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Fr In h northern trail,
thm HiPint r lrrw of tlio irooi am ponr,
Tin wm.In nf Autumn, all artniM, onr
litre put their Rlory on.
The mnnntfttnutlial .infold
In tlilr wllewrp Ilk cMorcd lamla-rapo round,
Ht ma y nmpa of Riant kinf" in purple and pnlil,
Itiat guard thf riirhaiiird unnuid.
1 rnm iht wonda lint rmwn
Tim upland, lif-re the mlnpr lil apl.-ndor kIow;
Whirf llnffjr ronipinjr of lni a look Jo wit
otillifl nr'fii Adda below.
Mvalria ire not 1 one
Tn lliw InVhl walk: the rnrwt aoittliWMf, at plnr,
Viu n, n-tHii-, when' Hie alnl-d Irateaarr ftttvit.",
AIoiik the winding way.
A tut fiir In liraven, the while.
The (inn, that arm!" the rte to wan.lrr hrre,
four out on ttie ftr rarth hU f pi let miiIIp-
The awwiratirt Ihcyiar.
here now the antrum almd
Vrlitre and bhmi li-r many lram'lip meet;
Ho wr.l till. hen the nmm of aiinim r made
'Hie T.itlt'jd dk llh hrat '.'
I,et It. thrnnirhall the treea
r e lliHrtraittff rata, tit (oi-t .t-ptht are hr.,;lit:
Their aminy eolon d foliage, hi the hrtrt
Twinkle, like Ihmiii of II lit.
The rivulet, late nnaroii.
Wliera, hh-Vetinv ltir.ni.tli the nhrnha Ha wafer run,
Htmn-4 with the Iniaireof Hi r .I.lm M-ra n,
Ami nliiiliih tliiT nl the mini.
Hut neth ion erlmn tree,
lver tn liMctitiitf maul ni'rht btvithe hia flame,
Not mark, within it rme.ile mnopv.
Her hlnili of iiiaiilen atmnio.
Oh Autumn ! why an a,m
lit pari the Inn a that make Ihy f treat a pUd;
I h penile wind and thy fir i nxy iiim, 1
And leave thee wihl and ami'
Alt ! 'twere a lot too hlet
I'ort T.-r In thy ndin d ahudia to Mray;
AiM'l the klanen of the pott amitliwi-tf
To roam find dn am for aye;
Ami h av the ruin low atilfe
That makea men nud --lhetK Tor wealth and powo
' he WMiotm and Hie ran that wither life,
And w.iten Ha little hour.
f 'ntfft $fit'$ i.il' rnry Ga:ittrt
THE GREAT GOOSE RACE.
Ten Thousand Spectators—Congenial
Sporting for Chicagoans.
From the Chicago Tribune.
II llifl iiuiiiriiHO nil ml icr of t'oilo who
lini'il tlie Imxiu Ivmk Tbiiiniliiy Altrrnoon
limy le tnki-n ah n rritorion, then the Rcione
rurit which look tiliire thru nnd there uniKt
lie coiici'ih il to lio the great upoitiiiK evotit
ft tlio M.'nwii. It wiim Iiinny, iiiul, better
null, it wim lice. CoiiBPiinriitlv n erowel
tiiiuiln-riiiK at hflst ten tlimmiunl hmii!v
wrrn mi liuiiil to wiIiiihr I lio novel iiitmr.
1 or two or three MiiekH nlone tliu riwt Hide
of .MieliiL'un reunp- Ivoiu l'litnev to Hurt-
lake, km it were - imii, women, lioyg nnd
rjiiU were ileiiwly imcked, with n iilintitiil
hrmkliiii: of rurrineH further tmek; while
the Lreukwuter opposite wrved the purixiHe
ol lliiiiiiuerNniitu Krule, anil ullonlea un
elii'ililu outlook for ut leut a thoiiHiuid
nior". It wuh n jmrtieuliirly repeetiible
Hutherini;, too. No ineoiiMitleruhle element
of the crowd wan limde tip of liierehmitH
Hiid liiiNineHH men, while nemly a liiindred
Htvliidi eitlingen were United 111 order Hint
the trn r nnlitnee Hie inn.
The nice wnn oriuiiiully nmdo lietwcen
thuHe tiiiiioiiH diwitileH of luillxtn lnv, lillly
lanerHon nnd lioh Hurt-the lntter linviti
l.een 'iiL'iti'ed in n LTi nt niiiiiy Ninulur nl
luirH. 'I hen ( ieon;c Morris, thewell-kuown
liillinnlist, took nhniid m, nml, niter n pnrxe
of J-J00 or tliereiil'OtiU hud been iniidtf lip,
the nice wna delliiitely fixed for ycHterdny.
On the day nevioun eighteen lull-grown
ieese were "rented" of nn old hidy nt the
Slock Viirdx. w ho rcoiiin d a ileiKisit or i'.
encU nn collutend, mni a niuiilur mnoiint for
Ilia nervice of the whole nnnditr. They
had no ImiuiiiK whiitever, further tlum that
roufrrred oy nuture- to ntivk toijetlicr nnd
HO vtrnit.'ht nhend. True to their proverliiul
iiiiieliitlnlity, koiiio of thetii went Wick uu
tlim, vu. Tim tci-iuH ot the match re-
iiuirrd em h ot the drivers to sit in nil ordi
lutry wush tub, nnd ho dmwu ly three puirn
i.J Jfeene. la t no olio ml. r 'ioi this tlml
oiu 'h kclt in a wmdi tub iu.the water, one'u
e. iiililirinm. ins easily ri iideiidconipiitible.
it m not the ease. A mail's weii'ht will not
Mlik the tub, to be sine, but let hi ill vary so
iiiucli ks the tliouKiiiiillli pint ot nil lin n
from the absolutely pcrlcct perpeiidiculnr-
It v, nod he uctx niulled to a certainty. To
obviate thin ditllcultv the lxhimc drivern re
norle.1 to un iiiiieiiious roiitrivnnce, which
coiiHisteil ol a plntloriu ot inch pine honnls,
about three nud half feet wide nnd five feet
Iouk, in which was nuidu n circular hole
litri;e enoiih to Klip through n tub. To this
tlout wuh nltacliiil upolo Willi cross burs nt
tiie extreme end, lioni wliich were Htretch
ed laterally two stout cords on either hide,
between which the RecKo were tied by the
wius, and us firmly hoc u red us a horse
between the bliuflH of a wu'ou. Wheu
rendy to start the driver got in the tub
which wan then tightly wedged iu the
the tloat, and there wan no tipping over,
the flout sinking n few inched below the
Miii lucu uud out ol sight. Considerable, de
lay ensued iu properly harnessing the
gerse nud armnguig the' tubs, llnh Hart
wan the first to get hid Hll-lll-huud hitched
li, and ho, while the other two- George
Al orris and Jim Mans, of the Winter (iardeu,
u ho took I'lnersou's ilace,wan getting ready
he turned out to exercise the team. He
Hot alnnt! II rut-rate, barring n Rood denl of
flutter and Mopping nt first, and would have
nhowkd oft to excellent advantage but for
the embarrassment occasioned by the Hev
crnl hiindrid boats wliich had been hired
by spectators, nud which literall) covered
the Hiiilnee of the basin. In dodging about
among them liob'n tub worked loose from
lis rloat, mid he was obliged to swim back
to the shore and make fast again, which be
did iu short order, and Noon niter three
o'clock everything wuh iu readiness for the
Kaeh of the drivers wuh in light costume
hat, shirt, punts mid stockings ready to
Hwiui, if necessary. Their lorethought was
amply jnstitied anon. A long carriage
whip, witu which, to urge on or alter the
course of the geese, unit a paddle to steer
tl.ecralt, comprised their BccoutrementH.
Morris drew the pole, Muuh the middle,
nml Hurt the outside. An entirely even
Hend-oh wuh effected nt once, uud away
they started, accompanied by the boat ol
the umpires, referee aud reportera, who
were HUllieieutly close to elilorce fair play.
