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0urt fflqssert. . S. fond hande^—A watch. A fat contributor—The bog. A chasm that often wpeWtt* « ( lends— The rot ( r iad to travel. Nature furnishes the m&hH buy j with his bathing slid. The tn'»* pop daf hat hi tig gar-1 jn*at in Prance this year is sn urn-! brel!# A I, 'adville sign: *-\V jiV-.inig. j Ironin ;* :d Oni 1 g Out Whitewash i i*vg/Oone Here. m Popular song of the yiltecl one: • Come where my love is ice-cream ingf The maiden with the n«*w parasol always regrets that she can’t keep it up in church. Women a’uvtl I atwav aviod ex hihiting bad temper. None of them ; cure to show their rage. ' We hear of men sowing wilt? oats, . but whoever heard of a woman sew- i iug anything but taresV A man who declared himself to be intoxicated with music was consid- < ered air-tight. One oi the mysteries of this world 1 is how a mule's tail is shaved with 1 so little loss of life. The present emperor of China has a servant to wipe his nose.^He oe easionlv blows him up. A Whitehall justice is called Old Perfumery, by the boys, because he has sent ’em up so often. A gentlemen in conversation said ins dogs were ai. auuu&uu t iuv? have been rated K9? Princess Louise di<l not dance at the grand assemblage at Quebec in her honor—aud she likes to dance. A lsdv was joked about her nose said: "Ihad nothing to do with the shaping of it—it was a birth day present.” A chap who won largely at seven lip explained the possession of so much wealth bv saving he d struck Hoyle. All the clothes Adam for a long time was the close of day: while the mantle of night w ’.a his lied clothes. The man whom \ m kaut git to write poetry or toil the truth until vou got him half drunk ain t worth | the investment. Why was Gnliah very much sur prised when David slung the stope at him? Because such a tiling never •entered his head bclorc. Friend—"Look here, I om, vou! have had enough. Tipsy youth—| "No such thing. Of'u trad lisd too. much; never had enough.’ “Do you keep any Hamburg edg ing?” asks a timid miss "Not it | we can sell it.” was the pert reply ofj the clerk. lie kept some that day. i The. reason there is a resemblance j between a soldier and a goat is that one mans the ramparts and the uth | or rams the man’s parts. Airs. Partington, speaking of the; rapid manner in which evil deeds j were perpetrated, said that it only) reunit ed two seconds to fight a due!. Au Albany genius calls a new sus pender which has been patented "7’iie Conscience Suspender. It owes its name to its extreme clas-] tieitv. When a Duragraoher gets up route thingr too *'lnpi«l to jio into thi- tun uv column lie gives it to the literal! «* litowho puts it into a column headed "Pearls of thought/’ It destroys half the pleasure of a summer resort to hear a mail eat soup at the dinner table like the last few gallons of water being suck <■ * Lilt of a bath tub by the waste, pipe. pairs is something passing stranc ( about, human nature. If a nian had j to support, his family by playing! billiards at $2 a day he'd complain h - had to work nwlii. hard for a living. y'nc new postmaster at Hlitokrille, S. C.. has tarked the following no t "eon the post office door. "Post 0 ice—Any one that wants to mail 1 tters can sleep them under the door other eonveineu s will be mrde to morrow.” — — » • How to Treat