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J, Xau U Umi last day ot llio Illinois 12-
Watan. The adjournment will ttikc
r Waco tt twetvt o'clock noon.
-Sj, t' . I M -
au I'sllniilojust made by auditor
of rate, N'eedles, It appears that tbc
"present IwrUlaturu Uas inudo appropria
tlons which In the nsrarrpiratA amount
-10 over men million oi dollar. This is
, Dearly one million oioro than was appro
printed by tho lftt general nHwmbly.
' , 'A delegation ol colored Methodists
called on the president ou Tuesday to
.'protest against the removul of Fred
DoojrlM from the position of United
States marshal for tho District ol Colum
bia. The president travo tlittn to under
stand that Fred Douglas should not be
Interfered with udesu the churls against
him wore sulUclent to warrant bis r
The following is the text of the silver
bill passed by the Illiuois legislature:
Section 1. Be It enacted by the. J'eopl
of the state of llhnoi, represented in the
Ventral Aasenibly, 1 but troui uud alter
the ilato uf lie paSKae ol tins act all sil
ver cuius, the standard value of which
has been llxed and declared by the eon
fires ol the Unhed Mates, shall be t
legul tender, at eticli stauilard viilues, for
tlie payment ol all tlubia, boili public
an J prjvute, ftliloh aru piyauio or coi
JeetHbe witlilri tba 8latu o Illinois iifid
which are not made by tbo terms of tlie
contract which created tlieii expressly
In other kinds of coin.
Another sensational story comes Irom
Washington. It has been discovered says
a correspondent of the Graphic that the
postponement of the extra session of
congress was due to the disco veiyol a
conspiracy on ttie part of congressmen
oi oom parties, neattcu ty liavitl Uudley
Field, to Introduce a resolution declar
ing Samuel J. Tildcn the honest prcsi
dent elect, and Inviting him to take hid
place in ttie white hou?e. This Is, In the
language ol the boyn ot the street, just a
'little too thin." It Is lisl.ey.
Chambf.bi.aix Is reported to have said
to a northern gentleman the other day :
'I am sorry that the negroes have been
so over-anxious to hold office. The re
Sti.ttia3 been thut very many ol the
offices have been tilled by persons per
fectly Incompetent, mentally tuid mor
ally, for the position." This Is a kind oi
aeathhed n pentance, tor Chamberlain
has, during most of his career In South
Carolina, done all he coidd to encourage
the negroes to seek office. When ho Is
situated that ho cannot use them lor
political purposes lie Is willing f tell
tbe truth, lie recognizes the propriety
and right ol the intelligent clashes to
Titr. Metropolis Times says : 'Tarty
politics and sectarian religion should
not find their way Into the court house
Yet if the Vienna people tell the truth
it looks a little as ft tho county court of
.lohnson county had become Impressed
with a little of the judge's strong politi
cal leanings. Judge k'ujkcudull is
a partisan Republican. There are in
that oounty two papers, both of them
very creditable to the county. One
Republican and the other is Demo
cratic. The charge made against the
judge of the lourt is that he mikes or
d.-rs stating which, paper legal notices
shall be published in, an J that he dr.
seriuiluates in lavorot the Republican
paptr. If this is true, It Is carrying ju
dicial power a little lurther than we can
believe was ever done before lor the sup
port of a paper. Let us hope lor the
sake ol the purity of the bench that the
report Is nor true."
t It be true that Brighatu Yjung aud
the other leading saints in I'tah are
threatening war against the Gentiles, and
are arming and drilling to drive them
out, they (the saiuts) aro invit
ing their ruin. They had bet
ter think twiee about the possible
result olHHr loolish enterprise before
they go further into it. The govern
ment sent one expedition to Salt Lake
to enforce obedience Irom the saints to
the Federal authority, and would gladly
avoid Sending a second ono. The lir.st
was bloodless; a second might be ditler
ent. . If the Mormons should ever pro
yoke a teellng in the country demanding
the sending ol au armv against them, it
is not probable that Mormonism would
survive the terrible discipline. There
are thousands of Gentiles who covet the
well-tilled farms ofSalt Lake valley, and
who would clamor for the expulsion ot
the owners from the country.
