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Louisville, Ky., is one hundred
There is no monument over
President Tyler's grave.
"The spirits of '76"'-Mes ars.
Hewitt and Watterson.
"Oh, woman, thy name is frailty !"
Mrs. Jenki, w'i %t is your name ?
The New York hotel keepers are!
about to form a protectoral associa
The average yearly income of a
Frenchman is $80; that of a German
New York Sun : John Sherman
does not admire Eliza Pinkston at
present so much foi her beauty as
for her silence.
During Miy the Paris Exhibition
was visited by 1,672,361 porsons,
and a much larger attendance is
anticipated in June.
The New York Wortel says that
Mrs. Jenks, like Arteinus Ward's
kangaroo, is "an anoosin' but on,
principled little cuss."
Anti-treating societies, which aro
springing up in various platces,
allow members to drink, but not
to treat or be treated.
The strain of exultation in the
voice of the mosquito is now ex
plained. There is a strike in the
mosquito netting factory at Pat
Nearly all the county conventions
so far held in North Carolina have
pronounced for Governor Vance for
the next United States Senator.
The Republicans of the second
judicial district, of North Carolina,
mostly colored people, have nomi
nated one of their own race for
If the Republicans are unable to
think of anything else, a second
term of Hayes betoer than a third
term of Grant.- Uincinnati Gomn
.Jefferson Davis has been elected a
member of the Association of the
Confederate Army of Tennessee,
and at its meeting in New Orleans
he will be presented with a gold
A Western paper thinks that
farmers should rnot be in a hurry to
sell their wheat except at fair prices.
Europe will take our surplus at
good figures, large as that surplus
Mr. S. J. Tilden has an eye on
both Thurman and Hendricks. The
old man is giving the boys plenty of
rope, but keeps a tight grip on the
handle of the windlass-Cincinnati
Hon. Beverly B. Douglass, of
Virginia, the arst American Con..
gressman who was ever known to
appear in public under the inilu
once of liquor, has announced him
self as a candidate for re..eleotion.
The one hundredth anniversary of
the crossing of the Delaware by
Washington, when in pursuit of
General Sir Henry Clinton, after the
evacuation of Philadelph~ia, was
celebrated at Lambertville, N. J.,
Saturday, with imposing cere
A dual tragedy occurred on the
plantation of Mr. Samuel Horn, on
Beach Island, last Wednesday even-'
ing. Several pistol shots were
heard :early in the night in the
house of David Crawford, and par
ties who hastened to the spot foun~d
Crawford and his wife wel tering in
their blopd. The woman was dead,
and the man died soon afterwards.
Crawford had murdered his wife
and then shot himself, inflicting a
wound which caused his death. It
is suppoed that he was insane.
SUIoID AT SAND BARt FER RY.-Mr.
WaIter 1,4azer, of Augusta, a gen
tieman forty years, went on boa~rd
the diat at Sand Bar Ferry on
Thursday morning at 5 o'clock, and'
when in th. deepost p art of the
Savan,iIn Biver ~jumped overboard
and Wailr wne&
PIANOS & ORGANS
At Manufacturers' Prices.
EVERY MAN HIS OWN AGENT
LUDDEN & BATES,
1 THE1: Great Vholesail Piano aal Orgtan
Dealers of the South, w,wt sell In
struments irom all leading l1akers ti ireet
to purchnsers on the No Agents, No
Conimissiont Plan, at Manufacturer's Fac
tory PiciEs, thereby giving puircha..is
the large comissions heretol>re jtida
Agents. From $50 to $10 1 atua'ly Save.1
in the purchase of an Instrituent inlder
this new system. W\rite for particulars.
We can't be undersold.
THAT BEAT THE WORLD.
