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The memory of StonewallJackson has
received few5 tributes more 'touching in
simplicity and pathoB than the following
beautiful poem, published in the New York
Citizen, of wmcn au. Charles ii. Haipine
is the editor. Mr. Haipine himself is a
poet of rare taste, was an officer in the
United States army during th? late war,
and is well'known to fame as ''Private
Miles O'Reilly." The poem in question, he
says, ia from the pen of a distinguished
^officer of the United StateB Navy.-Peters
ll *burg Express.
". - Ho sleeps all quietly and cold
: beneath the soil that gave him birth,
Then break his battle-brand in twains,..
And lay it with him in the earth!
No more at midnight shall he urge *
His toilsome march among the pines;
Nor hear upon the morciag air .
. The war-shout of his Wfc&rging lines. |
Cold ia the eye whose meteor gleam
- Flashed hope on all within its light;
And still the voice that, trumpet-toned, ,
Bang tbrough the serried ranks of fight.
No more for him shall cannons park,
Or tents gleam white upon the plain;
And where his camp-fires blazed of yore,
Brown reapers: laugh amid the grain!
No more above his narrow bed
Shall sound the tread of marching feet,
The rifle-volley, and the crash
Of sabres when the foemen meet.
And though the winds of autumn rave,
And winter snow? fall thick and deep,
Above his breast-they cannot move
The quiet of Ms dreamless sleep.
?V *R?'Iatf not raise a- marble shaft
Abovet??B" ???art that now is dost;
But nature, like a mother fond,
W?l ne'er forget her sacred trust.
Young April, o'er his lowly- mound,
Shall shake the violets fixn?rber hair;
And glorious Jone, with fervid kiss,
Shall bid the roses blossom there.
And round about the droning bee,
With drowsy hum, shall come and go;
While West winds all the live-long day
Shall murmur dirges soft and low.
The warrior's stormy fate is o'er.
The midnight gloo'm hath passed away;
And like a glory from the East,
Breaks the first light of Freedom's day!
And white-winged Peace, o'er all the land,
Broods like a dove upon her nest;
While iron war with slaughter gorged,
At length hath laid him down to rest.
And where we won our onward way
With fire and steel, through yonder wood
The black-bird whistles, ana the quail
. Gives answer to ber timid brood. \ jj
Yet oft in dreams his fierce brigade
Shall see the"form they followed far,
Still leading in the farthest van
A lanomai& in the cloud? of war!
why.e-h aired ?randsires tell
ugg>=sip??t ?va gone,
; thier kne^a wiiihear
. led his coting on?
j AND. ^?i?P*following de
a gcini husband has been
several papers, and as it
ion to place everything
i paper, particularly
saet? subjects, we
"ieving that it
of a de?
fy honors afford reviving shade";
its spreading branches shelter
melodious songsters of the ver
[daut grove, who, within the hallow
ir?cincts, nurture their callow
unmolested by school-boy
Oh, it is the ?Egean shield, which
casts far and wide its, bright, def en}
, around the tina^^rinking
l earl's pris
of such a
far off goal to which
rite's most ardent; wishes
>on the strong, untiring
oman's faithful never
Cheered by tie smile
?Itless being, the envious
rching heat, the ruthless
ling cold, to her impart
pass unheeded by her
Jed head, liga as the
unregarded & the ze
breath. Supported by
what sorr? w can as
ous care invade her
^PHpser Seene as the
?e of tiie*y2rlasy lake, un
storm's rud? blast, her
lour* speed on pleasure's
jeautifui is such a union!
Tow much more rare than beautiful!
