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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
"May I have one turn, MIm Langley
questioned Edgar Ardcn, accompany.
iug ti e petition with an eloquent glnncu
of uia dark brown eyes as tie Htood be
fore one of the aeasoL's beauties.
"I do not dance during lent,' she re
plied. "It surprised me so much to
find it was a dancing party to which
Mrs. Chamnneys had invited us."
"Indeed! ' tlio young man exclaimed,
striving to conceal his aurprfoe at the
unlooked-for check, and turning his
Lewi Just in time to see Evelyn J!lu
float pn-st him iu tho iu:izes of the
Pretty little Krelyn! He Lad left Iter
a mere child two years ago, when lie
tiad started off on a wandering tour,
and now had returned to find the bud
bad blossomed into flower. Her child
ish promise of beauty bad been more
than redeemed, and every fleeting ex
pression ou the sweet young face
fdiowed how thoroughly she enjoyed
the pleasure of the hour.
ith something of a sigh, and real
izing to the full his thirty old years,
Kdgar Anion sunk into a chair by Miss
Two years before, when he had
started oft' on an indefinite tour, he
bad been impelled to it by a Bttnso of
smart of injury. He had given bis
heart to au animated p'w?ca of marble
he bad supposed possessed of a soul.
She had discovered her mistake for
, bin) just in time, and in a moment of
cynical bitterness Iih bad rated all
women at hr standard, and turned his
back upon tho sex. A very handsome
back it was, by-the-way, but the sex,
notwithstanding, resented the action on
liis part not sufliciently, however, but
that they were ready to welcome him
buck witli smiles among the ill, and to
like him all the better for his tempora
ry and self-imposed exile.
Ho had returned acknowledging bis
first impulse a mistake, but weary of
the world and worldliness.
"I would tind a wife in tho world
tut not of the world " he had said; and
this remark had drifted to Olive Lang
Therefore, spite of the fact that her
feet kept busy time to the music's
swell, she hold them religiously con
cealed beneath her skirts, and strove
to cast u disapproving glauce in the
"I never remember hearing you give
such ua efi.uso in bygone years, Miss
Langley,'' he continued with a smile.
"Perhaps riot," she answered; "but
I have learned that there are higher
pleasures than these society offers, ami
that self-denial leaves behind a sweeter
flavor than solf-indulgeaec. I often
wouder at my old self, Mr. Arden. I
trust you do not condemn the new?"
"On the contrary," he earnestly
answered, "you quite put me to shame.
Will you wrap me for a 'iltle while
within the cloak of your abnegation,
and let me sit here with you to talk
over old times?"
Her answer was a smile; but the
waltz ceased, ami another and another
followed, and still ho had not stirred
Years before, he and Miss Langley
had been, friends, but ha Imd looked
unon her as tho most Worldlv of her
sex. Now, liow delicately slio showed
a side of her character he had never
seen before! how sweet, how unselfish!
how womanly she had grown!
He almost fancied the enigma solved
which had so long perplexed him,
when ho glanced up, to find Evelyn
Leslie's great brown eyes lixed ba'lf
reeognizedly on his faco.
A sudden impulse led him to her.
Tim child's cheek was flushed with ex
ercise; the lovely eyes danced ami
sparkled; the delicate roso-bud mouth
was half-pa' ted.
"Don't you know me little Kvolyn?"
So he had once culled his little play
mate. "Is it really you!" 6he exclaimed, a
glad, sweet smile of welcomo irradiat
ing tho lovely face. "I thought I could
not be mistaken; but you have icen
here all the evening, and you've not
asked me to dance once. '
"It is Lent, you remember."
"A second Daniel come to judgment.!
Have you returned only to rebuke us
for our worldliness? i am very, very
worldly, and you can find no better
subject to begin upon."
"We will postpone it until after our
first waltz," he answered, with a smile.
"It is U be next P"
She held up her card that he might
see. Not a place was left vacant
Edgar Arden was indignant with
himself for t lie sharp regret he felt at
the sight, something of which showed
ilxelf in his face.
"Never mind," she said, soothii gly.
"Here is 6no I will steal for you. It'is
with my cousin. I can make hirr. givo
it up ouly don't forget to come and
claim mo, unless your newly-awakened
conscieoco again pricks you."
