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An Adventurous Carcter.
Honry Meiggs, the ToruTian Railroad
Frlnce, died Lima on the 29th ult. ' la
his taking off the world of romantic
financial endeavor loses a hero whose
record is unparalleled in the history of
business effort. His life was one of
glittering successes, dazzling failures,
brilliant frauds, and reckless extrava
gance. In his character he was an
anomaly. Thoroughly lacking in prin
ciple when his interests wore at stake,
he was at the same time honest. A
close, shrewd calculator in his every ac
tion, he was also a prodigal. Destitute
of any moral nature, he became a god
through his lavish generosity. With all
the instincts of: a hard-working man,
his preferences were!, lor the eyery-day
life of a king. Voluptuous in his tastes,
he courted hardships for the pleasure
ho found in them. In him all extremes
centered. ' . ' ' '
Born in Greene County, New York,
in 1811, he in early life developed a fa
cility . for conceiving and exeouting
plans involving heavy monetary inter
ests. The shallow streams of trade had
no allurements for him. It was, in the
v.rnrW aflfi that he found water to
float his gigantic schemes. . ' Em-barkine-
in the lumber business,
he matured arrangements that soon had
placed him at the head of that interest
but for the crash of 1837, which laid the
fabric of his early fortunes in ruin. He
turned his eyes upon California and was
pleased. In July, 1849, he landed at
San Francisco with a shipload of lum
ber. His profit on his cargo was
$50,000. His profits in experience were
millions. Taking a subordinate position
in a lumber-yard, he studied the situa
tion. San Francisco needed lumber.
Contra Costa County would furnish it.
He hired 500 men, and cleared 500,000.
California bowed before him, made him
her model in politics and in society;
When the crisis of 1854 passed over, his
worshipers found him to be a forger and
an exile. He might have saved himself,
but in trying to save his friends he had
committed crimes that drove him from
the country, but he had paid every per
sonal debt he owed. ...
The next news of him reported him
Superintendent of Bridges on the Val
paraiso and Santiago Railroad in Chili,
a road that had ruined every contractor
that had touched it. There were but 33
miles to finish and they were through
solid rock. For 12,000,000 he filled
the air with earth and stones, and in two
years the road was finished. The high
est honors were crowded upon him, and
the Chilenos made an idol of him. Peru
sought him, and he laid railroad lines
through swamps and mountains, and
storms, and earthquakes. His successes
were scarcely commensurate with his
prodigal style of living. The entertain
ment he gave on the completion of one
road cost upwards of $200,000 in gold.
He chartered steamships and extended
roads to convey his guests to the ban
quet. Tho nabobs of the Republio
looked upon his expensive habits with
wonder. His wealth was unknown, but
along the western coast of South
America he was called Monte Christo,
and he put the same energy into his
work that Edmond Dantes put into his
vengeance. His residence was the finest
in Peru, and his table ready for guests,
however unexpected and however nu
merous. Around Lima was a dilapidated adobe
wall, and beyond the wall a weary prai
rie of refuse. For an interest in the re
deemed land he made the waste a flower-garden.
The stable product of the
Republic had been revolutions. Evolu
tion in office depended upon the financial
condition of the " outs." When their
Treasury was ruined they ousted the
"ins," who retaliated when they had
expended their stealings. A stable Gov
ernment was necessary to Meiggs's
schemes. When the "outs" were im
poverished he gave them what they
wanted from his own means, and they
left the Government intact. He in
augurated a system of bribery that par
alyzed all opposition. A dangerous
man was to him a merchantable arti
cle. When the combination became
too strong for him he bought the Gov
ernment. By expending fortunes he secured
contracts for building 1,007 miles of
roads, for which he was to receive ?126,
0C0.000. These roads all led to his
financial Waterloo. For the first time
he had miscalculated: They proved
failures, and, having absorbed the
contract price, forced him upon the
market for money. His enemies seized
upon the advantage offered, and refused
to accept his bills, which became a drug. ! no influence ia the regulation of public af
He boucht the Government indorse-' fairs and whatever t done mutt be acenm-
.,,rr,r,i . Knnd. ,M
ment and staggered on. Uia onas icu
on the foreign Bourses, and finally be
came valueless. The combination form
ed agsinst him struck blow after blow
at hij credit. Two strokes of paralysis
had weakened him, and a third found
him shattered and broken. Exposures
of his frauds came thick and swift. Hjs
creditors were clamorous, and the poorer
were paid to the uttermost farthing. . It
was plain to him that his fortunes had
fallen beyond retrieving, and he turned
away from the cares and troubles of a
life remarkable for iu incongruities, its
pleasures and anxieties. . -
He left Peru almost bankrupt through
schomos urged upon her as her salva
tion. His death has created a financial
revolution whose effects will be felt after
his rails have rusted and his ties rotted
away. In his life he taught a peculiar
lesson of sagacity, without moral bal
ance ; of generosity, without an element
of justice; of magnificent frauds built
upon a foundation of fair dealing be
tween men. Chicago Tribune.
