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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING APRIL 20, 1884.
(Bie Q!Ory and the Dane of Wealth
and Beauty nt tho Sunny
!Tho Wifo of General Join Wooley, Re
duced to Abject Poverty and
Living in a Cellar,
Accidentally Discovered by an Old Friend'
Who Takes Measures for Her
Succor and Relief,
Nkw York, April 1?. The following
advertisement appeared ji'sUnluy la u
"lV'OOl.KY-If this Is wen y tho diiiiL'hti-r
TT of till' Into (iciiiTHl Jititll Wooley , piciiHt'
Ikldntiall. 11. Smith. 1 7." I !n mil w uy .
Mr. Smith, when culled upon, was
much averse to giving any information
touching the nature of the communica
tion Iw desired to have with the daughter
of such a prominent gentleman. Fin
ally, he told his story as follows:
"General Wooley wan, as you know,
l'rovost Marshal of the Middle
LWvlslon of the Federal forces under (!en
eral Wallace throughout the war. I w as
with him much of the time and we he
came Intimate frk'Uiis. Before the war
he was President of a bank lu Cincinnati,
aud also lived part of the time in Indian
apolis. His wife was a woman of broad
eulture, llni'ly educated, and the author
t! several volumes which attracted gen
eral attention in the South. She belonged
to one of the best families in Kentucky
the Johnsons who are related to the
Lees of Virginia. She was Intimate with
the wives of Lincoln's Cabinet olllci rs
during the war, anil held as hL'li a .social
positlou us any lady in the land. She was
well known lu Wus'hlngton and lialtiiuoro
society. About six years airo ('ein ral
Wooley died, and! lost slirht of the family.
A few weeks ago, by the merest at-cideiit, I
stumbled upon the widow of the l ie nt nil,
but what a change. I found the li'ch
spirlted, noble-minded lady, who had
reigned a belle only a few years before,
living lu a cellar,
bUiwi.v sr. u: im-, todkath.
Kven In that damp, slimy place, however,
the old grace still clung to her, and she
greeted me with all her old-time courtesy,
in spite of the shame she felt that any one
had discovered her absolute poverty."
Mr. Smith tapped nervously on the
desk as he recalled the picture of the cel
lar. "How came she In such destitute cir
cumstances?" "It was the old story of a Southern
woman's unyielding pride. After her
husband's death she tried to support her
self, but she was growing old, aud long
illness reduced her to absolute want.
Cne by one the few effects she had were
pawned and on these she managed to
keep body and soul together. Her cellar
cost only 83.25 a month. An old Creole
servant, who had waited on her when she
was lu better circuntstnnc.es, still re
mained with her and contributed some
thing to her support. Meu and otllcers
who In former times had been proud to
touch their hats to Mrs. General Wooley
now paased her on the streets, not recog
nizing in the white-haired, plainly-dressed
woman that lady they had once esteemed
It an honor to know."
"And she had nothing to live on?"
"Absolutely uothing. Everything had
gone; only this wreath that had lain upon
her husband's collin, aud the sword that
had hung by his side, remained. Thee
she will never part with. I uked her, us
I turned over these relics, what had tie-
come of her children. She answered
simply, 'l)tad.' They have been
dead for several years.' 1 have since
learned that one child was dead only to
her. She has a married daughter living
in this city.
IN GOOD CIKCTMSTAXCKH.
1 havu taken the liberty to advertise, hop
lug to bring mother aud child together.
The daughter evidently knows nothing of
the desperate straits to w hich her mother
Is reduced, and any aid rendered the
mother would come most graciously from
her child; sol hope to hear from her
soon. A tender, pathetic letter, from
Mrs. Wooley, telling of one or two disap
pointments that she had suffered, was
shown. It was dated lialtimore. Mr.
Smith admitted Mrs. Wooley lived in lial
timore, bnt declined, for the lady's sake,
to make public her address.
THK WATKlt TOWN l'l.AN.
How a Respectable Yountr Man From
Massachusetts Came It Over a Chicago
CniCAOO, III., April I'.t. Irving II.
