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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, l.KH.
UIIIIIE IS llAPPIKKMHT
1 iwkeil mni.lnn, young and fair,
Whcwo !oy curls of goldon hmr
fell thickly round her tunny I'nos,
"Where In thut 1k)Oii imIIim! IIiiiiine' i"
Fhe ueroil me. nml f.jtvlv mKheiil,
"That pri.c to find I loner havo trioel
t'ntil I've thought 'twn rain to seek s"
And then a tour rolled dowj hor clii-ok.
I naked in mi, whose st, p wi slow,
Win ie locks wcro white us drifted, snow.
Whose trembling h ind mid withered I'orm
Hud hraely mot life' licuiinfr storm.
Ha turned on ma and idly simlttil,
Then sll in accents soft and mild,
"Threescore and ten my iioul Imvc tiUo 1,
Finoe 1 the self-same question asked."
"I sought for It In health's domain
Wh re festal mirth and beauty r an
I sought for it at lUcclitis' shrino, '
But lound 1 not tlint boon diinu;
And thcu I sought thr- (Jod hIiov .',
And aikeil him for His predion l.ivo,
And then, oh then, with nivturtioel eves
I learned it was henttd the skies."" '
Bhownkiiobo, Ky., September 0, 18 l.
Origin nrthn "MnrllinM..
A correspondent of tha London Ii.iili AViet
writes ; "1 read In the papers that an action at
law In pending lu France, involving the question
Cf whethor Houget de Lisle was the author of this
song. According to the account of M. do l.Wle
himself, he computed both the verses and the
mmlcj and if this sfatomcnt was a misrepresen
tation, lie must h.we been not only a literary im
postor, but one of a remarkably fraudulent kind,
because I believe it was principally, if nut solely.
owing U his being the supposed author of tlic
song Hint he received a pension of tiftnen liun
drcd trai.es, iiiimcli'it'jly after the revuitr.loti of
1M0, fiom Loins rinlliipe.
"At ihnt lime, in September, I snsv M. le Lisle
at his own lnuse, at Cl.oHy Ic-Uoy, a villa-rc n-u-J'aris.
lio was then seventy years of ui,o, a 1'rcsU
looking, ail..blo old gontieinuu. 1 Ktmwed him a
printed copy of tl.o eontr, ami he related to mo
niinniely flic circnmstaucca under winch it was
proiiuicel, pointing t.ut, however, in iny copy,
evernl words wnerem, as he taiel, tueie were
mistakes, thut i9,v;ui;itioi.s from luu owucompj
itun. "llie son?, he told me, was produced while ho
ws un service as a captain of engineers in the
French airuy, and he Composed it attitr.utlmrg, in
the nimih of April, 17'JJ, during tho nitflit fol
lowing the declaration of war by Austria and
Frussia. 'Lo Chant de l'Armee du Ithin' was the
title given to it by the uuthor, but a daily publi
catiuu, edited at tho time byM.de Lisle and
other youi g otllccrs ol the army of the Rhine,
eoiivejed the animating effusion throughout the
south of Franco. The M..rtcill.'iisc were just then,
inarching upon Fans ; they read it oa their way ;
and tiny ainvcil at the capital chanting these
tcms. llcnce the name given by tho l'arisiam,
'L'llmue des Murncilluise.' Tho forty batta'i ins
Of tationul volunteers, formed at Faris in fifteen
days, heat the Duke of Brunswick and the l'rus
aians in Chainpagtic on the 2Sth of Scpttmirtur,
17'J'2, and routed them again in a few days after
at Jcu.ani e. '1 hue volunteers wore commanded
by Otntral Dumouriez, linvim; under his orders
Oiternl d'Orle.ins. since King Louis Philippe;
and they marched uptoeucheuigementwitu the
enemy Miiping, 'Allons, eid'ans de l.i puttie,' e.
"The 'Marsriltaiso' was alwavs the sons of Hie
French army from 179'.! to 18 il, when the tirst
Bonaparte, having made himself Kmpuror, ani
doubt,,.,, ,. wtiei!! ;o timu' of ,.- a hymlli
Coustit otber sons to come forth which were
bet cr calculated to make Boldi)r admire empe
rors. Twice Rubseojuently, in 1SJ0 and 181H, the
ame chant has pcrfurmed Its revolutiontry
umee, auu reeeiveu UN tiuieius oy suppression,
K. fie Lislfl was the author of a whole volume of
Ijric poetry, which was published aloaj? with a
good de nl of music of his own, I think in is;j').
His account of the 'Marseilluise,' as ho told it
to me, was this : His brother ollicers, knowing
him to have some pretensions to the poetic
as well as the musical faculty, said, upon
tho occribiou before mcououcd, that he
most writu a song. Ic was, tuo, required to bo
f, riheoining without delay, and it was, as De
Lisiu said, the rouit of trno night's uicdiutinn,
the martial muse being aided only by the tiildle.
(ioing te bed with the injunction ot his com
rades, bo joined thcin at breakfast-time playing
his air and smiDg his soug. Some of tuu errurs
mentioned aie the e : 'Les muitm nos destiuees'
should be 'Les motmr-.' ic. 'Dam tcs enuoinis
expirans ran' should be 'tuc tesennoinis expirans
toitnt.' There is a seventh stuii.i ueineutly
addi d, beginning, 'A'ont cntrerons dmu la car
riere;' but this is not Du Lade's, and belongs, I
thii k, to another song.
"M. do Luniartinc (jive, if I remember rightly,
a some what different account of tlia 'Marseilaiso,'
but he dues nottpHSiiOD tuc autiiorsliii' Oidug that
ot De LiMo. I litUeve that Sir Walter Scott h.is
sjmeiiero a speculation that the air is burrrrcd.
and of a date rjitch older than the M irscilhoso j
vuluntc, r,. As 10 ukoUrt French song. Sir Walter
ic arcs a recoid lo which recent turus ot fortuno
lend 'a reuter moral interest' than he could havo
aiilieipa ed. lu 'I'aul's Lett.- to hii Kiast'olli,'
sneaking oi the field of Waterloo, he siys: 'A
loliiine ol greater moral interest was given me by
a lauy, wliost fa hor found it upon tho field of
but le. It is a manuscript collection of French
songs, bt uring the stains of clay aud bio id,
which probably indicato the fate of the prj
prfc tor. nu or two of these romances I thought
pruty, and have siiico had an opportunity of
Lsviiig them translated into Kngli-h by meet
ing at Fails with oua of our Scottish men
of rhyme. Hereupon Sir Walter produces
a trtiusla'ion entitled 'Romance of Illinois,' of
that same 'l'artnnt pour la tyrie,' which is row
the French nntional music of an Emperor. Nairn,
kon the Third!"
' (story of a er'-la rnlor.ist.
Josephus Camp, late editor of the Atlanta Cort
federacy and the Georgia Times, and the present
Clerk of the KouBcof Representatives of Georgia,
has arrived in Nashville, having been compolled
to leave the South in eome iuence of tho publica
tion of un article advocating the restoration of
the Union. Mr. Camp gives an Interesting state
ment of the rdlairs of tho South, which appears
iu tho Nashvillo Union of the fith. Ho says that
a nulversal despondency exists throughout tho
South at least three-fourths of the psople believ
ing that, as there is no hope for tho s icjess of
the Confederacy, tho sooner they rctnrn to tho
Union tho belter, as ouch day of hostili y in
creases tho diliicullles which surround the makiug
tut ii is impossible at presont for this senti
ment to become demonstrative. Jell'. Jf ivis, he
inys, is the great s: tj rant living; a id w'tercver
lis ;ower extei.ds there is neitlr r I'reedo'a of
(teech nor fieedotu of person; mid before a r'-
turu to ti e Vidon is possible, thu Kebel army
must be disposed, llei 'g.rds Hood's force no
lonuci loiuiidabic, iu a military point of iuw it
is small in numbers, mid is greatly demoralized ;
but it is yet sutlicienlly strong to iiitiiui -lata uu-
aru-ed icoplc, cti cci.a.y as tho male portiou of
these Utopia consists of only dicropid old men, or
onng tioy s every one c tpuule ol bearing arms
unviiig oten seur. to iue aiuty oy i:ie cous .riptiug
ollicers. break Ihe aiiny o. Leo, ho th iihs, and
that of Hood will disperse; anil th-ro aro no
others worthy to be called a military organisa
tion eaBt of the Mississippi river.
Air. Camp states that the Keucl leaders say that
if SlcOlellau is beaten they have no hope ; fj.it
there is net suiii tient vitality iu the Confederacy
to keep it alive. They, therefore, will look tu
eventual submission iu case of the re-election
of Mr. Lincoln,' and sinc e the fall of Atlanta
they regard ttiat us certaiu; and they ure, there
fore, very aux.ous about the terms on which they
would be uilowed (o resume their citizeusiiip.
lie adds that Governor Lrown is for a rocou
stun tion of toe l uion ; ho knows this, having
recently cciiveueu with biiu on tbut subject.
