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Another Horrible Case.
A startling tragedy has occurred
in Cleveland, Ohio, which must
necessarily revive again the ques
tion whether, in peculiar cases,
ven murder is not justifiable.
If the published narrative ot a
Mrs. Galentine have any truth in
it, she was forcibly outraged in
tier person by one Dr. Jones, who
subsequently taunted her with
tier helplessness and disgrace.
Her husband when informed of
the facts, killed the ravisher of
Lis wife, and we suppose that there
are few married men or women
who will not think, whatever
they may say, that the wretch
imply received the reward he
merited. Theoretically speaking,
no man has a right to take the
4awinto his own hands; but it
will be difficult to convince a Ben
edick that he is not justified in
slaying the worse than assassin
who debases, by force, a virtuous
wife. It will be quite cs difficult
to convince a modest woman
thus outraged, that her husband
and protector is not the proper
party to punish her wrongs. Of
course the "majesty of the law'
should 09 sustained. Of course
no man can legally be the judge,
jury, and executioner in his own
case. Morality admits all this.
And yet morality must look with
profound compassion upon the man
phrenzied by an outrage commit
ted upon his wife, and will con
template with large allowances
any act he may perpetrate in such
a terrible condition.
E&r As Alumna, the great
mouthpiece of Radicalism, claims
to be the especial champion of the
"man and orudder," we would
like to have him explain when
next he mounts the rostrum, by
what authority he, about the mid
dle of July last, arrested Harry
Van Zant, a negro, and hung him
two or Viree times, to make him tel
what he knew about some contra-
band whiskey. Tell us, also,
'Lily of the Valley," how this
hanging scrape can be tortured
into evidence of the sincerity of
your obtrusively prolessed love
for the negro race. Particularly
as Van Zant, the negro, was no
doubt innocent of knowledge of
s violation of the revenue law, no
information being obtained from
him. Tell us, too, Mullins, what
neces uty there was for the burn
ing ot a stable containing 8 or
900 bundles of oats, at the same
time, and at the same place, in
irankim county, on h-ik river,
about two miles below the mouth
of Short creek, and about the same
distance from Marble -Hill. It is
true; we suppose, that some of
your squad assert that the stable
caught accidental! from a burn
ing distillery. But how could
that be true, when the stable was
about thirty yards or more away,
and the wind was in an opposite
direction, carrying the fire from
instead of to the stable. Tell us
all about it, Mullins ; don't deny,
for we are promised an abundance
of proof, if necessary, and, besides,
the negro threatens to have you
arraigned before the court and
6bow your authority, or pay dam
ages, for trying to play the role of
William H. Wisener.
A Tennessee Radical correspon
dent of the Radical Cincinnati
Commercial thus biographizes Wm
H. Wisener, the Radical candi
date for Governor. He thinks
W. H. has an eye to business, in
making the race. A Federal of
fice say another chance for the
New Orleans collectorship would
be a very palatable addenda to
this campaign. The Governor
ship, being beyond his reach, as he
knows, and the day for exorbitant
drafts upon the hard earnings of
an impoverished people having
pasted away, his "reward" must
come' from an administration that
avors relatives and political
hucksters rather than merit :
William H. Wisener, the nomi
nee of the Republicans, is neither
a weak man nor a strong one, nei
ther popular nor unpopular. He
is a good lawyer, and usually has
an eye to business. Running for
Governor of Tennessee at the pres
ent time on that ticket would
look like poor business, but it may
not so turn out, for after Wisener
shall have traveled from the moun
tains to the Mississippi stumping
in behalf of the Republican party.
and then after being beaten, as he
certainly will be, is it not likely
that he may receive a Federal of
fice at the hands of the President?
I believe such things have hap
pened once or twice in the history
of our glorious Government, for
otherwise it would be difficult, if
not impossible, to get men to run
doubtful races. Wisener is not
related to the President, but if he
stumps the State for the party he
ought to be considered as having
as much claim upon the executive
as he would it a second cousin 01
something of that sort.
