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Considering all the ills that attack
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f any of. the poor little youngsters
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There are children who are truly
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afflicted. W. B. UTBiwr. '
buutb Eastoi, Mass., Jan. Ti 1684.
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How Toople Make Good Resolves by
Affidavit Before Magistrate.
"I tell, yoii what, business has boon
at its best to-day, ''. remarked '.'Squire
Reece aa be rolloU back wita a
yawa in his easy chair. A quill was
perched behind bis ear, aad bis hand
was all daubed with ink,' showing the
reekless manner in which he had been
handling the pen.
' ' "Aftbfaviu are the whole, business
now, continued the Squire, i VI guess
I have tnade out no less than ten to
day.' ' You see the first of the year is
the popular time for various 'reforms.
It had got to be the fashion; you might
say, and every follow who has any fault
or vice of any description swears that
he will begin a uew leaf with the new
"You would bo greatly surprised at
the number of people I have put upon
oath of reform in the past few days. I
have been very busy this morning, and
it will Increase with each day as the
new year advances."
"Vvbo are the people who swear off?"
"The majority of those who coma be
fore me ' on such errands are men ad
dicted to drink 'who want to quit I
have had such a rush of this kind that
for their ' accomodation I have 1 had
several thousand oaths printed. Some
times, you see, there are three or ' four
men in the oftioe at the same time, and
if I had to write oat each oath it would
consume too much time. The printed
oaths answers just as well. The blank
space, slating time for which the affiant
wished to abstain, is air that has to be
filled out. 'The date is affixed, together
with his 1 nod' my "name.. He is then
sworn' to the affidavit,' and the whole
thing is over in leas time than it takes
to tell iu This can be done so quietly
that the room rnight be full of people
and not one of them would know'wnat
had transpired. The majority of these
fellows are regular customers."1 When
they come in they call for one of those
red tickets and all is understood, while
an outsider is none the wiser.
"But this is not the only kind of re
form that brings trade. Men come
here te;put themselves upon oath of
abstinence from all kinds of vices. I
have made out affidavits for all kinds
of, queer' vows. Nor is thfl ' business
confined to the trifling classes. - Some
names are signed to these 1 little red
tickets that would create a flutter in
society if they were known. ' I have
sworn some7 of our best and ' worthiest
citizens upon just such cases. " A very
prominent business man of this city
had me to make' him out an ' affidavit,
stating he would never engage in a
game of cards or chance of wny kind
while he remained in Kentucky. lie
had lost a very large sum' of money at
a game ' of , poker, and' this is "what
brought him to mo. ' He told md that
he wanted to' limit his oath only to
Kentucky; aa he could not confine his
conduct in such narrow bounds when
be left the State."
ago a very prominent
drummer from Chicago had me admin
ister him an. oath that he would never
be seen again in this State. He had
gotten drunk and was robbed. There
is always some reason for these un
reasonable caes. ' I never will forget
the nice' yrjung man that came here ono
day and swore he would never visit not
. speak with a certain young lady; who,
dv me way, is prominent in social cir
cles. " The young lady, by some means,
had been notified ;of the piece of con
duct, and she5 entered and made a simi
lar oath, only adding that she would
on no condition,-' ever be seen within
speaking distance of Tiim. They were
both' earnest in what they swore to,
but it was dono in the heat of a quarrel,
and two days had hardly passed before,
they wore again ns thick as ever.
"Just about this time last year a
young woman In a Ion Hewing black
veil came into the bflice. A yotrag man
of florid complexion leaned on her arm
iTiie iineasy and excited look in her
eyoa and the tremor of her lips bespoke
,.the .trouble. He w:is just recovering
from protracted drunk, and was suf
fering the reaction. He was' In full
poHsessions ef , his faculties I never
swear them unless they are. He signed.
one ot these red tickets to keep sober
for twelve months. This morning they
returned. His wife for such she was
ITE HAD KEIT THE OATH,
and wished to renew it again for 1884.
