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UlysooB S. Grant, sasntusaaa T7e make the above announce ment, cot to attract special no tied, or to indicate extra-officious xesl, but because it expresses OUR MOST EMPHATIC PREFERENCE, and we don't eee why we should not say so. Gen. Grant, in some eminent re spects, has shown himself as much superior in civil as in mil itary aCsira. He has promptly taken positions and assumed re sponsibilities which no mere poHtician, of the ordinary run of our statesmen, would have dared to do. Take for instance his direot announcement in his inaugural address in favor of Ne gro Suffrage, The party which elected him. had dodged the question in its platform. What other men, outside of the pro nounced Radicals, but would have followed that example as President, and dodged, or at least postponed a declaration on the subject? But not so with Grant An old-timo Democrat before the war, he at onco de monstrated the soundness of his conversion the frank heroism of his nature, as well as the high est statesmanship, by taking the bull by the horns. In like manner 'on the subject of the payment of the National Debt, on which, also, his party had trimmed and prevaricated, he did not hesitate to take the resrjonsibilitv of a clear state ment of his position, at the im minent (azard of his popularity. Again, his putting the man agement of our Indian Affairs Antln Vtanrla cVinnra a mind I " - I much above the grade of the mere politician a practical wis dom which is being vindicated by results. Last, hut not least, we ap plaud his prompt manly, hearty recOfimitiOB Of the French Re- . .V . , . I DUDllC. HOW reiresmng U Was to fiwfirw trap emn to hear our j Chief Magistrate "speaking right out in meeting on that subject! no halting no equivocation. It was an example amidst the senseless pro-Prussian folly which had swept over the coun try, and showed that we have a President of eminent democratic proclivities. These TEW potjits alone in his record, among many similar, give to the world in General Grant, ASSURANCE OF A MAN. To which let us not forget to add, that HE has FAITHFULLY REDEEM ED ALL HIS PLEDGES TO THE PEOPLE. WIO, there fore, we are, as a general rule, in favor of "the one term pnn ciDie. we are yet fully persua ded that, in the case before us, our Country CANNOT AF FORD TO DISPENSE WITH THE SERVICES, AS CHIEF EXECUTIVE FOR ANOTH ER TERM OF OUR GREAT CAPTAIN A TRUE, INDE PENDENT, HONEST MAN, Julian's Radical, Sept. 29, 1870. sornb-headed boy, having been brought before the court as witness, the following amusing colloaav ensued: Where do you live! inquired tbe Judge, j ' Live with my mothor.' Where does your mother live?' . 'She lives with father.' Where does be live ?' He lives with the old folks.' Where do they live?' , says the Judge, getting very red, as an audible titter goes round the court room. i They live at borne.' Where in the thunder is their Home? That's where I'm from,' said the boy, sticking bis tongue In tho corner of his cheek and slowly dosing one eye on the Judge. Uere Mr. Constable, .take this witness out and tell him to travel, he evidently does hot know the nature of an oath . Ho. 2L.C. Xhb.-The 'Xouis- villo Ledger, Friday, says : A let ter was reeeived yesterday, by a gentleman, at New Albany, from Hon. 1 C Kerr, the distinguished . member of Congress from the New . Albany distriot, urging all Demo crats to stand by the Democratic party and ortranizatton, and keep out of the Greeley net and await the notion of the Baltimore Con vention, like Voorhees, Niblack, and other distinguished Democrats of Indiana, M. Kerr takes no stock in the Greeley-Brown scheme to disrupt and ruin the Democratic Do4e n. G-rseley expect to 00 oupy the tTbitattouse ohair? ' and Pennsylvania forest Fires. A Fort Jarris special of the 18tb, be fore the rains, says in Pike county, Pennsylvania, the fire is oovering a terri tory sevep miles in extent, sweeping orer some or toe best una in, uat Bec lion. Twelve laree steam saw mills nulls have been destroyed, and many dwell-1 iSSSStStssSi . 