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Arrimu Exploration.
The explorations of .Stanley in thc
heart of Airiest are of tho utmost geo
?T.tphical ?nlcrcstniidimporUu.ee. Ile
is M plucky, elcnrdicadcd mau, wlio push
es Iiis way through tliflicultics like a
steam engine through a snow drift; mid,
eoiisidcring tho delays mid .slowness ol
Ibrnier expeditions^ tho rapidity ot hin
movements and tho promptness j>r his
eonimuuiciitions aro quite remarkable.
He has tv>> much business on hand to bc
sick, am! i* too active ami energetic ami
v nd la ut tobe entrapped by ti ic troa?h?r
oiis natives or captured by thc malaria.
lt is quite evident that tho natives .-laud
in awe of tin* man, who seems ti) lie .-.
sort ol' locomotive in Inuits, though they
shunt his uieii when out of his sight wit li
mit hesitation or remorse, ami Iiis two
letters eaine stained with the life-blomlol'
one ol' tlie Khedive's ollicers. Stanley
has now dem?nstrale?! hy actual oliserv
iitiou and surveys that Livingstone,
whose health and mind failed in the last
years' id' In- long African sojourn, was
mistaken in supposing th?' Victoria Ny
anza was a chain ol live lakes connected
willi each oilier. He linds that Sjieko,
whose explorations wen- made in 1^02,
was right iu his opinion thal the Victoria
Nvanza is one body ul' water: hut wind
Speke t?)"k tiir two islands Stanley linds
are peninsulas in this great inland sea.
filis is uniloublcdlv the lipper reservoir
ol' the Nile, and should lu tu re ifxplor
atiotts coiilirin the importance ul' the
Uiver Shiinecyoti we shall have the key
to t!ie wlmle Sile system, and the mys
tery <>l" Africa will he henceforth an ??j?ell
secret, lt isa matter ol' national pride
thal these final explorations are made liv
an American, who, though he follows
the trail of distinguished explorers,
seems to have a Capacity of gathering up
the results ni' their discursive discoveries
and observations, and combining and
correcting them, and supplementing them
with original explorations ol' his own,
which are quite as important as any that
have been made.
These African explorations are of vasi
ly inore consequence and practical utility
than anything Hint has Ixion or is likely
In bc discovered in thc Arctic regions,
where so much treasure luis been spent
and so many lives have been thrown
away. Africa is not only a puzzle to
geographers : it is now a problem for
ci vi ligation to .-olve, and throws down its
challenge to tbs statesmanship and hu
manity of the globe. lt Iles in Ibo high
way of commerce, inviting the inter
course of all nations. I ts fertile soils ami
salubrious climates and valuable produc
tions give it a vast importance, which is
increased hy its accessibility on all sides.
The cradle of civilization and thc scat ol'
commerce for centuries, it is now sparse
ly peopled and lo all practical intents is
a virgin continent inviting immigration
ami furnishing almost unlimited scope to
the enterprise of civilized man. What
shall he done, with it and for it are ques
tions which will as'-: themselves with
increasing frequency and force in coming
years. .Mr. Dallon has suggested that au
attempt be made to colonize il willi
Chinese. The plan has plausibility. lt
has been found Hutt thc Chinese who
..ave settled in the Oceanic Islands have
developed quite remarkable faculties of
thrift sijjd enterprise and govcrmncntf
[t?j?l?fmve improved consider,-,!., on the
V.'VV? J;';r. ?u\S iCVtiV ?:?r.>.?3 over
crowded with population ami all her
great cities su Hering from an excess of
poor and perishing classes, it certainly
seems thal the key of A frican civilization
need not. he sought in eastern Asia among
the Mongolian races, ll only wants the
ability to organize colonization on a
grand scale, and carry it- out with thc
appliances of modern science and art ami
the modern spirit of humanity to make
Africa a power in the civilized world and
a means of renovating Ku rope.- Daily
( ?rtiphiv. *
Tho .lews.
Some curious, and in sonic respel ls,
surprising, particulars have lately been
collected and published in a Kreuch pa
per, respecting the Jews. Although thc
Israelites hold such tm important place
in trade, commerce and finance, .'ind ?rc
to be incl with in every quarter of the
world, it appears that they are ?:: be
found in least numbera in some of the
most commercial countries, and in most
numbers in some nf thc least prosperous
and enterprising slates. -Moreover, widely
as they arc scattered, and numerous as
they appear to he, it seems from the
statistics in question that the census of
tlie whole race falls short, of live millions
ol' souls. In France, where there exists
little or none of the stupid and barba
rous prejudice against thc Jews which
prevails in some countries, and where
one would think lhere was a wide field
for the peculiar talents nf the race, Liiere
are only '10,000 dews, lu America, ap
parently u si ill more favorable country,
there are only one hundred and twenty
thousand Israelites. On the other hand,
in wretched, unprospcrous and down
trodden Poland thc .lews are to he lound
in greatest number, one out of every
seven of the inhabitants being a Hebrew.
One can understand thai, lhere should he
a few .Fews in Spain, bul ii is surprising
they should he almost as rare in llclgium.
lu Sweden there an; comparatively few
Jews, but they abound in Hamburg,
A ustria, and Itoumnniaiii thc proportion
of one to every twenty-four inhabitants.
In Hamburg ami Austria there is abun
dant employment for their talents, hut
in Kotiinunia lhere cannot be any ^rcat
scope for their commercial ?ind financial
instincts, ireland always boasts of being
the only country in the "world in which
tho Jews were never persecuted-and,
indeed, whether at home or abroad, Um
irish, always manifest a certain respect
for thc Israeli tes-but Ireland has hardly
hatl thc opportunity of persecuting the
race, for even at Ute present day lhere
are not three hundred .lews in the whole
country, Norway stands lowest on the
list, after Ireland, there only being
twenty-five .lews in that country. An
interesting addition- lo these, statistics
(?fit were jiossible to secure it) would
he thc amount of weal Ul in the hands of
the less than live millions of .lews that
abide upon, if they do not -inherit the
earth. Considering the enormous wealth
possessed by only'ti few well-known indi
viduals o? the race, such a return would
doubtless ?how a high average per head.
Lomlon Globe. ?
