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Or somebody or othe bar=t; tt a F.
to,3e ad Gant;
Y wl 6 tke silde
But thi pleasur. isdenid
roo ZIl=kt t oa'asyh *.
adaret heeldy desi
< -a*ure yan that,I 'd4,)
1 ou ;-01underetand me olt*riy,
bMby:kiib is not for 'your -
rayeur kEeitg I may'leave it,i
LA. Snotheris...not your own -
So I beg you'll'not reelve.it
As.&,' but laCi'e. 4
rou.bava silken yellow.tresses,
.,ey es ro,blaok pt
AjeyR pe ' e )kr btig tepee;
But I covet from anothG
Wh4 o1ho cannot grpt;
sister, cousin, a qt,
A6 O W t lt' White ' one=
'gereo ubi*v w betweena the
dent aud8enator Bosa-The Sen'
411~$9tri e$'to lea' th'e Btoniye
:$nttor Roasi of Kansas, one of the
gallant seven. whho -voted against .IM,
peacliieht,- bearded 'the, f'rfsidential
lion. in~ 11s den this morning. ' T1e re.
pork,is t Qeet Jt4 9 theg Whito
p1 R a L qrpf a p ponm"
fofli 1l= State a4 phar a t
the President intended tq Ealo certain
noiMtl''tioill"iticbmpatible with the slate
he (Ross) had made 'out for h.imself.
RosstlikA' other senators, is human, and
has Isoil not above yearning for the
lol eO ttid' fiahes. His soul felt sad at
wa i ),d learied copctsrning the de
signs, qtresident,Qrant, "and, to give
hi aonl omfort, he wetided his way to
the Whire House. He was- 'admitted
at the eatne "time as old Zach Chaidler,
bgt ha4 tihe Brat chan'co to speak his
little piece to the President.
"I come, Mr. President3 to talk with
you ab'dt' the appoint.nents' foe my
Stati; laving heard that you intend to
malkalt ain; n6min4tiol}s that ynay not
hdbinish 'With .ny deeireee, if' 'yu
deem it worth'dile tocheult them in
'o.. which Grant- laconically and
interrogatively responded "Well, air."
This Presidential respotnse was not in
the true 'nanner to be relished by tile
K*nsae.Wi*tor, "Ai I to\anderstand
thai I am rightly inforiped as ' t your
stated+intentions to disregard my prefer.
enoes in the matter -of appointments
Mr. Pivpi,lent ?" inquired the Sena
"Tha! ie'a question hardly suscepti-,
ble of an answer, sir. To what appoint
meq'40 ydpu allpe? "I'for4 Me, and
then I can reply," rejoined drant.
Senator Ross liked 'the second answer
as little as the first, but having come
for enhightenment, he was determined
not $ Qaway in afug.. Thl Senattor,
't, V siipreua i rag , exp lan"'
ed the appoiutapeats to which he behd.
"Fragklyy eir," said Urant, "I intend
not to' 'ake those nppoihtments."
"What, sir l You scorn to aocommo
date .me in the least,!! exclaimed Ross,
" r h ejive I llave given ypu, my
am1t, :flrdhly_ but aternly :replied
"' etidi 'n fairly, Mr.
President, nor as one-gentleman should
9E l, noitntonto~ be dictated to
sir," saidlirant saarply,
"Not inteO 1"to be idiiult i eVen by
you, sir, wvete'.'o twenty 'times the
Presiden3," e ai aiedosq. wMh his ire
stirred up to white heat.
-"I-must-decline'-to be annoyed any
heinterfsW sihould terminate."'t
"Yd Yf)if deuives rday 'go t
hell I" roared'out Rosa.
room, or I shalli lorce you out I" thun
in a terrible.rage, iquiwpg ythe W ito
Hou~ as se one r ashing trQr Lh t
brow with his pocket henkerchief, aerni
dently very muclh agitated. Old Zech.
Chandier-approaohed and- was thus-ad.
