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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
BtJCKHocT, the murderer, wh executed at
'White Plains, N. T., on Friday. He betrayed
no 'fear of death, and said he was content to
die.. ....A woolen-mill at Peterboro, N. H.,
caught fire by spontaneous combustion, on
Thurs fay, and was wholly destroyed. An
operative, named Mrs. Ellen Upton, was
burned to death. The mill and stock were
insured for $20,000...... In New York on Tues
day, W. J. Pollock was arrested and held t
bail in the sum of $20,000 for alleged smug
gling operations in linen and jute goods
Richard O'Gorman has been re-elected Presi
dent of the Hew York Board of Commis
sioners of Immigration A collision oc
curred on the Connelsville railroad, at Lay
ton's station, Pa., on Thursday, by which
two freight trains were telescoped. . J. Nur
tenny, the engineer, was fatally injured, and
four car-loads of live stock were killed.
Capt. Lsohard Einnis, of Elizabeth,
N. J., was accidentally shot, on Friday, by
his ion, 11 years old, probably fatally......
The challenge of the Atlanta for a four-
oared shell race on the Thames is accepted
by the London Rowing Club. Six men will
be taken to England by the New Yorkers.
Henry Hepner, of New York, who re
cently shot his son and then attempted to
kill himself, died of his injuries on Satur
day ....A. B. Bartholomew killed Charles F.
Storer, of Chelsea, Mass., on Sunday, by
stabDing nim twice in tne breast with a
large knife. Jealousy was the cause.
Authority has been received from the
Treasury Department for an investigation
into the exploded Eighth National Bank of
New York ...In the Pittsburgh breach of
promise case, Mrs. Vankirk vs. Johnson, the
jury has given a verdict for $2,000. Both
parties appear to be satisfied The receiver
of the Lorillard Fire Insurance Company of
New York has declared a first dividend of
60 cents on the dollar, payable on demand
......The Pennsylvania Democratic State
Convention will be held at Beading on
At Jersey City, the grand jury have found
.110 indictments, most of which are against
the ringites of that city and county for pec
ulation of the public funds United States
Attorney Davis has not yet taken anv action
upon the orders of the Attorney General to
prosecute the Htsw xork Custom
House officials who are guilty of
bribery, but states that at the
next term of the courts he will take steps to
nave tne culprits indicted.
A PAssaaont car on the Delaware and
Lackawanna road, near Binghampton, N.
Y., was thrown down an embankment 26
feet high, on Tuesday morning, by reason of
a Droaen rail, several passengers were se
riously injured The coroner's jury at
Hempsted, Long Island, rendered a verdict
charging Hannah M. Fowler and George
x owier, a younger Brother of ner Husband,
seme, large quantities of which, it is said
were found in the liver and kidneys of the
deceased Foster, the car-hook murderer,
of New York, haa been sentenced to be
hanged March 22...... The oil man ufactory of
jj. u. ueggs, m new xorx, was burned on
Tuesday morning. Loss $80,000...... On Fri
day morning, at Brownsville. Pa., a fire de
stroyed Wilgers" shoe and bat store, Devere
& Co.'s clothing store and building, Gum
mert's building, Duncan's furniture store,
Story's saloon, and a barber shop. Loss
$52,000 : insurance $25,000.
Tbb California Assembly (Republican) by
. a vote of 64 to 17, has passed a resolution
asking Congress to permit the levying of
special mining tax on Uninese The ben
ate (Democratic) has passed the same to
engrossment The snooting of James
Trimble a few days since, by the guard of
tne Adams express company, was tne ter
mination of a series of robberies of their cars
of thousands of dollars' worth of jewelry.
Through his confession the greater portion
of the goods have been recovered Two
freight trains on the Toledo, Wabash and
Western railroad collided near Mil-
mine Station on Friday. Tony Fig
aro, brakeman, had one arm broken, and
John Patterson had a leg broken, and the
engines and a number of cars were badly
used up. On the same mad a freight train
ran into a car loaded with iron which was
standing upon a side track near Carthaee.
Engineer bteele, the fireman, and brake-
man were badly injured The body of
, Henry a. sweet, son or Alanson sweet, an
old resident of Milwaukee, was found fro sen
between Superior and Bayfield, a few days
since, where he had gone to look after
property The first of the riot murder
- cases at Los Angeles has resulted in a ver
dict of not guilty, the District Attorney
stating that he had only Chinese testimony
to offer, which waa not reliable. The de
fense introduced no witnesses... ...A grinder
employed in tne reaper works of r. ti.
Manny, at Bockford, 111., was on Thursday
caught in a belt from a shaft, revolving at
the rate of seventy-five revolutions a min
ute, and almost instantly killed. His head
was crushed and his bones badlv broken.
The deceased was a Swede, named Charles
Ingland, and Was about 22 years ld
Harry Johnson, employed on a wood-sawing
machine, was killed at Maeomanie, Wis., on
Thursday, by. the bursting of the fly-wheel.
pieces striking him in the head and chest,
Killing nim almost instantly.
