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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, OOTOBEB ,21884.
Detroit Free Pres;.
uvD tttd Vipati running over what
J. CO, -WW r , o .
1 were always together. If he went
! .-.11. Jr. Tio nTToninor fl5 WAS hlS (
was his cus-
t.tpr branch of the
Wabash, down through boutnern
Michigan and Northern 1 diana and
Ohio," said the engineer to the rail
road editor, "audi must say, though
I've been an engineer for over twenty
3'ears, it was for a time the most in
teresting aud exciting experience I
"How was that?'4 said the railroad
'Wot! vnn see. thouffh that .butler
branch is in gool condition now, it
wasn't a coupJe of years ago, and we
used to have more fun than you could
shake a stick at. I never knew how
an engine could be trained before.
The road wasn't ballasted wheti they
first put trains on, and I've known the
cars to lop over so that the wheels
would only touch one side of the track
for a mile at a time. We ran a
sleeper on the passenger tram for a
few days when the road was farst
.opened, but passengers would fall out
' of their berths vhen the cars canted
over and then there'd be the dickens
to nav. One night an old maid fell
out and the cars were tilted over so at
the time that she shot right across the
aisle iuto the same berth with a
Chicago drummer. You ought to
have heard her squeal. Ut course
tnat wouldn't do ; it made too many
snnndals on the train, aud so they
finally took the sleepers off altogether,
Tuametfiin f.hnno-h. was witn
XUC iuuoi.i'M O
the locomotives," continued the en
fineer. 44 We used to tram em in
the round-house at Detroit for work
branch: teach em to
JU bUl jljuhv. J
iump things and dodge around, yov
know. H. C. Townsend was passen
ger nirent of the road then, and he
took such an interest iu the thing j
that he used to cone over irom oi.
Louis just to see the engines exercised.
He had great hopes that we could
teach some of the more intelligent
locomotives to swim a creek, but we
never got that far. Some of 'em got
to be mighty knowing, though. I
ran one myself that didn't mind it at
all when the track on the Butler
road was washed away, or anything of
that sort. She used to turn out and
go around through a field and dodge
the stumps on the darkest night. She
never got lost but once, and that was
about ten miles from Adrian. The
track was mostly under water and
out of sight, as usual, and she mis
took a country school-house for the
station. They had the school-house
fnr a -nriiver meetiner. and it
'took U3 about naif a mile off the main
line. Xou aught to have seen 'era
jump when she let off her whistle at
the school-house door. Well, the
deacons directed U3 back to the track,
but we missed it somehow, and when
morning came we were over thirty
miles from the line 1 We didn't get
back till noon. But it wasn't often
that engine got left. She got so used
to going across fields that when we
Avere pretty nearly on time or switch
ed off at a" station I've chased deer
with her, just for fun. I tell you it
was a big thing for the Wabash, the
trainin the in locomotives to go on the
Butler branch. France Chandler is
passenger agent of the Wabash now
and he won't go over the road unless
the train is drawn by a locomotive
that was exercised on the Butler
branch -says he wouldn't trust any
other to know what to do-in case of an
accident and he's right, too. You
can just tie to one of them engines
and know you're all right. Ii's almost
a shame they've made tnat branch in
what railroad men woul.I call good
condition. It's a good thing in a
business way, no doubt, but they've
v.n snob nlaee left for making
" JW . J
engines way up."
A TATTOOED WOMAN.
torn, Mrs. Webster always accompa
nied him. I used to meet them often.
He never was away from home over
night that his wife did not go too.
He went frequently to Xew York and
Baltimore, but he always took Mrs.
Webster with him. At the recep
tions in the c:ty they always were to
gether, and whenever you saw Web-
utflf vaii w;r Mrs. Webster on ma
orm Tf tens i flerent then from
now. It was
A Girl Who Passed Through Tor-
tueB to Make a Curiosity of
From the Washington Star.
A Star renorter was granted a pn
'Miss Marv Baum, the
tattooed lady," at the Dime Museum,
It was not then considered iast evenimj: before the show began.
wrong for a man and his wife to keep dark-eyed young woman in a street
f nUnr. of cnoh entertainments nnatnmo rrrppted the renorter unon ni
JNow it a man speaKs to ins wne entrance.
anv reception or allair ot the Kind n
thought to be uuht ior goori societ). tattooed lady, blnill ta.e m
He must beau around some other wo- clothes oil?" Before the reporter
mnn and leave his wife to he looked hnd 4;me to protest, the manager,
after by some othr mau. Webster wn0 Wll5 standing near, noaaea
loved his wife, and was kmd ana nutn- affirmatively. Miss 15aum uisappear-
ful to her, and she was one ot ttie e(j mto a dressing room, Out soon re-
most elegant, refined ladies I have appeared, hampered with as little
nau tne lortune 10 kdow.
