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| IFF. INN U RAN CK.
|5,000 FOR fO PREMIUM,
Under tho auspices of tlio
MANHATTAN |
CO-OPKH ATI VK KKLIEF ASSOCIATION:
CHAKTKltKU UY TilE STATIC OF NKW
YORK.
OBJECT.
The object of this Association is to Kirure n
rash payment wltliin forty days afler the
death ora member of as many dollais ns there
nr?? members tn the class to which lie or Fhe
itulougH, to his or her heirs.
MEMBERSHIP FEES.
The membership fees nro six dollars at Joinmis.
(for which a Certificate of Membership
tviU be fumishrxij and oue dollar and ten
cents Oh the death of each member, or which
dno notice will be Riven. One dollnr from
each iuemb r goes to the widow or heirs of
the deceaved member, and ten'cents for excuses
of collecting.
This company is divided into TEN
MEM anil TRN CLASSES
FOR WOMEN. "As soou as these Claques are
tilled, ten uew Classes will bo adopted. Men
and women aro not allowed "In the same
Clafees. Kvery thing done to moke cacli
Clara equal.
CLASSES.
A?All persons betwoen the ages of 15 and
i) years.
B?All persons between tho ages of 20 and 25
>0C?_A11 peraons between the ages of 25 and
:su years.
l>?All persons between tho ages of 80 and
:tS years. ? % ? ? ,
E?All persons between the ages of 35 and
40 years.
K?All persons between tho ages or 40 and
45 years.
Ci?All persons between the ages of 45 and
60 years.
H? All persons between the ages of 50 and
65 years.
I?All persons betwoen tho ages of 55 and 00
1 "k?All persona between iho ages or oo and
63 years.
The Classes for women nre the same ss
above. Any onethst Is found to give his or
tier ace wrong will be expelled, and tbo
moneys paid forfeited to the Association.
Kacli class ia limited to 5.0<X) members, Kach
penton pays $6 upon becoming a member,
and St lo each time a member ale* belonging
to the same Clais he or the may be a memlur
A nieillbcr Oj one Clzu* cannot be (wrwd this
dollar if a member of another Clati dies, hach
CUut U jNOEPKSJnKNT, having no connection
with any other.
ILLUSTRATION.
Class " A" bas 5 000 male members A man
dies. The Association pays over within forty
days 85,000 to the widow or bolrs, and the remaining
members forward within thirty
days one dollar and ten cent* each to the Association
to reimburse it. Falling to send
this sum tliey forfeit to the Association all
moneys paid, and the Association supplies h
new membertollll the place of the retiring
one.
ADVANTAGES.
The a?l vantages of this Association over ordinary
Life Insurance Companies are: No
panics can break it; the fees are so small, and
required to be paid at such long Intervals
that any man can secure to his family a con;latency
upon his death.
HOW TO BECOME MEMBERS.
Any one desiring to become a member may
apply In person, or must send 56 in cheek,
bauk dnut. postal order, or by express, the
expre&iage being paid by the applicant. Under
no circumstances will the Association be reponsible/or
moneys sent but in this troy. Acompanying
the money must be a paper
giving tho applicant's lull Dame, age, birthplace,
present occupation, who the Certificate
of Membership is In favor of, postolHue address.
town, county. Htute. Also a Medical
Certificate setting forth the physical condition,
and whether in the opinion of the
doctor examining, the applicant Is a proper
penon to be insured, Itlank forms or application
for lnemoeralilp will bo sent upon application.
JCach member ought to try to make neto members:
by Jo doing he benefits himself. No letter
will be noticed that does not contain a
three-cent postage htamp to prepay return
|K*tage.
INVESTMENTS.
The by-laws of the association require that
one-third of the money received as new
membership fees,shall be mado a stnkinc
fnnd to meet payments fallingduo by the delinquencies
01 members. This land is held
by tho
NATIONAL. TRUST COMPANY,
and will bo Invested in United States ltonds
or Real Kntate, or bond and mortgage upon
New York city property, which property
shall be double tho value Of tho money *<>
loaned.
TIIE FUNDS.
The remaining two-thirds, after paying
the expenses of the association, shall ba Invested
in Real Kstato In tho city of New
York, or In bond and mortgage on property
In the city of New York, tho interest of
which shall go to pay the current expenses
of the a?oclatlon. If a deceased member
leaves no heirs the money becomcs the property
of the association, with the proviso that
the expenses of burial shall be paid out of
such funds, said expenses, however, not to
exceed one hundred dollars.
A member tailing to pay his fee Oroue dollar
and ten cents within thirty days from
date of notice forfeits all claims upon tho
association, and also forfeits all money previously
paid. In the Pacific States this time
is extended to sixty days. A member having
no permanent residence must notify the
secretary aua appoint a representative to
pay his fees.
When members choose they can send ton
dollars and fifty cents to the treasurer to prepay
their dues, which sum will pay lor ten
deaths, thus saving the tronble of sending
f 1.10 each time, besides a saving of fifty ccnts.