It was because tho Governor looked upou tho
cause of the Conleduruey as hopeless that ho had
recalled tho militia. Tuoy had bcuu sutiiuiiuei
to the field tor homo deleuse; but when Atlanta
was captured the key was unlocked, aud Georgia
as at the mercy ol Sherman ; und therefore tney
could avail nothing, and tho Governor believud
that they would bo more valuable us farmers
than a soldiers.
BlSUOV El.OOMIIEf.il ami his Cr.ititoY. Ho
eutotell a story of owe clergvitun. whom he
l proved for certain irregularities of c induot
Zrl! hM bei" brought to his notice by his
ZurT nd wb0 11,1,1 feplicd : " Your iord
ty ill.irkuT" L-'l'-t'olar, kuuws thut lying goes
ociuuiwCrirr.r"t,',l,.w,!r,i lbin' ,h0 ,J'll,'"l"
Inhabitant, of ' 1 Clin "sure vou that the
was the most teTin,?!.? liar' too" In"'''iio,
etna was n .i, 1,UMil.cl,"n against the clifrgy.
that he fell into tl,. g,,."u.' fr funeral
rway from a vUlutlou Qlun- if T"? 9u"veyel
by fie Bishop', own mvanu AhB,WefI klute
rebnled for drunkenness, n. 'V.'IJ1, he
lord, 1 never was drunk on duty." 'rvna'.'X
exclaimed the biskop ; when is a cieo.", . t
ononiy?" -True aid the other, " ?
C. W. AMOBHBOW.
There's always something new for us sweet
Siirprlfe of little rirenmstances thrown
Around tho tread-mill oneness nf our lives.
Tho dropping in of friend with his aibimings
Of pleasant smiles and wo'ds, aud the aifal
Of Hie complaining thunder as Iia sirivns
To spreml his mighty giii f around fhosiy
Oh, it i (hard to quit thorn all and di
"We are renewed wi'h freshness aud the pll
Of yesterday is cast liko a worn shawl ;
Wi wear to-day, like mni loti her new bonnet,
Or youngster p-i t his lirst primed soiiuot;
And yet lo. morrow wi'l b it o'er repett
The cloy'U scenes that to-day do seem so sweet.
cinF.ir.Tr,Mi'i.r. is hs t'iticnni,
The San Francisco llul'ntin has an interesting
account of a wonderful temple just complete 1 in
that city by the Chinese residents:
"It mny not bo known toallo ir rc:i le.rj that
there are in California tv influential aud wcilthy
(.noun companies, wineti are partly commercial
associations nnd parry lienevolent orders, and
wun wnicti an mo i iiinee who como intticr are
In Some sort cinncc'i'd. f he-o c imiunins em
known as the Same Yep, Wong Wo, Seo Yep
Mug Yeong, Hop Wo, and Yeu Wo. l'h.iy n!'
have their h( ad iiiarfei s in thlseit.v. I'.verv Mun.
gol an who comes to this c iast is H'hcr consi-n 'd
to the cure or indei"ured to the sorvice of ono of
these eompanit s. Thcv t.avu a ron,iil.u r u.r
of the nuiucs and wlieieabours , f their c iuu'.t r
men, aro bound to )o,,l( afic-tlieiu in hcilth and
sickness so long as tin ir connection with the com
pany is ir. sci veil, and if thcv tiic hero to return
their bodies to China.
" I lice Chinese rompnnlcs nlo mix the re
ligious i lenient w Ith their I usiness, not seeking
to proselyte us "oaf -ode barbarians,' hut t
(urnl.-h l miiles wherein thu uiomburs of their
own guilds may worship the wooden gods of tim
CelcMial Fnipire, and I .urn .lo-h sticks and In'v
paper. The S'e Yep Cotnpiny have Ion,' ha I A
temple. The Nmg Y'rnng Company have receutly
bunt a laruo e-fji:dislinieiii. which has lia.n
poiuilarlv n ported tube a iru'iln t,.,imle. ivlieeul,.
nil nmnner f idls ate woihl,pcd and mvstic
rites pet formed. FojiuUr rei.ort is partly rirht
and inrtiy wring.
"The main budding Is of brick, a'lout twenty
feet fr.ir t, fort) led deep, and th-cu stories high
The front is a rcecs-id ft:eli under a sipiare e )rl
nice, the window opeufng upon iron-railed bal
conies built within tho arch aud outer sipiare line
of ih( building. T;.l - .miiiee i . iip.iroacheu tiimurli
a sipmre one-sto'y brick, opening into nn iuuer
court. The first fi .or of Hie mulu buildin" is
divided into several small re 'eption and smoking,
rooms, at the cnir.mcd to which siands a pdice
ollieer, who adinus w.maver has one of tho invita
tion cards Issued t,y the company. In those rooms
visitors are sometimes handed a cup of tea, some
fried cakes, or u paper cigar, and Chinamen may
be seen reclaim.' on lounges and smoking pipes of
wood and metal, which emit u very villanous
"Hack of tho reception-room? is a sort of altar
covered with g it and re I hangings, the front
being open and showing what resembles a sue
cession of small steps or shelves, which are
covered w ith p iper and Inscribed with Chinese
characters. Th's is the register ot the dead.
Here are inscribed tho names of all the mnmbors
or wards of the ing Ycotig Company who have
died in California. In front of this ghostly record
lamps nro kept burning night and day.
'The furniture of ml the npartmen's on the
first lloor is of the plainest description. On tho
second lloor is the company's business room, or
exchange, where the pre-i lent or Sing Song,
whose numo Is Wing 0, and his had manager,
Ah Wee, sit and smoke and talk, receive visitors,
prcsiiie over meetings of the Company, nliu u!rCCf
its ordinary concerns, leliovlng the te lium of
these occupations with an occasional tune on
some of those thrilling two-stringed iutruiucuts
lor which Chlnadcm h so famous.
"But the wonder of the whole building is tho
temple in the third story. Tho first glance at it
reveals only a confused heap of gilt, crimson, aud
hluo cabinets, brass ornaments, crimson hang,
ings, and gaudy signs, while tho air is ladened
with warm und sickening odors. A moro careful
survey extracts something wonderful and sys
tru&i:c from this e . of haruiric tln-al
furniture. Tho walls and ceilings are nearly hid
with the huge crimson, blue, nnd gilt signs, each
bcarii'g four lurge letters supposed to bo a motto
of son. e sort and some nn inscription in smaller
characters on one end. These arc said to bo
presents frem other companies, and from friends
here aud in China. Across tho centre of tlto
room are placed thrco cabinets, each about ten
feet long by two feet wide and four feet high,
mude ol exceedintly dark and heavy wood, aud
the fronts cirvcd in high relief in the most gro
tesque and elaborate manner. Some, of the
carvings represent tho Interior of lmusoj, with
lignrtB ot nu n, bents, bird.:, and insects in
strange juxtaposition ; while others causist of
trees, vines, u,id scroll-work all gilded, tho
background beiug the original dark color of tho
"On the top of these inasBive cabinets nre lnrge
bra.iers filled with incense or containing live
coals, iu which sticks of san lal-wood are slowly
burning; fu-itastic wax tapers; clicks of nmk
three feet high and tour ii -.lies thick ; lofivves.
els of a metal like tin, whoso nso is not apparent;
small iuiagts; peaked ycllosv lla;s; pvramiJs, or
fan-sliupcd bunches of artificial llowcrs. ne..!c
tuila oiul in-eef, mixed with tin-el ornaments ;
iiia.oig lamps; curved and gilt sticks of sandal
wouu, f.c. iViong ttie sap's ot the rooai, at the
end of these cabinets of embroidered silk, round.
and square, nnd fringed drums; brass emblem,
ii.ilitnrv ai d civic ; nnd weapons of war. In the
rear cf ell this splendor stan.is the altar of Josh,
the wonleu cud of the almond-eved idolnt.ors.
This is n Kuunie aleovo ol' curved ami gilded woo 1,
in which sits tho nwtul ,los himsolf a big
p luni.i.ed Chiiimnan with a biiek-red face, long
strips ol red cloth flowing from each nido of his
head, time long tni s of black horsc-huir sprout
ing out of bis chin nnd thu corners of his mouth,
and his person bedi o ncd with blue, green, crim
Bon.nnd gbt ciirviii', stttdded with bits ol glim,
to r-present his small clothes, and high above
bis head a brns.s sua, ns if this coio-tial supersti
tion bed mixed with i' a hit of I'ar,ccisin.
