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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1683,
the he st Tiirsa icyowx
In Hard or Sort, Hot or Cold Water.
RAYFS LAIIOK. TIMK and SOAP AMAZ.
INOLV, and Riven utilviTwtl sn IsMM'tluu. iNO
fawdy, rich it inior, blioulu be without it.
Sold by Ml Grocers. : V A BK rf JniltotlMJ
well deakncd k mislead. I 'I. KI.Ib UM
! V KlAnlir silvitlM coiiiiund, fua Hi"
ai'ilcar'n throve symbol, aud uhiub ot
dAMi S l'YLK. NEW YOKK.
mnch for Sjvmm.
Nj sr ink,';
f?h can ono medicine bo
'vA a specific for Kpl-
. Inn.. I l-u ..final 11 .
Opium Eating. ItlienninUsm, Mpermntor
rhfr, or Seminal Wcokneaa. and titty other
complalutet" We claim it a tptaric, slm
nlv, because thn virus, of all diseases arises from
the blood. Its Nervine, Insolvent, Alterative and
Laxative properties meet all the conditions herein
referred to. Ifg known irnrld tridt aa
It quid ud iv!iijes me paueiii not liy tha
Introduction of opiates and drastic cathartics, but
by the restoration of activity to the etomaeh and
nervous f v-tt m. whereby the brain is relieved
cf morbid" fancies, which ure created by the
cause above rtfcm d to.
To C hrrymeu. Lawyers literary tnen. Mer
chants, BaukertiTUdiei atid all thote whose sed
entary emplovrm? nt cansea nervous pro-tration,
Irregularities" of the blood, elomacU, bowel, or
kidnevg or who require a nerve tonic, pietizer or
stimulant, Sajukitj."! Nebtikb is invaluable.
Thousands proclaim it the most wonderful invig.
orant that ever sustained the fciukuag system.
1.50. hoIdbyalinrnunUt.t. (14;
F-Tte-'tiizxiLift1" s"1 rlp-ula.- ser.4 ftarrn.
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ST. iMSSS, HO.
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cm it gum
ELY 5 viiuiu I'oiui
ha rs.rcd an enviable
r a: alien wherever
kf o !,. d!Pplaciii all
( l.v-rpr rar:!ut.f. An
an c e of undoubted
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LIQUID OR SNUFF
HAY- FEVER ,,'rri;
will be absorbed, effectually cleansing the nasal
passes of catbtrrhul virus c.uing healthy se
cretions. It allays n fltininailon, protects the
n,e nbranl IMu;:s of the head from addt innal
colds completely heals the s ires ar.d restores ihe
ser.e of taste ai.d sm.'ll. (ienefl.ial results are
realized hv a few atp!ir:iot!.
A TllO'iUfuil i KKATV K 'T WILL CVEE.
t'Di-q-iaVd for CoM id tin Head, Headacne nd
DeafuefS, or any k ud ol nmeous mem'irana! irrita
tion. end for eirru.ar. Hr mail, prepaid 5Dc.
a packaie stimps received. !-old bv all whole
sale find rnui! d-uctf .
ELY'SCHEAM HAI.M CO., Owego, X. X .
From thee aourws an. thr-e lonrthj ot
wmpUjtns indjoaJ! their existence : I.s of
ApptlU, IioweU toatlve, hick Ue.d
aehe, ftUlne.a after eotlnK, avcralonto
eierUon of body or uilnU, Krncutlon
of food, Irritability or temper, I,w
plrlta, A ree lnK of l,rlnB uecUcted
Heart, UU berore the ,, hlubly Vol.
ored rrtne, CO.mtipXtio., and "e"
mand the uo of a r-iuo.iy that acts ,iir,.ct!y
S.lto L'V'''"' A,aLlvr"r rneriklne Tl'TT'N
Uv.p ? '' ;',ri1- Their action on tho
Kidneys mid vk irl L, .. !ar t)rir,t . r,.mov)ri(.
all imjiuntK tUronsh tnci-e three " i av
ngera of the system," producing appe
tite, sound .j:a.'Mior!, r-t,'uWr stools, o'ear
skin auU a r;aorvjus !viv. Tl'TT'S 111.1 H
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
rrx rnu uHK a m.vt mas.