Rlbsia Is beginning to develop her
plan of campaign on the Danube. The
czar Is about to send an army into the
Dobrudja a district at the mouth of the
Danube whence It may operate against
the Turkish line ol detente, extending
trom Kustcndje to Varna. Relug unable
to d lend the Dobrudja, the Turks are
about to retire before the Russians, and
are barbarous enough to contemplate
hurnlDf Tultcha rather than have it lull
into the invader's bauds. The main
Ruukn army U usseinbllng between
Ginrgevo and Turna, aud will probably
cross the Danube In this quarter, with
the lulentlou of turuing tho liulgarlan
imadrilateral, which lorms the uialn re
TlanwiQf the Turks. This strategy will
pliMKitue Turkish torces between the
ceotcr and left wing ol the Russian armv,
iu tiso tsolato the lorccs at Wid
Ulfli. which tho Roumanians will like
vtlte keep in check. The greatness of
tlUJJUMlan army enables the Grand
Puke NlchoUu to adopt sately this plau
of operations. His forces will outuuiu
berttiiTurkUh army at every point,
while the fortresses ol Ru.teUuk aud
SUUUfe'wUT be powerless to stay the
v)naoN ot the luvadloc army.
Turk Motlng Norlbwurit-Preparing
in AllHck 14r lurklxh Lum
sboObjutt lor luklutf Hurt ;i
THE TUttCS MOVING KOimnVAltD.
St. rtTKitsnriui. lav !12 Three
thousand livu hundred Kurks, twelve
thousand liaslil-Buzoiiks, nutf live Intan-
try imitations and artillery aro moving
northward Irom Luke Vaiitojern.
i lie iui Kiiii uirees at Kara hiinsua
and a Turkibh detachment which was ex
pecuu to auacK uaya.ia nave laucu
back towards Lake Vuntojern.
The boily ot a Turkish chief ol staft
was lound among the slain at Ardahau.
I'ltKl'AHIXG TO ATTACK KAK8.
London, May 22. A UUpatcu from
Coustaulliiople lo-m: li t says siuco tho
capture ot Ardahan Hie Russians appear
to be preparing lor a vigorous attack on
A dispatch dated Sotschl Tuesday rej
ports turn tiiu 1 ui'KS attacKcu lie ltus
iuii position at Adler. A severely con
tested engagement ensued. A Turkish
man-of-war has been bombarding Adler
since 10 this morning.
MISCKI.I.ANKOl'8 WAft NOTICS.
A dispaieh Irom Erzeroum report!
tliat the Hussiim center has driven the
Turks irom their positions at Ivarad'
thowran, a village near Kars. All iuill
callous betoken that the Jiust-ians are
making a serious movement on Western
The Servians arn making ollensive
preparations at Nilt-clmr ami along
I'imok. They have ordered the lurlitl
cations of Alexinal and l.vor strength
ened. The Turks have stationed a strong
corps of otMryutioim nt Aulvr to jriuml
II'-iiI'im Hiliiuoi iiioveiiiuiiia iruui nervm.
"it id reoorted In Vienna that tbo Ser
vians wibti to oiierate in the direction of
oshla and against I'rince .Milan, who
is ubuui to leave lieltirade to vi.-lt the
e.arai rioiei.ii. a Vienna correspond
ent hears lioiu Ilelgrade that the council
ot ministers resolvetl that l'rluce .Milan
shall iiil'i.rin the rzir that idler the itou
maiiiau proclamation of independence
Servia cannot maintain neutrality. A
similar report is current, in Pestli. The
Rouinaiiian declaration of Independence
causes but little sensation in lenna
All Hungarian papers, however, declare
that the hour ol action lias arrived tor
A Tt'llKIIH i.osh.
Vikx.va, Way 22. A special from
T Hi 'i's the Russian force w hich nt
t 'Uipted to take Arrlan numbered H.C'OO,
besides which several thousanil were en
onnped before the tow n. I Hiring the
flight of the Turks the Russian cavalry
inllitted a loss of 700.
HUNGARY AND TUI1KKV.
I.onddx. Mux 22. A letter Irom Kos
suth is published urging the alliance be
tween Hungary onu lurKey 10 ueienu
their independence against ilie common
enemy, namely, Russia. A decree Is
published Inthe olllcial journal ordering
the formation of two main divisions ot
Cossacks lb reinforce the opposing army
of the sultan.
THE OBJECT l-'Olt TAKING KAltS.
London. May 22. A Timcx Sistovia
eorrespondent remarks that the fall ol
Kai ks. besides securing to the Russians
their Dositiciu beiore Kars. opens out a
line ot operations either against Kars or
Krzerum. itie council ot ministers ai
t'onstaiiiinoulc, Sunday, determined to
send all reinlorcemenis arriving in Con
stantinople to Erzeroum. Tho authori
ties at Constantinople seem 10 overiooa
the tacts that these troops, m making a
way to Kars or Erzeroum, would have
to break through the Russian divNnu
burring the way at Tschurukson. The
advance of the Russians against IVitoum
seem to have been undertaken with the
aim of looking up thirty-tour battalions
of Turks, preventing t' em or any other
reinforcements Irom getting the lscnor
ukson line to Erzeroum or other threat
Ten Million Jews.
