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A BALLET DANCE OH THE GUASS.
The Story Told b7a W-:st Point Cadnt.
At th(! tiini! I was ii cit'li-t Fanny Klin
lor, tlin ci'li'linili'il tl insi iisi', visit tlm
Ai-;iili'inv. Sin1 was !ii'ciiii)iuiiii'il iiy
M. .Sylvester, :uul oni; pvcniiiyr tht-y vin
ilcil tin; ftjciim jMin'tiL :ui'l wcri! greatly
aninst'ii at a t:i;r !:inc-, wliicli the loy
iiiiirovisfil fur the nira.-iun. ( 'al't
Pierre I tilci.-4 :l 1 1 I ntlmr.H mi nuuril ihity
worn j)i'i'vTiifi fi'Miii sci'iii tli( ci'l"'
lirateti "niaitrvM! lu Ii!i!l-1." iirul wcro
nmcli rhariiii'il at their ill luck, (t
haf!M!'l that Dubiis lial what wis
known :ii 1'irtt 1, wiiicli was at tin: vx
tri'initv if tin; if r i i ri I ,s . where there was
little liani-r of heinj reported for neir.
let of duty. The fair Fanny remained
until "taps" and all the lights were out.
It was a bright moonlight ni'ht, and
lier w ay to tin- hotel lay alon-.' 'he grav
el walk pa-t Dubois's io-t. Hi; aw her
Hpproai'iiin and a bright thought
"Hall! who conies there?" cried Du
bois in blood curdling tones.
"Does monsieur Micak to us?" trem
blingly n.-kt'd M. Syive.-ter.
"Advance, and ;ive theeountt r-i'n,"
irrnwled the sentry, brininir, his piece
down to a clinrjre.
The ''allatit "curt took to hi heels
and 11 1 iniorioiMV, leaving tin) trem
bling Fiuitn before the terrible man of
"The reuse parol
Vat is d:a:j" .sin?
" :in.-M'rt;'l the
"Helas! I have it not. 1 will send
to the commandant, and mv cervatit
shall brini: it voii, d iiiain, in the morn-
"Madatne!" llitiiidcred Dubois, "have
you dated to attempt to p:is my post
without the count Ti'rn ?'
"( Hi, sare! I did not know."
During this time the other sentinels
knew that soincthiii" was up, and. de
serting their poNts and envelojied in
their liue uard cloaks, ranged tlicni
Hclvcs alongside of Dubois, and enrmir-
arw! him to cany on the joke, lie im
mediately indulged in a li-nirtuv
liaran'iin upon the t.-nible nature of
ber crime, and eti'le'l i.y mionnm tier
that death was iin penalty lie n and
.Mais, monsieur, s'il
you know nie! .b- .-uis M
vniH l:iit, il'
nil'. MMcr, la
Thiiikiii'' she saw the etb'ct of her
declaration, h" continued, in an im
pasioiieil way :
"Oui, inui.-ieur, je suis la jolie
L'avelise Fatlllii'. .Je VO'I- a-Ule."
"Madame," n-j!icil DuboN, "by
making any ternis, to 'tin.' any ex-
cti-u for your crime, 1 reieier myself li
able to court-martial and intant death;
but there is' one cotiilitioti,:ind one only,
whereby you in ay atone for your nil'i-iiMi
against tiie llmj of my country an t save
your wretched life."
"Mais le condition, le condition. I
will nertorm it."
"And that is that you will here, in
this solemn presence, within .!'.' lit of
yon e;!eaininj: rnonunient to the l'olish
chieftain, dance the ( 'racovientie."
"S:wn porte, nion Dicu! U''ct im
possible!" cried the indignant Fanny.
"'l'lien die, jiroud female!"
"But, messieurs, 1 would dance aveo
plaisir, mais van; is de orcliotra, d
trombone, de llute, de feedle? 1 cannot
dance widntit de i utt. ' '
"The iiiumc shall be provided, niad
nnie; 1 wiii whistle."
"Jamais, jamais, monsieur."' she
cried, trembling with indignation and
"Then," cried Dubois, "you know
the iivvl'ul penalty; prepare for your
doom." Tne ni:'.r I- raiheved around
in a ghostly w ay, while Dubois briiis
lita piece down to a ready.
"All me!et'tiliiotiniie,l will dance."
The :uns were .-tacked, and with dif
ficulty Dubois bronchi iiis inoiiih to a
pucker und wliisllcd the t Vac ividine,
wliilu the graceful Fanny, lifti'i;: her
kirts to keep them from oil' the d"W,
with illlillilt! L'race executed tint piroil
etto. When she had given the lust kick,
and wn about b retire, tiny culled for
tho Ciiohue.t. Just then, "eeond r
liof, turn out!" cried (lie Corporal of
tho guard, as he brought the butt of
IiIh musket down to awaken the guard.