7 Oet. Pianos, SI:15. -1 Stop Organs. .a3
7 Oct P'ianos, 115. IStop Organs, ;u.
7 Oct. Piatnos, 160. ,I.stop>Ore nns, I;7.
Or'd Sq'e Pianos, 178. 12 Stop t:rgans,78
MASON & IA.\LIN ORGANS,
7 Stops, $100. 9.1-tops, $108.
Send North ad be Swindlilo.
Not by reputable :makers likc St 'ini wa,
Chickering. Steek, Knab', Ibut by II.'n,
MiIantufactuttres iiwho advertie " i'Ia ians
for $2,;, Gtt0 Pianos fot .175; $-70 ()r
gans for $0i. I Decptio n anil Irai I at
in all suei absurad otflori. Ii iv i: .t
m1ens ma:10 by Iid and alw.ya r.lilablt,
Cltiekcring & Sons, 1nabll ,\ ('.0,
H'l leat &]Davis. Mlathushek; 1.nolo.,,
11aines Bros., Jtltson 1 ltinlin.
And1 you will have i thu a I tlat will las,
a lifetitae and pleaasl vot lwa(itt r every
day. All Iustruntents we sell baar tho
iakers tttl..es an.l1 atre guarinted t'ur six
Fifteen Days TOil
If desired. W\'e pay all freight if not
satisftetory. Illu1strated (atalorues free.
LUDDEN & rATES,
april12--3m iavatnnal, ia.
For Disoasos of tho
Throat and Lungs,
such as Coughs,
N r Colds, Whooping
*Asthmna, and Con-.
'The reputntion it has~ attained, In
conlsequence ohf lte marvellous cures it
has produ1cedl diuring ;he last halt' ceni
tury, is ai suillicient alssuranlce to thle
public that it wIll 'onttinuet to realiz.e
the hafpp)iest results tit at he desired.
In ntost everCIy hectIon of countryl'3
there are persons, publicly known, whlo
even desperate dlisealses of the lungs,
b)y its use. All who have tr'ied it atc
knowledge its superIorIty ; anid where
its virtues are knowvn, 11o oneO hesltates
as to wh'1at mteeiie to emlploy to reC
lleve the distr'ess and sullcierng p)eculiar
to puhlontary allfections. ClimnY PEC
TonA!, alwvays affords Instant rel ief, and
per'formls rapid cur'es of the milder v'a
rieties of' brlonchiall disorder, as wvell as
the more foridaible disease.s of' the
As a saf'eguardl to children, amidc
the distressIng diseases whiIch beset
the Throat and Chest or Childhood, It
is invaluable; for, b)y its t,imely use,
multitudes arc rescued and restored to
'This medicine gains tfriends at
every trial, as the cures it Is constantly
producIig are too remliarkabtlle to be
forgotten. No family should be wvitht
out it, and those who have once used
it never ill..
EmInent Physicians throughout the
coulntry prescribe It, and Clergymnt
often recomminend It fromi theIr knowl
edge of Its eilfects.
Dr. 1, Ca AVER & C0,, Lowell, Mass,*
Pactical and Analyttenl Chemilsts.
SOLD liT ALL DIIUGISTS EVwlt ERE,BtB
--HO I FOR -
T HE~ first House in town to redluce
Whiskey to ton cents a drink, Beer
to five cents a glass andi Billiards fif teen
cent.. per game. hlaving a large and well
selected lot of Pure Liquors on hand of
which the following,aro a few of the
Pure old Kentucky Bourbon, Cabinet,
KXXX and Baker Rye, Sour Mash Stono
idountain Oorn, a specialty, Cogono,
California, Peach and Apple Brandies.
Champagne, Sherry anud Port Wines.
Oinoinnti Lager Deer always kept on
ite, and all sorts of fancy and cool drinks
prepared in the most tasty marner at
April 804: 3, D. McCARLEY.
KLINCK, WICz NBE 4a & CO,
HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND A CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF
-AND A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
TE'AS, WINESJ ANThD IQUtOI.SS
\lit)EH&I sent receive the sate attention as wiien given in pqrson; ind spechil
. earo isgiven to packing. end fur (atalogie.