Wisener has a record, a misfor
tune which all the Tennessee poli
ticians labor. under. II they could
get rid of these uncomfortable ap
pendages as easily as a fabled fox
once got rid of his tail, it would be
an inestimable boon and salve in
their declining days. But there
is no relief for those suffering from
attacks of old records. The hair
may turn gray, the teeth may fall
out, and the entire body be re
newed every seven years, but the
record still sticks, and looks crook
ed. A politician with a straight
record is as hard to find as an un
adulterated African with straight
It is charged by the Democratic
press that Wisener was a rebel
while a member of the famous
Harris Legislature. All the foun
dation they have for this is that
he voted for blankets and increas
ed pay for the Southern soldiers,
and so on. But it is doubtful it
he was ever a rebel, or had any
svrapatny wuu me secession move
ment. Voting supplies to rebel
soldiers, under the circumstances,
was no evidence of anything more
But he did do something after
the war that is not so easily ex
plained. Upon Brownlow's "or
der," he drew seven thousand five
hundred dollars out of the State
Treasury for merely filling a brief
before the Supreme Court, and
making a short speech in a case
wherein the State was a party,
and that, too, at a time when the
Treasury was well nigh bankrupt.
Ten per cent, of the sum would
have been a large fee for the ser
vice performed, and in justice to
the overburdened tax-payers, a
portion of it ought to be refunded,
or, rather, ought not to have been
taken out in the first place. Be
cause the State was at that time
under Republican rule, and be
cause he was a Republican, did
not justify him in taking the large
sum of seven thousand an? five
hundred dollars out of the State
Treasury for services worth seven
or eight hundred dollars.
The losses by the Virginia
floods have not been so enormous,
it appears, ss they were represen
ted to be. Exaggerations ruled the
hour while the deluge lasted, and
a magnifying 6p5rit came over
every reporter's pen and pencil
The Richmond Difatch states,and
we record it with satisfaction, that
"a year will go far to wipe out the
losses and make us forget them
Individuals, indeed, , may be ru
ined ; but the flood has fertilised
au immense surface of land far
more successfully than it could be
done by the hand of man." How
true it is that there are few pri
vate misfortunes which do not
work some general good, just as
there are few general evils that do
not lead to some private emolu
raent. . . . :
Connecticut has nine pin facto-
nes.. une ot tuese concerns can
make 7,000,000 pins a day or 2,
191,000,000. per year.
tjsr The Grand Encampment
and Grand Lodge, of Tennessee,
Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
were in session in Memphis last
week. The attendance is said to
have been large. The following
officers of the Grand Encampment
were elected and installed for the
George Mellersh, of Memphis,
M. W. G. Patriarch.
George B. Boyles, of Fayette
ville, M. E. G. H. P.
Marcus Jones, of Memphis, R.
W. G. S. W.
R. H. Barry, of Nashville, R.
W. G. S,
Robert Thompson, of Nashville,
R.W. G. T.
Petef Harris, jr., of Nashville,
R. W.G J..W.
The Grand Lodge elected the
following officers for the . same
term : .
James Rogers, of Knoxville, G.
0. H. P. Sehorn, of Murfreesbo-
ro, U. V. li. JYl.
J.L. Jarrell,of Shelby ville, G. J.
R. n. Barry, of Nashville, G.
John Johnson, of Memphis, G.
R. ... : .. . . .
The next session is to be held in
"The quality of mercy is
not strained," says Portia; but we
think it is, so far as the pr.rdoning
power is concerned. It appears,
from a report before us of the Ten
nessee Penitentiary, that a large
per centage of all the convicts im
prisoned therein were let loose up
on society while old Brownlo w "ran
the machine," by the exercise of
what is called "executive clemen-
cy. VI these pardoned convicts
a large proportion returned to their
evil practices, and again became
candidates for the felon's stripes
and cell a fact which shows that
the pardoning power is very fre
quently injudiciously exerted, and
that it promotes evil instead ot do
ing good. It may or it may not
be cruel to wish that the pardon'
ing power might be entirely abol
ished. We make the wish, how
ever, and trust we may live to see
it realised. But one potent claim
to pardon for a convict should be
recognised by any executive officer,
viz: proof of 'innocence of the
crime charged to have been com
mitted. A woman was about to
be interred in Detroit,last Wednes
day, when it was discovered that
she was not dead, but in a trance !