IrjHlaiitly llm sentinels ran for tlieir
posts, and Fauiiv started for the hotel
liko a frightened deer. On the way she
tnt M. Sylvester at I lie head of a mob
of waiter's armed with brooms, mops
and pokers. She explained that this
gallantry might have been show n earli
er in tho evening, ami turned the crowd
toward tho hotel. It Is said that the
party left befom daylight. SI. Louis
Mr. Soldi Levei'ldge, tho oldest law
vitr in New York, will bu Vi yeatsold
September 1. Ho distinctly remembers
tho funeral of Washington, witnessing
It In company with ids ulster at the cor
ner of Ib'uiulway und Vcsey streets.
Tho event was forcibly Impressed upon
his inind In- tho fuct when ho got homo
tm and hls'nlsler wcro soundly sptuikett
by tlmlr mother.
'Ma, Is Long Hraueli an awful dirty
placoP" "W'hv, no tny child what
made you think so!'" "Why, hero's an
advertisement that nap il is washed by
the tide twice adav."
Pn paring Trait for Mark t
"Fanners nre "cheats," W'e beard a
city man remark the oilier day. "I do
not buy a basket of strawberries that
has not tho best and biggest on top. and
wiien ttm poach season eomos, 1 get a
dozen or two of line peaches on top,
wliilo tho rest of the basket im Idled with
small, green, gnarled fruit; they uro all
cheats." Tho very next day after hear
ing this remark, wo wcro among tho
fruit commission houses, and in ono
place saw some young men, who had
bought several crates of fruit to noddle.
Thev had a lot of smaller baskets, to
which they transferred the berries from
the larger ones they had bought, and as
they tilled these, they topped them with
the larger berries with surprising dex
terity. Wo concluded that all tho
cheating, in strawberries at least, was
not done by the farmers. J hat theru is
much "deaconing" (the. market phrase
for lopping) of peaches and ot her fruits,
wo do not doubt, yet the tendency is all
in tho other direction. Take "peach-
growers, for example, tuo.so who are
regularly in the business, and expect to
continue it, strive to make their brand
upon a crate or basket a guarantee of
honest packing. This is insisted on at
all tho meetings of peach-growers; only
recently wo received the transactions of
a fruit-growers' society in North Caro
lina in which this point, honest pack
in',', was dwelt upon at great length.
"Honesty is the best policy," is not a
proverb of the highest moral tone, as it
implies that it pays to be honest, but
the peach-growers are willing to adopt
it. In pneking peaches, the first point
should I to assort them, making as
may grades as the condition of the
fruit requires. When brought to the
packing shed, the fruit is at once thinly
spread in the shade, in order that it
may cool as much as possible. In as
sorting, any that are at all soft are put
aside, to bo left at home; thou two or
three qualities, extras, firsts and sec
onds, are made, and with the best
growers, the packages of each are alike
ab through. It is allowable to turn the
colored si'les of the top layer upper
most, in order that the fruit may ap
pear at it best, but not to .select large
specimens for the top layer. Those who
send peaches to market for the first
time, will tind it to their advantage to
observe this rule. In packing grapes
for market., t he box is opened at the
bottom, lino largo bunches are laid in
and the box is tilled up with smaller
bunches. This is done in order that
the fruit, when tin; top is taken oh", may
pre-ent a good appearance, and if the
tilling is done with good fruit, even if
not the iiin-t select, tiiere is no harm
done. I'.ut if, as is sometimes the case,
poorly ripened fruit, and even loose
lierrics are used to till up, the grower
will in time find that his brand is not
in demand in the market. The fruit
grower, who expects to continue in
tin' business, cannot afford to pack his
fruit dishonestly. Anitririin A'jiiad-turi-l.
Peter Cooper's Illustration of Usury.
Mr. Cooper was alwavs a careful and
prudent business man. He was ahvavs
opposed to the methods of many mer
chants, who launched out into extrava
gant enterprises on borrowed money
for which they paid exorbitant rates of
interest. Once, while talking about a
project with an aquaintance, the lattci
said iie would have to borrow the money
for six months, paying interest at the
rale of three per cent. "Why do you
borrow for so short a time?" Mr. Coop
er asked. "Hivaiisc the brokers will
not negotiate bills for longer." "Well,
if you wish," said Mr. Cooper, "I will
discount your note at that rate for three
years." "Are you in earnest?" asked
the would-be borrower. "Certainly I
am. 1 will discount vour note for $10,-
1 Oon for three years at that rate. Will
voudoit?" "Of course I will," said
I the merchant. "Very well, said Mr.