Morris and Miuin ut once pushed for the
limit, uud their urging remitted iu a Herien
ot bad breaks. Miuia' otl-wheel goose lost
hii feet wholly, turning a Hummersaiillaud
coining up facing the driver. Hhn couhlu't
be brought to Work agalu, but hwiiiu back
wards for along distance, b) tin. serious
ini pediment of the rest ot the sextette. I'.oli,
Ilka an uperieneed jockey, took the matter
cooly, Dimply uduiihiatering an occasional
puuch to a refractory pooee, nnd
noon had (ulnej a HtroUK lend over
both the otheia. Hut Morris wuh
not idle. His team had a weakness for the
bore, and his assiduous etlorts with the
puddle, necessary to keep them iu the
water, b Iped him to that extent that he
wuh enabled to overhaul Hob, and go to the
Iront. Holi saw Ins iliKiulvnntage, ami do
dared the excessive puddling to be "foul,'
but by no means "fowl." "(ieorge is no
gooae, aulil liob, "unci l lnr his puddle.
Jiut there was no choice; George must
either puddle or be ignoniiniously towed
ashore against bin will, mid ho HoIj'h pro
tent was unavailing. Muuh, whose pervert
ed wheel gui ne bnd plac ed him badly in the
rear, having somehow conliived to change
eudH witu tne recalcitrant lord, now showed
au extraordinary burnt of speed, and wan
taut cloning the gap. Hail the remaining
distance been greater, lie would have oeri
ously endangered the Hiiccess of the others.
Aa it was, the contest rested between Mor
ria aud Hurt, the former having a slight
lead. Bob culled upon bin white thc.rough
bredu for an extra eilort aud it wuh intensely
ludicrous to aee the earnestness with which
they seemed to resjmnd. They actu
ally "took turn." iirnt, the middle pair
Would vigorously ply their web foot for a
uiiuute, perhaps; then the leaden would
dig iu for dear life, to be iu turn "apelled"
by tba wheeloinj. Hut all would not do.
Morris' gray team were good atayeri, aud
be steere d to excellent advantage, it must
be confetwed. He reached the end of the
three hundred yards ulmnt four feet nhend
of lloli, Slaan being nbont two 1c ngths in
the rear. Tim, seven inhiutea nnd thirty
HeoondH. A hearty cheer went up from the
crowd, nnd the eoone race wan at nn end
The umpire nnd referee then repnircd to
MorriH billiard bull, where, alter ennvnus
inu the various fenturea of the race, they iu
due time rendered their decision as follows:
I.AKH rnnT hll!, I hlcwr, Kept 3:1. I ". I loo
for nwtst ikt of $?ecl. lKtwmn nc-itilple gcMine
tnni; ilifhof noey.nl., lo wanh Inlsi:
lnrk'e Morrl. enter, irrny pis..e Anns lk kln.on
kimI Hint-.; .Irfcl liy tle-lr reis'llve prisreiiltor.
Blicl l.iiiliiel ey tin llie nelKlilior. Ill inn Vlruiuy
of lli. lr loilhillen 1
Holt llnrl filler, while mo". Kornio.. .nil in.le.;
Itllirree unknown, toil Is-H. v,-il lo Is ilLrepu-Inl.lc-
.Inn Man. rnlrr. Mile foo.o guccn I.nls'lla and
lii.te.; is",ll:;r(,fl forgotten 3
A SWIM FOR LIFE.
Third Interposition of Providence.
From the Springfield Republican, Sept. 22.
Among the iiumerona disnslcM to fhe
roast fishing vessels iu the recent great
I alo were the complete w recka of two
liockHirl m hiHinem, with their erewn, wive
one survivor. hailm Ionian, or the
schooner Helen Klia, relnrni d to tell the
tale of bis peril nnd ronpc; the rest of her
twelve bmve sailors were nwept out of life
ns their ernft went to pieces near Peak's
island in Portland harbor, leaving desolate
rive widows nnd seven orphans, besides the
mothers, sisters, or sweethearts who will
mourn the uniniiriied seamen. The cap
tain became alarmed nt the threatening
skies on th morning of the fatal day, nnd
ran lor I on land.
The violence of the storm, however,
came npou the vessel too soon: both an
chors were thrown mil ami lost, the cables
snapping like thread; the rudder was pow
cih ss as a leather, and iu twenty minutes
of niigoverned runiiinr, the vcssell struck
the ledge. Mr. .Ionian was iu the fore
castle, stripping off his heavier clothes for
the chalice of life, when the bow was
smashed in, nnd five men near him were
instantly killed. He immediately mil into
the hoi J, when ft tremendous sea knocked
oil' the deck and he wns swept into the
raging waters. With n coolness hardly
creditable, be renli.ed bis position, nud
swnni fcrthe wreck, wliich he reached,
nnd clinging to it regained his brunt b.
Soon niter he was fortunate enough to catch
nn empty burrel, for wliich ho abandoned
the wreck. The waves ran fearfully high,
nnd ns be was borne nloiig he passed two of
his shipmales, clinging to n plunk. He
heard them each speak of their fearful lio.
sition, nud doubt whether they would be
able to hold on; and board tliein Inter
change the promise that if either wns saved
he would tell the folks nt home nil about it.
It required .Ionian's utmost i (Torts to keep
the barrel in position, ns the undertow was
very powerful, and so more perilous still
was the endeavor to aalcly land up n a
rocky ledge amid tho terrible Hurl'; the
waves nt ouu lime heaving him toward tho
ledgo, thou n treating, would engulf him iu
their trencberotm grasp, threatening i vory
moment to bury him bene ath the wnte'r.
he u ho finally Kiiccccdcd, then camo a
toilsome passage up the jagged ledge, and
lio rim lii'd thi-top completely rvhiiusteM.
While resting, be heard the voice ol a ship
mate bailing some one. Ho answered, tell
ing where be was, nml encouraging the ot li
or to try to got upon the ledge, but thai
was the last henrd of him. He soon foiinel
Hint tho ledgo did not form a pmt ol the
island, but was covered ut high uat..r, nud
the tide was already coming in. Ho witii
briel respite ho again plunged ililothe seelh
ing wiite rH;anotlierteiiiblecontliet with the
surf followed, in which ho was unabh
lo make any headway, ns his strength was
last lading, vtordsnro Inneleepinte to ete
Hciibe such a situation. Moments seemed
liko hours, and the sullen roar of the wa
ters ns they beat upon the rocks was nn nw-
lul nccoiiipauimont to the burden of bis
fours. Alter his desperate ellorls had e le ar.
ed him from the breakers, bis mislortuues
we're not over, lor bo dropped into a fresh
water pond, ns bo climbed over n wall in
his progress inland, which was n suppli--luejiiiiirv
calamity quite uuuecessnry to the
poor follow s cuuifort. An especially le
markablo fact li that this is the third' time
that Mr. .Ionian bus been the solo survivor
of disaster, t lilt of n company of eighty
eontlneil iu I.ibby prison ebinng the war,
be was the' only one who lived to return
home; unci out of n eiew 01 thirty men
wrecked on Cape Coil, ho Was the only one
saved. He has ceitaiuly n fair right to con
sider himself the subject of providential
THE FUTURE KING OF SPAIN.
Prince Thomas Albert Victor, Duke
of Genoa—Sketch of the Young Candidate.
[Madrid Correspondence Paris Constitutional.]
The nearer the period ol room nine the
Constituent Cortes approaches, October 1st
being thought the probable) tune, the more
thedillerent parties discuss tin monarchical
iicHtion. At present, one thing wbieb is
iueonti Htiblo is the iiulefatiuiible activity
ot tho Duke do Moulpeusier'H paiiiMinu oil
behalf of their candidate, or at lenst iu
favor of n combination whii h would u fiord
hiuj more or less satisfaction. Amonust
tho various candidatures, that which ap
pears to attrae-t the grentest nltontion is
that of I'rinoe Thomas Albert Victor. lJuke
of (ieuon, nnd son of the former iJuke,
und nephew of Victor Kmnjiumol. This
young prince, who is fourteen yours iind a
bull' of nge, is being educated III England,
and, ueeording to report, is happily en
dowed both iu a physical nnd moral
sense. Iu order to nttach the
Slontponsii'r class to this project, nud which
rumors nllirms to bo supported by M. Ule.
znga, the idea is tounite the Duke ol (lenoa
to the third daughter of the Ouko do Mont
pensier, PiinccKH Marin, sub en years nnd
half old. This persistence of introducing
tho French fumily in these different eombi
liutious gives you nil estimateof the activity
displayed by its friends and the iiidelutign
ble nrelor nl their nmbilion. Tho support
ers of the Duke de Monlpensier, iu onlerto
invesi uis pretensioiiH Willi gronter popnlar
iety, an a belief exists that they are not fu
vorubly regarded by thu Impeiiul oove rn-
nient of Franco, do not recoil from the
grossest fulseheiods. Thus, snmn elavs
since, telegraphic despatches we re sent from
aiueiiid into the province s, nunoiiucinir the
intention of the Kinpcror Napoleon to inter
fere by armed forco in Knaiu in favor of re
storing tho linurbnu ilymisty. However
absurd the report, it assumed such consist
ency that the government of Seville be liev
ed itself culled ou to give It a no Hi, ialil.nial.