TmtF.i: Cranges and a Council of Sov
ereigns of industry in Massachusetts have
united in a co-operative store at Hol
voko.
I HUI N irrt 's COCOA INK, for promoting
thc growth <?f, mut beautifying tin1 Mair,-mut
rendering it dark ?nut glossy. Thu COCOAINB
holds, in ? I ?< i it til form, a largo proportion of
?icodnrir.ed COCOANUT On,, prepared, ex
pressly for this purpose. No other compound
possesses thu peculiar properties which so
exactly snit the various conditions of thc
human hair.
STONKWAIX JACKSON.-Wc limier
sltiinl that the well known publishing; house
of l>. Al'I'IiKTON&C.O., New York, have near
ly ready for publication the "LIFE OF
STONEWALL JACKSON* fully illustrated
by views and portraits, including the oral ?ons
and scenes ai (ending the unveiling of Kelcy's
statue of Stonewall Jackson at Iticbuiond.
We advise all, especially disabled soldiers ami
women out of work, lo write to thc publish*
ors at once and secure au agency, as lite work
is tu be sold hv subscription, lt will have a
large sale.
Wini) Nothing iteit<T.
As to the t'iiAI:TI:I: OAK COOKIN?; STOVK,
we eau truthfully say thal il N as near per
fection as any stove we eau expect t.. lind ;
we want nothing belter, and do not ever
expect io timi any oilier as irood.
Tl H USA Xl )S .Sl'liAK.-Vegctine is ac
knowledged ?ind rc.iiinendoil by physici
ans and apothecaries lo lie the best purifier
and id?aliser of lite bl.I yet discovered, ami
thousands speak in ii-- praise who have been
restored tn health.
l?r i i KI: and cheese arc almost indis
pensable articles ol' fond. Properly u-a-d
they ate iiutritfoiis and healthy; but an in
ordinale use ol" either causes indigestion and
dyspepsia. I'arsons'Purgative Fills, judici
ously used, w ill remove both of these troubles.
lt A VI? yon tiglie in thc filtre ; and is it
badly swollen? Maye you severe pain in Hie
chest, back, or side? Have you crumps or
pains in ?he stomach or ho weis? llave you
bilious colic ?ir severe grilling pains? Il" so,
usc Johnsons' Anodyne Liniment internally.
MARKET REPORTS.
.11 Hil I'll I.S.
Flour.$ 5 OU (ii) S (HI
Corn. 55 Ott Titi
I Oats. 11 (it) 40
Lard. ISM? l-l
I Lacon-Clear Sides. \?*i4? 1">?.?
l?utter. 25 Qn .15
Chickens. .1 25 Ot) <1 25
Cotice. 22 fu) 2(i
Wheal. I 15 Ot) l 20
Hay-best. Ki 50 f'i) 2I fill
Whiskey- -Common. i 00 (<?) 1 1",
lloberlsoii County..; 1 75 Ou H (HI
Htiurbon. f?t) fi 50
Lincoln County. 1 75 On .1 00
lligbwim-s..'. 1 1.1 On 1 ir,
Cotton-Ordinary. 12?M'f<i)
Com? Ordinary. 12'??Ou
Low < )nl?nary'.. 12??f") l-'t' ?
Seeds -Clover.....*.. 8 5U On '.? 50
(?'crinan Millet. (t? (?5 "
Missouri Millet. 1 7."i Ot) 2 (Ml~
Hungarian. 1 7.1 on 2 ou
I5aekwheal,'r?bti. 1 75 Oj) 1 IH)
I.?I'I.SVII,M:.
Wheal -lied ami Amber liri Oil 135
Com-Sacked. 152 pi) (;."i
Oats. Ml On 12
l?utter-Choice. 30 On .XS
Hay-Timothy. 12(H) On tu (MI
Fhiit-Apples Creen. 2 (Ml @ 3 50
Lemons, per hos. Il <>?> On 13 00
Oranges. S 50 On in (Kl
Pork-Mess. 21 50 f?i) 21 75
Lard. I-IM@ M5?
Lacon-Clear sities. l-l'-if'O 1 l?.?
Cheese Choice. 12 Qt) 12%
Flour. 5 (M) (o) 5 75
Wool. 33 O? -I")
Potatoes-Irish, per bbl... 1 GO Oit 1 75
Cotton-Middling. Ll?if?) 13M
Ordinary. ll Qi)
N A.Sii Vll.l.K.
Flour. (? ~? fg) 7 SQ
Corn Meal. 65 O')
Corn. 10 O') 80
Oats. -15 On i',0
Lacon-Clear Sities. On 15??
Hain?-Sugar Cured. On 15
Lani. M-J.if.tl 15
Lutter. 15 Qt) 18
ItiggM. 12 O?
Wool. 28 (u> 17
KKW OltliKANN.
I-lour.* 1 5(1 Qi) 5 00
Com. 70 (ti) 72
Lacon-Clear Sities. 1-l-fc? 15
Colton . Y.\ya
SI'HIACH'S I'l I.HOXIC SVltl'l' FOI!
'l in: erm: or <-O.\NI'.MI?TION,
?reu?UN AM> 4'OI.I>N.
Tl.? sreul vii tue ni lids medicine is Ilia! il ripens
tin- nialli-r ililli threwsil nut nf thc Hy til elli, pat i fun
Un- Mood, ami I lias elici ts a cine.
SCIIKXCK'S SKA WKKII TONIC, HOR Tint Critic OK
DYSPICI-SIA, iNnioKsriON, ISTC.
Til?! Tunic produces n healthy ncliuii of I lie Mom
ncli; i-n-aiiin; an npptiitc, li inn I nt* eli y le, nial ennui;
1 lu- mos) (distillate cases nf Indigestion.
SCIIKNCK'.S MANOIIAKK I'll.I.s. FOII THU Cl! UK OK
blVKI! COMPLAINT, I?TC.
These Pills are alterativo mid |irtMluce a healthy
ai linn of llio liver without thc least ilatn.-cr, as they
are freo fruta calomel alni vet inure cllicai ions iii
restoring a Itcaltliy action nf thc liver.
