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VERY FAR AWAY
BY WM. ALEXANDER
One touch there i oi magic white,
Surpv-aiK southern nvuantain's now,
Tbst to far sails the dying hght
Leuda, wht-re the dark ships onward go
Upon ibe golden highway broad
luat kada op to the Um of God.
One touch of liaht more magic yet.
Of rarer aoow 'Death moon or a tar.
Where, wi k tver graceful sails ail act,
- Some happy vtapiul seen afar, - - r-..
As if in an eochamed aieep, . -
Steer o'er tha tremulous eilverad deep.
0 ship I O sail t far must ye ba
Kre gleans has that spoil ye light.
O'er golden spaces of the sea,
F'om DTntariea of the toewnt night,
Snch touch comes never to the boat
Wherein acroaa the wave we float.
0 gleams more magic and divine,
L.f'a whitet aU ye ati'l refuse, :
AJd flying on before us shine
Cpon some distant bark ye ehooaa,
T,J ugUt or oay, across the spray, -
1 hat sail is Tery far away.
JUDICIAL SALARIES IN ENGLAND.
ApropoR of the bill to increase the talav
rie8 of judges of the Supreme Court, tbe
folio wing, concerning t-alaries of great
judges in England, has interest:
lhe British Loid -Chancellor has a salary
of 10.000 a year, and on entering office is
allowed 1,000 for an outfit. This sum is
intended to defray the expenses of carriages,
horses, tc, bat these very often cost a
great deal more tnan tha sum named. Al
though the keeper of the Queen's consci
ence, as the Lord-Chancellor is called, he
does not now maintain the splendor of
former days, and often goes to lus court iu
"a neat brougham' instead of a grand
coach with two gigantic "Jeamesses" be
hind it. , . i ,. .
The salary of the Lord Chancellor was,
until a few year? ago, 14.000 . a year
10.000 as Chancellor and 4.000 as Speak
er of the House of Lords; and tip te the
time of Lord Eldon the ' income of the
Chancellor was. altogether, quite 20,000 a
year, rs 1 c ncciv d fees of various kinds
that are now abolished, or diverted into
other channels. In those days it was
pretty easy for a great lawyer who was
raised to the peerage to leave gumcient for
tune behind him to maintain, with what is
considered in England adequate dignity, a
peerage. Lord Eldon and his st 11 more
famous brother, Lord StowelL. who were
the sons of a Newcastle coal merchant,
both left very large fortunes. Lord Chan
cellor Hardwicke did the same, and many
other instances might be mentioned.' '
' Nowadays, however, unless a man has
been very saving.jrb.iie enjoying a Lrge in
come at the bar, his chances of fortune
making when raised to the bench are over.
In fact, some objection has been raised to
making Lord Chancellors peers, on the
ground of the inadequacy of their means
to sue tain the dignity.
It is long time since a law peer died
rich. Lord Lyndhurst did not leave a
comfortable provision for his family. Lord
Brougham, who had been very careful, left
considerable property, but not what eith
er here or in England would be called
The retiring income of a Lord Chancel
lor is 5 000 a year, and this he is entitled
to qnite hrtspee'ive of the duration of his
tenure of the office.
' The Lord Chief Justice of England re
ceives 8 000 and a ittiriLgpensicn of 5,
000. This appointment, pecuniarily con
sidered, is far more valuable than the
The L rd Chief Baron and Lord Chief
Justice of the Common Pleas receive 7,
000 a year, with a retiring allowance on the
same scale as the Chief Justice of England.
The Pension Judges receive 5,000 a
year, and a pension, after fifteen ; years'
service of 3,500 a year. Although a
Judge may retire after that term of service,
he seldom does so unless he feels the effects
of age and infirmity.
A reunng 4 uage is not, UKurni j uBeiras to
the country, since he is almost invariably
' appointed a member of the Judicial Com
mittee of the Privy Council, and in that
" capacity renders good service, though of a
kind infiiiitely leg laborious than that on
. the bench. - r
The Lords Justices of Appeal in the
fjotrrt-of Cmmeery-Tecf ie -7,wir a-year,
the Vice-Chancellor 6 000 a year, the
Master of the Eclls 7.000 a year.
Before the reforms introduced and ef
fected by Lord Brougham, the Court of
Chancery was a hotbed for patent places
ana monopolies, iiiero is on uiu cieigj
man, a nephew, a great nephew, of Lord
" Chancellor Thurlow, who enjoys, and has
enjoyed for upwards of forty years, 11,000
a year from offices of this description,
which are complete sinecures.
The taxing-masters of the Court of Chan
cery enjoyed immense salaries, as also the
door-keeper; and several other functiona
ries were tqually fortunate. The duties of
the officers were by no means exhaustive,
either of mind or body. - Ihey owed their
large salaries to the tact that they weie
. iuu UJ mi UIU CWMM, WV.W w-
ous. . . ,
The Judge of the Court of Probate re
eeives 4,000 a year as the judge of that
Court, and 1,000 a year as Judge Ordinary
. of the Court of Divorce. His duties, in
. ccumon with those of the other judges,
are very onerous.
The high salaries given to the British
judges for those in Ireland and Scotland
are also most liberally paid are based upon
the earnings of leading members of the
" bar. A man in great practice may make
in England from 7,000 to 14,000 a year.
Much larger incomes have bee a made, and
pethrps in some cases still are made, but
they are very rare. Sir James Scarlett, af
terwards Lord AbiDcer. who obtained the
govbriqvet of "the thirteeath juryman," and
probably made more than any one before
or since at the common law bar, gained in
one vear 22.000. An income as large was
probably olten made by two or three of the
leaders oi the Parliamentary bar when that
. branch of the profession was in its zenith.
Van larrr. enma ViaVA hen CuinArl ntPTA.
ly by opinions given in Chamber practice.
Sir lioundell Palmer and Sir Fitxroy Kel
ly, now Lord Chief Baron, have been re
markable for this class of legal business.
It is believed in England that it would
be impossible to secure the services of the
rat men in th? profession as judges if the
remuneration offered were very inferior to
that obtained by them as barristers; and
further, that the salary of a judge ought to
be sufficient to place him above tempta
tion, and to enable him to live in a Btyle
befitting his high office.
Judges very rarely leave behind them
more than a comfortable provision tor tneir
wives and daughters, and enough to start
their sons well in a profession or business.
A judge, unless he inherits family property,
scarcely ever "makes an eldest son," as the
expression goes in England.
Whatever may be the defects of the Eng
lish legal system, one fact in regard to it is
certain that the judges and their judge
ments are held in high and well-deserved
estimation. An attempt to reduce their
salaries would meet with bo favor from the
public, which is persuaded that, in law as
in other matters, it yon want a good thing
yon most pay far it, and which has made
np its mind that when a judge is in ques
tion you want a very good thing indeed.
. Hixrsa Untie te Sea. There is a vast
copper mine in England, where shafts ex
tend manv hundred yards under the eea.
The moaning of the waves as they dash
against the rocks is forever sounding in
those gloomy aisles. When the storms
come, the sound of the waters become so
terrific that even the boldest miners can
not stay below, but leave their work and
come out upon the earth. Overhead are
masses of bright copper streaming through
the gallery in all directions, traversed by a
net-work of thin red veins cf iron, and over
all the salt water drips, drips down from
tinv crevices in the rock. Immense wealth
of metal is contained iu these roofs, but t o
miner dares to give it another stroke with
the pickax. Already there has been one
day's work too much upon it, as a huge
wedge of wood driven into the rock bears
witness. The wedge is all that keeps the
sea from bursting in upon them. Yet there
are three tiers of galleries where men work
dav bv dav, not knowing but at some fatal
hour the flood may be upon them, render-
iD2 all escape as hopeless as it was in the
davs of Noah. The awe-stricken visitor
hurries away from the scene with a heart
appalled in view ot tne nouriy gangers.
. Tirw nmnnsition to establish a State uni
fortuity in text-books used in the public
been defeated by a most deer
eive majority in both, branches of the Maine
VOL. IV. NO. 27.
M'CONN ELSVILLE, OHIO,
FRIDAY, MARCH 18,
WHOLE NO. 1S3.
FARM GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD
Hog Cholera Cured
Fanners, the folio wiper re rued v was mv.
en me by the Hon. J. L. Wariue. Eeore-
sentative from Greenup county, who has
tevted it for some five years and found it
efficacious. He is a reliable gentleman
ana we mereiore advise von to try it:
rr. t r
xaae oi common salt b pounds.
Sulphur, - 4. "
Coperas, - 2 " " "
Black Antimony, - 1 "
Salt Peter, - - i "
Wood ashes, fresh. 1 neck.
Pulverize and mix thoroughly and place
where the hogs can have free access to it
Me nas used it when his hoes had it tad
ana it invariably cured them. You can
make np a larger quantity by proportioning
uie quantities oi me omcrent articles useo.