A Itaee Wbote I ndira ii Ainrentl
Nol to bt u:HMircl uf.
The Jewish population in the Russian
empire Is acUiimwcUyed lo exceed .00U,
two, .t.i lo tiiuii Austria, wiin 1,-vv,-UOU.
these Azures are rattier loo low
.nun too high, bveuiire in the folisn
province ol uotti empires are many cities
ot considerable sue as, lor liislain..-.
oiouy, tt ilea aud lamupol rtlieie Hie
population is almost exclusively JeWlsb;
liuiigal , .Moiuviu and itouetu a, 111 llic
Anglian euijiie, are Unekiy populated
Willi Jerts. I'lU.-sia, IlieiUdlug Hie UueU)
ot 1'uaeu, culiUlUS .J.OoU; ail oilier
eiermau suites, ooia.l una jjie.u,
rrttuce, eJ.ouj; tloliiiuu, Tj.OOUi t.ei
giuui, l.ijOUo; t.iiIaud lias 1 j,uOU. luu) ,
e-ACiuslVe ol dial pari Wliicu Was iul uier
IV lueiuded in me Ausirian empire, J.',
Wu; dad ol 1'ils nuuioer IHe la itouie.
lue 1'urklsll tiupue in Europe, 4'AI.UM;
the Ionian Islands, Wciiiual h, tx-
uuiivu ol i in- Lieimaii pi'uViiKes ai.d tlie
OA'.disU kingdoms, UAW; ."5 Alienand,
Hesi les these there is a Urge number
ol Jens living aecreliy In Counlfies
where they ale lorbidaeli to reside, or
Where they can only remain Uuder vny
seel restriellons. 1 In rears, toriLetaliee,
in tlie Austrian empire, Hie pruViLces ol
Ijrol, S.UUuig, Lpper Au-iria, Kaiu
tlieu, hraiii ana 3ei, AlKl'e lid recciilly
the Jens were loioldJeii to settle per
manently, several congrealioui and
even synagogues, as Hie peupiu have liu
ubjeeUoui uailisl the living aiuong
nieiu, uiiU "the goideu tbuuib '
thai the eyes ol tile goVernmeul olll
er.. The auie may be said
ul several oilier counlries und ctlies ol
Europe. It or instance m .axoiiia uioper.
or in the kingdom, no Jews were uduut-
led, tX':epl a Very limited number lino
llio capital, Dresden. In Spain and 1'or-
uigal, none will doubt tli.it there are
slid Ihousuuds of .lew s Who publlely go
lo church and make annual or seini-au-
ual confessions, but who uro seerelly the
uiORiuevoieu .iew. itiese coiisn vr.
lions lusllly au addition ot a",(wo ig nw
above number, whieli makes a total ol
5,'A)U.IKW in Europe.
in tlie I. nited S ates ol America there
are tally 'JjIMJOU, there being nearly ml.
UUO in New York alone, lu the Canada.
Central ami South America, and the ' M
indies, ihtre are about oO.WJO. As to
ihelr numbers in Asia aud Alrlea we can
only estimate from the reports of travel
er and others. From these source and
taking into consideration the rapid In
crease oi me Jews niter their return
irom utuyiouia, and Irom their txten
sive seltlenieut lu Asia and Alrleji. und
especially in the large Islands on those
contine .is, u is reasonably to pui down
tbeir numbers as equal io those hi Kir
rope aud America, thus bringing their
pns'nt nuiuowr 10 over ten mil.
I ous. In this estimate we do not take
Into account any of the descendants ol
the lost tribes. Whether they are to be
sought umong the Afghans In Asia, or
the A merlcan Indian, or the Chinese, is
a point we win not uiscuss nere.
With 'en million Jews living In the
world, with Jews at the helm ot state in
England, France, Germany and Turkey,
wiin jews in positions ol power and In
flucticein Italy, Itelglum, and even in
Russia, w ith Jewish bankers holding the
purso strltigs of the foremost nations,
with JowIkIi Hrilsts, nov lists and Journ
alists In the most prominent places In the
old and new world, there seem to be no
reason to despair ol the future or the
Crushed to Death.
