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The Daily Bulletin.
Foroipners in Anmrisi,
An Knlihliiuan writes as follows to
tlx: London Fir.ht:
"Six years' rosiilenee in I hi; Mitten
lia iiiito i-onviiicml iiu: tliut for iinii:l,
unostentatious r I i n r 1 1 1 1 1 of mini! uiel
sentiment, for -rein-nil Mireail of lumiaii
(sympathy and human kimlne--. for lack
ol tiettv, unworthy leitlunsies and su--
pieions, for generous impulse and ''en
erous act.s towards tlio-sei u ho are no n
on try trying to ;'!( on, the jrieat niaH
of the American people are far alcad of
ourselves. Far lie it from me to say on
word which mitil unfairly cein to de
tract from the ipialities of the kind,
true, honeht hnjiish nature. Kut our
American cousins an: under le prcs
mire than wo are, sociulh and linancial
lv. Tlicy wore n-eneroiislv treated as
children, and they treat their children
pfnerou.siy. Ihey were thanked, ap
preciated and largely rewardeel for lov
nlty and hard work to their employers
and their friends, and thev .similarlv
-oniier due to lovalty and hoiie-tv and
diligence tiio-i) rewards which hen it
H mi often riot in our power to licstoW
that, when it is, we are apt to think th(
recipient will lie f-poiled bv m) llTitlMl.'i
an exliiiiitinn of "eiierositv, and with
hold it on principle.
Hut. on the other hand, the newly
arrived Knli-hman ha not established
any claims on Americans, an I, though
it U easier for him to do so there than
hero, perhaps, still he ha to t ':n, and
to work htraiht away without a tireiu
from the commencement. In the e-t.
at ai.v rate, it is a generally accented
theory that Knli.shuien are either very
pood or very had; only to an American
IS conccli'd tie! linv.'e-i'e ol bellil a
medium character. Indeed, I nnirt ad
iuit that, as a rule, this ehi-Mlieatioii of
my fellow-countrymen is apparently
justified. A voting Briton who roes to
work, p-maiiis sober and well conduct
ed. exhibits an vcapnritv for positions of
trust, and honestly fulfills his duties, is
more certain to rise than is anv Ameri
can. Then! is not a single, lare corpor
ation in America that does not provi
the above, by its list of emtiloves. tin
the contrary, a rollicking, now friendly
and then Milky. Briton is left in the cold
in the most determined way by his
American neighbors. There i.s n
chivalrous theory there as here, that
foreigner, because he i.s one, is at liber
ty to make hims. If as disagreeable as
he nIeaM's: on the contrary, he is at
once relegated to persons, if any such
can be. found by him, who will tolerate
This is done very mncUy, but it is
done o.iite regardless ol anv position or
rank: dually to "a tiobU-niaii from tin
com try," the son of a New York mil
lioiairc, or anybody else who adopts airs
arl manners which assume on his part
Wit he is anything more than a gentle
an of education and rettnetnent, or
more than what any ordinary American
irentleman is or would wih to !). This
may all savor to my readers a littln too
much of "freedom and opaliiy. but
these words are a bugbear to American
gentlemen as much as to us in tin cant
sense. NYe surely arc as tree as they
and if we do not consider them on an
equality with us, so much the worse for
ourselves, unless we ueciuc, to remain
at home. No importance is so ".real as
parochial importance?, and of that, un
fortunately, all we hiiLrlish savor Mronjr-
ly, and we resent the world expressing.
as hem!: irivcn a chance to t!.prc..s, an
opinion on the matter.
Navigation i:; StrauM Srt.
A well-Kiiowu ca-'tam of a slcp. iv-
Kiditi!: in San l-'rancisco. pit honi" from
A three niotiths yo aire one i::'lil this
wpk. and. as is his custom, Min.riseil
Ids wife mid little family by h'tiin.
himse It in throiiL'h toe ua-emeut i ins
liouse with a lateli key. The hour was
ten if the nij-ht and the i:i-i incut was
dark. Unfortunately also, as a pleasant
treat for his next trip, his beiov-iinlf
had been putting up preserved uvrieot-..
which were set to cool down .stairs on
Im tun of sonic biixe-.. Bv a shin's
chronometer, it took iut tiiirieeti sec
onds for t at unhappy captain to kick
m'ninst the boxes and eel seventeen
(Tiilhms of warm apricots in syrup all
over his shirt front, vest, pants and
.lnwn the hack of his neck. Then ho
rushed dripping upstairs, dancihi:
(be new cai iiets. and was tie t by
wife at the head of the stairs with: "(),
Joe. inv darliie'. hack nzain home sab
and ko'iiihI!" lie iravn one veil that
eoiild have been heard bv a man I ii'c
the top-allanl: .-ails of' a fiill-iied
ship in a storm, and bellowed: 'Stand
off, woman! stand oil! J have lallcn
ver a fruit canni'i'v in tin; blursted
tiMiiement. I'm nil treacle, molasses,
1....I -mil vi.'ii'in swim. I'nbeild 111 V
new sails and let me ";el a hot ba'h,
and he made il wild dive into the hath-
room. 's''i Franfisi'o A'i :in-Lr(t, r.