Jiranklin (Ky.) Serdmd,
Sweet Oil for Poisons.
A plain farmer says: It is now over
twenty years since I learned that sweet oil
would cure tbe bite of a rattlesnake, not
knowing it would cure any other kind of
poison, Dotn on man or beast. I think no
farmer should be without a bottle of it in
the house. The patient mubt take a spoon
ful of it internally, and bathe the wound
for a cure. To cure a horse, it requires
eignt umes as mucn as it does for a man.
Here let me say, of one of the most extreme
cases of snake bite in this neighborhood
eleven years ago this rammer-where the
case had been thirty days standing, and
the patient had been given up by his phy
sicians, i neara oi it and carried tne oil,
and gave one spoonful, which effected a
cure, it is an antidote for arsenic and
strychnine. It will cure bloat in cattle by
eating too freely of fresh clover; it will
cure bites of bees, spiders, or other insects,
and will cure persons who have been
poisoned by a low running vine in meadows.
called ivy. (Jhin Farmer.
How long is it profitable to keep a cow?
I consider a cow in her prime (all things
considered) from five to ten years old.
Some cows hold out much better than oth
ers, as with men and horses; and are really
as young to all intents and purposes at
twelve years, as others are at nine or ten.
Never keep a cow through the winter after
she gets to going down hill, or kill a su
perior cow on account of her age, if her
teeth are good she is all right, without any
signs cf deterioration. Cows should be
milked regulai ly and by steady milkers.
American Moclc Journal.
Examining Eggs for Hatching
Ploughman sj s eggs
on which a hen is setting t-uould be exam
ined alter seven or eight days, to see if
they contain chickens. . This can best . be
done at night by looking through the egg.
held between the thumb and fure finer, at
a candle. If there is a chicken in the egg,
the ej!g will appear dark. If it is ciear,
and looks as it filled with melted wax, it
ehojld be lemoved. As soon as examined
they should be carefully r placed tinder
Toast and Cheese
Cut a slica" of bread, half, an inch thick;
pare eff the crust, and toast it very slight
ly on one side. Cut slice of chete a
quarter of an inch thick, not so big as the
bread by half an inch' on each side; pare
off the rind, lay it on the" toasted bread,
place on a flat tin plate, and put in the
oven for ten minutes or 60. Mix a quarter
ol a teaspooiifnl of salt end mustard and
sprinkle of pepper; stir it into the cheese,
and you will have a delicious luncheon.
Cure for Whooping Cough.
An M. D. writes: "luousanda of chil
chiidren. in this city, especially those ot j
German parentage, are suffering from
whooping cough, and I wish to call tne
public attention to tbe following simple
remedy: To one ounce of the dried leaves
cf the common chestnut tree add a quart
of boiliug water, and hen the infusion i
"old give a cupful three times a day, tbe
last dose being given when the pr.tient re
tires. After twenty-tour or thirty-six
hours the patient will be relieved, and
then, the dose may be administered in a
How to ilaEK Graftixo Wax. Tak e good,
clean beeswax, one-third; rosin, two-tbirds;
melt together; boil one hour, then pour it
into cold water. When eld enough work
it with the hands until you think it well
mixed. If not soft enough to spread easy
add a little more wax." N. B. Bud your
peaches into plum sprouts. In budding
take the double buds. Graft yonr grapes
into wild grape roots ; you will have grapes
the next year without faiL One is worth a
dozen of those you get out of the nurser
ies. I have had them to grow ten and a
half feet long the first year. 'Cor. Cincin
nalLGuetU. Biacxbeeet Wrsx. To one gallon of
berries pour a quart of boiling water. Let
it stand twenty-four hours, stirring it oc
easional'y ; strain it and add two and a half
pounds of sugar to a gallon of juice. Bot
tle and seal; do not open before October.
Moci Dtjcx. A steak of beet well beat
en, a rich stuffing, such as is used for
ducks; spread it over the beef and roll it
in the form of a duckf then bake. Make a
rich gravy with onions and ponr over it.
. Ctjtie fob a Feloh. A venerable old lady
gives us the following: Pulverize fivecenU'
worth of chalk, put it in a deep earthen
vessel, then add one tea-cup of vinegar,
not acid, stir it well, immerse the felon and
keep it m three hours, and then spread a
poultice of the same, keep it on till dry and
To Sittije CoFFEaV A lady correspon
dent says that she finds tbe best method of
settling coffee is.es soon as you brown your
ooffde, and while the kernels aie yet warm,
mix it with a beaten egg, say one egg to a
pound. The egg forms a cover around the
kernels, preserving the aroma, and when
ground actine en n sdroirh settler.
A farmer residing in Bristol, Ontario
county, N.Y., is a somnambulist. One day
while working in a field he lost an iron
tooth from the harrow with which be was
putting in his wheat cror. He hunted an
hour to find it, but was unsuccessful. Dur
ing the ensuing night he arose from his
bed, partially dressed himself, and started
out. The night was very dark; one of his
boys followed him with a lantern. He kept
up a running talk with himself about the
"drag too'h." He walked in a straight
line to the field where he had been labor
ing, perhaps a quarter of a mile from his
residence Arriving at a certain point he
stopped short, kicked away some earth,
and brought forth the missing tooth !
Then turning square around he proceeded
directly to his home. Arriving at the door
he performed the teat of lifting the heavy
stone step, which required the combined
strength of himself and another man to
raise the next morning, - He threw the
iron under the step, let down the stone
easily, saying, "there you are, and can't get
awa again,"and then cooly, and apparent
ly without the least excitement, retired to
his chamber, disrobed himself and went to
bed. He was entirely unconscious the next
mon ing of what he bad been doing. Now
the autstion is, what peculiar power en
abled the man to perform this wonderful
feat? It would seem little less tnan a
miracle, but of its truth as related there is
no doubt Trey (N. Y.J Ttmts.
A Doo jstoet. A yourjg man named
John Bradshaw was accidentally killed
while gunning with some friends near
Lynchburg, Va., on Saturday. All but one
of his companions started for town to ob
tain assistance, tbe other remaining to
watch over his remains. To favorite
hunting dogs of his, however, at once ap
proached their dead master, and by pite
ous moans exhibited their grief, and in the
most savace manner drove off the youth
who had been leit behind. They then took
position close by the body, and even when
friends from the city reached the spot, they
refused to let them come near; and it was
only after rongh means were adopted, and
one centleman severely bitten, that the
dogs were dnven off, and . the body cared
Josh Billings on Boston.
Boston is the capital of Mass'; the salt
v tbe earth, ana the kradle and rocking
hoss uv the live Yankee.
It is a city of immensespondulicks, grate
attempts, vast vicktories, and tremenjuous
The inevitable skool-marm, the kam-
phene agitator, the warlike debater, all cum
red-bot from .Boston.
1 am playkarded to lektur he? a to-night
at Musick Hall, but how I shall succeed the
Lord only knows, for L- a man of no learn
ing, a very poor speller, and devoid of im-
pudense, and got te face poets and sKOlarc,
historyans and sages, besides lots of wim-
min, who have got more education in one
minute than Nebudkenezzer had after 999
years of toil and sweat.
I shall probably make a fizzle of it, but
I have one consol'.shun to eheer me, it
won't be my fast fizzle.
Fust fizzles are what try a phellow; if he
kan manage one of them, and not all leak
out, tbere is hope for him, and also a
alight sprinkling of 6aJviuhun.
What i hav saw of Boston suits me.
The people are as gentle as lambs, and
know a stranger the minitt they git their
eyes on him.
Nobody here is in too much of a hurry
to be civil. If you hev lott yure hetel
the first man you meet will wabte 2 hours
telling you of the different crooks yu must
take to reach it, and finally konklude the
safest wsy to tell yu how to get thasa is to
drop everything and go with yu.
.Boston is tbe ezyest place tew git lost in
( with all its morality) that I have ever tried.
You kan git lost and not kno it till a hour
There don't seem tew be enny streets
what run paralelL They all seem tew run
where they pleze, and every street has got
at least one end to it, that brings up in
To learn Boston one should be born here.
or least serve an apprenticeship here for 40
or 50 years.
Boston is principally celebrated Oust now)
for its grate temperanse question.
V biskee is as aktual skase here, as hair
on the hed of mi cane.
I haven't dared to ask the question for
fear of being arrested, but i don't suppose,
as near as i kan judge, that thare is a square
drink of corn whiskee within 6ix miles of
the city ot Boston, tor sale or to let What
on earth the people live on for drink is a
mystery to me.
irtew and morality are the two staple
krops in Boston. This aft moon i am go
ing to be invited out to ride on tbe mill
dam, a piece of fast r ad near the city,
which is built in a strait line to avoid the
unworthy appearance ef a trotting track-
xsunker hill Is not fur oph, and i am
teazed t stay over to-morrow and visit it,
but i alius made it a rale, tbe auicker i kan
h-ave a town, after i have spoke one of mi
lekturs, and got mi money fir it the more
pleazant it is lor mi friends to entertain me.
