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Gambling In TVaslilnglon.
- A oorrenpondMifrwho 1 tfOlinp some interesting stories of life in Washington yenrs ngo, says : Washington for many years has been a hot-bed for gamblers of high and low degree. Thero were a dozen faro banks on the Avenue within a stone's throw of OadHby's, on the corner of Bixth street. Many of those establishments had club rooms attached, where members of Con gress and others amused themselves with braa, vingt-et-un, and whist. Draw poker came into vogue at a later day. Gambling, and for large sums, was com mon, particularly among Southern an4 Western members. Scores of them from Ohio, Indiana, Kontucky, Tennessee, and the Gulf States squandered their modest per diem, then eight dollars only, at the gaming table, and somo impaired their private fortunes by the same indulgence. 8. S. Prentiss was reported to havo lost thirty thousand dollars the first winter he was iu Congress. The most notorious and dashing gam bler of the day was Edward Pendleton. He came from Virginia, where ho was well connected, his family being of the best blood in the State, and ho married a most respectable and accomplished lady, whoso father hold a responsible of fice under the government. Pendleton gave sumptuous entertainments at his club-house, which were well attended by fcouio of the most eminent public men in the district. Mr. Manguin, tucn l'resv dent of the State Senate, John C. Crit tenden, John M. Uotta, John B. Thomp son, of Kontucky, and Linn Boyd, after ward Sneaker of tho House, and others of lesser note were frequently his guests. Congress had enacted striugent penal laws to prevent gambling, but they were a dead letter, unless some poor devil made a complaint of foul play, or Borne fleeced blackleg sought vengeance through the aid of the Grand Jury ; and then the matter was usually compounded by the payment of money. Whist was a favorite gamo with the foreign ministers and the elder stutos men. Mr. Clay, General Scott, Mr. Bodisco, and Mr. Fox nephew of Charles James Fox who represented William the Fourth nnd Queen Victoria, often played together, a hundred dollars being the usual stake. They generally played well, as Hoylo taught the game ; but many of tho mnmbers of the fashionable clubs of New York play with more skill than was dreamed of furty years ago. Governor Maicey was a grout lover of whist, but he never bet inonoy on the game. Thcro were always inveterate whisters in the Senate. A story was current at one time of a protracted sit ting at the card-table, at which Gover nor Stokes, of North Carolina, and Mountiov Bailey, serereant-at-arms of the Senate, were two of the players. It ran in thi3 wise : tho Senate adjourned from Thursday over to Monday. The party sat down to cards after dinner Thursday evuning. They played all msrht and all tho next day, only stop ping occasionally for refreshments. The came was continued Friday night and Saturday, through Saturday night nnd all day Sunday and Sunday night, the players resthig for a snatch of sleep as nature becamo exhausted. Monday morninrr tho came was in full blast; but at ten o'clock Bailey moved an adjourn ment, alleging that his official cltuies r3' quired his presence in the Senate-chain ber. Stokes remonstrated, but the ser-geanfc-at-arins'' persisted, and rose from the table. The Governor grumbled and scolded, but finally cave it up, swearing that if ho had suspected Bailey would break up tuu game thus prematurely ko would havo seen him any where be lore ho woulu have mvitea mm to join the party. Mr. Webster played whist, but indif ferently only. The lrgmians were ad dieted to that stupid game known as Bhoe-maker loo. President Tyler was fond of loo, and on a rainy day, when there was no great pressure of public business, ho has been known to make up a game at the White House, and play all day, havintr dinner in his chamber. His companions usually were William Bel den, Treasurer of tho United States, Cary Seidell, his brother, store-keeper at the navy-yard, and sometimes uovornor Oil mer, of Virginia, with now and then an other favorite. The amount played for was always small, but Mr. Tyler was as much delighted at taking a pool us if he had won hundreds. rublio opinion was net so averse to gambling in Washington as in most of tho Northern cities. Probably the tone of publio morals is no moro elevated now than it was then, but there was then less pretense and ostentation of purity. At a large party givon by the wife of a cabinet minister, Mrs. Clay, chaperon ing a young lady from the North, pass ed through a room where gentlemen wero playing cards, Mr. Clay anion;? the number. " Is this a common practice ?" inquired the young lady. "Yes," said Mrs. Clay; "thoy always play when they get together." " Dom't it distress you to have Mr. Clay gamble '(" " No, my doar," said the good old lady, composedly : " he most always wins." In the winter of 1841 General Scott, Mr. Clay, Mr. Fox, and Mr. Bodisco played whist once week for some time, the stake, as usual, being a hundred dol lars. They played a match game, Scott and Bodisco against Clay and Fox. They were well matched, and for a long time the game was 'pretty even. At length fortune favored Messrs. Clay and Fox, and they were ten or twolve games ahead. " Gentlemen," said the Russian minister, rising from the table, "the game has closed for the season. The ap propriation is exhausted." And sure enough not another game would he play, much to the disgust and vexation or General Scott, who, of course, was a con siderable locor. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Things Possible witu Poultry. The Poultry World thinks it would be safe to count on ten dozen eggs per hen each year. Appreciably less than this would indicate derangoinent somewhere, and it would Vot be unreasonable to ex pect the annual avcrago to reach twolve dozen at least. Even this figure would not require a very great overstraining on the part of fowl or keeper. Simply wholesome caro and judicious selection. Price is a delicate thing to touch on, it varies so with seasons and location. Taking for granted that tho majority ot the eggs are laid in the course of the Fall and Winter months, when prices range high, and supposing the market to be from Philadelphia eastward, and eggs well sold, could not thirty cents per dozen be had f Probably ; or very close to it. Then, chickens are to be consid ered in addition. The two-year old hens on going to market, provided they are of fair size and in good condition, will amply repay for raising a like num ber of early pullets to the laying age, while the turning off as broilers of cock erels at 12 weeks old will leave some thing of a margin over their rearing ex penses, if sold at $1.2.. to $2 a pair, from the last of May till early in June. Al lowing 25 cents to be this margin on each bird, there would bo half that Bum to be credited to'every hen when half of the layers are recruited yearly. Again, manure has to be added, which, at the lowest computation, should be placed at 2.'i cents per capita. Turning to tho running expenses, teen, uemanas nisi at tention. Tho equivalent of ono bushel and " a half of grain, for average-sized fowls, will bo found not far amiss. Larsror birds will require a trifle more ; smaller ones, in degree, less. This sup ply should not cause an outlay ol over $1.2' at most, and that to include vege table food in Winter. From 60 to o." cents a fowl ought to cover all outlay in the way of labor (cost of chicken care was included above wnen speaKing oi them). AVith proper conveniences, one man, going to worn systematically, hould be able to attend from SOU to 1,200 fowls in a fitting manner. The Weigut of Live Cattle. The following rule is generally accepted, we 1. ................ U.. ueneve. us iu'.imy uuuuiuiu uy ajhuiwu cattle dealers, and has been adopted in some localities in this country, where animals could not be weighed : First, see that the animal stands square; then, with a string, taite ms cir cumference lust behind the shoulder blade, and measure the feet and inches this is the girth. Then measure from the bone of the tail which plumbs the line with the hinder part ot the buttock, and direct the string along tho back to tho fore part of the shoulder-blade, and this will be the length. Then worK the ngures thus : Suppose girth of bullock 6 feet i inches, length, 0 teet d inches, wnicu, multiplied together, make 33 square superficial feft, and these multiplied by 23 the number of pounds allowed for each superficial toot ot cattle measuring less than seven and moro than five feet in girth make 759 lbs. When the ani mal measures less than nine and more than five feet in girth, 31 is the number of pounds to be estimated for each super- hcial toot. And suppose a small animal to measure 2 feet in girth and 2 feet in length, these multiplied together make 1 teet, which multiplied by eleven the number of pounds allowed for each equare foot when cattle measure less than three m girth make a pounds. Again, suppose a calf, or sheep, etc., to measure 4 teet b inches in girtn, and d feet 0 inches in length ; that, multijlied together, makes 10 square feet, and these multiplied by 10 the number of pounds allowed tor cattlo measuring lesa than 8 and more than 3 feet in girth make 200 lbs. The dimensions in girth and length of tho back of cattle, sheep, calves, and hogs, taken this way, are as exact as is at all necessary for common computation or valuation ot stock, and will airswer to the tour quarters ot the animal, sinking the offal. A deduction must be made for tho animals half fat, of ono pound in twenty from those that are fat ; and for a cow that has had calves, ono pound must bo allowed in addition to one for not being fat, upon every twenty. Cellars axd Pits. We wish to make a plea for the pit Storing vegetables in the house cellar saves time and a lit tle expense, as compared to pitting them in some convenient snot out of doors, but these advantages are dearly paid for before Spring by those compelled to breathe the exhalations of a decaying cabbage, beet or turnip, r.ven where there is no decay, vegetables thus thrown into heaps will emit a strong odor that surely finds its way into every nook and corner from cellar to garret. If the cel lar is unusually warm, then all the worse for the inhabitant-- ot that house, and all the batter prospect ?' r the village doctor to run up a nice litlie bill. It was sure ly wiser to uiakethe triningextra outlay necessary to pit th-se vegetables now, than to subject yon'sclt and tauiily to the discomfort of breathing bad air all Winter, and of pos.-ible loss ot health. When once the experiment of pitting is tried it is sure to result in the perman ent practice of stori:. vegetables outside of cellar walls. Bat if you must nnd will store vege tables in the cellar, i;t least, do not, un less the cellar is very dry and cool, store them before the beginning of steady cold weather, and then remember that it is ot the utmost importance to give all the ventilation possible, day and night. Ten barrels of fruit or gar len stuff are spoiled by too much heat and dampness, where one is destroyed by i rost. it is a gooa rule to let the temperature in the cellur fall to the freezing point before closing doors and windows, and then to Keep it as near 32 degrees as possible. A". '. Trilmiie. A Straw Candidate. In Baa Franoisoo newspaper, some weeks since, appeared the advertisement of one 1). G. Harmon, announcing him self as an independent candidate for Congress. " Who is Harmon t" wai the general interrogatory and it will be seen that many thirsty souis received balmy satisfaction upon that point be fore Mr. Harmon retired from the con tost, which he did in a short time through the medium of another advertisement The secret of this curious canvass will be presently unfolded, for Harmon upon appealing to ms tellow citizens conjec tured that the readiest and most certain way of going point blank to their hearts was through their stomachs a diseovery which it required no great anatomical knowledge to make, and one which hnd been made and acted upon before. Re cognizing this recondite relation between the ballot and Bacchus, Harmon hired a room in the restaurant establishment of Bickerstaff. In this apartment Har mon " took a seat and received visitors," to whom he offered cigars without re striction and wmo at discretion, or in