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The Daily Bulletin.
A Eejeoted Avenue of Wealth.
"llnve to work pretty hunl for a fow
dullnrs," remarked a iliholiito tramp,
edging up to tlio cashier' h window and
gazing npon t ho man of fi'iircH with a
y nipal liuliu ox prusiion.
"What's that?'' tliucasliiur (ItMuamlixl
"Oh, don't mind me," continued thn
tianip, with an a(T:ili!i) Miiile. I was
caitliivr in a paper olliee. until I struck it
fat, and now 1 go about tonkin" it
pleasant and easy for the boys. I've
lifted a good many of 'em to atlluenee,
and I'm going to 'keep it up until I'm
busted, and then I'm going back to
"You look wealthy," sneered the
cashier. "You have all the appearance
of a millionaire!"
"Great bead!'' murmured the tramp.
"That one remark eneourage me to
help you rljrjit to the pinnacle of for
tune. Do you want to see the echo of
the first sunrise on hinulUe? Want to
planee on the dawn that broke over the
Garden of Eden? Ho cautious now.
Most people have to use smoked glass
in contemplating thin fountain head of
the Aurora IWealis! Mind your eye!
I'm goinff to flu.sh it!" iuilhe drew out
an old brand ring with three glass beads
in it "Just draw your lashes together
a little until you get used to it! Now
look. How's that?"
"How's what?" growled the cashier,
contemplating the gems with marked
"Tbat is called 'Mother of the Dew1
by the crowned heads," continued the
tramp, gazing affectionately ipon his
acquisition. "Notice the modesty of the
setting compared with the value of the
jewels. Hook on to the manner in
whiah the whole business is set out,"
and he breathed on the brass and rub
bed it hard on his shirt sleeve. "I only
charge you a nominal price for this
wealth, just enough to pay the interest
on the duties. Just draw vour check to
my order for $17, if you please."
"I wouldn't give you an empty
match box for it," snarled the cashier.
"That's the way I like to hear a man
talk!" grinned the delighted tramp. "It
' was that spirit which made me a
wealthy man. Do you know what I'm
eolng to do? I'm jjoing to knoc k off $15
lor that remark! You're game, you are!
Make that check fur :.'!
"Ho 'way from here!" snorted the
cashier, "If you don't get out, I'll ring
for the police!"
"There's style for you!" murmured
the tramp, gazing on him admiringly.
"Tbat'a a genuine manhood talking
now. You wouldn't let me make you a
present! You'ru too high for that.
Draw me a check for a ipiarter of a dol
lar and take the gool!'
The next moment the janitor snatch
ed him and rolled him out on the car
"Good game!" ho muttered, as he
picked himself up and lished his ring out
of the mud. "Tbat man is clear grit all
through. I'm a hole in the ground if I
"don't send him the ring bv express, C.
0. D. He deserves it!" Brooklyn Ea
Central America Antiquities.
The superb collection of antiquities
brought from Mexico and Central Amer
ica by Desire Clmrnay, has been pre
sented to -the Smilbsoniiiu Institution,
Washington, by Mr. Pierre Lorillard.
The primo object of the expedition, to
make nioulages, or casts negative), in
paper macho of the principal bas-relief
anil hieroglyphic inscriptions existing in
the temples, palaces, etc., of the ruined
' cities, has been successfully accomplish
ed. From these, plaster casts have been
mado in duplicate, one set for Mr. Lor
illard, who has decided to present it to
the Smithsonian. To these it was deem
ed advisable to add the spolia opima of
the Charnay expedition, so that the
student ami the general public might bo
able to contemplate under one roof as
diversified rt collection as possible of
memorials of the past in America. These
casts possess the highest interest both
for the artist and the student of history.