Pamouth rok is likewise sumware in
these adjacent parts. I would like to go
and stan on it the man who kan stan on
Pliraouth rok and not puff up sum is a
Such a man probably never had enny
fouriathers, nor enny soul, nor enny giz
zard, nor enny fewter proipects in him.
x spent two boars just after breakfast in
the common, which is an uncommon fine
piece of veritable land, inhabited with
grand elms,and lit up day by day with hap
If l had a boy that i wanted tew elevate
in the way he should go the most, i would
not undertake the job mictlr. but i would
take oph the halter and turn him oat loose
in the city of Boston.
It has been sed by one of her historians.
"that a man oi.ee born in Boston don't hav
tew be born agin." If this is really so it
is a great having.
xtelicks are verr cheap last now in Bos
ton. I was ofiersd a hemlock board ten
feet long, eight inches wide and an inch in
depth, taken in one piece from the grate
uoifseum, tor tne . miserable pittaace of
It was dorg sassage cheap, but it was
two dollars more money than i had. and
more hemlok board than i stood in need of.
Brains is the ohief artikle of consump
tion in Boston. Almos everything else. is
neglekted, and tho this is a sublime idear,
the consequence is that a great deal of
natural genius is neglekted, and the city is
a leetle overstocked with morbid tavlors
and languid mantau-makers.
lbere is one thine that l love and re-
epekt Boston for -Bhe lets her dead sleep
in old graveyards all about the city.
x xonsider a man s cones a fast mortgage
on land, that no process but tbe summons
of Gabriel's horn kan remove
CostPBisssD Lzatheb. An article term
ed "compressed leather" is now manufac
tured of the waste leather of shoe factories
and saddlery establishments, by firtt
cleansing it from dirt and other foreign
substances, then cutting it into fine shreds,
witn tbe waste of raw hides, and immers
ing in water containing one per cent of sul-
pnuno acid, until tbe wbole forms a plastic
pulp, which can then be pressed into
moulds of the desired size. After these
have. been dried by means of steam, the
masses are passed between rollers, one of
which is rough and the other smooth, for
the purpose of producing surfaces in imi
tation of flesh and grain sides of leather.
To render the whole pliable, one pound of
glycerine ia added for each hundred pounds
of material. - For many purposes, as for
the soles of shoes, etc, this artificial sub
stance completely replaces the natural
leather, and can be sold at a much cheap
Tax alabxa Skxl Fishteies. The House
Committee on Commerce have agreed on a
bill relative to the Alaska aeal fisheries. It
provides that 100,000 seals may be killed
yearly for the next twenty years, unlets the
Secretory of the Treasury restricts tbe num
ber. The annual rental for the privilege
of taking these seals is not to be less than
$50,000, to be secured by a deposit of gov
ernment bonds, and each akin must pay a
revenue tax of $2. The Secretary is to
lease the business immediately to proper
and responsible parties to the best advan
tage of the United Sbtes, and v ith due re
gard to the interests of the government
the nation, of the inhabitants, and protec
tion of the fisheries. Tbe lease is to run
twenty years from the first of May next
aod the lessees are to give a bond of half a
million dollars, lhe bill is a long one, and
these are only its essential points. It does
not widely differ from the one passed by
the Senate nearly a year ago. The idea of
Secretary Boutwell is, that the government
itself had better go into the business, but in
this be was decisively overruled by tbe
AsuxxaTioif of Nov. Scotia. A letter
from Nova Scotia says it s asserted, on
pretty good authority, that the United
States Qo eminent has been pounded on
the subject of annexation, and has express
ed itself favorably, and is ready to open
negotiations so soon as tbe people, by a
fair vote, desire annexation, and s nd dele
gates to Washington fr that purpose. A
iHte number of tbe Yarmouth (Nova Scotia)
Herald says: "The people of the western
counties, with few exceptions, are strongly
in favor of annexation to the United States.
From reports that come from eastward, the
feeling seems very much the same, and
tbere can be no doubt that an immense ma
jority of the people desire annexation."
lhe editor propose! a meeting tor tbe pur
pose of sending a petition to the President
and Con gi ess, and thinks it would be sign
ed by seven-eigktna oi tne population.
Bbiqaitoagz is holding high carnival in
Greece, and persons going from one city to
another have to join in companies, and be
well armed in order to avoid capture.
ItoiaS has 13.257 pensioners on the
rolls, which require the expenditure of
ii,ii8,73 90 annually.
Tex most imperative want of Texas jut
now is school teachers. .
The open winter permits spring to come
in without knocking.
'Shoo Fur" was sung by the Southern
negroes many years ago.
Rolleb Skating Einka are coming into
fashion in the South.
"Shoo Tlx" bonnets are out They re
semble in form an elongated beet
The Saxe horn is said to take its name
from Marshal Saxe's favorite drink.
A Methodist church has been built in
three da 8 in Chuton county, Iowa.
A Cincinnati policeman is preparing to
change his vocation to that of an actor.
A $50,000 libel suit has been com
menced against the San Francisco Bulletin.
Two-thxbds of the expert pickpockets in
New York city are lemales under 20 years
The Thames was so Linefeed with ice on
the 16th of Feb. that navigation was almost
Mant prominent citizens of Chicago are
preparing to visit the Rocky Mountains
A keg no woman of Lexington, Ky., fifty
ears of age, has just given birth to three
A keobo boy, twelve years old, recently
hung himself to an apple tree in Howard
It is said that Mesdames Clanin and
Woodhull. of New York, have sued the
Chicago Times for libel; fi r $50,000.
In a breach of promise case at Nashville,
Tenn.. the female exhibits two hundred
letters written her in three years by the de
Winchester, a truly Virginian town dur
ing tbe war cnanged lianas eignty-seven
times; sometimes as many as three times
in a single day.
A kew and original weekly publication is
announced in London, a "gastronomic
journal of a high class to be called "The
Knife and i or k.
Betwiek thirty and forty large ships
have parsed through the Suez Canal since
its opening. Tbe amount of tolls reteived
from them was about $ GO, 000.
Omaha has a first-class divorce case on
hand, a leading church member beiDg
sued by bis wife for a dissolution of the
It is feared the Louisiana orange crcp
will be a total loss this year. . It is esti
mated the loss ir Plaquemines pariah alone
will amount to SgO.OOO.
The London Globe says that an invita
tion will probably be offered to American
riflemen to visit Wimbledon for an inter
national rifle match this year.
Some of the English laws seem queer to
American". Thus, at Leeds the other day,
a stoker at a mill was sent to prison fcr a
month for neglecting to fire his furnace
The Bombay Government Gazette re
ports that in India there are 3.253,060 acres
devoted to cotton culture, showing an in
crease of thirty per cent, during the year
The President of the Fenian Brother
hood of the United States has Issued an or
der for the meeting of the annual congress
of the Brotherhood, in Chicago, on the
Some excitement has been created in
Kunxville, Tenn., by a baby which has de
parted from the old established rules gov
erning "cutting teeth" by cutting its back
teeth to start with.
Accordiso to the Revolution there is a
faro bank ou Fourteenth street Washing
ton, kept by a woman, where the women
clerks of the Treasury go to gamble their
A project to establish a shelter for lost
dogs has recently been grafted upon the
operations of the Woman's Branch of the
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals, in Philadelphia.
The legal asczie of bread in . New Or
leans, on the basis of an average of $7 50
for flour, is fixed As lcllows: 48 ounces for
twenty cent 8; 24 ounces for ten cents; 12
ounces for five cents.
One of the Charleston, S. C. military
companies will dedicate a monument in
May to the memory of their comrades who
fell during the rebellion, and Gen. Wade
Hampton is to deliver the address.
The Female Printers Union, of New
York city, now numbers about fifty mem.
berg. The total number of women type
setters in that city is one hundred and fifty.
Ore of the Piute Indians predicts an
other flood speedily, "like the one 1870
years ago, when it rained forty days and
forty nights, and all the people got into
the big boat built by Columbus. '
In Saginaw, Mien., the lumber sales in
18C9 amounted to $10,000,000; the fisheries
about $20,000 and salt 1,044,528. The saw
mills employ about 3 000 mn shingle nrdld
600, and tbe salt bubiuess with its various
details, 9,000 men.
It is related of a centenarian who died
the other day that he learned to use to
bacco at the age of 50, but abandoned it at
87, having discovered that it made his
hand a little unsteady. His nerves
improved, he said, very much after that
Figabo tells of a Russian poet who has
not only been able to dedicate a volume oi
verse to his mistress, but ' to furnish the
binding from his own person. Having had
a leg amputated, he devoted the epidermis
to the embellishment of his rhymes.