Tiloso n.-iiu-ilics nio a certain euro for < "onsti tn i >l ion,
a* tho I'uluinnic Synili ri|?ctis Hie malleraml pm i lies
lliolilowl. Tlio Mandrake 1*111? net upon tin- liver,
create a heall li v hile, amt roiliovo all liisi-.iscs of lite
li ver, often a cause nt Consumption. Thc ?Son Wi-eil
'l'unie (jive* tone timi M rel lift li to the stuinach, makes
a K?KM| digest ion, and Cintillos thc organs In furiu KOIMI
Mimd ; uni] thus entiles a healthy circulation of
li<-alt hy him id. Thc roillliilKsl action nf these tueili
eines, as lints explained, will cure every faso ol
l VjllHllliipl inn, . t Ulken ju time, and the use oj t|ie
lllc-licincs peisevcreil ill.
pr, Schein-Ii is professionally at hin principal oilier,
(Hitter Sixth and Areli si revis, Philadelphia, every
M.lay, where all letters for advice must he iut
ilresseil. Selieuck's medicines foi sale liv ail Iirui;
glals.
IC. .1. MA KT ,v ( ti., Nos. 7.1, 75 nilli 77 Teliotlpil?a
las St., New Orleans, Wholesale Agenta.
SIXVER
^TIPPED
S H O E ?S
To hilve lim money spent need
leasl) ever) year unit hi ?jiv? suh
ilttoitliil rum Turi tn almost every
lacrson. Tn lui ve the nu.vs? veil
dy lill) iic'KII vcr'jripiM-il hoots
ami shoes u mihi hui euell pareo I
every year a new pair of Shoes.
As the several continus of Iii KmKmm^mmmmm
CAB LE SC RE W WI RE[|^^H^^
finn!., m s|. |u UM- |eo|. A fi
protect hm lr >m all tin- .I'-Rm'?'? Q ??W 25%
tiienjs, cM-ept hy lire._p*1*" ***< il HW lilli ll
\(!KNTS, I lieu real esl ilia nc.tlicauc. Aililre.??,
.willi rt a mp, National < 'npyiou Co., Allanta, tia.
?"rci-llts. No Sa Ith.11 li Sc hool 'IVarlu-V shullhl he
*)\Mlliout the *Vci lil.v WillK-MHtill iHlJatltl'y.
CAGEMTS WANTED FOR THE
EINITENNIAL
HISTORY OF THE U.S.
Tin- ?{real InforoM in the tlirilliiiR hlsl?ry nf nur
mniiiiy liltlke.dhLs tia f?Ste^t pelling hunk ever ptlh
lisle il. ll cuntaimt -l ill linc lllnlorlcill ctit'rav
iiiKfl amt paiee?, with II lull account of the np
nroiicliliio ITIIIIII i.'eiitonninl eelelirittion. Semi f?r n
full ih-scriiUmn ami extra terms to A-n-iit*.
N Vi' ION A li I'UMJISIIIKQ CO.. St. Louis, Stu.
Stow ?tooti reit XIII: i.ooo.ooo.
nlll WESTERN BORDER
Uno Hundred Years Ago.
A (iraphii History ol thc llor?le lan.rh ut American
Heritor lah-. Hs IlirllliimciuiHictHol Heil ami Wliit?
foes. Kxcltrng Ailvt-ulnres, Cunt brit lea, Kornya,
Seouls, Pinner women ami Iniys. I lillian war-piillis,
''ump lil", and pporta.-? hook for Ohl nilli ?oiiiil{.
Nut a dull pni:e. No ( om i-t-i i timi. Knornious sales.
AUCUIH u.uiiiil every when-. Cir. ularn free. A lill ress
.l.i". McCcnnv A Ci., Iso W Koiirlli St. Cincfininti, "
THU
HORSE
Rclcntlflcnlly ozpUlnod.
Mow tu JIIIIKO mid euro
for him. Tho rn<in(slte ?
pointa for spixiA and en-?
itiirnnco fully domon-ST
straUifl. A work of KronirjTi
Intorcst t<i horan ownonsV
.iii ri lir. ci li m. Also,?Iv
Inn n .S'iir? CuTrfnr >.'/.(?
tontlr. riiICK?lSCrNTH. _
Addreiw a. 1?. VINCK?>T71\ Uox .Vt.Cnti ugo, 111
New Music Books.
(I10PENUK
Drought mil tn iiutli-lpntiou of Ilia Holiday Henson
How lipiirolli'llillU', this IH'W mill Hliperior lli?'k ul
Hound Mush- IH nttriutllu; much nt t-ntlini. "lld
universally conceded tu bu ??|iinl <>r superior tu ntl)'
ovor issued.
75 Sottes, i!;>2 Largo I'ntcos.
Hoards. r,(?. ?'lolls. g? Oil. l ille-?Jilt,
Tor 1'resoiilM, 81 00.
'ItcilieuitM'r Mint tir.MM or Hs.it.ISM SOSO, lim III
f?rt nuy other of .mr IHMII?H), ? ?ll IMI MMII hy mall,
I-HI-pnlil. 011 receipt .if tin- retail price. Try thin
in- Ill...I .m. i-, mu? yam will Ix.?eoiivlnnil utils perfect
Convenience. Alni !? ir nilli- lo nil |>io|iliii<-lit inutile
ileulera.
For ?'liol rs. ?'lionises. Noclelle*.
Ito.v IHIOH flu II Col lift lon. si 311. Mille- Voleen.
Miiunitli-ciil 1 part mush*, ?j?1 i 1.- popular hi concerts,
t'liornn ?'I10I1-. ?*-t<HI. Choirs, Choruses, eic.
I'CI-I??II'H Viititcsis Kooli,, hi .'.<>. Kin?) A nt hmm
t\|?|K'iulix ii) Moimi.s Kiicycl?|H'(liii of Music
I h- hinter work IST.l puldlsliod in ISM. coiiln?iis
,iliiiu-t i-vi-i i Hom: lloil UM-. I.ri.o\ II ul...III iioi-i.- Ple
xi..us tothill itali-, 'flu- Al'I'KMIIX. CM CIS.) lirllllJH
Mu-ii.il History, lliouniphy 11 ml Thimrj np to tho
I'M -ut timi'. Ver) it-'liil 11ml i 111 . ? I . ? -1 ? 11 r -.