No man Is so poor that he cannot pay K now
and 91.10 occasionally, thus securing *5.000 to
bis heirs. The average number of dollnr*
each person will have to pay to secure 95 000
will be 930 per year, a little over flity cents
per week. This makes'this mode of insurance
cost about one-sixth what they would
have to pay any regular insurance company 1
tor a 13,000 policy. i
All communications should be addressed
to ROBERT P. NOAH, No. i&3 F htrcet,
Wellington, D. C., General Agent for llie
District of Colnmbla and States of Virginia
and West Virginia, or the Manhattan Cooperative
Relief Association.
The TRUSTEES of the Association are.
E. McCUKDY, Enq.
ELSoN T. WRIUilT. Esq., President Btar
Metal Company.
W. s. cabman, ?>q.. President Stnyvesaftt
Bank, New York city.
II. W. FORD. Esq., Cashier National Bank
of the Rcpnbllc.
L. W. MURRAY.
Tbo OFFICERS Of the Association are:
E. McCURDY. President.
i? unu m n/oi/irim m? u-vnt
r.uov? JL. TT ItlUUl. IICOXIOUUCU"
W. H. CABMAN. Treasurer.
Lt WIS HANDEIW, becrelary.
Local Agents aIk wanted In every
county and town, and applications irom
competent parlies for snen agencies, with
iraltable endorsement, should be addressed to
the Company's Uenerai Agent,
HUBERT P. NOAH.
Mo. 222 P street, between Fourteenth and
Fifteenth sts., Wtuhmaton. J>. C,
deneral Agent for the District of Columbia
and Btates of Virginia and West Virginia.
aep3Q-3m
Choice White Wheat
FAMILY- FLOUR,
AL80.
PURE RYE FLOUR.
/* ?mv Aoeh. imt rooelved and for
laioby" i. 'S 5
PAXTON A OGLEBAY,
le? Np. JH Mi4a.irfw?'
CEMENT.
XX. II. BJjJBUON'S
Phoenix Hydraulic Cement
Fir hydraulic kneroy, eqdal
to any man n factored In U6 United
hLaics. Kverjr barrel warranted. Opntoaotors
are -very respectfully solicited to give
us atrial. Foraale in anyqnantltj. I*"* c
forget the brand. Always remember toe
best Is the cheapest. Capacity of oar Mills
eqaal to any demand, orders solicited and
promptly filled.
P. C. HILDRETH ? BRO.,' A rents for
West Virginia, No. 68 Maiu street, Wbeelln*.
W. Va. OCl7-2m
Overcoats,
at ^
M. GOIMAN & CO'S:
goofeg and JtattotitrM.
1868. I 1868.
FALL 1RADE.
Tho Larges Stock of How
"Wall J5ai)ers
IN T*4 CITY. ^
^ Klrt.il SOPPl* OF
School Boois,
School 3pitionory,
&c., &c.
An elegit assortment or
Calf and Morcoco Pocket Books,
Gtlfl Pens, Penoils, 4o.
A Alio btock or
FA Mllpf BIBLES,
Prayer and limn Books,
Blank Books,
I Memorandum Books.
Inks, Tone and Ponoils,
Writing Paper, Envolopos, &o?
JnAt received ami for sale wholesale and
retail st the
VERY LOWEST PRICES,
BY
JOSEPH GHAVES,
NO. SO
aepl
THE
LARGEST
AND
THE BEST
AND
THE CHEAPEST
LOT OF
American & 'English
Wail Papers!
IN 111K CITY, Irt AT
CAMPBELL & BlcBERMOT'S,
MKNDKL'S BLOCK.
nnrlO ______
gtuggisis.
Who was it
rilUAT INQ,UIKKI> FOR
1. < hevAlIur's Life for tlio Hnlr.
Wine of Tar.
i'uiii I'nlnt.
Pain Annihllalor, Ac.
For sale by
T. II. LOGAN A CO.,
and LOGAN, LIST A CO.,
PrngglatH.
Sausage Manufacturers
CAN BUY A PRIME- ARTICLE OP
SAGE?CROP 1>-6S, from
T. H. LOQAN & (X).,
and 1 OGAN. LISTdt CO.
Double Hard Rubber Trusses.
T7?S?EX, MATTSOS'B A SPRAY 8YRINl2l
GKS, and a great variety of all kinds of
Trusses, isandance, lnstmmenLs, (Sc., <*c., for
T. H. LOGAN A CO..
_ IIOVM ?Dd LOUAW. HOT A CO.
DRUGS.
Chemicals, patent mbdicineh.
Perfumery. Soaps, Brushes, and Toilet
Articles, in great variety, for tale at reasonable
prices by
THOMAS J. FINNEY,
DUUGGIBT,
Sou tii End of Stone Bridge,
UENTRH WHEELING.
Physicians' Prescriptions filled with care
and accuracy.
KespectfwlJy Invites a call. sepSO
New Drug Store.
XIE BOBgCWBERB HAVING BOUGHT
out the Drug Blare opposite the Port
ceare prepared to furnish their friends,
and all Who may give them a call with the
best articles in their line. Everything usu
ally kept In a
First Class Retail Drag Store
will be found here, and Jf a desire to please
our pations is a puarantee of success we will
secure it. We make a speciality of putting
up PhybiciAxs Pbkscbhtio2?s?which will
be done neatly, accurately and at all hours,
at low prices to suit the times.
mariS 81LYEY ?* XJST.
