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Ho w She K11sed Me the FitTie. i
I- '0t 4 hfoen6ff. where the vi0@4
t1lt hid Ihe (noe so wondrous A rI
hl VI tot 6sbeateito jt!( ray
Ur j1y odl 116 goidea 114r10
Ifer sweet brown eyes looked up to mine
With all a child's simplicity
Yet it iheir depths I fain bad read
More than a passing thought for pie I
The tiny hands and soft white arms
Closely ihe trellis work entwine;
The rosy lip.4 held richer fett
Than amber clusters from the vine I
I stonprd anel whispered, soft and low,
So sitare seemed the words to me,
"Kiss mo !" I shook with sulden fikr,
And thon I waited iftdfly !
Qiok. )Ike thq gl;ov of terly TAMet
The blushol spr6ad o'er oh oo kid r6w I
6ho bends thlidt tit andi graceful hoado
Thosb brownest eyes are dewy DoW I
And then she raised to tnine the lips
That.liuld be mine forever more j
And all tie earth, and air, and sky
Was glorious as ne'er before I
Through all my life, in good or ill,
Till hushed in silence of the grave,
tly lips with glad delight, will feel
That irst warm kiss my darling gave I
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The Labor$ of the Census Oommittee.
ofeot of the lifteonth Amendmont on
the Basis of Reptesentation.
Among the subjects discusted by the
Censts Committee at their recent sea.
sioll In thicitywas the apportiiment,
of ;i >reaentatives, to be mado on the
'basis1of1he cesus of,1870. The sub.
jeut was incidemtelly brought up, but It
proved one of the tAost interesting, not
to say izoiting, qipstiois that was coil.
sldered. Mr, ial 4m n of Pe4nnBlva.
Pia, the only democrat who was in oon.
aant attendance 'upon the sessions of
the commit tee, pointed out the fact that,
in accordance with the provisions of the
wtirteetith at amendment to the donstitu.
tion; som important changes would
take plice mn the roprese'tatioh' of a
number of the Northern States, espeoal.
ly if the fiftPenth amendment bhould
fail of ratifitAtion Prior to the taking of
the consne. This *ks newk (6 the
prominent radical members of the com
inittee. They stared at eaoh other as
if a new Idea had suddenly dawned
upon them. The second section of tlo
fourioenih article of the amendment
IRepresentatives shall be sopointed
among the several States according to
their respective nimbers, counting the
whole number or persons in each State,
excluding Indians not taxed. But
when the right to vote at any election
for the choice of electors for Preidlent
and Vice-President of the United
States, Representatives in Conoress,
-execotivo nnd jiilicial officers of a Stati
or members of the Legislature thereof,
is deiitd to any of the male inhabitantot
of such State, being twenty.one years
of-ne oind citizens of the United States,
or"tbridgid, except foi jirticipatlon in
rebtllimi ror other crime, the basis of
representation therein slill be reduced
in the prorot tioln Which th0 number of
1n111 citizin- shall bear to the whole
number of male citizens tweny.one
yeari of age in such State.
There ins been no apportionment
ofrepresentst'vea atnong the several
State At -ce tisi amendment became a
part orthe conatiition, and fcourse its
effect has not been felt. It is qiestion.
ablo whther the radica in Gongress
In passinig the amndcmen)t, or the Legis
hriure's in ma tif'ying it, anticipated its
coniequiences. It will be observed that.
it will have no eff-et whatever upon
the representation of tho Southern
$mtte, because those wvho are disfran..
cilisedh for Jiarticipat ioin in the rebellion
are niLt Cdunted out In the epportiol..
ment. Ini thei Northe,rn Sfite's, howev.
er, whoro the negroes are not allowed
to vote, anid in ainme of which there are
psropiermy. edtucanionial and nativity tests,
itsi tf?t-t will be seusibl~ felt. Hereto
tor' t he negromssin the t orihern State,
as well as aill othe.r olasses d sfranchmsed
from wyhatever cause, have been taker
into the account in making the appor.
tionment for representation in Congress
In establi4hig the basis under the cen
asus of 1870 they will be left out; arid
dhe ratio of represenitatlon reduced ac.
cordigiv. Large States like New
York, Petnnsylvania and Ohio, Which
re fuse to enfranolhise their negroes, wihl
loste Iroma one to t*o, And perhapps three'
repriiesentativee each, andother smalhet
States in proportionis So much for the
effect of' thle fourteenth ,Omendmnt,.