Davidson, an unmarried mau about thirty
years of age, who, during the winter, oc
cupied the position of cashier in lYrkins'
Hotel and Cafe, No. TM State street, h is
been arrested for larceny. He came to
Chicago from WaU-rtown, Mass., tibout
t!ie first of last January, having been sent
here by Mr. l'erklns' partner, Mr. Nes
bitt, whose home is In Huston. In fact,
he Is a nephew of Mr. Nesbiu, uu 1 it
was partly on account of this rela
tionship, but more because of David
son's reputation for honeMy and integrity,
that he was selected to fill the responsi
ble position for which he was sent to Chi
cago. Kver since he took his place be
hind the desk in Mr. l'erkins' establish
ment the latter has observed a steady
lulling off In his receipts. He was at a
loss to account for this for some time,
but while he hesitated to suspect his
cashier he was morally certain that there
was a leakage somewhere. He estimated
his loss by this unknown process at Slot)
Ir month, whleh he felt was sufficient to
warrant him in taking some decided step.
.Without breathing y suspicion to
auyoue he discharged Davidsou
on the 1st of April, and then
waited to sec what the result
Would be. Davidsou still retained a
room in the house and enjoved all the
(privileges of the establishment, but the
handling of the money was given to an
other man. The leukauu still continiii.it
"Various sums wcr missed almost every
day from the drawer. Davidson fr.
Ajuuutly went Into tho cashier's lnelosure
to road the paers, bnt he was no longer
uspeotcd. The Mooney & lloland de
tective agency was now employed, and
argu-eyed spies were set to work to ter
ra out the thief. A man was stationed in
front of the glass door of the cafe, fre
quent reliefs boiirg sent to preclude all
danger of attracting attention by
the plan. A close watch was kept
ou the cashier's desk. The result
was that mi last Saturday, while
the cashier's back was turned, Davidson
was seen to take some money from the
drawer. The watch was continued, and
ou Tuesday this little performance was
repeuted. Then some marked bills aud
silver pieces were placed lu the drawer,
ami when next Davidson made his usual
surreptitious descent on the till, the of
llcer who was watching him marched In
and arrested him, ou a warraut swore out
before Justice Meeeh. He was greatly
surprised, and when a search of his pock
ets brought to light some of the marked
money, amounting to Ss.tfO, he confessed
his guilt. He was taken before Justice
Meech, w lure he waived examination and
wn.s held to the (J rand Jury in bonds of
,t;n(i. When last seen he was with au
ollieer looking for some one to go ou his
Davidsou Is a man who enjoyed the
conildence of a large circle of friends.
He was educated at Kochester, N. Y.,aud
removed from there to Massachusetts
some sixteen years ago. He was engaged
for years in the cotton business in Uos
ton, and, it is said, won hosts of friends
among the cotton dealers and manufac
turers of the State. Among the papers
taken from him was a clipping from a
local paper of Watcrtown, Mass., deeply
regretting his departure, and adding that
numerous fast friends would deplore the
loss of his genial company.
A MALUKU I'ltl'SlIKl).
Thrice Eefuaed in Two Days Arrested
for His Fains.
Atlanta, Ga., April li .Atlanta has
developed a matriinouial crank named
William Fleming. Yesterday morning
he was given a trial in the Police Court.
Fleming is a handsome, dashing man of
twenty-eight years, about live feet live
inches, aud weighs about 140 pounds.
His square shoulders, blue eyes, drooping
mustache and fair complexion combine to
make him a successful masher. One
week ago. Fleming, whose home Is lu
Wilmington, Del., went to a boarding
house on Forsythe street. After making
terms with the proprietress Fleming
asked how many daughters she
had. The lady seemed a little astonished
at the question, but replied that site was
the mother of two daughters. Fleming
then added to the lady's astonishment by
asking fur a description of the ladies.
After supper Fleming sought the parlor.
There he met the young ladies, to whom
he was introduced. Fleming proved an
agreeable companion, aud alter convers
ing with the otinger of the two he sud
denly remarked : "Well, you suit me ex
actly. I liKe ou, and think you w ill do."
"Why, what do you mean:" Indignant
ly asked the lady.
"I mean I want to marry you. Won't
you be my wife? You suit me exactly."
"No, I won't," said the young lady an
grily, as she hurridly left the room.
As soon us the young lady left the room
he turned his attention to her sister. The
conversation had not progressed fur
when he made a second proposal of mar
riage. This was treated like the tirst.