a Letter from gen. lee.
An TJnpuullslisil Letter of the Late Com
fene.ra.te General on the Ueoonoillatlon
of the Country.
ITrom the Atlanta Constitution.
. The press of the country is just now
engaged in publishing a letter, hitherto
unpublished, from Gen. Robert E. Lee,
written Feb. 29j 1861. It was written
upon his departure, from Texas to his
old friend, John Twohig, the celebrated
banker. In that letter Gen. Lee wrote
of tho occasion calling him home : ;
" And now, having closed my business, I
will say how I felt to-day, under the cir-cumstimces.ntlcaving.SanAntonlospecial-
ly I am unable to see a single good that will
result from the step taken by the State but
as It has been permitted by a kind Frovl
dence, I hope It will eventuate in her ulti
mato benefit." ' '' 1 "
The far-seeing soldier feared for the
results of the war, and his forebodings
were almost prophetic.
In contrast with the above we desire
to lay before our readers another un
published letter of tlie noble Lee, writ
ten after the war, to a friend, Hon. James
May, of Washington City, with whom
the General had sustained the most cor
Mr. May, over a year and a half after
the rocention of the letter, sent it to
President Johnson, with the following
! AVASlllNOTON.D.C.Oot. 25.18G7.-PKESI
dent Johnson Sir: Herewith you have
a letter I received from Gen. K. E. Lee
do not know that the General expected me
to make any exhibition of it. I, however,
have thought it proper to show it to many
(listiiiiruished gentlemen of our country,
and deom it proper that you should see it.
I have been favored in the past forty yenrs
with the crood will and confidence or a con
slderable number of our leading national
statesmen, and have had for many years con
tinuous correspondence with many oi tnem
Please peruse the letter of Gen. L., and re
turn it to me through your secretary.
have a copy of the letter wrote to Gen. L.
but need not trouble you with it.
Your obodientservant, Jamks May.
The letter of Gen. Lee was read by
President Johnsonwho was much im
uressed with its sentiments. Ho caused
a careful copy of it to be made and care
fullv preserved it ever afterward. The
letter is as follows : .
LKTTEtt OF GEN. LEE.
Lexixoton, Va., July 9, 18U0.-MY Dear
Sin : I was truly clad to receive your friend'
ly letter after so many years of silence and
separation, and I rejoice to read In it the ex
pression of the same feelings of kindness
and friendship that characterized our inter
course in earlv life. I assure you these
feelings are cordially reciprocated by Mrs,
Lee and myself, and we shall never forget
the numerous kind acts extended to us by
you during our sojourn at the West.
Your letter deserved and would have re
ceived an earlier answer, but when It reach
ed mo I was engaged In tho annual cxami
nation exercises at Washington College,
which continued over three weeks, and since
their termination have been continuously
occupied in business relating to the instltu
I must give you my special thanks for do
ing me the justice to believe that my conduct
during the last five eventful years ha9 Dcen
governed bv my sense of duty. I had no
other guide, nor had I any other object than
the defense of those principles of American
liberty upon which the constitutions of the
several States and of the United States were
originally founded, and unlaw they are
strictly observed I fear there will be an end
to republican government in this country.
