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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1383.
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BY EDWIN' ARNOLD.
Not In tbe swaying of thn Kummor tree,
Wbun evening breeze ling tbolr vcspei
Not thi minstrel's mighty eyrnphonlt ,
Nor rlpplea breaking on IIih river's brim,
In earth a boat nmlc; ihcae way loavo awhile
High thoughts In happy hearts, and carklng
Bu' even an tho awullow'a silken wlnga.
Skimming tho witter ot tho i-leeiiiiig lako,
Bllr the atid silver with a hundred ring
So doth one found tho sleeping spirit wake
To brave tbe danger and to bear tho harm
A low and gentle voloo dear woman' chief-t'-t
An excellent thlnif It Is! and ever lout
To truth, anil love, am) ineekncaa: they who
This gift, by tho al'-gniolou Giver aont,
Ever I iv unlet atco ami smile urn known:
By kind eyo that havo wept, heart that bare
An cxoelinnt thing it Is-wheti rlrnt In gla'luana
A mother look Into her liifani's ryes
Km. lee to lt smiles, and "addons at its aadnoai
I'aiea hi its imb-ne'e. aorrowt at it criea:
It a (nod and hleep, and stnliea and Ptt'o love-
All thoo I'oniti ever blent with ono low, gontle
An excellent thing It lawbttilft! Is leaving
Leaving with gloi m and gladn--t, Joys and
Tbo n run huart falling, and the high sou
Witn sunngest thought, and w 1, uuwoiit
Then, then, a woman' low. soft armuath
Cornell like an iingel'g voire to tt-H h un how to
But a most exc-Pent thing It in In voufh.
netune toml lover hear the loved one a
That fear, but longs, to .vlnblo the truth-
How their tw hi arti ar one, and h hie
It makes wet liumati munir-nh! thi-spella
That hnnnt tbo trembling tain a bright-eyed
I he onlinarv luliaiiitant of the towns
pa.'se life in a inipb' and uniform
manner. r.efTc sunrUe he leav.-his
eutieh. pei f .i in, the nn rn iuir ablution
enjoined by his reunion and repeals hi?
eany prayer, io say Jii niortiiti jhmv-
er alter sunri-c is f.troiililen by the or
dinance's t if bis feli'-inti, and to allow
the sun t ri-e over one's slumbering
head is icinrdeil ns lireiiid.eial to
health. He t!. en drinks his run of cof
fee and smoke-, his pi, either at holm
ir in tlie public collet.' house. Hi
breakfast, which he takes after th? cob
fee, or soiin tunes before it, consists of
tho renniiM of his meal of the previous
evening, or ol cake and miik, or for
trille ho procurer from the market the
ever-ready national dish of In!, that i.
stewed beans. He then cn-ires in his
avocations, buy, sells, write, works or
moves about, all in the most comforta
ble, ijntet and deliberate manner.
"What is not done to-day must 1m- done
to-morrow," in Arabic, "to-morrow, if
(Jod pleae," Mauds written on his fore
head in lar'e Inters. There is really
nothing for which the Ivyptian me
chanics can be said to be lainou. The
things in which they used to excel are
rapidly boin forgotten, The lino ma
sonry of tl.i) older nios.ties woiihl be
thrown away on the architectural
tastes of tho present day, nnd hence tho
race of skillful masons is becoming ex
tinct. The colored ni which used lo
bo made in reat perfection for win
dowstid lamps is the product of a for
pollen art, and most of the ";Ia-s and
china used in Krypt -even the naiioiial
cotree-eups -are imported from Knrope.
The same fato has come to tlic.tnriieis
who used to make beautiful lattice window-screens;
people now prefer phis.s.
and lattices oeinjj no lonper i c.iiired,
tumors are forgt.'ltinp Ikjw to make
them. Tho potters do a fjuod trade in
unglazed porous vessels for colin;j wa
ter, and tho palm furnishes occupation
to many hands. Kyptis no longer fa
mous for lino linen; even its cotton and
woolen stufl's are coarae, ami its silk of
poor quality. The tanners, however,
nave not forgotten their cunning in cur
ing morocco leather, aud the love of
ornament, cxtondinp beyond slippers,
supports goldsmiths in all the small
A Dog With Two Tails,
William McCarthy, who lives a few
miles from Soda Springs, Colorado, re
ceived as 'a present a few days ago a
dog whoso peculiarities uro ttioro mark
ed than those of tho ordinary canine,
and which is attracting no little nttcr.
lion. The dog's tail is double, both
parts reaching to tho spinal column,
and both attached to it by some natural
movable joiut. They are entirely Tlis
connccted from each other, and there is
no power of moving both nt tho same
time, except that of shifting the base
from right to left nnd vice versa. This
does not appear to bo voluntary, but is
nnnfifiinnnil hi thn fne1inY4 of tint lion.
When tho tail on the rigitt side is in llio
Eositlon of direct continuity willi the
ack bono tho dog has no' power of
moving tho tail on the left side, or lfl
branch of tho tail, w hichever it may be,
and when tho left side tail is in tlm
eamo position thoro in no poweiof mo
tion on tho right side.