Mothers' have come1 here' with sons,
sisters with brothors and lovers with
sweetheart They find it to' be suc
cessful in' binding the affiant,' and this
mode of roform is becoming ( highly
"The day before yosterday one young
man swore that, bocinnioz with the
first of the year, and lor twelve months
following, during good health, he would
rise at 7 o'clock in the morning: and re
tire with the tapping of the tire-bells at
10 at' night ' : In this class of oaths
some specify a certain time' for certain
months,' generally giving themselves
more latitude in summer than in winter.
while others r make ' constantly fixed
time, stating conditions' of exceptions
ju cms oi nails and dances."
me oquire charges . 25 cents per
swear-oft,.! ud gays: his revenue" from
tnls source annually amounts to hun
dreds of dollars one year reaching
Cornell University has an 1 Egyptian
student lie is a bright young follow
auiu puniciuariy guiea as a speaker.
CAIRO ' BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 9, 1834.
The Deadly Crip of Tea.
The dean of Bangor forwards for
publication a full report of his much
criticiHfld speech on excessive tea drink
ing. He says: I am quite willing to
be responsible for the words which I
uttered, but not for the sentiments at
tributed to me hy critics who have
never read my speech as a whole. The
address was delivered at a public meet
ing In Bangor to aid the movement for
introducing practical cookery in ele
In his speech the dean said: I some
times see young men and young wo
men, well dressed,' well behaved, intel
ligent and refined in manner, but pre
maturely old, with sunken cheeks,
stooping shoulders and toothless gums,'
and I say to myself: "I suspect those
people are poorly fed. They spend
much money on their clothes to keep
up appearnnces, but they are ignorant
of the laws of physical health. They
suffer from want of butter food in their
homes." ' Hear, hear. The origin of
the mischief is in the want of more in
telligent and skillful housewifery. If
a woman does not know how to cook
and to make the best of the resources
within her reach, she boils the kottlo
forever, and enfeebles her husband
and sons by drenching them with
oceans of tea, morning, noon and
night, "Hear, hear," and laughter.
I regret that the use of tea has bo
come so excessive in Wales. I think
tho people were in every way stronger,
better and happier when they fed main
ly upon the old-fashioned sustenance
of oatmeal and milk in their various
forms. If I had my way, there would
be very much less tea drinking than
there is among our people of all class
es. "Hear, hear, and laughter.
Oatmeal and mi.k produced, in my
opinion, strong, hardy, muscular, con
tented, good-tempered men and wo
men. Excessive tea drinking creates
a generation of nervous, hysterical,
discontented people, always complain
ing bf the existing order of the uni
verse, scolding their neighbors and
sighing after the impossible. "Hear,
hoar, and laughter. ' Good cooking
of more solid suustaucos would, I firm
ly believe, enable them to take far hap
pier and more correct views of exist
ence. In fact, I suspect that over
much tea drinking, by destroying the
calmness of the norves, is acting as a
dangerous revolutionary force among
us. Laughter. If I may say so with
out Incurring the wrath of the chair
man, I will say that the torments of
bad tea seem to me to be swelling into
a flood of radicalism. Renewed laugh
ter. This bad housewifery is not only pro
ductive of possible revolution but of
lamentable immortality. Excessive tea
drinking, renewed thrice a day, and
other forms of bad feeding, make both
mon and women feel weak. What is
the result? 1 You will remember that
when ' Mrs. Brown, on' her way to
Brighton, felt again and again what
she called "a sinking" she had perpet
ual recourse to a certain bottle, which
In the long run did ' her no good, but
made her sink more. Laughter. A
badly-fed population, suffering frm
the effects of poor housewifery, must
be subject to the sense of "sinking."
Thus the tea-kettle goes before the giu
bottle, and the physical weakness and
nervous irritability that had their ori
gin in the bad cookery of an ignorant,
thriftless house end in the ruin of in
temperance and deadly disease. Lon
"Do the operators of the switch-tables
ever lose their voices from calling 'hel-
so often?" asked a reporter of Mr.
Snyder, the superintendent of the Bell
telephono system, yesterday.
