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The President has been assessed
$5,000 for the Republican campaign
The Baltimore papers give the
names of families in that city who
grew rich by privateering in the war
with Great Britain.
On the 29th of April the Czar
passed his sixtieth birthday, thus
proving the fallacy of the generally
believed assertion that no Romanoff
could attain that age.
Speaking of dancing, a clergyman
hits the nail on the head with the
rem ark that "people usually do
more evil with their tongues than
w ith their toes."
A farmer was asked why he did
not take the newspaper. "Because,"
said he, "my father, when he died,
left me a good many newspapers,
and I have not read them through
Grant has been heard from again.
He is at Paris, and is traveling on
the reputation for wisdom which he
acquired at Constantinoplo by
keeping his mouth shut-and his
Miss Kellogg says that newspaper
men are like lemons, fit only to be
squeezed as much as possible and
then tossed aside. We did not
know thlit Miss Kellogg was such a
"Does your sister Annie ever say
anything about me, sissy ?" asked
an anxious lover of a little girl.
"Yes," was the reply ; "she said if
you had rockers on your shoes
they'd make a nice cradle for my
The other evening in London, on
leaving the opera, a short sighted
gentleman said to a lady with a
fashionable long train over her armn,
"Do allow me to carry your mantle
for you;" upon which he seized
and elevated the train, blushed and
Solicitor Raynor, of the treasiury,
has given a written opinion to the
effect that the suits brought by the
United States government to re
cover gold paid out of the Con..
federate treasury at the close of the
war to civil officers of the Con feder
ate government cannot be main
The London Wrorld thinks society
4 ~does well to remember that of the
ninety-nine (reputed) innocent
sheep, ninety-eight are perhaps
neither more nor less guilt:y thanI
the one which has openly gone
astray. It is not so much the
C devious excursion from the fold
itself which is the offense, but the
accident of its detection.
An Egyptian mummy at Colum
bus, Ohio, is said to be the remains
of a woman who died when she was
284 years old. The information
i concerning her age is said to have
T been deciphered from her tomb,
and it pr'oves two things : First,
that thei Bible records of the dura
tion of human life are true ; second,
that the age of an Egyptian woman
was not kept secret after her death.
WakT IDANIEL WEBSTER THoUGHIT
or' PUBLIo LIFE AND PoLITIos-In
Peter Harvey's "Reminiscences" of
the great statesman, just published,
is the following confession to the
"I am not unaware-and it would
be deoatin i meto enyit-that
I hve pulicreptatonto leave
to posterity ; but it has been earned
'with difficulty. If I were to live my
life over again, with my present
expei-Ience, I would, under no cir
eumstances and from no considera
tion., allow myself to enter public
life. The.- public are ungrateful.
. The. man who serves the p)ublie most
faithfully receives no adequate re
wgjd. In my own history, the acts
wiatch have been, before God, the
nmost disinterested and the least
sitained by selfish considerations,
have been most freely abused. No,
ao I have nothing to do with poli.
'tie. 8.1 Seour iron ; eat the bread
.f i,deodehoe; e up port your
?dnily wt the rewards of honeat
Mark Twain told a nowspnper re
l)Ortor that lie was going abroad i.
order to find a quiet place to write,
where he would not be disturbed once
a day. It is singular that it never oo,
ourred to him to remain at home and
secure a desk in a store that don't
FOR THE CAMPAIGN!
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,40 EAST 3 4th 'T-aUNION SQUAR E,N.Y
Best is Cheapest.
NEW WILLCOX & GIBBS
Silent Sewinq MYachine.
Latest InventIon, Producing Marvelous
1ts surpassing merIt pilnees It beyond all comn
petItion, andh makes It the cheapest, not wIth
standing the large Inducements offered by
sellers of notny, hard-runnIng, troublesome, two
thread, iension IunchineOs.
Only 1Machine in the World with,
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HLINCH, WICENEE, & 00,
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HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND A CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF
-AND A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
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ORDERS sent recoive the same attention as when given in person; and special
care is givon to packing. end for Catalogue.
jan TERMS CASH.
TO THE PUBLIC.
'[Y customers know that I have horotoforo led the FURNITURE trade of the
.L South, in style, quality and prices.
The ti!ne h.ts comue whoa theso goods can be pturehasoul as cheap from me as in
the North and West.