I concur with you in opinion as to the pro
priety and duty of all persons uniting, in
the present posture of affairs, for the
restoration and reconciliation of the coun
try. I have endeavored to pursue this
course myself since the cessation of hostili
ties, and have recommended it to others.
So far as my knowledge extends there is no
opposition at the South to the General Gov
ernment. Every one approves of the policy
of President Johnson, give him his cordial
support, and would, I believe, confer on
him the Presidency for another term if It
was in bis power. I do not know what more
you desire, and even If I posd the In
fluence you attribute to me, how I could ex
erciee it as I have. But I have no influence,
and do not feel at liberty to take a more ac
tive part in public affair than I have done.
Th ihiilf attention af the South ia con-
! 6tte( to tboir private business. Thev have
plished by those who control tne country,
k nd vouf friend, Sorth tbe
only pervoat who can exerciae a beneficial
I hope the long yean which bare pard
since we met have' bronchi you nothing but
proppritT and happiness d that tbe fu
ture mar 'give you tranquility ao peace. I
am, wiih great regard, your frwnd and
tenant, JL E. Lee.
Boiled Oatmeal Pupuino. rour a
quart of boiling milk over a pint of the
best fine oatmeal ; let it soak all night,
in a 'caol place, else the milk might turn ;
next day beat an egg in and mix a little
salt with it; butter a basin that wfil just
hold it, cover' it tight with a fldured
cloth, and boil U hours. Eat it with
sugar; or oiled butter and salt.; When
cold, slice and toast it, and eat it as oat
meal cake buttered. j
Rice Souffle. Pick and wash a tea-
cupful of rice ; put it into a saucepan
with a pint of milk sweetened to taste,
and a pod of vanilla; let the milk boil
till the, rice is thoroughly done. When
cold, remove the stick of vanilla, and
work in the yolks of 8 eggs one by one ;
then stir in the whites of 4 eggs whipped
to a stiff froth. Pour the mixture into a
plain cake-mold, put it into the oven at
oncej bake for about i : hour, and
serve in the mold with a napkin pinned
round it. :
Lemon Pie with Frosting. Take 1
cup of sugar, the yelks of 8 eggs, 1 cup
of milk, 2 teaspoonfuls of corn-starch,
the juice and grated peel of 2 lemons.
Beat the yelks very light, add the sugar,
rub the corn-starch in with the, milk,
and add that, and then the cinnamon,
and beat well together this will make
1 pie. Line a pie-dish with a rich paste
and then fill with custard, and bake.
When done, take the white of 8 eggs,
and beat them with a tabLespoonful of
sugar to a stiff froth, which spread Over
the top, and brown in the oven.
, Ibisii Stew. Take 2 or 8 pounds of
breast or neck of mutton, a dozen, pota
toes, and 2 onions; put the mutton into
a stew-pan with barely water to cover,
and a little salt; and let it stew gently
for an hour; cut the meat into small
pieced, skim the fat from the gravy, and
pmil and slice the potatoes and onions,
Put all the ingredients into the stew-pan
in layers, first a layer of vegetables;then
one of meat, and sprinkle seasoning of
pepper and salt between eacn layer;
cover closely, and let the whole stew
very gently for 1 hour, or rather more,
shaking it frequently to prevent its
Apple Compote. Peel, core, and
halve 6 large apples, trimming them so
as to get them all of a size; drop them
as they are done into cold water with
the juice of a lemon squeezed into it, to
prevent their turning brown. Have
ready a strong sirup (made with a pound
of sugar an 1 quart of water) boiling
hot; put tho apples into this, with, the
thin rind of a lemon f.nd 2 or 3 cloves.
As soon as they are cooked (great care
must be taken that they do not break),
take them out and dispose them, on a
glass dish, concave side 'uppermost;
place a piece of currant-jelly in the hol
low of each apple, then well reduce the
sirup, and, when cold, pour as much of
it as is necessary under the apples.
Cabinet or Parlor Organs.
