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Tho Daily Bulletin.
The Eugagod Girl.
Eiitfftftoi youn-r linlicm uru thu pro
scribe! wiill-lliwer of Hoci!(y. Tho
vast iiiiijorily of tlit-in urn pretty, or
limy would not Im uiiiic'I ; Itut Ihiw
liiuny of tlimn wnar out ilicir bounty In
tho vuin hope that minmnoiit will
nimiti uiurriue, nml that intirriau will
nicim liiippincs.s. Kvcry jrirl who ijoch
to ImlU ami piirtion, lo tho opera ami
riwo rwii'ti d;s. to Hiirntoii, or 011 ono
of tho fashionuhlo Hleuniers to Kuropo,
etui tell you that should ono of theso
doomud onus attract tho atlonlionof tho
othor hcx mjllieicntly to provoko an in
quiry a tnniimi) and Ktaliou.it Millionth
to kill nil interest in her to answer:
"That's Mins So-and-M). Shu's en
gaged !" As for tho engaged one, if
Klin ho a faithful swwlheart, kIio is
houud lo coimidor her.solf as homebody
labeled and tieketed. and laid by for
future use. Knowing tho irrational
jealousy of man, she devote all her
thoughts to appearing aliovn tlio susi
ciou of llirtalioii or oven above tho
suspicion of taking tho remotest interest
in any male human being other than
he who has laid a first and second
mortgage on hnr, and may he nourish
ing a free foot ami a fellow to it at tho
very moment sho is pining iu tho metn-
1)horieal but tangible wood of widow
lood. If sho be, on tho other hand,
what is termed a "lively" girl, and
cannot understand why fi young lady
who is engaged should make a Hoeial
mummy of herself, and mixes inno
cently, but joyously, in the ordinary
pleasures of girls of her age, sho is open
to tho barest misconstruction of her
own sex and will surely incur it
There is not a society girl who reads
theso lines who cannot call to mind an
instance iu her own circle of acquain
tance where the conduct of a fellow fe
male of her coterie innocent enough
in itself has not been stigmatized by
persons of her own ago and si.-jt hs
"outrageous," simply because sho had
tho misfortune to be "cngagod."
Kven tho wife is more free from es
pionage than tho engaged girl. Tho
wife, at all events, has the fact to fall
back upon that sho has n husband. lie
is supposed to be, and iu the va.it major
ity of cases is, the In.'! judge of what
his wifo ought to do and say, an I where
(the ought to go, and with whom,
whether ho is along or not. Any per
son, therefore, who runs the rik of
otlending tho wife makes a certainty of
offending the husband, and it is this
fact which makes the society and the
conversation and even I lie presence of
young married women ho delightful
m American social life. With the
engaged girl, who is tied up equally as
ad tight domestically, and infinitely
more so social It, the case is very dif
ferent. The mere fact that sho is
engaged bring down on her an arrow
from every female belt. Sho is. and she
knows she is, the target for the very
sharpest weapon of female archery. If
wounded she has no husband to fall
back upon ; and her instinct teaches
her that the arrow which has pierced
her own breast would doubly rankle in
the breast of her lover if she were to
call upon him to pull it out. Her only
safety is in the belief that it is not there,
lie in the meantime, secure of the prize
which lie has set asnle pretty union as
he sets a-ide a lox f collars to utilize
when, in hi judgment, the proper time
has come is pp'tty much of a privi
leged character in social life. KiMi
avenue and Murray Hill can furnish
any day of the week a hundred such.
There is no restraint placed upon him
in society. He is ju.-t a welcome to
balls and parties, ami to lead the (ir
tuari, while he is merely engaged, h he
would lie if iie had just leit I he paternal
nest. Far-.-ighied mothers, who know
that ri out of ten engagements never
conic to anything, do not frown upon
their daughters, who, not being them
selves engaged, tike a delighted idea-
sure in showing themselves oil' at their
best advantage before hmi. a pur.-u;t in
which thev are treat Iv abetted bv the
knowledge r report that some other
woman li.i hail l.'ie impudence to get a
lien upon him. A York Journal.
. . wP &m - " "
Workers who Aro Unlike yot Iutrda
It is the order of certain minds to
give admiration to that which is far re
moved in kind from themselves. Em
erson eulogized the practical worker
, aud estimated more highly the visible
results of such a man's labor than all
tho philosophy ho spent his whole life
in uttering. Morse, who will always
bo known as the inventor ot the teie
' irratdi. on the other hand, showed him
self extremely sensitive to tho fact that
his reputation as n painter seemed like
ly to be overshadowed by his famo as
an electrician, and that as an iirii-t ho
would be forgotten. No doubt Dick
ens, Scott and Thackeray rated them
selves as dreamers in the world com
, pared to tho founders of railroads and
the kings of manufacture and agricul
ture. Nor is it, less improbable that tho
greatest of inventors have sat down in
silent worship beforo tho genius of
Shakspearo ami me lesser poets nun
the historians who record what such
men as tlunisclves have wrought. In
reality, tho practical and imaginative
workers nro interdependent. They
draw inspiration irotn the achieve.
ments of each other. How much the
' ono gains front tho example portrayed
; in literature, or the other linds in tho
practical advances in civilization, tho
stimulus that makes tho poet, historian
or philosopher, it Is not possible to
compute. Hut wo have many Individ
ual assertions proving that tho direct-
ing power of lives are sucli inlluonces
as these. isohhm ih'.mm.
