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23
Month
February
Year
1887
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Mñkm HO FEE ! ! 1 KTnusim is.-,i. ) Merrl UNTIL BETTER ƒ DETroit.MICH. ƒ Bloct ZSir The Begular, Old-Establúhed (L_U ,;]J PHYSICIAJÍ & SUKGEO USKILL AND 8UCCE8 YOUNGMEN.MIDDLE-AGEDMtf and all persons who by their own acts of Impru dence or Kolly at any period of life have brough upon themselves, the cvil cítccts followin dosel upon thc hecls of tran spression of the law oí nature, should consult tne celebrated Iïr.Clark at once. Bemember] Ñervo us diseaes(with o without dreams) or debility and loss of nervi power trcated scientincally by new me th ruis wiil never failing success. 40It malees no differencí whíit you have taken or who has failed to cure you ja-T'.ie terrible poisons of Syphll.s and al bad blood nnd skin diseanes, completclv cradi cated without mercury. 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