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K. A BUKNETT.
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W. P L.miuiN. nv.r editor n! i'hs Hiii.litin
and steamboat paaseuier agent. Orders lor all
kluds of steamboat Job priming solicited, Ufllce
at Dowur's European Utlttl. Nu. It Ohio levee.
Woman's Disadvantage in Oourtahip.
A man's jiiest of a spoils is limitml
onlv by Lis tituo ami opportunities for
looking around. Ho can try to win
anybody, altliou;li a reasonabli; chancu
of success may uttenl him with but few.
At any rate, ho stands squarely upon
his cheek ami his merits, ami that, is
fiioujrh. On the contrary, society says
that a woman nniit never go a step "of
her way to secure tbe best and most
desirable of mankind. She must simply
sit and wait until chance brings the
longed-for opportunity of speaking. In
fart, it is said that young ladies pride
themselves upon feeling as well as seem
ing inditl'ereiit to all men until an efl'ort
is made to awaken their interest. No
wonder social reformers protest. If
young maidenhood did not so often fall
a victim to the lirst llight of Cupid's
darts, its range of choice would still be
very small. As they y, rich and poor,
pretty and homely, intelligent and ig
norant, probably women would not, if
they accepted none of them, receive on
an average more than half a dozen of
fers apiece, and not over three, of these
reasonably eligible. Suppose that she
is fortunate enough to win a score of
suitors, a young lady is still terribly
handicapped. Like enough none of the
twenty would be just to her liking, and
meanwhile one she greatly preferred to
any of the others might just escape
coming under the spell of her charms.
It is all very pretty, but this sitting in
"maiden meditation fancy free,'.' until
some stray youth makes a vigorous ef
fort to deprive the aforesaid fancy of
its lihertv, is a very unsatisfactory thing
when cntieally examined. Probably it
may never bo advisable to put women
on an exact equality with man aud let
her go forth with a stock of caramels
and valentines to her ideal, and put the
motto, "If at first vou don't succeed,
trv, try again, " to a practical test. At
all events, anything of that kind is far
In the future. If, however, man is to
bo robbed of his time-honored preroga
tives or forced to share them on even
terms, we respectfully submit that ade
nuate attention be given to his inimenso
advantages in courtship. Cleveland
Chills, their Causes aud Coiisoquances.
Catarrhs should receive careful con-
nlderation, intcad of the neglect which
they generally meet with until they
have fastened on the part nflcclcil so
much as to excite the intention, and per
haps alarm of the sull'erer. Here, how
ever, we propose to say a few word
about the causes of chills, A person in
food health, with fair nla . easily re
sists cold. Hut when the health tlags ft
little, and liberties are taken with the
Ktcnii'ieh or the nervous svstcni. a chill
is easily taken, aud according to the
weak spot of the individual, assumes
tho form of a cold, or pneumonia, or, it
tiuiv Im Iniitiilien. (If nil ellllVes ol
Void," probably fatigue is one of the
most ellicietit. A jaded man coming
home at nlirht from a lomr day's work.
tv growing youth losing two hours' sleep
over evening parties two or three times
ft week, or n young ladv heavily "doing
the season." young children at this fes-
tivn fiimtinn ni'orfeil mid wit Ii n Mluirt. nl.
lowniico of sleep, are common instances
of victims of "cold." Luxury is favor
able to chill taking; very hot rooms,
soft chairs, feather beds, creates n sen
silivnncss that leads to catarrhs. It is
not, after all, the "cold," that is so
much to be feared ns the nnteceilent
conditions that give tho attack a chance
of doing harm. Some of the worst
"colds" happen to those who do not
leave their house or even their bed, and
llifuin who. nt'n iiuimI Invnlnenilila are of
ten those who are most exposed to the
changes oi lemperntnre, una wno, Dy
good sleep, cold bathing, und regulat
habit preservo the tone of their ner
vous system and circulation. Probably
nmnv nliilla nt'n emit l'lietoil lit. tilirlil. fit
jui.uj .......... ...w . w. ........ ... n
at the fag end of tho day, when tlrod
people gel tho equilibrium of their cir
culation disturbed by either overheated
ulMtnrr rooms or under heated bedroom!-
and beds. This is especially tho case
w th e derlv people, in suen cases uie
nildclilnf Is not alwavs dotio instantano
ously, orlua single tilghL U often
tiilnu nbien Insidiously, extending ovet
days and even weeks. It thus appuars
that "taking cold" Is not by any means
a simple result oi a lower temperature,
lml iletieniln lavrritlv on HOl'SOIial Condi
tions und linlilu. nii'cetlnir osnoolallv the
nervous and niusoular energy of' tht
The Charles Morgan from Cincinnati is
due to-day for New Orleans. Cupt. Hurry
The Vint Hliinklf from Memphis will ar
rive this afternoon for Cincinnati. It you
want to yo up the Ohio on this popular
craft, V. F. Lsrnbdiri will lurnish tickets
at low rates.
