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OAIltO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOJiNING HAY 7, 1884.
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For tne are 0f Coughs, Colds
Hoars-jiess, Bronchitis.Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re
lief ofconsumptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease, r or Sale
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W Ii.upH'li III M
The only known tjxdjte tat Epileptic Fita.-e
S s-Also for Spasms and Falling Sickncss.-i
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,Curcsugly blotches and stubborn blood Bores.
CIoanBcs blood, quickens sluggish circulation.
Eliminates Boils, Carbuncles and Scalds.-S
'j-Pcrmancntly and promptly cures paralysis.
'cs, It is a charming and healthful Aperient.
Kills Scrofula and Kings Evil, twin brothers.
Changes bad breath to good, removing cause.
C tTItouts biliousness and clears complexion.
Charming resolvent and matchless laxative.5J
It drives Sick Headache like the wlnd.-S
'"Contains no drastic cathartic or opiates.
Promptly cures Rheumatism by routing it.-u
Eestorcs lif .giving properties to the blood."
Is guaranteed to cure all nervous disorders.'
Criiellable when all opiates fall.-u
Refreshes the mind and invigorates the body.
Cures dyspepsia or money refundcd.S
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From these sources urine three-fourths of
the diseases of the human race. These
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Appetite, Uowtli costive, Hick Head,
ache, fullnea after eating, aversion to
eiertion of body or wind, Eructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Imvt
spirits, A feelinB of having neglected
some duty, IMziiness, I'liittcrlnc at the
Heart, Hots before the eye, highly col
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PILLS have no equal. Their action on the
Kidneys and Skin is also prompt; removing
all impurities throtifrli these three " scav
engers of the system," producing nppe.
tite.sound tligestion, regulnr stools, a dear
skin and a vigorous bod v. TTTT'S PILLS
.H?h6i 1? Da"s'a or griping nor interfere-y-nu
dally work and nre a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
FEELS LIKE A KEW MAJV.
havo had Iy,BPP8l. with Constipa
tion, two years, and have tried ton different
kinds of p Us. and TVTT'S are the first
that have dono me any good. They have
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man." W.b. UiW ABDS, Palmyra, O.
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cuI.1 0R Whiskers changed in.
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plication of this Uve. Sold by DruSa!
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Liver and Kidney Hemedy,
Compounded from the well known I
Curative Hops. Malt, Buchu. Man.
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I THEY CURE JJTSPEPSIA 4 KDIGESTIOS, j
let upon the Liver and Kidneys.
EEGULATE TUB BOWELS,
They cure Rheumatlum, and all Url-
. uuijr iruunies. uuey invigorate,
uuunxn, mrenpuien ana quiet
the Nervous Byatem.
As a Tonlo they have no Equal.
I none tint Hops and Malt Bitters.
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E. A- BURNETT,
Publisher and I'roDrietor.
A I'hinesp Xcwspnpor.
A writer ia Cassoll's Family Maya
tine makes tho following intiuTstinj;
extracts from tlio Puking (lazcttc, tlie
cllieial newspaper of the Chinese em
pire: But if there aro tliefts, murders an J
misdemeanors, prisons, fearful execu
tions and the bastinado, in the celestial
empire, there is also the virtue- reward
office, and its reports are frequent in
tho Poking Gazelle. What manner of
virtue is rewarded we shall glean from
a few examples. A petition with a
long list of influential names is sent up
to tho throne, praying that a monu
ment bo erected to immortalize tho
nanus of Lady Ho.
Lady Ho had been married, at eight
een, to Lu Shu-yung. When ho was
seized with his last illness, the lady,
"although occupied every nijrht in se
cretly burning incense and oll'oriug up
tearful prayer, maintained during the
day a cheerful countenance, that tho
parents might not be overcomo by de
jection. For months sho changed not
her raiments, hut devoted herself sedu
lously to administering to the wants of
her husband; nnd finally, as a last re
source, she cut from her arm a piece of
llesh to mix with tho medicine." But
it was all unavailing; Lu Shu-yung
died. IIo fainted several times with
grief. "But sho had already resolved
not to outlive her husband, and after
privately writing to her sister-in-law to
come and attend upon tho two parents,
already advanced in years, sho swal
lowed a gold ring, and at the age of
thirty-four thus sacrificed her life."'