May It Pr-v i Truo,
It Is reported that it is tho purpose of
Samuel J. Tildeii to leave a large mon
ument to his name In the gift to tho
citv of New York of tho niagnilicetit
J , i . I...... i i.. i'
mansion JUSl couipieuai in wniiinTi-
rark, together wtt n an iw ncn irons-
urns of rare hooks and works of art.
Tho library contains tlio largest and
1 most valuable collodion of books in
w i . . . . .....I,. .....
New loi'K, 11 not in tins counuy.
Mnnv timet vou want to keen most or fish
for several days. Lay It in a lolutlon of
Hex Magnus over night and you can keep
it tor weeks. You can also keep milk a
week or more by stirring In a littlo of the
"Snow FlaW brand. 1
W. K .'aMHIIIN. ri"lf t-llll'irill i MR Hl'I.I.KTlH
nml Mrnnilmut paiaaimnr a,'i'lit. Opium for nil
Lliiilmir HIcinilinHt IdIi ImiuiIiik Hollr.ltuil, Uluce
ul llowor'i tturounau lluVcl. No; 74 Ohio luvuu.
b'l'AOKS OK Til K UIVKII.
The rivi r marked by the gunge st this
port lust evening fit 8 o'clock II) feet 5 in
cues snd falling.
ChatttriongH, July Ul. Uivtr 1 feet 6
St. Louis, July ai.-K'.v.jr 18 feet 0. in
ches and falling.
Cincinnati, July 31 River 13 feet 8 in
ches and rising.
Louisville, July 31. Hiver 0 feet 0 in
ches and rising.
Nashville, July 31. -Hiver 2 feet 5 in
ches and rising.
rittshurg, July 31. Hiver 7 feet 0 in
ches uud tailing.
The Ous Fowler trom Paducsh will re
port here at 3 p. m. connecting with I. C
H. It. and leave on her return trip at 4 :30
The Sic. Genevieve arrived hero last
evening at 2:30. She received .about 100
tons of pig iron besides a lot of miscellan
eous freight and departed for St. Louis at
0 p. m.
The heavy rains of Monday and Tuesday
morning seem to have been general and
will have a tendency to swell tho rivers
Tho Andy Iiaum from Cincinnati is due
for Memphis this morning early.
The Golden Rule from Cincinnati is due
for New Orleans to morrow.
The U. P. Schenck from New Orleans
wjll report here to day for Cincinnati.
The one hundred days exposition opens
to-day at Louisville. It you want to take a
trip cheap, call on W. F. Lambdin, Passen
ger Agent, and get your round trip tickets
The J. II. Hillman from Nashville is due
to-morrow evening and leaves here on her
return trip Friday morning.
The Jas. W. Gaff from Memphis will re
port here for Cincinnati to morrow even
ing. The C-otiB. Millar leaves Cincinnati this
evening for Memphis.
The John A. Scudder from New Orlears
passed up lor Bt. Louis last evening.
The Bella Memphis from Vicksburg is
due this evening for fit. Louis.
The Hudson leaves St. Louis this evening
for Suawneetown aud will report here to
The City of Baton ltouge leaves St. Louis
for New Orleans at 5 p. m. to-day.
The City of Providenco from St. Lois is
due this evening for Vickaburg.
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THE GREAT GERMAN
M II A I Ml,
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Ill ItNS, h AI.IM,
Ami all oilier bodily aolm
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
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Dl'llllTH. pliwtluiis Iu 11
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u A V(K,.l.f.R t CO )
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h Hi noianimiaiiuuiii
Thit elegant dreuing
U prefemd by thine
who have used it, to any
similar article, on ac
oount of Its superior
cleanlineu and purity.
It contain material!
only that are beneficial
Rettom thi Youthful Color to Grey or Faded Hair
I'.irker'i Hair Datum li finely perfumed and U
warranted to prevent falling of the hair and lo re
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A Superlatlvi Health and Strength Rutonr.
If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
overwork, or a mother run clown by family or homo
hold dutiei try Pahker'h Oingkr Tunic.