PIiE A FOB ONE IN AD VEBSITY.
of Shrunken Fortune.
We learn "with much sadness that
MV William H. Vauderbilt s once
clothing as a Fiji princeis. She wore
a sort tuni" or jersey, sleeveless and
cu t exceedingly low in the neck, and
bavino- a verv much abbreviated
Bill Nve Sympathizes with a Man ?rt beneath which were a pair of
- i . . . f.
trunks which left the greater part or
her lower limbs exposed. Her feet
were encased iu short socks and slip-
pers. one wore uiau u. nia
hime stane nearl. Still this unusual
iC i o , 1
nrincelv fortunehas shriveled down to degree oi nuaajr - t
S150.000.000. This .otr'Z 'ftriv
tion comes to me like a cjap ot tnun- - " ,
der out of a clear sky. Once petted, V." " "
fmdled and caressed. William M. ner& ui u,uw...6 i --
Vanderbilt shorn of his wealth, and until examined closely like a smt of
resrin' upon no foundation hut his colored tuthts. lhe prevailing coi
lto" i . , , iraro von onH num p. (So regular
sterling integrity, must struggle along - " hnt
with the rest of u?. r ? j t. oiif f,i n
It would be but truth to say tbat ne nau cuvcrcu u,c y
"LU " . J i-, Kim witli ticrnrP5 nt hirns. foadesses
Mr. Yauderbilt will receive very nt- - - " "
aic um j u .mrtm;,Q anv more of her person than she
win sav mat viumui uvum cwmwuiii-u . , .,iii;
and struggle along on $150,000,000, could properly exhibit to the public
ana btrueic u-iwug u v , , n , , mnef. lihm-fll onustrucLion
but let them trv it once and see now
thev would like it themselves; 8150,. of what is proper Hei : tace, neck
- - i ..l ri miri honna upiv iiiii. ii ii i nit'ii.
000,000, "with no salary outside oi
at amount, will not last torever. "1 was tauooea a year s
A poor man might pinch along in September," said MiS3 Baum.
ch a case till he could getsomethiug took -six weeks to do it, and the
in but wp must remember that tooimr was done publiciy m
r rnrioT.Knh bs; ii I wnvs vc( in Bowerv mJNew xork.
ilXl . T UUUbl " ' I . .. Ill' Oil
nmnrntivP.lv c. mfortable circum- -There are other tattooed jadies:
.rn.., TT; bonds, therefore, are said the Siar reporter
0 1.14.1 J VyV. . 7 i - I - . -f .
J A i,;a otnmanli into nnf. lr.fn " Yps t.hp.r ilTB SIX. was LUe
tiia nnon flnt.omn air. He nil!, there- fo irth one tattooed, and
' v ; . i a t .t. u-. C
fnm fiml t hnr at hrst to fcusK corn tell me tnat jl am me ueat.
and 'dig potatoes. When he stoops she continued, holding up her arm;
buck around New York cvou can not find a place where you
..... I " . . .1 .
this winter, his stomach will be m the can put a d-cent piece mat is not uu-
wo xr aiiH his vest will no doubt snlit tooed."
itMr " ' - i 1 .... ill.
open on the back. All these thmcs L suppose the tattooed ladies are
. i .i i n l 11 " iq 1
will annoy the spoiled child or luxury, wen paiu:
and his broad features will be covered "AVell,''' said Mis3 Baum, who
with sadness. J. hey win, at least, u evidently thinks 3he is not iiuiy ap
there is sadness enough in the country nreeiated as a work of art, "not so
to do it. much as we ought to get."