V hy, bless you, no not that I ever
heard of," wa3 the quiet reply; "I think
it strengthens their voices and throats,
just the same as the constant use of the
audiphone makes the hearing jmore
acute. .' Some time ago tho doctors
started a discussion and contended that
the young ladies were becoming deaf.
lnis we disproved Deyond doubt 1 But,
come with me to the operating-room,
and we will have a test"
The superintendent led the way, and
soon the reporter was ushered into the
presence ol forty young ladies, ol va
rious styles of beauty, seated at the
switch-tables. The newsman blushed
modestly us reporters always do when
overwhelmed by beauty and nervous-
approached one of the tables where
e ladies wer6 at work. He did not
hear a blustering ' hello, what do you
warit?" but instead there were soft, sil
very-voiced calls, almost whispers, in
fact, 'hello," "hello," "hello," re
Bounding from every part of tho room.
Instead of the high inflection the ladies
used the lower, Bpoke distinctly ana
slowly. It was surprising, indeed, tha
low tone of their voices. A lady who
controls nearly ail the wires in the
city and receives complaints (she is al
ways busy) said: "l have never had tno
least trouble with my voice. It is
about the same as when I came here.
and I never knew of any of the ladies
losing their voices, or any of them be
A canvass of the room showed me
that not one of the operators had been
affected. "Now, tho only trouble I
see." said Mr. Snvder. "is that the la
dies may become habituated to speak
ing in a low tone wmio at worn, anu
this may have an effect upon their con
versation outsido. It would also make
them talk slowly and distinctly, though
in fact with a sort of drawl."
Supt Snyder said that he had heard
of awomanwho. it was claimed, had
lout her voice attending? to the tolo-
phone. ; It was -shown, however, that
she had an aflection of the throat, and
should have boon resting when she per
sistod in working. This same woman,
it was claimed; would have been afflict
ed no matter what occupation she had
Chosen. rnuiulcipMa liceord.
Tha Ttfiveniifi n.rtrf : Agricultural Do
Eartment of the India Government
ave been trying to introduce improved
agricultural implements among tho na
tives. The Indian farmers received
eighty-throo different kinds. From of
ftiel rcnncl Ti'Ccivttd f mm vnvious dis
tricts It appears that out of the whole
niirnhhr rllMtrlliiited twelvn nnlv of the
implenifnts found favor In thecyes of
.. .1-. ' - ..r.r,.l. .... 4 .. 1L
tlie native nguiuiuirinu mnuux uiu
acceptable new tools is an American
An Imprisoned ltrlde.
Rather an amusing incident occur
red on the incoming Union Pacific train
recently, but it was anvthing but a
pleasant experience for tho persons di
rectly Interested. In ono of the sleep
ing cars was a newly-married coupio
who were coining east on a bridal tour.
Sometime during the morning the bride
proceeded to tho ladies' dressing-room
to arrange her toilet Upon entering
eho closed the door, and when prepar
ed to return to her seat was surprised
to discover that sho could not unlock
tho door. Tho train waa making about
twenty miles an hour, and of course
the prisoner was unable to make her
voice heard above tho roar of the cars.
In the course of an hour the groom be
came uneasy and proceeded to hunt up
the missing bride. ' He was horrified
upon learning that she was locked in.
The conductor was appealed to, but he
could not get the door unlocked, as
the bolt had in some way become fast
ened. He informed tho excited hus
band that as soon as tho train reached
the next station they would have an
employe enter through tho window
and unlock tho door. Stooping down
to the key-hole, the fond husband call
ed out to his imprisoned bride to "Bo
composed, dear, wo will have tho door
opened at the next station, and it will
only be four minutes!" Upon reach
ing the station tho door was unlocked
and the lady liberated and restored to
her husband. He acted as though the
hour of her imprisonment was the
longest one of his life Council Bluffs
A Mexican Kicakfust.
A crackling fire is burning in tho
open air and on it are heaped a pilo of
oysters, cooking for breakfast Tho
other members are now astir the la
dies of tho house. Their dress is de
cidedly neglige. The elder lady, who
must be the mamma, has a black skirt
a white bodice and a thin, black shawl.
Her hair is twisted into a knot ami is
innocent, very innocent of the comb.
But her manners are perfect and her
smile of welcome and her gracious
wish, asked so prettily, for you to pass
in to the breakfast, are incomparable.