(inNii TitrsK ItoiTK. F.arly in the sen
son the truck of this ron.l was put in
thorough repair, new uud improved pas
senger uud Blee ping cars put on, ami re
cently au arrangement has been eomploti-,
by whic h one of those splendid Palace
Sloepiug-Curs, for w hich the Mii-liigun Cea
trill loud bus become ho celebrated, will run
daily Ironi Chicago to Kuiuia without
change. This entirely eloos away with the
early change at lietrnit .luiietioii, placing
pussenge.rs in bull. do in twenty-one hours
from Cbieugo, with but one change of onrs,
and Hint mucin ut ti:!HI . m. Tho Vennout
'initial I.ino, one of Hie connections of tlu
(iraiul Trunk Knilway, is now running ele
gant Palace Hli-oping-Cms on night trains
and Drawing-Koom Cars on day Iniins, that
for comfort and beauty of finish are unsur
passed. This route, for comfort und con
yeiiieueo, ns well as its low fare to nil poinU
in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and
Massachusetts, with its epiiok time uud su
perior aeooiiiuiodatioiiH for Itullalo, Now
York, KoNton, and all poiuUou the Krie or
New York Central mails, entitles it to a
liberal share of public! patronage, recur
sion tickets to llostoii uud return are sold
by this line nt reduced rules. 'J'bo ollloes
of this company me, 4S Clark street, Chi
cugo, and No. 11 Newhall Ipnise, Milwnu
kee. Parties purchasing tickets in the
country will Bocuie all the ndvantageH of
this popular route by culling for tickets by
the Qruud Trunk Itailway.
A (lefahtntioii has bee n discovered in
tliOj Nat iiuul Kxethango Hank ol Provi
dence, It. I., and the cashier hits been ar
retted and bold to bail. The amount so
far discovered in about ('2.1.01X1. The nr.
plus ol the bauk will cover ull probable de
J. V. Farwell & Co.—Seeberger &
Breakey—The Chicago Legal News—
The Corn Crop—The Little Corporal
Cnicjno Hept. 22, 1ST,1 There have been
no niarkecl ch.ngee during the week, linsi
ncss is reviving, and tome branches of trade
aro qnito active. The warm weather lias been
very favorable for maturing the corn crop,
and, if It continues two weeks longer, corn
wiil generally le out of danger from frost. In
tlii. market he leading staple is corn, over
noo.ono bushels arriving by rail in a single
day. Thcro is a goeal prospect now of an aver
age corn crop in this state. Trade ia constant
ly changing Its piaitcra, tlio tendency of
large houses being nnutliward on Wabash
aveuno indHtato street.
J. V. FARWELL & CO., 42-6 WABASH AVENUE.
the largest wholesale dry goods liouso in t lie
Northwest, are building a store double the
capacity eef their prose-nt olio, a block nml a
half soiitli of it, in tho sanio aide, tef be lin-islii-d
in lleceniber. lo acconimnelato their in
creasing trade. I'll! then tlmy oiler the traele
the largest and best supply at their old store.
Tho lisrdwaro traele is 'now opening quite
nrisieiv. Amnio; me leading tiousea in tins
oriuen en naeie, vtiieeset tioaungs nave won
them nil honorable reputation is the llrm ol
SEEBERGER & BREAKEY.
ewrnerof I,ake anel State streets, Chicago.
ho oiler the trade a large and well selccteel
.lock of shelf nnd heavy hardware at the low
In hlerary matters thoro Is nothing new.
The Weste rn Monthly lor October was out
the Hlh. In Its enlnrgoil form it makes a
most creditable appearance. It Ins been
ste adily growing iu Interest nnd public favor,
ami deserves a generous aupport Irotn the
THE CHICAGO LEGAL NEWS—$2 A YEAR—
cnnipleles its nrst year this wee k. Can bo
had bound for 9:1. It gives weekly the de
cisions of tin State and I'. S. Supreme and
Circuit Courts promptly, in all important
r ises, and is so ably conducted t lint it is in
dispensable toprofe ssional and busine ss molt.
Suhscription. can bo aent to Myra llradwcll,
THE LITTLE CORPORAL FOR OCTOBER
Is hiiniltillof goiHl tilings Tor children. Tho
most widely circulated, cheapest and be-st
Youth's Magazine in tho country, its pub.
Ushers, Alfreel I,. Sewell , Co., will giro llic
last three numbers of tlui year to all who, be
fore Hie last of October, scud tliein one dol
lar for 1M70.
There Is sonio excitement hero in conse
quence of the election of Alox.nde r Milchell
as President i f tho (' lesgo A Nortliivesterii
lla'lwsy Company. Thrre is fear expressed
that ho will run the routs (0 as tn discrimi
nate iu favor of Milwaukee and against Chi
cago. I elo not sliaro in such apprehension.
I know Mr. Mitchell well enough to be confi
dent that ho will administer tho alTaira of the
corporation so as to pronioto its hist inter
ests. And tliu'. can be dnno only by being
just tn tho public and to all seeliima. That
the roads tuny not be run to promote the in
tc lOHtn ot Chicago at tho expenso of the
stockholders is epiitn probable. Hut thi-y
e-hou'd bo run to accommodate the public,
ami give nil equal opportunity to business
centres aud businessmen, anil then liaturnl
facilities, enterprise skill and tin - to say noth
ing of .raw-will dcterniiuO all epic otloi.s ol
precedence or aiiperioiity.
is, is nsiial. making at range hedf''lnws of old
staKi rs. When White, of the Tnbiinc, and
Story, of the Times, lio down together, the
rottenness in Denmark must bo general, or
a cc mmeiu danger must be present which
oven i, lea 3H political is.tics. Tina is a strong
republican city, and, like New V"rk, is said
to have ila "Jting" who control ah nomina
tions, ami, conaeipiently. the eleclious. This
ring, it Is allcgeel, controls tho republican or
gauialion ami dictates its tioiiiiiiatious lor
e'.iuidy, oily ami town otlicers, and now the
Tribune and Jouriinl bolt, nud go for a peo
ple 's ticket locleaii uut thu "ring." lieiuo
crats ami republicans unite in the movement,
and it looka now aa if it might be formidable.
A conimitteo i mew in session consulting as
to names to be put on the ticket. Altogether,
there is a .air prospect of lively limes at the
THE PIONEER CALIFORNIANS
Some 200 at rung, ui rived hero lust evening,
have bee n shnwu the' sights, to clay, nml have
li-fl tor the bust. Many of them lisekeil as if
liny might be pioneers, the dust ol 2,'sill
miles ol travel still adhering lo tliein,
havo taken a aoiiautioiuil shape, nnd "For
mosa,'' u villainous play, attracts crowds, at
both Wood's anel tlie Opera House, while
Itrnui'ham is showing his "Itod Light'' at
Me Viokci's. The minstrels nt the lleaibiuu
still chaw full houses.
A MASS CONVENTION OF COLORED MEN.
is culled to me e t 11 1 the Olivet llaptist Church
the '-'Tlh iust.. to eleviso me ans t. undin e- the
0,110 tilutii.iml ooiivi'iitinn, tn be held in lie.
ce-inber, to remove all political tlistihihtii-s on
ai'couiit of color. There is 110 rest for Ihoso
ncaty of sgitalion. 11,
Cam. foua N ational Capital Convfntion.
