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All communications ihoald be addressed to
E. A. BCHNKTT,
Publisher and Proprietor.
of New Vork.
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
FOR GOVERNOR. '
of Cook County,
FOR CONGRESSMAN. Sum Dint.
F. K. ALBRIGHT,
tVAnd the balance of the Democratic ticket
IN ALKXANDKH CO.
at MrCLUKE'S SCII00L-H0U5E,
Tuesday, Oct. 21-7 p. m.
FAST CAPE GIRARDEAU,
Tuesday, Oct. 211 . m.
Wednesday, Oct. 231 p, m.
Wednesday, Oct. S2 7 p. ra.
Thursday, Oct. 21 1 p. in,
Hon, GEORGE W. HILL.
Democratic Candidate for State Senator;
Hon. THOMAS WIL80V,
Candidate for State Board of Equalization ;
Hon. P. V.N. DAVIS,
Caudidate for Legislature.
Hon. P, H. KHOU,
Hon.M. C. CRAWFORD.
tSTAll persons who are In favor of an hoiioet,
economical administration of Oovurnment and are
opposed to tbe employment of convict labor In
competition with free labor, hi Is now done by
tbe Republican party, are requited to attend.
Hy order of COMMITTKE.
Hon. WM. K. MURPHY
will address tbe people at New Grand Chain,
Wednesday, Oct, 22, at 1 p. in.; at Pulaski, Oct.
2), 7 p.m.
non. GEO.W. HILL,
Democratic candidate for State fienatnr. will
address tbe people, at tbe following tlm t and
places: East Cape Girardeau, Tuesday, Oct. 21, at
1 p. m.; .i.cCI ro'n hchjol-housu, Tuesday, Oct.
21, at 7 j. m.; Thebes, Monday, Out. 2, at I p. m ;
Oiive Branch, W eduesday, Oct. 22, at 7 p. m.;
Commercial Point, Thursday, Oct. 2), at 1 p.m.
Hon. V.M. HAUTZKLL:
PlnckneyvUle. Monday, Oct. 27, at 7 p. m.;
Tamaroa, Tuesday. Oct. 28, at 7 p. m.; Marlon,
Wednesday, Oct. 29, 1 p. m.f Cohden, Thnradwy,
Oct. Jl, 7 p. m : Anna, Friday. Oct. Ul, 7 p. bi.;
lairo, Saturday, ov. 1,7 p. tn.
Sandwiches aro a croat 6taplo i
London. Forty thousand men aro said
to bo daily engaged in vending them.
An "experienced physician" is quot
ed as saving that thero is a gravo wait
ing not far ahead for children who aro
"never hungry for breakfast."
Tho new reservoir of Richmond, Va.,
holds 40,000,000 gallons of water, J
wuiio its population requires daily lor
cookin? and drinking 200,000 gallons.
Over $5,000 have been raised in pen
ny contributions to tho monument of
Peter Cooper. Tho committeo now call
for suggestions from artists and sculp
tors. It is estimated that tho population of
tho United States to-day is about 67,
000,000. Dr. Loring predicts that at
tho closo of tho prosout century it will
Ouo of tho largest shoots of plato
glass ever imported has been placod in
position in Pittsburg. Tho plato meas
ures 18G inches by 101 inches, and is
without a Binglo lluw.
A strong decoction of tho leaves and
stems of tomato plants is said to bo
deadly to caterpillars, lice and other
enemies of vegetation without being
Injurious to tho plants.
Walla Walla, W. T can boast of
two Chinamen who aro entitled to vote,
Shoo Fly and Andrew Johnson. Both
wero born in that city, and aro conso
quontly native born citizens.
Dr. Pratt, of London, is -authority
for the statement that between tho ages
of twenty-five and thirty thero aro six
deaths to tho thousand among married
nion and ton among bachelors.
Paper Is mado in Franco from tho
liop vine, and it is claimod that tho li
ber socurod is the best substitute for
rags yet obtaiuod, as it posscssos great
length, strength, flexibility and deli
cacy. In tho Empire of Morocco thoro is
only one subscriber to a nowspaper. 1
llu Is tho Emperor. As soon as thero
nro two or threo moro it is likoly somo
Yonkco will happen along and start a
Ono of the most remarkablo collec
tions of mineral springs is Catoosa
Springs, in North Georgia, Thoro aro
lifty-lwo springs, nearly all diil'eront in
character, wiihiu tho upaco of a two
Tho high prices paid in tho Now
York, market for snapping and mud
turtles has indiioud ninny fanners In
Rockland ami Oian.'o Countlm to go
Into tho raining of ilium anlnials.ua a
Some Idea of tho magnitude of tho
wheat crop of California mnv bo ob
talnod When it is stated that "it would
taku tho Con trnl and Si .mhom Paeilio
Railroad ono year t6 move it with
their present fttdiitiuf.