How many people do we not bury,
as corpses, who are only in a state
of suspended animation ? How
many stories do we not read of
bodies which, when uncoffined,
show all the indications of -a ter
rible struggle to escape from the
cerements of the grave, and subse
quent death from famine and ex
haustion. No corpse should ever
be interred until the surrounding
atmosphere betrays the fact of
life's actual dissolution.
ST Nothing decisive from Eu
rope since our last. Bezaine is
slill confined in Metz. Minor en
gagements are frequently reported,
and generally with French suc
cess. Fire, rapine and every das
tardly outrage are hurled upon
the French women, children and
old men by the Dutch soldiery.
The reports are sickening.
IO-Mr. Caleb C. Norvell is
the Radical candidate for Congress
in the First District of New York
ciiy. Jie was, years ago, a resi
dent of. Nashville, where he edit
ed the Whig, clandestinely mar
ried his second wife, and was in
consequence whipped by her fa
ther at the upper end of the mar
. J$1& Brick Pomeroy has sold
his New York Democrat, and re
turned to La Crosse, Wisconsin.
Depraved as New York city is, it
is, notwithstanding, too decent for
Brick's vulgarities, and he or his
paper had to "dry up."
Mason & Hamlin, whose
advertisement appears in this pa
per, have presented to the Board
of Missions, for missionary uses,
twenty of their be3t cabinet or
gans. A generous donation, val
ued at between $4,000 and $5,000.
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Queens and Glass Ware.
A largo stock just .received,
For sale cheap at -
D. P. Shackleford's.
The Burning of Mullins
Property; . -. f
Touching the burning of Mul
lins' flour and grist mills and barb
on Sunday night, Oct. 16, the J
Shelby ville Commercial says :. -
"Who the perpetrators of the
wanton deed are, we suppose is
unknown. It has been known
for sometime that there were some
distilleries burned in Franklin and
Lincoln counties, which created
Animosity towards Col. Mullins
and all connected with the Reve
nue Bureau. . Vague rumors are
in circulation attributing the fires
Sunday night to a spirit of retalia
tion. W e know nothing of their
truth or falsity."
The Shelbyville American-Res
cue says :
"Whether it was a Radical
move to get up sympathy for
their party, or the work of exas
perated individuals who have Buf
fered confiscation of property and
whisky, we are not prepared to
say. we are satisnea ot one tnmg,
it was not the work of the politi
cal enemies of Mr. Mullins, as
has been alleged by some. The
Rebel Democrais had no hand in
this piece of outlawry. The State
elections are close at hand, and
Congress will soon be m session
again, and it is important that
something should be done to rouse
the ire of the Radical Republicans,
North, to get their sympathy and
aid in putting their reconstruction
measures through, in order, if
possible, to throw Tennessee again
under Radical military rule."
State Sunday-School Con
vention. The State Sunday-school Con
vention will be held in the city of
Nashville, commencing on the
2nd of November next, at 10
o'clock a. 3i. Delegates are invi
ted and expected from all the
Sunday-schools of all denomina
tions in the State,
Such an assembly of the Sun-day-school
workers of the State
will be an interesting occasion, and
must and will result in great good.
Men of eloquence and distinc
tion are also expected from abroad,
... . ., i
WhOSe presence Will add tO thej
interest of the convention.
The Executive Committee are
making arran cements to make the
. CiLl J Horace Jlaun.l
occasion pleasant, profitable and .m ten altogether, the surpassing work,
instructive to all who may attend, t6mart' "-
1 a J J?.l ! aI A. neras&itv for evcrv intclliorent fmnilr. student
Bna eXiena a COrUiai mviiauon IO
all Sunday-schools to send dele
gates. Arrangements have been made
by the Keception Committee for
the entertainment of all delegates!
uunng iue sitting 01 tue conven
tion, and each delegate will be
passed over the different railroads
for one fare, upon presenting his
credentials at the railroad ticket
office at home. Delegates., upon
their arrival, will please report to
the Reception Committee, at the
lecture room of the First Presby
terian Church, corner Summer
and Church Streets.