And, with a little, mocking laugh,
she was borne off in triumph by tho
Eartner who had come in search of
It was morning, though the world
was still wrapped Jn darkness and in
sleep, when Edgar Arden returned to
his rooms; but sleep refused to come to
Two faces flitted before his memory
one beautiful with tho beauty of
womanhood, and one with tho trans
parent grace of childhood; one weary
of tho round of fashionable life, striv
ing fir something nobler, higher, and
better, and putting it all in such prettily-turned
phrases, as though giving
bitn a peep within her inner fifo vouch-
butterfly, flying from flower to flower,
and drinking in from each calyx its
And yet how glad the child had been
to see him! how lightly she had floated
: about the room, while his arm support
ed her! how sweet had been her breath
upon his cheek. Hut, pshaw! sho was
tut ft child A gulf of more than a
dozen years lay between thcra. It was
to the other he roust look for what ho
ought in a wife; and, with this con
clusion, he fell asleep.
"It had been a wise one," be said to
himself, sonio three weeks later, as he
wended his way to Olive Langloy's
He was quite sure of his welcome.
He bad eeu her constantly during this
timo, and the had renewed their foot
ing of good comradeship, with some
thing a littlo warmer stealing la to givo
it a now and subtlo charm.
Once or twlco only he Jhad seon Eve
l)n. He had fancied, too, she soemed
little hurt at his neglect. By-and-by,
when ho was a married man, he would
make up for it; and, hy-tho-way, ho
must send Olive some flowers.
Stopping at the florist's he met a
littlo figure hurrying out. She blushed
vividly on seeing him.
"Evelyn!" he exclaimed. "What are
vou doing here? Andwhoro are your
"I was sending a few to a friend,"
she replied; and was gone.
Entering tho shop, he found the man
filling a largo box with the choicest
You know th? young lady, sir?" he
said. "Then will "you return her hand
kerchief? She dropped it, I see. But
she will be in again. All through Lent
she sends three times a week, a box of
flowers like this to tho Children's Hos
pital. Or, if you can give me lnr
nnuie and address, I will send it to
'I will tako it," he answered.
And, forgetting to order Miss Lang
ley's flowers, he went out again into
Somehow, Miss Langley looked for
him in vain that night The next there
was a littlo coterie at which both were
present Crossing the room to speak
to her, he beard her say:
'This is the sixth time Evelyn Les
lie has worn that dress this sixson.
Of course she is not rich, but her father
makes hor quite a libera! allowance for
dressing, and I can't think what she
docs with her money. As for myself, 1
spend every shilling of mine, and I am
always in debt besides. Dear me! I
wish Lent were over. I ain'so tired of
Of course she was talking to a
woman, and of course she did not
dream that Edgar Arden was an unin
tentional listener. She caught sight of
him the next moment.
"Truant!" she said, "I looked for
you last night Why did you not
"I was undergoing an operation,"
ho answered "and one not altogether
so painful as I deserved. I was having
my eyes cured of a long blindness."
Ten minutes later he stood beside
Evelyn Leslie and whispered in her
"Evelyn will you come into the con
servatory with me a momeut? I have
something I want to restore to you."
Silently she took his arm; then he
drew from his pocket tho handker
chief. "You dropped it yesterday iu the
florist's. Child, for whom were the
flowers you bought?"
"Did I not tell you for a friend?'' she
answered, with a blush. "Do yon want
name and address?"
"No for I hare them both; and I
have also learned that true charity does
not lio in ostentatious renunciation of
innocent pleasures, accompanied by
criticism and condemnation of one's
neighbors, but falls, indeed, as the
gentle dew in the night, unheeded, un
heralded, unnoted, until tho sun's rays,
shining full upon it, betray its exquis
ite beauty. Evelyn, I am going to ask
you for two gifti to-night oue of them
this little piece of cambric, with its
dainty bordering, since it is yours; tho
ofher, the highest noblest gift your
self. My darling, will you bo my
Tho girl cast one quick, startlod look
into the earnest, handsome faco bend
ing over hers, and then the quick rush
of joy into her hoart leaped into her
eyes, and silently she placed her hands
"Such a strange choice" said Miss
Langley, when she heard the news
"so young and so frivolous! why do
men never say what they mean?" she
addod to herself, thinking bitterly:
In that case all my sacrifices would
not have been iu vain."
