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In miirniiiti'il autia-
lietnrytlltg w-aror in every nj.
,r the nmiicv will ' r.'mi.lcu l.y
the j.i.-oii from bom it as bouulit.
The only Mret ,.H.n..11n;l bv y;' 'j ' JJ
,,"'to" rilHT.'iby Mull, I'nli'e I'utJi
1W.II. IW.Iaft !.. Mr.AJ..II..
Aa..ml..ul (r.tr.bvy) 0.t0. M.r.ln. t.M
nr..k I'r.scrv.,,,, ....- ''-
klrl-uiipurlilii. ' ,
1.) lea.M " 'li ' "rryvtirri-.
t llK.UiO COUSET CO.. ll.lc.UO. HI.
Hop flitters are the rurt'st ami Best
Bitters ever Ma le.
Thoy nro compi'iiixU'il from 1 T ps, Mult,
Biiclm, Miuiiriike ami JXiniicloin the oili
est, !-t, ni most vnluulilo medicines
in tint, woridarnl contain nil tho best nnd
most ciiPitive properties of nil other rem
ediee, bcinrr the reatt Wood Purifier,
Liver Kegul itor, and Life mi l Health Re
storing Asjctit m earth. No disease or ill
health can possibly long exist where these
Hitters aro used, so varied and pertect are
They give new li'e and vigor to the aged
and infirm. To all whose employments
cause irregularity of the bowels or urinary
orgms, or require an npiticr, Topic and
mild Stimulant Hop Bitters are invaluable,
being highly curative, tonic and stimula
ting, without intoxicating.
No matter what yonr feelings or symp
toms are, what the disease or ailment is
use lLp Bitters. Dm't wait until you
tire sick, but if you only feel bad
or miserable, use Hop Bitters at
once. It may save jour life.
Hundreds have been saved by eo doing,
f WO will be paii for a case they will not
cure or help.
Do not sutf'T or let your friends suffer,
but ue and uw them to use Hop Bitters.
Remember Hop Bitters is no vile.drugged
drunken nostrum, but the Purest nnd
Best Medicine ever made; the "Invalid's
Friend and Hope," and no person or family
should be without them. Try the Bitters
Ilusteher'e Stomach Miters mwli the iecjnlr
Ti'Tim i.f tin-rational nic llrnl jit.vt oeophy which
kt li rt.'ltt til' vaila It la n ri.trfiir Iv lilt ri, vtr,. a
lik- remedy, emhritcluir, tlie t'iree liiipurtant n(
rrtlaa of a liriviinllv,i h tiinl, mill mii nllnrHllv,.
1, r...llll, . ,1... I, ...I.. u.n..., .11.-. ....... I. .Ii.ii.ilnu
mid revitalizes the torpid ctnnnrli n I I v. r, Htiil
fit. ., I. l.'llll.FK fl,,,, ... I. tl.l. ..I f 1 P.. lll..lii,,
Kor eale by ail l)riiy.-iu ritul lU tiler uenertliv
OUGHT TO KNOW.
Tliore oxisls n moans of so
cuiiti it soft inid brilliant
Complexion, no mailer how
yoor it may naturally bo.
Imrim's Jllanolia Halm is n
delicnfo and harmless iirU
do, which instantly removes
Freckles, Tan, Kedness,
Roughness, Eruptions, Y til
par Flushitips, etc., etc. So
delicate, and natural are its
effects Hint its use is not
suspected hy anybody.
No lady lias the riht to
present u disllirured lace in
society when the Magnolia
Halm is sold by till druggists
for 75 cents.
bbllf onrtil. m i it'mi' h rnMiru.M k ,m. w.iZL
Ho kauri ftu1 Uir in- Th, Mi'ii H',Arv Mll,
iuivrtiiD .-crvouo Mrhini), l'h-ljl llrr.w
iipiilfM fuitrm M'irfi urorrmiii rrftiortitmi v full ai Mf,
Msnbona. r'i'i. rrfrrLirc, eirtuiy. tiJtUMl mm
ittr. (uiit'nl!in otiiii pb? ri
TON ItKMKDV CO- 40 n. llth Bi. Ik
Tbnt umiirl n-cn hvfmv Jt.(0 to f H 0) jir Any pro.
