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A Plucky Woman.
A Washington correspondent fay-:
For the last fifty eight years tliis in
domitalili' woman has fought lnr right
in the courts of tho United States.
Her case is one of the. most romarkablfl
on record. It involves ihe titl t mil
lions of dollars of property in New Or
leans, and will probably not be finally
settled as long as tho city can legally
light against it. It i.s now ciglity-twu
years .since Daniel Clark, a-handsome,
polished young man, who had heen for
some years leading the life of an Indian
trader in IisM.ssiipi, came to rhiladel
)hi;i to spend the winter. Clark was a
pay fellow, and he took in all t lift pleas
ures of the then metropolis of America.
In his rounds he met a French beauty,
and fell in love with her. This woman's
name was Ziilime Carrier, and at the
time she was living with a Frenchman
named La inline, Clark met her.
Whether she was married to La Grange
or not is one of the points in .jucstion.
The ilefendents claim she was hii legal
wife. At anv rate when Clark met her
in 1S05. -she' left La Gram:", and went
to live with Clark. The supreme court
of the United .States has decided that
she was privately married to Clark,
ami that she was merely La Grange's
in lxi'G. seventv-seven years ago, My
ra Clark was horn. She was the only
child Ziilime Carrier had hy Daniel
Clark. At this time Clark sent Zulime
to New Orleans, and acted as a bache
lor. He engaged himself in marriage.,
and formed oilier connections produc
ing other oifrpring. He denied the fact
that he had married Zuliine, and when
she canirt back and puhed the case in
the Philadelphia courts, she was unable
to succeed. She linallv took up with a
Dr, Gardette, and lived with him until
he died. Hut while Clark would have
nothing to do with the mother, he took
good care of the child. Myra Clark
was well educated by him, and was
treated by him as a daughter. He went
again into Indian trading at New Or
leans, and amassed an immense for
tune. In 11:5. just seventy years ago,
he died, and a will was produced show
ing that all of his propertv was left to
his mother and the city of New Orleans.
Myra Clark, then only seven years old,
was apparently penniless, and the ex
ecutors took charge of the estate.
When Myra :rrew to the age of L'Oshe
iniu ried a Mr. Whitney, and then .-he
began to contct the will. Sin' claimed
she was the only legitimate daughter of
Daniel Clark, and that his property
washers. Tin" claim was at once hotly
contested, and Mr. Whitney died be
fore it was tried. The: widow contin
ued to prosecute the, Mjjt. (Shortly af
terward she married Gen. f nines, and
lie entered into the case as w.tOjI.I a
herself. The ca-e was tried at New .Or
leans. It was lost. It was carried to
the .supreme court at Washington. Jt
was again lu.il. In lS.'i.' it seemed a
hopelos light, and at this time Gen.
Gaines died. I jut Myra Clark-Gaines
was not discouraged, and shortly after
this time she discovered a will executed
)v her father certifying that Myra was
liU onlv child and creating her his sole
heir. Upon this will she again went
before tli" courts in New Orleans. She
again lost. She again appealed to the
supreme court at. Washington, and here,
in lsi.il, she obtained a judgment con
tinuing this will ami giving her the
whole property left by her father r:d
the renis thereof for the pa.st thirty
years. Then tlm war broke out, and
j.uslice was again delayed. Since then,
she lias, I think, received something
from M;e city, but nothing in compari
son wifli her rights. She, is now 77
vi.-iri of m"c. anil will bn tierhaiPii Ihe
richest woman in the United States if
she ever cuiiies into the property for
which she has so pliicliily fought for a
The rit her d:iv. when the hears trot
lmhi of Western I'uioti, a countryman,
who stood for a moment at the corner
of Wali and Nassau slroetsio Jhitcn to
the excited remarks of two ''longs,
felt compelled to Interrupt thejn with;
iieiitii ini'ii. I iicg parlon. nut is me
Wc-tcrn Union Telegraph Company in
"Siock is being forced down, sir,"
was the snappy reply of one of the
' u leil! Why. the wires of that
company not only run right past my
farm, Ivl my oldest darter is marrieil
o a telcgi:..ph operator, ,IMd Susan,
she's its yood at engaged to tin, smart
est pwle elinibei J u-r saw swarm up a
telegraph pole, .-m I'll drop
nround and a-k ihe iwi piuny if it
doesn't want .,o to kind . -Ide V(J
over the crisis. Jf (j,,.. ,,,t ,iiv j,,
have it tnr sixiydav. will oni interest "
-Wall SI, X-
"What have you got fr dinner." In
quired a disgusted drummer 0f tho
waiter. Tho drummer had .,. jn the
town twenty. four hours without tarUng
Roast duck, sir."