- lit nursitancee of the revolutions passed at a
1 ting ot the cili.ens of St. I.oius, held the
loth ol August, the iiudorsigii' d ciutnitte o
htivo sent invitations to the President nnd
Vie'O President of the I'uited Slates, ami to
thu (lovoriiors of tliu various states anil terri
ru s, to attend in person, nnd re questing the
latter to appoint two delegatus for ouch Con
gressional district, and four ill legates ut
laiyo for each state, to meet in convention at
St. Imis, Mo., un the '2Stli ol October next,
for the purpose of discussing the expediency
of the removal of the National Sent of Gov
eminent from Washington city to some
point iu thu valle y of the Mississippi: and in
oi'dei that eve ly portion ol tliu country tnav
he represented, tho committi o earnestly re
comiii nd that In caso any of tho Oover'iiora
may lull to mako any or the doaued appoint.
1111 nts, the people of tho Conircsaiouul dis
tricts of sncli states shall appoint the pro
scribed lininls r of delegate s to represent
iiieui, wiiu win uo rceognteei ami coietiauy
received. I,, It. SuiivocK, Clir'n.
I.. V. ltUAVis, Hocrctary.
PlIFTTY W11MKX. A oomnai-ativolv fi la.
dies monopolize the beauty as well as the at
tention of a eiety. This ought not to he ho,
hut it is; and will be whilo men aro foolish,
and single out pretty face for companions.
This i u all be chamied bv iisimr llsean's
Magnolia lialui, wliiidi gives the bloom of
youth and a re lined, sparklini: beauty to the
ce.nipli xiun, ph asing, powerlul aud natural.
o uieiy iice.il complain 01 a reel, tunned,
fiuckled or runtie complexion who will invest
seventy-live cents in iiagau's Magnolia balm.
Its ellouts aru truly wondurfiil. To preserve
aud dress tho hair use Lyon's Katliuuou,
ExcFi.stoa Glass Cpttub is evervuay .s
good as thu glazier's diamond, and not half
as expensive. Cuts glass in all shape s as
readily as tho cl'mnond. Is easily handled.
Anyone can use it. Everyone should have it.
r.vcry farmer should havo onu. Kverv no r.
chant should havo one. Kvtry hoiisekeopi r
should bavo one. llvtry meclianio should
have one. The leest thins ever invented to
cut gluts with. A big thing for agents. Hi ml
el.tiuaml get a sample. Agents wanted. Ad
elress. J. O. Hill. No. 2 Nixon's I'v,. I, ,...
Chicago, III. "
Tnr. Pijiikkt A!tn SWKKTFJtTCoIl I.iven On.
ill tho world is Hazard. i Caswell a. made on
the si a-shoie, from Iri sh, Beli e t, ,l livers, bv
CASWKM,, HAZAItl) A CO., Now Vork. It
aiiaoiutuly iniie and tmrrt. l'atn ids who
have oncei take-n It prefer it to all others.
Physicians have decided it superior to any
of the other oils iu market. Hold l,v ull ,1m,..
ClMi ene riANOs, pac a, Itouou Ham, Plat
ens, salt rheiiui, and oilier cutaneous al
ria'lneiia cured, and the skill made soil and
suii.olh, by using the Juniper Tar Hiu
uiade byCas. ll, Hazard Co., Now Vol k.
II is more convenient and eanilv am, ho, I 11, .1,
other le inedies, avoiding the trouble ol the
greasy compounds now iu use, hold by ull
If von don't want to disgust everybody with
your otleiesive breath, c ure your Catarrh
upon which it depeinla. f am reward i oiler
e el by tie, proprietor id l)r. Sage s Cuian li
Heine ely for a i-asu or Calarrh which he eau
uiitruio. It is sold by ebuggi.l. Can gel
it lor Sixty Cents by mail Irom Dr. It. V
I'n n o, llull.ilo.
Tho mice famous liocMliek keeps a
grocery in Troy, und doubtless rnukes
moreuioney tlutii he could ut lioeslie king.
The butler-probe is mightiur than tliu iu.
Hai.itt, Davis. Co., Piano Korta Makers
1I7'2 Waslangtou street, llo.loii. 'J lnrty-hvo
Piemmiiis awarded. Every insti iiniont war
rantee! lor live years. Price leaa than and
u! her urut-olaaa make iu the Unite-d Htatna.
Mii.i.f.tt'h Hot hi. K Stmknoth Ki.avoiis are
iiusiirpassed by any in the market, and all
rooms and diuggist keep tliein. llouae.
koe-per anel hoUtls are reemumendud to call
for thoau goocls. aud take no other.
Oili.ktt's Pakimo Powuf.h.-Ask vniir en.
eer for it. All who have used it once. Uud It
pure, healthy aud economical. It is warrant
ed to pleaau.
l'aiv.Tl medical aid.
Itoad Dr. Whil tier's
EvKHr ones ia skaes Uill.,ti' k
Platform of the New York Democracy.
Tho following plntlorm of principles wns
unanimously adopted by the recent di'ino
crntie state convention of Now York:
The democracy of New York, in convention
assembled, report and reallii m the pledge a
they havo sivon to tlio poonlo in reicraril lo
questions of public policv, and they point lo
the Itistorv of tnoir connection with ihe gov-
ernnii'iil froin tlio day of Its foundation for
the record of their devotion lo its interests
their fidelity to its honor, their iialioiuililv
and patriotism, and their unswerving lovallv
to the Const i! nl inn: that as the narlv wliie-h
dorivr s lis principles from .led'ersem and .lack-
son, wn arc ready to go oeioro mo century
won the record of onr conduct nnd our priu
ciplre, and demand lo bo judged by Ihcni.
.'raorcf, That in pursuiinco of Ihe-se priu
elnles and failliful lo those traditions, we de
mand the restoration of nil states lo Iheir
rigbts In tho I'nion nndcr the Con-etilulion:
the amnesty of political olTeinlers: the roduc-
non 01 ine siaiuiinir armv too anontion o
that lixbrid institution the 1 reedinrn's I'.u
reau; tho restoration of tho liirhtlul author.
ilvofllio jitilie iaiv, and Ihe subordination
01 ine military to tier eon s.wer.
.Vsorid, 1 hat wo arraign the ndmiiii.lr.i-
11011 01 l'rcsnlent uratit ns mine 10 tlio pun
pies and measures, and toils pledge' lo givo
the country pence; it has for partisan pur
poses prolongi el tho elipiiuion of the Stall's,
ai d bv niililsrv dictation and nrlulrsry pel .
.ie,. 1 ...1...1 a... ... n ..'...!.:
n in ,, ,llu ,,, . "K.IIIIOIII ICR
and Slates into assent to its menseires; jl ha
faitcd lo protect the masses atnt has giicn
countenance and support lo c'a-es interests,
and, turning Its back unon the people, lm-e
becomo in turn the pensioner and piiion of
accumulated wealth; nml that while thus
abusing the standard of administration nl
hoiiie, it has lowered tlio tono r our diplo
macy abroad by the chnrteclorof its apsun.
incuts: by its vacillations and hesitations in
regard tei our riulil as a nation, its waul id
a.wnpalhv with the people struggling for hi
ci iy, anef its iclilTerenee to the lato of Amer
ican citizens, victims of foreign desisdisui,
Urnilrnl, That the proleclion of Anieiican
citizens, whether natutalizcd or native born,
in all th ir rights, and wherever thi'V may go,
is a sacred duly imposed upon tho I'nltrd
States government, which cannot bo desre
gareled without incutrlng nntionul dishonor;
that protection and nl cgiancc are reclpiocal
diilii s, and, whenever 01 nhcrcrir the rights
of Aiil'iricm cituena aro assailed, duly ami
honor rc.tiiro thai this qiuernincnl should
promptly employ aelcepiate means for the vin
dication of Mich rights; an. that wc, there
fore, dennutico Iho re cent Migrant omissions
by tliu federal adiniiii.tr. limi to perform its
holei duly toward American citizens iu
(Ireat liritain and Cuba,
y,'olrei, That thodi inocralic pnrty l now,
as it always tins been, In favor of the fulilll
incut of all legitimate contraols maelo bv iho
Icele ral government, with line anno aire -ice,
and hone sly that should attend Ihe liilllllinent
contracts between man and man; that iu
oaso of loans made to the fcelcral government'
by authority of law. It is the rigid mil only
of the lender, but of tho American pei.nl".
