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I3DAY EVEN'O, APRIL 11, 1871.
Restoration of Old l.niid-,
) Petersburg Mm has the following
ile remarks upon tho renewal of
t goncral thing, our lands have been
rsed and worked very much aftor tho
ir of tho poor horse. A few nub
i day and scanty supply of fodder
been deemed sufficient to keep him
aud one or two hundred pounds of
late—grudgingly bestowed at tbat—
:en relied on for tho production of j
courso we would recommend as be- I
ictual for making poor land rich in
ortest timo is something liko this :
first place lime tho land at Iho rate
bushels to the acre, spreading in
ing on a field to be plowed in the
• in the fall to bo plowed in the
Limo requires exposure to tho air
■eral mouths in order to re-absorb
bonic acid expelled by burning. If
in the fall wo may suppose thero
-able mattor enough in the laud on
it can act. Then lay it down in
eat with 350 lbs. of phosphate—
i. would bo bettor—to the acre,
i the Bpring seed to clover. At a
mation tho crop of whoat may be
m at twenty bushels to the acre,
be land stand in clover one year, I
oft' tho first growth for hay, and but
grazing during the summer; or I
rould perhaps be still better, let the I
tand two years, to be followed with I
id then whoat at the beginning ; al- I
aring in mind that tho moro lro
id grain crops, the moro noed thero I
peated dressings of manure. But I
aver is fed on tho land in tho form I
the farmyard will furnish an abuu- I
3ply of fertilizing matorial for the I
ing tho next routine of crops. I
en wo say a field, we do not moan
ur old-fashioned Virginia fields,
very few farmers havo the
"l improve at this rate ; but rather
ey call a field at the North. Say
eto ten acres ; a surface which
,uy farmer might undertake to im-
he Democratic party, through its
Morth and South, of all organiza
oclaim that it was necessary for
ess of tho Democracy that tlisse
and outrages stop, and that the
citizens must be respected or they
t chooso a Democratic President in
id from that hour, in my belief,
I peace and quiet would reign in
unty in tho Southern States, inso
at tho hated and despised school
night teach undisturbed negro
from the Potomac to the ltio
-yea, oven how to road tho Scrip
ted States Senator receutly assert
>ato, and tho romark went unchal
hat the Ku-Klux operations South
t of a matured plan for the sub
if tho Republican party at tho
ad the controlmcnt of its entire
vote in tho interests of the Dem
irty in 1872. Wo know nothing
idence on which this remark was
it we do know that tho statement
no denial. It cannot bo doubted
tocratic journals North dafond, in
jet manner, tho operations of tho I
. They belittle tho reports made,
tho negroes and "carpet-baggers"
al authors of outrages, deny tho
tho government to coerce Ku- I
I oppose the passage of laws for I
pression. That such things en- I
nasked assassins in their work of I
annot be roadily denied.
er wonderful invention is an
us having been perfected at Elgin,
It is a loom, capable of making
ho rate of two hundred and fifty
lusand yards por day, according
) and quality, witlt_oiie-tenth the
tployed by ordinary looms, and
nf being so altered a3 to make
million different styles of pat
: occupies no more space than
ary loom and does away with
all tbo preliminary processes needed in
making cloth, such as beaming, sizing,
warping, spooling, &c, and with tho use
of shuttles, harness aud reeds. If it per
forms as represented, it certainly must be
a most wonderful invention, and calcu
lated to rovolutionizo tho cloth-making
Strange combinations resulting from
strikes are rathor startlingly illustrated in
the lace trade of Nottingham, England.
There exists unions of tho employers as
well as of the men, and both appear to be
amply supplied with funds. 000 manu
fACturer has a dispute with his men result
ing in a strike. Tho employers' union
pays the manufacturer the average earn
ing of each macbino standitig still, aud tho
workmens' union pays each workman full
wages as long as he is on a strike—which
certainly don't look very promising for an
early adjustment. But thus each day this
labor struggle assumes new forms, and
leads to fresh complications, and no one
sees the precise remedy.
gave her views of tho ideal marriage thus:
"A molecule of oxygon roaming lonely
through space, seeking for its mate, but
finding none, when of a sudden in some
hideous nook it discovers a molecule of
hydrogen, when lo I there is a rush, an
embrace, and thero is neither any more
oxygen nor hydrogen, but a diamond drop
of dew reposing on the bosom of tho lily."
After which she addod that she herself
was a molecule nf hydrogen, but tho only
responsive "rush" was toward the door. |
man.—During tlio recent engagement of
dolphin, a woman with an infant attended
one of tho performances. The baby ko[ t I
up an incessant cry. At iho end of Hie I
play, Mr. Williams was called beforo the
curtain. J'he baby was bawling lustily.