in, icu uk "i-ni Km .timiuni," I ncnio.i nnre
loni llltln fnliimvi'vnr ccvl. Nnaded, "H(loriipd
iinu pori imx'a uy mi rliMo; ncitliliiK In " I'onk
nnt ever hjiihi inn. will jtovu It or rorMI V u,
Comnli't p m l1u nnd rnnflt N r . nr mil nartl
rulun for Hnnm. Ion't miiri out ifnln nnhl mm
lirn wh( ! lil of Uiln bunk, ami whHt ollirm
r diMiiK. w ll. TllitMt'HUN, 1'ulillnhnr, ll
Arm Dirvii, ruiuuviyk it, r. r aw
The Daily Jlnlletiii.
Msmug lor irray Bnappnrs in norma,
About (JiHrn Kny the pray snnjipef
1.4 exeeodlnglj abundant, and it on of
thfl finest of the ptirlev wilt-writer fiulie
cf the South. In deep water thry may
bo canght readily with crawiinh bait)
but about the shoal H ater they are wily
In the extreme, and require a fisherman
that knows the rojiri to catch them.
They run In size about like our striped
baas, but are a deeper and much hand
somer fish. W' have seen a preen hand
drop his white line and sinker, with bnlt
carefully covering the point. Into water
and. hoh'l it by the half hour, the noble
lish distinetly seen in seventy feet of
water, swimming by In pairs, not civing
It the slightest notice. By and by Sandy,
one of the colored habitues of the Key,
saunters down to the dock, and the fol
lowing conversation ensues:
'I)em fish Is a-langhin'nt you, boss."
"How eo?" remarked the patient fish
erman. "Kase dey tinks you tinks dey's fool
ish. 8pec's dat's de w ay you fish up
No'th. You can't fool dese snappers
wif dat line."
"They won't bite," was the retdy.
"Yes, dey will," said Sandy. "You jes
keep to' eyes on ne, boss."
Willing to be taught, tho fisherman
hauled in his line, and Sandy, seizing an
old piece of iron barrel-hoop, ran down
to the beach, waded in, and soon, by
some slashing blows, cut down a score
of young sardines that lined the beaeh.
lie then pulled out a gray-colored line
that extietfv resembled the bottom. The
book was attached to a foot and a-half
of slender copper wire, and a sardine
hooked through the tail. It was tossed
over with plenty of slack, nnd the fish
soon seen lying on the bottom. The
snappers that at first seemed shy gath
ered around, and Sandy, by a dexterous
twitching of the line, soon made it ap
pear to them that the fish was alive.
The wire was invisible, and the fish seem
ed in a frantic struggle, its bright sides
5 learning and flashingeven at that depth,
'he snappers seemetl irresistibly drawn
to it, and finally, after nosing it several
times, a huge fellow took it daintily and
started off. Sandy slacked away, but
in a momont more he hooked the game.
Then came the hissing, rushing of the
line, the welcome pain of burnt fingers,
slacking, playing, and hauling, until
finally, In ten minutes from the time the
lino went over, a magnificent snapper
lay quivering on the dock. -V. 1'. l'ost.
A Scene In Court.
The following anecdote is ..'A to be
literally true of an eminent 1:i a it:
The gentleman in question, who wa.
then quite young, was retained as advo
cate in a case on which, not feeling him
self sufficiently prepared to plead, he
was very desirous nf obtaining a post
ponement. As, however, the court had
already protracted its session beyond
the usual pcrM in consequence of an
unusnHl amount of business, nnd of
course tho jury were getting impatient
to bo released from their duress, he was
well aware that it would be impossible 'o
procure such a postponement unless ho
could allege some extraordinary caus.
Fortunately, or unfortunately as tho
result proved, ho had a lively imagina
tion, and had quickly formed a plan
which ho was sure would b successful.
Rising, with his handkerchief to his
eyes, he addressed the court in great ap
"May it please the court, I have just
Heard of tho dangerous illness of my
venerable mother, who i- lying at the
point of death. 1,'nder such eireum
tanees, imieh ns I regret protracting an
already lengthened session, I must re
quest bat this ease be postponed. My
feelings nre so powerfully agitated that
I should bo unable to do justice to tho
case, feeling as I do that my proper
place is at the bedside of my mother."
