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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN": FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 20 IR83.
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What memories iwuct and what thoughts pure
Entwino tbtmnlves closely around that
Wbiit tender, pure paslon absorb tho mind
When tratbered around tho benrth Saturday
How hn llowcd, sincere- ftcera tho thoughts of
Ol laving aside tbe week's tolling for rost:
Of quitting once more all our petit grief and
And seeming we're nearlng tbi realm of
Tonight we loolc over our past wnok's marked
To we what a rocord we've madu for our
To see how In parsing our t arled llfe-staires,
To see if aught done may bo counted sub
lime. If Bond i the record, how great Id tha favor
Of being let view o'er a useful week
If 111 'lis, half lose the hallowed charm's sa
vor, Out promising bettor, the sacred thoughts
All thoughts thut are angry are i;anlfcoJ for
ever, WhllH praying for guidance for living right;
The rham deep-growing, which would our
la atrtxiir.v bridged o'er tola bleated Satur
day ii (.-" I.
For the aliment we pray, for the dead we are
But God we reflect, will secure thrm their
As over our niluds a faith stronger is creep,
For uow we aecm startlug a life-time anew.
0 wisdom divine of the all-w Creator.
In setting apart a day resting lllesaim
DextnwliiK that blebslug than which there's
A day tiHinijd for rest and to worship His
And tuturday night, a true type of that bln
lug Of iiilet that ceint-a with tho uiorruvra gray
GcxJ grant that such follow tho soul's earthly
And calm aa this now be life's Saturday
THEY COULD SOT BE PASTED.
There comes a time in the lives of
many young girls when the-y feel as if
their jii'lgmrtit in somi matters is quite
superior to thut of their parwnts. Thut
lime had come to Castle Wells, and the
matter under consideration was her
matrimonial engagement with Charlie
Forest. L'asaie bad made up her mind
that the engaemeut should and w ould
exist; her parents had as tiruily deter
mined that it should and would bo irre
The fact was, Mrs. Wells thought that
Charlie was not good enough for her
Cassie. And why? Well, in .the first
place, nllhough young, he was' becom
ing slightly bald. It Was of no const?,
quence that Castio wore a switch; Cosmo
was her daughter, and Charlie was only
the ion of old Forest.
In tho second plaee be bad "so much
gold in his front teeth." The girl was
wearing three fa!be teeth; but what mat
tered tiutt? Her being a Wells com
pensated for such a trilling defect
In the third place the doting mother
said lis nose was too lare, and she
wanted a handsome son-in-law.
Cassia's nose was one of tho kind
which is usually styled celestial, and it
U painful to add that she was by no
means a beauty; but those truths were
The fourth and last, or of all. tho
moat important reason, was that the
suitor did not have sutlicieut money.
Very little of the "filthy lucre' did
Mr. and Mrs. Wells possess, but they
considered that to make nt for this de
ficiency was a NKcred duty of Cassie's
In coiiM'oiieneo of tbeso very i cnsoua
bio reasons, tho fond nana dismissed
poor Charlie with an admonition never
to come near the child again, an I thou
net to work watching his child s actions.
At first Cassie mnnased to meet her
lover clandestinely; but vigilant mam
ma came upon them one day at their
trysting-nlaee. took Cai iuM&ntlv
Lome ami locked her in her nvm. For
a while after that the voim.' f"l'.i con
trived to keep tip a secret correspon
dence, bnt that also wassoou discover
od. All communication of any kind
was prevented for tbe future, anil the
lovers were in despair.
About this time Mrs. . Docker, r.
woalthy sister of Mr. Wells, was nropar
ng for a pleasure trip to (lormnny.
Hearing ot Iter niece a "umorttinate at
tachmnnt to young Forest," she kindly
oilcruu to separate the obstinate pair by
i-: rvu:n ...i.i. u r t ....1
tuning; vninii nun uui vumiu e pne
ents were quite delighted with the idea
"Just the thing." said hor father.
"Amidst now scenes alio will probably
forget that scoundrel, and may meet
aoino one who is in every way worthy
ol her. '
Scoundrel a voung man who is
slightly bald, has gold lu bis front teeth,
possesses a lenirthv nose, is not wealthy,
and insists upon having a girl who loves
Dim. That was Air. wellss tiellnlllon
After much preparation, but no tin'
necessary delay, poor Cassio was liter
ally dragged to tho carriage which was
to bear her to the dreaded steamer, bin
and heavy-hearted sho felt as she stood
upon deck gazing at tho many friends
who watched the vessel as it left the
aboro. Suddenly she discerned in the
crowtl a familiar figure. Could it bo
ho? It was Indeed ho. There was no
mistaking that lovod form.