A mce young man in New Orleans ran
away with and married tbe daughter of a
bigbly respectable lady, and came back for
the lady's bleasing, which was freely given;
together with the information that the girl
was not her daughter, but a quadroon ser
vant girl. He said it was a swindle, and
went away so rapidly tuat they couldn't
see his back for the dust
In a divorce case at Detroit the other day,
Judge Patchin decided that a farm should
be equally divided between the severed
couple, on the (.round that the weman,
by her hard work, had done as much as the
man to acquire tne property.
A novel and worthy enterprise is that ol
the Boston and Albany Railroad, which
has recently established a library for the
use of its employes. Any employe on any
part of the Hue can obtain any book desir
ed without charge for use or transporta
tion. . A New York letter says: "The most
elegant dress ever seen ia America was
worn at a late disreputable ball in the me
tropolis. Twelve hundred yards ef delicate
white illusion, forty yards of the costliest
gold cord, thirty-eight yards of salmon
colored satin, fifteen yards of white satin
and eight yards of thread lace were used in
making this beautiful pattern drees. It
was made by au American modiste after
de-igus by the wearr."
Queen Victoria's annual allowance is
38o,000, beside 25,000 lrom the Duchy
of Lancaster, and the fee rental of a dozen
castles, palact-s, Ac. As she accepted a
legacy of 250,000 from Mr. Neeld (who
passed over his own relations to enrich
her), as 6he inherited 1,000,000 from
Prince Albert in 18bl, and as she has not
p pent a third cf her allowance since his
death, it is estimated that Her Majesty's
CAh capital, well invested, is at least
2,000,000, or $10.00i,000.
The Eekt ad Obioisal Tonio of Iron
Phoa: horu- and Calisaa, known as Cat well,
Mack & Co.'s Fcrro Phosphorated Eiixir of
CaUsaya Bark. The Iron restores color to
the blood, tbe I'hoephorus lenews wate of
nerve tineue a.d the CaUtayagivea a natural,
healthful tone to tho digestive organs, there
by curing Dyvpcpsia iu its 'various forms,
Wakefulness, General Debility and Depres
sion f Spirits. Mannfactured only by CAS
WELL, IIAZ A&D & CO., successors to Cas
well, Itiaclt & Co., New York. Sold by all
The Pope has signed a d cree including
an anathema against the Fenians, cutting
them off from sacrament and the rites ol
Christian burial, and denying them abso
lution, and burial ia oonseorated ground.
Ettect ot Cold on Gas. It may surprise
some of our readers, who have given
no attention to such subjects, to learn that
the illuminating power ol gas depends in a
very marked ratio upon the temperature ot
the air in which it is burned. Thus, it has
been found.taking the amount of light
emitted at 65 degrees of Fahrenheit as a
standard of 100 parts, that at 32 decreed
or the freezing point the percentage of
uku u uurr.io; ana mat at 4 degrees
above zero it is only .33, or about one
third of what it is at 65 degrees On the
other hand, increased heat is not accom
panied by a corresponding amount of b'srht.
since the temperature of boiling water
causes an increase or only lour per cent
over the standard; and that of 320 deirreea.
or boiling parafSne, only 18 per cent The
loss of illuminating power upon the appli
cation of cold is supposed to depend direct
ly upon, the; condensation of the hydro
carbon vapors; since, at a temperature of
aegrees a aoiia mass was found congeal
ed upon tbe sides of the tube, containing,
among other substances, benzole, ammonia
ana nitric arui.
The censaa of 1871 ia ar.t1ninar u mnk
... i - i . ....
miruuuu in ureeu, Britain as tbat wbich is
to be taken the
receives among our own people. One of
iue most auacuu inings to be attained by
means of an v census ix a Vnnxliuln. nr v.
bociai ana samuuy condition of tbe people.
In Scotland some valuable information was
recently obtained in relation to the i.nmbwr
a . .... .
of houses, the number of rooms in each
house, and whether the house had win
dows. Out of 666.7KA hnnuo Uft 5fl1
- 1 -'.-t'.v; asv-kWA IKiU
only two rooms, and 2-27.723 hnt
while 7,964 had no windows. The 6qualid
misery so common in other Encrliuh-anoair-
in? countries ia sot an pnmmmi in tho mi
districts here. A report of tie number ot
lanuues m one nouie would be more valua
ble: and vet if the honsea in tha rmi.,1
States were numbered in the way that has
oeen lnoicatea, sone I acta might ba re
vealed of which we have no conception now.
Doves. Norwich. Conn., ia onffarinrr
from aolaffue of doves. Th RraUcHn car.
the birds swarm all over fh nitv tab
possession of ornamental cornices and side-
wai&o, peupie toe cnur;n Deunes, swarm
in countless numbers on the wharfs in the
vicinity of erain mrehnnwa m l hiahu..
. n , H.... . i v .
and multiply in tha garret of buildings
uerw a ciapooora is on or a window
pane out to let them in. 1 hev ra tha
abends of the city, the gamins of the air.
x,uierpnsing men caugnt tnree baskets full
in church belfry the other night but
there were as many flapping their wings
over the town next dy.
Miscellaneous Items. No. 28.
Kcrvona dehilitv with ifa 1
ants, low spirits, aepression, involuntary
emisuu'iu, h-eu of semen, spermattorrhoea,
fcg8 Of DOWer. dizzv head l.l.d if mamnw
and threatened .impotence and imbecility!
Hud a sovereign cure in Humphrey' Homeo
paiu.v ojjociuc, .to. iwemy-eigat. composed
of tbe mot valnahlA milrl an. I nntant ,.rt
tives, they strike at once at ibe root of the
matter, tone up the system, arrest the dis
charges, and impart vigor and energy, li.e
and vitality, to the entire man. They have
cured thonnandarif raaca PrirA t rr r. .mir
age of five hox and a large vial ot
pu-uer, wurtu 2.uu, wnicn is very important
tn obatinatfi anil rAii nr 1
ingle box. Bold by all druggists, and sent
"j ku receipt oi price. AudrcM liam
Dhrev Hrecifi Hntnonrathin Mcvli
pany, 562 Broadwaj. K. T.
A STA3DASD MlDICISS. A moair iha few
remedies fur tbe curing of diaeaee, that bu
stood tbe teat of expen-nce and grown into
jpui uiar lavor, is xioonana a uerraau ttittera.
Thi Bitters have been before tbe unbiia for
many yeare. and has been constantly grow
iriB in reprnutiun. Ia manv ca-ea or liver
Complaint, Dyspepsia, diaorder ef tho diges
tive organs, sc., It la used with the createat
succeesa, and Is often preset iDed by the most
skillful and experienced physicians.
To those afHicted with any of the dUoa.ee
arising from bUious disorder of the stomach,
sod uiaeaaes resultins from a disordered ren
dition of the dige.tive organs, this Bitters id
said to be invaluable.
Ibe Bittera is not an alcoholio drink, and a
taste for alcoholic stimulants is therefore not
engendered by its frequent use.
We believe that if our people our farmers
and mechanics, and all who are obliged to
wrk out of doors in the wet and ralnv weath
er of tha spring and fall, would uee'the Bit
ters as directed, a large proportion of the fe
vers and bilious complaints with which we
are afflicted, would entirely ceaae. Htvieio.
TTT 1 -" . T
Wxhave luet received from the well-known
Agricultural Warehouse of Meeara. R. H. Al
len & Co., of New York, their new Catalogue
of Seeds for the Farm and Garden. This tias
numeroua illustrations of the novelues and
specialities in Seeds, and, though a hand
some and expensive Catalogue, it is sent to
all applicants on receipt of stamp to prepay
postage. By their advertisement it will alto
be noticed tbat they deal largely in Agricul
tural Implements and Machines, and cinall
Tools of every kind for Fartners, Gardoners
and Stock Baiters use. Indeed, they are the
oldest established houoe in New York, aai
their assortment contains many articled that
our Western Farmers ought to have, which
uieycanuov buy at ear local stores. So tbat
exeel that ws are doincr cur reader a ser
vice by recommending them to send their or
ders to these gent h men. See their adver
tisement elaewbere of their large Catalogue,
which every Progressive Farmer ought to
have in his library.
PLEASANT HILL, Minn., April 9, 1866.