The pathetic appeal was completely
successful. A feeling of earnest sym
pathy for the afilictod counsel pervaded
all hearts, ami the jurors, though anx
ious to return to their families, were, not
sufficiently hard of heart to wish to have
the business of the court proceed at such
a s.ierilico of personal feeding.
The Judge, who was a tender-hearted
man, had risen, and was about to grant
the request of the counsel, when the
deep hush was broken by a (Junker bon
net, who was bending over the railing of
the gallery. It was tho mother of the
eloquent counsel, who, so far from being
at the point of death, came without her
son 8 knowledge to hear him plead.
"Timothy, Timothy," she-exclaimed,
in a voice which could be heard all over
the house "Timothy, Timothy, how
often have I chastised' thee for lying?"
It is needless to say that the 'court
room fairly shook with laughter, and tho
eloquent counsel, the late Timothy Cof
fin. s!it down completely nonplussed.
Tho case wasn't postponed.
.Ttvlgo Puffy, Haltimon', Md,
decided recently, that the sale of agood
will without anything more does not
prevent the seller from setting up a
similar business next door to the busi
ness sold by hiin. To prevent that
the purchaser must have an express
contract with the seller to that etlecl.
The law, be said, will not imply such a
covenant, becntisc It is in restraint of
trade, and for the same reason the salu
of a sign with the linn name on it gives
no exclusive right to the purchaser in
tho absence of an agreement for the us
of the firm name.
Monday Evening, Junk 11, 1883.
Under tho influence of the heavy rains
that catro with the new moon the rivers
have started on a boom and are slowly
crawling up their banks. Tho rain of Sat
urday night was wonderful, marking a full
2 Inches between sundown and sunrise.
One pleasant result of tho storm is air,
free from dust, cool and bracing.
The market in dull in all departments.
There U hardly enough doing In grain and
hay to establish prices.
FLOUR-Thu movement is small owing
soraowhat to lack of supplies, and pricoa
aro held firm,
HAY Tho market is glutted with com-
m n nay lor which there is no sale. Choice
fctock is in moderate supply and fair dew
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
CO UN The market rules dull. Btwkg
are light and the demand small.
OATS -Tho market is well supplied and
MEAL Quiet and unchanged.
IMIAN Nmio in market. The demand
is fair at 80 cts. in sacks.
UU TTEK-8ucu a i glut in butter was
never known in this market before. It is
stowed in cellars and rooms and wherever
it can be put to get it out ot the way.
Common butter will not sell at any price.
EQCJS-Plenty, and with the hot weath
er coming on prices have a tendency down
ward. ClHC'KENS-rienty and lower. There
is some demand for young chickens ac
cording to size, as quoted.
FRUIT Berries in good condition com
mind re idy sale.
PO rATOES Old Fetch blows are high
er. Louisiana new potatoes are lower and
must decline further, as home raised ate
now brought iu competition and Bell at
f 1.00 to 1.10 per bushel.
Salon and Quotations.
SOTB. Tht prtrti r gi?en r tor Mlet from
flrt Und Id round oU. An adiiura ts
charged for broken lottn 0lllnorder.
401 hh vartoni EMdea 4 3.
SOI M1 fanry . J
l.hl)! patmt " :'
m W.t ch ilc 5 "5
t r.r prtrn, TinuMby ,,,:
t tar gilt edge 11
9 rr uhltn In aurVii AA W
2 cars mixed In bulk
4 care in Vmtk..-
Scan In bulk
WU H AT.
