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Thousands ot person sutler ftun Headache la tbe
eerous detriment of their omtort, basinves aud
Uhtwho mgtu atiy baurd hy alu-piy ailng
Humphrey's Hotusspataie fcpeciAoa. Th lie aaiie
Pill taken in the morning, aud th Btlltoae 1111 ta
eu t Bin hi, rarely Jail tt curv the mol urin u4
eiiUMW ctM. Thousand having trid them have
teen entirety tree f tela ban of thotr lfvaa. tJo
aa do likewise.
Prtos S6 ornU par box, with direction. box at $1.
tout by mail or express, tree ofoharga, on raaeipl
at tb Brio. Addreae,
Dr. r. HUMPHREYS A 00.,
Ko. 962 Broadway H. Y
.old by E. W. oW-arider, Ma CburcbiU A firo.
advertisement in another column.
It hu iraeiT acknowledged for tha
ImC fifty yeara, t,hat Dr. 8. O. BichanWu's Ooacen
tried 8hrry Viae Bitters wart Invaluable for glv
Id. ton t lb nervous system and removing dys
pepsia, Bausoa, jauadic, ousliptiou, Yertig and
ru pilous of tba skin.
Ttw Sherry Win Bittrs ara fcr aale by Gwylof d
Hammond, Strong A Armstrong, add C. a. Macaen
ie, Cleveland, O.
, lAe" tort; vni , aa W.l u tlia
ahaapeet mdbod of curing all faumora and chronic
ooiplAmta, is to um Dr. b. A. Weave-' ver-tailing
remedies, which ara advertised la a-etaar aol
aoa. Try tueni and yoa will sJ ao too. From tba
avitWao w have seen in tbolr tavar we know they
must ba vaiuaMe article.
tiold by tea) Urd A ilatuisoad, C. H. ttackanal. K.
W. Sackiider, btroug A Armstrong and vVm.fiaka.
art Advert isesnetiL
jlT' Perry DavtY Vegetable' Tain Killer
nVrivea much ofits popularity trooi.ah simplicity
attending its use, which gives it a peculiar value in
fkmMy. The various diseases watch may beraaoh
ad by it and in their iucpieut iUwi eradicated ara
aeaoag tboaa which axe peculiarly nttal il auiUiTd to
but thaouratira magic ol tUls preparation at
on wdiaarma tbem uftbeir terror, la all rapou
It fulOlta the oundtuoua of a popular mediciue.
8. Irk to it, therrtore; buy the original and genuine.
Bold ewTwhAre, and by Oaylord A Hwnnuud,
K in. rtska, 0. S- Maokenitie, Strang A Arnutrung,
end K. W. Sackridnr, Civreland, 0.
Adrr1fuift:t in anottaw column.
1 To C-oxstMPTiTMS. The aiivertiser,
UTlng bean rwtored to health in a rery ftw vaiku
jf a Try timpl rbwiy after having iurterfd aev
ral yaara with a eew lung aOeottuu. and tht
J read dnwaae, Oontumpiiou iamxiou to make
mown to hit Iltow-u0arni tbe woaua wl cur.
To all who (Wire it, ba will aend a copy at the pre
cripuoa uvd (free of charge with lha diractioua
lor preparing and uiug tha aawe, which they will
5nd a M'K CUBS IfvB. VK) NSL'MPTIOy, AhTH
MA, UBONCUlTIS.ic, Tbe only object in aund
Uig the Preecription ia to bewflt tha atHtctad, and
prd informal kn which he ouD(iTee to tx invaltf
able, ufd ha hopes every lufltfrer will try hia remedy,
aa It will out Ihem aotaiac and may prove a bleae-
Parties wishing the prescription will pUas ad
lreaa BkV. KDWABD A. WILriON,
octli-Ei WUUtuusbnrgh, swings Couniy. N. Y.
rTamper n&t with Natore and the lawt
physical end aorl that guide her operations. Her
gifU wer uiMdetc ukc nd not buee. The direful
j-esults vising from (lie Utter are 'lgioa;" the most
itlt4 habits of th baer sort may be overourue by
acarelul prusl of the work, "Hunun frailty, or
i'hytiolugicaJ Keean.hea.' It will mtul those de
baned and degraded Tictlins that hover on the brink
of dissolution, to the patlts of happiness and virtue,
ud be cooTiotd, tbe troth ia there.
Head the adrertleemeutof "Trieetinar" in another
ootoain. Sold by Dr. Burrow, 1W BteecheT st., Kew
'ork. Prioe 3., se n free of postagv everywhere.
Also sold by K. F. Ga) lord and William Fiske,
A thlEMJ IN KliU. THY IT.
Wa. Swisr'i IxrALLisLt Lihuiim ia prapared
itoni the reeipa of Dr. Mtepben bweet, of Cn
aaoticut, tbe great bvne-setter, and has been luted in
etis pracUca tut tha last twenty years wilh the moat
astonishing success. As an external remedy It la
without a rival, and Ul alleviate pain more speed
ly than any other preparation. For all Uhsumatic
And Nervous Disorders it is truly infallible, and as a
4urative fur borea, W ouuds, tipraius. Bruises, Ac,
Slat soothing, healing, and powerful strengthening
properties, excite the out wonder and astonishment
of all who have ever given it a trial. Over four
auudred certiheatea of remarkable cures, performed
by it within the hut two years, attest this fact.
For sale by Strung A Armstrong and Win. Fike.
8ee advertTEenigTit. ffepf-tt-ftdAw
MOTHER'S BKAD TillS.
Tbe tolluwiug is n extract frum a ltur wriiUin
by thte pastor ol a baptist Ciiurch to the Journal
and Messenger, Ciuiinnati, JJbio, and snuaks rot
nines in favor of that aurld-reuuwned mediciue, ol
Mas. W i jr low's booTaind ysdp roa C'hilimes
We see an advertisement in your columns of sirs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup. Kow we never said a
word in favor of a pa tout mediciue btor in our life-,
but wa meloompellt-d to say to your readers, that this
no humbug we iati Taian it, aira aitow it to
a all it claims. It is probably, one ol tba moot
jxwssftil medicines of tbe day, because ft is one ol
tn ieai. And tliuee of yuur rtmderswbohave babies
san't better than to Uy in a supply.' ,
act vertiHmut in another culumn. spa8K3s
.& t Jl 0 JULL ...
JN. H. SOLDMONSON, Optician,
IAS KKTIIRNEDTO HIS OLD
afland. TNOKU Til K AMERICAN DOT
where he w ill coutinue to aeep a choice aBsertment
ot tha moat improved kinds of SPECTACLES. All
his (J lasses, whether lor near or ar sighted ,are ground
an 'tor bis own inspection, by machinery of a new
xmstructioa, with tba greatest care, so aa to suit the
iya It all case, enring Weakrwee, Disr.1nss or In
flammation nt tbe eyett, and imparting strength for
loue reaiiD? or tine a!wtng.
a7 N. H. froLOMONnoN would hcrm inform the
piihlic that he nvrr employs any one In the sale ol
MT A ieo, a r!eri"lM snrtmnt of SPY OLASHE8,
.ll'R0S viKi. C'iM PAHhS, Jrc.t kept on hand.
mw AKTIFK IAL kVtS inseru-d without pain,
w prt-t ai natnral.
t'rrica No. Lift Superior St., under the American
SILVR PLAlLVG ad BELU BANGING.
rPHE feCBSCRIBERIS PREPAB-
I EP to re-pite Sjpouus, Fork4, Oastors, Fruit
'ft'ish. nd aii oiber arikiff -o. tlle ware, as frotM)
r-w ; also, btair lUyin, lor K Qufa, Bnli Pulia,
re-platd or platted to order, v Imud or electro
:pcoes, as good as any otbwr eatiblibiueul in the
Promptly atteudj te, and all work warranted as
xreprMBHUted, at rAeitaJ 1 true.
liovmi o, 4 sln-tiHB'c UlK k. colter of Prospect
mu-1 (nriri strv-, tnn "Hin-.) '
eftaTMMPKoVfcU Htniti:, turning tna hem
duwa instead of up, u tx-wmc Mm uiihk.
TAMES H. ODKLL, BRASS
i;ri- " ork of ery desnriptiua, i. a Union St.,
-4 i. ( ...r from Swp-riurstre t, CUvUnd, Ohio. H.
irp;tt:ed to fiiruink all kinds of work uned k.i
WiOT ar Gas, aid nil the various art icks
.n-ii :z iti? Flumt'ih; BiuiD. IWr Pmuaa ot ail
"tin. n and r'p.-iiml. Braes Opting done daily
or OLEVBLANB, t)U10.
A PPLICATIONS FOR - IN81TR-
j!A(Jfi iiloul be received property within
Fro:n tiia dividend derlarwl by the Company, the
J"ire uepiruiui uiu wum g irem u s ivcuof il una
The eapt-uptw of the Ikjmpany being so light, the
ratw oi tBuranc uiu o Miioraea lower titan auy
foreign res pons it'le Company.
T i. OoBiDiLtiv prepared to take any amount in
one risk up to AiUm
' Wttlfun Hrt A. e . Aelilord. James Hill.
William hiiid, . Lanel P. Bu!s, John Dvwuie
J! imiL Pierce. . W . Mirsuiea Ci. u. co,
Kdwin Hart, J h. Ov.ru, Moah Castor,
J. . fiiepiieuson.
" " or rt eras?
WILLTAM 11ART, Preai-.ient and Treasvrer. .u
. J K.OWkh'.isecretary.