Copper, Tin, and Sheet Iron W^are.
K E MGYA L.
I HAVE REMOVED MY WORK-HHO
and Btore-Boom ~
From 179 Market to 105 BbIb Street
Where I will be pleased to see all my a?*
customers, and as many new ones as choo?
to give me their patronage. I have afhll assortment
of all kinds or ware usually found
in Bnch establishments, and am prepared to
nil all order* ror anyxrung manamcuuetfrom
Copper, Tin or Sheet Iron.
I linve several 11 reL-class Job Workmen
and will do any WOTJc promptly and ati
lowratcsag any establishment 4n the State,
fcMHyr MO. W. lomwoif.
Common Lime.
onn BBL?. WB8T WHEELIMU LIMK
4UU In barrel*.
P. a HILDRETU A BRO.
IF YOU WANT TO
Save Money
GO TQ
M. GU1U AN & CO' .
ffittrtatrt tailoring.
1868. FALL & WINTER. 1869.
JOHN T. LAKTN. J. H. STAI.LMAK.
J. T. LAKIN & CO.
Have received one of the
largest and best selected stocks of
I
Foreip anil Domestic Goods
in the city?consisting of
:Clotha, Cassimeres,
VESTING S
A.WO
Over-Coatings,
Which will bo niado to ordor in the latest
styles anil at rooHouable rates, for ull who
may favor them with a call.
Also, on hand a fine assortment of
Furnishing Goods,
oonslAtlDK of everything that's necessary to
the complete outdtof a gentleman. Give
call before purchasing elsewhere.
J. TJ LAK1N A CO.,
Herebant Tailor*.
No. 25 Monroe btreot,
OCUJ WHKEUNG.W.VJL
1868. FALL. 1868.
THOS. HUGHES & Co.
IMC ?reliant
TAILORS,
No. 35 Cor. Monrok and Water Sts.,
W1IEELINU W.VA.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INVITE
the attention of their patrons and the
public generally to their large anil varied
assortment, of
Foreip aifl Domestic Cloths.
Oassimeres, Vestings,
ASU
GENTLEMEN'S
Furnishing Goods!
now being received; aud which will b? sold
AT THE LOWEST REMUNERATIVE
FIGURES.
AMplendld a?Kortmcutof
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
EQUAL TO CU8TOM WORK, constantly
on haud. aep7
LATEST FASHIONS!
Ladies1 and Misses'
CLOAKS, DRESSES,
Saques, &c., &o.t
Made to order, or Cut. EaAted ami Fitted,
Without making, ax ladlen may prefer.
PATTERNS
/\K LADIES' AN1) CIHL.DKKNT3 OAttmenu
of all klml* cut by measure, with
dlroctlonH for making np,
AT THE
Dress and Cloak Making
KNTA Kl.lfcjllMENT
or
MRS. KYLE AND MKS. W ATKINS,
161 MAIN STREET,
(Between.the Hoop Skirt Store and p. Kennedy's.)
WHEELING.
They receive the
Fashions, and Trimmed Patterns,
From tHo Host Bcllnble Honore*.
angll-dawly
PAXTOH St OQLEBAY
Wholesale Grocers
NO. 54 MAIN ST.,
WHEELING, W. TA.
TTAVE BECfelVKD AND OFFER FOR
11 sale at lowest market rates, vix:
iso Bags Rio Oolite.
60 Half Ghosts Unnp'r, Y. H and Impl
Teas.
20 Half Chests Black Tea.
38 Boxes and Kegs Snp'r Va. Tobaccos.
75 Bntts and Caddies Black 10a do
100 Caddies Black^s and Navy do
20 Kegs 0 twist do
100 Bbls Refined Sagai*.
30 Hilda P. R. and Cuba Sugara.
. ss Bbls prime Molasses.
Also. Floor, Soaps and Candles, Wooden*
ware, Sploes, N. C. Tar, Cone. Lye, Madder,
Copperas, Alum, Logwood, Newcastle Bi
Carb Soda, Oot'n Yarns, Batting, Bps Salts,
Baits, Chocolate. Cream Tartar, Vinegar,
Cheese. Shot and Lend, Bait, and numerous
other artloies osnaliy kept In a Wholesale
-Groc0xy?
We solicit an Tamlwatlnn Of nnr stock
from any one wanting anything In onr line.
ep?
THEODORE FINK,
Wholesale Dealer ill Produce,
Quincy stbet. Main and Market,
a AS JUST RECEIVED AND FOB
sale
10 tra Geo. F. Da via A Co*a Star 8. C. Hams
5 " - * " Dried
Beef.
I 6 hhdi Bijou Idem.
5 * Clear tiidea.
| SO bhla Pollock's Flour YInoenneR, Intl.
25- M Atlantic **
I . 25 " CJebliart'H Seat, Dayton. Ohio.
60 ' "' Dew Drop, Hamilton, Ohio,
60 M Pearl Mill*, Cincinnati.
I 6 tons Chop Feed.
