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Tito Daily Bulletin.
Bomethine About a Man who Pr ruiss to
Become a Money Kirifr.
Now that (louiM and Vamlcrliill havo
retirnd, temporarily, at It-nst, from tlio
fin it tidal ariina, thuro in Homo curiosity
as to who Nhall ho the next lio!ator, at
whoso noil tlio "ir;t" shall tromll!.
By common consent Mr. Hwirv Villar.1
gtmnia to bo awanloil tlio proml po lion,
thoiiffh whether ho wanU it in uitis an
otlmr imtutr, (or tlio hvidii)',' spirit in
tlio Norllmrn Tiifilii! Uuilron.l imd tlio
Orogon Navigation Cuiiip.-iiiy is a niod
ust than, not fond of uoiio or notoriety.
A ho Is likoly to coino hoforo tho pubilo
far nioru prominently during tlm ni'xt
fow years than any other financial mag
nate of tho day, sonio words us to tho
man muy not lo without inturo.sL I do
not know whether ho has over tuado
Kood his claim by an act of Loirisluturo
to the name of Villard or not, hut at
any ralo his nanio was originally Hil
Jari, and many of thoam family may
now ho found in ISeilvili. M. Tlio
distinguished Supcrinn-n.lrnt of tho
Coast Survey, I'rotecsor Julius IMard,
ono of the men of whom the Min.-ntilie
world is proud, is an undo of Mr. Vil
lard. The Heinrieh llilanl of thirty
years ago.or the Henry Villanl of to-day
is the son of (fustave Hiijranl, formerly
1'resident of tho Supreme Court in .Mu
nich. Gustav HiL'aid was tim or.ly one
of five brothers who did not migrate
to America, audit was not originally
intended tiiat his" sou Henry should
t ome here. Uut some wild euapadf,
while studying at the University at Mu
nich, induced him to come to this
country in 13, bc-itio- then l'j years of
age. n as far as Chicago, when
his fortune gave out, nnd he was taken
in hand by h:s uncle Kohert ('. lliljjard,
of tho Belleville Savings Bank, wim took
him Uj Boileviile, whoro he remained
uut.l ho could lind his wav around 'ho
new country. But Belleville was too
MiiaU a place for the young man. who
wandered off to bee the world, and was
not heard of for several years. In his
wanderings ho became acquaint.-! with
Horace (ireeley, who was mailing his
way across the continent, and (irecley,
seeing tet-Milid worth in young H:lgard
en"-, r'. H.A s eorresi'oiide ni, w.tha
' . rrrrg commiss'.iAi in ih West. 'Ihi
wa-s heli.ro theoutbreik of the wr, and
in that time of great importunities 11,1
gard Mon made a riunio tor him-o f in
a double .sense he beeane nou-1 as an
xceileiit corresondent, and made his
num deplume of Vil ar t so fr.votahly
know n tnat he ended by d;-earding his
own naiuo in its favor. "Before tho close
of tho war he was on the high road to
fame as a newspaper writer of brilliancy
nnd judgment, and, had he remained in
newspaper life, he would unquestion
ably have made ins fortune.
But tlio ciose of the war and the be
ginning of t.'ie era of wild npri-iil-i.inn,
which lasted from to lh.'i. oilered
him greater opportunities for money
making than any newspaper career. He.
went back toKuropeand laid before tho
rich merchants of (iermany ami Holland
the opportunities for getting I1) and l.'j
per cent, for their money instead of on--fourth
of that rate. He had cnnnnoiii
faith in our government bonds. Money
was iutrmte I to him to plare in tins
country, and he carried out his contrac t
with so much judgment that enormous
sums were Boon placed at his disposal.