Cooper, "just sign this note for $10,000,
payable in three years, and give nie
your check for $oo. and the transac
tion is complete." "Hut where is the
inoiiev fur me?" a-.ked tho astonished
'merchant. "Vou don't get anv mon
ey," was the reply. "Your interest for
thirty-six months, at .'1 per centum pet
month, amounts to 1 ( iH per centum, ot
SKi.kih); therefore, vour chock for $xno
just makes us even.11' The forco of this
practical illustration of the folly of pay
ing such an exorbitant price for the use
of money was such that the merchant
determined never to borrow at such ru
nious rates, and he frequently used to
say that nothing could have so fully
convinced him as this rather humorous
proposal by Mr. Cooper. Acw York
How Ona Man Gat thi Best of the Kail
road. It is not often that a big corporation
like tho Southern Pacific Hailroad
proves incompetent in a contest against
a penniless, single handed man, andwc
record the following to note tho excep
tion: The Southern Tacilic engineei
while scouring the country for water on
tho desert about twenty-four miles front
the Colorado river, saw a few tufts ol
grass in a little valley. Ho put work
men to digging in the ground ami de
veloped about four inches of clear run-ning-
water, furnishing a beautiful sup-
I ply for all purposes. As the work pro
gressed uiey ananuoneu tne cpnng tern
porarially. A prospector came alocj:
and slopped ut the spring to drink o:
the pure liquid. Perhaps tho intctisilj
of his thirst induced him to gaze longel
into its pure depths. Perhaps, in liii
fevered vision, after a long strtiggb
over dreary mountains and dusty des
oris, he saw mirrored in the water i
sparkling mine of silver. At any rate
ho tested the sand that drifted' abotr
and got a trace of silver. This littli
trace of silver resolved into $100 a ton
Here, then, was the realization of hit
hopes, and he went right to work torol
tho big corporation. He located tin
spring for a mill bite, and the ground a:
mineral land -all of which is right aru
holds in law. He notified the cinnpatn
to quit using his water, and they lum
complied obediently. Va lkrnurdino
Some, men are so anxious to deliver
their impromptu remarks at public din
ners that they eoninieueo talking before
the eating begins. It is a mistiike. A
tabic speech should not bo made until
tho hearers aro In a condition to think
uvorythlng said is both witty and wise.
-N. 0. hcayunc.
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST IS, 1683.
A Taso not Beyond Help.
Dr. M. If HtndxdHle. Kennwee, III., advlxi i aa
of a ptmarkablti curs of conminptlon. Ho aaya:
"A ii nl uli lion r'a wlfu whk HiUckud with violent
I ii n if (IIhuhhu, and pronounced beyond help from
Oult k Conmniptlon. Asalnut rcaort the Ittnilly
wan ptiriiindi'd to try Dlt. WM. 1IAUH HALHAM
I'Olt Til K LUNGM. Tothn itonlhmont of all,
by tlm tlm ah had in-ed ono half docitn bottle
rile wai about Ihu liouau iIoiiik her own work, I
taw her at bur word and hail uo Idea ho could
Watson's 5eutalgia King.
Thin l ono of the le nt ri-mnllci for Nuurulebt
iivi-r Invented. It la not a llnliiimit, hut a nn-dl-clnuto
b taken iuu-rually, and curea by nnng
rmia niinurooioi mo bihw, a lany wu lino
tried many other thbiK without re lei, tried Kelt
ral'ta Kiiil', and waa Immediately cured. We
ytiaranleu il In all eaten, when und according to
Boat in Culturi as Shown bja Eom,
A long line of horses stand ready
harnessed to lake the street ears aroiiu'l
an up-grado corner in ltostoti. Th
horses are so placed in a line as to be
taken each in its due turn. Just now
the writer observed that ihe instant the
driver detailed for tho purpose was out
of sight around a corner, a horse whoso
turn would come next deliberately
walked down the line and placed him
self as the last in the line; the last, thus,
to bo used. Watching closely he no
ticed thai it was but one horse that did
this, did it so invariably, and not until
tho driver was out of sight around tho
corner, hs to make it impossible I ut
that il was done to escape work. Could
ahorse be. thai intelligent anywhere
outside of New Kngland? As "to ti,o
morality of tne act. alas! alas! (.'or
rcmniir.iirr, I hHath Ijihiu i'n .n.
I ETTEK LIST.
LIST OK LETTERS UKMAIMNO CKCAM.EU
HOK IN TUE rOBTOKKRE AT CAIRO, ILL.,
bATUHUAV, August 18th, 1883.
Bland, Hettie (2)
Bray, Eliza A
Lee, or Miller, Cora
Lee, Rosa (2)
Brink lev. M S
Brush, Henry M
Fisher, A B
Giles, J J
Hayces, J F
Johnson, F D
Jacksou, J E
Marks, John (2)
Bracy, P S
Baker, II B
Clayton, John II (2)
Dyer, L M (2)
F'aine, Geo M
Gran, J Ben
llenson, W C
Hayner, J F
Mcln'.ire, J B
Skipwith, John (2)
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertised.
Wm. M. Mukchy, Postmaster.
A Cliieago Morcliant's Expiricnce.