A very unpleasant S' Ct to dlsagroo
with is a uew religious body whono ex
istence has within u few mouths coujo to
light in the Crimen. Monitors deem it
their duty to kill, on (ho earliest oppor
tunity, those who differ with them.
Gorman physicians ore claimed by
many to be the most -skilful in the
world. They study thirteen years, in
nn ordinary collogo for live yoars, thon
attend a medical school six yoars, and
end up with two years in a hospital.
Experiments with the oloctrio light
in coal mines, mado in Pennsylvania,
have been quite encouraging. It is be
lieved tho uso of the now light in placo
of tho miner's lamp will rcduco tho li
ability of mines to lire-damp explosions.
Experiments with an electric tricyclo
in England have boon so encouraging
that 250 machinos will bo built 'Ihey
aro driven by a storago battery, carry
two persons and nro expected to run at
tho rato of six milos an hour on level
Mrs. Emmolino Rogers, tho "Texas
Cattle Queon," has turned tho half cen
tury lino, whilo hor recently acquirod
husband is twenty-throe yoars hor jun
ior. Sho has inducod him to abandon
tho ministry, but permitted him to bo
cloctcd to tho Legislature
Captain Rcnard, of Franco, tho in
ventor of an allogod navigablo balloon,
claims that tho problem of aerial navi
gation is completely solved, and that it
is now only a question of timo and
money. He says that a balloon postal
systom is as easy as a railroad system.
Tho oldest church of English or
igin in this country is in tho Islo of
Wight County, Virginia, and it was
built, it is thought, in 1G:12, and of im
ported brick. Tho thick walls and
tower aro still firm, but tho windows,
doors, and interior woodwork are
' Adultoralion of leather is tho latest,
and comes from Germany. It is ac
complished by soaking tho tanned hides
in glucose and drying them, which adds
to their weight and apparent solidity
and incroasos their value. It was de
tected by soaking tho leather in water
for twenty-four hours.
A swarm of bees havo been colonized
in tho mummy of an ok that has lain
on tho alkali flat, near Dayton, Nov.,
for two years or so, and tho interior of
tho carcass is full of honey. Tho skin
is intact ovor tho whole skoloton, and
is rigid as iron. Tho boos pass in and
out at tho mouth of tho animal.
Jayanoso magic mirrors aro in tho
markot. These aro mado of lino bur
nishod motal, and when lightly breath
ed upon disclose geometrical patterns,
landscapes or faces. Thoir manufac
ture is a secret, but is believed to con
sist of wolding tho pattern in one kind
of steol or iron upon a plato of a difler
ent kind. Ono which reproduced
faces, Bold at Philadelphia for $110.
A mammoth bce-hivo has been dis
covered in tho bosom of tho noted
peak commonly called void Raldy,"
situated in San Bernardino County,
California. Tho boos at work in this
wild mountain hivo aro almost innu
merable and they havo in storo a gi
gantic mountain of pure honey, which
is estimated to bo 150 feet deep and 200
feet wide, and contains moro than 500
barrels of the genuino article.
Although wives are often unreasona
ble and fault-finding and dissatisfied,
Jet they cannot bo censured for wish
ng somo slight degree of financial in
dependence. Husbands ought to un
derstand this feeling, and sympathize
with it If they will set aside for a
wife a certain sum per month, no mat
ter how small, and lot it bo her very
own, subjoct to her own wishes, they
will find that in every respect it is tho
best investment they ovar made.
Tho number of cross-ties in a milo of
railway track varies largely in different
roads. Every first-class lino has at
least 2,610, or ono cvory two feet, and
some exceed 3,200 per mile. Then,
again, thoro is a difforonco on different
parts of tho Bamo road. A tic, to
grado, must prosout a clear surfaco of
eight inches and a thickness of six
inches. Sometimes tics below grado
are used and tho difference balanced
by increased numbors.