discretion, as the case might be. It was during the trial of a suit, brought by the proprietor of this refectory against Harmon for tho expenses of the canvass, that the candidate gave his testimony. It turns out that his running tor Uongress was what slangy men call, wo believe, a put up job. He said that he was brought out as a candidate by Messrs. Tetit, Kir win, and Bickerstaff. It was agreed that he should have a suite of rooms ; that he should sit there and " look grave and say as little as possible." There was another man named Piper running for tho same office, and the object of start ing Harmon was to make Piper pay roundly to get him out of tho way. So the headquarters were established, the corks were drawn, and a fountain of free whiskey established ; cigars were dis pensed without cost to all who loved the weed, and trie electoral revelries com menced. "When any men of intelli gence called," testified Harmon, "I looked wise, and said as little as possi ble." Mostly, however, according to Harmon's evidence, no one called except bloats and loafers, who congratulated him on "coming out," drank all the whiskey they could get, and vowed to sustain their generous host through thick and thin. Harmon acknowledged that he was drunk most of the time ; and said that when he got sober he determi ned to back out, for he " couldn't stand it any longer." The conspirators against the pocket of Piper besought their lay figure of a candidate to " hold on for just five days more." He resolutely re fused. " Not another day," he declared ; and they took him out of the field. The whole thing, so far as it was a design upon Piper's pocket, was a lamentable failure, or appears to have been so. Possibly matters migrht have gone more satisfactorily if the straw candidate had not got very drank to begin with, and kept himselt in an elevated state ot Jiac chus to tho end. He does not seem to have made much out of the speculation. He had a little money of his own when he went into it, and this he spent treely ; when it was gone he proceeded on cred it, and consequently found himself a de fendant in court, while rout, Hirwin, and Bickerstaff meanly went back on him, and refused to come down a single cent. First-class Railroad Bond are the best for investments. Write to Citaiu.ks W. HassLER, No. 7 Wall Street," N. Y. I A oelobratod physician having said to Jjord Btowell, rather more miimnLiy than beseemed the gravity of his cloth, " Oh, yon know, Sir William, after 40 a man is always either a fool or a physi oian." "Mayn't ho be both, doctor i" was the rejoinder, with an insinuating leer and- half drawling voice. For nYSFKrsiA, indigestion, depression of spirits, and general debility, in their various forms also as a preventive against fever-and-ague and other Inter mittent fevers the " Ferko-kiospiior-ated Elixir of Calisata," made by Caswell, Hazard & Co., of New York, and sold by all druggists, is the best ton ic, and as a tonic for pationts recovering from fever or other sickness, it has no equal. Com. The IIuvak Moo and its THATcarso. If the man deserves well of his country who makes two blades of grass prow where only one grew before, surely ho who produces a glo rious crop of hair on a comparatively barren scalp deserves the hearty tbauks of the obliired party. All honor, therefore, to Professor E. T. l.vnii. for. nnniiMtlnnnhlv. his reuowned Ka- TnAiHON nceomnllsbes this object. Gentlemen whose whiskers are 6hv ot milking their op pearance iu force, or the fibers of whose moiie taches disclose those " ma(tniticent distances " fnr whlrh Wmhlnfrtoii City was once so famous, will find this IIaik rEKSi;AlEB the most wonderlul encourager oi iiurims uevciup ruentthat has ever yet been Invented. Both sexes ttru advised to use ft, s, by all odds, it is the best article for improving the growth and beauty of the. hair, keeping it free from scurf and dandrun", preventing it from becoming harsh, dry nnd gray giving it a rich gloss aud endowing it with flexibility that Toilet Chem Istry has ever evolved t' om the vegetable king dom. Com. Newspaper Puffs are so common that it is almost impossible fsr an editor to express his honest opinion of the mer its of any article without being suspect ed of interested motives. This fact, how ever, shall not deter ns from saying what we think of a now addition to the Mate ria Medica to which our attention has been recently directed. We refer to Dr. J. Walker's California Vinegar Bit ters, a remedy which is making more noise in the world just now than all the other advertised medicines put together. Its celebrity, as far as we can judge, is not based on empty pretension. There seems to be no question about tho poten cy of its tonio and alterative properties, while it possesses the great negative recommendation of containing neither alcohol nor minoral poison. That it is a specific for Indigestion, Biliousness, Con stipation, and many complaints of ner vous origin, we have reason to know ; and we are assured on good authority that, n a ceneral invifforant and a regu lating and purifying medicine, it has no equal. It is stated that its ingredients, (obtained from the wilds of California,) nrA new to the medical world; and its extraordinary effects certainly warrant the conclusion that vegotable agents hitherto unknown enter into its compo nition. If Domilarity is any criterion, t.hnre can be no doubt of the efficiency of tho Vinegar Bitters, for the sale of the article is immense and continually increasing. Com. Pimples and brown spots on the face, Erup tions, Blotchce, Scrofulous Diseases, and nil sores arising from impure blood, are cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. 