After I bad becf.me almost skin and
bone, with neither strength, appetite nor
ambition left, and the doctors couldr.'t
help me, two bottles Parker's Ginger Tonic
cured nie completely. M. B. Westcolt,
Lamp M'f'r, Chicago.
Work Given Out. On receipt ot vour
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn 3 to 7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys or Girls can do
it. Il.C. Wilkinson & Co., 19.", and 197
Fulton Street, New York.
Of Ihe many remedies belote the public
for Nervous Debility and weakness of
Nerve Generative System, there is none
Hjual to Allen's Brain Food, which prompt
ly and permanently restores all lost vigor;
it never fails, .fi pkg., C for 3. At
Many times you want to keep meat or fish
for several days. Lay it in a solution of
Rex Magnus over night and you can keep
it for weeks. You can also keep milk a
week or more by stirring in a little of the
"Snow Flake" brand.
A Nourishing Wine.
Old and infirm persons need some mild
tonic or gentle stimulant, especially at this
season. The wine made at Speer'B Mount
Prospect Vineyards, in New Jersey, called
Speer's Port Grape Wine, is used in the At
lantic States tho best tonic wine known,
and is regarded as pure, and is very popu
lar among physicians. It is especially
beneficial for females and old people. St.
VtZ will pv th ibnv rrwi.d far rut mM of Uvtr ComlRtDl,
Dy4la, Strk Hrftitwti, In-lixfitloti, C"t!ilipatlnn or Collvtn..i,
caiiDot cut ilh Wt.l'l WirrHMr Liirr I'll., whrll tli dlr.
tit-nun. itrlillr compiled will). 1'tiry Art purvlv vrliltU, and
Dtrirhll to sire Mtlifaclion. fttijnr Coatwl, Lira b-nri, rod
lalulnit W JS centl, For l,T all druirfl.u. H-r "I
Oiunnrf.lli and Imlutlom. Till .liiln n-.nuU.'tur-.l aiily hj
JOHN C. W'KST A CO., HI A IM W. Mxllton St., Ckli-aa
(nitnal pacliao irnl by mail prMiJoartr.lilra.'l cinl.tauip.
Health is Wealth !
Da K. C. Wkht'h Nkhvk and iIiuin T tat.
mbn T, a minr.'intoiHl pewitin for Hyaterin, JMwi.
riorw, ConvtilHioim, Vita. Nervous Netiriiluia,
lloniliirhn, Nnrrona Prontmt.iin ciuim-d by thn "
of nleolml ortobaeoo, WakiiftiluesH, Mental 1
lirpBHitm, HoftpninK of tho Hruin result iijH In in
aanity und intlinit to miaory, decny uud oeath,
l'romatiiru Old An, Ilnrronni'Ba, Loaa of power
in iMttmr nox. Involuntary 1ikmisi nntl HfornmN
cirrlttra emiMul liycivnr-xortioii of tlinbriun.Hi;ir
nhtiroor ovor-intlulnoneo, Kucfi tsix eoiitama
tmo mtitith'a trMHtninnt. (tt.dUn hex, or nx hoxea
for iruiiu, mutt tiy mail timpani n rouoiptof prico.
W i.l'AItAXTKK WIX 1IOXKM
To euro Bny caao. With racli tinier rive-Wed hy ii
for an boxen, HceonipuiiitHl with 'B wl"
otitl the nim-liaiHT our written jtimranU to ro.
fuudtho money if tho treatniotitilocanoteUsol
ll cure, UuuruuUM iaauedonlyby
IIAURY W. SOUUII.
Drum-lit, Cor. Commercial art). 18th it., Cilro.
I iPl rT
r;.u.i.. !.. .'l.'vti
A New ' d i'iniiiii-ti! Iliitnl, front. Hi; on t,,-v-Second
mid Itallruuil Mrei.tH,
Thu VitMi-i,ner II .-not ot the l.'hlch'.'o, SI . I.oi.ii.
and .ew Orb-ana: Illiimm Central; Wahali, m.
I.oiiik aim raruic; jroti Mountain Rli'l SoiillKrn,
Mobile and Ohio; ( mm mail si. ,,,mn lnuuir
are all Juol arroM the rln-et: w hile the Steaiiibuai
I.aiiniiiL' is nut one nnnv: iliumi!,
ThiK Hotel In heated hv mi-.-im. lei 1,1-n,
Lanndry, Hydraulic Elevator, Elei trie l ull Itelic
Automatic Kire-Alarum. Hatlm. atmoluti-lv .un.- w
ported xewersA- and comidrtoapimltitm'.-io".
Haiierh fiirni-httia; perft-a mrviiv; aid an ui
I j. I. IA MM li Sc ' .. 1 v...