>h, it is a sight that angels might
lelight to fix their lingering gaze
upon, lost in mute rapture and ad?
miring awe! Mutually giving and
receiving strength, the blissful pair
treads life's thorny path on "light,
fantastic toe," gaily tripping on, un
mindfnl of n^ all, of care or woe; hi3
powerful arm each dangerous briar
removes; her delicate fingers present
to his refreshed senses each beaute?
ous flower that sheds its perfume on
their illumined way.
j1 ACTS WpBTH SKMEMBEBINO.-It is
That an offensive war
is five times less ex?
pensive than a defensive one. That
good fences always pay better than
lawsuits with neighbors. That hay
is a great deal cheaper made in the
summer than purchased in the win?
ter./ That more stock cerish from
f *mne than founder. That a horse
wip lays his ears back and looks
li?at.ni.ng when any ons approaches
hf?, is vicious-don't btfer him. That
s/imping the feed of fating hogs is
I waste of grain. Tjat over-fed
ids won't lay eggs. Tftit educating
lildren is money lent at a hundred
/er cent. That one evening spent at
jtome in study is more profitable than
sn <??un ging abou Leonel try taverns.
"THE' x^xPKRiE?rcES ?NT> MISERIES OF
Yon Ph ul was backing oat, Aminidab,
with his bandanna and wardrobe in?
cluded, stepped on the boat; Tand on
reaching the cabin made himself easy,
aa io ail pions appearances, and began
to wear the demwcnor of a patron
saint on a carnal mission. Thus went
the! affair until about mid night, when
tiie boat landed at a cotton pile.
Aminidab sat dosing by the stove,
dreaming, as we suppose, of the many
stories circulated during^ the years of
his boyhood, in his native climes, us
to Southern inhumanity towards the
negro race. Suddenly they began to
rofl the cotton aboard. "Lend **
helping hand there, and fork them
fellers aboard," roared the mate to
his men. Onr dreamy hero caught
the sound. The many bales of cot?
ton being rolled over by different sets
of hands, kept up a continuous
thumping noise as though all below
stairs were engaged in a murderous
fight. "Cut 'im again," exclaimed
the mate every now and then. "Turn
'im over, head 'im on his end; cut 'im
again; keep him away from that doc?
tor; head 'im up; down with 'im; roll
Amover; ont 'im again: get a good
holt on 'im; there, that will do; now,
damn 'im, heave 'im in the hole."
After listening to what he supposed
to be a wholesale murder, and being
horrified by such barbarian exclama
tiorjs, Aminidab thought to escape.
Hising from his chair, he passed out
on the boiler deck, when a pet bear,
chained to a stanchion, clasped him
in his playful embrace, a cunning
trick the bear had been taught. Just
at this moment the mate wanted the
yawl, and ordered the crew to "let go
the painters," at which moment
Aminidab screamed out, "for God'?
sake don't let the painters loose, the
bear has got me now;" and making
an unsuel 'effort, he tore loose from
the bear, jumped from the boiler
deck to .the bank, and was not heard
of until through his recent reports
published up North against the sin
loving barbarous South.
The pet bear referred to belonged
to Captain Ed Ryland, Clerk on the
Henry Yon P-hul, which freqnently
amused himself hagging the passen?
gers and drinking honey and brandy
with the crew.-Memphis Bulletin.
TTM?~"A million of money for
one inch of time," said England's
proud Queen Elizabeth, while filled
with remorse in her dying moments;
but ali the wealth of the world could
not purchase a single hour.
Young woman, are you improving
your golden hours so as to save your?
self from?ain regrets by-and-by,
when the ^atal archer lets fly the
arrow of death and cuts short your
dream of life? You have heart sym?
pathies to cultivate, mind to educate,
powers to make active for good, and
influences. to wield for the right and
the tine. How much of your time is
absorbed by lofty aims and noble
Youngman, can you afford tb -Waste
an hour in idleness and frivolity?
