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A rr lean Exploration.
Thc explorations of Stanley in the
heart of Africa are of thc utmost geo
graphical intent-and importance. He
is a plucky, clear-headed niau, who pusu
ca his way through difficulties hko a
steam engine through a snow drift; ami,
considering thb delays and slowness of
loriner exped? Lions, tho rapidity of jus
movetnbnta and thc promptness of his
communications are quite remarkable.
Ile has too much business on hand to be
sick, and is too active and energetic and
vigilant to be entrapped by the treacher
ous natives or captured hy the malaria.
It is (piite evident that thc natives stand
in awe of this man, who seems to he r.
sort of locomotive in boots, though they
shoot his men when out of his sight with
out hesitation or remorse, and his two
letters came stained with Hie life-blood of
one ol' thc Khedive's officers. Stanley
has now demonstrated by actual observ
ation and surveys that Livingstone,
whose health and mind failed in thc last
years of his long African sojourn, was
mistaken in supposing the Victoria Ny
anza was a chain of live lakes connected
willi each other, ile linds that Speke,
whoso explorations wore made in 18G2,
was right in his opinion that the Victoria
Nyanzais one body of waler; but what
Speke took for two islands Stanley linds
are peninsulas in this great inland sea.
Phis is undoubtedly thc upper reservoir
of the ?il?, and should futuro explor
ations confirm thc importance of the |
Uiver Shimeeyou we shall have thc key
to the whole Nile system, and the mys
tery of Africa will bo henceforth an open
secret. It is a maller ol'national pride
that these final explorations are made hy
au American, who, though he follows
thc trail of distinguished explorers,
seems to have a capacity ol'gathering up
the results ol' their discursive discoveries
and observations, and combining and
correcting them, and supplementing them
with original explorations ol' his own,
which are quito as important as any that
have been made.
These African explorations are of vast
ly more consequence and practical utility
than anything that has been or is likely
to he discovered in the Arctic regions,
where so much treasure has been spent
and so many lives have been thrown
away. Africa is not only a puzzle te
geographers : it is now a prohlem foi
civilization to solve, and throws down it*
challenge to tbs statesmanship and hu
manity of the globe. It lies in thc high
way of eominerccj inviting thc inter
course of all nations. I ts fertile soils and
saluhrious climates and valuable produc
tions give it a vast importance, which i*
increased hy its accessibility on all sides.
Thc cradle of civilization and the seat ol
com merco for centuries, it is now sparse
ly peopled, and to all practical intents h
a virgin continent inviting immigration
and furnishing almost unlimited scope UJ
thc enterprise of civilized n an. What
shall he done with it and for it arc ques
tions which will ask themselves witli
increasing frequency and force in coming
years. Mr. Dalton has suggested that ai
attempt bc made to colonize it will
Chinese. Thc plan has plausibility. Il
has l>cen found that the Chinese wh<
..ave settled ir. the Oceanic Islands hav<
developed quite remarkable faculties o
thrift a:)d enterprise ami government1
.-lild-Kave improved considerer, on "tin
wm&^ifrPSl inti ttfuV kurov'tf over
crowded with population and all bei
great cities suffering from an excess ol
poor and perishing classes, it certainlj
seems that thc key of African civilization
need not he sought in eastern Asia anion-;
the Mongolian races. It only wants th(
ability to organize colonization on l
grand scale and carry it out with thc
appliances of modern science and artaud
the modern spirit of humanity lo make
Africa a power in the civilized world and
a means of renovating Europe.-Daili?
( Trophic.
The Jews.
Sonic curious, and in sonic respects,
surprising, particulars have lately been
collected and published in a French pa
per, respecting tho Jews. Although tin
Israelites hold such unimportant place
in trade, commerce and finance, niiu arc
to he met with in every quarter of the
world, it appears that they arc to he
found in least numbers in some of tin
niest commercial countries, and in most
numhers in some of thc least prosperous
and enterprising stales. Moreover, widely
as they arc scattered, and numerous as
they appear to be, it seems from the
statistics in question that thc census of
the whole race falls short of five millions
of souls. Iii France, where there exists
little or none of the stupid and barba
rous prejudice against thc Jews which
* prevails Ju some countries, and where
one would think there was a wide field
for the peculiar talents of thc race, there
aro only'40,000 Jews. In America, ap
parently a still more favorable country,
there are only one hundred and twenty
thousand Israelites. On the other hand;
in wretched, unprosperous and down
trodden Poland tho Jews are to he found
in greatest number, one out of every
seven of the inhabitants being a Hebrew.