The count rv m prosperous, and an
lwvln- writer sav: One of the best
pvidences of prosperity is the laivo
number of iiiarria;" . 1 hero are thou
...m.Ij more who should sei,o llieuoideii
opportunity and he;:m to live. hen
. ,u .emses tin! thirtieth iiiihs posl ami
u, i,.v.,l no ffood woman, he lias lost
i.,wi elmncim of life for hapnine.s.s,
and the sooner he calls a hall, and
thinks it over tlm letter. It is all iwn
iieiiHo for a strong healthy man to say
he cannot keep a wife.
UllillL tmmmaiiimj j
hiiiii utiiuiiiiii wT"i
The rqnnt'.r'n TJaurbtT.
"Li''ht and look at vcr sa-hlle, said
the squattcr'tf daughter, as a man 8top-
ied at the fence, 1 ho man who had
been several weeks in the neighborhood,
and who had become so well acquaint
ed uith the trirl that her handsome
f.iee was ever beforu him, advanced to
w here she was sittiiiL', ami linjrerinf'ly
ehO'jl; the liarid which shu extended
"How are you, Kmily?''
"Fust rate; never felt better nor had
"Where's all the folks?"
"Scattered. Dad's i'iiiih to the still-
house, niani'M fjouu to a quiltin'. Bob's
lyln' 'roun' loose, somewlmr, and Diuk's
drunk, I speck."
"hinily, said the visitor, seating
himself in the doorway, "don't you
know that dressed in anything like a
stylish way, you would be fine of the
lamUoinest irls 1 ever saw.J
"Wall, Lor, I hadn t thought about
"Wouldn't you like to wear fine
Now, you're shoutin'."
And have a piod education?"
I don't kere so much about the ed-
oycaiion. cause i m sorter spicious
bout book sense. Heal old hoss sense
isthekiiidtohave.au' tf a person's
pot the lions sense, he don't need the
book larniu', an' ef lie hain't pot the
boss sense he can't take book laruin' to
unv LM'eat shakes."
lou are, mistaken, hducation ac
complishes wonders, and without our
r'at colli'i'es and schools tins entire
country would soon be worso than it
was when tirst discovered."
1 know ies' what I'm er talkin'
iboiit, she replied, "an tlmraint no
u-seii tryin ter talk book larnm a-in
me, 'case Use pot the tippers. A miphty
,1 . t 1 1 . t. .
eiiMycateii iciicr come 10 see me nir a
lonp time, an' folks 'lowed we'd mar
ry, an' 1 reckin we would ff it hadn't
i r been that his eddvcation provea to
be a failure. One day at a lop rollin',
1'oiiv Diver, the runt of the neiphbor-
mioiI, nrter hearin' my eddycatcd man
tin -v a powerful chatice, went up to
im an' siid; 'Iiok a hear, cap'n
x fni ve been talkin iioiit vour eddvca
tion tor some time, now 1 want to show
ou that it don't amount to uotliin',' an'
H'liin' tiie ,-iu irt man to cut his capers.
Ion v grabbed bim. Thev scuffled
arocu awinie, ami nnaiiv lony uunp
urn. Tonv don't know a letter in the
i - ' I ... I 1 .1 .I-...
oooi;, an win-ii ir was oi-Mvereu inai
the leilow's edd c:'.tioii didn't amouut
to an thin", pan he conic home an' sez
Km h that smart man o' vourn was
lliin' down jes' now by Tony Diver. Kf
vi r marry him l 11 drive vcr iroin tin
r my roof an' you shan't come back
no mo . Tap, s 1, "1 am i a poin ter
Hi 'ip m -elf awav.' "
Knnlv do you tliink that von could
live happily with me?"
"Look a here, if tiatie Johnson know-
. I! ' ' . . 1
en t.ia; er was er laiKin io uie mat
i r was-, he'd chaw vcr mane."
Weal, are you enpaped to him?"
Il hits nie inat'er way."
1 must say that I don't thiuk
"Hole on riplit thar. Didn't lie whip
the preacher at Dry Fork toiler day,
an' uidn't he slao the jaw otl'en tho
county judpt;? Yer can't set here an'
talk about a man with such 'coinplish-
ments. (let on that boss an' luosev."
In de eyes oh de worl' luck makes a
smart man outen a fool.
Dar's only a-miphty short step 'twist
seiiKniejs au itisnouesty. n is strong
belli -In, e-s dat makes a man steal.
De. man wid a thinkin' mind is nehcr
alone 'cepi when he is in company, an
is neiicr in company ccpt when ne is
De man w hat doan care ter be credit-
eil wni ue won; w nai ne nimseii uoes,
ain't keen ter pive credit ter odcr peo
ple fur what da do.