Vounir Men, Miitilts
end Men. am) all Mnn
ho flutter (rum earl?
imliwrt'tinni will tinj
Allen' llram I- nl A,n
moat pownrlul Inviorant over intr"ilui-i1 ;
one reirtiireci hy inhere no mUii-. Try
it; it never fail. 1: 6 for f.Y u Dnitt-
Iiiu. or ty mail Imm Alien s rinrni.-icv.
or uy man irom Alien s I'liarniary.
Aven a i
I fill A . The dory of i man i
I I LM'V lli,llw111 i' y
I I In a ara wakened dowa
I LLI 11 through on-nmovo
cretiona, Allen'o Krain l-''d will iierma
nently feature all b-t vif)r. and -.trpnirthen
all the niiiKlt-snf Krain and IWily, t . t for
f 5 At lf'itffdht a, or hy mail trom Allen a
cy, 316 Ut J
New York f
Of tlia man Tm-
I diea b-fors tun publid
for Nen-oua Debility
and weaknewol .lurvo
B , I ' I
III all lo
there la none equal to Allen'a Drain Food,
whieb pniniptly and permanently reitore
i ion viKor; it never ihub. ri pag.,on-r
.At Druiiifiita. or br mail from A lion's
Wm 1 1 f For aaron yea. a Allenl
I II Jl" Brain tcKHl ban mood
III" Im 1,16 trnnKe4t teta aa
III la 1 1 to Ita menu in curinK
i Nprvouinew., Norvoua
Debility, and rostoriutf li.rt powera to tlia
weakened Cienerative HvHtem, and, in no
instance, haa it ever failed; tt it l:6f-ir
f 5 -At UruKiimta, or by mail from Allen 1
ten n aim rnnn
,v.Ynniii i nil u
ity. aaviiiiiia w w
fail 1 1 A "Maneaanalneorpore
I I I 1 1 aanu:" "A twiund mind
I I t Idl in a Hound body" is the
I I I If 1 1 trade mark of Allen'n
mw Dram r ood, and e a
atire onr readers that, if dit,i.atii.tit-d with
eituorweaknessof Brain or hodily poweisi,
thn retmly will permanently atmniftnen
both, f 1. At DruKtiiala, or oy mail from
cy. 315 1st
If 1 1 VerrnnaneM. Voiron
I I FN'VNeiiVhote1
I I I aj II tueUance, I'roetration.
and all d iaeao oi
Nerve generative Oman, are all perma
nently and radically cured hy Allen' Drain
Kod, the great hot anii al remedy. 1 pk.,
6 for if5-At Drucgiau, or hy mail from
cy,3lt 1st I
Altan'a Drain Food
botanioa I i tract
renKthena tho Hruin
and pomtivetv onrea
Nervona Uehilitv. Ker-
vmnneaa, Hoadaohe, nnnatnrnl loan.o, and
llwealoieaaof tienerativeSytem; It never
fails. 1 pk., 6 for 1 At iM-iifrg-ists, or
It man rro
Imm Alli-n'a I'liartnaey, 315 First
III RlV 'I'aasion liriniia Man.
I I r lJ kind nniuliiirinaa ail-
II I II lliiieiiia foremost anionic
nl Brthoni aro Nervousness.
Nervous Hidilllty and unnatural weakto-ss
of lieth-rative OrKaos; Allen'a Drain l-ooil
aiievessfully ovoreomea thi-sn trouhli-s atol
realoresthaullererto histurmerviKor. !.
A Hon e
y, 31 1st
vunue, 'ew Vork C'ltT,
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'MY
t lll'T-.lt. SM yenr npena i-pteiiilicr l.'Ul.
Hiillillui! new, Superior iippoltiliiiniite t'itll l.n
UlneerlliL'. t'lielnli-al, Cullejlato, Klutllfh (.'.ill r k, k.
t iri-uhoHof I'. W, It.in hiv. Kan,, W. I'. Il-il:i-iny
Kk ,orof I'ol. 'IMIKO. IIVATT, 1'ien'l.
Cnl. Then, llviitl, Pie-ltteiit of tho I'eiuiaylviiilil
Military Aeadt'iny, e' ho in the 1 1 it 1 1 1 flay
Hotel lu Cairo, on Withieaihiv. Aiiiiuel '-".'ml,
atom III A M. to H M.. anil will he liapitv to
see )iuiroii nf the Afad -iny and otle ra on ollh lal
)Ioiiticello mks' Seminary,
(iODPUKY, MADISON CDl NIV, lib
Dpi lia Si-pteinlier VO. Plrst-c.lnaa at hnol. line ot
theoitli.-el In thu weat. I.iitiillon hiallhv and de
liuhlfiil. Huperlor ailvniitiiuea tor KiikII'Ii and
i.'laaalrul t-tliii-Hilon, wit h .Muelr, liniwliut. I'n.nt
mi; and .Moilern Lailkt'iauea. Amdr, for i-nlalo no,
to Mlaa II. N. IlASKKhl., I'rlncl put .