Mr. Williams looked around n moment, I
and thon said: "Sure there's a nurse 1
wanted." A roar of laughter followed. I
When tho mirth subsided, tho woman with
the infant arosa and replied: "No Irish I
need apply." Thero was a tremendous I
burst of applause, amid which, tho woman
and her musical baby, triumphantly re-
A I'RussfAN newspaper publishes a sta- I
tistical noticeof tho war, winding tip with I
an arithmetical statement, thus: "The
military operations, properly 80-called, I
ouly lasted 180 days Iv that space of
time tbe German armies wero engaged in
160 combats, fought soveutoen pitched
battles, took twenty-six fortresses, made
prisoners 11.G50 officers and 303,000 sol
diers. This makes, as a mean term, frir
each day of the war, ono combat; for
every nine days, a battle ; for every six
cal services at one hundred million.s of dol
lars, and adds twenty-five millions of dol-
I lars for the quack medicines swallowed.
I "Let the people," it says, "study these
figures awhile, and then reflect that proba
bly one-half, or certainly a large fraction
I of this expense, is incurred by a deliberate
j infraction of tho laws of health; that, If
I tbey tippled less, smoked less, overworked
I less, wero less -fast,' and lees indulgent,
I tbey would save some thirty or forty mil-
I lions of dollars a year."
If the cost of the loss of time, los» of
happiness, loss of ability to do and daro
was aßfTed to tho above, there would bo ne
counting tho expense of sickn*s. And
then add to this the expense of indulgences
that make us sick ! What slate would
hold tho ligures ? The truth ia, sickness
is tho most expensive nuisanco on tho face
of tho globe. Thero may be instances
where it makes people better, but general
ly it makes people selfish, sad, misanthro
pic, nervous, mean, and miserable. Tho
best way to make ourselves happy and
good is to koep ourselves well. Then we
are apt to be sweet, and kind, and whole
some. Moral reform societies and tract so
cieties might learn a lesson from this fact,
and do moro good with less mouey than
they aro now doing.
All Quiet in tub Coal Region.—
Thero has been no disturbance at Scranton
for tho past two days. No intelligence
has been received of work being resumed
in any of the mines. Major Swank, with
200 of tho State guards, is still on duty.
Tho rest of tho division have been sont
Lieutenant Wenucr, of Ilazleton, died
Monday evening of accidental injuries re
1 MM i
The Buffalo (N. V.) Express (Uopubli- [
can) says: "Tho Fresidont in a few grave
words gives a final rebuke to his unscru- j
pulous assailants." j
PaiLsDELi'nia, Pa., April 6,1571.
SEALED PROPO3AL3, iv triplicate, with a copy of
this advertisement attached, will bo received at this
office, until 12 o'clock M., on SATURDAY, May oth,
1871, for dolivery to the Qviurterinastei-'s Department
ot this District, at tho places uauied below, tho fol
low amount of forage:
Corn, Oats, Hay, Straw,
lbs. lbs. lbs. lbs.
Port Wcllemy, Md 108,435 485,450 167,668
Carlialo Bar'cks, P0un..21,000 43,800 81,7111) 56,352
Fort Foote, Md 13,088 17,204 12,3ti1>
Fort Washington, Md..10,000 15,000 52,000 23,0(10
Raleigh, N. 0 36,234 51,210 24,368
Fftrt Macon, N. C 8,784 10,2-18 23,624
Fort Monroo, Va 132,405 103,520 110,760
Fort Johnson, N. C 16,330 20 440 13,050
Plkoaville Arsenal, Md.. 720
Baltimore, Md 8,760 35,040 51,100 12,000
Rrton, N. C 3,240 5,010 8,640
40,660 711,440 038,062 461,477
..rain to be of the best quality, iiee from dust,
dirt or other impurities. Oats. 32 pounds to tho
bushel; Corn, 56 pounds to tho bushel ; liny ot the
best quality, timothy ; Straw to be of rye of the befit
quality. The Corn and Oata to be sacked. The Hay
and Straw to bo baled. The price bid to include the
cost of baling and sacking. One-half tho entire
amount to be delivered by September, Ist, 1871 ; the
balauce by November Ist, 1871.
SEALED PROPOSALS will also bo recelvod ut the
aamo time and placo for delivery,attho places named
lrolow, of the following amounts of Wood aud Coal,
RWood, Coal Anth., Coal Bit.,
Cords. Tons 2,240. Tons 2,210.
cllenry, Md 293 600
i Barracks Pa....162 385
Fort Footo, Md 150 175
Fort Washington, Md,.100 212
Raleigh, N. C 400 ... ...I
Fort Macon, N. C 600
Fort Monroe, Va 600 1,350 6
Fort Johnson, N.C 310 ... ...I
Pikeavillo Arsenal, Md.. 40 ... ... I
Baltimore, Md 237 23 ... I
Lumberton, N. 0 300 ... ... I
3,194 2,645 6
Ml'ood to be morchantnble hard wood. This Au- |
Coal to bo of the best white ash, and froo I
no, dust aud othor impuritiea. The fuel aud
in to Lin delivered at tho wharvea of the 1
tti uatnod stations: Forts McHenry, Foote, I
<tou, Macon, Monroo and Johnsou. At Car- I
irracks, I'a., Raleigh, N. C, and Lumberton,
Hi" yards or places provided for their recep
it Baltimore, Aid.,at such timea nnd places as
the Acting Assistant Quartermaster may direct.
