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.UOSDAV KllllMMl. NOV. ZU 1SV.
A CITY OF 180,000 Population Bombarded
and Burned be an English First Without
driving the Customary Notice to Remove
the Women and Children!
- Ever mace the rebellion broke oat, John
Ball, thai rrealeat cf Pecksniffs, hat beta
taking the North to tasV far imagined
cruelly practiced bv our officers and sol
diers. Ignoring the faols thit British gold
wu jaid to the Indians for the scalps of onr
aaeeitors daring the war of the Revolu
tioa: that they were employed to mtsaaore
defecoeless American priaonera after, the
battle of the River RtUin; that Brit'uh
army of vandals bnrned onr National Cap
itol, a act trash, as Bonaparte never wi
guilty of; that Sepoy prieoners were mas
eaored by thousands, and blown from
cannons, the Eaglish press, from the Lou
don Times down to the one-horse oountry
ppor, with a fow honorable exceptions,
have kept up a constant whine about the
famous but Tory proper order of General
Batler, and General Gi'lnureVGreek fire.
The venerable carcass of Mr. Bull fairly
alii with the oil of benevolence, and one
w tu'J tilnk from reading hie papers, that
h S909.-po!l2ed all the spirit of humanity,
and that the rest of the world were simply
Ti show the cua'.ing hypocrisy of the
!uiied p ew of England, we will only
rfr to me mmt erael an I barbarous ac
evr i?-rj trat.id by a na'ion pretending to
be at a.:i ij.i:2i the resent bombard
ra;j'. ; i u ag of tho city of Kagostm
la Jijaa ay a U itinh flest, utiJ-ir th
o-unuaJ of A iji'ril upor. This brutal
User, i:!oat giving the customary
aa.ice to remove lbs women aud children.
bombarded and bnrnt a city ocisUining
popalatioa of 130,090! The amount of
Kiaery that inflicted upon that viae popn
latloa oaa b imagined by reading the fol
lowlag extract from a communication pub
lished by Mr. Charles Carton ia the Lon
It needs ao stretch of imagination to
conceive the horrors of that day m toe
tawn of KagOttima. Being built of wood
and paper, wherever a ehell lighted the
Btroae must Instantly have spread far an
wide. 1 he Iowa contained 18U.IHW peo
pie, and in the awful consternation with
whloh that vast multitude mnst have been
Mixed, with fires biasing forth in all parts
of the town, and shells bnreting amoD
them, it ia impossible to ho-.e that there
was not frightful loss of life (and that by
the most terrible or deatne) among taeohu
area, the aged, aod the aiok ; and snok hor
rors might, of aonrse, have been foreseen,
with a hurrioane blowing at the time,
which oould not but kindle the flames to
. . Bat I fear the loss of life at the mo
meat was but a small part of the misery
that must haveensoed. fancy a multitude
of 180,000 men, women aad children, sod
denly driven from their homes, utterly
penniless, without food, without shelter
How were these poor wretches to be kep'
from starvation even for a single week ?
Where was the charity that oould save
" them? And whit can become of the sur
vivors duriog the winter? Let it be re
Mmbertd that, as t Quarterly Review
ays, " wooilen rood 3 had, of all English
- pralacta, the fairest prospect of meeting
with a steady demand ia Japan on acoount
f the eevere cold in the winter." And
brw terrible it is to reflect that the horrors
Wore mainly inSicted after the resistance
' even of these batteries had virtually
esased, and when the town tay utterly ue
Zenoeleas before our guns t
The history of tMs affair can be summed
Bp Urns : Sometime last summer an Eng.
lishman by the name of Richardson was
murdered by a Japanese. Admiral Kuper
.. ailed with his fleet to Keg-osima and de
manded of the authorities indemnity to
the amount of $123,000 and the delivery
Into Lis hands of the murderer. The
Japanese Government declined, either
from inability to find the murderer, or be
aauaw it thought the demand was enjuet.
Thereupon the Admiral opened his fire sp
a the hapless city. tr
The cruelty and isj usiiee of the course
panned by the Admiral eaa be realized,
whea it is borne in mind that thousands of
tnnooent msn, women and children, in
cluding the sick and helpless, were abolute-
ly ilaughteid, and a population of 130,000
rendered homeless at an inclement season
. of the year causing the death of immense
numbers by starvation, all to avenge the
murder ef a solitary Englishman, who
perhaps brought on his end fcy his own in-
To show the absurdity bfthe demand
Made by the Adnuxal r'.ii -
Japanese wa. English
men la cgland, and a Japanese Seat
shoeid sail to Liverpool and demand a
heavy indemnity aad the delivery of the
murderers. Would the English ajcadi to the
Tno Eagiish press so far has kept a dis
creet silence un the matter, it being so
muca occupied in endeavoring to find oases
of eruel ty in our war. The Times publiBu-
d Mr. Buxton's communication denounc
ing the inhuman act, but not one word el
itoriatiy s,it'aet it.
J'-i.i HuTl a .&rnf h trifto Kn, -
Au; u.e i i of a aim l. Ija. .;
the Women and Children! The Great Erickson Gun.
I .:e rcit giff, wnich has been for
acnthx ia csu:-4 of coiuirucion for the
Ifavy by Mr- Juha:icson,arrivcdatNew
Tork a few days ago, and is now at one of
the iron works beiog prepared for servioe.
Mr. Erioseon contracted sometime since to
construct feme 13-ineh smnoth-bore guns,
whloh are to have much greater initial
velocity taaa any bow ia use. He is to
receive nothing for them ttaleti they burn
over 0 pounds of powder for every
pound of powder beyond 60, Mr. Ericsson
if to receive $500. He is confident of
being able to bora 100 pounds. . The solid
shot wUI weigh 200 pounds. The English
68-pooider (of 12,600 pounds,) said by his
Eoyal Highness, the Duke of Cambridge,
to be the most powerful gun ia the British
sriee, with 16 pounds of powder (nearly
is-fourth of iha charge,) baa aa initial
rebcity of 1.8J0 feet par feooad, tad,
therefore, a pnnchiog power against iron
plates of 27,O0,CO0 pounds. Tea rifkd
raoe, wiih ehargee of 1-10A to l-12ih cf
the shot, and the 15 inch gun wiih a charge
of 35 pounds to lie shot of 425 pounds,
hare velocities varying from 1,100 feet to
1,400 feet per second. The 300-pounder
Parrot has, therefore, a punching power f
42,000,000 pounds, and the 15-inch gun of
55,000,000 poinds. The new gun with a
75 pound charge (one-third of the weight,-)
will have aa great a velocity as the CS
pounder, and its punching power will be
53,000,000 pounds, or exactly double that
of the English gun. With 100 pounds of
powder its velocity should be raised to
2,000 feot, and its punching power will be
08,000.000 pounds. It would thus be far
the most formidable gun yet constructed,
"The President's Hymn."