-I have La-J Ir,w j.a, witb Conwipa-tlon-two
yeart, and Lave tried tn dilTcrent
k:uda of j.Uis, a;id XI XT'K ar the fint
that iiare dyiie u.e any g ocxL They have
Cieannd ae out Liwjy. Jy Bpf,..-!!: U
jp.eudi.-3 fKl y., dJy, aV-i I now
tare lateral ra-w-s. 1 j-,, , ww
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TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Okat IU:b or Wiikjcjji channel In
ITlkri-.;y Vj a hV.r T l.U,;K by a S1l7glo an-
pu.tjon of ti i, L. .Vjpi t, iblwguk,
or et,t by npr.:s. ., r i-lpt of i1"
yjfr''' 44 Murrh' t, w York
How Many Mik-a Ji0 Von Drive?
Thla Inurnment Is no larger ihni a wtr,. t
tel.! the exoc iiiitu'e r of mtu d-lvu to ihe
l-l'tn part of a mile; counts up to I.ujo milts-
water and (Inst lltlii; always in order; saves
horses Irom being over-driven ; Is eall attached
to the wheul of a Hny, f.'arrlaae, Sulky, Wskod
Itosd Cart, (Sulky l'low, Iteaper, Mower, ur other
vehicle. 1 uvaluable to Liver) men. Pleasure
Drivers, l'hvlrlsis, Farmers, Hurvevori, Dray
men, Kxpressiaen, Mm Owiiem, iic, Price only
) Oleacli, one-third the price of any other (Jdom
eler. When orderlun kIvi dlainel jr of the wheel
Bent by mall on receipt f price, post paid.
Address MolHINNKLL UDOMKTKIt CU.,
Nu'th La Halle bt,,Chlc ao.
3r8eud fur Circular. w;iw,
fyfitv "ToteUlm too
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The Daily Bulletin.
A SumraT's Rumanoi.
II K AVIIITKS:
Wht would jitvo to bo with you, my lovol
Kinvdoina mid puliin'S iimny, my dovol
Ullver mid koI'I w,,u d 1 (five without end,
If i vt n otiu l.btir with thei-1 cou.d spend.
Take the first trflln and omnc up to the 8m iiia
Then you ciin wo mo without all these UiIiimx,
A tar us I know, there's nmiiiht in the wiiy
Ihe botird here is flr lit lour ilollius u day,
I'd fly on 1 lie wlntf of the morn If 1 could;
Hut i' 1 1 1 wliurH id tno morn will do me no oo I.
"Four dollnrsH ility!" did you sny. my ndorou?
I Just luck lour dollar b jmv n week's Imiinl.
THE HISTORY QF AN OPAL RING.
"That will dn," said liis mistress, and
the man retired. "Von st-o," she con
tinued, turniiiff to litdtha, "that u
know uotliiiig of the person for whom
yon iniiiire. 1'orlians hp rung at this
door by mistake, and thru passed on.
"Was the article lost of any great value?''
"Perhaps valuable enough to the per
son who lost it to be vexed bv the- loss,-'
liertha replied. .She was determined
not to enter into particulars.
She took leave, and walked away slow
lv, after intimating to .Mrs. Lenient
that her address was on the eard she
The wind had conquered; the clouds
of the night before had cleared away,
and a faint sun shone through a misty
atmosphere; nor was it so cold as it had
been. ISertha Halton had a music lesson
to give: and this over, on her way home
she called at the place where the" omni
buses stopped, to ask if any inquiry had
been made for a missing artirle. l!e
ceiving an answer in the negative, she
left her card ami address there also, and
then felt she could do no more than
watch a certain advertisement column
of the 'turn.
Judging fom the appearance nf the
man in the omnibus, and the mystt iy
which she felt sure existed respecting
his association with the lady she bad
just seen a mystery that probably ex
tended itself to his life generally she,
thought it more than doubtful wtiethtr
he would come forward to claim the
ring, so she d termined to wear it with
a vague idea that some dav or other she
might meet with its rightful owner.
When she reached home Lena hurried
to meet her. a letter in her hand.
"If you had waited only ten minute?
longer this morning, you would havu
had a pleasant surprise," she .-aid.
"And my pupils an unpleasant one in
Vicing kept wailing.'' Bertha rejoined.
"What has happened? Who has writ
ten?" "I)ear old Lady Lanirley." replied
Lena; "s..e writes to invite us for a
week at the end of April. You will
Bertha's countenance brightened.