Too much 'porlanee ken be laid ter
ue openness ou ue ce. io oi is l'ui
1 I - It I ! . .
a leap liipper cyo den do fox, but he
ain't pot ha.f as much sense.
De dishones' man often looks up
while de hones' man looks down. De
smut head oh wheat Stan's up straight,
but de real head ob grain bends over.
When a man wanster prubc ebery
thinp what he says Use sorter Vspicious,
but when ho wants ter bet on every
thing lie sees, I know dat lio's a liar.
When a rich man is short in his ac
counts, folks says, "what a pity, hut
when a po man is short, d:i says, "w hat
a rascal dat feller i.s. I al'crs knowed
dat ho was a thief."
Imitation is something prized higher
den de 'riginal. De mocking bird what
caws like de crow is more 'spected dan
de crow, but ho suffers on dis account,
fur do white folks puts him in a cage.
It is a pity dat all imitators ain't shot up.
The Strength of the Strong.
Philadelphia is where they mako it.
This is the distributing point for tho
United States. Tho violets charm your
ryes, hut you must be blind if you could
not hear ihe garlic smell They sav this
fragrant herb was introduced into Penn
sylvania by a farmer who emtio from
over the seas and located near Winches
ter. He soweil a licld of it for green
fodder for his cattle. It fell upon irood
ground, because there is no other kind
in that county, and it grew and brought
forth 41)0,000 fold. And it spread all
over the country. Down thosliadod lano
and in the fairy dell, on verdant hillsido
and in tho elaisy-sprinkled meadow.
whereverlwoorthreebhulesof grass nro
gathered together there i.s n bunch ef
garlic in their midst. You never saw
anything like it out est, Sometimes the
cow wanders Into It ami devours it with
a relish for the clover. And then when
you drink a glass rf milk yeu go around
breathingon tho (lies In wanton cruelty,
just to see tlmni elic R, J. Burdctto in
"Hero, waiter," the seaside holer
keeper says clmcrfully.as ho sizes tin the
economical guest, "1 guess we'll have
to give this gentleman that nlco reiom
In the annex. Show hiiu to 721 on th
tifih floor, back.''
CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST
An Anti-Duel i at,
There I.s a man in New Orleans who
makes a niod living as u compromiser
of quarrels. lie Is a sharp lawyer, with
a conciliatory temper and an oily tongue.
While other men are stirring up strife
hit is turning away wrath for a con-'
slli ration. He made a great deal of
money In the good old das, so fast re
ceding, when a duel before breakfast
wihs as indispensable to the happiness
of the ('resceiit City as llsh on Friday.
Hut with wine, two young bloods would
quarrel. The lie would pass, and then
a challenge. Now, you see tilings more
clearly through the cool pray morning
air than through the cigarette stnoko of
a cafe, and very often this clearness of
vision conies wdiile you look through
the quivering blue atmosphere at tho
sparkling stars of the midnight sky.
ilcnco it was that our friend the neaee
maker was never out of a job. His titlo
was "second" usually, but his business
was to sou that no necessity arose for
his services as such. One case i.s a good
sample. A young society man had
called another society man a coward,
with the avowed purpose of making
him light a duel. Of course, both wcro
well brandied when the insult was giv
en. A challenge passed at once; but by
the timo it had been received Mr. In
sultcr had grown cool and cautious.
He asked Mr. Compromiso to act as his
"Now," said the latter, "to como
to a point at once, do you want to
young man, "l don t.
"Do you want to go on the field at
all," asked the second; "because it will
esost you more to pet out of going on
tho licld than to get out of the duel af
ter you're once face to face."
"I don't want to go on the field at
all," said the principal, "and I don't
care what it costs to keep off."
"Very well," said the second; "now
sit down and write just such an accept
ance as I tell you to write."
"Yes, certainly. Let me manage
this affair," said tho second, "in my
oA'n way. Now, write out an accept
ance in the usual form, and put in
for weapons rilles and for distance two
"Why, that's muzzle to breast; mur
der otitriojhi!" exclaimed the principal.
"Write what 1 tell you," said the sec
When it was written the second car
ried it himself to the second of tho chal
lenger. "Why, this is butchery." said the
latter second; "butchery in cold
blood. Neither man could possibly sur
vive." "Then do I understand that yon wish
to negotiate?'' asked the other in bis
"We certainly do." said the challen
"Very well, very well; I'll see
about it," said the challenged party's
Of course, that duel never came off.
A Parrot Perplexes the Players.
According to the Denver Tribune, a
parrot lately distinguished itself at tho
Opera House there, tho mauager of
which had borrowed it from a restau
rant keeper. During the lir.stactof the
"Old Shipmates the bird was eputet
enough; but as it had become accus
tomed to its novel surroundings, com-
meuwa to disolay its accomplishments,
to the amusement of the audience ami
the dismay of the nctors. "Lamb chops
or breaded veal?" screamed Poll, bring
ing forth a loud "s-sh!" to which the
bird responded with. "Shut up you
mako nio tired: "(juit kissing the
cook! ami a volley of oaths. An act
ress pushed the cage to the wings of
the stage, to be siezed by the manager
and carried to the property-room, the
voice etf tho indignant parrot elying
away in the distance, until the slam
ming of the door shut it out altogether,
hut not before the offender Poll had re
venged its removal bv nipping tho e-ap-tor
in the leg. A little later the man
ager thus addressed his treasurer: "Mr.