8hlo k Monroe bH.iChlcanc.NV!
aa.e i aiLlolJlt.
fur l-ivl. .ui . I I !..- I""
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3D aim ennn
Jtirtin i uuu
Will III a aj
Uimiii I uuu
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nn in rnnn
. . . . ,, , . nin)w ii. no concrmriuru mat a
i kw pitops applied to tho mrtaoo will Penetrateto the very Bone,
nut ft ImiiHt Inntnnt DFI lUB naiaii r, ,. '
nor awooior tne umn, or leave illsatrroenhio effecU of any kind.. It
T . rym
nas mj Ai.mrtiio nroor Khenmatlam. Suralne. Rrelw..
Stilt Joints, Nnuralgia, Lame Back, Cramp, Tooth-At he,
aoi-0 inroat, fains in ton Xiimba
and is i-iii,illy ellli-iwlniis (or all t.iiiiiH In
reiiiinii a niwcniii uiuusivu niiiiiuiaiii.
tsk your DriiKKl.st for It. l'rlco 60 cti
I'reiiared only hy JACOB S. MERRELL,
Wholoaiile Drugglet.. ST. LOUI8, MO
The Caliraph Writing Machine.
V , '
Wryiff&ptfy ' H Lithographer;
mS&t 4420 N. Third Street,
TlItEl) ALL OVER.
What Iioslctl and KilVexhoil a Weary
Man i:t Memiiliis.
"No. il never nmoiiDti d to an setito pain hut con
inued lo he a dull weary ache, In the amull of my
Inn k." wrl es Mr. Janu a ihoiiiHK.of No bit Maul
eon Hire-1, Mutiiphl 'IVnn Ttila waaanu.dei
jii rii-ni-e, mill lile hi-csnie du l niiieic. Iwaatirid
all over, with pain lu Ihe lower llmba.aud a huhit
ol 1 v i n i awiiko ofnithu. lo-renllv 1 tried oue of
HKNM N'h CAI'CINK l' Kt)Ui l'ATEf.h and
w dendoilly n-lievt-d wiihln twmlv-lour h oira,
t may have heen I'riivlderice thut did the werk.
hut t clve the credit to Ui nKon'a porotia p'Beter "
Mr. I hoinns' reverential idea does him credit, hut
i'r. vld nei- works hy Hiiuita. and among them
Den-im's (iiiist,-r ranks Mrt as Bn external remedy.
It ai ts nun kiy in r- liel and hi-allnir, und reuderM
lit,- lien, r wo-th liviiiK I'rltf a ci-nts Look in
the nnddlo of the plasterfor thu word t'Al'CINK
Ask your )li Hti-.iaiiH almutit.
Sentiiiry A: Jolinaon, C neiiilHte, New York.
NOT BOOKS (, KM A():C, hut choice, clastic lite
riiture. t prirc-a ao low aa to n ako the old-time
iMiok-huwra wumikii. Ahont f ryi tP
or h tlf n million volutnee now lWli3
reu v; sent anvwhere for cxamlnailnn lieforn pay
no ni, on evldi-iii e of good faith. No t' sold by
d'-a crs price too low.'oS page t'ttaloiiuj freo.
JOHN I). AI.1U N, I uh;leher, 18 Vesey St., N. Y.
I a i ike frs'OTG e
Uiice Tested Always rret'erred !
Tii! 'reat renn dy haa won ita way to the Uleh-
esi plHri- In the esteem ol the most Intellicent peo
ple., There are dailv reertiltM to Ita hoit ol frlenua.
Ita performance la Invariably
UKTTER THAN ITS I'EOMISE.
It ijivea tone und power. Fur eoniplaint" of thu
kidney. Howel", Stomach. I.tver and l,iini-, for
u i the htihtlu trotihha of women and (or those
bodily disordors Induced by anxiety, care and
ini-uti I strain, iia eDe.i'ta will gurprlae and charm
you. It l cot nn i-ese ce ot Kiti'or, Delicious to
ihe palate, an antidote to the liquor habit, and ex
cc'ditiL'lv huiptul to the aired and feeble, roc. aud
fl.taiMlzea. HISCoX & CO., New otk.
Una been more (Ii-Htrm tive to human health and
life than war, pesti euiH and famine combined."
So -Hid u eistiti'ii-iiud writer many yearn ano,
mid il is as true to-day as th -ti. The poor victim
of lUood IiIsi-kh- l tlriiytr'-d with Mercury to cure
the ma hiv. ami Ho n dosed wllb Iodidea to enrn
h'tu of ihe Mitciiriiil I'niemi i - e ; hul inateud of any
n-iit-f, the llr-l breaka down hia general hea th and
niuke li'n i a crifi-lo, and the other ruitia hia di
gestive nryniiH. To those afflicted In this way
ywit't's Spi-riit- the urcatt-Ht boon on earth, and
I woi : . l" wekdit In L'old. It antidotes
tins M ii iii.ii i uinni, tonoa up tin- evr-u in, aud
briiitfH thu snll'. iur biii'k to l.iiilt.li uud h ippinean.
t- ve-y person w ho bus i v-.r been nillvated eliould
hy a'l in, uu- take tlioroii;h cotp e of thle remedy.