They are of tho actual size of the monii-.
ments which they reproduce, many of
the base reliefs being ten feet in height
and six or eight feel wide. K fleets of
ornamentation, nnd even architectural
effects, may bo studied in these fae
similes quite as well, nnd without any of
the discomforts attending a visit to the
localities themselves. Students of his
tory, of ethnology; and anthropology,
and of language will have prescitodt
tlicni in these monuments materials of
inestimable valuo for their several
sciences, and somo one of them may
irove tho Champollion to read these
hitherto indecipherable inscriptions, and
to fathom the mystery of these tuicletit
peoples. When the collection is duly
Installed In tlio museum;' the ' stay-at-home
traveler will be enabled to look
with his own eyes upon these wonders
of tho semi-tropical forests of Central
America, which forty years ago tilled
the eminent traveler. J. L. Stephens,
with admiration and astonishment,
although lie had previously visited the
stupendous monuments of Egypt. Xcw
An English critic thinks that tho He
brews have an inherited appetite for
music, because the chosen pooploprais
ftdtUoDeitv with musical instnuueuti
This was DWaelt'i opinion.
Women of New Tork who Labor to Screen
Their Poverty from Fashion's Eye,
"One-half of the people in Now York
live," said a philosopher the other luv,
"and the other half protend to live."
This is truer than most ieoplo suspect.
Tho number of persons who give their
lives to making an appearance is aston
ishing, and the devices to which they
resort to bo thought genteel and to
avoid working for a living would as
tonish tho world if fully exposed.
One of the most interesting cases of
shabby gentility will be found at tho
family hotel. Every ono of these estab
lishments lias ono or more lodgers who
livo in the top of the house In tho cheap
est apartments, next to the hired help;
who lako their meals at cheap restau
rants, or beer saloons, but who dress
well and use fine monogram note pa
per. ami receive their company in tlio
hotel parlor, and who generally assume
tho style and airs of retired well-to-do
In one case recently brought to the at
tention of the writer, a lady and her two
daughters occupied rooms at one of the
most fashionable hotels in tho city for
two years. Her daughters furnished the
income by very hard work, ono of them
as a copyist aud the other in a largo tel
egraphing house. Hut no one in tho
house ever suspected that they depend
ed upon their labor for their income.
Tho young Indies together made about
$25 or a week, and on this sum they
managed, by the most pinching econo
my in eating, to dress and move in a
certain circle. Hut tho air of disdain
with which they spoke of people who
were compelled to work and the poetic
references they constantly made to their
blood and ancestry produced tho mast
respectful treatment from all who camo
in contact with them.
A vounglady and herfather, who lived
at the Westminster for some time and
passed as a belle in certain sets, worked
in a book-binder's establishment in Nas
sau street, and actually supported her
father in his gcuteel air's. In this ease
it came to tho knowledge of the writer
tbat this young lady, on more than ono
occasion, went supperless to bed because
she had to pay for a coupe.
Another form of portentions gentility
is found in thoe families who hire houses
and then sublet all but a couple of the
rooms, retaining the use of tho parlor
to make a show, and always turning up
their noses at people who are compelled
to live in Hats. "Oh, we," they always
say, "couldn't be restricted to a flat, yon
know. It may do for people who have
never had tho freedom of a whole house,
but wo must have our own establish
ment." If they live in abasement house
they have to put up sometimes with a
doctor or dentist, but they compromise
by calling bis room the "library when
they have a party.
There are hundreds of genteel people
living on Lexington avenue.who, for the
sake of making it appear that they oc
cupy a whole nouse to themselves, are
content to bunk in the garret and cook
with the oil stove, but they make
enough oil their wages to dress well and
have a coach and livery take them to the
park in the afternoon.
It is said by those who know, that tho
gay cavalcade to be seen on a pleasant
afternoon on the avenue is made up in
unequal proportion or millionaires and
beggars, who, so far as distress is con
cerned, cannot be distinguished from
In the ranks of the opera goers who
live on the east side it is curious to know
that a coach is the sign of gentility. To
bo able to hire a coach is the weakness
of hundreds of girls who work by the
week (low n-to.vn, and it is for this" rea
son, perhaps, that in the poorer classes
funerals have lieeomo a sort of evidence
of gentility, tho condition of the family
being rated by the number of couches.
There are scores of girls who give music
lessons who spend nearly all they make
at the livery stable. They are driven to
their pupils' residences In coupes, and
they are very particular about the liv
erv. The superintendent of a large en
velope factory in this citv said that
some years ago a faint ins epidemic
broko out among his girls. Without any
premonition whatever, an operator,
would suddenly fall over as if dead and
he was in tlhabit sometimes of cailin"
a carriage and sending tho invalid home!