What gave you the idea of hav
mg yoursen uiliuukuj iuuucu
wii-rMs. E. Josenhlne Henry and Wilbur F
ii..nrir- her himtmml hv their certalu deed of trust
dated the 20th dav of October, 1SS3, and recorded
in the recorder office of Pettts county, jussoun,
in trust deed record number '2.i, at page wy, con
veyed to the undersigned trustee all ot tht-ir nuht.
title, interest and estate to the following described
l osintA situatnl in the county of Pel lis and
state of Missouri, viz : Lot six U.) and fifteen fet
oil of the vtst tide of lot five (.") in block tivc io)
fAlfnn Krnthir' first addition to cetiaiia. iHS-
nn i tn?Pthpr with thn following certificates or
shares ofock in the Citizens Building and Loan
association of Sednlia, Mo., m: Shares nmnben-
Vt2, GO!, 005, GOG. SOS aud 009, which said convoy
ance was made in tMist to .secure the payment of a
wrti n n..tnr ohli.'itinn in s:iid deeil full? de-
scribetl, and whereas it is provided ia said deed of
' m . C .... .t
trust that in case ot ueiauu in any oi sat
nirmKiiK of interest, du .. fines or in ease if the
panics of the first part f:td to jwy 1 11 jnd discha-ge
anv and all prior ineuuibranc or t -xes due iip-m
said property. Then ur.d iu that eve t the whole
nt sni.l iinii"nr olili-'ntiou. fines. le allies and th-
interest thereon up to the tune of sale shall become
due and puyable aud Hit; saw premises s iuu i
sold in like manner a d with the same elfect as ii
said note or obligation had nmtimd aud ueiam
had been made in it payment according to iu
tenor aud efiec: ; and whereas if 1 1 ii nas uw
made in the payment of prior incumbrances .aud
the taxes due oh said premises, now, therefoie,
hv virtue and authority of the power vested in uu
and in accordance with thepn.vfcions of said deetl
nt tn nml fit lliA rmillftof tilt It Ul hoWer Ol
nnti nr nldimtinn. T shall nrocectl to sell the
1wp ilv:r,ihl ival estate at the court hu?e door
in the city of Sedalia, in the county of Pettis,
state aforesaid, to the highest bidder for cash, at
public auction on
WEDNESDAY. TilE 12th DAY OF NOVEM
uin-nan thn limir nf o o'clock in the forenoon am:
5 o'clock in the afternoon of that day, to satisfy
sa;d not? or obligation, together with all prior in
nd the cost of thi trust.
JOHN MONTGOMERY, JR.,
10-2 lw4t Attorney.
Whereas, E. Josep line Henry and W. F. H enrv
her hiibhand. bv their certain dee i of trust, dated
I.1CM, nf Tii' lSl nnd rMinnlPtl in the r-
curler's olfice in Pettts county, Missouri, in
tniit deed record book 32, on pa;e 4., convey ea i.
the undersigned truUe the fdlowiug dos nhcii
real estate and personal p ropery stitute 111 I e -tis
county, Missouri, and dessr.bed as follows.
The west haT of lot one (I) in WocK tliirjy-SLen
(37), in Seddia, Mo, lK-ing.tweniy-two and oiie-
l ilf feet wide and one nuntiru iwj i
ong. thesaine beinin Smith and Bouldm's addi-
Unn to solatia, or. what was bmuh ami tJOiuuiii s
addition as oiiginallv laid off, and a'o one iron
safe and oeak tap artt nxti.res mere u ueiuu;M..
Said conveyance toj " ade to se.'iiro the paymen
of certaiu njtes in said dee.1 of trust dsenlKd,
ind whereas de ault lia been matle n tne pay mem
of said notes according to the tenor anu eutvx
ihprtmf.flnd the same remains now unnaicl, a.d
wherea., bv the terms ot saiu ueea oi un
irovidetl that in case ot lAjiauit in me puyme m .
said noteti or either ot them, or any part or either
ol them, or the interest thereon as mey respect
vdi? liinmn lino nmi mvaoie. luen uu ui
notes shall bacome due and payable together with
the interest then on, aui als providing tnat ii
said parties should fail to keep said property in
sured, then the holder of said oteor notes, migm
insure the same and the premium so paid shoul
also be a lien on said property. And whereas, said
tiiriio-i tun i fin in in nr aiu uiuiicikj
same was insured by the holder of said notes.
Whereas, one of said notes s now due ami unpaid.
and default has bee i niadei the payment ot s;iut
note aud the interest hereon, now tnereiore in
noonrHinm n-illi tlio tpmis .iml IirOVisiOIlS Of Said
deed of trust, and a, the request 1 the legal holder
of said notes, I shall proceed to sell 8 id real eMat?
and personal pi open v aloe described at the court
hou-c uooriu tne city oi aeuaim, m j.-ju
Pettis, state cf Missouri, to the highest bidder f r
cash at public auction
ON SATURDAY, THE 22D DAY OF NOVEM
between the hours of y o'clock in the forenoon and
o'clock ic the afternoon of that day, to satiny
said notes, to-'rther with the interest cost and ex
penses of exeeutiug thn trust, togetner uu me
inTMoml itir?nff ! nrovded in said deed of
iTXlit. JNO MONTtiOMBaY, JR ,
GET THE BEST!