"What is the matter, child P" asked
bor aunt anxiously; "you aro white as
"There is Charlie," sho gasped. "Oh,
how can 1 leave himP
"Tut nonsense, girl! You'll get over
ail that in a lortolcut.
Hut the auut'a tone was not unkind,
and very tenderly did she? drnw her
niece towards another part of the deck.
For ahe saw plainly enough that hor
Heart was iruiy sorrowiui.
We will now return so Charlie, whom
we left standing on the shore. He had
accidentally heard, on tho morning of
Cassin's departure, of her intended trip
to fJeniiiiny, and bad ascertained when
and lu what vessel she was to start.
loping to get an opportunity to well.
something or other extraordinary he
md hurried to tho pier, but arrived
thero just in time to see tho steamer
cave shore. Only for a moment did he
stand and gaze despondingly at his
oven one, men with hands clenchea
and teeth set firmly, Charlie Forest made
in bis innermost soirl a solemn vow.
Concerning that vow wo bavo nothitiir
to do at present.
In nut! tune thore canietothe anxious
parents letters telling of Cassia's ire
(litVereticii to everything that was novel,
beautiful, or gratia.
"the child is slowly pining a way,
wroto her aunt; "and if she is not better
soon, I Khali return home."
In reply tho hard-hearted parents
"Don't think of such a thing as com
ing buck vet. She will no doubt get
over that lovesick ness in a short time."
After a while Mrs. Decker sent word
that Casie whs growing more cheerful,
and appeared to l.avo almost entirely
forgotien Charlio Forest. Again she
"Tho child is quite herself once more.
Sho acts very agreeably with everybody,
and seems to fnvor tho attentions of a
young nobleman to whom she was in
I in.tliy c.irno tr.n nnws that the young
noiilininn wUiicd CasMu'i baud in mar-
"Ifyouaro willing." said tho aunt,
thev will be married here, finish the
trip with me, and tht n we will all come
hoiii" together to receive vonr blessing."
"W'lr.t did I tell you?" eried Mrs.
W !!. eMiitiiilv. Cassie wi,l niako a
briili i'it ni iu j nfter ail. Certainly we
are u l ung.
.'I l-t.i m' r v le tter mike enquiries
about ! I'ti'iem.m's chmvieier, or
find i.;it a- t -i hix antecedent?' pru-
deut'iv ii-'v"'! Mr. Wellv
t -retitial, cir. Vmir sister
Will ni-tl-.e ).,: tun iie,.-.,nr eieiiiincS.
Wbi.e ti;o ehi -I na a gv chatii-e, let
her IHk'" it, I! Il"t- Mill "
ii ov i (.,. -ti wet)', the answer
tbl't l':t ,v. i M l WeOj v ere willing.
Tim it ici'i-'i!'"! t!i.-:: .it a te v wh.'Ks
ITIl! ti::tl . tn a I-;i- 'I'T'll liii'l'll-
itij.'. a large rcinpany of friends a-s-em-li'ifl
ut Mr. W"!U re'"i"i"e to ereei the
ha)py nobKjtua.i and i yomi bride.
At iat: a'r ii);ieii waittn ati'i a deal
f cou.i'qt!.:tfial talk frotn the higli'y
'In! t.'d paretits at.arri ig" tlrovc up to
be door, ar.'t tint tr:i j were Urher-
i into tiie pre- ii'-e of the expectant
"Allow me to in'r'liiee your tlau ;h-
t r'sb.ii-.'ta'id," aaid Mr- Decker, lo-ikiog
lit a voting ni an on wboee arm C';e
hveryone )'iv..nit started m a ni :."
ment. Mr. Wells stooti if riveted to
tho spot; hut Mtm. Wells indijruautly
"bu-an, yjti have deceived ti! 'A'hore
is th" n"b'eni:tn whom Vfu promi-ed as
our daughter's husband? That U only
"Here is the noble man," renli 'd tho
aunt, laying her hand on Chiiriie's
shoulder. T avire "ti I can truly call
him by that name, f"f he pusscsxes true
nobi'iii v of charaeter, which i- grander
thr-n that of blood. But believe me,
wheii I first wrote you of him, I did ii"t
know that the nobleman who seemed to
brighten up mv nleoc so wonderfully,
was only Charlie Fore.st. You arc aware
that I had never met bim before. And
afterwards, when they came to me, con
fessed all, and impeired me to intercede
fur them, I knowing that intercession
would not avail, invented the little arti
fice for the purpose of making happy
two voung lives. Now, dear Mtrr and
brother, .-how your true nobility by
grnntir.cr n complete forgiveness,"
'Well, what can't be cured must bo
endured, 1 suppose," said Mrs. Wells;
and then she sighed ns ?he thought of
her son-in-law's empty purs".
"God bless you botn. said the father.