Morse, let it be understood, once for
all, that hereafter no living wild beast
will bo introduced on our stage."
A Dangerous Doctrine.
"I'm petting to he considerable of a
believer in tlm Darwinian theory," said
a well-know n joker last evening as ho
sat conversing with a 'roup of cronies.
"I certainly believe in the theory of tho
Survival of "the lit.lest."
"You do!" exclaimed a friend in an
incredulous tone of voice.
"Yes, I lo!"
"Well, of all things in the world, .that
is the most foolish for you to believe.
It's suicidal, iiiiin!"
"Why, if that plan were in operation,
you would live just about two lniuulca
" . .-- .
No Longer a Question.
Druggists of high standing and eminent
physicians, certify to the pain-curing prop
erties of 8t. Jacobs Oil. Its merits as tho
most wonderful cure is no longer questioned.
A Wolf who had a dispute with a Hyena
determined to destroy him, and therefore
went to tho Lion for advice.
"Set a trap for him," wag tho reply, "and
when you have caught him eat him."
The Wolf went away and laid a snare
beside tho path often traversed by his
enemy, hut just as ho was cackling with
satisfaction he pluntfod info the trap him
golf and was held fast. In this emergency
along camo the Lion, who called out:
"Hy Geonre! but what ' all thisl"
Tin fast in my own trap," humbly rc
plied tho Wolf. 1
"So I Bee. I came out here expecting to
help you oat the Hyena, hut ss the case now
stands I shall help tho Hyena to eat you."
"But I set this trap by your advice,"
protested the Wolf.
"Truo you did, and I advised your enemy
to set one for you as well. Odds is the
difference to mo whether I vat Wolf or
The lawyer gets his pay, no matter how
tho suit goes.
Won k Given Out. On receipt of vnur
address wu will'ianke an offer by which
you can mm f.i to f7 evenings, at your
mine. Men, Women, Hoys or Oirls csn do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co.. 10- and 197
ulton Street, New York.
muckipii'h Arnica salve
The Bent Halve in tho world for Cuts,
Bruise, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hheiiin, Ftwr
Setres, Tetter, Clumped Hands, Chilbbiii.s,
Command all Skin Kruptinris, and positively
cures I'ileH. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
cents t)vr I (ox. For sale by Ihtrebiy
Ho Not L'o Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements every where it is truly gratifying
to undone remedy that is worthy ol praise
and which really docs hs recommended.
Kloctric Hitters wo can vouch for as being
true and reliable remedy, ami one that
will do as recommended. Thev invariably
lire Stomach hih! Liver Coniplaintr, Dis
cases of the Kidneys ami Urinary diffi
culties. We know whereof wo speak, und
enn readily say, five them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle bv Barclay Bros. (II)
Many times you wnnt o keep moot or fish
r several dii s. Lay it in a solution of
Hex Magnus over night and you can keen
it lor weeks. You can also keep milk a
week or more by stirring in a little of the
Snow I lake brand.
Mrs. Ann Lean, Atlanta, III , says :
have sold Brown's Iron Bitters and it
A Nourishing Wine.
Old and infirm pen-ons nied some mild
tonic or gentle stimulant, especially Ht this
season. The wine made at Sneer's Mount
Prospect Vineyards, in New Jersey, calle
Spcer's Port Grape Wine, is use 1 in the At
lantic States the best tonic wine known,
and i.s regarded as pure, and is very popu
lar among physicians. It is especially
beneficial for females and old people. St.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ni ss, early decay, loss of manhood, ice, I
will send a recipe, that will cce you, KiiiiK
ok1 ciiaiuik. I ins great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America
Send a self-addressed envelope to the H- v
JosEm T. Inmas, Station D-, New York
Rv v:itnc nf an evectition innied out of the
clerk'i oilkc of the ciicuii court of Alex anil, r can
ty ' d dtnle of IiltnoiH, anil to me illricted, where
by I im commanded to make the amount of a cer
tain luilu'ment recently obtained againxt a'.t-r S
land", tuiienn-n'o, good ami chatte! of the rn'il
W alter s. Lander. I have levied on tho following
deacriht-d t rot erty, to wit : All of section c even
i anile r in lavur oi ueuj.imrn r i urns inn oi me
(Hi. in townnhl:) nxteon ( 1 and iu ranL'-' t o ( )
went of the :'.n prliiolpal mrrdian. cotitalnliitr tun
acres, the above deni ril ed land I lying and beaut
ituat d In the county ol Alexander and etale l
Therefore, arcordluir to nam comma-u, i nnan
expose for pale at public a-iction, all the rignt
title and Interest nf the above named Walter S
Lander. In and to the above ilcaertbed property,
at 11 o c oik a.m . on T- efday the -b day ol Aug,
lsSti. t tun weaterlv door ol the court limine, in
citv of eairo. III.
