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THE WILMINGTON POST,
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SUNDAY MOEJJIKQ. JAN. 4. 1880.
J? JtiUJLYl VY ADnill U vj.ii
Grant's Quiet Visit.
WATCHING ' THE UAINE UTO-j
DLE." , :';y.
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POSTMASTER GENERAL KEY'S
',. WAR ON SWINDLERS.
NEW DEMOCRATIC TACTICS
WAsniKGToy, D. C, J an. 1, 1880.
Durinir the past week Washington
has been one of the most nneyentfnl of
places. General Grant came, it is true,
-but his coming ! caused scarce a ripple
of excitement. -There was np "Grant
boom." here. Simply and fluietly as
any other citizen, he came td the city
went to his old church', called at the
Departments, and visited with his old
friends. There was respect shown mm
in the raising of hats when he was on
the streets walking, or driving. Of en-
.-. thusiasm there was none. But the
"show business" has commenced again
in Gponr?. . Some of his friends wish
it'could cease. V ,. . )
The New Year has come, and this, its
first dav. is Derfect. -The calm of the
-past week is only broken by one event
worth noticing tven here. It is that
the Republican National Committee
! has made an official call for the Na,
L tional Convention to meet in Chicago
on the 2nd day of June, next.
Maine is still the topic of conversa
tion. The President allowed himself to
be interviewed last Monday.: He was
of the opinion that an understanding
would be reached. The reporter said,
"that the Democrats will back down,
do you mean?" k,They cannot do
otherwise." was the President' answer.
In the meantime a meeting of promi
nent southern members of Congress ha
been held here, and they telsgraphed to
Governor Garcelon to hold ut.i He
promptly answered that he would. To
sav what will, or whst will not be done
in Maine, is ihe merest guess' work
That the Democratic Governor and
Council are committing a great wrong
tbtm is no doubt. Nor is there any
doubt U" at a very slight incident or ac
cident might caute bloodehed, the re
suit fjf which uo man could foretell
Meanwhile not a little talk w going on
among the politicians as to the effects
of the Elaine Muddle" on the coming
Presidential campaign. "Blaine must
settle this in favor of 'bis party, and
show that he can control his state, or
he will stiimi no chance at Chicago next
June," has Ik-en -said many times iu
nay hearing. That it' will have its ef
fect in some degree i con tdd by
many of his friends here. -
The war made on the lottery coin
panies by the Postmaster General is at
tracti ng im:,ch attention. On the one
side.it seems thai if ouce each mouth
from 300,000 to 500,00ft of the intelli
gent people of this enlightened country
want to send from $1 to $10 each, to
Generals Beauregard and Earley, and
other ex'Confederate officers in Louis
iana and Kentucky, it is nobody's busK
ess excepc tuose wao sena. iney
now that not oue-hali of all that is
2ul is accounted for in any way, and
they have been told again and again,
that the big prizes are either not drawn
at all, orif drawn, they are as a rule
clrawn by those in oiluti ju with the
ipanagers. I Why attempt to" stop these
ibolsfrom Investing in Beauregard's and
'-Earley'a lotteries? : On the other hand
' i is urged that the mails should not
knowingly be made the medium by
which thieves and swindlers may fatted
on the public. Mr. Key"" attempted to
prevent the traflic in lottery , ticket,
through the mails. 1 During the lav
week some of the ablest lawyers of the
country, foremost among them Senator
Carpenter of Wisconsin, have been con
testing his fiction in the Courts in be
half ot the lol tery companies. Not a
, all dismayed the Postmaster-General
followed up his war on the lotteries by
ordering that all letters directed to
four New York city banking firms o
great newspaper reputation, should be
Seturned to th senders or sent to the
eadletter office. On the heels of this
order came the explanation. These
banking firms were myths. One man
was behind them all, and he was sim
ply engaged in swindling the public.