Fenrful AerMcut at Bblii-UalldliiM
iwMMiKa(IM ana Mutilated
Wliile MlrugKllua" Canape.
Chesteb. Pa.. May 22. This niominir
tho Htiutoga, a largo iron steamship
which was to be launched at Koacho's
ship yard, started from Its blocking
sooner than was expected, killing aud
wounding many, bix dead bodies have
already been removed.
About tiliy men were uuder the Sara
toga w hen she went oil. Au order was
given tor them to coiun away, but it was
The names ot tho killed as lar us known
are! hdward rowley, John elson,
thus. Wiightand Edward Uurke.
are : George Woof, mortally ; Barney
Cannon aud Wulkerrarkiusou.seriuusly.
It is thought that some ol the workmen
were killed and drugged iuto the water
by the ship. The bodies ot the dead are
horribly mangled, one being literally cut
In halves, and others with their legs aud
arms torn oil'. The ship yard is thronged
with friends and relatives ot the victims,
and uresent a very distressing scene.
TUE TOTAL NUMIIKK OF DEATHS
In consequence of the accident at the
ship vara is seven. In addition to those
already reported J. J. Crew wasiustautly
killed and Ueorge O. Woof and Harney
Cannon died at 11 o clock. Three per
sons were wounded, all of whom will
probably recover. All of the killed and
wounded were workmen employed at
the yards, and were engaged in knocking
the blocks trom under lUe keel.
During the time tho ship was going oil
ivuo iieiu trendim. men beiiiir seen s.riiy.
tiling to eseapo, while huge blocks rolled
by the ship, erusblnir them to. ioliy. -No
assistance could possibly be rendered by
those who were stanulnir by. Instead ol
cheers, as usually greets a launch, a wail
of ampjisb went up, and shrieks of pain
rent the air, as soon as possible me
dead and wounded were carried to the
yard mid physicians summoned. About
1,!)00 men are employed at the yard, and
trieuds of nearly all of them rushed to
inquire for them.
FLAGS ARE AT HALF MAST
Throughout town, and work at the yard
has been stopped. John Roaclie has
ordered money to he furnished to the
lumilies of tho killed and wounded.
John Fountain, w ho had entire charge ol
i ho launch, makes U e following
I found the ship was ready to move,
and called for all hands to L'et out Irom
uuder before I commenced cutting loo.
The men who were down by the utter
blocking evidently did not hear the or
der or did not obev. as fbey had lully
ilvn minutes to tret out from the time the
order was given until the ship started.
Some ot the men remained under, which
is trequently the case, to attend to the
All who were under the Saratoga just
previous to launching her have been ac
counted f jr. No additional deal hs have
occurred among the injured. The num
ber killed may be set nt 7. The inquest
will be held to-morrow morning.
The Fins ol llio I'roplic t.
(Constantinople Cnrrespondi-nce to the New
io. k jieicury.j
The sacred emblem ol Turkish faith
will plav a great role in this war. it is
dark green, about two jaids long and
aud one and a had w ide, and vms orig
inally a curtain iu the bedchamber ot
Aiiciia, tin best beloved wile ot die pro
phet, who died in her bed. When Mo
hammed was on his deathbed uud about
to lake leave ol his generals, who wtte
about to enter upon a new campaign
usjainst ihe heathens, the dying prophet
gave Iheui the curiuiu that overhung Ins i
bed as a balllc Hag, so that the taiihtui
should lorcyer remember that they were
doing battle lor God aud His prophet.