the Girls. Two voting men, with their high lows elevated on the rail of the smok ing department, in the exhibition building were discussing which of ?he two had gallanted the more coun try female cousins around the show, and which had spent the most in these attentions •■Jimmv. my bov, said the eld est, ‘'I will let you into the most magnificent scheme, if you cleave to it. and keep elosepan. My eoun trv relatives come do.wn in regi ments. and with the biggest carpet sack and appetites 1 ever beheld. 1 knew that the girls expected to be fed when l brought’em out here, a-d I ti*II you l aUiAieu seven ujcn and stuffed 'em full on two dollars a ,d seventy two cents, you will say to yourself, “olil stock, you are draw ing it out stirt:’ but it s true. The listener pulled hard at his ci gar, and then asked: “How in good ness did you do it?” ‘•Tike a breeze, niv boy,” said the other. “Pop corn balls and eider, that’s the bill of fare; pop-corn and eider. There is something in a five cent pop-corn hall that jtist knocks a butter-brown country girl offhei pins. 1 knew what the restaurant charged so 1 would say. ‘girls hare : pop-coin ball? and tbe girts wouk take it lively. In a half hour the\ begin to get dry, aud 1 chuck inti each a tbreecent glass of cidei When tbe cider grappled with th< pop-corn, b< giirs to swell and tb< country girls wonder how it is the\ dout feel hungry. I walk ’cii around until I get the pop-eorr pretty well bf nked in, aud then I in cist on treating 'em to a second Bill, solar, just thirteen cents eacl gab In about fifteen minutes come around to a cider press am give them another glass of juice 7biat settles the business. 1 cai see the button holes stretching i: their dresses, and 1 know Ihat fo sixteen cents a head I have satisfiei the appetites which every gal ol en has brought down here to be whet ted up.” . , , The listener, who said he expect ed ten new female countn cousin: during the week, grabbed hi: friend warmly by the lined, am. with tears in his eyes, invited him U take a glass of lemonade. . i CINCINNATI. _ p-*ELECT£*SCiTY! | -- •«»;** | *r:at Healing; Power!1 i r \)r. fc\>rues* ( )<1 rn'.'.il ti.t Icautifil Adapted |;.8tU5-§8lmi0 felt? • I nn oiis |*rof>o«f tion! Keller limn Oreenlinckn! . Having increased and enlarged ray facilities, I have iimv reduced the terras for ray Belts ts ' luvaiUds down to HALF THE PRICE Of any other first-class licit, for the object of introducing their INESTIMABLE value tr> all, the afflicted, that they may receive Uie !*enatit av tnanv thousands have before—of this s*. i - EU OK SYSTEM of ELBOTRIdTY, whose sue-1 cers has made it the • ] Must Popular Remedy in the World!; It Ih Self-Applicable; enreti all nercio anil Debilitated Systems, that no other treatment | | can reach and All Chronic Diseases! ! Nervous Exhaustion and Debility. • OKN1TO EIMNAUY DISEASES, BLADDEil | VN1> KIDNEY AEEEl TTON-'. BltuKEN I)OV\N AND DEBILITATED CO'KVl I IONS ; (U* • 1 U MALr, I . .'i. 1 Li . RHEUMATISM, PARALYSIS, ETC., ETC,. | Learned Physicians And Scientific Mon ili Kurnne ami America pro lionnec Lhi? system of Electric distribution to be the i.cKf. and'succeed* where every other treat ment fan*. Are You Suffering From il! health,'from a lingering Nervous, chronic or Functional•disease? Do you feet rmvou?, fretful, mnui and lack the power of will