Next morning, while standing ou the
front porch a ysuug lady passed by.
Fleming usked some one her name, and
when he secured it he followed her, and,
after Introducing himself, asked permis
sion to visit her. The young lady re
ferred Fleming to her mother. Nothing
daunted he bought the lady's mother, and
asked permission to visit her daughter.
His good address secured his petition,
and that night Fleming called upon
the mother and daughter. Before
ten o'clock he begged the lady to marry
him. His courtship was afr the style
of his first night on Forsyth street. The
lady declined the offer, but Fleming was
persistent aud continued to beg until the
clock .struck one, when In order to get rid
of him she agreed to marry him. The
promise satistled Fleming and lie left.
Marly the next morning the matter was
brought to the attention of the l'olice De
partment. The three young ladies ap
peared as w itnesses:. Fleming was warned
by the lleeorder that In future he must
nly pour his tales of love Into willing
HEAVY l'.AIN I.
Great Damage to Railroad and Other
Property in Arkansas.
Lrui.K Knew, Akk., April lit. The
heavy rains in this State the past two
days have done much damage to railroad
and other property. Nearly all the small
streams are again very high aud overflow
ing the low lands. ( (whig to wash-outs no
trains on the Iron Mountain Hailroad go
farther south than Arkadelphia and the
bridge over Bear Creek, fifteen miles
south of Pine ISluff, on the Texas & St.
Lou".-, Narrow I iauge Kailroad was washed
away. Many portions of the It, prairie
country north of Duvail's liluff, on the
Memphis Koad, present the appearance
of l ikes, vast sheets of w ater covering the
surface for miles.
A New Petroleum Exchange.
Fi t i sin lien, l'.v., April lit. A new Pe
troleum F.xchange on Fourth avenue is to
be opened on Mmiikiy w ith imposing cere
monies. The building is just finished
and is the most complete structure of its
si.-- in the city. It was built and fur-ni-hed
with a total disregard for expense,
t in the first tloor is located a clearance
hud, one side and the Keystone Hanking
t'oinpauy on the other, the two divided
a long wide hallway running the entire
length of the building. On the second
Hour i.s the F.xehange.' In the center is a
nlckle plated bull ring on either side of
which are brokers' otlices. The build
ing is of brick, ornamented with carved
stone. It is of ijiieeu Auue style of archi
tecture. Dwitfht Foster Dead.
Iiosi in, Mass., April l'J. Hon. Dwight
Foster, Attorney-General of the State
during Governor Andrews' war adminis
tration, and Supreme Court Judge from
ISM to ls'.'J, died last night, aged fifty,
six years. He was a sou of Judge Fos
ter who was a Senator iu 1S00.
Whisky Goes Down, as Usual.
Ci.m iNSATi, O., April l'J. Whisky took
a tumble to-day from 91. 1'-, the price yes
terday, to . 1.05. Tho pool held a meet
ing at noon to keep the price up, but
failed. There Is more excitement on
Unnge inconsequence than there has
been lu two years.
Blew Out the Oaa.
CttiCAiio, iu.., April 19. Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Fillmore, of Fayette, N. Y., guests
uv me i Miner House, who blew out the
gas ou retiring, died this morning.
"What Our Law-Makers nre Do
ing for the Dear People
at the Capital.
Searching fo Crookedness.
Washington', V. U., April l'J. At a
meeting of the House Committee ou
Public Huildlngs aud Grounds. Messrs.
Hopkins, l'usey.and ralnard were ap
pointed a sub-committee to Investigate
the charges filed with the Secretary of
the Treasury bearing upou the selection
and purchase of the site of a public
building at Brooklyn. All correspond
ence ou tho subject is to be laid before
To Amend the Homestead Law.
Washington, April l'J. -House Com
mittee on Public Lands today appointed
Messrs. Henley, Oats and Strait a sub
committee to prepare a bill repealing the
pre-emption and timber culture acts and
to so amend the homestead laws as to
prevent the evil which now continually
arising under them.
Departure of the Bear.
Washington, D. C, April 19. The
Greely relief steamer Bear has been com
pJetely fitted out and leaves New York
Wednesday or Thursday as the advance
vessel In the search for the Greely party.
The Secretary of the Navy and prominent
naval otllcers witnessed the departure.