Detroit Free Press.
A Kobber who had Worked six long rePrter ,
'iii- in VroaV nrwn ii Sflf- annonmlish- don t
tt 4u.i.Annoc:0annrt!ni;aL "1 don't Know exactly, saia me
ed his Task to Discover that his reward van-coioreu iumj. x
i.. ci,:n; TT a woo T.o. tooea laaies IU museuiua, unu uiuunui
WUS SCillceiy ix ouiiiinii. , . . .,
malting and Denouncing his ill luck it woum De nice
wfcpnn Private Watchman put his "now was uuoow
iii : The tattooer used three line
UG'lAl -" ' " . . . -t,.
"Had you came to me I would have needles tied together, lhese wouio
. i a. i i- 4 1. . I i. JTJ I f - lIo it'll.- nurl wrtfVi f li qui
given VOU at Jeast a quarter iu ici ue uippcu iuw u.u
safe alone. You have not only bold lie designed tne ngurea anu pricket
V... fiai.rioc nf o cprv (IliPJin nrHr.fi. thp.m in. It tOOK, as i Pau
1 IIIII A W -w w--r- . j - - - "
Stephens on Webster.
The late Hon. Alexander H
Rtpnhpns. of Georgia, once said of
Daniel Webster : ltI think Wel)ster
wnts thft worst slandereu man l ever
knew. It is the general impression in
the country to-day that Webster was
a reat drunkard, l ou hear ltspofcen
nf otrpn now whenever His name is
mentioned, but it is an outrageous
slander. I will tell you what 1 know
myself. For six years while we were
both in congress I lived next door to
him. His house wTas as familiar to me
as my own garden. I was in there a
great deal and he was as often in
mine, and in all the time of my ac
quaintance Avith him I never saw Web
ster when he was in the least afieeted
bv liquor, or under lhe influence of it
in any way. I have dined with him
at his house and mine. I have met him
at dinners and affairs oufeide, aud I
never saw him in the least inebriated.
I never lieard of his being intoxicated
but twice, and on one of those occa
sions, a dinner, he made a speech that
was grandly eloquent. Then, too,
there has been much said about his
incontinency. I think that is even a
worse slander than the other. W"ben
we were neighbors he was married to
his second wife, a fine woman, and,
-with the exception of Toombs and
Calhoun, I never saw a man so devot
ed to his wife as Webster was. They
but if it was not iUy Hour tor going
to Sleep I should certainly take you
to the Station and see you Sent Over
Don't Steal a 35-cent Dog When it
is easy enough to Borrow a Dollar of
t;:i: Ti:A:ir and tiie farmer.
A Tramp who Asked for Breakfast
at a Farm House and was Refused a
single Crust Exclaimed with an In
you treat me as
who has no hold
"Alas ! how Deceptive U Humau
1 For two nights I have slept
in your Barn, Eaten of your Apples
and Drank of your Cider, and now
an utter btranger
upon your Friend
Some Farmers are s mean that if
vnn wwe to Steal their Hav crop and
spt. t.hp. Burn afire, thev wouldn't feel
under the Slightest Obligation
Joe Brown and His Bull.
Gov, Joe Brown, of Georgia, was
born in the Pickens district ot South
Carolina. He was very poor -sa
young man, and when the Cherokees
were driven from a part of Georgia
be determined to go there to se&le.
The story is that he had not moiley
enough to buy a horse aqd saddle, but
that he rode into the state on a bull
with a bell on its neck. When he got
to the Savannah river he had no
money to pay the ferry, and he bar
gained with the boatman to take him
across for the bull's bell. Bob Toombs
used to say he wished the blanked
flatboat had gone to the bottom and
drowned Joe Brown and his bull. It
did not, however, and Brown made
money, and in time became governor.
weeks, and he worked on m
hours a day. There i3 no other lady
tatooed here,5 she continued, exhibit
ing the elbow joint, which was tat
tooed even in that sensitive point
commonly known as the 1 'crazy
bone." But the most painful part
was right here " she went on, point
ing to her breast-bone, upon which
a red-and-blue bird had been pricked.
"I fainted three times while he was
doing that, and, as you see, it never
was completely finished. I intend to
have it finished some time."
"This could not be done by stencil
ing?" said the reporter, inquiringly.