It is estimated that he spent about
f-lO.OCO annually in advertising and
that lie must have received about $2
I 000,000 from the people of the country.
ilis plan was simple. He asked you
1 to send $10 to him and he would put it
Jnto a stock combination and you
should share the profits, he to take His
commission as any other broker, If
Ihe $10 was sent, in a short timet you
tvould probably receive anttice that
your $10 had made 50 which waa
placed to your credit. Still Jater, no
tice was given that by some pressure of
the "bears" m the stock market the
$60 with, the $10 had been lost. If yoa
Ti anted tot you could remit again aid
the banker would try once more, &C
The point was that you never received
any money back. Pad as this swindle
was, and how great it was all now
know. It is "small potaUcs and fjw in
the hill," compared to the lottery swin
die which General Kev is endeavoriDg
mo luaoKB oi ice people ui me nuwc i
l --j w . r . a a Mt n i a i
nation. - I
Secretary Sherman made resumption
of specie payment a success when
eterjr Democrat in Ihe Jand said it was
imnnfiiniK. nn snrrpfuipu in rciuuu- i
ing a large portion of the national debt
harinr m nt interest in bonds
bearing four per cent interest, in spite
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of the active opposition of the Demo-
cratic politicians and pre83; and in
doing so he saved the people about
$15,000,000 a year in interest alone.
There is still a large portion of the debt
bearing six per cent interest which soon I
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becomes due, and wnich must De re
funded. Mr. Sherman asks authority
from this Democratic Congress to-re
fund this six per cent debt at four per
cent, and urges most conclusive reason
why that is the best rate foi the people.
Mr. Fernando Wood, of New-York,
Chairman of the Committee of Ways
and Means, thinks he is an abler finan-,
cier than Secretary Sherman, and he
proposes to introduce, as a Democratic
bill providing that that
portion ef the debt soon falling due
shall be refunded in bonds bearing but
three and a half per cent interest.
This rate Mr. Sherman thinks is too
low to be successful in view of the fact
that much ot the capital that was seek
ing investment in bonds is now going
into manufactures and commerce.
Having failed in making a single point
against the Secretary heretofore, Demo
cratic partizan malice now takes this
new shape to thwart him. H. C. F.
Present Condition of Itel'usees in
Topkka,. Kan., Dec. 31. A staff
correspondent of the Chicago Inter
Ocean, who has been making an in
vestigation of the exodus iu Kansas
during four weeks' travel through the
State, writes a letter from here giving
hisi conclusions. He estimates the
number of . refugees in the State at
15,000. Of tbse he thinks that proba
bly one-fifth were able to buy a little
land, and are making good. progress in
farming. Mst of the others have
found, through the "Freedmali'ii Reliel
Association, places as laborers, a?id
are giving good fiatisfation. In no
county did he fiud them burdens upon
corporated charities, but the demand
for these laborers has been stretched o
its fullest : capacity, as the accumula
tion of refugees at .tie barracks (now
nearly 700,) for whom no places can oe
found, clearly indicates. Judging from
what he has learned from refugees
themselyes, and from the increaMjjg
numbernow from twentyfiyb to fifty
arriving every day he predicts that
the movement to Kansas willsoon as
sume such proportions agaiu'as to as
ton is h the country, and unless the tiic
can be turned or ihe charity of the
North more readily bestowed, trrtt
suffering which the relief committee,
although laboring faithfully wir.h the
means at their command, has not been
entirely able to relieve iduring the
recent cold weather, will soon be turn
ed to general destitution and greit
suffering among the pauper refugees.
