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GERM A tRE MEO
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Htadacht, Toothache,
ore) Throat, Nwelllna;a, Nitrnlne, Krulsce,
llisrna. MrnM.. tr.t II 1 1 re.
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THE ( IUNI.KK A. VOOM.KII CO.
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The Daily Bulletin.
"2io Idle Logrs."
CONCLUDED KUOlf POL'KTH PAOE.
he executed a diversion, and saved his ba
con. But a scene of wild excitement en
med when lie rushed upon the atage, ex
claiming, in agonized tones, "We are lust,
we are lost, we are lot I ! 1 1 ! I As the
thrilling words, uttered in a tone of frantic
. terror, fell upon the ears of the audience,
many thought the that the 'walla of the
compress were about to tall that a cyclone
waa upon tlieui, or that the St. Louis rise
bad rushed madly down, and would Bonn
overwhelm them; and it watt ouly by the
atrenuous eff orts of the usher, Sgt. Growler,
who is always in his element when trouble
is on the tapis, that the audience were
calmed by tLe assurance that 8t. Cricket
wsj only suffering from a temporary attack
of emotional insanity, and that he would
not have it either quick or bad again; and
the S.'t., with white lips, promised to be
' calm, though it rent his heartstrings asun
der. Sgt. Lily, a Gerstcrnlna, was, it is
. needless to say, a complete succesj. Being
generally considered a dude, it was
thought he could take a feiniuioe part with
advantage. His blonde beauty always
takes; but It was considered indispensable
that his lung, silky moustache should be
shaved off and the many fair ladies at
whose shrines ho worships have etch occ
golden thread, as a talisman against all
evil, and a harbinger of good things to
come. His acting was com me ilfaut; be
was never de trop, always parfait; very
' sweet and tender in the love scenes (an
ease acquired by lont practice) aad his blue
eyes were lit by. the fires of passion, while
his lips dropped flowers of poetry, distill
ing hooey is it were Sgt. Horseman as
Maud S. was sprightly and vivacious. In
trailing robes of purest white he hxtked
exquisite; his natural coquetry had lull
play, and his (horse) laugh rang upon the
ir. He showed a lelioe grace, as it were
a cat-like, purring contentment; and where
he says, "And how I wish you may get
get biui," his tigerish tones showed that
the velvet paws concealed the claws. fit.
Dasher as Aru-ui ina-oiuiia-Mac made an
excellent post for that Lass o' Louries to
hang on. His gingerly touches and care
ful handling of tbo lady, his presentation
of disolving views and general tending to
dampness, did not, we are happy to say, act
as an extinguisher upon the audiuuee. He
was "kilt" entirely, ami we would ruoom
mond his costume to the bicycle riders in
Cairo. S't.Putr, as th it Lin o' L mrie wis
a coa'pleto success; his soft sweet eyes did
wonder I ul execution among the sudience'
lie iB a general favorite; he displayed his
clinging propensities very freely, but the
peach was a soft, dowuy, velvety one, and
much approved by the tasters. Sgt.
Bouncer, as the White Eluffunt, deserves
great credit for the way in which ho euact
ei a difficult part. If anything, be present-
. , edtoo many inducements to the inalo actors
to persuade him to change his name. His
mirth and jollity were very contagious, and
the boards trembled under his feet. It
I would be like looking for whales iu a milk
jug to fiud any thws in his acting. When
Lord II. K. is hesitating as to whether he
should marry her, we were reminded of the
tnuch mooted question "Did tho whale
wallow Jonah or did Jonah swallow the
whale)" but we didn't Buttle it -neither did
Lord II. K, Sgt. Frizeout, ns fcjiuiou, took
the cake, or would have, if Sgt. Swell
would have yielded tho palm. His acting
was perfection itself; always dignified
(especially when a defect iu his costume,
like a ring of truce, attracted the attention
of tho audience (serene, and iuiperturbablo,
never exulted, hu bore his blushing honors
thick upon him, He was "One of the few,
the Immortal few, who were uot born to
. "die," (a natural death.) . Tho minor parts
' wera taken by Bgta, Buzzer anil llornblower.
The former was "bullied In tho glory ot
flame" Littlu Naucy Etticoat, with a red
petticoat, But we are straying into realms
of fancy, and must coinu dowu to stern
realities like Sgt. llornblower. His basso
, relievo voice and stentorian luugs wore
like unto the bellow of-uo at a forgo.