1 V-..- kiA. 4rta inmt Dodge feet of lumber, was burned the inmstes of the cabins narrowly escaping with their Ifr". .. . . At Wsgontorst's Usllanans ana uow lines' settlements nothing is left but the charred and smoking ruins. Doxens of families were compelled to flee for their lives. A quarter of a million of dollars will not pay the losses in this section. The land of Blooming Grove Psrk Assorts tion bss been swopt orer ana large numbers of wild game destroyed. In Wayne county, Pennsylvania, the fires compelled the suspension of coal trans- Srtation orer tne Delaware ana nuasou nal Companies' Railroad leading from tne mines to Uolesdaie. The lumber villages of Carter and Gould. Pa here been almost totally ; destroyed only three houses remaining in tne two Tillages. Sussex countv. N. J.. Sullivan and Delaware counties N. Y., and Monroe county. Pa are still being swept over by the forest fires, and the losses are es timated as footiog up in the millions. Carl Scharz was not popular in , the army as a military commander. Tbo War Department sent mm to snerman wnen mat great comman 1 der was 'marching through Geor-1 (. RhA-m.n ...ntt.in, tnSlnonrn then commanding the left wing of the army. Slocum, who was every inch a soldier, had no use for Carl, and bo stated; at the same time asking what he should do with him. Confound him t Drown him! drown him !' returned !01d Tecumsch.' This is from the Washington City Chronicle. The Boston Traveler's poet his not mused in rain on tbo situation, snd adds to tbe general fund the following effort: na. watts on ran cikcinhati nominii. How doth the busy Horace O. Improve each shining hour ; And look for offico every day And every party's power. How kkillfully he builds his cells, How neat he spreads tbe soap ; And when pig iron will not avail Takes free trade as his hope. Robert Bimson, who was a very absent minded man or absorbed in his studies, used to ait at hia onen window on the around floor. as deen in geometry as a Robert Bimson ought to be. There he would be accosted by I a beggar be would rou'e himself, hear a few words of the story, make his donation, and dive, come wags one day stopped a medi. cant on his way to the window with, 'Howl do as we tell you. and you will get something from that gentleman, and a shilling from ns betides. He will ask yon who yon are, and you will sar. Robert Simson, eon of John Simeon, ot Kirtonhill.' Tbe man did as he was told- Simson gave him a coin, and drop j pedoir. He soon roused himself and said 'Robert Simson 1 son or Jobn simson, o KirtonhUl 1 whv. that is uvseirt That man r!K,lb'A"',B0,to!p Brougham gives mis snecaoie. On Wednesday morning, at about three o'clock, the family of tbe widow Mtey, near Economy, in this county, were aroused from their slumbers by a shepherd dog. On going to tbe door to discover the eanse. it was re- vealed by the cracking of the flames consum- I ll 1-- Vft -A J 11 . . lug uru, in wuicu ws Bwreu. an ineir grain, both for bread and food for stock, their wagons, farming implements, and six head of horses, every door had been carefully bar red on the inside with rafts and sticks, and the plows, wagons, etc., carefully tied with ropes, etc; But by almost superhuman effort, tne doors were cut to pieces sod tbe poor dumb brutes were relieved from a fiery death. Although the horses were