- A pbtvatb letter from Fort Benton, Mon
tana, states that during the latter part
December the thermometer marked 69 de
grees below aero ; that buffalo, antelope, cat
tle and horses were frozen te death in large
nun: bers. On Janury 12, when the letter
was written, the weather had moderated
zo degrees below zero At Lagro, Ind., on
Friday, the heading and stave factory
Scherschell A Bro. was destroyed by fire.
Loss about $8,000 The jury in the case
Jtt. J- ungat, state .ranter of Indiana, on
trial for perjury and overdraw, have returned
a verdict of not guilty United States
Deputy Marshall John Peeke, having
charge a man implicated in robbins the ex
press at Muskoga, Indian territory, was shot
ana mortauy wounded at that place, on the
15th inst., by some teamsters, with whom
he had some high words.
: Tbb Kansas House, in Committee of the
Whole, on Monday agreed to the Senate bill
providing that nobody shall be hanged for
murder until one year after conviction, and
not wen unless tne ixovernor issues tne war
rant for execution, which he may never do
Unless he so elects At Bowers town. Ohio.
on Sunday, a desperate Tonne man named
George Clark, shot his sister with a rifle be
cause see threw snow at him. The ball
passed threugh her right thigh, just below
the hip joint, and thence nearly through her
left thigh. Clark was arrested A barn
belonging to William Freeman, living
about two miles frcm Barrington Station,
111., was burned on Saturday evening, to
gether with nineteen head of cattle, six
horses and a large stock of farming utensils.
The fire was caused by the explosion of
"non-explosive" lantern Advices from
Lawrenceburgh and Madison reports all the
Sorges broken and the Ohio River full
oatmg ice between Cincinnati and Louis
ville...... At Horse Bluff, Wis., on Monday,
an Irishman named John Murphy stabbed
and instantly killed Nick Cronz, a German
laborer, mistaking him for another German
with whom he had had a difficulty
Mrs. Gordon, and her little daughter, three
years old, were so terribly burned by the
explosion of a coal-oil lamp, in their resi
dence at Gayoso, Mo., lately, that they both
died shortly after A fire at Lima, O., on
Sunday night destroyed John B. Ashton's
handle factory and saw-mill. Loss $10,000
Tbb eleventh and last span of the Union
. Pacific bridge at Council Bluffs, Iowa, was
eompleted on Tuesday.
Tbb National Labor Reform Convention
met at Columbus, Ohio, on Wednesday. One
hundred and fifty delegates were present,
representing seventeen States. Arkansas
and Mississippi were the only Southern
States which sent delegates The bodies of
Michael McCaigue and a man named Cavan
augh, inmates of the National Military Asy
lum at Milwaukee, Wis., were found in
ravine near that institution on Wednesday
afternoen. The unfortunate men had been
missing about a fortnight. They were in
toxicated when last seen, and, both being
partially blind, it is supposed they lost their
way wnue returning to tne asyium ana per
ished from cold mn. oarby and cnua,oi
Mechanicsburg, O., were burned to death on
Wadnaadav. in attemntine to start a fire
with kerosene Sweet's Hotel, at Grand
Bapids, the largest hotel in Western Michi
gan, was partially destroyed by fire on
Tuesday night. The loss is estimated at
A nuBif was fought at Bay St. Louis, on
Thursday, between Gen. A. S. Boden, Chief
of Police of New Orleans, and Hon. GeorgO
W. Carter, formerly Speaker of the House in
the Louisiana Legislature. They exchanged
shots with rifles at sixty paces without ef
fect. The differences were then amicably
diusted The Methodist Book Concern at
Nashville was destroyed by fire on Thurs
day night. Loss $15,000; insured for $5,000.
A destructive nre occurred at snarps-
bure. Bath county. Ky., on Tuesday, con
suming the Presbyterian Church and five of
the best business houses in town. Three
men were arrested, charged with starting
the fire, and it was with difficulty that tne
mob could be prevented from hanging them
Or Saturday night a fire broke out ii
Goodall's boarding-house, on Main street,
Memphis, Tenn. Owing to the scarcity of
water the building and several adjoining
ones were damaged to the amount of $10,000 ;
fully insured. Henrietta Conley, colored.
employed in Goodall's, was asleep at the
time and was burned to death A Wil
mington, N. C, special says the Lowry gang
raided upon the town of Lumber ton, and
carried off a safe from the store of A. H.
McLeod, with $22,000 deposited by various
parties for safe-keeping, there being no bank
in the town. Valuable papers were taken
from the Sheriff's safe. A posse of police
attempted the capture of the thieves, but
were too weak.
Hbxbt Dorsbt, age 16, living four miles
south of Memphis, was accidentally killed
by his own gun, while attempting to shoot a
wildcat All the courts in Memphis have
been compelled to adjourn, owing to the coal
A womabt named McManus while walking
on a platform at a blast furnace, in Benwood
near Wheeling, W. Va., on Monday, stepped
on a loose board and fell to the ground
distance of 25 feet. She was carrying her
little boy in her arms at the time the acci
dent occurred. The woman died soon after.
