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BI ttrmrc at om- went th" o!d sun clow II,
Hidden Link ot u cuit. tin of nun,
And tlii' hiiirx urn blight o'er llii' baptized
And tlio west wind Ik living ugnm.
Drlppliigdown from the t-Mvr of tho shadowy
Fall llii' dmiiH tlml have ri-l'-d awhile;
And the llii-lly' gli-iitu is u pod'" thought
txinii For a moment to brighten, I prulii.
Allmy follow aro dumb, fur old HlumlM-r liaa
And has loidod tin in mio In- arms;
While in y licint Inn a Joy in this newfound
in this solllulu'. strengthening i harms.
And f mud" a grimace in the world's proud
And I liiiiiihat the trouble there nro;
Forth:" living's u Joke mid this dniimiiig's hut
Good night to thi Niirht, and cigar.
"No," Naiil Mr. Tawcrs, "I will riot
hnvo a 'To Lft' on tin,' Iiousp. I am a
dt'M'cniltiut of tint ani'ii-nt family of tliu
lirolnliu'tin-. ami I lo not. cIihihu to
fort'L-'i tin-jirivilff.s of I ri fi"--i-ut. '
"Hut, mother," siiil Ji'iiiii'tt)', riviilv
to Inir-t into tears, "wliitt an1 wn to ilo?
Tim latiilloril has ionic privileges, I
suppose, as ( II as we! Ami since von
have ilctcnnineil to take a eotia'e in
Fonlliain for the summer "
'Not that I have any objections,''
naiil Mrs. Powers, loftily waiu her
ilan'hter's romon-d rutin . away, "to
any stri'tly repectahli! party viewing
the premises at reasonable hours. What
I mean is, that I ileeline to have my
lioii.t p!a aiile.l n, like a harain at a
dry l'ooiIs siorc. Ami I have toM the
lamllonl o. Ami if Ih.riM -ec-i a 'To
IH" on the ilour-po.it, she iias strict or
ders to jn out ami remove it with a
scrubbing brush ami a pail of warm
"Mama is so impracticable," said
Louisa, tlx; vounest daughter, who
Was herself Well over the thirties'.
" )f course," dished Jeimctte, "if a
house is to let, it's to let."
"The blood of IJrnlidiiinas has
never yet been subjected to insult,"
said Mrs. Powers, w ith her K itnaii noo
hi;rh iu the air, "and it ncvershall be!"
Mr. Pridiiatn Powers adheri-d to her
word. Twice durin,' th iiioruiuz a
youn man w ith a blue p!aid m-ektie
and a pencil L. liin I ii ear. t ame and
wafeie'l llj) the ohll"!o',N siieiri of pa
per with the live f:it i i i ; t . -k li-lli'l's which
the (li-sei ttt:itit of the Urobdin'iiaS
COIlhl SO illy tolerate, twice Jlniva. sal
lied forth. :i sunn as In- had turned the
corner, ami obliterated every traceof it.
.Jelllielte crieil: l.ouivt laughed. Mrs.
Power sat like an finprc in her easy
ch:rr aid dul crcwcl-w oik.
I'ntil. toward dusk, t.'te yoiii!' man
requested special audii'iicc of the old
"Now, ma'am, sec here," said he,
"this 'ere ain't biisines-. And our eov
ertior he's itimfundei."
Your eprcsions. youii man." said
Mrs. power-', "are incomprehensible to
inc. If you are tne bearer of an errand,
vou will please to communicate it at
"It's a Judicial Court oil'inee,
ma'am," said the mohi man, "to tear
down the landlord's biils."
Mrs. Powers went calmly on with her
crewel-work Louisa and .Jennette ex
changed terrilied glances.
"Hiit," added the messenger, "Mr.
Holts says as how, if you've ot an in
Buperaldo olijection to them bills, he'll
send people between ten and four, only
real, bonn-fH- customers, ma'am. Will
that do? And we won't put up no no
tice." Mrs. power rellected for a moment
or two, and i m-ti remarked frigidly,
that "she supposed it would ha.; to
Ami the yoiin man with the blun
plaid necktie, and tin; pencil behind his
oar, went away rejoicing.