."Ah! was the duck Mm!, on th
"J guess so."
'I rving to get ;,vi,v froniihis cussed
place wtisu t he? ' '
"1 presume likely i Imiiol,, ,,,.
"Good birdisagacloiisdnvj;,,, -..-,
I ndnibe his pluck and pitv his misfor
tune You may bring me that cluck.
I II lake the whole of him, ,lp
hint ahuigou the road."- '', j,,, sijlinn
A Fo;ik Truli S ent.
What beeoin s of nil die hooks? is ft
iptestioii almost as hard to answer as
what becomes of all Ihe pins? The
junkmen, being the real coroners of
books, both good and bad, could tell
the tale belter than anybody else, lint
there is much wonder to k'now what be
comes of many volumes before they find
their way lo destruction to know why
they are ever bought, or sold at all.
There is no need to explain the very
few books which are written and bought
to Ini read; and first editions and rare
volumes have a lielitioiis value which is
well understood, for bibliomaniacs gen
erally outbid the junkmen and postpone
the inevitable dayof "old paper" period
a few years longer, lint while I ks
are still new whal becomes of them?
Hundreds of copies are published in this
country every day and thousands of
dill'creiit hooks every year. Of coure,
only a small proportion of these books
are read or meant to be read. If au
thorship or publishing depended entire
ly upon the patronage of readers the
numberof writers and publishers would
be very small.
"Of course," said the smiling mana
ger of one of the large up-town retail
book-stores, there is a notion that books
are made to be read, but really that is a
notion that ought to be out of date.
"What are they used for? Well,
largely as presents. Of course the
Christmas presents are most all of this
class, but they are by no means all that
are consumed as presents. Nobody
ever reads a Uook that- has been given
to him. You see that table. I count
en selling every I k on it for presen
tation within ten days. You see the
birthdays of wives and daughters and
sweethearts ami preachers come all the
"This article," said a worldly-minded
salesman in a religious book-store, "is
gotten up especially lor the country
preacher and Sunday-sehoul men. I
don't know whether they read them or
not, but this style suits the trade; and
we know thai precisely as dealers in cal
ico know the tastes of women in Texas.
"We make a specialty of country
bfbh's. Tills make of 'H'.ly Scriptures'
is a sure go ut country weddings. No
rural couple eer get. married but
somebody presents .such a family bible
"This dcj-ign is a trifle more co-tly,
more showy, too. It is made purpose
Iv for the southern and western pulpits.
How pulpit bibles are a capital article.
They are almost always presented to
the church by somebody, and the more
it costs the donor the more blessed he
feels lo give it. A.yl when :t man has
set his heart on making a pre-eut to a
church, he don t stand on price. (Some
times this article is made to order.
"I'll give you an example. A He
brew clothing house, w hich does a con
siderable trade with a Methodist elder
in Nonh Carolina, got olid with his
customer and w irli the whole church by
presenting: a big bible. We got the or
der, And I hope I lie people, will get as
much pr ill', from that bible as wo i'"t."
"What beeoim--; of Ihe book that are
put n the market 1J Well," snid a
book-jobber, "you know there is the
Sumlay-choo! trade, I put my wort
books off on them wry often - I mean
my worst selling books. They :tre all
good, you know, too g I for the pub
lic, 2nd the i 1 1 ! , J 1 1 don't buy em.
Whether anybody ewr wads tiieiu or
not I have noiiii aus of knowing."
Uul du re ave other way ? by which
tic i I. mark" t N kept moving besides
the di .position o books ;ts pri'srnls and
storing tle-iii away in oiiutry libraries.