OHvcrlHtsoii.? ('?., (lias. ll. IMtsun & Cu.
i tout 011 711 ll'ilwiiy, Ki*tv York.
1""i nil - lill l-l -I M II 11:11 \ . N..I 'I, i ._-\ ni.i H - lu.ul.I Li
. ?J without the Nen Voi-h Wi-elil.1! Wlliiesm.
Jj/* foi- NuMiiiiL. A .K-Iii? wu ii I ci eri-ry u ll<-|<-.
?pt > A.hil.- .1. iv KNNI:IIV .vin.. 1:1. iou..M.1.1 o.i.
WAST K?I Al 5 KN TS. Sa III ph' 11 ml ?lit til fri-e
lt? llei Ullin <;?l<l. A. i .?! i n n .V l o.. Chicago
1ft cents. Market i;.-|."ii-io) tYeehl.<i Ul.?
Onie woril.H.-. 'I'l l il. .? Spi n. .? St., N . V.
(T* < rt--, t?* O C |ii-r .lay. Semi lor l.liroiuo Catalogue
4) I U - 2)/ J .?? ll- IHIHKOKO'HSSONS, IttfHton, Muan
ni- I ii. .1 popular N. Y. W..Uh WU:
ty ni**.*, lill 1st .hi ti tm ry. ?I Spruce SI., New York
$? > / \ p.-r weeli un la ry. Milli'or romalo: Circular*
? >Uli--. Ail'? Cr)-Ini i o.. Indianapolis, lu.I.
fjjin a tiny at homo. A geni H wmilctl. Otllill A terms
vpl? In c. Address Turn A Co., Augusta, Maine.
flrVV'- S'"> lo- RIO |K I iln.v. Itii?iiic?s hinuiral.1? ami
lucrative. *K?-IIIM wussiest. Address
MARION SI PI'I.Y ?.??., Marion. Ullin.
nj i "Uflinri VOIIIII; Mon lo lenrii Telegraphing, l'or
U Jill 1 Lljjiiiaii.-at po-it i HU cuntan!.I. Address
1'AI'I r io Ti'.i.r... 11 A ru. I ."il Main St., MempliiM, Tenn.
{in f fi ? Moults.-Agents wanted. SH lieut rielliiii;
vDd JU 11 ???-!-.-. in tin- world, i.ampi. In o. Ad
T"u iii.-nu J. IIRONOK, IM mit. .Milli.
tkI \ON*T rilRIIKT IT!" Singer's Siif.-lx
1 7 I ?lui ni in ?orlli nil Un- Itlirular Alarm? ever
invented. Agents wanted everywhere. Silver pla I eil
Kn III ph' prepaid on n-n-ipt of ?'icenls. Addre.-? A. II.
SINHKIt, i:iH Wainui Street, I'hllitdolphln, IV.
Ip^eents WVeklv Witness, no willa Itally WU
rfu PUN io lut .lan. JOHN H.o OM 1., Killliir, N. V.
1>KUMANKNT AND PHOKITAIthK KMPhOV
M KNT .'aII I..- sr. un d liv ..lu- huh in ever)
LOTH in the t'nile.1 Stuteri. Address J. ll KMC Y
SYMONDS, as Devonshire street. Huston, .Ma-.
(krVft1 I'lill WEEK UUAilANTKED to Agents,
V1/1/ Male mu? Futlinlo, in their own locality,
if) I I Tenon ami OUTFIT EUEE. Iddrcsa |>.
1 * " O. VICKKUY A CO., AllKiialn, Maine.
(1 ARON.-St) while or lintel llrixtol, ao ?.IM.;30
' SiinwtlnkeH, Marhle, Hep, or l)iiiiiank,33 cta.j .io
I .Insu, to itu.; with your millie l..-imi t > tn 11 \ print.ul un
Hi.on. ami OD Humple* of I y pc. nuiiiita' priii'-lial, etc.,
r-.-nt hy r.-liirn 111111I un receipt of price. Itlitriiiiiit 1..
I lui.?. Ih-sl ol work. \V. C. HANNON,-M Knii>lnli?l
Street. Hunton. ItefiTH luS. .M. I'KTTKMIII.L A: Cn.
P J NASH ~H1 "roaiiwnv, N. > ., hiniiiilncturcr
I'tf'fl?OU' ?r Snliil tlolil Ik KW Kiilt Y or every
ileaeriptiiin. Tie- Ktork iu In mo, very clulee, ami in
nflereil nt retail nt traile priera lo kii-p mir workmen
Kaine. Itilln uiiih-r tl.'i. I". O. or.l. r iii mlvi mi'. live
tl.'i, ti. li. privilege to examine. Catnh(Kiie frets
Years estahlinhotl. .ION KS COMMKHCIAL
COI.I.KUK, St. I^uis, Mn. I
Write for Circular anil S|,ccliiien ol
?imlneHH Pcniuanaltip.
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llnsinesM lionorahlu ami lint-tlnss. Par
ticulars si'iit free. AllllrOSS^"
wouTii tv co.. : t: h. .U? Mi?
rents nilly-N. V. tV?-eKl.v tVIOu-untill lut
? J.laiiiiary. Kvery I'nniier shnlilil try it.
liml Morphine hal.it nhsollttetely ami
s|H'ei|||y 1'iireil. I'ninless; ie- ptthlieity.
Sen.I Hininp fur particulars. Dr. ('url
tun. W Wnshlimton St.. CMrnKii. Il
A PTJlJfP? 20 Elpgniil Oil Chromos uiniiiitc?!, sixe
illlljIt 1 U ?x;ll f"r SI. Novelties mil dir.s
oj 'en rv ii'??i-i/ifiuH. National Chromo Co . I'liila, l'a.
Vii r\ UTUH A ?eui s for 7 liest .uulline ii'tliliu in I hi
ll ft lil DU world. Kaiuples, hy mall. SH cents.
IMIOK. DUNCAN .v Ct?.. mniiiifaetureH, Kremol?t, O.
rilli IS paper ls printed with Ink mail? hy li. ll.
JL K A N K it CO., 121 Hearliom Slreul, ChlenKo, and
fur sale l y un in larue or small .juantitleri
SH. NKW.SPAPKU UNION, Memphis, Tenn.