In ten years after the war he mad - four
trips to Europe, each time sireuliou
ing his position. The crash of
found his iuves-.iii"nts in excellent shape,
and with the revival ol prosperity in
171 Villard began to loom up as not
only the aixcnl of millionaires, hut ono
of the fraternity himself. U had taken
as good care of his own ni"in v as of
other people's, and Ids career in the
northwetern part of the United States
was marked by almost infallible judg
ment and no rVvcrses. Tho history of
his tight with the Northern Pacific road
and us complete capitulation is too re
cent to need repealing. He holds the
controlling power over the railroads of
tlio Northwest, ami is, next to Vander
bilt and (ioiild. the niosi imimriant
railroad man in the country, and in
such a comparison Vanderhili can
ccarce'y he said to count, as his power
is due to inherited wealth ralle-r than
to an inborn faculty for railroad htianeo
such as characterize Gould and Vil
li.!. Personally Mr. Villard is extremely
unostentatious, a big man in everyway,
physically and mentally. good humored,
kind hearted, fond of work, hut devoted
to his family, and with cultivate I taste
for art ami music. What his personal
wealth is few persons have any means
of judging; it ntav bo anywhere from
$.r.uuO,otX) to ?e.'i).()iji i.OOtj. M,,iv im
nortunt than the actual amount of Mock
he may own, is the inlluence he wields
over foreign investors, who have com
plete faith in his judgment. He ha 1 u
come in maimers and language as nmch
of an American as if he had been born
here, and evidently intends to make
New York ids future home, for he is
building a house which will equal tho
Vanderbilt mansion In paeiouii and
effect. It Is on Madison avenue, back
of tho Cathedral, whore Mr. Vidard
bought the block botween Fiftieth and
Fifty-first streets. The stvio Is renais
sance, and the material brown stone; it
is about fifty feet wide, bv something
over 100 feet deep. Tho nlastercrs tiro
now ot work instdo. but it will bn an
other year before it is readv for tho
faruilv. - r
" Why don't you havo your coat
mended?" was asked of n man. "Ile
cau.so it doesn't belong to nie,"the man
replied, "and the ragged condliion only
rctlects on tho man w ho owns it." "But
the people don't know to whom it lie.
longs, and naturally suppose that it is
yours." "1 am not responsible for Iho
mistakes of the public. If I were to
mako it it my husiuoss to correct all the
errors Into which the groat public are
liable to fall 1 wouldn't have time to at
tend to matters of moro pressing ncces
itv." An cxeliango says that "tho Boston
Ikra'il kicks against tho statuo to ho
prcctod on the Common In honor of
Hnrriet Martineau." It is d .fllcult to
see how a statue that Is not yet built
nan bo kicked against. But, still, a
Boston paper can do iiiosl anything.
lloctrnttr I'otl Express.
Eut f.r a Lawor.
A certain cashier, having la;vr re
Hponsibilities at the heal of a great eit)
bank, was tempted, no matter how, tc
indulge in private speculation with thr
batiK's funds. Before Im realized it Ik
had misappropriated and lost .V),0oi).
In desperation and to retrieve his for
tunes he went still deeper, with Hit
result that instead of extracting him
self ho shortly found the amount of hi.
loss increased to 4100,000. The time o
the annual examination of his account
and the affairs of the hank Iwdng close
at hand, ho was unable, to contrive y
method of concealing Ids stealing-, tint1
tho day before the official cxaminalioi
ho went to his lawyer, a wealthy ruau,
and mnde a clean breast. The lawyer,
after some reflection, asked: "Do 'the
directors still retain their confidence it
you?" "They do not even suspect,'
was tho answer. "Will you promise tc
he governed by my advice?" "I will.''
"Sit down nnd write a complete confes
ion of your guilt." Tho cashier wroU
and signed the required coufesaiou.
"Now," said the lawyer, "go to the
bank before lo o'clock to-ruorrow morn
ing and take negotiable securities fiotr
tho safo, to the amount of $100,000.
Bring them to mo as early as possible."
Tho cashier did as ho was directed,
and brought government and state
bonds to the required amount and eavt
them to his lawyer. "Now I will gc
with you." said tho lawyer, "and plead
your case with tho hank" directors at the
regular meeting." They went together.
The cashier read his confession in a
voico convulsed with sobs. He told
bow tho theft had been committed,
avowed his remorse, and in the same
breath confessed his inability to make
good the amount. "What is the
amount?" asked the president. "It i
1200,000" answered the cashier.
There was a decided sensation in the
board, and exclamations of a-ttoni.sn-nient
at the extent of the loss went from
mouth to mouth, in tho midst of w hich
tho lawyer rose and addressed them.
He begged them to consider tho confi
dence, which was in itself a temptation,
they had reposed in their cashier, his
long service, ami other things calcu
lated to mitigate their feelings toward
his client. He then showed them that
the publication of this deficit at that
time would cripple tho bank and prob
ably compel it to close its doors, and
ended by saying that he himself had
such confidence in the future of his
client, in his remorse and repentance,
that be would engago to collect among
bis other friends and from various
sources $1 00,000, and bring it to them
before 3 o'clock on that day, provided
they would give his client a written
guarantee, against a criminal prosecu
tion. "If riot," ho added, "his client
would surrender himself into their
hands and meet the penalty of his mis
deeds, but the bank would lose the
whole amount," Well, the directors
deliberated, but they accepted the
lawyer's terms, gave tho cashier the re
lease on the condition named, and took
his resignation at the same time. The
lawyer easily made a loan upon the se
curities and'kept his word, "and," said
my informant gravely, "that very cash
it r is a broker in tho New York Stock
Kxehange to-day. He has paid Up his
liabilities to the bank, and is highly re
speeted by all who do not know him as
well as I do." Chirnjn Inkr-Occan.
Wouiaa and Thx Horn.