"How kind of her to think of us!" she
said. "Yes. I think I can go. M,s.s
lieaumont gives a fortnight then, and I
think lean get my oilier pupils to l.-t
me take a holiday at the same time in
stead of at Kaster. It will be delight
ful." "They must know a lot of nice peo
nlp aboiit there now." remarked Lena,
following her sister up-stairs; "who
knows what mav come of it?"
"A pleasant change will come of it,
at anv rate: J don't look beyond that."
said Bertha, smiling.
"I suppose you don't,'" Lena allowed,
sittingdown beside her sister's dressing
table, while the latter proceeded to
dress for the afternoon. "Von are
such a quiet little mouse, you don't ex
pect to achieve greatness:" now I do.
But here one sees no one."
"I wish you would make haste and
achieve it, said Bertha, half laughing:
"you have been talking about it for a
"Only let me have the opportunity,"
returned a ua. gluming in Ihe cheval
glass. "What have you done aVo:t th
ring?" she asked, as Bertha -plared it
upon her linger after washing her
Bertha told her. and added "And
now I am going to wear it till it is
"You might as well let me have it: it
is just the sort of thing I should like."
"No: I go about more than you rjo,
Lena." liertha opposed: "and after all
it mav be claimed. What else does
Lady Lang'.ey say in her letter?"
"She sneak's of liking their new situ
ation rnore and more; she says that
they have several pleasant neighbor.-:,
and that their estate adjoms A'pliing
"Perhaps yon intend to set voir ran
fit o)il Lord Alphington." said Bertha,
again smiling; "he is a widower-not
above severity, probablv-aiid immense
ly rii-h. they say."
"I wonde'r if 'that storv is true," said
Lena, shrugging her shoulders.
"What story?" asked Bertha, as she
arranged tne run ot the plain black
bilk she generally wore in the after
noon, "Don't you remember? It was said
that his second son disgraced himself
in some w ay, and had to go to America.
Then l.rt (.'halfont, the eldest son,
d;et. ai.d his children too. and now
mere is no lieir to the title and estate."
"I remember hearing something of
it." said B'-nha. "Cheer up. Lena
there is all the better chance for yon."
"You are always laughing at me,
Bertha, but you will see some day that
I shall captivate some one better "worth
having than any one we have met yet,"
said Lena, pouting.
"You vain creature." returned Ber
tha, laughingly. "Well, all I can say
is that wealth and title are not to he
picked up every day and you are
"Why remind meof mv misfortune?"
Lena demanded, in a vexed tone.
"I only wish you could meet with
someone you could thoroughly like and
respect; that would be better than nil
the titles in the, world," said Bertha,
speaking in a more Rerious tone.
"Not to me," cried Lena. "If old
Jru Alphington were to niukn me nn
oner, and promise a handsome settle
1 ,Vo"ld marry him to-morrow."
Oh hush, Una'' said Bertha. "I
can t bear to henr yon sav such things,
tome now, I am finite ready-let us go
down to mamma;" and .she ran down
stairs as if to escape from hearing sen
timents that Jarred upon her pure and
In largo room, fitted up to answer
the double purpose of sitting-room and
artist's studio, two young men sat
binoking before- u glowing me.
There were three windows In the
room; the centre ono was raised by nn
additional row of panes of glass, the
lower part being covered with a thick
screen of green baize-. At a short dis
tance from this window stood nn easel,
on which rested a large unfinished pic
ture. Mher canvases and several port
folios were ranged against the wall. A
table near tho easel was spread with
colors, oils, brushes, and all u painter's
At the other end of the room more
order prevailed. The table that stood
before the fireplace was covered with a
green cloth; on one side of the fireplace
Hlook a well-filled book-case, on the
other a commodious writing-table.
Tolding-dours led to the bed-room be
hind. Two comfortable armchairs
were occupied by tho smokers, other
.hairs being taken lip by sketches,
pieces of drapery, and various odds and
onds. On tho nearer table stood a bot
tle and glasses, and a box of cigars.
"It is a deuced bore for you. and no
mistake," said tho younger of the two,
a lively-looking young fellow with
laughing blue eyes, a soft moustache
just shading his umwr lip.
lliscoiupanion, to whom he addressed
himself, was perhaps six or seven-and-twenty
years of age. His complexion
was dark and rather pale; his thick and
wavy hair set off to advantage the
linely-formed brows. His eves were
grav. with dark lashes; his lips well
molded, without being full; hi some
what square jaw gave nn idea of power
and determination. He too wore a
moustache: but it was thick and dark,
like his hair. His figure, though not
above the middle height, was athletic,
giving the idea of muscular strength
developed hv exercise. The poise of
the head, the general carriage, be
tokened easv self-possession, with per
haps somewhat of hivitfur. Altogether
he was a handsome and distinguished
looking man one that seldom passed
"It is." he replied to his friend's re
mark; "and the worst of it is I don't
see what's to be done."