And wo should certainly add our stone
to her cairn but for that little business
of tho ring, which, thouirii prettily de
vised and according to Chinese notions
virtuously done, sounds badly to west
Another lady, by namo Wu-chang, is
to have a memorial arch erected to her
for a similar suicidal sacrifice. Her
husband having died before one year of
. marriage, sho was dissuaded from kill
ing herself only by tho hope of serving
his parents, which duty sho carried out
with truly praiseworthy faithfulness for
many years, until after their death sho
declared that sho would follow her hus
band, and refusing all food, died after
seven days. A third hid), by namo
Wang, residing at Choh Chow, not
only chopped herself on all occasions
in the most frightful manner, but ap
plied burning incense-sticks to her
arms, to provide cures for her rela
tions. Under all these overcharged ex
amples we must not be blind to tho
true national virtue of the Chinese,
their devotion to parents and the ladies
who are faithful to "ono love in a life,"
are worthy of all honor; but it troubles
us benighted westerners to read of tho
fair wee-footed creatures burning,
starving, and cutting themselves, or
even swallowing gold rings. Tho
virtue reward ollieo has often better
work than this to do; fidelity, filial de
votion, the bravery of soldiers who dio
in battle, the virtue of women who sac
rifice lifo rather than honor thero aro
things to bo rewarded with more than
posthumous titles and memorial
Ono of tho strangest pages that yet
remain for us to glance over, is tho let
ter and tribute of the king of Burmah
to the emperor of China, who was at
tno time, we must not forget, however
patriarchal in official documents, in
reality a mero baby of between threo
ana lour oddly destined to have grav
ity, ceremony and splendor, instead of
natural childhood. iMeug-tun, king of
Burmah, sends a letter written in gold
to be laid before the throne of the great
emperor of tho heavenly dynasty, lie
calls himself his vassal, his insignifi
cant slave, and paints poetically how,
as the sunflower bows before the sun,
all mankind turns with adoration
towards tho imperial person; and his
letter ends by wishinj his imperial
majesty "long'life for ten thousand
for ten thousand thousand years." Tho
list of tribute presents which were to
be delivered at the paiaeo gate, in
cludes this letter written in" gold, a
Burmese image of the god of longevity,
live tame elephants and an inunenso
pair of ivory tusks, rins and jewels,
thousands of sheets of goid-leaf and
silver-leaf, heaps of mandill-wood; and,
in tho same wonderful cataloguo with
the elephaDts and jewels, fifteen pea
cocks' tails, twenty bottles of scent and
pomade, several pieces of thick, heavy
shirting (no doubt from Manchester),
and last, not least, nnd decidedly use
ful for an emperor "twenty foreign
The Same to Von.
Fritz, as he is familiarly called, is a
genial old Gorman who keeps a beer
saloon, lie labors under the disadvan
tage of being extremely deaf, hence ho
has a deputy who attends to the spirit
ual wants of the customers. Ono day
a fun-loving youth, named Bead, en
tered the saloon with a few friends,
their object being to test some of the
beer, probably in the interest of sei
once. Fritz was as smiling as a basket
of poker chips. Bend raised his nuiir
the ono with tho beer in it and uan
teringly remarked to Friiz:
"Here's to your health, you miser
able old reprobate ; you tire a disgrace
to the nineteenth century."
"The same to you Mr. B"ad," re
plied the old image, bobbing his head
and smiling, under tho impression that
Rome extraordinary compliment had
been paid him.
"Do you not think I would make a
very attractive- iingnl?" Baid a dudo
with vory huge eats to a young lady.
"Well, no, she rehlii.,i ,,;i!,
1 . 1.... I . ""'K
iun jiuiiiiTiinu uuin: 1
think yo,ur wTngs
aro too high up."
V II K V I N ii ON Fit I luS I)S.
Men Who Live Ity Ron-owing-..
Typos of llio Class.
There aro borrowers and borrowers,
and from the mildest to t ho most ag
gressive, unblushing and insatiable
typo of this class yf human parasito
liiero is probably no class of people
on oar th more shunned and detested.
There is no limit to tho inveterate bor
rower's assurance. He will borrow his
best friend's last dollar, and his con
science if ho has ono seems never to
Tho chronic borrowor of tho worst
t vpo cannot Lcmoro forcibly delineated
than ho is in the character of Narcisse,
the handsome youn? Creole who figures
so prominently in George W. Cable's
novel, "Dr. Sevier." This typo of the
borrower never repays, and never re
ally intends to, although tho sophistry
of his nature is so much tho master of
him that in assuring his victim that ho
will certainly refund tho amount bor
rowed lie can almost mako himself be
lievo that such is really his intention.