Walton, a loekmaker, of Birming
ham, England, has a master key which
ho claims is capable of opening 22, COO
patent lever locks, all tho locks to bo
dillerenl that is to say, each of tho
22,000 locks may bo different in their
wards and combinations. Tho key
weighs threo ounces and is nickel pla
ted. It has taken tho invontor threo
years to complete tho drawings of tho
different wards and combinations which
cnablo this extraordinary product of
human ingenuity to bo mado.
Rolled gold is mado by casting an
ingot of brass, and whilo this is still
hot pouring upon it a thin layer of
gold alloy. '1 ho ingot, when cold, is
forcod between steel rollers until a
long, thin ribbon is producod, of which
the proportion of gold and brass is tho
samo as of tho ingot Tho percentage
of gold is reduced as low as 2 and 3
per cent. This rolled gold is used in
making cheap bracelets and wotch
chains, and costs but little more than
brass. It wears from ono to ten years.
Has Venus a. Moon.
It is not impossible that a now planet
has been discovered, a very small mem
ber of tho solar svstcm, revolving out
sido the orbit of Venus and near her
domain. M. llou.eau, tho "director of
tho now observatory at Brussels, an as
tronomer and writer of renown, lias
nn lngonious theory which will bo enti
tled to careful consideration as coming
from tho pen of a distinguished man of
Thero was formerly a general belief
that our fair neighbor was, liko tho
earth, accompanied by a satellite, and
ono of tho first objects looked for after
tho Invention of the telcscopo, was tho
moon of Venus. Seven times at loast
slnco that important event a small ob
ject has been Boon near Venus, prosont
ing a similar jhaso and bearing evi
dence of being a satellite of tho bright
planet Tho first observation was
made in 1740, nnd tho last in 1761.
During tho 120 years that havo passed
Ninco, though diligent search has been
unremitting, no vesligo of tho mythical
moon lias boon found.
M. llou.cau has rcvlvod tho thomo
by tho presentation of a curious and
Bomowhat startling theory upon tho
following basis: A planet rovolvcs
around tho sun, outsldo of Venus and
near to her. It Is very small in dimon
slonB, and is possibly an escapod satel
lite. Keith is the name given to tho
littlo planot, in liouor of the mysteri
ous goddess Sals, whoso veil no mortal
has raised. Hcicntiln American.
0A1KO liULLKTlN: TUESDAY MOKNlNtl OCTOBER 21, 1884.
Other World. Than Ours.
1 Tho world of human affairs is in tho
mind. A man visits the park to-day.
His soul is ill, and the grassy expanse,
tho trce-foli.ago, and tho colors and
smoll of the (lowers como to him nnd
cure him. He remembors tho park
fondly, and is impelled afterwards to
return to it Now his mind is well,
his spirit is proud. Tho samo park is
Uhto, but tho visitor has no power to
fu-o it Ho may bogrudgo tho timo
taken in tho trip.
. A farmer goes across a lino fiold. Ho
discovers a Canada thistlo, and a panic
takes hold of him. Ho goes home and
endoavors to affect tho minds of his
sons with the samo alarm. They must
all get thoir hoes and search for
thistles, or tho farm will bo overrun
nnd they will all bo ruined. A lady,
visiting this farm, goes across the
samo field. Sho discovers a long
looked for plant. Hor hoart is all
alow, and sho takes such a view of
tho surroundings that sho afterwards
sits down and writes to a friend that
sho will over regret this friend might
not havo been thoro just then to share
tho scone. Sho would ovon have
guessed that her host the farmer now
panic-stricken over tho thistlo, would
only havo l go to that samo spot to
pet the emotions which she enjoyed.
Now let us imagino that hor friend, to
whom sho writes, by somo chance wero
traversing that Hold and thero heard of
tho death of husband or child. All tho
beauties of tho scene would still bo
thero, but tho sad effect which they had
on tho farmer would bo intensified ton
thousand timos in tho mind of. tho re
cipient of such news. How truly
Northumberland speaks in tho socond
part of King Henry Fourth:
"Yet tho Brat liringcr of unwolcomo news
llutli but ii loping i Mice, nnd tils tongue
Bounds ever ill tor ns a sullen bell,
Kumouilicrod knolling a departed frlond."
Each man upon this earth lives in
his own world, a cocoon, a chrysalis,
which has grown less permeable each
year. It is idlo for us to presont our
world to him when ho is not in tho
mood to leavo his invisible shell. Thus
tho author, the painter, tho statesman
all who dopond for their success on
reaching tho inner and finer attributes
of their associates must abide a patient
timo. What elicited antipathy yester
day may pass with apathy to-day; may
meet with sympathy to-morrow.