Mrs. Florence M Adkinson, in Tht
Induvviiiulia S.nlincl, deals with tho
men who fear women are endangering
tho home in the following terse fashion:
"There'are a few facts which, if daily
considered, would serve to allay the
fears of those who imagine that the wo
man movement threatens tiio home.
First, the home with all that the word
iipjilies. its re.-t, its beauty, its comfort,
it's shelter, its brooding spirit, all that
renders it pleasant to body, brain and
soul, has been chiefly evolved through
tho thought, affection and labor of wo
men. As a ru.e. men have shirked
their share in the building of tho home,
especially in the finer part of the work,
as they have shirked their moral re
sponsibility in the developing and train
ing of tho race. Second, tho strongest
instinct in woman is the homo instinct,
Sho may elect of her own free choice to
be childless, but not to bo homeless.
Men live in camps and clubs, moro or
less content, but tho fondest dream of
every wandering woman high or low,
rich or poor is of a homo all her own,
her castle, which if sho chooses, sho
may bar and bolt against tho world.
These warnings from men to women
regarding tho preservation of the homo
are supremely ridiculous in face of the
facU that men are far more gregarious
than women, and much less disposed
to rigidly preservo tho privacy and ex
clusiveness of homo."
"Diiar lady, please help an unfortu
nate man. I ain't had no work at my
trade since last winter." "Poor man'
w hat is your trade?" "Shovelliu' snow
Tit tit as a Bowline.
South Amboy, N. Y.-Capt. John Riley,
of tho Barge "Win. II. Smith," of this place,
asys: "I havo tried tho great pain-conqueror,
St. Jacobs Oil, and found it a good
thing; it curod me, I shall always speak
well of it."
W. P. i.AMtiiiiN, river croiornl I'm rtui.t.KTiN
knit trnmliost pikHnengur mji.nl. Ordtim Tor nil
klndiinf nt(mmbi)t Job prlmlnu ollr.lteil. Olllco
Hi Howor'i Ruruvuiin Uutvl. No. 7 Ohio love.
Tho City ot Helena from Vicksburg pass
ed up for St. Louie last cvcning.Tlie Jack
Frost arrived hero with a ton of rock yes
terday for tlio chain. Tho Carrier from St.
Louis Is duo to-night for Vicksburg. The
Henry A. Tyler will report horo for Mum
phis early this morning. Sho has a good
trip.-Tha Carrio Caldwell from Evansvlllo
camo down last night Hying light ami left
soon after in tho same condition, but got a
low passengers. Tho J. II. Hillman Is the
regular Evansvlllo packet duo to-night.
Capt. Wash Thompson, of tho Bullo Bhrevo.
port, which is on tho ways at radtteah for
repairing passed through tho city last night
for 8k. Louis.
CAIRO HULLKT1N: WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER
Ladies, beware of imitations. The great
popularity of Ball's Health Prbbkkvino
L'oiibk'IS or Ball's Corsets with coiled spring
elastic sectiocs has induced certain unprin
cipled dealers to aalm ot) on their unsus
pecting customers a worthless imitation foi
the genuine article. We have begun pros
ecutions for fraud and datnnges against oev
eral dealers for this practice, and shall do
the same with others as fast a wu get evi
dence ot this practice. The genuine article
can not be sold at retail for luxs than $1 2.1,
and any one who advertises or sells for lets
than that price, it is sp.fe to presume are
offerini' a fraudulent article. Anv ladv
who purchases one of the genuine corsets
can roturn it after two or three weeks' wear
if not satisLud with it in every respect, and
the price paid for it will be refunded,
Chicago Coiukt Co.,
It Seems to Satisfy
A family want, and I wonder how we ever
got along without Parker's Ginger Tonic.
ii curcu me oi nervous prostrntmu, and 1
have Used it since tor h 1 1 sorts of cnmnlnititii
in our family. Mrs. Jines, Albiny.
Seulralgia and Hick Headache.
In Aurora, 111., lives Mrs. Win. Hetisoti.
She says; "Samaritan Nervine cured m-j
of neuralgia, vertigo and sick headache."
From the Proud Standpoint
ol superior "style," the languid city beauty
surveys the Imaginary physical short com
ings ol her rustic female cousin. Yet if
the latter possesses a fiuer set of teeth, as
she probably does if she uses SOZUDONT,
and the metropolitan belle does not, that
striking contrast so much in her favor
enables her to turn the tables with a ven
gence. Pearly teeth are better than "style."
Free of Charge.
All persons suffering from Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Loss of Voice, or an af
fection ot the Throat and Lungs, are re
quested to call at Barclay Bros' drug
store and get a trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, free of
charge, which will convince them of its
wonderful merits and show what a regular
dollar-size bottle will do. Call early. (3)
To all who aro suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, 1
will send a recipe that will crreyou, fkkk
or Chakue. This great remedy was
discovered by a minister in South America.