Orrtci No. !, Lyman's Block, next te new Coert
House. N. P. Bowker, 4. K. Thayer and Andrew
W ENGLAND FIRK AND
Marine Instjeakck Co.,;
Cash Capital - -Sorplug
- - $200,000
- - -,. 36,517
9Pollries lsf-ued and renewed, and all bnsfna
connertwd with tue Goaipany prompllr attenoed
bj the aubacribar, lha oiuj iuuru-'l Aaut.
'..aoTaT-.Blt Kooin K. aijn' Stiuding.
UED.NEMUAY alURNlNU. JAN. ltt. 1I-
mr for Trlrmrnwhtr, AlarkiX mm fllajrl..
A NEW SONG.
. ii aum tu Bowi.
W. ln, -Uur Oouowjr'i" long to night
Wllh Md.lcowl Totwt tad ;
Her bnmrdnHi. tn olouUtd light
lk-ue.lli thw wintry iky.
Weil pleJ(( heruiio tu golden win,
Belur her tn Uv tcl ;
TbougMim.uu. rwideuiug orb way ililne,
We hY 4 Country y.u
'Iwire Tln to ilgh o'er error, put,
The fault ol tin. or win ;
OurKiidier heard tlio Uireitirnlng blut
And tiiked bU uteluaa guni ;
He mw Uie tr-wrethea du.Iu AU1,
Hj mad invader, torn ;
Bu mw it from the haaiioned wall,
That laughed lli. ir rage to (torn I
Wliat tlioutjh Oielr warllk, cry ia Sung
Acroaa liie bowling av
They aiuit. the air .1U1 idle tongue,
i he gatheriug atorm who bravo.
Enough ot aieif h ! the trumott rluga ;
Be Bilt'Ut. patient, oalm.
GoJ help tiit in it the tvuiptuat iwlug
Tu piua agaiuat lha pului I
Our toilaone yean havanuvU ui tamo,
turtreugth baa alept unirlt ;
The luruaoe hre in glow to danie
That bids our f.loughnharea melt ;
'Tia bard to lft' the bread they win
1 u tone of nature a frowua.
To drop the iruu tbreada we apia,
Tbat weavu our web of towua ,
To are the ruxhhig turbine atand
before Uie emptied flamea,
To tfld the anna that Good the land
Willi rivers lrom their looms,
But harder still for tnnse who ii-arn
Tbe truth forgot ao long ;
When once their aluuibciiiig passions burn,
J he ptaoelul are tba alroiig 1 .
The Lord have merry am the weak,
And oalm their fremii'd ire,
And save our brothers ere they shriek,
We played with Northern tire I"
The eaaie hold his mountain height,
1'be tie-er pace bis den 1
liire all the country, each hi right I
Cod keep ua all ! Amen I
Xaucvii. Fast, Jan. 4,lstil.
Letter from Rev. Abraham Bewley, the
Murdered Methodist Clergymen.
The following letter, written by -T.
A. Hew ley previous to hi being hang- by a
gang of slrelioldinghounJ in Tcaa, merely
for being a member of the Methodist church
Korth, which is tantamount to being an Ab
olitionist in the estimation of his murderers,
we would moat respectfully submit to those
dough-faces who are eternally whining about
the imaginary grierancea of the South. We
would particularly recommend it to a class of
Republicans and we are glad tu lay they
are few and far between who are growing
unsteady in tha knee-joints, and weak in the
spinal column, and who are prating about the
enormous guilt cf those Slates which have
passed personal liberty laws, to protect free
colored people from being kidnapped by two
legged brutes, called man thieves.
We would also submit to the dough-hice
Democracy and weak-kneed Republicans,
whether it would not be a good idea to settle
the Southern difficulty, by sending down a
cargo of Northern Methodist Clergymen, Re
publican Editors, Anti -Slavery Merchants,
Free Soil Orators, including Joshua R. Gid
dings, Charles Sumner, B. F. Wade, Henry
Ward Beecher, and Horace, Greeley, U be of
fered as a peaoe-offering to the fiendish spirit
of Slavery. What A grand Auto daft those
Southern traitors would have over the hang
ing, burning, and tarring and feathering of
the crowd 1 Really the more we thiuk of the
plan, the more .easible it appears. An offer
of this kind would show such a magnanimous
spirit on the part of the North, that we will
Biike our reputation thai the South will ac
cept it, and agree to keep quiet till they com
mence another disunion howl, and cry out
for more concessions from the North.
Mr.' Bewley's widow now resides at Hum
boldt, Kansas. She is very poor, having
been deprived of him who was her faithful
supporter. The following affecting farewell
letter to his family was written by Mr. Bew
ley, just one week previous to his execution.
We copy it from the St. Louis Central Chris
ticn Advocate ?
Fatettevillk, Arkansas, 1
Sept, 6, I860.
kab Win and Children: I never took
up my pen nnder snch circumstances before.
Alter I letl there that day I was hurried on,
and the next day about 9 o'clock we got to
rayelteville. lam here yet. They have not
put me in jail, but keep me under guard. At
niht I am chaineU iasi to some person, and
in the day I have liberty to walk about with
the guard. I have been, in the general, tol
erable, although my company in general has
not been as desirable as some. They are
now after Tom Willet. So soon as they suc
ceed in getting him, 1 suppose they will set
out wilh us to Texas on the overland stage,
and if so, hand us over to the fort n orth
Committee and receive the reward. Then
we will, I suppose, be under their supervis
ion, to do with us as seenieth them gooc.
And if that takes plac, dear and much be-
lovtd mif and Loving children, I shall never,
In this life, expect to see you; but 1 shall look
to meet you all, with our little babe that has
already gone to that blessed haven of repose.
The reason why I so speak, in these times of
heated political excitement, mole-hills ara
raised mountain higb.and where there is none,
it is frequently imagined they see something. .
That being tbe case; it is enough to know
that we are "North Methodists, as they are
called; and from what we learned in Texas
about that Fort Worth Committee, they had
sworn vengeance against all such folks. I
expect when they get to us we will go the
trip.- But dear wile and children, who are
big enough to know about these things,know
th-tt, so tar I am concerned, all these
iliings are tuise. You have been with
me, and you know as well as I do, that
none ot these things hare ever been
countenanced about our boose, but tbat
we have repudiated audi to the last. So you
see thnt I am innocent, and you, my love,
will hav tue lasting saUtlajuon to know
that your husband was innocent, for you
have been with me tor some twenty -six years,
and your constitution is emaciated and gone
down to feebleness. You will have to spend
the remainiug part of your life as a bereaved
idow, with your orphan children, with one
blind daughter. , Now, my feelings I cannot
describe, but 1 k now there is a God that doeth
right- As I was taken away, and was not
even permitted to sea yoo, tbat I might bid
you and the children Strewejl, I have to do it
in this way, and would sav to all to try to
continue your way onward to Heaven. Tell
George and baby, when they get old enough
they must seek religion arid be ood bovs.
and meet Fa in Heaven. I want William
and John, as they are the oldest, to be good
to their mother and their blind sister.
Do with your scaal meaus as you think
best. , I have feelings 1 eantiot tell you how
I feel for you. . There on Abe road, in your
wagons, we thought ourselves at home. But
I can only leave you in the bauds of Him in
whom, I put my trust." I know you will not
forget me in your prayers ; you have mine
shall hare while 1 have breath. 1 believe
much in prayer. I feel no guilt, from the
fact that I have done nothing to cause that
feeling. Dear Jane, 1 caunot tell what is the
best course for you to pursue, but I want you
to get somewhere that tha children can have
a chance at school. Keep aa clear of these
one-horse town as you can. Frequently at
such places boyi are early led astray. I do
hot that the. good Lord will comfort you
and guid, y0n to the best conclusions.
I would ba glad if you would tell Henry
McCary to write to Capt. Dnget at Fort
Worth, my standing since ha was first ac
quainted with me, and when you write to
your friends tell them to do so too, or as they
choose. I now close by subscribing myself
your aflectionat husband and father,
Yon will doubtless preserve this imperfect
scroll. ,," ..' ' , , A. B,
. This ia September 6th, 1859. . .: . -City
of Fayetteville, Ark. .
I, with a portion of too Vigilance. CoBucit.
tec will lesitra Faretteville to-night o mo-
time. Tbe Committee bus returned without
and bare hunting him
The Insurrectionary Plot.
A correspondent of the New York Tri
bane writes as follows from Baltimore :
The atmosphere il loaded with the wildest
kind of rumors as to tba intentions of I he
rebels. Alter a careful sitting, I am disposed
to think that the following notions are actu
ally entertained, and I wish to draw public
attention thereto, in order that the people
may be prepared for emergencies :
The rebels are moving heaven and earth, or
thiuk they are, to overturn the Government
ot Maryland, by means o! a salt-constituted
Convention, which shall seize upon the sov
ereignty of the people. There Is now sitting
la this city a neat of conspirators for that
purpose. The propose to ignore tbe Uov
ernor, and hold a Convention without autho
rity of law. The plan Is to have a voluntary
election, at which none but the revolution
iats shall vote. I am prepared to see this
thing dune, and I do not see how it can ba
prevented. TKt only anhdott it far tht
fritndt of tht Union to hold a timilar tUcuon
and a nnu'lar Convention.
A public man of some standing, and be
longing to tbe Revolutionary party, openly
declared to-day that Mr. Lincoln would not
be permitted to pass through Maryland on bil
way to Washington to be inaugurated, and
tbat he never would be inaugurated in Wash
ington I One of the plans to keep him from
passing over our territory, is to tear up the
rails of the three great lines of communica
tion leading into Baltimore from the West
aud the North. It is due to the public and
to themselves, that the Presidents and Direc
tors of these roads should forthwith establish
extra watches upon the whole route within
this State, and prevent any such movemeut.