Tho next winter, when Edgar Arden
claimed his beautiful bride, Miss Lang
ley devotod herself more assiduously
than ever to society and its demands,
but from last accounts she was Miss
A liondon paper says: "Tho latest
fashionable idiocy in England is what
is known as the 'baby stare.' It is af
fected by young ladies, and consists in
opening the eye as widely as possible
without raising the brows, and slightly
turning the corners of the moutii up
ward. The necessary position of tho
mouth is obtained by many repetitions
of tho word 'mouse.1 "
When tho now roof was lining placed
upon tlio old home of President Lin
coln, at Springfield, III., a young lad
purchased tho shinglos at livo cents a
wheelbarrow load. The boy then
Imught a scroll saw, and has since that
time been employing his time in mak
ing ornaments of those old shingles.
Ho is now soiling them at from 50
cents to $1 a piece.
Oorn in Dry Seasons
There is one important item in corn-
growing which is well known to be a
fact by those- who have tried it, but
which is not so well known by thoso
who have not practiced the system,
namely; Planting a couplo of kernels
of good, sound seed in every other hill,
that is, alternate hills, twelve or fifteen
days later than the first planting; or
about the timo tho corn is no and at
the first hoeing. Tho principle of it is
that llicso late planted seeds make
fresh, vigorous stalks a littlo later, to
scatter their pollen on tho silks of the
othor stalks, which has been found very
generally to fertilize or fructify tho cars
better and tuoro fully that is often tho
caso with only tho first planting. Es
pecially is this result obtained when
there has been a drouirlit or a drv sea
son to reduce or stunt tho vigor of the
earlier planted stalks, but has affected
tho litltur planting somewhat less. Tho
writer has repeatedly seen very bene
ficial and marked results produced by
this courso, and he confidently believes
it will very generally bo to tho advan
tage of farmers to make a trial (ovou
on a small ncalo, which cannot cost
much) of this plan. We have, in past
years, fuuud tlio gains much more than
tlie ocmt doing it. Tako a few lows
in the field and inako the experiment of
p anting two kernels In alternate hills
at the time of first houlug, and then
carefully compare thu result with oth
er parU of the field.
CAIRO BULLETIN WEDMSSDAV MORNING, JULY
BOIENTIFIO AND USEFUL
It is estimated that ubout 600,W
000,000 tons of sediment are yearly car
ried to the Gulf of Mexico by tho Miss
troll has calculated that the amount
of heat conveyed from the equatorial
regions northward in tho Atlantic by
the Gulf si ream is equivalent to 77,
479.6.10,000.000,000,000 foot-pounds of
energy per day, which is equal to all
the heat received by 1,660,539 square
miles of surfaco at the equator, and
more hent than is conveyed by all the
A new swimming device has been re
cently patented by William II. Hichard
son, of Mobile, Alabama. It consists
essentially of a light frame carrying a
float and a longitudinal shaft, having
at ouo end a small screw propeller and
provided with gearing for running the
propeller. The swimmer reclinus on
the float, and, grasping one of the
hand cranks in each hand and placing
his feet on tho two foot cranks, pro
ceeds rapidly and easily, with the head
far enough above the surfaco of tho
water to bo comfortable, without extra
Dr. (lauthier, of St Paul, has treat
ed two hundred cases of diphtheria
with but two deaths. Tho treatment is
as follows: The patient is ordered
tincture of iodine in ten or twolvo drop
doses every hour, well diluted with wa
ter, so long as the fever lasts, subse
quently reducing to ten drops every
two, and finally every three hours.
Local applications are mado use of at
the same time. Tho latter should bo
made use of by the physician at least
twice a day. For internal use the de
odorized tincture is used. Bread and
Marchy articles of diet are used in
A remedy for tho objections to the
introduction of tho electric light in
doors is propo-ed by Mr. Goad iu the
shapo of a battery for tho generation
of electricity. The battery is worked
by a new combination of chemical iu
gredients not yet published, and the
current produced is transmitted direct
ly by wires to lamps. The resulting
flame is stated to be absolutely color
less and of great steadiness and per
manence. At a recent trial a 20-cell
battery was charged, and at intervals
of MO hours between each exhibition a
faultless light of nearly 200 caudles was
yielded for about a month without re
plenishing. The manufacture of a cannon which,
it is thought, will have double the range
of any now made, was begun at the
Scott foundry of tho Reading (Pa.)