Send a self-addreesed envelope to the Hev.
JosF.ru T. Inman, Station D.. New York
lean recommend Ely's Cream Balm to
relieve all persons suffering from K"se
Cold and Hay Fever. I have been a great
sufferer ftom these complaints atid have
used it. I have recommendeiJ it to many
ot my friends for Catarrh, and in all ensts
where they have used the Balm freely they
have been cured. T. Kenney, Dry Goods
Mer-chant, Ithaca, N. Y.
hucKten 6 Arnica salve
The Bc6t Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheuin, Fever
Sores, 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
85 cents pur box. ror ssle by Barclay
1)0 Sot Bo Deceived.
In these times of quack medicine adver
tisements everywhere it is truly gratifying
to find one remedy that is worthy of praise
and which really docs as recommended
Electric Bitters we can voush for as being
a true and reliable remedy, and one that
will do as recommended. They invariably
euro Stomach and Liver Complaintc, l)is
eases of the Kidneys ami Urinary 1 i tti -
cultiea. We know whereof we speak, and
can readily say, give them a trial. Sold at
fifty cents a bottle bv Barclay Bros. (3)
Grape Culture and Pott Wine,
Mr. A. Speer, of New Jersey, one of the
largest grape producers in the Kuet, com
menced, out a few years ago, in a cms
way, to make wines from currants and
blackberries and other fruits. He now con
trols laige vineyards of the Oporto urnpe,
trom which Ins tamous Port Grape Vine
is made, and which chemists and physi
cians say rivals the world for beneficial
effects on weakly snd aged persons, and
tho consumptive. For sale by Paul G
Disease, Propensity and Passion, brings
Mankind numberless ailments, foremost
among them are Nervousness, Nervous De
bility, and unnatural weakness of Genera
tive Orcans: Allen's Brain Food hh-ivis,
fully overcomes these troubles and restores
the sufferer to his former vigor. 1. At
Work Given Out. On receipt of vour
address we will make an offer bv which
you can earn $3 to $7 evenings, at your
home. Men, Women, Boys cr Girls can do
it. II. 0. Wilkinson & Co., 195 and 107
iuiton street, JNew iork.
Streugth for Mind and Body.
There is more strength restoring power
in a bottlo of Parker's Ginger Tonic than in
a bushel ot malt or a gallon of Milk. This
explains why invalids find it such a won
derful invigorant for mind and body.
To The West.
There aro a number ol routes leading to
the Hboye-mcntioned section, but tho direct
ano rename route is via Saint Louis am
over tho Missouri Puciflc Railway. Two
trains daily are run from tho Grand Uuimi
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth. Atchisim. St. .1 (Uinli ntwl I iMi..l...
, , v j iti'i viunijfii
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of tho very
ui.eiH muse nreaiiac.iieu to an trains.
At Kansas Citv Union lleo.if n.uli.,
for Kansas. Colorado. Now Mi yicii Anil ( 'ot
lf nia lonnorst with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is mnde with
express trains for Kansas and Nebraska
At OmaliM, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This lino offers to parties enroute to tho
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and suporlor accomodations, hut beautiful
scenerv, as it passes through tho finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Bend for
illustrated ITlAha. nnmtdilntii .& ,f lkt
line, which will bo mailed free.
C. B. Kirsaw, p. Chandler,
Asa t Uenl Pass. Agent. Genl Pass Agent.
State of Illinois, ) In tho Alexander County
.. , , Vm circuit Court, Feburnrv
Alexniiik-r County, i Term A. 1). Issl.
In Chancery Hittlnit,
EI1..-H Campbell, complainant,
Hujjhy CamplR-:!, dnf.-ii,Unt.
Hill in chmic.iiry fur Darned.
IJie above named il femlant m hereby n t. t!il
J1 cu,"Ii'aiimnt. n the I'Jih dy of .July,
INM. nieil In xaiil cmiri a d-rnun bill in rleur iy
ror oivon.-u au'alnt you, an t that alius minim
ni iMiieil tb(r"in re urualiie. on iti tlrnl cUy f
Cie neii term of Md court, to hold, u m tl.
court bouHu in Cairo, on tlio b. coiuI Momlnv ef
Cairn, III., Sept. 27th. A. I). ISnJ.
, , AI.i:. lltVIN, Cleill.
MUlKuy & I.ouk. Cciuip aliiam'a .-olieitom
Notice l heohy Riven thai on Wednemlny the
Slut clay of October nexi, betw.-en Urn houri uf lo
o clock in the furi-noou ar.d 6 o'clock lu tho aiier-
nmmui naiurit,ai the. laie lenience of IM. r
HlOltenlierL'. allH l'i ter Klnlmin. li.i'a...rl In D...