He flourished his pistol like a son (will
any one tell us what we want to say?) of
Belial, and, when he pointed to tho cako
which, rich and fruity, was to hayo been a
. foretaste) of his future bliss, ho wss over
' 1 como (and wo were tho audience.) ' Wo
must not forgot the cake' boars; their names
will live emblszonod in story, surrounded
by a halo ot glory, etc. (And, by tho way,
wo ask solemnly, appoaliugly, agonizingly
who ato the caket Bring forth the
wrastlur with seven-eighths-wood and-the
rest-cake. Who was the doctor! Homo
patby hud no show, even with Sgt. Han
Daman.) A fine feature In the play was the In
troduction of a solo, In the first act, sung
by Sgt. Lily, entitled "The Cow's Lament
by Tagllapetra." It was rendered
with thrilling tffoet, and dis
played the modus operandi of
of the animile with wonderful effect. The
execution was expected, but, for some un
accountable reason did not "come off." It
would have been very telling and effective
in the incisional passage (of the instrument
of torture); as it was, the bawling of the
cow, for its calf, accompanied by the ring
ing of a bell to give variety to the perform
ance, display a chest development which
precludes any possibility of pulmonary
trouble; and the deep-mouthed braying be
trayed a kinship to one of nature's favorite
children which must havi been most grati
fying. Cat calls, whistling and other mani
festations of the approval of the audience
resulted in the encore song "Baby-mine,"
the fair songstress having honored one of
those infant squallers from among the au
dience, to give finer effect to tho song.
When the words UH iacominghack tome"
were sung, the audience groani d in sympa
thy; for they thought he had better stay
away. Daisies were the leading flowers in
bouquets, best voicing the opinion of the
Altogether, everything was lovely, and
the N. I. L. were in an ecstatic state. They
received telegrams from all over the coun
try, expressing the filicitations of there num
erous friends, and many from neighboring
cities were present. The affair was an
astonishing and unlooked-for success, and
fairly overwhelms the Loggers. They strut
alKut like turkey-cocks, and there will soon
be no standing them. To their president,
Capt. Broadhesd, much of the credit be
longs. He has taken everything into bis
own hands and stamps his personalty on all
his works. When any memtier showed an
unfitness for the part assigned him, it was
taken away, sans ceremonie; and, although
the parts have been in many different
bands the result shows his unquestioned
wisdom. (As the play has been a success,
we can afford to say this much). To use bis
own expression, "any one who likes may
take the cake; but I take the 'cream -cake,' "
Hurra for the Captain ; long may he wave !
Many happy Fourth of Julys to him. (We
do hope that is not a little mixed).
The souvenir programmes of the sipe
water green shade for which Sgt. Lily has
the copy-right, were the tnny articles; pages
in livery distributed mead, in silver goblets,
through the audience, and most of the
ladies attended without hats. In making
this last statement, we wish it to be dis
tinctly understood that it was not because
they had none, but bjsause that is the
swell thing to do in New York, Boston and
othern eastern cities, where culture has a
predominance, which, we trust, it will soon
attain in our beloved Cairo.
A boy in a band while drumming.
Felt a pain in his neck a coming,
He tcrew suddenly boars,
But as a matter of course,
St. Jacobs Oil "sent it a humming."
W. P. ;.auin, river editor ot i hx Bi u.itim
and steamboat pasaentor ak'unt. Order for all
kuide of steamboat Job priutius; solicited. OIllco
at Bowor'i European Hotel. No. H Ohio levee,
STAGES Or TUB UIVKH-.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port last evening at 6 o'clock 29 feet 0 in
ches and falling.
Chattanooga, July 9. H'ver 2 feet 10 in
ches and rising.
St. Louis, July 9. River 23 feet 7 inches
Cincinnati, July 9 River 12 feet 1 in
ches and falling.
Louisville, July 9. River 7, feet 0 in
ches and falliug.
Nashville, July 9. River 4 feet 4 inches
Pittsburg, July 9. River 8 feet t inclus
The G us Fowler troin l'aducali will re
port here at 3 p. in. connecting with I. C.
R. R. and leave ou her return trip at 4 :30
The Will S. Hays from Cincinnati passed
down for New Orleans yesterday morning
She had a splendid trip and relused frvlgh
The Annie P. Silvor from St. Louis left
here yesterday for New Orleans. She bad a
Tho Vint Shlnkle from Cincinnati is due
to-night for Memphis. See W. F. Lnmbdin,
Passenurer Agent, and get your tickets.
