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HOOFLANO'S GERMAN BITTERS,
and HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC, VtthPAHKD BY PH. C. M. JACKHOX, lMiitimi.riiii l'. The greatest knoivn remedies for Liver Complaint, DYSPEPSIA, Nervous Debility, JAUNDICE, Diseases of the Kidneys, ERUPTIOHS of the SKIS, nml Mil Ilre arising from a Dis ordered l.lver, Mnmacli, or ivpvniTV of the m.oon. fit ad te fnilairintj tymptamt, and if yon find that yonr tystrm it alTeettd by any nf them, yon may rt-tt utsurrd th'tt disease has commenced its attack on thA must important oryant of your baity, ami unlet! total cheekttl by the use of pmi'rrt 'id remedies, a mitcrabbt lift, t'yjn Icrmimtinj in tlenth, wilt be the rctuU, Constipation, Flatuloneo, Inward Plies, Fulness of Blood to the Head, Acldl W of the Stomach, Nausea, Heart burn, Disgust lor Food, Fulness or Wotght in the Stomaeh, Sour Kructtttions. Bink- 1 tug or Fluttering at the Pit of tho Btomnrh, Bwimninn of the Hoad, Hurried or Iiflioult Brpathing, Fluttering nt the lloart. Choking or Suffocating Bnnaations when in a liyinir Posture, Dunnoss of Vision. Dots or Webs before the Bight, Dull Puin in the Hend, Defi ciency of Perspiration, Yel lowness of the Bkiu nnd Eyes, Pain in the Bidei Urtik, Chest Jillnbs, etc.. Bud don Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, and Uruut Depression of Spirits, AU thru indicate ditease of the Liver or Ilitjcslivt Organs, comhinul with impure bloud. Ooofltinb's German Bitters it entirely vetfctnlile, iiirt rontalnt no liiUor. If I n '.(riiitil ff Fluid lx fine Id. Tlir ll!ilMf lleh. nnd Hnrks front which tin-He extract are mnde lire Knt hered In rnmiiy All the medicinal TfrliirM nrr i-kti-fetl from them by n nrlmtlflc. cli,..iift. Therie extracts are then forwarded to tltltt country to lit lined rxprr4Hly for the in nil 11 fnc I Hit of lhene iJllterat. There iu no ftEunhollc Hulistniirt of rtny klmt lined In com pon ii tit n 14 the jilt tern lie m-c It I the only Hitler thnt can In imcd lit rnH N where alcoholic Btlm u la lit art- not atlvlHuhlc. IjooflanVs crman Conic it ft raHifutttitiim nf oil the iwjmlients of the Hitters, vtlh rVuiK Nf 11M t 'rut If it in, thnt,rji-, .v. It is ttsni fir Vie same ilinc-i. an the tiiU'rn, in wins imhrrt n'mn jmrr nlthnlU stimulus is mf -tin-i, 't vi'ti inr in mind that thfte reiite'tie nrr I'tiiin-ly tilfleront from ntiy ot'iers ntffrtiS'tl ." the cure uf the tiittattt fWfrKv, th'S? ti'ivij fivtif p,'ffhii'ttiiit nf medicinal rjtrtf while ine utters iir wir t ration of rum in gimte form. The TONIC it V-iy ott' nf the most fflfiftirtt ami OQrrrahle, rruitiiiejt ever ojfrreit to the utltc lis tttttr it tT'Jti$ite, It lit fl ple-lture to till' tt, while its Hfr-fliritij. eihitnrittiu, tttt'l meilieinnt tftttlitiet have cjusci it to be known U yreattjt of ait ftmet. CONSUMPTION. Tlioimnittlti nf cniirii, whrn tlie pn flenf. MttpnoMrtl he wn nflllrtril with. I hl t errl olt illsrnsfi have lircn curet ly tlit line of tlit-Nr remedies. Kxtremo eiunrlntlmtf dehllltyt and coult it rtt the mm un I attendant upon ac vera raaea of dysprpr! or rilaeaHe of the ttlreitlve orp;niiu. Uvcn In canea of fCentilite f'niiHiiinptloit, theae remedies he found of the greatest lieneflty atrengthenlits nnd lit vlgorutlng. DEBILITY. 7Vr 1 no tutilifinr eqw tn AwftintTf fi-nrutn Pittrs nr T tn if in oifs Itr-hiUty. Tl e y in, part ft t.me ani rutir tn the system, strewthen, the. aj firtit,t cause an enjnymmt nf iff f-rnlt enable the ttnm uh tn iliprxt it, purify the M., jire a piol, f"iTi'l, healthy cnm)lfsitl, rrfulieatt the yrllnw tirt'jt frnin the rye, impart a blu-nn to the ci' Av, a't chaiifti the jmtient from a thnrt-lreittheitx emacuiteit. vmk and nsrvoits invalid, to a full-faced, stout, and vtyw Weak and Delicate Children nrr iiimiIc strong y iinIiit tlie ltlttvra or 'J'diiit:. In tact, tlity arv Kniiilly JIrd IciiiCN, T lit y Vflll te nlllllliHI trcd vltli perfect Hufrtj' to 11 c'iilltl tlireo iiKiut h old, t lif iiKiHt dcllcntc ft-mnle, ur n ninii of iiluely, T'fif Jt-intdiri ?n- llti b'st llioo.l iMu'iiiorio ei'T Innu-n, unit uU cure all dinasei irtul:ituj from AV.71 ijuuv lih'l j-nre; l-'fi your J.ic-r in artier; ketfi yvr tliiyttiei -;-.v(.f in a t'.:t.