.9Sh js,h s cogun~ whiph I ba
leu'rned, and which I give substantialhy
as it m9. ea t1~v h -for
A NKGnO SLAYRInoLo. n tic.
case of B. IP'. 4Jelibert- -It triumph in
oYe? All'opponente for'ehe o0m ob-se
e6gebuto the first district i M9' t
t ' ergetio efforts of' OG l3uler.
j.~aversaries were baed .1y the
whol piower and influesoe of the. con
grossiebel delegatign fa'omtha i. Statte j
mi%db t66W J'ubei'IA klid. .jou.
bert, if a coore , r. or 6f AVfistwi
l)Ja'dg.,Jis non' of"tbe signs thereof. 3I
is'. rnatve of this city, ,sthe -owrier of
vsledb real estate, and -not'utsth the
1 E4V and its coseh did lie
, ~s7gnize the equalt.' men
w ityistmneion of 'raor, .or
oo'adition. BohJuet and
have been owners 4 lav
es more si t' I
tory nohieve by gr, is eact ta
sed'ha arm durm othE-4atw war,
f e.~Ne, Or4ans . "A
ijnarble slab tIi9Al'tti
tida Ioved obo stpt *a sol.
.st * g rb a n e t .a ' l h
pongress AdJoutn -The ettin 31]
Si8ned by the dent-4al n
Houses ourned: at 12 ordi
ine die t tii'
T itiq1 i bl
MTh hat no bous bill I
The. restdlent bus'gned tbi fo
In eleetid_ iiVist ii Texath and Mis
siippi ; T the = 3 dmen)$ lao,th1
ft FL n MO,Wg BILL. '
Th1f WllIwtg iniw full tizt of
electtd b i aq. it ;*4finallyEplssedy
Biit enacthd, c:rq!'hat the l
dent of the Uaited Btates, at ;such "ti1y
as helmay'deetb best for the publio in
terest, bity sut%mit 'the constitUtidt
which was frmed by, the ConventiQt
which ments in-Richmoud, Va., on 've0
day tbie bd day of"December, 18670 $t
the registered,boters of said State re t
tered't the date of said stbMissiob fd
Iatifloatib1i of rejedioi; and may als
qubmit to's se r"t ote such provi.s
Ions of esit constijitIo as'he may dlen
beet, suc Zvote to bejken either t
each of id prov jlj 1*alop Or in
neetion with the o hportiotj of t
cotsticution, as E osit tlhay di,
rect. . i
Ste. 2. That at the bathe lectiot
the voters of said State may vo4& foi
And elect members of the General ''A
sembly of said State and all the of
of said State povided for by. the <
constitution, anid members of Congres
and tho'ofileer. commanding t ie Di$t jel
of Vi'ginia shli cause the lists of ft t
tered voters o ajd State to Pio revised
enlarged and rovtected "prior to
eleotioni accordirig to law, aur4 for ARi
purpose may ifpoint such rogiatrirs aSi
he may deem becessary ; and said eleo
tion shall be 1ield and returns thdreo
made ii the manner provided.by act,6Y9;
Congress 6o1nmotly called the r(Oon.
SRO 8. ,'hat=thet President of,-ohe
United StAtes may in like man'ner 44b
mit the copstitutin of 'T'exas'to the .vo't
era said State at snch time and in itbt
fianner.as lie may direct, either the eh
tire constitution or 'separate lroviiei&
of the same, as ptovided in tho firat. d6o
tion of this act, to a sepatate .ote;V'fi
at the saine election thb ters ay
vote for and elect the nemb'ers o
Legislature and all- the Stite o A 4
provided for in said constitltion, Q
members of Congress:. Protfded,
that no Alection shall be"; held in ,
State of Texas for any purpose untit
President so directs.