Iron Works. The gun will be twenty
live leet long ami have a bore six iuen
es in diameter. Along the bore four
pockets will be located, in each of
which a charge of powder will be
placed with the view of accelerating
the speed of the ball after it leaves tho
chamber of the gun during its progress
through the Ihiio. Exerts who have
seen the drawings and given tho subject
of the manufacture of heavy ordnance
a sluily, have expressed the opinion
that the gun will throw a ball a dis
tance of ten to twelve miles, whereas
five miles is a good range for the best
cannon. The charge of powder will
be 130 pounds and tho weight of shot
Jewels Oat of Place
A newspaper man, who has been
traveling in the Calskill, writes thus oi
his observations there: "Ladies start
ing out to hunt country board went in
tight-fitting blacK grenadine silks, set
ting on the arms like an elastic stock
ing, and with diamond soltaires in their
ears as big as grains of corn, and with
kid gloves buttoned half way up to the
elbow, but exposing the plumpness of
the arm between the glove and the lae
and witti hair plastered down the fore
head, and Ei'Diich-heehxl boots like a
tom-totum under their insteps. Thus
dressed like an eel in an eelskin the
said eel hav'ng swallowed a bullfrog,
lliey thanked tiod that ladies could
glow but not perspire. And so they
proceeded into tho wild solitary moun
tains dressed exactly as upon Broad
way, even to the little gold serpenU
wound round their kid wristlets; $2,000
worth of jewelry and dressmaker doing
the errand of a blackberry picker."
Tie Eloquent Auctioneer.
The auctioneer, now deceased, who
said that tho only drawbacks to tho de
lights of an estate ho had to sell were
the noise of falling rose leaves during
tho day, and the song of tho nightin
gales at night, has a worthy successor
iu England, who advertises the sale of
a residential estate at Highgate with
"surpassingly beautiful grounds, of
which the combination of attractions
make the summer too short for their en
joyment, and rob the winter of its
dreads; a splendid home, replete with
all that art and science could devise to
render it perfect in fullilling tho re
quirements of a patrician or a peer, an
opulent citizen, or a man of letters;
ami a sumptuous suite of reception
rooms, unique in the richness of their
adornments, classic in tho perfection
of their style, and for symmetry of
proportion and harmony in design an
example to any ag-, in striking contrast
to thu anachronisms of tho day." The
man who could resist such a temptation
can boast of great st rength of mind.
It is not strango that no ono sympa
thizes with a lawyer when he is over
thrown by a witness whom hois cross
examining. So many have suffered
from lawyers1 sharp iiucstious that they
enjoy seeing ono of thorn fall. Daniel
O'Connell once received a witty reply
thnt turned the laugh against him, from
a witness whom ho was cross-examining.
It was a case of riot committed
by a mob of beggars, and the witness
for the prosecution had represented the
affair as very serious:
"Pooh, pooh!" said O'Connell, "now
just tell tho court how many there
"Indeed, I never stopped to count
them, your Honor, but thero was a
whole tribe of them."
Will vou toll us to what tribe they be
longed?" 'Indeed, your Honor, that's more
than I can do at all; but I think it musk
have been tho tribe of Dan!"
"You may go down, sir," cried
O'Connell, in a rage, while bench, bar
and spectators laughed.
A Ministerial Statement.
Rov. U. A. II irvey, D. I)., is the popular
financial secretary of Howard L'uiversify,
and is specially fitted to judge of merit and
demerit. In a recent letter trout Washing
ton to a friend be said : "I have for two
years past been acquainted with the remedy
known as Warner's Safe- Kidney aud Liver
Cure, and with its remarkable curative
efficiency in obstinate acrt so-called incura
ble cases of Bright's discaso in this city. In
some of these cases, which seemed to be in
the last stages, aud which had been given
up by prsctioners of both schools, the
speedy change wrought by this remedy
seemed but little less than miraculous. I
am convinced that lor Bright's disease in
all its stages, including the first symptoms,
which seem so slight but are so dangerous,
no remedy heretofore discovered can be
held for one moment in comparison with
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure.
Tho domes of ad 'he great Russian
churches aro plated with gold a quar
ter of an inch thick. The new Church
of the Savior, just dedicated In Mos
cow, has a coat which co.-t $15,000.01)0,
and the Isaac Cathedral in St. Peters
burg represents three times that
amount. Although these churches offer
to the starving peasantry such tine
chances to plunder they arc never
touched. The wretches fear Divino
vengeance and would starve rather
than invoke it. What short work a
l'acfic bonanza king would make of
them if he could got possession or them.
