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A GENTLEMAS who suffered for fear from Rerrons
Debility Premature Decay, and all the effects of youth
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ror making the simple remedy by which he was cored.
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- by mdilresbuig, m perfect con&denoe, .
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BETROTHED, WEDDED, DIVORCED.
BY "NED BUNTLINE."
"I this the ro:n'? Are ou tnre tLat the
beautiful rtranger will patss Iuti?"
lee. tach duV lor a w-tk rnet sue lias
galloped up thin biitllo path, on ti e time
tiiorcugn brea bo: p, riding witu a Icarlet-s
trace. She is beautiful in face, c-xquir-ite in
furm. By fair means ot foul, I will polHb
ht r, for mT very toul is in chuns eiuce 1 firct
net t-yea upon her. I have striven in vain to
ii-arn who the is. Mounted as well as the
best cavalier in the park, I sought to trace
her home. Three times ubcening that 1 ful
lowed,bhebae eluJed me her horse outstrip
ping mine, ana yet, each day, l cee ner nere
again and lock on touie beauty I Lad not
The two who thus conversed fetor d hold:n!i
their hort.ee by the eiue of one of tho rornau-
uc Dimie-patba m tbo Central r.irK. T.i-y
were nittt-class gamblere, L.f 1.5 Utirant aim
Frm.k Bell hor by name. tirt:ierr in one cl
(he great gaming pala t ot the eity.
lou mean to lurce ourbe:t tn lier ac-
qtaintance, ii I understaud jou.FihLk'f 1 eaid
tho elder f the two.
"I do, and mv tilan ia tuch tliat it c nnot
fail. Vou observe that vagabond boy, bmok
ingacigar beneath the tne neatly opposite.
He smokes to keep nre ready lor use. tvaton
hie motion end mine, as vou et c the be:utiiu)
stranger approach, and you widreai my plan
and ee it executed at tue eamu time, imohi
tnei v bhe corned
A tharp w hietle from Frank Belphor caused
;he vagabond boy to look alive, aud as a ludy
with trebeea of dark brown bair. flcatiug
loosely from beneath her je black riding hat,
gal.oped up ina.narrowroadwayouamaguin
cent horte, the young wretcli threw liybtej
breworka in tne pa: n.
The h re, terrified, boanded to one uide.
hYri in -1 " v '
Bible the beautiful rider could keep Iter sat
tUm, aa the young villain cast another
bunch directlY bentalh the aunnal. the lior-f
wiid with affnght, gpraiif; forward, and dAhtd
madly toward a point wbtre a dep cuhmu
"Heave-iiar" cried Bt-Ipbor, realizin; the
young lady's peril, "tlio ia going to her
iSho was almott on the ecTge of the chasm,
wlitn a man in the military gat b of anotlicer.
roso frum the verge of the rock where he had
been teclining, eeiz d the horiee by tbe bit
wun a giant a t-trt-ngtii, and be:a it rearing
on the verv verge of the cliff, till the ladv
had clipped from the caddie, and etood by Lis
I owe you a life, eir," she said, in a low,
tremulous tone, "I owe you a life, arid It hail
never lorget it.
"Fair lady, the eervioe I Lave had the hap
piness to render is a thousand time repaid
oy tne tnougbt trat 1'n'Viaer.ce viac a me
where I couid prevent the fcaciifice of t uoh
marvelous beauty. Pardon me 1, a eoidier,
reaiea alar Iroui couitlev scenes, mav be
rud? aiid hattv in speech, but I wouid nut be
"I know it, tsir, and as I eee strangers ap
proaching, will ackyou to adjust my broken
bridle rein, and to asuibt me to my add'e
without their interference. This card, with
my name and residence, will tell vou where
to call to receive from me a more filling tk
nowltdgmeiit that I appreciate your rournge
uu mnujj biuuuvoci
bhe handed him tbe card just aa Frank Bel
pbor rode hastily up, and the latter saw the
oliieer receive it.
His face was white anger the cause of tbe
paior, for another had rendered ihe service
he had courted another evidently rejeived
the encouragement he rgned for the prol
able chance of a visiting acquaintance.
I f.-ared a terrible accident and nwlt
hither to endeavor to avert it," he cxclaiuiud.
"This gallant officer has nobly preserved
me, ana now readers tne assistance or Gran
gers unnecessary," said the lady, with cold
liour bridl ia rcadr, and I think vou
horse is tow completely controllable," eaid
the officer.' "Permit me to ast-i&t you, and at
the same time to proffer my card, with mv
nsiue and rank."
Gratefu'ly I accerl both, and rliill expect
an early. call," she said, as the olhcr lilted
her to tne tacldle.
The gambler heard hf r words and taw the
look which accompanied them, and bis face
was ghastly in his effort to suppress the ragj
which liiied his breast.
But he did not forget his intention to f rce
an acquaintance, at ail events and at all rh-ks.
Suggesting that the lady's horse was not
yet under sale control, ha 'aekid permission
to escort her as she rode on.
With dignity the ladv declined his offer cn
the ground teat the did not need fid from a
stranger, ana preferred to ride alone.
Before he could say another wjrd the was
far away on her epii iied animal .
Baffled, the angry gambler tiirned to the
officer, and demanuei to eee the card the
lady had given.
The demand was refused with the contempt
The foiled libertine, swearing to have Ms
faction, demanded the card of the officer,
who quietly gave it to hiui, with h e addresK.
"Mother, I have met my destiny at lastl '
It was the mysterious trquesuicune' of the
Ce ntral Park who spoke.
Beautiful in an evening neglige, with her
brown cur.ing Lair falling over lul , rloping
shoulders, her queenly form half concealed
and hall displayed in the loose robe she
wore, her dark eyes fall of enthusiasm, it was
no wonder the mother gazed on her with
proud admiration as she answered:
"Yonr destiny, Anna? What do you
That I Lave this day had a strange ad
venture, dear mother. 1 have looked deatn
quarely in the face, and h act it not been for
he man whom 1 term my destiny, you would
.iot be childless. I will tell you "all bv and
y, but this 1 will av now: In him to whom I
allude I have also f1 uud the first person in
whom my heart in its inner throbbings ha
ever acknowledged an interest the first
whose voice has lingered on my ears after he
was oat of eight !"
"Anna, have you fallen in lose, and with a
"I am in love, I believe, roothtr, and with
one whom I never saw until to day. But he
is not a stranger to me, to you, or to fame.
He i an officer and a gentleman, one whoee
services have ben acknowledged by deserv
ed prom jtion, and who has made his mark
with his pen as well as his cword !''
''His name, my daughter ?"
"Colonel Edgar Want-field, mother. Have
you not seen it in print ?"
"lew, often; but tell me how, when and
where you met him."
Anna Marston gave an account of the dan
ger which she had escaped, and enti:us;a9
:ically described the heroic conduct of her
"Mother," she eaid, at the close of her nar
ration, ,lI looked down into bis blue eves
while I faltered between lifp and death, and
in their soulful depths I read my fate, la an
instant 1 1- ved him with a love that will know
no change but in death."
"Anna, my child, this is iolly 1 To give your
iove ueiore u u sou gut, is unmaiaeuiy to eay
"Mother, it is the voice of nature, and who
snail still its pleadings t lili nowl have been
as ice to all who have sought my smiles till
now distrustful, believing that the heiresx,
and not the woman, being wooed, should
ne'er be won. But it is over. He will corns
to eee me he wall woo I shall ecept, and I
pray Heaven we may be happy 1"
At a later hour, when Mrs. Marston was
alone in the drawing-room, a servant enter
ed and said:
"Colonel Mansfield has called to eee Miss
Bequest him to walk in and I will gladly
we'eome him; then you mav iniojui my
danghter of his arrival."
The Colonel entered, was received w ith a
courtesy, a gratefal kindness, which made
that queenly matron nobly prepossessing in
h s eight.
The conversation, hinging much on the
service he had been so happy as to render,
continued until the rustle of her dress an
nounced beautiful Anna Marston, our he
roine. As he rose, she glided forward, and
with bands extended to grasp his, ex
claimed: "I am bo glad you have come so soon, that
my dear mother may with myself join
in a renewal of grateful expression's for "
"A service wh eh fortune threw in mv way,
and to which I hope my kind friend wilf make
no fuither allusions, for by the honor of h -r
acquaintance I am more than rewardnj. I
hops you feel no evil effect from the startling
incident of the da 1"
None at all. And lean cow explain to
you how it occurred."
The reader, who ha noted all the incidents
of the plot laid by Bolphor, needs 1.0 repeti
tion of them here.