At ten o'clock precisely the tict day,
there appeared a new iicur upon tin;
Hccne. Dorctis came slr.iill nj: upstairs
with the tidings that "a in. m wanted to
SCO the missus."
"I do not purpose to show evcrv im-
Iinrtincnt strnmrer over the place, ' sai
Irs. Powers, "You mav tell him so,
"Please, mum." Kiid Dorcis. "I axed
him wouldn't I do as well? And he
said 'no.' He wanted to see Mis. Pow
Mrs. Powers rose, adjusted the rib
bons in her cap, took oil her eyc-irlasscs,
ami sailed down the stairs like a revenue-cutter
under full headway.
Tim sheets of music were scattered
over tho piano, just as Louisa hiul lefl
tliein when she lied precipitately at the
sound of tho door-hell, thn vUnjnx was
iimlustoil. tho coals sulked behind tho
blowi-r, ntid j-osterilay's boqtiet was ly
ing In a Venice "das.s.
Altogether, tlio room was comfort
loss onmiph. us Mr. John Johnson stood
in tho middle of It, his licit, under his
arm, his portly lijjurn outlined against
tho window from which Dorcas had just
boon takinjr down the curtains.
"I called, ma'niu " hegan Mr.
"Preliminaries are needless," said
Mrs. Powers, with a wave of the hand.
"I am quite cognisant of vour business,
"Oh," said Mr. Johimon, "I didn't
"Yew," said Mrs. Powers. "Wo
havo been so tormented with applicant
"Eh, hnvo you?" said Mr. Johnson.
"I was givun to understand that I wae
the first, mm."
"Nothing of that, sort," said Mrs.
Powers. "If there has been one person
here on the same business, there ha.
been a dozen."
"IIumph!"tiiiid Mr. Johnson, in a per
"I)h yes," said Mrs, Powers, "I
know ali about it. If you decide in the
iiU'u uiative.yon w ill have but a had bar
gain of it."
"1 didn't expect, to hear anything ol
that sort," said Mr. Johnson.
"His not usual, I believe," said Mrs
Powers; "hut. I feel it neither more tif)i
less than my duly to warn all strangers.
Of course you have been deluded with
false representations and glilteringgen
I'lalilics. I speak the truth. A mouldy
old thing, tottering to the very founda
tions, badly in lice 1 of paint, ami, I re
gret toaihl, infested with vermin."
".Madam," shouted Mr. Johnson, "J
will not stand hero and listen to thesi
foul aspersions on one who is as gour
ami pure as she is beautiful!"
, Mrs. Powers retreated behind the hip
book-case, appalled by the sudden Hp
prehension Ihat.sho was confronting c
"And I am amazed to listen to sue!
remarks from the lips of her own moth
er, also!" exclaimed Mr. Johnson. "Al
I ask is to see her for myself to assert
her how little all thes; cruel asx-vera
tiotis atVeet my constancy. If ever t
human creature wore the angelic, shape,
ic was my Louisa."
Al this moment Miss Louisa herse
came in. her crimps loosened from tin
coiilining hair-pins, her calico wtappei
exchanged for a more ''ceoming gar
inent of pah'-bluc cashmere, faced wit!
"Mama," she cried, "what is thi
niatii i ? John!" wiih a w cll-simulatec
start of amazement, tliis is ncvei
Mrs. Powers, slowlv recovering her
nrpianimity once more, emerged cau
tiously from behind the edge of the
"There is some most extraordinary
misunderstanding here," said she
"This gentleman, then, is not an itiner
ant vicwerof domiciles in other word,
a house hunter."
"What on earth should I hunt houses
for, ma'am?" said Mr. Johnson, w axing
a little irritable, when I've got a good
red brick mansion of mv ow n, with gas,
water and steam-heat all complete!"
"Mama," said Louisa, prettily em
barrassed, "it's Mr. Johnson." Mr.