The following beautiful and appropriate
hyma was written' by the Bev. Dr. Mubl
enberg, founder of St Lake's hospital, in
New Tork, and writer of the immortal
hymn, "I would sot live always." It has
been submitted to President Lincoln and his
consent was obtained to have it called "The
President's Hymn." it was more specially
intended for the coming Thanksgiving day,
for which it is admirably adapted. With
very little preparation it can be produced
in every Cburoh in the land :
GIVE THANKS, ALL YE PEOPLE.
Oi?e thanks, all ye people, give thanks to the
AUeluiae of freedom, with ioyful ccor! :
Let the E.ut ami the West, onh and Aouth roll
Sea, mountain and praine.one thanksgiving soog
Chorus after each verse.
dive tlnnk3, all ye pooplu, giro thanks to the
Alleluia of freedom with joyful accord.
For the atinhiae ftud raiof.11 enriching affnin
Our acra in mTnM. with trea-ures of grain
Fcrthe Krth still unloading uerinanifo 3 wealth
Fur lh nkie beaming f!or, the Winds breath
For the NMiouM wide table, o'erflom'ntrlvsnread,
Where tha many hare fea&ted an 4 ali have been
With no bondage their God-given rights to en-
But Literiy g.iarded by Justice tor all :
In the realma of the Anvil, the Loom and the
Yhwe the mines and the fields, to Uira grate
ful! v liow;
His Ihon M-ka and the herds, sing ye hill-sides
end v.ilw. :
Oa his fean domsins chant his namo with the
Of '.-r.mnieri-e and trutfi -. ve Nrinee. behold
Your rulies from tlmi W h'o.-lne silver an-l a-o!
tlpuiflreliii.-irKii r.f Labor, truelr.rrts of the oi
Ble ttie Great Master-Workman, who blesseth
P.rav man f onr forces, L;fo gnard of em coast
To vour Leedtr be loTsj. Jehovah f Hot :
Gi&w the btnpes and the Stars aye with victory
Reflecting H.s glory, He crowneth the right.
Nor shall ye through onr borders, ye stricken of
Or.lv waitina- Tonr dead, in tha ioT hnre no nart
God's solace be yours, aad for you there shall
AU that honor and sympathy's gifts csn bestow
wive man Ki
ln the Domes
of Messiah ye worshipping
Solemn litanies mingle with jubilant songa;
The Ruler of Natinna beseeehiDa: to spare.
And our Empiie sUll keeps the elect of His ears.
Onr guilt and transgressions remember no more:
feace, koia : rignteous reaoe, 01 icy guc w
And the Banner of Union restored by Thv Hand,
Be the Banner of Freedom o'er AH in the Land.
And the Banner of h oion, Ac,
A Grand Sean Mug. in England.
All England juet now is in a blase of ex-
oitement over a scandal cafe, in which no
less a personage than that " great states
man," Lord Palmerston, is mixed.
seems as ex-Irish clergyman by the name
of O'Kane has applied for a divorce from
his wife oa the ground of her being guilty
of too great intimacy with his venerable
Lordship, (he being of the youthful age of
eighty four only.) The ease, as a matter
of course, has created a vast amount of
talk. But bis friends most stoutly affirm
his innooence. Should he be proven guilty,
the probability is he will resign his posi
tion ia the Ministry, as it is stated the
Queen will tolerate none around her but
those who, like Caesar's wife, are above sus
pioion. Should he leave the Ministry, it
will result ia aa satire reconstruction all
owing to this gay old gentleman being led
Although Lord Palmerston's moral char
acter was never of the very best ia bye-
gone days, yet it is probable that the
eharges against him are fals;, and that ho
will prove himself Innocent. His great
age makes tha charge too ridiculous to be
Hon. S. S. Cox for Speaker.
The Ohio Statesman publishes a list of
forty Uemocratio papers in Ohio that have
expressed a preference Jor Hon. B. 8. Cox
as Speaker of the next House of Repre
sentatives in uonerees If !t were cossi
ble to have a Democratic Speaker for the
next Congress, there is no doubt but that
Mr. Uox would be the first caoioe of mae
tenths of the Ohio Democracy. Maditm
The idea of that little squirt Sammy
Cox occupying (net filling, for that wculd
be a physi eal mental impassibility,
tha Speaker's Chair, formerly filled by
Mohlenburgh, Clay, Polk, Banks aad other
eminent men, is too absurd. But should
he bv am gn - '
House be elected to that position, then we
shall expect the next step the House will
take win be (o select the best looking ape
ia Van Amburgh's Menagerie and eleot
him Clerk. In that case the organisation
ill be complete, and the Speaker and
Clerk will hvmm$e together perfectly.
The Original Draft of the Emancipation
The original draft of the Emancipation
Proclamation was donated by Mr. Linooln
to the Northwest 8snltary Fair, at Chicsgo,
and it was bid off by Thomas B. Bryan,
Esq , for $3,000, and by him presented to
the Soldier1; Home.. It is thus agaia sub
ject to a sale for the benefit of the Baored
It should be deposited in the Smithson
ian Institute by the side of the original of
the Declaration of Independence. It will
probably be purchased by the Chicago His
This gentleman has always been aa
old line Democrat" He is one of the
largest capitalists la New York oity. His
property interests, as well as the political
education, would incline him to a just con
servatismthat is, ia favor of a polioy
calculated to ooaserve the best interest of
the country. Mr. Cooper has! 11st publish
ed another stirring letter to the President,
ia which occurs tha following strong sea
teases: "I believe that the war of rebeHioa
would have been short, if, at the com
mencement of the struggle, a decided pol
icy ia relation to tha employment of ne
gro eonld have been adopted and sus
tained by the people of the North.
" To prevent them from bringing upon
onr country and the world such a calami
ty, onr government will be fully jastiSed
m holding out every inducement ti slaves
of rebels lojain our army to fight for their
Ireeuom and independence. Xhe policy of
employing the negroes in our defence, if I
am not mistaken, is' demanded by the
highest interests of the South, as well as
by the North.
" 1 believe that ten years will cot pass
before the peop'e or the south will ereot
monument to commemorate their deliver
euoe frcm the bligrt cf slavery.