A niTDT?lQTTV A tar hill of I77?s. nt free
A UUnlUOll l.V'r ?t.imi? Address .'. III UST
.V CO., 73 Niissnn st., New ) orkl
?(-?y- (o sin |ii<r itny. IIIIHIIMSUI Imnoraliiu ami
liiernllve. tueiils mini. il. Address
mitiov si rri.i < <>.. V.nrion, Ohio.
AAA A DA? made with Till: M'Ii?-iN
VL. SMUINC KAKT1I A HG KR.
%a%Jf%J> Mei,.i f. - Illustrated cataiOKue, V.'.
A. BIIKHWOOD, Ht. lynds, MUmittrl.
$10^$500HSS??
everythim: ami ul vin v. price <>f uto.-ks
nruiT rnrr JollN HICK liINO .Vco., llank
OC.NT rKECi "ra* HrokerH.7a Uronilwiiy.N.Y.
F_ rBH ?gnBNatiou.il Oiai.c.-r. issued
Pw Hi M weekly lit l.olli-ville. Kv.
B-TCL" ggf*" BTT hemhi riera NaCl I i rn nae
H wt Rna EBSU1"" <" ,"1
m ?"?"ina tl-'" lui- year IS7?.
Sn ni pies fi.-.-. I mouths trial .'<?. Ajt'ts \viiiit<-il.
Ail.lies? ns ahuve.
WANTED
tis mon- you II?.11 lo lenin Tlil.
KCIIAI'IIV. Coo.l Mil uni ions muir
nut.I. Ail.In- u. w ith - lamp. sr.
I'KII INTKN UKNT UNION TKIiKCKAI'II COM
l'A NV. OIIKKMN, OHIO.
- u I >NV<!HiHACV. or .Soul ??itarmlnir.*'
1 Mow i-illier-ex mai far-.-inateami ? .in the love
nml nile, ti?01 of nov person Ihey choose, instantly.
Thin arl all ian IHISMI-SS, fret?: hy mail,2.* rents-, lo
settlor with a .11 nrriiiae (?nhl.-. Kavptt.iu (ira.I.-,
Drenins, Hillls to lind les, Ac. I.IMI.IOI s..|.|. A iiuinr
hunk. AddiessT. WilliatllH Ai Co., I'uh'ri.l'hilailel phill.
Ct I MINN VII HOI.I. VIC IVKllHI.Y STAR.
/An intliipeiiiliilil l-'nmily NewspntMrr. s IIIIKI-M.
ls Columns ut Itendiiift u> | I'Klt lr KAR.
?tPKCIMKN COI?V KIIKK. ip? KAeo'nf IHISIIIKO,
Address Tin- ..STAU" CO., t'lncliiiintl. O.
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK.
The 111.1.-i-I M II un/.in? iii Anieriia. " A I'nr.MlfM
CuiioMu," Tur. MOIINIMI CAI.I., will lat given lo every
Sn hsc ri her, whet her Kinnie or ?11 a chili, who pay? In
advaiiee for 1*70 ami remits direct t.. il,? ollfce.
Address, h. A. HOOKY, I'liiladelphia, l'a.
'?'ourN.imo Kle^nittly l'rlitt
eil on 12 TiiANSi-jisrsr VISITISO
CA 11 ns. for 95 Cents. Knell rant con tain*
n irvnr which ls not visible until hcl.t towards the I?RIII.
NothlncUkt theme ?er Iwriircollcrcil In A mr., .3. Mclnitiirc
mtnUto Aganta. Novr-i.TV I'niWTlKO Co., Ashland. Most.
AOCMTS ninlto Stt3O.O0 per moniii.
tr\ WaK?I? I O Semi forelreislnrainul tersos.
TI, HISTORY : AMERICA.
Just the hook Hie people wont. DON'T
51 ISS THIN! Wesf -i 11 lfiihlish!nj;Ho. M.hollis.Mo.
LC; cents till 1st Jim. Moody nml Sniikey's Meet
Oin?* reported lu WtiBWhY tVBTN F.ss.
IIAIUT CUKB? AT HOMfc. >o
nuhlielty. 'finio short, 'ionus incut
ernie. 1,00(1 tcatlmoiilnls. Mh yon
of unparalleled success. I'oscrihc
Address DJt. V. K. Bl A It 811, Qu I noy, Ml.-h
Fbn. Your Own Printing
?ff Outfits from SI up
Uolillnu it- Co., Afnnu/'s, Washington Hq, llotton
COTTON! COTTON!
T 111 I K earliest ami most I'roliltr 4'oMosi in thc
1 world. Make? flinn two tn three huies per acre,
finir works curlier than any other cotton. Send for
circulara. Addrcaa, W, u. .lioi'Alti.f.v,
Wimma, Miss.
Z81,1,8' ENCYCLOPEDIA, AVir. Iterttnl Mitha*.
I.iu,ii0ii Articles, 3,11?) Knttniyinas ami ls splendid
liliipu. Aueuts wuliti-tl. I?AKRII, DAVIH A 00, l'hlla.
U nui?! b?nE^??^
tar Prof. O. Meeker, P. O. Doa I7C, Laporto, Ind.
LOW RESERVOIR
Are Suited io all Climates,
AND FAMOUS FOB BE1NU
BEST TO USE I
CHEAPEST TO BUY!I
EASIEST TO SELL III
- WOAK t
Kn motts for doing morn omi
BETTER COOKING,
HOI .NU IT
?Inlelsor mid Clionpov
Tll?a any Bioveof tha copi.
Famous Tor thee:
STERLING WORTH,
ECONO?HY IN FUI?L,
SuiafcllUj asl Ccn-calonc?.
'Ali// ' Famous for their
^OAK^? WOHDEltrULLV ?UICK,
?^tftki^?^ -AND
^jm^ UNIFORM BAKING.
FAMOUS FOU OIVINO
i??^ffe- SatIsfaction Everywhoro,
HT p OAK ??2 AM> uciNU
Especially Adapted
WASTS or vim HOUSEHOLD
SOLID J3~X
KX?EliSKIR IHANUFACTURINIJ COMTANT
NTT- i.oi IN, no.
AND BY
I?UII.I.II?N. niiTTOBrr A CO.;
NAHiivir.i.K, TUNS,
K. VIUIIIIIAItT A- I/O.,
MitUPIlIS, TitNit.
