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IffiXf^f^TTTTtT8'' A. nary
la>v? un the Br?ln.
**x* Am:*' Oil."oh the lirain.
wv J. rt sxir-us. r
.^ty .gentle M?HS, pvay, what is this
Tho people holli so dearly,
Andwhioh Ute souses incomplete
- Since Adam's time, the theme sublime.
Upon Ute hoart has lain.
And everybody's crazy with
Love oil th? brain.
Lovo's down. Love's.up.
Then on tho wane;
Everybody's crazy'willi . ,
"v Love on the brain..
- Some folks mav talk of big bank F>OCUH,
And fumble in their pockets,
And scrutinize their lodger books.
"Till thev crap tv botti their sockets.
But bnsiness care, and cuteness rare,
Are numbered with tho vain,
When once compared. With what- wo call.
Love on tho brain.
Tho railroad train, with snorting steam,
Much danger pro-supposes,
In mixing up the se*os so,
And bruising peoples .noses:
But nothing so much mischief makes.
Or livings the victim pam.
As once to oatch that wide complaint,
Lovo OD tho brain.
Tho fever seizes young folks most,
And scorches head and body.
And sometimes visits sid grey rat s,
"~ Who're steopod in whiskey toddy:
But thoso old fogies aro too cold
Of its absence to complain -
They haven't blood enough to raise
Love on tho brain.
lu company, tho maids and gents
Are so sedate and prosy;
But, by themselves, each Mary Ann
Is stire to havo her Josie.
And billet duux como thick and fast,
In language warm and plain.
Exciting moro, and heaping still.
Love on the bram.
The knot is tied; caresses sweet
Are frequent and so handy,
Until thc blissful day arrives,
When something sqncols for candy!
"Then comes the tug of war," and <>h.
The husband cries for pain,
Because, poor fellow! now he feels
Broom-stick on the brain.
Love's down, Love'? up,
Ever on the wane;
He's no longer troubled with
Love on the brain.
[Richmond (Va.) Repnbtic
THE MAGIC STOVE.
A ItOTTEKY STOICY.
My good father (said Sir Joshua
Itence) was, I am sorry to say, a regu?
lar victim at the shrine of fortune
for half his life. For twonty years
be had annually purchased u whole
lottery ticket without seeing a six?
pence of his money back ; but at. last
he wisely determined to stop, without
sending more good money after bad.
Yet, as the first day's drawing came
near in that one-and-twentieth year, I
could see that my parent's prudence
was not by any means giving him the
satisfaction that it deserved. His
friends and neighbors were buying
tickets upon all hands, aud specu?
lating upon their chances of success.
"Well," one would say, "T should
think, sir, your turn must come round
this time;" and another would hope
to see him repaid for all his losses by
this single coup. I saw it annoyed
him to have to answer, "I have
bought no ticket; I never mean to
try again;" aud when some gossip
would rally him about Iiis faint-heart?
edness aud want of courage, it quite
ruffled his ordinarily excellent tem?
per. Still he stuck to his resolution,
until the very Saturday before the
drawing, when he sent for me into
his private parlor, after dinner, and
addressed me as follows: "1 have
something to say to you of a very
singular kind, my boy. It may be
of no consequence, and it may lie of
the greatest possible importance; but
however it turns out, you -must pro?
mise me, upon your honor, to keep it
a secret as long as I live." ?f course, j
1 gave the required security; and my
father, who sat, with his handkerchief
over bis head, in front of a huge
stove-for it was winter-time, and he |
loved warmth-continued, with the j
"You know, my boy, that I had
resolved upon purchasing no more
lottery tickets, and that 1 am not a
niau to lightly break my resolutions.
Still, I am not so obstinate as to re?
sist tho manifest, influences of-ol'- I
hardly know what to call it, or who
it, comes from, but the fact is, I feel
.led,* my boy, as your aunt Dorcas
calls it-absolutely enjoiued by a
higher power--to parchase No. 172.
But why, think you, should I. set my
mind upon this No. -172 ? " Weli,
perhaps you dreamed it, sir," I re?
plied, " like Mrs. Fosbey." This was
a poor widow lady, who lived in thc
next street, and who had dreamed,
three times running, of a lucky num?
ber in the lottery, and bad borrowed
the money of my father wherewith
to purchase the ticket.
