Newspaper Page Text
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1882.
rniru M4rrm nrrn unrv
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
Terma ot Subioriptlon.
rnaa of roHTikOi:
Dully onnyar by currier $13 Orj
(A) per cent, discount il paid lu advanca.)
ially,onu year iy wall - 10 0C
Daily, out) montt 1 00
Weekly, oua year 2 (JJ
Weulv.ll mouth 1 00
lyciuls of ttvo or mom for Wnultly UuUetln at
onetime, pur year, $1 M
INVillUBI.T IN ADVANCI.
All Communication! aliould l addressed to
J. A. HL'KNKTT,
Publisher and Pronrlotor.
WORTHY OP LOVE.
"And how it it that you are not a
Ueuodict yet, Hal? You certainly aru
not a bad match as tho world (toph,
either jierdonally or professionally," said
Arthur Dane, w ith a lazy glatiee of ap
proval at his friend, 'lint ix.-rhaps you
are the fastidious one --eh?''
Harry Judson and Arthur Dane were
old friends and college chunis. Tho
latter, after spending several successful
years ahroad, had returned to find tho
slim, thoughtful student changed into a
stalwart man, with an M. D. attached
to his name, and a good practice grow
ing up about him.
"In that respect," replied Dr. Jud
son, in answer to his friend's remark,
"you find mo tho isamo as when wo
parted ten years ago. Of course, I have
had my fancies, but they have never de
veloped into facts. The truth is, it is
difficult U find a true woman, such as
our wives should he."
"Whew!" exclaimed Arthur; "what
would tho fair daughters of Kidgeway
say to uch u sweeping denunciation a
"It may bo my obtuseness, but as far
as my observation goes, there are twu
chief classes of women in this town, tho
wealthy, who mako a display of their
money and accomplishments, whether
real or pretended, who have no idea of
any higher or other life than a useless
one; and the second clas, who try to
appear as well oil" as the others, starve
themselves for the sake of appearances,
and are covered with confusion if caught
in a calico dress, or doing any of the
household duties which a woman should
understand, and be proud of her know
ledge. I am beginning to think, though,
that there is one exception," he added,
after ft pause.
"Ah, I thought so!" murmured Ar
thur, under his breath. "And she is?"
he asked aloud.
"You doubtless remember Helen
"Surely you cannot mean that gav
firl of whose brilliancy
ave heard so much?"
and conquests 1
"Tho same. The recent death of her
father has left herself and her mother
nearly penniless, and the latter an in
Talid; but since their atlliction Helen is
displaying traits of character which I
never dreamed that she possessed. Her
devotion to her mother is beautiful."
"Glad to hear it," said Arthur hearti
ly, "And hope you will never have any
reason to change your opinion of her."
. The same day iir. Judson called upon
Mrs. French professionally.
As he was leaving, Helen met him in
the hall with an anxious face.
"You find her no better, doctor? Tell
mo truly what vou think. Is there
nothing'that willlielp her?"
Harry luoked down sympathetically'
into the apfWing dark eyes.
"Yes, Miss French," lie said slowly,
"there is one course which would prob
ably restore her completely."
"And that?" she asked eagerly,
"Your mother needs something nuro
than medicine. Perfect rest of mind
and body and change of air - say a few
weeks at some ijuict seashore town
would benefit her wonderfully."
"You are ipiilo certain of this?''
"I am positive. It might be tho
means of Having her life."
"Then she shall go," she said uietly.
The next time Dr. Judson called ho
found Mrs. French on the lioint of de
parting upon her journey, one id
former servants bustling about her.
"You see I have a new nurse,"
"Where is Miss French?" ho
"Oh, sho went away yesterday to vis
it somo friends."
"(!ono away!" Harry repeated
"Yes; it would bo altogether too quiet
for her at tho place w here 1 am going,
and the poor child must have some re
creation. I dare say Nancy w ill take
good care of me," Mrs. French replied,
with a little regretful sigh.
Feeling too surprised and vexed to
pursue the subject, Dr. Judson, after a
few parting directions took his leave.