This rcmarkablo freak of nature is
heightened in its singularity by the
sympathy, if such it nmy lie culled,
which exists between tho separate di
visions of tho dog's tail and the sensa
tions which exist in the brain. The
right siilo seems to have n monopoly of
all feelings of pleasure. Whenever the
animal is pleased tho right side tail is
switched on, and w2i gnvly in expres,
sion ot happiness. Whllo in this con
dition, a harsh word from its master, or
anything else which causes him sorrow,
efleuls a most wonderful transforma
tion. Tho right tail Is shoved usido by
tho left side tail, which assumes the
commanding position nnd nl once
drops between his legs.
This old crtmturo Is of the sue and
build of tho ordinary pointer dog. but
his hair U longer. Ho Is while, with
hrge, black spots.
Tbo Apple Tw Bornr.
Wliou ticrniiti"1 to lnivi iu own unv
this U a vtiry iltMtrurlivn i-miny tn Hid
younj; ttpplo ort'lmrd, lntt run he in-is-
vontuil from uolnir any injury by a very
little lubor, if it lm proicrIy ilintcloil
and iKiiiornieit ut the rlit uim. lliomi
who Imvo kupt the trunks of tlioir trues
protected during tho Suiumor with u
mound of courso sand or a oovtirinj of
paper should not ncglnct to ri;niov tho
protection beforu :nid weather nets in,
and carefully examine tin-tree to make
sure that no tvormi havu Imtelicil out.
If tho trMc had hi en oxaniiiiod in Sep
tember, as they should havo lieen, wlntt
ever worms thtit iittd been able to avoid
tho protection would have been very
small, not nnieh mora than one-fourth
of an inch in leu;ih, and so near the
surface of tho bark, tint, bv scraninir
with a knifo, lias lodino; place could
have readilv have been discovered, nnd
the worm lii'Mroud; but if the work of
examination has been delayed until the
last of October tho worm will have in
creased very much in size and have eat
en his way down from fmir to six inches
from where the i'rr was hatched: in
the worm jiroceeds downwards he will
penetrate the bat!; n aier to the wood,
so that be the ljt of November he may
be found between the inner bark it ml
the wood of the tree. A worm that has
advance to this rttrrel.ai cati-.cd a per
manent injury lo the tree. by making a
defect which furnishes one of the best
places for (lepo-iiinjr the 'jr.'H fur an
other enefj.iiuii. Ttie miihr rarely
ccr,d"-pnMi, an e i.n a smooth Mir
facr, litil :iliii(it invariably selects .some
dellcctioti, and if a mound so much the
better. In i;ch p!ai:es the v.fg atejro
tccted befiire they hatch, and the little
worms, when hatched, liud a nioWt
place to start life in. '1 hi i- import.ipt,
for if tliev sl.uiil.l i:ile) mil on a hard,
smooth siirfti'-f I he;, w.m'd lind it verv
dillietilt lo e:il t':ir lir-i breakfast,
esp. eially it !!. liotiM chance to cent
mence lite (tin :n.i h weather. One of
'.he n t-. of i-.i eping borers from an
orchard i, lo ki cp tin; Miii:k of l!ie tree
protceled m . : 1 1 May, .llllie, Jlliy and
Augu-l tip to a point wiiere the trunk of
t!ie tree is Mnixitli, but no protection
should be b;!K telie-l on. The trees
should be e:i rein !!, lAainined trtieea
year tir-t in May.- when protection
shou'il he placed ai'o'ivl the tree, and
in ti.e ant umn. wncn t'.e oi.. , ; 1 1 . u i-
rt'IU"ed. ?'.- -!'"' ''. ';,!;.
A girl walked itito tin elevaN'd rail
road traiti la'-t ni.'lil Pt alxait six
o'clock, u hiie I was U'lin up town.
a; a writ' r in ti e Urooklyu A'",7',
and weiit from une end of the car to
the other glancing idiarply at the faces
of the men who monopolized all the
seats. She w.t-, evidently a factory or
shop girl, and looked wrary. She had
a clear cut and no-tile f ee and was
dressed pre'tilv. Ti.e men stared at
her as nhe walked down the car and
watched hi r covertly when sliu turned
around and t.".rtt d back. She stopped
in front of an ciderly man with rather
a good-natured face and said to him
clearly and with quiet lirmness:
'That teat was intended for a wom
an, (iive it to mi',''
He looked into her clear, if somewhat
tired, eves and said as he moved slight
T don't see -er -how vou "
"(iive me that seat," the girl said
ouietlv. and he ros and irave it to her
with some i'ibarras.ment. Shn sat
down and bejran to read a book she? car
ried with her lunch basket, and paid
not the smallest attention to anyone in
the car. The little incident created tint
greatest sensation imaginable, and men
talked of it to each oilier so long that a
woman with a baby stood awkwardly
holding on liy the strap fop some time
and no one ollered her a .-eat. Then
Hie girl with tbe clear cut nnd resolute
face called her and compelled the wom
an to take her seat. The men in lin
ear gawd steadfastly "lit of the win
dows and tried to look unconcerned.