.lKn-'K ti onvii m.Twiiiiis ('., ia.
I'ivi-vritrs ai;o I fuU'id on my platitation a col
on (I tiian vio wiis hadly iliscnHeil. Hu suited
that live ' e ira before he hail contracted a violent
cn-e ol Illooil f'niaon, mid had been treated hy
tunny phylriatis, uil luillni; to cure liim. 1 treat
ed him with swift.' spei illc, aud iu u fliort tune
he whs soiin-t mid well, n'lil hax nl !:id a snip,
torn ofthed'.aeuau cince. D. il. IIUOIIES.
One L'onllrman who bad been cenfliied t" hia
l.ei, ,-,x weckn Jth .Mercurial Kheiitnallsin his
In --ii cured i-iit'rely, and ",eek In ihe hb-iii-at
pralneuf S. S. ts. HULKS P.KHHY.
CljHlt annuii, Tunu.
will be putil to any (Tu-mist who will find, ou
ft"alysi ol UN) bottle dt'S, 8. S , one panicle of
mercury, I xlldc pntnsHlnm. or any mineral unb
alance. TIIK SWIKrSl'KCIKIL' CO.
Drawer 3, Atlanta, On.
jayWritu for the little Book', which will bo
I'rh c! S-natl al.e, $100 per bottle. I ariru
s'.e iliold.nn double quantity) Wl .75 bottlu, All
DruLtft-ta "ell It. 4
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
J tin homirfl fuilvnnio rniHi(
iinil nur n nnr j jm irti uii
vitiitti iiiiti Miui)()o A'(4I
tii r t'tir f f r N hpvohh ImI1I
It , l'HmlNtH( Kh-timntlim
n( Vital K.'iiry, Ovt-rwnrk-m
Ilrntn, Wk Back, KM"
., I lima ami Ktumudh
..iiiiitilultit. ii nil nrM iiniiiiL
a Ul fc IT ii mi nKSi
IipiivuH. und arv
from bfllU und nil
l iiiU i f. I rul t'otlnuoiH
I 'V -vj f 1oiirrntn without
V 'A uy '? Jt' f I 'll'. tin. L'nuin
lVi!HlHi!t,i!:; W!:iJ'vi Ittoooflboikin-
ma us worn bi
work as well as
rest only notion
aldn to wrarnr.
to meet l h differ
ent ateava of all
1 1 1- I
Is of bum, lit. Tlm fur MEN ONLY at nniw reaeh
the Hnt ol dlaeiise, i they net dlrwel til-oo Nervona,
Muaeiilnr.imtl linnillva Canton, apeiiuv reatsirlnn
tlm vitality wht.-h l Klwl rlelty-drnined fromUiaa-li-nl
li aicssa or Indiscretions, tbny thna In a oatural
way ovnreoitm the waliiiHa wllhout flriiuirlea! th Worn
atih. Thny will uum every hhimi aliort of triietiiral d
yeiiiiratlna, and a priared to furnish tun raoaa
Siiiphatlo und nhwliila proof to purport pnr claims,
Host rated I'limpUlot HYocoraentaeKled for o poaMm,
oniultatloa l AMIRIOANQALVANIOOO.
rni k larltid f 1 1 g N. 6th St.. St. toule.M-.
, ! . . I i '
posed mostly of Essential Oils
The most penetrating Liniment
: win HOI POU UIOUUHb',
or iu any pan ot tlm hysieui
thn Stomach and Bowela
noo niwi'ira Ainianne
With ir CoRRfar-ONOfNca can bi AccouauiaHis in
one-third thc Tine, ano with a Niatm
ano Accuaicv mot to II Obtainio t Pta
kasjmip. Qivii PtatcT Pat a Cowta.
Auyono Can TToio Zt.
Buy It and retnrn C. O. V. If yon
don't Ilk it.
Indispensable for Business Corraspondence.
-i Cnnl1.tl'diaAMi lan
PARKER, RITTER & CO,
Veil Btatiomtrt, Print rri aiwf
SKW A DV K HTf S H M EN'TS.
By artdresslni: (iftn. V. HOWELL A CO., 10
Spruce St., New York, can learn the exact coat of
any proposed line of advertirluK In American
New pa lera, fy0(i pa;c Pamphlet 10 c,nt.
ItlVOHC'ES. No publicity; reaideut of any
" state. Desertion, Non Stippe-t. Advice and
applications lor alamp. W. II. LKE, Att'y, 230
UroHftway, X. V.
POUT GRAPE AVINE
b,' r-s-. i, J I v.i!