The coal vessel Yadara with coal for the
ships of the expedltlou arrived yesterday
from Cardiff. Lieutenant Kiuery, who
commands the Bear, paid a tlual visit to
Washington before his departure yester
day and received his Instructions.
The Improvement of the Missouri.
Washington, D. C, April 19. Tht
Missouri delegation In Congress were be
fore the House Committee ou ltivers am!
Harbors this morning In the Interest ol
the navigable streams of their State
During the arguments made It was show c
that all except Mr. Bland were in favor ol
the bill reported from the Committee ot
Commerce creating a Missouri Kiver Com
mission. Mr. Bland thought thu Missouri
should be put under the control of tht
Mississippi Coramlsslou, as improve
ments of the former could not be nad
without reference to the latter. All fa
vored an appropriation of one million
dollars for the general improvement of tht
The Speaker laid before the House t
message from the President recommend
ing an appropriation of g'Igo.OOO to paj
the awards of the French-AmericaL
Claims Commission. Referred to Com
The House Uiou, at 12:45, in accordance
with a previous order, went into com
mittee of the whole on the Hopkins bill
to establish and maintain a department of
labor. Mr. Hopkins addressed the House
to show the necessity for and importance
of the measure.
The labor problem was one of
the most important questions
which demand and command the consid
eration of the people, aud it was the
greatest benefit to all that a department
be established which should furnish au
thentic and reliable data on the subject,
and the bill was not In the interest of
auy school of political economy, but
was Intended to compile Information
for the use of protectionists and
free-traders alike. A great deal of atten
tion had been given to the American hog
and the American steer. It was time
Congress should give more attention to
the American man. Capital always re
ceives consideration here, but legislation
in the interest of the laboring people
had been very rare and stinted.
The present House had shown some dis
position to atone for the past neglect by
creating a eommitV-e on labor, aud this
action had been greatly appreciated by
the laboring classes all over the land.
They looked upon this bill as one of im
mense benefit to them, because it would
bring to the attention of the country a
full and truthful statement of their con
dition. An Exhibition Trot.
Nkw Youk, April 19. Captain Jake
Vanderbilt has been vowing all winter
that he would put Boston Boy to his met
tle on the Fleetwood track on the first
good day. Yesterday afternoon all the
noted Jovers of horse fesh drove out to
the park to witness Mhptain Jake's trial.
Mr. W. H. Vanderbilt drove a bay mare,
Mat lteilly spun in with Leander, J. C.
Kastmau drove Captain Jack and Joe Kay;
J. W. Decker, Jr., drove a big chestnut
aud had a dash for thu gate with
two unknown drivers and got in
ahead of them in beautiful style.
Sheppard Kuapp drew the lines over
his line team Charles Hogan and Sam
Hill; Frank Ward was on hand with
Swiveller. Many other drivers filed into
the park and circled around the track,
presenting a tlue spectacle of crack horse
llesh. It was estimated that ?l'00,000,000
was represented iu the little circle and
that the stock could not have been bought
for 8100,000. The track was cleared and
Captain Jake appeared In front of the
stand. He rode iu a box wagon and
wore a rose in his button-hole and a smile
on his face. Captain Jake sent Boston
Boy around once to warm him up and
then dropped uuder the wire aud signaled
to tne time-Keeper mat tie was
KKADY l-'OK IlL'SINKSS.
Boston Boy settled down to work, get
ting to the quarter-pole In :5L', going
around on the back track with long
strides, passiug the half-mile pole lu 1:01,
and going uuder the wire without a skip
in 2 :L'2 amid a storm of applause. Cap
tain Jake looked around serenely and re
marked that Boston Hoy was a pretty
good horse. The drive back from tho
park was exciting. Captain Jake got
away llrst and was soon lost sight of. As
Mr. W. H. Vanderbilt, Fred Vanderbilt,
Matt Kellly and Mr. Kastmau passed
Barry's each In turn asked If Boston
Boy had goue down the road, and
all received the Information that Cap
tain Jake was waiting for them at Due
Hundred and Forty-tlfth street. It had
been prearranged that there should be a
race down the avenue. As the drivers got
down to One Hundred and Forty-seventh
street, they hung back until all were
abreast, when they started in a dash.
