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BATTLE OF PEL
The Turks i'hnrslnfr Aittnuul Agalu Only
to be Ilcp ulnrd.'
The following Btory of .the battlo of
Pelisat, near Plevna, ia famished by the
London Daily Ncws's correspondent
with tho Russian army:
Osinan Pasha's attack on the Russian
positions at Pelisut was one of the hard?
est fought battles of the war. Tho Turks
early in the fight cup tu red a Run sinn
redoubt one mile in front of Pelisat. In
the course of one hour this redoubt was
taken by the Turks, retaken by the Rus?
sians, and taken again by the Turks.
The Russian left wing was driven back
on Pelisat, in front of which trenches
had been dug and wore liuod with troops.
The Turks advanced as though deter?
mined to drive our left out of Pelisat
and turn it. The Turks began to de?
scend the hill in time direction, not with
a rush, but leisurely, and without firing;
not in masses or lines, but scattered and
diffused. They came down about half?
way in this manner, the Russian artill?
ery tearing up tho groups all the time in
the most savage manner. The Turkish
advance now veered to the left, and went
at the Russian trenches on the crest of
the hills between Pelisat and Zgalinco
without a shout, opening .flro at the
same time. The Turks descended into
a little hollow below and were lost to
sight for a time, while the Russian
trenches flamed and smoked and a storm
of balls was poured into the advancing
Turks. This must have lasted fifteen or
i wenty minutes, during which time a
earful loss of life must have occurred.
Then we saw the Turks bogin to with?
draw,, carrying off their wounded. The
Turks had- no sooner withdrawn from
the Russian fire than they formed and
advanced again. Many dead bodies of
Turks were found within ten feet of the
Russian trenches. The little slope on
the crest of which the trenches were
situated was literally covered with dead.
I counted seven on a space of not more
than ten feet square. The battle here
was terrible; but the Turks were again
repulsed. It will hardly be believed
that they went at it again, and yet they
did so. It seemed madness, because we
could see that tho Russian fire never slack?
ened nn instant, and that the Rttafian
line never wavered, while reservesi-aVerA
waiting behind ready to fall in Jfujhrf
least sign of wavering. This seeuo^pf
carnage was again repeated, buF only
lasted a moment. The TiirksV*jfflm
pletely broken, withdrew sullenlyf fir?
ing, and carrying off their wonndoa and
many of their dead. They fell back on
the redoubt which they had first taken,
apparently with the intention of holding
it, but they were not allowed to remain
long there. Another attack on the Rus?
sian center had been equally as unsuc?
cessful as that on the Russian.. trenehea
ou the left. The Russians punned the
retreating Turks with a murderous fir?.
Then six companies went at them with
bayonet and swept them out of the re?
doubt like n whirlwind. At four o'clock
the Turks were in retreat everywhere,
and the Russians occupied the whole of
their first position besides pursuing the
Turks a short distance with cavalry.' The
Russians were about twenty thousand |
strong,. Their loss in" estimated at five
hundred, and the Turkish loas at two
thousand killed and wounded."
An Editor's Advice.
Sam Bowles, of the Springfield (Mass.)
Republican, is a thorough newspaper
man. The other day he was called on
by a young man who was in reduced cir?
cumstances for a loan. He told Bowles
that he had no work, that he had been
sick for several weeks, tho expense of
which had taken his last 'penny, and he
was now perfectly destitute. '?
" Have you tried everything ?" queried
the editor.
"Everything."
Mr. Bowles looked up at the ceiling
as if in deep thought. In a moment a
sudden light came into his face.
"I've got it," lie exclaimed.
The young man's face brightened
V Advertise!" cried Bowles. " That'll
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been made rich by the judicious use of
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And he glowed all over with the fervor
of the idea, while the young man, giving
him an apprehensive glance, hastily got
out of the building.:?Dan bury Newa.
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Tho lightest, sweetest, moat wholosomo and
delicious Vienna rolls, tea biscuits, bread, muf?
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celebrated baking powder has stood the critical
test of tbo best houskoepers and the consum?
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years. It is absolutely pure, and always of
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cans. Most all good grocers sell it.
Physicians of high standing unhesitatingly
give their indorsement to tho use of the Qraef
enberg-Marshall's Catholicon for all female
complaints. The weak and debilitated find won?
derful relief from a constant use of this valu?
able remedy. Sold by all druggists. 91.60 per
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Grasshoppers, potato bugs, tramps and
traveling agents aro the farmer's curse. The
last ean be avoided by buying direct. Five
Ton Wagon Scales aro 'sold at ?50 each. On
trial, freight prepaid, by Jones, of^Btagham
ton, Binghamton, N. Y.
Our sale for Hatch's Universal Cough Syrup,
for four years past, has boon greater than for
any similar preparation. Waldo A Tracy,
_Waverly, N. Y.