Tho czar of llusiia reigns an absolute
monarch becauso his nations nro
pleased that ho should. When ho
passes by, the peasant feels an exalta
tion of spirit and believes that he is in
tho presenco of something holy. Let
us suppose some angel visited ovcry
homo in all tho Russias and spoke to
boyard nnd peasant with tho power of
truth. Tho ton diadems at Moscow
would count for no moro than tho same
number of crowns in tho proporlv
room,of a theater. No assassin would
need to molo his way under tho palaco
at St Petersburg. The czar would bo
an impossible personage.
Louis tho Sixteenth of Franco was
yesterday a saint and a king. His
associates wero counts and dukes and
marquises. To-day his people are
changing their minds. To-morrow tho
king will uo a condemned and executed
felon. His associates will bo wander
ers on the faeo of tho earth. Evon tho
church, tho very basis of French so-cietj-,
will bo torn out of tho hearts of
the people, and God and government
both be defied and set at naught. The
rest of tho world, uuablo to seo the
light let in by tho French revolution,
will look on in dismay and believe tho
people of a whole nation have gono
mad at one and the same time.
Somo years ago a German paper
carrier on West Madison street in Chi
cago aroso at I o'clock a. m., washed,
dressed, took a street-car, vi.sited tho
various newspaper, cilices, got his
papers, returned to his house, laid his
pilo of papers on a counter tho placo
was a laundry went to the bed whero
his wifo was still sleeping, shot hor
dead, and then lay down beside hor
and took his own life in tho same way.
Now what a gulf there was between
tho goings ami comings of this m:.n
and the life wiihiu ' him. Truly, tho
master was away. Had you met tho
body of this man on the street you
would simply have been speaking to
tho everyday attributes to whom ho
had left tho chargo of his being.
To-day a shoemaker oiiens shop at a
new stand. A caller asks for Thomp
son, tho former tenant. The inquirer
is informed very politely thatThonip
son has moved to Dakota. Tho next
callor is told loss politely. The next
caller is spoken to formally; tho next
curtly; tho noxt half angrily. Now
you yourself drop in to seo Thompson.
You leave that shop with tho Impres
sion that you met tho "champion mean
man." You havo seen him! Thero ho
is keeping shop iu Thompson's old
place. But you havo not It did not
rain as hard as you supposed. You
stood under tho eaves of a largo roof
and got all tho water. That other man
does not move along in tho street-car.
Ho is not a bruto necessarily. His lit
tlo world may bo in utter darkness.
His wifo may havo died yesterday.
Sho may even bo worso than dead to
him. Last week ho would havo gono
tho wholo length of tho car to obligo
you. You ask tho namo of tho street
from a chance passer. Think of it!
Ho may havo been noglocting his most
important interests for two days. Ho
may not even havo boon able to recoivo
money from debtors on account of tho
fires of grief, passion, disappointment
which surgo within him. Is it not a
wonderful thing if ho Bliall give you a
"Wo are such thing as dreams aro
mado on" never wero truer words
spokcnl Lot us go out among our fol
lows with exceeding charity. If wo
could seo into thoir true existence, our
paths would bo much oasier to follow.
Vet with tho knowlcdgo that each
man lives a different life and sees a
different world, wo may como to a bet
ter understanding with our friends and
a more enduring trueo wiJli our ene
mies John Mcilovcr, in thu Current.
Stagnation prevails in (ho fruit can
ning industry on I ho Pacific const The
San Francisco Uu'.hUn predicts that tho
cheap glass Jar will soon take the place
of the cheap tin can. Even if it eonU
a littlo moro consumer will willingly
pay tho difference to get a good article,
Inferior fruit can not bo packed with
advantage in glass, becauso tho buyct
and oonsumor can seo at onco tho qual
ity. ' v.
stages . or tub mvuii.
River iimrkul by tho ifriwro at this
port, at IMS p. tu. yesterday, 17 feet 8
inches, Full during previous twenty
four hutna, 0 toot 1 inches.
Chattanooga., Oct. 20. River 0 feet 1
inches and falling.
Cincinnati, (Jet. 20. -River 4 feut 8
Louisville, Oct. 30.--Uiyvr 3 feet 0
inches ami rising.
flNasliville, " Oct. 20 -Rivor 0 ft 1 inch
es and fulling.