"We were a-ked to believe while in this awful
prvtcnco thut J 'f h, when uUfc on e irtii, stood
filteen feet in his bare feet, wielded a battle-axe
that wcigntai a ton, and ono day killed thirty
thousand of his fats. In proof of tips story, wo
uie shown by Ah Wee, in a manner that admitted
ot no controversy, a wooden battle-axe, highly
carved and gildi d, which is an exact representa
tion of tho one that Jodi swung with such fatal
fury. Under Josh's august nose blazed several
oil lamps; and sin ks of burning sandal-wood
and punk, and bra.iers of incense powder, scut
np wreaths of smoke, tilling the room with an
odor that was rather pleasant ul'ter a while,
liefore this altar the bauds of the companies, clad
in long blue robes and black skull-cups, ap;ear
daily during the festival, bowing, kUdng the
floor, and chanting, while the Sou Yeu and
(ioid Kim are twanged and drums aro lent in
horrid dissonance. Hither aro brought offering
ol baked nnd raw meats whole sheep aud big.
A record of these is kept, but ith tho exception
of the lelt hind-'iumf rs of tho ba'.ed animals,
fhev are reken away agiln by those who bring
thou. This is un economical f urn of s,erili.;t,
and prol ably dins Jo.di a:i much good as though
bis votaiies did not save their hticon so carefully.
The religious ceremonies :ne so m over (and th.it
I , orient fcst'val thcv
) i nuo'licr wise economy I, tboiixlt duving the
me tie iucnth' riposted.
"It is n curious fact that tho Chinese do no
! resent or apparently object to the presence of
Amerieuns dining these lites, Fcruapi tin y nr.)
willing to give us every opportunity tt on con-
vi rtiwt mwl In - irf r,i unr nti nn i v mm!
, r,lity 'nd courtesy which wo will be
I.e iraliiK nul l.iut;'vlly.
An examination of the necrology of llro vn
Vnhcrsity for the academic year just closed sug
rests a few ihonght.s iu regud to the comp irative
longevity of titulary men. Of the eighteen aluiuui
repnrted as having tiled during the year, the uver
uge nge was above sxty-6. yen. A large propor
tion of thet were studious men, lawyers, minis
ti rs, and teachers. Ono only of the wholo number
died before ti c are of thirty, and he was the ouly
one originally il voted o biisiucss lite. Hat he
inherited a consumptive constitution. Ten were
law crs, whose av rac,,: term Of life win nbout
siuiity-six yuirs. Ti e list prc-i ins bat one doc
tor, anil he iiuu tl'iouj'h bis threescore ve irs aud
ten. Another, wbece life was iiiuinly devote I tj
teuthiiifc", j iism I 1.,'s s.ici.ly-i;eciitli year.
The iii.iiJk r of niiiiistirs was only four, and
tteii iiuuti length ol iilj was lesi than fifty years.
In tiii - put titular the facls ure ubiMi nial, and ui'
repiect ntative. This is t ot strango, in view of
the veiy siin.ll in uio, r ot this proios.sion. The
strHiige' tliiiia is rat'ittr that tho number of min
isters detcutcrt during the renr was so small,
lu fuet, one ol thet-e lour otiht t ) be reckonci
as u business n. an ; t .r he leu tho ministry, not
wiHirgly, but by lonstijiut of circumstaifcs,
after only tt ft years of ministerial life. Tho
conc'tisiuii from the hole v.awi, that profes.
sioni 1 nu n us a cIuas lis o lou er tiiau ni ;U in
general. ' 'tititn If u'ljiman.
E Crust of Si ori.Mi. The ulno of diamonds.
Numerous r, a-ons ara a signed for tills card
being the woe of tho ."North; one, because the
n ne of diamonds is the arms of a leading member
whovo'ed lor the introduction of the malt-tax
into Svlluud ; u second, because this ord is con
id, red foitutiste in the game of comotte, which
was introduced into Scotland by Mary of Lor
raine, and caused heavy losses, if not absolute
ruin, to many of the Scottish nobility, a third
is, because the card resembles the crosi of 8",
AiiUrew, the patron s.uut of ricotlanU "cros."
t"sut Into "cur."
DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPn.PniT,ATDELPmA,
MODE OF ELEOTINtt THE P9PE.
At the present period, when so much of public
attention, both at home and abroad, Is directed
to the probably speedy election of successor to
1'ope l'lus IX. the following remarks from the
pen of tho Faris correspondent of the London
Timt will lie read with interest:
In the eleventh century I'opc Nicholas con
ferrcd on the cardina's the right of directing tho
election or the rope; und, in accordance with
his statutes, ttio rarulnals, who had figured as a
body since the eighth century, were bound to
demand of tho Roman neon a and tho Unman
eh rgv the ratification t)f their choice. To legalir.o
inu ciicuuu ii was nun pen-aoin mat tho sumo
name should obtain two-thlid at least nf ti.
voles of tho conclave, together with tho sulI'ragoH
of I he people nod the clorrv of koine. Tiiki
mode ,.f proceeding, however, was found to lie
inconvenient. The dec tons guvu rise to dissen
sions, revolts, nnd senndas of tuo gravest kind:
fori Ign intrigue added to the confusion, ud the
consequence was that bolh tho clergy and tho
peop u m re exciuucii irom an participation in
JIV 1 I l.tlUII.
That revolution or reform took place In 1271
on lbeaci cssu.il of (ircitorv X. It .lid not b,,w.
ever, and could not, put an end to intrigue. In
the conclave were cardinals belonging to dioceses
in ail pints ol the Caibolio World, and each bad
Ids own candidate. The elcctiona wore often
prolonged beyond measure, so much so that
pressure was Sometimes employed so obtain a
oei siou. tttose complement and short, com
mons were tried, and if after three davs' deliba.
ration tho cardinals did net elect a popo, ono
plate of meat, or simply broad aud wine, wero
served to them until they niado their choice.
The lorms piescribcd by tho ancient stututos
wero subsequently modilied, and before going
iniu uin.uoB no) t.ti UUJU19 repeucea tins oath :
"1 tnke to witness our Lord Jesus Christ, who
. ...... i .. :o ........
run,, juv.e inr, mill. I will Uleel tUO pCTSOQ WU01U
1 ought to elect before Oral."
'1 here 'wcie, and, I believe, still ere. four ,i;r.
fen nf modis of election by inspiration, by com
promise, by scint.ny, inid by nei ess. Hy inspira-
....i., ni.u.rviu. me caroioaiN rail aloud, lifl
i on inu iuio. -e u me inomi nt, me name of the
person w hom they judge worthy of tho supremo
dignity. It Is, however, only al'o r long and
fniitle.'B dclibcrat on, and when there remains
noehunec ol ucreement by merelv hiiinau inn.ms
that recourse is Inid to supernatural aid; and it
iier uapprneu mill vno rest ol mo e O U1I1 ds, or a
majority of them, unwilling to bIiov decided
opposition, or to be tho Inst in giving their assent,
at once concur in the choice of inspiration.
The election by compromise is whun. after
rqnally long and equally fruitless deliberation,
they agree to lay aside their preferences nnd to
leave thu nomination ol tho pontitf to ono among
themselves. It is related that it was in this fashion
John XXII was choscu. lie irutull the, card i, nils
to pledge themselves to accept the candidate ho
should propose, and, to their gieat surpriso, he
proposed himself. Taught by this example, for
they bad never ouaiit to elect him the c .r,i,.,.io
decided that this powor should not again bo en-
irumiu 10 any niemi crot ttio College, except on
conditions which would render tho recurrence of
6iich an event Impossible.
When the election of a pontiff is by scrutiny or
ballot, each cardinal writi s his own namo with
that of the candidate ho proposes on a ticket.
These tickets or bulletins arc deposited with
much solemnity In the consecrated chalice which
stnnds on the altar of fhe chapel where they sit;
and each ono approaching and leaving tho ult ir
kneels and r peats a prayer. After a pause the
tickets are taken from Iho sacred cup by ollicers
named ad hoe from their own body; the tickets
nro compared with tho nuinbor of cardinal
present, and when it is found that anyone of
tlitm tiiifl lo thirds of the votes in his favor ha
is deciured elected. If uy ono can show tho re
quisite number of votes, another proceeding !
gone through. This proceeding is the olection bv
access so called because any cardinal has the
right to accede lo the vote ol another by altering
his ticket according to n prescribed form. The
moment tho election is declared, tho tickets nro
burned. The present pope was tlected by unani
mity. luo 1 unctions nf the cardinn Is arc. then, hirfhlv
important and tho past shows how necessary it
is tnat ttie J'ope should be elected witti a view to
peaco nnd conciliation. Kvc.rv Catholic country
Is interested in it, and tho cardinals arc naturally
supposeu to bo minufui of tho interests ot thoir
respective countries. France, Austria, and Spain
eimnieu, auu i neiicvo stiti claim, the pnviicgoot
demanding the exclusion of one curdinalcueh from
tho pontifical throne, but only when the majority
of votes is not yet obtained liy imy ono cardinal ;
und these powers are supposed to havo friends or
representatives in the couelave to maintain that
right in their mime.