But when the thing grew to afl'ect tho
whole factory he turned one of his rooms
into a hospital and hired a doctor to ap
ply restoratives, from which moment
not a girl fainted. It was not till some
time after that ho discoved by accident
that it was tho ride homo in the coach
that had brought on tho epidemic V.
A Woman of Convictions.
I heard, says a New York correspond
ent, of an nrtist the other day, a woman,
who had painted a largo canvas on an
attractive subject, which was recently
exhibited in this city. It was seen by
Mr. Stokes, whose Hoffman bouse bar
room is almost an art gallery, and he
liked it so well that he ofl'ered. her a
largo sum of money for it. The woman
is very poor, and of course was delighted
at the idea of the sale of her picture,
but when she found out that it was to
adorn a bar-room she positively refused
to make the alo, and the picture now
hangs unsold on her own wall. Perhaps
If she had not had such a bitter exper
ience in her own family she might be
more lenient to tho bar-rooms. But un
der the circumstances sho hnrdly felt
that sho could lend her talent to mak
ing such a place attractive.
Very many ladies have a habit while
traveling of gathoring leaves, sprays, or
single blossoms, small reminiscences of
ploasant journeys, etc., and pressing
them in askotoh-book orstuall portfolio,
previous to their being taken home and
prettily arranged In tlio long winter
evenings, whon they awaken pleasant
or sad remembrances, as tho caso may
be, of days long past. Tlio dried flow
crs, leaves, grasses, moss, etc., should
the same size, cither In different groups
of flowers, or liko a graceful frame
around a small sketch with a quotation
from a favorite nnet hnlnw. In thia
the single flowers must be gummed on
with a rather thick liquid gum, which of
course requires great, care. If kept in
a case on purpose, tho collection will
toon form u pretty album.
CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 28, UB3.
W. P ;.amki)in, river editor of rni Fpli.itim
and llctimhoat tiaaaanuer event. Orders for ill
klmUufaUiainbual Job printing ullclUicl. Ottlce
nl lt(1l&'f.l'a Vila..... 11... ..I V.. rr.,.,.1.. Iam
Not Only For Man.
Horsemen, turfmen, sUbli-uicn all use St.
Jucoba Oil in burse ailments. It kills pain.
The Gus Fowler Irom Paducah will re
port here at 3 p. m. connecting with I. C
H. It. aud leave on her return trip at 4 :!10
In our river column yesterday in speak
ing of the Jan. Lee's time from Paducah to
Cairn, tho item read tbat the time was 3
hours aud 30 minutes, but we wrote it 3
hours and 5 minutes. Tho compositor
who set it up, we suppose; made thecbango
to suit himself.
The Hudson is due this evening for tit.
Louis. See W. P. Lambdin, Passenger
Agent, and get your tickets.
The Vint Bhinkle from Memphis will ar
rive to morrow evening on her up trip for
The City of Vicksburg leaves St. Louis
this evening for VicksLurg and will report
here to-morrow evening.
The City of Providence from Vicksburg
is due this evening for St, Louis.
David Martin employed on the barges of
the Jay Gould lying 40 miles below Mem
phis, fell overlMiard and was drowned
Wednesday night last. The deceased re
sided in St. Louis.
The City of St. Louis will receive a largo
amount of freight here to-day and depart
to-night for New Orleans.
The Golden Crown is due from New Or
leans this morning early for Cincinnati.
The Ste. Genevieve leaves here at 5 p. m.
to day tor St. Louis.
The reliable Jas. W. OafTia due to-night
for Memphis. For freight and passenger
rates see W. F. Lambdin, Agent.
The Wyoming will surely report here to
day for New Orleans.
The J. II. Hillman from Nashville ar
rived here yesterday moroing at 0 o'clock.