All newspapers friendly to the
J - 1L. -If it.
cause are requested to give this an
By order of the Executive Com
W. H. Pohlman, Chm'n.
Fayetteville, Te. Oct. 18, 70
Dear Sir: Having last week
received a large addition to our
stock of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes,
&c, and having good reasons to
believe that you are in need of
some dresses and other goods for
your daughters, or some good
Spun Thread or Bed Tickr Do
mestic, Calicoes, or something nice
for your wife, together with some
Boots or Shoes or Bowling Gieen
Jeans to make the boys some
Pants, and last but not least some
good chewing Tobacco for your
self. We take pleasure in inform
ing you that if you will call a
the N. W. corner of the Square
in company with the Greenback
you can have all your wants sup
plied. Very iiespectlully,
T. J. Gray & Co.
EST The Knoxville Chroni
clo states that proceedings were
instituted in the United States
Circuit Court on the 22nd inst.
by E. C, Camp, District Attor
ney ,against Hon. A. O. P. Nich
olson, Chief Justice, and Thos
A. It. Xelson and J. L. T. Sneed,
J udges of the Supreme Court
of the State on the ground that
they are holding office in viola
tion of the third section of the
fourteenth amendment to the
constitution of the UnitedStates
flFTeace rumors come from
Europe. England, Austria and
Italy are intervening, it is said
to stop the war, and place Napo
leon IV -on the French throne,
with Eugenie as Regent. ; '
. It is announoed that ont of
respect for the Sabbath the New
Jersey camp meeting adjourn
ed on oaturnay night.
The symptoms of liver
wniplaint are uneasiness
mil pain in side. Some
imes the pain it in the
shoulder, and is mistaken
orrheuinatism. The stom
icb ii affected with loss of
muetiie and sickness.
b'weU iu truueriu om,.ive, sometimes alternating
with lax. ' The head is troubled with pain, and dull.
heavy sensation, considerable ion of memory, ac
companied with pawl ul sensaaiun el baring letl un
done something which ought to hare been done.
'jrten complaining or woainess,
lebilitv and low spirits, gome-
times, some of the above symp
'ras attend the disease, and at
thcT times very few of them ; but
he Liver is generally the organ
most involved. C'uie the Lirer
with . - .
A preparation of roots and herbs, warranted to be
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kidneys, fever, nervousuess,
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ImDuritvof the blood, nielan-
cuoiy, or ilepressmu u( spirits, heartburn, colic or
pains in tne novels, pain in toe neaa. lever nna a
gue, dropsy, boils, pain in back and linius, asthma,
erysipelas, female affections, and bilious diseases
ITepared only by 3. H. ZEILIS A CO.,
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Always Stops the Chills,
' This Medicine has been before the Ptiblla
fifteen years, and is still ahead of all other
known remedies. It does not purge, does
not sicken the stomach, is perfectly safe in
any dose and under all circumstances, and
is the only Uadioine that will
and permanently every form of Fever and
Ag"e, because it is a perfect Antidwte to
Bold by all Druggists,
QBT THE BUST.
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Sr. "WAIlKEE'S OAXI70HSTA,
' 3 Hundred! of Thousands I3
jj Bear testimony to thoir wondcrfol'3 c-3
212 . . Curative Elfecta. 9 '
WHAT ARE THEY? S?
MtAMV nDIML' iZ:
UaAe ofToor Rum Whiskey. Proof Spir
its, and Kefaso Liquors. ioo!nr.i. p.il.
and swMteutxl to pleuu m taste, ca'lwl Tonics
Appetisors," " Bosiorors," that lea 1
tipplar on to drunkrnncM aud ruin, lu t am a true
Vouiaiaa, tmwle from t'io N-itivo Knott and
Herbs of California, tr9 from nil A looholia
Stimulants. The y ar-1 h Q KR AT B LOOD
and LITE GIVING PMN.
CXPXiB lwrfeot Ueuovaliir ami l!iVigr'or
ot thMysUni,earTTi!ieuiJ poisonous matter,
and restoring tbet'uoato a h -sliliy condition.
No person oan, take thewj BitUm, ucyuriiinn to
directions, and ranuiin ion? unaroll.
$100 will bsgiyeu laraninriiralilocsss, pro
vliuns; tha bona ara sot deirmJ by minorsl
pouon or other ineans, iu! H o vital 0r5.un
Vtud nrnni lha iuint otrrpslr.