Spkeu's 'Port Gpape Wink !
four years old.
rpHIS CKLEIIKATED NATIVE WINK I made
-J from the Juice of the Oporto Orape, ralaed In
thla country. Ita Invaluable tonic and atrcngth
eniiu; properties aro nnaurpaased bv any other
Native wlue. Hclnu the pare Jolce of the Urape,
produced under Mr. Speer'g own personal enpervl
aton, Ita purity and genuine nesa, are guaranteed,
Tht yotineat child nn.y partake of Ita Knerooa)
quitlltiea, aud the weakest Invalid uae It to advan
t iL'e It la particularly beneficial to Ihe sued and
debilitated, and amt-d tu the larioua ailments that
affect the weaker aex. It Is I u every reaped A
WINK TO UK UE1.IKI) ON.
Sneer's P. J. Sherry.
The l J.MHKKRY lea wine of Superior Char
acter ami oariakea of the rich qunlitlea of the irap
from w hich It i made Kor I'lirlty, Itlchnea, Kl
vo and Medicinal Properties. It U'lll bo fonnd un
excelled. Sneer's I J. Brandy.
This Tut ANDY stand unrivaled In till Country
belli i! far superior fur medicinal ptirtioHoa. It 1
piiredietllltttl.nl Irom the Krape, and codUIiii val
tiable medicinal properties. It has a delicate fla
vor, aimtlarto that of ihe irrapea, from which It ll
riiatilleil, and ta In rcnt favor amouir rlriM-ctaae
faoiillea. See Unit the aignature of ALCKED
Sl'KF U, I'aseuk-, J ia over the cork of each
Hold l?v 1AUIj SOllUH
AND BY DKU(i(ilSTS KVKRYWIlKrtB,
G17 St Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A retruln.r CJrmtuHte of two medlcnt
rolli't;i--, lias l.ern loiiter eiiKaced In the treat
ment, of ( 'lironio. Nervous, SUtlti ami
Hlo'i'l IMm-.i-h ihmi anv other idiyatelan In
St. 1 ,011 1 -.. as i liv n ,. th nU.w and all old reil
ili iit.t know. Ci noilintlon t oillee or y mull,
tree and Invited. A friend! v talk or li Is opinion
eoiiia nothing. Wlu n It l (in-onvenli iit to visit
'he city .or treatment. im-dlclm-H ran tteaent
by mall or express everyw here, l uralile asea
iriiarautei-d ; w here do'ulil exists ll la frankly
Btaled. Call or Write.
Nervous Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
affeotiona of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores agd Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Elmumatism, Piles Special
attention to esses from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Exoessei,
Indulgeacjs or Exposures.
It la self-evident that a phynlelnn paying
particular atlentloii to a dim of caws attains
Krcat skill, and physicians lu reirular practice
all over the country knowlini thla, freiiienlly
recommend case to tile oldest cfllee In AiliTlca,
where every ktiowu appliance ts resorted to.
and the proved iciioil ieuioilie of all
aves and eoiiiilrles are tlseil, A whole house I
uspil forolllee iiii-noi-s, and all are treated with
skill In a respeeii'iil iimiin.r; ami, kuowlna;
what to do. no experiments are made. On ac
count of the ureat number applying, the
charire are kept low. often lower than la
demanded tiy utlicr If vou secure the skPl
and tret a speedy and pei'l'ei'i litH cure, that I
the Important matter. Pamphlet, l pugea.
si nt to any addi'ci free.
rtNF t unniirtr nmnr
plates. I lYlAnnlAUL uuiUL i pag
Kleitnnt cloth and trilt blndlmr. Seated forW
rents In imitate or currency- Over fifty won
1'erftil pen ph tures, true to life . art Icles on the
following uliert. Who inov marry, who not;
whyr I'roper aire to marry. W ho marry first,
jlanhond, Womanhood. rtiylenl decay. Who
ahoiild inar.y. Won- Ills and liaiplnt".aniay be
inerea-ed. Tho-.e niairied or rnnteniplatlnc
uiarrvlim Iiinild r.-udtlt. It onalit lolw read
ov all adult h-i 'is, then kept tinder lock and
Lev. Popular edition, same ajaliovc, hut paper
eover and uOpate. iiceut h mall, lu luouoT
Neurozono, fninv Nervp-I.lfe, Htrflittth and
Yitrnn H ii fmsiti v ri'Htorative for llir Loss of
Manly Viiror In Vountr, Middle-Aged and;
UUI Men, no mutter li-oiii wlmi cun-.o. In Mer
votie Debility, Exhaustion, Impotencjr,
Heiuinal Weakneas, Hint kindred ullinenta,
llili tit indard Remedy la acortuin cure.and
to all aiieh aiilteiera, w ho send a atateinent of
their tronhlt'H, a nimntlty attniclent to provj lt
Virtue will bo aenf Free of Coat. Address,
NEUROZONE MEDICAL C6.,
P. Ot Boa 2404. . , It, Loula, MOa
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