Blank fomiß of proposals furnished upon applica
tion to this office.
HENRY C. HODGES,
Major aud Quartermaster, U. S. Ailny.
( QUARTERMASTERS OFFICE UNITED STATES
PBILiMLPDU, Pa., Aprils, 1871.
SBALBD PROPOSALS in triplicate will bo re
coived at this otttce until 12 o'clock M. on MONDAY,
May 8,1871, for tho delivery of illteeo (15) cords of
merchantable hard Wood, at each of the following
named National Cemeteries, viz :
Annapolis, Md;Culpeper, Va; City Point, Va.;
Danvlllo, Va.; Fredericksburg, Va 1 ; Fort Harrison,
Va.; Glendale, Va.; Cold Harbor, Va,; the last threo
near Richmond, Va.; Poplar Grove, Va., near Peters
burg, Va.; Richmond, Va.; Staunton, Va.; Woven
Plnoa, Va; Winchester, Va.; Hampton, Va.; York
town, Va.; Nowberu, N. 0.; Raleigh, N. o.j Balis
bury, N.C; and Wimington, N.O.
*Wood to bo delivered in such quantities and
i times as the Superintendents at oatrli of the
rrfe* may respectivoty desiro.
is for proposals furnished upon application
to this offlco. HENRY C. lIODQE3,
ap B—tHA Major and Quartermaster U. S. Army.
ISTKICT COURT OP TIIE UNITED
States for the Eastern District of Va.
To all whom it may concern— Greeting :
Notice is hereby given, That, on tba 3d day of April,
1871, nineteen hundred aud fifty Cigars, claimed by
Kidwell k Co., Noi folk, Virgiuia, wore seized by
the Marshal of the United Statea lor aaid Dis
trict as forfeited to th* use of tho United
Statea, and the same ia librded and prosecuted
iv thia Conrt in the namo of tho United States, for
condemnation for the causes in the suid libel set
forth, aud that said cause will slaud for trial at the
cnuit-ruoin in tho city of Richmond, ou the 20th
diy of April, 1871, when aud where all persons aro
warned to appear to show cause why condemnation
Bhould not bo decreed, and to interveno for their
ililerosls. DAVID B. PARKER,
U. S. Marshal.
Dated April 3d, 1871. ap 4—lot
. , r il IT -J=Z
rpilE BRIDAL CHAMBER.
Essays for Young Men, on great SOCIAL
EVILS aud ABUSES, which interfere with MAR
RIAGE—with sure means of relief for tho erring
and nnforlunato, diseased and debilitated. S.nt free
of charge, in sealed envelopes. Address, HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, No. 2 S Ninth street, Philadelphia.
Pa. • jalo—3m
BUTLER'S BALSAMIC MIXTURE is not a thing
of yesterday, got up to gull tho unwary mid put
in tho pockets of the proprietor. It has
le test of time. Haviug been iv the market
ny years, its very namo will recall to many
i now tho respected heads of families, the
days of their youth, with all its joys and
; It is still the same; infallablo iv itaupein-
Hpoeifio remedy for youthful Indiscretion
; a true filelid. It ia fur sale by all diui;
rice, $1 per bottle. do 14—ly
BICWIBIO Bf ACHIN trCs.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE,
,•: BEST FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK,
i liidiiiitii it; Durability and Popular!! I
prove It; its Work confirms it.
1»7,833 SOLD LAST YEAR.
JTIIER MACHINE SOLD SO MANY.
ber force nor crowd sales. The ach
ml upou its merits. Call ami cxnuilnoit
; Machines REPAIRED.
SHAFFER k STRONG,
-rU.t* yi.'i Main street
ci "music i "Music
No. 818 Main Btkiit,
rof the firm of Marsh k Pollock, ia now
lo serve hia friends aud tlio pnlilio gene-
MUSIC AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
ctfully solicit a call at my new sistatdish- I
y 018 Main St.. bet. Ninth aud Tenth. '
Inpai "pain k iiTiR."
Tho PAIN KILLER is by universal consent allow
ed to have won for itself a reputation unsurpassed
in tho history ol medical preparations. Its instan
taneous effect in thu eradication aud extinction ul
Pain in all its various fur ma Incident t» tho human
family, and tho unsolicited wi 'it ten and vorbal testi
mony of tho UHM lv ils favor, havo been, and ar
its own best advertisements.
The ingredients of the PAIN KIM.KK. beiog
I purely YK(I__TA_ITjK, render ita perfectly safe aud
: efficacious remedy taken internally, ns well as for
; external applications, whon used according to direc
| lions. Tho stain upon liuon from its use is readily
removed by washing with alcohol.
This Mediciue, Justly celebrated for ihtyure of to
many of the afflictions incident to the human fami
ly, has now boen beforo the public over THIRTY
YEARS, aud has found its way into alnio.t every
corner of tho world; and wherever it has been used,
the HUM opfcion is expressed Of its medical proper-
In any attack, whero prompt action upou the sys
tem is requlrod. the Paiu Killer is invaluable. Its
almost instantaneous affect in Relieving Paiu is truly
wonderful; and when used according to directions,
Is truo to its name, a PAIN KILLKR.