-i'i. 'ii.'.i mwii' tl"". ! tt-e 11J th-.yt. tHi"ti:t t;t,l n't tli. tije UlU vt:lt.--'il J'm. IndlrN M'liti lvlsli it fitir skin nnd CimiiI rompU-xImi, fro fi-om a ytllnu nil 1 1 ami nil iiIIiit il i h li 11 i-c 111 cut, Hlllllllli llhf 1ll-e l-fllirilifH flCVIIHllll nlly. 'I'lit Mvfr In pcrfei-t order, anil tlir liloiiil puri', will rt-Miilt In Hpark ling r)ta and lilnoiiiliig vlictUs Ciii'Tins, ShttfamV fitriifn are rnitntt-rr.'itil. The U'nmue h'ln tin iiinntnre nf i', .1, tStlvliHinX nn Ike frni't nf the nntri'le irrnfijur nf ein-lt ltttt, nnd tin innnr tf the tulitie bltntn in tuti bn'.tte. All tttktri urc vnuntrrleit. 1'linninniN of Irlfrra linve lirni re orl vrd, )( I f lug lo the virtue of tlica miit-dlrs, A KEAD THE RECOMMEND ATICK3. hiom mix. iii:o.,v. voonv.iti), Clil-f Jllalii1-.' nf tlt'SllpllMIH- I'kUIC tti 1',-nu-ylvMlK, riHMM.Lnm, MAIirit 101 It, 1H7. If ml "ITtmfl.wtl's f,'fftnan Hitters" it wit an ititnx ifitiittj tierertitf, Imt it a anntl tnnit', utefnl in tlitur tlert nf the tti'jtttire tifijtutt, and tft' uteat hrn'fti in rutet nf tltbiWy unit vnnt nf nervnut a'jtinn in ttli tttetu. I tiut t i. ttlti. (.7,'J. If. ITO0)IIM(O. rnoM mix. ,i.mi:s Thompson', Jinlge itl llie Sfupi t'liit (Vurt ol l'iinlviiiiln. l'niLir.i.iiiA, Al'iilL Ulli, lUrt. I roiin'ilrr If nuflniid'v (erinaii !)!( Irri" o rtitmthltt iiittllfitu' In chmf of at f nckri of ludlfff atlim or lyNketln. I ran certify twin frmii my e pt-i ience Of Ha VUIII'H, ltll l'l'Kli rt, ' J.l.lltS THOMPSON. Frnm rti:V. J0PKP1I II. KKXNAI1P, D.D, r"l'r nf tlie Tunth Il.plist t'hiurh, I'hiludi-ljihla, lR.,TArKox llKin Sin . have Iteen frequently ret nnettett In cnitneet my ntime inith refninmentlalinnt of tli iferr:,! hintlt nf nietlit-inet, tail reiftirtintf the prartiet tit entt nf my appropriate tphtrr, I hare in all vatei df 'lined ; but ifiltt a ftttir prwtf in variant iiistancet, and Jiartii-ulnrlyin mytnen fauiilti.iif the ittefnlnrtttil l.tr. Ittt.fnntVl Herman Iiittert, S thpart fnmi':e fmm twy liiuli ronrte, la erpnts biy fall rnnvirlinn' that f,r iifiiiritl tltl,ilrly i, the tl,in', iiti-l M-i.illy fir LiVff t.'llll.ijul, it in tt Miff llhd VIlllLllilf nl:it:ttiull. f tome catet it littiy fail ; but wwill,. Ithmltl tint, it will It very Utnefn-itil to thnse vim gi'ltr from Utt abuM cautei. i'nurt, very retpertfitthi. ). SI. A K. A.I II n, Lujlith, Lelvtu Cuidet .5. Price of the Bitters, 41.00 per bottle Or, a half dozen for $5.00, Price of tho Tonio, $1.50 por bottle Or, a half dozen for $7.50. Til Tulllr i" put lip ill iU:ul Imtllr.. HetMeel Utat it il Pr. Iltmtlnutri Herman Xemetliet that are'ta uniiermlly utid awl tt, highly rernmmend ttt ; and tit not altnui the. Jtrutiiiti tn intlnre. you to lake any thiny elte that he may tny itju.it at tjnait, l& taitte ht mnket a larger profit an it. 'I'hete Siemttlief will be tail by etpreti to any locality vjioh application I It riuxciPAL officii;, AT THE GERMAN MEDICINE STORE, A..U3I AllCl STHKKT, Philadelphia. CHAB. M. EVANS, Proprietor, Formerly C. H. JACKSON 4 CO. Tliex llemedle are for (ale ljr DriiKI(liili Btorekerpers, and Mcdi eiua IJcalcr cvcryHlure, Hi uot feirtiet to examine well tlie article yan bvj, in Qider taytt. t'ir ff'nnine. I j.