The Cairo and St. L uis narrow-guage
railroad has a splondid lot of passenger
coaches ou the road now and the traveling
public aeoms to appreciate it from the pat
ronage the road is receiving.
The Commonwealth from Vicksburg
passed up for St. Louis last night.
The Boo steamer Golden Rule is due to
morrow for Cincinnati.
Tho Sto. Genevieve arrived hero Sunday
with a regular fly-tiino trip and left for 8t.
Louis aa light as a cork,
One of the rbiiBtors on tho Gus Fowlor
while lying at Paducah Sunday, was assist
ing tho engineer in tho engine-room in
handling some machinery and in so me
manner broke his lug. Ho was brought
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
here on th Fowler yesterday and is now in
The John A. Sou lder from New Orleans
is due to-day for St. Louis.
The blackberry brigade from blackberry
lauding brought down a fine supply of
bUckberrics yesterdty, and went back
looking as happy as clams.
The Mary Houston from New Orleans
passed up tor Cincinnati yesterday 6 a. n.
She was light, but full ot people.
The Cons. Millar leaves Memphis this
evening for Cincinnati and will arrive here
The J. II. Hillman from Nashville is due
Business on the wharf yesterday, fair.
The Gus Fowler had a party of young
ladies trora Paducah on board yesterdsy,
and during the uho:t stay of the packet,
they took a stroll through the principal
thoroughfares of Cairo.
The Arkansas City leaves St. Louis this
eveniug tor Vicksburg.
The City of Baton Rouge leaves St. Louis
to morrow evening for New Orleans.
Petroleum V. Jt'asuy.
I). R. Locke, Petroleum V. Nasby, (Editor "To
ledo Blake," wriU-i
J bail ou a forefinger of my right hand one of
those pleasant Dew. a "run round." The Ur.rer
berame inflamed to a deK ee unbcarilileand wol-i
ten to ni-ariv twice Ite natural siz. A friend gave
me HKNKY'H CARBOLIC HALVE and In twenty
mluutee the pain bad so mum subsided an 1 1 t;lve
mo a fair nlght'e rest, which I had not had before
for week. The inflammation 1 -ft the ringer in a
day. 1 consider It a most valuable article for the
Cures 'I be I lies Too.
D. R . Kelntard, of New tork.wrltra
It trite me crest pleasure to aaythita finit e
box of HENRY'S f'ARBuLIC SALVE efferteda
complete cure of I'llw. with which I have bet a
troubled for over a year, and wblcb nothing elae
that I an would euro.
Why suffer with Malaria? Emory's Stand
ard Cure Pills are infalliable, never fail to
cure the most obstinate cases; purely vege
table. 25 cents. (3)
See a woman in another column near
Speer'a Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spier's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalids, weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by druggjsts.
bucKien s Arnica iSalve
The Best Salve "n the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
lores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Harry
To all who are suffering from the errors
ind indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, I089 of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will crre you, fkek
9K cuakqe. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D., New Yoik
John Bentley, 148 E. Monroe St., Chica
go, Ills , says: "Brown's Iron Biters cured
me of heartburn, after suffering for years."
Nervousness, Nervous Debility, Neural
gia, Neivous Shock, St. Vitus Dance, Pros
tmtion, and all diseases of Nerve Gtueru
tire Orgitns, are all permanently and radi
cally cured by Allen's Brain Brain Food,
the great botanical remedy. $1 pkg., 0
e . - t . i ... i
tor f j. At urugKiis.
The crane croo of A. Soger's vineyards in
New Jersey last year was double that of
any previous year. His vineyards in New
Jersey have bo increased each year that he
has been ennbled 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 amotiL' the best tihvsicians in New
York, and is largely used for communion
purposes and tor weak sua ageri persons.
For sale by Paul G. Schuh, druggist.
Wokk Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn .'3 to 7 evenincs, at your
home. Men, Women, Hoys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 197
Fulton Street, New York.