For Inflammatory and Chronlo Rheu
matism, and Gout, p.yspepsia, or Indi
gsition. Bilioua, Homittoat. and Inter-,
mittent Fever. lia"nseof the Blood,
Liver, Kidneya. and Bladder, ihowBiU
tora liavs boon iuol Hocovwful. Burn Dis
asea are earned bv Vitiated Blood, which
i eenorilly irolnecd by uuranj;neut of Um
4Syini'atn stomaeli. ana t!mlale
tho torpid liv rand bowsls, which ropd'r tliasn
of unoqaallod aiflaapy in eleansins; tin L'oolof
a'i imparities, and Imparting no Uf anil vigor
to ta whole system. , .
"Dyspepsia or Indijreetion, Hailieli,
Pain in t'.ie Hbouldors, CoUKhs, Tsihtncs ct ti.s
Unesl. Dissincss, 8011 Btnai!l, B.id Tasto ia
thii Mouth, Billions Attacks, ralpitation of tie
Jlsart, Copious Diw&araiM of Vrmn, Tain in
ths reirionsoftho Kidney, M.lahundr",.o;!irr
minful avmptoma which ara tha onprins of
b-spepsia, are rnred hr theno Hitters. '
Cleanse the Vitwted BiooJ whi-never yon flnd
its impurities bursting through the skin in IK.Tn
ples, Ernptiona, ot 6m: cleauo i'. when it is
foul, and yourtoelinss will tell yo when, keen
the blood pure and tha health of Uie system will
nf. TATE, and other WOT.MS, Inrkirur In
the system of so many thousands, are effectually
destroyed and removed. .
for full direetiooa, read earefmly the circular
around each bottle, printed in tour !ao(rurfes
Bna-Hsh. German, French, and Spaaisii.
J. WAI.KKH, 35 It Commerce 8'roet, JI. Y.
Proprietor. B. H. UcDOXALD CO
Dnmriats and Oeneral Airents.
Baa nneleo. California, and Si and is Com.
' MTKOuT'llT ALt. DBrffQlSTS ASD
APPLES. Pears, Peftcbes, Aprjcotd,
Nectarines. Plums. Cherries. Cur- ?
ranta,Gooscberries,Kaspberries, 8 traw- JlLZ
berries, Blackberries. Pie Plant and G ranea.
grafted and grown on our own grcuntli by
experienced propagators. '
we coiuyau no Fruit not suited to
Our Soil and Climate.
Those wishing to purchase Trees or Plants
oan do so by calline on G. B. McKENZIE
oif agent, wh will take jour orders for
prtn or r an tieiiTery.
mciui-iv HOUGHTOX Sr CHEERY.
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S. . SFl BLOCK. CFO. J.OOODBICH. J . M. SrCRLOCE.
S. B. Spurlock & Co.,
Kos. 32, 34 and 38 Broad Street,
WE are glad to inform our numerous
cotton friends and planters generally,
that we hare secured in addition to our Gro
cery House, the large and commodious Ware
house formerly occupied by Keid.Chadbourn
& Co., and are now prepared to storo 10,000
Balea of Cotton. .
ORA11T AI7D PEODUCE.
We will give our attention to the gale and
storage of Grain, etc.; will make liberal ad
vances oh all consignments.
HOPS AND BAGGING.
We are pr pared to furnish Planters and
Ginners with Hope and Bagging, or Iron Ties
at lowest prices.
To our grocery friends we would say, that
we shall strive to maiutain our position with
the fmt-class houses of the city, and trust
by close attention to business to merit a con
tinuance of the liberal patronage heretofore
R,8.B0LLIXS. CF.BL'KTOK. 6HADK MCEBAT.
JOS. 8. KEXVZ8. JNO. M.ARMI3TEAD.
Hollins, Burton & Co.
BOOTS, SHOES and HATS,
77 cast side Public Square,
To 3XerclmntJ :
Fall Purchases arrived. . .Stock Extensive
Terms Liberal. . . .Cash Appreciated. . .
Prices Satisfactory. . . .Special attention to
Orders. Country Produce sold for our
customers free of commission.
scptS 11ULL1XS, BURTON & CO.
JOHN r. WHITS.