Can you afford to neglect your oppor?
tunities of storing your mind with
[useful information, of making solid
acquirements, and preparing yourself
thoroughly for those high efforts that
[j win success in the great undertakings
of life? You have a great deal to do,
before you attain to your majority; in
order to meet the just expectations of
society. You have to do with a fast
age, to share in operations moving
with lightning speed, and you must
be capable of quick decisions and
brisk movements, for time and tide
will not wait for yon. Every hour
not needed for repose and recreation
should be filled up with benefits to
yourself and others. Act upon thia
hint, and you will bless ns for drop?
ping it. Here is an old saying and a
true one, which you will do well to
fix in your memory? "Who knows
nothing in his thirtit?n year, is no?
thing in his fortieth, has nothing in
his fiftieth, learns nothing, is nothing,
and coTiics to nothing."
What Federal General ought the
Queen of England send to put down
th0 Irish rebellion? General Kil
pedrick, of course.-Rome Cotirier.
The eight hour bill has been de?
feated in the New Jersey Legisla?
Nomination for the Mayoralty.
MANY friends of Dr. EDWAED SILL
hereby respectfully nominate bim for tbe
Mayoralty of thia city, at the election on
the first MONDAY in April next
MKSSRS. EDJXOHS: Major THEODORE
STARK is respectfully nominated asa can?
didate for the office of MAYOR of the city
of Columbia-to bo filled at the ensuing
election in April next-by his
Dec 28_MANY FRIENDS.
The friends of Dr. A. N. TALLEY nomi
nate him ?a a candidate for Mayor at tho
ensuing election in_Aprilnext. Nov 2 *
HEN?LY M. MORRIS,
r^KNERAL COMMISSION MERGHANT,
VX 9i> Pearl street New York. N. B -Wm
S. Hill, (formerh Hill 4 Norfleet,) of Rich?
mond, Va., an'.' Charles D. HUI, of North
Carolina, ara associated \.ith me in the
above bnsineis, and will bo pleased to serve
their Southern friends. References-Gen.
. R. D. Johnston and R. W. Lawson & Co.,
! Charlotte N. C.- John Wilks, President 1st
I National Bank, Charlotte. N. C.
' J^BS. _ t2mr,*
w" W. BOYC2L
(Late of South Carolina )
ATTORNEY AT LAW
WrLL VRACTICE IN THE
Supreme Court and Court of Claims.
Office No. 443 Fourteenth Street
Dec 27 WASHINGTON. ETCftSfemo
At V_ i
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
GEN'L SUPERLNTEND'TS OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, Januars- 28, 1866.
ON and after WEDNESDAY next, the
. ?ist? inst.; ibo ? Pis sin g ?? Ti oin d ^ill
run daily (Sundays excepted) as follows:
Leave Columbia at-. .* 6.00 a. m.
M Alston at.11.00 "
? Newberry at.12.50 p.m.
Arrive at Abbeville at. ?.00 ?? .
" . at Anderson at. 8.10 "
y at Greoov?Wat.?.00 *
Leave Greenville at.. 4.30 a. m.
" Anderson at.5^80 "
" AbbOTffie at..... 7:45 "
" Newberry at..1.10 p.m.
Arrive at Alston at.2.55 ***
" at Colombia at.8.00 "
There will be ?bont seven'miles of stag?
ing still between Freshley's and Alston.
Passengers will' be ftrrnisned with tickets
through, including the road, stage and
ferry. 60 powndlibagadge only allowed .on
stage to one seat. J. B. LASSALLE,
Jan 28 General Superintendent.
Schedule over South Carolina R R.
GENERAL SEPTS OFFICE,
CHARLESTON, January 18,1866.
LEAVE Charleston at.6.00 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia.4.25 p. m.
Leave Col imbia at.6.00 a. m.
Arrive ut Charleston..4.15 p. m.
Jan 18_H. T. PEAKE, Gen. Sup.
South Carolina Railroad Company
GEN. SUPERINTENDENT'S 0I*FICE,
CHARLESTON, January 16, 1866.
ON and after this date, Passenger and
Freight Trains will ron on the Augusta
Branch to Graham's, as follows:
Leave Charleston.6.00 a. m.
Arrivo at Graham's.,1.80 p. m.