Pegram, the negro pedestrian, who
came out fouith in the recent footrace
at the Madison Square Garden, is des
cribed by the Bc st'en Ileraid as a pious
Baptist ot that city. He ascribes his
success to prayer. "1 prayed for
strength," he says. "1 thought of that
Terse in the fortieth chapter of Isaiah
and the last verse, which says'But
they that wait upon the Lord shall re
new their jsftr.ngth; they shall mount up
with wins as eaglej; they, shall run
and hot be weary, and tbey shall walk
and not be faint.' That's the words
that kept ringing iu my ears all the
time. If I hadn't been a good man I
would not have got where I did-"
Since the beginning of -the Miuisterul
crisis in Spain, which resulted ia the
fall of the Martinez-Campos Ministry,
the political excitement in Madrid has
been growing in intensity. Gcu. Cam
pas was a "favorite with the populace,
and his fall provoked much popular in
dignation. The army also resented it,
officers of high grades threatening to
resign and others putting their ! names
on the retired list, a'he Liberalstoo,
who had been fighting for liberty and'
reform in Cuba, believed that alt their
labors had come to naught by the dis
missal of . Gen. Campos. The I popular
excitement was intensified by the with
drawal of seventy. Opposition mem
bers from the Chamber of Deputies on
the day that the new Ministers took
theiueats. People beean to xhmif. in
public places "Long live the rej.ublic! '
and the situation became critical
that troops were held n. rvadintss to
preTent; an outbreak. It is not, there
fore, surprising that amid so much
Eopular discontent an attempt should
e made on the life of the King. &
Y. Sun. ' . ; ,
Adjutant BaranofF, who became fa
mous during the Russo-Turkish war as
the commander ef the Vi afl On
Russian merchant vessel turned into a
gunboat, in which he whipped a Turk
ish iron-clad alter a five
off KustendjS in July 187f, has been
court-martialed and dismissed from the
Mrrice for making use fof insulting
linguagt in reference to the Ministry
A little eastern bov made a smn nnt
of apiece of gas-pipo by plugging up
the end with a riveL He f5d it nv
HIi' father can't find the pipe now, but
he could nse the bov fmr one i if h0
could find enough of him.
They Don't Forget.
The attempts of the Democrats to
alienate tbe colored vote frsm the Ke
publican party are failures. They may
cd - erce them, they may silence them,
but to induce them voluntarily to cast
Democratic ballots thev never can
, u- i
vtvurre, auu uu uvvivu0j
uarestraiuea, me coiureu wucu .-
a. t i A am..- fwM m i
vote the ReDublican ticket. The sent
ment actuating them all was tersely
expressed by Parker Loridg, an ex-
81 g jJJiBSi51iS5B 'ptrty
lUUWCU UJB aUU 1 llVCUi inu tUIVUU
j i t i : i t ... iaiiHi
and it made me free. I was a thing, I
I l - a - i Tf . at.
ana ii created me a man. xi everx ur-
f Alet a Just Wf.S'
I shall no longer be fit to live"
q hprA . , rnnraA man in ftii
.There is not a colored man in all the
south, however ignorant, who doesn t
teelall this burning in his heart.
Ihe introduction ot American an
thracite into Switzerland has directed
i c a ii ;
the attention of the Swiss to their own
coal fields, which they believe may be
made to supply their wants.
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I December 42. -
Spibits Turpentine. The market
opened steady. Sales of 220 cask at 38
cents per gallon; closing quiet.
Rosin. The market was steady at
$1 20 for Strained and $1 20 for Good
Strained. No sales reported.
Tar. The market opened steady at I
i lit r ann 11 lit- 1 -1. I
$1 10 per bbl,of 280 lbs, with sales at
Crude Turpentine Market firm
at$ 1 60fa2 60 for Hard and Yellow
Din. ! Sales of receipts at Quotations.
! CorroN.i The market tor this article
opened dull, with no sales reported.
The following were the official quota
Ordinary. 101 cts
Good Ordinary, - 115-16
S. Good Ordinary,
Low Middling1 II 11-16
Spirits Turpentine. The mar&et
tor this article opened steady at 38 "cts
p ?r gallon tor regular packages. Sa'es
ut'100 casks ot that price.
i Rosin. Thei market was steady at
$1 20 for Strained and Good ; Strained,
No sales reported. - .
