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Itfost Wonderful Cure
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JMNtra. I Jf. fforrif d) O-r
Dea RimI fear sold srrms of Dr. ft A. WeaWi
tinkfir an 4 (uH Rnnm Hrrnn. from BIT Item, and 1
thiiiktt tbe best medicine Tew sold, bat mr objeot
bow writinr roo i to msk known to yrra the result
M its nse tn my own home. Mr daughter bu bon
afflicted with crofuia for tbr- A lady Doe-
trews, who baa a rreat rrTxtoJttm tn treatise anch
idM( in this section 1 the tt, doctored her for
some flf'wa month, bat seemed to do the jr.irl
rood. 1 we then dna-rt to try 1r. Roe, of Dart-i
mho baa a cie&t reontatlon In carina: snob disoaaaa.
Ha had her nndnr treatmra for aboot si i-a mom ha.
and oooJd not effect a euro. 1 attesdod the State Fair
at Sortn eld butt fall, accompanied by mj family.
I thare m- a ronUotnao, who. eeetria; my da.iurbter ao
aorely effirctcd. advised mo to procuro Tr. W oarer's
tsrrap ami L erste, ,bt thy won id ear .
- Mi datuhtor then eoald not oso at all. her area be-
(tiK b'inied by the humors; bor rocih and Jew
fcsdiy aftectod; abo had two nlroratod aoroB, one on
her hip and one on br arm. Prom the nicer on bor
arm eeem! pieces of bone had been t-iket. out Vp to
TDia uto i naa not spent less Mian $ iuu tn mea-otaee
for her, and with R all sh rot no better, but wlw aha
Bma r&xaa toe tnira pot tie ot vt eaver e.yrnp an oonv
eight bottle of Syrop- Her eyes are eqtirr'br rostored
to tacht, aad the sores are healed an. I thmk a Uufts
mora or the Nymp will restore her aonnd and wetL
I write you of this core, and want row so makett
it asi.ctea win learn or t&e
1 think any one afflicted with
known, that other RftnUarl;
BMdtr.lM tA mm tbarn. 1 1
Berofnla ean eave larre doctor bills, and rei cured kn
the nse of Dr. Weaver's Hrrttp and Cerate. I think at
will on re scrofula, end aid runinr, aorea, sf Anything
Adt TMraon who knew the ooadftioe t mv danbtB.
will testify that Weaver? Sttud and Cerate cured her.
-end nay person who wants to enquire further about
the rare on write to me. and I will satisfy them that
Dr. wstm'i Syrup and Cerate oured that dteeeee
whioh baffled the skilJ of poysictane, aad that no other
remedy would eore. I rervat that you ernnot say too
' much tn (a ror of Dr. Wmmt'i medicine. V naki
them known to snch as are afflicted with any acroia-
itn much amtitude l remau.
Yonr- Truly, , -
Merchant. Donne-rilK Clarke Oo Ohio.
Moat oertn4y the above letter fs etroer and con
iacinr proof oi the menu oi Dr. Weaver's 8jrup and
The Host Effective Blood Purifier of
tbe Nineteenth Century.
0-FOR BALE BY 1U MEDICO! E DEALERS.
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fiHEESfc 4 BUTTON. MllnokM: BICHABJl50!
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It Oism ; HOTBS BROTHERS, Slat PuL
Be 6midd by WhU Yam Knw.
- Than a old pronrt whldi mjn "Erperieaio
klbBt art gnJda." TothH gnidstiwtlok n&0-
tnf attaaHj ton wben owtlag about tat tb
xaiiec laey Jaanlr vtixt
doa for etimn, baton fiuj adopt it
Of ill Um ramediea aod prareattrm is naa, Beatat
tart Stomach Bittara mean tba test awat trttmh
tatQj, and henca it hnmanan popaliftj aad vaat
aalea. The sufferer from indigeBtlao ! aara to tad
aome ona anxmg nia friends too haa been cured af
that aOmeBt by the famoaa Tegetable atomaebie.
Tba TloUm of fever and agoe, Urer eamplatnt, eoa-
atrpatlon, uetium proatiation, or general debility.
ba onlj to maka inqnirj tn tk neighborhood where
ka reaidet ra order to dbworar what thla atandxrd
natoratrrebaaeSeetediacaneaaiaiilar to hla ova.
Ia the publkhed tetimonj to Kb merint be will find
a roluma of frvoti at Us aEaltarr propertiea, wbtob
it ia aapossible for hla common aanee to reuse. Be
tries it, sad the effeot it produces on nia arataa
adds SDOther to the hosts of witnesses intta favor.
Thus, Ma repctation. founded on facta, not aaser
stone, oontlnually (trows aad spreads. Charlatans
and imposters, same of them mere loeel trtokaten.
and othsra vrse take a somewhat wider rana.
attempt to thrnst into tbe hands and down tbe
uroats of tne paaeota, their bapbaaard eosnooatone,
aa snhstirntes for the tonic which for- ao man.
vaare baa been a medicinal sUrle tbrongbent the
l umea Douas, Kparuen America, uaaaoa, ana the
West Indies, bat only snooeed to s vsry Bmited -tent.
In this reasoning ape, tbe people haTing
ascertained what ie reaDy deeerrtog of their ooan
denoe, decline "running after atnage gods. "
Sir James Clark's Female Fills.
These tevslaarile Pills are anfaUlna; to the ears of aB
attoas paiefnl ami daiiiwrsna d1 to whieh the
male eoctatttattoa is aubjeot. Ther atodsrata all exoftav
es aad remcere all ebatrnctioaa, tram whaterar eaase.
TO MAKRIKD ULDIE8 '
They are parUoolariT snrted. Ther will in s abort tiase
brina on the monthly period with rea-nlsrity : and
althorurh tnj powerful, eootaia Dothiacliiirtfal ie the
eoescitiitiaa. In all cases of KerTO and Spinal Atree
ttons. Pain ta the Back and Lbnba, Fatme oo atibt
sxerUon, Palpitation of tbe Heart, firMeries and
'Whites, the will effect a ours when all other Beene
have ladled. The pamphlet around eeoh peckavre has
full direotions and adrioe or will be sent free to ail
- writing fas it, sealed from obeerraUoo.
