Newspaper Page Text
GOING TO SCHOOL.
GOING TO SCHOOL. BY ANNA WILMOT.
Dear little Ann Bell
Going to school.
Thinking of maiuma's words,
' 'Break not a rote ' '
ThlnJBag of mamma' words,
'Kind be and true ;
Learn every lesson well
Given to yon."
COKING FROM SCHOOL.
little Anna Ben
: from i
rom school :
he mamma' s words
Heeded she mamma's words
"Kind be and true :
Learn every lesson well -Given
. Heme ward aha trim.
Eves full of liffht :
Cheeks red as roses.
And footsteps so light ;
Sweet are the kisses
That wait for her lips ,
Sweet as the nectar
The honey-bee sips.
- - voauni
A curious experiment is said to
hnva haan reeentlv Derformed in
France to ascertain whether fishes
can live in great depths of water
The fish were placed in a vessel ol
water made to contain four hundred
atmospheres, under which they lived
and n reserved their health. It is
therefore concluded that the fishes
penetrate to very great depths in the
ocean wiin impunity.
"What's the nse of sufferinsr intol
erable miser v for from weeks to
months with a "Cold in the Head,
when Dr Sara's Catarrh Remedy
gives immediate relief, and will pre
manentlv cure all such cases, and
costs only fifty cents for a package
which prepares one pint of the medi
cine. Sold by druggists, or send six
ty cents to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Euffalo
N. Y., and get It post free.
Should occasion require you to pur
chase that well-known remedy, B.
A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge be par
ticularly careful to see that the lnl
tials are B. A. This is the article
that has been so favorably known
since 1829, and purchasers must In
sist on having it. If they do not
wish to have an imitation forced up
In numbers there is safety. It was
upon this principle that the formula of Jo'
son's Mountain Hiss Pills was prepared
Dr. Judsoa. intending to- spend a fortune
in advertising his pills, submitted his re
olpe to the revision of the most intelligent
and ssamnd physicians of the age, and
the result Is a simple but most ef
ficacious medicine the Jndson's Mountain
Herb Pills. They purify the blood, remove
all ohairnntiona. cleanse the akin of all Dim
ples and blotches, and are perfectly sure and
sale in meir operation, xae juubud b aiuuu
tain Herb Pills oure Blllioasness, Female lr
reanilai ltiea. Headaohe. and maav of the dls
eases arisinr from lDroure Mood and a derang
ad diveation. Use the Jndson's Mountain
Herb Pills . and when yon have proved their
virtue recommend them to your friends . They
are both sugar-coatea ana plain, nor saie ev
I call this ointment "Salt jBheum" because
it has such a wonderful power of allaying that
sharp acrid discharge from the surface of the
body which by common consent is named Salt
Bheum. Whether this depends on climate
sot), or some peculiarity of the Individual
have never been able to determine; I only know
that I have a certain oure for it, and have re
ceived thousands of letters from parties un
known to me, who give me all manner of
timwVii tor the comfort and solace which this
Ointment has been to them.
It is particularly adapted for the Western
States, as it gives a healthy oleaginous surface
to the skin, and neutralizes the acids of the cu
ticle which are exalted to aotion by the varying
Influences of heat, wind and moisture. Hence
It ha proved a oure for all diseases of the skin
dependant oa too much heat and Inflammation
such as Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Bore
Byes Barns and Scalds for which it is in
valuable, Chafing or any part of the body, on
man or beast. Sore Nipples, Nursing Sore
Mooch. Old Sores. Inflammatory Flies,
Venomous Bits : Dryness of the Scalp
nd Loss of Hair when the head is hot or cov
ered with dandruff, and all Skin Diseases of
a hot itchy or inflammatory nature.
The beat Emollient for the Complexion
Jt give yon a large bottle full , Dee It freely;
Bab It In well. " "
, Sold by U Druggist. Price 50 cts.
Manufactured by I
Fresh, pure air is a vitalizing elixir. Whoever
la debarred by circumstances from un restrict
ed access to this invisible , but powerful s tim
nlant, needs a medicinal invigorant of some
kind. The great object should be to choose
the best. Popularity is a pretty good guaran
tee of merit in this scrutinising and intelligent
ace, and tried by (bis criterion Hoatetter's
StomachBitters stands first among the in vigor
ating and regulating medicines of the present
day. To the wants of persons engaged in in
door employments, especially In crowded
factories where even ;vith the bast possible
ventilation toe atmosphere la always in some
degree polluted, this salubrious vegetable tonic
is peculiarly aaaptea. 'Ane nature or tne in
arredienta is no mystery . It consists of an ab
. nasastakr tare riiaissas sriraet"!.. tincture
or rather surenanred with the fluid extracts
of sanatous roots and barks and herbs. The
pharmaoopoaia has its tsnctnjes, bat what are
thev 1 The luice of only a single root
bark or plant is present in each. Not one
them combines te three properties of a tonic
an alterative, and an aoerient. All these ele
ments are blended in theBittters ;nor are these
the sum of its medicinal recommendations.
is also a blood deDurent and antispasmodic
The baleful effect which air that baa been
partially exhausted of its oxygen by frequent
breathing proanoes on tne vital organization,
la notorious, and when to this devitalized at-
mostphere is superadded the mepbitic vapor
not air iurnacea, u Decomes aeietenous ana
denreasins in the extreme.