Irom tho Inula of who-o labeer such loans
must be pnid, that such obligation should
be discharg, d, when duo, iu tho roauner pro
vided for by the law, iu obedience to which
tln'V were cre-ate-el.
wwY..;, That the multiplication of luxes,
their complcxdv and uncrrlaiiitv. ami 11,
tiiipiisitnrial proces by which tlu v are ex-
torteei ttiim tlio people; nud still more, that
iliieepial ainluniiist system bvnhicli a ineiuov-
cd class is declared exempt from the huidon.
state nud luuiiicipal gieeriiiueul,nnd then
share imposed upon their neighbors, is a
gross and constantly increasing abuse, that
is the eluty of the statesmen of ourcenmtiy
simplify our lam s, distribute) them upnu
the propel ly of Iho counlrv, reduce) the
tarill to a revenue basis, ami thus release in-
lust rv Irom Us Heaviest burden, ami on-
free ihmi to riimnierce.
i.'e 'seefevf. Ileal Hie course of Ihe exeeulivu
and administrative olhceis of tins stale, iu
enforcing icollotnr ami refoimiiig abuses
wlucli have greiirii up under tho fostering
care or onr political oppone nls, commends
itself to tho approval of thu people, and
should bo extended lo all the depart tin ids of
Iho giivi rumriit; that if Ihe rouiatmlinu ami
excise laws are to be imposed upon t ho peeeph'
tlec'y should al least he uniform iu their oper
at ion tliioiighotit tho : bile; that the canal,
the state should remain the properly of
citize ns; that they sliuul I he improved by
Ihe- enlargement of Hie chieniicls mid the
doubling of locks wheie necessary; that the
tolls should he reduced to such nil eMoiil ns
coniuuiiiil Ihe currying trade'; aiollli.il as
soon as the existing ennui de bt (now lit inn.
ss of rapnl hipiidaliou) shall be paid the
e'lllials should Pe onenvd lo line navigation of
Ihe 1 pie of ull the slnles, subject only lo a
large to eierray tlio cost ol their annual
nnunlcluiuec uud repair.
.Vsesreef, 'ilia, ill l lie li I toon t li aniciiib I
tho fcclonil const ilttlion, pioimnul bv the
radical nnjonly iu congress iu a spoil c,
iitcmpl of Ihe people, uml of Iho rmhts ol
Ihe states to regulate Iho elective franchise,
and iu utter iliarcganl of the pledges of the
pai ly, and uttempted to bo foreeel unon the
tatcs as a condilioii oT their rrsloiulioii lo
il irovcriiineiit. ami to their ri'iii'i aeiiiieiiim
the loitiiiniil Icgislaliire, is intended to
place the iiiicstiou of sttlli uge 111 the hiiiuls of
the ceiiliul powuis ami by debasing lo de
iinralize the representative system.
.Vws'rnf, That the amend. d coiistilutioii of
this state, in its various si hedulus to be sub
mitted to the olectors, does nol commend it
self t the favor ol tho eleiiioeiats ol tho
state, cither by the motives n winch il was
couceived, or by the manner in which It is
presented, or by Its intriusio worth.
iVso'e eel, That his excellency, Hon. .hihn
Hollinan, by les lldi lity to tliu lide rests of
the atato, his nigh-tom el nssei tionof ileiuo
eraliu principles, his tllictivo hostility to
corrupt, and special legislation, and Ihe'dig
nttied and iuipartial manner in which ho leas
disc harged executive duties, has not only
commanded the In al ly approvul of the de
mocracy of New Vorkl hut secured the con
Bdenco and respect of a largo class of our
political opponents, who ho'il Iho holer of
the Empiro state dearer than partisuu suc
cess. Our citizens owe it to llo-mse Ive s, as
well a Gov. llollman, lo elect a Icgislaliire
that will aid rather than thwart him iu car
rying into effect measure of administrative
and legislativo reform,
JtmUnnl, That the slato ofllcers this day
nominateel command tho conlidi nee of the
democratic musses as cordially and unani
mously as the y havo that of this convention
and that to them and the ir colleagues on the
ticket we pledge a united and enthusiastic
and triumphant support.
Tiik ItEHi'i.T IN Maink. Ketiirns from
cities and towns in Maine, give Chain
berluin, (Kcp. ) for Governor, a clear iiia-
jurty of (i,Hl votes. Complete ruturns
win proiinbly incrciisa that luajority to 7,
5lK). .V. J'. VW'eme.
A yenrngothis hiiuio Chauiberlain wus
elected Governor by '2H,4(KI niujcuity, nnd
the November election following Maine
gnve '20,ll.'l(l for tiruiit. This is a most ex
tniordiuary nnd remarkable fulling oil' iir
the republican niajorify.
A Dihi'ATi il from Wasliingtou to Ihu
Chicago Tunes, suvs:
le tters receiveel here from FuiiiiKjlvniiiii,
from lA inoiaats of prominence express tho
gri'ulest contieduiice in tho election of
Pin ker for (Jovernier, 011 Oct. :. 'J'1B
change iu the local ticket bus ndcled very
mat. nally ,i the strength id the l,mo.
crutin SUite tickeL Forney wiys thut 1111-h-hs
the republicuna poll a lull vote the
SUite is lost. Il is estimated Hint there are
.I.imhi die,iiili to, repiiblii aiis who w ill not
vole for ( ieury,
TllF. CONOBKSMIONAI. l!I.TIlF.N lMI NT Com
mit I ee hnve relumed Irom a summer juiek
eliug four ol the Pucillc slope, the expe n
ses ol whn h will bo puid by the I'eelend
treasury. This is the way iu whic h the
(.'ciugroi.aiiuiiil retrenchment committee
pies eeels to relreiii li the government ex
pc de iituro.
TllF. TIlliKR I.F.AIllNel young DlelllOI'iatio
Hlatesuiun of the oouutry are iiiun of murk
eel ceitulehy uud fairness in their treat mint
their political opponents. We ulludu to
Messrs. Adams, II oil man and Pendleton.
They ure iu this respect uu example for Ihe
mull try 01 politicians.
An F.i.i i.MKNT Scon Hp. An elopement
was sHiiled iu New Vork a few days ago by
harmless uud amusing accident. The
young lady wus a well known and lovely
blonde who bud been driven lo consent to
sei:ret marriage by a crue l and obdurate
father. All the uece saury nrrungeiniiils
for the escape nud wedding bud been made,
and the eventful evening had arrived. The
young luely fouud tba promised ladder ut
her chamber window, aud her eager lover
the bottom of it She put her delicate
foot upou the Ural rung of the ludder and
prepared to doHoeml, when her crinoline
caught upon the bell-lmudle iu the wall.
the household was alarmed, uud a uiaid res
cued bur unstress from her uuvouilortuble
- - Chicago is called Hie Cily of "lond
- Corn is twenty-five eciiln n luuibol in
- Scwarel anils from H n FranciKco for
Jlcxii'ii on tlio lltllli.
Iinini'iise beds of gypsum bnvo been
iliscovered in Fiiinn Cel., HI.
- An Iowa lmrHoncqq 011 weddiii" occa
sions iloesn'l khs Ihe btidc, bill Ihe other
lloMlnn can now boast of ton daily tn-
iers, two of them publishing distinct morn,
ing nnd evening editions.
-- A muss meeting of those who nro on-
IHiHodto excluding Hie Hilda from schools
is to bo held ill Cincinnati soon.
- All ori'iiii-i'iiinli'r was killed nn the
Clio road the othe r dav. So or. 0111.0,!,,. I..,-
are not immortal, ns sonio sinqsiseil.
Ml the gtriN 01 the Doiniliioii nro lu l.
log in love Willi Prince Arthur. Ho Ibev
would witli n jae kass if be weero r sprig ol
There In said lo bo n man 111 Keiilm kv
w ho lias no ears an. I no nnnil nperlnres.
Ho can hear ilislincllv IhroiiL'li his mouth.
The late lonm.lo in Fusion made such
serious work with the churches that ion's
Herald thinks it must havo la i n a freo ro-
I: ion w ind.