The ndopi ion of the Aftenth ameondmnent
would of course change the asipeot b
the case to a considlebble' etent. Al
the negroes 'in the -Norsborn Statet
would th&ibe vtbrs; The o'nly persont
d afrauichised) would Se those cominf
withi the qcope of the pr4rrt, dti
cat ih,nn)and ,ntvity q.i an o~s~ s
euch'Etates as Massachuisette atid lUe
sland. it is not, believed thai theti
tire suffcient of these in -any of the
St at es toiffet their representation,-.
The best informed among the radical
.pehtii regard tihe ratification of' the
IA 'nth amemidment. by the- #equlsite
unra ber of Sta'es,'prior to thftskin& 9
the gepuinW in ,tinin,l87dt, A t
d l4'trful. So far the offiir #eo al
t se Stiate department~ gh9w tat bt
leve out o tile req~u.itse Lptotgl
heratifie4 thle. Dqmant
ntiwo of these, Misen ast Ka,
en4lfn-re is some .4nfovullaiE' Bonts
other States aurt reportWd,t 'ia*e f'ati
had t hi mnisunent ;' but ther vs die.
pIp4 Tamkinig it Iofo4g
wthe1j1J amen:dmenit WI AoL ta
of ts passage, was supp o
provem :Epri*bt Th
14t(ft wiygh the rad,c o oh.
es a brili 00t
int6 h.-l erlbeint
aOf lilto,- e o
PATNIK t% ATvlnNmpvxo s8
Wasliigtoti co f
Aspot#ehItf i the hsago 4'b,~
Nrites to,that PAVOt as followp:
somptm a vafrind introduced *
Vie to1dktiamtne.oe t tobacco, t4
Indian, Polopa44) on the Low Po- 4
tomlic, who was comnsel to Dr. MuId, P'
thq ourg6ot of John Wilkes looth... 8
Stone is niw a member of Congress "I
Irom the ]ilh . istrict of Xsryland, "I
and Is a dest .e i litafy wyer. "
He *et In his reofgeoional charactor S
to Noei ne, ot wblls t attempted s
asassin o.f WI1 am W. etward, and
returned to my introducer wih tdhis
statement ; h
"That fell* io tho moit e3traordina.
ry and irreeottable ruflan in Ohristen el
dom. Ie is bit 1;ke a oppntio sav- c
age, has no idea of feaf, posses no h
sensibilities, and wants to dio with 1
"H esi to ne: "I don't want a
trial, I ddserve to hd hanged, and i
expect61 it. I don't want to %e led LI
out 1nto qourt every day, with chains V'
on my. legs, and a doily hurrah. I
meant to kill that old Seward, abd how 0
I fail4 I can's -IMgine. I belev I
was rigb; in trying to kill him, and all I
I regret is that I didn't kill hit. First t
I went at him with my knife and then C
with my, pielo butt. If I hed _ il
sessed anything else, I should have
finished him. .
Stone sked him the extent and na.
turo of the coispiracy.
"it was a plan to carry off Lincoln
and give him up to tho onfederates," t
said Payne; "but when that failed, I
Booth, who was the only ono in earnes,
proposod to kill Lncoln and.Oll the
Cabinet. All the rest backed ou And
scattered like a lot of beggars. ;We
never heard of Surratt or Arnldil or
any of them again. I told - Booth tiat
I would go in with him, and he pr4err
ed te kill Lincoln, while I Was se, upon
Seward. IftAtserodt, or Harold"were
in the matter, they were in.prely hntg.
era on. I degerve to be killed, and so
does Booth. The rest were women
Vixw6 oF HoN. A. H. TEPri &N
THIC POITIOAL SITU AT:oN*.-Thd New
York World ptiblishes thb following
letter from the Hqn. A. H. Stephens.