Job Means Sir Jame. Clark's Fenule Pills are n.
tensrreW Conrrr&FEiTED. Tbe aenolae hare tbe
name ot utj jsuofcA
K. in all eases where tbe Gmnrnre eesmotbe
ODeatned, Uo Oollar, with fifteen cents for postaa-s,
enclosed to tbe soU Dranrtetor. JOB MOSES. IS Oort-
landtttreet. ew Fork, will inears a bottle of the irao
wtna, eoQtaintninjr Fifty Pills, by letmu mall, aueaiUr
eeaiea iron but nowiecve or KS coomuib.
Made in 31 Days
BY ONI. AGE2JT,
- , SaXUHO THB CKLgBRATKD . -
Over 100,000 New in Use.
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Reecmmeoded by Hon. Borneo Greeley and Ameri
can Agriculturist.- One eounly merred for each
; C. A. CLECC & C0.i '
SO Certludt mrrrf, y. T. av tO L&ke Hu,
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aw btt7 saTtu ov lawmuunn, abttU ITsaaa UneJaVUTQ lOOsttb
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o a"rf 33 Vosrr KtT-eet,
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Just the thins wanted ia every famUr. PHc tu.M
On ticket with each Choroer. One lift of i.onoTiMi
eaigifUaf e-iOeach. Addrees ,,aaa
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rftrTK YOrNfJ IjA lIFf 1STITI'TR, Grsa.
I Tilie, Ohio, has aa bonorabls hiatorf of iortw years:
a loeataoa onsarpaeaed for healt h and beauty : leaches
all the branches of s preparatorr and fall oolli-iat
cooraa. Psintioa. Freaeh aad Gernhaas has a barmal
Claaa, and msltafc a apeciajtjr of mule, with the best
of new bastmoients, embracing the Ore&n, with pedal
base a mt, rar mat. It is s iCTely boat. Terhis
noderate,with aid for the needy. The apring total will
heaisABriltbs3d,lg7L R. . D. RheparcUon. Pre.dent
A iJEYlN t ANTED 221 A MONTH) BTthe
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FARM, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD.
From the New England Farmer.
It is poor economy to reset thin
Evebt farmer should hsve brand
to mark his cattle and tools. It will
save its cost, often.
A waoon-sbe, centrally located and
e sy of access, is a great convenience.
It is an investment that will pay.
A bar, located ennare up to the
highway, like a city block," is worth
half-price. No land is too valuable for
Evfbt prudent fanner will avail him.
self of the comparative leisnre oi win
ter. to put every vehicle and impiemen
pn complete repair.
Don'i live another ye hi without
toolroom. It will save hours of vexa
tious search for forks and shovels that
should be ready without a moment'
If new tools and un painted are soaked
with raw linseed oiL they will work
easier and last longer. Why don't
manufacturers doit by the wholesale
It seems reasonable that a laborng
horse should have a room to lie in at
night, where he can turn over and shift
If your colts are hard to get into the
barn, after their daily exercise, let them
find a few oata in their manger a 'ter
coming in, and thai trouble is over.
Better pav a carpenter for makini
flichts of stairs in ' the barn, where
needed, than a doctor for mending
bones broken by rising ladders, iwule
Things in daily use should be exactly
adapted to the need.
Two dollars a dav for a farm hand
makes it important that he should have
good tools to work with. They cost
considerable. Insist that he use them
for the purpose for which they are
made. . . .
Ah Ohioan. who has three-fourths of
an acre of quince orchard from wniuh
last year he sold 300 bushels of first
class fmit spades the ground in spring
and scatters specs oi coat asnes aroum
each tree, also a quart of salt, and an
other quart when the quinces are naif
grown. - - r
Carrots are recommended as feed
for farm-horses, as they save corn and
give a fine gloss to the skin, besides
promoting a healthful condition of the
system. From fourteen to twenty-one
pounds is a liberal allowance, anything
over that beinp; apt to anect tne Kid
neys and induce excessive stalling.
Success in Farming.
I h-sa lately visited a neighbor whose
farm contains only twenty-eight acres.
He has owned ' it and managed it for
many years. His stock this year eon
sisted of several horses and oxen and
twenty-eight cows, in addition to a con
siderable number of fowls. He grows
no fancy stock of any kind: sells milk,
cream, roots, poultry and eggs. He
buys some grain . for his poultry and
some meal for his cows, though he has
a good field of corn every year. All of
the pasture required for his large stock.
and all the hay and other long fodder
consumed on the place, together with a
good supply of apples, are the product
oi nis tweuty-eignt acres oi lana. ine
great secret of his success is to be
sought in plenty of manure and thor
ough work, managed, of course, in the
most skillful manner. His cash sales
for 1870 will fall but little, if any, short
of 4,000. '
I have another neighbor who begun
with a fine farm of over one hundred
acres, and capital enough to have made
first rate farmer oi an energetic man.
He has probably never sold enongh
from his place pv bs yearly bills,
and his land has ttin uuwn to low water
mark. ' These two men, living in the
same township, and with equal facili
ties, illustrate perfectly the truth I have
endeavored to set Xortn arxrve. The
one went to work in an over-cautious,
penny-wise way, scrimping here and
crimping there, trying to cheat nature
out of her just dues; and he has come
to grief. The other went into farming
business that was worthy ot
his beet efforts, and -whenever he
saw . an - opportunity to invest a
dollar in his farm to good advantage.
he made the investment as soon as he
could get the dollar. - He acted on the
belief that no bank in the world will
y such good' interest as well-farmed
ad ; and, so far as the plain and sim
ple farming he has followed afforded
him the opportunity, he has omitted
nothing nothing thai could add to his
facilities. The result is that he is
more than forehand, and that, if he had
his life to live over again, he would
turn his attention ta farming as the
best opening that oners itself to a young
man of energy, and ability. Ogaen
Farm Papers in American Agricul
turist. f. 7 .-, ' - -
High Farming in England.