"Wife and I were in the wroug. Charlie,
I commend your pluck in following the
girl you love to Germany. You - well
deserve her. Hut may we never have
causo to think of you "otherwise than us
the noble man which Sister Susan calls
A Fond Hatband's First Request,
One by one by guests paid their
respects and departed, last among
them beinir berl McMurtrv and Ana
tides Mufeahey, the bridesmaid and
best man. At length the bride and
croom wero left alone, and when ho
Lad encircled hor waist with his arm,
he paused, and asked, lu touoa choked
"Would you do anything I should
osk of you, love?"
Sho clid not answer at first, but sud
douly nestled herself against his groat
manly breast, and murmured, softly:
" hy, darling, you know I would!
What is It!
After a momeut of agonized hesita
lion, ho leaned over her, his face bo'
traying his firm resolve and bis lips
almost touching her beautiful hair, as
bo hissed Into licr oar the balcful,words
"rromiso me to wrtto no more
Without raising her head, tho boauti
ful girl slipped limp and senseless from
his arms aud fell on tho tloor with
dull, sickening thud.
"I have knocked her out in less than
four rounds," be said, and bogan rolling
a cigarette. uncaijo fieraiu.
He Wautnd to Sue.
Some time since an Ohio paper got
after a manufacturing concern and gave
it such a showing up that tho president
went to a lawyer and said he desired to
begin a libel suit.
"What has the paper said?" asked tho
"Whv that wo nover paid a divi
dend." "Well, have you?"
"No; but it said we oouldn't pay our
"And you haven't for the past two
months, have you?"
"I can't say wo have; but it said our
stock was flown toll, the coucern mort
gaged, and that bad management would
soon bust lis."
"Isn't it all soP"
"Confound it, yes! and that's what I
want to sue fori" yelled tho president,
A Chinese New Year's Celebration,
A writer in tho. Ut. Xicholaa f."r Jan
nary savs: The Chinese New Year's
Day n 'm-2 fell on the 17th of l'ebni.
ary. They have a week of holidays at
their New Ycar, just n3 we do between
tho 26th of December and the 1st of
Jn tho cities they make a lino display
of fireworks, but some of the Chinese
people in Santa liarnara are rich, so
there were no fireworks, except crack
ers; but there were barrels and barrels
full of thee, ami tho Chinese bovs do
not fire off craek'rson their New Year's
Day as American boys do, a cracker at
a time, or ono package at a time; they
bring out a largo box full, and tire
them off, package after package, as fast
as they can, till the air is as full of
smoko as if there wero a lire, and the
ground is covered with red, half-burned
Long before we reached the part of
the town where most of tho Chinese
live we heard the noiv of the crackers
going off, but the Chinese did not seem
to mind it at ali. They were bopping
about in the smoke, pouring the crack
ers out on the ground, box alter box,
barrel after barrel. You could not seo their
faces clearly for the smoke. Groups of
American boys stood a near as they
dared, looking on. Now and then ono
would dart in ami snatch up one crack
er, or a string of them, which had not
I thought the American boys had al
most as much fun out of it as tho Chi
nese. Every Chinese family keeps open
house on New ear's Day. J hey set
Up a picture or an image o: tiicr goo in
some prominent puico, anu on a tamo
in front of this they put a little feast of
good things to eat." Some are for an
offering to tho god, and some are for
their friends who can.
It was amusing to watch the Ameri
can boys darting booiii from s:op to
shot) and house to house, coming out
with their hands fu',1 of queer Chinese
things to eat, showiug them to each oth
er, and comparing notes.
"Oh, let r.ie taste tnai: one uov
won hi excl.iitu. on. teeing Home new
thing; an J. "W here did you get it?
Which house gives that?" Then tho
whole party would ran) off to make a
descent on that house, and get some
more. I thought i' ttnTHerfuiiv huspi-
table on the pa; I of lie: Cbiiit'O people
to let all these American bovs run in
and out of their houses in that way and
help themselves from the New Year's
Some of the bovs were very rude and
ill-mannered little better than street
beggars, but the Chinese were poli'.o
and generous to them all.
In some otthe stores mere were men
aying a game which has been played,
under aitierent names, an over me
world. It consists simply in one man
holding out his hand, with part of tho
lingers closed and part open, and his
antagonist calling out instantly how
many of his tinkers are open. Ono would
think nothing could be easier than this.
But when the movements are made rap
Idly it is next to impossible to call out
the number quickly without making a
mistake, tor every mistake a tine ol
some sort, according to tho agreement
of the players, is to be paid. The.-e Chi
nese men played it w ith such vehemence
that tho perspiration stood on their fore
beads, aud their e hrill cr ing out of the
numbers sounded like unbroken sen
tences; there did not seem a breath be
tween them. They rested their elbows
on the table, and, with every opening
of toe lingers, thrust the fore-arm for
wird to its full length, so there was vio
le it exercise in it.'