It would not bo a race so much as a
fteeplo chase f r the gold plate and the
Good Words from Druggists.
"Malt Bitters are the best 'bitters.'"
"They promote sleep and ally' nervous
ness." "Best Liver and Kidney medicine we
"They knock the 'Chills' every time."
"Consumptive people gain flesh on them."
"Malt Bitters have no rivals in (Jus town."
"Best thing for nursing mothers we have."
"We like to recommend Malt Bitters."
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hours. My wife was also cured ot a lame
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As being a certain cure for the wor ;t forms
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if I I ptrttctlon for conducting thu moat
jF I I profitable bmdneaa that any one can
fl J I Vengago In. Tho bnlne la o eany
n " to learn, and our liistrtic.iiona are
almplo and plain, thai any ono ca)
make great profit from the birt. No ot.o can fa.J
who la willing to work. omen aro a iiccef"l
a men. Hoy and glrla can cam largo lint".
Many have made nt, thu bintluc over one bundled
dollnrilp a alngUt week. Nothing like It ever
known btiforo. All who engage are aurnrlad at tho
cae and rapidity with which they are able to m k
money. You ran tin gage In thl buttiea dni Jg
your apafo time at great profit. Yondo not hayo to
Inveat capital In tt. We take all the rlk. Tboe
whonoed ready money, hould wtlro to na nt once.
All fnrnlohfd free. Addret TUCK A CO.,-i
THE MILS POWER
Humphreys' Homeopathic- Specific
I'roved from ample exirtetiee ua entire
ucH. Winnie. Prompt, fcffleleni.and
Reliable, they are tiw ouly medleint!
adapted to popular ne.
1 Frveri Connexion, Inflammation, 25
2 Win. Worm rever. Wunn Colle. .
5. Crviii J.ollr.or Tn-lhlngof Infant,
4. Illnrrhea of hlldren or Adulta, . :
6. I erv, CrlpliiK. Ilill;u t-ollo, .
. Cholera Morbu, Voiultlug, .
7. ( oiiuIik, Cold, i.roiit tdtn. .a
i. Keuralala. Toothache, aeeai'b,
e. Ileudai be. Wek luadacliei, ertlgO.A
10. lvlenU, lllllou Moinaeli, - .
tl. iiiiureaed ur 1'ainftil I'erliida, .
11. lillr um linifiiMii 1'erloiU. -
Ml i'roiin. I'oiikIi. imicnlt l:r. nililntr.
t.fc , ..II... ...filial,. ,'Wll.'lllt ,.i . ... ni.-r,. -
14. anil Ithrniii. Ft-vuliluji. krnulluu.
.... Miiriiiniiu.nl, tilicuiiiutti I liu., m
Itk. Kevrr fnd Aanr.t hill. Fever, Atne. M a
17. Pile. Illiiid ur llle-dlnK. '
IK I, ..u. ..V.... I ..I..- 'A
I, t Hinrrn, nc-uie or eiirouie: innueiiu,
It. booioim on all, viniHiit (oii,'h, '
U. ;ein-rnl llebllliy. I'hya'l Vt'eckiie. .'
17. Kidney lllic.,-. Hi
H. ervom llelolUv , Spennatorrhea, l.t
I I riiiarvveaknea.WttliiVt,e Ud. Jl
SI lliaeii.e id the Heart. 'i,liunllc,n, I.IK-
Fnralw bydrUKglU,raeDt by the Cae
orlii((le Vial, free of eharve, on reeeltii of
price, henil for lr. Huiuiihrey' Hook on
Itlaraae, Ar., "Hl'WO, a.Mi llluatrated
t alaloaoe, MIKE.
A'Mr.'M, lliitnphrev' lloinriipalhle
Med. Co., 10 l-ulluu tst.. Aew York.
Sr. S. SUs1)59 ' Z sternal Pilo Scncdy
(;ire In srant relief andiaaolnfalllMe
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES.
Pud b y PrncirK "very- here. I'rle, f ! .0 1 per box
pr'naeby mail. Hanipl- a"nt Jtf lo J'bytlrlaii
and llur7er-ra,by P. S'enstiiedtr ( o.KotrdS.