addressed to a personal friend in that
CRAWFonD8ViLLIC, GA. June 18
My Dear Sir:-Your very kiQ' and
highly appreciated ivot of the Gifia.
was received yesterday. Allow .e to
return my thanks for it. I am imbrov.
ing slowly, very slowly. however, from
my hort, some four months or more ago. f
I can now sit up part of the day, lbot
can neither stand nor walk yet without
aid of somo sort. I have, notwithstaiid.
ing this affliction, rea-med work on the
second volume of the "Constitutional
View of the Late., War Between the
States." I agree with you in styling it
tie worst and most culpable that ever
took place on earth. I greatly fear,
too, that it will in ito ultimate conse
quences, prove to be the most dias
trous one that ever occurred toth
principles of constitutional liberty.
Oir Constitution, as made by the
father,, was ohe of' the most w6iadWfu
poliical achievements eversattaIined hy
genmus and phtriotism. Had ii. prinef
pies been ad hered to, this late tqrrible
war never would havo occurred, and the
only hope now for the present and the
future of the country, is to bring back
the Federal administratiott to the true
principles of the Constitution. This
can only be done by a virbuous,. intellb
gent and patriotic people.
JANStx W AToN Wan OylutfoN
0| BF EAxLIAN OFFz0vAL..The Wash
ington corresponden$ of,the New York
Theld, writing to that' papar under
dat,e of thq 22d inst,, sayo:
Geon. Ja,mes Wlatson Webb, who
arrived'here this mo,rninIg, called 'dtinig
the dlay at t' e State Department and
had an interview with Secretary Fish.
Rtytttangng thgg~t that he .g
sillan Overnment, has suibtantIally re
ceded fronm th.spqtlton it Airst occupied
relative td the o ecam
for the ghip'h o 4 ofls claims
I1erpe in hi o V. e rsl
ian offlials. j dtht as a set
of bu,rbaris#s, atp strangers
to theamebides o tened dIipom.
ish he'oos,plAIid bitterl #f thb1
braRihlinede.saA he, n6 respect or
our Government any more than they
have for that of H~ Li. In hist iIion
thaeonly iy .9p.1e Ahent ree eis
would b* ~W.Mtn thgirasmngu
and if the present offiiahti remain at the
hea*d bAf I, afhthink's it wilfl'b' to
i go eats t
just as he was, but they have not
enough spirit in and do not
seem to know Insulted.
Alt ther ed with
iha * back
fa~ 1 ~ im
O cat t. ae.
- rinChe WiTyd x I
1n ordoe to railb (iluids fieb4iat' 4
pay the large salaries of tihe inniimera el
0 -oies thpxmwgafrnm., itq Our jtatfit1
4 t'1 UIake the Pecilttioa of Ocot ',
An 1aiofs fiblihb d ' yh i9
iinte;t It,bPm ' re!t 4. 1
6 9 enotiftia 't OOM; of" 6on0 by W
41ob.Th dhreportJIp. of 11Ms 9
Motl to the actia V4l4e 'or all. ilit S
opaiyt itt ,ur #4phrishod il'ttiq b
at was*o 4ppar#ho,.that an . o i
ent Aot was. peeseWf, b.which a b
the Osptal could attribute aty vaihn' tI
pleased to the tixOtle! proporty im t twt
ate. Thiis.han b)e.4n done itS h1It iII
me-Cointies the i e of prosperIv 1h k
ten Incrox'ad threv times it) roal v"t'li. C
%a, upon he wholo, tI hat of the Site a
is been doubled.
.,Th, enloes of thiapolipy is QnlV
(ua An honest, o
meciani (66s tika?yer has retut.rnled 'I
is ploperty at its ful v1.lue-61hh lese ft
irulotWneighbor has tettirnod hilt. at e
diy one,third. Now, instead of n*- d
gning to the prop -rty of eaci it, real tl
alut the "board oif equalt0,i0"
iite all in the-Ounty. Whata ro
The writer of this owned asmall traot.
r land, for which he wou!d have tiken "
40946ash. He-notunilh -old it t 1
800, on -; oredit11) .d VVll' 441 gi I
ie iecuritlet to ait ope for $400 0
ash. The mathinery of the tax A't 0
asagiven tis piece of prop.rig a value I
1$,900. 'th write has r4nted this I
0ar soti1 platittibtis -for a 14#0 sim
ithe 1t amssid for the yestr. -
* ew.I this lawlini? -Thte ConstIo
itI $o id0thit tg*atioh upon propet.