The riders down the rond Imagined some,
thing had broken loose aud give the ft).
Ing horses plenty of room. Early Hose
Went to the lead and staid there, with
young Vanderbilt hanging on a gol sec
ond to One Hundred and Twenty-eighth
street, when Lcaudcr aud Eastman's team
were strung out ami Boston Boy, who had
brokeu badly, was last.
A HKKiN OK TKUItUll,
That Which Drove Two Children to
Suicide to Escape Maternal Wrath.
CiiiCAiio, III., April l'J. There Is sor
row iu the Llndbach faluily. They reside
at the corner of Twelfth street and
Ashlaud avenue, over a drug store kept
by Goll & Henkel. There are two boys
named Julius, aged ten years, aud Curtis,
aged twelve years, and both atteud a re
ligious brotherhood school ou Twelfth
street. They were reprimanded very
sharply last Friday, and their tutoi
threatened to send word about the
trouble to their mother. This
preyed upon their minds, and they have
been remaining 'away from school lately.
Wednesday morning some playmates told
the little fellows that they would tell
their mother how the boys were playiug
"hookev." This alarmed them, as they
declared that their mother would severe
ly whip them. That afternoon, while the
parents were absent from Inline, they
w ent to the bureau and stole some money,
with which they purchased twenty cents'
of rat poisou. This polkou was sold to
them by a druggist at the cor
ner of I. ootids and Twelfth streets,
They carefully dressed them
selves at home and, bidding the old
family dog good-by, and closing all the
doors to the vacated house, swallowed
the polon. The eldest was obliged to
take a music lesson at a certain hour,
and never thinking of disobeying he
started with the wore little violin ou
the cars for his teacher, but was taken
111 aboard the car and became so vio
lently !V.-k that the car was stopped and
he was conveyed to a drug-store, where
a phvsician soon surmised that he had
takeu poison. He was induced to tell
all about it, and by the aid of prompt
measures his life was saved. Word
was sent home, and physicians called
for the brother, and the Uvea of both
Leisure for Repentance.
Sr. Lot is, Mo., April 19. Emile
Muhleisen, a brewer employed at W. J.
Letup's brewery, some eight months ago
Is alleged to have had criminal relations
with a young German girl ou a promise
of marriage. He withstood her entrea
ties to fultlll his promise day after day,
and it was only yesterday that he con
sented to obtain a marriage license. The
arraugemeuts had all been made for
the pair to be united to-day, but Muhlei
sou, relenting, decided to llee from his
prospective bride. This morning he sent
a friend to the depot to ascertain w hen
the Omaha train would leave, and it is
not kuown whether he has left the city
or not. The young woman was on the
platform all niorniug scrutinizing the
countenances ol every man whom she
thought resembled him, but iu vain.
Too Much Minnehaha.
Booto.v, Mass., April 19. Dispatches
from various points on the Merrimack
show the river still rising aud fears of
great damage are entertained if the rain
H.unKor.f' Conn., April 19. The Con
necticut is still rising aud tue thxid is up
to Commerce street.
Bangok, Mk., April 19. The l'enoh-
scott is still rising. The railroad bridge
at Orofio will be saved.
Ellswoktii, Mk., April 19. A portion
of Horsthorn i. Kills' dam gave way last
night, and two hundred thousand feet of
luinler weut through, which fetched up
In the booms and against the bridges be
low. Much anxiety Is felt.
All Former Report to the Contrary
Topkka, Kas., April 19. It Is stated
now that the disease among the cattle
near Neosho Falls in this State Is the ver
itable foot aud month disease, but it cau
be truthfully stated It is not only not
spreading, but is thoroughly quarantined
and practically stamped out. Dr. Law s of
Cornell University, perhaps the most emi
nent veterinarian of this country, to
gether with Dr. Holcoinb, State Veteri
narian, and members of the State Sani
tary Commission are now making a thor
ough Investigation of the matter, but
whatever their report may be no fear is
apprehended that the disease will spread,
as it has been clearly shown not to be
contagious, aud all the cattle affected are
completely quarantined. Examinations
by competent authority In the vicinity of
Clay Center show that the disease there
is only common black rot.
The Frank James Trial.