800 printed directions, which accompany each
Price 95 eta., 50 eta. aud • 1.00 per battle.
Sold by all Druggists.
ap 1— dAwlm j
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XJ who had suffered for years from Deafness, Ca
tarrh and Scrofula, was cured by a Bimpl - leinedy.
Her sympathy and gratitude prompts hor to send the
rocoipts froo of ehaigo to any ono similarly afflicted. I
Address MRS. M. C. I.BOOKT,
mhU—4w Joreoy City, N. J.
OEDUOTION OF TRICES
ti conform to 111 SDUCTlOJSi OP DI'TIESi
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t3 club orgnuizorH.
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mh 14—lw Now York, I'ostcfuce Box 5013.
' ['HE MAGIO COMB
X Will change any colored hair or board to a per- I
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I reduced rates. Address WM. PATTON, Treaa.,
Springfield, Mass. nilili-tw
j '|'HlB IS NO HUMBUG!
•*-,,, By sending 3S CENTS, with
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] baud or wife, with niiiue mill itarn of marriage. Ad
dross W. FOX, P. O. Drawor Ho. 21, Fultonvillo, New
*" rlt ' mh 14 —lw
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ford, Conn. ln h 14—4 W
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Where death was hourly expected from CONSUMP
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giving name of paper mh 14 -4w
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/-1 ■■•' LF,E.|
His Life and Times is now ready for Agents, in one
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mh 14 —Iw 664 Broadway, Now Yolk.
"DALTIMORK LOCK ILOHi'IVAL
KSTABUSIiED A 8 A BfTOOI KiiOM
THK ONLY PLACE WHERE A CORK
OAN BE OBTAINKD.
DR. JOHNSTON has HwM.HI lb.* most certain j
speedy, and only offorUial rNßodj in the world ter
Weakness ofthe Back or Limbs, Btrfoturot, Aff«t> i
tions ofthe Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary die
charges, tuipotenry, General IM-ility, Nervousness, i
Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits, Contusion of Idow,
[ Palpit.itfon ofthe Heart, Timidity, Frenblingii. Dim- j
neee of flight or Giduinofra, Di ■■.■;.*■■■■•* oi the
Throat, Note or Skin, AUectiun-i of thu Loon, Stum- j
ftth or Bowels—thoso terrible disorders err is teg from
the Solitary Habits of Yoiuh--lhoso secret and soli
tary practice! more fatal to their victims than the
a >ng of Syrens to tho Mariner of UlysHus, blighting
thoir most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering
raarrlagos, Ac, Impossible.
I KjpeciaUy, who havo become tho victim-* of Solitude
j Vice, that dreadful vi.d destru-.tiv bruit v huh annn
ally sweeps to an untimely grave thotUMndfl of Voting
Men ofthe mostoxaltod talent and brilliat.t intellect,
who might otherwiso havo entrance.l listening Son
it.ts with tho thunders of eloquence, or w-tked to
ecstacy the living lyree, may call with full confi
! Harried Persons, or Mon contotuplating
marriage, being aware of physical woakoo-m, oigauic
debilities, deformities, Ac, speodily cured.
Ho who places hfmsclf under the care of Lh. J.
may religiously confide on his honor as a goncb-uicr,
end confidently rely upon his skill as a physician
mmediately cured and full vigor restored.
This dreadful disease—which roudyrs life mUorable I
'■ and marriage impoßsiblo—is tho penalty paid by the
victims of improper indnlgoncios: Young persons
are too apt to com mitt excesses from uot lining aware I
of the dreadful consequences tbat may enißi, Now,
who that understands the subject will pretend to
deny that tho powor ol procreation U lost sooner by
those lalling into improper habits than bj ti
dent? Besides being deprived of tho pteosiir . J |
healthy offspring, tho most serious and destructive
symptoms to both body and mind arise. Tbe Ijetm
becomes doraogod, the physical and mental tauetfoM
weakened, loss of procrcativo power, nervous irrita
bility, dyapopaia, palpitation ofthe heart indipoe
tion, constitutional debility, a wasting of tho frame
coughs, consumption, Ac.
Omen No. 7 Sodtu Fridjeiok St_.mt,
f*eft hand side going from Baltimore street, a ten
doors from tho corner. Fail not to obsorvo the name
aud number. !
Lotters must be paid and contain a iteaip The
Doctor's Diplomas bang In his offlco. !
Member of tho Royal College of lorgeone, I I
graduate from one of tho most omlnont (Vlloges in
the United States, and tho gre iter part of whoso lif_
hae beon spont in tho hospitals of J_«ndon, Paris*
Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected some of the
most astonishing cures that were ever known; mint
troubled with ringing iv the head and ears when
aaleep, groat ncrvoiwimsH, being alarmed at sud-ln-i
sounds, bashfalnoss, with frequent blushing, atten | t .j
sometimes with a derangomeut of tbe mind, w»r#
i iii-.-i immediately.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. J. addressee all thoso who have Injured them
selves by impropor indulgeucies and solitary hut.tr>
which ruin both body and mind, unfitting them f.r
either business, study, soeioty or marriage.