Tar.-f he market was steady at $1 10
per bi. of 2b0 lbs, with sales at quota
tiens. . "
Crude Turpenttne Market r firm
$1 62 00 tor Hard and Yellow
Dip j.iles of receipts.
Uotton ihe market for this article
opened -.quiet, with no sales. The foli
lowing are the official quotations:
Ordinary, Uuj cts
Good Ordinary, 115 16 4
Strict Good Ordinary, "
L,ow Middling, 11 11-16 "
Aliddimg, ; 12
Good Middling, . 12J
"jpikits ruRPRNTiNE.- The market
was steady at 38 cents per gallon
for regular packages. Sales of 300 casks
at quotations. ,
Rosin. Market was steady at $1 0
for,Strained and Good Strained. Sales
reported. . "
Tak. Market Avas firm, at $1 110
per bbl, ol 250 lbs., with sales at quo
Crude Turpentine. The market
was firm at-fl G02 60 ior hard and
Yellow Dip. . " . . - .
Cotton. The market for this arti
cle opened firm, at the following official
Ordinary, 10 cts B ft ,
i ' i v : . . . .. - "
vruuu wruinary, ii o-lo
Strict Good Ordinary, ' '
Low Middling, 11 11 16
Good Middlinsr. J 21
; U :
Rosin, ... - i
1 94 casks.
l . Decembar 30.
SriRiTs Turpentine -Tho market
opened firm at 42 cents per gallon
forregular packages with sales reported
of 400 casks.
iStThe. market was quiet at
fl 2a for Strained and Good Strained,
JNo sales reported. ,
TARSales reported at $1 10 per bKi
of280 Ids, the markkclosing quwtL
Crude TurpentIio! Tlie nuket
Ydiow'rjfp1 11 6U2 for IW- S
CojroN-Market opened firm, but
closed quiet at the following ofceial
Good Ordinary, 10 5-16
otnet G. Ordinary
LowMiddling, ' 11 IMG
Middling ' .. . 12
Good Middling, i
Spikits TcaPExriNE. -The u K
opened firm at 42 cents per r .if0"?' '
regular packages, being a , lon 1.'
cents with sales of the dav "c?Jlne
quotations. &t tneabov e
Rosin The market
$1 25 for Strained and5e,d dnlUat
Straned, with no sal w
Tar. Market r - J rePorted.
per bbl.. of 280 11 'M.Wirt 'af $1 10
tat ions. wita sales at qac-
Cbude Tub- t m
was steady at ' iSlw-1?6 mark,jt
r 41 6Q for if ard :wd 1 2 6 0
NEW AD VERTISEMENTS
for Yellow Dip. closing steady.
Cotton. The market t opened nrmi
and nominal, and later sales were
effected of 400 bales on a basis of 11
cents per lb. for Middling, closing quiet
at tne IOllOWing Oliiuiai ijuuiauuus;
Ordinary, 10$ cts $ Jb
I Good Ordinary 11
! ' i January 2.
Spirits Turpentine. The market
opened firm at 42 cts per gallon, for
regular packages, with sales ot ojo casirs
ac mat Dnce. closing quicu -
ItOSIN Aiartet openea qu;ei at x j
for Strained and Good Strained, with
sales later v in the day of 4,000
Good Strained at that price. .
TAB Market for this article
firm at $1 10 per bbl, of 289 lb?.,
sales at Quotations. I I
Urude Turpentine. ine mar&ei
was firm atjl 60$2 60 for Hard and
for Yellow Dip. with sales as otlereu
Cotton. The market for this article
opened firm, with sales of 100 bales at
12J cents "per pound lor Miadimg. ine
iu cents v it
Good Ordinary. 11 1-16
Strict Good Ordinary 11 IMG" ! "
Low Middling, ! 12
Good Middlinar. 12t v ,f
. n .