She had a good trip and left on her retnrn
trip to the Cumberland at 1 p. m. yester
day. Knterprising local agents wanted in this
town for an article that is sure to sell, live
druggists and grocers preferred. Address
Humiston Food Preservative Co., 73Kilby
LIST OK LKTTEHS REMAINING UNCALLED
KOU I.N THE I'OBTOKFICE AT CAIRO, ILL.,
8 ATI) KD AY, Jl'LY 28th, 1883.
Baker, Ada Bader, Fannlu
Brown, Fannie Berry, Mollie
Blanks, Ma'ie (col) Barium, Funoie
Calligban, Mary Cordelle, Laura
Camur, N .1 Daniels, Sowzer
Davis, Georgana Devanay, Causey
Kllntt, Jeby I Might, Lena
Fuller, Euima Jong, Hattie
Kincmn, Mrs Mathers, Lucy
May berry, Allice McKenay, Fannio
More, Sarah Norris, Clara
Purler, Mary Price, Charlotte
Uoberson, E M (2; llollios, Mrs.
Murturs, Maudy Sharp, Mary
Thouiiison. Kattiu Thacklin. Marv
Taylor, Francis Wbary, Annie
Amstine, II W Rusen, Alphcnso
Backer, Ssck Cowell, James G
Kliett, W G Franklin, W M (col;
Fish'T, J Gates, Henary
Gordon, J II Harris, Thomas
Hiu'ino. Peter Henagban, Herbert
Herd, Charlie Johnson. Henry
Johnson, Eddie Jewell, II S
Lee, Sing Murry, Thomas 11
Mergarick, Joe McCoy, Henry C
Msi-tin, Yost Mathers, Charles
O'brh n, John Patcher, Ssm
Pennington, E F Petterson, F U
Himsi v, Wm Redman, Bill
Ruse, j B Skacgs, Silas N
Shrouds, E C Schmillen, Christ
Lisk, Levi Theeler, Lem
Truines, Geo Thimek, Joseph
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertised.
Wm. M. Muurnv, Postmaster.
How to Shorten 1 ife.
Ipt lulmplu. You have only to take
la, sod ucitlort It. Aberosthy, the great
hriKllnli miration, asked a lady who told blm
lm only had a cotivh! "Wlmt mnlil inn havut
Ilia idoiiKiioy" Heware of "only con(!lin." The
r.ir.inF.-ii can iKiwrrur 08 curco oy on. nn.
It Al L's BALHAM, for th LUNOS. In Whoop
llllt L'lMUll aud L'rilUO It. ImmixtUtiilv ll.v lrl.
II a. and Is niro to jiipvont a fatal termination of
inn i iiipnn. 0o.u ny ail artiHRisU and dcalera lu
lr. Roger's Vegetable Worm Sj rnp.
Is onw ir t,e moat uloafant.or palatable pn'par
tluiin for wnrmi W8 have ever known. It lit rtior
ouiililynlUcacloim, nnd nmer rcunlrea any other
mcillc.liio to curry It off after ming It. Children
like It, as Ihtmiih It were honey I
Towuelcy'a Toothache Abu-dyne cures Instantly.
How foolish to be trying all the new
medicines that come out ! The old stand
by, "Liudsey's Blood Searcher," is all that
Since boyhood I have been troubled with.
Catarrh and Hay Fever, and have been un
able to obtain permanent relief until I used
l-ly's Cream Balm. It has cured me. E. L.
Cliekeiicr, New Brunswick, N. J. Trice SO
Prevent sickuess by taking occasionally
one of Emory's Little Cathartic Tills, a
wonderful appetizer, an absolute euro of
Hilioiisuess.lJ cents. (4)
For tho brain nnd nerve is what we need in
these days of rush and worrv. ' Parker'e
Ginger Tunlo restores the vital energies and
brings good health and joyous spirits
quicker than anything you can use. Trib
,, t A Card.
To all who aro lulforinff from tlio errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe tbat will cere you, fkkb
of ciiahoe. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister In South America,
bund a sell-addressed envelope to the K-v.
Joseph T. Inman, Station I)., New York
We cannot help noticing the liberal of fur
made to all invalids and sulferers by Dr.
Kind's New Discovery for Consumption.
You are rcnuestcri to cull at u,iy-iv
Bros' drug Htore, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if vmi am MitYi.rinrr m it h P, ,m.
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Loss of Voice,
Hoarseness, or any affection of the throat
nr langs. It will positively cure you. (())
Advice to Mothers.