Colonel Mansfield listened, and with the
keen perception ot a man of the world, read
the entire plot in all its dark de-tads. And
while he rejoiced atits failure, he warned th
ladv thxt bad men seldom give 11 u a wicked
p an because foiled at first, and that she
must yet guard against peiii from the;e
Urged on, they could not eay why, or
cared not to ask. eacn in tnrn connted to
tbe other a knowledge of their respective
lhe colonel, who bad gamed his rank in the
volunteer service, was now about to enU r
the regular army as a captam of cavalrv. He
intended to do so, for in frontier and "garri
son duty he could find leisure to use l.is pen,
and the income from that, added to his regu
lar pay, wonia enaoie turn to continue to
support and educate an orphan tioter bis
xaear nine reari, tnen at the Kutgers Female
He informed Miss Marston that h;s sister
j, j; .iT 7, sister
would SrdaaUj during the following week,
and that it v as his intention to then take her
to the Wi!i witti him.
' For." he added, "the is too young, too
pure, 1 1 go out alone in contact with the
' "When your dear tister graduates, I would
like to have her here to live with mo. Her
reoni .--hall be next mv own. Birds shill eir.g
in every window, and floweis greet her eye
on every side. Promise ino, my pres-rver,
that you will let her live with me, at least lor
a tim'j ?"
"X would bs unjust to both you and her to
refuse, and if you will, together we will visit
her to-morrow, for it is Saturday, and she
will be a 1 day at heme."
Anna, nobfe-hearted, far above the selfieh
ness of too many .f tiie wealhtv daughters ol
America, ih.w ri v alt d her .oul.ul nature, as
weli as a part of her history.
"D' not think me bold.Colontl Mansfield,"
Mieeaid. "I do not mt an to be. But I am, I
fear, a spoiled child. Moth r waslert awid w
when I was very youuir, with aa immeuse for
tune on her bands, a large pait of which be
came mine a year ago, when I became cf ago.
sh" his had mo educated at home, but has
allowed me always to have my own way in
everything. It ha made me- independent
and wil ful, ap" to speak ju--.t as I feel, and
to tu t as I believe right. If I trr, forgive
"Dear Miss Ann, your faults are the faults
t f an a'sti, and I ran never eee them. Were
I w eal'liy, pl.tocd above the influences of that
tido- wbie-h, eijbiug and flowing, carries poor
humanity whither it wills, I would feel iixle
pend. lit, and say more to you now than hon
or wili permit." For to tell you that I love
you, to ask yuu to give your love and haud
lo cue u-jabic to do more than to keep him
self ent of d-bt, and to ri.-e and educate
one rwcet tisti r, weuld indeed be dishonora
ble." "E.lv'ar MuiiifieM, I drop all ties, I scorn
all coid ceremony, I hale c nveutionahties. 1
a.-kiH'Wl. dge that I ice yon -that nature
whispcs tome that ton are tho one, thennly
one t'. wh.-m I can confide the happinces ol
'Oh, Anna, is not this a dream?"'
"No, Edi'ar Mansfield, it is real, and every
word tlmt I have uttered comes from my
heart. The world, too cold to read hearts as
h'arts are, may no. understand me, bat yen
wi 1. Love hprit.gs into exietnco tven as
volcunti; fires lern frura, tlieauow-criuned
t-mTmrilmu. ai d I lone !"
Tuts outburst ef affection was enceeeded
by ai ry ot alarm. A:,na Maret n, raising her
eyes to the rurtaiu f the large wind iw,
fronting ti.e pmior, sw a face which sho im-meil'ai-.ly
recognized. Her startled txcU
mation caused the- owi.ct of the face to fly,
and 1 uri-nit was male in vain.
To account for the presence of this strange
fiiee at Mis Marston's window, it ii neces
sary to return to thr two gamblers. With
hitter curses on his lip Belphor rejoined his
partner. Purs:,!, and explained tha manner in
which Mansfield had saved the ladv and hovr
he had been literally relused an opportunity
10 maae ny acquaintance wim ner.
While hs was threatening to challenge his
rival, tor su.'h he mentally made hiui, the
vagabond urchin who had shared in the work
ru.-h- d up, demanding the five dollars which
B3Dhorhad prumised htm.
Belphor gave him the p oney, and the
boy was about to run off when the gambler
"Not bo fat, boy. I've more work for you.
Do yon sr-e that fficer walking towaid the
Drive ? Well, I want him followed and watch
e-d. lio'il go to In a hotel first, that I am eure
of. But after he comes out aiain, I want to
know where he gees to, and I don't want him
to know that he is watched. D.i this and
bring the information to my lodgings here's
my card, wllh the address and I'll give yon
five dollars more-."
"All right, guv'nor," returned the boy, who
was ab jut to set forth on the mission, when
Durant stopped hitn. Tbe latter, who had
bran iiiUntlv scrutinizing his face for eocie
m nients. fancied that 1 o det;et d in Lis fea
tures a striding resembla'ice to tho -e of a mi
serly millionaire who pretended to be a child
"lioy. what is your nime?" Durant askod.
"Awniugc? That is a singular name. Why
are you called Awnings?
"Because I was found under a heap of awn
ings w hen I was a sq iarler. But you'd better
let me run art'-r tht cov-; if von d n't want
him to get out of signt before I start."
With a nioti n Durant assented, and tho boy
eHrted in puisuit of C:l. Mansfield. Thi re
sult of his mission has been inferred by the
reader, for it wss Vwniti's fics that had
st.rtk'd Miss Marston when she boheid it
g'caniitig -tit Iter through the window.
Her Sim tied cry caused the boy t beat a
hasty retreat, stid with ripid footsteps he
made his way to thu gambler's dwelling to
make his report.
Mr. Belphor wc.s alone in his rharnbr when
the boy entered, but was joined by Mr. Les
lie Dui ant before hj had time to sriesb.
tWil, have you followed that officer?" ask
ed Beli'ht r.
"I guets I have, sn J seen the la;ly too. and
-he was so iovm' with her. I was 'ia ten feet
of 'em for an hour, and josHus'.' lhe love they
did talk ! I'd have hearfl more, but she seen
me and I htd to cut aud run or thev'd have
nabbed me, and I gU'-es I'd got goblins then!'"
-v nere does this lady liver"
''Why, cl. se to Washington Square, where
I got c ubbed for stotiin' sparrows."
And you heard tho officer and lady talk?'
"You"d better believe I did. She said sh
loved him, and he eaid beloved her. And
tliev lodke 1 aa if tuey did."
"You have done wdT," said Belphor.
"There is a tc-n-dullir bill for you l.ut tiO
came of tho )a ly, did you find that out?"
he callet her Miss Anna lirsf, and
then he got down to Auria alone, and then
be hitched on a handle, aud it was C ar
"You heard r.o other nin;e?"
"Then you will hav? to show me the house."
'Give liie another X and I wiij"
'You littlo rascal. Have you no consci
ence?" "Guess r .it have you, 60 I can see what
"He hits ye.u again. Frank," said Dnrant,
laughing. "I guesa the boy has as ranch
conscit neo as eith- r you or I. and he would
have precious little at that. Yen had better
give him .he extra ten and make him e'ean up
aud get better clothes. I think when lhe
dirt and rags are off, I'll remember who it is
that he looks like."
'I'll give you another ten-doilar bill, but
you must go and w abh and get some better
clothes on if I do, so vou can go w:th me to
the house. Will you do it ?"
"In coureo I will. I'll ketch cold, maybe,
tikln'cff the reuli dirt, bnt it isn't no worse
than the meisles. I've had iheni."
"Can you eet other clothes tj-night ;"
"Y-s;"ii!ght is jnt the time to work down
on Water, or in Baxter etrett."
Colonel Mansfield Lad just finished his
morning toiiet the d.iy after the occurrences
just narrxted, wiien a servant brought up a
card, and announced the gentleman whose
name it bore as waiting b-Iow.
" 'Lientenant Muggins 1' A singu'ar name.
I remember 1.0 such officer; but cevcr mind
thow him ud l"'eaid the colonel.
la a coup'e of minutes Lieutenant Muggins
entered lie was not m uniform. He wore
a bla-k frock coat that was rather eeedy. His
clothes had been good and fashionable once,
but it was long, long ago." His faco was
not prepossessing. It had that brutalized
look which the constant use of strong drink
will give to any man. And yet there was
something in his air, erect carnage, even in
the manner in whieji he bowed as he lifted
hia hat, that eaid ho had once been a gentle
man. "Is this your card, eir ar? you L;eu!ecant
Muggins?" asked the colonel, as hehuidedja
chair to hia visitor.