If You Are llllleaw.
tone np your liver. Take Quirk's Irish Tea.
Sold by druggists at 26 ots. a package.
f'eravinii Hvrnp v*. Alcoholic Tonics,
?tuts booh r desideratum with tbo inodical
profession to proparo a preparation of iron leas
objectionable than any of those now iu vine,
which often procure unfavorable effects upon
the aybtorn, eapeoially when prepared with
alcoboUo fluids.
In many cases of debility and convalescence
from disease, whoro a to nie hi indicated, wino,
brandy, porter, etc., have been rocommendod ;
but these ore of- very doubtful, eflicncjg. to say
the least. Alcohol is never digested, is ranked
among the diffusible stimuli, and is incapablo
of affording nutrition. It creates generally au
unnatural excitement and derangement of the
circulation, irritating the wboio system by pre?
venting the blood from losing its carbon.
Again, how difficult it is to obtain an artiole ep
Ereaching to purity, almost all the wines,
randies, porters, etc., being more or less
adulterated.
Such being tho case with regard to the spirit?
uous preparations of iron, and tho alcoholic
drinks, of which any one can satisfy himself by
investigating the subject, au opportunity is
now presented in tho Peruvian Syrup, for the
trial of an article in general practice, which
has the vary strongest recommendations from
medical and sdeutitio men of the highost
character--a preparation which so happily com?
bines tho protoxide of iron with tho other con?
stituent parts that the effects incident to tho
uso of iron salts aro ontirely obviated.
For all cases in which iron or any tonic is
needed, this preparation is confidently believed
to be far superior to any other. It seems to
purify the very fountain of health.
Sold by dealers generally.
A Theory Bane Out by Facta.
Tho theory that lack of vigor is tho under?
lying cause of diaeaeo is receiving daily con?
tinuation of the most positive kind in the cure
of dyspepsia, liver disorders, and kidney, blad?
der and uterine complaints by Hostetter's
Stomach Bittars, the ruling remedy for mala?
dies attribut&blo to weakness. This superb
tonio is never employed wrthypt tbo most bene?
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of urination, and indeed the entiro system
acqoiies both vigor and regularity through its
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every failing function. It is an incomparable
specific for chills and fever, and other maladies
of a malarial type, prevents their attacks, is a
reliable, means of counteracting the effects of
undue exposure to fatigue, and soothes as well
as strengthens tho nervous organism.
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JAMB8 BUTJLL. - - PRESIDENT'
Vegetine
Purifies the Blood, Eenovates
and-* Invigorates the
Whole System.
ITS MEDICAL PROPERTIES ARE
Alterative, Tonic, Sol?
vent and Diuretic.
vegetine Reliable Evidence.
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1 Mr. II. R. Stevens:
J>nir Sir?1 will most cheerfully add
my testimony to the great numDeryou
havo already received in favor of your
, crroat and good medicine.V KU KTINK.
' for I do not think enough can be said
. in ita praise, for I was troubled over
thirty years with that dreadful disease,
Catnrrb, and had auch bad coughing
i sptlls that it woxrfd seem as though 1
never could broathn any more, and
Via; KT INK has cured me; and I do
1 feat to thank Cod all the time that
' there is ao good a medicine ua VKCK
I TIN K, and I also think it one of the
; best medicines for coughs, ami weak,
: sinking feelings at the stomuuh, nnd
1 advise everjb dy to tako tho VKCK
TIN'K. for I cm assure them it is one
' of the best medicines that ever was.
i Mrs. I., tit irk.
Cor. Mug r in? and Walnut Streets,
, Cambridge, Mass.
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strength, and n^npolite
?il hor health,
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No. 4!> Soars Building,
Boston. Mos.?.
Cannot Be Excelled.
Charlestown, Mass.
U. It. 8t?vf.ks:
Jtmr Sir?This is to c;rtify thsl I
hava used your " Blood Preparation "
in my family for sovoral years, and
think Hint, for Scrofula or Cankoroua
Humors or Kheumatio Affections, it
cannot tie excelled; and, aa a iilood
Runder or spring medicine, it is the
list thing I have ever used, and I have
ured almost everything. I can cheer?
fully recommend it to any one in need
of suoh a medicine.
Yours respectfully,
Miib. A. A. D1NSMORK.
No. IS Hussell Street.
Vegetine IT1S A yALUABLE BOOT.
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South Boston, Feb. 7.1870:
Mr. Htrvkns:
Dear Sir?I hs70 taken ic70ril bottles
nf your VKCKTINK,and am convinced
it is a valuable remedy for Dyspepsia,
Kidney Complaint and general debility
of the system.
I oan heartily recommend it to all
suffering from the above complaints.
Yours respectfully.
Mns. MONROK PAKKKR.
SS Atluuis Street.