To enable the svs-
tam to bear uo. even for a few hours eaoh
against the debilitating influence of a vitiated
atmosphere, a wholesome tonio and alterative
is urgently required. This grand disideratum
U supplied in Uostetter's Bitters, which as
strength-sustaining, health-protecting agent
uas no rrvat eitner among omoinai or aaver
Used medicines .
awarded to snbscribers
Worth from 81. SO
subscribers and eaenta for Wiud'i Hnrsi-
xou Maoazlsx, the largest and bet Dollar Monthly
in the world. Similar prizes to be repeated soon.
Full particulars in March Number, For sale by
Newsdealer, or sent with Catalogneof Premiums
e oefpt of S3 wntt. Address, 8. . WOOD, New-
burgn. Slew x ora.
Dr. Mansfield's Turkish Svrup
Warranted to cure. Price
t Main street, Worcester, sYsss
To Tax LAOTxe. Madams Bonafonr's Cordial Bahn
OISTnoum wr ivuAieoompuunii, fcUO WIWl tuxu U1UBI
reuahle remedy ever known. Warranted In all cases
Pries ss, witti directions, sant by express to any
lWMalnstreet, Worcester. Mass.
and others Interested In Patent
Business should aertress Edsoh
Baos.. Patent Lawyers And Solicitors, an a ixth-bt.
Wasbiiston, D. D., for advice ana circular.
m PatMUnhtalnllH nr Tin r.hlLr&P.
Letter frosa Hon. D. C. Hollowat, fbrmer Commis
sioner of Patent, dated Washington, March 90, 1868 :
1 ch sundry commend to all persons who may have
business In the Patent Office the flrjn or Edson Bros.,
as gentlemen ofpromr business habits, and In every
respect worthy of confidence.
I concur in the above. T.C. TnxAXXE,late Com. Pats.
Perfect Safety in Burning Kerosene Oil.
Silver Light Burners.
an itilma. niivcrv licht : is the only
burner mat produces flame free from odor
and smoke ; being a ronnd flame, with danble
draught, it forms perfect combustion . jb has
a eatery moe, insuring n ...cj hkbuu, ju,avu
oils. The ohimneys are imported and war
ranted flreproot. uan oe appueu to any ifiup
in nse. Konc geniune unless they have a Singe
for filling. '
price 01 no. i journer, ooaue-uwmjr, x ui -
Shade, two Chimneys SI GO-
No. -2 do. do. do. do a 00
Bv enclosing the above price, ana cts. aa-
ditional for expressage, we will send either
size, or both, to the nearest express station .
........ . . . ... . . . . i r . xt V
August Gast fc Co.,
Engrave Bonds, Maps. Commercial
wjkt"B have the handsomest and most salca
Wf ,i Pie.tnrlal Familv Hecord" out.
which we furnish to agents at SO, 00 per doz.,
prepaid., Address, AUO. 6 AST CO ..
X Vllt jv. uv"M
HOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE
NEW YORK WEEKLY
Thj. rtoPLE's Favorite Joubjtai..
The Most Interesting Stories
Are always to be found in the ''
NEW YORK WEEKLY
At present there are
SIX GREAT BTOBIJSB
running through its columns; and at east
One Story is Begun every Month
Hew snbscribers are thus sure of having the
commencement of anew continued story , no
matter when they subscribe lor me
NEW YORK WEEKLY.
Each number of the NEW YORK WEEKLY
contains Several Beauurui illustrations, uou
ble the Amount of Beading Hatter of any pape:
of ita class, and the Sketches. Short Stories
Poems, etc. , are by the ablest writers of Amer
ica and Europe . The
NEW YORK WEEKLY
does not con fine its uaelulness to amusement ,
h t nnbl iRhea a arreat ouantity of really Instruc
tive Matter, in the most condensed form. The
N. Y. WEKBXY DEPARTMENTS
have attained a high reputation from their
brevity, excellence, and correctness.
Tun Phasast Pabaqbafqs are made up- oi
the concentrated wit and humor oi many minds.
Tux EsowLKOai Box is confined to useful
information on all manner of subjects.
Tax Nxwa Iixms give in the fewest words
the most hotable doings all over the world.
Thx Gossip with Cobrispohdekts contains
answers to inquiries upon all imaginable sub
An Unrivaled Literary Paper
New York Weekly.
Each issue contains from EIGHT to TEN
STORIES and SKETCHES. and HALF A DOZ
EN POKMS, in ADDITION to the SIX SERIAL
SLUKLBS ana sue vakieu uisrAiiiJiiiiMS
The Terms to Snbscribers :
One Year einzte oonv .Three Dollars
" ' Four copies ($2 50 each) TenDollarB.
jtigut copies t wenty Dollars
Those sending eso for a club of Eight, all
sent at one time. wiU be entitled to a copy
rati. Getters-up of clubs can afterward add
single copies at so eacn. jarail
BTBEET St SMITH, Proprietors,
No. 5K Fulton Street. N. Y.
FARMERS AND MECHANICS
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORE.
Office, No. 2 OO. Broadway.
CASH CAPITAL, $125,000.
One hundred thousand dollars deposited wit
aaiawaOTe aeparxrueni oi me scateuar toe
protection OTThe policy holders.
Ail the officers and directors, without an ex
ception, are stockholders, and will take good.
care mat tne proper reserves ior runner p-o-tecti
on of the policy holders will be made
This company makes a cash dividend to its
policyholders, of S3 1-2 to 50 per cent each
year in advance, by means of its low rates of
premium. The safety of the policy holder is
guarded. All New York companies are obliged
oy ue state to Let aaiue tue same reserve
Tne reserve for eaoh company ia the sarre
calculated upon the same table of mortality
ana at tue same rate oi interest, consequently
ail axv saie.