Ho would scarcely aeknow ledge, even
to himself, the disappointment and pain
which ho felt at Miss French's strange
"Hut 1 might hare expected it," ho
thought bitterly. "Her affectation of
concern for her mother certainly seemed
genuine, but this desertion at such a
" time shows how utterly heartless sho
And very regretfully ho viewed tho
ruins of tho air castles which he had
already begun almost unconsciously to
Tho long sultry days of August came,
and Dr. Judson, from too close appli
cation to his profession, found himself
in a condition which demanded rest, so
one day he packed his valise, and start
ed off for u two weeks' vacation.
Towards sunset he reached his desti
nation, not a fashionable resort, but a
quiet placo among tho hills, a largo hos-pitablo-looking
house, whoso boarders
camo thero every summer to recruit
their health and energies.
Ilarry had previously boarded at Mrs.
Mills', and everything nppearcd very
natural and homelike as ho entered tho
airy dining-room, where tho family and
boarders were already assembled for
As he seated hinisulf at ono of tho
tables somo ouo approached him. He
glanced up, and to his groat surpriso
met the quiet eyes of Helen French.
Ho would havo riseu, but she mo
tioned to him to remain soated.
Good evouiug, Dr. Judson," ibe
said calmly. "Will you take tea or
Ho never knew just what response he
made, as ho dropped back into his
chair, and stared at Helen's retreating
When sho returned, the faintest tract
of emotion, whether ideasurable or
otherwise ho could not tell, tinted her
face and shook her Laud when sho set
down his cup.
"How is your mother?" ho asked,
"l'.etter, thank vou," she renlied
brielly, suddenly discovering that her
services woro required in another part
of tho room
Dr. Judson' s appetite seemed to hava
deserted him, and after barely tasting
the good things before him, ho left the
table and went out upon the cool piazza
in a very conrnsod irame of iniriu.
W IV was she here and in such a. nru
sition? Fither Mrs. French had de
ceived him or was herself deceived. Tho
more lie tried to solve the matter, tho
more vexatious and puzzling it grew.
All the evening he haunted the piazza
and lawn and parlors, but tho object of
his waiting win invisible. The next
morning, at breakfast, he found Helen
(igain in tho dining-room. She waited
upon him coolly, but gave him no oppor
tunity for anything more than a brief
So it continued for several davs until
Dr. Judson's anxiety and suspense
seemed almost unbearable. Helen cer
tainly avoided him. The only oppor
tunity ho had of seeing her was in tho
dining-room, moving swiftly but quietly
about her duties. It seemed that she
had never possessed such a charm for
him as at present, dressed in pretty
cambrics, with a dainty white apron,
ami her abundant dark hair coiled low
at her neck. Tho third evening, just
after sunset, Harry found himself corn
ing slowly homeward from a long ram
ble. A narrow woodland path fay be
fore him, the dense foliage making al
most twilight. His mind was abstract
ed, tilled with tho one subject which
perplexed him so, until strolling on, tho
sudden )...-,iui of a light dress ahead ar
rested his attention and a closer glanco
sent him striding on at a faster gait.
"May I walk back with you, Miss
Sho turned, rather surprised, but
"If you care to keep pace with my
laggard steps," she replied.
"You are tired. I know," ho said.
"It is a long walk to the post-office,"
noticing the letters in her hand.
"Yes, but good news always repays
one for a little fatigue. I know you
will he pleased to hear that my mother's
health is improving rapidly."
"1 am indeed heartily "glad. I saw
her lat when on the eve of her depart
ure. She told me that you had started
on a visit to fashionable "friends."
Helen returned his half-inquiring look
"I suppose I ought to give you an ex
planation of that error, she said, "or
vou will imagine that either mamma or
1 have deceived you. I am the deceit
ful one, Dr. Judson, and yet I don't like
to tell you Ihjw," sho continued. Hush
ing. "Hut please consider it a profes
sional secret. That day you told me
how necessary to mamma's recovery a
few weeks at the seashore would be, I
(leei'ieu mat sue snouia nave it, al
though I did not know just then how,
but I suddenly thought of this place
whpre our family used to pass so many
happy summers, and wrote to Mrs.
Mills, frankly explaining our circum
stances, and asking if she could give
me employment which would pay the
expenses of my mother's trip. In reply
she kindly o tie red me my present posi
tion, which I gladly accepted. I knew
mamma would never consent to the
plan, so have kept her in ignorance of
it. She believes I am spending a hap
py summer with friends, and sol am,"
she added, smiling bravely through the
tears which stood ill her eyes.