"Why don't you set the detectives to
work?"' asked the first speaker.
"1 have." rejoined the other, "but
they have discovered nothing as yet. I
am quite nt a loss how to account for
the robbery. I haven't an enemy that
lam aware of in the worM. 1 don't
know whv I should have."
"And 1 don't know why I should
have." observed thp younger man;
"and yet my old aunt goes en living,
and so keeps me out of a thousand
pounds or two. If that isn't being an
enem I don't know what is."
"A'l'riend rather, I should say," re
joined his companion, "if yo'-i had the
money, you would spend it in no time;
as it is. you have it to look forward to.
You should learn to live on two hun
dred a venr, Douglas."
"It's "all very tine for you to talk, old
fellow; you've got more'than two hun
dred a year safe, I wish my maternal
parent 'had done as much Iv'me." said
1 Kiuglas. "But, when you have to live
from hand to mouth. 'and sometimes
don't live at all. it's templing to ....ve a
Ilingnow and then when a wir. lfall
comes. iJut I say. Lust ace, nave you
really determined to change vour name?
Are you to be known henceforth as St.
"I have really and truly come to that
determination.' answered his friend.
"1 don't choose to assume my real name
till my right to do so is acknowledged;
nor will I. now that I am coming before
the public, continue to use my moth
er's, and thus run the risk of casting a
doubt on her foir fame."
"Hear him. ) ye (iod.-j," cried Doug
las, casting up his eyes. "He sneaks as
if he were going to make his (uhut be
fore the foot-lightS."
"If I am about to publish a name at
all. in a catalogue or otherwise, it comes
to much the same thing, I suppose."
said Kustace. laughing.
"And what led you to select the
name of St. Lawrence, may I ask?" in
quired Douglas, choosing a fresh cigar.
"I was brought up on the banks of
the river of that name: and when I was
a boy I useil to watch it flowing onward
till a sort of superstition got possession
of tne that 1 was called upon to follow
the direction of its waters that my
(le-in lay eastward over the sea. I
knew nothing of my family history
then. It is on account of those old
associations that I have taken the
name of the river," St. Lawrence, re
plied. "Well, it's lucky the river had such
a Chr'!stiani."d name," returned Doug
las. Kustace Mississippi, Esq., or
Eustace Potomac, Esq., would have
sounded awkward. And so now, 'end
ing otter matters, you intend to go in
for ail in good earnest? 1 like your
pluck. I'm afraid, under your circum
tilances. I should do nothing hut loaf."
"What would be the good of that?
Beside ,. I cannot take things lightly.
Kno, iu,g how I have been wronged,
and bow t;aa-ii;t it mav lie to drag tbe i
wroii::doer.-j into the light of day. I feel
hoijii".;iiics as if I should go "mad, or
idioiic. if I hadn't some, occupation I
could thn.w all the powers of my mind
into." M. La a : "i;c(; observed.
"Ti Me o iiiot profound of philoso
phers, you lia.-e sounded the depths of
human" iced," said Douglas. "But how
did you :nd out what powers you had
to throw ? I didn't think America was
milch of a place for the fine arts." i
"There speaks Ihe Englishman," re
ioiried St. Lawrence, smiling. "But
you forget how many years I spent
travel ii,' over Europe; nod during each
winter l i.m if to study in one or oiner
of the schools abroad. Then I passed
most of my time in sketching it
seemed to suit me somehow. 1 low do
von think that will turn out?" he asked,'
pointing with his cigar to tho unfluish-,
el picture on the ensel.
"splenui'liy, ' s.'tio Douglas,
The subject was a "ch-arincf" In an
American forest. The long crass and
the stumps of the trees were lighted up
by the sun s rays, which found their
way through the "(dealing." All
annum arose tno piams or inn roresi,'
wreathed with gorgeous creepers, and
oeameu wuu gray moss, a Miliary
backwoodsman sat on a recently-felled'
1 A t'. , tt .
log, tannin uis rest, ins ax anil gun oy
his side. It was a grand picture of man
bringing his skill to bear upon nature.