SRo. 4. That the President of the
United .tates may in like manner sub
mit the. doittitinton'of Mibsiisippt 'to the
voters of said State at such time and tr
euch manner as he ania direct, either the
entire constitution or fteparate provisient
Of thd'ai*; as providdd ithO'firstsec
lion of this act, to.a separate vote;,anr
at the same election the voters may vote
for and elect the members of the. Legia
lature and all the State officers provid-.
ed for in said consyitution, and"niemberi
SRC. 6. That if either of said consti.
tutions shall be ratiOed at such elections,
the Legislature of the State so ratifyin,
elected as provided- for in this act, shall
assemble at the capitols of said Statet
on the fourth Tuesday after the official
pronjulgation of such ratification by then
iitary offieer commanding in' said
S8xo. 8. Thast before the States 01
Virginia, Missiesippi and Texas, shall bn
dmitted to representation in . Congresi
their several legislatures, which may ben
hereafter lkitlly orttiised, shall ratify
the fifteenth article which has been pro
posed as.ans anmendment to the Consti
tution of the United States.
Sto. 71. That the proceedings in any
of said State's ithall noit be lleemed fial,
or operate as at comelete re.toratior
therepf, untjltheir action respectively
shall be approved by Congress.
SnIOOItING CiTAstaRnsU AT SKA.
The Londop;Y os~ fthi th ult,, ham
*The Waterford any's steamei
jeda, Capta Q'Y0 I 'jilqeft Opor
to on the h<;qargo o
fruit and I6t pt intc
P'lymouth~ cl 'o Thura
day nigh "' rre, or
Saturday inst '&dnt P. Mi.
qhe 1 o 11 'oA foj'boo distancn
a four-masted screwt st'eamer, wichap
euared'to' be in a gtest distr.a . The
w'eO*il Ash~ety 4e 'st .and -htidsh)
e ~tt , W$in' ftn~M V,*'e L'edl
*erqdrup :jn t ap4jt asd.3t4 a
niember of the. crew B1oating about en
decavoring to save .themselves,. Twt
quartj sta (9e b~arge of the Whib
of?re ; ) it' once lowered
and ac deomee tn rescuing Svei sen
three were pigd(eg byihe 'hip. 0
those saved thiree were on th'e betom o
one life.bdutnd (hree on the bdttoat o
hesteamer went down. There was na
time to lower t IYAthe ordinar
mode. The ot 6were foat
ing on spar/ ''a d'6"fe man
was found hi gl)i hishea'
undegwat*. 'W. ere i
er w 'e by
ed by .pearm
bluhehena enius lebe the' tal
~ ~4&ref ,
sto hndie haW 4a
The steamer Richmond, whioh paese<
from Now Orleans yesterday, learn
at Grand Gulf the particulars of on,
of those tragedles of pase'on that appea
np6v likdWdih)W6e thin reslity. In the
untry some distance from Grand Gul
eside two respectable families, those o
ushing and Andrews. Miss Andrewi
wefov. y e fi verlf acl-s
conspliahed, and !f.ureutIal Jarlsematin j
manners. Mr. nahwke sbn, a vomI
of twenty, had been attached to her fron
theix early childhood, sid as lie greu
older his affoction become an ardent
absorbing passion... A s)ort time age
he made a formal otter of his hand,
when, to his intense disappointment ani
mbrtiflcition, his ofn-r v as firmly, thongl
cotprt4ously.. refused. He brnojrd ovei
his ill--ewarded passnn, and became i
prey to jealousy, and1 at length left the
neighborhood, vowing madly that he
would ppie:bek ndi tak@,hise %evenge
On stnday last he retgrned., and ridin
up to Mr. Andre'wshouse, he begged t<
se* Mi'e Andnrews at tLe door, w 1hou1
glghting. ' hpg cni, out, .,hen he
duddenly pidued a pistor, fired, shoot
ing he through the b'odys and she fel
on hit raco and died without a struggle
''he infatuated murderer rode franucal
ly aya bu Miss Andree': brother
breathingi towarus thd murderer o
his sister, sprang on a horse and follow
ed. He came up with>Oiinhing as the
latt -r wasecro itg-a.etek,pnd fired at
him. Oubhid jahped -from' hr. horse
and tpok shelter is the I nuh. Andrews
not'to e4t tds idvantige, did the
same. A parley .n.aed, and the twc
young men agreed to fight according tc
the code-.-to leave the cover, fire, ad
vance and fire. and again advance, fir.