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, Ma
A regular Qrtiduat of two nipillenl
ColN'Kc'i, ! I-"M I'liiK'T eiiirapid In the trcal
liii'lit of C'lirouio. Nurvoim, t-.km bikI
111 or il Disomies than anv other tilivatrlaii In
St, I-ouli, at city pura nhw and all old real
dents know. Con ml 1 1 it I loa ,.t otlloeor wy mull,
free ami Invited. A frlemllv tulkor III opinion
dHUnnthliiK. When It iHlneotiveiiictit to visit
the city .or treatment, medli'lnc run be tent
by mall or expreia evi-rvwhert'. Ciiralile c a-e
Kirauteeil : whom doubt .lit 11 W frankly
Hated. Call or Write.
Norvoui Prostration, D ability, Mental and
rhysloal Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tlons, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rhuumatlsm, Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgeacss or Exposures.
It Is tPlf-pvldent that a tiliynleian laylni
partlotilar attention to cIiim nfranpii attain
Kreat "kill, ml physician In reaiilar praetlru
all orer tho eonntry knowing this, fr"H,,,"r
reenmnienil rancn to the oldeni oltlee in America,
where every knowu aiilaneo la rcnrul to,
and tlm provn.l nooit remipiiiwa of all
awa and countries art. uaeil. A wholo houn It
urd forolllce iurKieH, and all arHtrenteil with
aklll In a rpicctnil nunnert anil, knowlnn .
what to lo. no experiment! re niml. On ac
count of Hip (treat nunilirr applying, the
eharKca are kept low. otteu lower than In
demanded by others If you aecuro the akl'l
and net a Kiwi! y and perfect ltt nirp. that la
the liuKirlant matter. 1'mnpulel, DO pngek,
aent to any addrvia free.
Elegant cloth and gilt hlndlng, Healed ford)
rpiita In pontage, or currency. Over flfty won
terml ppit plcturna, true to lll'e.illclcoii the
following aulijeeta. Who may marry, who not!
Why J l'roperaijetniiiiirrv. Who marry prat.,
aaiihond, Womanhood, Phvlcal decavi Mho
eiiouiu mari'V. How lire anil Impplncm may ue
jucrpancii. mne married or coi
Diarrvlnil ahoulil rem) It. Itonul
Diarrvlna ahoulil read It, It ought to he read
ny an auuil pcrnni, men Kept uixicr mca auu
key. Popular oil i Ion. earn a aliove, but paper
rover and lotl pagve, It veuta uy mall, iu uwuur
py all adult pcrnm, then kept under loci
TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1S83.
Advice to Mothers
Are you disturbed at niht and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting fed hi If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
lug. Its value in iucali ulable. It wiil re
lieve the poor little sufferer immed
iately. Depend iip.iD jf, rnotb'irs, there is
no mistake about it. It cured dysentery nod
(Jiarrhtea, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic, soltens the gums, te
duces Inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the tasie, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and be.-t female
physicians and nurses in Hie United Suii-a.
ami is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world, l'rice 2r cents a bottle.
Young Men, Middle
Agad Man. and all Men
who uflor from aarly
IndiacrDtlona will rind
AlUin'a brain Kood lh
uw powerful innjrorant ever Introduced;
pnoe rmtored by it there la no relipne. Try
Hi it never faila. (1: 6 for 5.-At Dm.
J"" or by Kil from Allen'a Pharmacy,
; ' DnHIII ruuj
The lorv f & mftn la
hta atranath. If yoa
are weakened dowa
eretiona, Allta'a Brain rood will perma
nently re ato re an lost vigor, and strengthen
all Uie muecleaof Brain and Body. $ , Sfor
all Uie muecleaof Brain and Body. $ .Sfor
5. At Liruggiaie, or by mail from Allen'a
1 1 CII90
Of the many rme
r m -,mior nervona ueoiuiy
I and weaknesa of Nerve
for Nervoua Debility
aa" " Generative Hyetem,
there la none equal to Allen'a Ikain t oed,
which promptly and permanently restorve
all loet vigor; it oerer fails. 1 pkg., 6 for
5. At DrudRiaU. or by mail from Allen's
filar ma-am eaajatai
uruKRiau, or Dy man irom Alien a
I fail I f For eaten yean Allen'a
I I nilJlSBrain Food Uaaaiuod
I H IU the atrongest teata aa
LLLI1 11 to l menu In curing
a bbBI B w Ktrrnuen, Nervoua
Debility, and reatortng loet powere to the
weakened Generative System, and, in nu
instance, haaiteverfailedi trstit. I : tl f r
6. Atlrugfriata,or by mail from Allen'a
Pb arm a-pa, a rjaiMia.
