'.l) AT -illii ( AiltO I'Ofc-roKKiriK Kolt
' KANi-MliiviiiN Tllltonill Til hi MAIL- AT
Hlti-UM) C1.SS KA'l'K.
WI.MEKN HAMULI N'J.S.
Hpicial Cotrcipnai'eiica to ibo Bulktlt, :
CimiUAiiUA, Mkxico, Mnn b 7, 1884.
We wt.re (,'Uil to Ivhvc the wicke l city of
Tucson, Ariz'itm, wliieh, hy the way, in a
yo.nl piint 'or uiitsii 11 .ry winktrs and
temperance rc-loiiiiei. A run of liity
miles lrouyht us to H-jiisou, nliicli id a
U'.n iiott-d lor lt.i many e ilooiib, lmrd char
acteri un l hcarcity of civil dociety. Here
tlie Sotioru, New Mexico, and Arizona H.
It. branches of', running south to Guiiytnop,
llixico, a place of considerable nfute on the
Gulf of California.- There is an extensive
ore BUielttr at Ikns'.u which most of the
visited. North aud south are ixtenbive
gold and silver mines that are being worked
with profit. The valley of tho Rio Gila
river, lying north, aflords an excellent range
lor stock. One hundred and seventy five
mik-8 further tast and Deminfj is refined.
There is the eastern terminus of the South
em P. It. It. and the western terminus of
the Atchison & Topeka It. It. A short
branch roa.1 lea Is northwest to Silver City,
on of tha mining centers ( f Arizona.
I mi rig is a town of considerable size, but
is noUd for a waut of buildings to ti.l up
the town plat. It takes a long walk to
visit all the business houses, scattered, as
they are, here and there, as if the owners
had cast u; marbles over the town site, and
built where they fell. The buildings are
chiefly put up, as if the proprittors were
uneeittin of the durability of the town,
situated here on thi saf;e covered plains.
The railiwad companies have good build
inu's. All but the Pullman passengers have
to change cars at that place. Fifty miles
and we reach I'inron, from whence one has
tochatijc an 1 go due south seventy-seven
miles to El Puao on the Itlo Grande river.
Just a-r.ibs tho river is Paso Del Norte, in
Mexico, and the northern krmicus of the
Mexican Central It. It. Hy the time
one tkea a hurried walk through
thd pintipal f-trecta of the t.wn,
ha beciiiKS tiioroughly impressed
with th'j id -a tint he is in Mexico,
surrounded with Mexican people, who have
manners and customs, so different, in many
respects, one cannot help see ins the great
contra'-t between the people here and in
tlie U. S. It is tiU", there is a considerable
sprinkle of U. S. people here and there, but
n.it enough to give an appearance of things
common to a town run by United States
laws and custoas. Ft m the Itio Grande
the real runs due South, through a level
plain, dry and sandy, to the West, at a dis
tance, bills and mountains may be seer,
which b t Jer on the Santa Maria dad Rio
Casa Gramles rivers. Those streams tun due
North antl empty into lakes, which seem
to have no outlets, doubtless the waters
pass beneath the surface and eventually
find their way into the bed of the Rio
Grande. A number of stations, of but little
importance, are noticed along tho line of
road, occasionally herds of sheep arc seen
grazing on the grassy patches. Only now
and then does the traveler see any attempt
nu le to cultivate the soil, water is scarce,
and people of energy aud enterprise still
scarcer. Owing t. the monotonous appear
ance of things in general along the line of
the roa l, one becomes tired and glad to lie
ovet and take a ret at this place, which is
noted for being the headquarters of many
minins men, stock men and tho outfitting
point to the rich silver mines in the moun
tains. Chihuahua (pronunciation Che-wau-wau)
is a place of considerable trad1, prb
ubly one-third of the inhabitants are free
from any taint of Mexican blood. There
are some very good buildings to be seen
an 1 considerable enterprise is manifested,
at least for a Mexican town. The main
route, leading to the fabulously rich silver
region in the mountains, bordering on the
waters of the different branches of the
Yaqui river, is more or less infested with
organized bands of robbers, making it
somewhat hazardous to venture
a trip in that direction, unless
in numbers sufficient for safety. Only a
few months ago a prominent eastern capi
talist who had interests in mines over in
that section, left here in compauy with his
wife lo go by private conveyance to his
mines. They were waylaid, cruelly mur
dered and robbed. A superintendent of
some mines was soon afterwards treated tlie
same way. Owing to the want of proper
laws, governing titles and the complicated
rules and regulations relative to mining,
this industry is attended with considerable
difficulty and uncertainty in Mexico.