The Jus. W. GhII, the Aug ship of the
Memphis and Ohio River Packet Co., is
due this morning for Memphis. See W. F.
Lktithdio, Ptteaunjjer Agent, aud get
The W. P. Hallid ly left St. Louis last
evening for New Oilcans. S lie is due here
Tho river marked by the gauge st this
port last evening at 6 o'clock U9 feet 2 in
ches and falling.
The Paris C. Hrown pssed Vickbburg
Friday evening 0 o'clock. She is due here
It is rumored that the Will S. Hays will
go in the New Orleans and Arkansas City
trade next season. If euch is the case we
can not help regretting it, as we would like
to have one fast boat to brag on; but as our
stock in her is very light we submit quiet-
The City ot Providence from Vicksburg
passed up last night. She bad a fair up
The Henry A. Tyler leaves here for St.
Louis some time during the present week,
what day we are not authorized to state.
Yesterday was one of the warmest daB
of the season, but the atmosphere modera
ted several degrees, which was caused by a
refreshing shower rain. -
Capt. O. T. Ryuian wired us from Nash
ville last evening that the 11. S. Rhea had
laid up, but toe IlilUnan would continue
running through on her regular day.
The Vicksburg from St. Louis is due here
this evening and goes to Vicksburg.
Boats, Bleyclcfl and Hay Fever.
Nuturo has resolved that all the people
shall not enjoy themselves at once. With
the opening of the season of outdoor sports
comes the titno of trouble for the poor vic
tims of Hay Fever. For thfm flowers bave
no ud r, and the summer little or no beau
ty. To snuti', sneeze and wipe their weep
ing eyes for three or four auccessive
months: this is their pitiable portion.
Whether this form of catarrh is called hay
fever, hay-cold, rose-cold or rose-fever,
makes mi difference; they suffer just the
same, There is no help in sea-voyages,
there is no help in high mountain a;r.
These only lighten the pocket and le-ve
the disease unabated. Hut there is a posi
tive cure in Ely's Cream Balm. We could
emm these columns whh grateful letters of
the rescued. Try it and join them. If you
continue to suffer it is because you neglect
a remedy as sure as it is cheap aud pleasant.
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills are suffi
ciently powerful for tim most robust, yet
the safest for children and weak constitu
tions. 15 cents. (7)
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely afflicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman should
know that Electric IJitterB are womsn'B true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr.al always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle, sold by Harclay Hros.(2)
The Wife of an Ambassador
recently put the following question to the
daughter of one of our Merchant princes at
a Presidential levee "My dear, I was told
before I visited America, that your country
women were not remarkable for fine teeth.
I find it quite the contrary. Tuke your
own for instances. Pray wh t dentifrice
do you use'f" "I have used SOZODONT
for years and prefer it to any other," was the
response. Header, follow her example!
The grape crop of A. Speer's vineyards in
New Jersey last year was double that of
any previous year. His vineyards in New
Jersey have so increased each year that he
has been enabled to keep a stock five or six
years ahead. None of his Port is sold less
than four years old. It has become a popu
lar wine among the best physicians in New
York, and is largely used for communion
purposes and for weak and aged persons.
for sale by Paul G. Schuh, druggist.
A boss tailor who lives near Racine,
Had backsche so bad that his spleen,
Throbbed like a boil,
But St. JacoNOil
Cured the pain, which was very kten.