A valued correspondent (savs the N.
Post) sends us the following extract
from letter from a young gentleman
this btate, now traveling in ingland
familiarize ' himself with JUnglish
methods of forming:
Mr. F, ownes 2,000 acres, of which
farms 350 the rest being rented.
He has not always made his farm pay
well, but by his own high farming he
has improved tue system in the neigh
borhood, and thereby very much in
creased the, value of land and his own
rents. ... . . '
He keeps on his home farm of 350
acres from 90 to 100 milch cows, be
sides a flock of sheep. He never pur
chases more than one-sixth of the food
his cattle, and that sixth is nearly
His farm-buildings are of brick, and
perfectly drained and ventilated. The
hay and straw are stacked and thatch
ed, by the way, neither is ever stowed
away in barns, , even in this land of
rains, that system being exclusively
Even the roots and potatoes are left
of doors in pits, and the barns are
used for nothing but cattle and thresh
Mr. P.'s yield of wheat this year was
bushels to the acre, and of hay 2
tons; and such hay! In some of the
clover cut last June there still remains
smell of the clover blossoms, and it
worth 7 10s. per ton.
Mr. P. has gone extensively into irri
gation. Some parts of his property lie
the foot of a low range of hills.
through which run streams, in which
has arranged floed-gates, so that
after a heavy rain he can cover with
water at one time fifty or sixty acres
water taking the place of manure on
4 lie principle, -
His draining has been on the same
scale. In one fifty-acre field he has put
down twenry-nve miles of tile pipes.
This is high farming, you will say, with
vengeance. Yet it all pays, and I
know not why it should not pay equally
well with us. At all events let us try.
The following estimate of woman's
love appears in an English contempo
rary : " A French woman will love her
husband if he is either witty or chival
rous : a uerman woman if he is con
stant and faithful ; a Dutch woman if
does not disturb her ease and com
fort too much ; a Spanish woman if he
wreaks vengeance on those who incur
displeasure ; an Italian woman if he
dreamy and poetical ; a Danish wo
man if he thinks that her native conn
try is the brightest and happiest on
earth ; a Russian woman if he despises
westerners as miserable barbarians ; .
Enghsh woman if he succeeds in
ingratiating himself with the court and
plenty of money."
The Attempted Assassination of Senor
The Attempted Assassination of Senor Zorilla—Discovery of a Wide-spread
Plot for a General Massacre—Arrest of
The Madrid correspondent of the
New York World, under date of Feb.
19, writes as follows. "
" The president of the late cortes,
Senor Don Kuiz Zorrilla, who, in tbe
present Serrano cabinet, holds the port
folio of Forsoento, (publio works and
instruction), was fired on this morning
in the Calle Pez, when returning from
a friend's house to his own, bnt happily
tbe balls missed him, and found a rest
ing place, not in his body, but in the
wall of house No. 10 in that street,
where I have just seen their marks, and
counted seven of them.
" Everybody knows the authorities,
with all their vigilance and all their ef
forts, have as yet done nothing to dis
cover the assassins of Prim. Numer
ous arrests, it is true, have been made,
but no practical result appears to have
taken place. That a deep conspiracy
exists there is no doubt, but who are
the conspirators I Anonymous letters
have been received by Serrano, Sagas
ta, Zorilla, and others, warning them
that they must die, but no clue can be
got to their writers. Poor Prim's widow
got one the day he was carr.'ed to
Atocha church, saying, " e are satis
fied with our work, and intend to con
unue it I Kuiz 4omlla haa never
gone about without police escort till
this time, and this time his
life has been attempted. Tester
day morning a myBtenous personage
went to his bouse, (Julie ban Mateo,
and asked if he would appoint time
and place to see certain parties who
could tell him all about the assassins
of Prim. Zorilla loved Prim, and
would sacrifice his life to detect and
punish - his murderers. . He said he
would see them in his own house. That
would not do, it must be in some other.
As he had engaged to spend last even
ing with a friend who lived in Calle
Pez. he fixed to meet his unknown in
formants there at 10 p. m. He waited
till 1:30 this morning, but no one came.
A little before 2 o'clock he left for home,
accompanied by a friend, Senor Don.
Louis Hernandez. A few seconds
after the. door closed upon them, they
observed a - man emerge from a
dark - portal and run rapid
ly past them. This was doubtless one
who had been watching the house they
had been in, and who now ran ahead to
advise his fellows of their approach. A
few minutes more, and they were pass
ingthe currier's shop. No. 10 Calle
Pez. exactly opposite Calle SanRoaue:
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they saw by the gas-light two men
emerge from a dark corner in the latter
street, who the same moment bred on
them. Fortunately the balls struck the
wall, having missed them by a few inch
es. instantly they gave chase np tne
Call San Roque, firing their rorelvers as
they went, but at a dark interval between
two lamps they suddenly lost eight
of the assassins, who must have entered
one of the houses, probably left open
for the Purpose. Police Were aUicklV
on the scene and blockaded the houses
uu aayugni, wnen a strict, searcn was
made, which resulted in the arrest of
four men and one woman, but whether
guilty or not is out of my power to say.
' Many distinguished generals have
nauy reiusea to swear auegianoe so me
new Bang. The Duke of Montpensier Jll
IS one Of them, -lhey have been or-
dered to report themselves at the castle
of Mola,inthe Balearic Isles. Great Hn
agitation prevails on the subiect, and
it is generally thought the government
is pursuing a suicidal course."
The Canadian Canal Improvement Project.
Information has been received from
Ottawa that the commission appointed
some time 6inoe to inquire into the
whole canal system of the Dominion,
and suggest the best plan lor improv
ing it. have agreed on a report which
has just been submitted to the Govern
ment. The report recommends the
following improvements: The con
struction of a canal at Sault St Marie;
the construction of a canal at the el-
land improvement of the lower Ottawa
canals ; the improvement of the lower
Champly canals; deepening the river
Lawrence between Quebec and ter.