One can understand that there should he
a few Jews in Spoin, but it ii! surprising
they should lie almost as rare in Belgium.
In Sweden there are, comparatively few
Jews, but they abo'uud in Hamburg,
Austria, and Roumahiain the proportion
of one to every twenty-four inhabitants.
In Hamburg and Austria there is abun
dant employment for their talents, but
in lloumania there cannot lie any great
Bcoji? for their commercial and financial
instincts. Ireland always boasts of being
the only country in tho "world in which
tho Jews were never persecuted-and,
indeed, whether itt homo or abroad, the
Irish always manifest a certain respect
for tho Israelites-but Ireland has hardly
liad the opportunity of persecuting the
race, for even ot the present day there
are not three hundred Jews in the whole
country, Norway stands lowest on the
list, after Ireland, thero only being
twenty-five Jews in that coinitrv. An
interesting addition- to these statistics
(if it wcro possible to secure it) Would
be tho amount of wealth in the hands of
thc less than five millions of Jews that
" abido upon, if they do not inherit tho
earth. Considering the enormous wealth
possessed by only-it few well-known indi
viduals of thc race, such a return would
doubtless show a high average per head.
Lomlun (?lobe..
Tiiur.i; Oranges and a Council of Sov
ereigns of indust ry in Massachusetts have
united in a co-operative Plore at Hol
BURNETT'S COCOAINB, for promoting
tlic growth of, and beautifying the lluir,-mut
rendering it dark amt glossy. The COCOAINK
holds, in a liquid form, ii large proportion of
deodorized COCOANUT OIL, prepared ex
pressly for this purpose. No other compound
possesses the peculiar properties winch HO
exactly suit the various conditions of thc
human hair.
STON?WA?J?? jACKbON.-Wc under
stand that the well known publishing house
o? I>. ?i'PLBTON&QO.| New York, have near
ly ready for publication the "LIFE OF\
STONEWALL JACKSON.'} fully illustrated
by views and portraits,including thc orations
and scenes attending th? unveiling of Foley';;
statue of Stonewall Jackson nt Richmond.
We advise all, especially disabled soldiers amt
women out of work, to write to the publish
ers at once and secure nu agency, as the work
is to he sold by subscription, lt will have ii
large sale.
Wimt Kotillup; i!??tier.
As to the ClIAKTHi: OAK COOKING ST?VK
wo can truthfully say that it is as near per
fection as any stove weean expect to (ind;
we want nothing better, ami ?lo not ever
expect to timi any oilier as good.
THOUSANDS SPEAK.-Vcgctinc is ac
knowledged and rt.iilliiciuled by physici
ans and apothecaries to he thc best purifier
and cleanser ?if the blood yet discovered, and
thousands speak in its praise who have been
restored lo health.
Bu'iTKK and cheese are almost indis,
pensable articles of food. Properly used
thev are nut iii fons ami healthy; bul- llU '
dinah* use of either causes indigestion ami
dyspepsia. Parsons' Purgative Pills, judici
ously used, will remove lilith nf these troubles.
HAVE you ague in thc face; and is it
badly swollen V Have you severe pain in the
.best, back, or side? Have you crumps or
ailis in ?he .stomach or bowels? Have you
?bous colic or severe griping pains? If
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MARKET REPORTS.
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Flour.$ 5 00 (fi) 8 00
Corn. . r>f> (ii) f>(>
Oats. 41 (fi) 40
Lard. 13}^(fi) lt
i ?aeon-Clear ?ides. 15>?(id 15%
Putter. 25 (fi) 35
Chickens. 3 25 (fi) 4 25
Cotice. 22 (ii) 20
Wheat. 1 15 (fi) 1 20
Hay-1 Jest. 1? 50 (ii) 21 50
Whiskey-Common. 1 00 O? 1 15
Robertson County... 1 75 (jj) 3 (K)
Bourbon. @ 5 50
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Cotton-Ordinary. 12%?