238 ! ibbls
45 Years Before the Public.
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THE GENUINE i
DR. C. Holi ANE'S
L CELEBRATED . -
FOR THE CURE OP
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
SYSrSFSlA AND BIC1C HBAOACHS.
Symptoms of & Diseased Liver.
PAIN In the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt ender the shoulder blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of tlie
shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
for rheumatism in the arm. The stom
ach is affected with loss of appetite
tnd sickness; the bowels in general
re costive, sometimes alternative with
lax; the head is troubled with pain,;
accompanied with a dull, heavy sen
sation m the back part. There is gen
erally a considerable loss of memory,
accompanied with a painful sensation
of having left undone something which
ought to have been done. A slight,
dry cougH is sometimes an attendant.
-The patient . complains of weariness
and debility ; he is easily startled; his
feet are cold or burning, and he com?
plains of a prickly sensation of the
skin ; his spirits are low ; land although
he is satisfied that exercise would be
beneficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon tip fortitude enough to try it.
In fact, he distrusts every remedy.
Several of the above symptoms attend
the disease, but cases have occurred
where few of them existed, yet exam
ination of the body, after death, has
shown the liver to have been exten
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AGUE AND FEVEH;
Dr. C, McLane's Liver Fills, in
Cases of Ague and Fever, when
taken withrQuinine, are productive of
the most happy results. No better
cathartic cart be used, preparatory to,
or after taking Quinine. -We would
advise all who are afflicted with this
disease to ive them a fair trial. .
For all bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, tHey are tin
HEffAxtE OF IMITATIONS.
The gtnuine are never sugar coated. (
Every box has a red Wax seal on the,
lid, with the impression 3Dr. McLane's
The genuine McLAKfc's LirfeR Pills
bear the signatures of C. McLanE and
Fleming Bros, on the wrappers.
Insist upon having the genuine Dft.
C McLane's Liver Pills prepared by
Fleming Bros., of Pittsburgh, Pa., the
market being fall of imitations of tho
name McLane, spelled differently but
fane pronunciation. - a
dec 8. ly
mm mm. ,1 Vl V Qm1 VAA J J V- VMM
towskfio ' acks need 14 Persn in every
W Tf vnn q n 'f cm rrr1 s rit nan
F"PwitndIllustrated family publication,
n world. Any one can become a snc
cessmi agent. Tlie most elegant works of
en free to subscribers. The price is
o lov r that almost everybody subscribes,
wffc nt reports making over $150 ma
:. A lady agent reports taking over 400
nor cribersin ten days. All who engage
ce mosey fast. You can devote all your
" te to the business, or only your spare
f ae. You need not be away , from home
er night.' You can do it as well as others.
ull particulars, directions and terms free.
llegantand expensive Outfit free. If you
want profitable work send ns your address
at once, xi costs notning to try the busi
ness. No one who engages falls to make
great pay. Address "The People's Journal."
Portland. Maine. angl7-lia,
SPIRIT OF THE SOUTH 1
AN INDEPENDET FAMILY NETVSPA
PER, devoted to news, politics, litera
ture, Ac. i
PUBLJSHED WEEKLY AT ROCKING-
, HAM, N.C. .
HAS BY FAR THE LARGEST CIRCULA
TION OF ANY OTHER PAPER
PUBLISHED IN THE PEE
TERMS IN ADVANCjS. i
oct 12 Editor andPropriet
NEW AD VER71SEMENTS.
T HAVING BEEN BROUGHT TO OUR
atteaUon that Imitations of our Jartlcle are
being sold in this market, notice is herel y
given to all'wh n i . njaJ conccr
vending of any article, with an
oj trade marks above described, rlll be
prosecuted tinder a reeeut act of the U. S.
UDOIiPHO "WOIiF,EfS SONS A CO.,
IS Beaver street, New York.