Are VOU disturbed ar iii..lik.iul l,r.L.n
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying wiiq pain ot cutting teeth f It so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins-
low s nootning Syrup for Children Teeth-
mg. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the noor little, mitr.Ter immo.l.
lately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no miBiane about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrhoea, rcculatcs the stomach and bow.
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and tnves tone and
energy to tho whole system. Mrs. Wins-
low's Soothing Syrup tor Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of ooe of tlio oldest and best fcmalo
physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druinrists throutrlmttt
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
J. T. Huelbrd, Sheldon, III., says: l,I urn
selling Brown's Iron Bitters, and it yivta
A NouriHliinjr Wine.
Old and infirm persons need some mild
tonic or gentle stimulant, especially at this
eafon. I be wine made at Sneer s Mount
Prospect Vineyards, in New Jersey, calle
Speer's Port Grape Wine, is used in the At
lantic States the best tonic winu known,
and is regarded as pure, and is very popu
lar among physicians. It is especially
beneficial for females and old people. St.
To The West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, buttle direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louii and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand L':in a
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Curs of the ery
Crest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cnl
ifTii !nr;oct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made wilt
express trains for Kansas und Nebraska
At Omaha, connectiou is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line 'offers to parties enrotite to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
Scenery, as it passes through the riiiesl por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, Ac, of lliis
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. KlKNAN, F. CnANDLKIi,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gcu'l Pass Aci.t,
Work Given Out. On receipt of v.mr
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn $3 to $7 evenings, st your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls con do
it. II. C. Wilkinxon & Co., wr nnd 1117
Fulton Street, New York.
For Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression
of Spirits and Geneial Debility, in their
various forms; also as a preventive) against
Fever and Ague, and other Intermittent
Fevers,the "Ferro-Phosporated Elixir of
Calisaya," made by Caswell, Hazard & Cc,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, is the
best tonic; and for patients recovering from
Fever or other sickness, it has no equal. (1)
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A rnulr Omiluott of two medical
,llo(ff, lint l.een lunt'er eiiKitRed In the treat
ment of Chronic, Nervous, -km niul
llloo.i Dlseanej than any other iiliyblelnn In
(St. Louis, as city imper nbtw mid afl olil rol.
. 1ent know. Coimultatlnn -t otlU'nr St nmll.
fref mid Invited. A friendly talk or lln mltili,ii
cou notliliiir. V hen Itlaliioonventmittovlslt
the city .or treatment, mrillrliie can lie sent
bymallorexprena erervwhere. Cnraiile n"e
KiiaraiiU'eil ; where Uuubl exists it t frankly
tilled. Call or Wrlto.
Nnrvous Prostration, Debility, Mental anl
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin ArToe
tions, Old Sorts asd CToers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rhsumatltm Piles. Special
attention to cases from ovor-woi-ked hrain.
SURGICAL CASE8 receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excossos.
Indulgencas or Exposures.
't Is "'If-evldent that a liliyslelan payliiK
;.rtleulr attention to a chew ol'raxea aitalns
great MII, and ihvnleliniH In revulnr iraelei
all otit thn eonntry knowing tlilx, rreiitiHilly
rei'ninnnn.i easenlo the nldeali, litre In AneTlni,
wliern pvery known ntl tunt-c- In resnrted to.
and the proved (joint reiiK-il ii'x ol all
age ami eountrle are lined. A whole limine I
""''dfyrotlleMntiriMMi.it, all are (rented with
kill In a rei.eetrul manlier: ami, kinmlng
what to do. no experiments aiclnaile. iniiie
rnmi. of thn great nunilier applying, thn
diargr are kept low. often lower than I
(leiniuiiled by ,i liert If vim aeenrn the "kl'l
and getRHpeei'.y and tmrferl lit., cure, that !
Ill) Important matter. I 'u in . Ii U-1 . la) p;'irt..
aenl In any addret free,
plates. MARRIAGE GUIDE. ?&
Klegant rloth and gill hlndlng, f rilled fur W
renOi In Hnlagi, nr currency, (.iverlli'ly won
rntl pen iitetnrin, true to llfe.arllelexni llii
ollowliigaiili,..a, Whntnav marry, who not;
tyhyf Iroiwr se In marry. Who ninny It rat,
nnhooil, N'oiiihiiIi.vmI. flu eal rteeav" Mho
.ihcailil niam'. Mow I Ife and linppliitwa imiv li
Increaaed, Thnir. ninirlid nr eiinteniplallnij
marrying should read. It. ltontlilt.il ie read
oy all adult perxnn, thi n kept under lock and
key. ropnlarrdltlnn. Mn a nlxivr, hut paper
f over and HOO pane 6 tcuu br mall, lu muuvJ
State & Monro $!., Chicago.