That is my name. sir. Have I the honcr
to address Colonel Edgar Mansfield ':" replied
"My name is Mansfield, end I commanded
the th cavalry during Ihe late unpleasant
ness. Jlav I ask to what branch ot th ser
vice you are attached, as the lack of uniform
doe 1 not permit me to judge without ask
"To none at Dresent. I was in the iufant-
rv. but got sick and resigned. I havecailed.
sir. on very disagreeable business, that is to
any but Us military men it would be disagree
And Lieutf nant Muggtrs e'raightenc-d tip
took out a very shallow-looking pocket book,
aud from it ex'tract-d a note,
r.ising, he extended this to the colonel, and
"I have the honr.sir, to fay that when y.-.u
have taken rote of trie con'enta of tbtt docu
ment, I shall bs rnobt haopy to be referrid to
het friend whom you may eelect to arrange
The colonel took the no'e. It was uns ealt d
He tead it and a sarcastic emil played over
his features as he- d,d so. It took but a few
seconds, and tbf-u he quietly toreth missive
into scraps and threw them on the floor.
"What am 1 1 infer from that action, eir?
What reply am I to take back to my friend,
Mr. Frank Bciphor?" cried Lieutenant Mug
gins. 'I have no reply to maae lo a man of hia
class and business," said the colonel, quietly.
"When te dit s, if justice is done, the Vn
ma will expedite him on l.is route below. It
is not work for a gentlemon to do. If you
remain here one ruiuu'e more, Lieu'euatU
Mn?cinf. titer the d clarati .n that you are
the friend of a gambler and a scoundrel, yon
will have the opi.ortur.ify of saying that I
coi!1ecerid d to kick von out of mv room."
"You would k ck me-we-, e r ? I'll III "
"Well, sir, fhnt will yu do?"
And Colonel Maiittie'id rose from hie chair,
end began with a slow, measured etep to ad
vance toward t!;e lieutenant, whose face was
very red almost purple -but now btgan lo
'I'i! go, 6ir, wiiliortt being kicked, to tell
him y- u refuse ro fisbt; and he'll poet von,
:r. and chastise you, t-.-o 1 Maybe you'll kick
The lieutenant was hurryirg over the
threshold when he eaid this, and as Lis face
was yet tnrn-d toward what I e deemed the
point of attack that is, the end of the col
onel's heavy cavalry boot he did not eee
whore he vas going, and, being at th; head
of a flight ol stairs, he ui-ide an uncxpt cte.uy
Alt thft eo:?nei saw cf htm was his heuU
as they went up and tho bead went d wn.
Heteltno creat snxiety about his f.Ue,
however, and fiuisuing his toilet, etaittd
shortly afterward to meet his dear young
Major L., his worthy host, smiled as ho
passed out, and remarked, quietly:
"Yon made a ten-etiike a litilr
colonel. I knew what was up, and was gTad
10 eee ynuenaiH? game as you did." Tne
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One of Nd Buntiine's admirers, after read
ing the opening part ot "f hp. Shadowed
Altar," was bo n-ucli delighted with it that
ia a burst of enthusiasm he cashed off the
following lin s:
Oh, listen, maiden, listen.
A story I will tell
About a loving couple
A dashing b-an and bllc
I'll speak of thi ir bet-oth J
Their wedding and Its c e
Their troublei Sbd their t.i ils
And how thy were divorced,
hhoo. Fly I Dout bother nit" !
Shoo, Fly I Do ,'t l'llirr me I
Hhoo, Fly I lon't biher inc t
For I mut read t -e Oarnr Wfkklt !
I Ifel like telling ia er
I feel ike t 1 1 i 1 1 ma
I v 1 ke telling l-rutr.er
I feel lik t liiiiir pa
I feel like teliing Cous n Sea
And hnlwnConin Walter
I fel like teDim; evrry one
To read the Shadowed Altar.
The following list of Western pateuta were
issued from the Uuitt d fute rsteiit Oflicp.
for the week t'Ptllg Feb. 8. 1S70, as l rported
by Farwell, E;liworth .V Co.. Solicitors and
Counsellors iu Pateut Causes, 102 Ijtle street,
Seed drill J. B. Clemans, Kir.i.
Railway car bmke 1. II. tUer. Monmnu h.
Corn starch cutting knife tiuoJatll & Bibcock,
rk-ien'iflc playiDR cards C. Goodwin. "Chicigo.
Hhj gatherer W. E Phelps, hlmwood.
Hone, power Jim-s IE K md. Unieaito.
Supousion br.dve-Jirvis Koy.i, White Ro. k.
Cooking ttove Whi e fc Bugles, Geneseo.
Phippii.g hx.ks N. Hav- nualr, Cant n.
CarriaKS Whefi K W. JIeO;eiliin, Spnnyfield.
Harvester cutler C. K. Myra, Pckin,
Keck-oke tug Go. Iiennott, Jew Penringtoti.
btoani englu! Htielleulxuk Ic Hurt .n, Seymour.
Hy-wheel H. L. Farr, Iudian ipnlis.
Turn-table C. A. GreenUaf, Indianapo'i.
Flanging apparatus E. Began, In..iauapolis.
Farn box for street car W. W. Wormoo-l, Pu
bnqne. bed bottom Clippetiper 4 Prat-, Newton.
Oven lHil Moore, Divenport.
Churn J. W. X. S nitb, Indepeudesce.
Gun wiper B. F. Gleelb-, Sparta
Warer wheel G. A. limi on, Belolt.
Shift conpdns C. F. DuVall, Mdsrankce.
Water eleva or w Maud & Y un, M.)i. mouth.
Umvoraal joint A. Twicbel, Darlington.
Belt tightener Chauilx-naia & Clawson, Plain
A Woman Lawyer—A Bohemian on
Donn Piatt, in a letter lepcrting the in
cidents of the woman suffrage meeting in
I was very weary of the whole concern,
when at the close I received a tonic from
Mother Stanton, iu L-.-r introduction ot
Miss Phebo Conzhw, E-q , of St. Louis.
TDia young woman, who u studying lnw
in Missouii, is, I should eav, looking at
her through my opera glas, i-bout twenty
one years of age. She is talL well formed,
and possessed of a strikingly handsome
face. The chiu rounds iu u little too
much, bnt makes the ua.su ko necessary to
a determined character. The mouth,
expressive enough,' buffers from the
chin and incline) to dish. The
face is a lair ovl, rather 1 Lg, and the
nose, like General Fremont, fdis to ttsert
itself sufficiently. Cut a woman with a
delicate complexion and a glorious pair of
eyes, snch as Miss Couzis has, is beautiful-
Her hair is of the raveu hue, and her
heavy eyebrows und laches t:ive force to
one of the mot;t intellectual luces I ever
looked on. S'ae approached the eta ml wih
timid grace nlneso, that won aii hearts be
fore she said a word and then ast-nmibg,
apparently without design, an exquitdu
pose, she'opened her lips, and the sweet
voice came ringing out like coins dropped
down a many iathomed well.
By Jove, there i no rise m my attempt
ing to criticise that address. All knowl
edge was won out cf me ihtongh my admi
ration. It was the lovlient tiling I ever
saw, and the sweetest I ever heard. Go
thy way, Fhe-be, conquering and to con
quer. A "platoon of such advocates would
carry suffrage as a south wind can ies pdors,
blessed and blessing.
Her elocution was perfect Toward the
close of her effort she quoted a paragraph
from Parker Piilsbury. It wa lik-j a set
ting of poor words in the sweetest of melo
dies. Parker actunlly shone in his poverty,
for she gava him su .-h an air of earnest
Go thy ways, fair Phebe. The law will
take the bloom from thy face, 6afturs from
thy yoice, and dry tip or destroy all the
fascinating qualities of young womanhood.
But these precious things go any wiy, so
there is a small d ffereucd in the eni.
Rottenness of New York Society.