10 tons Bran.
1,000 bushels Cbrn.
25 bbls Pure Cider Vinegar. warranted.
lelB
Teas and Tobaccos.
Q/\ HALP CHESTS Q. P., Y. H.- AND
Oil Oolong Teaa.
75 boxes choice dark navy and 10'? (Qbflcco,
65 boxen Virginia twist and bright pounds.
35 boxes W. il. Grant navy ana 10'a
20 boxed Russell and R. navy and 10%
Jnst received and for sale by
imj28 HOWELL, BlAMJ*- ?IBLD A CO.
UNDERCLOTHING,
? AT
M. GUTMAN & CO'S.
? I - ^ WJI?; KJ-i-AQhtSnMixprnw.
FOTJL PLAY.
A Nfl V E L..
UY CI1A5. ItEADE AND DIOS BOBOIUAULT.
Da; broke, and the first night It revealed
to I hom moa o ? -
ward staggering along, and pitching
under close-reefed topsails.
They started up and waved their
hats, and cried aloud. But the wind
carried theij voices to leoward, and the
brlR staggered on.
They ran up their little signal ol distress;
but still the ship staggered on.
Then the miserable men shook hands
all round, and gave themselves up for
lout. - .
llut nt thla moment, the Drig hoisted
a vivid flag all stripes and stars, and
altered her course a point or two.
She crossed the boat's track a mile
ahead, and her people looked over the
bulwarks, and waved their hats to :
end.%rage those tossed and desperate ,
men.
' Having thus Riven them the weathergage
the brig hove to for them. I
They ran down to her, and crept
under her lee; down came ropes"to t
them, held by friendly hands, and
friendly faces shone down at them; 1
eager grasps seized each as he.w.ent up i
the ship's side, and bo In a very short i
time, they sent the woman up, and the
rest being all sailors, and clever as |
cats, they were safe on board thewhal- j
ing brig Maria, Captain Blocum, of
Nautucket, U. S. <
Their log, compass, and instruments i
were also saved. - <
The boat was cast adrift, and was <
soon after seen bottom upwards on tho
crest of a wave.
The good Samaritan in command of ]
the Maria supplied them with dry
clothes out of the ship's stores, good t
food and medical attendance, which
was much needed, their legs and feet i
being in a deplorable condition, and r
their own surgeon crippled. '
A southeasterly gale induced the e
American skipper to give Cape Horn a
wide berth, and the Maria Boon fonnd t
herself three degrees south of that per- t
ilons coast. There she encountered j
tleld-ice. In this labyrinth they dodged t
and worried for eighteen days, until a t
sudden chop in the wind gave the captain
a chance, of which he promptly t
availed bimaeir; and in forty hours t
they sighted Terra del Fuego.
During this time, the rescued crew t
having recovered from tbe effects of t
their hardships, fell into the work of t
tbe ship, and took their turns with the t
Yankee seamen. The brig was short- t
handed; but now trimmed and hand- ,
led by a fall crew and the Porserpine'a
men. whp were Qrst-cl&ss seamen, and ?
worked with a will, because work was
no longer a duty, she exhibited a speed t
the captain had almost forgotten was t
in the craft. Now speed at sea means
economy, for every day added to a
voyage is so much off the profits. Slocum
was part owner of tbe vessel, and f
shrewdly alivo to the value of the seamen.
when about three hundred ?
miles south of Buenos Ayree, Wylie a
proposed that they should be landed
there, from whence they might be
trans-shipped to a vessel bound for
home.
mis was ODjeciea 10 ay oiocam, on *
the ground tliat, by sacli a deviation
from bis course, be mast lose
tbree days, and the porl-doea at Buenos
Ayrea were heavy.
Wylie undertook that tbe bouse of
Wardlawand Son should Indemnify tbe
brig for all expenses and losses incurred.
. ^
Still tbe American hesitated; at last
he honestly told WyHe 'be wished to
keep tbe tnen; be liked them, they liked
him. He had sounded them, and they
had no objection to join his fillip, and
sign articles for a three years' whaling
voyage, provided they did not thereby
forfeit the wages to which they would
be eutitled on reaching Liverpool. Wylie
went forward and asked the meu if
they would take secvice with the Yaukee
captain. All but tbree expressed
their desire to do so; these three had
families in Kngland, and refused. The
mate gave the others a release, and an
order on Wardlaw & Co. for their full
wages for the voyage; then they signed
articles with Captain Slocum, and entered
the American Mercantile Navy.
Two days after this they sighted the
high lands at the nJquth of the Itlo de
la Plata at 10 p. m., and lay-to for a pilot.
After tbree hours' delay they were
onarueu ny a puoi-uuai, huu iu*?u oe- gun
to creep into the port. The night 1
was very dark, and a thin irbi#Mg f
lay on the water.
Wylio was aitiing on the tafirail, and
converging with Slocum, when the look
out forward sung out, "Sail ho!"
Another voice almost simultaneous! v
yelled oat ofthe fog,"Fort your helm!"