Those are some of the sad and melancholy t-dects
produced by early habits of youth, viss: Weakn. i
the Back and Limbs, Palus in, the Head, mi
flight, Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation or :t.
Uoart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Derange men I
of the Digestive Function, General DoMI-tr, Snap
\ :.* of Consumption.
Tbo fearful effects on the mind are much __■ _, c
dreaded. Loss of Momory, Confusion of Ideaa, D«
provision of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion »,"
Society, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, Ac,
are aomo of tho evilß produced.
Thousands of persona of all ages can vow Juugr
what is thecauso of their declining health, loosing
their vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervoun and ema
ciated, having a singular appearance- abuut th* eyes i
cough and symptoms of ooasttsiptlom.
who have injured thomsolvos by a cetUiu practice
indulged in when alo^o—a habit frequently horned
from evil companions or at school, tho effiMtsof which i
aro nightly felt, evon when asleep, aud, if not cured j
renders marriage impossible, and destroys both mhnf
and body—should apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope ol hia
country, the prido of hid parents, should bo auatched
from all prospects aud enjoymenta of lite by the con
sequence of deviating from the path of nature and
Indulging in a certain Bocret habit. Such persons.
MUST, before contemplating
reflect that a sound mind and body are the most nec
essary requisites to promote connubial happiness; in
deed, without Uese, the journey throuoh life becomes
a weary pilgrimage, the prospect hourly darkens to
the view, tho mind becomes shadowed with dispail
and filled with the melancholy rotlectJo.i that the
happineaa of another bocomea blighted with our own
DISEABE OF IMPRUDENCE.
When the miaguided and imprudent votary oi
pleasure finds he has imbibed the seeds of this pain- i
nil disease, it too often happens that un Ul-timed
of shame or droad of discovery dutei-b him from up
plying to thoso, who, from education and
bility, can alone befriend him. Uo falbj into the
hands of ignorant and deafgfti&g pretenders, who, ii.
oapablo of curing, filch his pocuuiary ittlMtanc*, keM
him trilling mouth after month, or as long as the
smallest fee can bo obtained, aud with die-pair huive
him with ruined Jttmlfh over kit galling dis- I
appointment; or, by tho turn of .hat deadly poWM
Mercury, hasten tho constitutional lymptoms .-' (I:*
terrible disease, inch as Affection of l/i. ii<w!
Throat, Nose, Skin, oto,, progressing with frightful
rapidity till death puts v period to hia dreadlul soffssN I
Ing by sending him to that un_-_*oovere*l oouotl
from whose bourne no traveller retnrns.
ENDORSEMENT OF THE PKKHS.
Tho many thousands cured at thla iuatftutbuj
within the last eighteen yearn, and the numerous
Surgical Operations performed by Dr. Johnston, .wit
nessed by tho reporters of tho "ana" and many otbee
papere, uoticej of which appoarod again and
beforo the public, besides hi-, standing as a gentle
man of character and responsibility, is a sufflcJeut
guarantee to the afflicted.
BKIN DISEAME3 SPEEDILY OURBTt.
Persons writing sholud be pt_rUutil._>- la dtreocias
their letters to his institution in thu follow.ug ia_:i
JOHN M. JOHNSTON M. D.,
Baltimore Lock Hospital,
>ng6-Iy Baltimore Maryland.
DKBINtTS VIA FUQA euros all Uvcr, Kidney and
Bladder Diseases, Organic Weakness, female Affile
trens, General Debilitya nd complaints of the Urt
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Blooding or Itching PILES that DsßiS/j'B Tils lUra
I fails to cure.
■BINQ'B MAGIC LINIMENT cures Rheumatic
*, Sprains, Bruises und Swelled Joints, lv uieu
Id everywhere. Sond for pamphlet.
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fAKMJSRS' A MECHANICS' MANUAL.
Kdited by QKO. E. WARING, Jr.
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HBALTH OR WKAI.TII. I
Euglish Female Bitten.
English Femalo Bitter*,
English Female Bitters,
English Fenmlo Bitters,
Tiie Great Femalo Regulator, I
The Great Female Regulator, I
•The Great Femalo Regulator, I
Tlio Great Female Rogulator, I
Cures old aud young females,
Curef old and young femalea,
Cure* old and young females,
| Cures old and yeung females.
Cures falliug of the woinh. I
Cures falling of the womb. I
Cures falling of the womb. [
Cures railing of the womb.
No medicine ever offered tho publio has given
such universal .satisfaction as the English Female
Tbey cure recent or long standing easel after all
other modes of treatment fail. Boing composed of
powerful vegetable tonics which act upou tbe liver
and bowels, properly combined with iron, it is not
strange that physicians shonld recommend it, n our I
Cures sweet 16* and ugly 45.
Cures sweet 16 and ugly 1...
Cured sweet 16 and ugly 46.