The Great Carrias Manufacturing House of liis World,
EMERSON, FISHER & CO
TOP BUGGIES W
Uest material, good workmanship, Laudsomo styles, 4roa and durable'clucUs
I . ' m every respect.
Mannfactarei Dy MERSON
J i 1UUUU
part of tlio American Goatinent-
They give unfailing satisfaction. ' All their work V. Warranted.. They liav -received
testimonials from all parta of ihe county, of purport s;mi!ar-lo the
lowiner. hundreds of which are on file subiect to inspection :
Messrs. EMfiBSo, FisnEB fe Co.: v .
1 !have used one ol your Top Buggies three
livery stable, and they have given me perfect
Messrs. CorrocK A Johxsox : Nkvi?kkry, s. c.. Julv 17, LSTD.
1 UearHirs: I have been usins the Emersau & Fisher Buiigy thought from voir, us r--
roughly I suppose as any one could, I luwl
times with two grown ladies ana wyseit
money I paid for it. I say the Emerson A
'I'na fa irnru hloi ronnt'iliAn t.Vin fl-j rriri
have been used for several years ly Liveryme.., Physicians, Farmers and others
requiring hard and constant use, has fed to an increased demfiu Irom those"
localities, to meei which the manufacturing facilities of their niammouth estish-;.
lishment have been extended, enablihglthem now to turn out $h good style.
3(T0 fiAET?TAfiRR A WREK
EMERSON, FISHER & CCS
That the public may beprolectcil against Imitations and Fisud we speetallv cautin'U
purchasers of BENtsOCTS CAPCINJb JvOliOLa Jt'LASTEI-CS tteee that the word CaKUNH
on each plaster is spelled correctly. Do uot allow somo'.l.ier plaster to.be i alnieUJil
under similar soundios namqs, with the assuranc-s thati it is tho 'same thicg or as jjood.
Bear in mind that the only object such Vendor can have is the ;acr. that they can buy im
itations at half the pries of the genuine, aud they, hope by this' Fubititut iou Io gain a
small additional profit. I .
SEABURY fc JOHNSON, rharm.ieeut ieal rhetn'sis. Xew Yorlr. ..-.jn 4-tv-
nch'y i i lust rated work", a complete aid
briiitanthistory of thegieattcur tf I
tJeh. Grant Around the
By H-n.J.T. lloiidby, ihe prince ol ties,
criptive autborF, I'tscribps lioyal Entpr.
tainments, itoyal Palace Hare Curio-ities-WeaitU
and Wonders or the luditg, Cliina
Japan.etp. t;.A million people .want it
'tfere is the bjestobancp of your life to make
monev. Beware of ''catch -pen ny:' jmlta-
bv unknown autcors. for
part leu ?
Hubbard Brother?. Publiherg.
dc-J 7 4t
a Week in your qyn town. f5 Out-
ttt. freo No risk- Header, u you
want a busiQCRS at which persons orv
either sx can make great pay ait tne nine
they work, write for particulars to II. Halle-it
s Co., Portland, Mluc.
Coal and Wood
rjHE MOST rOPULAR YRD ON 1 HE
Wharf Is jufi by J. A. S 'iUKOEB, nca- the
' 1 ; '
foot of Chcift vut street.
Low pricesrule the dav.
Large sales justify the ru'e,
All customers served honestly and
ft I? Tn w rW ' V
' So p a g ELc
K A -
Ucau make money faster at work for us
than at anything else Capital not re
quired ; r wrill start you. 512 per day
at home made by the Industrious. Men
women, boys and girls nted everywhere
towo'fc for us. Now is tue time. - Costiy
outfit and terms free Address Truk Co
Augusta, Maine. spl -11
PIANOS & ORGANS
FM! FAfJTOBY TO PURCHASER.
EVERY f.1Atl HIS 0VH AGENT
liwlden & BatM' Grand Introduction
gale continued until Nov. 1, 1880. Only sale of.
tie kind e?er successfully carried out iu America.