and action? Are you subject to loss of ji/emory and Unfit for Business'? Ami without anv relish for the pleasures of so ciety, ami lull o'f nehea and pains, rhcumatlaui, neurataia, etc? Have you been imprudent In early years and a Victim of Youthful Follies? TT:iyc thef-e Imprudence? left their fruit of wA'-ina debilitated health and a premature oecay of all the powers of :t rigoious ma ihood? Are von, (whether Male or Female.) Broken Down in Health? \\ b\ then neglect to Improve the opportunity of the l:e*d means of Cure known to all Learned and H’ient.Ule Men. DE. FOEBES’ Electro-Galvanic Belts ! . < ccupies the mat place in tbe list nf POSITIVE REMEDIES Mid for I'elillliy.' Lassitude. and Nervcna Ex haust imi it wNature* Own Ueu*.edy*ur*ii*(( the orcr-mc iunc’niiia ol the whole system tu a lull nonntil activity. REFERENCE '>f the hiRheei respectability. Hlv.il up*m appdealiou. DK VI.1HBEN’ ELECTRO-GALVANIC KELTS arc I he HINT ami < H RAPES I* ui the wu.lrt. Mend symptoms. and receive! JJiairui.sia, descrip tive pamphlet-, reference*,circular* Ac., tree. Add. ess B»3I. W. S ORBSS. l*o fetror c*f I.i:p:i>yed System of Medical E.ectr rit v. •latobiisbed In 1243* l r r* R ) J tl 1 i w ii 1 n s 61.50 ft Yea* s * ~ ‘ ’ a I?TKTrilC3 If you want to MAK1 ^ , Vljc I ^ MONKY pleasantly au iddress Finley Harvey £ Co.,Atlanta,* NEW Q-Xl,n\ NP. THOMAS’ HA1H SO A PI H. V: R< TRADE MARK 3 HAIR | We goa. *.-... . • *> > a-'1 -pintle* for the | ii .ir 11 i• 'I' li'i i- gaining llie confidence : (,nr ven tit- lainilere It bring* nbout hr in.cm ij i ction for l.air growing, li i- warranted to remove Pimple* Iilot I, .a the Face, Chefing, Teller. King Worm, or any Skin El option of Long -landing-. Prevent* falling of the Hair Dandruffand Itching of the Scalp. For wale in Ilrookhuven by, DAUGHTRY &SMYLIE, F. M MARTIN &:C0 . or ■»r. J. W. )Tll0.1l %M. 73 Pnnul Street, .Tew Orlru «i Mar.G. 1-ly. ~~ H UGH ILYYW’S FURNITURE EMPORIUM 167 and 169 Proydras Street, New Orleans. LARGEST. CHEAPEST AUD EEST SELECTED STOCK OF • House.Sold Furniture IN THE SOUTH. Fine bedroom jjjiil*. wiib French plate dr.n-ing ca-e or dre*fcr with Italian c. l'cnnc-fee Marble ve'V cheap. , 1 ianilfonu* pnrloi mil* in cot, line, trip. j re) send hair cloth, at extraordinary low j price*. New *iylc French plate Mantle Mirror* in gin ur walnut fiaiue*. A v.-ri fine :iii*orinient of library furni tn i a : • i ....tirnlv n.ni » . UI 1 f» vf* A vt ry large Mock of cheap furniture fc j ;he country trade. Neat and strong victoria bedroom mils a* low a* $10. A large flock of spring, hair and moss mattre-sep always an i l iye goose leathers very cheap* 1 167 169 Po dras Street, between St. ' Charles and C»rondrlet. k«*b. 13m! j7a. Ll’M. N. AI.BhKTUOOXEK. a-. a. . lxjm co. Manufacturers of aiui Dealers ill 1 i a -i - r . f S - 1 l 3 5 f. " i- IN :f r 1 2 2 v 13 Culon St.. 1 <52 Gravier St.. Nkw ori.ka.ns. AIfo thclaigeat assortment in the city or Children's Cabs, Velocipedes, Etc. Tan 2.