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The Good People of Earth Could Have the World Running
Smoothly if They Were as Earnest and as Systematic
and-Persistent as His Satanic Majesty.
How the Devi! Works
By ELLA WHEELER WTLCOX.-
THK decade; before 1811 had been
a busy and successful one for the
Devil. He ted organised several
new trusts, raised the prices of food,
fuel, clothing and rent, and kept the
average wx of the -working girl
down to S a week.
Everything had moved satisfactorily
in his eentasJ otfloe ad la fate branch
st&tiOBs ob earth.
His emissaries had created false
standards of life, and nwa and women
in high circles had grown money
Wasteful extravagance, unhealthful
Sequel To '
Maternal Instinct Greatly Developed fay
Teaching ChSdrea to Love their Dolls.
The Httle child's doll is mother to the
most romantic fairy. And in the years
that pass, the doll fades Into the petals
of a June rose, to evolve the most won
drous of all transformations.
And now comes a more serious period
When the Joy of real motherhood should be
as tranquil as best effort ean provide.
This is accomplished with a wonderful
remedy known as Mother's Friend, an ex
ternal appUeation so penetrating is its
nature as to thoroughly lubricate every
cord, nerve, muscle and tendon involved.
There will be no pals, none of that
nausea or morning sickness, no sensation
of distress or strain of expanding muscles.
The nerves, too, will be calm, thus making
the period one of restful days, of peaceful
nights and a source of happiest anticipation.
The yoang, expectant mother must be care
fully watchful lest she become absorbed in
those mental distresses which illy prepare
her fer the most Important event in her life.
Mother's Friend enables her to avoid all
Beneatioa of dread, worry or pain, and thus
she is preserved In health and strength to
take up the Joyful task of motherhood.
Ton will find Mother's Friend oaale at
bH drug stores tst $1.00 a bottle. Do not fail
to use it regularly as directed. Write to-day
to Bradneld Regulator Co., 135 Lamer.Bldg.,
Atlanta, Ga, for their most valuable little
guide book for expectant mothers.
OH BABY'S FACE
Chest and Lower Limbs. Broke Out
in Pimples. Would Soratch and
Cry. Cuticara Soap and Cuticura
Turkey, Texas. "At six months old our
little girt baby's face, chest, and lower nmbs
began to break oat like heat. It broke out
in pimples, and she
would look as red as if
she bad fever. It con
tinued to spread until
she was almost a soUd
sore all over. She
would scratch and cry
and we could not get
any res-, for three
months. The pimples
began to run a yellow
ish water and would scab over. We had her
treated and used every remedy we could
hear of; nothing did her any .good. Finally
a lady told us her baby had the same trouble
and was cured from Cutfcura Soap and Oint
ment, so at once I ordered a 25c. cake of
Cutfcura Soap, and one bee of Chtifcuta
Ointment. The Cutfcura Soap and Otat
ment began their good work at once, and she
was completely cured.
" Our other cmW. when she was tares days
old, was taken in the same way. She had
the eczema alt over in small red pimples.
She was as raw a a piece of beefsteak. She
was very fretful and had sores all over her.
It would itch and she would scratch and cry
nearly all the time. The Cutlcura Soap and
Ointment cured her." (Signed) B. H. Tur
ner, Ma". 11. 1912
Cuticara Soap 25c and Cuticura Ointment
50c are sold everj where liberal sample of
earn mi -d free with 32-p lan Bxk d
l"cs:r ---r.J- - j or j Dep- I -
S3- - - ';j)j ' z.
Z-Z.J .. . .. Baaip.a r;a.
excitement, anhatural appetites, and
an utter disregard of the rights of
others characterised the financial and
He head over the reports sent in
from earth, and was concerned as he
noted the turning' of the minds of the
world's workers back toward nature
and the simple life.
"This will never do It will never
do," quoth he. "Before the working
people become Inoculated with this
wholesome doctrine' we must busy our
selves. We must stimulate their tastes
for more of the Joys of earth."
So the Ievil arrayed himself la
evening dress, and sallied forth to
make calls upon the working girls.
Wherever he went he talked of the
theater, the opera, the cabarets, the
gay motor rides to road houses; the
shimmer of silken gowns; the gleam
ALAMOGORDO GETS J
GOOD, SOAKING RAIN
Half Mile of Track on Railroad to
CIoHdcroft Is Rebuilt; ?Auto
Road Nearly Completed.