B. H. COOKS.
B. Hi COOKE & CO.
Manufacturers of aud Wholesale Dealers in
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Xo. 70 Publie Square,
(Sextdoor to City Hotel,)
Insure your JLivez
Nashville Life Insurance Company
A SOUTHERN HOME INSTITUTION,
lattgrifj, Kcouomj, and StcurKy.
GASH CAPITAL. $200,000.
Itoitrd of Directors
JOHN M. BASS,
JOSH. W. ALLEN,
J. C. MoCRORY,
J. W. HOYTK,
VV. n. KVANS,
h U. ATCHISON,
JOHN M. BASS, President.
W. HOYTE. Secretary.
T. A. ATCHISON, M U, Me4. Examiner
J. C. McCROKY. Treasurer.
li. P. FACKLKK, ConsuUinn Actuary.
S. H. STOUT, Jf . D.t tneral Atrent.
VQ. D. W. HOLM AN, Aent Lincoln Co.
IPC. Dm. it. L. JJetUr and S. M. MeElmv.
Medifwi Examiner. decl!)-Jy
FOR THE FILL TRiDE OF 1870
AMONG which maj be fun4 the cele
brated MONIJOB FOR COAL Oft WOOD,
CHARTER 013;JLND. C1PIT0U,
together with an assortment of Premium
nn4 Parlor Cook, Jox or Parlor
Heating Stoves. Our facilities are such
as to furninh our customers witj) any pat
tern Qf tres they may desire,
Tinparp af prkolale and retail.
THOSi, J- tfcGABVEY,
Sonth-west corner Square, Fayetteville.
sept 13 , - .
TjlOR the conTenience of the Fay-t-VW
A. etterille and Lincoln countrmpr.
chants, we hare made arrangements with
for the sale of our Yarns, who will furnish
them to the trade ' '.' "
t VThoIcwIf , J , Fctprj prices!
or a low as god Cotton Yarns can be
bought in the county.
june9-tf JVOMACf, DANCE & CO
U o o & aassass If &C..---i- Jf f 9i . . . H
f P 15 C B SEASON OF I870-7I
e , t
1 New Advertisements.
U.:ST STOKV PAPER IX
.UK eMVERSE. A 5
i'rize to evcrv snbscrlber.
nd Stamp for Prize ."irru
larand ssweimea. J. It. Sl
UOTT, fttulisher, Bosto.t,
Live Agents Wanted for fQH&$$
OF HSW 0SK
rm eoii 1 if a in this. Great City.
1 Wonderful development among the aristocracy.
Married "Women exposed. e-,-;e. r"'8!? . '
I The best Book to sell published. The be t
Ajreutt ever s;ive. A-Mress, X Y. Book
1 Nassau 8t. Ji.T. 4w
Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organs.
Patented Jnnc Jlst. aitd Ausist S3, 1870.
REDUCTION OF PRICES
The M asoa A Haoiliu Organ Coi have the pleas
are of announring important imprOTements in tlM'ir
Cabinet Organs, lvr which Patent were granted
them in June and August lust. These arc not mere
ly meretricious attachments but enhance the sub
stantial ezccilum'e of the instruments.
Tber are also enabltxl by increaieU facilities for
manufacture, to make. from this date, a farther re
duction of prices on several W ailing styles.
Haying completed and added to their former fa
cilities a large new manufactory, they hope hereaf
ter to supply all orders promptly.
The Cabinet Orgausmade by this Company are of
such ntiiYji-sal reputation, not onU throughout
America, but also in Kuropc, that few" will need as
surance of their siiperioritr.
ihey now offer Four Octave Cabinet Or
gans, innuite plain cases, but equal according to
i.ieir capacity te earthing they make, for r0 each.
The Same Double Reed, 165. Five Oc
tave Double Reed Organs, Five Stops,
with Knee swell mid l'uinuu. iu elegant case. mi
several of the Mason ft ll.nulfn improvements 125.
The same Eitra. with novr Vox liumana. Automat
ic Bwell. As-. flJ. Kl VK OCTAVES, TIIHUKI
a splendid instrument.
and reduced prices, is now le.tdy, aud will lie sent
free, wi'h a testimonial circular, presenting a great
mass of evidence as to the superiority of tlioe in-
stmments. to anr one sending his address to the
MAoON 4 1IA.MMN' OUiiAN t.. 154 Tretnont
Street, Iloston, or o1. Broadway, New York. 4w
A nar ill... , ...... I ..,.,,..n,aa,;i, A. 11 ! .. 4 t ! '
I WAStUllKDOr-1 K A K N" E SS A N' l C A T A 11 R H
by a simple remedy and will semi the receipt free.