It is a little room. The floor is of red
brick, broken In Some places, and j nu
find your feet imbedded in red brick
dust The table has no cloth. It is of
deal and the chinawaro is coarse. But
the eatables are in profusion. There is
half a kid before the host and a pile of
smoking oysters in the center, of the ta
ble, fresh from the earth, with grit and
ashes and dirt, and the shell has burst
and the grit and ashes have found their
way to the oyster itself, but who cares?
What easier way Is there to eat tho
dainty? And then there are huge jugs
of milk and coffee, and chocolate and
tea, and hospitality and eggs, and ge
nially and tripe, and tnmales and good
humor. Presently a friend drops in,
cigarette in mouth; and he makes pre
teuso to fling it away, but tho courte
ous host restrains him and ho smokes
on, provided he shares not in tho re
past The first Jewish settlers in New York
were twenty-seven exiles, banished from
Bahia, in Brazil, on the general expul
sion of the Jews from that kingdom,
who came to New York in 1654 as the
nearest place of refuge. After fifty
years they comprised but 100 persons,
and for 170 years had but one syna
gogue. To-day there aro thirty-ono
synagogues iu New York, and the Jew
ish population is estimated at 80,001
ASTKB'B 8 ALB.
State or lixmots 1 Circuit Conrt of
Vis. Alexander County.
County or Alixaxdeb ) In Chancery.
Mary Hodges, Mary Hodges, Jr., Sarah Jane
liuages ana Joan Alexander uoages.
Public notice Is hereby eiven, that. In pnrsuance
of a decree made and entered by said court In
the above entitled cante, on the 21st day of Jan
uary, A. D. 188!, I, Alexander II. Inrin, master
In chancery of the said circuit conrt of Alexander
county, will, on
WKUJiKbUA Y, THK 13T1I UAX UF mtiULA
at the hoar of 11 o'clock In the forenoon,
at the soath westerly door of tho conrt bouse In the
city or Cairo, county or Alexander ana state oi
Illinois, sell at public auction, to the
highest and best bidder, - for cash,
all and stniular, the following described
premises and real estate in said decree
mentioned, situate in the county of Alexander and
state of Illinois, or so much thereof as shall be
sufficient to satisfy said decree, to-wit : The north
west ouarter of the southeast quarter of section
one (1), In township sixteen (16),south and in
ranee two (2) west of the third principal meridian.
Dated, Cairo, Illinois, January 2d, 1884
ALfiX. H. IKVIN.
Master ia Chancery,
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Relieved anil cirjil without snrKicUl operation, trues torture or detention from labor by Dr. J. A.
Shornisn' syt-m. l't!oiit frou abroad can receive tnatmunt and letve for home same nay. Eap
ture aui tru'a canoe lumbago, kldue aud bUdder affections, affect trie nervous system, impair
mtnhood and bring on impotencv and other deplorable ailments. All ttico troubles removed and
primitive eouuilners restored by Dr. Sherman's treatment. Book, with continuous Indorsements for
the lmt thi'i.'-tlve rears f'Oin rihvsician. merchants, clergymen, farmers and ot hern who hue hua
cured, rntile t for tu:i cent. 0'iu Smvthe, el the
ness of cure! niiile.it. iu Lr. hhurmiu'a illustrated pvnptilets, nlred mu to personate them, and pub
lishes them a p'ttiuute to be cured. This bold fraud to dupe the alBlcte i is fully exposed In an Aloe.
truted circular w'lirh is soul to an. ohj who writes for It Slncu tli.i rednrtinn ,,r i.rmi miUni. ra
dully coming from a 1 parts of the country for treatment. Dy of consultation at New York office. Ml
rroauway. .tiouuay, i iws iay ana saturaay each
LLiNOlS CENT UAL R. R
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv .Line Itunnine;
From Cairo, 1
Making Direct Connection
rmiNS LliVS Cairo:
3:U& it iu. Mbil,
Arriving in St. Louie 8:45 a.m.; Chicago, H:30 p.tn.j
lonueuuug at uu.u ana ciLngnam lor l lnctn
naU, Louisville, Iudiaiiupolta and points Kut.
1S:!5 p. in. Kuat Ht. Louis and
mtvlnK in bt. louls 6:45 p. m., and councctln -for
all points West.
3.45 p.m. flint Eiprnss.
For St. Louie and Chicago, arriving at St. Loulr
to:) p.m., ana inicsuo i r.w a.m.