Cora vs. Oats for Horses.
The comparative value if corn and
oats ns food for hor-cs may lie briefly
stated as follows: Lorn is deficient in
many of the elements or nutrition so
necei"ary for recuperating the constant
wear aud tear which necessarily takes
place in the body of a living animal.
On this account, horses which aro ex
clusively fed on corn ami hay do not re
ceive that kind of nourishment which
appears necessary for the duo support
and maintenance ol the animal labile;
hence, we must not be surprised that
corn-fed horses show evidence of b ing
languid, bv sweating profusely while
being worked, luck of vitality, etc.
Oats, on the contrary, contain more of
tho essential elements of nutrition than
auv other article of food which can bo
foil with impunity to horses, but are do
cidedly the nn-t tmirtbous. They are
Hie cheapest, because there Is less rhk
in feeding thorn, and o.pericnco has
proved that horses properh' fed on oats
and timothy hay, with regular exercise,
good grooming, and proper sanitary
regulaiioiks, can be broiu'ht to tho Ugli
est stale of physical ciiltiir", and can
perform more work with less .evidence
of failgue than when led on any other
article of food. Rational Live Stick
Mrs, Johnson's Policy.
"I don't believe in hrin' afraid of
your temper," said Mrs. Johnson ener
getically. "I say light it out and con
quer it. If tho Old Harry comes Into
mv family I want to meet him right oil'.
Tfie other ulght my boy came homo
uglv as sin. He was all tired out, some
body had boon sassy to him and ho had
been nursing the devil all day long, pre
parin' an overpowerln' reply. I went
up (o his room. Now's ho's "never cross
to mo, but that night he growled out;
"Mother, I wUh you would go down
stairs and mind your bnslnoss.' I ut
down and took bold of his hands, and
then I boxed his cars a little. I wanted
him to realize ray prmmco before I ho
f;an wasting my breath. Then I scolded
t run. I scoldoil for an hour and a half,
and when I got through 1 could wind
him around my little linger. 'Mother,'
lie said, i suppose I am sort of hot
headed.' 'Hot-headed,' savs I, 'you're
just like busted pepper.' Folks ask mo
why I don't get mad. I tell 'cm 1 ain't
neh enough. It's as dibablln' ns a tit of
siekuess. When I keep tuy own car
riage I'm going to stir up just as many
rows ns my neighbors; but as long ss I
keep boarders for a livln' hain't no
time temper or t!Mf"Sjrin(jJidd
11 -a s i
Buttons oro no longer fantastic or
even filigree. Plain gold, oxhlixed ell
Ver, copper or brass, the latter ham
mered, are "lb? thing."
The Daily Experience of Every One
is thut neglect of te bowels is the prime
cause of ill health. Testimony ol the I mo
Child Justice ol Georgia: "I bavo used Sim
mons Liver RcgnlHtor for constipation of
my bowels caused by a temporary derange
ment of the liver, fur the last three or four
years, and always when ued according to
the diiections with decided benefit. I
think it is ag'iod medicine Ut the derange
ment of the liver, at least Mich hss been
my per'oo il expt rience in the use of It.
Hid am Warshi,
Chief Justice of Georgia."
A sew idea embraced in Elys' Cream
Balm. Catarrh is cured by causing dis
charge and cleansing, not by drying up.
The application is easy and agreeable.
Price, 50 cents. Apply into nostrils with
A Cough. Cold or Sore Throat
should be stopped. jNcglect frequentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung diseitse or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syr jps
and balsams, but act directly on the inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years lirown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommeuded by physicians, aud always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
mi entire generation, they have attained
wjll-merited rank among tba few staple
remodieB of the age. Sold t 21 rents a
Jliglickt Prize Tort Wine.
The best wine in the country, that took
the highest premium at tho Centennial, is
Spier's Port Gripe Wine, wh'cli has by
come the most celebrated product of New
Jersey. This wine andhis P. J.JJrandy
are now being used by physicians every
where, who re y up in them as bing the
purest to be had. It is unsurpassed for
weakly females, and old people. Used by
tbe Fifth Avenue Society as an evening so
chl wine. For Sale by Pacl 0 Schuu.
Trrn to Her Trust.
Too much cauiiot be said of tluever
faithful wile aud mother, constantly watch
ing and caring for her dear ones, never ntg
lecting a single duty in their behalf. When
they are assailed by disease, and the sys
tem should have a thorough cleansing, the
stomach and bowels regulated, blood puri
fied, and malarial poison exterminated, she
rnuat know that Electric Bitters are the only
sute remedy. They are the best and purest
medicine in the world and only cost u'ty
cents. Sold by Harry W.Sehuh. (4i
To all who aro suffering from tho errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manh iod, ifcc, I
will send a recipe that will cfeyou, fuek
OF cuakoe. This great remedy wan
discovered bv a minister in South America.
end a stlt-addressed envelope to the K-v.