There is no question as to the richness of
the mines here, but tho natives lackjenergy,
and the miners of the rest of the world are
slow to attempt a general development of
those vast deposits of mineral wealth. It is
safe to predict that not many years will
elapso before Yankee ingenuity and enter
prise will in some way have a freer license
to go iu and possess tlioso mines, even if
coercion has to bo resorted to, for who ever
yet knew gold or silver to exist in paying
quantities anywhere in this wide world,
but what Yankee persoveranco found a way
to get at it?
Indians also 'are more or less trouble
some in the mountain districts. It is not
an unusual thing for them and tho Mexican
0A1U0 BULLETIN: WEDNKSDAY MOUNINU MAItCU
soldiers to have a brush. Soldiers are by
no means scarce, and they seem to be more
attentive and devoted to the interests of the
saloon keepeis than to tho practical of mili
tary tactics or life at the barracks. There is
a good deal of self importance and bluster
about the average soldier, especially if he
should sport an extra button, Bfripe or
epaulet. In his associations with Uncle
.Sam ciiizaas ho seims to have an air of di
respeet, probably the outgrowth of that
sound drubbing they of their fathers got
some forty years ago at the hands of our
soldiery. Educational fuei titles, outside
the Catholic church, seem to lie mender;
their churches and schools are present in
every town of any size. The Protestant
churches are permitted to go on in tlie
even tenor of their way, and within tlie
last year or two considerable headway has
been made in building churches and
preaching the Protestant faith. The inter
communication, as the natural result of
railroads from tho United States into Mexico
will further tlie facilities and prospects of
the Protestant churches in this country.
FRIDAY NIGHT, MARCH 21.
Leavitt's Gigantic Minstrels is a big or
organization, with a host cf good perform
ers and a splendid progrunme, and have
given the most perfect satisfaction wher
ever they have performed.
They indulge in nothing iu the
way of played out acts er
j'ikes, and prido themselves m pro
ducing only that which is ctisp and new.
The compauy render a burlesque on "Pa
tience," which is especially telling and ef
fective, and creates roars of Uughter.
Tinio lo Sell.
An Indiana farmer w ho was "holding
on" to lioij bushels of corn last fall to
secure a better price, came rushing into
his hou-e one evening, after a call at a
neighbor'.-,, and gasped out:
"Joseph John William, we've got
to load three wagons with corn before
we go to bed to-night."
. "Why, father, what's happened?"
"What's happened? Why, Jim
Sheets ho takes a Chicago paper, and
ho was just reading to me as how a
schooner loaded with SO.OoO bushels of
corn has gone to the bottom ul Lake
"And what of it?"
"Why, you three idiots, corn will
jump 30 cents a bu-hrd before ruid
nignt, and we must bo in Indianapolis
betoro noon! The time. has arrove to
ell every ear we've got, and scrape in
all the omptv robs we kin lind kicking
around." Wull S'nrt Xors
T he longest line of fence in the world
will be the wire fence extending from
thf Indian Territory west across tho
Texas I'nnhandle and thirty-live miles
into New Mexico. It is said that eighty-live
miles of thi.s fence is already
under contract. Its course will Lo in
the line of the Canadian ILvr, ami its
purpose is to stop the drift of tho
northern cattle It is a hold and
splendid uiti'.pri-e, and will pay a
larije percentnge on tho investment.
The fence will be over two hundred
V. P. r.AMBDis. river editor ot fna I?rn.XTi
and Heamboat paioenaer auent. Orders for all
kinds of ateamboat Job printing solicited. Office
at Bower's European Hotel. No. 'Z Ohio levee.
STAGES OF THE UIVER.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port at G p. m. 43 feet 3 inches and ris
ing. Chattanooga, Mar.lS. River 19 feet 11
inches and falling
Cincinnati, Mar. 13. River 49 feet 8
inches and falling.
Louisville, Mar. 18. River 23 feet
0 inches and rising.
Nashville, Mar. 18 River40 ft 8 inches
Pittsburg, Mar. 19. River 9 feet 9 inch
es and falling.
St Louts, Mar 18. River 11 ft 1 inch
es and rising.
The weather is decidely gloomy and we
fear some big waters. We hope not but
stand from ujder.
The Ella Kirabrough left here yesterday
evening full of freight and big passenger
trip for Memphis and way points.
Decidely to foggy for steamboat naviga
tion last night.
The Jas. W, Gaff from Cincinnati will
pass down for Memphis this morning.
The Thos. Sherlock will report here to
day for New Orleans.
John Haynes, from the "mouth of
Smithland," says there is salvatioa yet fur
the old Kentucky boys.
Tho Hudson leaves St. Louis this even
ing for Cairo and Puducah,
The City of Baton Rougo leaves St. Louis
for New Orleans this evening.