Tho ciniinals are, as every one knows, princes
of tho Church. In tho early ages tho cardinals
were the principal priests of tho churches in
Home, or deacons of districts. In the eleventh
century th y number, d but twenty-eight; iu
model u times iliey aro as many us seventy.
When assembled they form tho Sacred College,
compose the Council of the I'opc, preside at spe
cinl and general congregations, and govern tho
Church so long us the pontifical throne is vacant.
They got the red hat under Inn. Ill, during the
Council nf Lyons, lu YHr, and the purple from
Boniface VIII, in l'-lt'l. There are cardinal
dencons and cardinal priests. Cardinal lticbc
iieu was u priest and Mazarin a deacon. Tho
great C, lliolie powers propose a certain number
of prelates to be mimed by tho Fope, and these
are known as cardinals of tho crown.
In the present condition of tho F.ip tl Sta os it
is suppo.-cd that tho choice of tho Sacred Codcyo
is already made, and that tho future pontilf will
lie i roeiaimco instantly on tuu death ol fins a 1,
without any meeting in conclave or the nsual
forms of election. T his would bo contrary to all
previous usage ; hut wo o Homo at once invaded
by the troops of Victor Kuitnanucl, with or wi'h
out the permission of France, or were au insur
rection to occur, the cardinals would not ho
bound to nss.mble In the Vatican; fur wlicrcvof
they BBseinl.lo there is the conclave. It is not at
all iinpiobiibhi that tho Km peror of the French
has already fixed on bis candidate, but who tho
person is the Court of Homo lias never been able
IDE OnillLSE REBELLION,
I'Chci f r.llon or ilio t hy or Nitiikln.
On the Fith of July last tho troops of the Em
peror of China succeeded, utter several days' hard
fighting, in capturiug the city of Nankin. Tien
wung, the rebel Kinpemr, killed himself a fow
days previously by eating gold-leaf, determined
by suicide to avoid personal capture. Tho body
wns found by flic conquering troops ly ing in tho
position in which the rebel had died. The other
leading icbel chiefs were taken, aud one of them,
Chiing-wang, has determined to write his life if
nllow ed to live long enough for the purpose. The
London Timts' correspondent gives this account
of the city of Nankin us it now is :
"Nanl.in wi.l now he opened to foreign trade.
It was not i.ained in our treaty, hut the sixth
article of the l'l incli treaty stipulated that French
( ubji ets should be allow ed lo es'ablish themselves
theio diteelly it was rceiiVi'ed from tho rebels;
nnd under the ii,( st favored nation clause in tlio
trei.tieo w i ll i'.nglnnd and A'nei ic v, subjects ol
tho-e com. lies will enjoy tin soil" privilege. To i
privilege,! owevev, vili (.enainly torn long lime be
a b .men oee, a ) i vt n in the i ml is not likely to
be iv oith much. Thu city i-, a luupof ruins, with
flic exception ol tho small corner occupied by
tl e ltela 1-; even the paliuv; of tho Tion-waug has
ben bu'lit, aud years will elapse before it can
opi reach r.early f . its fonnirsn.o. The country
ii Ci'.iaicly suirounding it is desert, and what
tn de there is in p'oiiutewnh the neighboring
dis'tict.s flows to Chinlvcang, the situation of
which, nt tho junilioaof the G, and canal with
the Yiirgl.e, i nes it great aiivantage over its
fcimci.y iuqoiMint nei0li:,or. Soociiow Is tho
tent i e of tho liel.cst province in China, and was
ll.iu lore eeni.iii to iccovtr more or less quickly
(Vein the sta c of ,!e-olafion In which the rebels
hud left it. lull Nankin possesses ne such advau
fnges, end although n umbers of its former Inhabit,
lints will no doubt gradually Hock buck, aud
homes will itgain arise from tli, ir ruins, it is very
unlikely ever to main lis former sl.e, iiiiport
anee, or consiili ration. Kvcn before the u.ivont
of the liliciH, its lTistige its the ancient
(apital of Ciena liione. give it the jm
ol its fur wcuUliier uelghbo: Soocho; and now
it sccuui likely tiwit the latter w ill permanently
eclipse it. The prose ul circumference ol its walls
is ouly tighteeu mil, s, iusteud ol the thirty-live
miles which it measured when Nankin was the
capital of China ; and ut the time of lis capture
by the Tiitpiuga oi ly two-third even of the lesser
r.reuwas estimated to be oicuphd by houses.
Still, however, amid all Its decadence, it is a vast
city, aud of sufficient importance 1 1 fully justify
tho (rreat weight uttRched by tho Imperialists to
A RATiarACTOitv Total. A Kc-ilch minuter,
after a hard day's labor, and hile at a "denner
lea," us he called it, kept incessantly pr.ii.dug tho
"Imam," and statin' that "Mrs. Diiulop ut h imo
was as fond o' hautu like that as ho was," when
the mistress kiuuly ollered lo send her the pre
sent of a ham. "It's unco klu' o' yc, unco klu",
but I'll no pit ve to the trouble ; I'll just tak' it
hame on tho horse afoie me." When, on leaving,
h mounted, and the ham was pot into a sack,
soino Uitilculty was experienced in gutting it
to lie properly. His inventive geuiuj souu cut
the Gordiuu-knot. "I think, u.istrcs-, a cheise in
the ithcr en' wad mak' a yrun' Manet," The
bint was Immediately acted on, and, like another
John Gilpin, be moved away with his "lulaaoe
noivu ion oi k niBr,
The little sparrows have their nest,
God gives the pretty creatures rest;
Ha watches o'er the smallest thing
That nightly folds Its weary wing.
Sleep I baby, sleep!
The noddln lilies by the stream
AVith folded petals sweetly dream,
The sleeping daisies in the graM
Are wrinkling as tho night wind pass.
Slo p I baby, sleep 1
Now drop the fringed and duinty lid
f I'er "sweetest eyes" that c', r wero bid,
And Ic v your darling baby wiles
For angels' whispers, dreamy smiles.
Sleep I baby, sleep !
The hangman's consolation, 'Whllo there's
life tin re's rope.
Near sighted soldiers aro bravest, for they
enn l tec me enemy.
A blind man, liko a newspaper, requires a
'Why .re pretty girls like oatmeal cukes ?
ticcau e they give the heartburn.
They who think there Is no vacuum In naturo
forget a coquette ft heart and n bcuu s skull.
Ladles shr.ultl never put pins In their mouths.
lueir lips should ho roses without thorns.
If the cat bail v ingr., no bird would be left in
the air. If every man had what ho is wishing,
who wouiu nave auyiuing r
I'aek your cares in as small a space at vou
can, so that you can carry them yourself, and not
let luem annoy oiners.
It Is a popular delusion to believe that
powder on n lady's face has fhe siune cll'cct as
mat in a musket namely, to go olf.
To be well gloved nnd well booted is said to
bo the mark of a gentleman ; but with gloves at
three dollars and boots at eighteen, none but tho
well salaried can afloid even to "keep up appear-
A Imlysaid to her husband that sho had read
the "Art ol Love" just to mako herself agreeable
to hlm."I had ratiar have your lovo without the
art," he replied.
Some mischievous wn? ono nleht roi!!,..i
down a turner s sign, and put it over a lawyer's
uoor; in uie morning it rem, "All sorts ol turn
ing and twisting done here."
We walked to church on Sunday mornin
Dcninii "tne gin witn a nolo in the heel of her
stocking." She probably knew of it on Satur
day, but remembered tho Sabbath und kept it
Tho following toast was rcccrit.lv proposed at
n fireman's dinner : "Thu ladies' Their eyefl
kindle the onlv flames which wo cannot evfin-
guisb, nnd against which there is no insurance."!
Douglas Jerrold once ssnl to nn ardent vonnir
gentleman, who was anxious to see himself iu
print, "He advised by ino. voting man. d m't t il(,
down the shutters before there is something in
A young ladv. visitlnir in n. m-nfenl Cu.mIIw
asked the footman for a potato at dinner. John
made no response. The request was repeated;
when John, putting his mouth to her car, said,
very audibly. "There's itist twa in tl,n dish ,i
they must bo kcepit for the strangers."
Iwo lawyers in Lowell, relurninif from eonrt
tho other day, ono said to tho other, 'T'vo a
notion to join itev. Mr. 's church: hem, ,t...
bating the matter for some time. What ,lo ,,
think of it?" "Wouldn't do it," said tho othet.