Narcisso represents that type of bor
rower who is utterly selfish," yet who
manages, through an affected artless
ness which is almost natural, to make
it appear that ho is the most benevolent
and kindly disposed person in tho
world. Assuming always tho attitmln
of a chosen friend, ho is not to bo re
pulsed except by downright insult.
His chief weapon is flattery, and his fa
vorite victim one who can resist it no
more than ho can summon courage to
meet repeated advances by a blank re
fusal. Tho young man on a small salary
whose tastes are more fastidious than
those of many a millionaire invariably
parts with his monthly or weekly sti
pend considerably in advance of its re
ceipt, lie bridges over his pecuniary
uiiasuis uy uurruwiiig 01 lUSU'lCUUS anil
follow-einploy!S. There is nothing
mean about this kind of a borrower.
He despises a penurious man above all
1 I 1 ... 1 A I '
ouiers, out, men penurious men aro
never borrowers, and, wlulo abundant
ly able, they are seldom known to lend
The borrowing clerk or employe con
lines lus patronago to one "victim at
a time. First ho borrows a quarter to
get lus luncii, and repays it with scru
pulous promptness. Ho repeats tho
process at frequent intervals, and,
while increasing his demands from 25
cents up to twico or three times that,
does not fail to refund the amount ac
cording to agreement. Then ho gives
his victim a breathing spell while he
commences preamiuary Droceedincra
with a fresh unfortunate. Selecting
now a favorable time and place, lie re
turns to his first friend and unbo
soms himself in a burst of confidence
not to be resisted. Ho must have $10
or he is ruined, and explains tho whole
matter so plausibly that tho lender can
not refuse him. Having been in the
past promptly repaid he has no reason
for refusing, so he hands over half of
his week's salary7 and sees tho last of
it. 1 he borrower, with a cool hardi
hood that does not exist elsewhere,
studies to give tho impression that ho
has forgotten all about his obligation,
atid the lender is too proud to remind
mm ot it.
Thero is one type of the chronic bor
rower whoso frank, open hearted man
ner is simply marvelous, lt is his stock
in trade. Ho will slap you on the back
in tho friendliest manner in tho world.
and, looking you smilingly in the face,
will say: "l'ou haven't got a couple of
dollars about you, liavo you, my dear
fellow? I declare, I forgot my pocket
book this morning and am completely
Ol course, he gets the couple of dol
lars and you may be sure that you will
never see it again. Every day for
weeks, perhaps months, tho borrower,
if he sees you across the street, will
come over purposely to say: "Well, 1
declare, 1 forgot all about that little
matter this morning; what a bore, to bo
sure!" You agree with him heartily
as to the last clause of his remark, but
politely request him not to mention it.
finally your coolness rather discour
ages him, and he, too, like every other
member of his class, makes it conven
ient to forget all about the matter.
Then there is your distant relative,
or the man who once did you a small
favor. He is as susceptible to insult as
ho is lazy and shiftless. As employer
after employer discharges him for "in
solence, arroganco or utter incapacity,
or as ho voluntarily quits work in order
to maintain his cheap dignity, ho conies
to you to keep him out of the gutter, to
brace him up and get him another situ
ation. The longer you pay for his
board and clothes the more ho is wil
ling to lot you, and the easier is ho in
sulted by his successive employers,
who do not recognize his title to aii as
sumption of dignity which so, overbal
ances his actual usefulness.
These aro some borrowers, but their
name is legion and their methods count
less. liaok Kumlc's
The brain of Frank U inde. tl,0 inhu
man monster who committed suicide
in the penitentiary at Joliet the other
day, ought to bo subjected to a most
careful and scientific investigation.
Thero was something so very abnormal
in this case that it is worth while to
know, if possible, whether he was a
freak of nature in her most diabolical
mood, or a lunatic. Thirteen murders
were committed by him. Bamle was
not a product of las surroundings. He
belonged to a respectable family, re
mote from those centers of population
which produce habitual criminals. Ho
himself was once respected. At ono
time he was a school teacher. The ge
nius of Hood has given imniortaliiv to
Eugene Aram, the school teacher who
committed murder. Everybody feels
that there is a peculiar incongruity be
tween teaching school ami talking hu
man life. Had Eugene Aram been en
gaged in any other pursuit his caso
would have been less sensational and
surprising. But lu Frank Bando wo
have a school teacher sunk to tho very
bottom of the bottomless pit, as an en
emy of society. A tramp taking fiend
ish satisfaction in human butchery.