"Happy mortal that you are!" cried
Douglas, after pulling at his cigar for a
while. " You can follow out your ideas
nt will. You have not to await tho
pleasure of plethoric elderly gentle
men, and inai o women, old and young,
desirous of having their lovely jdilzzea
handed down to an admiring posterity.
You haven't to tench stupid boarding
school girls. By-the-bve, 1 hough, I
have been meetinir lately, nt a noimo!
where 1 tench, a most charming little
music-mistress," he continued, drop
ping bombast, nnd returning to his
usual tone. "I!v tieorge. St, Lawrence
1 never In my life have fell m Inellnei
to he simoney! Such a dear, gentle
girl! not a beauty exactly, hut just tho
one to make a fellow's homo happy."
"Hear, Leurl" cilcd St. Luwicaco.
"We shall bo having Charles Douglas
settling down Into a family mnn after
"I believe I have it in me to develop
the domesticities," Douglas returned,
"if 1 could only get some celebrity or
some fashionable, beauty to come nnd
be paintedriind be the cause of (!. D.'s
being elected A. It. A. But they are
deaf adders all. They don't come,
charm 1 ever so wisely and I'm not
going to marry a wifo to make a drudge
of her. C. D.'s not quite so far gone in
brutality as that."
"What may be the name of the in
comparable fair one?" St. Lawrenco
"No, be hanged that's not fair!" ex
claimed Douglas, throwing the end of
his cigar into the fire. "I should fear
(idling you, O glorious Apollo, lest you
should go ami cut me out! Besides, I
don't know precisely. One can't cele
brate one's love in mellifluous strains
as Miss Smith or Miss Jones, and she
mav possess some detestable Christian
name for anything 1 know Sarah Ma
tilda; or Martha Jane, perhaps. I have
had nn idea of writing her a note,
which she must answer: but then prob
ably it would be 'Miss X presents her
compliments to Mr. D,' nnd besides, if
1 prefer thinking of herns the charm
ing Amaryllis, what is that to any one?"
Suppose I find out," said St". Law
rence, laughing. "A half-conlidence
excites curiosity. As for cutting vou
out. I'm much less likelv to be a bidder
in the matrimonial market than you,"
lie added, more gravely. "A man with
out a name has no business to think of
"Pshaw! You'll make a name. 1
only wish I was as sure of it," observed
Douglas. "I say. old fellow, I feel con
foiindedlv like getting into the blues.
What's the time? Can't we go some
where?" It's earlv yet. We can go anywhere
you like" St." Lawrence replied.
"I vote for a roaring farce," said
As von like." returned St. Lawrence.
"And look here-if I were you I
should keep a precious sharp look-out
when in public: you may gethold of the
end of a clew wlien you don't expect it.
The voung men donned their over
coats, for the easterly winds of March
prevailed, and. proceeding down-stairs,
lln'V passed into the street, and at a
brisk puce took the road westward.
( ll Al'Mll: IV.
The prospect of a visit to the Larches
most agreeably occupied Lena and
Bertha Dalton's minds (hiring the few
weeks that .dapsed al ter the invitation
arrived. When the happy day came at
last, the day ol escape from London
and its toils 'and cares, full of spirits,
they took their seats in the railway
carriage. J'iia dreaming or conquest
nd the possible attainment of her de-
sires. lien ha ot the in ugiitiui meeting
with kind old fii- iids, and the welcome
change and release lrom a monotonous
round of duties.
Mrs. Dallon was the widow of a
naval ollicer. Captain Daltoh had done
good service in his time, and had been
much respected. During the latter
vears of his life he had been disabled
bv a wound received during the Crime
an War. It had not at lirst appeared
sei ions, but it had gradually impaired
his strength, until, atl-jr some years of
struggle, he had been compelled to re
tire. On this he settled with bis fami
ly near Plymouth, where at length he
succumbed to his injuries, about three
years prior to the visit to the Larches
of tbe Misses Dallon.
He had married when already arrived
nt middle age. attracted by the pretty
face and captivating manners of the
girl he made his wife, to find out too
late that but a small amount of heart
or intellect lay beneath the captivating
exterior. ,'ot that .Mrs. Dallon was in
any way tmainiuble; she was merely
shallow! silly, and self-indulgent.