ing uantil onq of. them should fall. Al
the irst, fire; Cushing reteived a mortal
wound in the left shoulder, but the met
.oritmued'to near each other and fire
until thii r 4v0Yrs were empty. Wher
Assigtance airived, Cushing lay dead
with four bullets in his body. Andrew,
r'ecer thre shots rn bis breast. -Ht
was. le to tblt h4wth'e Rht had tak 'r
place, when lie also expired.
[ "MEnphiad'AIatnche, 8th.
Rtnetsroutyos, t7 CURneNe.
Congress has been off and on, during
the: whole,winter end !spring, upon- e
"make-believe" bill for a rediatributiot
of tW4natien6l *i;ttency. tid* nionopolix
eld. in a gregt dearee, by a few grea
eities. Elven on 't'nesday it was undei
eonideration by the committee of the
House. It won't pas ; and it was nev.
er intended that it should It has beea
fondled a little to please the representa.
tives of communities who had not theil
ahare of the national paper. But the
wealth of the country is against it, and
t im t die ' The great partisan strate
gy of these days is to hold the word ;
promise to the ear and break it to the
EOtEMRUN? IN ^rit Gor.n Room..-A
the exoitement in the gold room in
New 'ork, on Saturday the 10th of
April, seems to ha.ve -been occasioned
by the efforts of a bull clique to lock up
gold in opposation-to the operations of
prominent bears. The difme-ty about
the payment of ce,ruific gold checks by
the Iji' Yof&rik#. ageuns t,t haye
beeU nm the fact that holders presented
them yesterday, itnstead of hoiding them
as is custbs q9.htj.th Ma l)$ness
morning) tI'tal emOb t of ck
ao prpsnte~ was $1,300,000. Onuemil
lion d, w hen further yymepi
was ~t~~ for want of gold. A i
chta~ oks gqw oyr rranpd w,iti ou~
SENAToR SPnA(dUR'5. JINtifts'P 1AT.
T?.E FOnM3D ROT iSs AMMUNITION AO1
UP.--In the United' States Senate ot
Wednesday las~ Siao Spraguo from
Rhde ~Island. idf
1 promised myself yesterday. Mr.
re q t. h ahJ oa 1 beda g t a in tiul
ideration of an important subject. My
d&Ud6'bi Mn'seetd,.my wings are
qth wely pqvred, m~y infantry is in lint
erbattle, my artieryv has beeTn assigned
Lol ositlsti,buttf shills, danister ghM
Igrams are behind,- in consegutenoe of the
unfavorable state of the roads.' I shall
~eready' t o,'ow t gow to. -'battle
Laughe~re ip whiehi ir. Sprague jo.in
Some aspaptinent was oreated inth
)next." Mr. Fesaeuetskid, "That will
be n0t yda' and tl*cletk was caesl
Son to read It again, when Mr. Drako re
markt,,"~WAy, (if ,coures *thqW me
1870, :., Tnse triossge was then seint mn
fortaally bato the-Preuidetuty that h
re ial&e it the 19Vh Ap,ril ist,.
