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8 THE OMAHA DAILY BB3S : MONDAY. APKIL 8. 1889.
WHO SHALL CAST A STONE ?
Rov. J. E. Ensign Finds a Theme
In the Murder Trial.
HE WOULD ACQUIT THE WOMAN.
A. Itoprcscntntlvo of n Clnss More
Binned , ARnlnst TJmn Slnnln/- /
Othcrs of Ycfllcrdny's
"Go nnd Sir No More. "
Tlio Rov. J. K. Ensign preached yesterday
( it the new M. E. church to a largo rtudtonce.
Ills sermon was as follows :
The subject I Imvo chosen to-nlRht "Mrs.
JInrry W. Kings Should Bho Hung" is n
live subject , but the Jury will determine
whether by the hangman's rope , or by ixc-
qulttnl , how long the subject shall bo n llvo
one. But the thought that the llfo of n
human bolng , nnd that person n woman ,
hangs suspended In our city upon the decis
ion of n Jury of twelve men , who nro sworn
to decide upon the facts , Is enough to stir the
most phlegmatic. However , there Is another
incident connected with this matter. That n
young mun In the prime of llfo , Irom n good
family , should bo shot down dead In the time
and place familiar to you nil , lllls us with
consternation nnd horror.
My heart goes out ns 1 stand hero before
you , for nil connected with thlstcrrlblo
nfTinr ; for her who nt this moment panes yon
solitary cell , wrapt In profound reflection
nnd regret over the ilrst wrong step. Es
pecially do 1 sorrow for these parents in
k ! Chicago and Cleveland 'whoso hearts nro
broken , whoso fond expectations nnd
drcntns for their children , nro so far from
realization. Ah , who shall write out the
history of grief Who shnll give an account
Df the exquisite lancing sorrows that ullllct
I do not. dear friends , tnko up this subject
to-night , because I want to Identify myself
with it. But I nm here ns n preacher of
I'tghtcousnsss to loolc off upon the seething
Burfuco of society nnd together formulate
such lessons as ought to bo taught from the
Btnndpoint of revelation. A man may bo n
critic of morbid anatomy and have to become
familiar with rottenness to servo the unuso
of humanity. Preaching God's truth is not
always a pleasant thliiR to do , because of the
character of the material to which applica
tion must DO made.
The Hainan idea of the sacrcdncss of the
family and marriage relations was the con
version of the empire. Aa loirg as these
vestal virgins kept that fire burning , n sym
bol of purity , so long should tlio empire re
main. Homo conquered Greece by her prow
ess , but Greece conquered Homo by her cor
ruption of the social relations. History rb
peats itself. The sumo causes will produce
lilto results aiiywhero and everywhere. In
fidel attack on thu family is a blow at the
llfo of our nation.
The law of this nation to-day is that our
women have no right of appeal and nothing
to appeal to. When you see palatial resi
dences , as line as nny in this city , devoted to
immoral practices of what wise men call the
"necessary" evil , I sny to you such blotches
on our social compact nrguo a mighty un
healthy nnd unholy condition of tlilncs.
But what is the ruination and damnation
Of the souls and bodies of 500 of our best girls
every year that this Moloch of lust may be
nppcascdl Nothing , nothing , nothing ! The
eye of public opinion winks ut it , nnd the cyo
of conscience is heavy witli sleep. The other
night I ran into an olflco to pay n bill und I
I overheard n couple of men conversing , nnd
they know it , too. Olio was twenty-ftvo nnd
! the otlio other thirty. One says : "Tho
fe doctor won't marry. No. Ho has lost nil
confidence in women. " And I thought : I
know just about what kind of a man the
doctor is. The devil is n ventriloquist. I
wonder how much reason ho has for having
any confidence in himself. And the man
continued : "I have como to the same con-
clusloi myself. " Finally the other said :
"Well , I guess you nro both about right. "
Such rottenness of sentiment is uu abom
ination I I wanted to inquire : "Let
us see ; your mothers were women ,
nnd you nro so closely related
to that in which you have no confldcnco I
don't ' see nny ground for you to have confi
dence in yourselves. The sin of this lies
deeper than the surface. The notions of
men nro wrong. The lives of men are wrong.
Society is wrong.