Good Ordinary. 12>?(fi)
Low Ordinary. 12%(u) I3l?
Seeds-Clover. 8 50 (fi) i) 50
O crinan Millet. (50 Ou 65 ^
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Fruit- Apples Creen. 2 00 (fi) 3 50
Lemons, per box. ll 00 (fi) 13 00
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Pork-Mess. 21 50 @ 21 75
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. Flour. 5 00 @ 5 75
? Wool. 33 (fi) 45
: Potatoes-Irish, per hill... 1 00 (fi) 1 75
r Cotton-Middling. 13>i(a) 13J4
r . Ordinary. ll (fi)
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' Flour......."..t;...,fJM,..,",fi. f? 75 f?) ? 50
' Corn Meal. 05 (ti)
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f Oats. 45 (fi) 00
r Bacon-Clear Sides. OJ) WA
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> Butter. 15 OH 18
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\ Wool. 28 Oj? 17
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i Bacon-Clear Sides. 14% 15
Cotton. 13J4
RCIIKNtUK'N IM'I.UOMC KYIttlF FOU
THF. ititi: or CONNU ill Pl'ION,
?JOUG 118 AM? G'OJLDM.
Thogical virtue of this incdielnb ls that it > ? i? . 11
(tic nettlcr ami throws lt out of thu system, intrinca
the blood, mu? llitis eilcctsacure
SCIIBNCK'S SHA WKKD TONIC, KOH THU CURK OK
DYSPEPSIA, IHDJOKSTION, ETC.
Tho Tonin producesnlitalihy action of the stom
creating at: appetite, forming chyle, unit curing
the most obstinate cases of Indigestion.
SciiKNCK's MANDIIAKK I'ILI-S, rou Tine Cuni-: oe
Livid! COMPLAINT, ETC.
These Pills are al lernt (ve and produce a healthy
action of tho liver Without Hie least danger, as they
arc freo from calomel unit yet more efficacious in
restoring n healthy action of tho liver.
These remedies uro a certain euro for Consumption,
as tlie Pulnionlc Syrup li pcm tito matter and purities
the lili xxl. The Mandrake Pills act mum the liver,
create n healthy bile, nod remove all diseases of Hie
liver, often a cause nf Consumption. Tho Sea Weet]
Tonic gives lone and slrunitlli to the stomach, makes
a good digestion, and enable* the orgnns to form Rood
blood ; ami thus creates u healthy circulation of
healthy blood. The combined nction of UK I- medi
cines, as thus explained, will cure every case of
Consumption, if taken ju time, and tho usc of tjie
medicines persevered in.
Dr. Helldiek is professionally at his prim ?pal ellice,
corner .Sixth mid Arch slims, Philadelphia, every
Monday, where all Ictterx fur advice must be ad
dressed. Scheiick's medicines for sale by all Drug
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ami shoes would hoy each purent
every j car it now [mir of Shorn.
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Jt O without tho Weekly Witness till 1st Jnuu'y.
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Uoylnton Club Collection, ni no. Malo Voices.
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mllK earliest and most Prolific ?'ot ton in thc
X world. Makes from two to threo l?ales per acre,
finir weeks earlier than any other cotton. Send for
circulars. Address. W, lt. ShlAltt.KY.
Winona, Miss.
ZELLB' ENCYCLOPEDIA, New, /tov/Nkl Edition.
1:11,101 Articles, .t.imi) KiiRruvinKs und is splendid
mups. AROIIIS v.-,uited. HAKKR, DAVIS A Un. I'hilu.
i?p H I M P H R C ?x^"
lng. Prof. O. Meeker, P. 0. Dos iii, lapo rta. Ind.
LOW RESERVOIR
OAK
Are Suited to ali Climates,
AND FAMOUS FOtt BEING
BEST TO USE I
CHEAPEST TO BUY 11
EASIEST TO SELL 11 !