CONDITIONS OF POLICT.
This company charges no policy fee.
This company's policies are non-forfcita
This comDany imooBes no restrictions on
travel alter one annual payment has been
This company Insures the lives of females.
This company will not contest any leiral
This company will pay claim as soon ss tb
proof thereof la fully established .
The rates are lower than those of any other
company organized under the laws of New
xorx, arm responsirne to tne insurance .De
partment (or its saiety .
The Farmers' and Mechanics' will srrantin
surance to suit on tne loitowing ptanst :
Joint Endowment ,
And in addition to the above plans will issue
policies on the
"Tontine Mutual," or
Cheap Plan for Working Men.
Tontine Mutual is a combination of msur
ance and Endowment. and is singularly
adapted to the wants of a class of people who
have hitherto been debarred from the benefits
of Life Insurance by its heavy expenses, and
thus life insurance is popularized and made
superior to deposits in a savings bank.
To insure your life on ihe. Tontine Mutual
Plan you pay $15 once.
You pay $2 annually.
You pay $110 whenever a death occurs
your class .
You are sure to receive $1 ,000.
And if your class is full $5,000.
Classes are regulated by ages.
Both sexes admitted in the same class.
All have to pass a Medical examination.
Cllasses are limited to 5,000 members.
Whenever a class is once full it is intend
ed to keep it always full by filling
the vacancy whenever a death
occurs, by a new appli
cant ofthe same age.
The Company guarantees that in case your
death should occur within a year, although
there are not one thousand members in your
class, yet will your family receive $1,000 ; but
in case your Class has more than one thousand
members then you would receive as many dol
lars as there are members in your class at the
time of your death.
Five thousand Members
Class A Admits all between the ages of
Class B. Admits all between the ages of
Class C. Admits all between the ages of
iit the same time that you become insured,
you also become
A MEMBER OF THE TONTINE FOND,
Which may give to yourself, whilst living
large sum ol money.
This is the only Company in the United
States doing business on this cheap plan,
a sound basis, i. e. that has a oash capital
$1.25,000 and that has a deposit with the State
lor the security. of the Policy Holder."
Send for Book of Rates,
All Directors arc Stockholders.
All Oflicers are Stockholders.
E. McCURDY, President.
E. MARTINDALE, Vlce-Pres.
J. MEANDER STARR, Sec'V.
WM. HENDERSON, Asst. Sec'y.
Lucius McAdam, Consulting, Actuary.
O. L. Stewart, Counsel.
J. W. Henry, M. D. Rodman Barllett M. D.
Persons desiring to act as agents will write
Farmer's and Mechanics' Life Insurance Com
pany or call at the office, 200 Broadway, N. Y.
IT IS DESIGNED FOR YOU.
Farmers, Mechanics, Miners,
SAVE YOURSELVES i
Time, Trouble, andVexation,
W fM . W
"VTO MORE LACING or breaking of laces
JL3I Sold by all boot and shoe dealers
fnr them rhev will nlpnan vou.
The use of strings has always been a great
source oi annoyance, in tne'-cnampionnoe--
tnis is ail avoiuea. Deintr constructed on pre
cise1 v the same ortneitdeas the ordinarv boot.
it nas an tne noia ana oearinir noon me 1001
that is necessary to keep it in its place without
lacing. ine seams are at anon pomes as can
never hurt the feet, and the part Above the
counter needs only to be closed by a simple
buckle and strap to keep out dirt and rubbish ;
saving time, trouble, and vexation to the
wearer. Thev have been thoroughly tested.
and maintain the good reputation they have so
Justly acquired. They are now being sold in
nearly eleven nnnarea places, ana are giving
universal satisfaction. They are made in the
most durable manner, and every pair war
ranted. Manufactured solbxy by the BAT STATE
SHOE AMU JLK.VTUEH ju., o'J ana 34 vesey
Street Sew York. Address
A. BALLARD SON .
Meow (y .j, n O. Box 5000, Mew York
RAMS DELE NOEWAT OATS.
Worth of Books for Nothin
V.Musleal Pioneer for':
is naves ot choice Music and interesting Mis
cellany in each number. Well printed on fine
Daner. Only 50 cents per annum, in aavance.
Splendidly Illustrated Books for Premiums.
Circulars with list of premiums and specimen
copy of Pioneer sent on receipt of stamp. F.J.
UUHTDWXON fit lo. , ow xroume BLxeet, x. . a
Special Catalogue of SKEDS , either hole-
sale or Retail, sent to applicants
on receipt' of Stamp.
Onrkrre f!.talAn. of terlenlturnl Imnle-
m.ati, Machines and Small Tools Is a hand
some volume of about 300 paces , containing near
sou illustrations ot tne newest ana Desi ioi
'arm and Household n.e. and Is sent, post-paid by
mall, on recent of $1 ; bat we will refund this on re
ceipt of the first Order for bar goods; Address all let
ters lo n. .1 . Al.l.t-1 OK
P. O. Box 376, New York.
N. B. Ifvoa want anvthinz for use on your Farm
and a itimn tonti and we will either write von tb
desired Information, or send yon a special circular
wnicn we issue a large numuer.
Unparalleled Inducements for Subscrib
Pomeroy's Democrat for 1870 will
be the beat newsnaner ever printed. It has
now a larger circulation than ever before the
lamest circulation oi any political paper ever
printed, and is now so firmly established
cannot bv any possible means fail.
air. I'omerov.rsaitor ana frourietor.wni de
vote ms entire time and attention to editorial
and literary labor for the Democrat alone, each
week addina: to tne power, interest, wortn.anu
variety ol tne reading-matter it win contain.
v ltn tne people to pace mm aouuoant means
at his owu disposal, he is devoting his life
this paper, the people who support it, the
cause it advocates, and the principles it de
fends, without fear, favor, or hope for re-
Read the terms and inducements!