ICM i. metis., ??CO..
NL:\V ORLBAH8, LA.
IOM? HUON..
LnTi.it KOCK AND HOT SPRINOB, AUK.
KIJAIVOKTII, KU* NKM. Ar CO.,
MontLR, ALA
wvoni.vi; MON A II I,V
l>It. SAAIOUD S ?
LIVER INVIGORATORj
Compounded entirely from <?uins.
Til rn.- UDMM re- . Persons using
more all morbid . f& sliouldnilnpttbc
or lin?! matter ?X fm\ ?IOHO to tbelr lil
Irom the system, oo ^a*. dividual const I
s lt np lying In ri (Ll tut lon, from ?
tbelr pince n ^rm tcnsiioonfnll to
benltky flow of f\A P"*T, rt tablt-fliinoiifull
bile j Invlgornt- Uj ~M according t? ef
Ing tboatomwcli, " ' am feet. For nil nf
cnuslng foot! to TH J fcctlons of the
digest vrcllt PU- ?(BJ FI VICK, lrregu
HIFVFVf; THF i fH laritles ofStem
BLOOD, giving |?> ^t. nell and ?lovcels,
tone and limit lt ? Voi |dlsenses dejieud
'otlitwholemu- U ~|- cut on or caused
clilnery, riniiiv- * " Cj by snell derange
lng the cause of a_J ? ? ment ns Hiltons
tile diseases, ef- ** f^i attacks, Costlve
fectlng a radical r*?^, ness, Chronic 1>1<
curt. Anal'AM- . |a*^ nrrli<ra.,I>yHm-ii
II?V Hf FI?ICUVF co I- sin, Juundlce and
lt is UIVFIIUAF- {g ??J Female Wcnk
FI>, and ls AL- ZL I * UCNSCH. 1 tablc
IVAYS KA FF. PH snoonfull taken
at commencement of nit nttnek of SICK
H EAD AC H E "ires In in minutes. IKL?
LOW or NA FLOW NICIN MADK YOUTH
F OF by I bottle. THY IT I For nninnlilet
containing useful iiiftirmntlmt mid nil
about the Fiver,address Hit. HAIVFOltll,
Kew York. HOLD KY AFF I>ItU?i01HTH.
? II; BM I i i,,_ Tills now Truss I? worn
?nsffh 'tiu*>*< \t.:??qg?fh with perfect I'limfiirl
Br c i s it T i nVB nlrt'll niel day. Adapts
fvm K.L. A? i lb Bl itself lo exery mot lon nf
W^IT K 0 R ^* I'"' '""lvj retaining Kop.
^^^.cj?3??^&>^Jr strain until permanent .
N*-* ''E?STIC TRUSS CO.,
07.'l Itroadufir New Vorh 4'Ily.
Went hy Mull, full ur send fur circular ami lu- cured
Speedily ellrtiI Irv DI!. IIKCK'S oillv known und
sure Itcmcdy. KU CIIAIK.F. for irvuliiieiil
until cured. Cull 011 or mhlress
Dr. J. C. BECK. 112 John St., Cincinnati, 0.
PORTABLE GRINDING l?iiLLS.
iti r.i t i .m i, |lnrrhilil'i>piii
illi- mull ?-riooii i ?, I I-I. li. .i.T
ltp|ier*ruillicrs, for farm oe
.ii i i i ii.i H t H'orli. fMip<
rinr nilli Mlllll'N Ol* lill
HI(<?... <-. nu i in I lull li ? II
lur stol.lue. ? loll!, mill
I'b'kN. t um Mn-1 Lu nml
I le.mein, lu nilli', v Wiiifiiiii?,
fiillk.i, (tan'. lu. ile, all kinds
ni Mill Mucliui?rj ami Millers'
Hiipplii H. f^i inl fur I'liniplili I.
Klruiib Ttl 111 Company,
Hov 1 t:tt>, Cliiciiiiuill. <>.
Ol V<?IK.'KS leicnlly ..hi
ele.; residence illiuei
Address P- II. Ili>\ lOttT, i
iueiimpaliliilily,
I'. i- aln i d?cret?.
III.
Gold Rings!
WK Mart's piala mini is k?mt (.nhl Kngascutcnt ur w nt Un?
i.1.'. ' i ',' mMI (at im r rial) tflisnjr aiMrcM on rivrlpt ?it pr Irr.
Prices var, acornllng tn ulro emt wlilth at (.1 ti. ti Ml. } -, fm,
(ISaiul f I.Sr.ii'h. In nrili-iinff inrrrniro Ilia Isrccstjolnl of th?
I.nr. r you delira Hu..I willi a nun..? pirca ot ?Ult paper. Wa
mitrara an, BaOM, ntoll? ?rdala freo of chargo. Mntiry piav
lia irnt HMf in a rri'lurrr.1 ?.uer. lt A lt N K a k UKO., Jcaol
era, m Mala st, LoaUrlIte, Ky.
Of I'arllniiH'iitary rractlcc.
Huies of prorcedinK nml dehnte in dellhurntl >?<? ns
Remhlics. This i? Ihr stanilnrd nulhority In all tho
Ulliled Slut' H mid in au iui?Hpeiisaliln Hand Dunk fur
every niftmhor of ix deliherittive body, as a ready ref
erence upon the formslity sud leunlity of any pro?
cooli HR er dehnte.
"Thu most authoritative oxponudor nf Ainerlcun
piirliiimeiitary law."-CHAS. SPMNKR.
I* H co, 08 cents. Sent hy mail mi receipt of price.
Aihlnns TlioraI'ISON, !i;toiv\ A <.??..
_ Ito*.loii, 3IllN*.
A HOLIDAY CIFT!
TIM: IIKST THAT CAN BE MADK.
Ia:ttactho, Profitiblo, acd ra:ciaatlnE.
J8*W PRINTING- PRESS.
frire* fruin COO O' IBO.OO. Rei"! ?lamp for
ralalnano lu IIK.NJ. O. WO.YFiH A CO. nianiiTra
A il. .ni. r i In all Un.li of VlUNTI.VO MATEIIIAI..