"No, my boy," replied my father,
but with a perceptible wince, (for the
said number had turned out a blank
both for ber and him;) "I did not
exactly dream it; but it happened
thus: You know that I have had this
stove set up here but a few days ago,
and used it for the first time on
Thursday last. Upon that very even?
ing, when 1 had come in here us
usual after dinner, and having read
the paper, bad dozed off for an hour
or two, I awoke, and beheld in tho
centre of this iron door, which, as
you see? has nothing upon it whatso?
ever, in letters and ligures of fire.
No. 472! I was wide awake by that
time, and I am as certain as ever I
was of anything in my whole life,
that the thing was as 1 have told you.
However, so distrust fill woe I of my?
self -for T know how the I< ttery oc?
cupies my mind, and I confess I had
been dreaming of it at that very
time that 1 said nothing about ii,
but waited for the next nit/bt. when I
giver y oft toy sacred word ol hd?or
that the saino thing happened again. '
OneO more I dreamed of the lottery, \ !
and npon -waking, with my feet ?pon j
tlie stove, once move I saw Na. 472 ;
glowing forth. , out of it? iron door, i
like some myVterions warning, or per?
chance-a-a"- "Or a Providen?
tial- intimation os to how to lay "out
yourmoney to the best advantage,"
'suggested ? demurely. "Well, yes
<A course; it's very odd, looked at iu
that light; but I've been thinking of
it a.good deer in the meantime, and
thc tiaket-office has not yet closed; so
I will just trouble you, my boy, to
take this money, and don't say a word
to anybody; but if No. 472 is on
hand, bring ii ; and if it's sold, find
out who has got it, and bring me
word. I ipili have it, whatever it costs
me; and if that ticket does not come
up a prize, I will never sp?nfl a sil?
ver sixpence agniu in flattery of tho
As my father had threatened this
for eighteen successive year's, it did
not give me great hopes of his refor?
mation; while my expectations of the
ticket in question turning ont a prize
were equally low. However, there
was no course for rae but to olx>y. It
was late, but being the Saturday bo
f<u*e tho drawing, the offices were
allowed to be open until after 8 p. m. ;
so if the ticket should bo unsold, I
could get it that night. It was, how?
ever, not at all probable that this
slrould be the ease; and I was not sur?
prised lo hear that No. 472 had been
purchased many days before by a
gentleman living in the country-or
what was then the country-aliout
half a mile North of Kensington Pa
I lace. My father seemed very disap
: pointed when I took him this news;
I and wishing me good-night, retired
! to his private room, saying that he
j had some business to transact which
would occupy him until very late. I
bad been in bed and asleep, T knew
not how long, when I was awoke by
hearing thc front-door closed, (al
? though as softly as it could be done,)
I and thinking there might be some
I thing wrong, I hurried on a few
? clothes. Hud slipped down stairs. My
father's hat mid gvoat-oont were not
hanging up in their usual places, so
that I felt certain it was ho who had
just gone out; nor had I far to look
I for the reason, for the door of his
private room was open, and I could
seo from the hall the magic stove be?
fore which he had been sitting, with
No. -172 gleaming from the iron door,
as he had truly described them, in
letters aud figures of flame. It was
evident that my father had been un?
able to resist this third manifestation,
but had hurried off to Kensington to
knock the gentleman up, and buy his
ticket, whether he would or not.
Under such circumstances, what a
price would he have to pay for it? At
the same time, I could scarcely blame
him; 1 bad now the evidence of my
own eyes to corroborate his extraor?
dinary experience. Here was No.
472 glaring and gleaming out of au
iron door, which was ordinarily :IH
blank as a - -.. I was going to say
a lottery ticket, hut I avoided that
metaphor as an ill omen! Yes, there
was the N, and the O, and the 4, and
the 7, ami thc 2, as distinct as the red
letters in the calendar. There waa
certainly something in it; and I deter?
mined to wait nj) until my father
came home to t?:ll him what I myself
had seen. Tho worst of it was that
the coals in tho scuttle were exhaust?
ed, and that after an hour or so-and
1 knew that he must bo a long time
away -the room would probably be
getting cold. Tn this surmise 1 was
correct; but as the stove waxed cooler
and cooler, something far more dis?
agreeable than cold supervened. 1
saw that the magic letters waned and
waned as the fire within got low, and
long before it went out, they had
grown quite black and invisible; thea
tho truth gleamed upon me, chill and
bare enough-the wonderful inscrip?
tion was, after all, only the number
of tho .stove, inscribed upon it by the
iron company that sold lt, but which
could not IK; soon, without very close
inspection, until it became of a white
heat. 1 dared not sit up for my
father any longer, nor had I the
heart to tell him, when he explained
to me the next day how fortunato he
had been in purchasing the ticket for
only three times the cost price, how
wofnlly he had been deceived.