V shall be ad valorem; shall be in
roportion to its rMl Valu, &o., &o ,
ur on this.p6int'the tonautiiti;on is very
[III, and e0 repeats * Secti .3
krtlilo 11, hays rpetls Stino.''$tion t
10. Article I; says: "All property
uhjact to taxation shall be taxed in
iroportion to its valie." 'Now, can the
egislaure,by the machinery of any
%ot, 'egally tax my property at -a rat's
lou e its hctual valu) 14 the tfgis
slature above the Conatitution ?
. Let every citizn whose property has
seen rated it more than its real valte
efuse to pay; Iake legal ad'ice, and, if
lecesary, apply to the coria to htao
he Collection of the ecest bvit the
egal tax wnjoined. We may trust our
N: Iges, for, notwithstanding the -party
%hich elected them, they have shown a
ispositioq to dischArgt- the duti6y of
httI omce honestly.
IU FFEnEn 1.
Olit&-a RAli.soAD TitAvEf.,xo0M
r. Peake,Esq.. the General Sup.rinten. I
lent of the Son'.h Carolina Ruilroad. I
@ now issuing "Green Line" ceitifneales
vhieh entitle the bearer to travel at
laif fare, once each week, over 'he
illowing naned jrailro4di: Lunisville
nd Naiville, Mempns and Loinsville.
qashiville and Northwestern, Nashville
und Chattanooga, Western anid A lan.
ic, Seina, oine ad Dalon, Maacon
nd Western, Atlania and Weat Ptinst.
dontgompry .id We%t Point, Geo)rgia
Ind South Carolina 1ailroads. This is
tone under an agreemett entered into
at the "Grten ane'" Convention, held I
it Atlanuta inMatch last, anil the hair
are'' privilege ha? extended to all per.
ons traveling "fe,r the purpose of solicit
ng business." Thu cost of traveli.ig is
u ias way reduced otte-half. We are
glad to ehe this new movemast. It Ca
in indiciation that our rairoads are bent
mn giving all the hie they can to our
eople, who miust ao their part by
wrorking actively to extend their trade
and mnakq kno'wn the business a.lah.
Lgos '.hey are -prepared to. offer.
SIootxG AFFnAT AlN.Ain#
Wejd,arii from th 4auguista O4ronicle
*sad 8EsnsineI that n shooting am'rn,
occurred in Rwhmbrg onWdndy
morning last, which resulhed in the
shoot,ing o( 4 .nan si,ho.q p sp eour. co
eibraryhte not raidrb.''Jt4ap'prs
that a countryman by the name of Trut
was driving A -wagoq4own ,the .t stee
wh'en'suddenly a mnan atepyed toMrlrd EnJ
knocked down one of the mules lie wase
rron'his wagon, drew his revolver and
flred I,wiQ.on his sggressor, the first
shot takltWWfeot 'In his thigh, the sec.
ond in his stomachi, Indlictung two s.
rious W9tInd#.a 4: JR pea?g*khat the
shooting grew out of a mistake ntde by
the man wottmded. Hie had somn 'rudge
against another man whbiF Tut re.
sembled. and seent the' fatter in his
wagon thought that it was his enemy
nethe assalt on~ the mule and the
su * gyoqting.
We learn from the EdJge.ld Adwrsiser
thas~0t,qs. mornmna last,.,ot o 3:g
dreels near&luda Rtiver. - $bn-A.
dimoulty between these two men some
time pruett that Garrett ha4
p uraued B vit intent.,
Bunday m ,ttered Blease'6
finally dra n Ji lease. UYpo,
thi,sthe latter ehos him. The Adsw.rI
fdes' says: "We hope we do not
per Iha&situsIi- w
.- ~ R
AWhou Iegues ralkOut,"
A OhAttanooga (Tenno)paper, can
a-tedutbh -interest of, tokbi de-.