Da. C. W. Koback. Cincinnati. O.Dear
Sir: Last fall my wile bad the liver complaint
so bad tbat tbe was unable to sit up but a few
minutes at a time. I had a physician doctor
ing ber for some time, but toe medicine he
gave tier seemed to do ber but little or no
good. I was advised to set her a bottU of
your Bittera and let her try them, and see if
thty would help her. So I thought if one bot
tie would be good, tiro would be betu r, and
i got ner two bottles, and when she bad taien
tha last bottleful ehe could do mo-t of her
housework. I got her one more, which en
tirely cured her, and she looked tbe best I
have seen her for four years. We recom
mended them to several of our neighbors, who
have need tuem with great enco e-. Address
ORVIS A. MASON,
Pickwick Winona Co., Minn.
Royal Havana Lottery of Cuba.
IKree hundred Ourutand dodar$ in Odta
diaicn ercry 17 dayi. Prizes cached aud In
rormauon lurnisneo. The highest rats paid
for Doubloons and all kinds of Gold and Sil
ver, govenuntnt securities, Ac. TAVLOK &
CO., Bankers. No. 16 Wall St. N. Y.
Napoleon once said to one of bis favorite
Gener&ie, "I know men. and I tell yea tbat
Jesus ia not a mm."
What is more unsightly than a coat collar
or a lady's dress covered with dandruff? And
wbat is mora uncomfortable than a bead of
hair filled witu ill Beadtr, vou bva do
good excuse for either. Use jinx's Vegta-
bie Ambrobia ana you will Join with ua in
Tn mas rrav hir ta ita natural vvnr and
beaui,Ure llL' Vegetable Sicilian Hair
Bencwer, th beat and most reliable prepara
tion science has givsu us.
TTrraraTrv & Pna 11 t . lAlirtT trVi nl.u a 1
druggists of the Northwest, corner Las;
eirebtsuu naoaaa avenue, unioago.
Thi CrXAnD Hail Lice of Steamekips leave
weekly from Nw York, Liverpool and
Queeustown. Agents in all the principal
cities uf tbe Nortbweat. 8. Rowe. Genera.
Western Agent, No. 2 Lake etrt et Chicago.
The remarkable properties of Brown's
Bronchial Troches have been thoroufhlv
tested since first introduced. The demand
for them has steadily increaa d. and purely
upon their own merits,they have found favor
with those who, from pulmonary, bronchial,
or aahmatic complaints, require them. For
coughs ana corns taey are efficacious.
1nw Htfat hirthln oiffc tnr - rtnv mitA fa a
policr on your life in the Washington Life, cf
Mas. Whitoomb's Stbcp. This artJole is
rood for all diaeaaea incident to tha Deriod
of teetbmg in children, and ia sold tor 25
cents a home.
See Advxbttbucxbt of Dr. Butts' Diepen
sary, headed Book for the million UAH
BIAGE GUIDE in another column. It
should be read by all.
New Yoex's tallest policeman stands six
hi nine inane.
Chicago Chemical Fire Engines
We are glad to announce that the Council
of the city of Plymouth, O., have purchased
uuo ui iuo uuiitru states unetnical lire r,n
gines, manufactured at Chicago by the U. S
Chemical lire Eugine Company. Tne testtn
w mch one ul thea- machines was subjected on
Tuesday morning la-it, has eminently satisfied
every one in this community that they have
not oeen over-rated, and that by skillful man
acement they are capable of Derforminc won
ders almost beyond btuef. The most ek ptical
' " iuu'1 iu mtir (iraise. jMOlwirnttanu
ing the disadvantages under which it
worked, being frozen up wttnn brought rem
the depot, and having a valve broken
Derore it waa iairly placed ia action
Decides no one snowintr how to work
it successiully and enly having a limited
snpi.ly of chemicals on hand, vet it in nniv r.
ally acknowledged that the qnenobing of
mt names was iij a great measure owm to
tne chemical re engine. Had it not been
for thi tire annih lator tbere is no doubt that
the entire. ro of building on tbe southeast
-ide or the eqnare would now be in aubes.
To view the buildings in j a xU position to lhe
ruins, it seem as it either a miracle had been
perfurnied or a number of steam engines bad
ureu piaying upon ine rmneu ma. It h is
oeen inc.ntes:ably demonstrated tbatasniall
quantity cr water aaturated witu ti.ie cbtmi
eal compound baa much more i fTW-t in :h.
daing tiro i ban a much larger quantity cf
ui ulnar j waier, ana me result will Do that
a great revolu ion will be wrought ic the
mode of subduing fire, by the general intro
duction and us of these chemical flio en
gines. flynvmui, Ohio, Adcerluitr.
Private medical aid. Bead Dr. VThittier'a
Lira Insurance f jc uoteel Not iu the crash
PBCSSING'd Celebrated C:rW V rt rrnr iu the.
be-t jq ihe market. Auk yonr jrroctr for it.
Oi THE AGK.
DR. KENNEDY'S RHEUMATIC
AND NEURALGIA DISSOLVENT.
Reader, von ma consider thl a anrt jl anrsad
heading, bat I mean every word of it. 1 bava baas
Uiara Wbea jour ajrsiam is racked with
pain, and joa cannot even tarn ronnelliibed.orsirrlrc
in a chair, von mumt ait and wiffar. in thm mmin. wi. h.
iny it waa night, aad at mailt wiabintf is was morning.
" aea juu nave
when srery nerrs ia roar beins- is Uks the Win of a
wap. ouwuaunw toe moat venomous aad hot pntaoo
arouad four heart, and dnno yoa to the vsiy rscwe oi
- w.. n HI 'n Blf Uf
that T have tni rot thmnrYi with t thst uni nhL
most hearvwilhenna. moat atremrfh Wuwimw mod
mint-breakinc aad nund-weakening ot all diaeane ton
can auuei our poor aojnan nature, hind foa nave the
lina aad writhinc in acony and pain. Doable to tors
roaraeU in bed. and every movement will go Iu yooi
heart Uke s knife: now te J me. if relief and ram m n
ef these dineasee in a few day m not tbe Oraateai
Meoicai xMeesina' ot tne Aae tail na wai at 1
DIRECTIONS TO rP.Yi will taka . thlwvw .
fni and tbree aoonnftila of water ti)rpe times & daw. .n.i
in a tew days every particle of rheumatic and neuralgic
pain will be dissolved and paaa oH by the kidneys.
Manufactured by DO.NAIJJ KENNEDY.
Wwnma.rv Infin. Bnll ET. k. m. I .
4 Smith, K P. lwyer A Co.. Barnhams A Van acu.'a ;a
HarlburtA l.dsaU. rolmaa i Kin;. Chicago; l.r su 4
Button, Cice a Kising, Boawurth A son, Dohmxo A
Schuudt, Milwaukee; MoCnllocb A McCord, La -lame.
Noyee Brow., n. Panl; t.oUina Broa.. Z. t. toetiel,
Meyers Bros., Lous: Moors A Tarbsi. Zonkeaiasi A
At retail by all dma-aisaa.
Itch! Ihl! ItchlH
wCKATCn fcCKATCIU! SCRATCH . i
AVhtatou'i Oiattau mt
la from 10 to B noma
tnree . It Kb en as.
Cures rarber lick.
Cares Old Xireev.
Curat seers tnvie Aanm B
Pries. EOa a box: bv mail. Ha
tA rjs VVJEKS POTTICK, 170 Waahlnrtoa St .
tout is by all Drugguua, Boston. 1awi
SOMETHING NEW: A seat Pocktt album.
coataiDina t-a Dietora. baantifollT anlarad. mhi
frm b mail for SO cent.. Addiera Ame ricas ALBUM
Ife, Bux a, Amsterdam, f. Y. &. J. Barton. A seat.
Agents Canvassing Book beat Free.
SECRETS OF INTERNAL REVENUE,
A PRO MIX EXT OFFICER OF THS
showing op the eeer. ta and imnmr Knrktngn of tbe Revenue
Uepartme t, the Whisky Ring. Gold Kins, and Draw
back rraoda. Systematic Robbery, depredations. Con
spiracies aod Kaids on the Covemme't Malieaaanco.
tyranny ana coirupuoa oi Digo Officials J km
about 500 a ell. nil ad pges. spiritedly ill antra tea!
Anenta Wanted. I' lorrwina h ,k ami f?amrUt. nuj'
ju trrr Addreas W.U. FI.1NT, 't,r, Phil-
aaeipma. a. ; inicago lit., or Cincinnati. U.
eiOf .(til A YKAK AM) EXPEXSfX. to
J m 3 3 9 A centa to aeil a new shuttle Searing
Maouine, tbe beat and cheapest machine in the world.
' 3 vek a 'lie m bnk W.." Sample machine on trial
Foi particulars addreas J. If, BJ YLAJ , letroit, Mich.
Brick Hand Machine
With on team, and
lira man will max
8 to 10,000
Power Ills chine
With ens tears and
asvea men, will make
12 TO 18,000
As good aa mads by
Price, set np, S 500
8nd for Circular to .
V ASTCVl.ilTtiirtanrjgcrihersinO-rnonh. SOW
I Jor X KV KR. Yon have ftid kept "PUTT lN O r F."