She met answering drops in the other
eyes looking down into her own.
"Miss French Helen, you are one of
liod's noble women!" Ilarry exclaimed
warmly. "I cannot express my rever
ence and admiration for you,"
"I do not deserve such praise," sho
answered simply. "This is only the bo
ginning of the struggle "
"It shall be the end, Helen," he in
terrupted, "if you will trust yourself
and your mother to my care.' I love
you so dearly how dearly it shall be
f he aim of my life to show you. Won't
yJu let mo try, Helen!"
And for all answer sho went straight
into the strong arms held out so appeal
ingly to her.
Working the Cousin Racket.
A gentleman from Sedalia (Mo.) was
in Chicago a few days ago Bud as ho
was leaving tho city on the train had a
delicious adventure. Ho saw a charm
ing girl looking at him as if sho was
waiting for him to recognize her. As
he failed to do this she finally advanced
towards him in a modest and hesitating
manner and called him "cousin so-and-so."
Ha took her hand, and as she
seemed to have her pouting, rosy lips
pursed up in preparation for a good,
square kiss he failed to resist the tempta
tion and tho evident desire of the fair
one and planted a chasto salute "whero
it would do the most good."
"We have cases of that kind here of
ten," s.us Depot Master Rogers. "Tho
other evening a sweet, innocent looking
little woman ran up to a seedy looking
fellow, and with an exclamation of glad
ness and surprise, threw her arms about
his neck. ' liv, how uvo do, cousin
so-and-so,' she said ns sho puckered Iter
mouth for tho osculation act.
"Ho of course was only too glad of
the chance? ' ouored the reporter.
"Not much. He was not from tho
rural districts, as sho expected, but was
a worldling, though he woro shabby
clothes. 'Oh. no. mv dear' said lie
'you're pretty smart, but you can't rope
mo in.' ine wny woman perceived
that her keen intuitions had deceived
lier, and nor coveted prey was not it
sucker, and she accepted tho situation,
withdrawing as gracefully as possiblo
under tho circumstances." Kansas Vily
1 1 MM.
A Lendvillo proachor Is visiting in
rinladelphia, and some brother clergy,
men, noticing that ho did hot carry a
watch, asked him how he managed to
time himself during his sermons. "Oh,
that is simplo enough," replied tho
Londyillo nnostlo. "I keen riirht on un
til the revolvers begin to click, and then
l know It u timo to stop."
" ' ' ' '"
Young and middle-aged men, suffering
from nervous debility and kindred allec
tioss, as loss of memory and hypochondria,
should inclose three stamps for Part VII ot
World's Dispensary Dime Series of pam
phlets. Address World's Dispensary
Medical Association, Jluiialo, N. Y.
It Is said that alcohol equal to that
made from grain can bo produced from
Lockjaw, induced by drinking too'
freely of ico water while overheated,
killed a boy at Ottawa.
A Florida man gathered in ono day
800 watermelons from his field, the
average weight of which was forty
The last week of June was tho first
week for nearly three years that a death
from small-pox had not occurred in
In Clio excitement of landing a twenty-live
pound salmon at Seabock, W.
T ., a lloston man lost his gold watch.
A large gray rat is seen regularly
every morning walking a wire across a
street in Kock Island, 111. The wiro
leads from a dry goods storo to a res
taurant. A house was left standing right
side up iu the center of a corn-held by
one of tho Iowa tornadoes, and nobody
in the neighborhood knew whose it
Indians will not cook in their wig
wams, because they have a theory that
H they were to cook inside the steam
would collect in their clothing, and draw
It is stated that a block of creosoted
pine, in ue in the street pavement in
Galveston for seven years, was recently
examined and found to have lost but an
eighth of an inch.
Father of Diseases.
Constipation has been called the father
ol diseases, therefore it should not be re
garded us a trifling ailment. It is quite
as necessary to remove impure accumula
tions irom tiio oowcls as it is to eat or
sleep, and no health can bo expected
where a cobtive habit oi body prevails.