6s"that the, commissioeuts- of- re
SttMtiotlnu Hamilton county repprei
240-bites and 1,900 colored, whloh
1,500 more than there aremen ItI
io county, This registration is the
ykof the Senter pary ; henqe the
40kes oriua exposes the swJudle.
Lokes and Senter, it will be roem
Dred, ore both Ridical candidates for
ke Gubernatrial chair; and Senter,
sing now the noting Goveror, hat,
Ie advantnga of S.ok'l" iI in uipulu
on of thie eic-oratiou li-ts.
Bat, suppose S-s wero the Co.
Irvative oaididate ! Would tht
hattanooga elitur hAve 1anyOhling if
abit tho H-imilton county fraud
e aogine not.
It Is an admirabla stroke of polioy
m the part of the Conservatives ot
'ennessee to have no candidate in the
eld. Let Stokes and Senter pull
aoh other's wool until one of thei is
riven to the wall. Let them expose
Ie villiny and corruption of their
wo party until the veriest carpet.
agger or scalawag will be astotided
t its etent.
The great body of the Conservattves
f Tedoessee being di6froanobised, their
aterest lies in an "arnied neutrality"
)r the present. Wheq the time
oe thofq who are not disfranohisoi
an Jeoido the election. Lct thern
upport the candidate who pledges
isolf to favor the restoration of the
ranohise to their oppressed fellow
Itisens. Impractio4bles would ad.
ise them to run a candidate of their
mn and thus ensure the election of a
tadioal candidate unpledged to any
on,dessione to the Conservatives.
The.Vonservatives of both Tennes
es atid- Vir inia have learned some
hing from te folly of some of their
Political brethren of the South. They
ieed not the croskiogs of the faction
if, impractioables who, however hon
istpare most sadly miataken in some
of their ideas of public policy.- Wil
R1G1TRATION IN Virta IA.-The
result of teA days registration and re.
rislon, says the Richmond Dispatch,
e most gratifying to true Union men
-appalling to the wretched drew which
would deliver ,ip the State to barbar
im and corruption that they may thrive
i'd fatten on the public treasury and
1e public miscry I Richmond at.d
Flonrico are safe, and will wipe out
he majority the rascally Underwood
Jonvent-lon thought they had secured
>y moEt villainously gerrymandering
he State. But in all directions the
epqrta are cheering. M..j.rities are
lhaned for the whites iII many coun
:Ied. We hall add at least twenty
Ive thousand to the white vote.
Wells estimated it accurately, and
'eared it, as well he might. H1.
wante4 to' exclude the twenty-fiv,
,housand altogether, which the most
!abid men of the Reconstruction Coni
nittee thought monstrous, and plainl)
iaid, '"No, G,vernor Wells, this In
14tilty we will not permit !" And now
he terrible twenty-five thoukand are
%t Wells' door. We hear him ex
31sim, "Ob, denuition, I am gone
Work,Virginians l Win the day~
so that ever .man, before be dies, ma~
pxolaim, " am free /"
-The fall In pries, of our staple since
tb war ham greatly crippled the cot.
Lo4-planting interests of India und
Egypt. The largst .yield. in Inidi.
Was that of 1806, when it reaohei
l,#40,0}8 bples. This -was brough!
down in 1808 to 3,40,578 bales.-.
E ypt prodneed,in- 1865,.-404,411
ba -1 in .1888, 193,f'85, or noi
to disturb a oalculation of pr o
bb,l vsult bereafter.. Both thes<
countries paid the-penalty of a too ex
elusive devot ion oft, ei. lands to cot
toe, undeg'the stimulus of our war
faulsine whieb eartied of niearly a mil
lion of huamau beings. .In SmyXrna
eqd othes pottlons of the Lsvaint
where the fig crop was sacrificed to tha
growth of cotton., thie culture has beer
alsrost entirely 'aiaddled. tTic
Stte is likely to ..remain the cbie
et rg owe f b. world; pad w~
e,alothtits capacity for inoreps
no.the increased supply of laber.