The Italians of Chicngo propose to eel
bralo the lievt aniiiversai y of Hie discov
ery ol ' Auiericit by I'oluinbiis, on Iho Pilli
- A child nix yeam old was recently run
over in boston "Don't wliin 1110. lather.
I'll never do to avaiii.'1 wcro his last
A Moan! shoved capable of eleiintr the
woik of on- linn. Ire. 1 men, bus just been
oil tn use oil one ol Iho Illinois rnllrondn,
ir tin' purpose nl loading cars with gravel
The new National Iute'llioe neer has an-
penrrd. It is published 011 tho co-opern-
live plan. In tho belief that a multitude ol
owners will sccttro n like number of read-
A Iloston clicmihl advertises thus: Tho
geiilleinan who loll his stomach for analy
sis, will idenso call nnd get il togutbor with
Tho product of ft ninedo praiievine ol
Iho Sciipiiernoiiu vulii'lv. iu .lacliHonyillo.
I'loiida, bus bc.u sold lor on hundred mid
ninety two dollars.
- An "old citizen" of South ISViitl. Ind..
says tho nwullowa nro Hying niiiisually
high, which is a Nine sign thaUUio winter
will net in curl v.
lieiiton Harbor, Mie h.. on I.nkc Mich
igan, 0110 ol tin' largi'st liuit shipping
points in tho valley of Iho Mississippi, hud
no existence six ienrs ago.
A litllo pill Iwelvo ve ars of noo. naiiied
Mary Ann Wall, passed thrniitdi P.ulV.do
n route tor Marshall, baviiiL' traveled nil
Ihe way from Kilkenny, Ireland, alone.
A horso on n Chieniro street enr fe ll.
while draw ing n cur nt a rapid nile. nnd
the wheels passed over him, killing him in
ft few momenta.
The good must sutler for tho evils ol
tho wicked- sixty churchi'S ehilnuged by
the New Kni'lun.l storm, nnd not oven 11
hingli' saloon unrooted.
Il is thought Unit Mil, I. brand, the Mis-
hotirri outlaw, has Inado good his escape
from thul Nlab, ns nothiiii! has been soon
or heard of him lor Nome time.
Some of the best men In I'.iir'lnii.l nre
studying thu iiffbriulo asylums iu' America
with much interest. Such iiiKtitiilioiis ure
scarcely known in tin at liritain.
Thoro la 11 boy in Iho Missouri Insane
Asylum upon whom they can keep neither
loines nor Hiioes, lie eats lliein all leav
ing the buttons and tack, on biiiiilate. nrols
ably like llsh bones.
TU II. I I ..f ue 'i..:. ...
.... .. , , i. 1 ei.ieeiv,
III., have in.liele.l Allen, tiiillaglier and Mo.
f1,...!., .1..1.1: 1 .1.
- ' -....w "l,"l. "J,, 111.,, III. -in BIC
strong hope s Hint Iho nce-uscd will get a
term iu the penitentiary.
l.. l!l......t ..... .'... I...- 1,
'..'nri;i iiei leioie inr ner tiyron
hIiui.1. r arliele than for her ordinary contii
btilions (o Iho Atlantic Monllilv. 'That is
110 more Inline v. thoui'b she recoivo.l a
great many more curses.
. 'PI,, 1 1:11, . a .......1.. .
,,r I, i. o. it,.. ,., .1., .1 1.
' ! ... ..iti.iif- ,11,, 1,
tipplying moist tobacco to (lie pit of (lie
mans st.iliini-b. l-'vitrv en eiui.li, tv.,u v..li,v.,.l
by the rniim-ipioiit HickncMH.
A f'liioti.rii 1.11,,,,) uo.-u ciTa-.I..!
' r-..-.. loniiiiseii
V......1....1 il j .1 1. ... M. 1 ...i..
, iji,-j,,i I'sieruay,
t 'i.lil'iii iiiii lutiifliM It, ol. ....... ... : : 1.
"- h"" n. .a-,., aiieiwilU
one thiiuib upon tho point of he r nose,
el I 1:. -. 1 . . m . '
liny lilie s ue-i; lllgliaiH llllll IllOVI'S Oil.
Til r.t'Bilivilln oniti.li. V.M..I. '.....
-.. ............ j, i.tiiiiieii,
tho oldest inhabitant has never seen so
gioouiy 11 cnaiiec 101 corn - not n lourtli ol a
crop will be Hindu. Onu or two showers ol
lulu havo improved thu tobacco. W Ileal
was goon. uuiH nn nverngo crop.
A Ltiil'.e.ik'ull.,UMtr, ut. ,.., .,, I.A
.......... n no.. n ,,-.,, nit:
Slnto Fair grounds, ut Toledo, Ohio, ou
Thursday evening, while r.tteinptiug to
, ,. .".ii, nuiiu in mn luruni llllll
uiotith, was so sovorely injured internally
.....v . nt.n iL-aiv-.i jiu WUIOII I1IU.
A loite r wns picked uu in Omaha fhe
other day, from Cheyenne, closing with the
following words: There is nothing doing
hero, uud n man is likely to starve ut any
lime. 1 liu lirnnil Jury is in session, mid
everybody expects to bo indicted."
A wealthy and beautiful vouinr hole In
Frio, l'u., receutlyuiurried nil uncouth uud
rippled Hlioemuker, who wus ulituelv mar.
ried and posHesseel of a family of children,
on tho supposition that ho was wealthy
uud 1111 agent of A. T. Stewart.
Tho rioo crop of South Carolina is bo.
ing rapidly harvested and generally prom,
ises well. Planters over much of the Slate
xpect to plant freely of small grain, iu or.
r 10 lessen 1110 injury iirisliiu Irom the
partial lailnro of the joi n crop.
- An "old miner" nl Avondalo nioiinHes
that heri'iifter nil (ho millers givu one day's
iay uvory your lownrn me Iiuul lor the
M in lit of Iho widowH unci orphans, liv
this means bo wiys they can raise $10. HMI.
and for himself, bo counts the first day's
worn none Hiiicu 1110 fiiiasiidpuo mien d lor
A geiilleinan in Macon, (la., predicts
that cotton will go down In lilloeii cents
during Ihu winter, and then rise to thirty-
iivu in 1110 Hiiiiiur, out 1110 j olograph, ol
that city, b lis li 1 lit lhatlhu crop is loohlioil
nnd the demand loo eager for such lliiclua-
A Mr. liowl, of Pobmi, Missouri, a few
dnys ago, t iok from Iho same limb ol a
needling apricot tre e iu his garden, perfect
Hpeciun ns of both ihe pench uml the upri
cot; probably the result of the pollen ol
the p. uch be ing ti:iu!:fe ird to Hie upneol
by honey been.
A little liuughle r ol lleorgo Tnrnbiill,
of the town ol Tioy, Ind., being sent into
the yurd by her mother to piilher clops ou
tlio evening of iho llh iiniluiit, wax bitten
by 11 riillleanake, uud died from the ellecU
on tlio following nioiniiig. The snakes
aro said to be more iiiiuierous Ibis season
Until for Hovel al heretofore.
- All old 1111111 iu Crawford county, peuu
Nvlvuiiia, culled "Crazy Udell," bus lot
twenty years, with necessary intervals for
sleeping nnd outing, walked, iu shine and
storm, Iroin Meadvilla to I'enu l.iue, a dis
tance of twenty miles. No inatlor how
hard it ruins, snows or blows, be continues
his ineeiisaiit tramp, tiniup, tramp. The
old man imagines himself to be Ihe Iuke
of Wellington, uud is ulways inarching to
the battletlold of Waterloo.'
- A Puget's tKonnd paper Hays Unit in
Kepiuwk l.uke, ut a point Home four hun
dred yards from the shorn, is forest ol
lurgo fir trecH, standing upright, the tops
of which ure mostly tinder water; but a
few of them reuidi out a tew feet It is bev
liovod thut a aection of the oouutry bus, al
a comparatively lain date, suuk ut thut
point, and so perfectly was the sinking au.
oouipliahed that the live retained their
- Mil Anthony wears No. H shoe s.
- flon. Spinner used lo carry leva b llern
lor J linrlow Weed.