Hero Sir Joshua paused, and re?
plied to a general murmur of satis?
faction with courteous inclinations of
his rich brown wig. But Miss Pene?
lope, who had heard the story aboui
472 times, did not fail here to remark,
with an air of simplicity that did bei
infinite- credit, "And I suppose, papa,
that this number turned out to be n
blank?" "No, my child," repliedhei
parent, "it was not so. The numhei
turned out to be a prize of ?500.'
So that, although when my father be
! gan to boast of his extraordinary
prescience, I thought it right todrav
his attention iu private to the cans?
of the phenomenon, yet, judging bj
the result, the stove was" not less :
.magic stove for all that.
One of the finest qnulties in t
human being is that nice souse o
delicacy which renders it impossiblt
for him ever to become an intruder o
A negro, once undergoing an oxn
ruination ns a witness, when asked i
his old master wa? a Christian, re
plied: "'No, sir; ho was a member o
Take your cat upon a sea voyage
if you want sea-mews around you.
Putting a ring in a pig's nose i
striking at the root of the thing.
A, S'BKEDMA?" who HAS BEXK TAUGHT
ro RKAO THE NKWSPA PEBS.-The
ElaJeigh, (N. C.) Progi-ess, mefciion*
tho following little incident as occur?
ingju tho streets of that city a few
Army Chaplain- * *My youn g color?
ed friend, eau .yon read."
. Contraband-'"Tes, sah."
Army Chaplain-"Glad to hear it.
Shall I give you a paper?"
Contraband-"Sartin, massa, if you
Army Chaplain- -"Well, what paper
would you choose?"
Contraband-"Well, massa, if you
chews, I'll take a paper of terbaeker."
The Chaplain looked at the contra?
band, and thc contraband at the
Chaplain; then the latter sighed, and
Some of the London merchants
havo instituted a custom of charging
an admission fee to their Htoros. The
lady sight-seers eau enter by payings
small fee, and examine all thc latest
styles aud costumes without making
any purchases, unless disposed to do
The Courier talks about tho Jour?
nal's "tea party." The Courier and
its friends had a tea-party during the
war-a rebel gunpowder tea-party.
Did over two perfect souls in per?
fect bodies belong perfectly to each
Internal Revenue Tax.
THIRD DISTRICT S. C.,
M Mien IS, lsou.
ALL persona in business, trade or pro?
fession of any kind since 30th ol'May,
ist;"?, are required to pav their licenses
forthwith. W. A. HARRIS,
Collector for Richland District.
*ir~ Office -Court House square.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
MTHIS POPULAR and well known
HOTEL has been NEWLY FUR?
NISHED throughout hy the presold
proprietor, who has been sixteen \var*
connected with the establishment.
IL WHITE, Proprietor.
GEOKOE ii. MIXKK, Superintendent.
CIIAKI.ES A. MII.I.IU;, Cushier.
HAVE made arrangements ?itli Mr. J.
s. PHILLIPS to continue the DRAPER
and TAILORING BUSINESS at their old
stand, 32 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.,
in all its branches, as formerly conducted ?
by them, and solicit for him, from their I
former patrons and friunds, thc satur libe- ?
ral patronage ?>> generously extended to j
themselves. EDGERTON A RICHARDS.
or. s. FJ3L?xiix3?>9
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
Snceessorto K/tOKKTON<C MCI7A Hits.
32 BROAD ST., CIIART.ESTOX, S. C..
Keeps constantly on hand a fidl assort?
ment of the best grades of Fr?lich, Eng?
lish and American CLOTHS, CASSIM ERES
and VESTINGS, which will be sold by tin
yard or made to ord.-r, in the latest I'a
shions. Feb 3 3ino
NEW YORK AMI) CHARLESTON
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
leaving each Port every Alternate
Thu rai lui/.