Vi III.HIH artMtil tn liny .lctr llilf J
.AND CATALOGUE, i
ft liM, iWI w(n, M l'.niraHimt
f iHttruUvUt. Fit. Hi. (.'AM. Ittlu.
'i'nmponia LwnMi, C ip Iinp
HlAaklav Lkiinv Mttiirt Ktaftk. ni
mum lit at mi toi-uiii irumiciie ana
rriMt tat AiriftUilt kinds, aud LAUkMIM
1 1 ifflMaUEs
a W . "i-" "'" Buriiw:o
nnd a lllfist In.tnnt aBM Iful n
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Vltt Jolnta, WflaralBla,lAmoBack, Cramns. Tnoth.At he.l
ruiiiiiuiK u I'oweruo uiiuaivo Biiiuuiaut. eieo ftterreira Alumnae
VsKjourDniKKlstfdf It, l'rluo 50
iTcparrd only by JACOB S.
Whnleanlw Drngglat, gT.
NKW ADV KKTINB.MKNTN
TIRED ALL OVER.
What Ilcsted and iJrl'rci-liiid a Weary
.Man in Memphis. '
"No, II never amounted to an acute pain, hut cou.
'Iniied to he a dull weary ache. In Ihu email of my
hack," wrl'ca Mr. Jam. a ihomaa, of No 6 .Mailt,
on atru.'t, Mem ihl( Teim. ' Tnli w an n.d oi
perlftico, and llln hncainn dnll mnnlc. I was tired
all over, wlih pnlti In t lie lower lltnlm, and a habit
of lym awaku of nliihta. Herently 1 Irled one of
BKNSuN'S t'AI'CINK I'ultOL'a I'LATERS and
waa decidedly relieved within twenty-four h 'tira.
It may have linen Providence that did tlx wurk.
but 1 clve Hie credit to Ilenaon'a pomi planter "
Mr. 'Ihoinaa' rnvaruutial idea do hlui credit. bt
rrovldi tiro work by agents, and among them
Bonnoii planter rank ttrat an extcrual rtniedy.
It acta quickly In r. llel and healing, and roDclr
llfu better wo th living. Hrlco Sft centa l.nnklu
tho middle of the planter for tho word C'Al't'INK.
Ank yimr phyKirlana about it.
heuliiiry Jt Johuaoti, Chctiilnta, New York.
NOT BOOKS l.V MAO.'C, but choice, rlanalc llto
rnture, at price ho low aa to n ake the old-time
hook-buyer womikh. About 1 )r rV
or h ilf a million volumea imw IZf) 1 ' '10
rea.iy; puiiI anywheru fur exunilnation heforu pay
im lit, on evldunc.o of y .oU faith, NOi xohl by
dealer prlcea too low. W pagu Catalogue free.
JOHN II. AI.OKN, rulillKher, 18 Voauy St.,N. V.
(Jnt'f Tested Always i'referreil!
Thlf greBt remedy hua won lt way to the. high
et plm e In the eteem ol tho moat Intelligent pon
tile. There are dailv recruit lo It liust ol lriend.
Ita perfor 11111111 u ia invariably
BUTTER THAN ITS PROMISE.
It pivea tune, ond power. Kir complaint of tho
Kidney, Kowel. Stomach, l.lver and l.nng. for
all tlm uhtle troiihlea of women ami f.T tlioe
bodily diordur Induced by anxiety, r.aru and
mentiil strain. Ha ellecta will aurprlao and charm
you. It l rot an ea. ce of glnjjer. Delicious to
Ibo palnti;, an autldotu to the Imuur habit, and ex
ceedingly holpful to the aired and feeblii. file, and
Jl.OHBliie. UlSCuX 4 CO., New York.