Montreal ; the construction of the Bay the
verte canal improvement of the St. two
Lawrence canals ; the improvement of
upper St Lawrence river. The ing
total cost of these improvements is es-1
timated at nearly $20,000,000. The
Ccrmmissioners urge on the Govern- the
ment. the necessity of the immediate one
construction of the enlargement of the the
Welland canal, and following it np by
the improvement of the St. Lawrence
canal, the construction of The Bay Verte
and the other works recommended be-
ing taken up according as the public
finances warrant it
The report also refers to the great
advantages which the American people
in the West derive from the nse of the
canals, especially the Welland, and ask I
whether Canada should not demand
from the United States the repeal of
iv. j "v. ; i ore
Vanaaian vessel Cannot gO irom Uhl- floor
cago to Oswego, as some return for the
still greater benefits' the Americans
must receive from the improvements in
m,, . . this
contemplation. The report contains a
number of statistics to show that the entire
Erie cinal is inadequate to the require-
ments of the West, and that the St 4jk1
Lawrence route affords the short- meet
. , , . . . m
est and - cheapest - communication
to Europe and the ports of the upper
lakes. Even now it is shown that a I
btiRhfel of wheat nan Ym MmiJ fmm often
ft;. xri i
Xr7!r xr t .""rMl
luhu uuui mLagu t it in via mogt
Buffalo and the Erie canal. . Freights
from Montreal to Liverpool are as low Chip.
as from New York to Liverpool, and
a a . .caB2ce8
tended that if the St Lawrence route I firm
improved in the way contemplated, most
the bulk of the Western grains and
other products will eventually find its
way by this route in preference to the
Senor Casanova's Adventures in Havana.
Q. r tt.
uguvi vMouuia a ciueiicuuca ill us I
" . . j i
VSna for a few dayi preVlOUS to HIS de- ,tw.
partnre for New York were extremely
exciting and interesting. An official
permit to land from the steamer Mere-
don was given him when he reached
Havana on the 24th nit, but on land
ing he was immediately seized and
returned to the steamer by the author
ities. He then wished to come back to
New York by the Columbia, and was
forced to go in a small boat in the night
T iv, a;v I time
In the morning a Spanish officer came
on board to arrest him, claiming him as
a rebel, but the captain of the steamer
would not permit his arrest while nn-
der the protection of the American 24
A Tr, fimn T-sr;D,A lr, I
a. uutM w uiuu vit iiwuo w uaau uvui Ia.I.
for the steamer to sail a small Snaaish 1 1
. . . . i
boat from shore arrived at her side, in
which was his daughter, who came to
bid him farewell. Not suspecting the
plot of the guard to kidnap rum, (Cas
anova stepped into the boat Imme
diately afterward an order was given to
shove off, and a rush was made to seize
him, but without success, as he jumped
back upon- the Columbia, and thus es
caped. - -Friends of Casanova visited
the United States Consul previous to .
his sailing lor xvew lorfc, remonstrating
against the outrages practised npon an
American citizen, who had not only
imprisoned, but robbed of over a can
dollars in American funds, Pv
and the Consul has brought the case Pr
the authoritdes at Washington cline
. . . . not,
It is said that the Washington carni- ary
val was a stupendous failure, and one the
lady-reporter wants to ' know why gone
Americans are not content to be Amen- to
cans instead of trying to be Italians, any
Frenclrmen, and apes generally. would
Mrs. Maria Clemm.
Among the deaths published in the
Baltimore Sun of the 17th nit., was
that of fMrs. Maria Clemm, the aunt,
mother-in-law, and never failing-friend
of Edgar A. Poo. Mrs. Clemm was
born in Baltimore on the 17th of March,
1790. Her family was one ot the old
est and most distinguished in Mary
land. Her father, David Poe, was
Quartermaster General of the old Mary
land line during the revolution, and
the intimate friend of AVashington, La
fayette, and the leading men of the
time. In 1836, while editing the
Southern Literary Messenger, Edgar
A. Poe married his cousin, Virginia
Clemm, a lovely and beautiful girl,
whose memory he embalmed in " The
Raven " She was the ' Lost Lenore "
of that extraordinary poem. From the
time of Foe's marriage with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Clemm adopted him as her
son, and never had a son a more devot
ed mother. To have won and kept the
love of such a woman through, all the
vicissitudes of such a career as Edgar
Poe's shows more forcibly than words
oan tell that the innate goodnesa of the
poet was not lost even in the midst of
wasted genius, unparalleled misfor
tunes, and utter misery. When he was
ill, and his wife dying, it was a touch
ing sight to see this "tireless minister
to genius," poorly clad, going from
office to office in New York with a
poem, a story, or a critique of Poe's to
sell. To her Poe wrote the sonnet,
"To My Mother," in which he testifies
to her care and devotion by saying
that she had been " more than a moth
er " to him. After the poet's death on
the 7th of October, 1849, Mrs. Clemm
resided with different friends in New
York and Virginia, -until five or six
years since, and she was received into
the Church Home in Baltim re, a char
itable institution, under the manage
ment of the Episcopal Church, and
there she died on the 16th inst, in the
eighty-first year of her aga Poe died
in the same building which was then
the Maryland Hospital . At her own
request she was buried by the side of
her "darling Eddie," in Westminster j
Churchyard, corner of Fayette and
Green streeto, Baltimore. Besides the
four paU bearers, there were about a
dozen ladies and two gentlemen pre
sent, admirers of Poe and friends of
Mrs. Clemm. Among the ladies was
Miss Rosalie Poe, the sister of the
The following incident is claimed by
tbe writer (a London Times correspon
dent) to be characteristic of French
character : "A good many years ago I
heard an estimable member of the liar
rick Club, whom I hope may be a mem
ber of it still, though if alive he can be
chicken, tell a story from Lis own
personal experinenoe illustrative of the
inveterate propensity of the French to
brne and boast, even of things whioh
should be a cause of grief, if not of
shame. He was present in the Champs
FJysees at a grand review of the Pruss-
ion enrl FWlTeh vhn neminiixi Porto in
1815. From a feeling of delicacy he was
afraid to say a word upon n event
which he fancied must be a source of
deen humiliation to France. But
Erenchman came up to him and said.
jauntily, "Tenez, Monsieur ! Quel beau
spectacle ! fjorame c est magninque.
n'y a' qu' a' Paris qu'on voit des
nhrw narpillps ! ' fLnok here. Sir
What a magniflcant spectacle t It's only
Paris that you such see sights. 0 The
French character has not clrWed dur.
the fifty-five years that have lapsed
since Waterloo "
A New Invention.