"I, for one, envy not the man who, to
save a nation's life, will not say : " Per
ish Slavery perish all that stands la the
way of maintaining the freedom and in
dependence thatour Union was intended to
Who May Frank.
There would seem to be a determination
on the part cf a e'ass of correspondents
not to understand the requirements of the
postal act of last March, respecting the
franking privilege and the forms to be ob
served ia addressing matU-r entitled by
law to pass free in the mails:
Fiaar. No private citizen, high or low,
can send a letter or document of any kind,
or any other thing, to any officer or pub
lic man at Washington or elsewhere (ex
cepting to members of the United Slates
senate and House of Representatives,)
without prepaying the foil postage there
on, whether ench matter is upon official
business or otherwise, lie must prepay
letters to the President of the United
States, his Cabinet officers, and all others
in publio stations, with the above excep
tions. The franking privilege of mem
bers of Congress has not been materially
changed, and covers all correspondence to
and from them as heretofore.
Sscosd. All persons employed in the
government service may Bend tfiieial let
ters free to the departmental Washington
witn wmon iney are otucially connected.
and to no other department, provided they
write or print tbe words "omoial busi
ness " on tbe envelope of the letter, and
also eign their name and official designa
tion thereto. If these words or signatures,
or either of them, be omitted, such letter
must be sent to the Dead Letter 0E,
which, we regret to say, happens daily in
all la.-ge postoSces. Some of these un
lucky missives and parcels are addressed
to President Lincoln, the Secretary of the
wavy, beoretary of War, Adjutant Qoneral.
Quartermaster General and other high of-
nciais. no doubt some or them are writ
ten by private citizens (who, it basal-
reaay oecn saown, must prepay everything
tuey maii,j ana others by public oibcers,
wno, irom ignorance oi me law or oare
lessuess, do not comply with tbe .'pre
scribed modes or franking, or fail to con
fine their use of the frank to their own
departments. An officer of the army, for
instance, cannot send tree to the Navy
Depirtment, nor can a postmaster frank
to the treasury DeDartment.
The publication of the above informa
lion has the authority of the PoBtmaster
UeneraL U. 3. Mail.
Freaks of a Lunatic.
At three o'olock Sunday morning, a If
aatio named Robertson, aresidantof Brush
Valley, Indiana county rennsylvama, es
caped from his room in Dixmont Hospital,
bitting through a portion of the window
casinr, by which he was enabled to remove
the sash. He had bees in tho habit of
tearing his clothing from his person, and
had to be kept almost nude. When he got
window sasn removed, it became necessary
for him to olothe himself in some way.
large blanket was obtained, and with hi
teeth aad hands he tore a hole in the
blanket at one end and large enough to
admit his head. Two holes were then
made at proper distances, throngh which
hs thrust his arm. Ha then tore the
blanket np the centre, and with each half
covered his legs by binning the blanket
around them with strips torn off for that
purpose, ilis whole body was covered in
this way, even to his feet, over which a
portion of the blanket had been turned
and tied. He had taken offhis sbirtof red
fiinnel, of wh:ch he made a most comioal-
looking cap or turban. It was kept in
shape by weeds, which he had inserted far
In this wild and fantastic costume he
left the hospital, before daylight, and took
over the hi lis towards Allegheny. On the
way up, and wandering about for several
hours, he got very hungry, and stopped
at a little log house for breakfast. He
frightened the people alirost to death, and
they barred their doors against him. He
then went to one of the windows, and, ia
order to get rid of him, they handed him
out a large piece of bread, with which he
made off. "Toward the middle of the day
hs reached Allegheny, and the sensation
which he created may be better imagined
than desoriced. He wss soon after liken
in oustody by officer McKaio, and detain
ed in the Mayor s cilice until the afternoon,
when he was conveyed to bis old quarters
at Dixmont. While in the office he related
his adventures ia a very rational end con
nected manner, and was verv much am
used at the trepidation exhibited br the
peopie to wcom be applied tor breakfast.
ne snowed no viciousneis whatever, and.
although willing to go baok, he declared
ha would not remain there, at there was
nothing at all the matter with him.
How General Meade was
A private employed as a blacksmith at
headquarters was recently suspended bv
toe icumus to a tan pine tiee, and a nail
of cold water slowly poured upon his cran
ium by a man oa a ladJer Beveral ft;
above. He reoeived the ninlshraent with
as great a degree of complacency as could
be expected under the circumaUnoes, but
ttm exbinitea an apparent sense of humlli
ation which I think it impossible for even
the most stoical rascal to repress on occa
ua a i i -.r. n is cus
tomary in the army, when the weather is
severs, or when the men have undergone
laborious fatigue duly, to issue to them ra
tions of whiskey, the effeot of which ia
esmo instance, is to bricg out in bold re.
lief every selfish animal proclivity of man's
nature, leaving every oommenrtible attri
fcqte in the bscngronnd. It was tb,us ia
the instance of the sulprit referred to. who
took occasion while in a pugiiiBiio mood to
approach General Meade with a point blank
cnauenge to single oombat, asserline- in
vigorous terms and in an expressive man
ner his perreo',o2nfl,denoe in nis ability to
vanquish the Commander-in-Chief " or an?
other man," and insisting on the General
to - peal " and defend himself. The Gen
eral probably considering the challenge
rather informal and not In accordance with
tae code autilo, ordered tbe man in arreet
remarking that he believed the hvdroca-
uiio treatment lnuiepeasuulein the pugna
cious gentleman's case.
We have received a recioe for the cure
of diotheria, from a phyeiciaa who says
that of 1,000 eases in which it ha h..
used not a single patient has been lost.
The treatment consist l0 thoroughly
swabbing the back of the month aad throat
with a wash made thus : Table salt t.n
drachms; black pepper, golden seal, ni.
trateof potash, alum, one drachm each.
Mix and pulverixe, put into a tsa-cup
which half fill with boiiiug water, stir
well, and then fill up with good vinegar.
Use every half hour. one. two. and f,i
hours, as recovery progresses. The pa
tient may swallow a little each time. Ap
ply one ounce each of spirits of turpen
tine, sweet oil, and ao.ua ammonia, wired
every four hours, lo the whole of the
throat and to ihe breast km. v :
the part AT. 7. Trihm:
In rhtcaan. ttet-r l. br the Ker. J. V. Shia-
hTd,t'atain Kl'WoED t. PI1KI.S of Clerflaai',
Ohio, aaiJ L JBA9E I. lUCHir B JN, of I'M-
KOT,-mtKr2lt. at nx i,'ul.ck a .. JAMES M
run"rlt.kiaplaca! htiiwalenna.Ko 57Huron-
St.lhi fMor.J.n aftormon at ;S o'e Drk.