If you are a lawyer, minuier or buiineiu man ex
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If you havo Comitmption, lypepsia, kheuma
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If you are waiting away from age, diaaipation or
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I haa uved hundred! of Uvea) it may lave youra.
I CAUTION l-Bffuw all mbrtllulM. Puktr'i fllnrrt Tonlo la
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dilfrrtat fmra prrparalloni el ln(r aloaa. Snd far circular 10
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GREAT SAVING BUYING DOLLAR Siac
III rich and tailing fragrance haa matte thii
delinhtfiilpertumeeacetdiiigly popular. Then
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ton Coloums and look for ilgnature of
n (vary Mile, Any intfA or daakr la pfrTumar
an lupply ym, n and II nt iIim,
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fkw Ditors applied to the stirfoco will Penetrate to the very Bone,
:ind almost Instantly RELIEVE PAIN! It will not Soil Clothing-,
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lifts no KQHAf. for tho Cwrof
Stilt' Joints, NfioraliEla, JLame
Sore Throat, Fains In the Limb or many purt oi tlio hystem
mid Is vqually tlllciuMiniH for till pains in tun Stomach and Bowels
requiring a powerful dltluslvo rHlinulaiit. Hue Mernll' Almannn.
Ask your I)niKlst for It. Trice 60
Prepared only by JACOB S.
TIRED ALL OVER.
What Rostt'il and Rofri'slicd a Weary
.MaD 1Q Ml'llllllllH.
No. 11 nevoramountod loan acnto tialn. hut f.on-
IriUfd to he a dull wuary arho lo thu cm nil of my
hack," wrlM-a Mr. Jami' 'I horriHM, of No. 59 Madl
aou lrot, Memahla Tunn ' 'Tills wai an old uz-
piTit'Dce, ann lite nucam drill mitalc. 1 waa tired
all over, with pain In the lower llmba.aod a habit
of lying awake ofnluhla. Kici-ntly 1 tried one of
HENSON'H OAPCISK POROUS PLASTKI18 and
waa decidedly relieved within twenty-four butira.
It may have been Providence that did the work,
hut I give the credit to llenaon'a poroua Dlaater "
Mr. 1 homaa' reverential idea dues him credit, but
rmvldi'uce works by agtnta, and among them
Hunaou'i plaater rankn Urat aa an external remedy,
it acta quickly In relief and healing, aud renders
life better wortlHlving. Price 25 couts. Look In
the middle of the plaater for the word CAPCINE.
yiakyour physiclana about it.
eeaDury jonnson, fuemisii, new York.
NOT BOOKS OF MAGIC, but choice, rlaaslc lite
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PARKER'S (JINGER 1'ONKJ
Once Tested Always Preferred
This Treat remedy has won Its way to the high
est place Id tho eateem ol the most Intelligent peo-
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is performance is invariably
BETTER THAN ITS PROMISE.
It elves tone and power. For complaints of the
Kidneys, Bowels, btomacb, Liver aud Lung, for
all the subtle troubles of women and for thoie
bodily disorders Induced by anxiety, care and
mental strain, its effects will surprise and charm
you. It la not an ense ce of elniter. Delicious to
the; palate, an antidote to the liquor habit, and ex
ceedingly helpful to the aged and feeble, .'oc. and
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
Tb Howtud f iAlTnnle Hb.l
nod our other hlftctroGal
thoIo ftod Mniirio A.'pll
adcmi und (jArmenti r a
Ity, I'aralynU, HheooiHtiim
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ed briilD, Weak Back, Kid
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' comilitintA, and nrdadupu
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very .Hiest lm
pruredf and en
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other, aa they
ttclda, ciiDB oo
mnmt nor IrrtteV
tloa ofthe skin
can be worn al
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aile to wearer.
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Mun-utar, aod (ntoemtlve rentera. atreedily restoring
theTlullty-whlcti l KlHctrlrlty drained fromtheaya
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way overcome the weakottu without dnitftdnii the atom
aoh. Tbey will cure every eaee short of etruotural de
irenerHtioa, sad we are prripared to furnlnh the moat
emiihaiic tmd ahuilute proof to anpDort our claims,
Illustrated htimphlet Free .or snt aetilfd for 60 poatHKQ,
ConiulUtlon f AMERICAN GALVANIC CO.
Trs larlted f 3 1 2 N. 6th St., St. Loult.M1"-
Is not a triumph of science, but Is a revilatlon
through the instinct of the nnttitored savage, and
Is a C'ltnpli'tc antldute to all kinds of Blood Poison
and Skin Humor.
Swlft'i Specific hits cured me of Scrofuln, which
Is h redliary In my funuly. I have suffered with
It for many vearf, and havo tried a great many
ph s ciatia and all ports of tretment, but to no
furpose; and whi'n I began to hike Swift's hpiclfln
waa In a horrible condition; hut thanks to this
gn at reined , I am rid of the dlsenae. There la
no doubt mat It I the great st medicine Iu exlat
enre, aud I hope any who doubt will write to me.
