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An Ii Zh las wrne to her lover, egging5 lim to send iter sone money. .he dd, t by way of postacrlpt; "I am a of the rauest I have made iuAis letter, that I sent after the postam to get it back, but the servant could not overtake him." IMt a-0 t Hest Nave Proved SP. u.amvn a's New blm'* .*1 W4TE WHEEL To be talsS r lavmsed. . PamplMs Wses. AMdres, York, Pa. The EvaestUsi of liehmuetd,Va. Dy eaO . Ieme t ANaS April 2, '65. A ew ard ls.tal engraving 14l8 in man ay soui tain . gl whh snake the pir ture a mat rt, me wbhih should hang in tpnip) er of every Southern lhome. ent by nil mounted on a roller and postpaid, on receips of eants, o 3 for 50 oents. Address J. C. & W. M. BURROW. Publisher, Bristol, Tenn. Agetss wanted to sell Pictures, Books, ('..ser , e. romR S f. $o $15 a day can easily le made. bend for private terms and cata lehue. my31-4t $1000 o IPor any se of Blind, Itch. ing, teediag, or Ulcerted Plles that I)D Brae's Phtr.sl pv fail. to emr, . t is pre pared expressly to cure the ]ikla and noth ing else. Sold by ai di gist. . Prie $1. 71E6 un 4 E or "MATr.T FY4. Seonoa 0mmeanoig Jan. 1873. The Melesee of Health having been sustained beyond our most sangmini xpssta s, we arepre d with addition ri l or makino the ensuing volume respeid ad smom firly to the popular de iaMd 'fr an hbaest and ndependent expo of the Hygleaielystem. We shallpub laPyeL., fully ijhne %rmie @Qmlpete explaeatiea of the struct yl Hof the hlman system. -thA e i e aud Ear, e[ SIl emasi , a bracelyg the w ragfe 9 medisml and surgical die b .is ! ~lu giving a his Worfv t alll.l t theories that havo prevailed in all of the world. * D.otl iJeusehold Af fir, .~Cii , t Selcction and v.. f y'o i, et. lth n T Rie Rq'ealth. Only Ocsu whoaw avestigared the sabject can Me ayre 1t the eu waste caused by and layglealc Pvg. By adoptin rho ygienie system, the ople of te U~nit SSate would rave Pa.uolly more than ypa.ethousalr millmons of 'iolars. Does this ato5 l m extravagant 8tatistics moseri ,Jtify it, as we shall )rove. Cgrect hab its fii lenure th laborer Health ad tr enable him to aecnmulate his earnings, aa0 beeoae pecuniarily ]ilepen .denL RHeath Is rappimess. Alp.e all pueetniw 'upideratieos, however, is thi mb f Y·O swlm j d* i, a suywd body. Health re 'Ter .$t a year i advance ; sir4le ~umber, Stat; tea opi $15, and a.l e.trn espy to a egt. 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