Johnson, allow nit; to present you to
my mother. Hear, dear, this is very
"I should think it was!" curtly re
marked Mr. Johnson. "I cotne hers to
ak permission to pay my addresses to
Miss Louisa Powers, and I am tojd,
w ith no more ceremony than one would
expect from a chimney sweep, that she
is a mouldy old thing, and want's paint,
and nobody know s w hat else!"
"I -I meant the bouse!" stammered
Mr. Powers, for once losing the self
povsc.Mon which had always distin
guished this descendant of the Hroh
dingnag". "(iood gracious tne! The idea of
Louisa, there, being mouldy! Why,
ju-t look at her."
Mr. Johnson did look at Louisa.
Louisa looked at him. Hoth hurst out
laughing. For the fair damsel in ques
tion, although she was two-and-thirty,
wa still roy, fresh, and blooming, with
a little dimple in her left cheek, ami
a tigure as trim as that of any chit of
"Pray except my apologies, sir," said
Mr. Powers, gradually recovering her
"I'll accept anything, ma'am," said
the good-natured bachelor, "if you will
consent to my marrying this lovely
"lion't John," simpered Miss Loui.sa.
"Hut it's tint truth, ' stoutly declared
Mr. Johnson, "and I'd like to hear
anyone dispute it !"
I Jut the little Iove-pasagt was cut
short by a ring at the door-bcll and the
sound of a hoarse voice, enquiring, "Is
thi house to h't?"
The powers f:im!ly went to pordham
on the Itt'st of May to reside in a ear
wiggy little cottage, where there were
more honeysuckles than modern con
vi nieiices but the fair Louisa did not
accompany them. She, a a bride,
took possession of the red-hrick bouse,
with the steam-heat and patent ventila
tion all complete.
"Uitt, dear me," said Jenuetto, when
she was helping drape the white miisliti
curtains in Mrs. Johnson's boudoir,
"how near mama came to breaking up
"Nothing would have broken tip the
match," said Mrs. Johnson calmly.
"Dear John loved me too well for that!
And there's one thing to he thankful
for-we own our own premises, sothat
the house can never, bv any possibility,
be 'To Let !' " ' "
In thi) Hay aud Harvest Field.
People drink too copiously of ice-cold
water, and every .summer tho list of
deaths from this cause is it long one.
Kxcessive drinking of ice-cold water be
comes as much of a habit us some other
forms of drinking. If ice-cohi water bo
used to reduce the temperature of ordi
nary Well-water, "half-and-half," it
will be found to quench thirst quite as
readily as when taken into the stomach
at tho melting point of ice (U'J : ), ami
there will he no danger of stinstroko
and sudden prostration in the hay field, "
Still better Ihan iee-watcr is some pre
pared drink, to ho taken in moderate
quantities. Nothing is belter for those
who work in the hay and harvest field
than the old-fashioned "Switeholl."
This is waler, sweetened with molasses,
to which are added vinegar and ground
ginger. Wn do not know of any tielinito
proportions, as the ingredients aro usu
ally mixed "accord i n sr to taste." it. u
a most refrcshingdraiight, and if cooled
by adding n moderate quantity of ice,
tho ginger prevents any unpleasant ef
fects, Another capital drink for work
men in the field is "Tea Punch." Make
strong tea, sweeten it, and then squeeze
into it the juice of one or more lemons,
This may also be cooled hy adding ice
in moderate quantities, and thoso"who
like tea at all, will prefer l! to any other
harvest drink. Strong coll'ee, wiih sug.
nt and milk, placed on leu until will
cooled, Is an excellent drink for tho
Hold, Amrriran Atrirutturist.
Tho stylish nmte for a ciambako,
down la Uliodo Island, is "bivalve festival."