Joseph T. Ismav, St ition D., New York
Dr. H. E. Fauwill. Arlington Heights.
III., save: "I hid belling Brown's Iron Bit
ters fast. It ia the most saleable goods m
Fok Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint ou
have a printed guarantee on every bottle
if Sliiloh's Vitaluer. It never fails to
uucKten'H Armca salve
The B'st Salve '.u the world for Cuts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
oics, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and idl Skin Krupt ions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
f ict s iiisfiiction, or money refunded. Price
i"i cents per box. For sale by Gko. E
I was troubled with ( hronic Catarrh
srjii gathiring in my head, was viy deal'
ht tinn'3 ami hud discharges from my ears.
btB'des being unable to biealh through
inyiiosi'. Bel ore tho second bottle of El)s'
(.'ream Halm was exhausted I was cured,
snd to-day enjoy sound heal'h. C.J. Cur
bin, 123 Chrstnut street, Field Manage'
Phil tdelphia PuIk House, Pa.
To The Wct.
There are a nunihir ol n ut' S leading to
the sbi'vo-incutioned section, but the direct
aud reliable ruule is via Smut Lotiij mid
over the Miss 'Uri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from tho Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
woith, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
fires! make are attached to all trains.
At Kinsas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, Now Mexico and Cal
ifornia conuect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
t'Xprets trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California,
This line offers tu parties enroiito to (he
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and supeiioi accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, ns it passes through tho finest por
tion of Mitaoiui mid Nebraska. Stud for
illustrated limps, pamphlets, Ac, of this
liuc, which will' he mailed free.
C. B. KtNKAN, F. CnAXt'M'R,
Ass't Gun'l Puss. Agi'nt. Gen'l Pbnh Atrent.
A Nasal Injector free with each bottle
of Shilob's Cataarh Itnuiedy. Price oO cts.
Allen's Brain Food botanical extract
atrengthena tho Brain and positively cures
Nervous Debility, Ntv. uium, Headache,
unnatural losses, and all weakness of Gen
erative System ; it never fails. $1 pkg.:
Hfor f .1, At diuggins, or Alleu's Pharma
cy, 815 First Ave., N. Y.
ROOT & SDNS ffJSiC GO'S
w. ft but N'ir-nsi, iou mil.
iratio,H(,r all kiu'hof BRASS GLRMAri
SlLVEft aud REED taSro""!
with full initru.'tiou fcr forming BuilVdi.
WHAT and HOW to piirch,,., lfrn, for
t,d. ir liusirud, ouc liantl and OrchtMri.
(rniij, , H ii. Intrat poimUr mijnii A'Mri
tut HOOf a $rjs MUSIC tOCHICAOO.IU.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
THE HOWARD GALVANIC SHIELD
And our mnnr o'hr FlpctnOn'tsntc snrt Mrnstto
Appltiinrx nd Onrrr'nts nro lniilunlil. nd iur
curs tor Nrous iMthilliy FHrtlrsls. Kpllebsr. Hheuma.
tlm, 0rwnrk.l hrmo. Eliuiina or Los ot Vlul
Knrr. Vk Duck, Kldnr Mmum, lung, Llvr and
Htoiui.cij Comeiiinu. oi.d urn tilsp'ed to ciTHia
HF.X. 1'heM ai pilnncM sr the vrjr latent lmprorsd
sod sot . rely differ, nt trom llls and till oilitn, a tha;
poiitiivl stnarutp cotitinuoiH rnrrfnta tvliboul acids,
CA'itliia oo aorA n.T IrrttHtion of tha skin ceo b
worn at worn ns well tPM. nnrt sra oul notlcaablt to
tha wa .rer. Tha iif I- r.-Ri:ll ' so lo maat tba
dlffwrant Ibm of all dl.e.iMti whara Eiactrio aod
MiWQOtlc IrpH'mant In of be: ellt Tbosa tor
Cure Impsteixy, Eeminai Wcakn:s3,Lost rY.. aoo, to
Th"y Cura whon nil ls fills. Our IfTftit rated
rftmpb'et anr. i t M.ilr-d 'r.v':Ui on receipt of Soaals
IXMtu-e, or UKJurolr w. api ed, li.
Howud Eloct.-o-MocrjBtlo tcsolon, It parrairbrmsU,
Ai:r?iOAN calva;;ic go.,
SI2 N. OKI Ct.. Et. Louis, Mo.
"Til E UALLIDAY"
A N.'W sad L'oinpiuld U f.")ii!tns "ii I.ti.