Cllv of Cairo, countyof Alexander anil male o l! I
num. the peri-onal property -f Haiti decedeM. con
H Htlnu ( f 2 wa:.'oin, I mulea, I cart, huu-eii arid
jiiiimh. wbeuitiarr.wa, 1 crlnd-Hone, :i i.hov lr. I
lot tooU. 1 lot phlm-lcn and luinl.-r. I plow. I r.ur
row, 4'tlredoora 1 loi fciiclnir wire, I lot hiinic....
i mi inn oea aBn, l lot truuuii, 1 pump and pipe.
1 Old Stove. 1 chair. I I nl trlMnu 1 run 1 1 u luml
fenco nid rai n. Implement, anil other article,'
will hu nold at ,iihPc mn.
TK IMS OK S W.E:-l'urchatn of lt-ca than live
dollar to be paid In band: l -r that amount and
over, on a credit of ii mouth, the purchsncr kiv
iuk uu v, wuri ajiprnvi ii feruriiy.
ADOLI'II SYVOItOHA. Ailmlnlmrator.
Dated Cairo. Ill . September iti. lmtl.
liKthN AGILBttlil, Attorneva.
A New and Complete Hotel, frontinf; on Levi-
Second aud Kuuroad .Street.
The raeiiL'er Depot ot the Chicago. St. I.oi.i
and .ew Orleans: Illiuoi Central; Waliach. si.
I.ouia and Pacific; Iron Mountain and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio: Cairo and .St. I,oii: liniiun
are all Jnst acros the street: while the Steamboat
Laiiniiiit l tjaioiie square uiatant,
Thin Hotel la heated by ntcam, ha !e:r
Laundry. Hvdrauilc Elevator, Klectrlc Cull 1 1.-1 ";
Automatic Klre-Alarme. Hath, absolutelv pure a'r.
perfect ewerarc and complete appointment.
Bauern iurnininn; perieci service; aro: an nn
I j. I. fVKK Kit Ar '( .. J.
1 his cl-ant dressing
is preferred by those
.imil.ir article, on ac
ount of ij superior
.leanliness and purity.
It contain! materials
only that are beneficial
to the icalp and luir
Restore! the Youthful Color to Grey or Faded Hair
Parkers Hair P.ilsam la finely perfumed and Is
warranted to prrvmt falling of the hair and to re.
nine dandruff andilclung. Hiscox & Co , N.Y.
Sc tnA $1 ilw, at 4lritfidratu4 oMdlclncl.
A Superlative Health and Strength Restorer.
If you are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with
Overwork, or a mother run down by family or house
hold duties try Parkeh's G.kgkk Tonic.
If you are a lawyer, minister or business man ex
hausted by mental strain or .inxiotucares, do not take
intoxicating stimulants.but use Parker's GiiiRer Tonic
If you have Consumption, Iiyspepsia, Kheuma
ism, K idney Comt.l.iien, or any disorder of the lungs,
stomach, towels, blood or nerves. V ckhk's CiIngrr
Tonic w ill cure you. ItisihcCieatest Blood I'untier
And the Best and Sorest Cough Cure Cver Used.
If vou are wastin g away from ase, dissipation or
any disease or weakness and require a stimulant lake
Ginger Tonic at once; it will mvii; .nie and build
I'ou up from the fest dose but will never intoxicate,
t has saved hundreds of lives; it may aave yours.
CAUTION ! Matt all liitillliil.i. Parkri'i (IIdj., Tonic It
eooipofd t"1' rtnw.liKl r-titi In lhwrrl.l,tjaifintlrlf
diffi-rrnl from pr.pritioni of jfinpvr iK.rj. Scnil forclrcaisr 10
Illicox A Co., N. Y. Sue. A l in.., t ilnlrri In dniKt.
GREAT SAVINfl BfVlXO DOLLAR SIJE.
Itsn h and Uu.'i,' li fiance has made this
delishifiilper'Mn";cvc't'il''K,y P"pular. There
la out hi nit like It. Insist upon having Flukbs.
TON Coloonk and l.'ik f.-r signature ot
on r? Mttl. Anr dninrht or dealer in (wrfuuwrjr
can lurpfy yi. 9b an J 15 f-nt
LAR'iR SAVIVO nCYINU If. SIZE.
AMD LACti VITAL ENERGY?