Take a half-tablespoonful of Simmons
Liver Regulator after each meal, the bow
els win uc gently moved without griping
or nausea as nstunilly as if no medicine
hud been taken. Regularity iu taking the
medicine daily will soon effect a perma
Ni'iisiNo mothers gain strength by using
ISrown s Iron Iiitters. It acts like a charm
in restoring to health and strength over-
Miliums Given Away.
Millions of bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, have been given away as trial bottles
of the large size'. This enormous outlay
would be disastrous to the proprietors, were
it not for the riire merits possessed by the
wonderful medicine. Call at II irry W.
Schuh's Drug Stme and get a trial bottle
free, and try for yourself. It never fails to
Xever Give Up.
If yuu are suffering with low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak constitu
tion, headache, or any disease of a bilious
nature, by all means procure a bottle of
Llcctnc Bitters, lou will be surprised to
see the rapid improvement that will follow;
you will he inspired with new life; strength
and activity wul return; pain and misery
will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice
in the praise ot hlectnc Iiitters. Sold at
titty cents a bottle by Harry W. Schuh. (")
I he Howe scale took first-premium at
Philadelphia, Paris, Sydney, and other ex
hibitions. Itorden, Selleck & Co., agents,
St. Louis. (5)
Ask ynur physician and he will tell you
that for all tonic properties which strength
en and invigorate, there is nothing known
in the vegetable kingdom equal to hops.
Ihryarea ponuneut ingredient in Hops
and Malt IJitteJS.
ii others! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with tho excruciating pain of cutting
tcethf It so, go at once and get a bottle ot
Mrs. lnslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little sufferer immediately
uepenu upon n; mere is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, w ho will not tell you
at ouco that it will regulate the bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
neaitli to the child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States.
Sold everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
Allen's Hniin Food oositivclv curi'S nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of yencrstivo organs, ifl. 5 for $5. All
dni(;i,'ists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, U15 First Ave., N. Y. Sold in
Cain by Haiclay liros
iVrsonall To JlouOiihl
The Voltaic, licit Co., Marshall,
will send Dr. I lye's Celebrated Electro
Voltaic llelts and Electric, Applicancc m
trial for llurty tlays to men (ymiui; or oh I)
who are afllictcd with Nervous lieliiliiy,
Lost Vitality and Miuilmoil, uml kindii'd
troubles, j,ni:uatiteeiiiif speedy ami complete
restoration of health and manly v'njor. Ad
dress us above, N. 15 No risk is incur-'
red, as thirty days' trial is allowed.
Vss " V
New and Complete II itul, fruiitlni; on
second and hail road streets,
111 Passenijer I), pot of tho Chlta'.'o, St. I.oiiIh
Ml' .ew Orleans: Illinois Ceiilr.il: WaliaHh. SI.
I.oiiIh und i'aclfic; Iton Mountnlii and Southern,
Mobile mill Ohio: ruin and St. Loins Kiiiiwhvs
are mi jiim across tho street; wtiilo llio Steuinhimi
LBUcnnif lit imt one square distant,
J hi Hotel a lieated liv Meani. loin Henri
LfUiridry, llvdrai. c l.levulor. Kluetrle Call IIi IIh
Automatic Klru-Alurnm, ltiilun, ahuolulelv pnro mr
pcrlect pewurngu and i.omplelo appointment.
nuperii iiirumnuii'H: nerlecl aurvlcv: und tin tin
li. I. 1'AHK KW '( )..! ,hhc.'m
IN St' HA NCR.
C a ;
W O 5?
ta j; 5 55
y IF sir v
AOKS-T FOB TUB SAt.K OP
Baxtf.k STEA M ENGI N' K
SJj Colt's Dire Engine
iinil Marine Engines
FXHIXKS A SPECIALTY.
KA11M E-VUXHS, MACHINISTS'
TOOLS. MAG A It A
OF ALL KINDS, UKLTING,
Pulleys and General Supplies.
No. 1:11, North Third Street,
nmHRrP ESTOPPED FREE
1 I H &DR. KLINL'S
l a II P?INeiiveRc3t
9 U b Vlf 'i IIIIAIN i.M
Watlltil!.v Olil.V M III I I liK Hill Nuivi
'f"IIIINS.Illl.l:i'II.KI V,Hc- I.Sh Al.l.llll.K
tis i.Mi Nun H
vi Arr i.e-
In. cliri'i'l'il. ,Vr,fii.iVr hT'lthiy'tUff. Trratim k
1 1'.' trial h .1 1 ! ii fi in Kit Cii.t'H.tti.'Y I'a.itit exireN
rhftrtn'ii on iM.x.mii'ii t.mtivc.1. M-n'i imint-.e.u nini
Bst..l'teli'li.'" Ve lruofjlU I'uttr' vl fraud.