Vouni Man. Middla
Men. anil all Men
iiidiacmtinna vill find
wli autfor (ruin
Allen'a Brain Kood tba
moat powerful Invigorant ever introduced;
once ruttnred by it there l no ralapae. Try
it: it never fail, il: 8 for i At Drua-
ginta. or by mail from Allen'a Pharmacy,
or mail from Alien a rnarmacy,
Avoh a e,
Tha fflnrt nf a mania
hla atrasKtb. If on
are weakonen aowa
ludv. nr bv early indla-
etBtinna, Allen'a Brain rood will perma
nently rentora all lot vigor, and atrengthan
all til a mimclenof Ur.ln anil Holv. ft' . a lor
M. At UfuRglate, or by mail Irom Allen'i
ufuRglate, or by mail Irom Allen
cy, 316 lat
Of tha manv nma.
diee before the publio
for Nervoua Debility
and waakneaaof Nerve
there ia none equal to Allen'a Drain Food,
which promptly and permanently restore
ell lot viKort it never fade. 111 pkg .ifor
uruggiau, or oy man irom Alien a
I o rtifoi
I M Far aovan year Allans
I 7 V Brain Food haa itood
lip IU J Uie atrongnsl teata aa
L LI U menu In curing
Debility, and reatorlng lint powora to the
weakened Oenerative Hyatem, and, in no
tnatance, haa it over failed; teatit. ftidfof
f .V At Druggist, or by mail from Allon't
cy, 315 lHt
Vall Meno aana In oorpore
III A I JVB aano:" "A aound mind
I I KRI in a aound body" ia the
III 11 trade mark of Allen'a
Brain Final, and we aa
aure onr readers that, if diaaatiiuled with
either weakneaaef Brain or Bodily iiowera,
thla rem.ly will permanently atrengthen
both, if 1. At Drugfiata, or by mail from
i. At Drugfiata, or by mail from
oy, 31ft Ut I
hervom Shock. HU VI-
tini Uanoe, I'roatratlon,
and all dlaoaaea of
Nerve Generative Orxana, are all perma
nently and radically cured by Allen'a Brain
r ooii, in a great noianicai reiueuy. v i pax..
e (or At uniitsitta, or By mail in
-At bruugnii, or by mail from
I Allen'a Brain Food
III IlIIV" botanical eatraot
1 1 rli i itr"n",u,n" he Hria
La Li la I U J," rvou'a Uebtfity.'iJor
vnuannaa. Hoadaobe. nnnatural loiaea, and
allwealcneaaof GenwatlwByaUmi it tu
l pk.. for .-At UrngKiata, or
il from Allen's l'harinaoy, 815 lrat
TXaearn, Pro penalty ana
I'aMioa o r I n a a Man-
kind nninherleaa all-I
menta. foremoat anions'
h'ervom liability and unnatural weakneaa
of Uuiieraiiv Uraain; Allen'a Brain Fovd
noceiwfiilly overoomea thnne troubles and
rest ore the suOerer to hla former vigof. t
tnem are nervooaneaa,
tveuuo, Jiow Yurk City.
I A (iiiwtirful neudjuliuiicom
'iNMvrt tnostly ul fcaaeutlal Ullt
"""wn- 00 coiiconinneu tnai a
win ranatrau to th vary Bona,
A . ti ,.7 . .. Z '.TT '
inKiTraiiio aiiecta or any kiiki. ji
liaiM nr n any part ul tho Myatem
mUna In the 8timi., T .
eti pur lHitfle
NKW A 1V KHTIHK f KNTH,
By addruaaluir OKO. 1. ItOWELI. 4 CO., 10
Spruce Ht., New Vorlt, can learn the exact cost of
any proponed Una of advarileliiK In American
Nnwpapur. IdflOO fnu I'umphlet 10 cents.
POUT GIIAPE WINE
. l'.i'l 'IS
Spkeii's Port Grape Wine !
FOUR YEALS OLD.
riMII8 CKI.EBItATKD NATIVE WIN K Is made
-l from tile Juice of tho Oporto rapc, ralaed la
thl country. Ita invaiuanio tonic ana trcni'in.
cnlnif prapertiea are unsurpassed bv any oilier
Native wiuo. II.iuk tiiu pnrejutra or tuo urape,
produced under Mr. S peer a own peraonal supurvi
ion. Us ii n i i t v and cctiulnt uuas, am etiarautued.