sired, yet Wm. Macy, late candidate for Prosecuting attor ney, had tbe hair burned off his head and hia band burned to a cripse, in attempting to , save them. Centreville Chronicle. . In speaking of the humor of the Scotch people Sidney Smith said to Robert Chambers : "Oh ! by all means, you are immensely funny people ; but you need ,a little operating upon to let the fun out. I know no instrument so effectual for the purpose as the corkscrew." Yesterday morning a child was born In the West End without eyes, lips or palate, and only a very short nose. The 10 Tut vwun-vvwwi, mimj ,. the Evaneville Rolling Mill Company has closed the contract with Messrs. Reitz & Haney, of Evansville, for tho building ma chinery, engines and rolls for their new mill. The contract price a about $ 100.000. The Clerk of Howard county is sued twentysone inarriago licenses daring the month of April. The May docket of the Howard Com mon Fleas contains eleven divorces, one seduction and two bastardy cases. Jast look atit: Dana of the Sun . is warmly for Greeley for Presi dent. Greeley is a defender of Secretary Robeson, whom Dana styles utho greatest robber of the age." With those whose motto is "anything to beat Grant" (that's what Lee said) such things don't go for much. . The declaration of Frso Douglass, at New Orleans, that "EVERY KOAD FROM THE REPUBLICAN PARTY, LEADS INTO THE DEMOCRATIC CAMP," should be printed in letters of living light, and suspended where every Republican could see and lead them, i Democratic papers that now support Horace Greeley for Presi dent, only two weeks ago publish ed this pernicious slander: Mr Greeley writes to a confec tioner in Boston that in making Calves' foot jelly the Durham breed should always be selected. Take a live calf place the hind feet in a Corn mill, and then commence to tarn, and the jelly will flow out in its crude state. Collect this in a pan and throw away the calf. 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Send for Circular. 104w Commissioner's Sale. Jacob J oeple, et al ple,etal 1 ssell, et al.) Wayne Common vs fleas Court. No, 4519. Cornelia Susse' sjarOTICE is hereby given that the under- lw signed, a Commissioner appointed by said Court in the above cause to sell the real estate hereinafter described. Will sell at private sale the following real estate in the citv of Richmond. Wavne county, State of Indiana, to-wit: . The north half of lot numbered seventeen 17 in tbat part of said city laid out by James aw. Dusdale. I will receive bids for tbe same until the 15th day of June, 1S72, and if said property is not sold at private sale, I will sell tbe same at public auction, on tbe premises, on Monday the 17th day of Jtne, 1872, be tween th j hoars of 1 and 4 o'clock p.m. TERMS OP SALE : One thinl cash one third in nine months, and one-third in eigh teen months. Notes to bs given for said de ferred payments, wsiving relief from valua tion and appraisement laws, bearing interest from day of sale, and to be secured by mortg age on said real estate. ENCS THOMAS, Commissioner. Ridiond, May 17, 1872 104w Sy frf AYLJ 1 . MffifflS. . . ' '" sMunlMaaauiA rtatlftBSkllam rnuurl- TM Msl coiisxjriPTion. 