Suddenly out ofthe mist, and close
aboard the Mnria, appeared the hnll
and cauvua of a large ship. The brig
was crossing her course, and her great
bowspiril barely missed the brig's
mainsail. It stood for a moment over
Wylle'a head. lie looked up, and
there was the figure-head of ibe ship
looming almost within his reach. It
was a colssal green woman; one arm
extended grasped a golden harp, the
other was pressed to her head in the
attitude of holding back her wild and
llowlng hair. The face seemed to glare
down upou the two men: in-anotber
moment the monster, gliding on, just
raietdng the brig, was lost in the fog."That
was a narrow squeak," said
Slocum.
Wylie made no answer, but looked
Into the darkness after the vessel.
He had recognized-her figure head.
XI nag luouunuuwu
CHAPTER XIV.
Be'ore'the Marls snlled again, with
tbe men who formed a part of Wylie's
crew, he made them sign a declaration
before the English Consul at Baenos
Ayres. This ' document set forth the
manner in which the Proserpine founderedjlt
was artfully made up of facts
enough to deceive r careless listener;
but, when Wylie read it over to them,
be slurred over certain parts, which he
took care, also, to express in language
above the comprehension of such men.
Of conrse, they assented eagerly to
wbUt they did not underatand, and
signed the statement conscientiously.
DO'Wylie and bis three men wore
shipped on board the Biadlcea, bound
for Liverpool, in Old England, while
the others sailed with Caplflin Slocam
for Nantucket, in New England.
The Boadicea was a clipper laden
with bides, and a miscellaneous cargo.
For seventeen days she flpw before a
southerly gale, being on her best sailing
point, and after one of the shortest
passages she bad ever inude, she lay-to
outside the-bar,' off tbe Mersey. It
wanted but one boor to daylight, the 1
tide was flowing; the pilot sprang 1
aboard.
What do you draw?" he asked of <
the master. .
Fifteen feet, btrely.," was.(be reply. 1
That will do," and the vessel's head 1
was laid for the river.
They passed a*lafrge bdrk, with her
lop sailB backed.
"Ay," remarked-the pilot, "she has
waited since ,the half-ebb; there ain't 1
more than four boars in the twenty- 1
four that such craft as that can get in."
"What la fiheT All American;iiner?"
asked Wylie, peering through the
gleom.
"No," said the pilot; "she's an Australian
ship. She's the Shannon, from
Sydney."
The mate started, looked At the man, .
then at the vesseK Twice the Shannon
had thus met him, as if to satisfy him
that his object had been attained, and
each time she seemed to him not an in
animate thing, but a silent accomplice.
A chill of fear Btxnck through the man's
frame as he looked at her. "Sea,'there
she lay, and in her hold were safely
stowed XICO,000 in gold, marked lead
and eopper.
Wylie had no lugirageaor effects to
detain him on board ; he landed, and
hating bestowed his three companions
in a sailors* boarding-house, he whs
hastening 10 the shipping agenta of
Wardlaw and Son to announce his arrival
and the fate of the Proserpine.
Business Suits
AT
M. liUTMAN & CO'S.
i.vxiwx jn.yjrkiicj.a, sji
He bad reached their offloes in Water
Street before he recollected that it was
barely half paat five o'clock, and,
though broad daylight on that July
morning, merchants' offices are not
open at that hour.- The sight of the
8hannon had so bewildered him that
he had not noticed ttiat the shops were
all shut, the streets deserted. Then a
thought occurred to him,?why not be
a bearer of his own news? He did not
require to turn the idea twice over,
but resolved, for many reasons, to
adopt it. As he hurriedto the railwaystation,
ho tried to recollect the hour at
which the early train Btarted; but his
confused aud excited mind refused to
perform the function of memory. The
Shannon dazed him.
At the railway station he. found that
a train bad started at 4 . M.. and there
was Doming until 7:30. This check,
sobered him a little. and he went back
to the docks; he walked out to the farther
end ol that noble line of berths,
and sat down on the verge with bis legs
Uapgllng over the water. He waited
an hour; it. waa six o'clock by the great
dial at St. George's Dock. His eyes
were fixed on the Shannon, which was
moving slowly up the river; she came
abreast to where be saf. The fdw sails
requisite to give her steerage fell. Her
anchor chain rattled, and she Bwung j
round with the tide. The clock struck
Lhe halt hour; a.boat left the side of the
vessel aud made straight lor the eteps
near where he was sealed. A tall, noble
looking man sat la the stern sheets
beside the coxswain; he was put ashore,
and,alter exchanging a few words with 1
the boat's crew, he mounted the Bteps
which led hitn to Wylle'sside, followed j
by one of the sailors, who carried a j
portmanteau.
He stood for a single moment on the
luay, and stamDed his foot oa the (
Uroad stones; then heaving a deep sigh j
satisfaction, he murmured, "Thank <
3od!'
He turned towards Wylie.
"Can you tell me, my man, at what
iiour the train starts for London?"
"There is a slow train at 7:30 and an
express at 9." <
"Tbe express will serve me and give
ne time for breakfast at the AdelphL
rhank you; good morning;" and tbe i
gentleman passed on, followed by tbe J
lalior. 1
Wylle looked after him; he noted \
bat erect military carriage and orlsp, <
5ray hair and thick white mustache;
ie bad a vagae idea that ho bad Been
bat face before, and tbe memory (
roubled him.