Vl'KAMKIIIP RMII.Y ll. Sot IlKIt,
CAPT. R. W. LOCKWOOD,
CAPT. C. P. MAKSUMAN.
fil H ESE 8TEAMSH? PS, otlcriug every
X inducement to SHIPPERS and th.
TRAVELING l'UBLIC, having superior
accommodations tor Passengers, with
tables supiilied by every luxury tue New
Vork and Charleston markets can afford;
and, for safety, speed and comfort, art- un?
rivalled ?ll the coast.
EMILY B. SOLIDER,
CAPT. li. W. LOCKWOOD,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC
WHARP, ON THURSDAY, April 2?,
lsdo, at o'clock.
Liberal advance? made on Consignments
lo New York.
For Freight or Passage apply al tb
Agents. WILLIS A CHiSOLM,
Apiil 13 North Atlantic Whait.
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Tj^sirttE? S OF?ICE;
CHABLOTTE fe?. C RAILROAD CO,,
Dono, S, C., Anr? Ifi, 18O0.
THE Charlotte and South < '.tr. -lina Hail
road Company invites tho holders of
it s Bonds and Coupons, past duo as well as |
those, maturing up to July 1, 1S0"7, to Inn.!
tho sam?' in hoods maturing six to fourteen,
Thc Company expects to be able to meet
all Coupon? ami Bonds maturing after
1 will lie at Columbia on Monday, Tues- j
day and Wednesday, April 80 and May 1 j
and 2, for the purpose ol arranging as j
abov? with the holders of these securities, j
C. BOUKNIGHT, Treasurer. I
April IS 14 j
Greenville and Columbia Railroad. I
GENE SUPERlNTENDTS OFFICE, |
COLUMBIA* April is, lat?t?. |
ON and aloa- FRIDAY nest, 19th inst..
Hie Passenger Trains will run daily '
(Sundays excepted) until further notice, as j
Leave Columbia at. 7.no a. m. !
" Alston at. ll.ot) " i
" Newberry at.12.50 p. m.
Arrive at Abbeville at. (?.th) "
'. at Anderson at.8.10 "
" at Greenville at.9.00 "
Leave Greenville afc. 4.IK) a. m. j
" Anderson at..r>.:?0 "
" Al*eville at. 7.45 -
" Newberry at. LU .?o.
Arrive at Alston at.2.5
" at Columbia nt. 7.("
A liberal reduction has been made on |
UiTOH'jh fare, the distance by railroad hav?
ing been increased, and th<> stages being
nuder the control ol' tho Company. 60 j
powitki haggage. only allowed to a wbol ?
seat all over lo be charged extra.
J. B. LASSALLE, I
April 10 Gem ral Superintendent.
Country papers advertising for the Com- j
pany will jileas.- copy.
Notice to Shippers.
FT1HE Charlotte and Sonth Carolina Rail- !
X road Compaiiv is now prepared to!
tr;, ns i >oi I FREIGHTS lietweon Columbia
and Charlotte, and all depots on their line I
Freights consigned to their agents at
?.ither placo will h.- forwarded promptly, at i
the rat.- of -1.5ti per hundred pounds, in- !
?.hiding all charges for the entire distance. '
Bown freights must bc pr?-paid.
Through rate from Columbia to Witms
Inin, 75 cents p. r hundred pounds, and to
Ch?:stor, #1.15 per hundred pounds. lie
sure and make tin.nigh freights "'Care
Apiil bl 12 JAS. ANDERSON, Supt.
Schedule over South Carolina R R.,
liENERAL SCI' "t's OFFICE,
t'mni.r.sros, April 5. 18?f>.
ON AND AFTER ?th APRIL, ISM, thc :
Passenger Trains will leave and ar?
rive as loll..ws. \ i:-. :
Leave < Charleston at .Ta. m.
Arrive in Augusta al . '.'>)>. In.
Arrive in Columbia-at .5.20 p. in.
Leave Augusta at .l>a. m. !
Leave Columbia at .('..45 a. lu. ;
Arrive in Charleston at.5 p.m.
HENRY T. PEAKE,
April ii General Superintendent.
Ol?ice S. & U. Railroad Company,
UNIONVILLE, M.\ueil2f., ISM. ?