Io SqueG.- N.' 8, Apre
1#..4Detio the ' 'ton of Doway
rope broke twice. 'ih hird time,
assn a e rig1end i
f9Ahog ss uoupeenre.h Tb borrnb
scent was witaessed b aIbt &sa thou
0 go srwan~I
- othera AttractIons,
We 'ae doeivod the following
letter from: a gentleman in Virginia,
relative to our views on the question
of Sottherh' interests. We have
long been assured (and years before
the way advoeated our opinions in the
South as we had opportunity) that the
true interests of the South, in all
possible relations required the addi
tion of a large, intelligent population,
practical in the various skilled indus
tries, which would appropriate and
develop the great resources of that
section of the Union, and bring all the
forces of an advanced, industrial life
to their aid. The soil and climate,
and the rich mineral wealth of the
Suutherp States, are worthy the at.
teution of all and offer attractions to
capital and labor of the most inviting
kind. While hundreds of thousands
of laborers -i' t the point of destitu
tion in the f . the South opens its
broad area to give cheap, free, profita
ble homes, whore wealth and inde
peodondence may be secured on small
The results of the war, in removing
the paod barrier to this addition to
the population of the South by sub
stituting the energies of free labor
for the old system, osanot be measur
ed. Whatever may have been the
old jealousies and antagonisms, the
underlying cause is removed. The
institutions of the country are now
homogeneous, and our correspondence
from the South assures us of the most
cordial and generous spirit toward all
who come as friends to identify them.
selves with the growing future of the
The movements now being made to
place these facts before the people,
we shall chronicle as an important
item of public information. We have
valuable papers to publish, which we
shall soon lay before our readers.
Our correspondent says :
"FARMVILLE, VA., Feb. 25th, 1869.
DEA$ SI : While at New York
rec'ntly, a copy of your paper fell
I into my hands, and, as one of the
many Northern men who have remain.
ed in Virginia, I was pleased to see
your views as to immigration, which
I look op as the only means of per.
manently settling the political and
financial difficulties of the South.
"Here on the South aide, we can
offer cheap lands ; climate unsurpass
-ed for healthfulness; abundance of
labor, and easy acess to market. Al
together, this is such a country as
Europeans, and especially Eoglish
and Scotch, like ; and if I can coope
rate with you, I shall be pleased to do
Excursion certificates, entitling the
holder to travel over nearly all the
railroads in Virginia, North Carolina,
South Carolina, Georgia, Florida,
Alabana, Mississippi, Louisiana, to
New Orleas, Tennessee, and Kn
tucky, at two (2) cents per mile, will
be issued to all going thither for the
purpose of examination and investment
In Southern lands, or to actual set
tlers, at one '1) cent per mile, who
take letters of introduction to the
agents and attorneys of the Southern
Land and Settlement Agency, No. 12
Centre street, New York. This cer
tifoate entitles the holder to a reduo
tion of one third from the usual ho
tel rates, in most of the leading hotels
of those States.-SoMdar's Fruad.
A USEFF?L TAnLE.-TO aid farmers
in yrriving at accuracy in estimating
the pmount of land in different fields
under cultivation, the following table
is liven by an agricultural cotempo
Five yards wide by 978 long con
tains 1 acre.
Ten yards wide by 484 yard. long
oopstsiqa 1 acre.
Twenty yards wide by 242 yards
long contain 1 acre.
Forty yards wide by 121 yards long
oontains 1 ace.
Eighty yards wide by 101 yards
Icoig eontains 1 acre.
Seventy.yards wide by 69) yards
long contains I acre.
Two hundred and twenty feet wide
by 198 feet long contain. I acre.
Four hundred and forty feet wide
by 90 feet long contains I acre.
Eleven feet wide by 393 feet long
contains Il aere.
SIxty feet wide by 726 feet long con..
tains I acre.
One hundred and twenty feet wide
by 893 feet long oontains Iacre.
TWe hundre and forty feet wide by
181* feet long oontains 1 acre.
I An IMPRnassIV, INCIDENT.-At the
i funeral -of. a little c hild, a silvery
I haired pastor entered the room.
Heeding not the chair placed for him
* by the small table with the Bible up.
e on It, he walked to the little form,
, gased upon it, and laying his hand on
th6 marbl* forehoa d, . spoke first to
the deadi Dar lataba I safe in the
fojd ; safe in the fold l' Every heart
throbbed, and every eye gave forth
I its tests at this sweetly solemn con
,gratulatlon. The words of comfort
retted In the parents' hearts then and
Sever after, and those presest who had
a ldo mourned, believed and looked
* 'A word fitly spoken bow good-It is!r
L That Ioving sentenee Was the the bet.
ter prelude to Ea and prayer,.aud
athe bheart tunined with oeve to the
book wisence they were taken.