VEGETINE
PRKPARKU BY
H. B. STE7ENS, Boston, Mk.
Vegetine is Sold by All Druggists.
CLOCKS
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aru aup?rior la design and not
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keepers. Ask jour Jewelor for
tbem. Manufactory?Bristol, Ct.
A SOVEREIGN BALM
Cun be iound in that great and reliable nindicine,
Allen's Lung: Balsam,
by the o>e of which health and happinot". arc rcatorrd to
those afllictod wil h any litinjr or 'rltro.it dihcatr, tucli as
Coughs, Colli?, Aslhrai, limnchitiri and Consumption.
It cures Uotigb snd Consumption. It corns Croup?und
should be kopt i'> * I? hooHo of erery family.
Sol<! b.v fill Medicine Dculrrs.
. /HUNT'S REMEDY ^
<lDNEV MEDICINE
A positive remcdylor I? ropsy and nil diseases of I
the Kidneys, Dlatldor sud Urinary Or-1
-an?. Haars llonaerty ii purely vegetable and
prepared expressly f-r the a bo re dlscaaea. It ha?|
cured thousands, fjietvtiotllc warranted. Bend to W.
K. Clarke, I'rovldsnce. ft I., Tor illustrated pamphlet.
It, he will order It fur y
If your druggist don't juCTj I
ryou.
wasnburn & Moen ManTg ?jo.
WORCESTER, MASS.
Solt ataaofartatrrt SiA ef Clkago, ef i
WTUT STEEL BH? ra?C, f
A BTEEL Thorn Hedge. No other Fencing; so
cheap or pat up so quickly. Never rusts, stains,
decays, an risks, nor warps. Unaffected by lira,
wind, or flood a csniplote barrier to tho most
unruly stock. Impassable by man or beast TWO
THOUSAND tons sold AND PUT UP
DURINO THE LAST TEAR. For sale at tho
loading hardware stores, with Stretchers aad
Staples. Send for illustrated Pamphlet.
GRACE'S
Salve!
A VEGETABLE I'll P. PA RATION,
Invented in tho 17th century by Dr. William Grace,
Surgeon in King James' army. Through its agency bo
cured thousnmts of the most aerftcus sorea and iroonds
that baffled the skill of the most eminent physicians of
his day, snd was regarded by all who knew him as a
publio benefactor. 25 cents s box. For Sale by Drug?
gists generally. Sent by mail on receipt of price.
Prepared by SF.TII W. POWI.K ?fc SONS,
_. 88 llnrrlwon Avefaar. Bosloy, gjSMeaj
DO YOUR OWN PA INT I NC WITH
POMEROY'S
INDESTRUCTIBLE PAINT
(Pure Linseed Oil the only liquid in it).
FOR HHINCI.K AND TIN ROOFS,
And all Out tide uses where a most iu uaiu.k pmm
needed. (Sold mixed and ready for use.)
It effectually resists heat, frost, rain aad snow.
It slops lenk? nnd arrests decay.
It protects from .park* and nving cinder*.
It makes oM ehingle roof* about equal to new.
And olrf tin ro^ra fully equal to new.
On?i roar only needed for shingles or tin.
1 X, gallon a square for shingles; Hi gallon for tin. 1: will
not impair rain water evenj'or driuktt,<j.
It In purr, cheap, durable nnd handsome,
(Roofs mu*i Ac jterfeetly dry when it is pat on )
N. n. ? Kannen,, Manufacturers, Charitable and Kdu
cational Institutions, Railroad Co.'a, and everybody alt?,
will find it just what they need for buildings, roofs,
barns, fences, cars, iron work, etc., etc., yretUly di.itosed
to ike destructive action nf the elevient*.
We refer to
The N Y. State Lunatiu Asylum at Utica.
Messrs. J. S. A M. Peckham. Store 3sanntVe, Utica.
" Ruasel Wheeler A Ron, " " "
and many others. Onr Paint (Brown and Drab) is now
largely u?ed by some ol the Moar celebrated State, Educa?
tional, Charitable and Manufacturing Institution?in the
country.
1 to 6 gallon Cans, sent as antuple*? Brown Roof Paint,
at 81.25 a gallou; Drab Paint at 81. GO a gallon.
rath, with the order.
By tho Barrel (about SO galls.) Roof, at Ot cte. snd
Drab, 91.36 a gallon ?with f.i'6era? pi**~tnt to the
Trade.
Apply at our factories on Columbia. Cornelia and
Cooper Streets.
THEO. POMEROY&SON,
Office?75 Columbia. Hirerr, I TK'A, N. V.
Send for Circular._
POND'S KKTBACT.
POND'S EXTRACT.
The People's Remedy.
The Universal Fain Extractor.
Note: Ask for Pond's Extract.
Take no Other.
"Hear, for I will speak of excellent things."