.Svouud and I'awron'J ?trnts.
Tl) tV-ciu'iT II put ol ttie Chitus'i, !t. frills
un'' .,t". Urlei. us: Iihuoi" Cuiiirai; 'V 4 ph. Si.
I.ouls and Haeiiic; I.uu Mountain an-1 S.'Ulbi'm.
Mull le sud i Miiu ; i air aud St. Louis ltmlwnM.
art; all Jnn cres the street; wlil'.v ib Sltuuile.S;
Laudu ii ii. hut onu s .unre di Until,
Tlni" Utl Is liealud by steam, hss stnaiu
I.BUti'lry, U.vdrai.!ic hlevalur, Lleitrlc C ill Ull
Automatic riru-Alarms. llaths. Bbstilulely pura air
purlin I scwernca and uimplt'ti: aptiolnOiiutits.
Superb ftuLisLiii),'!!; jiurlVct service; sr.il au nr.
xci lied utile.
Ij. P. PAKHKH At 0.,Ts.i
Afs A week 1'indH st lnme bv ha Indus
L' ' W llrintis. llent tli.s ue.-K r.ew bi'fi re
iN "h (-ap 'iil lint needed. We
fl) I ,'wtll flurt yuti .Men. wninen, buys
Tr and iffris wauled evcrvwbe eio wotk
fur tin Niiwi- i be tiniu. Yuti ran
work In s;.r e lime. r tivo mnr wlinle tiniu to the
bus ni"t. Nh ot her liti-inn-s will ay ;nu i.turly
a well No m e, an fu'l to m ikn eno-rmms pay,
by en "it ceii,.- at unci, fun Iv eie III and t rm" free
Miinei in i ).- lu-t. eaaily. tttitl bunorably. Ad(lres
TUL'E ALU., Ait jti.-tii, maiui)
617 St Cluvrlcs Street, ST. LOUIS, JIO.
A rruulni. Oeniliintu or two medical
coIIck,'-, Ion hoen Ii.hl'it riiirnrffU in the tiest
pieiii of ChPojiio, N crvoii, km mil
tloi.l DlMHH'ii thnii anvotlier j'liv-lelsii in
Bt. l.oiil, ns fitv nipi'i .lu w niul nil old rem
dnina know. ( i)iiiiIi,iiIim eilii eor ky ntsll,
free nn. I Invited. A frteinlh tnlk or hi opinion
CMS linlb I ii i. V hell II liiliMlivenleilt tn llt
the oily .er trentment, nicilli lne enn besrnt
by iniillnr e.pr. ss everv hi ie. C'ui tOde tn-es
ruarniiieeil: where doubi exltts It lsfmukly
uteil. fail oi Write.
V 'rvnns rrostratioa. Dobility, Mental tni
Physical W'ittlin'' ss, M ircurihl and othpr
iiflbctions of Throat, Skin and Bonps, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisonin", Skin ArTea
tlons, Old Soros avd Ulcirs, Impcdimcntii to
Marriage, Rhr-umatitmi, Pdrs. Spselal
attention tr; cr-.sis from over-woi'ked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive spenial attention.
Disease" ai iaing from Imf rutlence , ExconswSj
lurluljri u.'8 or Exposures,
It Is nelf.eel lent Hint ptivslrlan paying'
pni'tlriiliir attiutlnii to a class in 'fines aitnlns
Krenl "kill, mid divlrlsu-In retfitlur pracllcv.
si! over tliu cotinlrv kimwlnif this, rreniintly
reeoiiiiiieii.l en "stu the oldint uillce in Anfrlca
where tiery known apidlattce In retorted to.
Stul tilt! jeove.t ttood i i iueilt.-x of all
sites sud countries are uhI, A whole house Is
ued I'nrviltcK pui'tm.es, nnd till tire Ire tiled with
kill In a r" i rul tniiiin.'i". and, kltowliiK
wlist to do. ti'M Aiei'lliieiiii nre msdv, Oil nr.
count of the i'ien! iiuinher S l Ink', ihn
charites nrn kil t lov. Often '.ir.wr than Is
il'inmnleil by iiiheis If miu secure tbe skl'l
and (tela speedy in id perfect lit euro, that U
the (input taut inn Iter. ruinpUlet, SO pagca,
Kilt to any address frets
pfiffs. I MARRIAGE GUIDE, i ?&
Klrirnnt cloth and (rilt liliidlt'jr. Sealed for W
renin lu Kistnifn ei- eurreiicv. rer lllty won
Hertlil pun 1'li liiren, true Pi lite si llvleton (Its
followitiK niieei, V lio on; ' inarrv. w botiot!
whv V I'rnper aire to nnirrv. V lio lunrry r) rat.