A correspondent of the Chicago Evening
Journal writes as follows:
We often hear of people who h.ive occu
pied prominent positious in rural cities and
towns coming to New York and soou being
swallowed up and lost iu the crowd. Very
large is the numbtr who undergo this ex
perience. One has been ttte richest maniti
some eity. Another has stood at the heal
of the bar. A third may have been a Con
gressman, Governor, or eveu Senator, and
they come here expecting to receive the
same attentions which they Lav been ac
customed to have. But a lew weeks' time
convinces them of their mistake. Here,
where there is so much competition, fr
many superior men,in every profession and
branch of business, where humanity rudely
jostles itself, and everybody is locking out
fjr number one the new comer must be
no ordinary individual to retain any prom
inence and not become lost to vie v m the
crowd. The reverse of this, however, i
not unfiequently t.ue. .TLat is to say,
men como here who have never et j iyrd
any social recognition before and contrive
to obtain tome kind of social status. Con
tractors, speculators, government thieves
and others, acquiring wealth suddenly,
dock hither from all over the country, be
cause with all their money they cannot
overcome their antecedents and work up
the social Bcalo where they have been
known. Unlike Boston or Philadelphia,
Xew York will ask no questions of them
beyond the one as to tlucats. If they can
answer that 6tibfactori!y, if they are able
to lease or buy a brown atone front and to
drivs a gfly equippage, go to t!ie opera and
Bal down Fiitn avenue iu fashion -.b!e gar
ments, they can tecure an immediate en
trance into tome kind of society. Aud I
know of many such families iiovr living
on Fifth Avei:u, families which
before coming here never kuew what it v a
to have an invitation from w h.t ia called
genteel society. There ate men living on
Filth avenue whose w hole pat. career h is
been notoriously dishonorable aud corrupt
who have had to leave other places because
their record wb so bad. Once h ip, no
one sks about their re-cord. They drive
out in stylish cairiuges take their wives aiid
daughters to the pent, loiter about tho.
smoking room of tae Fifth Aventsf, JI 'll
man, JSL James and Coleman Hemic, u d
iu this manner "workthcmi-lves forward."
But do not suppose for an instant that this
shoddy, mushroom, disiepnt-.bio el'-mnt
ever obtains access to tho e ld Kaickeibocli
er society. The old fanulu s here pride
themselves as much uttoti their antecedents
as do the old Boston families, and th-y wil:
continue to hold themse'ves nlo f from
the common heard, who float ia'o the met
ropolis on tha waves of wealth merely,
The statement is made that dttriu one
of Prince Arthur's receptions in Washing
ton a well-knoxa matron went among the
girls exclaiaiming: 'Blush n little ! blush
a little ! it will look more Et g'.iuhl"
Fob Lame I?ack theiei i otht-g "O a-ton-Ishinulv
efiieacn.ns a Tratt A Butcher's
Magic Oil Liniment. We have si en it ttied
with the moet gratifying rt soils, and rdviae
oar friends to give it a trial when suffering
from lameness in any paitcf ths bjdy. bo d
by all druggists. -
The scene of Disturbance in Paris--
Belleville is a northeastern ' section of
Pans, and adjoins the famous Quartier du
Temple. The Boulevard de Belleville, part
of the Boulveard of the Exterieur, passes
through it .The streets in ;BelleviLe are
narrow and winding, having remained un
touched during the demolitions effected
under the directions of baron Haassmann.
It stands on a rising ground, and seems
the only place lett of old Paris in which a
popular rising could be ffecled with sue
ce68 against a strong military force. II.
ltochtlort represents this district in the
Corps LegiaUtif, aud received at the late
election about 20,000 votes. The popula
tion are principally workingmen and their
iamilies. These men are all intense repub
licans, and chei inh tbe revolutionary prin
ciples which all the associations of the dis
trict inspire. Although common report
assigns sinister motives to Napoleon III.
for leaving this section of Paris unaltered,
he has not failed to take precaution? against
a popular iusurrction. Close by standi
the Caserne Prince Eugene, capable of ac
commodating 6,000 soldiers, and so situ
ated as to command Belleville and cause
considerable destruction by its guns.
This movement derives importance from
tbe coincidence it has with that of '4S in
aaany features. On the morning of the
memorable 22d of February in that year the
btreets were full of people, many of whom
were armed, and all in the highest state ol
excitement. As seems to be likely at pres
ent, there we-re conflicts between the Mun
icipal Guard and the people, between Hue
St. Autoine, and Hue Montmartre, and be
tween Bue St. llartin aud Hue Vie-lle du
Temple. At sundown the fighting appear
ed to be generally suspended, and the r eo
ple set-ined as if waiting to Fee what would
resnlt from the new ministerial changes.
Toward evening, however, an immense
crowd, unarmed aud preceded
by torches, came down the Boule
vard, and stopped brfore Gaizot'fcrsid-inct
where they rent the air with defiant ciievi.
Aa accidental shot lrom this house broke
the leg of an officer's horse. The offieor in
command thinking his troops were attack
ed, without a moment's consideration, pave
the order to fire, and a detachment of the
14th line, dropping their muskets to their
hipa, with the guns touching the dense mass
of unwarned people before them, fired, and
5 2 pel sons fell dead and weuuded. A cry
of horror and astonishment burst from tbe
crowd- -"They assassinate us 1 they assas
sinate us I To arms I to arms !" sounded on
every side. This proved one of those crit
ical moments which determined
the result of French revolutionary
conflicts. There was no longer any thought
id i (-conciliation; 'all that n'ght the people
toiled at the barricades, and atsanrine next
morning scarcely a street was passable to
cavalry or artillery. On the '24th there was
desperate fighting at tho Chateau d Eau,
and it was evident that the insurgents in
tended to attack the Tuileries. The Na
tional Guard, however, soon fraternized
with tho jieople; the King and royal fVmdy
bantcne-d from Paris, and the Provisional
Goverumon, was proclaimed, which in
cluded Arago, Ledra Bolin,- Cremieux
names which now loom up in the latest
protest which historic Paris his given
against usurpation and imperi-tlism.
St. Danis, where revolutionaiy move
ments are report J, is about six miles
north of P.tris. It is probb!e that the se
cret organization which guides the present
movemunt n.sy h:ve ordered a risinar at
this point simultaneously with that in
Paris, in order to divert tbe attention of
the authorities. A railroad connects St
Denis with Taris. Dciriug the first revolu
tion, by a decree ot the Convention, the
mjal tombs in the Abby Church ot St
Denis were tilled of their contents, and the
remains of kings and queens were thiown
into two large ditches opposite the north
Viucennc-s is about one and a half miles
ea-t of Paris. It contains powder maga
zines and cavalry barracks.
Mortality in the Mines.
Tho Miners' Journal of Pottsville, Tenn.,
says that according to the official report, 57
men were killed in the collieries of Schnvl-
kiil county from May 1 to Dec. 31, 1S6'J.
This is about one man to every 67,800 tuns
of coal iniued. Ninety-one persons were
injured one to 42,400 tuns of coaL Tak
ing the whole year in the same proportion,
it would give 72 persons killed dLimg the
year and 115 iuj are J. ..No official report
has been kept of the number ot the itjaied
that afterward died. About one-sixth o:
the injured persons have died, which would
give the number of deaths caused by casu
alties in 18C9 at 91, leaving 96 injured tint
survived, and the product of about 4,8S3,
0K) tuns. Of the deaths the greatest num
ber, 2:1, w&t i caused by falls of coaL Four
died by explosion of gas, and nine by ex
plosions oi powder. Three were crushed
by cars. Of the injured 21 were woundei
by falling coal ; 3'i by explosion of pas, and
nine by tx;jlosiou of powder, eight being
crnshed. Thirty women were lef , widows,
and over 132 children orphans. In all the
mines of Eag'arid, Scotland, a'l Wale-
there were 1,011 deaths in the year 18C7.
This was equal to one for 103,000 Iues ot
coal mined. Falls in tbe roof kill mor
than the explosions of lire-damp. These
statistics are some of the data on which the
proioed legislation for the safety ol miners
in Pennsylvania is to be based.
The Darien Canal.
The Pannrua Mail furnishes some addi
tional details with reference to the report
ed discovery of an easy route for the pro
posed ship canal across the Isthmus of
Darin. The line which it is projiosed to
follow is described as starting from Peurto
Escondido, on the Atlantic, up theyallejs
of two small rivers, through a low pass,
which is claimed to h.ve been discovered
in the range of hilis; and thence on the
Pacific slope, following the valley of
the Puero to a junction with the
river Tnyra, about a league above
Santa Maria la Real, and some distance
below tho highest point reached by the
tide. It is asserted that from this point
the Tuyra is already navigable tor vessels
of the largest tonnage. It is likewise sta
ted that the highest point along the whole
route is only lorty-aix metres above the
level of the sea; and according to the ex
plorer, (11. Lncien de Poydt,) operations
could be simultaneously commenced on
twenty working sections, aud the 125,000,
000 cubic metres of material which he cal
culates will have to be removed, could be
disposed of in from three to five years. A
fourth part oi the en'ire work is said to be
the newly-discovered pass of the Cordilleras,
which by a maximum height of ouly 46
metre and a length of 7,000, yie-LLs 21.000,
000 cubic metres of the entire mas j of ma
ttiialto be rri'h.