In addition to its political worth, the Demo
crat will each week contain :
Pomeroy's Saturday Night Chapters .
Letters of Correspondence.
Editorials on different topics.
Pomeroy's Social Chat with Friends .
Terence McGrant's Letters.
Full Market, Produce, and Money Reports .
a apienuiu masonic oepatuiieot.
Happings Here and There .
Brief items of Satire. News. Sarcasm and
iwscriuuvH Liettera oi ravel.
Occasional "Pomerov Pictures of New York
A First-Class Agricultural Department.
In short, everything to make it the best arid
most reaaaoie paper in tne united otates.
Politically it will be the Democratic red-
hot and reliable, earnest and continuous in
war against the bonded interests of the coun
try, ana aeterminea in its lauors ior tne earn
est Democracy which believes in the restora
tion ana not in tne reconstrueuon ot tue Gov
ernment, 'i :
Thanklul to those who, .in every Slate
the Union. and almost every county of the Uni
ted States, have so generously sustained The
Democrat, beiore its removal to sew xork,
and since, we offer the following premiums
as an evidence ot gratitude to .nose wno for
ward, from time to time, subscribers :
Single copies, per year $2
Ten copies, one year to oae postofiioe
writing the names of the subscribers on each
paper), and one copy for the year to the one
who sends us the club $20
Twenty copies, one year, toonepoatofncewe
writing tue uaiue ui buoaoriuera on eacn pi
per, with an extra copy for the year, ana
copy of each of Pomeroy's two books, 4 SenseJ
and "Nonsense." to the eetter-UD of
Anirty copies, one year to one postofficc (we
writing the names of subscribers on each pa
per,) with two extra copies for the year, and
a copy of eacnorromeroy's books, "Sense,
nonsense, ana 'Saturday Aignt, " a new
book now in press, to the getter-uu of club.
WilcoxAGibba Sewing Machines as Premiums
r or 50 suuscnoers, wim iii, a s.iti machine.
For 60 subscribers, with 120, a 60 machine.
For 65 subscribers, with 130, a 100 machine
For 100 subscribers, with 200, a 100 machine.
If- youjeannot conveniently raise subscribers
enougn us entitle you to a waciune, as a jur
mlnni, send what you can, with two doflai
for each subscriber so sent, and the balance
cash lor such priced machine as you mav de
sire, when the paper and machine will be sent
For example, where thirty snbscribers and
$00 are sent, it will require $20 in cash in ad
dition to the subscription money to purchase
a $30 macnine ; or, ior iortv siipscribers and
$80, sixteen dollars additional wili be requir
ed u purchase the same priced machine, and
soon in proportion.
We offer these unrivalled machines, believ
ing them to be the simplest, most durable, use
ful and desirable sewing machines in
world, with a view to giving workingmen,
deserving women a chance to obtain a machine
for much less money than in any other possi
ble way .
There is hartliy a township in the United
States, a person can in a day or two, earn
himself a surmiy machine actually worth
price asked for it Ihe same as sold, when pur
chased of Wilcox and Uihb3, ihe manufactur
ers. In many oases a few gentlemen might
their names to us as subscribers, re
ceive for themselves The Democrat each week,
and a machine for some posr widow or other
deserving woman, thus giving her the power
toe are for herself, and family , and live indepen
dent. Each machine we send out will be perfect,
and of the very beat.
Address ail letters on business connected
with the office to C. P. Sykes, Publisher,
O. Box, 5.217, N. Y.
Letters on political matters ahould be ad
dressed to M . M . Pomeroy , and if the. writer
wishes them to be seen only by the person
whom they arc addressed, they should
marked, when, ifMr. Pomeroy is not in
they will be lorwarded to him lmnie-
dialely by mail, express, or special
In ordering papers, be careful to write
names of subscribers with the postoffice.
State very plain, that there
may be no mis
takes in entering names or forwarding pape
Retail price ol the paper when sold by news
dealers or newsboys, six cents.
Additions can be made to clubs at $2
Specimen copies sent free.
In forwarding sums of money for clubs
subscribers, drafts or money orders should
be used, as, if lost or stolen, they can
duplicated, and no financial loss will be sus
tained by the parties interested.
C. 1. SYKES, Publisher,
P. O. Box 5.217, Inew York City.
s lMTIClThe Eugenia is the most useful article
liAlllblSevei' ln"enicd for your use. Cljcalars
UaVlUV, Mrs. Morgan, P. O. Box, u8,
TJRfJSSING'S VINKGAR-Askyour grocer
for Prossing's Pure Cider Vinegar.
It la pure
ihl umrr'iTitn.l tn nr.iTVt' n
remlum awarded at the 0. S. Falr.Ill. State Fair,
hlcago Fair. Largest Works in theU.S. Established
48. CHAS. U. It. I'KUSSINO.aw anu 11 Dtate-Bt.,vuiva0.
CAUTION! St. Louis Advertisements.
tnmox Bauxctm. L. A . PkAtt.
1 fjecond and Walnut 8ts.,
irnum & Pratt. ST. LOUIS, MO.
BENDER & ETZEL,
Importers and wholesale dealers, have
the largest stock of
NOTIONS & FANCY GOODS,
T0Y6 & SHI ALL WIRES,
Ever offered in the West.