POND'S EXTRACT ?Tho great Vegetable
P:i i ii Destroyer. Has beenin use over thirty
i cars* aud for cleanliness uud prompt curative
. ri in- < cannot bo excelled.
CHILDREN. No family can afford to he with
iiin Pond's Extract. Accidents, Braises*
( ?.Illusion?, Cuts, Sprains, are relieved al
????.?t instantly by extcrniii application. _PrompUy
vllevet pains of Darns. ?""' '
lion*, Chaflngs, Old Sore
- lu-vea pains of Darns. ScaldH, Excoria?
tion*, Chafing*, Old Sores, Dolls, Felons,
< oriiH, etc. Arrests inflammation, reduces swell
lugs, stops bleeding, removes discoloration and
hnsls rapidly. ......
j, \imks find It their best frtend. It assuages the
pains to which they are- peculiarly subject?
notably fullness snd pressure In the) head. n?use<>
??ertlgo, etc. Itpromptly ameliorates and per
ncntly heals ail kinds of tuOaaimatlor. .ad
11 e? 1O11It DOIDS or PILES find Ir tho onl*
luitnedlato relief nnd ultliniilo cure ..o case, how?
ever chronlo or obstinate caa '-<-<, ?-esut its rcgu
Va'rIOOHB VEINS. I
D.LEEDINO from any . r;-....? ??.._
flc. It has saved I* loarcds of lives when all other
remedies falle' c arrest bleeding from nose,
stomach, >-es, and elsewhere.
TOOTIIA'VK, Earache, Neuralgia snd
Ithc*'il'tttlsm nro all alike relieved and often
pcen.iiiicntlv cured. . ? .
pjr/\ MCIANH i f all schools who aro acquainted
with Pond's Extract recommend it In their
practice. Wo have letters of commendation from
of Physicians; tunny of whom order It
,.io only euro euro,
l*te. por this It las sp?cl?
hundreds
for usoln their own practlci
In addition to Ihn
mruBuiu iimii i".33 -V"",;
forcgolDg they order Its use for Swelling* of all
kinds.. Quinsy, Sore Thront, inflamed
Ton-ills, simple and*chronlo piarrhoj - in
.... hren, Ca*
tarrn nor which it Is a swew/l..), Chilblain?,
Frosted Feet, Stings of Inserts, Itlosqn i
toV, < t. rjhnpncd I rands, Face, and indeed
nil manner <'f stin <iisce-.es.
TOiLET I'SE. Removes Soreness, Rertgh?
ness and Smartingi heals Cuts, Emotions
andI Pimples, it revive*, inviolate* and rev
frenht*. whllo wonderfully Improving tbo Com.
TOPF?tRMER9-Pond,s Extract. No???*
llfoeil"; no Uvery Man can afford to bo wlUtont it.
It Is used by sll Iba leading Llyory Rtablet Street
itsilroads and first Horsemen In New York City.
It has no enusi for Sprains. Harness| or BaddTe
Chaflngs, Stiffness. Scratches. Swellings, Cuts,
Lacerations. Bleedings. Pneumonia, colle, Plar
rhcBA, Chills, colds, etc. Its range of action Is
wide and the rellcfUaffords Is so prompt that His
Invalushle in every Farm-yard ss welt as IneTery
V9arm-hpuse. Let It be tried onco and jou win
never bo without It. _ ,_
CAUTION I Pond's Extract has been Imitated,
f ho gYnufne article has tho words Pond's Ex?
tract blown In csch bottle. It Is prepared by the
onlv ocrssns living who ever knew bow to
Srcnsreft'prT.porlyy iteluse all otheypreptvrstlpns
of Witch lUSSr T'hls Is tho only arflolo used by
Physicians, and In tho hospIUls of this country
II ISTOR Viand Uses of Pond's Estraet, in
<?t*l O n day at home. Agenta wanted. Outfit a?u
gPAB terms free. TRUE A OO., Augusta. Hain?.
In *1 tn S9fl tH'r day at homo. Sample* worth i*t
Mit) ^_w,**..,,,.f'?l.,^.ow*, ",wn Terms and 96 oct?
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Mn.de by if A prent? In .lr.n.77'w!th
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TO HJ4.ANTHONY 104 REAPg ST. MDjOggg
SANDAL-WOOD
A positiv? remedy for all disease, of the Kidneys.
HI adder aj"1 Urlnnry Organs , also good In Drop,
?loaI Complaints. It never produces sioknees, is
certain sad speedy in IU action. It is feat snpenedlng
all other remedies. Sixty capsules cure In Six or sigh
day*. No other medloine can dx> this.
Itewnr? of I mit alten?, for, owing to tta great
success, many have been offered; some are moat danger,
ous, causing pile., etc.
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No. 38
WHKN WRITING TO ADVP.RTJHER8
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