If the Legislature should ever get together,
they design to preveut the transportation of
any passengers at all over Maryland territory
until alter the 4th of March; and, what is
more; it is their declared purpose to seize upon
the Capitol, in conjunction with Virginia
They will do more. They wJl assemble a
Convention that will vote us out of the Union
in double-quick time ; and, if the Capitol can
be seized, the Revolutionists intend to declare
themulvt tht United Statu, and proceed to in
vite the Free State into a new Confederacy,
with such charges in the present Constitution
as Mr. Breckinridge asks for I In other words,
they will insist on devoting all future terri
tory acquired under the new regime, in the
direction of Mexico, to everlasting Slavery.
An effort is to be made to break ip the
Senate, when it shall preceed to couut the
votes on the nrst Wednesday in February.
This movement does not seem to be abandon
ed. If ii is, then the City ot Washington is
to be seized on or about the 2 2d or 25th of
February, or somewhere about that time.
The arrangements for defense made by Gen.
Scott and the city authorities are the only
means of arresting this design, but much will
depend upon the convening of the Maryland
Legislature. Even then, it Uov. Hicks holds
out, the more violent of the Legislature pro
pose to meet without his call, while others
are for the self-constituted Revolutionary
Convention doing everything, in conjunction
with that of Virginia, fioibing can nullify
the acts of such a Convention but the prompt
assembling of a selt-ralled Union one, as I
have altrady intimated.
In certain quarters there is a statement
afloat that five Alabamiaus intend to im
pose themselves upon Mr. Lincoln's suite as
Republicans, and design to accompany mm
on his way to Washington, for sinister pur
poses. Whether there be any truth in this
or not, a word to the wise will be enough.
Knowing the prejudices against tbe i resident
elect, among the ignorant, engendered and
fanned into fury by the loombses and men
of their ilk, it becomes the friends of the
President elect to be prudent at least. Aa tor
the President himself, be is the honored choice
thirty millions of people, and he rests secure of
in their protection, even though a portion of
them may be alienated from him by misrep
resentation, but hi3 history shows he is a man
to go just where his duty calls him, regard
less of consequences. The nation will find
him a second Jackson within an hour all er he
gets into the White House.
Scott and Jackson.
The Charleston Mercury ia exceedingly dis
gusted at the active part taken by Gen. Scott
le the settlement ot tbe boutn Carolina con
troversy. It pays the General these compli
Oblivious of the changes of time and the
transactions of the day, he still sits dreaming
dreams of things long passed away gazing at
the vain soap bubbles of an aged brain. Sen
ility must plead for bis folly. Blind leader of
tbe blind, Mr. Buchanan and his counsellor
will both full into the pit.
The same paper was still more severe on
Gen. Jackson in 1832, In describing the ef
fort of one of its favorite secession orators cf
that day, tbe Mercury said:
He told how the violence of the proclama
tion had been thrown back, broken into mere
froth, from tha rock of Carolina firmness; cow
even the women of our country langhed at
the threatbs of the tootldeu tiger; but he warn
ed us to watch the movements of the vrildbeatt,
now crowded by the glance of freemen, but
who would spring upon hi matter could be
catch them unawares.
That Old Paragraph About Cuba.
John Mitchel, writing from Paris, Enys of
the President's Message:
Three days ago arrived the last messsire of
the last President (they say) of the United
States. The first thing I looked for in it, was
tbe well-known, old paragraph about buying
Cuba. I adjourned all consideration of hia
solemn words about the danger of the Union,
until I should satisfy myself that the devoted
President was still faithful to the Queen of
the Antiles. His constancy provokes among
these merry French a certain suppressed and
respectful amusement; for they would not
trifle too cruelly with an old gentleman's
chivalrous passion. They say: So your
President has not awakened to the fact that
Cuba is another's. Let him ask U Donnell
for her at once, and see what answer be wid
get. But I am happy to find tbat Mr. Bu
chanan, heedless of the sneers of a cold
world, loves Cuba still. V ben be dies (and
may that day be tar distant,) Cuba will be
written on his heart, as Calais wus upon
Queen Mary's. Often in his peaceful retire
ment, as he looks back upon the sad events
of his term of governrxent, ba will gay "Ah I
all would have been well if tbey had but
given me one hundred millions to buy Cuba."
It is good that he has no wife, or he would
often, groaning out in bis uneasy sleep, wake
her ith the agonizing cry UA hundred
million! lor tuba."
Why Don's Toombs Come Home?
A Savannah correspondent writes:
"Why don't Toombs come home? Again
and again I hear this question asked. After
that last speech of big .they don't see what he
has to do at Washington. His fellow-conspirators
wag their sagacious heads, and say :
' Never mind ; be can do more good at Wash
ington just now than anywhere else. When
it is time he will be with you, where his heart
has been all along." Applause. Tben come
hints that Toombs has the. Administration
under his thumb; that he is actively engaged
in preventing troops from being sent South
ward; that if ttey will but give up the affairs
of the State to him and their other faithful
servants, all will go on well, direct trade will
crowd their docks, their cotton-fields will
whiten with a perennial crop, niggers will be
cheap, everything will ba plenty,' and the
North will wilt like tha corn- tassels in a Sum
So, to conclude, though tho course of tha
approaching Convention cannot be considered
very doubtful, as far as the question of seces
sion goes, the attitude of the Bute itself is
ot ready for secession, and aha has
within her borders to-day mora hearts which
are heavy with gloom than all tuoae now
beating with tbe reckless enthusiasm of tbe
Can an Individual Secede?
The following appears as a communication
in tbe Philadt lphia , Forney does not say
whether tho writer rs correct or not. We
think it is quite as well provided for as south
Carol' na, and altogether more sensible : . '
am a citicea of West Hmjel4 towa-
hip Lancaster county. Our taxes are heavy.
mine amounting to aboutf 200 a year. I wish
to know whrthiT 1 have not got as good a right
to secede aa south Carolina or Aew York. 1 u-
hn to utablith a monarchy in a tmoU loaM, my-
telf to be king, and be entirely indepeudant of
the world. 1 have vary many friends, In
numbers aliout equal to tbe while population
of South Carolina, two guns, a revolver, and
three bull dugs, six months provisions, sc.
If you think 1 am right, gay ao, and I will
figbt it to tha bttttr end."
Good riciuioa. The New York . coi res
pondent ot tba Philadelphia Press writes:
"Happening in at tha publishing bouse of
Harper X Brothers this morning, I was not a
little surprised at a tact tbat transpired du
ring my chat with one of tbe brm. I be
foreman of their bindery, Mr. Rosenquost,
who has for some thirty years filled that po
sition, came in with a bar of gold valued at
f 307 44, accompanied with tha assay en cer
tificate. This amount was the proceed of
gold dust awept up from the Boor and wiped
off on the raga used by binders during three
months. I was so much surprised at this bit
of economy, that I asked what tue value ot
their picked-up things amounted to in tbe
course of a year, and was told that the gold
sweepings were worth about $1,500, shavings
from paper $3,000, shavings from pasteboard
$700, and scraps from leather $150 making
an aggregate from those four sources of $7,
350 per annum.
"yilEELER & "WILSON'S
New Improyements at Reduced
P R I OUSt
The Wheeler fc Alteon Hanafactnrinr ComnanT
harms rin ah their suits at law, with in dinning
BiaL iitac turera ef Hewing Machine), proposes that the
puhlie shall be bene fitted thereby, ami hnve accord
inglr reduced Uie prices of their Sowing Machines.
After tfats date tht-r will he sold at rut-fl that will
a tatr prutlt on tue coot or manufacture, capital
DTMted. and exeenaeof making salt ; such Driers
aa will enable them to make nrMtelaos luacMnee. and
as heretofore, guarantee them in ever particular.
4 aaora acceptable or raluable oreaent to the La
dies can nut Ihh hund than a
VsUkaLklie. W1LMJ.N SEWING MACHINE!
D. Offloe 200 Superior street, OVTelanri, Ohio.
G ROVER t BAKERS. M. COMPANY.
SALES ROOMS 171 SUPERIOR
Street, orer Merchant's Bank.
GROVES BAKER'S CELEBRATED
SEWING MACHINES I
HaTe taken Preralnms at the late State fain of New
sura, iiunois, iventucKy and M ichifran, and
by tbe auited Voice of the People ara
Very Best Family Sewing Machines Extant
Tailors and Nhn Rinr1r1 aralnritaH t.mln.
the New and Improved 8li UTTLJC machine recently
IMfnfMai li I hia fiinmaiii 1 lm .rT.....! .. : .
' . '. . ' """" yy-. " . A v uucivu a,, Ti lla
n 11 in it I r-A u ui mil.
e Send for Books and Circulars.
aVaT Liberal discount made ti AfffRts.
Hllk. Thread and NrWdlHM. and ..nrl aPtn.anl
of Sowing Machine Material on hand.
S. J. WAfNiWORTII. Agent.
:;,t i l
V; iV JJ.U
ffgal t!)H ami ?mp.
JJ Y E R L Y & CO.,
UOAL OIL WORKS,
Main street, (West Side,) near old Exchange
tf BBLS. HARTFORD COAL
tf U Oil etjual to Kerosine Oil, which we will soil
at the lowest market price at
ST KONG 4 ARMSTRONG'S.