Ever since that time, whenever tin; Cal
iphs weut into battle they took this
Hag with them, but In latter
years it was resolved to carry this holy
relic iuto battle only whenever a war ol
religion was being waged. In lCsl tlie
same Hag waved irom the walls of Vi
enna, and again whenever the cause ol
Islam had to be defended it Was unluried
to rally ihe falihlul and encourage
them to deeds ol heroism. What, how
ever, is the most important team re ot
this Hag is the belie! that any Mussulman
who tights and lulls under its shadow
dies as a martvr, tur whom the portals
of heaven are opened at once. From the
Calips ot old this banner has been sa
credly retained by the sultans
of our day, in oroer to In
spire still "more zeal in their
soldiers. Yesterday the unfolding
of this time honored banner to k
place with great pomp and ceremony by
the sultan, Abdul tlamid, in person,
who handed li to the Scheik Ei-leiam iu
solemn trust. The latter wns mounted
on a hore literally covered with gold,
and. wliile holding the sacred banner iu
his band, he was accompanied by the
sultan, hiojsell also on bur-back, with
sword in hand, through the principal
streets ol Constantinople. Couriers and
heralds preceded the two high digni'ar
les ot state, and, pointing to the unfurl
ed banner, loudly proclaiming to the peo
ple that tli- war fT the faith had com
menced. Thi morning the sam- relic
which the Turk.' regard with the same
holy aweas the Israelites of old did the
Ark of the Law was w?nt under heavy
e-cort to the Uanube, there to l-ad the
Turkish hosts to battle for Allah and hi
IiriuK lbt InrkUli Heart,
(Coi.iUnliui.J.le (.cmnpoitfUuee to tlie Ni
The Turkish heart Is being lired litre
to au extent never belore known in t.'iis
country. Every thing Is done by '.he
government to make ihe jieople regarj
mis as a religious war. Orders hav-
beeii i-sued by the minister Of police,
countersigned by the ."seheik-ul Islain,uii4
wtueli nave been proclaimed Irom every
mosque in tlie luiklsli quarter ol the
town, calling upou all Mohaiiiedans lo
unjure ail lurelgtl aud Christian
idea. It ii claimed In tins or
der that during the past ten
years, owing to lorelgn influences and
the cadre to imitao customs ol
other people, the religious fe.vor of the
Musuliuaiis has entered upon a slab, of
upathy which must be abandoned at
ouce. The neglect In observing tiere
time-honored religious commands, h is
alleged, has had the mcst deplonble
effect upou tho entire Turkish natbti.
The taiiliful arc, therefore, called iiton
to punctually observe all religious con
mands, and assemble punctually nt tlie
various mosques at the llrst call t.r
prayer. It i pereuiptorily enioind
upon all Mussulmans to wear their hair
and beard as ol old, and not to perirlt
European fashion to change their dre.
Numerous orders hayu been Issued to
the. tair sex. They ar-i
irst upbraided for permitting tho va.l
Jaschinnk) to be so thin of late their
eaturescau be easily recognized upon
he public streets. They re ordered,
herelore, o at onco procure veils of
thicker mat rial, so as lo prevent any
one irom gazing through them. The
wide mantle which covers their under
clothing and lower extremities i..ur u.
cut In accordance with old Turkish regu
latlons. Tho use of F.cneh shoes Is
weremproriiy forbidden. Strict orders
have also been issued lorblddlnir the
wonwn of Constantinople from pcrambu
latllj the streets, or to tarry In front of
Frehcb shops aud stores, and especially
notto enter tho stalls In the Titr'otis ba
railing by Ihe Way "
(New York S"a.)
While, Haves occupies tho white house,
and U inviii.il ti irrn i ill dinners, and en
joysthe flattery ol the Count Joannes
aud Mayor Ely. several ef the men who
helped to couut him In by fraud ore ou
the road to the penitentiary. They are
Louis A. Uarnes, J. W. Raymond. W.
11. Ueltouand L. !. Dennis, all olllcials
AUchua county, Fla.. whoso names tig
urtd prominently In the late election.
1 uu grand jury ol the county have pre
sented Barnes for colliding taxes in Uni
ted Slates currency, and turning them
over to the county in depredated scrip.
Raymond, ihe assessor, is accused ol
having made excessive and fraudulent as
sessments, "in that be made assessments
upon tha samo property twice In the
same year, and also made assessments
upon property that did not exist, there
by Increasing his fees of olllce, and re
ceiving pay lo which he was not entitled.
Beltou got $5,:W9 tor "services totally
Inudequste," and Dennis, as superinten
dent nt Mm hnnrrl ni school commission
ers, drew various sums on lorged certlll
cates. Thus it is that some ol the actors
in tlie presidential conspiracy aro on their
way to punishment.
Oppoueut of (he Adiiilnlilnitloii.
Washington. May 17. 1 have per
fecily reliable authority lor classilj ing
Senator Conkling, Sargent, Jones ol
Nevada, and iihiine as aiuoni; Iheoppo
nents ot the udinliiistriitloii. They l.avu
issued no proclamation ot war, nut their
purpose and feelings are very hostile,
i hey will be re inlorced probably bv
lien Ilutler and others in the house, and
by Cumeron in the senate. If c .ngres
were to meet now, their opposition
would diseloso Itself in a manner
that would give the administration
no little trouble. The so-called
'outhern question has had little or noth
ing to do lu provoking this opposition.
and the avowed purpose ot the president
to contine his patronage by party lines
does not seem to lessen tlie discontent.