A Iady wl:aie e Inmalee.
Shood, at her mPr4age~ requested the
quire to slag the. iayam fommenolng a
A thojettt,$e ot pleasure do
not leave a et~ worth that of
latahuntam nd lre.hagia a
Kiss Him for his Mother.
It was a very pretty and pious ooi
oelt of that old lady who kissed ti
dead youth for his mother. So fore
bly has it appealed to popular admir,
tion since, that no inconsiderab'
number of live young men have ha
the same affectionate caress bestowe
on them, out of respect for the saw
venerable relative. A striking exan
pie of this was afforded a few ever
.ngs since, by a young lady who er
joys the undivided affections of
handsome down-town clerk. It F
happened that, some weeks ago, b;
mother died. His heart was console
in this great bereavement by the al
feetionate sympathy of his euplo3
er's fascinating dlughter. It is nc
strange that this sympathy at last r:
pened into love. The parents note
and approved their daughters choic
but wiselj kept their own counse
The interesting relations, howevei
were destined to cone to light in
way least expected. One eveninl
the young couple were enjoying
pleasant tete-a-tete in a secluded noo
to the parlor. The old gentlema
happened, by the merest accident, t
step in and take a seat unobserved b
the young people. Suddenly his al
tention was arrested by one of thos
prolonged luxurious kisses which onl
lovers over interchange.
'What noise is that ?' the paren
Silence like death.
'I say, Julia, what nose was that ?'
'What are you doing there l'
'N-o-t-h-i-ng, sir 1'
'Who are you kissing there ?'
'Only---only William, sir ; 'hi
mother's dead, you know-and-an
I thought it wouldn't be wrong to kis
him for her, you know, sir !'
'Humph I' and the old gentlemai
took his leave, doubtless thinking hos
fortunate the deceased lady was, to b,
so affectionately remembered.
SOFT SUGAR G'INGEnBREAD.-Oni
sup of sugar, two of butter, beatel
together ; one cup of sour milk, on
teaspooonful of saleratus or one en
of sweet milk, and two tablespoonsfu
of yeast powder, four eggs, nearl;
four cups of flour ; ginger to taste.
CREAM Pin.--Quarter of a pound o
butter. four eggs, sngar, salt and nut
meg to your taste, and two table
poonsful of arrow root, wet. ; pour o1
it a quart of boiling milk, and stir thi
whole togethor. To be baked in dee
SPONGE CAKE.-TIIreC eggs, oni
)up and a half of white sugar, onecul
Af flour, beaten together , then taki
wo thirds of a teaspoonful of orean
if tartar, and half a teaspoonful soda
iissolved in haf a cup of cold water
then add another cup of flour, and on
oaepoonifl of louon.
IcE CREADM.-Two tablespoonsful o
maizena, one quart of milk, and one o
two eggs. Heat the milk to nea
boiling, and add the maizena, previ
)usly dissolved, in a part of milk
then add the eggs, well beaten, witl
rour tablespoonsful of powdered an
gar, and let boil up once or twice
ttirring it briskly. Flaver accordin.
He Came from New Jersey."
There was an amnusing scene oi
board the Louisville niail boat thi
ather[day. There was the usual con
glomeration of passengers in the cabii
ust before the beat landed, and mad<
the general hubbub of conversation
i man remarked incidentally, 'Now
in New Jersey where I live'
Instantly an old1 man, whoe had sa
mnoodily and silently pondering by th
stove for some time, sprang to hi
feet, and exclaimed:
'Stranger are younrmNo e
scy ?' fo o e
'And iln'to acknowledge it ?'
'Yes, sir, proud on't.'