*>-iv JAS. MeUB \ 1 H7 JAMIS COMPfON. New Orleans. Jackson, Miss., .VrG It A Til S- COJUPTOy U lioKi saie Groeei N, —A N D — CSSMSSION MEROHAKTS, No. 103 P'. ydros Street, New Oririiits. I.u-. | Dalearsin Fine Wines, Liquors, Tc bacco and Cinnrs. | Prompt Attention given to City and Country Orders mar-27-l!v. Hartwell & ( hambers. tvn<»M:sii,i. unort:KN v>st 3iH|K>rlcr. of H ini-. & l,lqn»r* 36 Tohoupitfu as Street, & 34 New i Levee, Between Natchez & Gravier NEW ORLEANS. mar-2-12mo. . T w E l L V E ■ fUMON®! j ! Jlcro (Organs NEW^ ORLEANS_ FEWS EltOM -THE— WHITE PALACE! NEW GOODS! ELEGANT GOODS!! AND CHEAP GOODS!!! Bevy Bros. Tbe «•<•<• iipanU M tlie White Palace, No 578, & 580, Magazine Street, HEW OR LEAN0. Inform their numerous Irier.da tfj Hrookha runt surrounding i. t! ? r» t ibcv arc now in constant icceipt of the I Latest Novelties the Market Affords, j i Mu. F . LKYY h:«K personally at feuded to th" selection ol the goods, ns we arc * confident, that lie' kiiowh the tHate oi l • heir eiisttoners. and therefore cannot fail to )>!( ;iH» # As regards t ric»*s and qualify of; goods, wended not argue thereon, a* ! this oKtabli&hmenl is well know n to be rhe Best and the Cheapest in the South It has slvvnv g 5>'H*n ami always shall; 1»(* ou • n • to please and satisfy thos" w host’ favor* and patonage we solicit All Good-ore sold under guarantee, (inoriH which d*> n»t suit can he return ed; other *.•>•',ds will he sent instead, or money returned. Wo do not deviate from our rule to send goods C, O. I>. Samples will he sent to any pn»*t of the ••ountry. No order lor samples will re toive attention unless accompanied by six cents postage. Matting and Window Shades, • j in large quantities at the 1 i Lowest Possible Price. I It is a well known fact that prices ini the country au* almost, nod iti many in stance. above. douMe those in tin* City. Why th»*n not order your good from tin* City, when you can do so without trou hi - or erxyeiiHe and gave money by it* » Mew Orieaffs, La. ;fils' stavesv sto.vs; lormer’y of Natchez, Office and Residence J36 PryRinia Street. I NEW 0ELEAK3,.LA may 22 tf. i CHAS. CHAFFS, V.. J. HAMILTON, JS0. TOT* R) New urlfuu*. New Orleans, (/reuaiia Ain ! |Chaffe,Hamiif>n & Powell I COTTON FACTORS AN1> oecniwmA No. 36 Per ’i<!o “it, P O. BOX 602. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Oet.in.lv 6ns:i:ovomi |en.s is bs i., i: is*o ss &t s. E. I). EAT'ON, Proprietor, Canal ami Metairie Bi.igo, I .Yew Orleans - • lai. IMPORTER ANI» DKALtClt IN For sign & American Marble. MON UM EN TS, TO MBS, Ueadstones, Statuary, Urns, Vases, i MANTLES, WATER TABLES, All kind3 of Furniture Work, Cement, Lime, faster Palis. Fire Brick, Shells, GALVANIZED IRON BAILING WITH MARBLE POSTS, n short everything pertaintu# to the trade* wholesale and retail. OKDEPS PROMPTLY* ATTENDED TO. E. D. EATON. CALEB A. PARKER & COMPANY 10 UNION ST.. NEW OKLEANSi RXXKR1I. A (TEXTS KOK Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas, for H. W. Joii ns, M ami fa till rer of Asbestos Materials, Asbestqfi Paints, in white and all known tints and colors, mixed, readv for use; un equalled in the market for durability and beauty. ASBESTOS ROOFING. Unexcelled for durability. No retention of water on the roof; equal to slate on that account. ASBESTOS ROOF PAINT, ASBESTOS KIKE PROOF COATING, ASBESTOS STEAM PACKING, STEAM PJPE& BOILER COVERING. IP. Mi.n Z£.VSTi:e.V, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Screwed and Sewed BOOTS &. SHOES No. 12 Chartres Street, Near Canal Street, NEW O It IsFANS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL: COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Dec.l i. 6.n»o, * - M.__ .ill . 