A Wonderful Square Mile.
Under this head, Chambers' Jourral cf
liitj date gives some statistics of the hu--ry
of business w ithin a single square milo iu
London. Ten thousand vehicles passed
hhtckfriar's bridge iu twelve hours .f one
day, 12.000 at Fleet street, and 19.000 at
London bridge. Ou one day of twenty
four bouts, not extraordinary, 33,000 ve
hicles passed over the Thames. Iu nine
hours of oue day iu 1818, 315. 0C0 people
entered the city, three-touiths of whom
rere on foot. Eight hnndred and forty
eight thoUi-and people entered and passed
out of the eight principal arteries of London
m one day, as ioi'ows: Alders, ate, 16,000;
Finsbury pavenieot, 21,000; I'ishopsKate,
23,000; Blsckfriars bridge 24.(X)0; Temple
tar, 25,000; Aldgate, 29.000; Uoilvru-bar ,
30,000; and London bridge, 42.OC0. In
t.elve consecutive hours of a day in 1867,
there passed, on foot, in Walbtovk, 17,000
Tlirogmorton, 18,000; Threadm rd'e street,
22.000; Lnmb-ird street, 30,000; Newgate
street, 33.000; Learteuh&U. 36tMK); CornhLL
4 1 000; Fetichuich, 46.000; Fleet street.
(52 000; Poultry, 75,0t0! The latter is said
to Le the busiest part of Loudon. Along
the nine-loot pavement of that street the
passingers number one hundred per min
A Qceeb Fiiiw-LAMATioN. District Attor
ney lloni;", of Kings co.,N.Y. has address
ed a prochira ttioa to the i iver-thuves, cut
throats and murdertrs ol New York and
Biocklyu, iuformiug them of the release ot
Perry on b.-il, and adding that the impuni
ty heretofore enjoyed by them in their
praiseworthy business h:is been recently
increased to such an extent as to reuder
murder in Kings county entirely and abso
lutely sale hereafter. They will perceive,
therefore, that there is no absolute neces
sity for the threUeiied "destruction of his
insigtiiSoatit lifj, and he indulges the hope
of being kindly permitted to live a short
time looger, at least until he ag tin offends
by bringing suy ot their distinguished
members to justice.
Chicago artists gave a reception and
banquet last week. -
Our National Disorders—Dr. Roback's
The American stomach is a tnrmen'ing or
gan. It is generally out r.t ord.r. Tho rra
oou is obvious. The driving nrn -f lnuv
has not time, or will not take time proper;.,
to masticate his food. He bolts it , and a'
bad habits aro catching, all c'asscx follow his
example. Ilence Dyspep-ia, with all i-?
c mpiicaiiom- hence Indigiwtion. ' Liver
Complaint and disorders of the bowels iu a.l
their various ph-scs. Agaiin-t Inese and a
linndrcd other Compiainte, tho Seandiuavi.t'.
Blood Pills and Blood Purifier are waging
an exterminating warfare. The muxes oi
these medic nea has been. astonih:iig, even
in an age of scient fie miracles. They do n-1
al'eviate . they etlmjuix a di.-order. The
agony, the ft ver, the debility, the despon
dency, which characterize afflictions of t.ie
digestive and secretive organs, vanish under
the influence of these preparations. Tne
constitution itself seems to acquire new tn
erey under their operation.
Nervous debility with Us gloomy attend
ants, low spirits, depression, involuntary
emissions, less of semen, ppjrmttorth ea,
loes of power, dizzy head, loss of meniorv,
and threatened impotence and intoeeilitv,
find a sovereign cure in Humphrey's Homeo
pathic bpecitic, No. twenty-eight "Composed
of the mort valuable mild and potent enra
tives, the strike at once the root of the
matter, tone np the system, arrest the dis
charges, and impart vigor and energv, li.e
and-vitality, to the entire man. Thevhave
cured thoueaods of cases. Tnco $j per pack
age of five boxes and a lare via
of powder, which is very important
in olstinate and old case or fl per
single box. Sold by all drut'gist, and sent
by mail on receipt of price. Address Hiim
phrey Specific Homw; athio Medicine Com
pany, h&'i Broadway. N. Y.
Pasengers from Montana report large f
quantities ot snow on the western ride ot '
ttie mountains. Oa the eastern side less
snow has fallen than for many years past
If it be wise to Int-ure yonr ptopertv, tlir
loss of which would fall'heavily upon vour
f'amiiy, it is wiier to insure vour life, the'l-i-s
of which would be a blow trill h-avi. r. Iu
huro mthe Washincton.
Daniel Webs-tei wrote X;ie ior.g r Hive
lbs mere hiehly do 1 estimate thn rhrisi-tn
Sabbath, aud the more grteful do I fct 1 to
waid thoeo rr ho impress its imp jrtanco en
The following advertisement Tee-ntly
appeared iu a Chicago paper: "Divoices
legally obtained without appearance in
court or publication in thp,iiers. A com
mon article, $3. . Neweix Pbatt,
Attorney in the courts of the Ft. it? and of
the United "Slates, 134 Soath Clitk-st ,
THorSiNDs of laihas sutler u iti.i.l m series
from female weaknet-e, weak baoi arol other
disordered conditions of their peculur eti!
teras, for w Inch there is no r met' v - ph ai.
ant, powitive'y sure and rtiinUe as Dr.. Pierce's
Alterative Extract, or Golden 3ied.cl Dis
covery. Sold by drUL'gii!, or rticiii-.e three
dollars and twenty-live cents to Dr. It. V.
Pi ree. Iiuffilo, N. V., and get three bou'lei
Chapped Hands, Face, It iu;h skin, Pim
ples, ltingworm, Salt Kkenm, aud th other
cutaneous affections cured, and thi Skin
made soft and smooth, bv u-ing the Jun'per
Tar Soap, mads bv CASWELL, HAZARD &,
CO , Now York. It is more co"venient and
ea-sily applied than other it-mtdit-s, avuiding
tn trouble of the greasy comj ouuds now in
use. Sold by all druggists.
ToIIotbersasdNcbses. -Jlrs. "iVhiteomb'e
Syru for Dmm.CBi, 4c, in children win tiicr
induced by teething or olh-. r t&u?es, is tho
safest arid bfst remedy.
Sek ADVXRTiBiat ext of Dr. Eu! ts' Dispen
sary, head-d B'jok for the nmliou ilAB
r.IAGE GUIDE in another coiurau. It
should be read by all.
Too can't insure jour Ilia after oiteae at
tacks you. Try the Washington v.'.w.
Pbcssino's Celebrated Cid.-r V.a-.-tar ii tho
be.t in the msrket Ask yimr rrrvr. r f'ir it.
Itching: of the Scalp.
T am ellinn the ndebraUd GREY NORWAY O VTS
CRanidell stock) warranted and pttrt, at tUJ
per ba., $-t.aU per half baa., i'lt) per peck. Alo free
by mail at 75 cents per quart or cents p-rpine Cir
culanfreo. Addrea IlrXKY VtX n,
1.4 Madison street. C hicago.
r.r-x HIN CI. Manufacture nt' National Hack.
ni lin Ilow t made it it to S moa. with Stencils
V I. 1411 Simplea mailed fix A. J. fulkxm, A. 1 .
4& : "A If The attention of Hardwnrs
v-V a i iealor, Car ana tioutse wuw-
r ar -1 T 21 C .1 i 1.;
Thin is decidedly the bm and moat important inven
tion of modern timea. Its aiinplicit and truuducta
adaptiM t-o HOrS and O Ah v l.Mv'.-.mp'rtectlj
stoni-titnjr ; accoinpl'-hinc eTeryth.iOjr that can p
lbly be desired, an1 yet bemjr rnAser than any ottir-r
window Inst. For bou- windows it dipaai4 witii
weiKbta ami pullH. uperatinar eiuaily well on top and
botu m -"tah. allowing either lo be raided or loweieil aa
mach or hille a wished to nectire veDtiUUon. nd yet
be locked acurely at erery pomv from The intruder or
burglar, and will never net out of order It baa tne
peculiar element oi iiy itself ra wiialerr piwition
yon lrare it. t or steam or borne car windows tuey are
hnibei in a anety oi atylee ma .tin an eleg in t nnih
to tbe car wtndowa and ibe omy arranarenittut ever in
trodnced tbat can never faiL
TalriUOL-itiiAlh KUrt SALF BY ALL HARD
Lfh ml xiurrmmU to Agent. JSend for tUteriptic cir
cular wni prtets, ttct ttc.