What was it? Did the snake in his na
ture lay coiled in torpor until domestic
tiflliction developed it into the absoluto
master of his life, or did reason ubili
cate? Chicago InUr Ocean.
Thero 111 e only !)C2,:'Ul living Roltliors
and sailors who have never implied for
A J'osifive Cire for Every Form
Skin and Blood Bisease, from
Pimples to Scrofula.
rl'llOl'SANPS !' LKTTEUM In nur ponneHHlon
X repeat iIiIk Htiry: 1 have been a terrllilo suf
ferer lor yuan with Blood and Kkiu llumura; hare
been obliged Id slum public iiln-i'S by reason of iLy
dlfll;rlnn li"inirn; nave nan mu mm pnyKii-iuns;
haveMient hundreds of do lnr and eot no real ro
ller until I lined 1 be CerieniA Hkhoi.vknt, the new
Blond I'uritler, intiTnally. anil (,'itm ciia and Cm.
. . K.ne. Hut lireiit Skin t'urcm ami Skin Beaut!-
Hern, externally, which biivo cured me and lult my
Kn ami mutiii or emu who. b.
.1 limit K. liii linrdsoii. t'mtcim limine. New Or-
l-niix mi oil' b. hii-.-Iii li"1' NcruinloliH 1'lcern
broke out on my In il.' until I wan a maen of corrup
tion Kvcrunini; nmwu 10 inu meuitii luruiiy
wan tried ui vain. 1 becmmi a mere wreck. At
llni. x could not lift my IiiukIh to my head, could
not Mini In bed: whs in enntdmt pal'-, and looked
inion 1 lit as a curie. Norulu-I or cure In ten year
In l-Si 1 heard ol the Cutirnni Ki iiii-iIIch, and uccd
Ibein and wan pt riecuy ciireo.
Swum to lie ore U.S. Com. J. D. CKAWKJKD.
STILL MORK SO.
Will McDonald. Dearborn Street, Cblcaco
irruti fully a. know edes a cure of Kcnemn, or Halt
Khe'llii. on neii'i, ne n. ibci urine nun ii b lor m-v-entei
n viviri-: not ublu to move, except on handH
and knrcH. tor ore) ear; not able to help hlin-olf
lor eijM year; tried nuiidieus 01 remeieen; noctnrH
prnMcine.-n hi" nw- oopuicsti, iermauiuiiy cured
by 1I10 CHillcur Keuiemc.
MOKE WONDERFUL YET.
II. fl. t.'arpenter, lleiiderfoii, N. Y., curej f.f
Pmiriai or l.eprocy.oi iwcniv yenr BtiiniiliiE, py
('nth ur Id medic". The mont wonderful cure ou
record. A duntpnnful of ncalo full from Mm dally
l'hm'clai.a ami IiIh friei da thought he nrai-t die
(iircsAorn to tiifire a Junbe of tho peace and
Ileiider'oii B in )H prominent ciiizi uh.
Wrile to r.s f'ir there ientinioninla in full or tend
direct to the partie. All aro Btmolutelv tiuuand
iriven without our knowledge o- polidtion iton'l
wait. Nov in the t'me to cure 1 very Hpecic-of
ItrhtnL'. Sc-ily, rlmply, Swrolu nUH, Inherited. (.011
niL'ioio' and Copper color- d IU-cum-h of the llh'ori,
Skin and vii!p with Lorn of lluir.
I) 1 1 I UrVr "o ieh. Chapped and
rjAUl J ('ilySkini lUckhcadit, and
Skin l;li uihen, ukc (,'uticiin coup.
SAXFOKD'S RADICAL CURE
llea-l Cold", Watrr PiHchnrgcH from th- Nope
ar,d Kid. nint'liiR Noifea in the Head, Servoli"
U-iulai-lie and r'ever innmrttlv relieved.
' Clmckinif 11111011 diclndgeti, membrane changed
and healed, breath ("weeleiied, pniell. tante and
heiirlni r- stored, and ravage checked.