"Well, why ?" "Ilecauso it could do yon no
possible good, while it would be a great injury to
Wo would exhort all naronts. if vnn rerxirtl
tho welfare und happiness ol your children in
this world merely, teach them benevolence, and
train them in habits of benevolence. If you
desire thut they may bo kind to vou when
you nre old, strive t cnhirgo their hearts.
If they nre, taught to love their neighbor a them
selves, they ncvir can bo unkind to their own
Our Simon, who is not nt all lnekward in
coming forward, perpetrated another good tiling
n day or two since. As he and a friend wero
standing on the corner, a line-looking horso
pasted leisurely by. "That horso is a happy
creature," said his friend, "lor he's got no notes
to pay to-morrow." "Not so liaopy ns yon sup
pose, ' replied Sitnon,"for he's' got his checks
und dra'.U to meet."
An "Idea Modeller" writes : I win teaching
school in a quiet country village. Tho second
morning of tho season 1 lound leisure to note my
surroundings, and among the scanty furniture I
seized n tUrcc-lo:;;od stool. "Is that th'i dunce's
block r" I said to a little girl of live. Tho eves
sparkled, and tho curls nodded assent, and the
lips rippled out, "I guess so tho teachers always
sit on thut."
Sir Thomas Waldo, on leaving tho house of a
noble Duke, whore ho hud dined, contributed to
the insolence and eovef.ousness of a train of sor
vantswho lined tho hall. Upon placing a crown i'l
the hand of tho cook, the man returned it nyi"g,
"I don't take silver." "Don't you ?" said tho
Baronet, "then I don't give gold," and returned
the five shillings to his mnse.
Some vitiligo traders envtint, a tuvl.ller !,.!
tliey thought, was doing trade with their cus
tom eis, questioned him whether "ho h id n license
to sell." "A license to sell? no, ceitaitily not,"
i,iiotli John; whereupon they dragged him, nohm
. v, before his worship the justice. Ol being
legulurly int. rrogatcd wh"tlicr he w is duly
lleensid, John sang Mtt lustily, "In cnor.ai I has;
here yen arc," exhibiting her Mejesty's license ;
win reupon Ids peiHccutorn accused him of having
lied and fraudulently misled them. "Lo.ih!"
cried the peddler; "you asked me if I hid a
lieinsr to tell, nnd. I T. l.l you the truth when I
told you I had not. 1 do not ,viiU to tell it; I
want it for my own use !"
SoHivritiKO J.iKV. ".Sortu, Scir.Nci:," The
public schools ol llufl'alo oiler prizes to thu youiiti
lady pupils for tho best loaves of bread.
IiusiiiiAN'sjPo.smcitii'T. "If you don't roccivo
this litter, let me kuow, and I will seo the post
master." Too Manv Cook.h. Elwes, tho noted miser,
uted to say, "If y on keep one servant, your work
is dene; if you keeptwo, it is half done; nnd if
you keep threo, you may do it ioursrf."
A Constiti tionai, Fi'st 1) will Ftirccll, the
ruinous punster, was desired to make a pirn ex
tempore. "Upon what subject f" said David
"The king." answered the other. "Oh! lr,"
said lie, "the kiuy is no mlyWt."
Hoes Fortune smile, how grateful it miiBt prove
To triad life's pleasing round with onu wo lovo I
Or de.es she frown ? Tho fair, with softening art,
Will soothe our woes, or bear a willing part.
Crnn rim a Fr.i.oN. As soon aj the part
begins to swell, get the tincture of lobnliu, and
wtnp the part utlccled wi:h clot h, saturate it thor
oughly wilh tincture, and the lclou is dead. An
old physician has known this to euro scores of
cases, and it never fails if applied in season.
A Docrou's KiiAsox. .V practitioner b3lig
asked by his patients whv be put up so m my iu
giedients into hi prescriptions, is said to have
nn.-wcrcd, more facetiously than philosophi
cally ''In order H at tho diuso may tuko
iiicu 11. lines ne' .l.
j Sr.t.i-Lovi.'riu: Morivu of onu Hits r Actions.
j tt is uilowed that the cau of most uetions,
. good or bad, may bo resolved into the lovo of
uurscivis; out u.e seu-iovo ot others is wholly
employed m p leasing theiiijelvcs. This mki
the great distinction between virtue and vice.
Hcligicn is tho best motive of nil n''tions, yet
relied hi is allowed to be tho bl&hc-t instance of
j II i it an Duri.uns. When a man Is patient,
und humble, and contented with little, ho Is
uliiiost invar.',, Iny tho butt end the drudge of
' otl.eis. F.very one is acquainted n ith some big.
l.eatlid, ting., inly, meek, easy-tempered huniiii
ilonkiy, who runs errands, lends money, nnius.'s
' child!-, n, banes pictures, sees old maids home,
tieejis on the shako-down, goes outside tho oiniii
i bus in the lain to oblige a lady, and generally
ih cs everything he is ii-hed to do by hi i shavper
i nnd more fiilish neighbors. '.' ,. 411 tit?
' I'' -iV.'lrf.
j Tin; ilAitoN Axil tiii. H.vN-KF.u. A small Gor
lutui 1 111(111 had occasion tocec il.trou Kothseluld,
of i'littil-iort. Tlie great liuaiicier was wrilio.;
lor Very life when Laroii X.wits iiuiioiiiie. d.
He i.id 1. nt even lilt his tyt s, but said, "Take a
ciii.ir, til." Tim bi.r,,ti, witu Hue ticrman touch'.
UeP about tides, said, "sir, indeed! I think M.
. lit Huron did rot Lear my name. I 11111 a burin
I ill-0 the liuiou X." "AU! a thousand pardons I" 1
. said tuc Ijuhi.it, sun writing; "you are a baron;
j li.l.e two chiiiis, then, if you will be so kind, und
wi.it till 1 have tiuished this letter." I'urii
' Tut Fnot'itssF.w "i'i nny Man" of SocircTV.
I His presence at a dinner party is expected with
I enger delight, the buzz of the t. ble is hushed
when he opens l is mouth, his most c immon
. place remains produce 11 laugh on account of the
. broad assumption that nothing which he utters
can bo wholly devoid of humor, and while his
power of umu'scnieut lasts be is the idol of his
I company. Ability to sing u comic 6oug and to
play upon the banjo will heighten this idolatry
. Into fanaticism. Hut iu the huursof what Horace
calls the solid day, wl.eu the pot-prandial roars
ol the preceding eveuiug have died away, and
utc safely buried beneath the stratum of serious
husiiicss which is brought by every morning, the
I -lunnv mull will Olteu 00 moruueu 10 perceive
that he is perhaps the only person in his own
wide circle of acquaintance t ho is never con
. suited when any matter of real luiiortaJC is
I under iouKiortioB. Katurdtiy llvt imc.
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th(j.-H IN WAT OF MONtr
All hiiBlnesa cocfldcutlal. aeilO Sia
QXCOItdiJ MTITlilH, ail.,
10-10 Ko. lua K. BBOONO Street, PtHladolphla.
"I)KIDSin'U(J MACHINE WOIlKfT!
Xi.litn: KUoKT kTBEET,
aoi n" P'ftnil to flU trdctf ta au fmte-lt for oar weH
'ii'HIKKKY TMl OOTTOsT Al WOOLKM MILLS,
a!'dw"Lu,n tvxm veiaii lucaidli. eipiualng,
V InritB, eU alUurbM a Baaaaaeiiren Mr earoaa
-JJ UOllOAHU Jk IX).,
H A POTnEO ABIES,
TXaleri hi tint)
TiRAM)irfl, WITF.fl,c.,,iaonlfor Medicinal pnr.
No. 1228 CHESNUT STREET.
T1KAI). ANDSAVF. YOUIl IIMALTII, TIM R,
I AMI MONFY.-llR. BAHHETT 11 now rurlni"
ra'CB of private tlheaie-, h'-re 'lunrkt have iiticrly
tH,k,l,au,l In iiiany CM, a ncieily ru.nrd tiifir puth-ntB
(oiuluutlorB witti t'.eir niclieln.'B. Ir ti.'a r,''iio,lle are
furelv ' t.ihle. and have no tool eltcetBon the ayBtem.
ir. HASSE11 ,'iiarantn'B aeure In allcaBiB. lie enn l.e
romuiteil ,t all ho,irot thecavaod evenlne'. nt Iub
(.nice, nt tne Ir,'T Hlere, N. W. corner of Kl K I'll nnj
CAKPKNlKll Hir.etB. 10-tll-tlt
WFALTII, HEALTH, AND
If to sain kilmtrtna evea :
ft'. eatiBe InvltliouB BltliB;
II to le a l.looiolnB' Sower,
I adlng, dying In an botir BSATtTT I
I' to have a boel nf fr.andB ;
If for vice to mate amende;
II with hlua-W ra I'loo.l to ed :
li s Diarbie atne when dead vVsalth I
ff to live threeflecTe and ten,
WtBhtne- lire ae long aKafa ;
If ly. live a lite uf pc
If to die and no to yrt-ate na4i,Tnl
If ton wleh a tlfeofpleaenreei
If ;u value IiiIb Wii id b treBiirai;
If every comtoit you montrl Bee,
Take iu; advice, and trtth mil (ArM.