\?S?\?????' Knmoiia fur doing moro mid
^nAK^^BETTER COOKING,
-^ge^fflgR^ Down IT
' ''^771LV'^ ?Inlekor nnd.Clion.por
y/JlLA Than nny Rtnrooftha ?on,
fXWirf/ Famous for their
?s|sPl|fe STERLING WORTH,
ECONOMY IN FURL,
VIII/// Famoui for their
^M?-" UNIFORM BAKING.
FAMOUS FOU GIVINO
S-rt-8^-011 Everywhere,
'^fy^jj^ Especially Adapted
TO nm
i ?sis or EVERY mum
SOLD jan
BXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING COMPANY
NT* LAVIN, KIO.
AND BY
B'HIU.l H'M. It I'T TO It I-' fr" ?V CO.,
NASIIVILLB, Timi*,
E. VIIO. tl HAUT ?V ?O.,
MHMPHIM, Turnt.
KU I-, IIIIOM., ??CO..
NEW OIU,KAI?S, LA.
t'OM S BRON.,
LITTI.K KOCK AND HOT UrniKos, ARK.
KM.SIVOKTII, KU? NKL.l. A CO.,
MoniLK, ALA
WYOMINU MOKT1ILY
1>1C. HAM'Oltll'.S 5
LIVER INVIGORATOR.
Compounded entirely from t?ums.
The?e UUMH re- . Persona Ming
moro all morbid . ?3 flhouldndaptthc
or bad matter Jt_ pi? done to their in
from tho system, oo Mk\ dividual constl
Hupiilylng Ilk ri L_J tatioa, from a
their place a tenspoonftill tc
healthy flow of a tablespoonful]
bile i iuvlgorat- LU ~J according to ef
Ing the stomach, " " gm feet. For all nf.
causing food to ??3 fcctloim of Ute
digest well| PTJ- W% Mag LIVEK, lrregu
IUFYING Tnj? |_ r*4 larltlca ofStom
HLOOn, chine ?****?>% achnndBowela,
tone and Health ? Vs# -Haeasea depend
?a th* whole ma- k^i _|_- eut on or Cn u s ed
chlnery, reiuov- " " yD by anon derange
lng the cause of a__| . . ment aa HIIIOUH
the dlaeaaca, cf- ? ~t r*5! attacha, Contlve
fectlng a radical TSkt "esa, Chronic!>!.
cure. As a FAM- . ??*** nrrl??ca,I?yKp?:p
ILV IUK1HCIIVE CO I- ala, Jaundice nnd
lt ls I) Ai tittil At,- ^5 Female Weak
F.I>, and la AL- ~? J ? ncsaee. 1 tnble
WAYS SAFI?. pH apoonfull taken
nt commencement of an attnek of SICK
H EAD AC H E cures In ir? minutes, v ? : I .
LOW or MALLOW NKIIV Hf AHL YOUTH
FUIi by 1 bottle. TRY IT! For pamphlet
containing useful Information and all
about the Liver, address Jilt. SANFORD,
jew York. HOLD KY ALL I>mi??IHT.S.
aajsaBM-m This now Trims I? worn
j^ygaUJ^'-^fcAV?aBgh with perfect comf; rt
WOm v i > u T I nlgljl nnd dny. Adopts
KS K L a ? 1 lb nitm-irtoi-xi-ry motion ol
WL T BOSS. _f?St],K> i?"lv. rchiiiihiu Hup
8*' 'V^^T miller 111? liiirdt-Kt
^^^ESS^cSa^^ strain until permanent
\^ "??gnu nm w
073 Ilroadtvny New York ?Tl ly.
Heat by Mail. Call or send for circular mid be eurea
Speedily cured hy DU. BECK'S only known and
sure Homed)'. Nt? OIIA1MJK for treatment
until i-iin-d. Call oh or address
Dr. J. C. BECK, 112 John St., Cincinnati, 0.
P011TABLE GRINDING foillS.