. C. HAWKS, Jit.,
A flar 111 iTiirln rv luninrvArju mudsi urith analnftil
Tlrw 'I tittup ami Isulnn i.anw nriuaitinria I aa-am a
iviiwn mm iijihk Minuj iiirnii,uii)P t nun nt
)HKt . rellvvod by tho uu of Swlft'n Hper.illc. and I
Ml .'..It.. 1 la t ..tl I ... I I .. .1 Itl . . . .1
wuiw uiiv roviiui uivuu 11 man Pimimny piiikhuu.
1 1 . t ti i 1 1 11 a
will bu paid to any Chemist who will fliid rn
anal)la of 1IH1 hotllea b. S. one particle of
Mi rcuty, Iodldo 1'otuaniutn, or auy mineral snh
TUB SWIFT SPKCIKIO CO.,
Drawer II. Atlanta, fa.
Ifr-Wrlto for thu littlo Hook, which will ho
Price! Hmull sl.e, gl 01 per bottle. LarRv slxo
(hn'illng ilouli o quant ly) gl.7 bottle. Alldrtii;
It. It. TIME t.'AHI) AT CAIKO.
1I.I.1N0IM CI..NT11AL It. H.
Tra.ns Depart. Trains Arrive.
U .. 1 1
HM a.m. I tMiill 1:05 a m
.11:10a in. 'Kxnress iflOa.m.
8 !0 p.m. lAccom 4:15 p.m.
N. o. li. it. (Jncksoii route).
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10 mia.m. Jfipres ....10:30 a.m.
.H:tHI d id.
kt. l. 0. n. it. (Nrtrrow-traiiL'e)-
Kxpri ss 8:00 tt.m. Kxpress 1:1" m'
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cU per buttle
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FOUR YEARS OLD.
THIS CELEBltATED NATIVE WINE Is made
from the Juice of the Oporto Orape, raised In
this country. Its Invaluablo tonic anil strenitn
ening properties are unsurpassed bv any other
Native Wine. Being the pure Julco of the Grnpe,
produced under Mr. Speer's own personal snpervi
sion, ita purity and genuine netis, are guaranteed
Th" vnnni'at child inur oartake of Its geueroui
Qualities, and the weaket Invalid nse it to advnn
.. . , d.l..l t. .kn .1 .n
tage It la particularly beneficial to t-hc aged and
debilitated, and suited to the various aliments that
affect the weaker sex. it is in every respect A
WINE TO lit UEI IEII ON.
Sneer's ' P. J. Sherry.
The P. J. 8HEHKV Is a wlno of Superior Char
acter and i artakesofthe rich qualities of the grape
from wh'ch it is made Kor I'nrlty, Itlchness, Kia
vo and Medicinal Properties, it will be louud un
Speer's P. .T. Brandy.
Thla BKANDV stands unrivaled in this Country
being far superior for medicinal purposes. It l a
pure distillation Iron the grape, and r.on'alui val
uable medicinal properties. It has a delicate fla
vor, simtlarto thaloMhe snipes, from which It is
distilled, and is In great favor among flnt-cUas
families. Bee that the signature of AI.KKED
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Sold Bv PAUL. SC1IUTI
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A rmilir Qrailut of two medical
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Incnt iif C'hrouu', Nervoua, rUln nul
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St. Lull Is. as city pnpi M kliew and all old r.-sl-dents
know. CeiisiiUatlin ..t nilli eor by mall,
free and Invited. friendly talk or hla opinion
rosti nothing. When It Isinennvenleiil toUlt
ilie city .r treatment, lnedleln.'S can lie Bent
liy mail or express evervw here. Cnraide ute
gunranU'i'd; where doiibt exlats It Is frankly
atated. Call or V rile.
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental aiid
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
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Marriage Eheumatism Tiles. Special
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SUBOICAL CASES receive special at tention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Exoesset,
Indulgencas or Exposures.
It Is self-evident that a physician paying
particular attention to aeluaaofrai.es Httalns
great skill, and physicians Iu regular practice
all over the country knowing this. fretintly
recommend eases to the nldeht i.lllee In America,
where every known appliance Is resorted to.
and the proved nooil r-mil-ii of all
ages and countries are used. A whole house l
used forolllce purimsea, ami all are treated with
skill In a respeelful manner; and, knowing
what to do. no exjierl nients are niaile. On ac.
conn-, of the great iiiiiiiIkt applying, the
charges are kept low. often lower than Is
demanded by olliera If you secure the skl'l
and get a speedy mid perfect lito cure, thai la
the Important matter. Pamphlet, IKI pagea,
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plates. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages.
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