11^■ . I.... _NET/ ORLEANS._ Louisiana' STEAM SASH FACTORY, 299, 301, 30.3, 303, 307 UHAVIER 1ST. NKW OKI.KANs. ROBERTS A CO., Proprietors. [May 31-1*.] LOUIS GIMBEL, I Manufacturer of I HOOTS & HHOKK: 554 and 556 Magazine Street New 0 leans. La • Is pleased to inform hi* country frlftLrt* th.it i he :s tio\r prepared to fill orders at the follow- j inp pric-fs: I Inf>mt Phnes.. lf,c*s to ?! f 0 , Children Uac shoes. yr.cfs (o i.Sftj “ *• “ . 7RcW (to ! *7ft j Misses “ “ . ? I .on t o 2.<\i •• boot*... l oo to *.no Lactic** lace palters .*— 7act» to tf.eo j “ roiiprcKH “ .. .. i.eo to 2 :><• j “ It. lK»OT« . 1.00 to -VO Boy’s bropans.. oocts to 1 mi I “ buliuorals. 7ficts to J.7M /faohclor brogans. »'>•» to l.ti.n •* boom.l.».r» to 3..V j Men’s gaiters. Tftcts to .7<m •* homemade screw gaiter*— ii.no “ •* sewed “ _ 5.U0 Children’s Shoes a Specialty. I am also doing a Jobbing trade at, wholesale (•rices, and defy competition. TRUNKS AND VALISE. A large stock always ou hand. Thanking all my patrons for past favors, rnd Hoping to merit a -ontiuaance of the same In tiie future, I remain. Louis g:mbel, SLUE SHOE STOHE, 554 &. 555 Magazine St., New Orleans. l>ec. 32 3-lv. Orleans limber Shop. 8 83 Com in <>n st , Opposite SI. diaries Hole!, ^rw Oi’lrniiii. I Shaving, Shaiiipooniiig . flair Cutting amlDyciiiK in the most Artistic Style. Also, the celebrated genuine Knglisli | 11.iir Brushing Machine in siicosst'nl I r,pemtion in this simp, j (iKuiitii; IR'ItilM'.It, Propritor. j J.iU'S-lT |JULIUS MEYER. Wholesloa I Senior n» p a p / : i: bags, i Fine Writing Papers, Stationery, etc. 71 Damp St-, 'NET7 OELEANS. j PRINTING PAPER AND PRINTERS MATERIAL. RULED PAPERS, INKS, ami ROLLER COMPOSITION A SPECIALITY. marH-ly HEW ORLEANS, LA ST. JAMES HOTEL, No. 40 Magazine, near Canai. St.' NEW ORLEANS, LA. Having leased this Hotel for five years it is my purpose to keep it open at all sea sons, and make it a desirable abode for gne-ts, both transient ami permanent on very reasonable term*. JAB. R LEAKE Proprietor marl4 S3. Ei. EE.J.YSEEjSj, Mamifactni er and Importer of SADDLERY AM> Saddlery Hardware, N’o.'2'g Magazine St.,New Orleans. Orders from the country filled on shot' ontiec. Jan lti-lv LATEST STYLES 1 AT M It, LIN H Y , IlivICMA ZKPIIVK, Ktc. Mine. Itosa lieynoir, NO. t* OHAItl KES 8T11KKT. NEAR CANAL NEW ORLEANS, Beg* to inform lier num erous patrons, ami tin ladies in general, that she lias returned from the North with a large assurl niA»t of.lhe LATEST NOVELTIES IN MILLINERY, which she will sell at her usual LOW PRICES. Her stock of BERLIN ZEPHYR, the largest in the ciiv,i* offered at 10 cents. l*er««onal attention given to orders, and goods cheerfully exchanged when not en tirely Hsitinfadorv. till sept. 4 1330. _ Tin: OKWI^AI, Superintendent for Dr. IJly & Lewis Lcckwood, of New’ Or lfcUUS, A- McDEEMOTT, has returned aiwl*estal»Hshcd the business of manufacturing Dr, Dly’s patent J artificial Arms and Legs and lias purchased the .-ole right, for the Southern States. Perlect sa ista't.iui gnaran to it in a'd eases orno pay. Prices greatly reduced. A. McDFRfViOTT, c-05! ly. *4,8 Camp Street, 3. O | MEW ORLEAHB_! Jas. H.Reynolds, SO E^ronno St., NEW ORLEANS, j ^Sole Agent for Louisians. Mississippi and Ge-onra —FOR— HUNTER’S Pe'foct’on Rotory Flour ,aud Musi: SIFTER. I MIXER, I Scoop, Msasurjp, j Weigher. jb^7; » i wuui to, \\ i **«*, v£;: t*i*2i A. fc MII ^ttastMT. U i-| i?»