Th-i vouiiest child m.iy partake of Us iteneroua
qmilttiee. and the wonko-t Invalid no it to silvan,
tauo it Is parllcularlv betieOUal to Ibo aud and
debilitated, and 'tilted tu the various ailment that
all'ect thn weaker sex. It Is tn every resnoct A
WINE TO UK KKI.IKH ON,
Spar's P. J. Sherry.
The lV J. SIIKItKV Isawlno of Superior Char-
acUir and . artako of Hie rich qual ttlus of the kr ape
from wh cn il la made For l'urlty, Klchuos, Fla
vor and Medicinal Properties, it will he foand un
Sneer s P. .T. liranuy,
ThlsllKANDY alaurts unrivaled In this Country
belnufar superior for medlnlnal purpose. It is a
pure diet Illati'.iii Iro n the urape. and c.onis'ns val-
uaoie mcintinai protHri lea. iinnaai neiic.atis ua
vor. liu'lurio that of ihu irrapes, frotn which It la
distilled, and ia In ureal favor aniuntr llrt-clss
fatullns. rtee thut the signature of AI-FUKI)
HI'KKIt, I'a-rBlc, W . J Is over the cork ol each
S6ld Bv PAUL SC1IUTI
AND BY DKUOOISTS KVF.R YW ItE.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
TfllllC mitl Mk(.hHo ApplU
nni'tMiiuid ItHrnitnta r a
i Mirerurw for NtrvuimlVMl
Ity, rtirulyiiiii, hUfuaiiitiara
V.. II....... I.'.k.....,tt,,.t I
ii ie'ij,i.iiaysiiuu, Asimm
1 uf Vltrtl ttriArtfr, Overwork
ul nmtn, uri, Kia-
ney, lJvnr, mud htomnoQ
cmiiinlntti, nail Nren'Iupt
vttry lfUHSt liii.
) roved, nnd o
from MlHiuid nil
otbur. aa thvf
iuoidH, CMUilna do
aorwft, nor Irrttft
tinD nftliA k io-
ii n ne worn nl
work n wrII m
rwdt only not tow
nt ttHictft of ml
In oriwDMllt. lu.t) ror MEN ONLY nt ones rttnoQ
the tt of (limtiixH, Hft they mt iltrtM't upon Nnrrotit,
MuifuUr, und iluHnitlT ('mitt,. ,Mllly rtttriDii
Urn viUIKy wbii'h in Kluctrlcfty tinunod from tho aye
Inm by ext:ti or lndiiirtioiiR, llifjr thtm In n nHlurnl
way ovHrcouiA thn wtiknttii without dniKKintt the atom'
arh. Thnjr will curn nvnry vrnm nhort of ntrucl iirul dn
KWDBrHtton, and wo nr iriired to furoifh the moat
etnt'hHilo itDtt uhiiiti)tH proof to aupport our clnimn,
lllutitrntwl i'uiUl'hltjt Frof .or axnt for Ho poatnit,
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Marly ViK-or in Youtinr, Midillc-Aned and
Old Mj'ri.i"" multer Innu wlutl oiiiit'. In Ker
vous Dtildllty, r.xhnustton, Impotency,
Sminat Weiihntsa, inul kimlreil n il iiifiitH,
llila ht.inda.ni Komoi'y is a certain cure.atnl
to all such anilerrrs. no send u statement nt
their troubles, a ti:intity Hiiilieiont to rot j It
vlrtuo will hp sent Free of Cost. Adilreas,
NEUROZONE MEDICAL CO.,
P. Ot Bos 2404. St. Louis, Mo,
tipesdlly mined by the uie of lilaUnm Treats
sstMt, nhiflii siredually cures Nervoaa Ivbll
tty, lioet TlrllHy. rmmaitare lfmy, and
11 tvuhle arising rnm ovswosk and sseeases,
tanplrsf Vlmllne mailed ffs, Ib
drsssuiK llr. Whlttlor, ft Kacatfl.. Clnoioaatf . O.
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