Alamogordo, N. S3L, F.eb. 27. A slow
rain began falling, about 5 oclock and
continued most of the night. There are
excellent prospects for a record break
ing crop in this section this year. The
damage to the fruit crop whioh was re
ported some time ago, has proved to be
much less than at first supposed.
The Alamogordo high school basket
ball teaniwhlch entered the federation
meet at SI Paso, February 21, 22 and
23, has returned home.
The fire department was called out in
response to a call from the county jail.
The trouble was a defective stove.
Work has been finished In rebuilding
for about one-half a mile the track of
the Alamogordo & Sacramento railroad,
operating between Cloudcroft and this
city. The work was made necessary by
the encroachments of the arroyo upon
the roadbed. The track was moved
nearer the mountains, on the side of the
The automobile highway being built
between this city and High' Rolls is
nearlng completion. The engineers in
charge of the work expect to open up
the road about the last of next week.
This road is one of the best that is to
be found anywhere and will be of great
benefit to the residents of the moun
tain districts, as the road will shorten
the distance to this city by about five
On account of the illness of Rev. Mr.
LeBreton. pastor of the Grace Methodist
church of this city, -the evening service
was occupied by a stereoptlcon lecture,
"John G. Paton among the cannibals."
Tour roof Insured for 10 years with
out extra cost to you. Iiet us explain.
Lander Lumber Co.
r J Mi
Try This HorneMade i
I Cough Remedy
g Costs Little, But Does the Work i
jy Quickly, or Honey Refunded. S
r3Hi m he mi ikB
Mix one pint of granulated sugar with
pint of warm water, and stir for 2
minutes. Pnt 2 ounces of Piner (fifty
cents' worth) in a pint bottle; then add
the Sugar Syrup. Take a teaspoonful
every one, two or three .hours.
You will find that this simple rem
edy takes hold of a cough more quickly
than anything else you ever used. Usu
ally ends a deep seated cough inside
of 24 hours. Splendid, too; for whoop
ing cough, croup, chest pains, bronchi
tis and other throat troubles. It stim
ulates the appetite and is slightly lax
ative, which helps end & cough.
This recipe makes more and better
ooush syrup than you could buy ready
t Pinex'is the most valuable concen
trated compound of Norway white pine
extract, and is rich in guaiacol and all
the Batural pine elements whioh are eo
healing to -the membranes. Other prep
aratioas will not work in this formula.
This plan of making cough syrup with
Pines and sugar syrup (or strained
honiey) has proven so popular through
put the United States and Canada that
it is often imitated. But the old, sue-
.ui lonnuia nas never been equaled.
guarantr of absoluto satisfaction.
inppv TTorpTtlv refunded, rroes with
rcf'TX" lour drosRH; has Pines or
p i- t.-u. If not, send to Tin
co., x z. wjxe, ma.
of jewels, and the pity of letting
youth pase with none of these pleas
ures. Then he made memoranda of the
girls' wages $6 a week and below he
placed a little item of S3 a week which
a friend would gladly contribute to in
crease her Income for awhile, and
later on she could pay him hack. Then,
leaving her to think it over, the Devil
went his way smiling.
And his smile was one of Irony,
thinking how easily the good people
of earth could have the -world run
ning smoothly, justly, happily, with
peaceful, well-paid toil, and time
enough and money enough for pleas
ure and repose. If they were as much
in earnest and as systematic and per
sistent as he, the Devil, had been in
his own affairs.
(Copyright, 1813, by Star company.)
PHONES POLICE HE IS
DEAD; SHOOTS SELF
Rlsbee Man Ends Life While Telephon
j Ing; Wife Witnesses Rut Unable to
J Prevent Tragedy.
! BIsbee, Ariz Feb. 27. "This is Jim
Cresto. Come up here and get me. I'm
dead," was the telephone message re
ceived by policeman Parley McRea. It
was followed by the sound of a scream
and a scuffle over the phone McRea
I dashed out of the police station and to
I the, home of Cresto. He found the man
that had been talking to him five min
utes before lying dead on the floor,
with the blood stained telephone re
ceiver dangling over his body. Cresto
had shot himself with a .41 caliber re
I volver in the right ear, causing instant
death. While he stood at the phone
i talking to the policeman, he had drawn
the revolver, and his wife, who was in
the room at the time, had attempted to
' disarm him. This caused the sound of
scuffling that McRea heard. The de
ceased had been a resident of Bisbee
for the last 15 years. He had been en
gaged In operating lunch stands In
various parts of the city.