Iiated at Cairo, 111 , ltd nth nay oi AugUHt, i-m
Sheriff Alexander e'oiiiily.
oIlEilltK 'o SALE.
1W virtue of an execntlnn Issued om of the
clerk's office of the circuit court of Alexander cunti
tv and slate of Illinois, and to me directed, where
bv I am commanded to make the amout.t of a c
ta n ludi;mi tit roceut'y obtained against Anlo-rS
Lander aud Sarnu- I Lander '.a favor of Benjamin
1-. Curtlpout or toe '-iiidn, teii'-ment. goods ami
chatelsotthe said n alter H. Lunuer and Sunu
Lander, I have levied ou the follow
log dec ribed property, to-wlt: All of
section eleven (11), In township sixteen
(pi) and In ranee two ('.'), west nf the tiul prin
cipal meridian, said land l lying and being sltua
ted in the county of Alexander and stale of il'lnol.
Therefore, according to nahl command, 1 slmll
i excuse lur sate at ic.uc auciiun, an i: e ngiit.
I tills and Interest of the ahuvc tiamea Walter s.
Lander and Samuel Lauder, in and to the above
, described property, at 11 o'clock a. m , on Tuesday
the alli i'ay:or Antust. ISM. at too -esteiiy door
of the coarl lionse. in city of Cairo, Ill
Dated at Cairo, LI., Una otli duv of Auga-t. Issl.
Sheriff Alexiimter County.
Cream Hal in
has gained un enviable
known, displacing all
other pr parat'.iiiis, An
Brt'cie of uuihiubled
LIQUID OK 8NCKK.
Apply by tl-e linger
Into the nostril. 11
will he absorbed, effectually cleansing the nasal
parage! ol cutharrhal virua causing heallliv e
cretlnine I' allay It Humiliation, ireli-ls ihu
nenliranal " 1'"-' of the head frotn addi lonul
cold, completely lieals Ihe iree and restore the
er.t of taste and smell. llenelKlal result are
realized by few application).
A TllOKOllill THE .VI MKNT WILL (TltK.
Uneq iali'd lor (told in the Head. Headache, slid
Deafne-.or anv kind ol niurotis membriinal Irrita
tion, (-i-tiil forclntilar. By mall, prepaid nu c.
a packaje-ilnml' received. Sold by all whole
sale anil Mall druggist.
KI.Y'M'KKA.M HAl.MC0..Owego, N. V.
VfP will pnv tli tnvm rrwfttH fnrlt rinf Mv-'r rnmt(Ulit'
f)!)!"!, Het-iA. ti, Ip.iijjaiif ia, t'(iniijiluii ori'Dttuctiio-i,
w.ct tic-lrur wi(Jt W'c.t'i VPL'ttn'i'v I.ivit I'HIs, wh u 0r .llrr..
Ilnni i"1 HrtctlT rirnpliil with. I'hryvit Vnrtlv v u'-tnbt , urnl
nrvr fiU lo fv mlistiic'tioti. Hii;nr C'iUl, l.artiu li-ies, n
WinltiiT M) (nlkV6 fiOU. Fr I'V ill Jr;ijri'i-i. U. rm .tf
CidiMftdlli mu, tmlUtl-'lis. 'I'll rtiii) nitnulVturM Hilly by
John c. wkst a co.j'i w. iuie.n hi,, n.i,i-.
m 11 ptcktaN ral u) tiutl iTfimtt oil nxi Htl i-f i ;i huut.tM -it.
Health is Wealth !
lll 1C. t'.WKST' NltllVK AM) niMIN TltKAT
MRN'l', a Rtmnitileoil t'pooiHe for Jlystena, thru.
pi, ColmilrtillllH, Vll. NervmiH Nellflilgill,
lleiiiliiclio, NorvtitiH rriistmtion ciiuhiiI h.v I ho imu
of iilitoht.il ur tohaooo, Wiikefnbiesi. M' liliil J'o
inHiiui, Hnfteiiinn of the llrnin n-Htiltiii.',' in in
sanity anil lnuhtiK to turnery, decay nti'l eetitli,
Proline urn Old Ago, IlnrretninsH, l's nf power
111 either sex, liivohtnoiry bihies nnil Hpermiit-orrhn-ii
eiuised hyovur-exortinti nf thioiiniti.aeir
ahusoor (iver-imhilgntieii. Kuril box eorliini
nmi numtli'a trentinent,. jil.ii a box, or wj
(or $.Mi,(uit by mail prepntdon receipt of pnio.