Among Cabinet or ParlorOrgans,thosemade
bv the Mason & Hamlin Organ Co. standindis
piitably highest, having a most remarkablo
record. In its present form, this instrument
was introduced by these makers, seventeen
years since, and the almost universal result of
comparisons at competitive exhibitions, and
testimony of musicians, is that tbe organs of
their make are unequulcd by any others. Such
reputation have they obtained in foreign coun
tries that London alone has purchased more
than one thousand of them In a single year.
At all the great World's Exhibitions for ten
years, at Paris, Vienna, Santiago and Phila
delphia, they have carried oil highest honors.
In the whole range of ah&nst Innumerable ar
ticles placed In competition in our great Cen
tennial Exhibition, last year, there is scarcely
one respecting which the reKrt of the Jury is
so emphatic in recognizing its superiority to all
comgcting articles. They unanimously assign
to these organs "the llrift rank in the several
requisites of the class," which is equivalent to
saving that they excel in all important quail
tie's. Mr. George F. Bristow, the distinguished
composer, of Isew York, who was one of the
examining Jurors, writes that the Jury had no
diiliculty iu deciding which reed organs were
entitled to highest commendation : adding, "I
believe that every member of the Jury heartily
concurred in assigning to those of your make,
and yours only, the liret rank In all important
qualities of such instruments."
The Mason fc Hamlin Co. are offering, this
season, new and mora attractive Organs than
ever before, and at lower prices. See their ad
vertisement in another column.
An Antidote w hich w ill cure every varie
ty of Ague, Fever and Ague, and Chills and
Fever, and leave no bad trace or disorder in
the svstem, has been discovered by one of
America's (rreatcst Chemist. Thin prepara
tion or principle is known by the uame of
O.ih-oiik'8 FKHltlKfiiK. Being entirely
free from minerals or other deleterious ma
terials, it accomplishes its work without I
Ing In the least harmful to the tem. En
tering tbe blond, it disinfect" and eliminate
all the poisonous miasm or malaria, and
tin's accoinplih"K a sure cure.
J. C. Kh harksox, Pmp'r,
For sale by all drug-''"'. Loul.
Tbe moat dclickws Jicht. white and whole
tome biscuits, rolls muffins waffles corn
bread, rake, etc., are pnltle to trrrj table by
using uw celebrates, uuolct s i east ru -DEB.
It if slsw.luulv pure, and will go much
further in nee than other kinds of baking pow
der. It is impossible to fail with It in baking.
Ak your grocer for it, and do not b pat off ',
with any other.
Rbeaamatlaaa Qalrklt- Care.
"Dnmnc'i BJarsawtic Hessed, Use (real T
leraW iltdiciimt, will positively care any caw f
raramaXMB aa tbe face f the earU. Pneetla ,
brtt a. S4d trr ail Ilracgnta. head for enralar i
a UelpeeMiac k Butler. Wastnarlosv, U. C. j
A advwtiwment in Pittabur? calling
for a farm laborer received eight re
sponse; an adrertiaement calling for
book -keeper received 113.
Great reduction in prlco for 1878 of Glba
son's I'lCTOitlAi. to $3 a year. Single coplesBo.
Tub Home Chicle to S a year, slnglucoplei
6 cents, for sale by all newsdealers.
, Gleasos's Monthly Companion to l a
year, single copies 10 cents All postage free.
Tho price of Chromos has just been greatly
reduced. No one now gives such liberal terms
to agents as we do. Send for new froo circu
lar. Address F. Ui.eason fc Co., W8 W ash
higtou street, Boston, Mass
Ocr Impiitjdence the Cause of Consump
tion. How muny of tis can dnto tbe cause of
our last skknoss to either a crowded room and
then coming out Iu o cold uir, or wearing dump
clothes causing a cough which settles upon
tho lungs producing seated pains In the chest.
Allen's l.ung Balsam will check tho disease
and restore health to the svstem, if only used
in time, Kemembor and call at the Drugstore
for Allen's lung Balsam. Every family should
keep it at hand.
. mothers, mothers, Mothers.
Don't fail to prooure Mrs Winblow'b Sootb
WO Bvbup foi.all diseases of toothing in chil
dren. It relieves the ohila froat piun.curcswiiid
oolio. regulates the bowels, and, by giving ruliof
and tuttutn to toe cuiiu. giTssian w u iuuvuci.