The City of Cairo is due to-night for
Charley Elmore, the renowned harpist, is
again in the city. Charley is great on tho
The Wyoming will report here to-night
Tho Ohio from Memphis is due to-morrow
night for Cincinnati.
The City of New Orleans left here yester
day full of freight.for New Orleans.
A new play is about to he produced en
titled "what shall ho do with it," well, if
"it" is a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup,
he'd better take a spoonful threo times a
day until ho gets rid of bis cough or cold.
telling and lUirn
in& Tortures, Hu
tions, such as
CUT It ELM or Erzitna, PaorluHl, Scald Head,
Y Inlantile or Itlrlh Humors, and every form of
Itchintr, Scaly, l'im ly, ScnifinmiH, Inherited, t'on
tau'iimn, and Copper -cidurud ili-raxi Of tho lllood,
Skin, and .Si aie, with r lluir, are positively
cured by the i tici ka I.kmkihk.
tiTHTiu Kksoi.vknt, Him new blood puniler.
c enn.ei the blood and pcrspiiutiou of inipnrlt'cs
and poisonous fii'iut-M.-, and thus it-moves tho
C i Tiei UA. the L'ruat Skin Cure, insluiilly allays
Itf hinK and Iiillammiitions clears thu Skin and
Scalp, heals I leers anil Sores and restores the hair.
( eT .riiA So.m-, an excellent Skin Ili-autiller and
Toilet 11 (piisii,-, prepared from Cullciira la lndls
ronsablelu treatlnu-Skin Hi-eases. Ilahy Humors,
Skin lllnnishes, Itmitjii, Clapped or Oily Skin.
t Lin cm Kkhkdiks are absoultely pure, and tha
only real lllood I'urlllers and Skin Iieatitlllers, free
from mercury, arsenic, lead, zinc, or any other
mineral or ve.-etublo poison whatsoever.
I r woLi.n require li is entire paper to do Justice
to a description of the cures performed by theCutl
cura Itesolvut Internally, and Cutlcura and Cn'l
cura Itenolvenl lut rnally, and Cutlcura aud Cutt
cura Soap externally.
F.i .iv a of I h pahuaol the hands and of the ends
of the finders, very dlllkult to treat aud usually
considered incurable; small patches of tetter and
sait rheum of the, ears, nose, and sides of the fare.
ht-.vi.LKii Heads with loss of Hair without num
her, heads covered with dandruff and scaly ernp
Horn, especially of children and Infants, many of
Yihn hsincebirth had been amais of scabs;
In in no, buniinu and scaly" tortures that ballled
even reiitf from ordinary remedies, soothed and
healed as oy nia.'ic;
1'soiiiAii!., I.epro-y, andfother frightful farms of
skin diseases, scrofulous ulcers, old sores, and (lis-char-zing
wounds, each and ail of w hich have been
speedily, permanently and economically cured by
the Cnthura Hemcdlcs.
Sold ev-ry where. I'rice: Cutlcnra, SO cents; He
solvent, gl III; S 'BP, -J', cents. I'oTTKll DllLU AND
IIKMieu. Co , lioston, Mass.
Send for -'How toCurokln Diseases."
COMPLETE TREATMENT $1
A sinc-lf !oe of Sanfnrd s liudical Cure instantly
reliever- the ino.-t violent Sneezing or Head Cold-,
clears the Head as by mafic, stops watery ills
charges from tlw Nose and Eyes, prevents Uinnini'
NoWes in the Head, cures Nervous Headache, ana
subdues ( hills und Kever. In Chronic Catarrh it
cleiibst-s the nasal passages of foul mucus, restores
the sen-is of smell, taste, aud hearitie when af
fect id, frees the head, throat, and bronchial
tubes of nilensivo matter, sweetens and purities
the breath, s!or,s thu coiiL'h and arrests tho pro
Kr s of Cararrh towards Consumption.
One home Radical Cure, one box Catsrrhul Sol
vent and Sauford's Ii hiiler. ad in one p ckatre, of
all (lrut'L-isis forl. Ask lor Saiufohd' Radical
Ccre. Pottkk Uitru andCiikh. Co., Boston
C'ollln'ri ohaic hlectric Plas
ter insl'iurlv atfcctH the Nerv
ous System and bsulshes
Pa'n A pe-fect Electric Bat
tery combined with a Porous
IS THE CRY
Piaster for ri cents. It anni-
lates Pain, vitalizes Weak and
Worn Out Parts, strengthen
1 irtu M iircies, prevents Disease, and dots mote in
one-hall the time than any other plaster in the
worm. oiu everywhere.