They are used, ewnl. i l', l.ii'iw .-, very
largely a- furniture. Tie-n '.ley are
Sold by hie yard. All rciad hoik-dcnl-crs
rceei ord'-rs from r'.ei, people for
libraries nf .-.u-h and -1 1 i i I'Mien-ions;
that is !o -a , enough books to fill so
manv fwt ..i .lie! vs. In liiling Mieii
orders a- thc-e u.-dg a'li lit ion, of eour.sc,
is paid to binding, ibati to literary
(pialilies of book-. Many j,"-o.!e ordei
uniform biicliti : for Ihe nm-; le. te.i-o-
geni;o!ls coileeiio'lS of books, it II I others
order d lh rent bindings for different
olllim's of I he same work. I'ooks are
simply merchandise, and handled wil.h
out reference to literary appreciation.
A MomVy and a Mirror.
I wilnessed the following incident
in the Jardin des I'lantes, now many
years ago, but it .struck me greatly at
tht time and 1 have narrated it repeat
edly in the, interval. A large ape I
believe authvapohL Ut cannot tell the
species was in the. great tio;j cage
with a number of small moiikcyt. and
was lording it over them with many
wild gambols to tin; amusement of a
crowd of speeUtors. Many things
fruits and the like had been thrown
between the bars into tho cage, which
the upo was always forward to seize.
At la-t some one threw in a small hand
looking-glass, with a strongly made
frame of wood. This thu apn nt once
laid hold of and began to brandish like
ti liaminer. Suddenly he was arrested
by the reflection of himself in ih.i glass
and looked puzzled for a moment; then
hj darted his head behind Ihe glas to
find tiiu other of his kind that he evi
dently supe.os.ud to be there Aston
ished ut finding nothing, he apparently
iMhought himself that he had not been
quick enough with his movement.' Ho
now proecdud lo draw und raise the
glass nearer lo him wih great caution,
and then, with a swifinv dart, looked
behind. Again llndiiig nothing, h re
peated the attempt ouch more. He
now passed from astonishment o an
ger, und began to beat violently with
the frame on Ihe lloor of the cage.
Soon the glass was shattered and pieces
fell out: Continuing lo heal lie was
Ui the course of one blow again arrest
ed by Ids Image hi the piece of glass
still 'remaining ij; the frame. Then, as
II, scemeil, he delei iiiii.c lo make one
frliil more More circuinpu!!y limn
eve the whole llrsl part of the pfoces
was gone through with, more violently
than ever llw Una! dart was made.
His fury over this Jiif,t Injure knew no
bouuiU, lie crunched the fiam und
glass together wllh l.i I H tcelh, he, bviit,
on the lloor, he crunched again, till
nothing but splinters wem kb
"Alvson lrraduaiod with honors,"
protnOy snhl an Arkanstiw gentleman,
"He took (Lie gdJ medal ami the pro
lessors nil declared Hint he would maku
his mark." "What Is he doing now!'"
tasked an acquaintance. "He's In the
IM'liiteUlitt.iy at lireselll, but. if. he
graduated with honors.'' --Ark. Truv-
'U.S. Surgeon Recommends.
Dr. J. M. 0. Pheeton, is a U. 8. Kx-Sur-gcon,
rt siding now at Hloomingtnn, Ind.
The Dr. writes, to Buy : "I recommend Sa
maritan Nervine because it cures epilepsy,1'
Physicians, generally, are its friends.
Degiu Early in Life
to cleanse the teelh wilh HOZODONT, mid
you will be repaid in maturcr years und
very probably in sge, by the possession of
sound molsrs and incisors, which will give
you n more youthful look tmn you would
otherwise have, ami enable you to chew
without incurring the penalty of a tooth
ache. And when yoii have children, use
the same fragrant preparation and they
will have ample cause to ho grateful to you.
Don't omit it for a single day.
To The Wem.
There are a number of routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Lonii and
over the Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily arc run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
finest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kausits, Colonum, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia "onncct with express trains of all
At Atchison, Connection is made with
express trains for Kaiisas and Nebraska
At Omaht., connection is mado with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties euroute to the
West and Northwest, uot only fast time
and superior accomodations, but beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Bend for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c nf this
line, which will bo mailed free.