Cf.iijjli. I'.ronchiti". Dropping '"to the Throat,
Painn In the Clieft, Dyepurnia, Wanllun at
Strt'Dirth nil" Klenh, l.nm ol Sleep, etc , cured,
due bottle Hadical Cure, one box ('admiral Sol
vent and Siinlord'H Inliuler. all In one package,
formir.i; a complete treatment, of all driimrict- f .r
l. Ak for Sanford Kadical Cure, a pure distil
lation of Witch Hazel, Am. Pine, C. Fir, Mari
gold. ( lover Hl'wimit, etc. Potteu Dura ami
Chkmii al Co.. l!oton.
Colun'i" Voltaic kleclric Plan
ter luftantly atlVctH the Nerv
ous System and bantiihea
1'ain. A pe feet Electric Hut
tttrv cofntiinrd uilb a Pornim
rjj IS THE CliY p,Hter for 1 etH. I' annihi
tv or latcB Pain, vitalize? Weak and
li SUFFERINS HAVE Worn Out Part-, nrct gthenx
Toed Murder, preventr l:e .pe, and doer mote in
one-halt the time than any other planter in the
world. Sold everywhere.
TILE BEST THING KNOWN
In Ilard or Soft, Hot or Cold Wator.
PAVES LAIIOK, TIMK and SO A I AMAZ
INGLY, and Kivea uiiivermtl snlMm-tlun. Ha
family, rich or poor, should be without it.
hold by all (iroeers. ISEW.l UK of Imitations
well deaiimed to mislead. rK.1CI.INK ia the
OM.Y nAr r. latior-aavinie coinpuuiitt, ana tti"
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bliity. rmmatnru 'Decline in .Man. 'Krror ol
Youth, and untold miccrie recultinv Ironi indi
cret:on or excen-ea A Ijook for every man, vounir.
middle-seed and old. ltcon'aim lil nreio rliition
f"r all a'-ute and chronic diftae, ihcIi one ol
which to invaluahta. f-o to ind r.y die Author.
Hone experience lor il year la ucli a proiiahiy
never befere fell to the lot of any phynlrlan. w
pane", bound Ir. beautiful Kruiich mu!iii, einho
red cover, lul (ri!t, cuaratite-d to be a finer work
in ev. ry !ie mechanical. 1 1 t'Tiirv hjk) nrofea
lor.al than iinv oilier work fold In thla country
ror ii .so. or too money will be refunded in every
tnriance i'rh-c only jl.tn by mill, post aid.
II 1 11 mm t i ve cam lit li centa. .'end Dow. tiold
medal award' d the aiiltior by the Natio- al Medical
AenM-iatinii, to the , filcer of which ho r fern.
1 hif book botild tie n-ad ty the younj ItiT In
t'lictlou, nnd by the ulllict'd for n-liet U will
betiellt ail. London l.nr.eet.
There In no member ol por.lrt v to whom thlp
book will not be uceful. w hi ther youth, parent
uard iin, lntructi.r or b-ri; man Au'onaut.
Add:e the I'eahody Medical Inf titute. or I)r
W. li. I'arker, No. 1 Uuitli.d Stieet. I) inton.
Mai"a., who may be conciilied on all illf. an t re
qiii'iiiK skill uud experience. ('Ironic and obrtl
nate dli'ea.ei" that liav, h'ltlletl Hi; I the
rkillol all o'her phyp!rian a HlJlxlj rpe
cialty. riuch treated uc- HM I yyi' I 1
cc'-lullf without an inrt- 1111 Oljljl
anceel failure Mention thin paper.
For Salo bv
M' IIO O I I IV O- CO IJ fi II,
It It a hnrnili ri veentuMe RVrnp, very (telle loin to
the iiwti'. Itellevesut mice' ami Is a i)Kltlve cure.
WINTER and BRONCHIAL COUCH
lire cured by 11111 excellent remedy.
Dinctinut in trn lantjmirirs iicfmipmii 1 rtry hUlt.
AM, HISEASHK OF TUB I1I.OUH, HTOMACU,
l.lver. Ilnwel-t mid KldnevH: fur nil iliti-iisi-roi lein.
nllm.' ill llliiilll lliellt of the lilnnd. II. Atl-i lurM, Ml k
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Kidney ieue. tliln meilli liie in iibsnliitely nure.
'I liltnieiljetiie iIoi-m tji.t eniilMin iiuy niinvitil. iH ub-rtilllti-ly
veueblble, ri-wlnii-K till' btoi-il Inn hcnlthy
cnnilitinn, i-ei.riiliilliii; exicwri'M mid "applying du
di'lcncli'r, and preveiitK (lliteime.
1lrtetUm in Irn tnuiuairt iiniimiiduy nmj biillle.