) Befnre WelhJForter. Jutic
of tbe Pwe of CleTrao.d
J Wp.,i,uyaHUO ,1'Dlw.
ONTIIB 18th DAY OF NOVEM
PEA, IF l, tAid Jostle) iMQed aa oider of at.
bacuoiflut ia lh) abet actl'Q lor he nm of tlldOO.
WiiIJaM W AKNKH.
PldSTtB at TtUSLlST.Tl ffNAtt'y... UOf.'J 1S1
POTATOES 5,000 Push. Pbimi
M rtonuera ro aiova in a wre aun ;orit uy
BOT2T.12, 60ad 62 Werwin-Ht
JUST OPENE D
A Full line of
Plain & Flg'd Holr Antlqne Silks
I!) ALL UOLOBS.
I. P. 8HERWOOD.
JU8T OPENE D
A Full Lino of
SHAWLS IN SEW PATTEBNS.
New Pattern Cloaks.
L P. SHERWOOD.
3,000 lards Striped Cashmere,
At II cants worth SJcenta per rard.
FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Scotch Plaids and Poplins,
I P. SHERWOOD.
1863-. V inter Arrangement 1SCJ-4
Arrival and Closlag of Mftlli
CLEVELAND POST OFFICE,
OomiiionCaDf 1Sot inber 16tb.lBf3.
araj.il wfll be orwrttMl auJ read fordal.TM? f n
honr after rriv-. at trtnm.
WT All AitUln dote one hour before parlor of
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tjrltra ThroDfrrh urireS at 7 00 A, M., and 1:40 tud
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may, at 7 A. UJ
IbaAaow i unteb, Gracger, North Bora! ton Ai.
oltxei uu Tut-ad-iya and datardays at 7 A M
w alrbiij., cioae& a.-Uiy, 10:30 A. M.
Kact UfctvaiAjjoaiid CuM,jMmlaUy,ctl f. M.
AVMall Hd DrOs) Lfittera ara revintr A k i. a
MrsliOirO.rerita'rs sw paired to b p--ald
wlthatwo cent itamf,
oWr .Liwin if. A M n.u m bst
Bncday from A. M- u lArM A. M. ' '
JC. OOWLBS, P. H.
Ct.-LSLA Uuunlhuin, a.-&a
J. OlJKJOh , ba lie' of
o. U B, .TTManret.
Be-seEaKPmftnt of Mr. & Hist Cou'dock
roB THi.EE SIGHTS ONLT,
abK'h tfivrt the Manager aa ozipcrttmlt? of araaeat.
lbS tha Kns ian:Ud n;a; o!
ficom Iilckn4, hauti: ul alor y of
lUK CSICKKT OS IHI ECaHTII.
CaUb Piumfrr ....Mr. Conldoiik.
V" - ! Ml! CoaHcoa.
ioha Perr)-bule.Hw. .. ....ajr. i.iiilr,
-Tna ar.rf-.rriTiA Will rinMn. vlth thA
CW1 alia, rallrd
ICC OS PABIE f BANOAIS.
Mr 8prigjln. Tamaa Lewla.
Anne Mn. Mia. Cicsaoa.
Paii-M or Ann two . B-iiaa and Panjaette, re eta :
Ir&mitj C'iivl., ; U&llar,, 1. cm. iiia re-
arrTta annu ,w nuj(tsaatiiin Frt.
H.a T", 1 . VntiH Rm ' .1 - -, A .
fkvir. 'p.n M i.V 'ii.m ft.f"-a 7S"-Vlnclr.
CT. ANDREWS SQfllETv
1 " m n r. m -r tt .
JC XlO A A V A U r
VHK ST ANliR tWSSnCrKTrnr CI1.1 Viil 1
Sapper gsd Call, at the Angler House,
Monday Evening, Ifovembe? SO,
At 7 o'clock A)l ara iniild to attun4.
Kfnale Tleket.' ftl. .til. KMiks rtn.u:-
auu ai. eisagl
W. liUWBII, FrM't
w. Dowan Sec'y. n'reii 13
Will aira hie Flrat Partr, or Public 8. hool. oil
Tbnrsdaj Kvenlng, Sot. listi, 1863,
AI CHAPIS'S HAT. ft.
rHi. friends ar raapectfullr invUed.
TrCKKT" 8 1 .UP. TimSViw
TNCBEASED CAPITAL 4 PAB
TIOIPAIIUSI IJf PauHTS. Afl
North American FiTa las. Co
Ne. 6 Wall-St., v. t., Oct. 3S, 1J.
Tho Preutdt-nt and Dirprira ..r ti.t. rv.
(leaanrc iB .ppruuoir the ,ml,lie tUi in order to meet
more ful r the d-iuaudj ol In clMti-nmra, lue proacut
Muckholdrhv.iiocnbed ti,. a4diIV-ual aum of
ASH CAPITAL-HALF A MILL10VDOr.T.T, 1
of which h paid In and ioreated in .eeord; I
itw of l.ii Slalo, nnder the aanclion and approraj
tSment"0"' Superintendent ul lmuruuo,
Tbel uDipanr, with Inereasod facilltlea. e.- .
lse i'vueli-a iuunnaainatloasord- m.Zii
and 'i.lnd Ttvp,,naliun whsluVK.-"1 "S6!""
tlclwte 10 the eileot of iLnw-l' ?J,??"1'"d,,M;
oudllie. PoIicl are '. tZ:."Z T e-n oi
ticipation. tredu-,d r out p.j
iu ertarn.ld a' -I?L "V.1?- Loaaeaad-
BU C K W H E A TP L 0 TJ B
' A. K PKBKT (X.
A M . P E K K Y & GO'S'
f,tabett.M, axh of the
mmzvt cy!t simss
Dr. Hooflaad's Gemaa Bliters,
Da. a If. JACKSON, Philadelphia, Pa,'
U IfOT A BCM DRIKK,
OB A SUBSTITUTE FOB BUM.