No. 502 North Main Street,
Bet. Tine St., Washington Ave., St. Louis.
To be given away by the
$25,000 Brown Stone House,
$18,000 X3sr C3-OXjID
$20,000 in Greenbacks.
EVERY purchaser ofOBe bor of the MYRTLE
SOAP COMPANY'S EXTRA FAMILY SOAP, will
have oae chaneeJntne distribution of tne ioiuwing
namea prizes: r iib , ui, a dj,u obiw c i, vwi
in Brooklyn, New York, located on Thirlst.. No. 5JS,
within two saoarss of Prospect Park, containing flf-
teenoom., and combining all the Improvements of
a well built modern city residence. A notice is post
ed on the hoate, givfijfsn opport unity to all PeiHons
to visit ana inspect tag pro pen. jr 1 'VJL
Second Prise !.
Third " lug
8 prizes s&o c-uc.n - H
so - IS " 9
ISO 15 - 3.4M
90S " 10 MB
;30o " 5 u..l..lr,v.ifc....-- xjsar
2500 Prizes i5.00
Being one prize TO twenty cnancea mawpqnurii l oi
the flrsl grand prize, IB wblth all have an equal chance
THE ItYRTLEBOAP COMPANY, of the city of
New YorK, USVe.S era eftaouanea uuuw
n with the sale of thin particular lot of FIFTY
isivn tioXF.fi.ior the USM nose of moreexten
slvety advertutng and lntroduetDg their SOAP, by an
immediate ulatrioutlon amoDxM.00 families through
oat the United States, where Is not already knon
Q. Connaent thai ana. ooap is in rea uy lira
AM1LY W ASH1HQ BO AP in m-e. Th Co
have decided to make this outlay In order to
increase tneir aireauy extensive oubiuet.3.
imlly must Uavo Soap, and tbe Mfrtte Spap
er boxes containing lo ponnos or tneir
soap for FIVE uuLlsjpernox,eervDoi uif;i
wUI go as far in a fudly as an 80 poond , Hex of ordi
nary soap. Thus, every purchaser ol a box, obtains,
not onlv mora value for SS than r-oald be cot m anv
other soap, bnt la addition, secures one cfauuae la
twenty ol Deconru
r of lrom 85 to T WEN
Till IIISAWTjTJOLLARB. watch In fact will
nni fna ik. fortnnil. nmnn one cent. Everv fanrfrv
should purchase a hoi of this soap without delay. Ot
COUXSe WlfcU BUCU liui'iat luuu. cmuM lauiuu. .
hnvinflrranldlv. Theoblectof the company belnit to'
distribute the soap over as great an extent of country
8 possible. It
plan, go Into anj
ot will be sold to
n taat too dwi; ot ute oexeo
any one locality. Only one
box of this lot
one lamuy. xaeioiiow-
lng Express Coropanies by speetsl
tr-rich t ral
our soap ay tneelngle noxat
Adams t-.xp V04 UBlteu Mai
" in Shu I
A Co.: Kattoaal Exp.: Ameri.
liy ireicat nnea ui t-o. 0:1 v. v ljco, win
averave about one lialf cent per pound.
The Ave dollars msy-be sent by KXreRwllh -azi or
der to sPad a boxofto by rernrn Bkpreaasor llinai
be sent by poet omce Boary oroow uran ODHewj
York, with dlrecUori
Any person gsuuxei
will receive an satraasg
rirawlni. free nf rharm
club of twenty families,
lncludfnga-ehance- !n the
We will on receipt of the money, forward a bill re
ceipted ana numoerea, Keeping incorrect rncoruoi
Name of each purchaser and tne
the lot Is closed out we canUcTl
her. A drawing will then tie had on the plan of the
Royal Havana Lottery, wnicn is use moat oorrect ana
Imnartiftl nian known to. the nubile
i be notuim waenTBSurawinE win taite niaocf
that those who 'wish, maybe present. But whetki
present or not, the Interest of each and all will
fruarded aTffce, and ttic fortunate persons notified im
mediately after the orawlnr.
The fleed of the fano
Toyi Horsa Is deposited
with the Safe DsposU Co
No. 146 & 118 Broad-
way, jn . I .
In trust for the lucky winner of the first
CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT,
No. 12.3S4. '
AMOUNT rNSTBTO, - - - Ml
THE SAFE DETOSTT COMPANY,
OF irrw TOES,
116 and 118 Broadway, oor. Liberty street.
FRANCIS H. JENKS, Pres't.
Fbkdeeick Fostir, Sec'y-
Knrplvwl. Wev York. Jan. 18, 1870. fromtne Myrtle
Soap Co., a deed of a brown stone dwelling, situated
on tbe north side of Third street (N'o. 585.1 In the city
of Brooklyn, Kings county. New York, for account
Whom it may concern, ior bale eeimi wiin ana
tills company, for the sum of twonty-nva thoonaaa
dollars, lawful money, to which amount tne responrrK
blllty of this company In regard to tki. .depoali
Signed by FRANCIS H. JENK8. President
Counteralprned by Frepkbick Foster, Secretary.
The integrity and honorable management of the
Myrtle Soap Company of Ne wfYoik
is voached for by many welMtnawn gentlemen, a few
of whose names we mention below :
Hon. Walter ilarriman, tr-bovi of N cw Hampshire.
Hon V. T WehRti-r. 'ew York.
Hon. Oalasha A. Qrow, Ex-SpeakerU. S. Hesse
Major John L. Woods, St. Lords, Mo.