3 Its Cure and Us Preventive. BY J. H. SCHENCK, IJlD. Mnnvahumnn beinfhaa passed airy for whose death there was no other reason than the negleet of known and indiaputubif proven means of cure. Those near and dear to family and friends are sleeping the dreamless slumber lata which, had they ctumly udupted DR. JOSEPH H. SCHENCK'S SIMPtiK THKATiUENT, and availed themselves of his wonderfully afScsr clous medicine, they would not have fallen. Dr. S'&enek has In his own case proved that wherever sufficient vitality remains, that vital ity, by his medicines and his directions for their use, is -ulckened into healthful vigor. In this stateirent there is nothing presnmp tnona. T the ' 'it. of tho Invalid fa iade no representation thn not s thound times snb Btantiated rv Iit'ck and viff'ble works. Tbe theory of tuO pnV J)r. .chenck's medicines Is as simple as it is an. .mine, its ptiiloMbhr re quires no argao -at ' la salf-nssuring, seueoB Vincing. The Sea-weed 'iv. v- sinndrake Pills am the) Crst two wea -ns vritli - 'cli the citadel of the iua!ady is a-i,.! u Tu minis of the eases of consumption originate in drpepsia nnd a f unc tionaliy disorderod liv-r. With this condition the bronchial tubes - nympatliize" with tUo euimacli. T.ier ruspond U t'10 morhlQc action of tho lirer. Hero then eomea tho culminating result, wiii tUa nutting In, with all its distress eymptoius, of COXSCaiPTION. Tlio Mnndrnko Tills are eoraposed of one of ITa tnre's noblest :i;tt-tho ltdihillum Peltatum. 'l'hey pomwss all tho blmjd-senrchinn, alterative procrtius of calomel, but, uuliko calomel, they " LEAVE KO BTIXG BEIIIND." The work of euro H now beainnlnir. The vitia ted and mucous deposits In the bowels nnd In the alimentary cunsl are ejected. Tho liver, llko ' a clock, is wound up. It arouses from Its torpid ity, i.'io stomacn nets responsiveiv, and tarn patient begins to feel that hu Is gutting, ut hist, A SUPPLY OF GOOD BLOOD. Tlio Sea-weed Tonic, In conjunction with the Pills, permeates und assimilnles with the food. Chvimcation is now progressing without Its pre vious tortures. Digestion becomes painless, aud the cure is seen to be at hand. There Is no more flatulence, no exacerbation of the stomach. An appetite sots in. ow comes the greatest Blood Purifier ever yet riven by an indulgent father to suffering man. ttcunnca ruimonic d; yruBcomea In to pel u comes in to erfona Its functions and to hasten and complete the cure, it enters at onco upon its work, Natunt . Impaired ana diseased portions of the lungs. not oe cue'n- It collects and ripens the In the form of gatherings, it prepares them lor expectoration, and lo 1 In a very short time tho . mnludy is vanquished, the rotten throne that It occupied Is renoviited and niude new, and the Fatiunt.in ull the dignity of reguined vigor, steps ortn to enjoy the manhood or womanhood that was GIVEN CP AS LOST. The second thing is, the patients most stay In a warm room until they get well ; It is almost im possible to prevent tiikin r cold when tbe lungs are diseased, but It mnst be prevented or a core can not be effected, fresh air and riding out, especially in this section of the country, m the fnll and winter season, are nil wrong. Physi cians who recommend that course lose their pa tients, if their lungs uro badly diseased; and yet. because they are in the house they must not sit down quiet ; tney must waia aoout tne room as much and us fast as the strength will bear, to get up a good circulation of blood. The patients mu.t keep in good spirits be determined to get well. This has a great deal to do with the appe- titc. and Is tho ereut noint to train. To despair of cure after such evidence of its possibility in the worst cases, and moral cer tainty in ull others, is sinful. Dr. Schenck's per sonal statement to the Faculty of his own cure was in these modest words: Many years ago I was in the last stages of Consumption; conflncd to my bed, and at one time vaj physicians thought that I could not live a week : then, like a drowning man catching at straws, 1 beard of nnd obtained the preparations which I now offer to the public, and they made a Dorfect cure of me. It seemed to me that I nrniH fcwtl thnm iwnftrntp mv wnoio svstem. They soon ripened tbo matter In my lungs, and 1 would spit up more than a pint of offensive yellow matter every morning for a long time. As soon as that beean to subside, mv conch. fever, rains, and night sweats all began to leave me, and my appetite became so great that it w with difficulty that I could keep from eating t much. 1 soon gained my strength, and have crown In flesh ever since. 