A woman known as Vergle, a resident
of the redlight district, attempted to
drink carbolic acid when arrested by
policeman Kempton. She seized a bot
tle of the acid and Kempton caught her
hand, but not before some of Ihe Hcuid
had fallen on her face, burning her.
Kempton was also burned about the
hands by the acid.
One of the heaviest rains of the sea
son fell in Bisbee. A number of the
streets were impassable, owing to the
deep water and great masses of earth
were washed down.
RALMORHBA BASK IS
IX ITS NEW aiTARTBUS
Balmorhea, Tex Feb. 27. R. P. Head
has moved the ' bank into the new
building recently erected for that pur
pose. E. T. West has moved the bar
ber shop into the old bank building.
The shoemaker has moved his bnsinees
into the building formerly occupied by
Two of the McCutcheon brothers have
purchased material for $30,000 homes.
Perry Wagnon has returned from
Kansas, where he went to sell a sarload
of alfalfa seed.
GOES TO ARGENTINA
J. A. Espy, of Lobo, Culberson county,
Texas, has gone to the Argentine
republic by way .of New York. He
will study the cattle business down
there and will be away several months.
Mr Espy, who has been in the cattle
business In west Texas for 20 years,
says that a number of cattlemen from
this section have lately gone to Brazil
and Argentina to locate, because the
industry promises greater profits there.
The Army of
Is Growing Smaller Every Day.
I CARTER'S LITTLE
LIVER PILLS are
only pro relief
aeu, Ini'reilita, Sick Htadac&e, SaBow&k.
SHALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PUCE
' Genuine imttbeu Signature
JHKSV Mi -
CAPITAL & SURPLUS $600,000.00
W. W. TURNEY, President
S. T. Turner, Vice-President W. E. Arold, Cashier
W. Cooley, Vice-President Sig. N. Schwabe, AssL Cashier
T. M. Wingo, Vice-President P. L. Atkinson, Asst. Cashier
H, E. Christie, Secretary
Accounts of banks, firms and individuals cor
4 Paid on Savings 47o
ONLY DEBRIS SHOWS
WHERE CAMP STOOD
Twenty-Second Infantry Now but a
Memory Here; Second Cavnlry
Leaving their camp fires burning
and the frames of some of their tout
houses still standing, the Twenty-second
infantry bade farewell to Fort
Bliss Wedrtesday and marohed away
from the post.
Where once hundreds of men played,
and drilled and slept and ate, naught
but skeletons of their shelters remain,
and the infantry camp presents the
appearance of a truly deserted Tillage
of the plain. The fires were left burn
ing and all the remnants of the last
meal and all the trash about the camp
were piled onto them that no germs
might be spread about by the brisk
wind which blew across the mesa.
Piles pf firewood, large logs that ire
used bj the solders In their camps,
mark the places where the kitchens
stood, and down where the artillery
battery was encamped stands a large
stack of bales of hay. The men had
Just completed unloading 19 cars cf
forage the day before they left for
Bast of the artillery camp the tents
of troop L. of the Thirteenth cavalry
look like lonely sentinels on the pa
rade grounds. They house 50 men
under tne command of captain John H.
North of where the Twenty-second
infantry was encamped are the tents
of company I, of the signal corps,
commanded by captain B. B. Hycr.
Here much activity Is displayed, for
the recruits who arrived but a little
over a month ago are put through the
paces. They receive daily instruction
in this department of the army at he
hands of their commander and the aid
of enlisted men who have learned these
things before them. There are about
45 men of the corps at Fort Bliss.
Hew the Seeaad Is Distributed
. In the basracks one .battalion of the
Second cavalry, the first, is quartered,
while colonel Frank West continues
his supervision of the work on the
road approaching the post from the
Country club district. Troop E Is at
Sierra Blanca, Tex., under command cf
captain John P. Wade, while liteuten
ants J. F. Taulbee and J. K. Brown
are with -him. Troop F is at Presidio
Tex., under command of lieutenant I.