3:45 p.m. Cincinnati Express,
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:0" a.m.; Louisville b:V
a.m.; Indianapolis 4:05 a.m. Passengers b)
this train reach the above points 112 to US
MUUlttt In advance ol any other ronte.
m. express has PULLMAN
sLtKPINO CAR Cairo to Cincinnati, withoui
changes, and through sleepers to bt. l.oali ant.
Fast Time East.
Pil CCPTI trpru tf ,D,i 1,ne t ,hrugh to East.
1 OaSCIIw-ClS em points without any delav
caused by Sunday Intervening. The Saturday af'er-
loon train rrom Cairo arrives in new lo't .vonday
norning at 10:35. Thirty-six hours in advanceol
DV other route,
l"i'(rr through tickets and further Information
apply at Illinois Central Knilroad Depot, Cairo.
.1. U. JUMSS, Ticket Agent.
A. H. HANSON. Oen. Fase. Airent. Chlrjiro
R 11. TIJIE CARD AT CAIRO.
C. ST. L. A N. O.
It. k. (Jickson route).
Mall 4:45 a
fKxpress 10 HO a
.m. I t.Mall .....4::D.m.
.m. KsDrem ....10:80a.m.
lAccom i:'M p
liT. L. & C. ft.
bx AMail .. io::ii)a
m. j Express 1 :15 a.m
m. Ex. .Mall... 4:10 d m.
Aceom 12:1 5 1
Mall 4 Ex....4:''0a
Accom 4:00 p
Freight 1 :45 a
m. Accom 2:00 p.m.
A I. M. K. It.
m. tExprers 2:30 p.m.
L. I'. R. It.
m. I 'Mail & Ex.. 0 3Op.ni.
.m. Ai-co'n I0::i0a.m.
.m. Freight B.45 p.m.
E & OHIO K. R.
Mall r,:X a
Dally except .sun
m. Mull 9:10 p.m.
ay. t Drtllv.
I f'm PC
9 p. m.
9 p. m
9 p. m.
4 p. m
I. C. K. K.(tl,roui:h lork mall). 6 a. m.
4 .30 p.m.
S p. m.
" (wmv mall)
" (Southerii Dlv.
Iron MountMln It. H
Wabash It. K
Texas A St.. I.ouis R. R..
in p. m.
T p. m.
B p. m.
i p. m.
Ht. Louts A C .lro R. H..
Miss l:lver arrives Wed..
Sut. A Mon.
departs Wed., Fri. Son.
P 0. gen del. op n from 7:30 am to7:30 pra
P.O. box del. o:.,n from (la. m. to 9 p. m.
Sundays gfE. del. open from.. ..8a. m. to 10a.m.
Bttniluys hux del. open rrom. ...Ha. m. to 10:30 am
teyNOTB. Changne will be published from
time to time in city papers. Chnnge vour cards ac
cordlngly. W.M. il. MUKl'UY. P. M
Whnsn debility, exhatnsted
. powrn, prematura decay
and fiiiiure to perform life',
duties properly are caused by
ees"es. errure of youth, eta,
will rind a perfect and lasting
reitornlionto robust henlth
ano viicoroiis munhnod in
TlfE. MAR8TON BOLUS.
mntllttr Htumnrn drtlffirinff nnr
.rvom ; iieninty and
suoeeaafnl because ba'i d on perfect diasnnais.
new nnil dlrevt methods and absolute thor
oushneos. Full informal ion aud Treaties (res.
Address ConmilliiiK i'liynician ot
MARSTON REMEDYC0..40W,14lhSt., Now York.
PH. R. H. IAW,
iiiiillHiiie, bow offers a RunMxIr
of tbe DeQulnrar
ill vhorvhr any one fan rare
pnlHMely. I'nr l.itliaiiiilaJ., and nitorieiuauli, ltwn frnm
iiiiik'HI iui Mritl nipn, ami a Aill driwrlptlua of the trraiuieDt,
aoMiuw 11. U. K AA K. A.JKh M.1K, t W. Mtk St, Use I era.
. iiiVJ afsW 1
AVENUE, CAIRO, ILL.
Prices Paid for
Beeswax and Tallow.