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m ni imnmiv. i o in ror sje ONLY nt onc reri
tha wilt t dlUHiiw, n th,.y net it i dm t iinnii Nurvnun,
Munfnlsr, and tlHucrutlta Cnltim, mwiilllv rimtiirluii
thuvllHlllr-whlch Ih Kli-clrlctlj-drnlni d fmrn thna
letn Iitich or IndlncnMlonn, thi.y thuii In a miturul
wy nwciini" thn wimknuim wllhout driiindna tlia nm
ach. Tliy will colli evi.rjr r.nm uliurt of utimturiil dn
UKOKriitlon, and wit urn .i,,Mrd to furnlrh llin nuwt
nii hllo and -nIutn prn.it to ni"Tt onr clnlm
lllimt rnlfil i'uilia lot Krnt.nr nt aindud lor o pnalaaA
eoMttlUtlen I AMk,-ICAN CI.VANIO CO.
Ml Ifttci I 31 2 N. 0th 8v., St. Louie. M"
swig a monroo !it.,whlcOQ0.Jw W
' Wlll'iii..tmi.nl.ttnvivt.l.ln.llilr fT ri
ll-.n..nt Diw.ili-l., c.r. U.ol-, )f I J
Htaii.il, v.,i f'.wnS nilS li, . I 7rTl
ISIllMlilta, Hi .ll.l , In, ., Illl, 11(111 , ii
u(CI Imii.I Muikj
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACAD'MY
( IlKdTKM. S.'tl yuar opuim Hoptemher I'JHi.
llulldlnit new. Hlllinrliiraonolntmiiula Civil I n.
RltimtrlliK. C'bnmical, (lollutfiale, llnnllnh Coumcp,
t Irculamof P. W. Itarelay. Kq,, W. P. Ilalllttay,
K . or ot Col. TUIO. II Y ATT, l'raa'l.
3, US 3.
kf.w duoph applied to the lurta
uid almost Inatrtntl. belistust
iHrT dianolnr fh Rlfln n Uio ,il
r . ' r
Stlfl Joints, JNouralgla, Iainie
aora inroat, fains in tne auimon or iu uny purl of tho ISvmi-iii
;iiul Is equally f)flli-a!liiiis (or ail i;iln la tho Stomach and, Bowela
requiring a powcrlul dltfuslvo eliinulanl. Woo Mom-ir. Almnnnr
Ask your DniKK'st for It. 1'rlco 60
iTeparedoiilyby JACOB S. MXRBEIX, I I. J
NKW ADVKKl 1SKMKNTS
VOl.L'.MKS, the cho'r.eat literature of the world.
im-il! rataloutii- tree. I.oweat prices ever known.
NO'I cold by dca em. Si-ni for namlna Ion he
fure payment on evidence nrcood faith.
JOHN H. ALUKX, PuljlNhor.
') fi"x K'-'7. 18 Veey Ht., N. Y.
)Iason it Hamlin Organs.
Now illustrator! catalogue, (40
Ito) for setiMou of 1 883-4, incluiliup;
many new style; the best assortnient of
the licst aipl most attractive organs we
have eve.r o He red, ami at lowest prices,
$22 to $000, for cash, easy jmyrnents or
rented. Sent free.
IioNton, IMTromont st; Now York, 40 Eiintllth at ;
Chicago, Wi Wabaah at.
PIANOS and ORGANS
Are the finest in TONE,
Are the finest in DESIGN,
Are the finest in WORKMANSHIP.
Send for Catalogue with music free
GEO. WOODS' COMPANY,
tin Waahlnirina Street, Ilorton, Maes.
WORTH SENDING FOR I
Mr. J. U. KCUKNCK haa Just pnbliabed a book orj
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
SM HOW TO CURE THEM
w hirh in otfenvl FU KR. ro"ttiatd.to all aprllrantu
It GiiititiimruiMiA.. tnr.irnujri'iii tor all whnKiiiKiM)
tiii-tnm-lvm alllirted with. or lwhiut.i any dlMMimnf
tlie UiMHtor luium. Mention thin iar. Addrvxa
Ur.t. II. hCllr Nt K A- HIN, I'hllaili-lnhla. I'a.
i0tiU4 i you uuA i'.ylwA ur Utnum iuuKi ,
617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, 110.
A. rj-iilor Oi-nilunt of two iiii'illo.il
fntli-i!!-. Ii.-it I u Imtfir riit'iiKi'd In tin. treat-
ll:i-tll l' ( 'hroillii, Nitvoiii-, Mini flint
Itliiinl IHm..i.4 ill in miv nth, r till v s I 1 : n In
M. Louis, a rlty patn-rt hw and all nld m m.
ilinls know. Ciniiliat!iu ,.t ndii'i-iil- k7 until,
I'n-.i ami Invltoil. A i'i Ii-ihIIv talk or hli opinion
rot mil hi nir, WJimi Ii Is inrnii v fiil.-nt tu v i - i t
Hip fliy .ur tri'.-uuii-nt. i. i-,l 1- ii.-h rim hi-si-nt
li innll ur i Xpr.--i i vi-n Inn-. nrni.li. ig.n
liiiuniiitr. il; w lu re 1I..11IH eMsta It Is frankly
H.iii d. CiiUor Write.