No.K.'il. m rbn f
No. M'-'ltU-ranfan l
hbld ctt 1 lota s4l
200 bbls City - '
JO pounit Northern -"
ponnd choice Northern l'ftl
S'jo pounda couut y
vm doiien 1
nj d t -n H
l.aige choice IS "O
bma l .... ii
8 coops hen a . eOS
lOcoopa yoaoK cUlckena 1 H'uti V)
sj crate a In qua Ity .....1 Mii 51
50 crates 1 OOitl .0
Mcra'ea fancy S 00
Choice yellow '
Norihorn Peach Blows per bush 1 OO'll in
noiiinnru ins. reacn inowa per ounu vu- i
Louisiana i.ew potatoes, per lbl S 03 i'j
fer c.ato 4 0145 On
T :1-washed ' t,(t
rnie uriwastied iojh
Hnlfito . US
I) til t. Iinnn lU&liH
8. V. Hums IS
... i f .it
M .IoIiik It li
Ohli. IdV.T . I i
i"t huMiel liiiriips
5 hil-hel '
Pi'iches, halves anil utiniiers..... H4li
Appli-a, hrtifhl 7,"ffl
Choice nv li tl
I 'renin .
II ID US
Dry flint choice
Sheei Celts, dry .,
Sheen Hi Us, trreen
Damaged II Idea....
HM a ,
. 4 riiiQ B Of
4 71 a oc
. a Ma T H
. 7 SO '(
KATU8 OK KKBIQIIT.
Oram Hay Kloiir Pork
Helena, Ark M w7
Vlfkaliiirg t,Q no J, 12
War below MamphU, 17S WVj, j-, e
TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE i2, U83,
Ilidng aOreat I'eul of Good,
M C Perry, of rorllnnd, Mo., wrlti'a: Yonr
IIKNIU " L'AUHOLIC HAIA'K la do:iig a vrnat
di-al f ron(1- Hiimi' ef my frlnnita have Ittuin
urrally teiie llltnd hv Hi U'e. I llilnk It la the brat
talto I bnvu ovi-r un-d Uewars of totiiiturrdtn.
DAKKK'H TAIN I'AN Al'KA runn pain in man
aud Ix'aat. Kor e 6 vliTiially anil (menially.
DH. HOtiKK'fi VKUKTAIHjB W'OltM HYRl'l'
luatanlly dnnmya Worma and removei (ho Hucro
tlimi Mbicb cauau Ihrm.
PH. TnWITT 0. KKI.I.lNdK.UH UN' I MB NT
li an Infiill'alilu ruru fur hhoumaltam, Huralna,
l.amt'U'-M and IHoai o( tho Hralpaud tor pro
inoiliii; Ill B"''0 f u! Hair,
DiMitmi'a Balaiim cutea Colds, ('oiiti, Ittiuu.
ma'tam, Kidney troiitiloa, eto Can bu ua d rxior
naliy a a plater.
Truthfulness nb do boy speaks oh de
nobility ob de man.
A lie gains strength wid age, but de
truth is alVrs weakened.
In a boy stinginess Is eondeinned, but
In a man it is called business.
When a 'oman lights, she tights to hurt
yer. Ue cow is a mighty ipiict animal,
but her kick - oh. Lawd.
le man what does yer a favor and
keeps remindin' you ob de fack. Is wtis
den de man what refused you in do lirst
le fear ob de law rathurden a feelin'
ob honesty is w hat keeps many a man
outen de penitentiary. Many' a man
worships de Lawd more on account ob
hell deu ob heaben.
It maybe sad but it is truedat ef a man
owes thirty dollars an" only has dat
amount ob "money, be will Ik?" more re
spected by de community ef he spends
de money fur a suit ob clothes rather
deu payiu' de debt.
.( r(i itsa ir Traveler.
"Somefiuj Mos' R niarkable.''
An old colored man, evidently from
the country, was standing, wrapped In
admiration and an old army overcoat,
in front of the folding machine when
we went into the pre room yesterday.
"Ever see anything to beat that,
"Well, bo1-, ilat arismos' 'stonishin'.
Hit's a wonderful piece ob mechanical
ism. an' it jes lays out le paten' stump
I mller an' frows dirt on de secular saw,
mt Iks, we has a mo' remarkable
thing down teroursettleiiient sonietin'
dat wud make ilis yer machinery look
like de small side show 'longsider de
sho" 'nongh suku in de big tent."
"What is it. mu le?"
"Does yer know Hornsby's Bend,
down on de riber?"