George W. French, Esq., Agent South Shore Line,
Hon. N. O. Ordway, Sergt-at-arms ft. s. House
itcyreaenuLLL ca. , I n,n I tn.'
All communication? arid remittances must be made
to TINKHAM, BCOTT 4 CO.,
Commission Merchants, 70 Murray St., W. Y.
Agents Myrtle Soap Go.
N.B. One reliable business man In every town
wanted, to act as local stent. T. S. A Co.
All proposals for advertising the above siust
made toLEBS A. CO'S. Great Western Newspaper Ad
vertising agency, 107 and 109 Wale ut street. St. Louis,
Mo: ' . n . - . i . I f . . i
OUR FATHBR'S HOISB.
or "The TThwrlttcn Word," by the popular author
His last-work's Immense sale makes certain this
one's success. All who have one want the other.
Rose-tinted paper. Steel Engravings. Clergymen,
Teachers, energetic men aud ladies wanted In every
township to act as agents. A paying business. Send
for circular. XKIIiLEK.McCTRDY oi CO.
5Q3 N. Sixth street, St. Louiii. -Mo.
Improved Aluminium Bronze
HUNTING CASED WATCHES.
$16, $17, -$18, $20,
$22, $25, tor Ladies
from $3 to
Ladies' chains, $8
rililK Improved Alsmlnlam Bi
metal differing: entirely from any ever of-
rered to tue public. Its qualities ana resem
blance to Gold are such, that even Judges
have been deceived. It has seriously occu
pied the attention of scientific men and has not
only called forth the eulogiiims of the press in
consequence ot its peeular properties out has
also obtained a Gold Medal at tbe Paris Ex
position. The movements are well finished,
perfectly regulated, and as they are all aaanu
factnred in our Fwctory at Icle, Switzer
land, 1 am able to warrant them as excellent
time keepers. Prices for Ladies'
and Cents.' sizes according to
finish, 16, 17. 18, 20, 22 and 26
dollars. Cents." chains from$3
to SS. Ladles' chains from $8
upwards. Each Watch warrant
ed for one year by a special cer
tificate. Goods sent by express C. O. D.
Expreas Agents will allow the goods to be
examined before taken, upon payment of
charges both ways. Parties ordering will
please write plainly name of Town, County
and State. Circular sent on application.
JULES D. HUGUENIN VUILLKMIN,
42 & 44 Nassau St. , New Yore City, doors
from General Post Office.
rnfTMTATW DDnT W.ltes three pages with
rUUillsUil rilll one dtp. Huns smooth
Qnd MinL-piLflnp u.-ritinw. tliihl v riTfim mended bv
using them, Onlift cents per dozen. Two sample
Pens for 10 cenurddreasE B. CHESTEK, Had
oay where you saw this advertisement.
St. Louis Advertisements.
Has the Patent Reversed Wooden grane
Bridge. patentFull IronFrame anrtFatcntniag
onal sustaining bar and compound Wrestplank.
1W Patent Anon Piano remains in tune long
er and has the best quality of tone of ary Pi-
It was awarded the 1st premium over.-iwsnway
Ohickering and others, at theFairof the Ameri
can InRtitntnrDNowTork, after a blindfold trial
The Patent Anon f lanos are Augits
n.Tuinn tfx.VE Price LiOWXX . THAN
axv other FmaT Ciwiss IxsTBUMaX, aud
Wabbantkd for a Lira Tiirt.
PARLOR CEM PIANO.
Full sevenOctaves,over StrungBraas elegant
ly finished and has all the late improvements.
Thi. Piann i a H Mti d ed b v all teacuerS and am-
un,. in be the Mat Piano for the price in the
World. This Piano is so low ia price that hard
times can not a fleet it. Money" Invested in the
Parlor Gem is better than twenty per cent. In
terest. Agents wanted everywhere.
A. J. VIELE,
Wholesale and Retail Agent at the Masio
Store of J. L. PETERS & CO., S12 N. Fifth
Street, St. Louis, Mo.
THE ESTEY COTT A,G-E
AND NEW HAVEN
Are the standard reed instrument of the age.
eontaining the Pttent Harmonic attachment.
Manual Sub Bass Patent Knee Swell, Patent
Organ Bellows, Patent Heed Hoard, Paieat Ju-
Oliane anax'atent voxnumana ireruoio.
PRICES, SJ50 TO SI, 000.
Every instrument warranted.
AGEHT8 wabted nr e tebt oottkty.
Send for Circular .
A. al. VIELE.
General Western Agent at Music Store of .J
L. PETKES A CO., 212 North Filth Street, St.
rt-Churches, clergymen and teachtra lib
erally dealt with .
in ordering please state what paper you saw
una aoventsement in .
im: i l l t o in- l i s
rpKiSATSSUOCateFULLy AUTPiUVApC AHD
M, Rorvettfl ataeMea, ivpnius.
Umftt, akin or bones, am well u
or lTittrftict traaiuient : also id
bt. AC. The Doctor in a resralar i
dae, as diploma at his office wili show.
a nuunn tb nowpicai ana
I passed hi this or anv other
tlea asp ii n nr.
k tUas of city pa
pexs proTe mat, ne nas Dean Meueu uerv rpnere
ears tai&a anv other so aiiverTiatlnfr. Thitji!i
mept, library, laboratory and appo!VneQts arc
rivaled in the West, unsurpassed anywhere, i
with experience, can be relied anon, and tne Dm
upon, and the Doctor
cnTCXsr to niaas- pnyndans or this ana other cities,
and many reputable residents. In oast success and
present position he stands without competitor. Pa-
uenis see me aoctor in person privately. txinmonl
cattoas conndcntlai. No mercury used. Curse (rasr
an teed. A firienatr talk will coat nothJna;. otnee
central, yet retired-No. 61 St. Charles street,
Louts. Hours 9 a. m. to 7 p. m., Sundays excepted.