With these qualities, it was scarcely
to be expected that she would prove
either a sympathetic companion to h r
husband or a wise administrator of bin
nil.tirs. livery farthing she could
wring from him went to meet what she
considered her necessary expenses, and
often debts were incurred which endan
gered the peace of the household. For
tunately, however. Captain Dallon,
th'Uign "not self-seeking, was prudent,
lie had his daughters' future welfare
to consider; so, when he died. Mrs.
Dallon found herself in possession of
an income that ought to have satisfied
Captain Dallon, with other property,
had inherited a small, old-fashioned
house, in St. John's Wood a house for
which it had nut been easy to find a
toi:::;t. Ivv Cottage being vacant at
the time of 'her husband's death. Mis.
D.hoii iloleiininod to take up her
nbi-de there, perhaps for once in her
lit'" doing a wise thing.
The elder ol' the two daughters, from
being a lovelv child, petted nnd fondled
by all about her, had grow n up to be a
beautiful woman. That Mrs. Daiton
loved her elder daughter more than her
younger bin: would have vehemently
denied. But she was proud ot Maue-
linrt. she looked upon Lena as the one
who was to retrieve the fortunes of tho
family. "Lena would be sure to marry
well,' said the doting mother; nnd Lena
was consefiuciitly educated solely Willi
a view to that end.
The duty of disposing of herself in
the best market being early impressed
upon iter muni, i.cna easny acquired
the lesson. Self-indulgent, like her
nu.ther. she had more talent nnd more
strength of character. Inheriting under
a calm nnd soit exterior somewhat or
her father's inflexibility of will. She
soon outgrew her mother's weak con
trol, and regukitiil her life as she chose,
without much consideration for others.
Bertha w'as her father's favorite. Ho
hud wished to educate his daughters
himself, but. ns Lena's tastes lav in a
direction where he could not guide, he
was Induced to place her at school. In
his little liertha. however, he found
first nn intelligent and docile pupil, and
afterward, as his health became worse,
the most allectionnle and indefatigable
Bertha felt her father's death keenly.
It was her first great sorrow. She hnd
never been much thought of by her
mother and sister, excepting as one
necessary to their comfort, one whom
they could not do without ami liertha
had never been in the habit of thinking
much of hersolf-but she felt very des
olate when they first moved to St.
John's Wood, without the dear protec
tor and companion who had made tho
happiness of her childhood.
Mrs. Harriet Beocher Stowe says that
tho novels of tho day lnek romantic In
terest. Human pass'lon has come to ho
tynonymous with u mawkish hysteria,
to he photographed without grace, nnd
jy what strikes her as a dry pnyess,
which takes iho victim In tho middle of
n emotion, us u uorso is caught with
ill his fuel iu the uir.
"It hfls become- so common to write the
beginning of an article, iu nn elegant, in
"Then run it into gome ndvertlBiiment
that wo avoid nil such,
"Ami simply call attention to the merits
of Hop Bitters hi as plain, honest terms
"To induce peoplo
"To give them one trial which so proves
their vuluii that they will never use any
"Tub Uemedy bo f'avorahly noticed in
all the papers,
"Religious and secular, is
"Having a largo side, and is supplant
ing all other medicines.
"There is no denying the virtues of the
Hop plant, nnd the proprietors of Hop Bit
ters have shown great shrewdness
"In compounding a medicine whose vir
tues are so palpable to every one's observa
tion." Bid She Die?
"She lingered and Buffered aloug, pining
away all the time lor years,"
"Tho doctors doing her no good ;"
"And at last was cured by this Hop Bit
ters the papers say so much about."
"How thankful we should bo for that
A Daughter's Misery.
"Eleven years our daughter Buffered on
a bed of misery,
"Prom a complication of kidney, liver,
rheumatic trouble and nervous debility,
"Under the euro of the best physiciaun,
"Who gave her disease various names,
"But no relict',
"And now she is n istored to us in good
health by as simple a remedy as Hop Bit
ters, that we had shunned for years before
using it." Til K Pahenib.
Father is Getting Well.
"My danirht rs say:
How much better father Is since he used Hon
' He i getilng well after his Ions suffering from
a disease declared Incurable "
"And we ar- so i:Ud that he usid your liltters '
A I pr of t'ta a, N. Y.