Leave Graham's.9.10 a. m.
Arrive at Charleston.4.15 p. m.
Jan 17 H. T. PEAKE. Oon. Sun.
Gen. Sup'ts Office, C. & S. C. R. R.,
COLUMBIA, S. C., FEBRUARY 12,1866.
THIS Road is now completed to Ridge?
way, and Passenger and Freight Trains
running as below:
Leave Charlotte (on arrival of the
North Carolina train) at.10.00 p. m.
Arrive at Ridgeway at. 6.00 "
Leave Ridgeway at. 5.45 a.m.
Arrive at Charlotte at.2.50 p.m.
Feb 14 JAS. ANDERSON, Sup't.
CHARLESTON, S. C,
MTHIS POPULAR and well known
HOTEL has been NEWLY FUR?
NISHED throughout by the present
proprietor, who has been sixteen years
connected with the establishment.
H. WHITE, Proprietor.
GEORGE G. MIXER, Superintendent.
CHARLES A. MILLER, Cashier.
Iron Works !
EAST END OF PINCKNEY ST.,
fffiiE undersigned have this day en
1 tered into copartnership, under the
firm, name and style of
FREEMAN, PliNDT & CO.,
For the purpose of carrying on the
"We are prepared to BUILD BOIL?
ERS, ENGINES and MACHINERY
of every description.
Also, execute CASTINGS in Brass
Our facilities for doing BLACK?
SMITHS' WORK cannot be sur?
Orders respectfully solicited.
AUGUSTUS N. PUNDT,
JOHN N. PUNDT,
RALPH TREMBLY, JR.
March 18 Imo
"AUSTIN, ANDUS~& CO.;
131 Meeting Street, Ciarleston, S. C.,
WHOLESALE Grocers and Commis?
sion Merchant, are receiving fresh
supplies of GROCERIES hv every steamer.
Mr. T. B. GUY is associ?t--1 with this
house, and would be pleased J havo his
old friends and customers call and see him.
SAMUEL J. AUSTIN,
8EYMOUR L. ANDUS,
BENJ. W. CLARKE.
March 16 ?8
PRATT & W;
ML sss mmm ST31 <
OFFER FOR SALE AT NEW *
"S i\f\ OZ. FLOWERS BENZINE, ? oz.
JA JU bottles.
200 lbs. BLUE MASS, 1 lb. pots.
50 lbs Extracts Colocynth, etc.
1,000 lbs. Cream Tartar, 15 lb. cans
200 lbs. Yeast Powders.
50 lbs. Iodide Potass. ;
200 lbs. Tartaric and Citfce Acid*.
FILL ASS0RT1IE? DHCP"
March 2 Bmw\ ' ??L
MAKE YOUR OW!? SOAP !
L ?o." -
By ?sacing and Using your Waste Grease.
. UTJY ONI BOX OF THE
Pennsylvania Salt Manufacturing
0E, CONCENTRATED LYE.
r$ will make 10 pounds of excellent HARD
SOAP, or 25 gallons of the very best
SOFT SOAP, for only about 35 CENTS.
Directions on each box. For sale at all
Drug and Grocery stores, and in lots at
W?t M. EIXIOOTT 4; SONS,
No. 3 Spear's Wharf,
Hubs, Spokes and Felloes.
AFULL supply of HUBS, SPOKES and
FELLOES, suitable for Buggies and
Carriage and Tire Bolts, Axle Clips, Ac.
In-store and for sale cheap for cash by
DIAL A POPE,
Jan 27 Successors to Allen & Dial.
Manufacturers' Supplies !
118 Market Street, Philadelphia,
DEALERS in MACHINERY and SUP?
PLIES pf every description for Cotton
and Woolen Manufactories. Also, Oak
tanned LEATHER BELTING, CARD
CLOTHING, Cotton aud Woolen YARNS,
Warps, Starch, Oils, Dye Stuffs, Ac. Ad?
vances made on consignments of Cotton
and Woolen Yarns. Orders solicited, which
shaU receive prompt attention.