Then, having Health, Wealth, and Keenly,
Vou U be prepared for every duty.
Ily a rerrnil pernBal of Dr. WILLIAM YOllWO H Sew
Bm K, Hit. HAIUilAOK II'IIE hleh Bliould be read
by every r.r.e. Sold by r.onfteellere Itene-ally. and at tde
lioetor 01ce, o. le BI'hUCB CTKtl.Ti price 24
cents. ,u W
t'Altl) TO Tllli I.AJDIKS.
lift. l.T TONCO H flOUlKS FILLS FOB FEMALES,
llil,illllile In eorre.tlni;, rei, latino, and removing all
thbtruetloue IVoni wh.ttt vcr c.ui'cb, nnd always
BuectaBiul aa a preve-nll, c,
The'cflUe are nothlnr new. and have been oie.l by the
Iu i lor lor many ye:ir, both In 1 raiieo ami Aim .ma, will,
III. parallel, ,1 Biiee, hb III every race ; aiol he Is urtfud t,y
!n, ij tlion. anil lu-llee who hue iiBi d them, to AiK'-'io
l'lili inii.lt. for the alleviation or thoao Biiir.Ting from
nnv lrre:.',ilarlties whntieer, af, well hb to prevent an lit
eteiote ot taiully where tiealtn will nt penult It. Females
peculiarly Bitiiuted, ortlioe inpiiolnif ttietnclves bo, uru
cioitio, u I oi'iiliit uilue IftPBe piiln w hile In that eondillnn,
as the propilcinr assumes no r, Bponnbllity afbT the utMive
aitnionloor,, although iheir mihlne-s would prevent any
li.iK l.lefln l,e.,lih,otiiiTwle the I'm, ar rreomuu'iided
1 till and explicit d'teetloi s :iecompi,nlnrf eii'-l, Inx.
1'rlee l,ot bix bo.icB I Or . bold wholesale aud retail
by it e f, M, win. liiuii:l.ts :
Elliott. Whif A Co., No. ,',H S. Fourth street.
WHfht A Slddall, No. lltl Msrket street
A Marshall, cirner or 'I hlrleenll, and Market Btjeete.
Zeivlcr A Nmllli, comer ol'Seeon 1 and llrceu sueele,
Hyott A Co , No. N. Neeund tr.ct,
Jolm.on. II, llowny tr Cowden, ad
H. C. llelaeour. Cainden.
At letull by all druggists.
Ladle", by sending
To cither aecnt, can have the
I'll.l.H HE.NT CONFIDF.N'f f VT.LY,
Ity mall, to any part of tuo city or country, free of
R. T. HHWK,
0-22 Jm Uo.215 W.TIIinTY-BIX'rH Btrect.N.T.
SKCIiET D1KHASES! PUCRET DISliASIiS!
Tiik Mobt Cfr-iain c, ieK F.ven Chcd.
1 1, a posttiee cm for
(KlKOHKHIKA, tiLKET. STftfCTPIIRS, J;e,
Centalne no mineral, no Unlearn, no Mercury,
tl ten pills to he taken to ellect a euro.
Cures In from two to h.ur day,, and recent cues In
"twenty-lour hours. " l'repared by a graduate of the Uni
versity of fennByivanbi.nneor the most eminent Doctors
and Chemists ot uie present day.
NO I.M'O.-l'lIK, NO 'I Hot ill K, KO fit A KO K WIMTIlVKII.
Let thoso who hnvo duspatred orgetting cured, or who
havo been purged nlili lialtuiB Copalvu, or Atcrcury, at
oucc try Uio
ftf nt by mall In a plain envelope,
l'llec, maic packages, t. Females, 3.
JlLOOH 1 1
BCnOFVI.A, VLCEttH, SORKS, FPOTS, TETTEUg,
BYl'UILIS Oft VF.NEKEAL HiSEAMfH, ic, Ac.
HOOT AN11 HEKII JC1CF.8
Ts offered the tuihllc as a posltlvo core,
PTPMII.I1 OK VENEREAL Ill-KASEH-tho BAMA
BtTAN 8 KOOT AND HI'.IIB Jl'lltF,, Is llie m .st potent,
certain. A, id elleclual remedy ever present.fd; ft reaches
and eruiltcnteB every particle ef the venereal poison, so
thai the cure is thorough nnd permanent. Take then of
tins p, inlying remedy and b.' boal, d, and do n it transmit
to jour posterity that or which yoa may reoe.nl lu oj'ter
110 KOT IlF.RPAIItl
Allhoucl, yon may be prouoan, eu Incurable, the RAMA
HI I AN s IIUOT and HEIlll JUICEsi will remi.vo cv.rv
ve.ni ei f iinpiiriiles fioiu the sjaleui, us well as nil tne
bud etlec.sol mercury,
In ninny aflectloiis with wbieh nunihers ol' Females
enller, lie KliliTAMl EEUIl JI'ICEH are mint happily
ti'uplnl. lu I lerrimd I term,, In l.eucorrhiea. In hoi.rlng
(town, lulling ol the Womb, Debility, and tor all complaints
Jnel'lelit lo the BCX,
Bent by upicaa. Trlee 1 a bottle, or C bottles for I'i.
if, In cases of Svpli.llfl, used In connection with the Knot
and Herb JulecH. Feill directions. I'rtcc 2f cents.
'I l.e enicile y of these reieedieB is alike acknowledged by
phyi-lclttiis und patier.tii. They nro ns,d In lho i'ulled
Males llospiii,lB, tlilli rcitorllW health to lna.tv ol 'til, r
liiive soltllt r.
irom ll.c llnltbiioi-eoRtln:"
WllAT THE Nl tdlEONR RAY OF TnK
HAMAltlTA.sf H UIJMKimS:-
"t'OST IIOHI'I I'Al., FollT MAIl.SfT.r.,
"Halliniore, JM., February 20. Itail, j
MI have i-rent satistaction In stating that I have usel
The humaritnn Keuiu.'ieH' f.r Venereal liistaso in Its
lrostcus ciliary forluH ; Ihut I huvc useel them with judg
ment, o u retloii, ued properiV, anl ttuve found iheui
leipond to iny s itlc pinions promptly and cflectually.
Knowing ihelr co,opol,;on. I hae the fullest eonlldeiiee
in their etbcaey, and as lur as my kse of Uieiu eilouds, 1
rccou,mcLd ll.em strongly.
"AI.FItF.II c. nowEns,
"ABBlstant Hurgeon fth Now York Vols."
1 ct If he nndei stood that these remedies are as recom
mended, and ill positively cure the diseases fur which
thcv aie ollered.
No. 2S R KUIII I'll Slreet.
liKSAIOMIl A C.,
1012 V, l.t'ui No. UIO KAl'E Sireet.
TV II V.
X CAN J
lll't liel.ll.li nti
Na.VJSIl FAILS TO C't'P.n!
HUEil MOT N aCMKATF 1
IR HI'EEKY IB) ACTION I
KO CIIANI1R OF 111 ET HEgl'IHI HI
liCES NO I' I NT E It Kb UK WITH III'. SI NESS I'l' l( SUIT'S 1
CAN HE UHEII W11U0UT Dl'.TBOTlOii 1
Pltcc $'J, Maleoi- Eeniule.
feint by mud to uto udeirehs.
C. l'KK'F. HOSR,
llox '.'.Hi Pint Olflce.
fole Agents, dvoi T A eu.,
10-1 luthiiiiii No. Hi V. M:uuNI) "tlroot.
C A M A K 1 T A N ' R
SiUiei'lO U d f'Mi.iB
BAMAI1I ,'AN 8 CIlhE.
MAMAUITAN 8 CI lift.
kAMAIlirAN 8 CHHE.
HAM Alll T.eN'H CCIIE.
HAllAflll AN'rt I'I'Klt.
The only sure ami Bine reincly for ll m'Trh.e.l, nteet,
Htrietuie. AO. Cures In all caeca In from two to six
1'ricc f '.'-Mitlo or Fe male sent bv niBtl.
DVOIT A CO., Sole Agents.
MAK1TAS S Ct'HK.
ham a hit a n h i i iu-..
Halil'AKII'AN X CI'Ki:.
hasiakitan h remi.
hamakM ' n h cinit.
HAMA.tl 1 A . K CI III'..
K A M A 111 1'A N M 1 UH10.