IW Siirrior Street.
pOAL OIL LAMPS. A NEW
V lot of Coal Oil Lamps just received.
r BBLS. KIER'S CARBON OIL.
JO Tbe verv beat nie.de, jnnt respired at
povla STKtiM ARMSTRONG'S.
Kf) BBLS. COAL OIL LAMPS.
tl" Parlor Lamps, Hand Lamps,
Hall Lamps, Side Lamps,
tiirch Lamps, ('himnrys.
Burners, Ac, Ac.
Every thing pertaining to the Lamp trade just open
ed and for sale at very low pricft at
novl5 hTKONO A ARMSTRONG'S.
RE HERE LA DIES I
Having recently Leen made in
BROWN'S SUSPENSION WAIST
IitFROTED SKIRi SUPPORTER,
nndrtra it far anperior to any thiij of tbe kind ever
iaveuted. It cotubiue tba
Oirtet, Shoulder-Brace, Skirt Supporter and
a'l tn one beautiful article of wearing apparel. It
Beauty to the Form I
Preserve Oeaith, and Prevent n:any Diseaae.
Tbe moat Faablouahle Ladiea nf everv Citv and
country are wearing tbem, and speak in tbe highest
wrmsui praise lur mem.
tarRnqire of those who bave wora them. 8EB
avr-:all on oar agent and examine tbest Waist.
. Forsale by
TREKMAN KIT, LOGO, 117 Snperinrst.
Mrs. U. M. BURNETT, "Burnett House,"
' And at W holeaale by
S. Raymond & Co.,
and by Milliners and Herchaots generally In tha
. WAISTS HAD! TO ORDER.
on ahort notice by leaving the meaanrewlth the Pro
prietor and Manutacturera nt ,
161 Ontario street, (up stair.) Cleveland, 0.
noiiris' A SnEFnKLD.
yinfringors. Beware 1 decT
T01LED CIDER. WE II A V E
11 had consumed to na two barrete of Boiled Cider
o: nprior quality, which we will sell by the qlMri
1. . .8TAtBaia,
SWEET HERBS. Summer Savo
ax, Bw.t Marjoram, Thyme and Ba, of this
yar'a growth. Tor aai at U5 Ontario street.
decm.Lw - J. STAIR SON.
DRIED SWEET CORN. A Nice
artlca, air sale yj; J. BTA1R A BOM.
J?OK SOUPS SPLIT Peas. Mac-
I1 caK(HS!i,Vrmaeilla, -Pearl Barley, Ac.
-ccUdtw X fla
HYACINTHS, In Glasses and
Pot. We have Hyacinths of riiftVrent colors,
Ifrowirjffin fflassee and flowt-r pots. Those wlshinf
to m&keacbMB. but vretty piveent, will find a pair
or more ol Hyacinth just the thing. Call and see
them. J BtAIRAbUN,-
duclj " ' ' ' lS ('fltariustreft.
TWEL APPLES. 63 Baerels
I prime dried apples, pressed in new bsrrtals.
- W. tf ELH INCH,
deel ' 1 T ' ' ' ' ' '64 mid 66 Merwln street
TTOxEY-WE HAVE A VERY
ri nice artiokeof new strained Honey for sale at
Unaancai. mel . .J,tiAiaBUi4.
WUQLZSALM DiALJCUH IN
ui anna er
READY MADE CLOTEiNQ,
7N r. STTf : rt. ".3T!r rTn ('l.EAM
7 1MQ, Renovating and Mending luataMishuieat.
Jaaifoi Aua, Tailor, No. Itf FroMpect --reet, will
hereafter devote hie attention to cleaning, reuova
tlligand meli'ling tentl.ni.n'a clotiutia. lie has
Bacillttee lor doing hia work in the Uttt. manner.
UMiurinen win Gnu it or uieiniiutreei uiuiug ia
hard times to give Mr. Agar a trial. ,
1U superior street,
, CLEVELAND, OaioJ
IrlHIBTB MADE TOJCbmig,
and warranted to
A MEAT AaBTMSVT OP CUSTOM MADK
AR. REDING, MERCHANT
TAILOR, has ramoved to ho. 14 Prospect
street, UptJiMad's Block, a few doors west of Jones'
Mar his Factory, where be will be pleased to see and
suit hit aid customers, usual, and aw ones in
vitwi. (Jents who famish tr.efr own materials will And it
advantasmms to call on him.
r Particular attention paid to en t ting Boys'
Clothiuc IdeolJ A. It. BID1NU, AtfeuU
ITE CAUSE OF ALL OUR
Now, trentie reader, ope your eyes.
And give me your attetition,
Wot 1 nave now a serious tact,
1 privately would mention.
1 have 1 thiuk, the cause luund oit
Of all our con try woes.
And would a simple remedy
for all its ills propose.
Read, oh I read, attentively,
W hile t the canse relate ;
We hare an old Bachelor
To guide the Hhip of State.
That was a great oversight
When he was nomipaitMi,
And Is, no doubt, tbe cause of all
The evils daily stated.
Think yOn that a Bachelor.
Who has not yet found out
The way to rnle a family,
And show a wife aboat,
Can eer guide in safety
Our glorious Hhip ef Htate?
No! No man can ever do il
Without a helping mate.
Talk about your Cabinet,
And Counsellors so rare,
Th re's no cut inet like a loving wife.
Who can clean the cabinet ware.
Then take my word for what 1 say
It ne'er. iod-d, was meant
Xuat we should have a bachelor
Jfer our President.
If Buck bad aow a charming wife,
One full of love and devotion.
We should not have this civil strife
And poliitoal commotion.
Then, lt no man be President
Who has now if, at all,
And dos nut call for Children's Clothes
Al laAAC d UMON liALL.
VWinter Cloth inn. for Men and Boys, closing
out at ffrtet BHreaius. and Illinois. Wis.-uio, In
diana, iiisaouri, aud i'enusylvauia Money taken at
ISAAC A. ISAACS'
MAGNIFICENT UNION HALL,
Sole Agency fur the sale of tiing?r' Celebrated
STORR'3 AUTOMATON PRESSMAN.
Corner of Union and Superior streets.
T LOOK OVT rOB TUB GIANTS. "W
mammmsrbzVEi tH WARjTmum
Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron Ware,
1T0VE TRIMMINGS, TBUIT CASH, Ao.
Dealer in Myer'a Celebrated Stove. "U
323 SL Clair Sireet, (East of Medical College,)
" Spouting, Job Work and Repairing dona.
ECLIPSE COOKING STOVE.
TniS STOVE EMBRACES THE
f modern improvements,
nt. KcoueuiF is the best holler, avml nVHrurtu-ka
lrom the a fleets of excessive heat.
1. The oven is well ventilated by ixw pasng
hroni H to tbe pise.
3d. Externally it Is composed of a plain, rich pat
tern, an ornament to any culinary department, and
is e-jual in every respect to Stewart's Cooking tStove.
and can ba bought for half the money.
4th. It is adapted to City and Country use, the tire
box being extudrd to burn long woed. It is man il
iac tu red in this city, con segue nil y the platen can he
renewed when burned out. la the latter uamea
qualifications it is superior to btewart's.
l also aevp every variety of
COOK AND PARLOR STOVES.
among which muy betotuid the
JfcU l At WV MNU S lU E, b K IL, LI AS T,
K PLCUIBL'S UN I'M, Bl'C&KYX
BiATE. WK3TSKN BKLLlfi,
In tha tine of Hit ting aud drawing Boom tnvnst I
have the Model Parlor. Sell Regulator. Lady Waeb
Ington and numerous othi-r dnsiraMe patterns.
a iuii aaBoriruttnt or micuen jnruuure, iron,
Brass and Porcelain Kettles, to suit all taut, at that
owest living prioef.
i.ieveiatia. Jiiy y:K'"
TUB "DESPATCH" COOKING STOVE
TS THE RESULT OF MANY
I i can-ful experiment and exrwrience. and
ia n Nt 1 : lediy superior to any other talking
Stove tin. its t aking. Broiling and Koastiijg
properthisi urpass all its competitors in ;
Perfiction, Coxteniknci aho Ecohout.
The oven Is thoronvhlv Vrnti1m.td with hexaitxl r
by an ingenious patent process, which caunes the
bottom to be hottorthan in other stoves, aud a per
foct even buke is prtniured.
Knastiug s done betore tbe onen Bra. ao tba the
jmrtw and flavor ol meatti aud poultry ara preserved.
Broiling is done on the hearth over the coals drawn
from the Are in the stove. .
Iheure cnamher 1 so arranged as to StTure tha
most perfect combustion of fuel powible. We gnar
ante it 10 be most economical in the oonsumptiun
of fnel and to give entire rat itifactien to all who de
sire a FIBST CLASS STOVJC,
Vor proof of the truth of the above, we refer our
fiiends and customers in general to tha m.nv him.
dredsof iloosekeepeis ia this city and surrounding
country, who are daily using the stove. Call and ex
amine for yourselres ; get a circular and le convin
ced. It is a plain, heavy and beautiful store, of
and the material and the workmanship, are of the
best quality ana can ne maue to laitt a customer m
years or longur. our stock ol other
both for wood and coal, is the larget and best ia the
market. Our Parlor. Hall aud Office Htovee, have
been selected wilh great care and rood taste, from
all the principal touodnesin the country, and are
of the neweet and most approved styles, for wood an
lor Diiuminon-i ana amnracite coat.