'4w Mns. il. V. I.JETT, Hobokeo, S.J.
i QEN TS
by the American Knitting Machine Co.,
liostou, iluns.,or St. Louis, Mo. fw
1 s 1
aaw fl 33 e-S 1 "t W a- TJ
1 n A PAY Bwlw-'siiitirelv new and honorable. ( QQfi vfq riPit lir.inrl fTnlin
tblU Liberal indureiiients. ix scripiive circulars , ulyuu J U3 uesl UldOUS V;Ullv-U,
free. Address J. U KA.NU 4 CO , tiddeford, Me.
rflDirniirO offered to live men. Rare Charee.
bend Stamp. Diamond K. Co., Wil-
OOrjOfl per year and expenses guaranteed to
tJJaSV V J an ambitious men ami women selling
our world reiowned patent Silver Mould Wire
t lollies Linci. I-or f ill particulars addi-ess the
ClKARD WlltB 31ILL8, iUIL. !'.. 4tV
TL II ' P L wi" rnnnim any colored
I ne Mafic LomD 5ir. isiswrs;
p or.tui .s no pison. Any
one can use ii. wne tent - man lor 1. AuorerS
MAGIC CllMll t. Springfield, Mass. ' S;n
VVASTEirvGENTToieii uie tKAGox
SEWING MACHINE. It is licensed, makes the
Price $15. All other machines with an under-ieed
sold for J1J or le.-s are infringements. Address,
OCTAGON SEWING MACHINE CO.. St. Louis,
Mo., Chicago, 111., Pittoburgli, l'a., or Boston, Ma.ss.
We will employ Agents in every town and stale
to introduce our ratable Hooks amonir which are
'Mark Twain's InuiK-ents Abroad." Revond the
Mississippi." -Overland Throuirb Asia ami (.hina."
Elastic Lock Slitch" and is warranted for 5 rears.
lible. etc. Agents can sell our tiooks with J 0 . 1 r
and honor to themselves and wiil be pahl.JUU rea.uV-1113(10 LOatS:
imissions. All wishing to increase their,
income by honest menus should M-iui foronrfreeex-
i.trire commissions, aii wisiitnir
planatorr circular. OurUo ,,-,; is well known in all
partsof the country. Wrerer the press throughout
the land. Address, AMEIUCAN VtULJSH. t O.
ACENTS WANTED FOR
.ITS VOTARIES, l.y PB.JNrt.lt. Elms. The mnt
startling liook of intMlern times. The whole sub
ject laid bare and its hideom-nets exposed touniver
sal execration. Wimttkm intiik intekcmts ov Cit-
ll.IZATION, tllKI.STlJINlTY a Ml I'l'VLIC MORAI.ITV-.
Send for circulars itmi terms. V. 3. Publishing Co.,
X. Y., Cincinnati!. Chicago and St. Ia.hu. 4w
Great Saving to
rartieseninire how to fret nn clubs. Our answer
is. send for Trice List, and a l tub form will accom
pany it with full directions. makiD.? a larfre sav
ins; to consumers and remunerative to Club organi
THE' GREAT AMERICAN TEA CO,
3133 VESEY STREET,
P. O Box. 5643. . NEW YORK. 4w
WASTED A(iKNTS.(W nerdav) to sell tho cele
" brated HOME SII UTTLH" SKWINti MA-
tniJli. tlas the under-feed, makes the "Loc
Stitch." (alike on both fides) and' is fully licensed
1 he nest and cheapest family. Sewing Machine in
theraarket Address JOHNSON, i LARK A n
boston. Maj., Fittsbnrgh, l'a., Chicairo, 111., or St.