^jgTp?".^, 15c.il I-'i'i-iu-li llurrMMIij] i i j
r?^L0?^~T% u|>i? r-rioiiM rn, for Farmor
lu JZn\A P\ Ww'""'! Worlt. .N?ip<
//K-?wStAVCfl rlor ?lilli NIOIICM ol" nil
/ sIPaK -Stu Hires, lieiialne llutcli Au
//p?B?X*fl H ker Holling ? loi li, Jil til
/SUHHKRD I'li'hn. C.-iirn Mu-Iler? mid
MS^^BB nt/uLn t'ullicj, Maimers, t ic, .-ill tiiiofr?
(V Hannor Mill Machinery mid Miller*'
^^^.^^^^R^"*a>eiip|ilU-H. Kemi fur rnciplilei.
' ^i?^ri? Nlntub 31111 t'omputir,
"*tMW ?ox 1 lao, fluclnuntl, ?.
DIVORCES li'Kiilly otdiiiiied for ineompntilillity,
el?-.; resideneu iiuueresKiiry, Kin after decree.
Addri-HH I'- tl. ?lox I OUT. Chii ni:.., ll!.
WK itr.il? piala ?nilli 18 karat OnM KngaKcmcnt or Wei-UHR
Rlagby mall (alonr riak)Man7*i1ilreii on rrrelpt ?fprlrr.
Price? Yarr aeuordlnx lo ilro and wldlh st ti ti. ti M. JH, fin,
?ISaaa f lAeach. In erderlbg uira-iuro tbs larool Joint of th?
flDRfr you d?sira flttrdwllb s narrow pleca of alliTpnprr. Wo
rnjmTc anr name, motto or dato free of charlo. Money may
ba aent ?Mr In a reelalered leliar. BAUNKU * imo., Jewoi
er*, iii Usia St., Loulavllle, Ky.
CUSHING'S MANUAL
Of Parliamentary Practice.
Huies of Brocaeding and debate In dnllborative ns
somlillca. This is the standnrd authority In all the
United Hintes and is an indispensable limul Hook for
ovary member of a deliberative body, ns a ready rof
ereneo upon tho formality and legality of any prc??
eeeolng or debate.
"Tho most authoritative expounder of American
parlinmeutary law."-CHAS. SI MN KU.
Price, 03 cents, rient by mall on receipt of prlco.
Address THOM PNON, BItOWNAm,
._,_ _ Itoalon, Jinna.
A HOLIDAY CIFT!
og?r- TIIK HKST THAT CAN' BR MADE.
Jij Iajtrveilrt), Profit.blo, ?sd rtcclaitbg.
Wm JLm PRINTING- PRESS.
dl?ai?c?i? aiATimi?li,
1 pTi eiilH for New York Weekly Wllueaa till
X *. > 1st January. Try it before soiectlug paper for '7(>.
T??IBIBI^'T In tho W?rbiT
It Glroa Unlvorsal8atlsmctlon.
WONDKRFIII. l>onomy,
40 lbs more Hrend to bbl Flour.
KAYJKM IMfl.It, i:Ofj.S, A?-.
Ono year's Faviiii?Hwlil buy n cow
NO HOHR HO fit I1RRA|>.
\Vhitcr.LI(thtor,S\rcntcr.Hieher;
KYKIlYIIOItY 1'iai.i-- ?;.
'Mo- LndleHareaH in I.ovo wltli lt.
M'.M.S ilhe HOT t'AKEN,
Jt3i>iSend nt onco for Circninr to
?UKO.P. ClANTZ ?V CO..
?Bf 170 Jinr>iu> ML,New York.
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?
i Kor nil illflmncH or tlio Lt VIT, Stomach and Spleen.
A? a ri un ity in MuliiriuiiH Kovom, llowel Com
pliiintn. Dvxrx'pHia, Mr-nliil DcpreKHimi. IICHIII-KHII'-HH,
i Jnuiidlcc. Nausea, Sick Headache, Colic, Cotuitipu
tlon ami IHIiuiiHiit'K*
IT HAN NO KQITAL
Il IH nh activo CATHARTIC, TONIC and ALTER
ATIVE, nut iiiiplciixiiut to tho tiiRto, and leaven no
LASSlTjUOEorlliL EKKKCTS aftor lt li ns operated
l?a ingmiionta aro ALL VEUETAHLE. It IH nd
IIII o i?t i-i cd without dllllrulty. ItcitUHcx no rcpul
BIVCIU-HR, and lu no event injuring tlio mont delicate
constitution.