A southern Illinois correspondent of
the Chicago Tribune writes as follows con
cerning the prospect to various fruits:"Thu
present is a most excellent 8"aaon for that
choice fruits, cherries. All varieties have
been plentiful, and the quality is extra good ;
in fact, all fruits this year seems to be en
tirely free of blemish and insect. The
copiouii showers have benefited the growing
fruit. We are surprised to find that In some
portions ol this section of Illinois there
will be quite largo apple crops, in spite of
the caterpillars. At Villa Ridge, and in
many orchards in the neighborhood, the
caterpillar created sad havoc, having strip
ped the orchards, and in some cuses the
forest trees of their leaves, which, in the
case ot apples, is, of course, death to the
fruit, causing it to drop off. Iu the vicinity
oftMakanda the prospects for both early
and late apples were never better. The
trees are Loaded. It is easy to see that the
peach season of 1883 will be the largest for
years. Your correspondent has just made a
tour of inspection for the purpose of aecer
taining tbe exact condition of tho peach
orchards, and finds that the greatest peach
shipping station will be Makanda, Jackson
county, seven miles noith of Cobdeu, on the
Illinois Central railroad."
LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI BY "MARK
TWAIN," HIS LATEST AND
From the many unbiased criticisms the
above work has received from the leading
papersof the South and West, places it be
yond doubt his best production, with per
hapg the exception o( "Innocents Abroad."
His long experience as a Pilot on tho
great river and his many years travel on
same, has afforded him abundance of mater
lal to concentrate his ideas, and it will
prove intensely interesting to all who
dwell near the great river and its tribtitttr
ies. Tho Book is as instructive by reason of
the largo fund of accurate information it
affords, as it is entertaining because of the
rare wit and humor pervading nearly every
page. Tho Book contains over COO pages
and 325 beautiful illustrations, prepared ex
pressly for it, and Is gotten up in fivo differ
ont styles of binding, some of them elabo
rate. The Book is sold only by subscription
The agent will call upon our citizens am
afford those who desiro au opportunity to
Cured When PlijHlcians Give Up,
"Our family physician gave up our child
todie, wrote Henry Knee, i.Bq.,of Venlln
W arren, Co., lenu. "It had tits, banian
tau Nervine has cured tho child." $1.50
A Vexed Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted were lie a preacher aud endeav
orlng to interest his atidienco while they
wore koeping up an incessant coughing,
making It Impossible for him to be heard
Yet, how vory easy can all this bo avoided
by simply uning Dr. King's Now Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs ana colas. Trial
bottles given away at Barclay Bros'
drug store. (2)
Allen's Brain Food botanical extract
strengthens the Brain and positively cures
ervous Debility, Nervousness, Headache,
unnatural losses, and all weakness of Gen
erative System; it never fails. $1 pkg.; 0
tor f .j, At drutrgists, or Allen s Pharmacy,
315 First Ave. N. Y.
T. C. Savage, Eist St. Louis, III., says
"I suffered from malaria, and Brown's Iron
Bitters, alone cured me."
Wokk Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make au offer ly which
you can earn f.J to f7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Y omen, liovs or Girls ? "
it. H. C. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 197
Fulton Street, New iork.
T. LOUIS & ST. PAUI
PACKET COMPANY'S I
Fine Side-Wheel Passenger Steamers
B:,,''n.. 8T- lOTHI, HANNIBAL. QOTNCT.
1UCOKUK. BURLIN3T0N, HOCK f BLAND.
. VA.YM1,0rtj. CLINTON, Dt BUQUE,
LACHOSUB, ST. AUL end MINNEAPOLIS.
Ht. l'niil Puck"! n Imive Ht. Loula erarj MondHT.Wed
nwluy und Kri.liiy, nt p.m. Qulncjr i Knokuk Vtckr
emlwitost. I.miiidmljr, Ktimtny iceitad. nt 1 p.m.
Exrorslon Tirketa ut low rntes to Ht. Pniil. Lake
SIlntiMnnk nnd nil f.orthnmSiimmnr Iteaortn. IHreot
and chaitrontto lnkOt,Mnntiuifimid Manitoba.
for llluttratml Oiiidn Hook, tlmetiihlM, piuwogof
and Irelvhc utiw, and othr Information, uddnwii.