« ru ■>» •*>'«■ iu• Hhii • • • *■'*»•» ►rticUtH i combined and -'<>1 » f >r 76c. (,t> 'if,'T in tie world that can be Uk*?» m f A ir pa»n to clean j 9»,ooo sold in 2lu days, iivi.oju now in ti«e. 1 Kvery houaekepcr wants :t. a Mid 7 ■ for small, i $i f;*r large earn plea, or Mamn fur e i.V.ogiu. j <; »:>d Agent* W anted, male and ftfinak*. * CA N V ASSK KS to S KLL thk FO L j lowing now and useful iiiyenlionr. j The celt brated R. E. LE£ COOKING STOVE. southern manufacture, made of b***d • •■nrooul iron, good even b iker, light on fuel, d > able bot tutu ami bad:, liobow t-over». warruued not m crack or warp; guaranteed to give aut:afacti..n Thirty days’ trial or money rcfuuded. Cheap **t stove in tiie n.arkd. The Well Borer. Till! bent mnl rliianent mcthnil M j obtaining waiter fiom ti e eaitlt. A j great improvement to the drov* wcN \ /top one can fonk them. <*u a. antceil to g*t pure ana jrenn wswr. v a-tip. j lilt Xh&libtlltlC. N ons-Extingushvj bis Torch. 1 be t»est cotton worm dfstro discover. A hiesfung to plainer*. Wind or min cannot extinguish them, j cannot explode. Can he p’Heod on freight pilf* nr moved at will, without j danger of sparks. STiroplacs Hleat Hefiectcr. • j i lMorehe.it. No «mok»\ No <iu*i I.*w fuel. 1 !in a ventilator in cure for awoke Art* place*; *>;• per cent more lr*at thrown into the room. I ; ih.ii T\ n!d otherwise go up the chimney with- i Unit orir* of the valuable Reflector*. I*i ico only J Electric Bells. 1 Vo ino-o trouble of broken wires; ctn n * •uug ; J i.v pres.iaj ;i ki.ob. Warrcnte 1 for «nt re.r. ; Psafsnt TfUaisi* Cfut | . Off. j „fn ingeniona conir.VHU<vf» to t> prevent the; filth ncciiuiuiuiing «>’i the roof. or house*; cuter jugcistern.*, a new method i.y winch wntei n i he dutwm from a cistern ice cold through Iron j pipes, without the us * of ice or chemical*. ■ A great invoi.ti »n. Cm t»o u-e V for a *. , r-n. -j p<,*er: s wry cl -xo rent: iv*i»<*e for winning j Mai.biiicny of’.-dl iU»c;i.r» ioua* SUNLIGHT GAS MACH3HF. The lar*:-t. cheaivd and moat eemvniout method e? lighting house*, mv* . o.i.Par nine Street. ..: j* ’ Retweed Union cud I’erdulo. | STCLOUIS iru PTirRio . C Hi KIKFAHTH'- MT kS pl.OVkf) Rudum! < uer , rru.ssHiii cure all ruse* of j reducible Hernia or Rupture. j On hand, * full assortment of • f M lonnna! StippmU-v* ahd M'k. Elastic ^|el»a fm j ! Falling cf Wouii.; S: k Elastic Stockings for j j ,ur si,.older I;ia» OMhopcUicH! Instrument* • i for curvature of th►* Spin*', W ry N^cfc, lb*« i ! Leg*. Hip DirtCHse. Club Feet, Wink Ankle*.c!'\ , j i?*.r-.itrst■: y I»r. John T. Hrdg-n, K. L. • j Gregory and '.tin r Surgeon* and I'hyslci.'un*. j \ F. imuew T'» attend *;n Lfloien. K\,»er ence 1 j tweaiy-livo y« ar*. <’HAS. srULEIFFAItTH. ! r. s N. lYurth M.eet. Four Door* Above W u*b-, | iugton avt*.. St. Loul*. Get. Ift-lyr. j ! EMPLOYMENT *%/^hSS \ THING ,7.VEH OFF Ell EH! Somethtncto sell fo J ! EVERYBODY* \ COMPLETE LI HU AHY in a| portable form, w*» can pow furnish to aGKNTS, j ! which will give them steady and profitable bun- j u**8« formout ha or years, forapare time or eon- j stunt work, i n] ke anything else. Mini no com ; petion. It isbu.