WM. MILLWARD, D'. S. WINEBRENER.
March 7 3mo
C. D. MELTON. SAM'L W. MELTON.
MELTON & MELTON,
Attorneys at Law,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.,
WILL practico in the adjoining Dis?
tricts, and in Union, lork, Chester
and Lancaster. Office on Assembly street,
second door South of the Catholic Church.
Jan 31 3rao
THE CRESCENT CRATED
YEAST OR BAKING POWDER!
THIS excellent composition does not con?
tain a particle of Saueratus, Alum or
any deleterious Drug. It is invaluable to
persons suffering from Dyspepsia, as bread
made with it retains, in undiminished
purity, all the nutritive properties of the
wheat, and is always very grateful to the
stomach and eminently w'holesome.
The time saved by the use of this Pow?
der, together with its absolute certainty to
make sweet and light bread, biscuits, cakes
of any kind, puddings, pie-crusts, dump?
lings, corn bread, etc., render ic a most
economical and desirable article for good
house-keepers. Prepared bv
FISHER & HE?NITSH,
Pharmaceutists and Druggists,
March 13 _ Columbia, S. C.
HAVE made arrangements with Mr. J.
S. PHILLIPS to continue the DRAPER
and TAILORING BUSINESS at their old
stand, 32 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.,
m all its branches, as formerly conducted
by them, and solicit for him, from their
former patrons and friends, the same libe?
ral patronage so generous!v extended to
themselves. EDGERTON ? RICHARDS.
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
Successor to EDGERTON <t RICHARDS.
32 BROAD ST., CHARLESTON, S. C^,
Keeps constantly on hand a full assort?
ment of the best grades of French, Eng?
lish and-American CLOTHS, CASSIMERES
and VESTINGS, which will be sold by the
yard or made to order, in the latest fa?
shions;_Feb 3 3mo
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
PEOPLE'S STlAMSttH? COMPANY.
Leaving each Port every Alternate
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOXJDEU,
CAPT. R. W. LOCKWOOO.
CAPT. C. P. MARSHMAN.
THESE 'STEAMSHIPS, offering every
inducement to SHIPPERS and the
TRAVELING PUBLIC, having superior
accommodations for Passengers, with
tables supplied by every luxury the New
York and Charleston markets can afford;
and, for safety; speed and comfort, are un?
rivalled ?n the coast.
MON E K A ,
CAPTAIN C. P. MARSITS?AN,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC
WHARF, ON THURSDAY, April 5.
I860, at - o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignments
to New York.
For Freight or Passage apply at the
Agents. WILLIS & CHISOLM,
March 29 North Atlantic Wharf.
rORK WHOLESALE PRICES :
10 bbls. Borax, refined.
200 lbs. Camphor, refined.
300 lbs. Calomel.
BO lbs. Sweet Spirits Nitre, 1 lb. bottles.
50 lbs. Chloroform.
200 lbs. Coleman's Mustard, tt lb. CHU?.
20 bbls. Epsom Salts.
20 bbls. Alum.
"MI\ES, 41'.. OS HAND.
Engine, etc., for Sale.
AFIVE-HORSE ENGINE, iu running
order, with pulleys, etc., for ?ale low.
Apply at this office. Dec 21
SPECIAL attention paid to purchase and
salo of PLANTATIONS, FARMS,
DWELLINGS and REAL ESTATE of every
description in South Carolina and the
Southern States. Office-Court House
Square, Columbia, S. C. Feb 8
ASMALL INVOICE o'f GAS FIXTURES,
consisting of one and two light Pen?
dants, one, two and three Swing Brackets,
Reading Lights, new style Shades, Burn?
Orders taken for CHANDELIERS at Phi?
ladelphia prices. W. B. STANLEY.