,.utif ni.iri'"ui uraii'ipn in mi m.ia r .'.p.u An n
PARSONS' PURGATIVE PILLS
tin. m-ki e in in t li ree iiidiiIIih. A ny iierwm who will Inkn
1 pill enrli inirlit (nun I In 1 Si weekmimj' lio ri'Hinn il
to hoti ii t lirnlth, if url) ii tliniB lMtiiiKihli. Kulil ev
irywlii'r, ir wnl liy iiiiiiI for M letlri' Ninmiis. I. S.
JoiiNhuN L Co., lltion, M.-iKt.., feriueily JUinor, 2Uu
unit other Rrvnt Iiull&n
MJui'li'.. ThrtllliiB Adven
ture! on the Plilnnl Orend Uullhlo lluntnl riKhtn
Eiovpriil Wondarful Uhootlng ind Hiding.
nrrnto Advonturcet IHiuruH
Wild Life In the Far West.
edPUteel flnnilMt lliwk for Aie ni.l Outnolli Kvnry
thinirt Kmlorai'il hv Orn. Merrill, Hull.ln Hill, tml "llu-i
linn... orNa Conipntltionl A4H ik', prim f'-'K1
( iivumIiik Oulltl .Viet. , imnii..irm,iii. v. llliutmlvd Cir-
min rroo, write mice tr i;i'iii'Y U)
HISTORICAL fUHLISHINQ COMPANY,
A IM TV. rt, Hlrnef, Hr. 1 ,011 In.
y J. w. uuhb,
Author of" Border Outliwi,"-" MutropollUn Life
m bee ni!
U Mil Itl A.iiLhrcinK Um Livt't im
f -?r'iL Wondfrlul AclfoiiturMof
;v'- Wild Bill, Buffalo Bill
a y, illifcrii ii Jo i
I I Jwrk, Cwpt. Piyn, Cup!.
I V'" IJnek, Onnnral Cuiir,
11 &J 1
I mi. I. iiii.i.
OLD BOOKS. Era
STiNDABB Hooks, 0. SAB1 0KI3 and CQIAF.
Heml itamp tor Cfttaloijuo. Addreis,
BI.Cor.t.iilWuU8StwAn., ST. X.03I3, k9.
ROOT & SONS MUSIC CO'ft
NEW 90-D. BAND CATAL00UB FOii
1883 BENT FEEB to ny xlilrnm, 1B0 lllmi.
o?V'if k'"ll,of BBA8S, 0EBMAN
SILVEft ind REED lustruuieuti, togotber
with full Imtructloni for forming Bands, dl
U?!"" clMlfliHon of luitrumenU
WHAT aud HOW to purcbue) lermi for
Ruld or silver pltiti(t, relring, Ae. WllltUo
.nd. If dimlrwl, our hand and Orchestra
y'' J T' '"'"'l popular tnuiilo. Addrtnil
THE ROOT A SONS MUSIC C0.,CHICAC0.ia
Ueasotn Why Ihoy vo Yitt erred to ATI
uthet Vorous Vtaster or External
BormiK the pnpjess all tha merit Of thl
utri'iithenlner pcroim planter, and contain in ad
dition thireto tho newly discovered powerful ind
active veetalilu combination which acta with inert-used
rubefacient, stimulating, Bcdutlv and
counter IrriUut effects.
Because they are a poniiln phirmtceutlcal prp
arution, and so rucognizml by the profession.
Tlerausn they are the only plasters that relieve
j.iiu at oi'cc,
Because they will positively cure disease! which
other remedies will not even relieve.
Tlerausn over WOO physicians ami drupelet" bavn
voluntarily testified Unit tiny are superior to all
other pldtters or medicines fur external use,
Bccnso tha manufacturer! hato received it
only ueduls ever given for porous plasters.
Benson's Cape Porous Plaster!