" Meno aana In eorpora
atno:" "A sound mind
In a aound body" U the
trade mark of Allen'a
Brain Food, and we as
sure) our readers that, if duaatisrled witu
either weakneas of Brain or Bodily powers,
ttiie remdy will permanently strengthen
both. St. At Drnagiata, or by maiffrnia
I NerronsneM, Kervons
tus Dance, rrostration,
and ail disease a of
nervoua onnca, oi. i
Nerve Oeneratlve Organ ere all perma
nently and radically cured by Allen'a Brain
Food, the great botanical remedy, fl pkg.,
S for s At Druggist, or by mail from
aaif Allen'a Brain Food
I I C aHJL" botanioal eatraot
I I t 1)1 strengthens the Brain
I II II 11 and positively ourea
a la lal 1 1 VaT NKrToaa Debility, Ner
vorjinew, Headaohe, unnatural loasea. and
all weakneasof Oenerative ftyatem ; It never
faila. SI pkg., 6 for t S. At Druggists, or
by mail from Allen'a Pharmacy, 314 t int
Avenue, nn Bill I"AA1
B. DilAIN l-UUU
i, Propensity ana)
I I Aklnd numberless ail-
I I Ml lmenta, fore moat among
Sal aae S aj Wavtleln ara Nervousnosa,
Nervous Debility and unnatural weaknane
I ami 7 faamon brines
of Uviieraove urgansi Allen e tiram ronii
suoceMlully overcoinee these troubles and
restorve the sufferer to his former vigor. SI.
.uesunorer to nisiormer vigor, fi.
l,.v. SIS 1st I
Lveiiue, Sew York City.
Electric AoDllincaa are nt nn risui' T,M.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNQ OR OLD,
WHO r suiroring from Naavoua Haii,ivv,
I.rjSl VITALITY, Ut'K or NKHVK FuSi'N H0
ymon, WinTimi Wr.KNKHK, ami all lluit ilnuiaw.s
of a l'ii0Ki, Natvms n eulllng frmn Aiiesaa and
DTHim I'AUKKa. SiH'.ly ri.i.f nn.l couiiikui ri'Mo.
ration of Hkai.tii. Vim ni nnil MAin)oi)OtiaNTnKn.
Thi griiivliiBt , iliH-iivrry of the N i ni-l.'.-n Ui I Vutnt v.
Benil at oner for llluntrulod I'ainplilrifrae. Aililre'sa
VOLTAIC BUT CO., MAWSHALl. MICH.
Cairo & St. Louis racket.
The palatial Anchor Lino ateamer
Will 'eavo Cairo every Sunday and Thursday t vett
ing, at o'clock, ulvlug Cairo a dally boat fur St.
Lotila. 1 h
Kor particulars a rates, etc., apply to Capt.
Thus. W. Hhiolila.tjleneral Aguut, or Viol A.MHver,
I BEFORE - AMD - AFTErTi
... nnM nniua
hut utawiw vuei assun, or IOBTS)
lias no equal for the Cur of
Stiff vTta, NetUa, Jme) Back, Cramps Tooth-Aoh.,
Sore) Throat, Pain in the Limbs or In any part ot the System
unit !t iiltullv AfHi.njlolia for u tiuirm li, tint fiAMAAk J ti ,
litnd Is eiially effleaeloiis for ail
letfuiuuif iivrrvimt luuuai.o Duuiuiuna i duo n
Ask your Driuglst for It. Trice Bo cU per bottle
Prepared only by JACOB S. MERRELL, I Cj
WnlAaaaatak TM1aaWaiw , . effl"Jrl a Alllal M BL Na'
rei.i.. S i. H '.,c t!uU,,f,.D ""Poster who la defiantly utillalni? Dr. J. A. hhormaq's llfe-long
m'hl. Hnni, Li " i'h'S? '"""""f "f b" Vvalt, and generaily ei UtitrfoltlDe the character
oi nia Book, and pulillehlng the lame in pamphlet form and sending It out aeDr. F. T. Smythe's
iT,i: iPrB"e,.i af, lh llkanp"y to Ins csetia he baa .uroi. i hi a man Buiyihe la located In St
inll'i, uif j ,room'' "Vienna Inetltntat." With the aim ana delibera Ion of a counter e Iter
lvnaDK hi la and eo n. .he man .m.ii,. k- uu i. .ku ...... .i... .. , ....