A new fire escape was tested on Sat
urday, at the Continental Hotel, Phila
delphia, when a man lowered himself
from the sixth story window on the
Ninth street front to the pavement,
regulating the speed of his own de
scent, and stopping two or three times
front ' of windows on the different
stories. The apparatus used is known
the Kenvon t ire Escape, and con
gists of a small, closely twisted rope of
Italian hemp, which passes through
spiral grooves in a cylindrical metal
machine about ten inches long, and an
inch and a half r two inches in diame
St. The grooves in the machine cause
rope to pass around the cylinder
or three time, thus causing friction
sufficient to enable the person desoend
the to regulate the speed of his down-
ward passage, or to come to a dead
whenever desired. Attached to
metal cylinder are two leather belts
of which is to be buckled around
waist, and the other around the
thighs, so aa to hold the person in a
sitting position, and leaving the arms
entirely free." After one person has de-
scended the rope may be drawn np, the
reversed, and another person may
come down, and so on as long as prac
A Mammoth Millinery House.
Messrs. Keith Brothers, importers, manu
facturers and jobbers, of millinery, straw
Soods hte 9I. "d furs, occupy the en-
spacious nuiiaing located at an ana vu
Wabash avenue. This store embraces
Sfl he 1S feet: all a1mirhlv nVhterL
The annual saJea of this house now amount
Ttr million dollars; being larger
r T "er house m their line m
country, their trade extending East
f pinnKvlvania, and throughout the
West and South. Having a large
capital, and baying oniv of manufacturers,
altoay for cash, they are enabled to
th,tow! fw,f,rlt P0" nnoe8
45v orr department of their boainaea.
They import direct their entire lines of
Ribbons, Bilks, Velvets, Fine Flowers, and
Patterns, from the leading manufacturers.
advancing as high as three hundred
inouaana aoiiars on these stocka. iney nave
recently imported a large line -of the
desirable etvlee of ladies' hats, and
bonnets. coneistinR of fine Leghorn. Milan.
Hair and Cactus, and all etvlee of Swiss
Braids, from the leading English manufao
Mr. O. B. Keith, tbe senior member of the
ermrul. a nart t each vase wi.ifinotha
celebrated manufactories of Europe.
selecting these goods. He has recently re
turned with a large and elegant assortment
spring gooas, wnicn ia roily equal, in
reepect, to anv stock in this country.
ine high reputation this houee enjoys for
and fair dealing, and their well-
position in tba front ranks of Chicago
merchants, are pledges of the superior ad-
. .(, 1 , f . . . , .
vanwgee uicv are aoie to ouor to toe iraos oi
WW which an naminatinn nf thair .v.
tensive stock and their prices will confirm.
Purchasers who consult their beat interests
should not fail to visit this bouse when thev
A LomsvniE lass got very tired of
lover calling on her so constantly.
Desiring to get rid ef him, she con
cocted a plan by which the much-desired
result could be obtained. Every
1 1 J V : i i ,
lie cniiio mho kuum mm to neip
stairs, and after that
r ; F"T: "5j j , , :
ZZtZ?T k? v
she removed, all the furnitnre in
illXDvJ OC.CU WiJlCa, OUU 110 UlUli b
...-... l a, d.Tk.- i-i a,. I
l1"1"" ' "u" ue "gniinj
inmair vriAn nn ra 1 1 Ail ana 1 1 .on.
of water on him from the winrlnwr
says he can't place any confidence
women, and he has presented a biil
- w ." . , -ii. i , ...
aji oiucuu Bttttement snows that in
5,661 diamonds were shipped
the Cape of Good Hope, valued
625,000 and that the total value nf
nes 8iuPPed since the discovery of
A r tt exceed
Ji.000,000. Mr. Harry Emanuel, the
Idon jeweller, says that the A men
been demand u Lfar ,n excess of the sup
thousand tilat tno CaP diamonds are very
that 4116 v"lne nt de
before perceptibly. He may be right or
out this odd thing is the imagin-
value placed upon the discovery of
stones. Here is a whole colony
wild about mines which promise
yield in time about the same sum that
new cultivation, such as tobacco,
Uii lr-- .Tu A 111 1W H ALLS L.U. J J- il W -f- )
TT.wr m, Hali & Co., Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods, now occupy the corner of the above
splendid new block, their stores haring a front
age of 130 feet on Wabash Avanna. Thin firm
ia a combination of members of the two firms
of F. N. Hamlin 4 Co., long known aa a lead
ing retail boose, and of Hunt, Barbour A Hale,
for five Tears a prominent wholesale firm. The?
nee the first floor and basement for the retail
btanch,and upper stories for the wholesal eflrm.
The magnificence of their building, and the
requirements of their business, may be under
stood when we state that their principal floor
is lighted in the day by 28 windows, each 15
feat high, and in the evening by 28 chandeliers,
each having 34 burners, making more than 650
gas lights for this floor alone.