SEABURY & JOHNSON,
MaoufactunnK Chemists, NwYork
A HI' UK KE31EinvATT7A"ST. Price Met
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PLASH
INJECTION, Is apoltlv cure for al I Di8chars.
3tii)k'iriK. Smiu tlrirf end I'lilliful Beosations of the
31530 TIT A TJV CAOCAlfC
C ffi Per bottle. For sale by all drug
! iriats, or sent by Exiirees on re-
c iDtol price, JOMW u. I'AKH. BUNS,
175 nnd 177 Sveamore 8t CINCINNATI.
OHIO. I'leuBu meuliou this paper. A it
r'or He liv HltOI,V IlllOH., Cairo, 111.
C17 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO.
A resrulap Oi-iulwiile of two nieillrnl
rt l.'tr-., hus lii-en Imierr eiiiciL'i'il in the li-i-nt-In.
-ut of ( 'Uroiiic, NervoiiH, Uln iiii.i
llio.,, I l)ii,'iii s than 11 1 1 v other tiliynlelan In
Si. I. outs, n.s eltv li:i,ei- slmw ami nil old rei.
di nts know. I'oliMiltiltlnIl nt otllee or hy lllllll,
free and Inviteil. A 1'rleinllv talk or Ills opinion
ci-ts leilhlni;. Inn II is (iii'iinveniiiit to visit
the city fur treatment, medicine can lie sent
,y mall or e.irc.s everywhere, ('ui-ahle rac
k'ii.iriinte, il ; h re dniilit exists 11 li frankly
slati 1. Call or Write.
Nptvoii Prostration, Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and other
afJection-i ii.ru.it. Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affoc-
tions, Old Soresand Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism Piles. Special
attention to cases from over-worked hrain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgences or Exposures.
It i self-evident that n physician pnyltiK
particular atleiili"ii to a clasi, nl eases altalim
ureal "kill, nii, I'IivhIcIiiiis Iu lefiilar practice
al! iiver the ciiiiiitry knnwIiiK tills. I'ieiiielilly
reciilllllielnl eases In I lie nhlest (.llice III A nierlcii
wln i very known .- , I l;i in-.' Is remuteil lo,
ami the m'OvmI ritnl i-i'iiiiMlii'" of al
sues mid I 'mnH liM are used. A whole limine Is
used lor olllee iiii-ioes, ami all are treated wllh
skill In a rest liul manner; und. k now I iik
what to do. Iioeviierlnienls are niaile, tin lie
ciiiint of the kinat niinilier ai'lvlii)t. tlie
rliaiues are kept low. often lower 1 1 in n Is
ih iii.iii'led liv olliers If vou secure the skl'l
mid net a speeilv and pei lccl 1 i I cure. Hint In
the Important tiritler. I'ali. lili t, .Id patten,
Bctil In any address free.
fine MinniRPCPUinc ?fio.
PLATLS. I I'lhnniHUL UUIUL, 1
l.leeaiit cloth aud k'tlt lil'i.lini.'. Pealed forW
cents in postage or ciineiicy. over lllty won
derful pen ptclnn s, true to life iii-tlcli'snii the
follow inir siiliects. hoiiiav marry, who not;
tin) I'lopei-nee to inarrv. Who marry first.
VI .ti , ti I. Womanhood. T'livsleul decay. Who
ilioiilil irai i'j . Mow I lie and hiipplness may he
lie ri :. :d. 'I'lio e iii n rli il or eiinteiii'lalliik'
luarr niir si Id read II. i t oil k lit to lie read
hv all adult i-sons, ilieu kept under lock and
l.ev. ropiil ii-eilltlon, same ii-nliinc, hut inier
coiet- and H'Kl panes, ii& ceiitj liy mall, In uioncy
lhii r' " in
-1 " - ' -J ' ', "-' f s,' a ','
t' ' ir M ii k
1 S -c-2 s pi 5
I'toOPj S.Cr-rr-1.S.ttU c 2
,'x4!i'& 8 . -J ii O
fUTffi -iz I -j jr-f I i sf , - i u 5
IS! teulll' A.J5
re i B3 tits
$10 to- 20,000
InleKltlmnta Judicious spornlntlonin firaln, Pro
visions and Slocks on our perfected plan, yields
Hum monthly pronta to larne and small Inventors.