T epottan.oe of eneour ging qsi
. alot oopspes magniAn hsMe
I tIa$ geatest 01te,a$.-4. f . racd
.9E1f5 iN COAt Rtao ow UR
Asa The Ander.on Jnfellgener
Two. members ,of the Stat.e Con
sjaal m4ry, Jerry.. Hollinehead .a<
e C,. uo of. Abbeville Coun ty, ci
sdyass *srarrsted Wm, 1'. Chain
kil9s e,te.p.ctable young inan of- th.i
Co,untyalirgedwih the murder of
negro woman killed near -8tevenson'
.rryon the. - uight, of sib gMh o
*My The friends .of the seensed ari
sp0d*nt of es.ekishing his innooono<
e nd a doubt. Hie was lodged-iF
$ 4il ,will.96oty be biought. be
Qa holesaow abet
poR wi o( i4 oeeu.; -We for
oru Oomet Qopp4 thisa asres-:for thm
present, and plo refralq ;from -ivin.j
publielty to the many- rumors connoc.
toyeomls Isbj nem." "
.AI CULUoAL A
OLYMPIAN SPORTS AN
COL~. C. T
NEW ORLEANS GIRCI
- - r r- -- - - -
Pr. *t' 86 '
a 4 )
- 1a )(%$
JS AD MENAGERIE,
THE OrIX OR ANIZATION
of the kind extant projoe-ted and
equipped with 8onthern capital, man
uged and directed by Southotn men,
and its perambulations confinled to tle
3outhern States, '1nd by far the most
elegant, attractive i nd satisfactory
exhibition now traveling.
0or.. C. T. A irs, Proprietor.
DoC C.IBERs, 3nsinelsm Minager.
CArT. J. L. 13nFE6E, Treasurer.
The entire oombination wilt exhibit
FRIDAY, July 9, 1869.
At Two and SEVEN, Afternoon. and
A Score of Beautiful Ladies.
The mtit fascinating, ACcompi.Ihed
and elegaint in the Arenio
A Legion of Male Artists,
That have but few equal and no supo.
riors in phases of daring and agility.
A Duo of Lion Tankers,
Mule atnd Female, ti-e -personiflication
of m1riraeulis rnd Irovnpreheni
ble courage and fortitude.
A Most Extensive Menagerie
Of rare Vild Beasts; of nearly, every
known species, rnd of every -geo
graphial range from the
brigid to the Torid
A Herd of Trained Horses
Schooled abnost to the~ point of ration
ality. Miracles of eggine riccom..
Clowns, Musicians and Come
Brirmful of 'rich humor, ravishing
harmimy anid acceptaible face.
*tia, together with
cessary adjuncta to render i6 t~ e ryg
-cet, monst complete-end' r
Combinhtion bef%r the PublIc.
The Grand. Wreot' Procession
Will eclipse in gorgeona display," ex
tent ad novel features,, pagong
*which wil b.e the
Anythipg; of the kind ever beforc
ern and Campacrn MR i.aw
thu. WM 20~
The Purest,-Meat and:-hoapest
SOLD BY ALL GROCERi.
Besi and ohealpo41 PeoIerizer in exisence.
-'o r M l l - h )o t011 4 s , W a t e - C I o e l . s l be l e e , & C
11.hinln l Iy .414+?4hbild 131w1'T 11141,lo i. glis. I
:4. Pro101.6ore.4 111d (*lttle frorp Iill.
teps.Drives V1.-11e-inl 6.r,11 potiry, nild
v, ung pilat. Prevenit. Conlen tiand in.
reci hn. Cheape-'t4 need m. ri cillholin pow.
ler in ue. Mets I hil-f NeJaremonms .
ropolitian , ioam lpeilth. Fir I pretiiutm
W1rded ty AmbrininO Titstimte. Liclar
wih io-iioiniia-lsm moinled on applietion.
liOLINS, KIlRKUP & CO., Dey.St., N. Y.
RED jACKET AXE
1 better 1linn our regulair Miaped AXes for
tieve reftsis: Firf,--It cuto deeper. Se.
colid it, don't atick in the wop;. 'i'it'd.-It
does not jar the haud. Foue th-No time il
w4aird in taking the Axe ont of the ciii.
Fifthi-4With the saine labor you will ,loone.
third more wori.M.an wilih regular Axes.