Johs V. Fabweu, A Co., Wholesale Dealers
in Dry Goods, Woolens, Notions, Fancy Gcoda,
Hosiery and Gloves, nave retnored into their
new store, 106, 108, 110 and 113 Watoeah arenoe,
and have made the amplest preparations for
the Bp ring trade. Their store built and
owned by themselves contains seven floora,7J
by 165 feet, with extensions under sidewalk and
alley, fairing S66 square rods over two and a
quarter acres of floor room being the) largest
and most perfectly arranged store devoted ex
clusively to the wholesale drr goods trade in
tbe KorthwesW The south 113 feet oi this
block is one story higher, and 85 feet deeper,
than the north 130 feet.though the perspectrre
does not show it. They hare four patent ele
vators working to their full capacity, in receiv
ing and shipping; goods one more, and run
ning a Atrd fatter than those of any other
store in the city. They are the oldest and
most sueceeafol wholesale dry goods house in
the Northwest, and sustain the same relation
to the wholesale dry goods trad) of Chicago
that H. B. Claflin & Co. do to that of New York.
Hotchxihs, Eddy ds Co., successors to Whit
temore, Carter 4 Brown, wholesale dealers
in Haw, Caps, Fun anal Straw Goods, occupy
the second and third floors of the south 40
feet 167 feet deep with a large and eare
fully selected stock of the best goods in their
line, at the lowest ra-ioea to be found in Chi
cago, air. Hotchiose naa had fifteen rears
experience in the bttauiesa in New York, and
llr. Eddy was seven years with John V.
Farwell fc Co.. and had a confidential position
m that great house. They are both live men,
nnderBtand their bqsinesa, and offer special
inducements to the trade of the Northwest.
They make a apeoiairy - of umbrellas and
'Tanchon," writing of hearths the
real hearth with its crackling hickory
and rnddv flames sava: "Already in
superb dwelling . houses, newly built
upon the avenues near Central Park, in
the drawing-rooms sufficiently heated
by furnace, the fire-places are extinct.
Even the monumental marble is re
moved that could serve but to entomb,
with its gold sculptures, the departed
fiame ; and in its place are mirrors and
drapery, softly polished and delioately
inlaid woods, costly ornaments and
fresh flowers. The old-fashioned
chimney-piece is as completely meta
morphosed falas ! for our old loves) as
the dead who are risen again."
Further on, in her charming (article,
she says : " The fireside and the clock
are boon companions. Of all inani
mate objects if we can be so ungrate
fully matter-of-fact as to call them in
animatethey are the most friendly to
Even the rusty, crusty old bachelor
such a venerable relic of genuine im-.
molation exists in this day of devotion
to the single man must feel himself
consoled and caressed when fixing him
self snugly in his arm-chair for a win
ter evening ; with his pipe in his mouth
and his slippered feet upon the fender.
he feels stealing softly up to him. the
genial warmth, and hears in the depths
of his unpolled ears tho soothing tick
of tbe companionable clock.
What castles are built in the coals ;
what love stories light np the embers ;
what parsons and people go ont in the
sparks! And what loneliness chills us,
what a pane of "missing" thrills the
heart when entering the deserted room,
we find the clock tilent, and the ashes
dead on the hearth
A Bxi.rno incident shewing the
power of an earnest love to overcome
the most formidable difficulties, is re
ported in the Colorado papers. A Chi
cago youth fell in love with a Colorado
maid, whose father was so opposed to
proceedings that he drove the young
man from his house with wrath and a
revolver. Upon this the earnest youth
had the stern parent . arrested for
threatning his life; and when the old
gentleman was safely locked up, by the
judicious nse of a ten-dollar bill, he in
duced the same Justice of Peace who
had imprisoned the father to marry
him to the daughter. - This done the
old man was brought up for trial, when
concluded to swap forgiveness with
enterprising son-in-law, who there
upon magnanimously withdrew his
a What abb tour Stmptoiis t-Mrs.
Selina Horton, raiding at Fort Lee, was, Ave
months ago,'a oonfinned hypochondriac One
she was bewailing her, miserable condition
a lady friend in Brooklyn. " What are your
symptoms ?" said the lad v. " Oh, I am sick
over, " was the replv ; " u never free from
headache and pains m the back ; verv weak.
so low-spirited that the leant thing makes
cry. " Just mv own case a year ao, when
commenced mcng Ixaktattoh Wttkrs, " said
Mrs. L " Weil? inquired her mend.
Well : they cured me of every distressing
symptom in two weeks, and you'd betterfollow
example. " The lady did so, and with the
same happy result.
fisr Sea Moes Fabxsb from pure
Irish Hose, for Blano Manee. Poddincs. Cus
tards, Creams, 4c, 4& Tbecheapeet, healthi
and most delicious food in the world.
srST Skb advektkemet of Dr. Butts'
DisDensarv. headed Book for the Million Mas-
ao k Guide in another column. It should
read by all.
Thb Bavarian wounded are said to
very sensitive to pain, frequently
uttering frightful cries where a single
word from an officer would keep the
matgled Prussians as silent as death.
Bfir NOBTHWEOTEBN HoBSE NaIL Co,
manufactnrera of Patent Hammered Horse
Nails. Oflloe, 68 West Van Boren street. Fac
8 to 78 West Van Buren street, corner
Clinton street, uueage
'Sib," said a guest to his host at
dinner, "this is a capital sirloin;
please tell me the name of your pur
veyor!" "Addison," was the reply.
Any relation to the Spectator I "
added the gentleman. " Probably."
the other; "I have often seen
steel by his side."
Gov. Clayton has been elected U. S.
Senator from Arkansas.
Chapped hands, tnce, rough, skin
pimples, ringworm, salt-rheum, : and
other cutaneous affections, cured, and
8kinmade soft and smooth, by using
j tjkipeh i ab soap, made by Cas
well, Hazard Co., New York. It is
more convenient and easily applied than
other remedies, avoiding the trouble of
greasy compounds now in nse,
The reason why the horse rubs off
blanket at nights, is, because the
hurts him. Have it padded and
looser, and fasten . the blanket partly
breast, and perhaps by a
tvsT" Ladies Ton will receive val
Information by addressing Dr. Louis
Magenoie, o eeey street, flew lork city.
