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African Exploration.
Tho explorations ?? Stanley in the
heart of Africa aro of the utmost geo
graphical interest and importance. He
is a plucky, clear-headed man, who push
es his way through difficulties Uko a
steam cugino through a snow drift; and, ,
considering thb delays and slowness of
former expeditious, tho rapidity of his
movements and thc promptness of lus i
communications aro quite remarkable, j
He has top much business on hand to be 1
sick, and is too active and energetic and j
vigilant to he entrapped by tho trencher- ,
ons natives or captured by thc malaria. ,
It is quite evident that the natives stand
in awe of this man, who seems to be a 1
sort of locomotive in boots, though they !
shoot his men when out of his sight with- j
out hesitation or remorse, and his two
letters came stained with thc life-blood of
ono of the Khedive's ollicers. Stanley
Ima now demonstrated by actual observ- j
ntion and surveys that Livingstone, ,
whose health and mind failed in the last ,
years of his long African sojourn, was
mistaken in supposing thc Victoria Ny
anza was a chain of live lakes connected ]
with each other. He linds that Speke, ?
whose explorations were made in 1802, '
was right in his opinion that thc Victoria 1
Nyanza is ono body of water; but what 1
Speke took for two islands Stanley linds
are peninsulas in this great inland sea. ]
This is undoubtedly the upper reservoir I
of thc Nilo, and should iuture explor- ?
aliens confirm the importance of thc '
Uiver Shimeeyou we shall have ti... key '
to tho whole Nile system, and the mys
tery of Africa will be henceforth an open i
secret. It is a matter of national pride i
that these final explorations arc inane by
an American, who, though he follows
thc trail of distinguished explorers,
seems to have a capacity of gathering up
tho results of their discursive discoveries
and observations, and combining and
correcting them, and supplementing them
with original explorations of his own,
which are quite as important as any that
have been made.
These African explorations arc of vast
ly more consequence and practical utility
than anything that has been or is likely
to bo discovered in tho Arctic regions,
where so much treasure has been spent
and so many lives have been thrown
away. Africa is not only a puzzle to
geographers : it is now a problem for
civilization to solve, and throws down its
ehallengo to tbs statesmanship and hu
manity of thc globe. It lies in tho high
way of commerce) inviting the inter
course of all nations. Its fertile soils and
salubrious climates and valuable produc
tions give it a vast importance, which is
increased by its accessibility on all sides.
Thc cradle of civilization and tho seat of
commerce for centuries, it is now sparse
ly peopled, and to all practical intents is
a virgin continent inviting immigration
and furnishing almost unlimited scope to
tho entepprisc of civilized man. What
shall bo done with it and for it aro ques
tions which will ask themselves willi
increasing frequency and force in coming
years. Mr. Dalton has suggested that an
attempt bc made to colonize it with
Chinese. The plan has plausibility. It
has boon found that the Chinese who
Cave settled in the Oceanic Islands have
developed quite remarkable faculties of
thriftj??d enterprise and government?"
/UidrK?YO improved conside^m oh the
h-i^-J^- iVM ?'VvVi* Euro/?? -over
crowded with population and all her
great cities suffering from an excess of
poor and perishing classes, it certainly
seems that the key of African civilization
need not bo sought in eastern Asia among
the Mongolian races. It only wants the
ability to organize colonization on a
grand scale and carry it out with tho
appliances of modern science and art and
the modern spirit of humanity to make
Africa a power in the civilized world and
a means of renovating Europe.-Daily
Grajmic.
Tho Jews.
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surprising, particulars havo lately been
collected and published in a French pa
per, respecting the Jews. Although thc
israelites hold such unimportant place
in trade, commerce and finance, ana are
to bo met with in every quarter of thc
world, it appears that they are to be
found in least numbers in some of tho
most commercial countries, and in most
numbers in some of tho least prosperous
and enterprising states. Moreover, widely
us they are scattered, and numerous as
they appear to be, it 8eems from tho
statistics in question that the census of
tho whole race falls short of five millions
of souls. In Franco, where there exists
little or none of tho stupid and barba
rous prejudice against tho Jews which
\ prevails in some countries, and where
ono would think there was a wide field
for the peculiar talents of the race, there
aro only <1G,000 Jews. In America, ap
parently a still more favorable country,
there are only one hundred and t won ty
thousand Israelites. On thc other hand,
in wretched, unprospcrous mid down
trodden Poland tho Jews arc to be found
iu greatest number, ono out of every
seven of the inhabitants being a Hebrew.