Men can sin nnd cover it up , but what can
she do ? What places are open for a woman
! who has tnKon a wrong stop J Thcro is only
ono place open for her , nnd that is the bouso
of fllmmo. Yes , there is another , nnd that is
Suppose that pistol shot had never been.
What would have Ucei ! He , n lecherous
libertine , moving in the best circles , married
to anew wife , cougratulations.mnsic , flowers ,
money , society with its hut off to him. She
ruined , poverty and rags and disgrace , and
nothing open to Her but a house of shame.
The fact is , dear friends , that pistol shot
marks n staccatto passage in our psalm of
lifo nnd has given nn unusual turn to the
general run of things. Slnco September
Innt , nttho "Open Door" of this city , thlrty-
ono cases of young mothers with fatherless
children have found shelter. Ono' scarcely
fourteen years old. Tills sin was all com
mitted under the most emphatic promises to
marry. Never did woman lead man astray.
But ono exception to the rule. Ana this con
dition of things Is marchiiigright along every
day , nnd who stands up and rebukes it ) Is
tuoro any necessity for the pulpit to speak
out ] What la ttio business of the pulpit any
wa.vl What is the church ! A fashionable
bazaar ) *
Judge Baldwin spoke wisely , when ho said ,
men are incompetent to judge woman.
A jury of women would acquit
her nnd not leave their seats ,
and I believe the men will.
Jealousy is a heaven implanted principle.
The thorn grows by the sldo of the rose.
That woman , wrought up to a frenzy , was
bcsido herself and it certainly was a species
of insanity. Lot the same experience como
to you or to me , and something would hap
pen. Woman's nature , more intense , is cor
respondingly less responsible. On tlio evi
dence , acquit her. But where shall she go ?
What shall she do If acquitted i If .vou want
to do a deed of mercy , hang her ; but label
your motives "outraged womanhood. " That
pistol shot was n deep voice of nuturo nn-
sworlng back from the divine law Implanted
In every woman's heart , to resent
on Injury so llngrant. "IIoll has
no fury like a woman scorned. "
Suppose that young man had settled down
nnd Raid to herV'o : have both been wild
nnd wrong- . Now lot us'scttlo down and bo
true to each other nnd true to God. " Do
you think from' the toner of these letters
bho would have been true to him ? I believe
Bho would have made him ono of the truest
wives any man ever had ,
It is the Barno old story of parental Inter
ference for cause. Thcro nro so many con
nected with this affair pushing and urging
matters along , the final deed was only u
climax. What Is the mutter with every ono
taking his chare of responsibility I
1 have asked twenty-llvo cool headed per
sons their opinion and Judgment of this mat
ter. Every Christian nnd moral man lias ex
pressed himself in full sympathy for Mrs.
King , though not indorsing her deed , nnd
hopes for her acquittal. I have also aslced
the Judgment of representatives of the class
of the man shot. They universally can not
find anything bad enough for her , while
rnnst women und some men think she ought
to huvo n premium for her bravery.
I vonturj this opinion that U
all women in Omaha should treat their hus
bands as Mrs. King did hers for being uu-
true to her , there would bo great lamenta
tion in our strc6ts , It would remind you ol
Kgypt , when the angel of death passed
through it. And I do not sneak of this matter -
tor Jocosely nor lllppantly. lutouiporanco Is
a great crime. But the great sin of Omaha ,
of Chicago , of New York to-day is the un
faithfulness of men to the most sacred vowi
they have ever made , und that to their wives
Public opinion may wink at theseIrrogu
laritlcs , but public opinion nnd the dlvini
doctrine are very distinct and different. Pub
)1 ) opinion is thu light you BCO rising am
falling on yonder ship as she rides the waves
wavering , indcllnito , uucertnln as tin
thoughts of men. But God's truth Is yon pel
B'.nr , around which too unlyerse rotates
/ni ) unless the craft of the public oplnloi
takes her rccttonlngs pretty often from tun
tar , ono of tueso fine days ho will sink.
I do not stand hero to indorse or 02CUB
her rash act. For the last six months thor
seems to bo a perfect opldemlo of embezzle
went , crime and lawless shooting and sul
clde. It scorns that the very Hood gates o
bell bavo been raised. There is necessity fo
of affair * .
