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attews and Nnd
TW -SH SLAY] MART.
E!0Ok TIE HAR EMS ARE SUPPLIE)
WITH BEA UTIES.
Oirpedsian Girls at Two Hundred
Polnds Turkish, ac Georgians One
Hundred and Twenty---Black Girls at
Ai. correspondent of the Paris
Gatdois desoribps a recent visit to a
slave. sale in Constantinople, Not
withstanding the nominal abolition
of the slave trade in Turkey, through
the efforts of the oivillaed Eur pean
Governments, it still continues in a
furtive way, As long as the harem
exists, this trade will exist.
This sale was in a house. All the
winlows facing on the street were
closed. The correspondent accom
panied an Egyptian friend and his
valet in a carriage to the mosque of
the Sultan Mahomet, at which point
they turned into narrow and com
pliqated streets, which finally be
came impassable. They alighted
before apile of mud which could be
crossed only on foot. Reaching the
house, they were introduded into th1e
selemlik, or chamber reserved for
nale visitors, Here they found th
slave dealer standing, a shoryt pipe
in hand. He was a little old Tri:
politan, . Gassirgi-Messoud-Aga by
narge. He has followed the busi
ness for forty years. After the cus
tomary salutations, pipes and coffee
were offered and taken with the
silence pAcual to Orienitals brpgrp any
business transaction. An ebony
young eungeb soon entered and
whispered in Messoud's ear. The
latter made a sign of acquiescence,
and, turpni to the guests, said ,
"Bouyouron (permit me.) The
guests rose and followed him into
the rooin of the harem. A long
diyan, about a foot and a half high
and four feet wide, surrounded
three sido Qf the chamber. An
excavation in the wall held the
cushions and coverings used at
night. The floor was covered with
mats and loose pieces of carpet.
Upon the divan were seated, side by
side, two white girls from Circassia,
in the dress of their country. Op
posite were three other women, one
of whom was white, from Georgia,
snd the others black. All arose as
the visitors entered. One of the
Circassians seemed scarcely 14.
She-lad bright chesnut hair, long
dark pyc-lashes, which shaded eyes
pf liquid blue ; a light, well-rounded
form and regnj fpatgres, overcast
with melancholy. She was a beauty
of the first class. Her companion,
aged 18, was slightly less beautiful,
but was , parformer on the
kemendja or Turkish violin. In
addition, she was recommended as a
good cook, seamnstress and washer.
Her brown hair fs)) fio har knees.
She looked, at the visitore coolly,
and fixed her eyes on jthe Egyptian
with an expression that seampd to
aisk him to purchase her. At a sg
from Messoud one of the black girls
disrobed the Circassians. This was
not a complicated procers, as their
dress ~as simply a tunic, a pair of
trousr snad a chemise, The
youn'ger seemed distressed; the
other simply fixed her eyes upon the
floor. Messoud passing his hands
over them, called attention to their
good ppoints, and made them show
th~ regular, pearly teeth. He
dw also upon the strict decorum
of t~erantecedents. After an ex
aminagon .of the Oprgian and a
glanee at th~e black girls the par~y
.returned to the selamlik to close the
bargais.. The younger Circasiani
was quoted at 200 pounds Turkish,
th el r 4 180, the Georgian at
120i The - pjiian found them
too high priced and took one of the
black girls for 88 pound.s He sum
ply wantsd a house servant. The
Malebeb comlpted, the party were
pgainasepwed .wit pipes and coffee,
'The pr~elimiinaries to this were
conducted with great caution. The
valet of the )Dgyptian was sent th~e
day b.efore -to annsounca Maj muaster's
desire, ppd #Iessotdd imediately
eame to tIa heiter jbo assure himgeif
thaJbo ~was i~ for a preisonial in
apeio4 ,f , as onstoxnier. As a
mer1e i6r o the harem would
have been eyed askance, the corres
pobiet was intrpduced as Tahir
g Syrian gentleman who
whedto tak~e aeelanbserpaid home
th Jdig~ hav.e organ
ers~'l0e RXey meet to
4t1el r ibtis' #deks. It is
Mdof- hit at the minns clubs
y 1atrcln awear, while
A few Quotations Commonly Suppoggd
to be from the Bible.
There are many familiar phraseo
in cogstant use, which the majority
of the people supuse to have their
origin in the Bile, an4d use them in
that connection. The New York
Observer corrects tlis errox in the
following lpanner, But, as the
phrases are very fine, we still love
to see them. To prevent piisquota
tion from the scripture, it gives
('God tempers the wind to the
shorn lamb." From Sterno's "Sen
timental Journey to Italy." Com
pare Isaiah xxvi., 6.