W 4.1 AKAXTI'.F. NIX IIOXM-l
To euro any num. With raitli order rweiveil hytw
for eix boxee. neeoniimnh'd with JM"1, ' win
end tliopnreliaaerour writ ten KUiunitleo to ro
fund tho money if the trentinontdoeauuUlleot
euro. OuaraLloua issued only by
IIAIUIY W. SOHU1I.
DrUKitld, Cor. Conttnerolal aru. A IHlh at.. Cairo.
XZXm --yUeWTR EATMEN1
I'F.W nitOPS apnllnd to the surface Wilt
Hid almost Instantly RELIEVE PAIN!
mir dlaoolor tha Skin, or leave dlsaKreeable effects of any kmd. It
has no KQUALtorthe Care of Rhanmatism. Snrainn. Bruise.
Stilt Joint, Neuralgia, Lame
Sore inront, l-aliu in tne umM or m any pan ol t He hysti-tn
and Is ciiiully eflli-aeioiis for all pains In tint Stomach and Bowule
ri'iililllliH a luiweriui uuiusive wamuiaiii. nco Mern-irs Alimmne
.Isk your Druggist for It. Price BOcti
Prepared only by JACOB S. MERRELL,
Wholnl DriigglBt, 8T. LOUIS, MO
TIKKI) ALL OVER
AYliat Kested and Kcfrcslied a Weary
.Man In Memphis.
"No. II ni-v.-r Hmoiintrtl In an acute- nalu. but con-
Iniii-il to he a il'iH wenry schu In tho dinall if my
hack," ivrl'rH Mr. Jamm i hnnian, of No. ti'J Miidl
mjii nlruit, .Mc-iiihla T:nn 'Ttili wm an old ex
perience, anil me Dccaine ilull mimle. 1 wa tlreil
all over, with puln In the lower llmlm, and a habit
of lying awaku of night. Kpnsntly I tried one of
IJKNSON n CAIV1SB I'OliOlb fLAtiTKUS and
wan de.iileilly relieved wit till) Iwi-nly-four h-iuri
It inHvliiivulM-e.il l'rnvliloniu that did the werk.
hut 1 give Hit-ciedit to llennon' imroun piuMer "
Mr. Thomiiii' revermitUl idea doe hi in credit, but
I'revldi lire works by nginta, and Riming them
Bi'Iikoh'h planter rankH rtmt as an eiiernil remedy.
It actH iinkklv In relk-l and heallnir. and render
llfu better worth living, l'rlio 'i'i cenlH. Look In
the middle nf the planter fur the word CAl'CINK.
Aik vnur pliynli-laoH about it .
M uiiiiry Ji Juliimuii, Chemtiei, uw York.
NOT BoeKS OFMAfilC, hut choice, claeile Ills
raliire, at prii'cn o low ar to niaku th olil-tlmtt
hnnk-hiinrs womiki;. About lWTO
iirlulf a million volume now lai) I ' 'liO
rcsity ; punt anywhere fur examination before pay
tiuiil.on etldunce of good faith. NOT 'old by
dealerK-priren too low. iW naire e'ntalOLMU free.
JOHN 11. AI.IJKN. 1'nbllnhtT, IS Vcney S!.,N. Y.
(Jncf! Tested Always rreferrcd!
Thl great rnnedy has won iti war to tho high
est plan; in the esteem ol the most Intelligent peo
ple, i Here arc daily recruit to it Host ol tnenaa.
Its pi rliirmiinco la Invariably
UKTTRR THAN ITS l'EOMISE.
It give tone and power. Kor coinplalnn of tho
Kidneys, liowels, Momach, I. Ivor aud l ungs, for
all the subtle trouble of women and for thorn
bodily disorder Induced by anxiety, care and
mi-ntiil strain, it ellecta will surprise and charm
yon. It 1 rot an c-ssui ce of girmer. Delicious, to
the palate, an antidole to the lujunr n unit, ana ex
ceedingly helpful to the aged and feeblo. TOc. aud
I lie sue. HISCuX & t'O. , New York.
II i been more ilestrui tlvo Ito humBD health and
life than war. pestilent- aud famine combined."
o raid a itiHtini'Ul-neil writer many year sgo
and it Is a true to-day as tle'n. The poor victim
of Hlomi Disease I drugged with Murcury to euro
the maiHdv. and then dosed with Iodide to cure
him orths. Mercurial Pulsnuln?; but iiinail of any
relief, the first breaks down hla general hea th and
make mm a cripple, aim tne otner ruina ni ui
gestlve nrL'im. To those afflicted In this wav
Mwtft's Specific I the greatest boon on earth, a'
tsworn more than tl weiL'ut in gniu. uai""""r
this M..,,, iiri.o 1'.,Ik.iu. tone un thii,i"itt, and
(..O.-ia il... .nil'.r. harlt to l.enllh iol ll UHlltH'
Kverv person bo baa i ver been salivated ehonld
liy ail me sua unto k inuruuu tuuipo uivm. iouvu
.lKPrRKsosviu.,Twiii(is C'., (1.
l'lve vears run I found on mv nla'italion a col
ored man who was badly dlsensed. Ho slated
that rive i ears before he had contracted a violent
euce of Mood Hoison, and had been treated by
many physician, all fulling to cure him. 1 treat
ed bim with Swift's r-pudlk, and In a short linio
he was sound and well, aad ha not had a rap
torn ol llie Ulsciise since, .11. JiLijlir.s.