CAIRO BPLLKTW: THURSDAY MORNIM!, AUGUST
Tho many failures among business
firms both geut snd small in tho cast, and
tho eneril dullncHs in business circles
every wlicro, is giving riso to much fearful
talk about another impending panic. But
the Missouri Republican of last evening
scouts tho iilna of a panic now and argues
as follows: "A New England paper says
many will note with approhcinuon that tho
numerous recent failures in tliut quarter
"are occurring just ten years after tho dis
aster of 173." Hut while tho New Eng
land failures are certainly Hn indication aud
result of unhealthy methods in business,
they do not warrant an apprehension that
wo aro on the evo of a recurrence of tho
general break-down of ten years ago. That
collapse came sixteen years alter the revul
sion of 1 b.17, and its effects were aggra
vated by the strained system of credit, the
depreciated currency and tho fictitious
prices based thereon, which followed the
war. When a country deludes itself for a
series of years with semblances of wealth
and prosperity in the shape of stocks,
nates, bonds and other securities, and ex
aggerated valuations, and at the same time
runs in debt for extravagances, the delu
sion is sure to result in a short, sharp aud
stern demand for settlement in real values;
and when this reckoning is made through
painful years of torced sales, men find they
are not as rich as they imagined. Valua
tions in millions shrink to thousands,
thousands dwindle to hundreds, and a large
bulk of fancied, not real, wealth vanishes
into thin air. Hut the country is not in
such a condition as this at present. Its in
dustries in some parts of the land, chiefly
in the regions protected by high tariffs, are
certainly deranged; manufacturers say they
are either losing money or making but lit
tleand the statement is probably true;
labor is discontented, strikes are frequent,
and prices of nearly all kinds of manufac
tured goods arc tending downwards. But
ttie trouble is confined to Eastern industries.
In the West the leading interest, agricul
ture, is unaffected. Asa rule, general busi
ness collapses are preceded by complaiuts
among the farming class; but there is no
grumbling among farmers at present. They
are prosperous ; the crops in the West are
good and prices are fair, at least. Per
ceptibly, in the last three years, farm
houses and fences have been greatly im
proved, not on credit, hut with cash, and a
large amount of farm mortgages has l.een
phid off. Even the manufacturing inter
ests, which in the East are deprtsstd, are
prosperous in the West, and Western bank-,
merchants and farmers are as little con
cerned about the failures in New England
as if they were occurring on the other side
of the world. The time has not yet come
for another such break-down as we had in
Advice to Mothers.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once aud get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It wi;l re
lieve the poor little suHl-rer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
diarrho-a, regulates the stomach and bow-
els, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole system. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
feet satisfaction, or money refund
'J.1) cents pur box. For sale
fly vltinu or an execution issued out of the
clerk's office of the clicuit court ol Alciandcrcomi.
ty and flute of Ill'.non. and to me directed, where
by I am commanded to maku the amount of a cer
tain Judgment recently obtained acaiiint Walters.
Lander iu favor of benjamin Y i urtic out of tho
lands, tenement, coodo und chattels of the said
Walters. Lander. 1 have levied on tlia followlne
described property, to-wlt: All of section e eveu
(UUu timuehtp oixteen (IS) and In ratine two (J),
wed of tlie.trd principal nierdian. containing MM
arron, the above dearrlhed land is lytng and betne
situat-d In the county of Alexander and Btato of
Therefore, according to ald command, I nnull
expose for mlc at public auction, all the right,
title and Interest of the above named Walter H.
Lander, In and to tho above described property,
at II o'clock a, m . on Tnesday the -JSih dav of Aug.,
181, at the westerly door of tho court house, In
cttr of Cairo, III.
luted at Cairo, III , this Hth dav of August, lsga
Sheriff Alexander County.
My vlrtuo of an erecutlon Issued out of the
clerk's office of the circuit court of Alexander coun
ty and state of Illinois, and to mo directed, where
by lam commanded to make t he amount of a cer
tain Judgment recently obtained against W alter S.
Lander and Samuel Lander In favor of Ilenjatuln
K. Curtis out of the land, tenement, goods and
cha'tulsol tho said Walter S. Lander and S imuel
Lander, I have levied on the follow
ing described property, towit: All of
section eleven (II), In township sixteen
(Hi) and In range two c.'). west of the :ird prin
cipal meridian, said land is Ivlng and being sltua
ted in the county of Alexander and date or Illinois.
Therefore, according to said command, 1 slisll
ex wise for sale at public auction, all t;.,i right,
iivir ann interest ol inn Btiove named Walter S.