W nartbout fool ol Olive bu. 6 T. LOUIhTMOI
saiivefujh: five 33
Neurozone. (new Nerve-I.lfo. Strenetli nnd
Vliiiin Is ;i in-.itivt restorative forllio Loss of
Manly Viiror in Younsr. Middle-Aced and
Old Men, no matter limn w hat c;ur;c. In Ner
vous Uebillty, .Exhaustion, Impotency,
Seuiii al Weakness, Hint kindred ailments,
tills bttndard Remedy is a certain cure.aml
to all such siillerers, who semi u statement ot
tiieirtriMinii's, a quantity snnioient to prova Its
virtue win ne sent ree orcost. Address,
P. Ot BOX 2404. St. touts, MO.
Hue hi-en more destructive to human health and
lire than war. oeatllenct) and taniinu cumtiinmt
So caul s olHtiUkrutxiiod writur many years sito
and It ! as true to-dar as tuun. Tho poor victim
of Blood DIkcsku ii dnnrsed with Mercury to euro
the uislailv. and then dosed with Iodides to cure
him ofthe Meicurial Poisoning ; hut instead of any
relief, tbo first break down his leneral lies th and
miike liltn a crlunlM, ana toe other ruiin tin ui
trenlve organs. To thorn Blllicted In this way
split's NpecISc Is the trusti'Hl noon on earth, and
uwur n more tnnn liswuiuni in xnid. u aninioie
this Miuctirlitl Poison, tonus up the system, anil
hrltitfs thn aiitrerer hack to Health aud hnpplni'iK.
Kverr p ron who haa ever hoen salivated shoulil
ny an meana take s tuoroiiKO oourso of tuts remeuy
Jui'rEaroNViu.s.Twiiins Cs., (iA.
PI vo years ago I found on my plantation a tol
ored mau who was badly disensed. ilu atsti'n
that live ears before ho had contracted a violent
rate of Blood Poison, and had hoen treated "V
niiiuy phv Iclans, all fulling to cure him. 1 treat
ed him with hwlft's Kneelnr., and In a short ttuiu
ho was sound and wall, aud has not hurt a snip
lorn ofthu dlauaso piuco. D. M. UUUllES.
Ono gentleman who had been confined to his
bod six weeks with Mercurial Kheumatism Iihs
been cured entirely, aud speaks In tho highest
prulsoofS. B. H. Clll LICK fe r.rCKKY.
will bn paid to any Chemist who will And, ou
analysis of 100 bottloi of 8 , S. 8 , one particle of
mercury, lodldo potassium, or any mineral sub
stance, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.
Drawer 8, Atlanta, Os.
tr" Write for tUo little Boo, which will bo
mailed ft oo.
Prlcut Small alse, $t 00 par bottlo, Large
las (hold lug double quantity) 1.7 bottle. Alt
Druggists sell It. 4
The Wonderful Efficacy of
Baa been so trequenUr sud uUsfsctdrfly prima
that It seams almost superfluous to say snytnlnir
more In their favor. The Immense and oonstantlr
lucreaalnK demand for them, both In this end forwlira
countries, Is the best evidence of their value. Their
sale today In the United Bute Is far greater than
anr other catlisrUo mediclno. This demand la
Dot spasmodic, it is regular and stesdr. It Is not
of to-day or yesterday, It la an lnoroane Uutt use been
steadily frrowtnir for the butt thirty -Ave years. What
are the reasons for this great and growliigilcms&df
Pr. Hrhenrk'n Mandrake Plllscontain no mer
cury, and jrt tliey act wuU wnnderf ul effect Ulion
the Uvnr. They cleanse the stomach and bowels of
aU lrrtuttntf matter, wlilcn, if allowed to remain,
tvnScmaUio blood, and brings on Malum, null anl
fever, and many other dlneaes. They irtve uealtlt
and atreiMTth to the dilutive onrans. They cream
sppetlte and give viiror to tho whole system. They
are In fact the mediclno of all oUiers which shnulit
betaken lntimea like the present, wben malarial ami
other epidemics are ratrtng, se they prepare Uie sys
tem to resist attacks of diseaso of every character.
Ir. HcheiM-k'a Mandrake Pills are sold by all
druKKiaui at gta. per box, or sent by mail, puetpaid,
on receipt of price.
Dr. Hrhrnrk'a Book on Consumption. I.lv
rr Complaint and Dyspepaln, lu Kngusli nc
German, Is sent for to slL Adilrem Or. J. IU
HCHKNCK A: HON, I'bimdelphla, IV.
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A resrulor Ot-nditnta of two medlrul
College:., lias been lunger i-ii gaged III the treat
Went of ("hronie, Nervoun, Irltiii unit
lllocxl DIsiMsea than any other physician in
Ht. I. on Is. as vltv mits Usw nnd all old rest,
dents know. onsuliiitinn .1 otlieeor ay mini,
free and Invited. A frlenniy lulk or lilsnplnli.ii
costs inilbliig. When It Is liii'iiiivenleiit to vMt
the city .or treatment, medicines ran be sent
by mail or express everv where, ( uriilile u-es
guaranteed; where duulit enlsts H la frankly
stated. Call or Write.