'I was weighed shortly after my recovery. adfled tne uoctor, - men loosing use mere skeleton; my weight was only ninety-seven pounds; my present weight Is two hundred and twenty-ttve (225) pounds, and for years I have en joyed uninterrupted health. , Dr. Schenck has discontinued bis professional visits to new-York ana isoston. tie or nis son, lr. J. H. Schenck, Jr.. still continue to see pa tients at their office. No. 15 North Sixth giret-t. Philadelphia, every Saturday lromw a.m. to 3 P.N. Thoc who wish a thorough examination with the ltespiromotcr will bf charged 5. The Rrs- rirometer aectarcs tne exact conamon or mo inz.. and patients can readily learn whether icy are curable or not. Tne oireciions ior taaing tne medicines aro sdaptcd to the intelligence even of a child. Fol low these directions, and kind Nature will do the rest, excepting that in some cases the Mandrake fills tire to be taken in increased doses; the three medicines need no other accompaniments than the ample instructions that uccomruiny them : First create appetite. Of returning health, hunger is tho most welcome symptom. When It comes, as it will come, let the despair Ing nt once be of good cheer. Good blood atonce follows, the cough loosens, tho nlsht sweat is abated. In a short ttmo both of tbese morbid symptoms arc gone forever. Dr. Schenck's medicines are constantly kept in tens of thousands of families. As a luxative or puruiitive, the Mandrake PiilsareastauJard pre paration ; while tho Pulmonic Svrup, as a cure of couehs und colds, may bo regarded s a pro- phyluctoric against consumption in any of lw foro.s. Price of the Pulmonic Syrup and Sea-weed Tonic, i 1.50 a bottle, or $7.50 a half dozen. Man drake Pills, 25 cents a box. For sale by till drug- aw ana dealers. REAL ESTATE ' AND GENERAL AGENCY, Established 19 Years, WM. E. BELL, General A gent, 8. E. Cor. Fifth and Main Streets. Richmond, Ind 31-lv TBE CHalSTIM.'l8S monthly, religious, family paper, full of in cidents, providences, music, poetrv. Irst stories for young, old, saints and sinners. No sectarianism, controversy .politics, pnffs, pills or patent medicines. 60c. a vear ! 10 conies. 5 1 Send 10c, for 3 papers before you forget! Littls Christian, 8 copies $1. if. L. H ait ings, Tract Repository, 19 Lindall St. Boston, Mass. o-4wr. AGENTS WANTED FOR mm ENSATION of new YORK. 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T''Our Saturday Niirhls." 330 00 wslvi Corixs, one year to one post "office, (we writing tbo names ol sub- . . scribers on each paper), and one ' ' copy ot paper acd a 24x30 inch proof-print, steel engraving of Wash ington on heavy plate paper in India ink, published by Herring, from the original painting, by Stuart, we bav . ing the only engravings of tbe kind in existence, as tbe plate is destroyed The engraving sells at 15.00 $21 00 PUWts .op!., nt 4fa paper (aud su tho f;etter-np of the club the bean til ul, arge engraving t he "Burial of La ta ne," and one copy ol paper one year extra I.. .$30 00 Twenty copies, one vear, to one post office (we writing the names of sub scribers on each papers, with a set of the five books. 