'Hlurra 1 give us your hand,' oried
the old man, fairly dancing with ex
ultation, 'I'm from New for-soy, tot
but never felt like declaring it afore
Shake I I'm an old main. I've tr~a,
eled long and far. IPve been in ever
city in this here West ; steamboatel
on the Ohio and Mississippi ; boont
Californy over the plains and aroun,
the Horn ; took a v'yage once to Li,
erpool ; but in all my travels, han
me if this ain't thre first time I eve
heer'd a maan acknowled go that hi
kum from New Jersey. Boys,' turn
log to the whole assembly, augmente
by railroad runners, hackmea, boot
bl aks, newsboys and apple girls t
the boat had landed, 'lets alal taice
drink to New Jersey, the land of Fri
linhyson, Old Hyson and -Young HIj
son), Commodore Stockton aud Da
A GOOD ONE.-Pat was helping Mi
Blank to got a safe into his office, an
not being acquainted with thre artiel
asked what It was for.
"To prevent papers and other arti
eles which are p laced in It fromt boin
burnt In case of fire,'' said Mr. B.
"An shure, will nothin' iv'er bur
that is put in that thing 1'
"Well, then, your honor, ye'd bei
ter be after getting into that satt
thing when ye die."
-Mr. Blank aw Ilted."
A machinist in Norwich fully bpliev<
that he hras discovered perpetual motioi
He ha. Invented a rmnohine, irhic
beitig start,ed by a . certatin amont
water, trees it oter and over again
keep it in motion. tie proposes to aj
ply for a patent.
There are full haltf a dozen womo
in Blostonrho ride the veboeipedo pul
ol $n: ther streets. -They displa
q aIt uumb. '.ill i, and noregree
tan the snan. - , .~~.e:
. To ins WORKING CLASS :-I am now pr(
pared to furnish all classes with constar
d employment at their homes, Ihe whole,
d the time, or for the spare moments. Bus
d ness new, light and-profitablo. Fifty cent
e to $G per;evening, is easily earned by pei
- sons of either sex, and the boys and girl
earn nearly as much as men. Great inilucc
ments are offered those who will devot
their whole time to the business ; and, the
a every person who sees this notice, may sen
o me their address and tost the business fo
y themselves, I make the following unparal
d eled offer: To all who are not well satis
fled with the business, I will send $1 t
pay for the trouble of writing me. Ful
particulars, directi us, &o., sunt free.
t Sample sent by mail for 10 ets. Addres
G. C. ALI.RN, Augusta, Mo. epl 7-4w
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This work abounds In thrilling sketch
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a incidents, rich repartees and choice speoi
mens of the purest literature. Pleases al
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York. Letter Box 5196. apI 7.
Lock HAvFN, PA.
MBEssns. L.rPINOTT & IIAKEwEI.L, Pits
3 burgh, Pa.
Gents :-We have been using yofir maki
a of Uang Saws in our Mill, amid find t'hOm, i
p point of quality, superior to any w havi
I ever used. Yours, &o.,
S11.IW, ihLANCIARD. CO.
f LIPPco-r & BAKFIwaI.t.:-Wo have mt
r trouble with your Saws; they don't need I<
r be lined up with paper; wo put them on th
Mandrel and they go right along.
Temper perfectly uniform and quality un
CHAS. J. FOX.