- a....' .i .i M ".V'l I l'il i f J J01IX F. MOORE, EJltor A Prtrktar. IKE JJOH EJIS, THE FEDERAL VSTEEU. AtB JOK BOWERS. VO It- Hi Dame is Isaac IJowcr, I had a broth er Joe ; Wo lived once in Missouri but that teas lonjt; ngo Before tlie politicians had kicked up nny War j When rich and poor was taxed alike, aud gold was only "par." Our father was a soldier ho fell in Mexico ; He bore the fln which nevct had been struck to foreign foe, And when it struck at Sumter, our mother oliDohed her flst "That flag," she said, "shall riff, boys, in its defence enlist I" So Joe and I did volunteer to do and dare our best ;'. We fought with glorious Lyons -the litiii (if the Went, And when thut gallant spirit Went Up to meet his God, Poor brother Joe did follow he lies beuuiith the sod. The flames of war spread widely like fierce prairie fires Aud burnt my mother's homestead the "homestead" of my sires And forced her to tike refuse with strangers far away, And live ou "Bureau rations" and pal" try "pension pay-" God only knows the sufferings my mother did endure And God ulone appreciates such patri otism pure Kor w hen I'd served my time out, "en ' list snuiti," she wrote, I did, and Irecd the uiggers but not to make 'em vote ! Three years or more have passed, now, (ince I was "mustered out i" I've worked upon the "homestead" like any "roust about" built an humble cabin, with auger and with axe, Now house aud farm nrc "shingled" with State and Federal tax. When I c.imo homo on furlough, a vet eran volunteer, I mot a lovely meiden who now to me is dear. We promised to invest, then, in matri. niiitiial bonds As soon an I returned home, and ! could r.iise the "spous. Hut, laving no "Five-twenties, I vc bail to pay my tas ; Wh.le 1 muxt turn the grindstone, bond-holder.', hold the ax. t'.o we've postponed our marriage until soriie iulure day, Lest we become "producers," and have more tax to pay. The Congressman I'll vote for must fa vor the Greenback ; Must pledge himself lo.vote so I tell yon that's no "whnck " Must vote to pay bondholders u-t as I got in y pay. And as my mother's pension was paid the other day. The biggest Gsh will swallow the small er ones lor tood ; Our ar.ny was a fish. pond it was so un derstood. I 'Tin taken as tor Grant-ed to be a natu ral law, For Grant and other "Generals, to have the largest maw. Sure ns my nane's Ike Bowers, I'll nev cr vote for Graut, Or any other white man who "gulps' the "miner rant," Which strikes the foe who yielded, full worthy ol our steel, And nuts tho necks of white men be neath a nigger's heel. I'vo not forgot the "hard tack" and measled pork I ate : I've not forgot the knapsack but these I II not regret. If luilktoii ami Greenfinch will only win the day, And wine out all the' taxes which eat the poor man's pay. Mess pork, "hard-tack" and coffee, the private soldier ate. While Grant and Mister Colfax but these I'll not regret, Il Pendleton and Greciibrekn will only win the day, Aud that's a oonsumr.mtion fur which all poor men prsy. Republicanism is now playing its farewell engagement. This is positively its last appearance before the American people. And the closing act like that if other menageries, will bo a grand ring oerforinanee of a uionkev on a pony, with a tumiiler ol whisky in one hand and -tur spanli'd ij.iiiiu-r in 'In1 oilier. Toil THE 1UGIIT R IDG WAY, rEXXA., JVLY 2, 18G8. RE If.l HI) OF KIXDXESS. BY B. r. w. "Buy t. paper, sir?" risked a bright- looking boy of a gentleman who was walking niusiuly along oue of the busiest streets of an eastern city, on a chilly day in November, some twenty years since. "No," replied the gentleman, "If you only would sir :" mother is sick aud we need money so much." And a tear trinklcd duWu the boy's face as he spoke. Touched at his evident distress, tnc gentleman said "Well, I believe 1 will take one. liut what is your name ? Aai where docs ydur mother live V "My name is Charles Uoward,8ir,aou we live in Longford Court. My father died about five years ago, aud now there are only three of us ; my mother, little sister and myself. And since father died, between mother taking iu sewing and me scllintr newspapers, we have uiauascd to get along; but when sho got sick we ran out ot money, aud it has gone very hard with us since." "Ah, 'naeeu; ! said the