I've no doubt whatever that they were
willing to L'ive tip their seats to her. I
know that I was, but sona how I felt
that I would look rather foolish if 1 did,
so I sat si ill in sellish solidity. The
girl glanced about once more, crossed
the car, touched a small man on the
shoulder and said, in the same low tone
"I'll trouble you for that seat,
"Oh, certainly, madam," cried the
little man, nervously, and sprang away.
All of which strikes' me as being decid
edly droll now. though it was quite se
rious then. It, sugg' sis au idea. Why
don't women form themselves into it
Seat-Seekin-' Protective union and car-
rv the war into every car?
How a Man FI-jw Ilia Head Oft" With Wa
ter. At lite inquest held upon the body of
Felix Kvcrarts, the tailor, the jury ren
dered a verdict, of siiieid . A theory as
to the direct agent of the suicideand one
of which meets with gem to I belief i.i that
Kvcrarts loaded the pistol which he used
with a heavy charge of powder, and up
on it poiireti in a charge of water, lite
two charges being separated by a thick
wad. To this powerful auxiliary only
can the terrible mutilation of tho sui
cide's head he ascribed, A better opin
ion of llie force of tint water can bo
formed when it is stated that the efUiro
crown of the man's skull was found lift v
feet distant from the spot w hero ho foil
nnd pieces of Ute skull wen.' never dis
covered. Besides, it was shown ou ex
amination nl. tli.i niorguo thai the dead
man's skull was more than a quarter of
nil inch thick, ll is stated that Kvcrarts
has three grown daughters on the New
A Kough Story.
A man in New Brunswick, haviug no
weapon and being attacked by a bear,
struck him with a bottle of kerosene.
w hich broke and tho contents ran down
tho nnnnal hkr tho oil on Aaron's beard.
The hear, m it. minding this at all,
sprang at him and bejau hugging him,
w hen the man, taking a match from
his pot kel, set lire lo tho bear. All but
tho head aud shuttldol'Mvcro consumed,
when, in order to save Ihu snout and
get tho homily, the man carried w ater
Li his litil ami put out (ho Haines,
- - - f
It wasDi'Ug'Kss Jerrohl who saids "A
man never si ho-i mi fully fhows his own
strength as when ho respects a woman,' i
Tlio Daily Kxporiciu'eof Every Oue
is that neglect of t'-o bowels is the priuto
cause of ill health. Tvbtiinooy ot tho late
Chiot Justice of Georgia; "I have used Sim-
mops Liver Regulator lor constipation of
my bowels cuuht-d by a temporary derange
me nt of the liver, for the Ust three or four
years, and always when used according to
tho ultectiona with oeciueil bench t. I
think it is a good medicine tor tho derange-
niCDt of tho liver, at least such has been
my peraomtl experience in the use of It.
IIiuah Wars I- k,
Chief Justice of Georgia."
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are ycu disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child gulTerlug and
crying with tho excruciating pain of cutting
teeth! If go, L'o at once and L'ct a bottle ot
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relievo the poor little surl'erer immediately
depend upon it; there is uo mistake
about it. ' There ia not a mother on earth
who has evtr used it, who will not tell you
at once thut it will regulate tho bowels,
and pivo rest to tbe mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to uto in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best ,reniale
phyficians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 23 cents a bottle.
Will you Cough wheu Saitoh's Cure will
give immediately relief. Price, 10c. 50c.
I am cured of Cutnrrh au 1 deafucsi after
giving EI)b' CreHui Ualm a thotough trial.
.My aunt was dear in one ear. Alter using
the Halm a tew tunes her hearing was re
stored, r. D. Morse, Insurance Broker,
Do Not Be Deceived.
Io these tunes of quack medicine adver-
tiaenients everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really does hs recommended.
Electric Bitters we can vou:h for as being
a true and reliable reined v, and one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
euro Stomach and Liver Complaints, IJis
eases of the Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof we speak, ond
can readily say, cive tbnu a trial. Said at
fifty rents a bottk by Hurry W. bchub. (3)
Highest Prize Port Wine.
The best wine in the country, that took
the highest premium at the Ceuteuuiul, is
Spser's Pott Crape Wine, whxh has lie
come the most cilebruted product of Now
Jersey. This wine and ids P. J. Brandy
hie now being used by physicians every
where, who rely upon them as being the
purest to be had. It is unsurpassed for
weakly females, and old people. Used by
the Fifth Avenue Society as an eviuing so
cial wine. For Sale by Paix G Schuh.
GcsTAV Schiller, of Columbia, 111., savs
'T had malaiia tor a long tiui-, aud
Brown's Iron Bitters alone effected "a
nucKien s Arnica salvp
The Best Salve '.n the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns. and all Skin Eruption-, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
feet satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents per box. For sale by Geo
To The West.
Theie Bre a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but tho direct
and reliable route is vis Saint Louis and
over tho MUs uri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, S tint Louis to Ksnsas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph aud Omaha.