"In the midst of life we are in
death." From the Burial Service ;
and this originally from a hymn of
"Bread and wine which the Lord
hath commanded to be received."
From the English Catechism.
"Not to be wise above what if
written." Not in Scripture.
"The merciful man is mereiful to
his beast.' The Scriptural form is :
"A righteous man regardeth the life
of his beats." Prov, i 10.
"A nation shall be born in a day."
In Isaiah it roads : "Shall a nation
be born at once ?"
"As iron sharpeneth iron, so doth
t man the countenance of a friend."
"Iron sharpeneth ; so a man sharpen
eth te countenance of his friends."
Prov. xxvii., 17.
"That he who runs may read."
"That he may run that readeth."
Hob. xi., 2.
"Owe no man anything but love."
"Owe no man anything but to lpye
one another."-[Rore. x ;i., 8.
"Prone to sit as tho sparks fly
upward." "Born to trouble as the
sparks fly upward."-[Ron. v, 7.
"Exalted to Hoaye in point Qi
privilege." Nqt in the Bible.
1vo was not Adam's helpmate, but
merely a help meet for him ; nor
was Absalom's long hair the instru
ment of his destruction ; his head,
and not hair upon it, haying been
caught in the bows of the tree. (2
Samuel, xviii., 9.) .A London wig
maker once made a sign iupon which
was pairyted Absalon3 suspended
from the branches of the oak by his
hair, and underneath the following
If Absalom hadn't worn his own hiir,
He'd no'er been found banging to it.
rV3D-E TI lH3
PURIFIES THE BLOOp, ThNPVATEs AND
INVzUoRATES THE WHOLE SYSTEM.
ITS MEDICAL PROPERTI E
Al terative, Tonic, Solvent and
Vegetine Reliable Evidence.
Mn. H. R. STEVENS:
Uear Sir-I will most cheer
egetine fully add my testimony to
the great nulizur you have
Vegoin piready received in favor of
your great and geod medi
cine, VEoETINE, for I do not
Vegetine think enough can be said
in its praise, for I was troubled
over thirty .years with that
Vpgetino 4ireadful disease, Catarrh,
and had stuch kii4 cougjhing
.spells that it woul seem as
Vegotine th< ugh I never could breathe
any nore, and YEGETINE has
cured me; and 3 do feel to
Voetine thank God all the time that
there is so good a miedicine as
Vegti eR TINE, aJ) also thinkh
Veeieit one of the best nged icines
for coughs and weak, sinkiing
Vegetine' feelings at the stomach, and
advise everbody to take the
YErIETIE, for I can assure
Vegeting them it is on~e of the best
medicines that ever was.
MRS. L. GORE,
Yegeting Cor-. Magazine and Waljput
Streets, cambridge, Mass,
Vegetine Health, Strength a~nd
My daughter ha'' received
Vegetine great benefit from the u'se of
V EOETINE. He; cpliping
.heaith was a source of great
Vag~tine anxiet to all her friends. A
few Mttles of YEoETINE re
Vegetjne st 4,ic )rh*a.lth, st.rengtb
N. H. TILDEN,
VY e"n insuranoe and 1Seal Estate
. Agnt No. 49 Sears Building,
Vegeiiw CANNOT BE
Vegetine -2D.c, e 1.e ci..
Ve etine CHAnrESTOWN, Mpg. 19,380.9.
vegwn jR . STEVENs:
Dear Sir-This is to certify
Vogetine that I have used your "Blo
Preparation" in my ~famiily
for several years, aind thipk
Vegetine that, for Ser fula or Canke
rous Hu;9ers or Rhbeuzmatic
affections, it cannot be ex-.
Vegetistke celled and as a blo ~~ inler
or spig mediie .sthe
V.egetine ad 1 1aveh~ e .pysyset
.everything. .cp oheerfui ty
~Tgene *,*moa oh a aelne
Yours ;espeotta ,
- MI#, A. A. DI~MflE,
~/4 ~:~ STEVENS,
TO OUR CUSTOMERS
W HO are indebted to us for PROVIS
IONSr PHOW4ATS, we would respect
fully call attention, that your bills are due
on or before the first of November. We
are depending on you for payment AT
ONCE, to enable us tg meet obligations
made to assist yng, and whioh are due at
In order for us, as well as you, tq imain
tain our oredit, it is necessary to mfeet cur
Beaty, Bros@ Sona
DOZ.. - OT
H AS returned and will now display for
the benefit of his Patrons, the
citizens of Fairnield,
the Nobbiest, Tilden, Hampton, Custer and
all other styles.