"io, you can see where I press the
skiu the marks of the needle." "My,
how they do bite!" exclaimed the lady,
brushing away a mosquito from her
'Aren't you afraid they will ex
tract the coloring matter?" asked the
,42S'o, they never bite the places
where the tattoo marks are. If a
person was tattooed all over mosqui
toes wouldn't touch them.'
''Isu't there danger of the market
getting overstocked with tattooed
ladies?" inquired the reporter.
"Jsfo, I think not,'' said Miss Baum.
"There will be no more ladies tat
tooed, I think. It requires too much
"Capt. Costentinus is supposed to
have been tattooed by savages," sug
gested the reporter.
"That is not so," said Miss Baum.
"He was tattooed jii3C as was.
That is a story invented to make him
"Where is the tattooer now?"
"He is in Bed Bank, N. J., and he
has plenty of bus3ines3 tattooing
sailors, fie charges 4 or $5 for one
piece of figure which he can prick in
an hour or two. But I must get up.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
State of Missouri,
CoiiFty of Pettis. J
In the Probate Oaurt for the County of Pettis
AugllSt tCTDl, 1SS4.
D K. Holler executor of the estate of Ditnitl
Hollcv. deceased. OrJer ot publication.
D. K HotLEY, executor of the estate of Daniel.
Holler deceased, presents to the Court his petition
praying for an order for the sa'e of so much of the
real" estate of said deceased as will pay and satisfy
the remaining debts due by said estate, and yet un
paid forwau of sufficient a?set, accompanied by
the accounts, lists, aud inventories required by
lii- Jo ciil ?c fin tTA initiation whereof it is or
dered. that all persons interesteJ in the estate of j
said deceased be notineu inai application a muic
said has been made, and that unless the contrary
be shown nn or before the first day of the next
term of this Court, to be held on the
TENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER
n.rt nn nninr will ht made for the sale of the
whole, ox so much of the real estate of said deceas
ed as will be sutficcint for the payment of said
.ii.g omi tt is further ordered, that this notice be
published in som newspaper in this Slate for four !
weeks before tne next lerrn oi wn v.uuu.
State of Missouri. County of Pettis, ss. m
t Phn M. McCIutiir Judceand Ex officio Clerk
of the rebate Court, held in aud for said County,
herebv ecriifv that the foregoing is a true copy of
f,o original O'rder of Publ cation therein referred
: . .. - .he smc appears of record in my office.
Wi ness iav hand, 'nd seal of said, Court.
Done at office in Scdalii in said
IsksU County, thissyth day of Septeni-
Ciias.M. McClcxq, Judge
10-7w5t and Ex-officio Clerk.
A- P- WYCK0FF,
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term of the Probate Court of Pettis county, Mis
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the 10th dar of November, A. D. 1SS1.
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Elegant Day Cars I
Pnllma Face Sleeping Car
2 Chicago Trai - eily,
2 St. Louis Trains . si y,
2 Omaha Trains Daily,
3 Kansas City Trains Daily,
4 Atchison Trains Daily,
Two Trains Daily for
St. Paul. i&innsa-Dalie, Sioux Ci1
And all points in northwest, with
PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR
Between Kansas City, St. Paul &
Are you Bilious?
"Kldnc y-Wort has done mo more good than any
otber remedy I havo ever token."
Mrs. J. T. Galloway, Elk Flat, Oregon.
Are you tormented "with Piles?
"Kidr.ey-Wort rvr?;uj naitlij cured me of bleeding
piles. Dr. w. C. Klino recommended it to me."
Geo. II. Horst, Cashier il. Bank, Myeratown, Pa
I Are you Rheumatism racked?
"Kidney-Wort curett me. tf tcr 1 was piven up to
tlbridso .Malcolm, West Bath, JLine.
Ladies, are you suffering?
T.'t,in.T.Vnrr. Miml mo of Docullar trouilei ot
I several yeura standinc. Many friends tse nnd rraise
1 iZ m Jink xl. lvmuiciw) i , j&io w junic i w
Ilf you would Banish Disease
and gam Health, Take
All trains ru on time, connecting for all poiata
EAST, WEST, NORTH & SOOTJl
Tickets for sale at all regular ticket offices.
Information regarding rates, time, Ac. cheerla
given by addressing
A.C. DAWES, J.E.BABAKD,
S. P.A..E.C..SX.J.&C.B wmLaum'
St. Joseph. JIo. it. JcsepliJ
8.POD Ci MANSER.