"Well. sah. dis yer machinery ob
vours am right pearl; but Mar. James
llornsbv, sah. hah someiin' dat would
make all dat mechanicali-m 'shamed of
"What, in the mischief, has he got?"'
"Mars. James Horuby, ah. hab got
a houn' pup what'r. wcli-finited. an' a
dominicker hen what crows like a
Change of Moid.
I declined to insert your advertisement ot
Hop Bitters Inst jenr, bi-CHUse I then
thought they might not lie promotive ot lie
cause of Temperance, tmt nna tiny aie, hnl
a very valuable medicine, myse,i una wile
havin; Seen greatly benefi;teil by tie m,
hnd I tike treit pienm.-e in making them
known. Kkv.Joiin Skamvn,
Editor II ine Sentinel, Afton, N. Y,
O. P. ('uiinuiu'haui, Charnpnign, I I., snyt-:
"I Kin selling a lartre sin 'tint of Brown's
Iron Bitters, nnd it tills the bill remarkably
Advice to "tiotheiH.
j Arc- you disturbed at nitbt and broken
J of your rest by a sick child fullering and
crying with pam ot cuttini; teethf II so,
setui at once and get a bottle oi Mrs. ins
low's Sofithitiu Syrup for Children Teeth
iti!,'. Its value is incalculable. It will rc
lieve the poor little sufferer iinmed
iately. Depen i upon it, mothers, there is
no misfske about it. It cures dysentery and
dmrrho'a, regulates the stomach nnd how
els, cures wind colic softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
enercv to the whole sybtetn. Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prcsrrij
fioii of one of the oldest and best female
physicians. Hnd nurses in the United Stales,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 2o cents a bottle.
To The Went.
There are a numLerot rout;s leading to
the above-mentioned aeciion, but the direct
and reliable route is via Haiut Louii nnd
over the Missouri Pacific. JUilwiiy. Two
trains ilmly are run ttoin the ('rand Union
l' put, Smut Louis to Kansas Ciiy, Leaven
worth, An hinon, St. Joseph and Omaha.
1'iilliiiiiti Pilaci; Sleeping Curs of the very
tlresi iimke are atta hod to nil trains.
At Kansa City Union Ilepot, passengers
lor Kansas, ("olotado, ISew Mexico and ( u
'f 'rn'ia '""'ict with exptess trains of sll
At Atchison, connection is made with
express t rains lor Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Ovxtland train for California.
This line oilers to parties enroute to tin
West and Northwest, ijot only fust Htm
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, hs it passes through the (incut por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, piiinphlets, &(;., ot thie
line, which will be mailed true.
C. li. Kl.NNAN, P. Cll ANI1LUK,
Ass't OcnT Pass. Agent, (len'l Pass Agent
Dropsy and liheiiiiiHtniii.
Dropsical and Hheiimalic, persnna II n
the use ot nneer a Port ( irani) Wine, o Ni-w
Jersey, of inealcuabln hetit tit. Its purity
and vaiuaoie properties liuve given it
wide ren'iiation iiinonir iilivsiclana throui'
out this cotintrv and 1'iirope. This winu
tmik the ingliest premium at the late Cell
tennial. It Is excellent for weary nl de
lillitiited females, at.il used hv the best funi
ilies in New York ns an evening lainily
wine, for sine uy I'liui. u. ciiuii.
. Disease, Propensity and Passion, brings
Mankind numberless ailments, for-jtnost
among them are Nervousness, Nervous De
bllity, and unnatural weakness of Genera
tlvo Organs; Allen's Drain Food successful
ly overcomes these troubles and restores the
... . i - ... . A . 1.1
sutlerer to ins lortner vigor. i. a. urug
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Is a Positive Cora
Tor all hMe PlBft.lMiipUItaa Weakwaae
a Mmasoa to oar kl female (HipulalUit.
A Mi illclne for Woman. Inronts it hy i Woman.
rrepared by a Woman.
Tht OrMlnl 1l.l 01,. ry Slslks Ds.a f lllaKry.
tf"lt revive the drooping aplrlta, InrltroraU-a and
Virmcmues the orvanlc fiiirllon, grt, alutletly an4
Irmiie' to the tip rest orw, the natural lint re to-
ere, am pUute on the pAln chek nf wom.n the f r S
risi.f life's aprliiK an.t early summer time.