HiNTsviLLK, Ala., April 19. Dick
Liddll testitled in the James trial thut
he went to Tennessee with the James
gang In ISM. Ou the Gth of March,
1-881, after Cuinmlngs had mysteriously
disappeared the baud scattered, Frank,
Jesse aud Kyau going south from
Nashville, where they had been making
their headquarters since 1 877, saying
that they would pick out a place
to rob a traiu. He said Frank
told hi in that he (Frank), Jesse and liyan
committed the Mussel Shoals robbery.
Witness described Frank's beard at the
time of the robbery as being of a light
color and six inches long, while the other
witnesses say it was dark and four inches
long. Llddil was severely cross-examined
regarding his own crimes, and his
testimony has mane a win impreswoii on
tho jury. The prosecution closed. It Is
believed they have made a very weak case
Come Back to Compromise.
PiTTsiiiRoii, Pa., April 19. U. 11.
Turner, the defaulting Ticket Ageut of
the Pau-IIandlo 4 Cleveland & Pitts
burgh IUIIroads, at Mlugo Junction, ().,
has returned from Canada, where he
ftedavith some $10,000 belonging to the
Pennsylvania Company. He comes back
of his own free will, and Intends effect
lug a compromise with the railroad
olllclals by returning the bonds.
Change of Position.
PinsniKGii, Pa., April 19. It has
just been announced that Benjamin
Lloyd has retired from the position of
Manager of the Western Union Tele
irnnh Company's ofllcn In this dtv. and
accepted the position of General Manager
of the Baltimore & UMo Tciegrapu uirm
wvst ol the Ohio Kiver.
THE GREAT GERMAN
Ki-lievtM unit cured
u (. in:,
Soreneit, Cull, Bruiitt,
in ion. srti.ns,
And ull ot)n-r licutily miir-i
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Hnli! I.y ull Iinik'itists uint
ln-iiliT-.. iiraitiii9 I" II
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
lfcic.M.n t A Vi.tl.U( 1 1 u )
llallliuorr, Mil., I .S. A.
0 . .,-!!
1. MU 1
I I iWIIIHIllllllUW 1
Rick rtfO'tn'rie and relievo all tho trnul.Vii Inet.
dint t'j a lnli.ius Hatnnf tlic h v it in. pik t m lnz
rinenn, Xau-a, lrowin, i!tnnsaftrent:i:i(,
l'nin ia the Kirtf, Ac. Wlnln tli-'ir mutt ruumk
ablu 1UCCV6S tsi bivn shown Iu cur::;
TTi-ftrlnrhfjct Cartrr'cLittk-Mvcr Pill s arc iri ally
v olualilo iu Cuiii-np ition, curing and trtv -ntiii j
th. miuoying cutnpiu. lit, v line tin y ii'm corri i t
all diMirdi-rs of t'm srouim Ii, et!imi!atir the liv-r
aud Kguiu'.c the luwi !. Eun it tli- j only cur id
Arhn thr 7 vnnld bi-:'.lmMt prici-lfM to thAo v ho
fall- r Ir. "in tins il.strt-.i.ii,' luliipla i.t; but fuitu-
r.ateiy t:it::ri.,i,Hii'(-.,.-HiiM'B nnMiia if rr,nTiu inu-j
wh.)once try tlicni will flntl these littiei.:ilvn!t.
M In cr many ways thai th-y u'!l net le willji
to Ujw.il.uut ikim. liut btwr all t.ck had
In t rtelmne of tr many l:v that her'- i whcr vo
inulte our r.'i.it Lwut, Our iiid turn It while
CurtiT'a L::tlo L'-'T nm vrrypma:! ana
vrytvyto t;iU-. t't,.Tr two ii.n tiiaki-adi.ee.
He y are nr.ctly v-..-- tntile hi.-l tio C"t pr.;.- or
jmr;.'", but by tie r $ i 'ie bvdkti !i a-e all win
t-othi-m. In v '.iNhi .ei.!; live for (I. fcuU
by Ciu-itbtvi-rywliuc, or tcut by u.a.1.
CAKTEK MEDICINE 10 . New Yoi L
Tin: m: st ruin a nsoirx
Washing and Bleaching
In Hard or Nofl, Hot or Old Water.
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lu:ml', nun or pii-r, htvu'l Le witiw.it it.