Ono can understand that there should bo
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In Sweden there aro comparatively few
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twenty-five Jew? in that country, An
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These GUMS re- m Persona using
move all morbid . fe3 shouldadapttho
or bad matter Jt. psi dose to their in
from the system, ao dividual constl
supplylng in i-1 Ll tutlon, from a
their place a tenspoonfall ta
healthy flow of f?Jk U a tablespoonful!
bile j lnvigorat- bU ~J according to ef
hif. tho stomach, "J om feet. For ali nf
cauolng food to fYl ^ fections of the
digest well} PU- -""s fV? LIVISlt. lrregu
ISaFYING TIIK a H4 InrlUea of ?tom
BLOOD, giving ^TOk ach and Bowels,
tone and health * Vsa?* diseases depend
*.0 the whole ma- U ~w cut on or caused
chfnery, remov- ' * CO by ouchderange
Ing the causo of s^j .? ment as Bilious
the disensos, cf- ? . attache, Costlve
fectlne; a radical f*?j, ness, Chronic 1>I
cure. Asa PAM- . fc***^ arrhoca,Ryspep
ILY MKIUCIIVK CO L_ sin, Jaundicennd
lt is U-V_0_UAL- Jg 3g? Female Weak
JED, and is AL- ; ; noeses. 1 table
WAYS SAFI5. r*ss| opoonfull token
nt commencement of an attack of SICK
H EAD AC H E cures In IS ml untes. lEL
LOW or HALLOW WHIM MADE YOUTH
FUL by IbotUe. TRY ITt For pamphlet
containing useful information and all
about the Liver, address Bil. SANFORD,
Blew York. SOLD KY ALL DRUGGISTS.
tarMfmrit\"jL.'--J/t*-??- This now Truss ls worn
Jl?^^Stf'''~^r:ifMlm?k. with perfect comfort
raro faur i n V? nlgot and day. Adapt ?
ttW IS b & o 1 IU VB Itself to oxcry motion of
?LT K 0 8 8. hedy, retaining llup
II ,n nm III 111111QlTT r turo under tho hardest
\F***5iVit1* Vlk^?**?? o xor e. Iso or severest
it ~^^VT'girt?Jwy" m struin until permanent-.
\ ^U*"n4i? M |y cured. Bold chenr
ELASTIC TRUSS CO.,
OT3 Broadway New York ?'M r.
Sent by Mail. Oaii or send for circular and Iw eurea
MdrpUoeHalt
Speedily curetl by Dit. lll.CK'8 only known ancl
sure Remedy. NO CIIAUGK for treatment
nulli imped, (.'nil on or address
Dr. J. C. BECK. 112 John St., Cincinnati, a
POKTABLE GRINDING m ILLS.
Bent French RurriitliiVphi
diu uiidrr-rmiiiern, cock bend
?nper-runiiers, ihr Fnrni or
IUcrcliniit Work. Nope*
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Box I-SO, Cincinnati, O.
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Address I'- O. Uox 10:i7. Chicano, III.
.omi-K^HBSj
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ba tent eafrly la a reentered Idler. BARUM *BBU., Jewel
er*, Iii Wain Sb, LoutiTllle, Ky.
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THE TRIBUNE, New-York.
For all diseases of tho Livor, Utomnch mid Spleen.
Aa a remedy In Afc tarions Fevers, Ituwel t.'om
plaintH, Dyspepsia, M rut ul Di-prensi?n. ltcstlcBHticHS,
Jaundice, Nnusea, Sick Headache, Colic, Constipa
tion and UiliousncBs
IT HAN NO K*lVAI,.
lt In an active CATII ARTIC, TONIC and ALTER
ATIVE, not unnlensnut lo tho tnsto, and leaves no
LASSITUDE or ILL EFFECTS after lt lina operated
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ministered without dllllculty. Itemises no repul
siveness, and lu no ovolit Injuring thu most dulicato
constitution.
ItlmsONLYTO HE Titi ED ONCE ttfhoromo tho
favorito and standard renvedy. Its advantages aro
secured and noticed hy a singlo trial.
CURR OF A SUFFERER FOR
FORTY YKARK.-I hnvu heeti
n suuororfor the Inst forty yen rs
with Chronic nflcction of tho
Livor, I tried tho Regulator,
mid after giving lt n fair trinl.l
linvc como to t Ito conclusion that
. it is tho very hen i remedy 1 have
ever used for tho Liver. Wy
hrnltlt is now unite good.- E.A.
Wilson, Clarksvllle, Virginia.
MANurAcTunen ONI.V DY
jr. II. zt: s i.i N A co..
MACON.OA..?ud PHILADELPHIA.
SMITH OfiGAH M
BOSTON MASS.
THE8E STANDARD INSTRUMENTS
Sold by Dealers Everywhere.
Agents WauteUn Eyery Town.
SOLD TitnounttovT Titr. UNITED STATES on TUE
? NKTAJL.UKNT I'hAN,
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"I fTcouts. WRKKIiY WITSEKfi till 1st Jatr
JL Ottary. Ofilco S Spruen Street, New York.
Grand Golden Drawintr
OF THE
Louisiana State Lottery
Take? I*I?c*i Kntarriny, Deicmher 2S. 1973.
DPOSITIVEIJY.
Capital Prize, $100,000.