P. Swift. Troop G is at Finlay. Tex.,
under command of liteutenant Howard
R. Smalley. Lieutenant John A. Barry
is in command of troop H at Fort Han
cock, relieving lieutenant George F.
Bailey. At Washington park captain
S. M. Kochersperger commands troops
I and L, while lfeutenants J. S. Mooned,
George H. Brltt and Robert McBeck
are also stationed there. Captain Jos.
S. Herring commands troop K, at the
Santa Fe bridge, and lieutenant Mal
colm W. Nicholson is also stationed
there. Captain W. F. Martin commands
troop M at the smelter, and lieutenant
B. V. Summers Is stationed there.
The leave of absence of captain R. S.
Fitch has been extended one month.
Lieutenant M. A. Dailey of the medical
corps has been assigned to duty at he
Santa Fe bridge. Lieutenant F. S.
Snyder is at Fort Bliss from Marfa,
Tex., to be examined.
Tucumcari, N. M., Feb. 27. In mass
meeting citizens of San Jon, east of
Tucumcari. protested against any fur
ther division of Quay county.
A great deal of annoyance is belng
caused throughout the eastern por
tion of the county, it is said, on ac
count of thieves, the miscreants taking
chickens, and even carrying away
doors and parts of country houses
Over eight tons of mall were handled
at this point one day last week and
the average nightly business is more
than faur tons. Much of this amount
is transferred in four directions over
radiating lines from this city. The
plane for the new arrangement of the
postofflce to accommodate the in
creased business occasioned by the
adoption of parcel post, are expected
soon. It is thought that this Increased
business will amount to more than a
35 percent increase annually in the
amount of postal business at this point.
Mrs. J. E. Johnson, llTing at Logan,
this county, was thrown from a buggy
when the team became frightened and
ran away, tone was severely injured.
PROM BISBEE JAIL
Bisbee, Ariz., Feb. 27. Following a
near riot on Chihuahua hill, caused
by a discussion of the killing of Ma
dero, chief Watkins arrested four
Mexicans and lodged them in the city
jalL When the jailer went around In
the morning to get the men and bring
them to the police, court, he found
that only two of them were there.
The other two had secured an Iron bar
and had tunneled their way out. This
makes the fourth escape from the
jail in the last two months.
-.A? a meeting of the Servian elub
$W4, raised by the New Year's ball
private subserptions, was sent to
the BaMfsn war Red Cross fund. This
JrWS the total subscriptions f the
-. ! iv juufts man i.oiiv.
SERVICES ARE 1IKLI) IN
ABW OHl'UCH AT ARTESIA
Artefta. n. M:. Feb. 27. The first
serrtew in the new Episcopal church
were conducted Sunday by Rev. Mr
Bullock, of RoswelL
Rev. F. St Bancroft of Colorado has
been secured as pastor of the Pres-!
D. J. McCann. of Denver, who owns
the Bill Clark farm, north of Artesla,
is maaing arrangements to have tne
lake lowered and the farm drained
and put in a high state of cultiva-
White and company have moved their
building formerly occupied by hotel Ad.
ORH.rS OF THE WOIID "DON."
The word "Don i a Spanish
titli wa i igrinallj u-d at tho end
of tup run r in the fo-m f thn e sp-
f 1 1 i N si-xi rwn .'
i I x . -f D ' 1 ii,. n an I
V. " x I Utll t
its r -..... form. Iir ilaj.
NEWS IN THE
Story Is Told In One Issue of How n
Dentist Lost nis Practice Through
Kindness to a Cow.
Want advertisements often contain
more of real human Interest to a reader
of a paper than anything else in the
paper. Behind many of them are stories
of real heart interest, stories that In
form, stories that lead to money
making. The want advertisements are
full of meat. They are always worth
Not a day passes but that the reader
of the want columns can find not
only matters of news and manifold op
portunities, but some unique announce
ments which show up in terse, para
graphic way, new phases of human ex
istence and characteristics.