BoEtoa.& Meild9-i HmPj C?o ,
134 federal St . Boston -, 77 rbambers Pt. Xew York.
WExTEKN BRAM II OKHtE,
1K3 learhorn St . hicaa-o. Ill
P.W. rL.IKK. Oen'l Travi-linK 1: Harness Agent.
COnnO A VI A M ,m i:xrKi:,to
J5awa If If IF A rents to sell a new .shuttle Sewi-
Machine, the best and cheapest macbine in tne m.ilJ.
"s itrk u i-wM a-a sd.' Sample ni.ichine on tri-.L
For particulars address J. X. Ii v J 1 L A .N , ietroit, Aii h.
5.Ilt;itATS ANI SETTLEKS should read
A the new book, entitled
Facts and Fig-or: s About ZJZruisas.
This new and relial.Io book is ptlMi-hed especiallT for
emigrants and settlers and contains just tne in-onuatio-i
th-juaauds are anxHMis to obtain. M piires. wnb Map or
Kansas. Knee nc. or a cojnes f.,r i Sent fiee by
mail on recei pt of price. Tae tr.ide supplied. .Adlre&4
liLACKbt'K.N A CO., Publishers, Lawionco, Kanua.
BLG3r;,!NGTCN, ILL, f.URSEf.Y.
19th Year! 500 Acres ! 10 Greenhouses !
Tersest, best stock and "hip-ips facilities. rpr.fs,
1. i.lyr . I.u Rpe 1 yr.. 2-. PPI- KO T-OR A K 1 -s
choice NliKSr.rti" t'OCK", t'-eed", tsis, Aptites,
PeacB. WII,I (XOSK. PI.I M, UStt.r. HI1M.-.
K-W-.sll- EVF.R'KKKJ(S. Kil- .S I." .1'-lias.;,adiolua.(.:RP.K.NHoU6UPK"'-"v':
Pl N ' "
Send liw. tor Catloue. h.li. I'llfllM V
SdMETHIM) NEW KOIt iI It IHEU .HEN
only. ISond stamp for secret iniiimihtmn.
H. IL tMlbui hicaro.
saw-rs.TEI). Salesmen on Salsryor Comtni-si.n.
W jln-thvea practical know'edice ot tue care oi
Po ltn- Address, wun -ump, H. Pii.ua . I J in,
Mass., Kole Prop'r ei " I he American 1- tr Producer.
" :KNT.S WANT! D lor ZFIX'S KXC YCt O
PKP1A. now binr pulilished in tnmonthij
purts. A complete 1 tK-yclotiedia. A comile?e Lexi
con. A G -zatierof tie World. A HioKrapluc il Uie
tiunarr. A hibhe.il Iwctimary. A Leval Dictionary.
A Medical Dictionary. Wi h JXQ illustrations. A iiu
cent snecimea number sent for If cent". lor terms,
4c. address ' ZLLLS KXPYCLuPf- DIA.
0i I RING'S AMBROSIA I
Lv:I KESTOHES S
GitA.Y ii.nc I .
TO ITS .1 S'.'-
::v ORIGINAL COLOR.!:;:
'0f RING'S AMBROSIA V
'.y Prevents Baldness,
'''' frequently causes New g-'v
f'X Hair to grow on Bald ?: -'
;vvl places. By's'i
'J SOLD BY DRUGGISTS ':v''
:-y'f And MERCHANTS Evrywhf 'S4
; " Price One Dollar cer Betas.
i ot a
fir m o - r 3
For sale by all dealers in
D71Y GOODS & MOTIONS.
GnEAT BA5.GAifJS IN IOWA LAND
?Vi7.M 1,,KDki'"t' ''on. ! Rral
i j ,";'c--I .,.! acre of cnoK. farmiDc
land, tor aala. ratiwu tosait.at trom l..io to Iu pr
acre, on eat term.. AU totwn of enquiry prompt!,
aoawered. AdOroaa me at Atlantic, Cass ( a.. Iowa.
Aent AtUntjo Town Cn.
K.KT RKVOLVEKS.-airA , Wemr.nU s.ren
H .ww'- I-Um, PUtl. 42.au. t artnd es to
ceiptot prica A. il W illlus, Box 4m. WajneHi. Y.
' IIK PKIT ATE CIRCriaR-For three
n". 1 articles w loveoted. 1-emaieacrou
?xl v 1 eviwier. Audrma j'J4 DUVaI lioi
A. I .
ii GliJAT OFP23H.
Na. 4SI E It OA D WAY, NEW YORK,
diapose of Ons HrnDREI) Puncw. Mrinnrnva
or six tirst-daw makers, of km
j .r ,i ..,., , m.mih or wid take lrom .? " to
mouthty nntil paid. New I leave Pianos tor .2.6
uparua Ae urgans tor 416 and upwarda for Cash.
5 CJfl For ""t 'as new 7 Octnve I'lanoit.
LUJ "nt on trial. Ii. a. PliNO Crt New l'ork ;
' CATI 1323 CUZLUD.
Those hnring friads afflicted are earnestry solicited
to send for a ( ikCULAK LKTTKK OF KKFKK
1 .V IKS and TK.sriMOM Al, which will convince tne
most skeptical of the ClRABlLlT V of toe DI.NKAAh.
Adunsa V AJs UL' RK.N LlCKKuW, .11. U.,
Ii Great Jones Si, J Y. City.
A Knrfeal Box lor Tvro Collars.
r ipiIE FR ENCIH; HEAT -ENS.lTION-EiKht
a select airs. Kminently adapted lor tlie dra-aing-rm.m
talilsi No. I, B tunes, 1 ; A'o. i. 14 tunea, : No. ,
jK fine. ii. Sent by mail on receipt ol price. Orders
to the amonnt of sent C o. 1': one dollar must
accompany the order to msnre it: the balance Hi to be
paid wnen goods are received. Send three-cent stamp
-Address BaKKI.KV a I U,
.r Liberty street .New York.
V sENDINf : 35 CENTS, with age. height,
m M color of eyes and hair, yon will receivo by return
mad, a correct picture ot your future huabaod or wue,
with name and date of marriage.
Addreaa W. FOX.
P. O. Drawer "a a, FuHonyule, New York
aKOWS HOW TO DOUBLE THK PROFITS OF
Till-. FA R.at, and how farmers and taearaonecan
si oo Tzm xaonxn
in AVinter. Iii.hxi copies wall be mailed free to farmers.
Send name and addrens to
ZkiuLhh. MiCUBDY CO.. Chicago, 111.
In thr Kanndlexn Wn( nud Mwnny ionth.
Ilow. wny and where to Lnd them. All abt ul the won
dortul Dniarrese and a-reat rtwonrcee na' t hs mtmn
New, tr-rh interesting and popalar. Onevclurae. rine
illuatratiuos. Pncelow. A rare chance to -nakemenev.
Nenl fir circular. Pr'OPLfc'S PL BLlMiLNu. CO.,
iwi , butoi. .uicaKO, iu.
$125,000 "OR $5,
BsAQ SEFCaE TUHKiriG AWAY.
IIE.1TY PATJrEXTS ?ZT.T WITH A FIYE
Litt'.e IUsk with XV.ir Prospects of
Heavy Or. ins.
Try It ! W pledge onraelree to give each of the
following art irlee ennmemtcd below
for rive Dollars x .
A lintel Prope-rtT, . Talned at S40.WO
A Puir f 1 rmtinc Horneav, " - l.-'imt
A ( i'ii-krrinc'it wnrrrt .rad, l,'2:M
A ITi ttirat Horse, blood ed " l.HOtt
A Mrinwaf l inno, " l.H'H)
t Hoohlrl arr air, i
S linfWtM'll I'lHtlfK, " .T t-tin
l urrt.old Wnirhes, 1 J.
I ! -viiiit .Kai'hiiirs, " fj-Ot'O
1 Mil'd ;)ltl i ImiiiiH :i,ooo
100 Jlul t.old l.'ioain, - l,.'i0
. Anl otuertiiJts, rained at l.Vi,0OO.
Inai'. titirm iJ'uVmn Ul gie witi every Mute
order received before tbe 1st ot March ITf, a Gold
Iinifi. and with each oi.ta order a :.!! W atch
and 4 hfi in. ni'heckortrwaxift. Numbers irom
I to hu.iisi idcIus re are eriitea in a book, and aa-ainat
each number some one of the above gift is written.