It lina ONLY Td HE THir.ll ONCE lo-liccouio tho
favorite ami >.ii.mimd r?iiiici!y. Itu udvitntiigcH uro
secured and noticed hy a dogie trial.
dUlEOK A KUKEERElt KOlt
KO UT Y Y KA HS.-1 lin vu lictiti
n miflcrer for tin- hud forty fun ra
willi Chronic a fleet lou ot tho
Liver, I tried the Hcgnliitor,
und utter Kivliu; it u fair I rial, I
lui vt ei une to Ihoconuhisiotithnt
. lt in tin- very lient remedy I have
?.ver uneil for the Liver. My
lo nilli in now unite unod.-- R.A.
Wilson, Clnrksvllio, Virginia.
M A NC I" ACT tl ll lill ONLV UV
J. ii. ZE:II.IN ?tc?io.,
MACON. OA....ml I'HILAOELPHIA.
SMITH ORGAi CO.,
JBOSTOJNJ" M;A?B.
THESE STANDARD INSTRUMENTS
Sold by Dealers Everywhere.
Agents Wante?jii Every Town.
Soi.n TimoiiaiiovT TUB UNITES STATES, ON THE
INS l l I.it KN 1 PLAN,
That in, on a Hynlein nf Monthly I'ayniuutH.
I' II i clno i t H MIK .ii ] il link tor tho SMITH AM: nu AN
Olin? ?J Otttnto?UOS Mild fut! particulara un appli
cation.
1 f?cenla. WEKKI.V W1TNKNM till ?st Jilli
J. Ottary. Ou?rc a Spruce Street, New York.
MARU VOLIUIiHMLNIC!
Grand (holden jDrawinur
OF THE
Louisiana State Lottery
Take? Pine? Wntarttn.r, I> pct" m IM-r 35. 1*75.
POSITIVELY.
Capital Prize, $100.000.
3,.VH> I'i l?i ?, Ainnuii.liiir So $5
AT.L TN GOLD.
Ono Price to Every Rix
Tickets.
Only 200,000 Tickets at
#50.000 TJ. S.
Ourrencv.
Tenths and Twentieths in Proportion.
Oi lier Ticked* nu?l ii i lie I-'or tilrenlnr.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO.,
Lock Box 682 Post?nico, New Orleans, Ln.
C-ompotent anp Itollaldo A Ken tn Wanted th-iouo'a .
ont th? country, Umixccptluii.il guarantees io
ta nd.
AcraiN IViuiieil! Meriah anti Diploma* Atninlr,l
for JIIOI..1tAN'N MATAIIIII BIBI CC
NI: tv nuiunna DipLfcO.
1800 Iilio.icj.Hoii?. AddroKH for now circular*,
A. 3. HOLMAN ?V t'O., io. ARCH Street, Pillia!
SELTZER
"^"iVliiii'iir? ?iinr f/yniplonia ? "A??^riiot
in IIIIT?UIII Mih-, vcllownettanf ttiooyee; iiiuiKoii.ch'lill
nv. Irregularity of Ilia IM'IWOIA, mu? nominell?? If MI.
your liver ?H wrom; ; itml tn roi it righi it ml giro tmin
mu? vigor tn ymir ny H tom, Ilm on., thing needful ?H
TARIMPS SELTZER APRltlBlIT.
HUIJD UV ALI. im?UUlSTH.
R EMIN OTON .
ANY 1'KltSON owning n, Sowing Machino which
in Hourly worn out. or I1IH>H not ilo Un? work re
Mllired, will timi lt to thoir mlvuiitiii?e to KI-IKI UH II
ik-(criptioti o? their Mu. i,hi.', mu? gol our litoral
t<-rniH of exrhmiRe for tho I.l|;lit Illuming; Hi'in
liigton. lt in fully wnrrmitcil for livo yen rn. mu?
