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New Advertisements. ,Gis|f:^- N D r> IS F TMA-'iY ~-'"i of -^-jj nrrjhx £5, 3:'E%T €S- -A. 3J«" X& SS IT IMS: I^JCES JEZ, C5 O> 3C& -''l^}- y..:1~ AT' .j;'; ROBERT BCOBIE 'S- GEITEEAL "W DR E HI O TX SB, CLINTON. In every DEPARTMENT will be, found the most FASHIONABLE AND USEFUL ARTICLE FOR GENERAL WEAR, selected with GREATEST CARE AND ATTENTION to meet the ECONOMY OF THE TIMES, and yet FASCINATING THE TA^TE, so that; ALL CAN. APPREOIATE., LADIES' AND GIRLS' TRIMMED AND' UISTTEiIMMED HATS, COSTUMES, DRESS MATERIALS, &c. &c, In Great Variety. MEN'S, YOUTHS', AND BOYS' RE^DY-M/VPE CLOTHING, Fashionably made up, quite EQUAL TO THOSE MADE TO ORDER. In; tlie GEOGEEY^IEONMONGEEY^ CEOCKEEY, And other DEPARTMENTS under the EEVISED SCALE OF PRICES/- No reasonable customer can complain, and the result is alike PLEASING AND SATISFACTORY. To the customer by the ACKNOWLEDGED BENEFITS DERIVED, and to the Seller by LARGELY INCREASING 'TRADE. FARM IMPLEMENTS AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE SUPPLIED AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICES, Of which Illustrated Catalogues and Price Lists can be. seen on application. ALL KINDS OF FARM PRODUCE, WOOL, GRAIN, HIDES, SHEEP- SKINS, &c, PURCHASED or CONSIGNED to my AGENTS FOR SALE, and LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES made thereon when required. ROBERT S COBLE, GENERAL MERCHANT, COMMISSION AND INSURANCE AGENT, CLINTON. Clinton, November, 18, 1880. 386
Lives of great men all remind us, We can make our lives sublime And,- departing leave behind tis Footprints on the sands of Time." npHE above is read with great inter- I est by thousands of young mon. It in- spires them with Hope, for in the bright lexicon of youth there is not such a word as fail. Alas r say many, this is correct, —is true with regard to the yovith who has never abused his strength ahdto the man who has. not. been "passion's slave." "But to that youth to that .man who has wasted his vigour, who has yielded himself up to the temporary sweet allurements of .vice, who has giveu unbridled license to his passions, to him the above lines are but as a reproach. What Hope can he have? What aspirations? What chance of leaving his footprints on the sands of time For him, alas there is nought but dark despair and self-reproach for a lost-life For a man to leave his footprints on the sands of time, he must be endowed with a strong brain and nervous power. He must possess a sound, I vigourous, healthy mind, in a health body— the power to conceive- -the energy to execute But 3 look at our Australian youth See the emaciated form, the vacant look, the listless hesitating manner, the nervous distrust, the senseless, almost idiotic expression. Note his demeanour and conversation, and then say, Is that a man to leave his footprints on the sands of time Dp pai'ents, medical. men, and educators, of youth pay sufficient' attention to this subject? t Do they, ever ascertajn'the cause of- this, decay and having done so, do. they, (as a_ strict sense of duty demands) seek the skilled advice 'of the medical man, who has. made this branch of t his prof es'sio'n his particular speciality, whose life has been devoted 'to the-, 'treatment .of- these cases Reader, what is your answer Let each t one answer for himself Parents see their pro- i geny fading gradually .before their sight, see them become emaciated old young men, broken l down in health, enfeebled, unfitted for the battle of life yet one word might save them, i one sound and vigourous health-giving letter from a medical man, habituated to the treat- ment and continuous supervision- of such cases, would, in most instances, succeed in warding off the impending doom of a miserable and gloomy future, and by appropriate treatment restore tlie I enervated system to its natural vigour, and en-jure, a. joyous and happy life. Dr L. L. Smith, of Melbourne, has made the deseases of youth and those arising therefrom his peculiar study. His whole professional life ■j has been especially devoted to the treatment of Nei'vous Affections and the Diseases incidental to Married Life. His is skill available to. all— no matter how many hurdreds or thousands of miles distant. His system of correspondence by letter h now so well organised and known, that comment would be superfluous— (by this means many thousands of patients have been cure.d j whom ho has never seen and novor known'- it is carried on. with such' judicious supervision that though he has been practising this branch of his profession for twenty-six years in these Colonies, no single instance of~ accidental- disco- very, has ever; yet happened. When medicines are required, these are; forwarded 1 in 1 the same- careful manner without a possibility of the con-' tents of the parcels being discovered. Plain and lear directions accompany the/ latter; land a cure is effected without even the physician .nowing who is his patient. f To lien and Women with broken-down Oou- stitutions, the Nervous, tlie debilitated, and all i suffering from any Disease whatever,.. Dr Jj. li.- Smith's.. j)lan of treatment commends itself, avoiding as it does, the lncoiaLvenie^ce and ex- pense of a personal visit. ;,i Address DR •L.'.L.'iSMEEH, 182 Collins-street East, "7" iMelbourne. (Late the Residence of the Governor.) Consultation Fee b.? Lettr, J}l.