LIPPINCOTT & 3AKEWELL,
Mnnnfrnetturers of Circular, Mulay, Mil
Gang anal Cross-Cut Saws. Chopp.ing A xes
all shapes. Colhurni's Paitent Axe. Shaov
cis. Spades and Miles' Patent Coveret
Scop. . apI 7..,iw
$75 to $200 per month, every where, nmah
andl female, to introdtuce the Genuine Im
proved Commont Sense Famaily Sewitng Ma
elthine. This machine will st irch, hienm, fell
Stuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and ombrol
dIer in a moat. suaperior' m iner. Price onl'
$18 Fully' warrainted for five years. We
will pay $1000 for aany meachiano ta. wvil
sew a stronger., more beaumtifrtil, or morceclas
tic seam titan ours. It miakes the "ElasthI
Lock StIitoh." Ever~y second stitchi can be
-cut, anal still the cloth eamnot be pullo<
apart without tearhtig it. We pay Agenti
from $75 to $200 per month and expenses
or a commissaion from. which twice tha
amount can be mnade. A(dress SECOM1 hi
CO., P'ittsbaurgh, Pa., Bostoni, Mess., or St
.C4vrson.--Oo not be imposed upon b
,other: parti*s. palmrng' p.ff iortlesen clasi
iron elmines, under t.lhe sanme ame o
otherwise Ours is the.-only gen)uit:e an
- really praet ical cheap machtine antufaotur
y ed-. ap 7...w
HE AIJBE RTSON & DOUlGL1ASS RACHIN~
N ieto London, Conn.
S Manuifacturers~ of Steami Engine Boilera
Circular Saw MiliN, Cottoa Gins, Cotto
Gin Materials, and every descripfion
lMill and Plantatioen Macoiniery. 11 ave ha
-thirty years experlonoo in .the Souther
r trade aid can refer to every Cottoni Gf
8 manufacturer at'the Soulh, doing busines
before tho war. Cirouassett aya
dr-ess. la sn oay a
n' $8000$ SA LAltY. Address U.S. Piano Co.
Yew York. *p7
. The Franklin
Ma.cee 8,500 to 8,500 Eleganat Brick per heua
-~TITI! only eight men and two horse:
gVYor 4,000 to 6,000 per hour by stoar
power. Has no complex machinel-y. to b
n getting out-of order or breaking d4wn,
defy t he wom ld to equal it. No pay requir
ed utntil after the - iachmne ahas perforete
as above on th.-yayrd of tho, puarohAeer-.
J,I. imctgog,J1oom~ 25, 71 Broiadway, No,
Sorgo and Southern Cane.
2mHE American Serge Mannal fr18$1
.1 ontains'full direetions ibr oilltithitin
Seat tree, A ddress Gte. L, SQUJ*t 4 Diat
B uffalo, New York, p'w' y1.
H'Rpii Tanite Emory Wheel Cuts fast, dot
?noLgt a, gumi, heo ,or smeU,and
oheap. - 6w elrottlata, add*esl Tda TANt!
Ii Co.,,Strond.s')uig,.a., pi y.
A DM f o t WsellYig Silvers' Pse
$ 0ten Elslfols ortoe Ora
ALESMEN Wanted by a Manufacturing
Co. to.travel anxi sell by sample a :'new
line of goods. Situation permanent; wages
good. H. II. RiCnAnDa & Co., 418 Chesnut
at., Philadelphia, Pa. . adl7
S1 sll the American Knitting Machine.
j Price $25. The simplest, cheapest and
best Knitting Machine ever invented. Will
- knit20,000 stitches per minute. Liberal in
ducements to Agents. Address AMEtI.
e CAN.KNITTING MACIIlNE CO., Boston,
Mass., or St. Louis, Mo.
d . apl7-4w
Early Rose Potato0s,
I ONE 1b, EARLY 11OSE sent . a
by mail. post-paid, $1. 4 O 0 O
lbs. EAIRLY 110S. sent by I
mnil, post-paid, $3 00. Best ,
Spring Wheat In the wnr'cl ; the earliest
and most product ive Corn ; wonderful
yielding Oats-white and liaek-Spring
larley ; rass seel ; Fowls ; flogs ; tho+
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G5O. A. DE1TZ, Chanbelsburg. P.
N. LANCASTER will buy Iowa Lams
- " and Chicago propelty; also Lands and.
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A 8K your Doctor or Druggist for Sweet
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I)URNO'8 Catarrh :iutl' cures Gise.ses of
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- or four for one dollar, by iho proprietor, J.
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