--"Dolly" Davenport bnn niarried Minn
1 raiiKiin Aicuiellnn.
Kugono Hno' nutograph sells for two
irnncs iu I'aria.
- Ird Napier, of Mngduln, has left llom
bny for England.
- Edwin limit It
1 playing Hamlet iu
.lefl'erson's Now Vork onminemenl ban
netted him J'27,IKKI.
Rev. W. II. Mllbitrn. Iho blind nrench.
or, bus returned from Europe.
-dor. Wells, of Virolnin. returns to the
prnctico of Inw.
Cnplnin F H. Wnrd. of De troit, hns
rocovereel from a stroke of apoplexy.
-Jenny I, ind Is only f.iilv.oi.d.l bid
Ihoy sny she "looks liko sixty.''
.lim Mace, tho orcat r.nlih l.mill.l
dined with Vanderbilt tho other day.
A wnmnn prenchor, Miss Smilev, of
I'.alliinore, is cretiliug epiilo n stir iu 'Scot
- Thomas II. Holhr, Mnvor-eh'ct of San
Frnneisco, was once in Iho employ of A. T.
- Ex-Hocrelnry Klniitott is at Wolf,.bor
ongh, VI.. wilh bis family. Ho is iu ri-ry
- Mr. Fred. Hudson, oncn of Iho I.'er
ald. Is tho prospective editor of tho New
- Holhko, tho dancer, geds onn thousand
dollars a year. She shouldn't be sulky nt
- (leneral D. If. Hill is tn re open the
North Carolina military iiistiluto ut Char
lotlo. - Tho King of Sweden, likoneveralnlher
crowned beads, is said to think ol nhdicnt
ing. - Uishop F. D. Huntington hns been
presented with n house costing $'2'2,olKl, nt
Syracuse, N, V.
- Dr. Marion Sims, the eminent surgeon
to tho Empress Eugenie, is iu New Vork
- .Tames Saillicr, the well-known publish
er of Catholic hooks, in Now Vork, died on
-Miss Kellogg is credited Willi refusing
to receive tho Priiico ol Wales when that
young gentleman sent in his curd.
- Tho Huston Traveller calls Partem, be
onuse bo elelenels Mrs. Hlnwe, "Tlio Sun
choPun.a of npetlh'outed Quixotic."
- A Si'liooltnarni down in Coniieelicnt
walks seventeen miles beloro liri'iikfasl,
carrying a satchel and nil umbrella.
-- Anna (lagaiin is tho great heiress ol
Moscow. Her governor is n iiierclinnt U
Mosihiw, nud Is worth 7ri,tHHl,iMHi.
- Eliza Snow, Iho poetess of Flub nml
author of Mormon hymns, is kept in
hoard nnd clothes by Jlrighuui an n rewind
- Senator Sprngue employs not less 1 1 1 it it
eight thousand people, mid is credited with
recently raising their wngos fifteen per
- Mrs. Evans, one of thesuflorcrs by
Ihe Avnndulii disaster, loses eight of her
family her father, husband, three sons
and throe brothers.
- According to tho London papers, there
nro yet living two daughters ol the Mrs.
Augusta. Leigh whom Mrs. Hlowo, impli
cated with Lord Ityrou in her disclosure.
- It cost tho Princess Mathihlo upward
olone hundred thousand liancs to hush up
tho scandalous ulliiir in which she was re
The King of (iroccc is very fond of
negro music. Tho royal bund til Alliens,
in coiiKi'epte nee, plans' mostly St. ph. 11 Fos
Alexander II. Stephens passed through
Knoxvillolho the other day, elosely wrap
ped in shawls, although line thermometer
stood ut S,1 degrees,
Mrs. 1'orlrr, of Covington, Ky., who
bus pot the Louisville post ollii'e, is 11
daughter of the Hon. .1. T. Morehcud. M.
C. from PeiniKylvniiia. Her husband, .ludgo
I'.ruee Porter, is dead.
Tlio President of nltopublioatl Club ut
Taiiigoini, Spain, lias been uSHUSsinuted.
-A new lino ol telegraph cable, to In
laid between Ireland nud Novn Scotia is
Threo young nien of l.russels bnvo
just inii.ln the trip from that city to Paris
Seven grounds of divorco aro allowed
ill China, the fourth ol wliich is lalknlivo
uesH iu tho woman.
Thoro nre over a hundred vermicelli
factories in (ienoti, tho product of which
conies mostly to this country.
King Victor Kmniniiuel nnd tbnDiplo
inatio body nt l lorenco will go to Venice
to receive tho EinpreHS ot tho French on
her wuy to tho East.
Dr. Livingstone has boon eloetod cor
responding member of the Paris Aca.lemy
of Sciences, to 1111 -Hie vacnncy lull by tho
death of l'rof. A. 1). iiacho.
A council of bishops of tho (ireek
Church nt St. Petersburg, to be presided
over by tho Emperor, is proposed iu oppo
sition to the Ecumenical.
In England, when railway companies
sell tickets uud tho cars aro full, exediuled
pnuseiigeis biro coaches, und make the
oouipauy, by suit In court, pay the bill.
Tho nuvil chorus is to bo sung al Syd
cnhuui Crystal Pulace by eight thousand
voices, with accompiiniineiit of nuvils, can
non nnd bolls. Tho idea ih sneered at by
tho Loiidou niusicul journiilH.
An enrly burlesipie by Mr. liyron,
"Tho Pilgrim of Love," bus beeu revived
ut tho Loudon Strand Theater, und is im
mensely huocoshIuI, ultliotigli tho jouriiuhi
speak of it as one of tho author's weakest.
1 is founded on ft luln iu Irving' Album
bra. Tho Loudon Revolutionary (!orrcs
liolideueo, Niiid lo bo edited by Karl ll'in.l
says iu a recent iirlielo: The Einpross Eu-
gome is a seii-couvicieii nljorlioiiist
Against any other decent womnii wu would
hesiliite to prefer such a 111111(0, but uguiust
tho Empress Eugonio we aie at liberty to
ay bo much. eaio in poHsessinu of s'ulll-
cieiil Incuto iiibsluutiutu the churge."
-Thu Uerninu geiitleuiau of tho peiiod
anuouiices au addition to bis family in thin
lunhion through the newspupers: ' I have
the honor ililo'y to announce to my ruin
lions and liieinlti the happy delivery of my
dear wife, Julia, uiaidcu name Saltmnin,
of a healthy, etrong boy. Cologne, Aug
17, 1W.'.I. Edwnr.l Fomiu. '
- Tho entiro cost of the Kile, ennui, tit
bo opened next December, has been about
M .Oim),IMH; but to include improvements,
wliich will be applied as experience mav
suggest, we may safely Hut the totnl Hum at
(So.UtMl.OuO. It is estimated by Home au
thorities that the uiinuid business of the
I'linal will nmoiiut to I ),(MH,KMI Ions, nnd
that ils gross receipts will be lNI,IMMI,tSHI
The IihIh of puteiits grunted iu France
contains some curious articles, among (hern
the following : - A hat with decorated rim;
an umbrella hut; a woman's byginuio and
impermeable ukirt, culled "la Prevoyuule;"
stockings with garters attached; u uiaclinn.
ieul muslarel-pot; applicatiouof the instiuet
of aiiiinals to the giiidatico of Hti-aiu enr
ringea on ordiiuiry roiuls.
F.uch of the eighteen states into which
China is divided has a separalu diulect;
those ol one state cannot understand thoau
ot auother. Each slate is sub-divided into
ten provinces, aud a great disuimilurity
olleu exists between Hie lunguage apokeu
in oue province aud thut used tu auother
-the aoceut and prouuuuiation being dif-foreut.
or 'in p; a; k.
DR. KENNEDY'S RHEUMATIC
AND NKURALOIA DISSOLVENT.
ii'litr. ron n? vtPir tht ft nrt of tnmm 9hm'.9
hrtft'lMir, hnt I mean mitj worti of ft. l hftrltWHi
thnrv. When jfiiir rwm It rark1wifti
in. y'ii CHnnol ti Inrn rotrtoir In Hm1, m tit
r. "H mnM t aivt n-irlflr, in Hi nmriiirc
wtHii.t if tt mn oipht, ind kl niRtit winliinn il ttatiumu
inn: M10nyDO h
wlim nvmfnmiim hi j.mr Unmg in lit I h Mitt of
wt, i'it( latMr: Hm mot nn 111 nml but fmion
niotut fK 11 r horl, aii l ilriviDaT foil la t lie vary tern f
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N IATM A.