Pullman Pslace Sleeping Cars of the very
ticst make are attached to hll trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia connect with express irtvins of all
At Atchison, ct nnection is made with
express tiaics for Kappas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties eurouto to the
West and Northwest, not only last time
and superior accomodation, but beautiful
sccDi'iy, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri aud Nebraska. Send for
illustrated map?, pantphlets, &c, of this
line, which will -be mailed free.
C. B. KisKAX, F. Chandler,
Ass'l Gen'l Pass. Agent. Geu'l Pass Agent.
Disease, Propensity and Pussion,
brings Mankitul numberless ailments, fore
most among them aro Nervousness, Nerv
ous Debility, and unnatural weakness of
Generative Organs; Allen's Bruin Food
successfully overcomes besn troubles and
restores tho sufferer to his former vigor.
$1. At druggists. ' 2w,
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedya positive
euro for Catarrh, Diptheriti and Canker
Farmkks and others desiring a genteel,
lucrative agency business, by which $3 to
$20 a day can bo earned, send address at
onco, on postal, to U. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
193 and 107 Fulton street, New York.
Denote nrealwmanti tttu limit
I tout for rbatico to lncraao
i .thnlrcatnlnna. and In time
' Jl,Ufr.1ti. ...... P.U... tt.n.
i.uu.'.uu TT-niMlj . ,hio nun
do nut ItuprnYb their oppiir-
tnnitica r' limln In poverty,
wa offer a groat chance to mako money. We want
manv men, woman, hoya and glrla to work lor it a
rlRhtlnihelrownlocalltlea Anyouorando tha
work properly from tbe flrat start. Tba huatueaa
will pay mere th-'n ten times ordinary wndoe. Ex
penaiveoutfli ftirulehed free. No nno who engagea
ial to make money rap'dly. Vow can duveto
your whole tlm to the work, or onlv your apa-e
momenta. Full luforumtiou and all fiat la Beaded
entfrou. Addreaa HTIN SON CO. Portland, Me.
Chill and Fever.
Hlmmooa Liver Kttgu
latnr r-onn breaka the
chille and carriea the
fever out ot the P)atun.
1) curee when all other
S ck Heatlathe.
Y t the roller wnd cuie
of thin d!iitrurini die-eat-
ue Simmoua Liv
The Regulator will nofttWjy earn thin U.rthle
diaeaat;. W'e aentri eniphotleally ht we know to
ahould cot ho regarded ua a trifling ailinei.t. Na
ture aemaniia me ininoct ri-giitartty of llie hoAela.
Therefore atilct rsturo hy taking Kiimnoii Liver
Ut-gulalor. It U liarniluna, mild and cfloctiml.
Ona or two tahU-KPoiinftile will reline all the
trouble" Incident to a lilllnua male, mich a Naurea
UizziiifAK. Urimnlin.cn, Dlmreae alter eating, a hit
tor bad tarte ill the uioiitb.
Pt'rcor.f may avoid all attaika bv occanlormllv
taking a dove of Hlmmotiri Lior Keuulutor lo keL-i
the livur In healthy ai'iintir
generally arlitiiirf frnn a dlHordered ftomnch, rat
be corrected hv taking tiiiiuuona Liver lio'.il iter.
.siinmime Liver Kegulat roon eradleati-a Fhla d!i
eaav from tne atein, leuvlng tho akin e csr and
tree in mi au impuritu a
Children aurTerica w tih colic toon ezuerleiica re
lief when rilinnotia Liver hi-gnlntor ia ailr.i lei ft-r
ed. Adn'tealao derive Kreiit beiieilt trom tht-
medtclue. It Is tiut uiit'tent-ant : it ia hntmtont
and eil-ctlvu. i'urely vy-tabln.
J i L A D D E 11 & K 1 DN E V cs
Moft of i ho diaeaKCn ot the bladder originate Innu
thore ol the kidueyg. Itc-toro the action of t tic
liver lull aud both the knlu) a aud hhiedcr will
fTake only the gi'iiti'.uo, which always hn on
Hid wrapper tho red Z trade mark and eij.'Ufturw ol
J.I1.ZEILIN C( )..
foriale bv all dratridiua.
EXILE LIFE III
By J. W. BUEIj.
Tli is aleiidlii new bowk preeu'a a thrilling
paiioriima of 1.1Tb In Humi aud Sitiena. ll fur
nlahrathe onlv fill and rcllati'e niatury of that
niynt'iilooa and wonderful ortnnlzatou known as
N blllaiu. llpitep 'he uiiwrillen hirti.ry of tbe
Riifaiiin Empire, 't tella uf mvaterio'in adi-o-ture
wi b nival uriotia pi-oDl. It deai-nhea ili a
pirate bai-d-to baud coniliala with plmol and
knivea in ct aed room between t uoltci and
Nihillcta. It patrn K.XIi.K 1.IFK IN Sir.EKIA
In vivid and atarillnu colore. It re'a'ea famous
hnutaand edrenuuea with wild aniiniU on the
frozen pialna of the Nor h. It for the tlii time
txpoaee the real bon-ora of eniefc i ce am in 5 ttie
Hiuerian convlcta. ll tieacrlbea the horrib c lnftrn
meteor tin turn eanrtiiine I and need by the Hun-
eiau (iove'iiioeut. It r lutes the I'erponai Eipe
rlence of the aulhor dur iir hie iravele It tella a-1
thBt one could wl-h to know about Huarla aud !sl
beria. It ia the moet Ihrilli k 'ccord of travel
aud adver ture ever written ; not retold atoriee, bat
Facts witneesed 1 y the author In pere in and aanc
tloned hy the United States Clove-timenl. 600
larce p'.:ei and over -J(0 flne illi!tratiiin. Prb c,
t'i 50. No book like it 011 earth. Outeella all
other hooka. AGKNTS WANT I-i'.D
Wr.to atoni e for Tictorlal Clrcnlira and full par
ttculara.or eend M eente in money or at mpe f r
Complete ("anvaeanift outfit. Ac cjulrk and eo
cure flret chuice of t-riitcry.