5.0O0 superb Instruments at factory rates for
Introduction and Advertisement. New
&an of selling: Ko Agwts ! ft Commissions 1 ! lastru
wufcimVBMi direct from Factory to Mxehaeers. ISidola
'ipromsanl. Agt&t'i rates to all. Osly house South
jellisf on tMs ilan. PIANOS, 7 oct.- $135, i oct.
fS'sqStferap $3,7. ORGANS, 9 6tops,
'$511 1 13 stops, $71; 13'stdcs, Mirror Top Case, $S6.
4r. Kanffsomi. dfirablV. years crnarantee. 15
fvn test trial. ' i'urcnaBera cuun-t iuu
oJfcra and aoo different stpie,' J.oia tbu
m . . a 1 A. f A ''a Y7WJ i t'fl tl-m
glMnv. , at -hoi-gftie rats Special
an instrument -cjJ churches,andPaatorg.
terms to Ifuite lwB gale circulars,
Address for Introdn.. , . ,
XT7,CI', business you can engage in. to
X JCiO JL to $20 per day made by any
worker otelther sex, right In their own lo
calities. Particulars And samples wort h 5
era. Improve your spare time at this busi
es?. Address Bthshjt; 4fc Co., Portlanp
Matte. : apl 19 ly
AGENTS WANTED For the Best and
Fastest Selling Pictorial Books and
Bibles. Prices reduced 88 Der cent. Nat ion .
I al Publishing Co., Atlanta, Ga.
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ClfV ar?, now in . mo in mm
I W W V If ' uuw t xi w I L'l J
r5,viA-A,I-rs.,Juiy w.iht;).' :
years, n ml three of them two years in toy
satisfaction and arc in constant nse. '
vrav.-vtt &1 ALLEY.
a fast hornp, drove him at full spteu, somti-
in tac lsuggy, aoa it is io-aay -worin an the -,
Fisher Buggies r. ill do.
Tir JTl. 1 HTTP TT.. ..
creyr ii -. rn in-jiii" in InnnlifiM viirri ilmn
GAflBiA&ES AUS THE BEST-
' - 4m
B Saks& county iu the V. S. to ll i,k
I'jtlupedis cf Tlituys Worth Knowing "lf &ubsori Iftiii.
Tosucli men, n :!h;nod references, ,e furnish llie cir.tllt fr-,
eiij give terras th?.t wiH itisnrc a woikrr over l()0 a puRtti.
AJUress tNTEUX ATiOS A L I'l B. CO., Uo 2113, lit. Lauis,
dec ?-l' ' ' -- ;
VS in one nst 8ui
fcmbittiog strict wr.!ijrtJittnrrd-rr'
sum huj every aiUanTaKu of ctu;itl, wiili-
, Kkilliulnianaeiiii'Ut. l.ar(rc." prolitcliiviai!iIl)rornracr.i
i;Ianatlons how nil call nucc-oeJ irwtocU lealinE8,ln.iilei ft'ta,
-L.lWiUUi.Cfi & CO., liriHuaU street, k.
I AJUiU.:K ()ii(JAN m
nut'Cj iOi; Octaves, 2 iuii n;ts i'owcrikiil
lite-'-, .siivps, Kiie-e shells, only'&Vy. Ad
dresK Tjf ji. Piano io , It! UUckcr st.,.Nevv
Vfrk. v dcc7 4 ;
$o .to iimsS
makt foi tunes every moiith. 1'ook ent
free explaining cvk ry thin -4. A.'d 1 ess., Uax
tertOo.f .Uanktrs. 1 Vail. SUf-et, JCew
York. v . -i' depTl'.