. Steaied pamphlets for two stssnps.
E. P. GBA.Y,
BOOKSELLEK & STATIONEK,
S03 Fourth St. . ST. rOTJIS.
-Wholesale Departments J 1 St.Charles-st.
,JOOKS rorwardfed by mail free of poitajre,
S3 on receipt of retail price, tf
. XI. !S JL JJHi,
Wholesale Dealer in
. . -1
BOOTS & SHOES,
s n . x. o xj is, jvt o
BAGS AND BAGGING,
For Millers, Grocers, Farmer, and Merchant. Gun
nies, Uurlaps, Seamless Baas, TwmeA, Ac., c. Ware
house 17 X. Main treet, Bt. Ixrala, Mo.
A Book for the Million.
A ' nVrvato
tJie i.. u t
or tliOBc about
to' marry, on the physlolorlcal psysterieft
rcvemuoM oi tire sezuai system, wuu tne latest ain
cuv cries in prouucinjr anu preyeuim;
jvectuix oU'spring, pr
Tiils ta an fnterestirtr
serving me couiDiexion. c
work of 224 Dazes, with numerous eiiLTavinaaatid
oontalus valusbre informatloafor taose wb art i.
rled or contemplate marriage ; still It Is a book that
ought to he under lock and ttytuil not laid carelesa
Jy about the bouse. Sent to may one i free drposta.ee)
for 50 cts. Address Dr. Butts Dispensary, tio. 12
1U1 street, Bt, Louis. Uo,
jNotice to tne Amicteu ana unfortunate.
lore applying tothenotorhDuaQuacks who edver
n public papers ot using any Qnack Uemedles
Be Dr. Butts work, no matter what your disease
peruse Dr. Butts' work.no matter what yo
ft9r now deplorable your condition. Dr
DeTonsuitea, personally or oy man, on t
mentioned in his works. OtfBse, No. 12 N.
LOOK TO TOUR tUlMUK.N.
( cures colic and griping in
VVhttt-oinb'e the bowels, and fat ill talus
Srup. f the process of teething.
Mr.. t Subdues uin.Dl.lAti, uul
I'rire, WhltcomVs overcomes an diseases Incl
gyrap. ( dent to lnfanu & children. '
. Mrs. ) Cores drarrsea, dyaentery )
A hllcomh's and summer complaint In)
Kvrun. J children of all asree. "
It U the Great Intant'B and Children's Soottilnir Hem
edy in all disorders broneht on by teething or any oth
er cause. Prepared by the
Grafton Mrnrcrrnt Co, flt Loaia, Mb.
Bold by diTafglsts anddeaiers in medicine everywhere.
i'LL DO YOU GOOD.
By claanslne the blood and arouslnc the
InfT the live. .
s healthy acdon. taete'
a secretive oraans lo a neauni
lis cure many complaints whic
pposed they could reach, snob as Headsobed
In (he side, Nambneaaol the hands and feet,'
fappedte. Bilious Dysentery . Kidney aBsetions,'
tlnn. nf ltn fnnr.tlnna. Reiner free imm m.,,i
lor other poisons, they can be taken at all Qsmr
lnd under all circumstances without regard tni"
Janet or business.
l-riee K wnw a wx. i npHW WJ tue wraltonl
Medicine Co, St Louis. Mo.
Sold by druggists and dealers in medicine every
American Bell Co.
the business of the
American Bell Com
pany , all orders should
now be addressed
8ead for Circulars.
JAB. L. HAVEN 4 CO,
Ho. 140 Walnut St..
Is &rant Cigar Tip is a npr
y 4 a nleti i tfr. saifi pies 30c
Graut. r. O. Box AaaO. N.
Oil! A flHo,r 1 made it In 6mos. with Sten
PJLtOclls samples mailed free. A.J.fullsm.ir.r
asq, anesaioaa oi vac
ran n Ait
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price.
flo-n-nr. "Ko R 1 o rl crtf 1
Cannot be Wedged I
Cannot be Drilled
VAULT DOORS. "jHB
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please send for acatalogua to
MARVIN & CO.,
(oldest safe manalactarers)
(205 Broadway, New York.
721 Chestnut St.. Phila.
108 Bank St., Clerelarxi
And far sale by onr agents In thr
principal cities throughbnt. the
FINO OUT WHAT YOUR SAFE
' TH rTTTiTiT-.D WTTTT
Bv our patent we entirely obviate all uhiee-
tlorie, as we use perfectly dry lining- composed
We pack, the mixture between the outer and
inner cases, where lt remains any number ol
Uears, until lire melts the Alosn, anbick oon
sins a large quantity of water, and thus satur
ates the Plaster, aud form the steam which al
ways preserves the contents of the Safe., Tbe
Plaster, bv behav wet, sets flrmbji'anQ'evel
the Alum near the outside la antirelv.aicAled.
it forms cells' which retain the precise shspe of
the lumps of the Alum; sjnd tbe fnlirij oi
Plaster keens tbe Safe as welt filled as helo.
M - vaeftre. The advawntires oTnsIng
are very apparent, via: it d ce not uould Hrw
content ofthe Safe; itrerer cim nss Uiiroi.(
it win siways reriinin. perieotiy uieBjroerr.