H,rj>0 ft lr<H, Amounting to f?i
ALL TN GOLD.
Ono Frico to Every Six
Tickets.
Only 200,000 Tickets at
#50.000 IJ. S.
Ourrencv.
Tenths and Twentieths in Proportion.
Order Tlchot* nu?! Write for CJlrriilnr.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO.,
Lock Box C82 Postofficc, Now OrleiWB, IA.
Comr-etcnt anp Rotlnhio Agent* Wanted tliJouo.i
ont^io country, Unexceptional gu?rante*? io
Asrciitn \V'niifr?I! M,<l.ili ami Diploma* Air i.-.hvf
fur MOSMAN'* DlHTilBIAl ?SDI CO
I SOO Illiiatratloua. Address for new circulars,
A.J, HOUtANA CO? MU AUCH Stree., phila
"^-~YVi iii t'rtroTn-i?i V ?*jr m pl om?? n T^r n e7~i*ii^ li11
flt tlio'rigllt Killi', yellowness Of till) ?IVO?, IUlURCII,dclli1
ity, irregularity of (lie liowcls, Ami hcadnnhoT If no,
your liver in wrong ; ?lui <<> fit lt ri?ht ami siva touo
ami vigor tu ymir Kynthia, tim our tiling needful in
TARRANTS SKLTZKR ArKRIEfiT.
HOLD HY ALL DHUUULSTH.
REMINCTON.
ANY I'EHSON owning n Sowing Mnchtnu which
in ni'nrly worn ont, or does not do tim work ro
uuirod, will liml it to their advantage to amid un a
description of their Machine, mid get our IIIIITIII
terms nf cxrhniiRc fm- (ho B.li;!it Kuiuilnjr Item
lunion. It is fully wnrrnnted for live yonrs, mid
satisfaction IH guaranteed in every Jnstanco, or tim
money will tie returned to tho pnrchnsor. Tho nu.-it
lllicrul terniN to ngotitH mid rm.Ii huyors. Samples or
work and nil particulars hy mnil to pnrties living nt
a dlstnuce. Addrcr"?, .1. 4XARY ct ?.<?.. ?Jcii'l
Ai;'(s. no Numiiift'Nl.. NURIIVIIIO. Tenn.
REV0LVERSSS?2 50
cl Him ItulYhlo Mill UerolTediHllVW
With lOOOnrtridgOfl, ?300 -.20,000 sold ; overy ono warran
ted : sstUfnr.tlon ci!.ir.iato?d. JUuctraitil i?ulx!o-jUe
WKSTUltN Him tVOItKS, t: li U n po, IM.,
OP 11,-Arl ?.r ii nt., (McCormick lllock)._
?OZ"! Pnlly to Agents. 8ft now srtlclesaud the liest
tii)*j? " Family I'nisirln Amoricn.wltb ttfotftChru
nios, ireo, A Mr M'F'U CO.. SWK* Broadway, N. Y.
$15 SHOT GUN
JV .Inutile nurrel gun,har or front action locks, wnr
rnnted gonuino twist hnrrels, and a good shooter, aa
NO SALE ; with Plnsk, Conon and Wnd-outtor, fortlft.
fan hu so' t C. O. 1).,- with prlvilego to . xamlno I to
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KM. A HON, Cnn Deniers. ZW Main Ht.Oincllinati.O.
LOTTERY
Draws on tho .mth nf oneil mouth. Hy authority
tho Legislature. 927fLOOO In <CnaU Prise*, qn?
(.'limn lu five, Tlvkota ft? each, or ten for
leaving >ft to ho deducted from tho prl'/os after tho
drawing. Full partIrulnni saht freo Address,
J. M. PATTEK, l.nr.-imleflt.v, Wyoming.
SOOTHING, SYRUI
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING.
KO? SALK 1?V ALL HltlCCiSTS._
ll recants. He por I s of Moody and Hankey Meetings.
1 ?NKW YORK H KKH1.Y WITMtMW.
.T. O. BIGJCLOW,
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN.
-nvalttis winning; to know
tho Curwilv* yrepr-.rties cf
-it Spring:*,, can obtain lt
urtOrenaliig I>r. jUlgelow,
Spring?, Ark.
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millions of property snved by il-for
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?>? tn ttOn a day at homo. Staniplca worth il pant
5>U lU n>ZU Iroe. STIWBOM A Co.. Portland, Mninu
JIKN WltlTINO TO AOVIUtTiNKItN.
nlcnseiioy yoi. ?nw Uio ??^?-rtl??ri?ivnt
in till? pnpoi'. ?. w? ir. -lt*.
if MJM$ ^ACHINES.
V"-CW ^IISBJ JV /Wboral Terms of Ex
^yftf<8S3PCS <r .chnaffoforEocond-lmnd
Machines of 6vory des
-cription.
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Tn it Brit PatUrns made. B?nd Ort?, for Catalogue.
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