Lander and Samuel Lander, In and to the shove
described properly, at II o'clock a. m , on Tuesday
thoastli flayfof At.gud, lHHll, at too westerly door
of the court house, Iu city or Cairo, Ills
Dated al Cairo, til., this Hth day of Augti-t, tss.1,
Sheriff Alexander County.
Shop on Halllday Avunuti, between rotirth
Sixth Streets, Cairo, Illinois.
tTM kind n light and heavy lilackmllhlitg,
wagon sud carriage work done In the must wink
manlike manner, llorso-shoeltig a specialty and
I '' ' -f
KticKien'.s Arnica Salve I M r,rV ;
The Best Salve in the worlu for Cuts, ' Lt
Bi uises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever! -t-'.W.'r-?.:;! W!': y'"sV,
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, '. rT ' l1 " -Uii ';-::yn -' ?
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively f V' 'iW '
cures Piles. It is miaranteerf hi mv n,.r- V'-W'.'M M" . i-isl $& f .A'; M
Woiik Given Out, On receipt of vour
address we will muko an offer by which
you can earn $3 to f7 evenings, at your
homo, Men, Women, Hoys or Girls can d.i
it. II. 0. Wilkinson & Co., lift and 107
Fulton Street, New York.
A Nourisliinjf Wine.
Old ami infirm persons need some mild
tonic or gentle stimulant, especially U this
season. The wine m ule at Spe r s Mount
Prospcrt Vineyards, in New Jersey, callo
Spoor's Port Urapu Wine, is use I in the At
lantic States the best tonic wine known,
and is regarded as pure, and is very popu
lar milling physicians. It is especially
bom licial fur females and old people. -St.
Many times you want to keep meat m li.-h
for sev.anl tlays. Lay it in a solution of
Rex Maguus over night and you can keep
it fur weeks. You can also keep milk a
week or more by stirring in a little of the
"Snow Flake" brand.
Mrs. Ann Bean, Atlanta, III , says: "We
have sold Brown's Iron Hitters und it gives
To The West.
There aro a number ol routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the duect
aud reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
finest make arc attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
if. ruin """'I'.'ct with exptess trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection 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 finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of thi?
line, which will be mailed free.
0. H. Kl.NNAN, F. ClIAXPI.klv,
Ass't Oen'l Pass. Agent. Gon'l Pass Agent.
Do Not He Deceived.
Iu these times of quack medicine adver
tisements every where it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
Bnd which really does as recommended.
Electric Hitters we can V0112I1 for as being
a true and reliable remedy, ami one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
cure Stomach and Liver Complaint:', Dis
eases of tho Kidneys and Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say. give them a trial. S"ld at
fifty cents a bottle bv Barclay Bros. (.'!)
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills are suffi
ciently powerful for tlnj most robust, yet
the safest for children and weak constitu
tions. 13 cents.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, U: I
w ill send a recipe that w ill cere you, kukk
ok CHAUiiK. I lus L'reat remedy was
discovered hy a minister in South America
Send a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Josk.imi I. Ism an. Station I)., New York
ail t ompicte Motel, fronltni;
Second and Railroad Streets,
The l'i.senger Deoot of lite Chlrai-o, St . Lou
atul .if Orlrans; Illinois Ce'itral; W'aiuiK 1. ..1
Louis and Purine; Iron .Mountain and Sou, hern
Mohue and Ohio; Cairo and St. Louis Know-an
are all Jn"t across the street: while the Sieainh..,i,t
LatiottR 1 nnt one square distant,
I nis Hotel is nested tiy steam, has s'e"!ii
Laundry. llyilrat.Mc hlevntor. K ertrlr Cnl n,-i
Auhunntlc Kiru-Alarms, llaths, absolutely pure air.
perieet Kcweratre ano (ompiete appointment.
Superb furnishings; perfect service; und an 1111
Ii. V. lJA K K ,V "(.. J
WF will 'v t'i' rrwr,l hrm, rvo.,f I.lrr C mt.tslnt'
fi,,p.i, M,k Hn i. lii,lVr.tMg, C,mt,ti.in nr C,. ln, ,,,
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Health is Wealth !