Our stock ot Enameled Orates is large and com
prise tbe neweet stylet and are of snperier flnisa.
uur assortment oi
IIOUSE-FtJRNISHlNG GOODS, j
Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron, hi complete.- j
Our fourteen years experience in business, enables
us to purchase goods cheaper aud uostdeeirabia, and
we will eell . t
Cheaper than can be Sought 2lsewha-t I
aMT"All fire Invited te call and look for themewlreg
at the well known
STOVE & GRATE EMPORIUM'
of W.L. WABVIK, '
Ma. 42,eenth si-ie Pubito Square,
novlO (.'lnTA!n.nd. Oh (in.
GET TBE BEST !
WHEELER'S WATER DRAW-
T y KK commands the admiration of evtry lor
er of Pure Water. The Old Oakeh Bttkkt wiin the
Improvements attached, make ths BrrT arMaie tn
use for raising wat?r from a wej of any d-.-; a. Id
no other way can water be raisou eu. vaiO so
Qnri.ao ( BtAf. i '
It is neat in appoaraaca and orcpiea l)trfc srtva
afmpleiD construction, aud not liah (-"toot ol
ordxr. Call and see It; It recommends IteMI. t
aT" Water Drawers maauniacturad and sold retail
or wholesale by
J. WHEELER k CO Prop'm,
Hewitt's Block, Vineyard stM CleveUnd, Ohio.
Agents wanted in every State and Coo ty."
aar Stataand Coanty fttuiits for !. -
, DEMING & TIFF AN if, j
GENERAL PRODUCE' C UlfrSJIOy
61 FBARL 8T.,,' ii-.liew Tork.-
(RIB TO ''''
BABES ADD BCsUfESa MCB SEJiXSALLT,
Tun Amaxoakatioi or Lamqcagu. Tb
Is Is a growing tontlency In this ajfo to appropriavce
Uie uiiat exprtMSive wrUs 01 otlir languagea, sua
alter a while to Incorporate them into our owu; thus
the word Ophaltc. whiuh is lrom the Grea-k, siguitV
lug "fr th h(iai ' I oiiw (Hromtug popularixesi in
oonnectlon with Mr. iaidliig'e great titjadacbe rem
edy, but it will 'Hu bt itsMetl in a hhto general ay,
and tbe word Ophatic win become as eommoa us
Electrutwiitiid 0111. y atliera whose dintiuctioH aa
foreign wsaalat bus been worn away by common u'ttefe
until they eiu "native aud to the mauar bam,'"
Hi ad 'n 'ornble 'aaxlacb thii hafternooii,
hand I stepped Into the hspotheraiies hand says ht
to hi tot tie man, "Can you keaae aie aa 'eailache?'1
"Does It becbe ard,' says 'e. "iii'x'dii.jtiy," says
hi, aud npon that 'e gave me a tepliltc Fill, hand
'poo aie 'onor ti onred me so quick that 1 'ardly re
siiaed 1 'ad 'ad an 'eadaohe.
PaT" Hmadachb ij U10 Urorite iign by
which nature makes known any tie via 1 ion wbatever
from the natural statti ot the brniu, and viewed in
this light It may be looked on as a seh-guard intend
ed to give noitr of (iiseeave which iuikui omri-wine
escape attention, till too lut to Ire reiuedp-d; and its
indications should nevr ba uegltN'teti. iintwiacht
may be clauiinl under two nauu ,vi; Hyuiptouiatic
and Idiopathic, hymptomatic iieadaobe is sxt.-t-eu-ingiy
ouiiituon aud the precursor of a great varioty
of uiseam, among which ar Apoplexy, Uout, liiieu
matism and all febrile uiatiaset.. iu its nervous lria
it is sympathetic of disease of the stomach romtitu
tiug tick kttadacke. of hepatic diMease cousittutiiig
bxiitom aeadocA, of worms, Ciinstipation and other
disorders of the bowels, aa well ae venal and ateriue
attritions, lhseasea of the heart are very frequent
ly attended with Headaches; Anaemia and eieiboria
are also aflectious which freaueuily occasion head
ache. Idiopathic Ueadache is also very common,
being usually uistlngui'bed by the nam of aervotu
aaWaSrW, sometimes coming an suddenly tn a state
ol apparently soubd health and prostratiug at out
tbe mental and physical energies, and in other m
stMUces it oomee on slowly, beraJded by deprossion
of spirits or acerbity of temper. In most iunlauoes
the pain is in the trout of the head, ovr one or both
eyea, and sometimes provoking vomiting; under this
clans may alo be uamed AraV.
Nor tbe treatment uf either class of Heelache the
Cephaltlc Pills hve hen touud a sure ami safe renj
edy, relisviug the most acut puns inatewmiu
1 tes. and by 11s subtle sower eraoicatiiiK (1m rit ..
sea af which Utmdache ia the uiuuriug iudeA. .
BatDGKT. MtMUJtvnnla vnn fi 1,. .
oa ef Cephaltic Oloe, no, a bottle of Prepared Pilla,
" .m'V-1" uk uu J"" t naiin.r; out
perbapa veil be altber knowing what it is. Ye see
sin's uigb dead aud m ne with the Sick ilfa.iiu he,
aud wauu aouie more ef Ibat aain aa reJaiVed bet
p.Winaf. Ton mtut mean Spalding's Cphaltic
Bridttt.Ochl sure now and you've aed it, b.re's
tW about it ajtbu-.
ConatifiaiJoa r Caatlvrapa.
N- one of the " Many ills flesh Li heir to '
la so .-evalent, so little understood, and ao much
n.Klecled aa Cotivens. Ollon oncinalinz ia care
le.BUess. or sedentiu-v haltit.: it. a. rr..r.i.i -- -
sliitht disorder of too little consequence to eicitt
aniietr, while in reaiity it ia tbe precorsor and
companion ol nianf ot tbe most bual aud dauxerou;
diseaaes, and nuleu earlr eradicated it will ui iua
the auderer W an untimely arave. Among th
ilKbter evils ol whicb costivcuess ia tbe usual atten
dant are Head,i. he. Colic, ltiit'Uinatism, i'onl
creatn, riles ana omen ot like naturu, while a loin
train ol lr.tlnlul Jue, aucb aa llaliguat .ft,rs,
ipileiwy, Paraiy.i., iiyeteria, ilypochoudri..is,
Alulaucbolv. aud luHRIlilV. lir.L ,,I,.-UU ll..i. nru..
enoe in tbe system by ibis alarminit symptom. Kol
uulrequenlly thedisaMM named originate in Con
stipation, but take on au inaepeniient exi.teuce iu
Ir.s ihe cause ia erulicald iu an early stage. From
all these conside rations it iollows tbat the disorder
should receive immediate atu-uliou whenever it oc
curs, and no person should neglect to get a box fo
Crptiaillc Pills on the brst appearand, of ibe com
plaint, as their tiuielv use will .li.n..! t), i,..i.t, ......
approaches ot disease and destroy this dantferone loe
rhysician, WelL lira. Jones, how ia that
Afrs. Jeaas. Gone I Doctor, all gona t tbe pill yoo
sent cured me in just twenty niiuut., and I wish
you wuuia aenn more so tbat I can have them handy.
PAlSK'iaa. ITou can ant th.ni .t anv IlmD..ti
Call lor Cephaltic Pills, 1 bud tbey never UiL, and I
,ci.uimcuu iiirui iu ancasesoi txeauacue.
Afrs. Joaet. 1 Shall aMnrf fnr l ,v ,w,.
shall tell ail my sulleriug friends, lor tbey are a
Twintt Millions o Dollabs Satko.
Hr. Snaldinff hiia sli1 l.n mltlinn. nf ts.,ttlM. 1,1.
celebrated Prepared (ilue aad it ia estimated tba'
each bottle saves at least ten d llars worth oi brc
ara urniiure, inus miln an airgreffate of twenty
Bullions of dollars rtaimod trout toul loss ly this
val'iable invention. Uaviug made bis Glue a house
hold word, he now proposes to da the world still
greater service by curing all the achinK beads with
bis Cephaltic Pills, and if they are as good a his
Ulue. Headaches will kn v.i.l fi i
Ba,0Taa Kxcitkmixt, and the mental
care and anxiety incident to close attention to bu
siness or study, are among the nunitruus rauxes of
.,,. .ieaiacne. ran disordered state of mind A
buoy incident to this distressing complaint is a fatal
tiluw to all enertrv and Mini,,, imt jimr...., 1.0 o...
disorder can always obtain spedy reliuf frem these
ditreaing attacka by using on or the Cephaltic
i ills whenever tli.symptouis appear, ltquieta the
overtasked brain, aud soothes tbe strained aud jar-
. ' i ' reiaieeine tension or the stomach
Whicb also aocomnaliieManil asuruvit... ik.J.......
fd condition ol tbe braiu.
V irr wniTn ITvnwTvn c, ;..'. n u
llc are a certain enre for Sick Deadacha, Bil-
. ,wu. uwuKiw, iKJsuveaesS ana
GEKiT Piscovert. Amone the lnott im-
prtant of ail tha m-ntt m.wllo.1 ii..Da.i... n .u,.
s'e may be oihi.t- 1 tli?sj ieni of vaccination lor
Prt-''on trom Small fox, the Cephalic Pill for re
lief ot Headache, and then.e of Uuimne tor liie pre
vention of fevers, either of which Is a sure specilic.
whose benefits will be experienced by enfferiiis bn
manity long alter their discoveries are fcirgolien.
tt5yDid Ton ever have theSirt TTea.1iLebp?