Burled in the recent offer of a cer
tain physician to sell out his well
paying practice cheaply, lay a story of
how the ethics of the profession caused
his downfall. Passing his neighbor's
house one day, he saw his neighbor, a
widow, in distress over her -cow's ill
ness. A common spirit of humanity in
duced him to go to her assistance. After
diagnosing the case, he prescribed and
the cow recovered. Seeking to aid the
doctor because of her gratitude, the
widow spread the story and soon the
physician was pestered with applica
tions from owners of sick cows, horses
and other animals. His reputation as a
skilled doctor of human ills became
sunken as his renown as a veterinary
grew and he was compelled to offer his
business for sale and seek a new local
ity. An Illinolsan found it necessary to
sell a favorite horse. His affection for
the animal was such that he inserted in
his "want ad," In a Chicago paper, a
statement that he must know the per
sonal character of the purchaser of the
animal before selling. A Chicago rich
man saw the advertisement, was struck
by the "human interest" features of It.
visited the down-state man, bought the
horse and a friendship between the two
was brought about hich later proved
of decided value to .j advertiser.
ALPINE HAS GRIP;
MANY ARE ATTACKED
Alpine, Tex . Feb 27 The grip is epi--demic
In Alpine. Noticeable among the
victims are members of the postofflce
force, both permanent and transient.
Postmaster Slight was the first, and his
assistant, W. W. Coleman, was a close
second. L. W. Durrell and his wife, who
until lately managed the office, came
to Mr. Slight's assistance, but were
invalided speedily. Ernest Williams
managed to hold out against the mi
crobes until Mr. Slight was convales
cent. Among the many who have been
victims of the epidemic are Mrs. Glenn
Kokernot. Miss Mayer Young. Mrs. A.
M. Turney, Mrs. W. & Caldwell. Mrs.
Rogers, Mra J. L Wllkins. Mrs. R. B.
Slight. Raymond Garnett, Reagan Cart
wright, and J. W. Miles.
Miss Theresa Sweet, who was ill for
two weeks with spinal meningitis, died
at the home of W. W. Townsend, and was
buried In the Alpine cemetery. Bvery
?recaution was taken by health officer
. A. Hardy to prevent infection, and
so far no other case has developed.
SNOW AND RAIN ASSURE
GOOD GRASS IN ARIZONA
Miller Canyon, Ariz Feb. 27. A !
snow fall of five Inches was followed
by a rain fall this mornina of one and
i one half inches and it is now snowing
again. very neavy snow has lallen
farther up the Huachucas than at this
point. There will be an immense
growth of underbrush and grasses in
the Garces forest and the fruit farms i
in the canyons and along the foot hills
will be in better shape than for yeara
The dry farmers along the foot hills
will be able to make a complete first
crop unless a late frost gets their
Rain at Lewis Spring.
Lewis Springs, Ariz., Feb. 26. The
heavy rains which have covered the
ranges in the San Pedro Valley have
put the ground in such shape that there
is no doubt but what the grass will
make and carry the stock over until
th erainy season sets in.
MOHAIR COMMITTEE IS
WORKING ON THE TANGLE
Silver City, N. M. Feb. . The exe
cutive committee of the National Mo
hair Growers' association was in session,
tjit did not accomplish much towards
settling the differences over the office
Two inches of srfow fell here Saturday
night, and cold anH cloudy weather has
Breveuted the committee visiting Fort
ayard and other points of interest. The
committee, as guests of the ehamher of
commerce, enjoyed a luncheon at Sena
GIRLS BEAT WAY ON TRAIN.
Salt Lake Citv. Utah, Feb. 27. After
"beating" their way to this city from
PocatellOt Idaho. Mildred Fretenstine
and Bernice Simpson, both of whom are
short of 10 years old, proceeded to en-
'i themselves at the jewelry counter
of a local department 9tore. They were
caught in the act and turned over to the
At Fountains & Elsewhere
The Original and Genuine
The Feaal-driAk far AH Ages.
At restaurants, hotels, and fountabs.
Dekoous, invigorating and sustakikig.
Keep it on your sideboard at home.
Don't travel without it.
A qaick lunch prepared in a minute.
Take no imitation. Jnstsay'TiORLICK'S."
Not BS3 Mn WSfc Trust
The First National Bank
EL PASO, TEXAS.
Capital - .$800,000.00
Surplus -...-.. 200,000.00
J06HAMyUGA' McaHI! Vice President.