Klt bv ali r,r..T4. liLW Mtr. i f imit-itii-mi
veil ilemrni-'i t. iii'sif'H'l. I'l.Vltl lNK ii Uie
OM.Y s. KL liil -r vinu c-- :. ; uu I, hu4 iu
fctii U-arx the above .vuil'l. huU u.u:to of
OAUI'-S 1'VI.K, t,W 1UKU.
from these aoua-ea an- three lourflis of
the uldea.-41-a of tnu human nice, 'ilieso
symptom iinlnmio tiiuiresictciief : !. ol
Appetite, JIotvtN toativr, hick HeotN
ache, fullnem after cntiiiK, avrmloii to
lartioii of boily or niiii.l, J!i iietulloii
of food, Irritubiltly of temper, Low
;lrlt, A f eeling f Imvinj; i,eKl, eted
nine tint-, Mitintu, l imit-, hit- at the
lieurt, ota hifiimthf rym. Iiiclily col
O' ed I rliie, tOXS HIM I Jo.V, u,ul ilo
manrt the use of a remeily jmt m-ts ilin-etly
tin tho I.ivor. AsnLlvur meilieine TCTT'S
1'II.L.S ha vi no .-inul. '1 hi-irui-tUm on tho
hi'lueys uml skin isnNo ii-riiiipt; ruiiiovliiif
all iinpmiti(4 through these tlneo ai-av-nii;er
of the aj attm," prrxlui-inK appe
tite.atmiij dii,'(sr(in, renlnr utooN, n clear
skin ami a rigorous IkhIv. 'fl'TT'S I'll. I.S
cause no nausea or.iri-ipini; "r iuleriere
with dnllv woi-lc nnil me u perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
Iin TEEf.N LIKE A IVIAV ,UA,
"1 hnvo hail Iiysiii-psiii, with Constlpa
tion.two yeuifj, nml lmvc tiicil ten dilleu-nt
k 1 in Is of UU, unil TI'TT'S are tho llrst
that have iloue me uny goixl. They have
(luani'U mo out nicely, lily nppcttto W
t-ploiiillil, food illgcHld 'tcnilily, ami 1 now
lirtvu uubuini iriivimi-s, j Jjei uivO U IH'W
v . u. t.m Alius. I'u lnvrii. ().
TUTT8 HAIR BY
OltAT il.VIIt Oil IIISKIIH cliangcil 111
utiiiitly ton liinsv Ituvi.'K l y a Hinglo up.
plication of thin Inii, hm hy Druggist .
or sent liy xpi ess on rc i-lpt of 81.
Otlk-i.'.-il .Miu r-iy ,' treei, New York
tutt'S manual c;uufil v.izum mr.
IN THE WOULD.
A pnirrrlul prrparatliin
10 ni nre n I rat eil I luil a lew
drop aiiln-il lo the uflf
face will penetrate to the
erv liiiiie.iinil ulino't I s
61 A.N TLI KtLltVB t'AIM,
HAS KOEi'JAl.or CCSEet
Sore Thront, Pains
in Llmhs. Stom
nch or Bowels,
Or In n ii v rarl oi Svlom
Will not miii. ri.oiniMi
inn ilineoloi the ok III H
11 in Hern In (iinlaiil una
hv I'limu un ami other
lui 3i vean Price 600
ritnaieii only cy
A0OB 8. MEPOCL1. Louis. Mo.
VOB BALK B ALL LBtlOOtSTS AWD
tAi.XAS IN MECJC1NE9,
h, Dlllliill... W
Kcaili-r, yntir name printed it i ln-ulam, hIkiw
i'iuiIi", wimil nielli, fii-.,io i'u uli inliynu ii.riniiiit'lit
l.vti lliiiL' our SAl iriV I AMI' III ItNtlt; It's
li ni; lii i-ih-il ; llin till Iuim)h; iiii larnu llijlil ! ha
r-i kul cone relh'C'iir; Itwi r p'lta It nut; uulilnw
inn or exiiloniima or ti:ininu' iIumii wlrkj piit it-
If etlt ll npBel; can llll it Willi -til renmvluit hum
i r or i hliniu y ; no wmriin; nut u rewii or vullarn;
It lnt ten years. Si-1 at niclit; cxcluwiv j li-rrl-rilorv
kiviiii; Hiitrp:e, pnlaid, !) c For illini
trateil cirtularH, leininionia'ii. tt-'enm1 renortH.
teriun, uti, Hililrexa THK I I It IN I X Ml'li. I'u.. W
Vi-dianlc Ht., Newark, N.J. I'learo inulitliin
In iinrii.lin'u i ur el-L'aiit hll.Ks.