609. Butter nnd cheese are almost Indispensable articles nf food, l'ronerlr used, they are nu tritious and healthv ; but an Inordiuate use of either causes indigestion and dyspepsia. Par son's Purgative Pills, Judiciously used, will remove both of these troubles. The American Aqricu'lurisi, xpeaking abmit Mm front, merits '.if CABLE SCREW WIUE Boots and Shoes, sas: " A Trial of these goods for several months mist, nnd the testimony we have from dcalerH. mov; this method of fasten ing soles to be a good improvement ; there is mi ripping, the wire holds until the sole of the bhoe id ininy woru our. Have you ague in tho face; nnd Is it badly swollen V Have yon 6evere pain in the chest, back, or side? Have you crumps or pains iu the stomach or bowels 1 Have you bilious colic or severe griping pains V If bo, uso Johnson's Anodyne Liniment. Cora. What it Cost. The Mayoralty cam paign in New York city, it is authorita tively stated, cost as loiiows : r or ajw- rence, $9,000 ; for Havemeyer, $10,000 ; for O'Brien, $75,000. The truth ot the old adaee. that "Money makes the mayor go," is not always reamed, navemeyer was the successful candidate. O'Brien it is said snent every dollar he had in tho world and all his friends would loan him on the result. A CHALLENGE I. nvtended to the world ti nla-o bofnrj tlio rmWic n lictior CmiKh or Lung remedy tbnn Allen's hiin Isalsnm. VERILY IT HATH XO EOUAL. For Beaur of Polish, Saving Labor, Clean liness, Durability O. nnpnoM nqmi ....... n n, wtni'rifi.wq lITAT!oxs. under othrr Tmniois Imt rceintillBg oura In thiipe and OoW of wrppr intended to deceive. thk RiRiMi si t polish 1 ni i.nern. ttnve floaier' . ftt twelve fentu tier pound twenty -five nnd Ally pound boxes. "C'lieancr tliun my other bolt l'ollsn lor UOtTii'Si' IHMNfl SI J M'JWKR TY.fl It No Wnrppnlrig Chean nrrt liiimWe iirci,d'nlher!irtlcl"rir purpose. 1 IK HIMMi si Vl'l." : -""' TlK. Koraxlei, brarliign nnd mm-lilnerv. I.nto "Is tlmraloneneoll MORSE BROS., Prop'rs., Canton, Mass. Said aPahekt to a Child. " Just look at those Shoes, only bought last week ; Rood as new, nil but the toes, which are worn throiiKh. Money thrown awav, feet wet, Htoclungs soiled, all because they were not Metal ripped. Parents, take yoiir choice, neat, ficntecl. Silver Tinned shoeswhich never wear out at the too, or p Hoes without li nrotrudiusr toes. Which is the Cheapest? Consumptives, Read Would von etire hit dtr.inir Cmik'i. nnd lnng hmk tht lipiiHIiy visor till latrly plantmt in our cn.-ek . II yon ivmild. no not delay I for, ere you arc mm re, it will bo toj lute. Allen's Lung Balsam Isyonrhopc. It ha been tried by thousand 8 uch ah vou, who have be 'U cured; iimny, in thrir erntitudf, havo lent their nnmii to n. that ninVrinff humanity can ro.i'1 their evidence aiWhciieve. Don't exueriinrnt with now and untfied mixtures vou can not ftltura it buttrvntoncn this invaluable article. It if wirrnnted to break up the most troublesome (lotifih in a few hours, if not of too Iopr ititndinjr. It ia warranted to c-vo pntire satisfact-nn in all cans of Lunfj and Throat ditli cuities. An an Exnectoranl, it hu no equal. Unsolicited Evidence of its Merits- READ THE FOLLOWING : TV lint Vill.Unown XrtiprK.1tn utout AIIoii'm I-miitf IStllMlllll. R. R. R. RAD WAY'S. READY Cures the Worst Pains IM FBOM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES. NOT ONE IIOTJIt AFTER READINO tllll ADTEBTISKMF.KT Xeed an y one Suffer with I'uln. Eadway'i Ready Belief ii a Cure for every Pain. IT WAR THS FIBHT AIIU IB THE ONLY PAIN ItEjVIKDY that Instantly stops the mot excruciating paiua, al lays Inflammations, aud eurcs Congestions, whether of the Lungs, Stomach, Bowela, or other glands cr srgaos, by one application. IS FROM OSK TO TWENTY MIKUTES, no matter how Tlolcnt or excruciating the pain the RHEUMATIC, Bed-ridden, Infirm, Crippled, lcrv. ous. Neuralgic, or proatrated with diseaso may suffer, RADWAY'S READY RELIEF WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE. Inlliimnialloii of the Bladder, Infliimmntlonol llio in cie, 1 miirelii of the I.nnKn U ri l . . . It ft i. I k :I .... f li I n ir. I'ulplladou ol the Heart, Ureteric-, Croup, JMpinerlii, J litturrh, Influenza. WnnAa T I " ll 1. f ll . urals;la, Rheumatism, Cold Chill. Asrue I talll. Tho arni'icatiou of tho READY RELlFFtntliopart . 1 i:ai....ii......;..j ul OT parld WIll'IU IUU JJUIU ui luiutuuj vaiqio m..iuu.u M4. ml cnmt'ol't. Twenty ilrnps In hull tumliler of water will In a row moments euro :rampH, opusm. euur ninina..'iil Heartburn, hick HeaiUche, Diarrhea, Dyneutery, r'nii,, Winrl in tlm linwelH.und all Intemnl pulns. Travelers should always rnrry a bottle of UAD- WAY'ft ltKADY RKT.IKV witli them. A few drops In water will prevent sickness or pains from rhaiiRO of water. It is bettor lhau Frclicii Liandy ot Bitters as a stimulant. FEVER AND ACUE. FEVER AND AGUE cured for fifty cents. There Is not a romeiliiil atfeut in this world tlmt will cure Fever and Ague, and all other Maliuious, unions. Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow, and other Fevers (aided by ItAUWAY a yiLtLiii) so qmeK as awa n nr.nvi kulikf. Fifty Cents per Bottle. If o Person rnn ke lliese Hitters seoorrt. Ing to directions, ami remain lontt unwell, provided their bones arc not destroyed by mlnrnil poison or other means, and vital organs wasted beyoud the point of repair. Dysiiopxln or TndlRestlon, nendocho, Pain In the fthoulilers, fouiMm, Tightness of the Chest, Hizzlness, Sour Krnrtniinns m niu rvomncn, nail Tiisto In tho Month, Bilious Attacks, 1'alpltutloii of the Heart, Innninmniion oi me i.nngs. ram in trie region of the Kidneys, ami a nnmiren oilier painrni symptoms, are tho off-springs or Dyspepsia, one hoitlowiu prove n neuer iiumuuivvi ui us mcum than a lengthy advert iHonicnt. For Femnle 'oiiinlnliitH, In yonnit or old, mnrrled or Ninclo, at the dawn omvomnnhnod, or the tnrn or Hie, inese iouio mucin mxpiuy so tleeldod an liilluetico ibat Improvement is soon, percept llilc. For liillnmmntnry sail Chronic Kheii. inntlsm anil (lout, union", Hcrnilleut nnd Inter mtllent Fevers, Discuses of the Blond, Liver, Kid neys nnd Bladder, tlieso Iliitcrs have no equal. Such Diseases arc ennsed by Vitiated Blood. They ore n gentle Pur(tlvc is well ns n Tonic, possessing tho merit of acting ns a powerful ageut In relieving Contrestlon or Inflam mation of the Liver and Visceral Organs, aud la Bilious Diseases. For Skin Dlsenses, Eruptions, Tetter, Palt Rhetim. Blotches, Hpols, Flmples, Pustules, Bolls, Carbuncles, Hlng-worms, rVuld-lload, Siro Eves, Erysipelas, Itch, Seuris, Discoloration ofthe Skin, Hiimors and Diseases on be Skin of whatever namo or nature, are literally dug up ami carried out of tho svHteiu lu u eliort liiiio by the use of these) Bitters." .... Urateful