JtjrmsJ'rostratlon, Debility, Mental and
l.s 1 c al Woakofan, M e rcurial and olhir
airtxLionsof Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
InJi.fr--;. ! Blood roisoninkinAffec.
tions, Old Sorea a?d Uloers, Impediments to
Marring", Rbptimatlfm, PiIps. Special
attention to cusca from over-workiid brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imrrudences. Exnsea,
Indulgcness or Exposur- s.
It In (eir-rvMent that a ihvl-lan puvlnK
pai tli'iiliir atli'iitluu to Irlax iil rti'i allulim
lii'i-iit skill, and phy uli'laio In ii-iruhir prarllPM
all iiver Hip pmiutry kimn liii,' this. Heipu-utly
n-i oiiiiiiiMid ruspH to the olilim i.itli-p III Ani'Tli'a
whei-f every known api lliiut'e In renortitl to,
mid the provi-it tinul r.ii..(lie of all
IIUei llntl I'nlltltrli'ri At'w used. A wliole liollsp p
iisi il . .r uH'..'f pii r t nnd nil are I reiiied wliii
skill In a resiei-trul inaniiir; nud. kli"lnK
what to do. no experiments are iiiad. Hi mi--I'.iun:
of tin- fren! uuuilar applyliiir. the
rhiuirit an- kept low. often lower 11. an Is
ih iuniuled hy oilierH If mui nei-urit tlie kl'l
and net asiipei",)- mid -i ti-il 1 a I run-, thill lit
the lioportaiit niaiter. l aiuphli I. M piiKca,
ai iil to uny addre frep.
Kli-irnnt oloth atid t'llt tiliidllilf. PealMirurW
pent In postaire or i'iiiti-iu'v. uv-r llltv won
'erlul pen 1 , t.-l iti-t--. true to I Hi- nrl li-les'on thn
tolloH Ihir Mlli.leeln. ho lllltv Ilinn V, Whollot;
wliyy I'liuiei-iit'e to 111:11 1. Im iiinrry tlrst.
t .'in hi Mi.l, Wouinhlioml. I'IiiaIi-hI rteeiiv. Who
houlil iiiuri-y. iluw lli'e and hniinpst I11.1v Ik)
llierellseil, 'I'llusp lll.li rled or I'utlUIIII llltlllll
man I11K nhoiild rend It. It 011 ulit tulip real
iiy nil adult persoMi. ihnii kept iimii-r liK-k and
ki-v. I'niuhtr edll loll. NlilIlP Its ilm p, hut pllpef
roer nnd Kim piiuii". ii i-tiita b' Uiall, In uiouejr
VfK will t.s.y IhnU.T. t.wiM sr nr rvanf t.lrr CimrlKlnt'
l'jri'.ii, Ki-k H.a.iiwh, lMiiiiiii.iti,o.iiitiiil'ii "H'oniifiii,
Dl.aiiu.it i-tiK wiui Wn.l'i V..ni. .r I1II1, xh.ii Hi. dir.. .
I'.lllUn- llll.lly t.irii,d UN. llwyirl nlltlv 1 1 1.ltl.U,
le-v.r fnil lo flvl I.I1.IS.II..11. p,,, l'.l., Ixrvi l..l,r.m
tolnliiit an .ll win. Kur . I v ill iiruiiiil.ii. 11. ..f
Ci.iu.t.rl.lu '..) Imiutl.ilii. Tin it. mini nianufwtiiml .ml) l,j
JOHN (', -TA till, . a IM W, llli,n M, Cbk-ari.
I rw Ii ikl m( i.Afi i.al If ni .iM,, , on 0,1,1 t , tt miv.
Ileoliii is Wealth !
aiMul I BrcAiJa
Dh K. ('. WrMT'n Nrnmi akd IlintN Tnr.tT.
MKvr, n wim runtiHul HptH-illo for llynteria, J)ir..
iiiwii, I'iiiiviiIhioiik, rita, Nrvnii Ninirultftn,
llpiitluchK, NorvotiH rruftrtitioit cmniHl hy tlu tiao
ofHloohnl ur toliitpco, Wiiki-fnltinwi, Munlitl lkw
pn'rixiiiii, Hiiftoniim of tbo Uniin romiltin In In
anility iiml londuiir to miwry, tlorny nut! Jpiith,
rrtMiiutiirii Ohl Ao, llnrroiitiinn, Jwa tif finwor
in pilhor aox, luvtiliintiiry Imihuiw nntl Hpernint.
orrho'in-iiiimiil liyuvorxtirtinn of tlioliriiin.aplf.