** ■e'MH to VGK>’r-i. OUR NEW GRAND COMBINATION PROSPECTUS,! is h large Canvassing Book compeltelv shownp ! bindings, ruble* of eon ten-.a, a::J many uuuured , j engravings and utinple pages ot j 50 i ow i’kio ip *o 00its * AVI* OF NEAK1V . . i j 00“ot esTewlunieiil A1^ ‘ V AGENTS! Why risk all on one doabtfal book, w hen >ou cut* hereby offer customers choice of 250 fust selling volumes < f every kind? All ac tually wishing employment, on liberal terms. Address, 3GAMMELL& CO., ST. LOUIS, MO. Bamum's Hotel, 2ml ami Walnut Sts., fit. I.ouiv, ] 1., A. I* l, ATT, Proprietor, 1 Having bought my partner’s intercet | iii this hotel, anti taken another lease j fur tive years, 1 shall make many ini- j I pm vements that will add to tin? t orn i fort of the guests of this honsu . j L. A. 1’KATT. Formerly proprietor of the Spencer | j House, Cincinnati, O., anil th« uiil (fait j House, Louisville, Ivy. JUST PUBLISHED! THE t.KEAT AMERICAN EMPIRE, OH Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, EMPEROR OF NORTH AMERICA. This remarkable book is not the result of a dieam: nor is it sent forth as h sensationol doc ument, The author, a true American patriot, hus discovered, through the movements of Gen eral Grant at home and abroad, a deep laid plot j to destroy the much beloved Kepnbliean form j of government of the Halted States, and to es tablisli a m >u ;rchy on its rains. The Imperial Uinloniiit.® of me Old Wo.Id, together with t. f; aping ar.stocrats and monopolists of our own land haw joined bands with the ambitious ex j 1'reaidei.t, General G.ant, in the conception and I execution of this desperate plot. The book [ proves the truth ot the.e propositions, and i o : unprejudiced j ers-»n can read the accumulation , <,f u.oof contained within its pages without luiiv realizing that the republic is 1 i danger, and t iai it is time for patriots to be warned and prepare.I for the coming truggle. I'K ICES— Extra Cloth, $i.ou. Heavy paper Canvas, 60 cents. AGENTS WANTED! For full purticulais, circulars, etc.. Address. W. S. DENY AN, Publisaar. | o-a-iyr. cos N. 4th St., St Louis, Mo. j APAITC ,yo want something A qjl Em N H und that will pay mmam aw—ai h foi circulaiS • and terms of the FOUNDATIONS * OF SUCCESS The most suwewfnl ami important hook “H.nv to ilo Business” pul.lintii-fl, A hook uf ms(.action for Young Men, ami fur •I'iulks Merchants, unit Business Mem gi nerahy Veoiu-'eete BuamJss tiu.du-urortli ten times its price!** Agents every .vli.re are meeting wiltt In. 'iiPTcss. Address at once. AS«rB1JS‘«"XfeTASuO.A. ^Artificial Legs and Arms. I JPrices greatly reduced. Satisfaction guaranteed. j/u. S. Soldicmfirnmhed on^ewem^ C»r. „h Are. and M.rk« St.. Lvttk-.vdc, ky CHICAGO _ . .-•*-'***JIT.*;__—■ ■ - r-—a-v- -larr ..aL.^rram.' t n.A Railway, Chicago, works -1,7HU horse*. Read what Supt. SQL IKES* hr.a’to «■> : * .. * .. Wo uke exclusively Whittier* Liniment. It will f«y all owner* of horses to eall or write! M. W. SQUIRES. SupL. * V. K. Co. The Express Company work .'170 horses. Rend wlmt Supt. hM<r.l! I has fo say: , . I have I icon using LINIMENT on the horse* of the American A d V 'S Express Co.’s stable* for 21 years. I never met any that had one tent ii the merit of WHITTIER'S LINIMENT. Our Stables are open; call and see for yourselves. H. KNRIIl i. Supt. I . S. Exp. ( u. The Transfer' Co., of Chicago work 7(0 horses. Read what WM, YOUNG Si CO, have to say: 121 Michigan nv.