Do yon rememher th. thrnlT,!n0 i.mni.
edhruw. tbe loathin and disirnst at the sight ot
luo uuut you were ior pieasnre, con
versation or stndy. One ol the Cephalic Pills would
nave relieved you from all the suffering which yon
then experienced, for this and other pnrposos yon
should always have a box of them ou band to tateas
v),, CURE j:
.Bytheoseof these Pills the periodic attacks ol
Nervomaar Sick Hsdache may be prevented: and ii
taken at tbe eummeuoenieni of an attack itunteaiate
it i lot trom pain auu sickuees will oe otlaiut.-d.
Thev seldom fnil In remitvins the iS .inni nr aVartJ.
acAe to which imalee are subject.
i ney act gently upon tue bowels, removing Cost-
or Litorarv Men. Simden. IVlicat rt.mJM. and
all persous of aedniary kabtts, they are vaiuaole as a
Laxotit, Improving the a p petit, sriving ton aud
rtsyor to th digtvtiveorgans, and restoring .the nat
ural eituM iruj sirugiu oi tne wu"ie system.
The t'siPiiA LIO PILLS are the result of ion in
vestigation aud caretnliy conducted ezperituenta,
having been in use many years, during which time
they have prevented aad relieved a vast amount of
pain aud sullering trom Heada be, whether origina
ting in the asnrotu BVtm or fr..m ax derainarul ait at a.
They ara entirely Tegetable In their composition,
and may be taken at all times witu perioct safety
without makintr auy rhan of diet, and tbe absence
ol any diiLagret-atil tast rudxa it asy to adminia
w ' tntrin vo cuiiuren
EWARE OF COPHTEBFElTs !
Tha tannine hav lv sUrnatnres or Haarr C. Spal
ding on each Box.
arnold by Druggists and all Dealer la Medicines
A Boa will b sent by asail prepaid aa receipt ol
Peice 25 Cests.'
Alt order, shonld be addressed to
HISBT C. BPAtDIKO,
. - , a la.
mx-SMkim&aisiEi9iBJiiaWbi a sd itasM
GREAT EXTERN AL REMED T,
BAKtin, HTIrir NEl'K AMI JmIMs,
PKA1NS, BB1'1KS, CITS Mill r,,
WoLMis, PILES. 11KAD-AC1II-:,
A Nil ALL
EOR ALL OF WHICH IT la A
speedy and certain rnMy,eiid nevvr tails. Th!t
lueut is prepared from the rn;ipe ef Dr. Ktepheu
hw.l, of O'iiUwUi ut, 1 1st utmous tii-setter, aak
hns been us'd in bis pruciic for more than tweui
years with the most touilung succuss.
A4 AS ALLKV1ATOK OK PAIN, tt is nnrivaJat,
by any prcp.rathm i tore tho public, of which tlx
m-xU akfpiual tuity te convluced ty aoingh truii.
Ttiifi Liiiiuittut will cur rupi'llf and rsdicaii:
Rheumatic iiisordvrs of every kind and in thus
Sands of catea whore it had twolt uated it has new
been knoun to lad.
ri M hKl itALUIA, It will arord iramediat St
IiI iu every inina, bovever distrtMsiii.
It will relieve tbe wort as ot ii EADACH. fc"
three minuuw. and is warrauled to do :t.
TooTllAClilL aleo will it rare iBstaniiy.
rtK NEK VoL'H pklHJLlTY AM
LAChiTL lhl arieinc T"ni iuipruuenoe or eaot4t
this Liniment is a most Uitppy nuu mi tailing reine-i
At;tiiiB (j Irecll y upon tbe uervons lissu--i. It ntrtruau.'
eus and reiviCu the systeta, auti reatort it to eus
Lie i t y qu vi cur.
roil PiLK.S.-As an evt-rnal remedy, welaL7
that it ia the beat kuowu. and wa challenge lb
world to produce an t-uu-iL tvery victim of this
dint reading couiplaiut suould Kive it a I rial, for it
will not fail to aitord linueiiiate relief, and m a ua
or ity ol ouws will -rtr-m a it .du al cure.
QUI Nh Y AN l uKK Til UOAT arv sometiniea ex
tremely malignant and dang rou. but a tinieiy ap
plnation ol this Liuimeut aill uever tail to cure.
ISI'KAIS are so u.etunee very obstinata, and en
largement ot the joints is Uaa1 U occur is aegtectou.
The worst case uiy be cout.ujnU by this Liuimeut
In two or three days.
Bruise, Cuts, Wounds, Soree, CIcera, Barns, anl
Scalds, vis-Id ra-Kjlilv to tJie ut.ntltTlul ti.-HltLir ornr-
ertieeol OK. HWiCfcTS 1 N FALLIBLE L1MMLN i
wheu used according to directions. Also, Lhiiblaiiis.
frosted feet, aud insect iiites aud fHiugs.
EVERY HOUSE OWNER
should have thiri remedy at hand, tor Its timely usn
at the first appearauo of Isameuusa will eilectcall
preveut lUjm tormidaule aiaearts, to which ail
horses are luble, and which rtul. r so many other
wise valuable nor nearly wort tilers.
urer Sour nuaajed voluutary testimonials to tut
wonderful cnraiive properties of this Liniment have
been received withiu the last two years, aud many
of them from perains iu the biaihest ranks ot liie.
To avoid Imposition, observe the signature and
likeness of Dr, Srephsn Swet on every label, anU
also "Stephen bweei Iutallibl Limmeut" bloau
in the glass of each bottle- without which noue are
genuine. BICUAUDaON CO.,
Sols Proprietors, Norwich, Ct.
Fur sale In Cleveland by W tu. kkata, Strong and
Ajuiattroug, and by ail lr.uggisU. . supJ.:iAaioud.w
THE OJS'LY DISCOVERY
Worthy of ant Confidence Foa
the bald and the gral
AfANY, SINCE THE GEE AT
11 1 disrovery of Prof. W ood, have attempted aot
only to imitate his restoratives, but pro less to have
discovered something that would produce results
identical; but they have all come and ff'jne, being
carried away by the wonderful results of Prot. Wooci 's
preparation, and tiave been forced to luave th held
toils reuintiate sway. Kead tne tolioa iiig :
Batu, Millie, April U'th,
Paor. O. J. Wood St Co.: Gents: The letter I wrote
you in IkM concerning yoor valuable Hair Jtestota
tive. and a hich you have published iu this vicinity
aud elstjwlitfre, has given rise to numerous inquiries
touching the lacts in the carte. The enquiries are.
first, is it a fact of my habitation and wuu, as stated
iu tiie oouiinuuicaLioU , ate.'ulid, in it true ot aii there
in coutaiut-d ; third, docri uiy hair still coiinue to
be in good onler and of natural rrdor ? To all 1 can
aud do answer invariably ee. ftiy hair is even bet
ter than iu auy stage of iny life lor -to years past,
more soft, thrifty, and better colored 'trte pauie is
true of my whisKera, aud the only cause why it i
ut generally trut, is that the substance ia washed
oft by frequent al lutiou of the lace, hen if care were
used by a iping the face in close connection with the
whickers, the sasie result will follow as the hair. J
have been iu receipt of a great number of letters from
all parts of Saw h. upland, asking me if my hair stili
continues to he good ; ae there is so much fraud iu
the manufacture and sale ot various cotnpouutis as
well as this, it has, no doubt been basely imitated
and been used, not only without any good edect, but
to absolute injury. 1 have not used any of jour b
storative of auy account for some mouths, aud yet
my hair is as good as ever, and hundreds hava ex
amined it with surprise, aa 1 am aow 61 years old and
aot a gray hair iu niy head ar ou my lace; and to
prove this tact, I send you a lock ol my taajr taken
off the past week. 1 received your favor of two quart
bottles last summer, for which I am very grateful ; 1
gave it to my trieudat and tnereby inducted them to
try it, mauy wereaikepiical uutil after trial, and then
need it with auiversal success. 1 wilt ask as a favor,
that you send me a tost by which 1 can discover fraud
in to KostoruUva, sold by many, 1 fear, without
authority from you. A pure article will insure suc
cess, and 1 believe where good ettects do not follow,
thafaimr! caused by tu uupur article, which
curses tbe iuveutor of the good. 1 dtvm U my duty
as heretofore, to keep you apprised of the continued
ptWct ou my hair, as 1 assure all who enquire oi me
of my unshaken opinion of its valuable results.
I remaiu, dear sirs, yours, A. 0. BAl'MOND.
AAkWNs KuW, Ky. Nor. 30, IsSjS.
Prof. Wood Bear Hit: 1 would certainly be aoin
you a great injustice not to make known ip the world
the wonderful, as well as the unexpected result 1
epMrit-Dcd frotii using on boTTlk of your hair Ke
storaUv. Alter using every kind of Kusiorativee
extaut, but w ithout success, aud finding my head
nearly destitute of hair, I was finally induced to try
a bottle uf your Hair Keetorative. Now, candor and
justice compel me to announce to wluever may read
this, that I now possess a new and beautiful growth
ot hair, which 1 pronounce richer and handsomer
than the original was. i will therefore take occasion
to recommeud this mvalvauie remedy to ail who may
feel the necessity of it,
Respectfully yours. Rev. S. ALiRN BROCK.
P. tt. Tins tostwnouial of my approbation tor your
valuable niediciue ,as you are aware cf) is unsolici
ted, but if you think it worthy a place- among the
rest, insert if you wish; if uutdosuroy aed say no
thing, tours, tc.. Rev. S. B. A.
The Restorative is put np in hotUg of three sizes,
vie : Large, medium and small ; the mall holds h
Suit, and retails tor oue Uoiutr per tule; the me
ium lnltls at lea-it twenty p-T cent more in propor
tion than the small, retails tor two doilare per bottle;
the largw hoidw a goart.40 per cent, more iu propor
tion and retails for three dollars pr bottle.