C. 15. Rinnan, F. Chandlkk,
Ass't Oen'l IW. Agent. Gcn'l Pass Agent.
Woman's True Friend.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when one is sorely alllicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. F.wry woman should
know that Klectric Hitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
Health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tr.al always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle, sold by Barclay Hros.(S)
To all w ho arc suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &C, I
will send a recipe thHt will cere you, kkkk
ok ciiAKtii:. This great remedy was
discovered ly a minister in South America.
Send a se.t-addrtese.l envelope to the Re.
JosKiMl T. Inm an, Station D., New York
rJuckien s Arnica Salve
The Rest Salve In the world for Cuts,
Ibuiscs, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheuuv Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Command all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It iu guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
2") cents por box. For sale by Harclsy
Dr. T. A. Smurr, Ottawa, 111., says: "I
find Hrnwn's Iron lii.ters gives general
satisfaction, and my sales arc daily increas
1 was sevtrely alll, eted for eleven years
with H iV Fever, alter Irvine? almost every
thing without avail. I gave up all hopes of
lining cuien, wik.-ii J. puretiased a Imttle ot
Ulv's Cream IUIni. To mv surmise, after
a tew applications, I was entirely relieved.
ii. watson inrris, hi tter farrier rsewaiK,
Wl ill L' f 1 l't n Hut In ri.cmr.t nf vnnr
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn f'S to $7 evening", at your
home. Men, Women, Roys or Girls can do
it. H.C. Wilkinson it Co., li).') and 107
Li,lt.,., Hi..,,, V..... X-...I.
A Nourishing Whip.
Old and infirm persons need some mild
tonic or gentle stimulant, especially at this
veason. The wine made at Speer's Mount
Prospect Vineyards, in New Jersey, calle
Speer's Port Grape Wine, is used in the At
lantic States the best tonic wine known,
ami i.s regarded as pure, and is very popu
lar among physicians. It is especially
beneficial for females and old people. St.
i'or Beveij years Allen's Brain Fond has
stood the strongest testa as to its merits in
curing nervousness, nervous debility and re.
storing lost powers, to the weakened gen
crative system, and, in no instance, has it
cyer failed; test it. 1;,0 for $5. At
Many times you want to keep uiuat orfjsh
for several days. Lay it in a solution of
lb x Magnus over night und you can keep
it tor weeks. You can also keep milk a
week or more by stirring in a little of the
"Snow Flake" brand.
VrTSwIII (mv tint alMm tr iA (Tiny cm-W Llftr CompUlnl
f)Tiriili, hkrk Hfnliuhtt, Indention, Cniutlpttlon orCo-tlTanm,
Wf .-nrtutcitrt with Wvat'i Wdt-ail'lf hirer lllli, when tht dlrre
IUrirn iiria'y c rMplkd with. 1 hay nrt purely Viwlahlr, Uitl
Tiwrnf fill to iclvt L(,eT.frUM'. Hufrnr (- -!. .rf b"iM.fnn
Uinlhjr HO .Hi, 21 ml. Kor lt h? ii JrucMi. Hift of
ci'iintrrftlti tori IntlUtlofiii Tht pmmiru aiWioifcCf Jrd Ariy Lr
JOHN C. WKST A VM.t n A WA W ilMldnn- M. Uittf
Vrtir iriavl i linw un( )y untl prfjmid on rit-t-tjjt uf a 3 utolittwuiit
Health is Wealth !
Jll ill. Wk.st's Nkiivk AND lIll.MN TllHAT.
MK.NT. n uilininli.i.d Hl'i'iallo fur Hysteria, Iliwl.
ii,.HH, ('(inviilaioim, ' J'll... 'Jnrvous NisirnlRin,
lloadiieliH.Nnrvima Pftwlrnlbul eaiiMul M Oi. nm
nf iileiiliHt or tolmiTO. WiilnfilUii"B, Mmibil U
iin-MHiim, Sorienini-oC tlm Hruin rtwaKtiltf In In
sw.jiy niul I'wliiiK to misery, uw;ny nini dmith,
l'l-umalJiio Olil Ann, Hnrrenni'ss, Liihs or )nwr
In eillier hi', Inel,ji(litry nnd Hiw-rnmt-
orrlian caiiHiil hyover-euirliuti t-Oi"nraul,Mr
libiinHor ovnr-iiiiliilH"iioo. Wieh hex uniitmns
mi, inunlli's liniitineiit. $l.la Imx.i'T " "'i
iuetMi, tfiil byinail iireriaijon riHiKiptnr liruto.