Pittsburg, Oct. 20. River 0 foot 0 iu
clus and fulling.
St Louis, Oct. 20 River IS ft 0 inch
aud I dling.
The Ohio is sjil! unuavignhle fur through
The towboit Mi inie left last night fur
The Success left here yesterdny for
Jack Anderion nnd 15. 1 'y Phillips run the
pi nt In use on the Mintictonka.
Capt. Hugh Fuuk tins taken charge of
the steering department on tho Success.
The City of St. Louis from New Orleans
passed up for St. Louis Sunday evening.
Capt. Hiram Hill left here yesterday on
the piveriiinent steamer Mississippi for the
wreck of the Morning Star.
Bob Jones, the "big O freight man, re
turned yesterday Irom. a southern trip via
Mobile & Ohio railroad.
The big Helena under Anchor lino aus
pices arrived hero lust night and oeparted
for New Orleans with a big trip.
The Arkuri9as City due up Siturday
night for St. Louis, did not report hero un
til Sunday morning. She was detained by
The MiniiCtobka from Grand Tower aN
rived hero yesterday ninruint; ; left for the
government works on t lie lower Mississippi
Tby Pearl after returning from the
wreck of the Morhing Star on Sunday, left
here at noon fir Bay City to bring out s
tow of rock for Plum P.iint.
The City of Ileleou lrom St. Louis was
due here Sunday r.ight but was detained by
fog. She had a heavy trip. Arrived bete
yesterday at 7 :0 h. iu.; departed at 0 for
Taking' its Place
1 1 prescribe to my patients, with food
effect," St. Jacobs Oil, tho wonderful pain
reliever, siys Dr. L. O. Moraan, a leading
physician of South Am boy, N. J.
The largest amount of a bank note
in circulation in 1827 was 1.000. It is
eaid that two notes for 100,000 each,
and two for i'oO.OOO each, wero onco
engraved nnd issued. A butcher who
had amassed an immenso fortune- in
the war times, wont ono day with ono
of those 50,000 notes to a private
bankor, asking for tho loan of 5,000,
and wishing to deposit tho big note ns
security in tho banker's hands, saying
ho had kept it for years. The 5,000
was handod over, but tho banker hinted
at tho samo timo to tho butcher tho
folly of hoarding such a sum and losing
tho interest. "Wory true, sir," replied
tho butcher, "but 1 "likes to look on'Vso
wery well that I havo tother ono of the
samo kind at homo."
"Drink, pretty creMure, drink, a little at
a time, and you will relieve your cold, and
not rank your chest and lungs to pieces,
and keep every body else in a state of
agitation. You surely otiejit to spend a
quarter for a bottle of Dr. Rull' Couh
Syrup. It will pay.
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds.!
Hoarseness, Ilronchitis.Croun, Influ-
enza, Asthma, Hooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re
lief of consumptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease. For Sale
a a . '
by all Druggists Price, 25 Cents
nullum, Ni'UraJtfla, Hclutlra,
IMcmrlny Inlnn, Hutch In tho
Rldo, llwlindio, Swullvn Juliits,
llinrt lilwiow. 8ir Huaclus.
Tain in tho Chant, and all palm ami m hn either loral or
ilooMMinti'il are limt uitly ivllovwl and sHiillljr ctirt'd hy
the woll-known llp i'lantrr. CumimumloO, as It Is, of
tho mi'illianiO vlrt""f tiwb IIui. Otinu, llalumi unil
Extracts, It Is Indued I In IkmI (Hilii-kllllng, atlmulatlnir,
soothlnit and utronKthi'nlnK I'orotis 1'lwU r orvr niailo.
Hop l'lntttrt nro m.lil hj nil drUKKlUantloounti7 stuns.
IA cents oruToiurii.wi. BJMn
Mnlloil nn rooclpt of ft J f
roprletom anil Munu
k I VCiuiUiil Ioiikuu, luul In iOi, uur HtmiMU'h mid liver
(1lrnM mn-il tiv llnwl'.y's Htntnm-h nnilMynr lill, Wrts,
Nik 111 Hoirrn ciA.t Sr.. eiiloun iKI-
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um ,ip.rmtlnrhiM, tmimUhrrtt.iii.1
V ' .nil. linn iMi.i.n.llir, er lif l.iur fr
Mr, Kn fa Hi. nnlj ptirilrLn In tin
oil. Dial w..,.nl.iiM it. n ..... Al.