IIIST0E1CAL PI'BLISHIXG CO,
4IS N". Third Street, bT. LufIS, i!o.
Tlineo doalrtnc to niaka monnv
cm p ma 11 uutimeJi 1:111 iiiVeHiiuonta
In Bv.iiu. provisions end stook
iiKon our ilim. l-rotu Mhv let,
issl. toitierrobcntilate. 011 invest-
in n:s of $10 1 ) tI.ikiii. chhI) proilrs
li&ve boon realized nndti.iid to in-ve-tori
auinuntiiiK to several timei
tlio omtiiiiil iuvi Btinent. l'rotlt-i
paid tlintof nvory month, atlll leiiv-iiiu-
tlm oriin a1 investment niak-
ins; monevor ynvnliip 011 denunet.
Kxiiltiiintorv cirr-uiara nnd etiuo
nientn of fund W sent free. We
want responsibln agouti, wlio r
reif rt on eropa nod Intr vtuce the
plan. Liliorul coiumUaious paid
Major lilmk. rbieukro.Ill.
INJF.criOK, ia an-JHltlvo cure fnrnll Dlaehartrea.
Stinirintr, Bmarteiif n-.it I'aJnOil H'.'nanlioDn ui tne
Cl I ftflP" octtie. i ,i a inby iin
SLLtJf, atata. or enr. bv hiitm on
a nilor ir .-e, JOHM . J Ai'.rC Oc 0
17ft and 177 Svunne-re St
I leuHe mi uilon tlnanei'Hr.
PORT GRAPE WINE
l dknt.-x seiw
U reVsV.V- !f ii..vrw-.' U
KICK'S 'pOKT j KAPK. WlNK
FOUR YEA1W OLD.
qMIIH CELKI1UA THIl N M'IVK. WINK Is ms U
i from tin' Juto of tho Oiioito H-ape, raised in
this country. Ua InvnliiiihUi lonlr and eirrti.-'li
enliiir proportion uro unsurpassed bv anv oilier
Native Wine, lb Inn 1 hu pure Juice of tl 11 tinipe,
produced nmlnr Mr. Speer'a own putsotinl aiipervi
siou, Its put lly and - on ihihs, are Kiiurniiiei il
Th-ivoiineat cnlld mi parbik" of Its c ni-roue
qiiailliee, and tho weake-t Invalid ttae It to ad van
tiiue It la p'irtlrtilai'lr hetielb lui to ilie aii'd and
d hlUtated, and suited to llimariotia allttietits Hint
atieet Ihu weaker sex, It Is In every respect A
WINK TO PK UEl.lKll ON.
Sneer's J. Sherry.
The l'. .1. MI Kim laa wine of Sup.T'nr I'liar
actor and art-ikoa ol'tho rloh ipnil ties of ih jt apa
rrom wh.rh ll Is niadu Kor I'lirtlv, Klchnasa. Kin
voi and Medicinal rrop.irtiee, i will bo lotlild nn
Sneer's P. ,1. Brandy. "
This tl HANDY" ttanda iimlvi'ett In this (tnuntiv
holimfar auporlor for medicinal pinposea. It Is a
ptiredlstllUltnii Iro u the iirape, and roli a'Us v:i.
ualda medicinal prniertlua, It lias a delicate fla
vor, aim lar to thill of lh qrnp'-s, from which It la
distilled, and ia In irrett. fnv ir amonn flrt-clas
famlllea. Nee that the sifttitlliru of ALFUKI)
MPKS;K, Ptt'sult-, w , a,, li over the cork of eueh
Wold 13y PAUL SOUTjri
ANWBY DRtJrttST8 BYKTWHICIIK,
R0aTi.0fi3 IUS.C GO'S
MEW 90-p. BAND CATALOOCB FOd
188a SENT FREE to any ml in -na, 180 UUu.