W. L. TOOIJBY. Vice President
J. X. WYATT. Vice President
, H. M. HUBD. Vie President
J. F. PRIMM, Vice President
, SDGAR W. KAiTSER. Cashier
WALTER M. BUTLER. Asst, CasWer
GLEN T. MOORE. Asat. Cashier
rHIS bank transacts a general banking business;
accepts commercial and checking accounts; pays
interest on time deposits and savings; rents safe de
posit boxes and invites the accounts of individuals,
firms and corporations, and issues letters of credit and
S. C AWBRBY
J. G. McNARY
J. H. NATIONS
a M. NEWMAN
D. B. GrLLXES
J. F PRIMM
J. B. DALB
J. O. CROCKETT
J. M. GOGGIN
J. M WYATT
J. J. MTJNDY
C, & PICKRELL
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1831.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AHD PROFITS, $200,000.
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
C R, MOREHEAD, PresiaeBC. C. H. BASSETT, Vice Presidest.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier.
L. J. GILCHRIST. Asst Cashier.
" You Wait to Know the
One." Benjamin rrankim.
There Is no need to borrow if you. start to save.
Save and have, saya one household word; save and thrive, says
another, save money and succeed, says still another, aad so on,
ringing endless changes on the one theme
SAVE! SAVE! SAVE!
We Pay 4 Interest. Compounded Twice a Year.
EL PASO BANK & TRUST CO.
CULLOM RKTIRBS ON MARCH 4
AFTER 30 YEARS IN SENATE.
Washington. D. a. Feb. 37. Shelby
M. Cullom. of Illinois, ranking mem
ber of the senate and chairman of the
foreign relations committee, who 'will
retire March 4 after 3 years continu
ous service, the third longest record
of any senator since the foundation of
the government, was given a Unique
testimonial by members of his commit
tee at Its final meeting.
Senator Bacon, senior Democratic
member of the committee, started a
movement to have the committee pro
vide a portrait of the retiring memoer.
Let Me Send You
A Treatment of My
Catarrh Cure Tree
C E. GArss
I Will Take Any Case of Catarrh. 7o
Matter How Chronic, or What Stage
It I In. and Prove ENTIRELY
AT MY OWN EXPENSE,
That it Can Be Cared.
Curing Catarrh has been my business
for years, and during this time over
from all over the land for treatment
aad advice My method ie erigJaaA a
cure the disease by first curing the
cause. Thus my combined treatment
cures where all else f ails. I can demon
strate to you in just a few days time
that my method to quick, sure and com
plete, because it rids the system of the
poisonous germs that cause catarrh.
Send your name and address at once to
C. a Gauss, and he wttl send you the
treatment referred to. Fill out the
CURE sent free by mail Wg1?;
in name and address P,!g2 M2ff
below, and mail to C. Jt GAUSS. M
Main SU Marshall. Xich.
1, o mc the "K"'" -.
DRllWTlOVS Bl SINES COLLEGE
R. F. DaI, Manager. 1 hone 1-1S4.
GI.cs yenr Boy n start.
Phone 1 147. J. P. Mulhn. Pras.
J. S. RAYNOLDS
H. B. STBVHNS
W. L. TOOLEY
Z. T. WHITE
J. W. ZOLLARS
H. J. DONATJ
B. W. KAYSBR
Value of a Dollar Trj to Borrow
IF you can teach the. yomgslers Is
be thrifty otf have accomplished
quite a hi. We suggest that you
gel the children one of oar home
setfmgs banks and lay-a good foun
dation for their future. Qne dol
lar gets the bank. This a refunded
&hen hank is returned.
We Pay 4 Per Cent Inter
est On Savings Accounts'
Bank 8: Trust Co;
Just Belov Post Ogice
Corpus Cbristi, Texas.
Open all tne year. American plan.
Rates $3.50 per day and up. Special
rales by the week or mofitn. Steam
heat in every room. Modern, elegant
and fire proof. Bathing the year
! round. Finest beach on Gulf Coast.
Hunting and fishing, also golfing. Ideal
Geo. E. Korst, Manager.
Co to Europe by the North-German
SS "Breshui" March 5
SS CeeI- April 5
SS "Wittekiad" May 3
SS'TCoeln" Mav 24
SSCaseer June 14
SS "Breslau" Julv 5
SS "Koem" July 26
Large comfortable steamers.
FARES: Cabin, $67.50 and $80.00
Apply to Local Agents, or te
ALFRED HOLT, General Agent,
tf dafore you are filled
nlth Mercury aad
Dross, see Dr. the
nek. the botanist
specialist, who cu-es
the following dis
eases without the
aid of mineral 5 or
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