I do not go backwards, but continually raise the standard of my goods, and add
new styles. I h .vo uwla reluutions in pri-.oes w herovor iossiblo, and sparod no
expense to place in your han:ls a p-ioo list that will help you to piurohase gtii.ls.
I respnetfully invito you to call and examine my stock and prices beforo pur
Orders by mail wi!l receive as much attrntion as if given in person.
It would-matie the li:it too lar'ti tn descrilbo an I 'c'y all the different prices of
Parlor Suits, Dining Ito m, ()1I,, Standing, Parlor and L'dies' Dosks, Secreta
ries, Dwarf Libraries, and Book Cases, maanit"tctured by mp.
Thanking you for past favors, I remain, yours respectfully,
G. V. DeGRAAF,
147, 147j and 149, BROAD STREET,
jan 8-- A-fl
prNo charge for drayage or packing.
Arrived and to arrive, con
sisting of Walnut Chambei
Suites, Painted Cottage Suites
'Ward robes, Siceboards, Safes,
Book Cases, Bureaus, Tables
' "i 4',:, Chairs, Bedsteads, Cribs
Desks, To .t el-racks, Wash.
" stand9, Lounges, Sofas, Hall
,tands, Hat Racks, Coat
i:[noks, Corner Stands-for
esihn and Workmanship Un
iWr Save high bills by purchasing AT HOME.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
RUSTICO WINDOW SHADES, Low in Price, Durable and Convenient. They
will never get out of order, and will last longer than any other Shades
Spring Beds, Picture Frames, Pictures, Brackets, Mirrors, Children'a
And Shingles at Prices to Suit the Times.
Neatly done at modorate Prices. Furniture made to order.
I keep on hand a full supply of Metalic and Rosewood Bnrial Cases
and Coilins of thu finest finish. Also, a cheap stock of Coffins.
SPR. W. Phillips.
For Scrofula, and all - .
sipela.s, Rose or St. An
thony's Fire, Eruptions .~
and "Erupt ive diseases *
of the skin, Ulerations
of the Liver, Stomach,
Kidneys, Lungs, Pium- .. MR taea~
pis 'utue,Boils, run JULY 1. 1811.
Blothes, umrs, Tet- wEi CL AIMt FOn THE, IMPZIOVED
ter, Salt Rheunm, Scald
Uead, Ringworm, Ulcers, Sores, 971 IT &YN'
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Pamn in the
Bones,Side and HIead,Female Weak- SEM EEE
fnss Sterility, Leucorrhawa, arising
fromintenalulceration, and( uterine $
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cases, Dropey, D)vspepsia, limacia- riorit.y:
ftin, tenea Debility, and for Puri- i --- Or- 4 yicyi o.
This Sarsaparilla is acombination of -.* -~ Da i bmsy.~
vegetable altcratives--Sitillingia,Man- J -- Exeed ingly Lighat Rsun
drake,Yellow Dock--with the Jodides ns.
of Potassium and Iron, and Is the 4I-Still t ununing. Noiseleux,
most eficacious medicineyet known J5--Perrmsbi all Varieties og
for the discases It is intendeddto cure. n k
Iing'redients are so skilfully 6- Beauity of Finista anda
cobndthat the full alterative a i~rmanaihlp.
effect of each is assured, and while */0RE IEET'UTON I N
it Is so mild as to be harmless even E I ( K:'
to children, it Is still so effectual as Single Machines sent on orders direct
to purge out- from the system those from the Factory, written guarantee with
impurities and corruptions which each Machine.
develop into loathsome disease. WHY PAY OLD PRICES!
The reputation It enjoys is derived
from its cures, and( the confldence Mr-Pend for ciroulars and particulars.
which prominent phtysicians all ever Address,
the country rep~ose in It pr1oves their
exp>erience of its usefulness. Thee W h i1nry M t"g. Co.,
'ertiicates attesting its virtues Paterson, N
have accumulated, and are con
stantly being received, and as many -____
of these eases are Pmblicly known1 A UGUST A H1 uT EL
they furnish convincing evidence ot
the superiority of this Sarsapanrilla Corner of Bread and Washington Streets,
over every other alterative medicine.
So generally Is its superIority to any A UGUSTA, G 4.
Iother medicine known that we need
do no more than to assure the public HAS been thoronghly renovated, re.
that the best qualities it has ever modele and newl furnished. It
possessed are strictly maintained. is located In the centre of business
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