J8S- James H. Fosteb k Co., 151 Lake
Chicago, importers of breech-loading
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0 EX! "INE NORWAY OATS,Owisttb conrrt
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APPLE PARER. XORER A SLICER
DOES IT ALL AT ONCE. WARRANTED
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the" L'nloa" Apple Parer.which "pares all the ttw
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NO HUMBUG !
BY fEjnI 34 CENTS, with sge. height,
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with name and date of marriage. Addresa W. fUA,
u. vrawar no. is, mtoavuie,flsw lara.
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gjjl per at.
to 1 will dos.; per P.;
Oil RARE A RACY BK ADIG, Wit, bamor.fao.
its wis eeatlrsa.
lack KKAUl.ili, wtt,namor,Tun,
"pmrnt Mfe Unveiled." bv Edith
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rilHB fSrX'RETrM OF VOCTU CTBILi"
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Tbe beat and cbeapeat famliv towinc Maobine in
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JOHNSON. CLARK aOO.,
Baat4n. Maea- PiUavbnrrn. Pav. CMcaco. lit.
St. Louis, Mo. . - -
FOR TTTE I.ARf.EST ASSORTMENT aad
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u. h. ftwuwuHia a Bun,
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A WDA orJALKRATUa, for the protlticlten of
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Biacttits, Griddle Cakes r.'a3(s Cora Bread aod
Xa.-trv of ererv desrription. Every box warrantnl.
We Toare rerlibrates of srane of the best boose
keepers in the countrv who reLOmmend it aa being
kxr suparior la any they bava ever asert. Try It,
aod yoa will use bo other, for sale by all grocer.
Manufactured by HQLUSTER A CO., Toledo, 0.
Guwn CiE. Ag,,S9R VTater 81., Chicago.
Ia Sontbweat Missoari.
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Rave for sale LiOMOf aerea. e bestqasiiay. sa loag
Thass leads an yast brought into market, basing
been reserved ainos lefio till tbe eompletioa of this
Road. None ot theeelanda have gone into speculators
hands -Act a-ttieia are coming la, and to them saty
are aalee made. Tbe beet climare, with abort, mild
wtatoraaad ieog samaaen, rebeved by geologioel eieva.
Uon, from greet heat, and healthfulnese aaperior Mall
eoaaumptive teodenoles, invite ssttlem to tius rssioa
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Corner Siith aad Walnut Sta.. ba. Louis, Ma.
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aad rata. bn an a trae MsdMas, made from tbe 5atres
Booss aad Betas oi Caunrata, free Area ail Alea
aalie Rrhstalaaca. TheraretbeOKEJlTBLOOD
PUK1PUIK aad a A.IFB GIVING PRINCI
PLE a perfect Seasvafsr and Iavlsesatar si the
System, carrying oS all poiaonoas matter, aad tssUain.
ths blood ta a heal h eoodltioo. No i
thus. BlttsCTSceordinc o directions aad remain laaf
aaweU, frosfded tfeebr bones sre not destroyed by aua
a.al poiasai as ether mssns, aad tba vital eraaas
wasted beyoiui the paint of napair.
They are a Ueatle Pmrsaxive aa srell aa a
Tonic pnesMsine' alaa, the psoaliar msrBof acting aa
a powerful as est la ssbavina Coesasuoe or Iassauae
tioa of tba Liver, sad all the Visceral Organs.
FOR FE.VUXB CO.TIFLAINT, whether la
yoaaa ar est, aurrisd or single, at tbs dawa of woman
hood, or at the an of hfe, these Toale Bitters have
For InSajnmaUary aad Chronic Kbeamaflsas
aad Gaat, Dyapeaaia ar Iadiat stlaa, BUI awe.
Bwmlrteat aad IateraittteM Fever. Pis, sets
mi tba Blaad. Uver, KJdaeye aad Bladder,
tbes Bitters bavo been bmmS snnnsasfot rJmek
Diseases sre oassed by Vitiated Blood, which la
i illy asodaai t by damaasmaat af the Pijeatrva
DYHPEPMA OR INDIGESTION. Headache,
Psia ia ft- Bhonl isra. Caasbs, Tlgntaass at the Onset
PiTdassa. Bear B-wotsrlnas sf the Btomaoh. Bad aaate
ta theMoota, BJloas Attacks, Palpitation of aba
Heart, niffsmmirtna af the Lamrs. Tala in the rations
af she Kid neys, aad a hundred ether pabafal ermav
They btvicorsts tbs Stonuob, aad stimulate as bar.
Did nvar aad bowols. which render them af aasqaalisd
smeaay m olsandtia tbs bleed of i
bapartaaf aaw life aad vigor ta tba whole i
FOR HTXN lVIra.tS ES, Errrptioos. Tetter, Salt
Bheom, Pntehev -t. Pimples, Poetoies, BollvCer
boaoles, ' urr., 8oaM Heed, Son EysaErrsip
alaa, Iuili. S&arM. Staaoiorstloae af the Skis, Homors
sod TMssteeeof tbe 8-tn, ef whatevsr name or aetata.
ap aad carried oat of toe system ta a
oe. of these Bitters. Oae bottle la
wui ooaoiaoo the moot line sdllksis of tbetf
onratrre sfleot. ....
the Vlrtated Blood whenever von Sad Its tav
throswh the Skis in Pimnlss. Brae-
Moos or Sores, claanss tt wnsn yoa flod tt obetrnoted
and aloggiah in V veins: elsaee H wbe. It la foo
and year TeeMnga will tell yoa wbea. Keep tbe Mead
pore, aad the health W tbe astern will follow.
PIN, TAPE aad other WOR-Vf aj, larkmg m tbe
oynsm of so man thooeanda, ara eaectoaily destroyed
aad removed. Fur roll directions read earefniiy tba
sireoler arooad aaebbottle, printed in foor UAgaagsa
ITingllah, Gotsiaa, (Treaeh aad Spaalab.