The present Interview ol Mr. Blaine with
the president does not indicate accord or
J lie probability ol (jrant again being
brought forward as a Republican presi
dential candidate is again being discuss
ed. Some Insist that there Is a regular
movement on foot lor this purpose, and
that th . marked attentions lately paid to
Grant nt 1'hiladelnhia are a part ol the
schemo ro concentrate on him for tho
South Carolina Is to be congratulated
upon the lurtner smces nt Uovernor
Hampton's policy, In the erushiug out ol
the ieheine io repudiate the interest on
the state debt. It is known that a large
amount ot that debt is grossly fraudu
lent, bonus to the extent of millions
having been Issued tor the benelit of the
thieves, and tor which the state got no
return. A committee was appointed by
the legislature, now in fes-lon, to inves
tigate the character ot the debt, and sep
arate the lawful from the unlawful bonds.
In !he meantime, the January and July
coupons have to be met, and the propo
sition was made to repudiate the interest.
This was met by a union of the Liberal
Democratic element with the Republican
minority, and an appropriation ol SJTO,
000 lias la'en made to meet the interest.
Thi will do much to restore the credit
ot South Carolina, as the appropriation
Is U that Is needed to pay the coupons
for the present year.
Wiin I a siontliern .'Inn.
(san Franiis.'O bulletin)
The control of the house will fall into
tin hands of the Nmthern Democrat.
Tlty are a large majority of the major
ity and can name their man. The logic
ot miction requires that he should be
ol dearer cut thin Kerr. He ought to be
usjiuchin udvancrof that gentleman as
G(w w of l!uik", and Collax and
Rhine were again ol Cow. A Southern
mai alone w ill till tlie bill. It elected he
il ascend the speaker's rostrum alter a
whrlwiud ot war. James L. Orr of
oith Carolina, wa the last Southern
speiktr. He came iu with Buchanan.
Ill Southern man be now chosen he will
take hi scat af.t r a lapse of twentv
UW- Cadi's, A(!rnmmt, Intern rani-,
nc , promptly uttcieM tj. Iijvi-utions U.ut
a ue n
it ti fittf-nt ilffl t w can muke doner search
el, rl secure pjtmi. rn re promptly and witli
brii an claim lima Vui-n who are ren.me from
end us a
ni o 'I c 1 or
w e make
ex a mi na
tion ft of rharire ari'l mlv?e uu in txitetituliiHty
crn-i)ou'if wr irn:tiy connoiiitiul pur
I'dcM low. AM) Mi
I'A ll.M IS M.U liKli.
V nUr to olliciaK m ihe Patent office
, nnrl to
bvecl'jri in cve:y fuinn the l.'nioii Aildresi
1 . A. 'NOW A CO.
Orroo" Patent uiliee WashiiiKton, D.C
It 1m Worth
To Tery Meier uf t Ins pair who lenita ill tlii
certiUcaw auil jfl we will Inrwanl, lor one year.
"Ilie Ir-mure." a nuKnilteeiil lllualruted
Morthly J.,uina and Ilousekcejier'n Macuiine,
and out ci,y f ,mI a,-vi nn'l eli'Kant premluiu
"AsKINU A BI.KSSIXO,"
A m"teri inv i, the UuMel'tnrf itehool r.f ijenrn
liamtini!, ,y j.rf. Jordan, l.e iV v ex
K'liucl in the l.il,.t atvle of Ihe art. ltctitll
line of, which is , and copy of the lolluw
inn lienmifui ftltm rleacriptive of the chromo, in
eieicuiit lliiinunulcd colors forrraming.
A.vl but wait, good wile, a minute;
I U ive tlrt a word to y i
f'J you know What to daj M
Mullii-r, tiaoiirweliliiiK day!
hit a now. we sat t mip)ier
wln-n the Ktints hail Rone, away)
You , at !), n,e, I tat this elite,
orty jeurH ago to-duy I
Then wlmt iilana we laid togelhcrt
Whai hrave UilnKi I inenut to do I
' oiihl weilrearu to-dv would lliel in
At Uiieilie-incant von?
letter io, no doiilit-und yet I
onietlmca think I ronuot tell
"I our boy-ah, yel 1 know, dir
Vt, He doelli all lliliigi well.
Well we've had our Joya and orrow,
Shureilournuili'S well as tears
And-the tieat of all I've had your
KaitlilUl love for forty year-!