All ci-mmiinirtionastnctlv cocridentuiL rach mera
beTof the firm is reliable, and has pledged bis individual
estate to tbe fulfilment of the company's pledgee.
bend your erdem at once to
11. DODO, Atimt KuT'bt Cxtt Co .
Box 391, .sarataga, Newl ork.
FT OP FA."f INATINfJ By a Frenrh
A. J.ady. How to cause Love. Constancy, and Ad
miration. Sent for'.'-"! ret is. Address
W1L.1XS A CO.. aJ Joan street. New York.
K.l., Mills. Timbered Tracts, ttc. in Maryland.
Virg-.niM, North Carolina and other States. Send
1-c for Ik' p.ged C talogtie.will beo'itearlyin Kebrnary.
Wil. H. Xew ros On., S Leaington street, Baltimore.
S feet in
if fl eirenmferpnep.
Pneet JWdvi anl Circular, liie..
or 3 for -c
J. H. 1CFF. Murray. WeUa Ca, In.iiana
FhonM occaon require joe to pnrchaae this well
known reral'f.v'wW crefnl to ee tbat the initiais are
"B. I fa i a m the article that has been ao la-rorably
known since and purchasers mnrt tit on having
ir, it they do not wiab to have an imitation forced upon
(Formerly B. A. Fahnestock's Son & Co.,
SOLE PROPRIFTOKS, PITPf F. CKG H, PA.
Hit great Comic Picture, a Bis thing on Ice,
sent tree. Address, P. PORT, Cincinnati, Ohio.
T".r ANTED. Ty I'JO.OO I.ABORINU MEV and
i) WO 1 K X to laVor at their homes or triveU part
or.il of the time. Will send a sample to cotnmenee
with free. A. B. L-Ul KKJiH,
Tarranted pure, palatable, and to preserve pickles.
Fir t Premium awarded at the U. S- lair, tbe Illinois
Sta'e r air. and Chicago City Fair. largest Works in
the I'mted .-Mtas. r.s.-bliahed Wis. lHUtili.
PKL'6.ilM,r, Jolf and H41 ata street, Chicago.
TOTt DFA FNES TTTE PATENT ORGANIC
"a. VIBRATOR. It tits into the Far. ienot percepti
ble, removes inaing Noises in the Head, and enables
Deal Persons tn he:ir distinctly at Cbtrch or Public
Assembles. I realise oa Deaineas ana catarrD, witn
Means of Cure, sent free.
Dat. T. HUNT STTLLWFTJ.
:tB Broadway. N. Y.
PROFANE SWFARINt: being against the Uws
oftf, ni gotd Sreiety, and tbe Mate, lam neithera
t nnstian. a i snUinua or a good ciuaen u 1 swear.
rJcs. 107 i i03 V7claut Street,
Otp. eouOiern Hotel. ST. LOULi, tit).
VPON OUR PLAN
SVS MO'iEY, TiY.t, Ar.'O LABOR.
We are pronired t insert Advrisemenis in any
namber of papers, nh'her lance orsinall. in any part ot
till coon'ri-. at publiahet'e lowrst r.-ts. Ut ot
papers, w.th estimates, lurm-shed oi aplictKa. riles
( papers cotisUutlv on hand Kr exaiuinwition. Adver
tisers vrtil conju t iat-ir inter. "is by calling at oor oraoe
and liecotmng at-quiiiUd wuhour ajsteui betere con
tractime elseh-re ,
Celiora ol enquiry promptly LFFS4CO
Afzciits ! Head This I
E WILL PAY AfJENT4 A SALARY at
V W -ii P"r wrrk and e penses, or allow m large
Ouuimissioo, to seu our new woaueriut invent, ous.
Aduxsss, iL W Ala.S tK CO., slarshsll. alua.
Capture the rrison-ren and the Escape-"
BT. CAPTATS WnXAUD WOBCESTTB O La 7314.
l "Jba Xew York Soldier Author." . .
This tiril!im-i, antbentio, and papular work, is a eoaa-
Plefe history o( Southern 1'rjson Lira: pnooipaliy at
KicEm-od, Dmtillo, it icon, asraauul. aar sstoo,
Columbia. Keiie Isie. Mu'mn, daiiabtir and Andersoo
nlie. lleacribimi the
of def encelta primoera who came too near the tVW tt;
portrayinir ibe arrival Hp(ives and plana of sac ape,
wiia aumerooa and varied incident and aneoioew
.P uTf'lmbHn' L" the adrentnres of Captain
,1 V.Z JLyZ'! "-"'ambia, noutii Carolina, hia
' ; T- i'-l'int m..j; rr-rnpture; trialas wv.
agent ia STarj town, count, aod mudi in the
to sell itthis fan and winter. The yolume numbers
between lour and tiw hundred agfm, incl.Kiina- aa
Apiiendix ounia,ninir the name, rank, renimeotTand
post omoe address ol liw prisoners: it m wi fulii, --'-r
T,utd and eirymtly buund in extra dotn. W are Drw
the- most lni'Wt all who enare with ns in the
sale ot this Bonk Tqacbers, Unties,
men. and esp,-cially returned and disabled otncvrs and
soldiers, will nnd our w.ira particularly adapted to their
condition. e employ no general agents, but oiler
superior rndcceuieuU to caavast-em. "fi m.rnu tJl
jC)WTf.i.. i. oer 13M04Juopic-havalready
been sold in the fcast. One aent sold .i 7 copie in one
day; another 7 . a not uer baa taken I ,! orders in
lour weea. Rewd . '.tltl and we will forward sample
copy and all necessary instruction concermnar tiie
, J'ERG lON ct (O
rabliahers. New Vork. or St. Louia, Ma
I ae V alrh ( i -i; ,., ,. , .....
man who will act as aMent in a new, light and honorable
business, p ijnua- : ppr day, sure. .ol.i;l i.nlerpnaw.
o Humbug. i.vA0 isjld in "ia week.
Jtuareas K. MUAalw HfcJISKDT CO.,
Will 1-t N IltMIBl l...-Py sending 35 eenta.
H with age. height, color ot eres and h.. .r mn
receive, by ret an niau, a correct picture ot your future
husband or wife, witn name and date ot namus
Address W. lu, P. O. lirawer No.it, lulionviiie)
New lock. .
W A DIEM PRIYATK C'IKL'l EAR forth..
B afl U.'tM I U 1 artllwM aiMr iiivontaaai a , U m 1 a
- , ap-v a, gummq "IBUIl
wanted everywbere. Address
af-Mfc. UUV AL. P. O. Boi2i, N. Y. City.
nd others interested ia
1'-Ttt &tirm Rhnn iii
fv11"!. i5"" "a,',1!ol'e'or NlVVH ST.,WaSH-
far- Itfeia ((.lijl ,n-
Letter frou. Hon. D P. H.illowat, UU eemaihw -aaonerot
Patensa. dated Waa'ungton. Marok3u. 1
1 choemi.lj cotumend to ail p r-una who nuy have,
bnsioess in tae Patent . mice, the hrm of tdsTiirBroe.
aa gent emen of prompt bisineae habits, and ia even
rerpevt au:iihk ot cai . deuce.
I concur in tne ativ r. . THFAItrn. lnteCom. Pats.
riTAS. 4 nv r,.
Thedear.t.Bnarte, sad beat New York vwsnaoer.
Everybody be it. TSjee ediess DaiiY, Sawt
:i'Vr,", HWuiiT.Sl svear. AilTRiNawt
bulpnce. Full n-nons of msrkets. sericulture, Fsrmevs
and Fruit Growers' JHnhs, and a complete etory In every .
Weekly snd S.-mi-Weekly nnmher. A present of valuable
Pat and .roe. tn er r snlerlhen indneemevits to can.
"wsnnnrtMnl. ln Cite Iniiraneea. tlnind Pianos,
Mowing M iti,,rus. Pirl.vr Orssna, 8einr Mschiaea, as,
monif the r'fiui'im-i. Specimens snd liata free. Send a
Dollar an 1 try t.
I. W FVOt.iVT), ps.Mt.lw R,m, N--W York '
WLCii tz, GRIFFITHS,
SAWS ! AXES ! SAWS !
..?,WS,'.''n.dwrT',ion- "F3. BFLTTNO and
.'-L KlH'V-Ji. CIRCULAR SAWS wun
Solid Teeth or with Patbsjt AjurcsraBix Points.
tupcrior toail luwfmt T-!k Siiir, t
tarSend for Trice I it and I lrcnlsrs j .