I'urkCIl. boloniauUlMtureraoI "Anakuu."
tn purf.-ttv pnr. ProoAnntv d t h l-nl ey the htuh
ei utd'c.) n'tihofiti,.. in tne tbvu mf;hr
awnr'liU I'i Wurl'i' Fir-i"'i". "n't t I'm l7-.
buldnyltulu. W B ICUicrrCLlliaC0.il 1
Imine Perioni Rftr"d!
for at Hbi Nra Ilim. ijnly tr
IxntxiBi t If tan a utieil. S" rU afu
trtttlat tur. TreadM aiul H trial tKdtlefrevt
Vileat.irnU.IAer iriiiHepMvce. hfntf natiio,
P. ri. 'id rttn aJ.!n- to Iia. KI.INK.Kif
Arrb St. I'Uluwelhla, i v liaortniciialiUuMult,
MOtTACHf AND WHtJItRS.
I W mt Wtttmm. M ad lf !'. kA
Xfif, wit lfi.t MMI aifWt, r (pufc
jmtd, 9W-.I t lfl.alaav - kaa. r-fcMr
31tIAHONH "V1IV Till:
CELLULOID Eye Glasses
AUK Till-: liKWT.
Be-i'i-e they are the LIGHTEST, HANDSOMEST,
AND STRONGEST known. Sold by Optician cd
Jewelra. Made by SFETTCEU OITICAL CO., N.Y.
W WTV IHAD,u,,;IlilJ''I,t '0"" ",n ,n
i il A ii It i every country lowi., to take a
permanent local aveuty for the fale of i ur tet,
coffeca, cW'.Jn package, to eonuiiier. Tin agen
cy reouire nu peddling aud but a moderate amount
of ioiii'ttlug. aud If properly managed wisl pay
Iroi , f'' to $1.imi per ear. Particular free.
rEori.Ks Tra t 't . '. o. Ilox KWi, m. Louia, .M-
Al AOIUAItl APUIUT All REFIISftAIT.
Thl wfll-knowo frparation U hirhlr rrenmmradaj
for nyappaUk, IlMdarbn, Klefcnroa mf tb
NIoiauM-b. and nil complain!, an.'nc licm ArldUy,
Blllaaanm, and Mavlnrlal lven. li l
tt blood aud rr';lata lt, b.,.l. it i a favrita
medicio for cb.ldrre. lTf.jr.l hr A. htxijctw
ON8, chemiaU, 2sl blreekvr tjir.n, tie York,
iuperisr taHintral Water, Beidlit PnHra,et
rOtt tAAX BT ALL BUI WilST.
CANCER INSTITUTE JXS JftoS
M l'-ntitle tn atmeut and
JJ f inimeiu practice, tand
5? aud I ackno wledued
'"t" authority ou Cauor and
rii kindred. ihcnidi:v
ri tra'jrvlinarycur by hi
t'reat Cktmiral Cnnr.tr
Ca Anti'lit'i are recoribxL
a A'o lif, cuniOVj, .an of
I r"omreil In iwruxvinar tba
5!l,ir-it ef t ann-r or
ft' 'a Tumor. Forirtictilar.
.Oltend for frw trentise or
TIIKI'ItOMOTElt AM) I'KHKECTOK OP AS
SIMII.ATIDN. THE KEKOKM Kit ANH VITAL1ZEHOK
TI1K III.UKH. .
THE TKODl f Kit AM) INVKIOKATOU OK
THE lil'ILDKH AM) tt mjllTEH Of
I compound of Irgredlcmta Identlra) with thane
which conatltutttlluullhv Hlond, Muacieand Nerve,
Bii llirulu Hubatanco, whllat Lll'o Itaelf li directly
deiKiidant uponaome of them.
liy ncrtt(ngNerviuaand Muactilar Vigor, It will
cute l)ypt-;lii, feublo or Interrupted action of the
Heart and 1'alpltation, W'enkncaa of Intellect
rauaed by grief worrv, overtaxed or irregular habits
Ilronchllia, Congeatlon of the Lung.
Hcure Aathtna, 'Netirnlgia, WhiHipIng Cough,
Nervotine, and la a moat wonderful adjunct tn
othor remedies Iu auatalnlug life during thu proceia
The oxpenilltnre of brain power ton early or too
severely In children often reatilla In physical de
blltty; thu uu of Kellow llypophoaphitua exerts
a elngillarly happy cited In such case.
Do uot be doculvud by Mmmilea hearing a similar ,
name; no other preparntlou Is aaubstltuta for this
nnder any circumstances.
FOA BALK ilY ALL pRUOUiUT. '
Com joou lffS