Watch-maker and Jeweler,
f-j. HAVING removed to John C
ETV Seegers" store, on Main street and
l?ta&engaged competent workmen, is now
prepared to REPAIR WATCHES and JEW?
ELRY, and to manufacture plain GOLD
RINGS and JEWELRY according to order.
New York Advertisements.
WELD, ANDREWS & LEET,
Importers and Jobbers of Foreign
and American Fancy Goods, Ho?
siery, Gent's Frirnishing Goods,
Stationery, Cutlery, and also Manu?
facturers of Hoop Skirts,
23 Park Place and 20 Murray St.,
WE have one of the largest and best
assorted stocks of abovo goods in
this country, adapted to Southern trade,
which we offer upon favorablo terms. Buy?
ers will do well to give us a trial. All
orders promptlv attended to.
WELD, ANDREWS A LEETS.
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^^^^^^^^j^^^^^^^^C r-K C3 'g 2 Q .?fi
BOOTS, SHOES &LE?T?IER.
JVO. ll DEY ST., NEW YORK.
ALEXIS BRAGG & WESSON,
Successors of tho old establishedffrm of
ATJTCTK BRAGG & WARREN,
IN BOOTS, SHOES AND LEATHER,
BEG to invite the attention of purchasers
to their splendid stock, adapted to all
sections of the country, and which they
offer at the lowest market prices. Special
attention paid to orders. Feb 18 3mo
ALEXIS BBAQO._ANDREW WESSON, Jr.
iHELDON, HOYT & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
TT A T=? ? A TimiT
CUTLERY, GUNS, HOES and other
gooda suited to SOUTHERN TRADE,
No. 43 Chambers' st. and 21 Reade st., a
few doors East of Broadway, and opposite
the new Court House, New York.
HENRY K. SHELDON, SASTCEL A. BUSICK,
WILLIAM J. HOYT, EDWARD LYNES,
J. ERASTUS SHELDON.
Iron Carolina HOES, Elwell's Crown,
(steel,) Brade's Crown, Brade's Patent,
Rice Hoes, Scovill's Planters' Hoes and
other makes American Planters' Hoes, half
bright and full bright, round and oval eye.
Mr. D. F. DAY, of late firm Hyde, Gregg
6 Day, Charleston, S. C., is with us, and
will be happy to see his friends and cus^
tomere. Feb 8 3mo
New York, January 15, 1866._
NO. 16 WALLSTREET, NEW YORK.
OVERNMENT 'SECURITIES AND
VT other STOCKS, BONDS, GOLD, Ac.,
bought and sold on commission for cash.
DEPOSITS received from Banks, Bank?
ers, Merchants and others, subject to check
on sight. COLLECTIONS made on all
parts of the United States. Doe 81
DEWITT C. LAWRENCE. .TOUN R. CECIL.
CYRUS J. LAWRENCE. Vim. A. HALSTED.
BATCHELOR'* HAIR' DYE!
THE Original and Best in the World.
The only true and perfect HAIR DYE.
Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous.
Produces immediately a splendid Black or
natural Brown, without injuring the hair
3r skin. Remedies the ill effects of bad
lyes. Sold by all Druggists. Tho genuine
is signed WUliam A. Batchelor. Also, RE?
GENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLE
FLEURS, for Restoring and Beautifying
the Hair. CHARLES BATCHELOR,
Oct 2.5 ly New York.
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYPE FOUADBY
NOS. '28, 30 and 32 Centre street, (comer
of Reade street,) New York. The tyne
on which this paper is printed is from the
above Foundry. Nov 18
CORNER BROOME ST AND BOWERY,
THIS house, capable of accommodating
three hundred guests and kept on the
European plan, is centrally located, and
near to all points. City cars pass the
Hotel to all the Ferries," Railroad Depots
?nd places of Amusement every three
minutes. Single Rooms, $1.00 per dav;,
louble, $2.00. J. F. DARROW & CG.,
Jan 14 ly . ^ Prop^ rs.