I I- I,. - . ""7'." B
ri n I . i P' 0"818 wsepia.QM fraud and falae
It I a U IVIIUIV.J L...L ..1.1. . . 1 A , . ,
" "W'tik hdij wcmvui lav ujaucu for IUC.
.,!';. r.om Ji.. " k' i ,h 'futhful photoeraphlc likeneea of patients and reliable state-
IS NjO.VK OPEN FOK THK SEASON.
TEEMS: 8.00 per
Xi'vcr-failinff Sprintrs of coolest Avater cliarffcd with healing and
curative properties that have stood Uie test of more than sixty
years' rontlnnal rise by the health-st-eki K or tliose in search of rest
and recreation, and the residents for miles around.
NO. 1, "THE IRON SPRING" ?
will build up the weak and debilitated, possesses properties that are
unexcelled as a tonic, and is considered a hnre-cure fur Chills, Anie,
Etc., by the perp'e of the neighborhood.
JSO. 2, "THE MAGNESIA SPRING"
flows from the recks In a steady stream cold as Ice water, and hun
dreds driuklngrallday from its basin fall to lower ihe water line.
This Spriutr is a certain cure for Dyspepsia, Kidney disorders aud
NO. 3, '-THE SULPHUR SPRING''
is a new one opened for the first time this season, anJ its waters bid
fair to rival the famous Blue Lick.
Thee Springs are surrounded by Grand mountain scenery The
air is always puru and cool. No hot nijfhus and no mosquitoes.
Write for Circular.
Post olfice :
hope Co., 111.
N RWeADV KHTISKM KNTS .
HOME COMFOUT. .
After a Rainy Ride a Conutry Physi
cian Tells What He Thinks or
"I 'vlfh to gracious aome people would learn
when thi'y needed ciorand when they do t't,"
exc aimed Doctor E , aa he entered his house
in a coey little villago In the int. Tier of the State
ol New Vork. alt r a tedious ntit rlilo for many
nille. I have hceu down among the mountalua to
ee a men, wiio th mesaengi r ea d, waa veryaick,
and not likely ro live 'till aotnlni;, unless hu had
Immediate help; and louud him puttering fmm a
ra her sharp' atiack of coir, which his f.mitly
might havo relieved in ten minntca, if thoy had a
grain of aenne and two orthre simple remedies in
the house. lint no; th y must luinuiu luuoratit as
pig', an I u h. u tlio li act ache or pain takes them,
send fur a doctor, whether they ever pay him or
"Wi y I 'or "iiaikindof simple remedies, as
you call tin in, do yon expect pcoplu to keep in the
house" aik"d his wil'o as sho poured him a cup
ef hot lea.
"In this case," answered tho Doctor, "if they
had only put a IIKNSON'S CAl'CINE POltOl'S
I'LASThK on the niati's stomach, he would have
lim n all rlht In a hour, and raved tnu a dicary
In all ordinary conipliiints It cures at once,
All diacawa are eliminated Irom thn syato a by
wbatm tyhu roughly called expulsion or eitr. c
ton, or by a anion of t'.o two processes. . Ben-
con's I'laater promotes hoth. It Incites the torpid
organ to act, and sends fa hcatlue;, soothing In
fluence through the miriatl porua of tho skin All
other p!utcre oblige the patient to wait, They
givihlin hopo for to-morrow. Pennon's plaster
give httu help to day. Which Is bettir, do you
think.? Hue tho CAl'CINE and keep it In tho
house. I'rlce laceut.
Hcahnry & Jrliuaon, Chrmlats, New Yoik.
10 SETS. REEDS.
Rsallrerta $450 II Wil
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Will KMlMMUe eVtl'Ht
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UHV OBtMN. 70.
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tbevlwilty-whicli Is Klwtrlrtty-drulnsd fromtbesys
temliyeiveu or Indiscretions, thny thus In a natural
way overcome the wiiknss without druuulna the stom
aoh. Thny will eure every case sbort of structural de
UHnemtleo. nnd we are preimred to furnish the meat
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Second and Kallroad Hlreets,
Tho Paaamiser Depot or tke Chicago, St. Louli
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i.nuls and Paeltlei Iron Mountain and SotUern,'
Mohtleaud uiilo; Cairo and St. I.tmia lUuwaya
are all Just arrosa tho street! while the Steamboat
Laadinti la hot one aijuare distant. v I
This Hotol la heated by steam, has steaaa
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