Hn K. ('. West's Nmivk and Liimn Trrvr.
MExr, n Kuurmitoml hcecilb, for llyi.t. rut. J :..
niws, ConviilhiotiM, 1-itn. Nervous fi-nrpl.-in,
lli'ittliiclii', Nervous ProMriitiou cnusi t) In t !. nci
ofaleolidl or toli-ioett, WnkofiiliieNs, Meiitnl !?
presHioii, Hdfteninn of tho iliuin reMillnitf ill in
sanity and loiuling to niiwry, tlciiiy ninI (lentil,
rreiniitini) (lldAgn, Unrrt niichs. Loss of hiv r
in cithor sex, Itivoliiiilnry Lokmcs und S,einnii.
nrrluiii cmiHcil liyovcr-cxertioti of the Inn in. sell',
nlniao or nver-iiidiilgoncH. Kaelt box eot liiins
onn montli'H t rent tin 'tit. fl.Hoi box.orKix liotes
forj'i.Ul.sent hy innil -imp-mlun retell tof prion.
Wti 4.J'.IC iM'l'.K KIX Itl
Tocnro nny easo. With tvicli order nTt'ivd fyn
for six boxes, iiceompiiiiied with t'l.Ki, vo will
('iu itho pnrcliHi'cr our writtou f:ii:iinr.tec t" rn.
fund tho money if tho treatment does not olli'ti
a euro, (iuaraiitjea lenteil only by
IIAUUY W. SCIIUII,
Drtigglat. Cor. Commercial ave. A IStli st.. Ca!ri.
A BSQi To urn
wl, .n"om lixllscrrllons, tiro..,, or nlhsr nmn ii
Lrtlim iIa1!,1'"! 'I'lrl""!, Iliji"ll, ilnilii(H, ami ausbtott
EnA.."i !1,es ir.iHTlv, "sit fi" .T iilr and raraf
EEH.. "K" " ' '""'"'a msiikino. rmlnriH brdinton,
aiiDUUri and th. ,in,aa. svf avat 6TlM0kl
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."S'THwrini'i iv I 1 1 K H.IIIM'rilH IIIII.IM.W I(H
una eiuea uim ol uartsln muirstlen lo full ind ntss,
ManhlMMl. H.mnl.. a(rnll... nla.nl. idu.uL M
Insiitp. Onn,netlnn wiih t.hv.lr-lsin n-..
ITON KKUIs' CO. M W. Ilik U. It Ml
kkw iiuoph applied to the surface will Penetrate to the very Bone
and almost Instantly RELIEVE paimi t.oi e?i Z,l!L,"V
iior dUoolor the Skin, or leave disagreeable effects of any krnd. It
nasNOF.oitAi.forthn Cure of nh.nihatiam. Str.ilnnt..
Still Joints, NenralKia, Laiue
7T , , ' f ti m uum or iu any pan ol hid hysirin
Hid s eipi;illycniea;lous for all iiains In the Stomach and Bowels
requiring a powerful diffusive stliimlant. See Merndl's Almanac
A sk your Uruggist for It. Price rsj cU por bottle F '
Prepared only by JACOB S. MERRELL, Q
.V ADVKk TISKMBNTH.
TIJIHI) ALL OVER.
What Rested and licfrcsht'il a W eary
.Man in Memphis.
'No, It never amounted to an acute pain, hut con.
inued to be a dull weary arho in the small of my
back," writes Mr. James - nomas, of No. IJ! Maal
son street, Vein jbls Tenn, 'Tl.U was an old ex
P' rience, aud lite became dull music. 1 was tired
all over, with pain In tho lower limbs, and a habit
ol lying awake, of nighis. Keceutly I tried one of
P.KNsoN'h CAI'CINK I'UltOL's I'LAsTKUS and
was decidedly relieved within twenty-four hours.
It may have lieen Providence that did the wrk,
but 1 give the credit to Hciison's porous piaster "
Mr. 'I humus' reverential idea does him credit, but
Providence works hy agents, and amotur them
Helicon's plaster ranks llrst as an external remedy,
tt acts quickly in relief and healing, and renders
life betier wo'tn living. Price i" cents. Look in
'he middle of t he plaster for the word CAPCINE,
Ak your pliysirlan about it.