"Tho Mayor and the Sunday Law"
the thcmo of llov. J. B. Johnson , nt the Wal
nut Hill Christian Church last evening. The
speaker said : To the last American congress
a petition with 18,000,000 names attached was
presented , asking the enactment of a na
tional Sunday Host law. Millions of weary
toilers are sighing for n free Sunday. Hero
In our city three-fourths of the harbors have
petitioned for a city ordinance closing their
shops on the ilrst day of the week , for noth
ing short of a legal enactment can secure
them n free Sunday. There Is a city ordi
nance ns well as a state law that requlrci the
salo'ons to bo closed on Sunday. The mayor
has ordered the law to bo enforced. Publlo
officials are but mon. When a man , as Mnyor
Broatch has done , regardless of threat and
entreaty , bravely takes a stnnd for
what Is right , ho ought to know
ho has the approval of nil good citizens.
The only ground on which n Sunday Inw
can be enacted and enforced Is that It will
promote the interests nnd protect the rights
of citizens. Thcro must bo no Infringement
upon the inalienable rights of man , nnd nny
effort to make men religious by ln w Is ns
contrary to the spirit of Christianity ns to
the genius of our Institutions. The dnrk day
of crossbow and spear , of stake nnd faggot ,
of rack and torch , has passed by forever.
Wo should nsk for no Sunday law In the
natno of religion. I do nsk for It in the name
of humanity. I do ask for it in the name of
the petitioning barbers nnd in the nnino of
toiling thousands , whoso lives nro ono dull ,
ceaseless round like that of the blind horse
nt the mill.
The mayor tolls mo that wlicro thcro wcro
fifty nrroits previous to the Sunday closing
of the saloons , there were but twenty on the
fcoeond Sunday of the closing and only four
of these were for drunkenness. This ought
to prompt every good citizen to nsk for the
continued enforcement of tlm law. .lesus
said "tho Sabbuth wai mudo for man. " It
was made for man because ho needed It. Per
iodic rust is needed by man nnd beast.
The 'Forty-niners' tell rus that In the long
Journey across the continent the trains that
traveled continually took the lead nt first
hut presently were loft fur behind by these
that rested on Sunday. ,
What day should wo rest ? On that day
that is n legnl holiday in every civilized land.
The Hebrew Sabbath was never given to any
people but tlio Jews , and thcro is no record
of any gentile ever being commanded to keep
It. The upostlos taught by both word mid
act , and wo have apostolic example for ob
serving the first day of the week. Tbo
Hebrew Sabbath commemorated the rest at
the close of creation.
My sympathies nro with the laboring mon.
Not nil my lifo has boon spent digging Greek
nnd Hebrew roots nnd tolling of the love of
God. These nrms , many n day , have tossed
the wood into the fiery furnace the right
hund , many a day has grasped the lever Urn *
controlled the movement of the engine. I
speak in behalf of the barber and barkeeper
who nro entitled to a day of rest. I speak in
behalf of the sons of toil who have
n right to n frco Sunday , a day
free from unnecessary snares and tempta
tions in which they may bo free to rest with
their families , or with them enjoy the fresh
air , the grass nnd the flowers , or services in
Hero in America wo love and honor the
Goudcss of Liberty , nnd really I do not see
how wo could got along without hor. And
now hero she comes knocking at tnc gates of
Omaha , bringing the gift of n quiet Sunday.
Shall wo admit hcrl The mayor says : "Lot
her como In. " In the name of happy homes ,
In the name of tolling thousands , in the
name of humanity and of Christian freedom ,
lot her in ! May all the people say , Amen 1
The United Presbyterian.
The Rov. Mr. French , of the First U. P.
church preached his Ilrst sermon to his now
charge yesterday morning. The reverend
gentleman took for his text I Corinthians ,
2 , 3 , "I know nought but Christ nnd Him
Crucified. " The pastor said that in his in
augural sermon ho would not attempt to yet
proclaim his line of work , but his hearers
could rest assured that a crucified Savior
would bo the central figure of nil his preach
ing. He asked for the co-operation of his
now Hock. In nncient times a lovely woman
named Thirisda became n captive of Cyrus.