gentleman. Then, as if somo sudden idea had ocour. red' to him, he ubruptly asked : "What is your age? llavo yoU ever been at school 1" I am twelve years old, Eir. I went to school before the death of my father, and have for some time past been going to a night school ucar where we hvo, until mother took sick, when I quit." "Well, Charles I came near forget ting to pay you for your paper ; hero is your money. Call to morrow at Wil liam Meredith & Co. s, im o, Street, and I will see what I can do to still farther assist you. When you call, ask for Mr.Meredith." "Thaok you, sir I will come," said the boy. llut tho last words were lost on Mr. Meredith, as bo had rapidly resumed his wulk when he had Euished speaking, thinking as he had dono so : "We just need another errand boy, and I like the looks of this little fel low very much. I gave him a gold piece to try him; in tho gathering twilight he failed to notice the diifer encc between it and an other coin ; if he is houcst, he will return it to me, and he shall have tho position." Alter partina with Mr. Meredith, Charles continued to sell his papers, and fortunately had disposed ol them all soon aP.er dark, when he went home, up three flights of stairs, into two rooms, a lartrc nud a small one, both of which were uieugcrly furnished. A table with ono leaf, a few old chairs, two old mattresses with scant outside covers that showed a scarcity ot blankets, and a few dishes were all that constiutcd their cootenK Advancing to one of these beds, Charles said : "Wake up, dear mother j I have good news. "What is it, my son V languidly ask ed Mrs Howard. lie thcu related his meeting and conversation witn Mr. Meredith, ot which the reader is already acquainted Happening to put his hand into his pocket to get his money out to count it, Charles pulled out the coin which Mr Meredith bud given him ; it slipped and struck the floor with a metalie ring "What is that?" said Mrs. Howard. "A piece of silver, I suppose," said Charles, evidently thinking it was noth ing else. "But it sounded differently from sil vcr, I thought; brinst it hers and let me examine it' Why ! it is a five dol. lar gold piece? here did my son get it? I hope he has not been stealing." "Indeed, mother, I did not know I had it until just now," said Charles ro allv as much worried about the matter as his mother. "Can you not think ? you surely ought to know something about it,"said Mrs. Howard. After thinking a moment, Charles' face bri;litcusd up as he said : "I believe I have it; Mr. Meredith must have given it to ma through mis take. I will ask him in the morning.' " Thut is right my son. 'Honesty is the best policy always; ever lollow its teachings, and you wil never bo I astray." Mrs. Howard was a Christian woman and ever tried to instill in the minds of her children thoso correct principl which were cussential to make them not only good children, but which would cxtcud throughout their lives, aud make them useful and worthy members of so ctety. At eight o'clock on the next morning Charles made his appearance ht Mr. Meredith's place of business. "Good morning, sir ; how aro you at 1 h ih t'nio, and how is your mother ak ed that gentli'iii iii, kindly. AT ALL. TIMES. "Oh, I am very well, I thank you, and my mother is somewhat better. But we both have been considerably trouo.ed about one tiling. It seems that on counting my money last night I found a piece which did not belong to me, and tho thought occurred that you might have given it to aio through mistake ; is so, sir? said ho showing tnui tne piece of gold. "les, it is mine, ana I am very mucn obliged to ou for returning it. We need another errand boy, and I believe you are just the one to suit. Can you come tomorrow 7" ''Yes, sir, I am very, very thankful to you. ' "Sot at all j consider yoursoll perma nently engaged at a salary of four hun. drcd dollars tho first year, and if every thing progresses favorably