( CPhysiclant Use It and Prescribe It Freety ft
It remores falntmNis. flatulency, deetroya all eratlng
t r nimuUnt, and rellowi wikni- of the atoma.'h.
Ttmt fiHfllnn ot tn.arlnK down, canning pain, Wfigli,
S I li. kache, la lway pernianently enn'd liy It uo.
I or (bo rare of Kldeey aiaplnlnt. of either a
thla Conpniiuil ts noaurpeMed.
I.TDMK, PIKlMM:i BI.OOTt ri RlTIFR
ti uiit..ifl ev.-iy ..j.iitf- ,,t linmum (n-ni ll.e
HI.hi.1, a-iil o.e ton., anil ir.-ny-th i. the ajsivm, of
nuul wutuli'ri'lil.d. In.lnt nn havuur 1U
11 .It the Compound an.l lllood rurtfler are prenarwl
at to ajui tu W.'rt m Arenun, I.ynn, tut lYti-e of
mthi r, l. Hit bitli for t-'i. Svtit tiy mall la the form
of ptlla, or of 1 n.T on rwlpt of prtoe, l per box
f..rellher. Mr, l'liikham fre-ly onmreni all l.-tteraof
Inquiry. Eiii-looe Vt. rtamp. PVnd for rm.l,l. t
No Nmliy hnul 1 he without t.TMl K. riNKnMt
UVKH l'll.l.s. Tn.-r eure e.mit ii.n, liiUoiuotvaj
auil Wnil liiy ot tlie liver. IU e. nu ( r tmi.
a-lsoldby nil Ira1ata.- 0)
1 1 rino
Youne Men. Middlo
1 A end M-n.and U Men
I I r IM ho auller from early
11 lnlicretion will find
Allen Hrain fimi the
moat powerful Inniforant ever tntnxlaeM:
once rtnrwd h u thre t no relapae. Trr
it; It ri-v. r fails. l : t for SV-M Drut-
aw or ny man ir.im Allen a I'hamiacy,
riy man ir.m Allen a I'harreacy,
Avon n o.
hit itrcntfth. If yw
rrt fckrtf4 down
Kt wis . or bvrftrlr tui
CTfttotn, Allen's Hrhin Vornt .U (jnna
nently rtr all !'( viF'tr. inrt tn riffth(i
nil mi of hrftin and H4y. $ , 6fr
fft At 1 Tit-mait, or by mil trtrm Aiima
ey, 3l( )
Ave n u e
fall Of the many rvme-
II oVIlV1 lie twfnri. ttie publis
I I Pil 2V ,ur Kervooa rtrt.ilitr
aoa I m w lh,mlin by at em,
there la none eqqal fr Allen'a Kram Food,
whlrh promptly and permanently reatora
all lnt vior; it navar fail, tl tikf .ef' r
V At ilrua-h-iata or hr rua.il Irom Alien's
Uruaviata or rif luail irotn Allen a
Ave n lie
fm a 1 1 For seven years Allen's
I I I fc!7 V1 Hrain loort ,aa atoci
III" ! A "oncost teste as
I I 111 1 1 to l merits In curing
aaa aaa aaa I ev Varrousneaa. Nnrvoi
HalillltT. and restoring Inat nowera to tr.a
weakened licneratire Hvaiem, and, In r
initanea haait evnrfailed; tllt. J 1 r ' r
ts At I)niifrfita. or by mail frm Aliens
t)niifrfita. or by mail frm Alien s
cy, il6 tHt
I falllll. "MenoMnalneornoro
III Kl J V aanu:" "A sound mind
I I WmV2 X In eaoun.l body" laths
II I II II trad., mark of Allen's
ai ftai Baa S lrjinl'iUndi
aura our reader that, if disaatiartsd wltb
either waaknawi of Hrain nr llodily jinwara,
tine remily will pnnanantl alretigthan
teith. SI. -At Drua-a-iata, or ny mall rrtim
MallA Naremitnaas. tfnWM
I I l fl 7 V T)blllty, Neuralfia,
I I Hlti A Nervoaa rfhook. Sl.Vt
I 1 I II Kl Ina Dance, Prostration,
ajlailaill W ,n dlseasaa of
Nerra (Generative Orrana are all perma
nanllyand radically eurnl by Allan's Hrain
0 for 4'. -At. Drua-a-ia'a. or by mall fr
rood, t no sraat tioianuai romeay. i r
Ai llrua-a-iats, or by mall from
cy, alb I at
I I l KM A Atn Brain Food
I I P llin liolanlnal eat.raot
I I III atrenirtliens tho Hrain
LI I II KJ and positively ouroa
klailall I W ii,,hlllly, Ner-
vnnaneaa, iieadaena, nnnaiu
allweakneaiiftinnratlvehystml H never
falls. l pka , M for -At DniMlste, or
by mail from Alleii'a Pharmaey, M Ural
I k TMseaea, PmrHmeltr ana
1laaainn brluiia Man.