Thousands proclaim IXFOAB BtT teih tho most wonderful luvi(;orujit that ever sustained tho ninklng svstem. It. I. i-McMOXAM & CO. Prngglsts and (len. Ants., .Sin Franeheo, Cal., A cor. or Washington uml Charlton Sts., x.Y. BOLU BY ALL lUtttmiM'M A PKAT.EUS. W V.N.tl No40 " 'ins, with ragged holos ami Which looliH the Best ? Prsnixa. Those who to round with the contribution box in Californinn churches plead and argue the casa in the new as they eo alone;, lhe following qialogua, it is said, took place between one of these gentry and vn honest-look-in? miner. Deacon L extended the box to Bill, who slowlv shook his head. " Come, William, give something," nays tho deacon. "Can't do it," said Bill. "Why not? is not the cause a good one W Yes. trood onoush : but I am not able to give tiny thing," answered Bill. . "Pooh ! pooh ! I know better J you must give me a better reason than that." " Well, I owe too much money; I must be just before I am generous, you know." "But, William, you owe God a larger debt than any one else." " Tbat'r true, deacon, but he ain't pushing me like the rest of my creditors. Ccrf von. a Cold. A hot lemonade is one of the best remedies for a cold. It acts promptly and efficiently, and has no iinnWstmt. .fW pftucts. One lemon uhnuld be nronerlv saueezed, cut in slices put with sugar, and covered with half a hoiKus- water. Drink iust before going to bed, and do rot expose yourself the following day. This remedy will ward off an attack of chills aud fever if nsArt Tvrninritl7. e give it on the re commendation of one of the judges of our courts who is a just man aud never takes brines An Arab Trick. Iba Batuta, tho Arabian, whose mar velous account has boon more recently corroborated by Edward Melton, the Anglo-Dutch traveler, relates that when present at a groat entertainment at the court of the Viceroy of Khansa (Kinsay of Polo, or Hangchaufu), " a juggler who was ono of tho khan's slaves, made his appearance, and the amir said to him, ' Come aud show us some of your mar vels.' Upon this he took a wooden ball with several holes in it, through which long thongs were passed, and laying hold of one of these, slung it into the air. It went so high that we lost sight of it altogether. (It was the hottest season of the year, and wo were outside in the middle of the pulaco court). There now remained only a little of the end of a thonir in the conjurer's hand, and he de sired one of the boys who assisted him to lay hold of it anA mount. He did so, climbing by the thong, and we lost sight of him also ! The conjurer then called to him three times, but getting no an swer, he snatched ud a knife, as if in a grout rage, laid hold of the thong, aud disappeared also! By-and-by he threw down one of the boy's hands, then a foot, then the other hand, and then the other foot, then tho trunk, and, last of all, the head ! Then he came down him self, all putting and panting, and with his clothes till bloody, kissed the ground before the ahiir, and said something to him in Chinese. The amir gave some order in reply, and our friend then took the lad's limbs, laid them together in their places, and gave a kick, when, nresto ! thorn was the lov, who got up and stood before us ! All this astonished me beyond measure, and I had an attack of palpitation like that which overcame me once before in the presenco of the Sultan of India, who showed me some thing of the same land. They gave me a cordial, however, which cured the at tack. Tho Kazi Af kharuddin was next to me, and quoth he, ' Wultah !' 'tis my otyinion there has been neither going up nor coming down, neither marring nor mending ; tis all hocus-pocus ! t'ouehs and Colds are often overlooked ; a continuance lor any length of time causes Irri tation of the I.uug-3 or 6ome chronic Throat Disease. Brown' t Bronchial Troches are an effectual Cough Remedy. Cow. Do not be deceived with imitation collars with folded edges, but asu for the Elmwood with all the edes folded. Com. Ior complexions restored and good com plexions retained, by using " The Qiiacn's Toilet." Com. ..kly N. V, liar. THE WEEKLY SUN. Only 81 a Year. The Best Family Paper. The Wi Sun. 8 pases. SI a rear. Send your 1 Tim Rest Agricultural Pnper. 1 e Weekly N. Y. San. 8 paces. SI a year. Send J nr Dollar, Tho Best Political Paper. The Wo Lly N. Y. Sun. IndcDendunt and faithful. Acainst Puhlic Blander. paue. SI a year. Sen your Dollar. The Best Newspaper. Tho Weekly New York Fun. 6 pases. SI a year. Send your Dollar. Itus All tlie Kews.-The Wnekly New York Sun. 8 pane?. $1 a your. Send your Dollar. The Best Story Paper.-The Weekly S. Y. Sun 8 paste. 91 a year, fend your Dollar. The Be.t Fashion Reports in the Weekly N. Y Sun. 8 msf. $1 a year. Send your Dollar. The Best Market Reports in th Wetkly N- Y. Bun. 8 paces. SI a year. Send your Dollar. The Best Cattle Reports In the W eekly H. 1 . San. 8 pases. 81 a year. Scud your Dollar. The Best Paper in F.rery BcipnU. The Weekly N. Y. sun. 8 paccF. f 1 a year. Sunn your uoim A'ldron, THE SUN, New York City. SpnTKnT'iri.n. Tew.. Sent 11. Ift72. Gentlemen : Sliin us nix rto.en Allvjn's l.tiNO Hal- SAM at one i. Wo haw not a hoi tie left in nur store. Ii moro rentitntion than iinv f'ouirh meilicinn we b ever sold, and wo biivebeen in tbe riruirbmineHKtwonty. seven yeurs ; we mean rust what we y about tuo L-at earn. nuij Atr.i!n read the Evidence frim a Dmcit who wai cured by use. ot tne rwwsnni, ana now seim 11 uirurij . writes, Sept. 12. 1872 : " I am out of Alt.kn'h l.lo HAC.SAM : pend me nan a Bin? ns fikhi iis juui-jn ; , would rather be out of any other medicine In my Mm Tho I.UNd DaWAM never tails to Go good lor tho afflicted with a coutin. It is Harmless to the most Delicate Chilli t It contains no Opium iu nny Form, jpy Directions accompany each bottle. CAtTION-Call for Allen's Lung Balsam. J. N. HARRIS & CO., Prop's, CINCINNATI, OHIO. For Sale by all Medince Dealers.. FOR 8 ALU BY JOHN F. HENRY, New York. GEO. C. GOODWIN & CO., BostonT" JOHNSON, H0LAWAY & CO., Philadelphia. HEALTH. BEAUTY. STKOXO AXD PVBE KICII BLOOD- IXCItEASEOFFLKSHAXU WElttUT -CLEAR SKIV AXD BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION- SDCIBEU TO ALL, DR. RADWAY'S ;!s SarsaDarillian Resolvent $5 to 610 a lay guaranteed t no Capital require . Audrey oiu'i,p-,ii uiuij J. tf. iLUllJ. lu-mutiiou, u.k. T,l'CII practice h A.1L Ol t ftven croat Tiilue to the a lviee ho undertls-ncil 1" aliv mreit'il stuies giimii. Attorney at Law, Columbia. Lancaster Co., Pa. A HOOK full of FIX tud i ouiic PicuireM font ti-r i M.xmn. A.d!a CI.EMtlXS !At CO.. .Vewtoiivtlle, Clermont ,0o.. Ohio. Cbistaduro's Excklsiok IlAin Dtb stands 'llllliV- aUcd and alone. Its merits havo been fo unlver.