KiNOSronnV Osweoo PorVBtawii, liav.
Ing greater strength and purity, rwiulresless
QtiautHv "tliau common sturuhA House Its
economy is apparent.
FOR TKX TIXBH ITS' COST. " !
. m.a nMt lw.ni.flf T hnvM fmwIvm! from the UM Of VEO'
BTINiliKlucm mo to irlve iny tunUuimiy la lis favor. I
believe It lo Un not only of uront value for mtoruw the
iionlUi, but a prevenUvo of diseases peculiar Ui tho simiig
ami suiniiit'i' noasons. .
IwoiUanolbewlUioutltfortontJmeiilJjicost .; ,.
Attomoi and aimers! Agrat for Mmwaehiwotts of ttm
Craftsmen Life Assurance Vouipuiy, ho. itt Sears
- Building, liosuiii, Aiasa.
1 Vegetlne Is Sold by All Drug-gists,
ftIAKMIjAYEM learned In a day.
Ouivlnco you free. A. C. MOKTUW, AU.wts Ua.
Every man who owns a horso should have a pair of
FOOT COOLERS & EXPANDERS,
YVhlnf. iwium nil fnoor from the foot Ana koon them la
aclcan, moist anil healthy condition, absolutely prevent
Inn coi ns, contracted feet, quarter-cracks ami scratches.
The moist sponKe Is held securely on Uio bottom of the
iooi, Kecpinir me iron 111 iicuiinj, ium. .,"""""
They cim be used for a Stufllnit-Hoot, and do not ciwt one.
,.iu ,.u n..,li thi, nlrl leather one. 'J ho cut rome
sent tho Holder and Sponini on the foot. '1 ho tost
horsemen of the country heartily Indorse It as one of the
nioHt huiniino and valuable Inventions of the nay.
H.na. nut Ituvn liiult IfUtmlMl frtllll till UllMOllhd COnill'
tion to a healthy ono In throe weeks' tlina lis result
surprises every one. lor sale by llariiiws-.Makerj and
dealers In Turf uoods. ttlnino pairs sent Ui any address
upon receipt ot price, 1 .50 per pair. In . orderiiiif, send
diameter of hiiof measuring across the bottom of the foot.
Senator descriptive circular, with list of toatluionliils
front the leadlnit horsemen and veterinary suraeons of
Uie country. I have also a valuable. Hixmite i.lnlinent
for bad feet, which I will forward with Cooler at l .M
iier quart bottle. Liberal terms and exclusive territory
Blveii to AKeuts. Address . K. n. nnf r.ti,
loa lVuslilntrtou Sit., Chicago
A Vi:r.K in your own town. Terms and
J tSouUltfree. H.HALIJSTT4C0., Portland, Mo.
on "..a Best thing for AGENTS.
'. LATHAM Co., 410 Wash. St., BoetucMuss.
Revolvers sent free for examination. Price
U V ii M list free. Great wost'u Gun Works. Flttsburuh.l'a.
O K Fashionable Curds, no 3 alike, with name,
it W 10c, postpaid. Uh.u. 1. luscu a uu., naasau,. z,
P A Lakob Mixed Caiuis, with name. 13c,
1 1 1 40 in case lac. 25 styles Acquaintance Cards 10a
Agent's outllt luc DOWD it CO., Urtstol, Conn,
0 C Fancy Cards, Snow-flake, Damask, etc., no3
L S al Ike, with name, 10c. Nassau Card Co..Magsau,N.Y.
Mixed Cakds. with name, 10c Samples
8-ocnt stamp. 1. MINKLEU it CO., Nassau, N. Y.
PTI MMCDrDP aaall latamM.MilfotdmUn,
o i KiiunLnLnoAm.vMii.i.iiBw.wiypi..M.T.
HioAtDnr. How to IU like It. RomnMnp Ttm
S)Z3 for Aoentt. VOE. YOXSEACOStLouliiMa.