Alum & Dry Praster
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price.
cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be "Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled I
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please send for a catalog t
(oldest safe mannlactnrers) .is'.i
, f 5 BroaAwmy, New Tet.
' , ' n Chestnut Bt., Phihv
(108 Bank Bt, Clareland.O
And f v sale by our agurta In fjie
principal cities thronghont the
sbbbbbbbV IB t F sIjRsbbbbbbbbbbI
m v Vf.AJLH KXPF.RTKNCK W TH
l.nei a Otril A PhvAlf
A I III NM. A O I ' . - ' . , . . w
iV'Jl.T, Th Cheapest Book aver ruimsawi
fSStn"l? Three Hundred Pages and
thruthful adviaer to mic i
coaU'rupJiting martiage, l
of their physieal eondBsnl
led, sad those
n. bni I ree oi post
age to any atiaress, o" "TZZ.
sumps or poetaae curreacy , by a.Mrea.ing.
Dr. La Croix,
v- n. ir.i.i v .. .. a Alhsnv. I .
r. .,hn, .v K.,nul led upon any ofthe
dl.eaae upon which bla book '. t,r
tersoaany or oy man, uu ,.t.w.
any uart oi tne worm. .1JlA r--
Improve your fteed "The Boat !
The earliest and mo-t productive Held Corn ,
having yielded the past
over 100 bushels
Shelled Corn per acre. Ja
many; instances ' uiannu iu tue
Held, Willi equal cuuiuo, ". -
to 3 weeks eariiar andyiolded double the
amount of other corn. Two bushels Increase
In yield per acre will pay cost of aced. Send
stamp for Descriptive Circular, with test!
man lata irom reuaoie wmci Wnutv..
country. Ona quart, by mail, post-paid 76c i
. ........ ml - fVm, minrt. a2 2ft . (Se
nook, bv rxpnta or'freiglit, i I half boshel.
S3 : one bushel. aft- Aaurcas :
Gro w. r and Dwkler ( B Farm lx4 , J amespart,
Long Island. New York- t law
1 b .trt i
Si !;! jift ai
f;n li'jftrn ri H.,rv 'j.'- lo
ead far-Pries UstVi 'f : i tIM "
'aiaVI "mistake (.Edward K Jones,
n mv address, ox i -
nurpber of Liti. J Blnghamton, N. Y.
Asenta l anvas.lna Boasts el rrr.
SECRETS S1NTCRNAL REVENUE
B j a Piomiaent Officer of the Treasnry Service.
sptraens and Raids oa s anamisal.
1 he most
S. T. 1860 X.
This wondcrfnl Tegt3tsMertora
Use 4s the shceS anehT of th
feeble and debili tatted. An a ft
and cordial Cor the I
it has no equal among
As a remedy for the nerroos weak
uess to which women are especial!
subject, it is superseding ererj
other stimulant In all climates
tropical, temperate or frigid, it
acts as a specifl In ersry species of
disorder which undermines th
bodily strength and breaks down
the animal spirits.
THE NEW ARTICLE 0F FOOD.
For twenty-ftre cents you
can buy of your Druggist oi
Grocer a package of Sen
Moss Farine, manufactured
from pure Irish Moss, oi
Carrageen, which will make
sixteen quarts of Blanc
Mange, and a like quantity
of Puddings, Custards,
Creams, Charlotte Basse,
&c, &c. It Is by far the
cheapest, healthiest and
most delicious food in the
RAND SEA MOSS FAME CO.,
'tir'Ti, v-l; --l
nrkn - - - ii r -
J. dc lnyoruHK aiactfvfry or
the ABSeLI AVeiD ata a
CaUBAMsMO. PVSSlPanLRrO, Met
jaWASJUVCr AB-esM is m of (fee
most riinarknblr reaaltta of
modern medical research.
Darfner the mm el4i war U
exteMTeir . ataea 1st use
tala, ana was fouad to
Cectant, but alao tbe naaat wow
derfnl and speedy
bBEBSBDT evr kao
rial and a peed y HEAlJnG
ready used ta
Sold by all DrugrjiaU.
JflHM F. HHIBI, Sate PropY,
NO.a OOLLECE PLAOE. NosvTorfc.
raiO which we oall particular attention, takes
I the pia of taa iiaaaaaa. aaa U far bt-
i-rthan aoy mixed Gin, hsvlnsr the Tsaas avedl-
c aal property as OLD UKHX V A , at oaa thlrU
us on, I, j ...I , . ,( i
It Is a drstillaitoa of the verv b. st of BTK
SPIaUX and laa ported rXAXiAN JU1UPKB I
wfll not milk or elouil. When mixed, as It con
tains n all of any character whatever. Fur
tkirteew years this braird has bea favormbl y
kiown lrom Omaha ta Portland, and New
Vor City aloM mow consumes 100 barrels aer
ltetnc tbe flrsl Distillers In taa couury at
Gin distilled in this in saner, parties ordering
Of oa can always laa orlrtoal ptrax ar
ticle ; all other Uranus are mere imitations.
Distillers of Spirit and Whiskies,
M A 5fi S. Water Street, Chleaao.
The Secrets of Youth Unveiled.
A Medical Treatise of thirty-two paes.
post-paid, on receipt of two three cent poslaas
stamps. Address at. B. La Croix, 31 Maiden
Aiuany, n. z.
uaer aaataaaaf mad aeallaa;
. tbe farm of a
and Ulcer, no matter of
aada. aaa every
t mwan or item,