WEI.CII Ac liHHUTHS
Bo,in, JIam ar lietroit, .Hick.
THE SOUTHERN FARnER,
S'2.00 per annum. If yon want to buy land or rent
lands, or sell stock, or muse yourself familiar with thsv
great .southwest, tae the 1 armer one year. Ii jjuj oir
ulation. Address II. W. PHILIPS it CO.,
Vain street. Memphis Tenn.
NO HPMBrfl. ft m Mrmu'Mt tAMiMLMliMn.l
Taste, -Sinell or Hearing. W atering or Wea Kyes,
Otfenaire Hreath. Ulcerated Throat or Month, Pain and
Pressure in lb- Ked. and lose of .Memory, when
caused, as ail ot them frequently -re, by the ravageaoi
Catarrh. It w pleasant and painless tons, contains no
strong p,risonoua or caustio drugs but cwnt 6y iu mtid
mm. At- v ur
I will pay j Reward for a case oX Catarrh that I
Fur Sole by mst Irajrai!la Everywhere.
Pkick Oslt Si Cksts.
If roar Thsigzist has not vst ant it oa Bui, arm Ke
pnt oil with some worse than worthies strong stuff,
"-rumig&tor," or pinsonous caustic sr.lurior, whieh will
itnor .me 'tri. 10 H tui.ifM instead ot curing it, but send
sixty cents to me and tbe- remedy will reach yon by
return tn..! l our packages, post-paid, 3 : one dozen
for is a
Send a two cent st-.rup for Tr. Sage's Pamphlet oa
Catarrh. Addn-oa the pnpnetiw.
K. V , P a-IKC fc, M. D.. BrTTALO, N. Y.
WILE YOU ACCEPT
' cr Spscial Agency
In a rst cl TJfe TnsnTaT.ee Company (the Wir
wa a'i O-t-fHAsa Hr.pir, oa a Kod tiberai
enmmisaion ii you mean bame-v. and can and
viix niv-b rho worn, ngai alooic. a Leld to suit can
b fnrmaevj you m the Weiern or o ibwttra
."MjUe. M e p-u tiiifiii, ami vice no eumk yuara
'. Jf'oHt o.mrf'-vKm tcili not pav ', it nrr'ainh,
fitf m pfj u to hat iiiTe ivf-T-nce9, and
address IK S. B.JOHTO
- Oeneral Snponotenuent Wtrern Kneiea,
10.000 Agents Wanted
for the new and popular book " Wrptci or The Riosx
kKuarwNH ov ihb tixx-..' $LaU; and "ray, Niw
H.M KfViK," containing "Hate to Wrw. Bfne to 7htl
H to B-Iir, and to Brnt:' one Vol,
tnclose stmnp f.ir p.-irticulars ; also a good Local Agent
in every Town, tor one of the best PictoMai. Paxil. T
Si v-niM . Mo.-t hrrai mducemerts offered. Ad
dress .-. R. WtLLa, Pubkiher, SO) Broadway, New York
iJIOL'ND AT 1 ST-Watches Soperceded-The Do'
lnr Time Keeper A PaJtrECT ukm Elegant'y
cased in troideot Cold, hnpenorf ompaas attachment
F.nameled Ihal, Silver and rnss Worws, t. lass Crystal, -size
of ladies' watch. Mill denote correct time, wat,
ranted bve years, superb snd showy case, entirely e
metl. This is 1.0 OOU Lompaae. le enirely aevtt
patented. rj,.s sold in three weeks. Only $1 eacl a
thre lir -tl. in ne it case, malted tree. Tnulesnppiiea
Address the sole ir.inur:ictnrers,
JdAO. KTiC WATCH CO., Hinsdale, W. H.
KA3ISUELL NORWAY OATS.
For those who wish to experiment in a small way wi 'a
these plant cereals, e havt concluded to Oder UOL--aR
,'AilPl.K V X Ksv.fb. thus giving everybody a
cbanee o pro-.t by their introduction. Any mai ,
woman iw bt-y whe has a larm, garden or village lot. & a
make -i by send na- i at onoe, for a packavf.
emwigh 1 o - row li- bushels sent, pi-st-paid, witn prin
ed historv mil of interest to every tanner. Look out n r
c unterieit seed. Order only lrom the originators,
H. W. RaMsi.i-.I L A CO, aid Pearl atreet,N. Y , or
171 Lake street. Chicago. Circulars tree.
A Book for the Million.
IvX-ft HHI AGS 'SSltS
,&XioT those aboa
to nvrry, on the
' hyH)ioiioai mvs
teries and revelations of the senai JsHU-in, with tr
Uuiast diMTorenea m repaid tooilapriiiat. how to preaer
lhe oomplxion, ike.
Thi-sman inlerwtinr work of 2M paea, with nnmer
ooa enmviTAifrv aud iiunuini -valuable lnionuatioa for
inoae no are marneu or contemplate maxrutffe, still i
ia boo that 9hiMiJd be kept onder loca, aoU key and
not laid car-is.y about the houe.
tent te any une iree ot noaiaffe) fur Fifty Cents.
Addrertji Dr. butt 1'Ljnaaxy, Jia U IS'ortl. Kightl
tretiL, t. Louis lo.
jryiNotic to Ike AtHioted and rnfortnnattt
Before apptyin? to the notonooa whoadrertu-a
m pubhe papera, or uaioar any inadt FOrmiiie peroee)
Ir. liuttV wuric no maiter wnai your diseate ia or how
deplorat'e yonr ctxitiitiou.
Lr. iiutta can be cunitKl. pcrsvona Ily, or by mail, oa
thedi-wtasHnientfrmed in hi works. Orhce No. la North
Kiicbth street, between aUaxaefc and CheatnuW be.
"LOOK TO YOUR CIII1.DRZN.
THE GREAT 00 IKING REMEDY.
Slrsu ) fares Colio and Gripirr :aj Ppipe)
Whilrtinib'n- the Howela, and facilita.es- .-
yrup, the proeeae of Teething. ) Cnita.
lrn. t Subdues Conmlsiona and PriesB
WhllromU's)' overcomes all diseases inci- .1
rup. dent to Infanta and Children.) Centa.
.ra. ) Corea Diarrhea, Dysentery, Jrtea
Wriitromb'n Summer t omplaint in Chil- t.
rup. ) dren ol all ages. J Ceata.
It is tne Croat Infant's and 'fcilitren's Soothing Rem
edy in ail disorders brought on by Teething or any otner
cans. Prepared by the (.rai'taM Jlcuicinw
tt. IxMiia, .io.
hold by druggistr snd dealers in medicines everywhere.
The value of th a work is no longer questioned, it ore
than di.ii farmers, in every Mate in the Cmon. hava
ni-ed if tbe past year, and from all these cornea one
nmverwal voice of approval. 'I honsaads ul dollars have
already been made, and aindreda ot tnousands ean yet
be made by following Its tiirei-tiuna: the materials are
on every Linn without epcntiiug a dollar, r very rar
nier, Mock Kaiser. Card, uer and 1 ruit Cnltnnst ran
easily double all his pro: U. I nl.lishrd in rjigliah anil
Cerman a,'i espies ortered '.be lirst das ol le7t.
The sale is immense v.Hereer introduced, larmera
and energetic young ruei wanted m every towirahip to
act as agents on very liberal terms. en.l name ami
aldre- tor circular 10 .r loLl-.R .VcCKl A Co.,
oi Mnre stree-. Chici afp
T BK DCCKIVEU by parties who m&ka
Jjr and sell regnl r sb(ed aes; he d-aler and the
minulaciurerare all dnwn on COI liuKN'S PA I t-iSi"
AXr. because it is so mncn netter tnun tne straight bit
snarp oruerei aae. VV e make usual aluiped axes and
sed them at same prices aa others, and are also soie
mnkers of this COLnCitN PVI K.N'T AXli. Try it.
Try it and prove it. It is the best made.
LIPP1NCO 1 1' H A K FWELL,
f( )f Iflusealioc ! 1870.
' ' LIVE AGFTSWtXTED everywhere for
g neio and taiolt articie Inducements unsurpassed t
Large quantities sold by News Agentaon trains. ample
2-eenia, tor pinicularsaddrese. M.Mtwna.ii. terchaiita
laaul'g Co., P. KK boa 1UJ, Aiinneapolia, Minn.
IOR a I.int of V. S. Land Offlrpw. the l',.me
stead Law, and Description of Covemment Land),
send IU eta. to k-HluKA-N 1' aaKwrUt CO., Dues. I1L
..... TRAZJi; : t.:.,.-y-"--J'r f rrm