MESSRS. MONTO? >MERY A SHIVERS
have made arrangements with th?:
Spartan burg and I'nion Railroad Company
to transport freights between Columbia*, j
S. C., and Shell..n's, the ?.resent terminus ?
of the Spartanhnrg and l*ni>.n Railroad.
Their ? .barges will be one dollar per hun
dreil pounds. I would reeonnneiul I beni
?is safe and reliable carriers.
Kr? ?gilts > uu !??. consign. .1 t.. t h.-in at the ;
depots in Columbia :u..| .-it Sh. It-.n's. s. ,\ ;
C. lt. !:. Tilt >S. P.. JETER.
March :).> Presiden! S. A C. R. R.
?7-Charleston D<iHy AV"-s publish one
w.el.: Spartanhnrg Ermreus and f'.irttliim
S?,,irtun publish tb rep times.
THROUGH ROUTE NORTH,
l/l ( 'HA I; LO TTE AX1> <: ll EES s
lUHlO. A". ' .. .1 XU DA X VILLE
A SD UD 'HMoXD, VA.
SrAGES have Columbia, S. C., daily,
connecting with Charl..tte and South j
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C.. 2.30 p. ni. :
Leave Charlotte.S.00 p. m. '
Arrive at Greensboro, N. C. 1U.0U p. m.
Leave Greensboro . '10.20 p. lil.
Arrive at Richmond. Va S.lS p. in.
Ihe following ?lav,connecting witbevening
trains for Washington and all the North?
( 'los?, connections made, and no delay "ii
this rout?-. Nearest and IK>St route North.
J. FITZ JAMES, Age id
Jan S.i limo R. D. A 1*. Railroads.
?en. Sup'ts Office, C. & S. C. R. R.,
CoU'MRI \. s. C., Ai-nu. I. ls?;.;,
rpi! is boa.I i* now empli t. .1 t.. Dolo.,
I and Passenger and Freight Trams run
mug as below :
Leave Charlotte (tm arl iva! of the
North Carolina traill) at ... 10.00 p. m.
An ive nt DoLo at .?;.:i!i "
Leave Doko at. 5.??? a. m.
Al l ive at Citai lott.- al. 2.50 p. m.
April.". JAS. ANDERSON, Sup't.
W W. BOYCE,
i Late of Soot n i arohna. ?
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
v. ll.l. PUAI I (. K IN TUE
Supreme Court and Court ol' Claims.
"///'.-.. .Yo. 453 Fourteenth Street,
Dec 27 WASHINGTON. D. C. tuft'.mn
Manufacturers' Supplies !
HILLWARII & WIXEBRBMB,
1 LS Muri el St,;?,>.!. Philadelphia,
DEALERS m MACHINERY and SUP
PLIES ol . v< ry description for Cotton
and Woolen Manilla, tories. Also, Oak
tanned LEATHER HELPING, CARD
CLOTHING, CH..II and Woolen YARNS
! Warps, Starch, Oils, hy?- Stulls, Ac. A.l
vaiices mad?' oil consigui?, nts ol Colton
and Woolen Yarns. Ot.h rs ?oli.-ite.I, whi< li
r-hall-r. eeiw ploinpt attention.
WM. MILLWARD D '* W?NERRENER
March .' 3nm
Baltimore Advertisements, j
MAKE WM iWWf ?
/fy Surina and (Ttdny ymir Waste (,rrn*e. I
" 1?UY ONE BOX O^TltF,
Pennsylvania Saft Manufacturing !
IT wilt make m pounds of excellent H ARD '
SOM', or 25 gallons or thc vi i y best
SOFT SOAP, for only about 35 CENTS.
Directions on each box. For Hal?' at alt !
Drug an<l Grocery s4 OKS; and ?11 !<>(? ail
wholesale l>v i
WM. M. KI.LICOTT ?V SONS,
No. Spear?*' Wharf,
March 1 Sift?? lialtiinnre. Mit. j
New York Advertisements. |
AUSTIN, ANDUS & CO.,
131 Meeting Street, C?if?'teston, S. C., i
WHOLESALE Gn?cera and Commis- j
sion Merchants, arc receiving fresh ?
supplies of GR? ?OERIES hv every steamer. !