-nlly aeknowledeeil that It would be a superororatien to des cant on them any further nothinc can beat It. Flaco's Inbtast Relief has stood twenty years' teet. Is warranted to rive immediate rcitej to an Rheui:.atlc, Neuralgic, Head, Ear, and Back ache", or money refunded. KING OF THE BLOOD. FOR SALT ItHECX, ERfPTIOSS, SCALD HEAR, KTC, Cass. I havs been troubled for the last thirty years lib Sslt Rheum ou iny hanua. Tluy have beeu to al m,. tlmt 1 h.iva her.n nnnhle to UC tliein for SUV PUr- oose for which thiy were istomled. I was advu-d by lwea oi mine, v no baa Useu me i. oi inu m iu "j i diil &v t-ii .uv.u hottUs. and to all an- pearanc tuy hands are well, They look aud fel as lllouu an entirely new skiu te'u uen io. u.-m. II. u. itvi.uanT. Drucsi-t, 44 !-oulll SI., Ttira. Write for circulars to I. lUuaoni, Sen it Co., Uultulo, Xew York. The Hefuoe of Murderers. Nine teen persons accused of the crime ot murder remain in tbo Tombs Prison of New York awaiting the final dispobition of their cases. Of this number nine have never been indicted, although, with few exceptions, many weelts have elapsed 6ince tlieir crimes were ommuieu; vwo have been tried, and the juries failed to agree, while two others have been con vioted and sentenced to be hanged, but have thus far been saved by u stay ot proeoediups and an appeal to the supreme tribunal of the State for the correction of alleged errors of law. Chasoiko A Gcage. The rapidity with which the fruasre of a railway can be changed is one of the marvels of the day. A year or so ago, the broad guage railurav from Ciucinnati to St. Louis was changed to a narrow guage roaa in me course of a single Sunday; and on a KiukIkt two hundred miles of the Grand Trunk Itoad between Sarnia and Fort Erie was changed from a guage of five feet six inches to one of four feet eight and a half inches. Irate Pakent "Oh! yer don't want to eo into business, don't yer ! Oh ! yer want to be a clerk in the Post-Llor-fice, do yer! Post-IIortice, indeed! Why. all vou'rt fit for is to stand outside with your tongue bout, for people to wet their itampi against : A Juff-HftHflled Combat. A few davs aso five or six wild West ern steers stampeded from a drove near Yonkers. ,Oue of them, a long-horned, elephantine ox, wulked into West Mount Vernon. Arriving at the Ilarlcm Eail- road he steered New York ward in the centre of the down track. Ten minutes later the Chatham express thundered aloncr. The engineer noticing that the animal had no disposition to leave the track, gave the usual signal tor cattle, but as the train was then on a down grade he saw that he could not stop be fore strikiner the steer. He therefore de termined to mt the ox nam enougn to throw him from the track instead of the train, and he cut on all steam. The chamnion of the prairies saw the loco. motive crashing down upon him. He whirled, shook his head, pawed the uravel. and took an attitude of defiance. There was but one round ; it lasted about two seconds. His oxship was placed hor de eoiithat on ft bank thirty feet dis tant, minus one horn, with two legs broken, a battered head, and sundry other bruises. The locomotive sustained no damage. Vanity. At length it is proved that a man has more vanity than a woman This is the way that it came to pass: enrious investigator watched while thousand men passed a looking-glass used as a siirn ou the sidewalk in Uroad- wav. The result of his observation showed that nine hundred and ninety nine men glanced complacently at their image as thev passed. The other man Wind. Four hundred and tifty-two women passed during the same hour and a half, and none of them looked iu the mirror all of them being engageu in tently examining each other's appearance and dsess, TV? YOUTHj OMPAMQN t i A WEEKLY PAFt-K r UK, x no -- Una made the mnst ntonlfthtne; Cnrei mo sjuiok, mi, rapia it re i .ie viiiiinr.. mu j..uy auuvrKDC"! miliar ,,,,.-, v . " truly Wonderful Medicine, that Every Day an Increase in Flesh and Weight is Seen and lelt The Great Blood Purifier Evervilron ofthoSAItSAPAIUI.WAN fiT.SOLVENl ooinniunieatoa tliroii(.'li the blood, Hwcat, Urine, Iml other fluiilH ami juice, of thn ayHein thovigot of lire, for it repairs tho wastes of the body with new kid sound material. Bcruiiiin, K. mulls, lonaump. Mm, Chronic Dyspepsia, Glaudiiliir UiKeaae, Ulcers in (no throat. Mouth, Tumors, Noilea iu tho Glands and other parts of the B.VHtetu, Iroio Lyes, Klruuiorous fliaclMives from the Ears, aud tho worst forms ol Skiu diaeases, Eruptions, lever cores, cniu Mean Hiuii Worm. Saltlthoum, tryslnclna. Acne, Blcei Snols. Worms lu tho Flesh, Tumors, t'am rr-i in tho Womb, and all woakeuimi and vainful i".. ariiis, Ni'ht Sweat, Loss of Kperm ami ail wash s of the life principle, are within tho curative ranpo of this wonili r ol -uouoru uucuimtry, auu aicwuajs tine will prove to any porsnu uaiug it for either of tlicso form of diaeaHcita notent nowcr to cure them. If the natleut. daily uccoinint! recmern ty vue wastes aud decomposition that is continually pr irreHHini. succeeds in arreptlnff inese wastes, aim t p:ilit the same with new material niailo from ltciilt'uy blood-aud this tho SAltSAl'AItlI.l,lAN will ail; does Bccuro a cure is certain J lur when once tlii remedy commenroa its work cf purification, aud sm ceils in dimiuhiliiua tho Iohb ot wastes, its repair will bo lanlil. and every nay tne mucin win ice himself orowiim better aud sti'oni!r. tlto food Oit'est Ins liutt-r, appetite iniproviux, aud flesh aud weiyht Increasing. Not ouly does the 8 tnSAPAutti.iAJj keroi.vfnt cx eel nil known reliu ilial a-tellts iu the cure of 'hrou. Kcrofulous, Constitutional, aud bkiu diseases ; but Itis the only positive cure for Itianev ana uiaacter toraraamis. Tfriiiarv. aud