J. WALKER, Prrrrtetor. K. H. Jf CDOKALD A OO..
Bnoaists and Iea. Agents. Baa Praaeiseo, CaL. aad
CI aad at Cammaree Ssrsea, Sea York.
CbV SOLS BT ALL DBTJOOISTS AlTD T BALERS.
rt time by the v
It eaa be aude by aaea wbe koew bow to do basines
oe the mi mt. uid r.n kean . udtm. No MBBnulcl
ttoas reoetved fruaa Ladies will be answered, ror
E. D. MILTON,
m BROADWAY. HEW YORK..
A Book for the Million. .
m . ; axrxiorthOaa)oat
GTJIDId. : ilSioaTm:
terleesed revelstions of ths sernal system with the
latest diseoveries ia prodoclng and preventlag og-
ipnng, preeervmg taeeeeiciexkTn, so. , ,
Thls.esniateivstlngworkor two hundred sad In mi
pagea, wtth numerous engrsTuige,and oontalns
vainabU informatloa for those Nrho areroarrted or eea
template marrvute; atillit is a book thst ought to be
under iaok aad key, aadaot laid oareiemly about tba
Sent ta any one (free of postege) for Ptfy Cents.
AddreM Dr. Buus' IMsaeaaaiy. Ka. it AT- Rightb St.
Loui,, Mo. .
t-SBtrf ta the A milted and rafWrtaaaja.
ri-jfore sppiying to the U'ltonoas QriCKS who adTse
Hee tn public papers, or Being aay Qcaca RimMB,
perussTir. Butt," work, Bomter what yoor diaeaes la
bow dplornbie your eoudltkia.
Dr. Butts raa be consulted, peruatry or bymaiUoa
thedie.Tesmenrieaed i hisworks. Ofnoe, No. 13 SJ
Kighthbt. bet. aUrkct aad Cheetni. St. Louis Ma.
Bay da and Til Eo Ton Good.
- ROOT & PLANT
By cleansing the Blood and arousmg the
Liver and swretlTe onrsns to a healthy ao-
tion, theae Pills cure many complain ta which
It would not be supposed they could reech.
pur-h ea RriDAt'U Pnr nt ths StPg,
NtnsBjfase or thb H twos awd Paxr. Drnx
itBsa. CTtnjj3ntfs, RmtcaiA-TiaM, yrrBAi.
ota, Xoea or ArrrrrrB, Btuoca Dvaaa.
TEST, KlD-tr AVTIC-nOSS, L'O!liT?aT10W.
DBBrLrrr, FKvxaa or Ar t, sn.De, Dtstk
sia, jACltDtcmand other kindred oomplatnta
anslne from a low stste ef tne bedyarob
atroctiona of ita funotiona. Being free from
mercury or other poteous. they caa be takes
tt ell tlmee and under ail clreiilll II mils wiUfc-
oot reward to dit or rosinea.
Price IS Cents a Boa. Prepared bp the
Grafton Medicine Co.. BT. tons. ao.
fi nH try -tr- la bm
St. Louis Saw Works..
ElanufactTixers of SPAULEITJQ'3
Patent Inserted Teeth Saws.
' FOB SALE AT THEIR VfARKHOCBES.
. ST. LOCK.
617 SU Charles St.
Y '1NOWR lCATBD in St. Loois thaa any Chroa.
1 1 ie PhysiciAn, ao sucoesafoiry treats almple and
Cos ipiloated V enereai Dleeasesaa h bring palien ta
from .. .-i State. H ta hoeplTsl orportunitiee, tll.'
ttme expe.-t.ace wil u purest drags prepared ia tba
ebllshaant. curee caaee giveu np by others, ao
apUB-T woo 1 Uled : tell your private trouble, Co,
saltation fir a. Send two stsmps for medical asssTS.
Mi V.OD. WoaUKBOOD, sent by mall, 1 eenta
each . bow for M da. , 100 pages. AU thst ths carious,
doubtful or Inquisitive wish to know about them.
selves, mart-bwte, ao.' Kvery young maa aad womaa
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tated or partially impotent are aoientldoally advised
UyjvUoa. eJem (rod), Kamelan BlaekJ. Martbav
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artn bv maiL iost-pwUd . witb trntlra safetr One
i rm0 of aaob sent for i00; two of each for 9H.si
ZlL3 vvV- ijj
TO THS WORKING OX ASS. We are itoe iieepetes!
faralab all classae witb constant employment at
borne, tbe wbole of tbe ttme er for tbe spare momewtdtv
Boaiiiees new. Light and prajfltahte. Persons of eiiaOer
wamRii xn froan fiJe to 9A pur ewnlnc ad pre
Krtjondu sum by devotinff tntr wbole tims to too
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all who seo this notice maj send their address, and
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TAa PopU $ LitirarB Cbmptmiimotkm ot the isrsaaC
best family newspapers pnolisned ell sent free or
Reader, if ran want i4miuieat profitable work,
aaldrrvss t5. C. ALLEft A CO.. A wsta. Maine.
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yoa want a aituatlou as salesman at or near home,
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une I.O. t nee ov
of Mch for ga
wtii for SL; i of sach for FlOO; of each
3.Uti. We gusreaaee asaislacxieo we we
tuM .11 to. leMilne . ,m mt low raise ta
rinerard siaotere. Seud for etroubts.
L IL B A6CUC K. a Co. Lock port, a. Y.
WIU s a.11 tin I BOYSsBdOIRLS,
engage in ear new business make Irom 9.1 t.
atlOprrdnv m thetrowo toualttlee. ran paroeuiars
instructions sent free by maU. Those ia need of
oermaneut. nrotitabte work, eheuld addresa at oaee.
CKUKl.K STIKSOJi A COPortiaod. Maine.
Ll'TlMJ, Trapping and F-jhrag. All about n.
StstT Frkb. AddreaarlPnrEa," Hinsdale, N. H.
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