'SenaVNonsenve.' Brick Dust,' 'Uold Dust,' 'Saturday Nights,' put np in the best manner, to the gelter-up of tho club $40 00 Thirty copies, one year, to one post- - -office (we willing the names ot sub scribers on each naner). with one extra copy for the year, and a copy oi eacn oi roaxiuj 9 uwas, uiu en- . graving 'Burial of Lataoe.' $60 00 1 Thirty-r ive copies and $70 a Bickford Family Knitting Machine, valued at eesnSsssBsaw Twenty-fiye dollars. Forty copies and $80 a Waltham r Watch (2-os. silve-case), valued at $20. Upon each of these watches will be engraved 'Pomeroy's Demo- ; j ,;; crat,' to be made exuresaly for this paper. Fifty copies and f 1C0 a Waltham Watch (3-oa. silver hunling case) val : ued at $40. Upon each of tliese watches will be engraved 'Pomoroy's T . Democrat,' and mafia expressly "fr r " this paper. ; Address, ,fcPOMEROYS DFJMOCUAT,' . ; New York Citg. ' XSrCtirponters, Baildera jtf ' and sfl who contemplate Building,.: supplied. -with our new Illustrated Catalogue on receipt"" of stamp. JVA.J. BrcxssLL A Co Architectural : . Book PuVrs, 27 Warren st., N. Yaf t 900,000 ACRES OF EXCELLENT FARMING AND SPLENDID PINE LANDS, FOR SALTS. On which are One Thousand Millions Piae Timber, and Inexhausti ble Quantities of Maple, Ileeeh. Elm t sh Hemlock, Oak, Tbe grant of lands to tbe Qrsn.d Rapids A Indiana Railroad Company, to build tbeir Road from Fort Wayne, Indiana, to Traverse Bay snd Mackinaw, Michigan, comprises in its farming lands every variety of soil, from tbe rich clay loam, to tbe light sandy, and they are found in that section of Michigan, north of the city of Grand Rapids, and con tiguous to tho great fruit belt on the eastern shores of Lake Michigan, now being rapidly developed by railroad and other enterprises. Tbe Pine Lands are situated on the Mns kegon Manistee, Pere Marquette, White, Pine, Tamarack, Flat and Ronge Rivers, and lying twenty miles on either side of the surveyed line of said road, and are in the heart of the Pine Section, from which Chicago is so largely snpplied. Farming Lands are sold to actual set tlers, on Credit, one quarter down, balance ij yearly payments, interest 7 per cent. Per sons desirous of locations tor farms will, on application st the Office, in Urand Ran ids, be furnished with Tickets over the Road, entitling them to Return, of Fare in the event of purchasing any of Ihe Com pany's farming land. For information about the lands, prices, location, Ac, addret a WM. A. HOWARD. Land Commissioner, TM Perftet. Grand Rapids, Mich 40to26O.P.RJkCO. Whitney's Neats Foot Soap. Harness STEAM REFINED. Oils, Blscks. Polishes and boaps st the same time. Put up in large and small size boxes, also in 3 lb. bars. Hss been in use for years and sives perfect satisfaction. Send stamp for our WAVERLY. Address O. F. WHITNEY A CO. 59 Milk St. lioston llaae. 0m36d Attention Given to Surgery: I.E. BATJGBTON. M, D; ' burgeon,, SURGICAL OFFICE, NoCse, South Franlclin-st., RICHMOND, IND. JSB Office hours from S to 8 a m; 12 m, and 8 to 9 p .m. Sept 24, '70. 18 G. "W. Benton, AOKKT FOB TBI THE BEST SAW IN USE. HE ALSO HAS A rTJLL SUPPLY OF C .A. X1.XS.X ..-XI OOODI 36-3m MOTS & SWAINS, PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTISTS Are prepared to do all kinds of workin beir line of business, and in THE BEST STYLE! AT THEIR OAIXEBIBS 304, and 308 Main-St., Third Story -A N D Coraer ot Main and Fifth Streets KtCHHOND, Indiana. n36 if MAlTlTFACTTjnEir S Supply Store! Cotton and Woolen Machinery," Lathes, Hand and Power Drills, Gennine Oak-Tanned Lether Beltinar. Uubber Belting, Hose and Packing Dye Stuffs. Acids, Lace Leather, Oils, warps, and all kinds of Manufacturer's Supplies. ADAMS A HADLEY, No. 15 Noble Street, Opp. West End Union Depot. 