Ono gentleman who bad been confined to hli
bed six week with Mercurial Hheumiitlsm has
been cured entirely, and speaks In the highest
praiaeof S. S. S. C'lilLKS BKRKY.
will lu p: .! I., ."ty (Miemist who will find, on
analysis of loo bottles of 8. 9. 8 , one particlo of
mercury, Iodide potassium, or any mineral anb
stance. THE SWIFT SI'KCTFIU CO.
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Oa.
for the little Hook, which will bo
Price: Small alr.o, $1 00 per bottle. Large
si.e (lioldinr double quantity) VI. 75 hottle. All
Drtiu'glsls sell It. 4
How Many Miles Po You Drive?
Tin Instrument I no larger tban a watch. It
tel. the exact number of mile driven to the
1 loi it n part, ufa mile; count up to ,M) mile?;
water and dut tight; alwity in order; sve
horses Iroui being over-driven; Ix easily allarned
to the wheel of ik Huggv, e'arrlnge, Sulky, Wagon,
UoniU'iirt, Sulky Plow, Reaper, Mower, or oilier
Invaluable lo Liverymen, t'leaaitro
I'hvsii Isn, Farmer. Surveyor, Pray-
in n, Kt ressiiieii, Stiife Owners, Jic, I'rlen only
Vi.Ole-ich, one-third the price of any other Oilnm.
e e-. When ordering give dliimeler of the wheel,
-eat by to ui 1 on receipt nf price, post pa d.
'XdiliiT-s MoIOXNKLt.OIeti5" BTKii CO.,
2 North La MuMo 81., Chicago.
trend for Circular. 83-lm.
AND LACit VITAL CMERCY?
1 he lliovurd Oiilmnln Hilled
ami oiirtitnr r.leetrrtOiil-vmili-unit
nuriis hiiiI Oienisats nrn e
-im'h I'll re for Nhi-viiiisIIsIiU-Ity,
I- i'ljei.y'ihHiitlun, Liim
nf ltKlLnniuy, Oversriirk.
e,l llrnin. Wnsk lluek, Klil
nsy l.lvnr, ami htomitrb
cmtiiilidnt. snd areiliiit
ml ti KiiHKit HKS, Thssa
vsry liilest Im
prnvtid, and n
from rwltsaod nil
otlmrs, hi thnr
nolo, rsHsIng no
wire, nor Irrlta-
i loa nfth ski re
run tin worn at
work a wsll a
rsr-t onlj nut loa
aid to wtmrvr,
out tiiaua nf nil
Is iiflieUHllt. Thusflfor MEN ONLY nt one rseti
tlm it, nl dlwmsH, an thnjr act illriwit upoo NriMis,
Miisimliir.and Onnnrntloa (Vnitnra. iifwillly n-storlna
tlm vltiilllr-whleb Is Klsct.riellr drained from tbsy
tm liy niewsa or lintlrrrtlon. they thus In nslursl
y nvsreunin the WDiiknsaa without druaulna the mm
seh. 'I'hsy will i-um evory chm hnrt ofstnirtiir! rln
Kfinnriitloa, und w ara iminrd to furnish ths most
smebiittn and nhsnbita pnwf Ht niprinrt our claim.
Illiislrntsil I'liiuphlot Frss.oriMutHiHliHirnraopuatnu,
Ciniult.tloa I AMKRIOAN OALVANIO CO.
if.. K ,i
I I II f J 11
A liuwt-rtiil lireinuolluu coin-
I wised mostly n( Essential Oils
i lie most penetrating Liniment
known. Socnncentratod tliata
It will not Soil Clothing.
Back, Cramp, Tooth-Ache.
By addrenalng fiKO. I. HOWELL A CO., 10
Hprtn e Ht , New York, ran learn tho exact coatot
any proponed Htm of advertlrlng In American
Newnpaper. t iTW page Pamphlet IQc.ent.
1 IVOKC'IM. No publicity; resident of any
I' Mate. Desertion, Noi rtnppart. Advice and
application for (lamp. W. 11. LBK, Att'y, '39
Broadway, N. V.
SrxKii's Port GArE Wine !
FOUK YEA1;S OLD.
THIS I'ELEliUATED NATIVE WINS ta made
from the lulce of tho Oporto Orapc, raised ta
this country. It invaluable tonlo and strength
ening properties aro unsurpassed bv any other
Native Wine, lb-lng the pore Juice nf the Urapo,
produced under Mr. hpeer a own personal auporvt
sum, il purity and geniilni nesa, are guaranteed.