V, have only 9 U January numbers left. Yon can
secure all the numbers ol the ".-t r Spanalrd Tanner
for 18T0 if yi subscribe ATOfCK. D .ViTDhLAV.
For only 7acntsvou get tbe"Banner" a whole year, Ihs
supern engraving 'kvi-ngeline ' 1 1-i by Sleet throws
in. Thousands aub.anbe weekly. You can nnw secure
all tbe numbers for 18 U if yon S rKAK QUICK.
otAct we will refund your money if yon are not delighted.
Will too rrv it ltwiu aavey-'H Mtotr. asuooiunina
of splendid reading. An illustrated, 8 pace. Lodger
sr.s pap-r a wbnle year and supern etel pLn'e. all lor
onlyi¢a. Now ia the LAST CHAJtt. tpectmea
a senta. nana 7f rents ana jnur name to
bi Aa UfA-MiLtU BA.-.-JUt,"
Uinadala. A". H.
RE AR. DEER. Wild Cat, B-nver, Opoownm. Otter.
Mink. Margin: Ac. Aa Yon can hunt, catch and
trap A N" Y and ALL Wild animals. Also, tan and core
furs and akioa. Nearly luu page. 87,i K'L Boy tbe
o .lv rhean and reliable book. "The HanU-r'a Cuido."
Only 2a seats, mailed free, address the sole pabli-hera,
H UN I F.R A CO.. Hin-dale. S. H.
KOVTO GET PA. EM IS
IS FTLLY VIPT.ATVFD tn a Pamphlet of 1' pages
at asaed by MUNN A CO . M Para iuw, New Yoik.
or... i r n, r r..
MTJNX A C' .. Editors Sdntlle Am W
aa", the be-t Mechani a Paper in tbe
world. C2.1 Yfaks MP.tli.NCEl. have
PATXCm-takrn .'lore Pateute. and torn ned
Jlore loVHii4ttia. tnan any otner
A senry bend sketch and description
For Z ELL'S KNC VCl.OPFDlA, now being ised ia
n monthly parbsa' 0 cents per part sj pa. si in all.
It t a complete Enrrrclt pedia, Gaxs ear ot the World,
Biographical, l.sw. Iiible,and Meiical I ictioory, with
over .uutf illutrationa A 60 cent specim-a nuailMT
ssat for ID seals. For terms, Ac .address
WWsat Randolph strset, ChiSagal
yxtslaJ Ctalog-ea of SEEDS rltherWnale
aal or Retail, srnt to applicants
on receipt of btanp.
Onr larrs Cntaloaroe of Aarricnttara.1 Imple
snrnts. .Marhinea aod Small Tools ia a handaome
volume of ab. ut 31M) paaeav. containing near y t;M
illustrations of toe newest and beat tor Farm and
Uouseooid nae. and is sent soatrpaid by mail, on receipt
of si 1 1 aaf are mil fa- d ihis so rereuM e tA. Aral elar
Str wr gmodt. Address all letwra to
It. II. ALJLL.'M IU.
P.O. Box 376. New York.
If K If vnn want anvthinsfornsson vr nr farm, aend
a stamp to ua and we will either write yoa the oVnred
information or aend yoa a bpeeial Circular of wnich ws
issue a lar re number. .
17 aiPTIYarENT FOR lADIESLight, pleas
m J ant sad very nror table, suitabls for any lady.
sr full particulars ancloae ten cents tor ei peaces o
j. ja, boar jsa. ki t waataruigs sarsss aosiers, as ass.
II .'tott Blteui j
heforo ihfombUe lm2X'::nii?h tn
alcclorithsa Tin frnrtH
cesslul. y V
a a res
7 aV " 'J S ' -
S . w
ded won Ecznnfifjf
a ji ilis eimrcirufoTrirji.
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TcSTlMO.vUh awGStllilJjnvi 77 77.
AAW10SA is too iflbioih
-S OLD EY-V--
Mjfrr'T VVaZ7 1 ai '
-av-r p -aw M. avav. r w ATX g a. J
PRICE mi r n n fi v,. rrrrrrrr
Jiopriftora y u..
AMERICAN GLjSS WXr.SOW-
The air St .iot nl- dnrahle. and Mtiaf.ftnw WImIa.
PuUeyeverinvfntfd. Approved hr-r-r. person eh, hna
naed tbeaa. The aavine n ivlit np..l. t.l.. b..
wAelernar For sals whMle and retail 1 y
1 I . I." 1 1 f . 'r . . .... . , . . . .
aa T nu.i t m o -na. si i aae iaicago.
14 0 ??ow 1 m,wJe rt ft in 4 nn. mb Stencils
3lC0r..INaTDIi, ILL., KUKL.Y.
19rh Year ! SOOAcrpai! 10 Crerulionat-s !
T.araeat- bret stock and nhininw a rpr.c4
L 13yr . l,nit n. I yr , -J- PFL- lit). .r.GRK r.-i.
choice Jft'KSfiKY rf)CICv', Soel. Arplea.
reacn. wit i.ihjm-., n.i si, osvi.r. "l ioit,
I0..t...n F.VFR..V VI N ROKS 1 . SI.ji r.,h-
liaa. O adioloa. (;R kKS Hi )l T-ih: RKtilil vi: P IS i
Send l'-c for Cata:ogaa V. K. PllO:.MX
Sandnr4 GmnwU'd. Tt nrprwtn no tbe Fltsnrrr
and r armer for the past Is years has proven tnat 11 is a
Permanent. ' AcUvu scit Ettab.'c
And esoseialtv adantd to Wheat. Cora and all erot a
and Veaetabies. t is a nmmo' and rehikble crei nro.
decerand Impboves all xiii a F:itM.r.NTi.Y.
Paoipbleta, contain na fpH infornatii-n. n.ailsdfrss
npon appbcation. Libera! dc.nnt to dealer..
23) South Water AL, Cbtcagu. "t.
BRANCH, CROOKI r cV t O .S vtV M , T
r AUTL'KFRS. Beat asi oteol Saws r -i.i, !.
on hand. Sit Lax street, Chicago S ; : ..r i .oe
Hat. . liaHl',. . t
And the 1)EL1 OK THE IL'UN.hI.V,
New SterenscoDie Views of tbe shove. err ftn. sent
pot' -paid at i "1 i aelected ozen; liai difTt-rvnt aubiecra
Aiso views 01 L clef o at n- rn "J a- uurtu, lrom 4.aJ
to 9 a dux. Firr .scenery sent for 21.aU a dux. tiouda
at whoieaala and retai. Addresa
ti. LOVKJOY, llu So. Clarlt St. Chicago,
bopelea eaaea. Bond utamp for evidence
TVater, Wins and XHk
1 ALEX. 21. IXSLET,
VW Send for Cata logna
tor hnt-ciui new 7 Octave l'ian.
Sentoatiiai. L. 5i- Piao ISekV .V.
CAW EE CTJUSD.
TIvwm havina frtenda afSioted are earnestly solicited
to send for a CIKUL'LAR LtTTKH Uf kr.rr K
tXCtS and TKST1AIO.N I A LS, which will convince toe
moat akspucal of the CI RABil.ll ) oi tne Dl.iaAi.'.
Adiireas V$ BCtiKN LL'CKiiOW, M. U,
U tarsal Jones &t, JS Y. City.
A EJusical Sox lor Two Ecilai?.
THR FREMCI I GREAT SENSATION Klght
select airs, hminenily adapted li tue lra.vin.
room table. io. 1, b tunes. t:l; o- a, U tunia, fc; No. I,
St tuns, a)6. Sent by mail on receipt ot price, t )rder
to the amount of aa sent U. M. D; one doilzr tnut
accompany Uie order to insure it; tha balauce ia) to ue
paid wnen goods are received. .Send tnree cent atarnp
tor new lllnalrslsd catalogne, with hat or mnes.
Address HAKaJ.l.V Hi.,
HH Libsrtv strset .ra 7ora.
BY KENDINt- 35 CENTS, vmn sge. heinl,
color ol eyea and hair, yoa wl reueive by reutm
Oi.il, a correct picture ul your luturs buauand or wife,
with sams and data ot marriage.
Adarsas W. FOX,
P. O. Drawer Ka . Fnliuovilie. Nau To.-4
SHOWS HOW TO DOUBI.K THK PROKIT1! tK
1HK FAitat. and how laxiuera and uur scsa sas
cioo rzzzs. r.iorwSii
in Winter, lo.tl copies anil ba mailed free to farmers
Sand asms and aduxwaa to
uluLUw aacCCBDT A CO.. Cbioago, UL
In the llomidltf - rt and Mirt -u;h.
How. way and where to bnu ibem. U about the --.'O-durfol
protrreea and irrvat rmoutce ot ibe oounu v.