wo will talk about an increase at the expirUion of that tfmo." . "O, sir, I can never forget your kind ness, and mother will be so glad. The next day Charles took his posi. tion, which he held until the end of the first year, wl.cn he was promoted aud received six hundred dollars per annum, which crlnablcd the family to live iu quite a state ct com tort, compared to that ol their former lite, lie continued with the firm five years; at the end of that time he was getting an annual salary of fifteen hundred dollars, having by Ins integrity, industry and perseverance,' risen from one of the lowest to one of the highest positions in the store. Short ly after this a branch store was started in a thriving town some distance from the place, and the entire management placed la tho hands of Charles. He made money rapidly lor its owners, and so well pleased were they that they off ered him a partnership, which he ac cepted. Some time after he took a uo tion of going Luithcr west, nnd opening a store for himself ; so he withdrew from the firm to the evideut reirret of its members, and taking his mother and sistei ho went to Detroit, where he started in business, and by his prudence tact and integrity, soon made himsclt known, and established The commercial disaster of'57wjs sweeping acros the country, involving many in destruction and ruin, when a merchant might have been seen, late one afternoon, working at his books in the counting room iu one of our East ern cities. "Lost, all lost !" at length exclaimed he sadly, closing tho book and restiu his head upon h's hands. "A gentleman wishes to see you, sir, were the woids that hist aroused hiu, "Tell bim, James, that I' will bee do one. "But he said ho must see you." "Show him in, then," "Good evening, sir. Why, Charles Howard, is it you ? lam very much surprised as well as glad to see you How are your folks? . "We are all enjoying the best of health, thank you, Jiut 1 came to see yon on business; I henr tne old house ot Meredith ana & Co. cannot weather the storm. Is it so ?" "Alas ! it is so. We have had exten sion on our paper iu expectation of re mittances which have tailed to come, until we cannot meet our liabilities, and to-morrow wo have to make tho much dreaded assignment which we have in vain tried to avert, unless help comes in some unexpected manner. "ITnw miioh id vnur inr1ilitAr1nocg inquired Charles. "About twenty thousand dollars, re plied Mr. Mercpith "it ycu nau thirty thousand you would feel perleotly sale, I suppose? "ICS." "Have you any blank checks heie ?" "Why, what do you mean? You are not going to lend me the money ?" "1 am ; but the check where is it ? "Here," said Mr.Meredith banding hint one. Charles tilled It up and banded it back with the remark : "Here it is ; thirty thousand dollars. payable to your order. "lint why, sir, this kiudness ' "Did you not treat ne kindly when I was but a poor newsboy ? And would 1 not be ungrateful indeed, if 1 did not, now that L am able, try to repay you. "Nobb, generous nun, how can I thank you ?" said Mr. Meredith with feeliug. But maybe you iucouveuieuce yourself by doiug this? "Never mind that. When the storm first came on I thought it better to sell than to hold those goods which I had an idea that must fall. By this and vari -.1 - . ous otuer precautions, i managed to cs cape with but little loss. It is getting dark, so 1 must leave you. Good bye. uaii to morrow witnout fail. "Thnnk you, I wdl." 