At 7.30 Wylie started for London; tbe nilitary
man followed him in the exjresa
at 9, and caught him up at Rug)j:
together tbey arrived at the station \
it Euston Square; it was a quarter to j
bree. Wylie bailed a cab, but before j
ie could struggle through the crowd to <
each it a railway porter threw a portnanteau
on its roof, and bis military j
acquaintance took possession of it. 1
"All right," said the porter. What ?
iridreaa, air?"
Wylie did.not bear what the gentle- d
nan said, but the porter shouted it to
he coacnman, and then he did hear it.
"TJo.?, Russell Square."
It was the houseof Arthur Wardlaw! '
Wylie took off his hat, rubbed bla
rowsy hair, and gaped alter tbe cab.
He entered another cab, and told tbe
I river to *go to -"No. ?, Fenchurch J
treet."
It was tbe office of Wardlaw & Son.
. [ro be contx:?uju>.]
rilECJfc.fTXEMEV WITHOUT 11a T?. j
The Indian policy of our eovernment 1
taa so long been a caase of d?gast and
liaqpe that nobody of ordinary stomach
ikea to discusa it. We tnrn from It
LB long as we can, and handle it, when
t must be handled, mnch as men pick
ipdead oats. i
But the thing will not be ignored. It 1
orces itself upon the attention, not
?nly through the sense of smell, but
>y touching the pocket?an American's
nost vital point. Wo must stop this
ndlan swindle or it will stop our natonal
credit and strangle oar business
>y onerous taxation. We must atop it, .
ir our progress westward will be stop- *
?ed; and the "star of. empire" will t
lever get to San Francisco by rail. It v
oast be slopped?but how? c
There are two classes of physicians. *
)ne, not knowing the causes of a disease,
merely puts into the patient one
lose after another until he hits the g
ightone. The other uses no dose at ?
ill until he has formed some notion of
he disease to be cared. This Indian
liDouQu liuu Itaan I raatml lnnrr onminli
n the old-fashioned waj. We have
>een In the habit of putting In doses of
>lankets and beads, caps and cotton
loth, powder and whisky, in the most
ndiscriminate manner. Onthehoineo- *
lalllic plan, perhaps, when Indians f
vere fighting, onr amenta would give hem
powder and ball, and when they [
verts at peace somebody like Chiving- c
on would put In a little massacre by
eay of variety. 8lx months In the
'ear we swindled the Indians, sold
hein bad powder and tried to kill them
>tr with bad liquor; then aix months
nore we fought them, and enjoyed the
drantageof capturing onr own guns
>ack again. All these doses have not
topped the disease, and it Is high time
or some doctor to take the case in hand
vhu will stop to tind out what is the
natter.
Just now the case rfqufres such heolc
treatment,as Sheridan can adminiter.
Rut Ills surgery can only ulvo
emporary relief, We shall need Sherdan
and a surgical operation every
rear, until we eradicate the cause oj
he evil.
General Sherman has given tho subect
much study, and hi*, diagnosis
Iven in the recently published report
s altogether the best that has yet been
>reaented. He does not believe that
l<a Tnitlana Imi'n hoan honftallv a ml
lecently treated, bat at the same time
ie doea not waste any time lo worship
>ing the Imaginary "noble red man" of
he novels. The Indian is on the whole ,
i scaup, and a great many of the ]
whites who get pnshed oat of civilix*- t
ion to the border are quite aa decidedly |
icamps. If he has jjarbarism, they \
save what is worse?positive deviltry, j
[Ie ateala cattle; they steal land. He <
?boots at amall provocation; they shoot
it no provocation at ail. JFor the reet, '
Ooth drink bad whisky, and both
:beat and both wonld render olviliza,lon
an immense service by getting
rubbed oat" altogether. The eteady
ind honest settlers have these two cartes
to bear ; either is bad, bat both are
intolerable. The white scamp, hdWe?er,
can be caughtand lynched, bat the
red scamp has a treaty with?he govern
nont, and war avenges him if killed.
Sence the settler demands from the ]
government a war or extermination '
igalnst the Indian.
General Sherman strongly vrges apon
Congress the plan marked oat by the .
Peace Commission, and especially the
transfer 01 tbe control of Indian affairs
to theDepartmentof War. His recom- '
mendations deserve the more attention
as they come from one of the ablest
men in the country, who has given the
question a very thorough study. The
policy of the Commiasion we have
(kieBuj ivpoaicuij uigcu, uuk ik uuco
ot now seem so clear to ua that the
transfer of control wonld be beneficial.
Nevertheless the report deserves careful
examination, not only bv Congress,
bat also by the people who make or
unmake Congress, and have the taxea
to pay .?St. Louis Democrat.
A skwlt Indnoted policeman spotted
a richly dressed lady In a dry goods
tore, on suspicion of shap-llflicig.