I'oor we've been, but not fornnke u i
in ief we've known, but never uliaaie
l ather forThy )! ' merrlet
nun we blem luy "oiy unum
This is a rare chance.
for yon to make mon
ey We will pay you
larire rah coniinia
aloiaand give you exclUelve territory. Send
uone (Inllar, uvold iinn"Otary correion.
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tuei copitj io rente, none fWe.
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V liberal iliicoiint to t'arher. minuter,
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Theheiilllilcut of us are liable io obstruction
ol tlie bowla. limit neglect tliim it i not
n.-i'. aarry uiilniKu the iwlule with uueon
ilniK In ncli ca-en. 'Ihe effeciivo laiaiive
Inown i Tnrmnt'ii e.Oi'rveiiceiit teltai r Aiieri
em, and it j m h I mo the mortt airiiviiMe. Hi uper
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AT Extra Fine Mixed Cards, with name
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Send for circular of our new double hiilh-r.
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the world thut It Will hull and clean more iti-eilu,
clean il IU- r, that it ia mure ually hniidled
til .ii uu v oilier huller made II (. K 11-TOW N
i.kicCi;h;hi. impi.kmknt mam'kac-
Tl.'ltlNli i:o. , llageratown Md. Agenta wanted
for sale of funic.
tn tOfl P'r day ai home.. Sample worth
IO .U,jfIW), sll.NSO.N4CO., Port
(fill A DAY How to ntaxe it. Nurieiliiiu;
ijil new anil miltalile. ArMrvnt OK YOMih
.t o. nth anil W aluutau. b Jooia lo
carta with name I11,-.
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i'oso or St. An
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Kidney., I.tinqs, I'int-
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Head, liinwonn, Ulcers, Sores,
Jtlicimniti.-iii, Xi'iirnloiu, l'a'm in the
5one.Sidc mill Head, Female Weak-iic-s,
Sterilii v, I-iuconlia-a, ari.-int;
from inU-rnaf ulceration, nnd uterine
disease, Syphilitic and Mercurial dis
ease";, Dropsy, Hvspepsia, Emacia
tion, General Debility, aud for Furi
l'yitia the lilood.
' This Sai-aparilla is n combination of
Dockwith the Iodides
of I'otn.iiun and Iron, and is the
mo-1 ellicacimts medicine yet known
for the diseases it is intended to cure.
Its ingredients are so skilfully
combined that tlie full alterative
elfect ol each is assured, nnd while
it is so mild a.s to be harmless even
lo children, it is still so effectual os
to purpo out from the system those
impurities and corruptions whieli
develop into loathsome disease.
The reputation it enjoys is derived
from its cures, uud the confidence
which prominent physicians all over
the country repose in it proves their
experience of its usefulness.
Certificates aiteslitii its virtues
have accumulated, and are con
Mantly beiii: received, and an many
of these c:'.i'H am publicly kuowu,
they furiii-h convincing evidence of
the superiority of this Sarsaoarilla
over every other alterative medicine.
.So generally is its superiority to any
other medicine known that we used
do uo more thati to assure the public
that the best qualities it has ever
possessed are strictly maintained.
PREPARED li Y
Dr. x. C. AYER 4 CO., Lowell, Mass..
Practical and Auahttcal Chcmlitl.
I0IJ 11V ALL DUUUUIS'rS KVKltYWHEBI.
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A Kfelar induta oftve Mrtlotl f oIIhm, fcu ta Imf r
ti-iy-d in in. ai'itl tr4iinru( or an Vancral, Sexual
andcaronio Luoaaoa ui.a an- etb-r rbMKlaoloaw
Leu 4t a en ptpri u.o. aatl all old rtjlrienu know.
Syphilis. OenorrhiM, Gleet, Stricture, Or
ctiitis, Herrila, er Rupture, all Urinary Diienei
end typhilitio er mercurial iffeelione of the
throat, (kin or bone., art tm4 wlia ooMnllrloa
atloctM, oa UtMt mIimIHo anadpiM. Bortly. rn.auir.
SpermaiorrhcM, 6aual Debility tad Impot
ency,aataa-taUlerBoU'abawla jmtb, atinal eimiM
in matiiror . afa.orothor ".umb. and which Drodaeo aona
of Oj followlnf tff-uui 8-nouaBA-a, aomlaal omUaiona,
obUltr,dltnomolilhl.4.r-oU.. nnaorr. (inplaaoatha
faoo, pb-itcal aesar , a varaloo lo aoeUir o f I rmalaa. ooofoiloa
or Idtaa, loaa ar a.iu.1 pooar, oto.. rtnaerto. Koarrlare
tut paM niauai w ua abota, aaul to aoalM asaakpeo,
for two pooufo auunpa. Cooauiutkoa aa oflica or br nail
boo, aMlBTiud.afrl-odlruUlorBlaoplDloB aoau Botolng.