Address for full particulars. K. K KeiidHtl . c
u .iieituuuiw, In A 1 U i. a
La hallo st, Chicago Hi
judical students, iirs.oBr,rr"
tion, address tho Deau of thu American Medical
C'olloKe.Ht. I.ouis. Oeo V. l'tt.ur, M, D., 1110
C'lianihers street, St. l,ouls, Mo,
Y0I TXTf 1 AflV II'oa 'M'lt earn Teli era
AVCilVJ lijll pliylnHlewnioiitbs.audbo
certain of a situation, address Valentine brothers,
ADVKKTISEnS by addruKsinii OKO. P. UOW
aKI.I' t'O , 10 Spracij street, jNcw York, can
luaru Ihit exact fosl of any proposed line of adver
tiding In American newspupers. Ilio-paire
WOUTJI HEN DIN vt
Dr.J. IT.scilRVrif, of riiliadi'lt hla has ptib
lished a hook on "Diseases ol the l.iing and How
ThevCan hu l ured," which Is (itl'ered free, post
paid, loall applicants. It cuuluins valuable Itifor
million l' r all who suppose themselves allllcted
w ith, or liable to, any diseases of the throat or
liins. Address 1U. J. (. SCIIBNCK & SON
!l Arch St., I'liiliidolphia, Pit. 1'. o. 1 ,x mi.
AS0N & HAMLlJf
"if)1 I TCMre ce-tiiinly liest, having hie-n
I 'iHjT V.i QHO'll''',, c',lllu,vl'r)' f'''"' world's
Industrial Competition for sii
teen years; no other American organs havue.' heen
Ion ml equal at anv. Also cheapest. .Stylo Hill; ;l'i
oetavts; snlllcleiit compass and power, with host
(iiainy. mr popular snored ami secular nnulc in
schools or families, at only One liundrcd oth
er stvles at win. $;2,7H, $!, Wlni, JIM to
$rsloaiidup. Th.: laruer stvles aru wholly unri
valed hy any other organs. Also for easy pay
ments. New lllti' trateil catuloulio free.
1)1 4 T ' t'l h.s I'm any have c iinmeiiced
XoiM '"'"'ufaclurooi nprlnht t-rand
I'iatiOK. ilitriidui'iiii' imnortuiit
iniirovemetitB; addini? to thu power .,ed heuuly nf
toin! and durability. Will not require tuning ono
iliiurter asmueh as other I'i'iuns. Muslratnd ('tr-
The MASON A II A M LIN Ornan and I'lano Co.,
IM I'temont M. Unst.ni; til K I i.h St., New York;
lit) Wahasli Avu , l blciii;i).
iliilC iu ii-o wui-ld eunitl iu n i,n uttt
mt-ol Hoiiifult, flinplii, l.oi . ivucr, lilt .Siiro,
Boru V.jn i, Men nrUI lllseitv-s, Cmnrrli i.im of
,ii'lUi", ri-iiulo Camillun. iikI i; HIih.4
itl,-.,. II nrifr lull. Alt ilruxKlM. iinl
counlry urn k,-i K!r Hell It. II. K, Krllpr,
A I .... I'rni', I'llUliiirtcli. mi k.itv hultlH.
PEXXSVLVAXIA Military ACADEMY
H KftTKH. 'Jlst jeif opens Septemlier 13th.
''New I'llildliiL'S. Sunerior aerommoiliittond
Appoliitiucn's compli lu. l-'nullhu, C'olliglatu,
i iieniic:!!, ivit r.iirine, -rlpg eoirses. Decrees
Coiileneil. Apidv to W. l. ilttllldav. Ksq., patron
Cairo, 111., or to CUL. 'i'HKO. il YATI", t'rest.
t lllll til of
Chilis, iitlers tho surest intiinsof iiiiikIiik reirnlur in, Tiilily
,i,'i,isii,mii mvisiiuieiiisoi (HiiKifinouur ni,iniileniini;m
r aeli iin'iulier L'ets tlie ln'iielit of comliined cupiiul ul the
Chili. lOtoltKiperii'iit. Imiilcmls iu,d inonllilv.- lle
tsirtaof iis'iniiiiiiKKe!itcn.-h iiieniluT, bhiin-s tin each,
nshs'iii ihle, nuiiiis'siilii triiiislemlile. A reliahle n,r
Pv,iiili'nt w,iie, In every town, fiiss'ial inilin i'iiiciita.
lCxiilaimtorv Cireii'ar N'lit frei', A'hlri'st l(. H. IvhNUAU.
liCo., 177 ii i; hiiSulle SU,CIltC.VUO, ILL.