OAMAlll'l AN is CI I K.
ti.e f.iti-Ar si'Eciii,; run mkchkt diseases,
St iioual ve eal iico, llonorrliua, ,:iec, .be,
F.i h box c nial'i . 2J I'ilU.ai.d wiu cuic lu lio n two to
II n ulso certain to restore tone and power to those wtio
Die el. lnliliitt.l Ly execs or any other cause, and will
rcti ie all t.. full vlg.r "tyoiiih, wiu n tie rills aroused
willwr.it ti.e ir.jeH'tloit. In these cum, one 1111 three times
O. I KICK HOgn. Proprlef-.r.
Ilox '.'l..,il Post ejitle'e.
Bole Agents, 1 , V si I T A Cel.,
No. 2119 N, ISiLCONU Mtrcct.
He sure and aBh foe
H A M AH I I AN N f'CltB.
CAMAItl I AN H CI II si,
KAMAk'M'AN S Cl'lll?.
MAM Aid I AN M Cl'ltE.
KAMAHI I AN 8 Ct UK.
HistAKITAN M CI If E.
HAMAltl I 'AS H CUKE.
SAMAlll'l AN S Cl'llK.
KM . 1IITAN 8 CEIIE.
hy r. cp m: rii miii, mil i i' he ittcoitt)
hi fll I- M. ill, OKU. hVI'.l'P Ilk; Itl.Mln,
h in i' in. ificimu. EVittip hi; lei 'ui:,
bYlli'l' I.E l:l(!,i:ll,. M ill P HE UK. MM,
h I I P HE l.HKlitll. rev 1;'. ,,K t- t , V
bYllLi' HE 111' mill. 811(1 I' Hi; lilnjlllL
8VIU I' HE WOoltii.
KVItl P HI. KlttOlli).
Hi i;ri' he laituitii.
RYlll P HE Itllti;!!).
KWtt r hi,: Kiccim.
M lit P DF. 1110 oiill. HYKt.'P
M itt V HE KILULtll. HYItllP
HI HI P DK kltflltl). SHUT
BYKt P fiK HICOltl). Hi llt'P fsftj Kle'uKII.
A certa.n cure for aH forms of Venereal Hlsuarea. L'sod
In the Eutoi can UospliaJs, .ua the aiuil-s turouguout
.tiiiipe and America.
Tiiinir,pBrctiiii ha n e.tual aa an crvltrntor of tMs
fi.imot disease, and urengthen, t'r couttlmtloii wnernily.
It will cure all loro, Hpo's. I implea, TollefB, or a.iy
eiepuons, no innticr iium whut ouiise orlion long suud-
fries, l per bottle.
Beat to any address.
C. PItICa KOSR. Propiletor.
1, VII IT CO.
I'Y.il r Ai CO.
DYor r co.
).H', rJECUN'O bireet.
TUl. J. B. HOSE'S GOLDEN PILLS.
J. rp to this leriid females have bees humbnggod b
UiBsrt.B, Ai'domlual Supporters, Ac. fcr lha cure of
a.liug of the. Womb snd general etebllity, which meaaa
esnot l) prove pallMttive, If not liiiurious. Hoot of ur.
u. scs .atients have teen nslig such abeurdiuea. Thvy
relym bis Oeidn Mils, and thereby obtain 'a peress
cum by the use ef only a few boxes. For theseoom
Plaint, oua boa Is worth a hundred Abtomlaalauppertera.
l'i.'iHSMn'Ll""box ulAsmts,laiT t'o....
R. W. R. MF.TlWlTf ft CO.'S COLUJdHrOIl
TfIS CHX BOXES MXniClUKA.
"'OMl,oriBr)KI FHOM RttOTB, BARKS, AVD tAKYM
ih grf.sit IndUn lihirftH
cnrfi all (MnfftM of tfi
tirtit&ry ftrKani, itch i In
contmnc f Wis I'rln,
InrUma'txin nf ihr WlAdflfT,
lfifimmfiis.tktii of tha KU1
ns'.tt. Hi.n In Die BisVlrinr,
(fot.nrrhn 4, rin li tnpd
l y rerf.ront ris!sx) in tliO
c ol ( taor Altmn (r
VMlf'l In ffTntlcn) hrr
MM MM nf MM
MM JHSf IM MM
WH 1f MM MM
JAM MM 1H VM
MM M MM M MM
MM MMUM MM
V ( M M M M MM
MM MtfMM MM
MM M M MM MM
MM Mil MM MM
inu have fttikd. It pMpwwl In hlphlf
CC'i (T ?nncntrHUd form. th doi
' t'CV.t'' M'l l'' Itifr from one tnwo
Cf ' C( ip".nAilti trvot) timet pr ilay,
C' (X It ti dturettc and m terntivn
(.' In Iti actlnn; tirir Injr and
(tpamilijr ttt blond. rninf(
C ft tn M"W in All It OrlffUlAl
Of , juirltT nnd rltror ; Unit rrum-
t'' C! vim frmo tlie nyttflni a11pr-
rT'f(' Tllfl.'IH ' illl-Oi Wtlltb Il ifl-
frrrc ducvd Jneai,
TION h Ititfiuhd aa an nUf
or Rfulftiirit tn tbaCliKKo-
KKK KKMKDY, and tiit!d TT.FPPFKPF. 19
1piimM In ronjnnruon wtth KKKEKKiJX
thAt irrdrrina In ail cati of .k
wtitTrhr n, ()lt, Unr KK
Alhnd ftr Whh4. hi vtlcrtt i.l'FVT!
ar heating, H'K.thinr, nnd j- I W4ti
dTntilrjnt ; rfmovln alt FK
traldin- heat, rliord-, and VF.
pain. Inslsiail of ttio hurmnti KK-FFWRF F,P,f5
avinl ul n i on niHrdvirat .e lui a JitEtiCt,tsJ5
li at in f-.iHr. rrfd ith
nrnr.y all Ua ehtav quack
InisY-cUoiii. By tr.nfnftlitrnrBO-
KI1K It KM KMT .ind CUE
ltoKFK Is.JK.ri ION -th
TIT ITH two madlciiii at tlie am
III! II 11 tltnf ail impiVBer Ata
ri H II H r'wrEo A't rcmoffd. and tn
illl II II wmlmiiitil ' ir,; an n are ea-
II 1 1 TUMI If HII M M r ruttortd to luU vlK'T a4
illl Illl tor (t.il particular pM oni
S7l II M f aroih'4t tri,u, any tirug
I I'I II H str In (Lu Ctinntry, ar
illl 1111 tvrfte ub, and wo wU niai
fr tn a ad'trcn a full
unioiiiii(.' cure for 8,'crnui-
t-Trtifi ft, Hi mi tin I Wfiiknc-'o,
N' :inri'i K'nlfoii n, unit TT)TrTT'PT
nil rtli'i Htcn CKMN' d ly Hrli- I 'IHjI'JjL)1I
ptiiliiilon, mifh an ,.ii .( M JiD
Mf-mc-Tv, 1. nUt'ial LifKi- J(
tndf, Pal hn in tlir iMirk, I'D in)
l'lII.IH'M, Ol Yl'l"tl, 'rll'M- 11 M
1urc old Avr. Weak Nfvc, I I Il
lnfli.ulty ot Itieatliiiik', I'l DO .
TiMiildiPiT, M'm vniintfl", l.hnmT'TMj
I- rmtfonH on the Fa. v, I n l'lLi'l'L'l
Countchutiro. Inutility, ('m-
uiuptlt n, und nil tlie'illr, till
cniptaiiitB . iui!.rd bv dt-piu t-
iub fn m U. yAth vt' nature. Tl-i'f, mrloln !i tflmp'd
Tprth Jetrnct, and one
on wlit Ii ail can ffly, aa it
ha tit-en iis' fi lu our prac
tice for many yrnrn, and
Er.FKEKFRK imiU thounaiula trotted, ts
rKLLittKli hni not faiird In a inirlO
KK ln-t:inre. ltd curative pow-
K em have been auilielnt to
KKr-'K ain vlrtnrvorcr tlto moni
F-K 'lothnu'who hdTfl tiiftVd
Tv ltb llirir uunitttiilioni until
KKF-RFEFR thcv tiunk thtjinaolvon le
&'A:.LM:1 j.uid the reai-h of nedlral
aid, wc would nnv Rr'AIIt
llie f IIKHOKF.IC
I KB will reitoro yuu ta
luaith and vla'r, and after
aU 'iiiarfc ituctora iiuva faiK4
Tin. wnronTfl itEnr-
VKNATl(.i K1.IXIK; or,
KBMinre ol Uie! l'repared tttt
from pure VcKetahle K- ii !
trnrt, cnntainiiiK nothinff "
liMtirUiua to the most ik-li-cute
Tho Rojuvenatlnff F.lKIr !