BI1IS H ,o,j
I I ll atl mania, foremost among
aaa MS SMI I Wthnni are Nnrvouaneaa,
Nervous Delilllty and unnatural weakens
of Osnerutlva Orttaiist Allen's Hrain l''nnd
aueceaafully ovon?oines theae troubles and
roatoMHtlie sufferer to Ills former vlaor. f I.
i lata, or
1 1 len'a
,'v. sin ii
kwuuu, Mow York City,
yf -TflU ('..vra.$0(3forBADV
I 4ll4k',r 1,1 19
H ftT t V CrlPCL OKCAN. HO.
trllr'Na.l VXmJf If WarntliliHi . Adilreea
PtcmiKaoN Co., IU
West Hill Bt.B.iri
LIJNOIS OKNTItALR. R.
'TI'tT I la.aa.aaaaas
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
Tho Onlv Line Kumiini?
O DAILY THAWS
Makino Dikkct Connection
K ASTERN LINKS.
i'iui,e Liavi CAih-,':
:). ii ii,. Mini,
rrti. it J.-:' 4'., , ( i.t,lo.t:!iiipm
Cor.niu if at Oilm and rrei.Um lor rinnn"
nau, I. :all!e. l!.J.a,',j ,. ,,) p. nl, uB,t
tl:l a.1li. Ht. I.iiis, Hint W eateni
li.x 1. ! k.
irrivln.. in Kt. I.'-uia r :l: P. m., and tonnectlne
for all piiir.ta ,-,.
'.I TtU p.m. J-'awt i apteea
F .r HI .,:r anri t'hlr.pi, nr.Uxv.g at 8t. Loute
10:lii p.m., and lin afu ; a u.
p.m. t im ii.iiMi J Upri HH.
rrtvirc at l 'li,ci..nail Mm an..; l.ouievitla
a m.; liidlai.ai.olie 4 1.& a.m. i a.n,,..rs ,
true train narlj liie aloe j.i.n.ta 1 to '111
llol'hs In advance .l ai.y ovLt-r n.nic-.
M.r Kl IMi l AK ( airo to (.'Incu t, an, without
raiifM, arid thronr-h sleejiore to St rcule and
Fast Time Last.
PHSS('IM'pi'1'S ' ' ,t'1 "' tl.rr.nph to Kast.
.. a , . i"" "' " I'"1 " itl-oot aiy d,,,
ai.aed bv Sui.day tuta-rvs i.inar. The Sathrfa af-er
von train fr. m i iroir.niii ,,t -k iioLilav
nmniudat 10 .1.S. Tl.ir-y a;, r,r, it, ,dvai,re,.f
'r I-or tiiroi'fh tii k.t ki ii furl o r n 'urir atldii
MoV ai Mil,,.., l.,r :rr I , - ' 1 '. ; , t, I hr. '
a ti I..VC..'1 "' '' tt.1"et Acn.1.
a. it. UANSW, (iii. I t.,. Aiirt i i. item
rOI!T (illAl'i, WINK
a - .l '. ,
... v. .?-'
'X. . I tl "T ala
Ftil'l! Yi:.l.S tll.I).