O. J. WOOD at CO., Proprietors, No. 444 Broadway
Kew York, and No. 114 Market street St. Louis, Mo.
JVor saie by aiuoug fe ArrustrtJiia', aad DruK?its
and Fancy Goods DtaTers gtueniiiy . sepdawKJ6
GJiUIE FAiliLiY LKiPOKS.
WM. B. M0BKH01SS A CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealer ia
Brandies, Wines, Gins and Seoaks,
T)EG LEAVE TO CALL THE
I) attention of the citizens of the United States
o their Pure Hi nee and. Lhinors, put up under their
own eupei i.ion, for Kamiiy and Jir ii 'inal ii.e, in
.ses assorted to colt ciMtomers. Vlnbs, Military
aud other public bdioe, who retjuire to purr'ia-e in
l.trge or small quantities, in ca k or bof.les, a rll be
liberally deslt witb. Price r.ir avent n apiiratiwa.
OLD MOKLiJ'lbai hli'MiUs.
UftCfiuiineiithO Uy tiie brut phyncians a the hea
remedy known ftr DvH-psi:i, lndifrstion. Debility
uu H iSurvoB' iMst-ases. A a teiaet It ia puro,
auoifHoiue. and ilirioits to the taste,
gold by all Druggits.
V at. B. MowaUOl'E A ro.,Proprs,
3i b Kxchanee Place,
rets -ago" Jersey L'lty, . J.
MEDICAL AND TOILET
'PUIS BOOK CONTAINS KEC1-
I i'KS and directions for making all tbe arnet
vidnahle aietlieat preparations in use; also Reeipee
and lull and explicit directions lor nmLiiig all t'v
most popular aii'l usehil Cosuiet r-rtum-fl. Un-
fuenu, Uair KestoratiTes and ail Toilet ArtK W-s.
t you are sullrritg with auy chrouiodiseaee it yoa
widh a beautiful complexion, a due hkad of hair, a
smooth face, a clear kin. a luxuriant beard or mous
tache or ii you wish to know anything aud every
thing in the Medical aud T.itef liut, yu shnld, by
all means, peruse a copy of th botk. ffov tall par
ti-uiara, and a sample of the work tor perusal, ttrea
address the publisher,
. T. T. CHAPMAN,
Mt3u:3JQ 831 Broadway, New York.
MATHER'S ANODYNE C0R1U
AL. An antidote for Ih'seuterv. Diarrboea.
Cholera- Morbus, liervoiie i'rolradons.
Cranip in tbe 6toma b. Ac, one of the tval rt-na-dle
known. For SAlw by Mronir A Armslronf, . F.liar
loni. and C. t. AIcK.ii7ae s Dm Slores. . '
ttaT-Trj it anl run will always keep it on Mnd.
OLD SACHEM BITTERS
XHESE DELICIOUS AND FAR
FAMED Bitter are recomm m ed by th first
dcianiof the country, on account ot th-ir PU
RITY ASOGRKAX MtDlGINAL VIRTU a,.
They are pleasant as nertar to the tavtte, and are
pronouueed the BEST TONIC AND Sl'lilULANT
evwr otJered to the pnhllc.
Their curative powers in rwee f OEVFKAL DE
BILiTi, LOSS Of APPKTilK, CONSTIPATION.
Ac, are nnparalicled, aud w- a iruaraaiea that we
feel warranted in claiming what we do. we beg leave
tosbtte ttuuo-irai-rtious are tui'Tied oy
Prof.MLMMAN.of ate C'eira,
. ' Prot 11 A fc 3. of Masaachuset ta,
anfl hundred of others.
SaP kortal by Htroti Armstrong, aad by Gro-
oerat w lua Aercuauu, ana ' ktuw i ij.
fEWiitiiiV:' NEW- JEVVELK
1 A t io aisortraent, ut aew, jut received
COWT." 4 ro..
WA .- TbA beat Vara In America, bold
.1 Kit it - , 4 , V
SwesMi! 1 at'.
i i IjiUb. O.XiICEABOBOS'8 .
8 HERE Y WINEEITTER3.
Tha Celebrated New Rngland Rmiy In
HABITUAL C0NSTIPA TIOiS
Janodlce, foYer and Ag'ie, G-ueral Debility
andajl Dtsaaari.ii g uom aDis
ordered 3;mao. Liver
WE ASK THE ATTENTION OF
Tt, tra-leaud the miilic to this loss; tested
and Unrtvailed freparati.au. Is is what err i aia
ilr stiould keep on hand, a
VALLABLK llLDNISAL TOVKI
The iollowina, hrom tiie lMdma Lrniii.ta ol Bos
ton, is proof of lis viliitt, u anica ae ooaid add
many latter from the West :
We, tn nnde.-siaed, wnolsaal dealer !a Dmgs
and Mun:iues m Diet, ity ol io.l.;u, tier.by oerlily
that ws hats within th. past tw.i.ry ya-, mJX
auan titles of Dr. 8. O. ku nardson s mk L SK f 1 .. ;
fcli Ilta, aad ws Ulta pleasure in teelninf tliat
tnat they nniveraatly fiv.n salsa. t-ia t. 0'ir rus
taaisrs ; the oonstiuit aad regular deaiand tor it ba
it a stanilaid and mdwpeimitt.i. arlici. to onr
stork. It la on.of tbs lni.,.t,tai-lisywl meilu iu a
ia N.W llnlaad. ana also oewot ta i.t sitcosestni.
and ws do noi hf.itas.io racooilaenait asaiaeUMaiisi
ol uitnuslc merit.
Charles V. i-eor A Ca. Heaskaw A Ctr.
i.rown Anspp, Vera. A totter.
Bam 1 N. A illiaot A. v-i"on, sai. jenk A
Carter, Coicord Preston, Geo. o. UoodwLn a Co
Burr, foster A Co. '
BosloB. April l.Mn.
SOLD BT p&UOOUilii Evt&TViHUHH.
Jric ,j Cent pr BolL.
J. K. UAKitM a W i r-.prl. o.,
. C'incianatt, U., (or ttn ,ro sum
SOLD UOLKciALi; AND RETAIL I
t S. U AI'K KS.i ti an
WILLIAM Kl-R K, do
.. W. Al.KUll'i.li, d
hTUO'i A Ak.Ms'i SONfJ. do
W. A. GKAUAM, hr, inny
u . L . t-u.,. n iu. x.i.wrs are sold by
CbutrntU . Uruiher.
VEGETABLE PAIN KLLL,h.
Familt Medicim or rat AgjIII
rPAKEN INTERNALLY IT
X Lures Hudden Obis, Cong ha, Ac, WMakhior.
acn, beueral Itebmty, iSursiug bore Mont n, Lao k.-r
Llv-r CompKuit, by spepsia or IniiirftHuori. Craaie
aud Pain iu -Nmach, Bowel Oomptaii, Painter
Lohc, Asistii ''holer, Itiarrhcsa and L ' n ir.
APPL. -i DXTKit ALL Y CLUm
JrrSons, Boils aud Old Sores, I4evere Bnrus and !-THlda-
Cuts, Bruiees and Spraiun, (jweiUng of tHe Joints.
Ringworm and Tetter. Broken bcemel; ro-td
Feat and CbiUblmns, Toothacu, Paa i th lac.
tteH iBternaJIy shouid he adulteratew with mrrk or
water, or made iai a syrup wito molasae. for a
Cough a few drops on sucar eaten wul be more ef
fective than anytnitig sis.
iSte Jrmted Direction.
The Pais Kuxsa Is by universal censent ailoweu
to have won for itself a repntatieu onsurparasd m
tue history of medical preparation. Its intaAne
ous etluct in the entire eradication and exuacuon o
Paia, in all its various forms incidental to the bn
DiaQ fcuaiiy, and th uusohcitxd wnttajo aad veryi
Utetiiiiouj yf tne mes ua its lav or. hav iAb and
are its own beet advertisement.
w hat stronger proof of these -act sea a be produced
than l lie following letter, received iinsoiicited. lrom
BjfV. W. B. JACOBS:
i awaac,. Ai. J ., Jana Ath, iHbU,
Messrs. Perry Dart JHOerUrmm; A i low me,
nnsolicited. to eand you a word ei commendation ht
your Pain . liter. 2 hve need it in my umny the,
several yeara and found it ail it claims to bo. 4'or
Rheumatism. Loo aha. Oolds. Bum. -hnUr rai,,Un.
ciee and dHfeculues, weii as aisease ge i frail ILwil
prevail id tHmiliea, 1 returd the pan, as be
yond all price, and as euicactons beyond any aiedi.
cine within my knowledge. V ieep it as onr tine
family tuedKine., and hmi its um in oruiiiary case
worth mora than auy loctor. Tbe te-: ; men y o
others among my acunaintaucesanff trienas, isetjual
iy tavorabi. Many Clergymen harv spokei. oi it ia.
th highest terms as a family me!icine. Missiona
ries iu repeated insiaicea) have stud to me iu per.a
anJ iu th:r Otters, tiiat that Pain Ivili'j- aas If lar
ttie best metlicin u-d in beat baa lands, ant tney
us it tor thttuiseires aud tamdiea, anJ aiaiujisU'r it
to others around them. Thus mucu I am inclined
to say as an act of justice to yuurBeWee.aud as a teu
eat to others. Y'u are at liLei iy to ue tins teeii
moauta.lXotauy service. Lov, W. L. jAU'bs,
Late uiiur CLinstiAU Lhron.