Mr: T. T?. GUY is associated with this j
house, and would I?, pleased to have Ids 1
old hiclid*) and customers call and .see him.
SAMUEL J. AUSTIN. j
SEYMOUR L. ANDUS, ?
R F.N.I. W. CLARKE.
March 10 rs ;
SOUTHERN SECURITIES Ii
lio tight and sohl mi commission l,v
LAWRENCE BROTIIEItS & CO..
.vo. ie WA l.t.'sri;Kiri: xi:u r-onk.\
MONEY received on di po-.il from hanks,
bankers, morch ants and-others. Or- 1
?leis in finid, Government am! other Se-cu-i
ritics executed al the regular Slock Ex-1
chang.- by a member oi the lirm. Conidgr?- i
mints of'Cotton solicited.
Di?Wi'fr C. LAWKKNCIC .1.HIN.lt. Cseu*, j
Cv nos .1. L-vwaescK. Wat. A. JIAI-TLI?. .
CONFEDERATE GENERALS. '
AGENTS WANTED t.. soll our new
series of Card Photographs of PRO- '?
MINENT MEN of theSonth. lOO.OOOhavc !
already Uren sohl. Agents are making MO ?
pi * day. Send for hitter of agency. Rn- I
close ??, and wo will sen?I a good ausort- j
mt nt. hv return mail, thal will sell tor S-15. .
Address JONES A CLARK, PublLshV, j
A1 ?i ii 1 83 Nassau street. New York. i
WKLDj ANDREWS & LE?T;
Importers and Jobbers oi' Foreign
and American Fancy Goods, Ho?
siery, Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Stationery, Cutlery, and also Manu- !
iactuvers of Hoop Skirts,
SA I',irk Place and 20 Marra 1/ Si., \
Y\71' have one of Hie larges! and bi-st
Vf aswH-L-d st... '"s 01 al?ive g.ls in i
ilos country, adaplcd to Southern trade, I
which we utter upon favorable terms. Ruy
err. will do well (.. '?ive us ;t trial. AH
ord? rs prompllv attended to.
\\ ELD, ANDREWS .
BOOTS, SHOES & LEATHER,
NO. ll Dh'VST.. NE iv YORK.
ALEXIS BR AGC. & WESSON,
Successors of the old established timi ol'
ALEXIS BRAGG & WARREN,
IM ROOTS, SHOKS AM) l.KATHF.R, 1
BEC. to invite the ?Ltontk?n of purchasers ?
to their splendid stock, adapted to all ?
.-...?tions of tho country, and which they
offer at Hie lowest market prices. Special
I attention paid t<> orders. FeblSSmo ?
Al.K.XIS P. RA? WI. A Milt KW Wl.viiiN, .Ii. j
SHELDON, HOYT & CO.. i
EMPORTE RH AND DEALERS IN
HAHDWAR DE3 ,
(1UTLERY, GUNS, HOES and other
' roods suite,! to SOUTHERN TRADE, 1
N.?. 43 Than.hers st. and -JA Iteade st., a I
t. w doors East ot I'.roadway, ami opposite
1 h. m w * om t Moils. , N?w York.
HUNKY K. %IH'.I.I>ON, S.YMI'KI A. lirsioK,
WILLIAM .I. HOYT. F.I?W.\KI> LYNKS,
J. Ka.\svi:s SUKI i"?s.
Icon Carolina Hi?ES, Elwell** Crown,
(steel,) li. a.l. Vi Crown, iii adi 's Patent,
Rice Hoes, Sci .viii'i Plant?is" ll..,.- and
other makes Alni ri. an Phllilers' Hoi ?-. hall
I.rigid and full bright, round ami oval eye.
Mr. D. F. DAY. of lain li rm Hyde, Gregg
A Day, Thal h .Mon. S. C., is swill Us, and
will bi- happy to sec Iiis friends and cus?
tomers. Eel. s 3mo
\. ? Y..n.. January 1">. isOC. _ _
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
tllTEO STATES TYPE FOUNDRY
Ni >s. "js :!n and 32 < i nt re .-1 uri. 1o< .rner
of Iii-Uli. Si le. 1,1 N.W bul. Thetvne
00 which this paper is print'-.! is from the
above Foundry. Nov ix
Corner Biooine Street und Rwrry, .V. ) '.
riTHIS house, capable of accommodating
I tine.- hun.Ired guests nuil kept on the'
Einopi au (.lan, ?s centrally Utcated, and
n.ar to all pointe. City carn pass the
||,,1.1 i,, ..il the Kerries, llailroad Depots
an.I places oi' Amusement every time
minute*. Sm: I.- li. ",ios, tl AH) per dav;
.I..lillie. $2 INI J. F llAlllH >\V A I O.,
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New York Advertisements.