' investmcuraof $23 to $10,000. Circular, with tiillcs-
i n ;
hiekness, tjt.- Vims Uan. e, t onvulswi
all Kervous AllIict'ocF, t:iTjKl by .
ur. VcjiBt;rg'.s Celebrated 6eriu;in Cui;
lr.taillit'ie anu uhcxc
lied ruiKidi: WiMiai't
A Iri-iiir&ri, n. p.n l il 1 j-ii1 i)rni:u ent firrp.
statistics i-how an averji.ue o' cures out of:
every 10',( cases. A Free iit.ttle sen 1 10 any
sullercrsendl3S us their Kx)"'fsanJ JMI,
aidr-FS. U. V. L'ooke-& Co , ill Ve?t 3 t.,
New York. : !ep7Jt
rianos i.1.11 Organs, at Eilraordinary
Low Prices ior Cah. lnstallnients leeeiv
eu. -iieiiniu vigaijs aitw, Mi; ton, ?w, ?.), .
j8,j and $1(K). 7 Octave Rostwood Pian'os aL
130 and 1;j5. fW Jo S110, VM- V plaids.
iot used ti inontlii. HiustraUd CaialOKue
Mailed. Horace Waters, Maaufactura tt
' Dealer. 8Ctf Bread w.iyl; N..Y.. I. . l!oz, IS"-.',
dec 7 It, . v ' ". " . i
!. (,''v r nnil ;-! a. k
iy U)i).v, . set ueeiis, ziJvneu SWf
teeiis, 2 ! K bee Swells, !Stoo!,
liooK, only t!' Jioiulav jvewspaer
Free. Address DAM ' Eli F. . IiKA'J TY,
Vashinioii,'. J, ' '
jan 1 it . ' I ;" .
Vv'ewant an Aeni iu Ihis- County H
whom we wil.pay a salary of ?lQftpcr 'in dot 11
and expenses to sell bur wondcriul inve n
tion, f-amplii free. "Address at anco fSll KlI
M AN & CO., Mai nhaH, iliclHTan.
ja 1 1 It - ; ",
m i- '1 1 v ' 4
Jfif) '5etfirns in at! days on fliiO itivo's'tcd
?px-ivu tufifial IJeports and iofot nin.ti n
free. Like. -profits weekly on ticcfi; optons
Of-h iofu'J.AclfireiS T. 1 'UTT Kit H il Id -I IT
'st CO, Bankers, ; Wall -St, 'K Y, k
jaillit . ; . . . - . .
We Avili senl our Ell(;tko-Yji.taic Iklls
and other Kieetiic brilliances upon trial
for ..TO days io those suffering from Nervous
Debility, Kiipuaiaib m l aralj sisor auy dis
eases of thp layer or Kidneys, and many
other diseafres. AHuret'ure bus rani red or
no pay. Address, VOLTAJO CL;T C'O',
jan 1 It ! . ' j
15 FOUNDS SAINED 1H 3 WEEKS.
Messrs. Cii.vi;jXiCic & .,
10S2 Hco street, Pisjiadelphia, Ta. .
Gent emf.x: Mwe f-eod me lve ve toi-tJesof-Di
H. Jajiks C.uinisbis Indiea.f no
fch oi I'Hlg aud (Jiutment, lor a friend of
ine who is not .cs peered if awd-as
ylpur medicines cured ,Uo iir Consumption
some tiiree years fgOi I want hirn to fr
tlfern. J gained fifteen pounds while tafclry
tlc hrst three bcttles.
Itespeclfully, J. V, HULL.
Lawrenceburg, Anderson Co..Ky. janf-lw
Will be mauled r h a'.? r?!". a to cnstomvT: wluiJt'
- - - n-..k
crderinjr It. , It conUip hiUk fvfm r''c 600 engmvtnps
about SoO pee, and full di-scrifitjoti, lilcn ScUon for
planting liOO Taneue Ol pgefaoie inu i wtroeeni,
lamlujible to all. Send for it. ' Address, j
Jan i 15
aj&Sr Hdi? Corbesty
I Business in the Woria Expensivl oa
fltreo , may. 18-ly.
ON 30 D
ftiS35 1880 iaE-J&