THE BEST T1TIXG KXOWX
In Ilard or Soft, Hot or Cold Water.
PAVES LAROK, TIME ami SOAP AMAZ
INGLY, and niveg universal sntinfaetlou. Ka
luiuily, rich or poor, should bo w ithout it.
Sold by all Grocers. UEWAKK of imitations
well designed to mislead. 1'KAItI.INK is tlio
O.M.Y SAKE lalKir saving compound, ami ttl
Way U-ara tho above symbol, aud uuuie ot
JAUE3 l'YLE. KEW YOIIK.
My baby six months old broke out wl'h pome
kind of skin humor, and alter being treated live
mouths by my family physician, was given tip to
die The druggist recommended Swilt's Specific,
and the effect was as gratifying as It was mlrs.cn
lous. My child soon got well, all tracea of the dis
ease 's gone, and he Is as fat as a pig.
J. II. KiiiKLAND, Jlinden, Kusk County. Texas.
I have suffered for many years from nlcerB on mv
legs, often very large and painful, during which
timtf I used almost everything to effect a cure, but
In vain. 1 took Swilt'g Specitlc hy advlcu of a
friend, and In a short time was rnrud sound aud
well, Edwln J. Milieu, Beaumont, Texas.
I have been afflicted with Scrofula for twelvo
years, and have had sores on mu as large as a
man s hand for that length of time. Last summer
I was so bad off that 1 could not wear clothing. I
hart spent hnndrcdg of dollars in the effort to ho
cutert, but nlUto no purpose, aud had Injured my
self with Mercury and Potash. Your Swift's Npc
cillc cured me promptly anil permanently, and I
hope cvoay like euil'erer will take it.
It L. limn, Lakoni, Ark.
rmMIXENT 1IAPTIST PREACHER.
I was laid low by an attack of Bronchitis and
Minister s Soro Throat, and my life was almost de
spaired of. when my physician said try S. S. H. I
hesitated for soma time, but as I was a'raid of bo
Ing permau. ntly laid aside from tho active duties
my ministry, I decided to give the preparation a
fair trial, and after porsevering iu Its use I found
compl tc lellef, and am enjmlng excellent health.
I am clearly of the oplmou that Swiff Speciilc is
one of thobe-t Alteratives and lllood I'tirillers In
existence, and 1 take pleasure in recommending
its curative qualities to others allltcted as 1 was.
il. C. LloaNADV.
FROM A WELL KNcWX LAWYER.
I hava taken Swift's Specific for Rheumatism.
and found perfect, relief. It also relieved me of
Dyspepsia, rmm which I had suffered for years. I
believe, when duly appreciated aa a Tonic and
lllood Purifier, that Hwlft'a Bpcclllc will bocoma a
household remedy, 1). p. llii.r.,
Atlanta, Oa., Nov. IS, 1882.
Our treatise on Wood and Skin Dli cases mailed
free to applicants.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Oft.
Now York Office, 159 W. Hid St., between Sixth
and Seventh Avenue
A New and Complete Hotel, fronting o Lcvet
.Second aud Huilroad Streets,
Tho PasH-ufir Depot of the Chlcaso, St. I.oulf
and .lew Orleans: Illinois Central; Waharh, St.
Louts and Pacific; Iron Mountain and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; Cairo and St. Louis Hallways
are all Just across the street; while the Steamboat
Landing Is lint one square dislant.
This Hotel is healed by steam, has steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Electric Call Hells.
Automatic Klre-Alarma. Baths, absolutely pure air,
perfect seweraee and complete appointment.
Snperh fnroishlr.i's; perfect sutvice: and an nn
I j. 1'. PAKKKR & CO.. Lt-asPA
617 St. Charles St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
A racnlnp Ornduntn of two medical
Colleges, has been lonirer engaged In the trpal
nii nt of t 'liroiii.-, Nurvnun, KUiu mui
ilno.l DUraM S than any other tihyslelan in
St. I.ouls, as city papers show and all old resi
dents know, ( oiisuliiitbin at oilice or bv mall,
free and Invited. A frieiell v talk nr Ills opinion
coats nothing. When ills inconvenient toyllt
the elty fur treatment, nieillelnes eau be sent
by inallor express even-where. Curable cases
guaranteed ; w here doubt exists it i l'raukly
stated. Callor Write,
Xsryous Prnstratlnn, HeblHty, Mental and
Physical Weakum, Mercurial and other
affect Ions of Throat. Skin and Hones, llloo.l
Impurities and lllood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Snree and t'lre n, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, riles. Special at
tention U cases fro m over-work cil brain.
SfRlilCAfiCAsiES receive special attention.
llseae arising from Imprudences, Exresses,
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