W Ul.ill.llVTKI'. IX BOX KM
Tn mm nny rasn. With i'boIi (inli nvnvis hyiw
fur six boxo". BiMiomtianieil with Will
rend llioimriilinsorimr wriltnn giuranW W r
fund tho nimiey if tlm treiiimnnt. dues not eduot
cum. OiinrHiitw issuud only by
1IAUIIY W. SOHUII.
Pruitglat, Our. Conimorclal avo. A 18th it, Cairo.
i Al Ko BAPTIST. -Ccirnor Tonth and I'oplar
y trHU pri'aciilng ry Sumlay mo iilnu and
nli; lit at UMial hours. I'rayor nmuilil( Wedun
day iituuii Hunday nchuol. lemi a.n,
K.:v. A. W. i'oOAHA, I'astor.
plI t'HCH OK 'I'll K HKOSKM Kit (Rulncoual
K Kourtuiil ti trot( Hunday ?:niia in., floly
C'oBiiniinlmi 10:31 a. m Uumlng rrarrs II a m
Hunday grhmil 8 p. in,, ICvcnirx l'iat'r p.m
P. I'. JjaVHnport, H, T. II. Kortut. "
LMI18T MIHSIONAKV HAPTIHT CHUHcn.-
frwai-IihiK al iicsn a. n... a p, m., anil 7:H p. in.
alibatli r,linol at 7:3l p. iu Itev. T, J. llliurn.
" a nr '
J L'TllKKAN-TliifU.iuh mri.iit; arvli,i Hale
a l.aih l::i(i a. m.- Siiii.Ihj ictiool 2 p m. Kev.
MKTIHI)IST- ('ur. KVIith anJ Walnut mrcots,
l'rarhliic Sahl.atb II :). m. B1)d 7 :!ii p.m.
iiinlay School at .law p. m. Kcv. J. A, ticarrett.
p ne nr.
pKKSHYTKKIAN -Ktttlith ulrwit; prcnli on
1 Hahliaili al 11 :fK a. it. and 7:!lp. m.j uraver
iretlni! W.dniiKlay at. 7::)'lp. m.; Mnuday Hchunl
CT.JOSKI'II H- iltiiinan (.'atbollc) Corner C'roaa
J n nil Walnut -tructn; aurvtraa Sa'ilmlh 10:80 a.
n.j Hm.rtay Srhuul al p. m.; Vi'iora .1p. m.; vt
lconaverj day at S a m. ltuv. O'ilara, I'rlunt.
I'ATKICK'H-dtoman ('athnllc) Corner Ninth
O ain-et and WaahliiKtoii avanun; mrvlrm Hab
islh Sand Ida. m.; VenpnraSp. m.; Hnnday School
: p. in. lorvlren avury day at H a. in. Bet. Mastoner
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time to lime in city paprn ChaiiL'f .tir varda ac
CordiiiKly. WM. M. MLltl'lIV, P. M.
-Hayur Ihoma. W. Ila.lii'ay.
Traie,rer-Cl.ai. K. NJ,i.
Clcrx -Dennis J, run y
CounaelorWm. U. (it I crt.
Marthal-L. II. M.-yl:i,
attorney Wtillam llrndrtcka.
5oahi or Amman
,'irnt Ward-Wm. 51 f Hale, Harry Walker.
Serond Ward-Jerpe lliiikle, C. N. HUk-hen.
Third Ward II. K. Hiake, Fnert hmtth.
fourth Ward-C'harie O. Patter. Adoii h 8wo
bixla. Kifth Ward Cl,u. l.anratr. Henry Stout.