Seabury A Johnson, L betnisls, New York.
NOT liUOKS l.Fll A(ilC, hut choice, classic lite
rature, at prices so low as to n akti tho old-time
book-huyers womikh. At) out -J )' r,TC
or h.ilfa million volumesuow Hit 1 r i O
reai'y ; sent anywhere fur examination heforo pay
incut, ou evlileiice of irood faitn. NOT solil ' hv
dealers prices too low. (isi .oaire Cnl allien.) free.
I "HN II. AI.DKN, Publisher. IS Vesev SI..N. Y.
Once Tested Always Pn-ferred!
This great remedy has won It war to the high
est place in the esteem ol the most Intellltient neo-
pie. There are ilailv recruit to its host of friends.
Its performance is Invariably
BKTTEIi THAN ITS I'KOJIISK.
It. gives tone and power. For complaiuts of tho
Kiiitievs, Howels. Stomach. Liver and Lanes, for
ail the subtle troubles of women and lor those
bodily disorder Induced by anxiety, care and
mental strain. It etlects will surprise and charm
you. It is i tit an esse' ce of ginger. Delicious to
the palate, an antidote to the liquor habit, aud ex
ceedingly helpful to the aged and feeble, roc. and
1. Do size. IllSfuX & CO., New York.
Ha been more destructive to human health and
life than war. pestilence and famine combined."
So caul a (!istlng!ii"he(l writer many years ago.
audit is as true to-day as then. Tho poor victim
of Hlood Disease is drugged with Mercury to cure
the iim a.lv. and then dosed with Iodide to cure
him ol'thc Metcurial Poisoning; but instead of any
relief, the llrst breaks down his general Ilea th and
make him a cripple, and the othur ruins hi di
gestive organs. To those afflicted Iu this way
swift s Si(-Ur Is the creates! boon on earih. and
i wur h more than Its weight In gold. It antidotes
this Meicurlal Poison, lolics up the Kstcm, aud
brings the sufferer back to health and happiness.
Kverv person ho has ever been salivated should
by all ui. aits take a thorough course of this remedy,
,Tefpk.honvii.i,i,Twioiis C., dk.
Five years ago I found ou my plantation a col
ored man who was hinlly diseased. He stated
that live ears before he had contracted a violent
ca-e of Hlood Poison, arid had been treated hy
many physicians, all failing to cure him. 1 ireat
ed him with swift's Specific, and in a short time
he wa sound and well, and ha no! had a ' nip
lorn of the dlseuse since, 1). M. HL'OIIBS.
due gentleman who had been confined to hi
bed six weeks with Mercurial Kheumatlsm has
been cured entirely, and speaks in the highe!
praise or S. S. S. CTIILKS M!KKT.
M 1,000 UHWAHD!
win ii J v ' i" -. ( tieintHt who will find, on
nralysis ul lim liottles of S. H. S.,ouo particle of
mercury, Iodide potassium, or any mineral tub
stance, THE SWIFTSPKCIFIC CO.
Drawer 3, Atlanta, (la.
for tho Utile Hook, which will bo
Price; Small sizt
size (Iwlditi'f double
Urti.'gists Sell It.
, Jl 00 per bottle. Largo
quantity) ml bottle. All
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
-"-"--"S Tile I lefftird Oi(lvnt)leSliisl
anil oiii other LiectroOal.
v.inu-iino .iiainstio Al'ini
itne.'s itnd O'etiicnts ir a
-tir earn ier .NHrviiusDslili-
IIV. ritriinNls, UtieiiiunttHm
iif Vlfal 1'lnHrny. Overwork
tl llniln, Vn,,k lim k, Kid
lli,v, l.tvsr, ami Mnmiien
i'iitiiilainls, mill sreuilitpt.
eil to l lnim SKX. 'I hcm
vnrjr lnti.it tin.