Womb diseases, Gravel, IMalutci Dropsv, Sloppago ot Water, Incontinence ot Urine lii-ieiii's Dis'-a-sc. Albuminuria. and in all cases when tlitrAro hriek.tliiut denosils. or the water ih thick cloudy, mixed with substances like tuo wmto ci an cug. or threads liko whito silk, or thero Is a morbid, dark, bilious appearance aud white bone-dust do. posits, and when thero Is a prickinij, burning s. nsa tion v, hen passing water, and ittiu iu thu Small ol tlie L'u. k aud along the Loins. Tumor of I 2 Years' Growth Cured by Radway's Resolvent. j'Kicr: $1.00 i'i:n mottle. C5on& If m wm LIVER Thru Art Sick LEND MEjrillK'E EAR. I Mtsfi.f waf ill nltth unto death. An ucliinjf httntl ; a iiuut nn'l 'U ti ed " all tronu " fwol ing at thp pit of th Mnmnph ; (liir('f aftwr eatinr : pain in the hawk, (th a lam fi'io ; a bud taste in the month : a drT.hackimrconnh. with, a tWiible (i'-pr'fri(f1 rwv vons ByaU'm.all of whih. mail my poor. fpi-hli eoul lonjf even fr iat li tocomtMUirl tvlh'Ve in nf in yeutruiinfC' I tl1nl all (iorU of romed! without bfii'flt. Ut relief camo at iat, and 1 tct-l that tliv lmn.l of a bind Providence point ed mo to the reiwd.r AsH ha:- piorod fojcoW for me, 1 vncnmniend t to Mith'iinir ltii ndP. fcn howop that it will euro them it did mo. If tlioe hy . . , i .... . i ....... i lnn m Imrn Ihv iiinnn cant: mi i if tiuu art poor, I will Km' thee a boUto without w.w v. n. I havo Known ir to run liiny vixw i-i y-.- aftoroi h-r n-nu-iip Y.ivi ImltJd. J huvi' wiii'u w 1l-l' J1Ul Cl.mtivo poM-or-" in urern uii'i f-. Livrr I'wptaiHt (Hie foi i-i mimr of Con.-nmp- lon) nirr'y, If ev.-i. 1 H': to yli-ui to iu iiucri'iivc port-fM1. L or ?-'rVQH Iiri itiiy aim umh' i uu-- nunkn oluj'-'l; blooirin- and 1 J'll'iv. 4 t Wiiri-rii Sirff1,ew Tork. ACENTiS UAMKD whom 1 have nom;. N-iui tor rirculnr.und i-Hrn the name ot tlioo who lmvp oecw tittPU hV lt-1 U-'. P' lU O" JMUJl iu iiav,vo iv. - have no uwonl. THE HEW SCALE 1 W VP 27 Union Square7N.Y. UiiuOiiMcdly tiic licst Spare Piano mfle. Send for Circular -with Illustrations." Prices rails? from 350 to 700 dollars. livery l':ano 'WAKKAXT'ED for Fivo Years. Iron in the Blood! A N t J THE - riMlK COMPANION aim to bo a fevorlte in ovary tinnily-looked for i aiierly ly the yotlUBfolk, aud reail Willi interest by tlie older. Its imrposc is to tn'er est while It amuses: to be judicious practical, sensi- l.to . Biul to havtf re illT niarniaueiit wortU, hile U attmets for the hour. It is handsomely illiutiateil, andhai foreontiibutor. noine of the mot attractive wiitem iu tke country, Amoni; theo are: , Prof. Jnmea DrMllle,L.nulae CMoulto, l.oiiian M. AlcoM, "Soiihle liny," ......... -A,.nu..wwl. K . Mtnlieilri. Iti-liri-i-n H.Uavin. It ulli t htterlleld, f. W. Flnntlers, HI. A. hrniMin, Tbe Ulood own Ita red color to mlr.nte slohules Inch float in that fluid, nud contain, in a healthy per son, a lartte amount ol lion, wiuen inves vitiuuy 10 iu blood. The Peruvian Synip elipilie tbn bloii with this vital element, ana (flvei slieutfiu auu vib'or 10 uie whole syetetu. S. ei. Itobiuiun, KothUiK Like It I It Stnnda Alone I Rnh 1.1 tho ver,llet. nf the madlrnl world and tho public on Hale'i Honey of HorehouudanA Tar. Couirhs, Colds. Influenia, all irritations of the organs of speech and respiration vanish under iu iiillueucu like logs bclere the tuuUeUU Pik' Toothache Drop, cure Toothaek in n min ute. Hold by ail Drucsuu at ti cents. The Ixkgs ire Btkained asd Kaceed by a per- Utvnt Cough, the general strenath wasted, and an ln- ..ninhlM mithiiir pblhlih.,l lliprehr. IT. JliVlie Expectorant ie au effective remedy tor C'ouyh aud Loins, ana eierts a r.cnenciai eneel ou iue ruiuiouary and urouchial orjfaa a. Its reartiuiris adapted to tho oi l and youna. Is very varied iuits character; spriiditlyaud eutertaiuini:. It give. ' 8torlrof AJventure,Stovle of Home and jji'tf era oi a ra vt-i. fiiitoi mm, Kttitoi ials iiounl'ur-Tulea, Fuvlry, rent Toplea. Scleetloni. for Decln- lUntoilt 1 Ai ttclea, million. Itinera liliieal siUelcll-Aneeilolea, r., I'uzzles, llelixlous Artlclca. V uvi nuu inciaenu, Subscription Price, $1.50. Sp-luien cople. lent free. A-Hro-, I'lililiY JIASO.Tf iV CO., 41 Temcnt Plase, Boiton, Mass. Humbug Dissected. Quaint old Burton baa favored u. with an " Anatofny Of Melancholy," but who .hall dissect the melancholy fallacies and fibs with which knaves and fanatics en deavor to delude the sick aad feeble of this generation Charlatans, through the newspaper press, recommend to the strengthless victim of disease co ivnlsin Durf a tlves which, if taken, are sure to turn his debilitatod system almost inside out, and sink him Into the utter. most depths of helplessness and despondency! ia. natics, ou the other hand, assure the prostrate patient that no medicine containing a diffusive stimulant ought to pass his lips. If be elects to be guided by the advice of impostors and luDatics. let Mm make his will lud eider his oofflu; but if there is a spark of common sense in his composition, let him resort in his extremity to Hostetter'a Stomach Bitters, the most potent of vegetable tonics a,nd alteratives the purest aud most entirely wholesome of medicated stimulants. The wonderful eures of dyspepsia, biliousness, rheumatism physical prostration Bad malarious fevers which this rare specifio has effected during the last twenty-two years, are the most conclusive answers that can be given to the enemies of mankind who offer volcaulc cathartic, as tonics, and to the mistaken belncs who would refuse a medicinal stimulant to a poor, broken down invalid, who ia literally dying bv Inches for the want of Judicious stimulation. Temperance, properly understood, countenances ne such folly as this. The State laws enaeted to put down the abhorrent vice of drunkenness, provide tor the sale of brandy, whisky, and other liquors as medicines ; and if these adulterated liquor, of trade are accepted by temperance legitlatoai as rsmedlea, what ought to be tbe general verdiot oj the temperance public as regards the peerless vegetable tonic baed upon a stlmulaat absolutely pure. Prof. 11. Lincoln. DR. RADWAY'S Perfect PanatiTS ana Reimlatiiis Pills. perfectly tasteless, elegantly coaled with sweet gum, iir.'uo. regulate, purity, citauae