riitUlulraUil twi.e.rMwinwoiliUiu,l jru.il.
llll. II. II. KANS, uf tilt IhlJillni-.f
llnm., ntw offi'i. t Hiu.ilir wli.rtbf
tur nut 01 .ur. kltiMir jnli.ilr at p.ltlmlr. for l.itlni.
jInI. .ml mil.tni.mi'iil.lritin .niln.nl m.tlr.l tii.ii.S..,tililr.n
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ltollovfls nuil euros
HACK A CHE,
8oroneis, Cuts, Bruises,
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And all other lioillly nclim
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Hold by all iiruiwliita and
lii'iticm. JmvcUuii. In II
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of the wnn and ht.Jtj.n-a invn'id who um this
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Kor sale liy ail (Inil"1" uu l dealers ycncrally.
''pcan.a It arts on th MVKU, HOWKI.S and
KIDMIS at the asms lime.
Bocanse it cleanses the system of the poison,
out humors lht dsvtlope In Kidney and Uri
nary DlKxuee, BUlousnets, Jsundlre, Coutlpa.
Hon, Piles, or In Baeumaturo, NeurnUfls, Mer
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irnuuD l'Hour or tuix,
IT WILL BUEEL? CT7BS
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CLEANSING the BLOOD
restoring the normal power to throw off durum
TH0U8AN08 OF CASE8
of the wont forms of thnaa terrible dttoaaes
have beeu quickly roUovod, and la a short tuu
PBII'K, $1. l.iqt'lD OK DRV, WILD BY DRrCGISTS.
Dry can be aent by maU.
WELLS, RICHARDSON St Co., Burlington, Tt.
8 Bend tump fur biuy AIuum for ls.4.
617 St. Charles St.. SI, LOUIS, MO,
A roanlnr Ornrluntu oi'two msdtral
, frillriri-s, lias bi'fn lonufi niunKfd in the lrr.it
pii'iit of ( lironli', N'ervoun, KUiu anil
iilnml Ulscii.i't than any otlu-r phyMrlan In
Bt.I.oult, as city (niporo show unrt ull ld rt-nl-dents
know. Consultation st oil'.oe or by n. all,
frfconil Invited. A friendly tulk or Ms opinion
costs nothlnir. When It It I'lcoovi'iilfnt tovlslt
the city for trenlti..uit. nii dlclues can lie sent
tiyrnallor exprcsi rvervwheip, Curable casi-a
Kiiarun Iced : where duuhl ekl.tJlt Is Iroukly
slated. Cull or Write,
Nervous Prostration, IMililty, Mental and
I'hyslral Weakness, Msrrniial and Cthof
affections of Throat, Skin and Hones, Blood
tinpurltlst and niuml Polsnnlng, iHrt After
tlons, Old Sores and I' leers, Impediments ta
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special at
tention ta rases from over-worksd livaln.
BUMICAl CASKS receive apodal at tent Ion.
Diseases arising from Impruilencet. lixrossea,
Indulicencci or Exposures,
It Is sclf-evldsut that a plivslclan Tsylna;
particular attention to a clans of mvi attains
K'Bt skill, and physicians In regular prsctlce
all over thn country kiiowlnit this, freuiently
reconiiuciiil ixkc.s to tliooldett olllce li Anicrl
rs, where every known appllanca Is rosorted
tn, ami the proved irooil remriliitn of al
kKct nnd countries are uteil, A whole iK.nse is
li.ed for ollli'e purpo.es, and nil are truHteil wltfl
skill In a rcopi'ciful lunuucri ami, know.nx
what toilo, iiiii'Xierliiieiitaru untile. n .'
rou n t of llm ureal nitmbir niilvlnr, tho
rhnrites are kept low, olien lower than Is ie
liisinled hv nl'iei's, If you .ecure the ski I t ml
fetaKpi'ei'lynudpurti'ct III" cure, that I Jin
iiiporliint matter. J'ouiphlul, M paK,! b:"!
to any address free,
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fcnliln pmluuiior currency, in'er tlily w.m
ilerl'ul pen pictures, trus to life, articles on tliu
follow IiiK subjects I Who limy marry V who n it t
whyV rrnner aireto marrv. Who marry flr-t.
Manhood, Womanhood. PliVtlcnl decay. Wan
should marry. How life an. I liu..lne. may oe
ucresed. Tlin.ii married or rmii'inplati!!rf
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