I'mred, und so
rrutn Iwllsuud (ill
ul hers, as ttlsr
neids, eiiN.lnit ait
sores, nor Irrttift
can lie worn At
wurlt ns well ns
rusl (inlj nullce
iil'li, to wearer,
ent times nf it 1 1
"i 1 'it- 1 ii"n ror men ONLY al. one., rsurh
the sent ul iIIiikumi, s tliev net lllrnet. llnin Nnrvoiis,
Miiseiilar, and ( leiiernllvs Csniers, siwilllr rtnrlni
I tin Vlliillly -wlll.-h Is I lleetrlellJ -drillneil frxmlhssys'
"1 b) (iTei. or Itidl.ertiltons, they thus In a natural
way to' "iik the. Mei(kii"NM wttlmnt driiauti'a thn stem
aeli. I hey will i-iii's i.very ciuui sliort et stinrOiral dii
yi'tieriiiKin, and an ar ireiarsi id fnrnl-h (tin most
e'lti'liKtin iohI iili-nliitH iiroiif to sutM'rt eitr claim.
llhMlriili.il I'loiiiiltlut Krci ,or sent, scitled fur lie nnstiiu
CsaiulMtlca t AlvtEPICAN OALVANIO CO.'
rro lantcd I 31 2 N. Oth St., 6t. Louis, M
How Many Miles Do Von Driyp?
Ibis Instrument Is no larger than a watch. It
'l,s the exact nuni'icr of miles iblv, u to mo
T'iiin part of a mile; run iiTiin plt7 1 ,oi o "m nVt ;
waler and dust tight ; always in order:
1 '-''-r ' Ii1'-' " "vef 'Irlveti ; U eislly t larlied
'jii.'.!" "ll.'2'L'!Lft-Ll"u'KVLt''r'1"'"' NuTky, WagTuT
llky"''llw' Kcapf r.Tl.iwiir. or other
J l.lveryiuen, Pleasuro
Farno rs, Siirv7tvo77 Dra7
Drivers, I hv-lrisns,
"Q'xiayssiiien, ShUM tiwner. jic, Price only
fl. nieai'li, (iiie ililrd thi' i jiriciMif any olliiir Oiloui-
eiur. When (interim jrlve dliini'eter of tliii wheel.
Seiii liyniHll on receipt of price, posl pa d. "
i North La Halls St., Chicago.
tr-Heud for Circular. tU-3m.
a powerful prepiu-iilioncoin-
posed mostly of
il hssentlal Oils
The most penetration Liniment
known. Hn poneontpufA.l K
Back, Crampm Tooth-Ache.
By addrosalng GKO. V. HOWELL A CO., 10
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PORT (iKAPE WINE
t A' . r".
8 2 'JU '.iX&&iM
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Spkku's Port Grape Wine !
FOUR YEAI'iS OLD.
THIS CELEHUATED N ATI VK WISE I made
from the Juice of I ho Oporto (Jrape, raised In
this country. Its Invaluable tonic and length
ening properties are unsurpassed hv auy other
Native Wine. Ilctng the pnre Julca of tho Grape,
produced under Mr. S peer 'a own personal aupcrvl
sum, :t purity and genultunesa, are guarapteed.
Th') vounest child nny partake of Its generona
qualities, and the weake-t invalid use it to advan
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WIN K TO UK KKI.IED ON.
Sneer's l J. Sherry.
Tho P. J. S1IKHHY lsa wlno of Superior Char
acter and i artakesnftho richanalitleof tho grape
from which it is made For Purity, Klchnes, Fla
voi and Medicinal Properties. It will be found un
excelled. Sneer's P. J. Brandy.
Thi TlKANDY stands nnrlvaled in till Country
being far superior fur medicinal purposes. It Is s
pnre distillation Irom the grape, and contain val
uable tncillciuai properties, u hns a delicate fla
vor, similarto thatof the graphs, from which It Is
distilled, and is in great favor among flrst-clasa
families. See that the signature of ALFRED
SI'KKH, Passaic, N . J., la over the cork of each
Sold Hv PAUL SCHUH
AND BY DKCCO ISTS EV KRYWH KRK.
617 St, Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
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