4m3 TO THE SUFFERING. The Rev. William H. Norton, while resid- ng in Braxil as a Missionary, discovered in thst Isnd of medicines a remedy for Consump tion, Scrofula, Bore Throat, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, and Nervous Weakness. This rem' cdy hss cured myself alter all other medi' cines had failed. Wishing to benefit the suffering,! will send Ihe receipe for preparing an 4 using this rem edy to sll who desire it FREE OF CHARGE; Please sjnd an envelope, with your name and address on it. Address, Rev. WILLIAM H. NORTON, 678 Bkoadwat, 17-ly-tlO. NnwToaxCiTT. : iFiH A WEEK! Best Cheap 8but- 0 U tie Machine In the world 1 Agents Wanted. J. S. HAYES, Great Fella, S. H. 40-4Wd A N OPEN1NU FOR BUSINESS. JM. Any energetic man, by a small cash outlay, ean made 2.000 io three months on our Reliance Non-Explosive Attachment for a.eeoaene umpi. A simple cheap and sure remedy for coal oil lamp explosions. Fits any lamp, and warranted to make it absolute ly safe. 97.000 sold in five months; A county of 20,000 pop. has 15,000 Lamps; every lamp needs it; every family can afford it. Sample for trial, by mail, 30e. Terms and Circulars free. Costs nothing to investigate this offer. Inquire of the editor of this paper, or address f the Patentees. S. 8. MANN A CO.. 213 Hoffmsn-st Baltimore. Md. 6-4wr. Howard Sanitary Association. For the Itetief and Cure of tbe Erring and Unfortunate .on Principles of Christian Philaiiftiropby. aTSSAYS on tbe Errors of Youth B-4 and the Follies of Ase.in relation o Marriagk and Social Evils, with san tary aid for the afflicted.- Sect frei sealed envelopes. . Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P.--ly VhiUdolphia A DAT to sell Dormtm'i L Little Oem Asaea md Cart I Marker. A sample with your name sent by mail on receipt of $1 25. Cir culars free. Address C. 3. Mr 'a Go. 97 W Lombatd 8t-j BaJtimore. Agents wanted everywhere. - -3ai -l S v V A 1 1 1 II I. R HOWARD & 00., Whodescie Grocers, AXO niALSIS IN Salt, Fish, Tobacco and Cigars t Near tbe Depot. 36-lj Ricimoxo, In I Now is the Time to Snbscriba! SATURDAY RIGHT! THE BEST OF ATVLTHE WEEKLY MTAtTKMH PUBLISHED I Every Story, every Sketch, and Vverv Ar ticle printed in SATURDAY IVIGUT to original, snd written expressly for its col umns by tne best talent tbat money can pro cure. .'V'- We will send Specimen Copies free to any wuu win seou ua ineir auurvs. Each number of SATURDAY NIGHT contains as much reading matter as any of tbe popular Monthly Magazines. Three Dollars a vear will purchase 59 Not. of 8ATUROAY NIGHT. The earns money expended in a Magazine brings you only Twelve numbers. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE OF SATUR DAY NIGHT. One year, 52 Nos. is only ......f S.Ot Six months, 2 Nos 1.50 Four months, 17 Nos 1.00 OUR CLUB RATES. For Ten Dollars we will send four copies ior one year to one address, or each copy to a separate address, f or Twenty Dollars we will send eight copies to one address, oreaeh copy to separate addresses. The psrty wbo I sends us $20 for a club of eight copies (all j sent at one time), will be entitled to a copy rKKK. Getters-np of Olubs of eight copies can afterward add aingle copies at 2.50 each. DAVIS & ELVERSON. Proprietors of SATURDAY NIGHT, 48 Phila delphu,Pa. JtsTTHE CONFESSIONS OF AN INVA LID, published as a warning to young mea and others who suffer from nervous Debility, Ac, supplying tbe MSAfteor siu ovbi. Written by one who cured himself, and sent free on receiving a post-paid directed envelope. Address, Nathakiii. Maytaib, Brooklyn Lv-om 9i-a. mi. r.auo. G-. XX , W ef el, .OU'IOAXi ' PUMP MAKER J Iron Wells, Sinks and Irion runpss WOOD PUMPS, WOOD SINKS, Ac. Repairing Done Promptly and Charges Rea sonable. No. 10 South Sixth Street. Near Main, Kichmond, Indiana. r Everything at a reduesd Pries. Ofaa mm a call before going anywhere else. j to??, Fd&kl) STABILE. 