Her husband implored the king to r.cleaso
bis beloved wife and expressed a willingness
to lay down las own lifo for Thirisda's lib
erty. Cyrus admired the noble spirit of the
husband and released the wife. Afterwards
the husband asked Thirisda if Cyrus the
king did not look beautiful when ho granted
her release ; but she replied : "I
did not ECO him. I only saw
him who was willing to die for mo. " So
should it bo with usf my brethren , nothing
nhould draw attention from the Savior who
was willing to lay down his lifo for us. As
the traveler who attempted to revive his
freezing companion on the snow-capped
height of the Hooky mountains , sent there
by sluggish blood in the warmer streams
through his own veins by the efforts ho made
to save his companion , so the Christian who
attempts to save the sinner by his side gains
strength by the effort.
At Westminster Presbyterian.
Rov. John Gordon , pastor of the West
minster Presbyterian church , preached an
anniversary sermon yesterday morning to a
largo congregation. Tlio church has been
organized just two years and is In a highly
prosperous condition. It started with forty-
seven members , and now there are 147 on
tlio church roll. During the past year a
bandsoino church cdiflco has been built.
Advice to Mother * .
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrnp should al
ways boused for children teething. It soothes
the child , softens the gums , allays all pain ,
cures wind colic , nnd is the best remedy for
diarrhoea. 25ccn ts a bottlo.
Knocked Down and Robbed.
N. P. Nelson , who resides near Cut Off
lake , reported at the police court yesterday
that ho had boon knocked down nnd robbed
by three men In a saloon on No Man's land ,
north of the Cut Off. HQ said that ho went
into the saloon , which one ho could not say ,
for his Sunday morning nip. Business was
apparently dull for the loungers , and as soon
us ho pulled somd silver out of his pocket
three mon assaulted him und knocked him
down. They cleaned him out of the few
dimes ho had In his possession nnd then un
ceremoniously bounced him out of the placo.
His torn clothes und bruised features bora
evidence of the rough handling ho had ro-
coivcd. As the scene of the troublo'is out
side of the city limits ttio victim was sent to
Sheriff Coburn with his complaint.
They are trying in Germany to find n
substitute for India rubber. No ono
who has used Dr. Bigolow's Positive
Cure desires a substitute , us it is emi
nently successful in coughscolds mid all
throat and lung diseases. Goodman
AMUSEMENTS FOR THE WEEK.
Tuesday Mndamo Albani and London
Wednesday A. JJltnc/i of Kens.
Thursday Lottn In J'uii-n Ticket Nn 210.
Friday Lotta In IVuou Tlcfccl A'o. 210.
Saturday Afternoon Lotto in Paten
Ticket iVo. 2/0. /
Saturday Night Lotta in Pawn Ticket
Every afturnoon nnd night Joseph H ,
Koano in Solon Shingle.
A New Trniu.
The connectinrj link between Ne
braska and Kansas has juat boon placed
in service by tbo Union Pacific railway.
This train loaves Council Bluffs daily nt
4:45 : a. in. ; loaves Omaha at 5:05 : a. m. ,
and runs through without change to
Manhattan , Kan. , making .direct con
nections there with thu Kansas division
of the Union Pacific railway for all
points In Kansas and Colorado west
bound , and for Topeka , Lawrence , Kan
sas City and points east and south via
Kansas City. Returning , train loaves
Manhattan at 2:25 : p. m. ; arriving at
Beatrice at 0:25 : p. m. , Lincoln at 7:50 :
p. in. , and Omaha at 11:20 : p. m. , Coun
cil Bluffs 11:40 : p. in. , making direct
connection with Kansas division trains
from Kansas City , Lawrence , Topeka
and the cast , and from Denver , Salina ,
Abolino and all points west , enabling
passengers to visit the principal points
in Kansas and Nebraska In the shortest
possible time. These trains have first-
class equipment , consisting of smoking
cars and first-class day coaches of the
latest pattern. The now train will fill
a long felt want , and is bound to bo
Have Been Worse.
Councilman Kaspnr met with what might
have been a very serious accident yesterday
morning. While driving ncross the bridge to
Council Bluffs his horse became- frightened ,
nnd turning short ncross the track , collided
with the motor. Tlio prompt action of the
motor conductor in stopping the train pre
vented any serious accident. As is was ,
howovof , the councilman's buggy was com
pletely wrecked. _
Funeral ol' a Teacher.