Louis, Mo. am
Mn Tsars v f M Mm & Ms.
fHE LI FK O If GEO. P. BELDHX. who, rom a
, loye of wild adventure and a desire to K"iu a
knowieneof the Every Day Life and Pecul
iar Customs of the Indians, left a l...uie
ot pleutr in svw i'hilaiTilliia, O., .oincil the Jn-,i"s-lPtel
their nioUe of life, became a warrior
or the ' first -elass."ant i hlef of Wi lodprs. terrrd
the (jovemiiient with his braves awaiust the hostile
Indians, and as Lieutenant in the reirnlnr Armr
w huh position lie but rei eutly irt.ijfne.1 to return to
7J-i..?!k24 f'h""Full Page, uh por-
trait of ihe Author, all engra?U xreslv lor
tni work. A iiiot aitractive book, abounding in
tlirilliiij: adventure, and curious, useful and origi
nal information. Sen.t for i!lutralel cinuliU-, w ith
vlvVi ,lri"'fMll'li. sample pages. C. V.
Aw :wVest Foruth Street, flnriunati. Ohio.
Ifaft HtLK aid airents. male or female, in
J7'-' newinannr.irturina buiiieis at home.
No capital rr.juired, Ad.lress Nov tLTY Co., ba ,
ejfar mwle from Cider. Ac., in 10hours with'
014 Drugs, bend lUccnU for Circular to
Cromwell, Conn. 4w
5io mu frpia
.Homel hi 11 c UrfSenily needeil by evervbodv. Call
and examine or ."-nniijIcK sent (nostaire paid) for
60 cents that retail ea.ilv for ln JollarH. Ad
dress K. L. WOLCUTT, 11 I hatham Square, N. Y .
Sm . ,
to sell lr. lleanl s Home
and bow to do it. Get it and saa Money. Health
and Lite : also the illustrated Fanners and" Mechan
ics Kookfar wjjliii?Diec of every occupation. 211
Engravings E. B. Treat 4 .., l'ublishers. iM
Broadwu, N. V. f . w
Kainily Meilicine. In sii knt-ss it ti-IU hnt tn .1..
tan. 1'he new h m tit v hnnk tt'
FAIJH:8 If ELPfJItT
hbrws hpw to double the Tir.iflt of i- aui
and how ftmiers 1 their on run each 'uL
81QO PER MONTH
In winter. 10 OOOCopies wllfbe mailed fre in Fr.
CI KUY. lincinnati. Ohio. 4r
mers. Seuil n;imi' ami Hildn... ii,7iL'i:i l-u s. ki
A CENTS WANTED FOR
Great History of the War. Complete in one vol
unie. fend for cirruli-H with . ...1
description of the work Address National Publish,
Ma 4vr u,;i",c,l"""' ra Ai:anta,Ua., orSt: Louis
ACENTS WANTED FOR THE
I mum nn mnn! i,r
Cra -ainifcg Fleetwood' "Liieul t.TirisB.
I'l II1Q jSTMM.ICeS,
Jt till I .
dridees "KviU.-nr9 (,1 ( ruiiaiiily ; -rIistorv of
the Jews." by Jtoephus : "Hisiory of all relii-'ious
Ky"Kelists and Martvrs" lod-
uenoniiOMK.113.- witlitrtatian.i failles relatiu
. ... .. (MI i,1Uii3 u irtrv, eoniainini;
many Cnj earavin:s. 1 be wuol rorujina a obin
Mele Treasury of 4 hristi.in Know loflire -
W. FLINT. 86 H.8KVKXTH T. Phila-lelphia. 4w
W; Wl1 pajthe highest price in trade
for old Iron, Load. Brass and Copper
at the Stove" Store, up to Jan. 1,' 1S70. Jtil
Jer block,' south-wast corner Souaro, Fav-
18 7 O.
We bare. on
and for sale at
LOW PRICES FOR CASH !
2,000 do bleached Domestic:
4,000 do unbleached do
1,000 do do
! 1.000 do Jcaus, assorted colors
: . '
1,000 do pljud (Jsnaburg
250 patterns DresfJJpod?;
j , nA r
100 pairs Pant;
1,100 do Coots and Shoes; .
J Broadclollis. Beavers
A xevy line slock
i,of meii's, bovs' and
child re rfs
we do very badly,
will oiler induce
ments in prices which
must and will attract
Tho short profits
at which we sell for-
' - . - s -
bid the idea of long
crpdjt, and our friends
bv nnf nd-in? it will
mr - - ...
' ' , .
savg us the pain of
frright fy Wilson.
worth of IlCv and