allium or iivor-iiitliiUnniiK. liju-h litis etiiitiiliia
iiiitMiiiuith'a trtMitniKiiu $l.lii h box, or tin linxoi
lurf'i.ui.Kont hy mini pnp'tnl nu tot'pi4 of pni'o. 1
'K UTAH WTI.I'. MIX IIOXIM
Tt euro nny cnan, Willi oniih tntlnr hiviivixl Iiy tie
for aix tMixim. acooniiiid with V111, w will
H'liil tho pun lniwr our wrllton Hiiatnnttm to rw
fumllliu tiitmpy If thn tnntiupiit dovatiutelkut
a euro. Ouuruii:i'i iaaiiiHl only by
1IAUJIY W. SOUUII.
DrutttliU Cor. Comnatirelal avo. A U)ih jt, Ca U
A imwerful pi epiirutiou t.uii-
;"osed mostly ol K.tsnntlal oils
Tho most ponetratltiff J.lnlmont
Baii1. . "et.C?tt. h??f Bon
L'l...t..n U,. - -...-.! ... .
rrm i irnr inn ki i r Atk
; " My" vywiuK
Back. Crampa, Tooth-At he
cU per bottle D"."
DEDERICK'S MAY PRESSES,
keeping the ons
Order on trial, addremi lr nrciilnr and location Of
uin-iinim-a ano Amenta.
r. .. ututaica wo., Albany, N. T.
I OKC l-.S. No puh u-.ity; remtli.-nU ol any
Main llenertioii, Xo i Suoparl. Advire and
appliratlona for tiainp. W. II. LEE. Att'v, 230
laroadway, N. V.
" 111 every townln the Union
A 1 II... Nnmtrn r..n
(J fF-Havana fii.lki.;
. lii lailcra auir nn ttroHt.
-Simula l.,i,.r .ji.y .1..I1,.
I VJ tpriua.cto. Bt'IINULL A
-nr. pi " imvai... inuiiuiKiiia, ma.
I have known and waichi-d the tim of fJwirt'i
(pi-ritic for over fifty yearn, nd have never krown
or beard of a failure t..i cure I loud l'oiron when
protieilv tiik- n I tiacd it on nu nervunu trom
IS'iO to lh:, at did aim) a numhi-r of my neighbors,
and in evi-rv c.iau flint panic within my knowledtfa
It lleCted a fUre. In all 111 V life I hi.ve nev r lniiun
a remedy that would no fully ai tonip InU what it la
recommended to do.
11. I.. DEN S AhD.l'erry, -a.
I have known and npd Sw t Specirtt- for more
th.ui twi-iitv veara, and have neeti inort? wonderful
renirta from Its tine than fmm anv reim dy In or
nit of the I'hnrmac po-ia. It U a crtain and afe
antidote to all orie of Hlood I'.r
J. MCKON SM'TH, M I).
'Ilio (ii't-at Irii2 House of Cliioayo.
We do not henltiitc to mv hat fur a year pant
we 'uve old more i f Suii't'n Specific (X. H.f.)
thnii aii other lllmid I'uritlera comb tied, and with
nu m antonlnhliiK r-nnll". Uno (!Piitli-ii an who
uh. d ha, fa iluseti boitlt a ava that it baa dono him
more (rood than treatment wblt li ro-t him 1 DM,
A in tht-r who hua naed It for a Scrofttli.ua affliction
repoila a permiinenl cure frntn Im un,..
VAN SllAACK.yrEVKNpON A TO.
IVill In- pahl lo at y riiemlnt w ho will find, on an.
aly nl of loo hottl,.. S. S S.. one particle of Mw
cure, Iii.litU rolan.liim. or nnv mineral niliniittice.
THE !VIIT SPKCIHC I'D..
liruwer .1, Atlanta, Ga.
TT-Write for iho llttlu 1,00k, whlt-i will be
Ilia led free.
Prli'c: small ,jj,., fi mi p, r hnttp. i.8r ,M
(holditii! tloiihlo tjimiitiij-i. $1.75 hottle. All Kruir.
fjlntn nel . 3
NO CQ1 -v, ri
f 30 UNION SQUARE NEW YORK.
- a iu.
ILL. MASS. OA.
TOR SALE BY
H. Stkauala it Co., Caiko, 111
JOHN Sl'KOAT, '.
PUOrKIKTOK OF HrUOAT'H 1'ATKNT
VVholoMnlo 1 Coaler In Uo.
m in- tiik t'Ait loaTTou ton.wkix
I'ACKKD F0 PUiri'INO
Cur t-oatln u fcSpooialtv.
) W F lOHIi
(r'.TwelHli tstvwt and Levee,
. T ' - pa m u. unnw,
a ui . r rr" m "
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