Th1 younest child in iy partake of It generom
qtialltie, and the weake-t Invalid ne it lo advan-
IHge ll, l purlieu i any ueueiiLlui lo iuc seu nua
debilitated, and suited tu the virions ailuieuU that
affect the weaker sex. It I I o every respect A
WINE TO BE KKI, I ED ON.
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
The P. .I.SIIKKKV la a wine of Superior Char
acter and i artakes of tho rich qual'ties of the fcr"P
from which. It I itiHiio For 1'urlty, Hlohnesa, Kla
vo- aud Medicinal Propertied It wil' be lonnd un
excelled. Speer's P. J. Brandy.
ThU UKAN'DY tan-'0 unrivaled tn thl Country
kcinirfnr superior fur medicinal purpose. It Is a
pure distillation from the grape, and contain val
uable medicinal properties, It has a delicate fla
vor, slin'larto that of Ihe grape, from which It it
distilled, and ta In great fitvor among tlrst-clas
fMnllle. nee that the signature of ALFRED
Sl'K Kit, Passaic, N . J., It over the cork of each
Sold Bv PAUL SCIIUH
AND UY DRUGGISTS EVERT W c:RB.
Any Honsekecper In the land can repair tho Cook
Stove pnt In new Fire Back, nrw Grate and new
ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS.
Sold by all Itardware snd Stove Dealers.
Pknd roii Ctnrrtaa. Manufactared only by
Scbcnck'a Adjnatable Fire nark Co.,
63 Dearborn Street Chicago.
617 St, Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A imulur Oiinluiitn of twe niedlral
Colli-ue, has liei n Pinter eiotaie-d In the treat
liienl of I lironle, Ni-i-voiisi, Mem uurt
llliiiiil lilM .i-i -4 tluiii any oiln r phvslelan III
St. I.ouli, an clly pnper shew ami aH old rpsl
ilentH know. oniilliitlin ..t ollleeor ay mall,
free and invited. A friendly talk or hi opinion
cost niilhlny. When II IsliicniivenleiittovlHlt
;lio city .or treatment, uieilli'liies run beaent
by mull or express ever, where. C'uralile cane
Hiinr.-inl I; win re il-iuhl exists II la frankly
stated, t ailor Write.
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Morcuriiil and other
affectiona of Throat,Skm and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tion, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriajrej EheumatiamJPileS; Speoial
attontion to cases rrotn over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Iicprudencos, Eictossea
Indolgone?s or Exposures,
It la seir-evblent that a physician paying
particular altenllon to a class ofea-e attain
great skill, mid pbv slelaus In regular practice
all over the country kuowluii this, rreipiently
recommend rnseslo the oldest olllce III America,
whern every known appliance la resorted to.
anil the irivil ifmul i-ioi'tln of all
iiite and i-oiiiiti li rt ai e n-eil. A whole bouse I
used lor nlllee uiriioes, and all are treated lib
skill In a r,--i i t'nl imoiner; and, knowing
what to do. no eierliiieiils are made. On ac
count of the ifi-eiil number applying, the
clliu ten lire kept low, often lower than I
il auileil by oilier If ynu seciirn the skl'l
ami net a peei;- slid perfect 111), cure, that I
the iiiiioilaiil in-liter. rniplilel, UO page
Bent lo any addles free.
putlV I MARRIAGE GUIDE J pages.
Klegunt cloth ,iml lull bhiilhig, Bellied for W
cents In poilaae or currency Over tlfty won
lei-l'ul pen pletiiri's, line In life artlcletnu III
follow Inif Hiihleels, W ho niiiv innrry. whntint;
wbvy I'loper line tonmirv. ' Vt bo innrry flrjt,
liinhiii, Viiuiiiboil. Phvileal deeny. Who
shoulil iniin v. How lite inl liiiiiplneis my lie
increased. 'I bo'-e imirrleil or coiitsninlatliiij
InarrvliiK tlimild read 1 1, It ninth I to be resd
ny ail ndult ..---... i - . I hen kept under hs-k ami
kev. Popular edition, same s above, but paper
rover and U0 pane. i ei-liu b mail. Ill uiuuitf
Neurozone, (new .Verve-Life, Strength nnrt
Vlgni i Is a iioslllve restorative fur the Loea of
Manlv VUor in YounsT, Middle-Aged anct
' Old Men, no mutter Itoiii w tint cao-e. In Ner
voua Debility, Exhauatlon, Impotenoy,
Seminal Wenknaa, anil kindred ulllneiils.
this ut tndanl Remedy I a certain oure.and
to ivl I auell sullerera, who send it slaleineiil of
llielr trotible. a iiunntUy itfllelent tit prot'3 1U
virtue will be aenf Free of Coat. Address,
. lEV.f'?ZONE MEDICAL C6.,
P. On Bos 8494. It. Loula, MOa
ca, r- ' -a ty f .J
I l""'tli'l lt'i .'"I '1 'II1 J '." A'- '"T
fMieA.n$k fj; It FiBiflKw--rl