The mostlstylish Suite, of the latest and
most~ approved make and style.
of the latest and most becomnig stles, to
suit the most fastidious. All I scof my
friends is do themselves the justice, and
SQL the favor. to look at his Sook before
making purchases. My Stock of
BOOTS AND SH0ES
Is complete. Hosiery, Underwear, Shawls,
and Blankets. I can comn eta with any
one in this market, or else here. All I ask,
Is a call, to convince myfredth Jey
oct ie SOL. WOLFE.
JOHN D. MYcCARLEY,
,tsted pext to Doty & Co.'s store1
EAS reently keep ;efiteod, end fas.
nished with a fsall supply of 911hei0.0
A RESTAt*fMANT has been opened is
the roar of the building, where may bhe
hed .8t.p11 $ po ve1ythIpg ustyglJy kept
at .a Brt bihmn-sc as
Qypor, iu, ardges, best, delica
elo, eta, -. idee ,everythig that Abe
nigs)( ast diote a desire.
OmTY My A G4Lh
~HE undersigned he)er 'I m otice
..that frpU 11 he FIsi on
aL~he~ey w eoept 0 prderu
'fb oo f -mauje, Ihoi erms will
U R. Flelliel
EEDS constantly on hand a full sup
ply 9 Choice WAMILY G.QCOERIES and
PjIANTATION SUPPLIES. His stock kas
recently boon repleninhod, and ho is now
ready to supply the wapts of all.
Si noo HAMPTON is Governor
of the Whole People,
BARQAINS, BARGAINS, I!Oi
ALL AT THE
DRY QOODS, FANCY GOODS
IN Dross Goods. Calicoes, Bleached
and Unbleached Muslins, Shawls,
Furs, Cloaks,Boulevard Skirts, Cor
sets, Millinery Goods, Flowers,
Blankets, Pants Goods, Checked
Homespuns, Boots and Shoes
of all kinds, Aten's Hats
JUST OPENED FOR HOI4II)AyS
A lot of Fancy Goods, suitable for
Fresh Family Groceries, fJlhpese,
Mracaroni, Soap, Candles, Starch,
French and Plain Candies, Cocoa
nuts, Oranges, Northern Apples,
Sugar and Soda Crackers, Lemons,
Canned Goods, Fire Crackers, Prize
Gapdy, Irish Potatoes for eating
purposes, Tobacco,Cgars, Mackerel
&c., &c.,-all of which 'will be sold
as low as the lowest.
Agent for Butterick's reliable
Paper Patterns.-a supply of latest
.tyls for Ladies and Childrea, just
dcc 21 J. 0. BOAG'S.
U. 0. DESPORtTES
CONCEDF,,D to soil these Goods which
he makes a specialty lower than any other
iperchant in the city.
A fresh assortp~cpt of Christmas Goods
just at hand.
French and American Candies.
Northern Apples, Or anges, ,Cocoanuta,
A large assortment of foreigni and do.
.AT VERY LOW PRICES..
piCall and examine.
M Vt. Zion Institute,
THE patropagS o~f the oitizepis
Qf fairfild js earpestly gglcited
fo this time honored School.
TERMq, R'AABLE ONF, HALP QUAR~TER1LY IN
1st Gr.ade per Quarter of 10 weeks, *15 00
2nd '" " \t" " 82D0
Primary ." " " . *0 00
A few pupils will be recei borers
boins faiyo h Principal *ampy
WE have now completed one of
thp best stocks of
JOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS,
IN THE COUNTY.
We will not bp undersold. Let uq
say, however, that our best
Calicoes are 10 cents a
yard. We cannot
soil them lower
and have a
uniform profit on all Goods.
GIVE US A CALL.
TO 01JR COLOLED FRIENDS
As you have always put confi
dence in us, we will state that yog;
may depend on getting goods at a
regular even prioe.
No baits held out to any one,
LOW PRICES OF
I. , Loetch& C0's,
15EST line of N otions ip .theo pounty.
Gents' Furnishing 0 oods of best qality,
Blankets, Shawls and Boulevard Skirts,
at theo lowest prices.
Special attentipi called to the -largest an4
best seleted Stock Qf Kentucky
goana eve- .before offered
,t~o the Fairfield
Ladies' $.ximmed Hats ip great variety
'fE'goye goods will ;be po~ld either g
Wholesale or R1etaiI,
A4l} goo4s .offered low for OASI.
GALL AND SEE US..
WE DEFY QOM.PETITION,
R,. F. Leetch & Co~
aduet 8 - AloaIihP E41&ar