THIS I KI KIIUATK1) NATIVE WISE la niada
from the Jul--f of the Oimrto ti-aie. rain d tn
thlsi iititly It- lnvaUikliie lor.ir ntnl etn ujtti
"iiiliK iroiert'i- are tnieiirt aneed hv any ntlier
Native W inc. Ili-lfif 'h- pnre Juire nf it liru',
(irnilui'i'tl u inter Mr. Sto-i-r e owe pi reolial eujiervi
urn, !e itully atiii t'. iiu'in ne-, an- guaranteed
T h vourii-e'. child in i ,iartul of ita ( neroiia
qua ities, ai d the wenke 1 n v ti M 1 nei- I! tn ai'Vun
la.o It la iari,ru.nr,v )iiiii.I1i lul tn .he ajed and
d- liilltHti'il. aud -int' ll to ll. e aroma nl.niriit. thnt
affi'i-i th" wi-aker aex , It U i i; e ,-rv r.-at -clA
WINK tu UK I : K ! I K i (V
Spcrr's J'. .1. Sherry.
The 1' J. SlIKKIti' la wine of Sii.erinr Char
acter and i art a ke of the rirli rjualillee (if tho krape
from wh rti II le n.ail' l or i'urltv. I; 1 1-li i,oe . t la
vr and MkiIIi-IiihI I'ropi rtiee. U will lie tunnd tin-
Spcers r. ,1. TlrHiidy .
This TlHA Nil V -tiunl-unrlv i'ei! It; llila (Niiir.try
helm.' fur atiinTicr f. r medicinal ptiriniaea. it la a
uureilleiilUHim iriio' the i.mtie. i mi roti'ams vat-
uahle meillclna1 pniieriie. I;lma deliealn fin
vor. eini'larto tliatuf Ihe itrai . Irotn which It le
Itat'lleil, and le in front favor nttmiii.' tlr-t-claaa
fi,:i.llli- ree 1 1 lit in,' ii, " . of AlHtr.M
Hl'Kr II, laiilc, v J over the rork ol vvtt
cifi Hv Paul sen mi
AND II Y Dlil'iiiilHTS I : V 1 KVW'f UK.
llliOOl) I'OISON !
Atlanta, .a., April 17. IMS.
In Kb I wee Hie v.rlliu f 11 terriliii! li'miil I'olsnil
auil alli r In Inu li' aid iv Ihiee I'liyl lans wa con
lined to mv lied, not nlilu' lo rnlee my batui to my
head-aiillinii' up clots ol hlnoil, and reduce" lu
unli'hl fro") IW lo l:ni ti' iiiida. I then hi lii the
ti i. i.f SWIFT'S SI'ITII'IC. nil In lees than three
nionllM I ivn.ellllielyiM'll.weUhed llsl. ami liavu
never hnd asIllilolil or tint tllsenee eluce. IT ll
had tint 1 i forNv.ll 'e H't'iW ."w
liuve In on Iii my ruv. .It'll N V . HIHUWI .
TltlKDM T HI'. INK TWO rAIe WITHOUT B'J.1. r.
Mernrliil Hhfiiinallam rr'l" mo a cripple, Alter
irvltir Hot Hprinra t? vear-. ' .1 '-M"' '
I'.iutrh tr.ntn.iMit nnlll I rva aeke'etnli and na ,l)lo
ti.tloauytliltm.l wur-' t-rovri IU..I tipon to . k i .
eoiitai iifS, S K After tilklni' llir' tnjltiee my
S p Ti." he -an to Ittiprov,,. a.i.l I 9Ah np
". i When I had tul en te vo hollies I felt a
Wi II I over ili'l now lw!o month- slnca
Tl i okV. H l H Mv health anrt atipnlltn are (rood,
ijdJb 2 tn ai.end.to all
d I i-iAO UI'.WAHD will h" P" "'t
ShlslHlU who will nnd, on siialyelenf til i litililei
H 8, 8 , one particle of mercury, lodldi) ptituaeitim
or any nilusrul tilietanca.
TUK HWIr-1' 81'Kt'IKIC CO.,
Drawer H, Allanla, (la.
Our little Book walled fret) lo ayplieauta.