New, treab mtoreHtiDs siud pofiatiar. UneTtsiunia. lum
Uliunuun& Pnvaiow. A rarecbance to make mene
Send lor circular. ftOPLa'b tLatli-L CU.
L4 dtate HreeU Ciiica o. 111.
VTHYDOXT TOT GO TO TTOIUV.
I sn famish a fsav livs men in sv.ry s unty with
stsady snipieyment. snd p.y a salary ot -0 a w.'k '.'-c i
sixmontua. tJuatneas lmui. and rwp.Tctable Suitable l
fur an o Roe, or tor traveiu!. 1 hive no cheat, ca'ch-,
penny affsir. bat one ot te most us-iui. mvn ous ami
wonderful littlemachisessver invented. A Gei uit :
Cnnosicv. Itwuntcost ou n.ucb 'o wr te tu in-,
aud I anil aend $1.00 t-ia'tv ois wuo isdi-watiied w.lh
ths invsaugauoa. Addxass, snc oin ataaip
K. H. WALTER,
(P. O. Box 183 tt John bkreet. New i ork.
GRAND B,A J?L I
Aad Sal )f Kcai Eaiata and Taraoual
iropsrty, at Caasville. wa.
Jan 1st. 1S70.
Pwpsriy valued at $44,000 raffled at $VX. Orly l
perehaacel Mobianaa Every chinee truaraiiteea a
pnxe. Agents wanted in every County and rtt.
Address, venclnee lump. U 14. o.Mi I li A CU, Ma us
ing Agents, Caasville. Oa,
"OR DEAFNXSS-THR PATKNT ORGANIC
f iikkiiitu. it nts intothe f ar. isnot pcrc
bis, removes Singing Noises in tbs Head, and tnuu'i a
beat fersona to hear distinctly attbuib or fublic
Assemblies. Treaties on ieainsss ana latarrn. wjiui
Means si Cars, sent Ires.
means a v.-. -p. HCXT STII.I.WKIX
. broadway, X. Y.
and others intreM-d in
addrew KlKNON l;kt-t.
latent Lm9r and x!jcitors, -ijn Sis i b fcT., Vi asa-
ii.TO!i'. u. v;., ror Auvire auo t ircuiar.
Letter from Hoa. l. P. I.uli)Wat, late eoinmie
nouerot Fatenta, dated Waaitnieton, arcb . I a:
I a hawgSarf 111 V UllUIBfind tO Jail f-Twunl Tjhll ninr hiATet
Knai laaawam in tits Pavlaant Itttsrhl. f has hrm .A a aifcva- n Kniaa .
aa cenlsemeo t trnnipt hiiiiineea l.uuita, and ua eveiy
reapeot wartnj ot Coniideoce.
1 wawaX in Uie above, a. O. TiTl.iiB. late Coca. Pata
not always success ful Ti V.cj ddie
Irui -.-Sr,iasL E
f.EAD EIFOaiTURNIHQ A WAT.
urirr tavjie-nts met with a fitk
! little His!, tcita Pair Prospect cf
k. ieavy uains.
TrT It Ws pled ire ourselves to give each
loJowing articles enomerated beiow
for t ivn lla.lurs
a J,1""' l,",rM"r,T - valued at S40.00O
A I'uir l I r.rtl.tiic Horara, - l.Xj,.,
A i.i.-krrmii'K 4 wiM-rri t.rajifl. " 1 !'
A Trltii.t liorar-. ibioodadi - J VinA
A ..ubl- arraar, sA
r. l :mrvoi i'i;uiiM, urn.
!. I'ure ..,!,! Uairhea, - li..,!,.
I .(.1 .'- iii tlurlimr-, Tli(HI
AhJ other l.iii, valncd at .Ji.OOO.
tn md,l,rmn m flu, aW. ws aill givswith every IC.tb
order received before the 1st ot Vlaren. In t., a ;..l,l .
lltitin. and with eaca ith orders talrta
ItHil t lutiu. M 'A cA .w.irr ua Hi ft. .Nuniberslrum
1 to -u.,4!., mclus rears written in a book, and aaa.nas -each
number ao ne out of tbe above girta ia written.
- .......... rauiiueuiuL cacn ttjem
ner .t the linn rs rpliahie. and has pledged his individual
oeud your enters at once to
II I uliti, . . w. t ..
1401 .Nlralsna. .w ... L
A 15 o oli for the Millicm.
?tT "PUT A CT A PrvTi!CorrN
I RIXDor tbces a boa
ro marry, oo Uie
terms and n-velations of tbe aeinai aymern. witn tia
lateft dincoveriee to regard tooaapnng, buw to Dreasno
lae Kuupletino. Ac
l an i an mlereaUng work of 2J4 maea. with nnmaa.
ojia engrnvtafra, and contains valnobie inanrmaooo ft r
uiu-e auoare luamtMi or euoteuipiate marriage, still t
ia a boa tbal auouM be kept antler lock and kay, and
not L-.id carmly ab-Mit the Oorne.
-u ta any one ( ires ol ftmVtgi tot Fifty Cents.
AJara r. Hiirra' lurMn..rv v 14 k-;-k.k
street, St. Louis, Mo.
:v""Notice to the Afflirted and Cafortnnato
bstore applying to the notonona V who advertat
DnlillO laiM.rs. nr n.in. r . . . . . n
lr. 1 H: I Lli w.K. DAMnturunil .4. . k .
dcpkinJjie jour condition.
r. I 'it', irn be m-u:tl, peroally. or fc mail, oa
tha nMie m.-n!iiuiH iu tus worxs. l ace ,a li .oi ih
f.ialita afreet, between .'ar.et aad Cheatnut ba,
LOOIi TO YU OH vHl.uIJRx.aH
Till GREAT SGO iKii.3 KEM.DY.
Aril. 1 CnnM f JlA In.! Kpinraa e- Dl.
?Jr"P J ae proem of i bet in an. ) Ceul.
.Iff. i Slllwlnaaw. I 'iwawi.1...... - J . a.
illt-iltlli . overcuios all dl'tMaw irvc.- -A
).trinb'si irummer cmiuiiUDt in cnii- jA
N rui. ) drwo oi all ) feiitnw
f. is tiM (imu inrant'a Atnti i 'hi1rfn.nsi Sswhan. Us .
cuur. ft KiwiX ly uo l-ritul4ift Aleuciu to
ol. l.uUll, .afX
ATKIJ-P;cOOF P.VPEK, for Oat aa4
ltlsM.0 Ul l.UlltllaiMS.
o J. FA Y. Camden, 5. J.
10,000 Agents Wanted
for th new anl pfipnktr took "Wfdtock or Thk Rioyp
.. t.-.. ix . fs.r: .vi..." qjLwAt; aad i us
U.Nl ::. k," conriuiutt " a'' tu liri.-, How v IW'aii,
.i Ui H aJ ia.s . iu if i.'t ' on v'oL, sJfiH
r.Dciti.- sT.tn.p i0f p t. ticiAiLrs; aWo ftiwX Ummu g.geat
ii every la-u, ; tuaot Uie bettC ftcijisll.i. rAiU-X
j.o4 f.'ti.i- iuuL.cen.?i.t ouerea.
cat v a.. v KLu inbli: her,i-. irutd-v. Tork
rA.TIZI. afllo-iiJieD oa Satary or Couuni'-U'vi.
v ST .'-.u vei jT-tcucii .alow &a&ot tb cfof
Mtfa-t.. &tl9 I rcp'r ui "I Lie iucrio&n rug Producer.
I" 3 1 f K. I . .S V F.A I i I ( i bein againat -he Us
o1uu.f.i gotxl tcit-ty. mid tUe.-MUiie, 4 iq oeiliierA
.mstt.fi, .'foutuit or a C'-x. Cituxea till
"EJDG.ViY IS W5lTrt"-FRANXllwT
5 T ii V 1 II pxfIo pa? 4i- or more for a mwtnO
if M L r. ftitea w will buy one lb, baa a .
-.ar-i r puruti o, i o'bt.; thread, cuinp wnii
Tu!io, ei-oiifuci d u o t earirs new aod practio-vi
pints. pu r':n i- iric 100. Lii ac.b .lt tiar. -Qjae
t-?;i.r. rd jit,.', iutr, j-iIh tirenwvj, ax uittiaded iiAtr
pr pea frte ubo w m to save tttne, aU.irur and money.