'A triend iu need is o:ic iudecd'suid VOLUME El Gil T X UMBER 15. Mr. Meredith, when alone by himself. "Surely, 1 would have laughed at the idea years ago, it any person had told me that the boy I then took into my store as an errand boy would one day bo tho means ot saving the firm from ruin." With the money thus furnished they were eonabled to continue their busi. ncss without interruption, and when the storm blew over they soon mana ged to pay tho debt, principal and in terest, although at first thore was con siderable demurring on the part of Charles Howard to tho payment of the latter, but he finally accepted it, and the debt was thus cancelled financially ; but this timely and generous aid was thankfully remembered by Mr. Mer edith and his partner so loeg as tbey lived. What a Worktnoman Thinks. Hon John A. Bingham, in ono of his speeches during the last campaign, was foolish enough to exclaim, " 1 hank God there is no such thing as Equal Taxa tion." This came to the eyes of a Mont, pclier (Vermont) Radical workingman, which struck him so forcibly that, Kadi. cul a3 he is, he is forced to comment as follows : Of course Bingham and his party represent the bondholder, who has his horses and carriage, his Wine parties, his plate, and his bonds. 1 am a workingman. a have my tin dinner pail, my tool chest, and my hard palms, and tired bones at night, and my hasty breakfast in the morning, a lean purse, and a tax receipt at the end of the year. n hen quarter day comes the bond holder cuts off his coupons and draws his interest, and thanks God there is no such thing as equal taxation. 1 draw out my purse and pay my rent. And when the year is gone he couns up his gains, rustics his bonds, and has a wine supper. And wheu the year k gone I look at the tax receipt and go to bed with an aching heart to dream of Democratic times, light and equal taxation. the bondholder does nothing. He is supported. x pay btato taxes, county taxes, poor taxes, road taxes, city and township taxes, revenue taxes; in fact taxes of all kinds and on everytding. 1 pay taxes to support the bondhold ers, who pay no taxes for any purpose whatever. I shall vote for cciuul taxation, and dowu with tho party who " thank God there is do such thing as equal taxation." BJi.Not many months since a well- to.do farmer of a Connecticut village went to a telegraph office and wished to send a dispatch to his friends of tho death and funeral of his wile. Being somewhat acquainted with the niau a lady operator expressed sympathy for him and his motherless children; whereupon the afflicted widower sobbed aloud, and tho tears coursed dowu his checks. At Inst, becoming a little more composed, he said : "She's dead. She was worn out liko an old setting htn. She died without a 'kick." BX.A Greek maiden being asked what lortune she would bring her bus. band, replied, "I will bring him what gold cannot purchase aheartu "spotted and virtue without stain the luhen tauce from paranU who had those, aud nothing else to leave me. Tho Radicals almost everywhere seem utterly destitute of enthusiasm over the nomination of Grant and Colfax. Their attempts in tho way of la.'iGcatiou meetings have almost, without exception ether been entire failures in point of attendance, or hava been spiritless af. lairs. Butlcrssys Bingham is a murderer Bingham says Butler is a coward and t iinei. jiouueny says asnburnc is a TV II ...a, scoundrel and a fool. Washburne says Donnelly is a criminal snd a liar. All these leaders in Radicalism aro endorsed lor trutn ana vciacity, and iu this m- s'ance none will question their reliability, The editor of a suburban sheet, hav ing a big egg laid on bis table, cackled out Lull a column in its praise. It proved however, to bo chalk, very neatly turned a fact evolved on attempting to boil it three minutes by the wateh. It has very properly been chalked down as a good lell. St Bernard calls fear tlie dourkee per of tlie soul. As a nobleman's porter stands nt ibe (loot nnd keciis oufvaRinnis, so ilio fear of Clod sluiuU aud keeps all sinful temptations from entering. Fashioiiablcyoung ladies in New York are in tlie habit nf Uking an early canter I around Central Talk, folio e'l by a groom ; iu vclvisiecu lirccdica aud top bouV. JilllEF XOTES FROM EXCIlAXOf.". Open air services police duties. Gold still keeps up to 1,40). Cool contracting debts for ico cream. Failuics