AftCMTC 64-pnge Illustrated Catalqpu
AU bit I Wl Free. Huston Novelty Co..l)uatuu.Mai
tar at Home. Aecnts wanted,
Outfit and terms free. THUK k CO., Aiunuta, Ms.
SP i ASS nei. ilnv nt Home. Riimnlel
J 10 iZUworUi5Iroa.SriNsoNaCo. Portlanil.Mo.
DC1TTV Ptnno, Oi-kuii best prLoo' startling
DtAI I Inow8.0rKans.rJs'PS,S55.1lancsonlyS18p
cott W50. Clr. tree. Uni V lieatty, Wahlngton,N.J.
A Hlonlti Atrenta Wanted
';. Address Jll UaoNsow, Detroit, Mich.
llrynnt AStrallon'sIlusliietnaiid Telegraph Collcire
8t. Louis, affords vounn men the most practical edu
cation. Beudforelrculars, speelinonsuf writing, etc.
A DAY lo Aircnts. Watches S3 toS7.
Kevnlvers $ i. o. Over lOULateatNoveltlea.
bOUTHWiN Bl'PfLY CO. Nashville, Teas.
Sin A DAT piaranteed with our Well Aug.
JPnU cheanestand best made, cataloodks khkb;
Address C. A. BltOCKKTT CO.. KannaaClty. Mo
THE GREAT REGULATOR.
Aa Effectual Specific for
iJuwei cumpinnia, itnpepma,
OoostlDsaoa sad Bin
I ASK the im.iMifd dywpeirtiea. Blfloro anfrerera. vfettms
f KfHf aiet Ague, Ur lumirtal dinaaiil pauent, how
: tbey rmrn-ml health, cheerful ftSr)U afxl '""1 SppKltS
I uiry wUI letl yuti by Uklnc Simmons' liver liegMlaiur.
ThU )oUr-eHrfcnu4 mMiinns Revolates Om Urrr,
Cn r limUua, sad furuats lbs at new against su
Krtraet of s letter from Moo.
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Aro lincqualcd In tho coml'iiped merits of" .
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SOOsO'o! 'iiv V in tlaiiy ' u Je,
.Accomplishing rrtorend better
Work, with 'greater aatlsf action hnd
economy than can be effeoted by
ary othjetsjowe nade. H ...qm
t je-If your Tinnor has ant! icbtas stsornncnt send
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Paris, 1SC7; Tltnm,'t8I3;'Sjiiliigrf, 1S?5; Wli, 1876;
.1-:' HAVE AWAIUJH1) 'THEIR H"n
- 1 n !. v itm it- ; .i.-i'Mr
MASON & HAMLIN
CABINET ORGANS for
New Styles at reduced prices, from $5
upwards. Cath Prices: fivis Octave,.
DountB Reed, $100; NiNB 'BTors,' flU;.
in Blkoant UrmoHT Cask, New Style,
$120. Sold also for installments or rented.
until rent pays. Asmall Organ of best quali
ty may be obtained by paymontof $7.20 per
quarter,; fyr ten qtmi'lors. Illustrated
Catalogues and Pities Lists free.,,.
MASON A. HAMLIN ORCAN CO.,
. lMTremontSUj ,U6 Union So,, -W) Wabash Av.,
BOSTOS. SEW VOHK. , CIIIVAUO.
JToi- II niHrnmrm ruum& H Malarial
M'olHouina of the Mlhtod,
A Warranted Cure!
1 U V1WI.AV X. MO
WFCB SALE BY ALL UUUQOISTS.
r. I.n Fonte'n Fronch.
Cnrsi't, Soniethlnu New and Nnv-
il, LmIIps, If tun want cuinfnrt,
health slid a ln'iuitlful furm, tiny tins
I'nrw't: It Is cut Imwiuo-ilttlnir, with
shoulder anil spinal suppnrtors: It
lrnliLi Uin bnwi'U up and hack, ulvlnsr
nerfwt supiKirt; Irnsthnis the waist,
rounds un tho Iwly, iflvlng a inmlol
anrwaraiu'e to tlnw) whu woarUiuiu.
This Corset and Attachments are
covKrcd by five paU'iiti; we chal
IPHKH Uie world Ui produce s Corset
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