IrultttrtM nt &II Ifinila nf DDiflll fltDUtli
SILVER and REED luatnnnenta, Inirnthai
III, full lnln,. ,lnn. tr. U..T.. Al
vision ead clnnlSritlon of inatmmenta -WHAT
and HOW to purchase; terma far
rulij or llTrpliinir, repairing, 4c. Willalao
B-iid, If dealred, our Z'uni am Orchutrc
ouiu, (vi n, inteit tv-tiiilr miule. A-lilreat
THE ROOf 4 SONS MUlC C0..CHICAG0.IUL
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our many other Fli-otro-Oa'vento and Mr.goetlo
Appilaaces nt Onrmenta are InTuluahle, act a aura
our tor Nerroua lictillitf PHralyila, ICpllepay, hbennia
tjsrn, Overworked Uraln. Eibeustlnn or Lost of Vital
Eoeritr. W'eiik ilark, Klueoy Plwaen. I. una. Lifer and
Stomach ConvUlnn, ard era adapied to IlTHia
III. I'tww iirpllancea are tba very latest Improved
and entirely dirTnn-Dt from belta end all oinera, aa the
poaltlv.iljr generHte continuous currents without acids,
causing no lore n.-r Irritation of the akin can be
worn at won nt wall rait, and a. a oult ootlcaable to
the weitrer. Tbe iwr Is reBulsioil ao as to meat tba
dlSerant tth nf ail dnrscs wt.era Electrlo and
Maguetlo trentment is of bereft'. 1 h .mi tnr
Cure Impotckcy, Se miiiai Weaknfss, Lost Mcood, tt
They Cura when all else f .! a. Our ITilairated
Pamphlet sen in tq,-,M c:jtIi.9 on uoeipt ol 6cQt4
noataga,oraiHiurelr .;,. I, In i.
Howard F.lactro Mai;n:itlc In- !n, 11 er i alr by mall.
AMERICAN CALVAIO CO.,
312 N. O'.h Ct.. 6t. Louis, Mo,
A N aim i. tenpieti' 11 -1 o 1 . fror.tiin; "it l.-v-Mirond
and liatlroa-t Mreeie,
. Cairo. Illinois.
Th t'aev-.uper 1). put ol
an'" .tew (lilt-ana: llliuo!
'he (.'hit e::o, M . I.onie
t eMial ; U iienpti, s
Louis and 1'nt'ltic; lion Mountain and N'milium,
Molitbi and Ohio; Cain ami St. l.ouia lUilwayt
are all Just at-roea the street ; while llie SteinntK.iit
Landing is 1 u t one aiiuare dlstaiil.
This lletel is heated by eictun, has etemr.
Laundry, Hydraulic Klevator, Eleitrle C-ll l'.-lls
Automatic Fire-AlaruiB, Ha'he. absolutely pure ur
perfect sewerage and umiplcte tippoir.tinmi'e
Superb 1'urninhlnna; perfect aervice; and nn ut.
A week made at h tne by ha Indua
trloua. licet nus net now bef. re ihu
ub.ii . t'apital uut needed. We
will start ynu Men, wmueu, boya
and girls wanted evrrywho e to work
for us Now i- the time. You can
work In apr e time, or give tour wtmle time to the
bus nene. No other bu-inei-s will av you nearly
as well No ot eean fail to make eno'inou pay,
by euirnijeliig at oticw. Coa.lv oil' fit and frma free
Vmev mud'. i'at. I'iml I v. and hon.'ruhly. Addrej
TUL'K i.e., Auu'ii.-itii.ttm-n.-
617 St. Charles Stroet, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A l-ejnlar Ornd iintei of two medical
Colleges has been lunger engnged In the treat
ment of C'hrontf,, Nervoun, e-lun and
llloo.l I)lenea lhn any other plivalelan In
bl, IxjiiIs. aa city puper ilu-w and all old reiU
denta know. C onulinlloit oiHeeor fcy mall,
free and Invited, A fi leinllv talk ur his opinion
cons nothing, Whon ll Ikliit-'inveiileiit to visit
the cltv .or treatment, luedlrlues rati be aent
by mail or cxpreas fcvervw here. Curable ca-ea
guaraiiteeil ; where doubt el-tt 11 Is frankly
italed. CaUoi Write.
Nttous Proitration, Debility, Montd and
rhy8icil Y"tiiiknos, M.-rcurial an(lohrr
ajrectionofThroat, Sltla and Bones, Blood
ImpuWtiosBDtl Blood PoiBoning. Skin Affn
tions, Old Sores a"d Ulcora, Imprdimants to
Marriaen Phsumati.im, Tile. Special
attention to emu from ovcr-woi-ked brain.
SUPGICAIi CASES rocsivo epooial attontion.
Disews wising from Itnr i-udtincea, ExaoasoSj
Indulgen?3S or Exposure..