HOM I MdlUIlWlluFf
EUREKA GIFT ASSOCIATION.
180 Broadway, Hew York.
Rosewood Pianos, Melodeo?i?- "Pip?
0? Paintings, Engravings. Silver
Ware, Fine Gold and Silver
Watches, Diamond Fins, Dia?
mond Rings, Gold Bracelets,
Coral, Florentine, Mosaic,
Jet, Lava and Cameo Ladies'
Sets, Gold Pens with Gold and
Silver Extension Holders, Sleeve
Buttons, sets of Studs, Vest and
Neck Chains, Gold Rings, ftc.,
DISTRIBUTION in made in the following
manner: Certificates, naming each
article.and ita value, aro placed in souled
envelopes, which are well mixrd. One of
1 heue envelopes, containing the certificate
or order for some article, will be delivered
at our office or sent by mail to any address,
without ti gard to choice, on receipt of 25
cents. On receiving the certificate, the
purchaser will see what article it draws and
its value, and can then send ONE DOLLAR
and receive tho art ielc named, or can choose
any other one article on our list of the same
e?T Purchasers of our SEALED ENVE?
LOPES may, in this manner, obtain an
article trurth from <>ue. to Fire Hurulreit
For One Dollar,
Which they need not pay until it is lino wu
what is drawn and its value. Entire satis?
faction guaranteed in all cases.
THE EUREKA GIFT ASSOCIATION
Would cull attention to the fact of its being
the original and largest (lift Association in
the country. We are, therefore, enabled to
?send jinrr goods and give better chances to
obtain thc more vaUtaJdt prizes than any
<>tlier establishment or the kind. Th? bu?
siness continues to be conducted in a fair
and honorable manner, and a large and
greatly increasing trade : ! proof that our
patrons appreciate this me hod of obtain?
ing rich and elegant good?.
During the past year, this Association
has s'-nt a very large number of valuable
prizes to all parts of the country. Those
who patronize us will receive the full value
oi their money, as no article ou our list is
worth less than One Dollar, retail, and
there are no blanks.
Parties dealing with nu may depend on
having prompt returns, and the article
drawn w ill b<- immediately sent to any ad?
dress by r< turn mail or express.
The following parties have roceutly
drawn valuable prizes from the Eureka As?
sociation, and haye kindlv allowed thc Use
of their names; many other names might
be published were we permitted:
Andrew Wilson, Custom House, Pl d ladet
phia, Penn., Oil Painting, value ?100' Jas.
Hargraves, SJl Broadway, New York, Oil
Painting, raine riot); E. F. .Tone?, Barrett,
Marshall < !o., Kansas, Mclodcon, valne $200;
P. J. Byrnes, Wut.rburv, Ct., Gold Watch,
valu.' ?123; J. P. Shaw, 221 East24th street,
New York, Piano, value $350; Mi's. Chas. J.
Nevis, Elmira, N. Y., Piano, value $300;
Miss Lucy Jam-way, Elmira, N. Y., Cluster
Diamond' liing, value $200; Mrs. K. Pen
uover, Citv Hotel, Nashville, Tenn., Molo
de?n, vahie $125; Oscar M. Allen, Co. B.
H2d Reg. Ind. Vols., Nashville, Tenn.,
Watch, raine $95; Rowland S. Patterson,
Co. D, 10th Iowa Yet. YoU., Oil Painting,
value? loo; Mrs. Abbey J. Parsons, Spring?
field. Mass. Mclodeon, value $150; Ja?. L.