(Ihftt I hvfi )t,t (ot Itironrh witti,)lil mo! wfnl,
m 1. 'liorin, mcMl ntfctiitlli tlMlictnit, mtt
t'TH hrk't.r ml m. uil wikrninf n' nil liai ft at
cu niici our tom ImiiiAt nlitr: Wbvn yon luiralti
l.l i ha, id,
ltn intt writhing In atont nnd pto, iiitfthla to lutn
rirf in Irn.i, n vri mirnmMnt win mo to tour
llfBrt lkl A knit BfM fi.M II rtlaaaf ami
of lliMf (tiHti in a Irw da in not tba Oiaalttt
mw.K iii n.piiiii 01 ina A, iii na winl ta I
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n' an. I llirra wp.wv.fiiN nt w-tr thru'a limn a ttif, tul
n a taw I'm wvef t'liMi-lnnt rtionmaitci antl iura7a
ItKtn iM ho th..!-. I m, 1 tin ll i I He kitlni.
MariirncinnMl l.f MN . KKNN.IV,
W HOt.lt U.r ArtrNTH ffnllof tnli.r 1.1
hinitti. K I' lM)iwr A iii't ItiirnhamaA VanHohaaH
ll iitiui a i' nra 1. 1 ttrnin Jl hina, 1 1 tngtt ; i ra,u S
ll.it". it, HI. a .1 Kimiii, tiwtrlh Jk Ktn, HotiimuA
Kt-niltll Mllwlilktii: Mel 1tH0.l1 A M.'nr.l I 1
N..7H1 Hkn.. Nl. Tatil; k.hii Itroa ,. f. Walritl,
Mentnra Hr'a.Nl. dtm: hlnnra A 'I rlat .liinli.nk..
A llaaa. Iilnti.
At reUH f all rtTiiri'a. Prif. jkl.Eti.
Ttia ntvlwr-lan-d arltl rhnnrfnllr mall (fRKKi tn ii
Whn witt'i il Iho Hti)"ii a tut lull 'lifct inna tnr triiriM
a'i1 itniMr Ki'nplo Nni ItiMtut I till V )? tttlilf Hnltti
thut wilt iTiinifliaiMlf rittniivDl'nii. Fifrklf, 11 1-
pi--, m a, ami uu ""M'l l''n HI) II ln,l')f 1 )ftl
livnkiu, ItvivitieV thu NA'na tote, rltwr. Mtunt.i h mnA haa.
liltil. Ha will alwiaanJ M(KK lnM niclirna for pri
(liirmaT. Itr tr iimil montm. a i iiiiinutif nn..i -
ok Ha IK on a liahl hmm nr mnnoih tc tn ) tliaa
Ihirlr il.ija from tlrai ai;llralinn 'I ) ahora rao ,m
ohtaniFcl l.jr rolitrn in it 1 1 ly aililrnNnm.t Tlltrfi. t .
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III lr-ni In 4 ,i,rM
t'ur.a Suit H keura.
I'tir.' HnrbmV Itfb.
I'nreea Old Sore.
Ctirft rvry kintl of ttumr t l. '
l'rlc e, Mic aliiixiliy intill.tt.H'.
A.l.trrMe Vi I I KS A rill-l h R l:u w..hin.in. si
I'nr aal hy all t.maaiea KiieUfen, Mata.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A HI N i l. KM VH whf.flnfT. rmi fnrynara from Nart,n
OaMittr, rrPlimlnra lacv.nl all thaaffoclaut footh
fal tmliwrxllnn, will, fur Itiarnkaof anfTarinn lintnanity
anJ frrn Ut all wbo ntod it, Ilia rat'ftlpt antl diractli t a
for makinti lha aimpla ramai Uj whinti tia araaonti d.
Huffarara mailing to profit lf lha aiWarliaori aapa I
noa, ran un an t at'lraiinr 'n part ait t rnntltlanea
JOHN H. (HIOHN,
ttiltdlt Hn. 4J ttailar atrv. Naw VorH
8IM1LIA SIMILIBUS CUKANTOR.
III'M IMIH K S'
nK nttlVir.l. h ROM TDK hUtHT AMl'l.l
ifriaiit!, an nliiu tnot'Mi hm p i l'nmiii
I-thutaui ami IfffliuMta. 'I hy ara tha oulr Mniioin
iiarlmllv ki1at.tl.rwl Iu poptilar ilntt tn kininln Itmt m,
takPM cannot ha mad in iiftni t hnni ; to liarmlfina tm (
! Itita irntti nanrer, ami nn rlhoifiil aa lo ta alM
rnhahla Tlmy hav ri-t'it ihn bitrhfHl cnmn.aif.lati
truiu all, aud will aiwajw reoiUr aaiiatautiua
I. imrwrt rnwn, t'nt(ftlion. InHmninitlnna ,
J, ' Wuiih-. Wor n I Mr. Worm U.ilic
'.t, ' tiryiiiR Oolir nr l'(wiiiinir ul Intaaia ,.
4, lliari)ii-a nf (Jlnhlran or Ailnlia
U. ' Innti7, t .fipint' hiht,iin(lulio
li, " I1iniira Mindun, SoiiiiIihr
7, " !ouaha, tloltlw, i.rmii liiiii ,
M, Nniiraira, Ton'liftcha, hat-aatiha
)i, " tiala'ha. hu'h ll-xMilauhn, an imu. ,
tl, l'"H l, liiuouaj tilit;li . .
l ' Htiiiiraml. or Trunin! l'eriota
J, W liiltw, Inu profit'! TartfNli r
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4, " Mall KliKiint, hrvRiphlHB, I'.rnptiou V
ft, Itliatiniaiiiui. Kliuuti hmo Tama
.HI th tihuvr a iv i ut fiii tit 17 it.. V. with Uiri-ctitnu.
Cintluinii); th'Hlil?nminfitiri,itt A. .')' (M
Thfh.llnwina un- atta iM ui- in vialt an, I art mth
at tif Mm? ftrti m fV' u t to
I'MVarantl Asn, I 'hill Vfar, Aituaa
, iinnn tir oiwvti.nir
Ol'O'Mliiiy, itil Horaot SSumk Kfta
t 'utarili, actitti or chrftm loiluu.
W ii'MiiniiH (.ktufh. iolani tloutth
AmI hma, oppriwi HimhIIiiiim
K.tr lnm'liHrMit. Inpairil Hnannii
Ht rofniH, I'.niKrictMl t.UiMln, HwallliiKa
llntmral lfhiht, Thyanal Waakouaa
Iiropity, and w amy Hm'rtuoii ,
Hii kiidita. Kn kiitma Irom Hitliun
K iilm j I K iias, ( li avwl
Nrvoui. Onhi iiy, Nntinal I' iiuaaionn, idvoI
nntiiry I Mf t'h.irK'M
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MtillariiiK-w al clianicocl ln i
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iip(hna, IKoaratod Nor Threat
J':i!i I'll fril tarn riti., nittrwvo nr mMrmvut case,
vontiiminif a tfwifif jur t vrry iint unity ituriis
a Jam tit U nut-jit ( to, ami hiu-kioj thrti turns , .
Kroui $1n in ft
Ktnallar Kami If and Triivelinir Uniaa, ail li Ato.
viala rom if .tnif-l,
Hpti itli-if ltr all 1'iivala Duaiimi, hint) for Curing
and for pravetitiva lrualuiut,iu tialaand um kat
trook - lo ,t
Cum Hum, ltruis .i, .amm, , Sr-?tt,fi,rr Tfrnhit,
titrtiinx, Tixithtit hr, Haiit h-, AViinirni, Hhrumattsm,
i.n hi !;', i'ih$t llnitt AViHji, Sve f.'ifi, itlntiiijvt
th l.umjx iVnxf, tSttiHuii h, oi of I'iht; i'urnt. 1 7ivi jfc
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KrTliaH Haitiadie. airapt TONIVH t I'HAUP
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