It la self.ex .eiit that a physician paying
pui'tlciilur atti utlnn lo a ela iifcuse aititliis
great skill, ami plivsirlaua In regular practice
all over llie country knowing this, frcniinutly
reeninnieiii rtsra in the oil".t -dice In Ane'l'lea
where every known appliance I resorted to.
and the prnvftl (til i,-nieitl,.rf of all
aires and cniinlrloa me ni.nl. A whole bouse la
lied lor nlllc pliri'nsi's, fa i i.l nil lire ti eati.'il with
skill In a respectful tnaiiuer: and. know lug
whitt to do. no eNperlni'-nl i ni t-iiiuOe. (uinr
count of the meat iniinWr applvlng, the
chHixn are kept low. ol'teii br.vi-r than In
iletiiaiiilid by tit Itt'i a If vim Hitiie the skl'l
and ft aspei-'ly and peii'iet lit.' cme, thill la
the liiipi'i iaiil neuter. i iiinphlet, M pages
aeilt lo uuy adili-eia free.
piHWs. J MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pa&.
klesnnt cloth nnd filt t'li. illiu Scaled for W
cetila In pnaingi' nr iiiri"iuy I tier lllty wnn
i'itIiiI pen pli'turea, I He to llie itrtiileMin the
follow Injf enbi t'te. bo mai iiiiil i v, wlm not;
liv I rope i- aue loniui i i . lie nutrry fli-et.
ilaehmi'l, WoiiiHiili I. I'lit -lent ilri'tiv. Mb"
ill. in Id luaiYV. Hon llie iiii'l ii.iipliiektiii.iv bo
aicrea.eil. Thine muirii l m- eiiiii'iiiiilstliia
raii-I'villg abonld Hint It. II onulit to lie rend
nr nil adult per . in, tbt 't Li ot innler Im-k nud
kev, 1'iiptilnr r. Ill Inn. uimi ms til,ote, but paper
isn rr and in' pioc", '-'i cut t.y m ill, In mimcy
f: i- vta- I . . - ;-N
gmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnnn i, nw voilt clll't it i iiiav
rfiVT ii7i'n ui'i'iit u tjt iiiu nni nn
i t ..... ImimIu Dri nut
liillU itUi'" iiiiiHMi rm m sr axiir 1 A fc W IXk UUW BU1I vwt'i4iH'
Lop diaoolor tba Skin, or leave- rllsagreculilo effects of any kind. It
ha no KottAf. for tint Curof Rhnamritism. Surrttna. Bmlafta.
StlflfJolut-, NBUraUalat, Luu
a. rra.--a rt-i--1 ..
land Ta eniialrvemoncloiiainr all
requiring a poworlul dUtuslvo sthnutaiit,
Ask your Druaalst (or It. Prloe SO
ll'rcparcd only by JA0Q3 1.
Ask y ur ml kraa to
d llvir ynnr milk In tha
W nitKN MILK JARS.
If tho milk la pure tb
creaui cuu ha aeon la
evtry jar. If no c nim
la ei rri, it Is not aa It
eh'iu d be aid oeeda our
a lHht,,i Tho milk la
rlcmiur. awet tur and pu-
r li Mik Jir ihan tttr
other way. They i-ru used
In sll thelnriecltiea, and
ar i aili pu d to all clllei
and prices on snnlieatioa
I J iliuray (? t , Nw York.
and t wne i in ii ars
to V. H. WHITF.MN'
rj'l) AliVEItTIHf I!S.Li.et, Kates loradirtli
- inu' In !'S 1 ?iod nepaiiers '-nt tree. Addreaa
GF.o. 1'. ItOWKLLJt Ct , ID Spitli'ii St., N. Y.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS fi,S
Blood, and will eoreplulelr chariro the blood in the en
.treTtmln threemontna. Any peron who will ta k
1 pill eacli nla-ht from 1 to IV weeks mar be renrd
to sound health. If eueh a thiim b p".ilio. 8uld ev
ervwhere, or nt bf mail fnr IS letter ersnipa, 1. 8.
Jobnuon A Co., Boitun, Hum., foruisr) Lauor, 11 -
curt ot acrof'.;, i'iu. (;, boll, i
Bar Eei, Wtrciuial ninnwi, 1
Appttltc, Frmtte Cofni-iti,
dlKtm. It ndjfr All
couatrt iYrr keH.-i tel It,
NO USE FOR THEM.
Coneerniiis: Certain Relies of the Past
Do that have had thoir Uay.
Ueorga Stephsr.aon'a "Iiocket," and tba matil
ilcent locomotives of to-day, are built npon tba
eanie gem ml prluclple, yet the machine with
which the uroftt ii.uiH' or ai-touiahed his ago, Is In
teriattng now on y ai au Kl-Mriitlnn of the hiii
nitiK of the Invention. Thau weru dealer with
hok-s In them long be.i.ru DKN'SON'S CAPC1NE
l'DROUS FLASIKK surprised both the public,
ami the physician : i d t ic lilu iu h of tho Cnp
clne la f.iinitied npou the rartlnl succt-f sea, or tbe
u'.b-r failures of Its prcdrrr-eaaora. livcrythlrg of
value in the old porous piaster ia retained in the
Cap. due; but aa th a point ad tmnparslon ends,
and contrast begins. Krr example:
The old plaatera were alnw In tlieir tiction; tho
Cap.-ine ia nulik and m;o.
The old plnstera la-kert the vower to do more
than to Impart alil.t, temporary telb f lu cases
cay of trtatniei.t; the tiiprlnu p netratca thu
systtm and permanouily cire thu trouhlea for
which it Is r.-commeuded.