19 federal ijlrci't, llotloo.
fr I. Ills ir >'?>?. York Weekly WIIIICHH lilt
?J i^t Ju nun ry. Try il liuforo stdei tin? paper for ';ii.
TIIKBEST In Hie Wtiiiil*
It (.'ives Kiiivi iH.il SntiKfiu t|,,,i,
uoMii itu i. Kconoray.
PHI'S more llreail t<> Mil Flour,
il A VHS .12 11, ti. KOON, .Ve.
One year's BaVlOKSM'ill hoy a cow
>vo iioitK ?l'ou?t IIIII:AI>.
Whltor.Idglitor,H\veetcr.lticher.
I VritVltODV I'rnlM'ii lt.
TheLniliet- areall in Love with lt.
-S ?. I, I ,s lllie HOT ?Ali IS.
U?. Semi at om o for Circular tn
tUEO. F. OAM7 A- t'O.,
17? liliane St..Nnv York.
Two Months Free !
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Tte Paper for Business Men, Farmers, Families, ami all tte People.
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'J. It is candil I timi independent, in all things; In polities il favors limiest
money, government reform, ami lower laxes; ami it. so .airly litters in these
respects the popular voice that every consid?rai>le Shite eleeiinu this year hilft
gone ?ni thc side the TKIl?UNK favored.
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suited Ihr the must relined ami cultured family circle
.I. It lias tlie hes! and 1res h cst corresponden' :e, poems, stories; in short,
the cream of the cur.cnl literature of tho day ; the host and Tidiest, scientific,
religious, ami literary intelligence.
5. Hs Agricultural Department is the I'll I lest, most thorough, practical,
and useful in any paper. It ?.rives ?ts readers in each untidier as llitlcli or more
than the highest juiced monthlies.
(J. Its Market Reports uro the generally accepted standards for di alers
and producers throughout the country.
7. Its aggregate circulation is greater than that of any other four-cent,
paper in New-York.
S. Its circulation, regarding character as well as nuinhcr of sn lise ri hers,
is helter than that ol' any paper in the country.
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rapidly than any ol' its rivals.
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DAILY (by mail) I year.$10.00 WKKKI.Y, I year.$2.00
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extra WKKKI.Y, and of fifty or more to a NKMI-WKKKLY.
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Till': SKMI-WKKKIA' for 82.fiO, and Tin: DAILY for 80.00.
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All remittances at sender's risk, unless hy Draft on New-York, I'nsf al
Order, or in Registered Letter.
Address simply
THE TRIBUNE, New-York.
For ?ll illacaricti <.! Ilia Liver, Htoiimcli nutt Spleen.
AH ? uni.-ilv in MiilnriiuiH Kf.Ve?H, Rowel I'nin
plnilltH, ItyHpepHiii, Menin! (leprewiioii, ItentleinMieNii,
JilUintlee. NiiilHeu, Sick lim.1.II lie, l.'.ilii:, I'uliHtl|i;i
tiun unit llllimiHiieiM
IX BIAS Ml K<tl'AI..
Il lu nu ni tlvn CATII A UTITON IC nilli A I.TKU
ATI VK, tmI llliplcnoiilil in lim lust.., iiii.l lenveM im
LAHSlf UDKorlLL EFFKt 'TS lifter lt ii ns upen?ted
ItHlnRrollenlitnreAI.il VKOF.TAIllili, lt I- ntl
mliilnlered without illlllrulty. lt entinen tm reptil
Hlveiu-HK, nilli III Ht? event ilijiltini: (lin lin.ll ilelit'lttu
coiiHlltiitlnii.
lt luni (INLY T< i III'. TIM KU ONtiK Itrtiii.Killie
favorite mul ?diminu? reim'ily. li- iidvnlittiftfM uro
uncured mul noticed by u H?IIKIU Irlnl.
I!(tRR OF A St'FKKIiKH i-uti
FUR TV VKAHS.- I lmve Im ii
n Hiifterer fur llieliiNl fm tx yen m
willi ('liri.nil- iiin-etiiiu nf I lie
Liver, I Hii'l Hu- lte?iilii|iir,
niel ntl.-r givlliK it n TM ir I rilli, I
11 ll VI .'.Uni- li. I III-rn in-1 UMi Ul I lint
. il is lim very III-HI n in-.lv I lllive
ever lined fur Hie Liver. My
In nilli is univ tillite i:.I.- K.A.
Wilsen. Cliirkhville, Vim-inhi.
MANt'l'AeTrimi IINI.Y nv
.1. II. ZI:II,IN A ('?.,
MACON. OA...nul rilll.AUKLI'll IA.
S11TH OB&iH C O ,
BOSTON TNIASS.
THESE 8TANDAR0 INSTRUMENTS
Sold by Dealers Everywhere.
Agents Wanted iii ?ycry Town.
Sm.II Tniuu-oiim r TIII: t'Nnr.ii Sr.\Tr.s ON TII?I
I SHT X Lil K VI' l?I-A IV.
Timi is, nu ii S> rili-in ?I Mnnllily I'nynientH.
I'lirelinmim HII.UII.I HHU fur Um SMITH AMV.IIII'AN
IIIIIMS. Cutiil.iitiii'H ?uni lull pnrticiilnrH ?ii nppli
iiilii.M.
1.--innis. WKr.HI.V W1TNKMM I ill 1st .Inn .
?>-.uirv. Ollie? 91 Hpr.iflreet, New York.
Q-rand Groltlen Dr?wiiitr
OK TUB
Louisiana State Lottery
Til ll CM PlMCtl Will ni ii nv, ??.-< -eiillM-r -?.t. lt?.).
I^OSITIVELY.
Capital Prize, $100,000.
:i,.vio l*i-lxfN, iliunutiflti|r io99
ALL TN Gi OLD.
One JPi'ice to Every Rix
Tickets.
Only 200,000 Tickets at
$50.000 TJ. S.
Ourrencv.
Tontli8 nnd Twentieths in Proportion.
??tier Tlt-UolM timi IVi-lle I'or <'!?eillntv
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTE It Y CO.,
Lock Box fi.S2 Postoflioe, New Orleans, LB,
Comp?tent iinji ItclinMe A Centn Wmileil tlMnilOil
ont Hie country, Unnxieplintiiil KUur:inteeri io
ta rix!.