Or u Intoxicating Bsrarte,
BUT 1 H1SHLT KORCEirD .VEBETABU EXTRACT
a rust roxia,
Frfrom Alcoholic Stimlmlor Itfjariom Dray,
AID WILL unwruAiiLi ocu
Hooaand'i German Bitten
Will Cum Ink Case at
Chrmie tr Jftnotu Dtbility, DitttH (&
Siinty, mi JHieattt anting from
OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING BTMPTOMB
rninf Ha of Blood
totn. He. Acadtrr
f tbe Stomach, Sanaea,
Heartburn, rita-oat for food,
flllnoM or wriijni ! lb Slorn
aoa.tt'Ur Krnclalfona, MnitnKOV
flutterins at te Pit of the Stomach,
Shimming ot the Head. Borrled aad Dif.
flcult UnathfDS, rtu.lerlna: at the Heart,
Gnokioe or snffcxjLtlBe- s.-nailoua when la a if -
taf eoatoca, Dimnfsa ot VlHion, Dotaor Webab.tore
U 6-gnt, Fever and fail Pal i in th. Haad,
icienc, oi reigpirarion, leiiowneaa oi u
aatn and Bye, l'oin In th. bide, flack,
Uhoat, Llmta, Ae., Pnii.lor rlnah
aa of Beat, Burnics In the Tleah,
oonatant liraainlnv of Eril,
and treat Depmalon of
balrlta. Liter Com
Hoofland's Germrn Bitters
Will Give Yoa
A GOOD APPETITE,
BRISK FEE LINOS,
A GOOD CONSTITUTION,
A HEALTHY CONSTITUTION,
A SOUND CONSTITUTION,
A STRONG COIkSTIIUTION.
vnu Mian vaa
WILL M .KB TUB
WIU IUI TBS
WILL AKB raa
witx auaa vaa
Sallow Complexion -
wux suia vaa
Dull Eye - - Clear and Bright.
Will Prove a Blessing
IN KVEBY FAMILY.
Can be TJaa4 with ParbctJSafetT br
S S S 1
Thara ara mtnt imttUMtlnni su-M tinAar tim aims
of BUtrs, pal np In quart bottles, oouipounded ol
chapet whisky or ooxnmon ram,ooaUiigfrom30
to to oanu per gaiUfn, tn hu;a dligaiMd oy AaIm or
Oor lander Bead.
Thn c.a of Blttari has nriMd and will xntlnna
to oive. as ions; as tbey cut bsaold, hoadretlBtodie
tbe death of the dranlurd B? tbtr uae the sstea.
t Xept cootinaally qoder tbe lnlluue of Alct-hodc
BUmuWtaot tha wct kind, tbe ttmin for Liaoor h
created and kept np, and the result Is all tha aorron
attendant npea a drarikard's life and death.
lur th.M who dHiie an' will have a Lienor Bitter,
ve pnblish the fol low Ids recipe : set one bottle Hoof-
tana ierinan Pitwrs ana mix tmn tnrae qaaru rood
brandy or wbUky, and the rsoll will be a prepara
tloa that wlit fcarexcdl lii m'dacinal lrrfh ar.if tr.iA
exctiUanoe any ol tho Q tuner' a Lioaor BitUrt In the
tnarxct, ana win ooet Binoo ims. ion will bare aJ
the TilnKMOf UooAADd'a Uittasra In oonutkctlnn w.tl.
a rood article (f Liquor, at a ouch lnt flic thait
Utaas tnauler preparaLibna will ooat yoa.
Thoae sntJetinf frttto tiarasnins, wastinK away, with
caroely aay ttah on their bonea, are cured ia. a very
sort titae; bo bottla, In such caeea, will have a m-jut
Beenlting from ferers of any kind thee Bitten will
ww your xeuiu 10 a very nort ukm.
EVEB AND AGUE.
Th. f 1 tUwtll not Mknr. If thAM Rltt... r
Noneraou VTar and Aaue Dlatiiol .'n..ni.i h.
(from Bev. J. .ton Brawn, 0. D., Bdltor el aha
tnorcioiiodia j BeUsuna KnowladsaJ
a )thoHB-h not dtawMe-i to fAvnp or Mmam. C . .
nt MedioinM la ku-1. tNrnh di.tm.t nf ,i..i
InsTMlienTB and eftoria. Tut I know of no aafnclcnt
lewoua wnr a man ma i;
poliarea hlmaef to li!--
ftln to the tenoOu li
Thar -,aiH oo&tnhua ' -
I do ihia the more readt'v in ncarA ta Rone
ermaa Blttera, Breeared by Pr.
thl.nU?. 1m,u.1 , . . '
ajn reaiB, nodar the InivtMioa tav 'JO,
chleBy an alooi't.llo n-.tuo. I aia li I "
re.ndlc hr xoaer imi. aad aVve " ron!0 p
'? tand loescontln-
t'ra,at th.'binlnl i v .f'f ?L V"2Lli!'
bodilvand ' f!?1t' r"" ?.
srataabeteaa.aadujM? -nlsh I had not I
lelt lor aia
satMOMef ttiaa ?'.m.6?lI0f.!r?"'?.?a
SJaik,J1,Bil36Ji; wi niiowa,
A-TEUTIOir, SO CDIEHS,
au-l the Friends of Soldiers ! I
-iW61 th ttenHt of a) hftTo; relations or
mends In tha woiy to the faot tbat 'Uoffliuid s Qer
jnaQ Bitten ' will cure nfne-tenilis ol toe diseases
Jndocad la exaosore and rwlvatioiis, lnciftent r
-nmai'e in the lists, poblHhud atari oat dailr c
til ibWru.YHr j tl aamw.i ik. m,u. i. l in
?otctMltbta vrr larco drODOrtion are'enr
rowQbtlit. Kverycaseor tbfit ktndcai ir,n'
llT OarMl bT firJHaail'alAriiian It, ur tftad.
alta, ion lit Miinir thtar it ihMsa, Hittar e hare no
oaed ,aOCij onr euldicru, bnmlraiiti uf l(- frnely
aaetad UaU otherwtae wonld be lost, might be
ApepiaprtetireartdaHyrerviTinf . ....
Trtt euff-ren in th army aud h- -banKfal letters
been rf.tared to health bv th . tHi who have
eat ; oc heu by their (r tends of these UUtere,
Bevrare or CfmntArtvit.