New York Advertisements.
EUREKA GIFT ASSOCIATION.
180 Broadway, New York.
Rosewood Pianos, Melodeons, Fine y
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Silver
Ware, Fine Gola and Silver / ?
' Watches. Diamond Fins, Dia^
mond Rings, Gold L r?cele^
Coral. Florentine, MosaicX/'
Jet, Lava and Cameo Ladies-, ? .
Sets, Oold Pens with Gold and 5*
Silver Extension Holders, Sleeve
Buttons, sets of Studs, Vest and
Neck Chains, Gold Rings, &c,
DISTRIBUTION is made in thefollowing
manner: Certificated, naming ? ?ch
article and its value, are placed in sealed
envelopes, which are well mixed. One ot'
these envelopes, containing the certificate
or order for some article, will be delivered
at our office or sent by mail to any address,
without regard to choice, on receipt of 25
cents. On receiving the certificate, th?
purchaser will see what article it draws and
its value, and can then send ONE DOLLAR
and receive the article named, or can choose
any other one article on our hst of the same
S3- Purchasers of our SEALED ENVE?
LOPES may, in this manner, obtain an
articlo >rortk from. One lo Fire Hundred
IPOTT One Dollar,
Which they need not pay until it is known
what is drawn and its value. Entire satis
fu etion guaranteed in all cases.
THE EUREKA GIFT ASSOCIATION
Would call attention to the fact of its being
thc original and largest Gift Association in
the country. We aro, therefore, enabled to
send finer goods and give better chances to
obtain tho more vaiua^'c prizes than any.
other establishment of the-Kind. The bu?
siness continues to be couducte&."in a fair
and honorable manner, and a large and
greatly increasing trade is proof that om
patrons appreciate this method of obtain?
ing rich and elegant goods.
During thc past year, this Association
has sent a very large number of valuable
prizes to all parts of tho country. Those
who patronize us will receive the"full value
of their money, as no article on our list is
worth less than One Dollar, retail, and
there are no blanks.
Parties dealing with tis mav depend on
having prompt returns, and the article
drawn will be immediately sent to any ad?
dress by return mail o? express. .
The "following parties have recently
drawn valuable prizec from the Eureka As?
sociation, and have kindly allowed the nie
of their names; many other names might
be published were we permitted:
Andrew Wilson. Custom House, Philadel?
phia, Penn., O? Painting, value $100} Jas.
Hargraves, 821 Broadway, New York, Oil
Painting, value $100; E. F. Jones, Barrett,
Marshall Co., Kansas, Melodeon, valne$200;
P. J. Bvrnes, Waterbury Ct,, Gold Watch,
value $126; J. F. Shaw, 224 East 24th street,
New York, Piano, value $350; Mrs. Chas. J.
Nevis, Elmira, S?. Y., Piano, valne $800;
Miss Lucy Janowav, Elmira, N. Y., Cluster
Diamond Ring, value $200; Mrs. K. Pen
noyer, City Hotel, Nashville, Tenn., Melo?
deon, value $125; Oscar M. Allen, Co. B.
142d Reg. Ind. Vols.. NashviRe, Tenn.,
Watch, value $85; Rowland S. Patterson,
Co. D, 10th Iowa Vet. "Vols., Oil Painting,
value $100; Mrs. Abbev J. Parson8,"Spyin?
field, Mass., Melodeon, valuV-$i??^|jWfc^
Dexter, Citv Survevor, Syracuse, NT^flfchr^
Gold Watch) value $*150; Mrs. James Ely.,? ?
177 Wooster street, cor. Bleeker, N. Y., Oil
Painting, valne $100; Mrs. J. C. Coles,
Grand Rapids, Michigan, Silver Castor,
value $40; Dr. J. R. Sinclair, No. 4 Main
st., Utica, N. Y., Framed Engraving, value
$25; Hon. Luther Detmold, Washington,
D. C., Oil Painting, value $100.
Letters from various parties throughout
the country, acknowledging the receipt of
very valuable gifts, may be seen on file at
To be Sold for One Dollar Each,
Wi?iout regard to taine, and not to be paid
for until you know what you will receive.