Cures Bwoet If. and ugly 4_».
Cures aU uterine derangements. 1
Cares all uterine derangements.
Curufl all uterine derangements.
Curos all uterino derangements. |
Imparts Iron to the Blood.
Imparts Iron to the Blood.
Impaits Iron to tho Blood.
Pis Iron to tho Blood.
;Cur»BaW Hysterical females.
* Cured all Hysterical females.
Cured all Hysterical f< mi it. - I
.Cures all Hysterical female*.
BETTER THAN GOI.EI,
Is health among fomalos-
Is health among females.
Is health amoug females."
Is health among females.;;
fK. F. li. Regulates married and single. I
K. F. B. Regulates married and single. I
E. F. B. Regulates married and single. |
E. F B. Regulates married and single. I
Fattens the poor, strengthens the feeble.
Fattenß the poor, strengthens tho feoblo.
Fattens the poor, strengthens the feeble.
Fattens tho poor, strengthens the foeblo.
Gives color, beauty and health.
Givos color, beauty and health.
Gives color, beauty and health.
Gives color, beauty and health.
Knglfsh Female Bitters cures painful, suppressed
and irregular menstruation, chlorosis or groen sick
iiess, leucorrhtya or white, falling of tbo womb, ul
coration and irritability of tho womb, pain in tho
sido and back, nervousness, melancholy, palpitation, I
swimmiog of the head, cold feet and hands, etc , etc. I
Tis not a sweetened beverage,
'Tia not a swoetened beverage,
'Tis not a sweetened boverage,
Tis not a sweetened hovernge,,
Buti_an Iron and Vegetable Tonic,
But is an Irou and Vegetable Tonic,
But in -in Iron and Vegetable Tonic,
But is au Iron and Vegetable Tonic,
Never knowu to fail,
Nevor known to fail,
Never known to fail,
Never known to fail.
For diseases of tho womb. J
For dlsoases of the womb. I
For diseases of tbo womb.
For diseases of the womb. I
A MOTHER'S COMFORT.
Be it positively understood that one tabh'epoonful
of E. F. B. contains as much medical properties as
one bottle of any of tho common advertised bitters
of the day, and we challenge investigation. Ours is I
mado for Bick pocple, others are made expressly to I
drink as a boverage. Ours makes post tiro aud un- I
mistakablo cures, others canuot cnre, because they I
contain no medicinal properties. it, thoy [
know it, yen know it.
K. F. U, tiidd and Uldfftl digestion ._.
E. F. B. aids and assists digestion *
E. F. B.aids and assists digeßtiou.'
E. F. B. aida and as a i fits digestion.
It acts li .'rily ou the I.iver. I
It acts freely on tho Livor.
It acts freely ou the Liver.
It acta freely ou (ho Liver.
A powerful Tonic for all.
A i»owerful Tonic for all.
A poworfal Touic for all.
A powciful Tonlo for all.
Cures Ladies 1 Special Diseases.
Cures Ladies'.Special Dincasos.
Cureß Ladles' Hpecial Diseases.
Cures Ladies' Special Diseases.
Be It also remembered that this Great Female
Hegulator is intended for all ages and conditions,
where any derangement ofthe womb exista, espe
cially in those that have taken cold and checked tbe I
monthly period, giving pain and suffering instead.— I
It at once arouses and removes all unnatural obstruc- I
tions, giving strength, hoalth and buoyancy to the
i wholo system.
Some young ladles have bloodlosa lips and guma,
aud pale faces; have no appetite, are dull, careless,
melancholy, indifferent to society, easily fatigued,
with a palpitating hoart, constipated bowels, torpid
liver aud feeblo frame, constant headache, etc.
All these caiei are cured by the use of English Fe
male Bitters, and we offer $100 for any case which
wo canuot cure by thoir au, where no organic lesion
exists. This medicine is put up iv large Bottles und
sold at $1.60, or six Bottles for $3. Sold by Drug
gists aud Merchants everywhere.
J. P. DROMOOOLH & CO., Proprietors,
NEURALGIA. NERVOUS AFFECTION'S, ERUP
TIONS OF THE SKIN. HUMORS, LOSS OF
VIGOR, DISEASES OF KIDNKYS
AND BLADDER, AND ALL DIS- I
EASES CAUSED BY A J
BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD, I
OR A DISEASED CONDITION OF TOT
IVEB, KIDNETB, NERVOUS SY3TEM,_ro
thoroughly ERADICATES every klml of Hnmot
ud Bad Taint, and restores the entlro system ts, a
ealthy condition. '
INBS HAVE BEEN CHANCED BY Tnk
IIS MEDTCINK FROM WEAK SICKLY
G CREATURES, TO STRONtI, IIKALTIIY
'V MEN AND WOMEN. i
fnehas attained such a GREAT ItKi't,
this Justly CELEBRATED Coinpoiind, '
Aby the Etekait Medical , n - j
id ,11 . ,ii.i,,t, 1.-.l by the l'< esideut of tbr
ty or tho E. Medical College of »he
City or New York.