' Yon are toy prisoner!" he said,laying
his hand on hex shoulder. ''What do
von mean?'1 demanded the Insulted
lady. "What's that you have on your
back?stolen goods?" "Heavens! I
never was so fhsulted. No, sir, It's not
stolen goods." "I mean no oflfenae,
madame, but my dnty compels me to
examine it." "Sir?villain?that'* my
?my Grecian bend 1"
Thb lawyers on both sides in the
Krie controversy probably regard the
matter as serenely aa the Scotch bar r is
ter, WHO, being reuunea Dy.ineplalntlff
in aoue, w?a obliged to. refer..tb?.-defendant
to one of bis professional
brethren, which be dldln the following
couplet: ' ;
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Do ye plnck tbe mee an I'll plaric ibc liher.
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hart Judges evet ywnere declare lt to be
too pat, for man/ reasons:
It Is made of the finest stock grown.
[t has a mUd and agreeable aroma.
Lt is anti-nervous In Its effects?
rhe N lcotlne having been extracted?
And Is perfectly free from drags.
Lt leaves no acrid* disagreeable after-taste.
Does not born or sting ihe tongue,
A.ml leaves no offensive odor in the room.
Being very light, on? pound will last as long
ah two to three pounds of ordinary topccco,
Orders for Elegut Heerschanm Pipes
Are being packed dally In the various
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If^your dealer does not keep It, ask him tc
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A GOOD BUOKTNG TOBACCO
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to iU original color
ttnih the gloss and
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Thin hair is thickened,
falling hair checked, and baldless
often, though not always, cured
>y its use. Nothing can restore the
lair where the follicles are destroyed,
r the glands atrophied and decayed.
"i i- outu iw rcuuuu cau oe fnYeu jor
isofulness by this application. Instead
>f fouling tho hair with a pasly sedincnt,
it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair
rom turning gray or falling off, and
ronsequently prevent baldness. Free
rom those deleterious substances which
nnkc some preparations dangerous and
njurious to the lialr, tbo Vigor cau
inly benefit but not harm it. If wanted
ucrely for a
HAIR DRESSING,
lothing else can bo fonnd so desirnbk-.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it doc->
lot soil whito cambric, and yet la.-ts
ong on tho bair, giving it a rich glossy
ustrc and a grateful perfume.
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Ayer's Cathartic Pilis,
For all the purposes or a laxative
Medicine.
a Perhaps no ono mediMa
cine is so universally required
br cvcxylKXly as
JU a cathartic, nor was ever
t_ iiny before to univemall<r
aitnnliMl intA UCP
\ ? jKi verycountryaniluiuoti^
1 i\. __<pWi 1111 cwssM, as this mild
lilyiSTC*?f / but efficient purgative
\T~i/ ~gg7 The obvious pc.i? '
cf^E-/ son L;. that it is anion- reliable
and fhr more effeetu*i
remedy than auv
1 111 other. Those who have
ied It, know that it enred them: those wlw have
ot, know that it cures their neighbors and fYiend?,
nil all know that what it docs once it does alway s
-that it nevor fail* through any thnlt or neftlcrtof
^ composition. Wc have thousands upon thouands
or certificates of their remarkable cure* of the
dlowinjr complaints, but such cures are known in
very neighborhood, and we need not publish then*.
Klaptcd to all agiM* an?l conditions in all climate- .
ontaming neither calomel or any deleterious druj?,
bey may Ixj taken wilh safety by anybody. Their
ugar coating preserves them over fW^sh and waket
ticm pleasant to take, while betas purely vegetable
o harm can arise from their use m any quantity.
They operate by their powerful influence on the
iternal viscera to purity the blood and stimulate it
ito healthy action?remove the obstructions ?>f the
tomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of the
ody, restoring their irregular action to healtli. and
j correcting, wherever they exist, such deran^ewnta
at arc the first origin of disease.
Minute directions arc given in the Vapm-r ?
ie box, for the following complaints, which these
'ills r.ipifily^cure:?
For I?/?prp?ia or Indientlon, LUtlr*?.
ie?*. I.anyuur and Lom of Appeiiti*. tii.-v
lionld be takon moderately to stimulate the atoirich
and restore its healthy tone and action.
For Complaint and its various wnjillilious
Hraikichr, Hick llraduchi-.
Uiundicp or CJrrrn Kicbn^u, Kilio.-c.
'olic and Billon* Feter*, they flhould be j;iriously
taken for each case, to correct the disc .i|
rtion or remove the obstructions which caik-e ii.
For Dj*rntc>7 or Diurrhcca, hut one mild
??* ?? trenenuiy requircu.
For llhramulUni, Cioat, Gnrel,
ation mt thr Krart, Pain in the K'liln,
luck and JLoln*. they should lie eontinuou- h
ifccn, as required, to chanps tho discx-i J iirtii.n .n
fie system. With sorh choose those eqjaplao.t-,
isaji(toar.
For Dropar ami Drop?lruI Knrllisr* U?ey
hoitM be taken in largo anil frequent dn?c* to pro
uce tho effect Of & drastic pOl7C.
For Mnppre??ioa a larjre dose should l?e Cik
s it produces the desire*! eDM by sympathv.