SAI INS unit i:i. KTi no H,-rni
pi Ktpalil .'m beaiitiliil pP-ceii, lirk'lit
cuiori.. ull (liih-reii!, ami mcli run
tain iiu' tl npiari; Iin hen fur l mi.
l' r Til el-. icah or hthihiiui Vi
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: niwur h fur $1 s i. ( .., , fr ,,. ,..?,,ih ami
ta ?!i" a lu i Kniti-oiiliry hilk, naclt-
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1:, H i! lr ti y x.j !Tr.-r. I iiih ix'ir jirnt I' II.
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i-r vo n ii t i'.j -. ii ainl 'i,ihi il.iintratl. in,
' -ro u - ii. aim -.'I -nlliiie-i. lar.'n riavu, .ii;
ti 'I lion. l" in -pet mi n pu'i n free, ,'n -,
ii. inn- I hi lire Hoiih -ilen ri i-li ve i a'a!'iL'iie
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lii ,iv rrii-utur-- Decline In Man, Krror of
e'i'h. ami ni.t-iiil :ni.-rie- ri-'nitii.t- I mm ti.il!
i r- on or excen-es A (:ook for i-verv man. vounk-,
ni le-mji-i! r:.l iiM. It ton'aiii li'- prei-i -ription
t r nil ni u'.e ai,o ct.ri-i.'.r doru-ei-, each on ol
i i 1 t nia!ualitB. so IuhLiI t.y tie; Author,
.i!;o-i- uxperieiice f.ir il )ear : mn.'h an probably
in ver before felt to the hi! of any ihric!au. .!
I'u.-e', mi r: 'i ii tM-aiitilul Fr tn-fc mi:s:tn, i-Rihix--i
J i ovi rii. t li flit, nnarni.teiil to be a finer .r
ii ev. ry f- i.-e im-i haiui't , liti-rnry iiui T'ife
- "i.'il tl.an m.v utt.er work nold In tM cuiuitry
fi-r ; Ml. or tl e inoiiey will he refunded In every
lirtiife 1'rl e oily Jl.Oi hv mill, pout I aid.
1 ;n-tri-.t.iv, ioii:i le ii rentfi. -end tow. Uold
in---i .1 a trdi d the author hv the Natto- al Medltal
A- i latioii, to the a.rt 1 1 which be r- fern.
'I hi-hoo f le'iild lie mtd l-y thu voting lor In--t
ui-iloii, and hy tho alllictnl for relict It wnl
l ei ci. t ail. London Lar-i et.
Then' is no iii'-in'n-r ol ninety to whom this
hui. k will not he iiKeful. whetlier youth, parent
.-ua.-d an, iiii-trurt. r or li ra man Ar.'oiiaut.
Ai'.d.eK" the IVutvidy Mediia. Inntiti.u-. or Kr
W II I'arker, No. I llu'tii.cri st-eet. li 'Hon.
Mil"1., who niav he C"r.uited on alt tllsea.-i re-
H'lfiiik- nktil anil exiieni-ie e ( h'onic ami oli-tt
nut- il'.ea-es that have Imfl'.cil
-SiK ol ail o-tn-r tiliy!cian- a
ci .:iv. Mich treated
on Tl I X'C I.' I 1
e--P.iiU without arilnm- llll Olwli
ani-eel failure -Mention this paper.
Cituscs no ram.
Gives Uelief at
cure. Not a Li
quid or JSnuiT. Ap
liiinl with fiiiirer. (mvp it a Trial-
5c lit-, at drujista. o cents hy mail rtrijis ter
ed. Si i d fur circular.
KI.V HliOTUr.KS, Drtiiru'i xt n. Owego.N.V.
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IIKSIiY K. TAYLOR, Master.
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ed! at ii a m , and M mud t'ltv at 1 p. ni. lii-tun.-lut!.
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