From Col. J. Maidhof',of New York: "I
have suffered severely lor the lat-t ten yesrs
from Hay Fever in early and mid-summer
and in the fall. I desire in the interest of
my fellow suffers to tistily in favor of E'y's
Cream li dm. My short use of it demon
strated its tfliciicy. J. Muidhof, 401 Broad
way. From the Proud Standpoint
ol superior "style," the languid ci'y beauty
eurvis the iniagiuary phy snal abort cotu-
itiga ol her rustic female cousin, tut if
tho latter possesses a finer set of teeth, as
she probably docs if she uses SOZODON'T,
and the metropolitan belie dots not, that
striking contest so much iu her favor
enables her to turn the tables with a ven
gence. Pearly teeth are better than "sty le."
free of Charge.
All persons buIIV ring from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, L , of Voice, or an af
fection ot I he Tliroit and Lungs, are re
quested to call at Barclay liros' drug
store aud get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Coimtimption, free of
charge, which wul convince tlum of its
wonderful merits and show w hat a regular
dollar-size bottle w:jI do. Call early. (15)
Grape Culture and Poit Wine.
Mr. A. Speer, of New Jir.-cy, one of the
largest grape product rs in tho East, com
menced, hut a few years ago, in a small
way, to make wines from currants ond
blackberries and other fruits. He now con
trol large vineyards of tho Oporto grape,
from which his famous Port Grape Wine
is made, and which chemists and phys
icians Bay rivals the world for beneficial
I effects on weakly and aged persons, and
j the consumptive. For sale by Paul G.
Disease, Propensity and IWion, brings
Mankind numberless ailments, foremost
among them are Nervousness, Nervous De
bility, and unnatural weakness of Genera
tive Organs; Allen's Brain Food success
fully overcomes these troubles and restores
tho sufferer to his former vigor, fl. At
tfucKien'n Arnica Salve
The Bebt Salve in thu world for Cuts,
liiuiscH, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Soros, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
25 cents par box. For sale by Barclay
Wokk Given Out. On receipt of vour
address wo will in ike an offer by which
you can earn ft to $7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Hoys or Girls can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson &, Co., 19d and 197
Fulton Street, Now York.
To The, West.
There arc a number ol routes loading to
tho above-mentioned section, but tho direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are tun from tho Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha,
Pullman Palaco Sleeping Cars of tho very
I f'irest muke are attached to all trams.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, Now Mexico and Cal
ifornia ""t't'cct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is mailo with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enrouto to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, ns it pauses through tho finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, of this
lino, which will lie mailed tree.
C. B. KlKNAN, F. CllANDLElt,
Ass't Oen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Pass Agent,
Itanium lindtlwdr' Onrnd by Dr, Pierce' PiOsnt
Miitinetlo Klustlo Trusa. (Ipamlnsllnvsnlloniil I he
lWh Oentiir,Onl tinuulns Klectrlo Truss n llw world,
nd the only mm Unit wll I properly retain nnd rml
cslly curs Hernia. Over ftll Bnilleal (lyres rfeelml.
Keiid what Pr. Jus. Himnis, ol Niw nrk, the rce
Downed I'hVhiUnomlst-, wrll Au.UH, li. "Thn lirsiit
anil comnlntee'-reiii"' Muminlio 1 russelTneleil on me
sliMirS Hiio Is iwniiiiniml,, fur which I shnll evnr re
ninln Tsratifiil V ). Wim"j M, P. for esrUiiilura
add i JBAGMKTtO liLABTIO TRfjSBOO..
aa as BUN HUlUauwUBuLoula.Mo.
PORT GRATE WINE
'PUIS CKLKUUATKl) NAT1 V K V INK Is made
J from tliu Juice of Die Oporto O-ape, raised In
this eotiutry. lis Invaluable tuiile and s'.rtnirlh-
eniriK properties are unsurpass d bv any other
Native Wiuo. Jhdutr the pnre Juii e of the Orape,
prouueea under .u r. speer s ou n personal silpi-rvl
sion, it nurilv and Bcnulm ness. sre iruarniiteed.
Thi youncst child may partake of lin irrnurou
qualities, anil tne weakest nivalin use u i.j adviin
tane It Is particularly heneilclul to ;he ai-d and
(h billlati'd, and suited lu the arums ailments (hat
affect the weaker sex. It Is In ever) respect A
.ii.ir. i v it r. ni,ibii ii.i,
Sneer's T. .1. Sherry.
Tho l J.KIIEKKY Isa wine of SuoerW" ( hr
acterand i artakes of iherichqual tii-sof the rape
from which it is made Kor I'urltv, Itichneas, yK
voi and Medicinal I'ronerties. tl will I,.. Inn ml nn.