Vienna Institute, ht. Louis. Mo., has alter d the like
By addreMin (iEO. I. HOWELL A CO., 10
Spruce (it . Ncv Vorlc, cm learn the exact cost
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ican Newspaper, rl"t-paKe Pamphlet, 10c.
on Jnme4 Kiver Va , In a north-
rn settlement, illustrated cir
cular tree. J. F. MANL'Bl.
For Many Reasons.
Benson's Capclne I'orom (Masters eicel all
other eittrral remedies. Froni pt, highly medici
nal . 'i& cents.
havN a noeiliTA rMme.1T for the abnve dtaeass : by tte
use thousands of caaa of the wort kind and of fonc
aundin have bra cured. Indeed, eo strong ts my
fait a in iuetnca. y, that I will snd TWO KOTTLta
FRKK, touettier with a VALUA LK TKKATIHR oo
this disease, to any euffprr. (iivserprew and P. O.
avldrssa. Vu. T. A. tiLOCUM. lal I'saxlttk Js Voaw.
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JOHN 11. AI.DKN, lnbllsber,
P.O. Box 12-7. 18 Vei-ey St., New York
f CUBE FITS!
When I say core 1 don mean merely to stop Uims
for a Urns and then hathem return arain, I mj p
ridic-al cure. I have ntad thdi.aaeof r ITS, KrI
I.KI'SX" OR PAI.I.INd h.'CKKKH.Sali te-lon study.
I warrant my remoijr to eura the worst eaae. Becaiw
others hare failed ia nnreammf or not now reeetrinc
cure. Bend at one for a Treat iiw and a Vrtu Bottle ol
my infallible rnniedr. Give Kitirets and PoetcsBve. Is
eoetayoaaothinaforatriaLar.,! J will rare yoe.
Addrwui lu. li O. KIHJT. ISi Pearl Bk, KewTerk.
617 St. Cbtrles Street, ST. LOUIS, Ma
A regular Oro'lunt of twe medical
Colleiri . Inn W'M loiiwer enirau'.il In the treat
ment of Chronic, Nervous, rlctn eiricl
Ulorxl Ulseaies than aiiy other tihyalrlan in
ft 111 Is, iu city ap,rs rlivw nud all old reiU
dents know. i':isu'i ill"n t olllce or by mall,
free and Invited. A frlendlv talk or his opinion
rots uoililiik'. When It liifr.eonvpiilHiittovlsit
the eltv .or treatu.t nt. medlelnes can lMsiit
by niall or expreis tvervw here, ('ural)le cases
sruaranU-ed ; w here diubt exists It la frankly
Slated. Call or Write.
Nervous Prostratioa, Debilit, Mental tnd
Physical Weakness, M'-rcuriiJ and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sore3 and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatifm, Piles. Speciai
attention to ews from over-worked brain.
SUBGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Irri rudences, Exeesaen,
Indulgeacas or E)tposur''S.
It Is self-evident lliiit s iihrlcln paying;
particular attention to aclu ol'caes attains
great skill, ajid livi, laii-. Iu regular practleej
all over the country knowing this, freiuetwiy
recommend r;irs to ihe olde-l i-illec In America,
wher" every known appliance is resorted to,
and the provi-il irootl r'in'tljJ" of all
ages iid countries ai un d. A hole hoiiss is
u--ed fornlllec purinea, and all aretreated wltn
skill in a rc-pv,ifiil manlier: and. knowing
w hat to do. no experiment, are made. Oolc
count of the irreat nmnhcr applying, tne
charges are kept low. often lower than is
deniaiiilcd by othera If von secure the skl'l
demanded by othera If you secure lh
and get a speedy and perfect lil'n cure, t
the important matter. Cmplilct, M
scut to auy address free.
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following snl,ert:. Who limy marry, who not;
why? I'ropor age loniariy. Who "marry first.
jrtanhfMxl, w'oniauliood. ritvdeui di-cay, Who
uhniild niRri-y. tlowlH'e aiii)'haipiueimay be
incrensed. Tho-e n arried ,r cnntunijdatlng
marrying should read 11. It ouclit to be resq
oy nil adult persons, then Kept under lock and,
key. Popular edition, mum- as above, hut paper
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