aim giruiiziueu. IAD WAY'S PlLLS. for tho euro of nil disorders ol tho Htotnneli, Liver, Bowelu, Kitlney'H, ElatUltr, Nervoua DiKrases, Heauacho, Constipation, Oontive. as. Iutlittestion, Dyspepsia, liilumsneas, liilioua. Typhua an 1 Typhoid i'evers, Iiitiiuuniation of the IVivvcis, 1 uea, uuuaiiuoraucmcutsoi lite internal Viacera. Warranted to effect a positive cure. Purely Vegetable, coutaiuing no uicrcury,mincrals, or dele terious, iimes, Bj-Oon''re tho following symptoms resulting from di.'orilors oi tho Dilutive 6 "U iiis : Cousiip-ition, luv.trd Piles. Vullucss of the Blood In tho 11. ail. Acidity of the titoutacli, Nausea, li-jart-burn, iJUtf'ist of Pood, Fullness or Weight in tho ritom ieli, Sour nictations, biukiugor Fluttering at tho Pit ol Via Stomach, Swimming of tiio Head, Hurried aud D.tiieult lirealhli , Pluttering at the Heart, t!holving or Kutl'ocatinp; Beu&itiouH when in a Lying posttiro, Di'imca of Vision, Put or V cba be. t iro the flight. Fever aud Dull Pain iu the Head, lie. Cieucy of Pcrspir.it iou, Yiilowncsa of the KUn aud Eyes, Pain iu tui bido, etieat I.imtis, ami sudden Flushes o tileat, Biimiu!? iu the FIckIi. A few doses of HAD WAY'S PII.I.S villi free theBVKteiu from all Ihf t'loveuMiieddiKnrdcrs. Price 23 cents per ao, sola u; Lrut,is ta. HEAD "FALSE AND TitHK." Reuil one letter ijtamii to RAUWAY & CO., No. Ill Warren St., N. y. uitoruiaiioti wortu tuotuauus viu co sous you. Thel'Kni'VI ANSYUrt' milkesthc wr n' uml cxiicl.-j Uiseuse by supplying the bloi d w:t.i N ti"he'3 Ows Vitalizing agent IRON", i Oiiitlnii.-Tic sure von pet Peruvian Sump. P.i:u; lileH i ree. .1. P. MNSMOKK. Projusctor. No. 3d J'ev St.. New York. , t".,j'l !'V )ni'"riti iencrally. . Thea-Icctar IS A FI,'I!r: 1JJ..1CK TBI a; .Vit'n II.!. Urn T.l Fli-or. The in -.t Tea IntLiMleil. ' vi' rrj Ar.il 1'i.r Siil", T.-hnles:;le hv th (ireal Atluiule ana I'liellie 'IVli i'li.. No. llil l'ulten it. ; 4 I'li. i. li St., Se.w York! P. O. lix. .'.oOwt. v.,..; r T:iH.K..larnrOnr. WASTED, AKents for the fa.test felling article IT ill the world, tine nu'ellt cleared $SJ iu one week, and has averaged 0 pur month during the past year. A lor. ss r. ,i if .1 i.u . v , . . - ' 767 Uroadway, New York. D It. WH 1TTIKR. "T- Lonpeftt enpftRed, and m ontsucteHbiul fij?irmn of the ape. uonnimauun nr pmopmei irew, i niiwwnie. A fti'TS Wanlrd. We guarantee fniiilnvme.it J. lui nil, either ttx, at r a day o. ',0O0 or uiure a year I Nt-w worlis by Mrs. II. btowe. and ottinm. Superb Premium Oioen Away. Aioiiuy umd riidly and cusily at work lur Om. n nio anu ite. r;ir tiuiiiiirn iree. Wurtbinviua. Uu&tin fc Co.. lUilfuid, Ct, $30 PEK WKEK and expenses paid. We want a reliable aient In every Counly in the V. 8. AddieM Ucdsok Kiveb Wias Co., lit Maiden 1 ane. N. or tlikairo. 111. 263 RECEIPTS $135 WHICH K.. . msw....s nf 1(, Asnli Addro-B HV. BKNJ AMtN, St. Lotti, Ma, B Vi JC MJ we will my you 40 per wet k iu c.ibh, tOent,-agl WllU UUimiC. tver i iitiitf tnn mucu -mm w peusesuaid A. Ol'I.TKB itl).. Charlotte. MicU. 8-nt liy nl lur lOcts. PL B. 1U l,tIlnglou AV. -1 VIM IT K. M D. Newjorktit y. v sl.iu ISI.s.' Sen't three-cent stum fnr uirtkiilnra. KUUSON, HAYNES CO. bt. Louis. Mo. Huet. anerffetie. (iod-reunna- men Bud wotpeu can 1 ave uleasaut, proUluhle work ; no rlK or cup Wri'e to H. L. lia-sluiii.. 14 Lilldall St.. lloJtoli, Mi YOU WANT TO AOVERTISK In oi e I natrar or one hundred, ailaree n. u. vtll.sui Atieneuy Lily iHEEP.-WEHB BnUTHDOWNB YOB. 8ALF - 7 11. DUUn.1, AliLJUruoK, VUlvUfcMl)., A For Family Use. the TABLE SAUCE: LEICESTERSHIRE The Best Sauce and Relish MDE IN KVl PART 'OP THE ViOULI) THH best Bollinpr book in tha markotiit The Btrugnlos of Petroleum V. Nasby It Is Illustrated bv THOMAS NAST, the great !t of Ameruan artists, uud contains au introduction by Ilou. Cturlee Stumier. A'ttts wanted for this iii.l other ivi'uUr tKvi). Addross I. N. Kichiirduou -t Co., Hooton, iliss., ana St, Louis, Md, SSTS to $230 per month, SH?SfS ni;ile. toititr.'Uuee llu-til-.M iM,i.Him'ii.ia" tjMDN i:SSK r'AMll.Y bKWl.Nli A1AOII1NK. Till R Muehiiitf will stiteh. hem. fill, tuck, qu.lt, cord, Wild, C braid and embroider In a nioxt superior iu:inner. l'rlee onjy Hi. Fully licensed and warranted fortloyears. unt wai pay $iihw nr any iiiMeiiine ini "i stronger, mure ueauiuui, or moru eiai-nu r, iu m, 1) ours. It makes the "tlastic Lock hlitrh." Every second stilch can he cut, and still I he cloth cannot bo S nulled .wart without tearing it. W epay AKents from 75 to Si per niouiu aim !::. - - r.from which twice that amount can be made. Aditre V... ....n.. ,. .... tu . l'liilturi;. la-2 J Chicago, 111.; or St. LouU, Jlu. A New Colony in Kansas ! At " SKIDDY." In Ne-hn Tall-y. on Jiis.ui.ni, Under lhe au-pice. of the NA'llilNAI, Ul'REAU WM. P. TOMUNSON Loe J Atrent. tut; American couTnist Axn homestead JOI'KNAL. eontuitilnsr mop., vi itlt lull purjieulars as to the (rn!illlr..i'lon ot inn l-ololiy,uie intuit. I 'nuiir ll..n. C'ii.Kite. Wuuil, Water, elc. SF.X 1' I'VEl., ou lipt.lieatioii to f. P.. Wki.ls, Sec'y N. II. of Miration, J iiiduii,, n, , .uw i ... . ron FA M If A' ISC. Iiuls - - - - 50 Ccii(n, Half Piiils 30 Ctints. For Sale by all Grocers. Write I t Ltita Illustrated ltaeoriptive Prioe List U GREAT WESTtRNWCSU' PinSBURGH.PA. Double. Sinele Mursle and Hreeon-Loadine Rides. Shot Guns. Rivolvers, Piatolt-, Ac, of every kind, tor men or boye,atVdry lowpttcw. tiuns.fl te JOO; t'ntou,iKJs. How to Advertise. If vou i-h to dverlieesten.vly, a the toast possi ble exiiei.se, uu tor eiia1';;'"'"'.; Noj. PI. 3 soil f i ti litre bt.. Ic , W. HTERj ew York. TIIK tOXl''KSIOS OF A NERVOUS INVALID. .... x Puhliheil for the benefit of youmftnen rn.'V otnen wUo mil v ftoiu Nil vou Dfl.ihtv, etc., mpjiiyine thb hkamm uklv-cihv. Wiitien by cue wtiu Ulf il him feftf. Hiid 4vit ii'' "- i't'CiviTi(f a po,-t-naid ulrt-cted friiv-lt)i-. Addict NATlUMhL BAi A1U, Bnok lyj. . Vy tn ?f. lrljyl Ait nts wanted 1 Alltlaitee of 9 IU workiuic peil?, ot either jouug or utd.niake more moiu-y ut work f .r ux in their pare moiur-ntei or ull ttiu tnut I ban at oiiytUiiK eih.-. Purtio ului fi'uti. Adilrcbb J. Biinm.n A Co , foriiuud, Alaiue, 6 Wr.LK ACiENTii WANT- Uiree. J. WuHTii, bt. La a is, Met. box 241.