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M" la on
! ! 'MAI tot tU. or h.if a
The uS?alJ? on J b" W.
a. a. J i . . '
NhimM wOtiw wubuJi .a
do not be pit otbr , M li?f.t? ,!" "4rt,c'
tlon. that mar beofhrM In if, iSe!ti' '"""
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THE GREAT REMEDY
OHX.T KSOW EEIEDT
jOlieaiei of tie Sidneys and Bladder
f Am, Dsngerotu and Troviktom DittfU
wAac.4 Aoee IIM for tuiuwiM sen
itrteitd Treatment, can he
REMEDY NOW BEFORE US I
1-u r r.TTBanvvi
Broaertlea ol tha mlli ln direct themaelTei to tte
-r? Ilia of arcretMQ, au. D. a. a'tenuK me conamon
ot tlie Stoajacn aou Liver teal ttie miesciir prise Ble
M ir.a IOO-1 1. DOl COll vim w-u iumj au.. mv wu.
ayauta la under the laaueuoa ot ta
Thlch fflrei thoae organs time to recoTCTthe!rhealtty
icne aud Tinr. We are able to state that tbe i!cntt
tution WfcVvjr bat cured every oasa ol i)Utea la
wnlolils h&s been glTwn.
Sicne ths Bladder, Calculus, Gravel, Bric
Jjuit Deposit, mad Mucus or Milky
JHcharges after Urisusung,
Disease oocurrlff from one and the same cans w!!l
be entirely cured by tbe Constitution W titer, ii takt a
for any length ot time. Tbe duoo siiontd vary wikh
the severity ot the disease, from twvuty drops to a
teaspoonial three tinia a day, in water. DitniiK the
aaasoKc of tlte CaiculuDa the pain and argat symp
toms shoold beoombatted witn the proper r.mliea.
then followed np with th Uonetltailon Water, as
Dysnurrhta, or Faieyful Mmstoratien, mid
Menorrhagia or Frouse Flowing.
Both diseases arininn from a faalty aecreitlon of the
tvenstraa. dutdin tae ooe caee beintr too little, aad
dcoouipanid by mvre pain ; and tiiv oti.er a too prj.
rcse secretion, whlca will be speedily curtd by U
That diaras known as ALLia of T3 Woria,
which Is tbe rxmU of a relaxation of theUamente-o:
that rgau, md i known by e?u-!e ot lieav;in'-and
drawing paiaa in the b&k and iJee, and tiraonac
oompanied by siiarp live uniting or ahootiog pains
throuKh tbe part, will, in ail caee), be rcmoTod by
Tbvre is another cbus of syTxiptona arising from Ii
ailATiOS of tui Woub, wbich ptiysiciaiis call Wer-Tca-inees,
wbicb word ouTen up much itrnoraii-A, and
a liiuo case out ol ten the doctur dot4 nut r-t.il j
kaow w bet tier the smpujuis are tbe dJseattO, or ttt
db?at the etfrnptoniB. r e can only traucierate them
here. Itjpaak niorw particularly oi Cold M-t, Poivl
tatios ol the ftoait, iinpaArfcd Memory, WtiK.ofhlnM.
If las ties ol Heal, Langour, Larwtitude. aud iViuneuoi
which la tuennmarritMl female Is a constant romr
ring dtaeaeev and throngh nKtjiect the nin of inare
arave and daageroai tuaiadies are the result ; and s
month after month pnMt without an effort bein
ntade to aasist nature, thosuppreeeiioo beoviiiei cbron
to, the patient ratlull? loos her appott'.e, th
bowels are oonstipited, niftbt weats oume on, ana
ttwunption Anally eoda her career
riM.,ee depends npon an InCammatrc n of ma'
.TDlsaiaek , tl, ri.r-womb. it is tn all ca-
l!?iff. rt. wtoi -Ufa tiehipY A toaapoonful of the
mllTmaSuLrS tinea adEwithaii in
SJan ol r,t2tasfctal of tho Daetidn., mixed
wltha half pint oC iot; water, moraing and aTnii.g.
Irritation of tte Neck of the Bladder, Infirm
nation of the Kidneys, find Cttarrk oj
tho Blander, Siranorf mnd
Burning, or Favf'l
Tor the dWtvM It la tmly a sorerUii irmtdy
BdS iwehiafl not be said in lta praise. A singU
. r.i n ri tha most nrno t si mp
."atoooo",.; -b HatiWWBia. rami.
toe amall of the tck .md ihronja "''!
Soonlol a dajol OoanUnUon awllireuvarol
It ih ao eaoal la reneTina in. tuvs
,. . Rwlu.hn.Hi&rthHn. Acid iitolu-
t. 7Vonn"tln food, Ao. f aie a Kaaooonlnl aKer
Sit lev- l k all caaea may bUiciaalll a.
,1!,. mil aaawuu
Hare lot, f Bt .M. ! ap the- w ! hnte
S&'SL waatol a bur reawir.
CONSTITUTION WAT2S .
ta.ovlltBallaoalt the taak that Baa aevolvea
irritate and drench the KUaeya, and bv etjwtaat
r?niw1 oaroaacaeSJa.raitnB and ccatniuJula-
Or. 7. 9.05B-t)aVirSrr: In rebraarr, l,
waaafBlctedwrlh tae tw diaoetea, .Dd ror5montba
l4 7"u7.:wi oi water in tweol,
lo5?aoaS. I wMoblinod w tav a. ofwo a. wo or
twelve tiinoa dunQH toe nycu. -
ranXaud atier taking two bott.ca Ivji nUral,
eBioonjur ro.a.u, -j-lVnTt
MA w- - -
0oaros OoturEV. H T.,
irecember a;, lt4l. i
r - a, f iTamta - I trsta lv fi Yf .lTV I'r,
artr tiinafewOM of the tt-Uowlog fJsrtiCcata of the
, o -,.Tw watar, which lcaarooommi4
lntrA ht besat mnniMR
M. wife, who waa attacked with pitn In the ahooT
at-re, wuoie.euK" aur. ui ...
aVaialUtion o 'iDU-tfl, ::t !taJ tt'"
tie Womb, DjSiioonoiThto.aod lrrite.tic.no. th Kl-d
der I cailt-d physician, who attended h.-r aboa
three montha, ku hv lft hworrje than be tonnd
a, i , hr rr- a.u.vH oti9 of the beet ohTUclans
cjcldflod, who t. '.teMAo herforabont mna montha,
and while she waa m. l-r hid care she did aot enfl
anltea mocb pain ; hi'mai;r Kitve her cp and said,
'h-rcAHe was inrf'.rvb-' "toe," said he, "she fe
ncb aot-BibinattonH cmpifct, tliat B.e.iK'n gi
tvi ..n.T.ar.'j i(v,n4t Mm other oi nr diincuJ-
tiM. AtKiut this tuae. etie commciced tne oae
Conatltntlon Water, and to onr utter tonit.iiiAit.
aimoat thn first dose aet iai-d t have t?e flMMired ef-lec,ai-dhe
kopt on ImproTins rapidly n4ttr ft
treatment, ana now iuiwiihumiik u tvj
mest.c aflsirs. iSne has aat ht&rn any of the Onnaii-
tr.tlcn Wfttrftrabontfoar weeks, and we ara harPT
Id aa that It Aaa prooacec a permarjo oi
MiLromr, Oonn., Hot. It, lfll.