The old p'l.-t- rs depent'.-d for an) .od rcenlta
they minhl attnlii up n an Incident of tl.elr makera
and the u'tl-.ud f ilth of their wearer; the Bonaon'a
trachea It nnd by meant of the rcien'.IAc combi
nation of t,e rare mdlelnal Intrredlinte wlilch It
In brief, the old p'nt..-rs, li!;c N'cphensnn's dla
carded enclno, are iltthtd efT ho track, while
the Bentioii'e io- a on ita wav winQing golden opin
lenH from ill a.irta of people.
Vet liithiM very fuel II ? the lealtng dongur to
the pc.op'a who buy uud iic this reliable and aci
eutulc remedy, "ll-pocrt'y ib the trlbuto vice
pay to virtu?." liul ntion Is the concese'ton fail
ure makes t siien-s', Ueimnn's I'lastera aro pa
rodied In name liud style.
lU-ware of twinille. The yentilnd havo tho word
I'ATt'iNK ( itTln the center. Price 25 cent.
rinbiiry & .Inhnmn. CbemUta, New Yirk.
1 .-.evo a '..l-.tvo renn-.K f..r tli abov ul"n; by Ita
thiiii.aiuta nf cnam of tha werai kind ami nf long
nsndliig have beaat t-tirej. Indm.ii, an -trontr I tnr laltti
.11 Ita olIWv, Hint I will .end I'M ll HOI I I, IN Fit (:E. to
ptlii'r wllh ta VAI.l'Altl.B THI-AI l .'Ken thll di.na.o, O
u suftcrer. ( I v a xin- nnd 1". u. iiij.ir.- a.
Pit. T. A. 8LOCl.il, UI fuoti at., Saw York.
arwa-WTv. att.n:.iu-l. ww
FAnjJEIi'S bOVS A" D DAUGHTERS
Or any Acilve Miin ol Woman
CAN M A K ffin moxtk
lu Cash, working f rthn American I-"'ir ner.
Address K A. K. HACK TT, Kt Wayti", Ind.
for nil Union tsoldlera IMPDCICC
distillled in llneot ilutv. 1 1? LllLHOL
f pension. Laws hnt"DC i "y and
nno Liberal. HIIIILHIIO nnuuty to
-nl,ma.diltei-areivirted on rollSBB (lehl'rtera
Discharges at once. Send two li
ce-1 Mumos to STOPOART. A CO..
413 li btrcot N. tt , tVaslHiittou, v. Vt
Iiltiontcd and rrneUcal TOivr notr aaeent to our
multo "'l lint thn lurlbrr North M-etU uro
rota-n tlioettrllrr thi-lr proilnet avill be."
eoirer tula year a full line of buuitliir.l Vint.'.
trueUmanw, grown on dryui'lnu I; Ht'oicli ryle amt
Sllue Blum Wheat iWhltoRuiBinnOiita: KumnCals
nige.aatdtc hoona week earlier t'inn Fariy York i our
north KntT Yellow Pent lun still t-ikentlie lend, and
er fodder la equal to any: of euleii sis d, tomatoes,
csrrola, lan, Ac , e , a full lmesiulhrKoerop. all
sll growth en our own farm. Wild Jib e for duck
pond always on h.niit I i bprinif or Kail nwlntr.
ftJi Animal Calal vim. fr, T. M. ,11 tft'Al.P,
troHt-r,luiiiorierA Jobber. tst.i'KiiL.ltiua.
fWffM? .if?kl I-'ntllna I.omlno rbjtsr
llSSrnil L-l"'! eetitltliaUra nn
1eRMW Olileeln New Vorll
II ll W lor tbo l itre ot
II H IS EPILEPTIC FITS.
jjj "gJl Ul7Voiaitiawntirria'c.l.'nlica.
llr. AU. tteeernla (latn nf I.oti'turO, whn niakea a ape
ftsliv ef Fpllepev, hsn wlthnnt dunlin tieniud and rnioil
oinr enseal hun any ntlier living r,i,ll's". Hisniwe.,
haailmpIT !'" s.'nnl.hlng; wnYnso In nriJ et i'.ia t-f
ever w Veara' sismllng auroeuinliy tin. .1 by hl-Q. IP
haa finMlah''d a ee, a on Hits til"ia.e, whirh lei sentta
wlih a InrRo nnttleef hta wnnftHrfnl i-nrn li.-n P nny ni
frer whn tnsy sen.l thnir e tprt'.a ami I'. O. Addro.a Wa
A liowir7i7P"iir'niiral iiiii I'ttin-
posod mostly of KwontlM Oils.
l.'Mi-mH ti, ennnanlinilail t la n I n
n nin rnnoirnio til inv ror aunvt
DAiyi Tt n i MA onii riAfUir
Back, jDramptV Tooth-Ache,
pains In Mia Btomiaoh and Bowel
1 .1 m nm ur in ntij yai b va btiv c.j,i.-m
Bo Mwtrll's Almaime.
ots pr bottle
J XiaiirtTuV L
.nl ... It .-ir t. 5k
.eti.-r, O.il S...-U,
L'i.rth l.--uof V
in1 al. eiiwd 0f
Im . HrWtn
Wbol 1 Pruirtyt, T. tOMt. WO, I