Red pnint hitin nohing to d1o with the good
qinlities oif this A-to, or nil our Axes aro
painlted reil. le your h-irdwa' e store doei
not keep oir goods. we will gladly answer
iiinies or fill your orders diruct, or give
vote the name of iho neares, dealer who
Keeps our Axes.
LPPIOOTT & DAT10 1ULL.
Sole owners of Colburn's and lIed lanket
Pattents. -June 80
Only One Dollar.
IT It e nuifly- itivetiled
pocket I1imo piece. suit.
Able fo either larly or
enortlenrt't2i, in htAudsonin
e11atal ensf. whIt,e ditf.,
giltt lo1te'ed. b r a P .
moinion.t.s, sound an10
PervIuvit6le with key completo. A troe,
perm-inent indionor of titne : ehrnnteu
for Iw -years : post,paid .to nny arv or'tho
U. 8. on receipt pf One Dollar, or three for
$2 5). If sittiihation i not givefi money
refunded. Addiress W. Seott. & Paul, 48
Cihthnin street. New Yoyk, The Oriode
Watch $15 Send for Caiatognle. jno 80
$10.0 Porty Gia titedA
Agents to sell Ihe Ho.3- SnuTTr.11 8WtrII:
MAciNFI. It. mako the Look Silldh alikV
on both Sides, liss le undir4feed. and is
eqol in every respect to any Sowing Mn.
chine ever invented. Price $25. %% arrant
oil for 5 yenrs. Send for ciro'.nr. Addres
.JotsION. Cl.AtC & (0 , 13otIon, MIs ,
Pittsburg. Pa., or St. Loui-, Mo. Juno 30
' ' A YEAR -Male and Fenale
1800 Agents wanted overywher'j.
Address li. AsDEnSoN & Co., 814 Olive ut.,
St. i.ouit. M o.
f tIE tailies Enic Supporter, (Q. 0.
SL,illsonsj) for monthly. tse., ?impe,
convenient ned neat. For.sale at mihne.y
and faney goods stores. Famples by nen,I
on2 receipt of onc d,tilar. Dnt.. 1. Roatq N
iinrletta. Oat., solo ugent for Souith Caroli
na1, On . Flat., Alns., Aliss., La. jtune 80
o Oalntyitsg ii, ef ety rr..fn
caht do btla dn qitIng nseat.
- ly; ,atinkly 2and21Npf
MAN hwgnese nItlynon
i e lrges pise--. rint eat
Insirnotions are oppt, with
IS heli office, osabling'e h6par
dhtaser toset work ihout
aprevious kntowletge, of
priin'g, A ci-dIia,f con
OWNta1tning full -s deilioti,
OW rives nwpa .4.ma,t
reni al. Our ~pcfmen
-Shteeta of tyPpe.'Cnts,' &6 ten
$fl000$ SA LARY. Address U.& . a~ Qo.,
ToYw.York, ..;6-jon, 2?
ANTED. -- E'nm'gedo 'dniviers to
mItiake S10 bo $16 a dnty selilfK th oo
of thea most remarkab)le inventionts of tits
r,ge Bllako's $1 Palet t Chair Springb7.thht
make an easy .,rcoking chair Olab gf -any
ohair. Beware or infringers. Sendfoj
circulare to the -Pattenice, rtfanufneo,&,I
andPrpret . ANDRRW M.41r4K5C.
RIl PrprBoo. $$ dain Ohio.
A8K you iotr oi g o we
kQuinln,-i c iu~ahllr 0e siglg. Is
QE LA-flELP V'OR Ti tN1 ... rds
I.of Cheer ror t b9.- n'g alt' fi? Ave
aOllen victims to ft00 Ab EVILI4 de et a
better alANHOODr 84t%ls .ealeddetter
T NRTV4oApes, tie d.eh 14)
47 )9108q)g9q1 Viwir .of h!4rring'e.v4The
90o the rhidq04( bOdy1gilhthtuthor's
toC titdyto1 e -cr
mlkrvjagd,wbo entuhgIin d in ~ ~ t
*loal condition. Sent free Qt postftkA
any addett.R on t20igso JC.pttte is
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