Wb.D II la lngon.ml.nl to Tblt Uio on air troun.nl,
raadiclnaaoaa ba ml by aiproaa or di.I1 a. vr-wbero. Cura
ablooat-aauaraotard, wb.ro ddttblail.ta lllafraoklfiuud.
UOioa bmrai S A. a. lo 1 1. U. auada;a, li M.tol r.H.
Pamphlet, to ny iddreu, for Two Stimpi.
Bant eealwO. all tbrso, for SO C.ate.
Manhood oad Womanhood In German, both
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Kief ant elolh ana ajllt Vl&int . Bealed for DOo.
Oaar In wouu.rful pan pluturwa, uuo to liiai articlaaoa
tho followlof aubjeauii a bo may marrr, wbo Dot wby.
rroper aia w Barry. Vbonarryllrat, baabooo, wnnaa.
bnod, Phjrteal dtoar Iho aOVcta or oatilicy aa4 aiOHal
Wnotbould marry i Mowlira and baiirlaaaa may ba laaraaud.
Tbo rhyaiolocy at K.pndauUua, aud many Bora, Xaua
anaralira.iKuiurKiM.laaa.rirruia bamaa aawll at
oral eoDTlotloo.u ougbt lo bo road by all adnlt panoai.
than looked up,aotlaia ara.iorioat,aaltUonny
of ro-roadin. It oomaina lb. oream of uodloal llier
ature,Uiouabta fathered In an atnnra pranle., and worth
to aay ooa who am jiva U a oaretul poruaal, tea Umea
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61T St. Chariot Street,
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nal Emibsions end Sexual Debility, with
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call or write) pamphlet or consultation free.
Can refer to the medical profusion In all
parts of the Countqr.
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Orders for Coal by the oar-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
PSTTo large consumers and al
manufacturers, we are prepare
:o supply any quantity, by th
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAMEO CITT COAL COMPART.
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rf Po.t Olllce Drawer. Mai.
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r Int. InU-rmt nut withitrawn ia ailiM Imine
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food." The Churchman, liurttord Coon
St. Nicholas for 1877,
Which opeim with .November, IttTt), belna
A abort and very entertaining aerial lioni
tho Kreuch, "Thu h ingdom ol the Ureedy,"
a clnry adapted to the f hauk(;lvlng icaaou.
Aoothur nerlul, ol abaorblnj; lutereat to bo t.
"HIS OWN JIASIKK,"
By J. T. 'frowbridife,
author or the "Jack Hazard Storiea," be
ginn in the Clirlalmua Holiduy umber.
lleridcn serial torle, tbrimioaa toriei
lively ketches, pocnn and picture Ir the
holla iy, and aome aatouiabliiK iliutrat!oiiH
of Oriental sj'ortii.with dritwinga by Hi ame-a
The Christmas Holiday Number of
Superbly illuHlrntcd, contains a very Inter
i' ml on paper,
"illE BJVS OF MY B0VU00U,"
Hy VlIlinra Cullen llryant ;
"The Home Hotel." a lively article, by
C'harlea A. Itiiruard, splendidly Illustrated ;
'lli Clock in the aky," by Hirhurd A.
Proctor ; "A C'briatma J'lay for Moiuee or
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Durlni; the year there will be liitercMIni
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.lutio li. Wbiltier, I hornan ilugliei, Willi' m
iluwilt, Dr HoiUnd, (ieiiiK Mm Donald,
Sanlord It. Hunt, rrulik II, htocklou, and
'i'licre will be abiriea, tkctchea,, and
poem, of pedal intcreat to gtrla, by liar
net rrcMiott Spi.tlord, Sna.n C'oolidiie,
t-tiati Winter Kelloi-if, Klizafietb Muart
i uiopi, i.ouin ah: ni, iucretia r. jjale
-ri. imiirr, mry jiapea txiogo, an
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ciin be naia to equal Him cnoice pro Jiulbio
of .SCkMNEH' preaa. AU the artielet,
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'llio London Daily Sen myn: "We wtfh
e rould point out it, equal lu our own
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oOOD NKWS KOIl BOYS AND (ill'
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Jan. 1. 177, THE MVI.NU A(.K enfert upon
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and with codntaiitlv Incrt-uaiiig aucecaa.
In U", li Will furniah to IU rttnltra the pro
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