laiihnnd, YVoiiis'iIkki I. l'livtcl deenv. Who
aluuild iiiiii'i V. li'iw hie nnd bappleess miv ti
ttu'.resv (I, Tliovi tnnrrod or eontenitdiitliiw
rwirri Inif should rend It. It ouulit to Ih- res.)
ny all sdult pei on, then Ii ' I under lock and
kev. I'nptilnr edition, Minie ns sUive, hut pspef
Mer niul 'ivi'iiges. :' r'ul by mail, lit uiuuoy
r ptnl. ims,
rr.vf iRor npplleil to tho anrfaoo
mil a montinitant Iv RILIKVI
nun fltnnlA Vi- fi14-i nm lanr.
haa no Kot'ALfor th Cnro of
' '''' '
Stiii' Jiiinta, Nonralgia. Launa Back. Crampa, Tooth Ac bo.
Son. Throat, Palnala tha Limb, or lu any M '
aor inroai, rain io wm smjuw """" " " V' ,
titui Ta eittttlly edloaclona for ail palna In Ul" Stomach and Bowela
reiiuirliiB a powerlul Uilfuslve atlmulaut. Bee AlerrM's A'rririniie
I Aslt your Druggist lor it. Price
I'reparcd only by JAOOJ 1.
wnolis urniririw, it.
Nf.W ADVKKTISKM RNTS.
Asic y nr nil', in to
l II "r ytir milk In tha
W .ft KN Mll.il JARS,
if ilia milk I" pur His
creitiii csu t ten In
ev, rr Jar. If mi c em
Is -i.'i ii, It l not as It
s Iwii rt bfnriil nferts mnr
n tetithiii Tliu milk li
. cleaner, ttvunter Slid pa-
i r hb fn in id i ir
V n Vlok J.o than snv
odnT wsy. They nr used
In ' 11 ib-lnrg:cltlfi, aud
ar i iiii.iiit. d t ill p.itiia
n T, n'ars toel pne., ,t oil ipnltrat'nn.
II. WI1ITKMAV, li VurraSt.. Nw York.
TO ADVEUTl US -Levepo liste. lorndv, rtls
1 In; In en v'i(l ii'M-pBut r sciit Iroe, Address
GKO. 1'. HOWKI.I.A , Hi tipruca St., N. V.
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS ISll
Blood, and v ;11 com pl'-tply chairs the Mood in the en
tire teiii in tnreo monina. Auv pron who will inks
1 pill e srli nnrht f-nm 1 to 115 week me v be re.tered
to sound health, if etich a thine t rmiiHihU. hold cv
ervwhere, er 'Ht by mail fr M lotrer atanipa, I. S.
JOUM6U.S it Co., Kuitoii, .'.la j... Ivrmtrl Uotigor, M
iSutllllltf lit Uie' (irlli l'lU..l Ui I'
flurtot M'.it r i'n, I'tir ;!-, h-Hi. i- . r, t
fiort! i'.jftft Mrrciirlul 0-wm, ("nrrh ,. o(
MliM't. It Hf'er uU. oi'i, jut u'i
cuuuiry ion: k .-i" r sv'.i it H, K, Sfllcrt
m (., rrtii', l'Mhnrli, it "vrv tmt Ll.
NtV ADVEItl ISEMKNTs.
NO USE FOJJ THEM.
Concerning" Cerlaiu KelU-s of the Past
Di tlint have h id their Day.
Ueorge Slufih-ingoD's "Koi kot," and tbe mogul
ftc Bt locomotives of to-due, am built upon the
same Keuufiil priuclpls yet the machine wlih
which lhu crest engineer a-tm I: bed hlit age, is In
ttresilug now on y an a:i lllt'etratlon of the be.'ln
Bluguf tiie Invontlon. Th ru wcrj pUsur-with
holes In, hem lon lie iro 1!ENSUS' CAPCIXE
POROV'S 1'tASiEK stirprle-d both tlio public
and the pliyt.lcl:is: ,r.d t.ie t in m; h of tho Onp
Cluo is founded Uiioii the partial surceases, or tba
utter Isilurts of it pretlecs-ers. Fvry Ihlt g of
value lu the uli! porous p tt-ter ! rtn! cd n lha
Capduct but at this puiu ul i oiupairion ends,
nd coiitrsst begins. V r example:
Tl.e old plas trs weio si. w in llicir ucilon; the
Cupciue Is quick and "inc.
The old plasters lucked the power to do more.
tlisn lo Impart si!j;Ut. teinporuiy irll. f lu caes
eay of triatnu tii; the Caption penetrates the
system and permanently c ires Ihe troubles for
which it Is recnnuuciitlvHt.