orxssoa R. S. NEWTON, M. D.,
d President ofthe Faculty, late "Pro
Theory aud Practfce"of Mirillclne,
c moßt eminent men ..f bis age well
re author of the following standard modi
NEWTON'S "PRACTICE Of MFDI
BKABKB OF CHILDREN " "NKWTON'I
IIOKRY," Ac, iv December uiimtiei ,-•
dodical Review—page 211, says:
;lie more recent efforts to Introduce pop
of tho new remedies, we uotice a new
compounded by J. J. LAWRENCE M
Ik, Va., which is furnished to the profea
public In any desired quantity. We re
ilnod hia Laboratory, and became fully
! all his work is dove iv the best manner
approved process, and from tlio best ir.a
rg as a result a medicine moating th»
f the physicians and tbo public."
IUREB SCROFULA IN ITS WORST
Mills, a prominent and well-known mer
cbaut of Norfolk, Va.
nln Street, Norfolk, Va., Sept. 10, lSftj.
.AWRKNOE—Dear Sir: Your Kosket
vondersiu my family. My daughter has
er fiwm Scrofula since childhood. Shi
le piece* of bono from ber anklo, several
l, besides having ulcers in several parti-
Whilst in this condition rilieiromnieiies-d
Koskoo—it acted like a clii.i m on hor;
the ulcers gradual!) headed,and has
■ti greatly improvod. It certainly saved
Soring, amf perhaps In-r life. 1 regard
ciflo for all scrofulous arteciluui Your
cured my wife of dyspepsia, from a filch
greatly. She is now in battel health
been fn five years. •
ho highest regard,
I am gratefully yours, Ac,
A. W. MILLS,
■donad by tbo trost physicians overj-
I the following from Dr. Tillery, a sne
tionerof many years standing' lv the
Rocky Mount, Edgecombe Co. )
September 10,1860. j
-AWRHNOE- Dear Sir: I have uaeo
rated Fluid Extract of Koskoo in my
the happiest results. 1 find it to vt
Aver Invigorator, Blood Purifier, and
c. In nil diseases of i lie Liver Hi tof
ie, and Nervous Affections, It is a romed
alue ; in fact, iv almost every variet
sease is use its indicated. Hoping yo
h the success which yon deserve a*
of reliable medicines, 1 am sir wit
i ■ ■ >
Your obedient servant,
R. 0. TILLERY, M D.
IDSEB ODRONIO RHEUMATISM
Norfolk, Va., Sept. 7, miff).
IWRENCB—Dear Sir: My sou has r»
h benofitfrom yonr wonderful Koskoo
refrain from expressing my gratitude
most everything without benefit. I be
ncerlty, that your Koskoo is au infall
r tho disease from which tieliassuflorw
I can learn, has never failed. It yoi
) Immense amount of snffuriug he ha*
en you could conceive tho value of sue
[oskoo—that surely curoe. Tho gri-a
sd ft Is now doing among us is Inest
am, respectfully yours, Ac ,
Mrs, M. E. A. NKLBON.
lowing from Mr. Wouibln, a proiuiiien
reliant of ttiiscity:
». 13, Market Square, Norfolk, Va., I
October lit, 1889. /
ENCE—Dear Sir: To the large nnni
nials which you offer to the great e(B
t.mkt.o, I take ploasure in adding m
iresl greatly with Nervous Debility
sof Appetite, Ac. Two bottles of Ko»
--ne to health.
J. Q. WOMBLI.
W. 11. Christian, Pastor Diuwiddla
Portsmouth, Va., October 25,186 D.
rlify that I know Dr. Luwronce well.
nan of cultivation, and worthy of th*
lee. I have used bis Koskoo with ad
self, and have adopted Its nse In my
of nervous debility and depression.
W. 11. CHRISTIAN,
loyd, a Physician of large practice.
Great Bridge, Va , October 8,136».
ENCE, M. Ii.~ll..„, Hir: I cheerfully
luskin. us being a most valuable propa
■lamination of tho formula, I find
t highly extolled by our beet and moil
ifcal investigators. I have tested it*
* n practice, and have no hesitation iv I
recommending it. In my opinion, it is the bost com I
pound or its class ever put before tho public—ex- I
Deeding by far all the various compound* of sarsapa
rflla, Ac, ever Invented. It is a decided Nerve Tonic I
snd Invigorator of the animal forces, aiding diges
tion and assimilation, and thereby producing hoalth) I
Mood, which ahoultl be the basis of treatment iv all I
dm.r.:.- diseases. Uoping you will reap tho reward
rou deserve from the public as a benofactor,
hi am lir, yours truly,
CHARLES i-I.OYP, M.D.
ding the above Illicit recuminendatioiis, In
rallda canuot reasonably hetrftate to give the KOS
-100 a trial.
ror Additional Testimonial!,
from Physicians, Eminent Divines, Editors, Drug
:l*t», Merchants, Ac.se* KOSKOO ALMANAC for
rt<»,:_: IIHIC DOLLAR PKK Kill XI.«,
'** toi. ea aU of Oi4 frwttfitU l>r„ a oittt i
it* i.-a__ _..<_. ■__ MriHtk il-ttnw.