OF EVERT KIND 0 REAPER THAN EVES.
Rifle. Shot Oiiiih, Revolvers, Ammunition.
l'isliinirTH kle, Nelnii,.MetM, Knives,
Hfizora. SUat es, llaiiiiiineks, etc.
Lnrfce Illuslniteit ( iitalogue FHEE,
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
WANTED ! I.adli's nn'l Oentlemen. tn engage
With us to sell several I'seful lloiiaelioia
Articles. I'collts lurjro I.nTjor U llicht.
r.iel'isive territory Kiven. No competition.
Terms lihernl. CirenlarH FHKR. Addresn
Hewitt Baiiiifaft'g t o., Una HIH, Itttsburgli, Pa.
SweilinTi lasoot Po ardor Kills
AND ALL TKOUDLESQ.ME VERMIN,
It will (hnniiighly crlerrnlnnlo Roarhes, AntH,
Hi'il IIiih, Fleas, Llep.Tolinceo and t'ottonWnrms,
Moth, ete. It is siife, sure, cleanly and cheap. It
w ill not poison iiniiiiiils or fowls' Sample pack
imes ly mull W) cents, pnst-pilil, Puunps ttiken.
Circulars fvee. Airents Wanted. Address,
jUtif all kinds for sale very cheap.
M Catalogues free. Address, RICHARD
1 1 HULL 1 CO. BOX 860, 1'ltti.burgli, Pa.
BEFORE AND AFTER
Electric sppll.incci are tent on 30 Days' Trial,
TO MEN ONLY, Y0UM3 OR OLD,
"t'll i are suirerlnit from Nauvovs PiiHttiir,
f I.ost Vitii.ity, (.sea or Nitiiva Kusi a si
ViooB, Wastinh Wkkkkicks. miiiI all those iiiscanea
ufa I'ciisiisvl Nti km 1-esiillnK Irom Aiu'sks suit
Orusa i'ai sks, hi ly rel'i-r ii n , I eeini'letu rento-
riltlnnol 1 1 KA1.TII, llli'HSIIil H isiioeiiillumvTKKu.
The tfrsnilei't itlscivery of It Niiieieenili ueiiiurf,
Neiulat oucufor llliilna.l l'niii lili't (no. AiMi-ma
V01TAI3 BEIT CO., MABSHAU, MICH.
VOl l? CAPITAL.
Tl.os i1, s" ;i". to iiiu'ii' luolier
I'M H II 1 1 n. ,. i mo, i, III IM vent men 1 s
I i riM , ;. ie-i. e I i.ii hii, stiH-l,
MH'i't;!-: ' ' . . f. Mi ic ' n ' pv eji-r'
etui", '! j. .n '. l-ri'iii Mnv i Ml,
I . . t" III.' H' nt. i llliv ell ill
V Ktnio: s "I" viiM'iltoirl.lrim.uasIt
p' 'lit, n .V ' il "' I 1'ielll.tl'il Ulnl
(llti I t' ItlVilt Ulltl'llt.titlU til
si'v ii'-i.. trui'i: t e ere'liiul li-vent-
tll. llt, t ' If 1 Il I', til'1 I'l'iKlllMl III'
vestnii'.'t. iMiil'ini: t'c'iioy or pny
til''i. in l- um ni. j;t',(itiiiti,rv en'.
ciii-iik nil, i in.ie t ct fluid W
sent in ,'. We iv, nt c; t' n nl in
lurelits, v. id I'i'i'it oil 1. 1'! s
111. 1 i,iU"di" '.!'" I '" il. 1 IL'i-r.tl'
C'lllll'l'S 1 O'lrf I' ll'l .Xi''!Su;h,
I'M MV. I Mt A till, III VM, ,im.
mU.1,,'1 M rvfcmua, .Uujor iltuvk.