Tr wsi.fl Gtuetw-Dear Btr! I bar. tor aeveral
yeara been tftSicUMl with tbat tronbietwma and dan
g.roudtsewkie, Gravel, whlrh rtwtitadit romedtej
Ld doctor, ulitil 1 took Outietituttoa Water, acd
yoain Wa-irtHl that I was axcee'tDgly pleased
wffh thorettnta. It ha.t eufinly cared me, and yn
tuay make any use -it my name yon may ttee nt in re
gard to the medlne, m I bava autira wi'ti-Wpc in
The re Facts Bnovfk.
aV.sW rtf rlsueat nf JWai. that amvlTiM aiN" est'
b aauoiasZ flvt opon tbe hauzn cjD-titit!.a
ni xtat and i.vaMaof the hadneTS. HI viOtjr and Urt-
tj, wy fittMKw. aod throngh a taiae modewly they are
BO f ttxwa nn'ti .ny are ex ruvuiivs wiora Dtvt'uti
a. .muoI olctfttliiary rvm&dlras.and we pnwent tho
U tt unhtte with the eonvlctlnn that !t Ltve no equal
l,dll.n tWlla!DA&Li?KtU-ttH!tll '3 CUliElT ! HU VStnt
lna,t ) n'arAi bo rjWAT4 Tot ors eiTortB in ylactritTao
avavloariiB a renvHtT in a rorm to meet tuej rsuuutw
wflUli piUM. i aaa yujrniyHUe
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PHASE'S PLANTATT05 Bim:R3a
They pnr!f7, ftrrt:ii avd (nTlgorat.
Tit.r creaiea bvUliy apt-.iU)
Tip7 ar- au atiti.toto to c'iaoKO of walr and dltH.
1 her ovf-rc'.-mo ej!Trct- o- li-i ;ti n k UUi hears.
I hy Rtr-nKtttAu ! hf BTf em Md ertltrvn .heminj
Thvy rr-nt'i l Qiiin itic ainl 1 (iUtiquu-ui: ftawara.
Ihvy p'lri'.) thv-br-raihtti;'! i.inr oi taeitocaach
TQ(y cure Iyspoia ii ittmipaiiin.
They cu: LiAir-u;., Uhitioraand hol.iramorbai
Tucy cure Ltivc uvap.uiit iU Hea4ch.
ThT aro th h .? Rltr In rhi vor-I.I 7V mtalr
tlita weaktotiH itroinraud arrpxhan?ird natnr'scrvaA
rvstorer. Toey m m&duol pure ot. Croix Hum, tb4
cclt-bratd taiisstyi, (l.tr:, roots nl b, aid
taken with th ploisuxe of a beverage, aTTIiout rgarj
io ae or tm( of dar. pBariicilrly re -oainiv-uded CO
dedicate pcrsoba miuiriTig ft eutlt timqinat. dol4
. -AK K A fO-
Jalyl-Baieow FT- Urutviwv, h.
E ATH A IRON.
1Cahtiron s fr-m trw Grk word "TCatbro," or
'Katnair"," s cnityin tocir f, r jarinatr-aodr-st-re
1 hi ar-tcl w wl.t it- nam iffn;ja. hot
piwrrjnsi; avat.rinfr and boaait'yinz tL hnmaa
ijttir it in th mot ramrkb. pr pr loa a tha
world. It ifl affHia nwa--l and pt up jy orWlDat
pr.pri tct, and irt oow m-aio w.ih tLnmjtts crtm, "kill
and Mtfiati n ft icb sto U smIduI vTr ou aUUsa
It fa a mot deTlsbtrtil TTVr nrfaring.
11 t,rJi jm4ei ncun aud daudruil.
i. Vei-pd th; h I wk;1 a-ii C i".
It -aC3 ih hatrricb.sio l a'.d flossy.
It tv,- ires hnir utx.n bald h
it pioen's ihtj btsir trom laliitisolf anl tarsv
Any la" J or (rat "man who ai ae beautiful btmi.
of bair "hMiM ur l n's Ka-h;.irn. It it known
ar d ufd tbroi.otititt - ciniizid world. Said by all
nxtpuctablt) 'it n.ti.
t,LlA3 3. iJ-, -fctKS 00.. Prop'a,
ni hLiovow iw Sort,
To ManoflaM. O., Anrt !nli, 1! V T 8., wire ol
4i I MvrM, sod davghrer 01 UuT. R. i of arm
qt' i. uhio, axi o yersi.
MotlterRl PSoeher?.?! IHothertlS
Don't fall to procure Mm. W1NSLUW8 SOOTH
US4i BiKIJPtortJUiUJttJCfl IIlITHU.Q.
Thia ralnable nreparat'n s 'be araeriatloa loM
of the heft Female f hfIc'ns and Nnraea In tha
United rUtaa, and has ben nad for thirty yearawttst
nT6 fttiling aa:ety D1 aytt? by millions ef motA
era ad children, trom th 'ole infant of one week
oldt thrwlnlt. It untODlyeItvTitbflhild Mej
pain, bnt Invigorates tlie stooiach and bowrla, oar
reQta dlty, aud gives luow aod energy to the vital
QBiriNQ 11S TH BOWKUS ABD WIMD COIdU.
WeelVvo lt th9 Be- and Barest Jfeviedj la th
World lu all cases o lyscuterp and DlarrboBalB
Children w nether It arisf irom TtMtblcff, or Teat
any oih cansa.
oUdirectlonaroraaliigw.il ammpany aaofe
tK.ttie. None giiuiirs ual; tha fhc-lmil of CUV
Tit rrtiil?;9, New Tort, is on tAewraptpar.
tWiiold by all Kfadlcins ivar?nw S rlnclpal
ia DeyiU Mew fork.
Trirm orly J a Cwwt Vttlv '
HtjV TaV (-. "V lAV4'F
Ul.SfiQf.iRTf COPiSUKPriOM A CURABLE D13EAS3
A Card To ConsuraptiT6B.