TO THE PUBLIC.
1YIve her.-toor, led the FUI, TlE trade of the
-1 S lu hl, in'i styl, qual:ity an,1 p ric,a.
l ii' tinii 11 c ) uu no wIn t:".) ,; ) 1s a n 1.i ) hapire'Iaso.l as choap from mic as in1
the North it,l W,.st
I d)o not go b a(.ctvarils, b:lt c:ontinualiy raisc the st:111a'i of my goods, ent1 add
ii'-wt sty'('. 1 h1 ,v ':1m1 ' r.! l'".i,):1 sin rI. --)w.)r:v r v4ib1 , andl, s2 .rredi no
crxl"'nse ti l>1,co in you r ha l a4 :1h'ic i lil it will h1"11 1'yu t->) p--truhaso go-ds.
I respectfully inivito you to call and examnine ilny stock and prices before pur
)r.lers b lin w r v nuch aition as if givn in )crS'U.
I tonl. I ill u ii tte list too lr ;, t > o ri), an l -r' }y alI tie ditlferont priceR of
1'.rlor Suits. liiugi m !n. lli::-o. Stan ling. L'.m iror anw L dies' Luslks, Secretn
iUs. Dtwart Librl'ai' ,t ill II i (C-lso, ln:utllt r iit ll' 11 by m,.
h'1anllhing you for past favors, I 1emilnl l, yous I spc lfulliy,
U. V. DhdmAAF,
147, 147.1 and 1 9, . l STREET,
jan 8- - , 1, -
ebar i fir drayagv or packing.
Arrived and to arrivo, con
sist.ing of Walnut Chambei
Suites, Pailte(l Cottage Suites
W;taln>Ibes, Sideboards, Safes,
,. Book Cases, 13ureaus, Tables
Chairs, tBedsteads, Cribs
n - Desks, To a el racks, Wash
,. -tanld, Lounges, Sofas, IHall
Hat Racks, Coat
Hooks, Corner Stands-for
SDsigtl and .Workmntislhip Un
Stve lighl bills by purchasing AT HOME.
A NEW SUPPLY OF
v1 ''t"lr, Wisnow Su)HD:s, Low in Price, Durablo and Convenient. They
wtil noeter gut out of ordur, and will last longer thaui any other Shades
Spring Beds, Pictur e Frames, Pictures, Brackets, Mirrors, Children's
Aid Shingles at Prices to Suit the Times.
Neatly dono at modorato Prices. F-rni,turo mInade to order.
I1 keep on hand a full supply of Metaie and TRwwmd Bnrial C'ases
andl Collhns of thu jinest linibli. Also, a chea p stoe of ColIlins.
R. W~7. Phillips.
The Patenit Self-Acting Cow Milkcer MTg' 0o.
Pvrr one wbonownq ai~~ co ,hotl1, h-rv e onn of moir wonderftl1 Milki'ra
~ I 0emr It. u,t- i a u ia nute c t: ii. ctsri .1 t of iJ. sea tur ciar
P.. *G~ EO. E. KC I NG, President.
Ocico, 575 nroad way, New York.
WA TERS' ORCHIESTR ION ,:Oi OAORGAN
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b cl' lve. iellee a mmg
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ecanePitE 'iITYLl ./ OCNG carimhu great T~ .J
timluuIic t milnie,g culmnb lo fo lirlormur ( ihurct.
AR tEe TH mlE. I ESTimulit A DE ,imthe Ton le,Touch,';'~-'iY
WoAlnansl1hl(,, *A'ndIu Dunil.. urtnaSe.
PH0E ESTitEMEL I. W.for cQash.3Ionroeit
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Niscnt i-s..1Iiwer,hu-rp.csht NIe.10
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strdtg hulare mihiceneltsofeid i -Grie s~In3tueliy in~ Co.
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