Morreaa Preati atiuu, Debility, Mflltal Slid
Physical Weakness, Mercuriul and othrr
arTectiorii of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Exec sseij
Indulgences or Exposure!.
It Is self-ei blent that a physician paying
particular atli-Mlmi to a class nf cases attains
great skill, and plirsielaiis In regular practice
all over the cmintry knowing this, fieiuenlly
recommend cases to the nldesl i.lllec In America.
where every known npplin Is resorted to,
Slid the pwived iro.xt rriuedies of all
ages and countries sre used. A whole hnnss Is
used for other pursues, and all are treated with
kill In a respectful manner; and. knowing
what to do. uoeXerliiieiits are mailv. On ac
count of the great number applying, the
charges are kept low. often lower than Is
deiniiinled bv others If von secure the skl'l
and set a 'perriy ami perfect liiw cure, 1 1) lit la
the Important matter. I'lnnplikt, 3d pages,
lent to aiiy address fnsa.
puteI I MARRIAGE GUIDE, (pages,
Klegant cloth and gilt binding. beulidforW
cents III posts? or cuireney. liver II fly wou
iicrlul pen pictures, true to life , tirtlclemn the
following sullied. t ho mil) marry, who not;
wlnl1 I'nmer nL-e to inairv. W ho niai i y llrst,
juiihissl. w omanhood. Physical decay. Who
should iiiarrv. How life and happiness may Isi
increased. Those nuirrlid or eonluniiilatlng
lijarrvlug should read II. 1 1 oim lit to be read
ev ail adult persons, then kept under lock and
key. l'oliiibrcilitlnti, same nsiilniie, but paper
rover and J'U pugri. Hi I'tuU ot' umll. lu luouef
Stato A Monroo SU. . Chicago.
Will send tfenl llonnv il.(r tlisJr
BAND CA ) AL-Uv-US,
fr ivwk .ihj m,', id Kn.rMtititft
f inatruuifi'i. f i i ihiu,
ruMiimna. KtMiiU'la. Ctn-lAlllltlt
ifan.te. Oritlll M.l'fS hlaff. ftllii
lliu. Sundry luii.l OtiiM, l;tftlrinf
Mitvtiils hI-u InvludM Inlnh'llon d Ki-
trft'taM tt AltlHiBII IUiU Uli ft CVatitt(U
Of CtlM iUUli sViUatC
Eij3iriff J1t LlJPMJIfll A poworfiil jirepajittlnti coin
I iZj ZA HI 111 vMl'o'cd mostly of Essential Oils
lllftll 1 a-f tfaf I he most penstrntlhg Llhlraetit
kkw DKOps applied to the surface will rMnonZ
and a most .nstantly RILIEVI PAIN! It will not i SoiV WS2Z
? trz . Zit 0T 19avft disagreeable effecU of any kftid. It
Stiff JoUta, IitnralKla, Lluna Back, Cramps, Tooth-Aeh.
Sorsj Throat, Palna in the Limbs or lu any part ot tho System
and s equally eflleaelons for all piilns la tli Stomach and Bowels
requiring a powenui umusive suinuiant.
Ask your Druggist for It. Price CO cts per bottle
Prepared only by JACOB 8. MERREJLL
Wholesnle DrmnfiBt, ST. LOUIS. MO
beeMrrrell's Almnsac;. i
IS WOW Ol'KN FOP. TIIK SEASON.
TEKMS: $8.00. '.per week; 2.00 per day.
Novpp.failinir Springs of coolest water charged with healing- ami
curative properties that have stood the tost "of more than sixty
years' continual use by tho hcalth-spoker, or those in search of rest
and recreation, and the residents for miles around.
NO. 1, "THE IRON SPUING"
will bnild up the weak and debilitated, possesses properties that are
unexcelled as a tonic, and is considered a sure cure for thills, Asue
Etc., by thepcop'e of the neigfliborhood.
SO. 2, 4tTHE MAGNESIA SPRING"
(lows from the rocks In a steady stream, cold us ice water, and hiiu
tln tls driukinp; all day from its basin fail to lower lho water line.
This Sprinir is a certain euro for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders and
Kiiulre t diseases.