Dexter, City Surveyor, Svracnse, N. Y.,
Gold Watch, value $150; Mrs. James Ely,
177 Wooster street, cor. Bleeker, N. Y., Gil
Painting, value $100; Mrs. J. C. Coles,
(hand Rapids, Michigan, Silver Castor,
value ?40: l>r. J. It." Sinclair, No. 4 Main
s!.. Utica, N. Y'., Framed Engraving, value
?25; Ibm. Luther Detmold, Washington,
D. C., Oil Painting, value $100.
Letters from various parties throughout
the country, acknowledging the receipt of
very valuable gifts, may lie seen on file at
To bc Sold for One Dollar Each,
lt ?t?ond re.ja.rd io r<?u>-, .iud uni tit br paid
for unlit you kiu>'r whal you iriU receler.
50 l'.l. g't Rosewood Pianos, EACH.
worth from.$250.00 to 500.00
50 Molodeoua, Roe'd cases. 125.00 to 223.00
100 fine Oil Paintings. 25.08 to iuo.00
100gold H'gCase Watches 75.00 to 150.00
15(1 Diamond Rings. 50.(K) to 200.60
250 Ladies Gold Watches f.0.00 to 85L00
450 Silver Watches 25.00 to 50.0o
200 line Steel Eng's, fr'md. 12.00 to 25.00
100 Music Boxes. 12.00 to 45.00
lnoSil'r EcCg Pat.Castor, 15.00 to 40.00
100 " F't ana C'ke B'ket*. 15.(Hi to 35.00
500 sets Silver Tea and
Tablespoons. 15.00 to 30.00
2,500 Yest and Neck Chains 5.00 Ul 25.UO
2,500 Ladies' Silver Porle
monaies. M OO to 15.no
3,000 Silver Butter Knives ?.00 to 7.0o
2,000 pr Ear-rings,new ?tl le 1.50 to fi.do
3,000 Cold Pencils ami
Tooth Picks. 3.00 to 8.00
3,000 OUTS and Am otb vs I
Brooches . 4.(Ht to 10.00
:!,(KX> Lava and Florentine
Brooches.. 4.0t) to ti.00
1,000 Masonic Pins. 4.oo to 0.50
2,000 fine.Gold W'eh Keys, 3.50 to fi.5o
5,000Children's Armlets.. 2.50 to 8.00
2,500 sets Bosom Studs . 1.50 Ui 5.00
2,500 En'd Sleeve Buttons. 2.50 to 10.0?)
10,000 Plain Cold and
Chased Rings . 1.00 to 5.00
5,800 Stone Set A S'l Rings 2.50 to 10.00
5,000 Lockets, all size? 2.00 to 7.00
10,000sots Ladies'Jowelrv S.IH) to 20.00
4,000 Watch Charms each ;;.00 to 5.50
5,000 Gold Pens, Silv E\ C's 4.00 to COO.
5,000 (buts P.r. ast and
Scarf Pins. 3.00 to 20.00
'_' (HHI Ladies' New Stvle
belt Buckles .". 4.(H) to C.50
2 IHK) Ch?telain, ?md Guard
Chains . fi.00 to 20 00
1,000 Gold Thimbles 7.(Kt to 14.IH>
2,000 ?et Ladies' Jet it Gold 10.00 to 'JO.IHI
10,000 G?hl Crosses . . 1.50 to ti.oO
i?,000 Oval Band Bracelets. O.(H) to 20.00
1.000 Chased Bracelets 5.00 to lfi.(H)
2,000 Ball Ear-drops, all
colors. 3.00 to 5.0*1
5,000 tine Gold Pens.. 2.0? to 3,50
2,ono Sew Style .leland
(?old Ear-drops. 3.00 to 7.00
2,500 New St vie Long Crvs
tal Ear-drops. .. 4.00 to 8.00
2,000 Gold Pens . 3.00 to fi.tR)
a?r A chance to obtain any of th? above
articles for ONE. DOLLAR by purchasing a
Sealed Ens. lope, for 25 cents.
K?~ Five S. abd Envelopes will be sent
for $1.00; eleven for $2.00; thirty for $5.(Hi;
sixtv-tive for $10.00; one h mid roil for $15.0?.
ACENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
Our patrons ?rh desired tosend United
States money w hen it is convenient. Long
letters are unnecessary. Orders fer Sealed
Envelopes must in every ease he accompa?
nied by the cash, with the name of the
person" sending, and Town, County and
Slate plainly written. Letters should be
addressed to the Managers as follows
GOODWIN, HUNT ? CO.,
I rl. in 75* Box 5 7(Mi P.,ot Oftu e. N. Y.