wo ■ a m ,
females, owing to the peouliar and important re
lation* which they sustain, their peculiar organlta-
Hon, and the oflc*a they perform, are subject to
many sufferings. Freedom from those contribute In no
small degree to their happiness and welfare, for dob*
can be happy who are ill. Not only «o, but bo on*
th*** Tarioua female complaint* can long be suffered
to rnn on without Involving the goneral health of
the Individual, aan *re long producing permanent
sickness and premature decline. Nor 1* It pleasant
to consult a physician for th* relief of th*** various
delicate affections, and only upbu th* most urgent
necessity will a tr«e woman so far sacrifice her great",
eat charm* to do thl*. Th* set will then thank a*
for placing in their hands simple specifics which will
be found efficacious In relieving and curing almost
•very.on* of those troublesome complaints pecnlla
to tho s*
1 1 Kf, MIIOI-I iS EXTRACT OF BUOHU.—Hundred*
«uffor en in silence, and hundred* or other* apply
vainly to drogglsts and doctors, who either merely
tantalize them with the hop* of a cur* or apply
romedio* which make them worn*. I would not wish
to assort anything that would do Injustice- to th*
afflicted, but lam obllgod to *ay that although It
may ba produced from ezcawivo exhaustion of tba
powers of life, by laboiiou* employment, unwhole
some air and food, profu** menstruation, tha as* of
tea and coffee, and frequent childbirth, it I* farof
tener caused by direct irritation, applied to th* mu
crr.i membrane ef the vagina ltsolf.
When reviewing th* causes or these distressing
complaints, it is most painful to contemplate th* at
tendant evils consequent upon them. It la but sim
ple Justice to th* subject to enumerate a few of tl•
many additional causes which so largely affect th*
Ife, hoalth, aud happinea* of woman In all classes ol
society, and which, ooasequeotly, affect more or lata
Irectly, the welfare of the entire human family.—
The mania that ovists ftir precocious education and
marriage, causes th* year* that nature designed for
corporeal developemont to be wasted and perverted
iv the restraint* of dreaa, the early confinement of
■hool, aud especially In the unhealthy excitement of
I ball-room. Thu*, with the body half-clothed
nd the mini] un duly moiled by pleasure, pervert
ig In midnight revel the hour* desigued by nature
or sleep and re»t, the work of de»truction I* half
In consequence of this early strain upon bar sys
tem, unnecessary offort Is required by the delToat*
otary to retain her situation in school to a later
Iggraveting the evil. When one excite
■r, another ln prospective keeps the mind
iiisitivo to Impression, while the now con
uliit of fashionable dress, absolutely for
> exercise indispensable to the attainmeii
on of organfo hoalth and strength; th*
' night air; the sudden change of tempt
complete prostration produced by exco*
rt, must, of noceasity, produce their legiti-
A t last, an early marriage caps thecli
cry, aud the unfortunate one, hitherto
3gardleu of tbe plain dictates and remon
her delicate nature, becomes an nnwill
ol medical treatment. Tbla Is but a
iture of the experience ef thou muds o
re the ability to exercise the Amotion* of
ye organs, they require an education of
iar nervous Bystem, composed of what fa
-sue, which is, I common with th* fe
and lipa, evidently nnder the control or
tions aud associations at an early parlod
, a* wu shall aabaequently see, the** wuc
excesslve, lead, long before puberity, to
Ir *ap the very life or tbeir victims er*
elf-cnmpleted their development.
ilo Weakness and Debility sThite* or
, "• oo Profuse Menstruation, Exhaustion,
inliiiiii.il rerun's Prolapsus and Boai
rProlapsu Uteri, we offer the moat par
known : Hsi.mroiu's Compound kx
enu. Dlrectloua for m, diet, and advice,
> every period of lire, from infancy lo ax.
:«, will find It a remedy to aid nature fn
eof lv functions. Strength Is the glory
and womanhood. Hxmudie's Ezuiot
re strengthening than any ot the pre-
Bark or Iron, infinitely safer, and mor*
iLkDi.Lii's Extbaoi Buouu, having r«
dorsement of the most prominent Phj*.
United State*, I* now offered to afflioted
a certain cure fr.r the following;disea*o*
ns, from whatever cauao originating ;
ility, Mental and Physical Depression,
Determination of Blood to the Head,
as, Hysteria, General Irritability, Reel
Sleeplessness at night, Absence of Mus
icy, Loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia, Kiua-
Spirits, Olsorgaiiizatlou or Paralysis or
r Uouoratlon, Palpitation of tbe Heart,
ill the eonooultauts or a Nervon* and
lie of the system.
the genuine, cut this out. Ask tor
Take no other. Sold by Druggist* and
wb*r*. Pile* tl, s» par bottle, or
r tO.SO. Delivered to any addle**
torn* in all c.uiuinnloallous. Address
11. T. ÜBI.MBOLD, Drag and Ohemloal WareboM*.
• •>* Broadway, M. T.
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