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Snecial Auits. in this citv.
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Tiuinb Leave Caiko:
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ArrlviriK la St. Louis 9 00 a m. ; Chicago. S:30 p.m.,
Conuttiiii,? at Odin and hmnc'.ain for Ciucir
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p. in. 1'iint i-.t. l.onia hiuI
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a 111 ; 1i,.I;mU, 1. 1 .;, n l'aM.4.t,rH ,
l: ira.n lew h tt.u al Ve iointa 1 U to Mlj
i:tt l,.i ii u i v.-ii re of tiny other route.
M. .1.1 l.s'l CA1I froml airoioi iuctunail. witb
out t -iinx, Hi.d th'.in (,eper to ht. l.outa
and I. hit iio.
) ast Time I.;is1.
I 'liS'.t'Il O't'l'S "'" "'"' L'" "iroi.i;li to hart.
l'r" I'"11"' without any delu
-aiircd bv himdav inter VbhIuk. The Satiirdiv alter
loon truiu from f'alfo arrivci In new York Wor.dav
nf.niiti(! at 10:35. Thirty-.u hour, lu advance ol
n-' o'her route,
ir Ki r throned tlchetf and further informatl.u
M' lyul illiuoiii Contra! Kailroart Dejiot, Cmro
A. li. LAN HO... Oeu. I'am. Adect. thicsiio
U. H. T1MECAUI) AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS t'KN'l HAL l(. It,
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M til ...'.:Jia.ir.. I tMall
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Da:!y exceM SuP'tav. t Uailv.
AUIUVAL AND DKPAKTl'BE OF
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...5 p. m.
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PO. een del. op n from 7:30 am to:30 pm
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tfT"NOTE.-l'hanitct will be puillnhed from
time to tlm in city pa pern, (hanue your carda ac
cordindy. VM. M. ML'Kl'lIV. P. M
617 St. Charles St.. ST, LOUIS, M0.
A rairnlnr Omdunto oi two medical
colleges, has been lonnei eniiiiKed ill the trea!
nient of (Jliroiiio, N.rvuua, HUiii and
lllooil Disease, than any other phrrlclan In
t-U I.ouli, as city p;tieri inow mid all Ud rl
dents know. CoiisultHtlon at off.ee or bv malt,
free and Invited. A friendly talk or bis opinion
Costa nothlnir. When lt li l:ici.veiilent tovMIt
the city for treatment, nit-dlelnes can lie sent
bytnallorexirpM evervwheie. Carabiecasea
KUiininteeil : where doubt extot- It 1 frankly
BUtcd. tailor Write.
Nervon Pront ration, PeMiity, Mental nd
Physical Weknr, Hrrca, lal and other
aftectlonnof Throat, Kklaand Bones, Blood
Impnrltlaa and Blood Poisoning, kln Affec
tions, Old Sorea and I'lcern, Impfdlmentit to
MarrlagB, Rhuimatlsm, Plies. Special at
tention t rases from orer-worked hraln.
SlKfilCAI. CArS receive special attention.
Dlseasea arising from Imprndenm. KxresseSj
Indulgences or Expomrei,
It Is Self-evident that a plivilclan fvhig
particular attention to a class of cat-b attaini
irreathklll, ami physicians In regular practice
all over the country knowing this, freu'eiitly
recoiiiiiieml cii'es to the oldest olllce Ir Aincrl-.
ca, where every known appliance Is 'eMjcteif
to, and the provotl i-ood reined i -- of alt
iifcfes and countries are used, A whole liense la
lined for olllce purposes, and all are treated with
skill In a respectful manner: and, know.nif
what todo, no experiments are made. On .c
count of the great number applvlnr-, tha
charges are kept low, often lower than Is Ce
luainled by others. If you secure the ski 1 I nd
(let a speedy and perfect life cure, ttiat . s ;ha
Important matter. Pamphlet, 311 panes. S;nt
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THE BIST REMEDY IN THE WORLD FOR THE CURE
OF ALL DISEASES Peculiar to FEMALES.
Tt Is it Hpeci IIo for the cure of Falling of the
Womb, I.eiicorihti'.t, i'liin In the Hack, Painful
or Suppressed .Menstruation, Flooding, Faint
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MEF1RELLS FEMALE TONIC ffl
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Willi oncli bottle. Pi lee, .i.oo. Prepared bv
D JACOB S. MEERELL, St. Louis, llo.
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