Grant raitiGcntion nicct ings. Going to New York a large del egation ot Harrisburg Democrats. The psper having the largest cir-. culation a paper of tobacco. Grant has detectives on the Canada frontier to watch the Fenians. Mississippi has gono Democratic by a very large majority. Can ladies who wear brass bands be called musical 1 Peaches arc arriving in New York from South Carolina aud Georgia. -r-A youDg Cretan has been fighting through the insurrection iu male attire. The Democratic " white boys iu blue" aro enthusiastic for Hancock. " Senator Grimes is reported to bo very low, and is not expected to recover. If you want to riso iu tho norld, go up in a balloon. To keep shade trees green the year round paint them. Tho proper platform for Ben. But ler the platform under tho gallows. New York city is filling up with prominent Democratic politicians. Tho largest gold brick ever secu in Montana is valued at 31,050. A man in Philadelphia cut m throat with a piece of wiudow.elass, but failed miserabiy if he meant to kill himsel Mosquitoes arc so thick ot the sea side that the residents can only brcatho through wire straiuers. Cap.t. Mayne Rcid will become a citizen of this country, and remain per manently in tho United States. MoDtana is swarming with gold seekers, and recent rains have giveu an impetus to mining operations. All the enthusiasm about Grant and Colfax exists only in editorial inkstands, and muddled at that. Burnsido has invited Burlingamo and as many of his merry men ns the State will hold, to visit Rhode Inland. Six freedtnen spoke at a Democrat, io meeting at Terry, Mississippi, recent ly, against the Radical policy. Reading has been selected os tho place fur tho next meeting of the Ger man Evangelical Synod of Pennsylvania. Somo men in Philadelphia wanted to drink cream of tartar in their water, aud drank tartar emetic instead, it'iek uess, physicians and stomach pumps. Seeing tlicro is sonic doubt as to Grant's real name, tho New Orleans Picayune suggests that he bo styled tlio so called U. is. Orast. Tho California delegation to tho National Democratic Convention havn arrived, also a number id politicians from tho Southern States. Geary says, " Drunkards, liko pi rates, arc public enemies. lheu ot course " Hans" will uot support Giant for President. An earnest lludical learning that negtocs arc uot admitted to the North and South poles, proposes to chop them off with tho axes of tho earth. The French ladies arc envious of tho American belles iu Pans, as they receive all the attention, compliments, invitatious, aud notices iu the uewsna pcrs. Gold has been found in Alaska. If Russia waits a while longer, wo shall bo able to gather enough ol the pre. cious metal iu tho coded territory to pay for it. Greeley has given one hundred copies of his " Conflict" to the libraries of England and Ireland. They can't exactly reluso to take them, but what a bore it must be ! Tho Radical legislature of this State, at its last session, appropriated $2,500 to school in Chester county, cal led the "Lincoln Uuivcrsity," where negroes ore educated for teachers. A Cairo editor tolls tho ladies that cleanliucss is the first ornament, and that this is obtained by taking a bath once a month, aud washing their bauds once a day. Baron Ilaussmanti has spent S !)(, 000,010 in improving Paris, and h-issad. died the city with a debt larger than those of Denmark, Sweden uud Norway put together. Six months ago Greeley said that " thoso who are pushing Geu. Grant for Presidoiit will laud where the Whigs did with Foott in io2 ; they utterly mis. take the timo of day." Greeley's owu clo k scims to havj ruu dowu- Hon. John B. Henderson, United States Senator from Missouri, was mar ried lately, in. Washington, to Miss Ma ry l'o itc, daughter ot Judge Footc, of Saratoga county, New York, and niece tf the late lluu. Solomou Foote, former, ly United States Senator from tLc bUic ot Yeimout.