Sneer's P. J. Brandy.
This IlKANDY stands unrivaled In Dili rminrr
beluu far superior for medicinal purposes, it is a
puredlsillliiil jfi from Ihe grape, tu,( con'alns va.
liable rnedlrlnal tiroiieriies. It 1ihs a delli-Hii. flu.
vor, slurlarto thatof Ike (.-rapes, froia which It is
distilled, and is in (jreat fiv.ir amonir flrst-cia's
lamuies. see that tbe eijinatiir of AI.KKKD
KI'KKK, l'assaic, Si. J !a over tho cork of each
Sold Hv PAUL. SC111JH
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tb MNtt nt (1Umi, a th7 tit't dtri t tif to rrou,
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wr orcom thn wo.tui' wh hnut dritaflr-.g tb Mom
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(ffOwrHtloa, mni wtti.ro i rwibftvl t i fnrtmh th mmt
smphttiic nl v)lurs pr'nf ii n: firt our ciHlroi,
lnuirHTl l itmpulot yrvt.nr -ut .i-1 for 'c i-otum,
C:ti"Iuv.:a t ArV(i.HCAM Ci-VANIC CO.
T:ttklzr,M 3 1 2 N. 6th S ... St. Louis. M
Itl fLAL All! MM'IU V.
SUBST1TITK FOR LIFK
A.NCK ("I'M l'A NIKS.
WIDOWS' & OKPJIAXS'
Mutual Aid Societv
UrKHnl7.rl JulvUtb, 1H77, Imler the I .awn o
the Slate 'of Illinois. I'opvritditcil Jal
9, P177, L'niler Act of (.'oiiitreas.
JAS. M. McflAtlKY....
.1. II. KOI5INSON
.1. A. OOLoSTINE.,..
W. II. M AliK AN I
J. S. I'KTKIK f
EI). II. WHITE
... Medical Advisers
KXKCUTI VK COM M ITT 1J JO.
Wm. F.I' ITCH Kit. L. S. THOMAS,
W. C. JOt'KLYN . K. VINCENT,
WILL T. HEPIiLltN.
IIOAIII) (K M ANAOKKH:
J. A. Goldstlno, of Goldsllne & liosenwaler, whole
nle and retail rlrv tfood, etc.; Jan. S. Meliahey,
lumber dealer; Win. K. 1'ilchur, general airentj
Albert Lewis, dealer in llonr and raln; L'H
Thomas, bricklayer; Moses Phillips, contractor
and builder; II. A. thn mliley, grocer: Thus.
Lewis, aecretarv and attoroey-allnw; v. II.
Mareati, Ilniuepnthle physician; II Ha der, of
Hiinder A Hon. irrocurs ; K. H ltnlril, slreei super
visor; lid II. While, ass'l sec. W. A (i. M . A. So
clely; . I. W. Spier, lumber ami s .w-inlll; f. L.
Oernluon, barber: K. II. Dietrich, clerk W.,St. L.
P.K. it.; M. Kobler. merchant tailor: detr M.
Clark, dealer In wall-paper aud window shades; ,;,
K. Himllsb, conlractiir and builder; Will T. lied
burn, of Morse & liedbiirn, clar iiiiiiiul'acliirers;
K. Vlnrunt, dealur In 1 1 mil and cement; L A.
I'helpa, phototfraphur; W.O. Joieljn, dentist,; s.
II. Tabor, mrg. Jeweler;. f. H. KoMnsou, J. I', and
notary public; J. 8. l'etrle. physician; II. W.
Host wick, Insurance aifcut ; K. K. Jarboe. roreinnu
Ht. lias mains, and K K. Walhridiie, lumber and
saw-mill, of (talro; II. Lulijbtoii, cashier Nat .
Ratik.Hiuart, Iowa; Ilov. V, A. Wilkerson, I'rvors
burn, Ky. ( J.W. Tarry, phvidclan. Fulton, Ky.
rrillE CITY NATIONAL HANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
CAPITAL, ft 100.000!
A General Bankiiiflf HuhIiicss
Til OH. V. II V 1j1.AU A V
JjJNTEUrRISE SAVING HANK.
KXCLUSIVELYA SAVINGS HAKK.
TIIOS. W. HALiLl I) A V ,
Spef.u's Port Gpape Wine !
pour vka1.s old.
V -7 f, Ba
and lac r. v;rAf.