.4r.,- l)iat. oat iu ..ni. ad y-n
a. 'tv to nredjr fsiiLiutK. r tr circuiUrs and teduoed
t r.ce, flti-ii-!i .. O urid A tu., or 1 rajiklui and
at:UAond - Co., hui horj'on, i aas
?Liir:iiV"-"I HAVK IT." eud en eent
jiJ and two p-rt;trv Main pi tnr my circni r. I
will it-tuiQ oa a p.tir o thos pr-.tty " fn.t t it.-.gr.t)
l.i.AwXkAri." or t-ry II .i.r.lVMLlviCTR fiirrrDVkV tilvT
Ka i.kim .3 ok his or a n.midid diKtL tN(iKAVi?(L of
V enteral Orant, aiLtfxtS. viuniiaMion tiozn :lut 1
to !t ifvr fi;iy nid-', .r.d n- .ntorterwnce wirb eery- f
ii-.ttt!&. ii- wtjirtf B art c e am at ior sv.if, bai o4Ji- -t1
mk an inducement cr L.dt.r t- trod or Circular oi
Lniurin.CAva. i-uy 10 lar if -nf rtsjily. dttr kw,
S A-.rl i-.. lA ai l ijv f. Loatotn, dlaae
".T E W IE K I N SWICR OAT? o-Whitei
iM vi'i"h U to -H li per huauel, aud 'elut ,0
pei cent ui-.re tiio cctumi n -stts ocLort tmW9 f
owni t:vas rirctt t ywiix festiaionial tmro M tate)
autl snmpiu 01 tt ic? ptr buLil, att'4prft
busbeia. hDWArtUJ. fc.VA.Na, Vorac, Pa.
t()f Musaalioc! 1870..
' " I LIVE Ar.:-XT-aW.VTFDeverywbersfo
a and iliSi jirritfle Inrluoeinenta nnaorpaaa
Larxociuantiti.'.ai.ui 1 igoDiaon traina Aamp'a
...Ci.iilA iMjr p ir'icularsadilres. r.i i,tmp, vlercnaaiia 1
Manul'r Co., r. O. ll tl. -Winneariolia. Minn.
J iT d:-a ;et:-a tiaiiiinar
W nrVatl r-r! .iv.n gratis to every lis
man alio an I act as ja..ot in a no.v, I'gnt aud hontrabla
buesitw. p.ym a rjt.ri3, nre. Aooitt antorpnas
.o rnuiihug. ..jailJiiioQeW''':.
Addn a. ilOJ i.U a. bl r N.V EDY A CO.,
AKS ! SA.7S !
K (WS f all derintions. ATFS.' BPLTIO and
MUX KUU-Vi. iliNoS I'lHCULAlt -SAW wim
Solid Teeth or with Patt.nt AxjviaBUJ Pgois,
stiertcr hr l.f -rrt! Tir 'h Hun.
tyi'r'u-f lietiurvil. tl
t J wud lur frice rat and t lrculars JL 1
VVLLt II Jc l.illKMilK
Ttnntou. .)lru.w.. or Dfimit, Hlrh.
Head This I
mr s. u,f, p.iv AI.'ENTS A HALART wf
a V ?..'il per tvrr-la aad e- penM a, or ailow a lara
cuuiiuiMiioa. to svll our nw wunderlnl inventions.
Aa.lrewl. .1. W AON..KA LO., Jlarshail. MlcO.
Sx.iti ti ou .'at, ai.Uinic .nLViai PT-tsT tlvsno
r.itto .i. o .TtjiJ,l;no in use. Keoommrnded by
tim. Mirw'. fcor-j: . aud Am n am Aj atrsW. Oo
ovnnty reaorved lur e-vou fwnt. C. . CaL-C- A Co.
4o lf-r:."'i.-.' .s , a. I'.. r i ,.t- AiW" jfoujn. III
o. 4S1 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Will dpoao of Ovg llctDitEu Pi sos, MEUiDaoaa
and t h .a.n. ur ait nrst-class makers, at zirnmtrb) aw
prtca cih J " ii itM u(iA ur wiU take from Aa to
.i.-'i monthly ontil p'auL Xew i Octave Pianos lor irlH
and upwt rda New organ fir to aod Tpwaril" yir .fl.
t'apt u c, r iM:n-tJ. rs and the Escape.
BT CAPTaJX WTLLArm wcrci:sxx!t OTityrgn
lns Xew York Soldier Aathnr.1
Thla (hrillin-i. sathenao. and enwalar work, is 1 sonr
plete his'ory o; .uiu -ro I'nson Uis; principally at
ivichm.uil, D.ioviua, .tlaonn. savunoaa. Char eatoa,
Coiuuii.ia, Haiie U e. Muld.i, laiiaoury, and Ajdsraoa.
vuis. inljing to
of defenceless priaonors who cams too near the f Mt
portruwa. toe arrival of captivw and pUns ol escapa
wita nuiaerssa and varied mcidsnla asU aasadatsa
prison Hfe. erubracrae:, also, the adventures of Cantata
olaiii-r'a ."-. iniiu Colombia, south Carolina, his
mrr; auiHMS)iirnt ui, rm-raffti; trial aa ,
and nn.J ea-.iP9 lrom ylvauia, t.eorina. Vaswaatasl
agjul ua every bono, cuuuly and vula-e m tha
to. sell it tia fall aa4 winter. Th volanie -lUaUbejw
between ivur ..nJ um buutlred pt, mclutiioc aa
AppendLi eouUuniOtsi the name, r&ag;. regiment, and
puoto.nue a.iit'r-soi Uie pri-jor?i ; it u -a y milv V
trtumi, and tytv bo! in eaOra CaUVsla W are; pie1
the mnst if .'-si to all who eogxgs with ns hi the
atUs o this Pnok .Veuchens, ladim. energetm yoauig
iu.'o. ana eapt't: illy mini .wi ami disabled o r.eers and
ao-di'.ra. wul un J our W'.r vcrricul.irly jiapre-i to tneir
oontlr.ion ke empi y u xentirul au, but oder
suiwrior inuii4.uuiculs to i uiifswera Uf 'v-e.
nirur.rtif. -hi . m. Ihrr -ij copies ttavealread'
0erf.n .d in the i iat One "3I s.u .ij copies m oaS
day ; anmlier J . : anoliler l aa laken 1. ! urUera ia
lnur'wM. -.J ;a'w.i aiul we will lorward aamrvle
rH aud n!l n.i -ry inairucliona concerning tsw
b'i niiswi A(K.ru?.s
K. ii. rna;tsoN & ro, .
Pubuanei. .New kora.orst. Louia. .dav
r p 1 a- "J'TC WorthfroraSl50tS10O
CUi Vii LCO la Grevnbacka.
swardM to iberibra and agerts for Wood's HfJ(.s
bold Minitt'i , thelariteat and be-t Uoll.r Xiui.tblr
in the wurM. Simi-ur pr r.s to f-e repe.tt-d anon Full
pari cular in Much Xunliw. F.ir rsie by all Saw
dealers., cr eon- i n atal. irnerf iTeini -rn tin receipt
of iu cents. Adorers S. S. C01, eburgh,Y.
"rANTr".l.-? " llJA I.ABORIVU MRM and
V V'.'i i.il K. to lal".r at rheir boraea or trav 4. part
or all of the time. V. ill aeud a sample 10 commenos
with tree. A. B. UHK K A ...
T1VI.V'. ;tLf:-'v Goi.r.trs rnvrorjD will
m nKco tbe lsrd togr..w en the stntothtrst faee tn
SI djs. ont troe t..r cea.s a package. batiafaoUon
givn or Toi ry re:unuMl. ' d.lttaa
if. A. .-. iLlSBL Klf. Uadley Station. IU
SlAMHlO" and WuBtanhssd.-rasjj for
113 louug ii, tr-!e. in sealed envelopes UW.
AiiJ .SOCI.l lO.S, r.ot P. l-ailadtlpDia. Ps.
Ow 1 pt ! 40 new article! for Agents.
m . . . 1 II . I . 11 . 1 M 1
m p in 1 1 1. rr.. II. 1 - .-.ri , rvii iTi. .ww
a Ylf 'TTM cf eary indiscretion, causing Nerrons
j V -biiiiy. Preuiaiure uecsy. Ac. navn g tried in.
vain f.--y a.rvci tired remedy, ba. a ainipi. nuar. of
reli-cnre wLicn be wli fend tree lo his lei ow son, t. rs
forasitinip. e soil no diiiKr patent poisoi.a, I at
simp.y doaH we -y. irv u-, uii d..u t send u a doct.ar,
OS.U. or anyo.ner Iraud, wu.a ou c.iu cure yourat It.
Addreea O. MAl KtY. .
HI Centre street, Nw YoiK.
VArAKKANTEO (1AKDEN S EL 1S.-Sent by
W mail to any 1'rK.t Oce in the United States.
IlM-STttATi-1 PKl'Kl) CATALiMiLrS J.OR l
mailed to at phcanta. FpD J. Lva A C'a. Yurata
and color x hair and eje". wi b s , tor cliari at
fme. Address li. HkM'Y A Cj. llobo Nt .V Ycity.