SO Eleg't Rosewood Pianos, EACH?
worth from.$250.00 to 500.00
50 Melodeons, Ros'd cases. 125.00 to 225.00
100 fine Oil Paintings. 25.00 to 100.00
LOO cold H'g Case Watches 75.00 to 159100
L50 Diamond Rings. 50.00 lo 200.60
?50 Ladies'Gold Watches. 60.00 to 85.00
150 Silver Watches. 25.00 to 50.00
>00 fine Steel Eng's, fr'md. 12.00 to 25.00
100 Music Boxes. 12.00 to 45.00
LOOSil'rRev'gPat.Castors 15.00 to 40.00
LOO " F't and C'ke B'kets. 15.00 to 35.00
>00 sets Silver Tea and
Table Spoons. 15.00 to 30^00
i,500 Vest and Neck Chains 5.00 to 25.00
5,500 Ladies' Silver Porto
monoies... 8.00 to 15.00.
t,000 Silver Butter Knives 8.00 to 7JOO
?,000 pr Ear-rings,new style 1.60 to . C.0O
1,000 Gold Pencils and
Toothpicks. 3.00 to 8.00
(,000 Onyx and Amethyst
Brooches. 400 to 10.00
1,000 Lava and Florentine
Brooches. 4.00 to 6.00
,000 Masonic Pins. -1.00 to 6.50
!,000 fino Gold W'ch Keys. 3.50 to 6.50
i,000 Children's Armlets.. 2.50 to 8.00
1,500 sets Bosom Studs... 1.50 to 5.00
?.500 En'd Sleeve Buttons. 2.50 to 10.00
(1,000 Plain G o ld and
Chasca Rings. 1.00 to 5.00
i,000 Stone Set & S'l KingM 2.50 to 10.00
.,000 Lockets, a'l sizes- 2.00 to 7.00
0.000 sets Ladies' Jewelry 8.00 to 20.00
,000 Watch Charms, each 8.00 to 5.50
.,000 Gold Pens, Sibr Ex C's 4.00 to 6.00
,000 Gent s Breast and
Scarf Pins . 3.00 to 20.0?;
!,000 Lathes' New Stvlu
Belt Buckles. 4.00 to 6.50
,000 Chatelaine and Guard
Chains. 6.00 to 20.00
,000 Gold Thimbles. 7.00 to 14.00
,000 set Ladies' Jet * Gold 10.00 to 20.00
0,000 Gold Crosses. 1.58 to 6.00
,000 Oval Band Bracelets. 6.00 to 20.00
,000 Chased Bracelets. . 5.00 to 16.00
,000 Ball Ear-drops, all
colors. 8.00 to 5.00'
,000 fine Gold Pens. 2.00 to 3.50
,000 New Style Jet and
Gold Ear-drops. 3.00 to 7.00
,500 New Style Long Crys?
tal Ear-drops. 4.00 to 8.00
,000 Gold Pens. 3.00. to 6.00
j*y A chance to obtain any of the above
rtieles for ONE DOLLAR by purchasing a
lealed Envelope, for 25 cents.
OW Five Sealed Envelope? wiU be sent
or $1.00: eleven for $2.00; thirty for ?5.CC,
ixty-fivo for $10.00; one hnndred for $15.00.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
Our patrons are desired jto send United
Itates money when it is con "enient. Long -
etters are unnecessary. Orders for Sealed *
Envelopes must in every caso be accugMMyj
lied hy thc rash, with the n*raa4M&9
sending, and Town, ^CjgpgtyaWr
it atc plainly written. L^ttlH^^ttyUj?dfl
.ddroused to the ManagersHM^IH^p^^^^^
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