The funeral of Joseph Dlnobar , late
teacher of the Bohouilan.school in the Second
ward , was hold yesterday afternoon. The
nttondnnco was very largo , and comprised
representations from n number of the
Bohemian societies , in 'whoso esteem the de
ceased was hold with high regard. The re
mains wcro interred in the Bohemian ceme
The Parnell Meeting To-Nlsjhr.
The projectors of the Parnoll meeting to
bo hold nt Boyd's opera house this evening
met In Thomas Brennnn's oDlco yesterday
afternoon. The committee on arrangement
was informed thnt Dr. George L. Miller had
accepted nn invitation to speak on the Irish
problem this evening. Routine matter was
transacted and a rousing demonstration is
A Kitchen Fire.
The kitchen part of the Creamery restau
rant , at K10 Dodge street , was visited with a
? 5 blaze about 0:30 : yesterday morning. The
COOK had allowed the range to get ever boated
nnd it fired the floor , but tbo flames wore ex
tinguished before nny damage was done outside -
side of the apartment.
An Orange Social.
The young people's society of the South
western Lutheran church will give an
orange social this evening , April 8 , nt the
resldenco of Mr. Swobe , 1100 Georgia avo-
nuo. All are invited.
Birthany Pnrty _ , y
A birthday party was given Saturday night
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Allen ,
1114 South Thirteenth street. The party was
in honor of W. G. Drake , who has just at
tained his majority. Ho was the recipient of
Litvo Stock Shippers.
The next mooting of the Nebraska Live
Stock Shippers' association will bo 'held at
Exchange hotel , South Omaha , Nob. ,
Wednesday , April 10 , 1SS9 , at a p. m.
Dr. Gluck eye and car , Barker blk.
D. J. Foster , of Princeton , is at the Mur
John Wilson , of Kearney , Nob. , is at the
H. M. Mollis , of Racine , Wis. , is at the
H. S. Schwind , of Nebraska City , is at the
H. E. Palmer , of Wahoo , Neb. , is stopping
at the Paxton.
G. D. Carson , of Dos Moincs , is stopping
at the Paxton.
W. S. Palmer and wife , of Orange City ,
are at the Paxton.
Mrs. E. S. Free , of Glcnwood , was at the
D. W. MofCntt , of Gordon , Nob. , is stop
ping at the Millard.
L. W. Russell , of Glcnwood , la. , is regis
tered at the Millard.
J. M. Timelier and wife , of Port Niobrara ,
Neb. , are ut the Paxton.
J. C. Robborts , of David City , i gistorcd
at the Murray. yesterO ay.
Mrs. L. A. Stephens , of North Platte , was
at the Millard yesterday.
James E. Merritt and wife , of Minneapolis ,
are registered at the Paxton.
J. B. West , president of the Oklahoma
colony , left Sunday morning for Washington ,
to arrange with the secretary of the interior
for a town slto in Oklahoma.
The delicious fragrance refreshing t
coolness and boftboautynn , parted to the
skin by Poz/oni's Powder commends it
to all ladies.
Herded the Slun.
Gill & Purtoll , baleen keepers near Fort
Omaha , have the sign hung in their window.
"By city ordinance we must close on Sunday.
Lay In your supply of liquor on Saturday
nlgnt. " The admonition was licoded on
Saturday night by eomo party who broke Into
the saloon and stole llvo kegs of bear. Last
night James DulTy. who lives near the
saloon , was arrested while drinking from
Ono of the kegs. Ho was Jailed on the
charge of burglury.
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family. My father died o It , a sister rjf my
mother died , and my own sister died of It. Sly
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f The quality of the cloth ,
I the superior design , the
trimmings , the workmanship -
ship , are such as would T
rxpect to pay' $40 and get I
no better. tft
f Not another stock in the
I city is as varied , complete I
and captivating as Nicoll's. f
T -Fairls ovcaflowing with
I rich fabrics for Tailoring *
| at prices within the reach of J
f Trousers to order , 5 to $10,4
| Suits " 20 to $451
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And all necessary paper * tilled.