0 o-5 hi
WARSAW AND CLIMAX
J. M. CAYWOOD, - Prop'r.
Leaves Warsaw Tuesdays, Thursdays
Leaves Climax Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays. 11-20-wly
Dr. Whittier J
617 if. Charles sireot, St. Louis, Mc
.-..r,.H ,h. mH.i t-Mtwit st all Vnf!ral. S?XUi
nflfihronio TJiseMsa ttaa any otter Pnticiaaiai
chitV Kernla.ar Rutjture.all Urinary
and Svphilitic or mercurial aiTeciioM of tt
Ous.rtnlsd oot taw
Havintr o! I your cxceW
kntpieiwra.ion k.towa as
i iot the pastyesr or more
we- zts pleA5e to report
thit it has Kven ewtue
ncs.iitc to ie.vtaaieeu it-
MfJonly by th
Bard Jt Miller. vholPi-alfl rgenti.
S . Williams fc Co
Sold ry Drugtfwt.
ttmsr t'n HP hnna. trait-- nta nnptras
Sp9rmaiorrLjia,Saxual Debiliiy awd Imp:
ancv, ii taa rwaii ' Beu-aaa ia jouia, .- c
deMUtT, dlraen ot iigbt, defecti7a necory. plnple c i
of ids. k ct acruf.1 l-cvar, sic, rcoderioe xnarc
(35 cases) relaUai to tt boT, i?at In ilcl ea7tK)7J
for t-573 pemss itispi. Consulution t oSice or erHl
ttte, &na nirtted, a meaoiy tis or sua opisiuu
r4,4nnn v.inth frcrfA or ma.il everTwaf re. jc
sia cazst saarantse'Jt irs rtcuit eibta It I frxil7 t
OSes toun: 9 A. ii. to 7 P.M. Suadays, 13 M.tol
Pamphlet, io any iddrew, for Two Stompw
TIT A TCtTTr A7i All sl lt.flenioy :
W XLVJ' Js r.dit. ioca.-
8cnt scaled, ell three, for 20 Cents.
Mrnhood and Woraanhcod in Gcrmifl,
loqBih&r. Jiluaxralod. 15 Ceni.
Os-rr il;y r-:n"li .1 osa. olcturt-s, uuo to lire; srucka
the foltowlcr eaeca: Uio may marry, irao
ho Ptvfi-al d?v-T. lhe effwu of nchbacy and tzc
U-.i"i r !C T.i-rv
--. :. oi KtsrodacUcn, and rany az
W, D. STEELE
jlttoirixey at Law,
Omra; Room Ko. 5 Porter' Block,
-6d&wir SEDAIjJA AlTC
606 & 608 wyanaotte St.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
Annular araduaU in medicint. Over lb years' practice
12 in L'hicayo.
Authorized by the State to treat
Chronic, Nervous and Private Di
seases, Seminal Weakness (nigU
losses), Sesual Debllltv, (loss of sexual
poicer) and all impediments to mar
riae. Also, Piles, Tape-worm Kheu
matlsm, Asthma, Epilepsy, urinary
and Skin Diseases, 4c Cures guar
anteed ot money refunded. unarRea low. uvcr
SOGOcases cured experience is Important. All incli
nes . Tnlshed ready for use no mnnme to arux
stores. Patients treated at a distance by letter and
express: medicines sent everywhere, free from jcazo
or breakage. No injurious medicines used. No de
tention from business. State your case and send for
terms. Consultation frco and confidential, person
ally or by letter. A BOOK for both sexes Illustrated
oViH .(rninr nf other thisKS. sent sealed In nlaia
! envelope, lor two 3c stamps. EMy Vrea Museum
1 soyf open se descriptioc in above book.
ylraA nn nst laid arcunl cr IC.t.r K ' -"S-.
w . - i .
ature,tlso3cbU catisrel in aa extensive practIo,a4
to a;iy ooo Hii&Trtil &ivs i: careful prut4l tca!
Fopalar Edlt!:n. T m alsore. bat paper wrrtr, W5o j
35 cont by aalU Cheapest good-guil la v
eltlir addrcif, eailonj acsount,
17 St. Chsrlcs str8of , S! Louta, '
61 St, ChariGs Streot.
Treats all forms of Veneral Disease?, Sei
no Emissions and Sows', Deriiity,
uroartsi leted access. No tdzXi er who fails
e?.ll or vrriu-.imphle or corsnltaIioxii
Can "efr to the j:, epical .profession VI
Cures all Open