ABI-IIIH ?Villi?e<I ! ATetlnh omi IHtiUnna? .iirxrilr,!
r.ru?%MAN'M PICTORIAL BIBLES.
1301? IIIiiHlrnllotiM. Addie** for new rTreuliirn.
A. JT. uoL.tiA.% .V CO., Wt) A Itel I street, riiii?;
-.lliiiiilili' i ?mr Sf iiiplttiiiH . n.iv .
Ill tin' riu'hl Mil-, \ i-lliiu iii-HH of tlini'ri'H, IlllIlKi'll.tlftill
Hy, irri'ioilnrity ofllio ImwelH, ninl lieiuliielie? I fini,
> our livi-r i? wrouu ; HIM! lu col ii riulil ami ?? v lunn
nml vii:.ir to \ mir .-.v-t.iii, lin- inti*' lliinu i.lt ni ?H
TARIUST'S SKIJTZER APKKIKST.
SUI,ll ll Y A Mi Mtl'fiOlSTS.
REMINGTON.
VN Y l'KHNON liwiilllR n KnwiilK Mnnliiiin willett
IH ni'iirly worn mit, ur ?low? not ilu I lit* u-urk rr
Miiirvil, ?ill liiul lt t? I huir iiilvniitnui' !>. wini UH U
ili'vcriptiiui nf tlitilr Mnclilne, nml v\ ?mr Mteritl
|. | ni- ..| .LIIIIIIUI' for thr liliclil IC ii ?? i> Inp. ICem
liilflon. lt in fully wiirrnillml fur liv? yenr*. nml
H:I t iv r.nt I.-n I? uiinritnl.I in livery ?IIKIIIIH-I*. or Iii?
mmu-y will lu' rt'liirneit tn Un. niiirtinHitr. Tim ?IIOMI
IIIITTIII ti'rniH lu niii'iiiH nml I-IIHII hiiyern. Sn m pirti nf
Wolli Ililli ill! I'.ll til Illili K llV lin.ll tn l'Iirlil'H living ut
u .lii-l:iin--. Arilin-?'?. .1. ? ?. v tc T. .1 <'<?.. <.. ti 1
AU'<N. Hfl Miimmei'Mt.. Nnnlivlllr. Tenn.
1^Y0LVERSS?|2 50
eil N?w ItiitTiiln Hill KrriilrrrViilWV
Wu h imf inrtrlilKiM.&i.ixt ?ai.iMiwilil ;i'vi?ryoniiwiirr?n.
Inl ; '"il.li.ll M cimmlltt-iMt. Illutlrnlnt ?".iM/.v/m- Frrr.
WIOS'J'KItN l-l V WOHKS, <-hl? iilio, III..
Uti Di nrhnrn nt., (Mil'orniUk ltl?ok)._
(BJ .>/"i Pully t" AlteiilH. rt. ni'W nr I lr Im nml Mm lieut
?TD i_M r Ku u i ?ly I'? iiiT in A un'iiru.w i th I wn tM'hin
lim?, fui.. AM.' M'K'tl CO..SIM llroiulu uv. S. Y.
SISSHOTGIJW
.? linn hit. luirrvl KIHI,luir ur front nellan lnekt>, wnr
rn lite.) Bvnitiiia iwint Imrrelw, nml ? BIMMI ?I.1er, on
su SAI.I: ; willi KhiHk. Pouch nml Wml-ciltter, f-.r tl"..
fun In-?u t I',' fl, ll.i with privileue lo . minim- lie.
fore imyiiiR Kill, s.I nt ?mn fur rlrrulnr In K. POW ?
Kl.I. .v SON, Omi DiiHler?, sit Milln St.Oliiritintitl.O.
LOTTERY
DrnwHoit lim milli of eneli imuult. Hy niilliiirily
Ihr lii'Kishitiiru. MOTft.OO? In 4'IIMII l'i lf ".. on?'
(llmiire in fi??-. Tlckcin 81 rn?*li. ur len foi. *.'<,
Ii'iiviiiu #A to Im ileiliirli'il fruin Ilm pri/i-n nf|er Uni
tinmine. Kuli pin lirulnm .ii-nt frt-i' Arilin-??,
.1. .ll. PATTKH, I jun mle ?ll.v. IVyoilllllir.
SOOTHING SYRTJ?
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING.
Hilt SALK I?Y AM. IIItl Ot.lSTX.
-| rt' ..ni". Report* of Monily timi Punkey Mi<liuu>
1 t >N?:W 1 oit it W KKK I. V HUMS';.
.T. a. T-tio-jo.r.jQ'vv,
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN. _
In vn I iii M v, IftliliiK lu know
thc i'iii iitU t> itroiiertten of
Hot Miirlnicx, cnn obtain lt
tty iiildreinliig l?r. lilKcluw,
^Hot Springs, Ark/j^j*
mm
I nT1%Tf|1f1 Ai.i. WAST IT* tiiomuiiitl? nf lt vet? nml
A I 1 Ll rt ,|,V"'illi"nM nf property unveil Itt it fur
H IT P. ll I Mlnni H innile hy il imrth uluru !>'.'.
lill Lill 1 Ut!. M. I.ININUTOS it ItllO., N?1W York
Ililli t'lliCARO. ?_
J>Ofl? A MONTH. IOU A UTI O I< KS I
?^?UiJy) Aililri'Hi? lt. N. RAMSKV, Detroit. M ld?.
fn (DOO ?i ?lay nt hume. StompleR Worth f I wnl
0)3 IIJ iT>?U free. STiwaow A Co., I'nrlliiinl. ?"?ac
W~HKX wiirriNo TO AI>VI:II'II.SI:H.N,
liW-nM' Ntl? yoi! hun ill? inl?erllM;ineiil
in flit-? in?;?ei'. .*?. ?. 1 . ?*?.
SEWING
MACHINES.
Liberal Terms of Ex
oil nu uofor Becondriian d
Mnclnnc3 of ovcry des
criptiun.
"DOMESTIC" PAPER FASHIONS.
Thc Heit Pattern? mario. Bf>|ul(fU. for Cata)ui;iir.
AddroDBl)01?E3TIOSEWma MACHINE CO.
Actus WAMI*D. NEW VOIIK.

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