In the rrsult ol modern 1, '
dltcovoflfn In tl.ft v;eta- !!!
bl Viundoiu; IicIiik an !
enitroly now and abntr('t J!3
Dietliod if cure, IrrotM'VC
Uvol all thcolU and woru-
jut i vntLL. Tlili medicine hM beon
tented by tiia mom emi
nent nv-dicul men of tli
day, and by thorn pro
nounced to lio one of the
jrrcrUi st mtidknl dlscoverki
liHKHKiti'HK One lo tlo wlHcur Gcno-
Ii U U KHK ral Drhil ty.
I I it KUil A rewd.nca care Hysterica
ii nn. nivn in rfumien
KKltKUItKKU One bottle ouroa palpltft-
JtliK lift IC tlonof the Heart.
JtKK J'.KR A few dof.ua restore tlia
KK 1(HR orunnn offieiratloQ. '
KKlt Kit a bruin ono to three bot
tle rentore Uie maul I -nef
and fttll Tlaor of
A tVw dosca restore t?io
'1 tree bottle cure tho worst
case of ImpoUncy. COCOC
A few lioeos curethe low CiXX'ClO
Ono bottle restores wen- 0 CO
tal power. co
A few df'os bring tbe roae ct'
to tho cl'Cok. C
Thia medicine rctorea C'O fO
to manly vigor and rot.ti.t CC tHi
health the inor debill- L'tCCCCO
tatt d, wrrn down, and den- CWCO
pHlriru-'ldcvotee vt itusual
I'krttjure. TTim ELTA'TR enrei TTyi-
teria, t Jet i oral JhlUty, Tal
pititloo oi the llrart, and
laipott-ncT. It rentorea mnn
fOOO tui power and the appetite,
fOOOOO and ra'iiug tne rose to mount
000 OOO tho cheek of pallor, nnd the
COO OvK) d.'ljim ueil man or woman
COO Of O to tet-1 vlKoroMh and itronff,
Ooo OOO tho young, and atnblUoua
OtiO OOO blood to course thruufib
000 Ooo every vein, the nervea to
OUO OOO become Rii oiiK, atid the Ornff
OOOOco of rewiifu undvlKorto re-
0000 anlmaie the entlro body.
bnildiuj nji (he constitution,
resioi'int,' joy und tlto to iimny
CJIFltOKFE PrTLfl! a nud wul dutoiuU UfOiide.
HI tiAH COATJLI)
FVAI.K RKtil I.ATOR,
llliAI.'tl? rilKll 1.11, HIT
(I Kl AI N AM) HAFK. 111!
J or the Jten oval ut' Ob- Illl
s'rtii tlunn, and tho Innur- mi
Hnoe i.f HevlHrity In tho nil
l'tcnrreiue of the Moutluy Illl
1 ht y cureorobTiftelhofiO ipil
nuineroiia olOHKrn thn. Illl
Mti' p tr in ti rt-pulJU Itv , hy lili
mi.o lug the iru'Kulrirlty
Uat'K. Tliey cure ffnppren-0,
Kx ret slve, and l'amful Man
ilruntlon. They cure Oreen Blck
KK KK neufi (Chi rftlfl)
Klw They rnro Werraug and
KK. Pplnat ArtoHona Falna in
KK KK tho Itavk and lower pajla
KK KK of the hoity, Hoavlneia,
KK KK fat'Kue on HiJtrht Kxeruon.
KK KK 1'uipitatloii of tho Hartt
KK KK Lonpene of Spirit, llyate-
KK Kit r , Hick UeadAche, OMill-
KK KK man, Ac, Ac. In a word,
Kit KLv byremovinffiUelirenWarity,
tln'y rumoro the eauve, ana
villi it all the vilit Uitat
irjii uuui it.
Oomi-oped of tirnp'e ww
labia e.xtrat p, th contain
tuithli g deleter! ub to a-y NW jm
eoiif,tliutl!ii, however dell- NN'N'S MN
ate, Uelr function bt-lnpt to NN KS H H
MiiM-tituieiUeiivihforweak- N US Jf.f
re-i. which, when oro.'Crly KN NiH
Ubi'd, tluy lliMT ttill to itu. N X W us
They may to nufely ued N J4H N S
at any ace nndnt any pcih'd, SS JN W N H
e rctj t UurttKj the jiitl(l,ri N' HHHH
m tt(tr, durioK whit n tho iS JNiNJH
UtitalliOK DiUUre ot tU Ir ac
tion would liitall bly i lut-
kkt pr. jiOft' ci I'rlcea of the fhrokea
j,r t f .l.l .KF.K.R M. dlrines t'herokoe Ueme-
:KKlKlXl.im dy, ahottia.ur 3 bottlef
'K fir$, 'herok-e Inieeilon,
K J botti(fir a bottles for
1 KEEK t'. I borokee Cure, $i a
FKKi;K bottle, or :i bo:tB for $4.
:ii Or. Wrlrfhia VAixlr, 1 a
I I' battle, iir H tint ii?l for $6.
KKKKKFFRKK OheroUo 1'iIU, for fowalec.
KK1.K1.I-.1 i;KK 1 1 a bo, or ti boxea tot
In tlieClltil OKKI'. ..IKI'N
diui, the iiiit'orl'.DHte v. ill
tiud a uuy of d'-'M'tiruiico
fri r. fin rinv' mid puin. A
dny t ( Undid ei d luriuitH,
liffl tiny fcha.l no loiter FF.FREKEKP.n
huvet without euhUHilon or K I'. Kbk'. KKBli
n-poho, cilner Uironyh mer- y ft
riinry iiitt-kR or tl.e tn'th- l' i;
ci m y oi nauf-coua propum- l.KKER
' he 'ChcrnkecMertl.'tnei" i,j-;
aecitupllih their iauon: KE
Ihelr eiuanctpation. An KK.EEFFKFKF
eioareipatlou ao un ai.io ad- l-EfcEttBEI-iic
iniibl-'o, and ao prolitiu of
iinlera. :fud. Thvie uiedl
ciiioa n in prove. In nny and
eve, y cum, luiihlul and
iieLT-rail iih' IV it n da In (be
time ol need. We lend aU the f'HHltO-
K KK M ElUt 'I N Kij by Kx
iirerni (-xopt the Cbarokea
I-IIIR, theif are tent by mail,
fnu ofpoattMre), on reoilt ot
I'l EEFFF.I'E iirioe, to anv part of tne alvl-
Fl M.l.Kl.l.Klfi Jiod world, acurly packed.
In iQsh a manner that n
J" h i nn ihroiiih whuin havmla
1-KFFK tbjy may pt would kuvr
Kf.M the contou:.
J-i-1 iJi.iiea or Ron (lemon cati -
F.K a'JdrnBH ui In purt.-ttt coud-
l.i:i:KFI'Ki:i i: utnee, and we will In aU
tl-I i.tl f 1 Kt ritt'1 frankly answer thir
li ttem, and give uur opinion l
Ol enrh Iii'Uvidtiul cu, W
proscribe no iuu.eral.
i t r citEKonrn mehi-
CJNL.S me e.ld b all rnt.-wlnii.-
(IruKtjiat., in ti.e elw
l.'ved w .rid. Homo unpnn- Bfll
clplid dealcra, boaevpr. try BSntidMH
to aell woitbloMi ooif k)ihk1 HKH fi
In place of Uiote vbiio iA3 ti
whlf U they can gat at a Hi
chMp price. And in ike moro t.SS
fconey by aelllrn limn they HHfl
tu on tbo CUKKfiKKE M USA
ytor hea.tli aje.tfiu heuUU RSS
c-f yuur oi)Kprli.K-dd not on WS
tnoeiMd by tucti unphu- tiHUH
rilkd drut!!:,!. Ak for
'J1KXE MKOiCIfcKti. and
Ibkc' no othora.
t'atK-uu ai'dreeilng' oa will pleane write Foal OfTlct,
Coi-nf , Htate, aod uaui of wrttr, plain, and taotoia jioat
fte itaiiip lor reply.
If the i.ruattii-u will ant buy tnern fbr yo, aaod to n
and we will nd tfaom to yuu by Eapreia. Fartlaa ad
dreMttiyua abMild atate lite disoaie and jmptoni , ami.
fun par:u.Mlam In reKarJ to their oea. We treat all dii
eaaea of a chrouK; aatuxe la male or fvoiala.
i adeut living at a dlunoe need not healtata beeaaa
of their In lih i j t vUtt aa. Wt have truawd luaoaaa
futly patUnu ui all portiuua of the 41ilAd ib.
We wuk to avudevary reader of this Baser our UJrir.
Addimi all letter a and Ordera ta Tr W. B. MKlWrw to
CH..Ke.WUbltltTT 8tre4,JUw Iort.
8.. Id wboUfala aud iealt by IrOTT dl Ort
iC-lri-nriai e .v)k mQQ tMaJSia