Hy virtue of an i je. utlon l.ed out nf tne
clerk a otfire of the riirnii curt of Alexander roan
ly ai d lnte of Ili'.noin, and lo inn dtrirtrd. where
by I tm commanded lo make the amount nf a cer
tain judgment rerentlr obtained aint Walti-r S.
Lander in favor of llenjamln i urii-out oflhe
lnil, tenement. ood hth! cliatUi, of Oie r-a!d
Walters. Lander, I have levied on tho following
described property, to wit: All of section i-fvu
llli.ln toHtinhlp MX!een (Hi) and in range tart (.)
weat of 'heard principal nirrdian. containing Mil
acrea. tie-above dim rltii.d land Inlying and being
aituat-d In the county of Al. xander aud Hate of
Ti;erufnre, according to said cninmairi, 1 .had
cxpo.cfor hale ul public aucjun. all ! lie r'.ht,
title and ililereal of the above named Walter 8:
Lander, in ami to the above deirnbed property,
at II o'clock a.m., oo Tuesday the ih day of Aug.,
SKi, al tho westerly door ol the court bousu, In
cltr of Cairo, Ills. '
Dated at Cairo, 111 , this wh day of August, isai.
JOHN Hutu. KM.
Slierlfl Alexander County.
ltf virtue of an execution issued out of the
clerk's offlcc of the circuit cnurt of Alexander coun
ty and state of Illinois, ami to mo directed, where
by I am commanded to make Hie amount of a cer
tain Judgment recently obtained against Walter S.
Lander and Samuel Lander 'n favor of Iieiijamin
r. Curils out of tlm lands, tenement, goods and
cha'tula ol the 'aid Waller S. Lander aud Stmuel
Lander. 1 havo ' Wild Oil On folio ?
ing described iropurly, lowll: All ftf
section eleven (Hi, In township sixtiwu
aud In range two CJi. west of thu :itd rla
clpal meridian, said laud is lying and being situa
ted tn the county of Alexander ami elate ol Illinois.
Therefore, according to said command, 1 ahsll
cxtose (or sale at public auction, all C;o right,
title, and Interest of the above, named Walter B.
Lauder and Hainuel Lander, In and to the above
descibed properly, at 11 o'clock a. in., on Tuesday
theiiSth day'of August. 1S1. at the vustcrly door
of the court house, In city ol Cairo, Ills
Dated at Cairo, lll-.thla lilh (lav of Augu-t. 183.
Sheriff Alexander County.
A" Now and i;ouipu;ia )nH, front r(- on Levnu
-' Second and Railroad biro.Mt, ,
Tho PatKiiKiir Jpuiot of tins Chlcaito, si. Lou I a
anil -lew Orleans: Illinois Central: Wabiinh. rjt.
Louis and rar.lllc; Iron Jinn nt urn ana Moiiinuro.'
Mobile and Ohio ; Cairo and SI. I.ouii Hull way J
aru all Jusi anrnsa thu alreut; whllo thu Ktuaiiibnnt
Landing la lint one aqilaru distant,
This Ilntol la heatod hy aleam, has steam
Laundry, Hydraulic Elevator, Kluctrle Hull Ik-Ill,
Automatic Flru-Alarms. Hatha, ahaoltitely pnr air,
perfect sewerage and lonipletu appolnltuenta.
Superb furnishing! perfect survlcot and an nn
axculleit table. , .
ti. I. PAKKK1I& CO.. Ii!--
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD MY
t JIESTKII. 8M year opens Beplcnibcr ISfli.
llnlldltiK new. Siiinrlnrapiolntiiioiita 1'lvll Kn
Elli'ierlnir. Cfli'itllcal. ( olleglalu, Rritllsi Cunisei,
llttulnrHof P. lfHrilav, n., W. IV rbiltlrtay,
Bq...ro x T iol'fllKp.nipTT; ):r'f
Cnl. Then Ilvatt, President of thu l'ennsyl vanla
Military Acailnmy. w'I'l bs at lliu llallldajr
Hotel Iu Onlrn, on Wudnesdiiy, Auunst liJnd,
fiom 10 A, M to 19 M., and will ho huppv to
see patroni of Ihe Academy aud others on ufllolal