HiitiKfurtliMi i? guaranteed in every liiHtmire, or tho
money will to rv tit moil to tho pr.rrhnHiir. Tho moHt
llheral torniH tn IIL'I'IIIH nuil CIIBII huyen?. Samples of
work mu? nil p H i ii ulm H hy mull to pnrticK Ms i IN; ut
ii tlhttnticn. A.lill..-"?. J. CLARY & ?TO.. U?n'l
.VK'I?. .'tn N mn mci Ut.. NIIMII? Mle. 'IViin.
ol Now lt.iITnli) Ulli Ucrolve-dpftl ? VV
Willi timi :?ttri.liroH. *:t to :20.oU0nohl ; every onimnrrnn.
lilt ; fintlfifiM.IInn KiinrnutiHtil. lUuilralnt CaUtln-Jut Frre.
W1CSTK11? tam WOltlis, <llil< n*;n, III.,
0? n.inrtiuni M., (McCormick Mock).
t?f?k)r\ Dally to Agent*. (W now?rUcIoiinml tho lioHt
?IP??'" " Family Paper in Amcricu.with t wo*.'.<'hro
IIKM, fno. AMf M'F'II flt.. 2?a llrniiilwuy. N. Y.
$15 SHOT GOR
.x .i.milli- barrel giih.bar or front nrtjon lock*, wnr
I i ni.-.I gouuinn twint hnrri'ln. nuil II Bowl shooter, mi
NO BALI: ; with Flank, l'oitrh anil Wml-cnttor, fur ?l.'..
l'un hu no t O. O. I)., with privilruo tn . xniiiitu' to
fnri? paying MU. Komi ntamp for circular to F. I'tlW -
KLL A SUN, (inn Dentera, zit Mitin St.Olh?llimUl.O.
LOTTERY
!?7A WS oh thi STitli ni cm ii month; Hy iitilhority
tho LcgiKlnt tro. 8275.000 In lani- I*rlEca, on?
?liante In five, TIckrlM 01 ruell, or ten for' Kt,
lonvlng H> to lu? deducted from tho prlxeti nftor tho
? Iru? im:. Full particular* neut free Aihlri'HH,
j. .M. iMTTKK, Lalwnito VUy, W;OUIIHK.
SOOTHING SYRU?
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING.
KO lt SALK PY ALL lUtl'OlilSTS.
IPr'rontH. IloporlH of Moody nml Hankey Meeline*.
UNKW VOR H WI'KKIiY WlTNtMN.
[BE DB. .T. C. T^lQIirTL.O"w7^BB
RESIDENT P^YSICIAX. HIW,
tr*^ ?ri v?t lt (In winning; to knowf' J ..
Bh? thc Curative propprtlpn ofwfH >
IJVJJ** Hot Mprlngn, can obtain HfZ^Jji
vJlftO hy nddrenalng; l>r. Hlgolo'W, Wajlyl
AM. WANT IT-thoiiHitiiilnfif liven nnd
mil lii.ii- of properly HOVOII hy it-for
tunen made hy lt-particular* free.
C. M. LININOTON Sc UllO., Now York
nml Chicago.
J>QQA A MONTH. 100 A ItTIOLKS !
(IP?J ?JU Address lt. N. ItAMHKY. Detroit. Mich.
tt?C tn &f)f\ a ilny nt homo. Bamples woifih f I ?mt
ipO III ipZU free. STIMSON A Co., l'orthiml. Malup
HEN WIUTIKtt TO Ai>VKBVi?Btt?.
plenao nay ?ron un? tim M*y*XV4F!*!?l>|l
III Ulli pnnei'. H. J*, li. 18.
SEWING
MACHINES.
/Liberal Tor ma of Ex
changoior Bocond-lmn d
Macmnoa of every des
cription.
"DOMESTIC" PAPER FASHIONS.
The Deft P?ttetnj made. ;;<-n.l.'.. u for fiaUWn..
Address DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.
Aowtta WAK?O. -Jt MEW VORK.

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