'Ml ilO South Franklin-St ' KIOBVOXP, IMBIAIIA.T :ot J.L1JIIGIIIET, n3-6m - Proprietor. DIC KIKS0K&I.TRHOF . MAHDFACTTJBKBS OF ; AND DBALBR3 IN Pumps, Steam Valves, FITTINGS, Iron WAER ft STSAXI FXFTJ. Brass Goods, Lead Pipe, ' P 1 ul m. lb i 13. c Plumber's work at reduced rates Hydraulic Hama, Wash Stands, Water Closets, Pomp tanks. Patentee's sole agents of IRON WELLS, Which are driven and warranted to work satisfactorily. Repair. ing done promptly ; South Sixth streets Bear Main BICHMOND, IND. , fALIBS LI OTAIUt, Steam and Gas Pipe FITTEE, Gas Office on Main Street, betweea real J and Marion on Sd Floor Gkut Fixtures, at Less THAN EASTERN PRICES, All work promptly done in the best and most satisf actory manner and W akbantkd. (L. Knopf. . C. H. Knopf. M. Knopf. DIALXBS IK ALL KISTDS OS . Fresh and Dried Heats, Maaaf actnrers or Bologna, Ham and Pork Sausages, Ave, Ac, Ave. ; 227 Main street, (One Door Eastof O. W. Barnes' Grocer. zvec w. 41-ti. nicmngsa, i na INDIAHAPOLIS. nRTAHT A STRATTON, COLLEGE!. A New and Practical System of American Education. , Dr. B. T. BBOWN, Pres't For circular and particulars address the uperfntendent, A. L. SOUTHARD. S-lS-ly. Indianapolis, Ind FOR SALiS. A Honse ami Lot 44 feet front.sitoated on South Front Street, It te offered on fair and reasonable terms, and unincumbered. It i s a very convenient Honse plenty of room in good repair good ol lar. stable, Ac. Inquire, for terms, Ae. at the Pt"dram Office. - - Feb. 18.1871. rTHXENSE SUCCESS Agents Waat- M ed , male or female; in every county lu us United stares and vansaas.w seu ear new snd most useful Patent; from one to six nsed in mot? family: 100 ner oeat. iruaranieea For nannies and terms, inclose lOo. and ad' areas FERQC80N A Co., 5-4wr 645River-e,Troy,N. T. (TE D4?&UVAT. Wat. It. Hiss. ; ' 'AIM ML. BLAMSUX. UNION PATENT AGENCY D. P. HOLLOW AY 6 .00. H w aouxmuiufl uxi, Al. O aam a n wa ea k v s a . mTAYI engaged ia the bui ef sorilla AAka, ing reseats, ana PatMet entrust) to their care w-i receive prompt attention ' CLAIMS AAaINST THE OOTERNXIBrf FcxCaobFay, For Fenoiotis, C& , WB rstslve personal and prompt attsattat All Mormation. to Patent lave cbesrfaDv fivea. Copies of ihe Laws and Rules . and Regulations of tbe Patent Of Cos. will bs sent, gratis on ap plication. Ia applying for . , a Patent the applicant UVUld . Forward a Uodolof hiaZa Teation, If eusesptibls of being illustrsted by a model, or if it consists ia a eh eauoal J compoccd, sample of the ingre dients in their commercial state, and also in tbe pro- posed prepared form, should be sent. ALSO, A FULL DESCRIPTION Of tbe Invention or dlseovsry, snd its ad vantages should be given as is practic able, to aid in the proper prepa ration of the papers. JBF Persona believing they have made aa invention or a discovery In art or science, and desirous ef knowing whether the same has been patented, by transmitting to ns a ssast,or drawing , or a sufficient description te make the invention intelligible, ean have a thorough sxsmination made ia the Fateas Office, and the result of said examination forwarded to them for a reasonable compea- CAVEATS, WILL BE PRE PARED On sheet aeiiee, by th e inventor giving brief deserfptioa of their invention with IDIR-tVWinsrGrS Will be in artistic style from models furnished by inventors. ettrekea f the Record of the Pat nt Office la regard to titiesin Patents, w01 be ea annliastiea. Bead full name or na shsrsrttr -nf flit tarr-t'T. rr if possible, date of Patent Capiat of All Claims any Patent issued by tne Patent OSes ISM. will be famished on the receipt tw Oa ft, the affpUeaat ffviac the full asms ot the Patsutse,aetare of the invention, date of the Citv. Feb, 1, 137 J.