Tho old p!a-(i rs depcndi-il for any g od results
they might atraln tip n an incident nft;.clr maker
and tho tisUe I f l' h of their wearers; 'he lleusou'a
teaches Its ends by m;iaranf (ho .Hlen'irlc combi
nation of t'Crsre uiidicioiil Inifredlenii which It
In brief, 'be old p!aters, like Stepbenson's dl
carded erigltie, aro slirhid IV 'he track, while
the Benson's io t "ti Its wav vvlnului: golden opiu
tons from all s-.rts ul poopie.
Vet lnlhlvi;rv fun th" leiMnu darker to
the people who buy aud u this reliable ar.d sci
entific renudy. "II pin!'y is the tribtUo rice
pays lovlrt is." Iml titio" Is the roncsalun fail-nren-akcsti
eiicccsn, Bunsuu'n i'laHtets ara pa
rodied In nsmo and style.
B-.tware of swindles. Tin' fjentline have the word
CAPC'NE t iTln the cen er. 1 rlrc cents,
ben'riliy & Jebn-on. CUeml-ta. New Y. rk.
$9 thnuuntlii of ctii'i of tho ivervt kind and of (twa
I Jnivu a D'.'llUu ri'1110,1, :.T int. Rl.uva elmie,.,- hv lla
luoiuiiiK iiava iiein i-nr.'.i. jinieeu. 8"Htfencr Ii niv iiltli
ii itsi'tlli'Hi'V. timi I wtii on.l ru n num. 1:4 vt:?K t.i.
p'th.'r ivitii V tl.l'Alll.B Till. 11 ?li en 11,11 Uhkuw, la
111 auflsi'cr. Glvu li .n -11 ami , u. n-l,!n-i.
Vli. T. A. SLUClll, lot fcmui., Now York.
FAllllKK'S 0S A'D MUGIU'EIH
Ur arv Ac lee Mim oi Wo" an
CAN MA KK'
lu tah, wnrkiiiif f rth vmr'rni hrnT.
Address hi A. K. HACK. TP, ft Wayne, Ind.
.or nil Union bnldiera I
disabled lu line ol duty II,
.fniii.loii.IjiusnnnrMriOi'i i V and
,i uo Liier.ii.AnnLHnp"y to
'nlntisidillcrsrep u teil un rollsns deserters
ri" t Munipa ti yrOPOART &CQ.,
413 O btreot N. V U'nalitnutou. 1. C.
Hilnen'erl and rraeticul trrowcrs now assent to our
tnotto "'I hut I lie Inrtlier Noilb peeil r.to
srown tho earlier llielr product vill be."
we oiler Uils year a full Hue ot biiuulard I'otati cs,
true to name, inownnn dry upland ; Bii'i.li i'yfe st:d
Blue Stem Wheat ; White lliiian 0..t ; Ktumpi'a Cul
bwn, said to Iwonowtrlt earlier t'li'.nl'.ar y York jour
North star Yellow IicntConi nt.ilt .iMlie lead, aiid
(or fodder la dpial toai.yi of onion rivtl, tuuatocs,
carrot", pens, &o.,A., a fullluenudlirirecrop. ail
Iwj growth ni our nvn f.trins. W ild 111 e for duels
ponds alwiiyann baud f ir bprluir or Fell sowirv.
hh Annual 'alsl.Hr.ie, ires. 'I', il r.TC.M.P,
U rower, liiipoi tertV Jobber, sul'uul. .Uluu.
A. 1jSniUn,TT,nnilnn Phy"
letiiu eiu.,i,lii a ta
ill, lee i. 1 NotrYorU 1
'Vow A mjwrntl uf'nliHn.
rlalt'jr ct Eoitupny, hits ollllolit lleiint tu ntud .'! ruioi
mero caeeatnan mi v.'tl'i'r II vn,r t'le -Irian. I'.'-.mrf.'a
haaalruplyhevnaMentiihlriKi nmo tirifrt e r n er
orer 10 vesr' staii'lli'K sucennniy eiin-d hy M 11, l a
tiaa piiMnhe.l a work on till iIin;-i. ilrh tin en.!
wlih a Isrft li'Hilouf nl w.in leriMt ,-u, 0 linn ti eey ,'T
f rer wh.imav send their en.. anil P 0. Adirt V
aUviae any em. wl.tiinir iu na Maiii'.re-i .
lit. AS. JlLii.li01.li, . Julia St, Vow Talk,
I X Puiverlul prepuiittlon coin-
Iivisctt mostly of Essfntlal Oils
Tho most nonctrutliiff Llnlmenl
Iktiown. Hn concentrated that a
will Penetrnte to the very Bone,
FAIN? It will not Boll wiotnintr.
JI.hi.vaa.i KIa nfTettta of llnV kind. II
Rhnamntlsm. Spralna. Bruises,
00 ct per bottle