NO. a, '"THE SULPHUR SPRING''
is a new one opened for the first time tins season, an I its waters bid
lair to rival the famous Hlue Lick.
These Springs are surrounded by grand mountain scenery The
in r is alwiiys pure and cool. No hot nights and no mosquitoes.
Write for Circular. i
Post olliee: 1
Pope Co., 111. )
J. E. LEMEN,
M o caution tho public against sn Imposlur who is dcilantly utilizing Dr. J. A. hhcrman'e life-long
rcpniiitlon by distorting the llkeuosses of bis patients, and itenerally e iinlnrfeltlni; the character
oi hln Hook, and publlshlni; tho same In psm unlet form and si ndinu It out as Dr. K. T. Smythe's
hook, r prusentlui! the llkenflMsea to bo esses he has tire', this man Hmytho Is located in SI
Louis. Mo., calls tils rooms "Vienna Institute." With tho aim and ilehberailon of a counter'elter
of bank bills and coin, the man Nmyths has s.a sail In the rupture bustiens with Ills shameless
hlreliuus to pen-oimte thesupl.turo frauds and fatso staiomeuts of cure, boiiiiitr to escape detection aud
Dr. J. A. SHERMAN'S book, with truthful photoeraphlc llktmrsses of patients and rellsble state
nionte fro;n eminent ceiilliimen. la mailed for lUc. Olllco Jd Uroudway, w York.
NKW ADV EIIT1SEM KNTrt.
That smart n en averate 'i.(H) to JH (XI per day pr o
fit, sell UK lho "Pocket Manual," 'J he most marvel
Ions little volume ever saced. Noooed, endorsod
and purchaied by all classes; nothlnt! In tho book
line ever equal to it. win prove nor torieii j;i o
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Alter a Rainy Hide a Couutry l'hyM
cian Tells What He Thinks of
"I -vish lo gracious unnie people would lenrn
when they need s d rtor and when they doVi,"
exc alined Doctor K , as he entered his house
In a cosey little village lo the Interior of the State
of New York, lifter a tedious llight rlclo for many
miles. I have been down among the mountains to
sue a man, wno the messenger va'd, was vurysick,
sud not likely ro live 'till n orning, unless Im hud
Immediate help; and found him snfl'eflng from a
ra hor sharp attack of co Ic, which Ms family
nituht have relieved iu ten minutes. If they had a
uraln of sense and two or Hire simple remedies in
thu hnnsu. Hut no; th y must remain Ignorant as
pigs, un t wlii u tho least ache or pain takes them,
send for a doctor, whether they ever pay him or
Why iVr .1- v'.-y kind of simple remedies, as
you call tin in, do you expect people to keep In the
house?" asked his wiro as she poured him a cup
of hot tea.
'In this case," answered the Doctor, "If they
had only put a HENSON'S CAPC1NK POROUS
I'LASTKIl on tho mun's stomach, he would ha c
been ell right lu s hour, and saved me a drunry
In all ordlnarv complaints It cures at once,
All disrases ire eliminated Irom th syste n by
what in ry be roughly culled expulsion or extrsc-
t on, or by a union of t!io two processes. Ben
son's Piaster promotes both. It Incites thetorp'd
organs to net, and sends t a heating, soothluir In
fliience throimh the mrlad porea of the skin. All
other plasters ubllge I lie patient to wait. They
Kl v lit in hope for to-morrow. Denson's plaster
give hltn help to day, Which Is belt' r, do you
think? Ilu v the CAl'CINE and keep it lu the
house. Price '.'5 cents.
Heahtiryft Johnson. Cbeoilst. New Y'o:k.
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ID SETS REED9.
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td Willi OlU.it ixak'-l'
Orgons for only
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ROSE POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE,
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A well-endowed School of Engineering. Depart
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A Now and t'ompteto Hotel, fronting on luveo
Sucoud aud Kallroad Streets,
The Passenger Depot of tko Chlrago, Nt. Lonla
sud ewOrlesnsi Illinois Central; Wsbssh, Hi.
Louis and Pacltlci Irou Mountain and Southern;
Mobile and Ohio; t'alro and 8t. Louts llsilways
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This Hotel Is heated by steam, has steam
Laundry. Hydraulic Klevator, Klectiic Call Hells,
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perfect sewers and complete appointments.
Superb furnish lugs; perfect service; aad aa aa
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