BEWARE Or" ALL iMiTAIiCiSsl
Th) i'ain Killer u wid by all respeitaole Lrueif(rt
throughout tiie U. tis And in k oreia CotiLtrtes
i'netja 25 cents, 50 evrttj, and $i per ho uie.
J. N. UAURJS CO.. Cincinnati, O ,
Proprietors for tue Southern and Wetm S.atoa
bold VViioleaaJe and Ketail by
Oaylord k Hammoni, Wn. Ptske, Strong A Arm
stronn, C. I. 41a kruziu, il. W.2acaridx,Clvend,
risl Pr- everywhere. augl
CaiNKsa and Salt liHzuat Sxktjp,
roa thi or
Oacker, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Schrcfolona
iisenaea. Cutaneous jtrupUvTis aad ev
ery kind of Lijeae anfiijjg
- from an impure state of
The mot Effective Blood Purify oj th Nine
TT IS THE FKESCKIPTI0N OF
L o Educated Physician, and all who are arllicted
a ith any of che above named diseases, should use it
without delay, it will an v the dianasea trom tha
ay stem, and wh-n onout on Uie blua a lew appli
cations of Dr. Weaver
CJERATK, OR OlSTMU(T,
aad yon have a perui.titent Curr
The t KHATa I proved itself to be the best Oint
ment ever iaveuted, and where nc used, it has
never been known to tail f etiectiug a permanent
cureof old iores. Tetter and Rinworui, 6aid iieadj,
CbillbUine, and rrost Bilee. Barber's itch. Chapped
or Cracked Btuxm or Lips, Liotch or Puna. ou
Uie t'mctx. And f- -r
the Cerate ! the only thing required to cur, it
snould be kept in the house of every Family.
Price, Orate 25 Cents per Bottle
Sold bt Most Mediclnb Dealers.
... J- N. iiARRX? afc C-' Proprietors,
for Western !tarrs. Cincrnnati, Oblo.
To whom all orders far th above AleUKtuea must
Bold Wholeftale and Betail by
OaVlOnl A HamiataeiKl. fl ft Mackr.Ti.i W ' ITiL..
E. W. ba. a,rior, nd htrug A Aiaistroug, Cv'
landuhio; Roberts A samuel, (.ohimbue; s . A. Ora
ham, tiandugkr; Carter Brother, line, Fa. mte4
Weaver's fM.il Kheum Syrup and Cerate, m sold by
ChurL-hill jt Brotber'
Compound ErraAcrr of Sarsaparilla.
the moat sfferml remedy which the medical skill ot
our times can devhw iur this everywhere prevailing
aud fatal mala- y. It is comtrtned from tho moat ac
tive reiuediais ttmt have beei discovered lor tbe ex
purgation ol this aoul dis.irur lrom the blood, and
the recicue of the syatem from its destructive conse
quences. Hence it sUould bo employed lortliecure
of uotoiieV scrofula, but also tho-ae other aih-.tn.ns
whicu anaa trom it, sucn as Kidptiti miMiiN
11SKAHK, OT. Af HOST'S fc'ltlt, buKB, OC k tttol Pt-
LArt, PiHrLmt, PtsrtLas, BlotchivS. Ht.a..k --l
Boils, Tl'omi, TzTTta and ..r.T Kuu: , Kiid
Heo, Kisiiwttin, kna'HA run. btpkiliti'" and
-UB&ci'EiAi, iJisstasss UaoPT, lTi-Mt4. hnnn
itv, and inde-d, an. dmifLAifT armum! iluM
Vitiati oa 1m hi r k RlooP. Tb penlaw bi.e.) in
"liujiunt ot tue blood" ia timniUi ia toth, tor
acrotiita is ativTeuerai.ioR of' tr btoo-i. Tne irtic
u'.ar puri s auu virtue ot true earn-iparilia la to pn
rity and r-ireni it tttie vitni ;tni a nj,.it t:rhi
iinu heaith is iu.pobau.ivi in containiuated luju
A YES'S AGUE CURE,
roa tub gpsEcr ltbs or .
Intermittent Fever, or Fever and Agui, R mit
ten Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb Ayve, It
nodical Headache, or BilUou MeaJ-
ache, and BUtma Fevers, indeed,
for tte vhule clou nf-Dit-tates
originating in bi- '
taused by th
Miarmatic Comtries. J
ScaoFULA, oa Kino's Evil,
TS A CONSTITUTIONAL DIS-
JL EASE, aoorruptionof th hlood, by whi.-h tbia
u.nd hecoJiiee vitiated, weak, and por. Being iu
the circulation, it pervades the wti, le boIv, aud may
burst out tu disease oa auy parv of it. So tran is
tree from its atun -its, nor is there oue whuh n may
not destroy. The semfuicus t:t:t is .riously
caused by mercurial disease, low living, diwdered
or unhealthy food, impure air, tilth ana niihy Deb
its, the depresiu.r vices, and. uot qjl, ty the vene
real m tax lion. V hatever 1 iu origin, it is heredi
tary in th constitution, desseuthng "tn-m parents
to children onto the third and fourth gnration;'
indeed, it seems to be the rod of iiim a ua sas, 'I
will vinit tha iui'.uttie of the faUters upon their
ifeeUtfctaoommencaby depositinB friw. the biood
of corrupt or ulcerous matter, winch, in cue iuuew,
liver, and internal orgair, is tatrm.'sl tuoercle,; m
the g lands, swellings; and on the duriace, eruption
or sores. This foulcorruption, winch genders in the
hlooi, dpreetMW th enargie A tile, kj tbat scrofu
lous Constitutions not only nutter from arriilil.,.a
complaint, but jboy have far les power towuh-
si.ti.t. tito s vi i,:itsr uiaeae-; Coneejiteuty
vaait nutubors perish by duKHMera wbicit, althQti
uot siTfulous iu thir nature, are oi;ii rii irtxl ta
tal by this taint m tlu svsteia. Mwt ,i t
sumpuou w tilth tie. unaies tit uaiuau Lirauy hs its
origin directly In tl.i-, svrot'ah.i. tvmiiiiiiHAiiou;
ana many deatrnctite diwawi sti lir, k:uaya,
brain, aud, indeaei, i-i an Ui orgaus, tuim ;roia or
are aiaTavated by id. t.,nie cau-.
On quarter of all oi.r o-pi are soroftiltviai their
Persotui are mvaued b bAAaS lurkiug liiiectioii, aud
their heaith ia uiim. rimUed by il. Tj i'!, u tr.io
the system we uiul i . novat tile bl od t-T aa anera
live mediciite. aud ilt ikxi.ie c Lv ht-iuuii lood and
eit'rt'ie. Such a m du-ine we supply In
w ar enabled itds to odrjr ue munitcmy Ta
remedy a lsich, a ui:. .L cure Uie aoo i oiupiAinia
with certain ry, is p .it pers tly harrnU-is i'i ay
)ianttty. teULU a rinedj w rnvaluaao.a iudaatru is
where- tbeee aia-t.i dioruvrs prA1; , ibis
t'iKR" expels tiif mijomnc p"i"fn of f's"Ka an
AtH'B from tae hvhi- ui, and preveuu La tivelcp
nicut of tbe diiea.-o, il Uaen ou the tirst ai'vroat Q
of its premoniiorv niptm3. It is not outy trio
beat reinedi eer e .... i ovaaied fi-r this cians ot com
piainu, t:t arsotw m-pet. 'Ihe large qnan.ty
we supply for a U -i riugs it within in r-. tt'.'t
Lvry txidy; and i Pttrou dintrit ts, wh-ra t aivta
asa A'. is prartaila very hotly aliouid have it aud
a-te it freely txHn lor a "-ure and Drotwuion a irt..t
superiority oi this rvavouy or auy other u'i
cored for the dplj and certain cure i.'f luurimu
tents is that it eonmiris no guinme or n, m-nl, ct-n-eiueutly
it proaoces no t)utui!ua -w oth-r mjuru u
eflc-v.U whatever up.. n lueoi ti-iiituti.'B. 1 ti -"e-cured
bv it are tlt as heaitahV a if Ehev hi larar HaaI tl
ov-r and Ague is n.'t alone the connefjuenc of
the utasiuic pnacn. A great variety of msordera
arise troiu its irritation, amoiig whit-L are A ' ii,
khmtmattam, Uouiy Hea4ah; Bu l mhmu s9
AViroca;, IMturrh, Atmx,-tKtpttutMm j'unti A fen
(Mm, oj lU aV.rii, J-tyfCcrics, I'am hi U4 'aVaS, tucr.
ParaipMs, and J antfrritrtU M .VomaiJ-, aii I
wtaicU, wiieii origiuaiiug IB this cauae, put on th
murmy'Umttrrm or eoeouie priodicai. In is " Cca1
I t the p. itfoa from tfw blood, and ovo sei4 te a y
cuna th.-tw all alike. It ts aa mvai'ieoie prouctioo
ro uumigraDt aiid perfoua gravelling or te'nrMrtxuy
reeitiuiai in tne mAi.irioos di-,irK ts. If take orca
jtiMiaity or diuiy a hileip)eed to tne infection, mat
will te execrated from the system, and i-auual seen
aiuiulai iu sutticieut (juajDty to ripen into tliseA.
Ueua. it is e.en more vnitnMa t;r prot ert wit tUso.
cure, and few will ever sader mm Internii' f
th-T.ail uiaiiuvlrea ot! U pro lectio, uus t9CXmij
Zuvd Hy Jn 4A, Ana Co., LraZl, k M.