As a jDinner J'ill. take one or two M'Uls l<? piv,
tote digestion anil relieve the stomach.
An occa.<rionnl ilosc stimulate* the stomar!) nnd
owels Into healtliy action, restores I be appcu:?>,
n?l invigorates the system. Ilenrp it is often r ?
antagcoas where no actions derangement ?jv
nc who feels tolerably well. often finds that a t|o*c
r these I'M* makes him feel ilertdedly better, IVmn
?eir cleans inp: and renovating effect ?>u tho di<?*vc
apparatus.
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Z.OWEZ.T. MASS., U. S. A.
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.Dr. Burton's Tobacco Antidote.
\Vinom> to mora au doixjc roc Toucca M*
rS\ty xr-j-iallr <?j*d WsIm. sad is slso so turltewA
. dV. U pmrijU* mmA nrirlum t>? Mo>d. iu?l<?i?u/iU
f J r Dooibbbf sod
Imi rirtST/* Hxtf (Mr* tmrtd. WOi Flftl/Si
mi. i'.<W An istrnttiaff traatfca on tWK iajoriou.
n? of ueaeeo, with Uata of IMiSMtatf wtaearc*.
a*.. >yi rdk. A?eais vaatad.
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lutliuC* frun IUt7\M- l'wh?i, toflftod H a? i
a?rc. &. Git?oA Coanoitmjyfisrriwo Co,, OfcA>'>ov
twk V. S. TacU*c*T, f^kanfg Mf.-W* ?
trod a ?Sppty of UM jri* *? rrrztmmdlmm d..
}> vuri tcsur. \ / O. T. EoCiS
r*ow Xnr DAimma Tta?rr Piikw.?C?aiWp? .
pSocae. ber? ha Tin* brca of tha pp*tU? tor l?^?
n by axinc Dr. Barton's iAtMgu, w? daiii supply I
U* pritosm of thte tertluRleeX
JoiCrt XiTo/Wvdcd|rf !f. IT. fittte filta
A Binu'i TE*ny*r. -,d\bri?i S*Uo?a t..
f^Uccu hu artomplifkMl ?K rffffaw/of U.
W. 1U*/W KaC B*BkWni Albasy. lad
A CLncTuryimraioinr.?OhVos or ABrUM.li
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fD ?Ohm box of Bortoa's AntWita nao?iJ off Apr* fu?
fee wSEd from a*. I taka pUaw ta rwamnaMlk it u
)UobrtaUn. T. T. Slatbb. SUia^f
A FOR SALE BY ALL ORUOQISTSL ** \
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^LABKA DIiKOI??'
A newly discovered inuw^t^^bor.
i*ed quartz, equal in to the Mai
diamonds mounted Bt out own factory. In
artlsllcdlamond ^tlug*. guaranteed fine
void, end sold by v? ui oM-fipieX of u? co?t
or laldlunoiKU. to> whlcbuwy?re equal In
exerr respect ?xc*pt lnulnsle rain.
BofiteriaJQsr- drops, per pair. S and f?;
Bollterf *lnaer KlngB-fa end l'h 8olltar1r?
Bosom Pin!. nTf&, IB, fio, fis. ta?;*oiir?MiU'
HTDda. WT tot. SI K. IIO: lilmd*-r
u<ntg' Bosom naif 910 and 112, Gent*' Coster
Bosom Pin witb ulijltf, ClaMtf Pin ud
Kar-rlng?? tlft and 8-5; cluster Craaj.W.fiu
and SIS; Cluster Cron Bosom Pin mod Emxrinn.Cf
and TSr, Cluster Finger toasts,
010 and 813Order*
e>s than SO most be accompanied
wlUi m Paet-Ofllce order.and the good* teni
free. Orders exceeding tbal aooant by cxpma,
for collect! ;n on delivery, customers
paying all exprem ebaigw.
THY CJHL Addr- ML
JAMES T. MONROE A CO..
iMPOKTXaa * UAHUfACTCBKXS,
oc34-tm 196 ^roadway. New Y?k.
List, Morrison & Co.,
Affaata far SaleoTPIg Iiaa.
WBzncro, W. Va_. Feb. 25. Ltfc.
Have on ode lb? fbUowimr brands*.
120 tons Gallia No. 1 Foundry
100 w Harrison, " 44 ?
60 " Pine ti rove- M M
" IfitlOTI "
55 ? W?mrfw? - fcba.
Tobacco Twine.
1 OAA LBS COTTON TWINE.
LZUU auo lbs Juta Twine.
Foraale km by
OHAfl. H. BKRUY,
?yg yqiiWintf ?t
InKLueeicu job emct
No. 15 Qalney etiiet.
CAHDB AND BILL HEADS tmOy ptinU.1MANtTFACTCKEKS'
.LABELS.
INBDRANCK FOUCIIH AVIi BLINKH.
DRAY TICKETS AND BILL? OF DADINCi
PBOGRAIHIKS AWD POOTEBH.
OHSOS8.KOTE8, RECEIPTS.
8HOW BiUU*.<PrOom?toy Ihwhjau.
BOYS' CLOTHING,
AT
M. GTJTMAN & CO'S.

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