Tha UTJdrsiirned having bt?en rwtoml to Health a
a tew weeks, by a Ten simple ieme.lT. after han(
cflend asTeral yean with a eevwre lone afieettoata
and that drtad diseasa, Com,nmption is anxionaM
make known to his fcll-jw-tufi rera the meana ot
To all who desire It. ha w ill end a copy o tha prw
scripalon Uetad .free of charge,) with the directions
for prep irine undo-in the some, which they will
find a Sure Ouro for OjnaiTrpttiin, Asthma, firoawhV
tia.cTC. The only object of the advertiser t& sending
tbe Prrwrnption Is tn benefit lh afflicted, and spread
inforniation which he cr-n.T.vea to be 'uvalnahlesnd
ha hopes every aufierer w ill by th is remedy, aa it wtti
omt Lhem nuthibt, and may prove bloasin
liffT. KDWAKD A. WllOW, WtUiaaiabnrfa,
octl 13 daw Kings connty, a. 1,
Mtmier of tte Boyd Oolbg of Fkynrimt
Louden, lofflani; Grada,s of
KUord' Evfi'xU for
? EM ALE DISEA.S
aad a conata-it attendant yt ?aris, 1-ondvn, Bw
kwDs aad Mcr:t.-?a! Iicunliala ftr the but tan yaan
haaopwneslhlaOfiloa at the 7
JohnBCn Houfio, Cleveland,
traara he will be hasp; to meat all tboaa who an a
tcivi with anhirnto and chrorjc diaeaasa.
His treatment ia entirely diArent from tha oft
alan, and la aniid eHloaoloaK ard affaeclTa. H lamed
fcijuwaiw dm ply Tegetat-ie excrscta nd olla, thef
Uava nafer ben nsca bet br two otty. phynlciana
America betide biasott. H haanpoM tKe greasM
part of hia Upland thooMnds of do 1 Lars tn obtain!.?
a Sew secrets tn iiifl profetnlon. Ha testa the Oris
tor Ul iorms of diac eo. ho charge for giving '
tiosSt atd tnM ftuazuen: of taaetrcasa.
To Torxo Mri. He wn rrrovw to yoa In a frw mtt
3lw.:hat be ie the cnly phytci:n yt-a v tratca.'
aitn tat C'i'wi tsis : aefc--3. s.irn.-ry pmiect N
will fcCow hu dir-ctaunn, ha wrl te Oti9 iiondra
Ooitars if be TMla m cxts? thia i-we. Ho Phari
made ior cor-jluuiun. lioea at a dittacc vho !h
to rocs.;t ii-.v Doct. -rtT'iy "to sr. by eacl-n a sicftU
a ri trrute by mat 1 , v lib oie, aas aw, azid ba
wll: an-'r a'i J--rnt:h-!r c., and to piwuibil
Vjt oi gv-taajt rsf, f atiriwtg a xntara postaiai
S tU HFiiJ-TBT IT.
Dr. fftrtwt's Li ft iXJiH5li tilMS I5T ta P
5t tha ractr. OJ Dr. Bupan firreet, oi OoMaotictl
tha grt bene setter, auu has bon aod (n bis prai
Ooa lev the Lm twacry years with iho motr. aotonla a
nircttnea. Aa n,&n. r:nil? tt withoot
;i. u.it.i i -: nro MrffcOnT than ant
A-nnr orraa'fon P'l-r'ali LBii:af.t!o and jirroal
OHTvlavl-S It 1
c'j 1ii';::;i. lAt and as a curative ttsj
S 'W, Wocn'ln, Mpca'ns, "rein, Ao., lta soothln!
hnwi.r.gwsd v- WortoliJi'iiiS prca. Lsitlea.agI
a;ta : t" jt woudir vtO yniiaftor all who nayl
yv star bODd-M carUDcatel
t to vaarv, a'
uu for nitr
!) rwt ytroag A Amntrcn
rt ru, .oiTrinnnmj I
Tbh la the moit dellhtfe! and ero-tiinrT artU
eke &r riiacovertxl it change tlid tan-burnt faos)
and hands re a a-tu!y Alia textile oi nTishiag baaa
ty, unprt:agThe marbta gurlty ot yun'h, at.d thw
bUTiNOca appATAacfi ao lnvl-uig In the city beL" ol
fashion. It reiuvos UQ.Lrc -ivir. p:mpios aad rxb
aatts fTcm the skin, icavu.g tbe wiupIoTion irsath
iraojpnrtril aad cioth. It -cutain ao matartallta
luriona to too sfctu IVroTilitod ty Actnsita an4
Opera Singer, it is wl-at every Udy ahotiai hava,
X-AWA3 9. F U S lt8 A CX)
Idyl -B'g i-rcadyay, ffwTotlLM
Tie GMef Attribute. ( iiiaiood art
rreqnentllatrt or uc-rondrvl by mal-aractlcea and
trtons bablta tbat iil Inevitably lead u baradltatr
dlaaaaa an! checkod In ticte tieaa the trvith mMI
down in the trmtiea "Mlf Ail rAli.Xx'.or Pvn
roLooiCAX. litOACAa'Jiixa.'' 1; to elabc-auiy I'.'trw
ted with colored engraving, aud Till cenroea im
nest hardenad aad xstoaaaersrd, as well aa raUavv
Uwmindaol th iaot dpotaua. by '.aadfng thaai
tn tha ritthichfciinai for reUil o' budlAj and maotmj
agony and despair.
mmroM by j- Fiaaow, 14 Plackar-tt.( . T;
PrV cenu. Seatiraoovjrywliara. tia advarttaa
mentof Tr1ea-irar" in afirthtroinTmu
noid aiJO DS U. W. Via laia, lv 11 VITTCIMI
Hyw iioar: now naerivavav
Jruw reiaJ:M tn HrVt ET-flr-v vrlee to.
Lecture oo ti-e i.';lcre. '"-tlm-tit and &tdfel
4Mnitorrb0La, w Smpii W krea, Inraea
inurr Im.'ooa,"'1"1 lm pediment t
SaSiS-aal??- 'o?-!'r- Vr "!.
S"..vtt. aenta! l"''"" 'tfflUJL'
anUlaic floi. AaH Aba", 0-. t.' Bxtfsrt J. CalTerw
(a ii., Wilcr oi tlw. 'liia-o Book,"
"A BOOS TOTtlOCSA.r-H tSUITaiilBa."
grnt under al. fe "lain enwlova, to nv aodnaa,
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PATF.TT OrriTE AGEIVCT.
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