W , E , HAWLEY , Civil Enginear ,
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.Extraordinary Bargain Sale This Week in the
New G-oods , Largest Wholesale Stock to Select from and tlie Lowes
Prices Ever Named for First Class Goods.
"We Offer the Following Bargain Lots This Week in
Soy's Long Pant Suits.
Lot No. 1. 150 Boy's Brown Striped Cheviot Suits , coat , pnnts niul vest , mtulo from n pure nil woo
cheviot , manufactured for our own use and miitlo in our own work rooms. Guaranteed to be pel-foot in every respect
spect at $7 per suit. Wo claim that this is less than these goods can bo manufactured for in the regular way , bub
we have them made in Ini-go quantities and in this way have reduced the cost , so have decided to ofl'er thorn
this week nt the extremely low price of § 7 per suit. All sixes from 10 yenr.3 to 17. Samples of the goods sent to
Boy's Short Pant Suits , SpecialPrice , $5.
Lot No. 2 Is a lot of 200 Boy's Scotch Cheviot Knee Pant Suits , ages -i to 13 , made from a genuine Scoto
Cheviot , of a neat brown check. In appearance and wear it is equal to any suit sold as high as 88. Wo unliesj
tatingly recommend this suit as perfect in fit and reliable in every rcspoct. Sample * of goods sent any address
Special Sale of Men's Cheviot Suits , Prices $8 , $10 and $12 ;
The Cheviot Suits advertised in the men's department last week will prove to be very popular , judging from
the number sent outlast week to parties at a distance.
Men's Blue Cheviot Sack and Fioulc Suits , $10.00 ,
Men's Fancy Cheviot Sack Suits , $3.00.
Men's Genuine Sawyer Cheviot Suits , § 12.00. i *
Send for samples and self measurement blanks.
Corner Fifteenth and Douglas Streets.
N , W. Cor. IStli & Dodaro Sts.
ron THE TREATMENT Or ALL
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Heat / cllltica , apparatus and remedies for succosi
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Dloeases of Women a Specialty.
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ONLY RELIABLE MEDIOAL INSTITUTE
HA KING A SPECIALTY OF
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All Blood Diseases successfully treated. Syphilitic
Poison removed from the ajmtoru without mercury.
Now restorative treatment lor loss of Vital I'owor.
Persons unable to Tinlt us mny bo treated nt hurao bi
correspondence. All communications conndentml.
Medicines or Instruments gent by mall orcxpri's * .
trjurely packed , no marks to Indicate contents or
sender. One personal Interview preferred. Call nnd
consult us or send history of your case , and no will
send In plain wrapper , our
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Dpon Private , Special or Nervous Diseases , Irnro-
tency. Syphilis , Ulcot and Varlcocele , with question
Omaha Medical and. Surgical Institute , or
Oil. BIcMENAMY ,
Cor. 18th and Dodge Stt. , - - OMAHA , NED.
PATENTED Auo. 10 , 1887. IMPROVED FEB. 1,1889.
DR. OWEN'B ELECTRO-
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AUSTW UALUWIN & CO. . Oen'l Agents ,
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HAIIUY E , MOOUK8 , Agent , Omaha ,
Reduced Cubin Rates to Glasgow Ex-
This Is a , disease which has heretofore
Balllod all Medical Science.
When Mercury , Toilldo of Potassium , Snrsapa
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Wo have a Remedy , unknown to anyouo luttio
World outsideof ourCompHuy , and ono thathas
to cure the most obstinate cases. Ten days In
recent cases does the work. It Is the old chronic
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cured hundreds who have been abandoned by
Physicians , and pronounced Incurable , and wo
challenge * the world to bring us a case that wo
will not cure in lesithan sixty dayH.
Blnco the history of meaiclno n true specluc
for Syphilis has been sought for but never
found until our
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it Is the only Homeay m Hie World tnat will pos
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published by the best known authorities , suy
there was never a true specific before. Our rem
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physicians that cannot cure you , you that have
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you that have been afflicted but a short time
should by all moans como to us now , not one in
tonof now cases ever get permanently cured.
Many tjethelp and think they are free from tha
disease , but In one , two or three years after it'
appears again in a ; nero horrlblo form.
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jTBtom In umiinner tlio patliint ciuiuot nccount lur.
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Wrlto for Catalogue.
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Correspondence solicited ,
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