—Whittier’s Liniment should be in every barn. It has rr _ real merit. The Coatraetora for cleaning of the city wook 82-1 horses. Lear what C. T. HOTCHKISS & CO., have to say: —^ Whittier* Linime.it will cure mere horses in title day than month. (.'. T. HOTCHKISS <fc CO., Cleaning Cont’rs. Scratches * (leased Heel, i nrush. Called Spots iror.i any i c.tu-e, hen! no in fivitn two to three s:ppiiv«tious. and you can work the horse every day, and you eau cure him at the same lime. It "ill take on: all infiarcrun tion in a few moments. There is no Remedy on earth thatequals Vi hi tier's Liniment for Rheumatism, It will have the same effect upon the human. Riles. Scrofula, Scald Head, Catarrh, Pimples or Blotches of Face or Body, Old Sons or Flesh ('uls. O.VM 60 ( EA TS A EO T! EE. Dr. S. Whittier, 2C4.Whir,gten- St. Chicago, iff, JAMES’ VINE OF HIPS! Ill: LIVE8 Sour Stomach,acts proinp ty and like a charm np» on the Uver, Kidney and Urinary Oi^aia, the seat of ail . Is The Best In the world for lui nature, n.trvous debility, lost energy, iout hopes, imprudences of youth or inter year-, lost vigor, pimples on the face. It will nmkc ni.vi more muuoke, enrich ;,,»- 1*1.)■..!. and make hie worth li'~ , iou for; it will innki you strong win. re you are weak, and build up your shuttered ti>;utuiit;ua. —.— l I ;.K* buHllcVti. MVOV iit'l K i<4iis ;jiv v. uuix* ;iu i i«i* ur? * minis imiih. if thoseoreans are properly eared for, the balance of the economy will ' lake eare of itself. People; WILL NO LONGER SEEKER with puiu^ j ami sleepless nights when they can procure a quart bottle of DR.* !\mp:s' LIFE TONIG WINE Of HOPS fbr ONE DOL LAR or six for ! FIN E DOLLA! D \ JAMES, 204 Washington St., Cnlct go.Ill _ DR. JAMES’* im !!,i • / Vomer lVa$hh)f/toH *t* I rouhiut. C hUuyotJII |CHARTERED BY THE STATE CP HliKCIS, For the express purpose of t;:-xi- - immediate relief in all cases of private, chronic met urinary diseases in all their complicated terms. It is u|‘l known Dr. James lias stood at the bead ot the nmfi.»sinn for the nast thirty years. Age and ex pericnee arc all-important. Seminal weakness, % night losses by dreams, pimples on the face, lot.* manhood can positively be cured. Ladies want ing the most delicate attention, call or wiito. % Pleasant Home For Patients MAllHIAGE Gl'iDE—Whieli ti-Us .von alUl.o.it tu,-., Ji^«. "ll" should marry, why not. 25 cents in postage stamps. I)r J \MfiS has 100 rooms and parlors. You s.'e no one but the doctor. Od'ic •” hours, 0 -V. M. to 7 1’. M.: Sunday, 10 to 12. DR. JAMES is 60 year# of age. , , Ladies afflicted with painful mens', ration, ViU‘' blotches on the lacc, semi one dollar tor a hoy. »t ,>1-.. a.VL.. 1 il.s. ^ IDE. WINTEKSMITH’SI I Tonic Syrup, or 1 CHILL CURE 1 THE 33E3T! ’’ I It cures every form of Fever A^Dumb Chills, Remittent and Inf r-| I TIIF rmLLi WHEN BROKEN, I»OES NOT RETURN. R |THE REASON OF ITS SUPERIORTT^OVKR ^UI^ I ventim the paroxysm °.r..*,r?a'tin5 t^^Jinvcd • whereas the mere breaking of the chill I may be left in after the t hills have been removed w r w The various organa ol ! | is but a small part of what is V''^^•Uhn'u-tbebrcllght into a healthy con , ■ the body, more especially the I.'ver and th stoma . W(J regu|t The true reason, Rdition, otherwise a return of the ehiil8 will t I t is bpcnage they haTc ! IrsSHaMwafirc„ I cure t h e^mo s t' o b s ti n a te Kf^Kr^or sale by all dru^sf. | R ARTHUR