The boy had a leg badly fractured The
suit of Fred Breitzman against the St. Louis
.racket company for $25,000 for false lin
prisonmenv ana malicious Drosecution in
1869, was decided m the First Circuit Court at
Memphis on Tuesday, by awarding Breitz
Sbcbbtabt Boutwbix defends himself from
the fault found with him for the selection of
the Bigelow Block for the Post'Offlce site in
Chicago by asserting that the Government
saved $600,000 thereby, and that he was
recommended to accept this bid by a ma
jority of the members of the Illinois Con
gressional delegation. With reference to
the Government interest in the old site, it
has been suggested that it would serve
for the location of a new bended ware
Wadb Ham pros, M. C. Butler, and Ker
shaw, of South Carolina, have reached
Washington, to ask for a hearing before the
Ku-Klux Committee, to defend themselves
against the charge made in the Senate, that
mej were in acuve Bmpuij wilh tne -IV u
Klux in that State The Senate in execu
tive Bession on Monday confirmed the nomi
nation of Charles Hale, of Massachusetts, as
Assistant Secretary of State.
Tbb activity of Bonapartist agents who
are intriguing throughout France to sec
the return of the ex-Emperor creates some
excitement in parliamentary circles at Ver
sailles Minister Wash burns has received
instructions from his Government to nego
tiate a postal treaty with France The
court martial of the persons connected with
the murder of several Dominican friars in
the town of Angeil, Department of the
Seine, has ended. Three of the prisoners
were found guilty ot murder, and were con
demned to deathT and nine others were con
victed of complicity in the crime, and
awarded various terms of imprisonment.
The subscription committee in Nancy have
already received 1,500,000 francs in con
tributions to the voluntary fund for the pay
ment of the war indemnity.
Gbobob H. Bokbr, the newly appointed
Minister of the United States to Constanti
nople, was on Monday presented to Presi
dent Thiers in Paris by Mr Washburne....
The Paris Opiniene National asserts that
conspiracy has been discovered in which
three Generals under the late Emperor are
leaders. Their plan was to disperse the As
sembly by force and take possession of the
sovernment, when they were to be sup
ported by a large number of ex-officers and
soldiers of the Empire from the North. The
Opinion says that in consequence of this
revelation the Belgian frontier is carefully
guarded, and bo one is permitted to cross
into France without passports Bogumil
Dawison, the eminent tragedian, died near
Dresden, Feb. 2, aged 54...... In the annual
estimate for the expenses of the English
army for the year there is a reduction of one
million pounds from the estimate of last
It is reported that Viscount Monck, who
waa Governor General of Canada from 1861
to 1868, will be appointed Vioeroy of India
to fill the vacancy caused by the assassina
tion of Earl Mayo The English court cir
cular announces that the Prince of Wales
intends to go to Tarmonth to recuperate,
The injuries to Mme. Bistori, the well-known
tragedienne, by the recent railway accident
near Perugia, are more serious than at first
supposed. In addition to flesh bruts. s, .Bis
tori sustained a fracture of the knee-pan
which will render her unable to attend to
professional duties for a long time It
reported that on Sunday last the Pope signed
a decree convoking the Ecumenical Council,
the place of meeting to be either in the
Island of Malta or in Tyrol, as shall be
hereafter determined, and that when the
Council meets the Pope will leave Borne,
Baron Gerolt, late German Ambassador at
Washington, is given by the Emperor a lib
eral pension and a place in tne Jrrivy coun
cil, with the title of His Excellency Gen
Von Moltke and Von Boon have been created
life Peers by royal decree, and will take
their seats in the Upper Chamber of the
Prussian Diet There is much excitement
in Paris and Versailles over the alleged
Bonapartist conspiracy. The police force
has been doubled, and troops have received
orders to remain at their barracks ready for
action me Austrian J&eicbsrath, by i
two-thirds majority, has -passed the compul
sory electoral bill, which makes important
changes in tne political system of the prov
inces, and is intended to bind them closer to
Tbb English press directory gives the
number of journals in Great Britain at 1,456
The yacht Enchantress will be sent
Suez to receive the remains of Earl Mayo,
aua convey uiem to Jagiand...... Three
sassins of Generals Lecompte and Thomas
were executed on Tuesday morning at Sa
tory, France The Paris Gaulois of Wed
nesday says : " King Amadeus, of Spain
disgusted with the ungovernableness of the
SDaniab. TJasnlA- Lnr hua i rrrail li . . fat,..
King Victor Emmanuel, of Italy, to sanction
his abdication." The Gaulois further says
that Emmanuel counsels patience The
police authorities of Berlin have information
that a man is concealed in that city who has
sworn to take the life of Bismarck, and an
active search is going on for the would-be
assassin The Pope has asked permission
of England and Austria for the meeting of
sue ecumenical uouncil in their dominions,
At Grasshopper Falls, Kansas, on the
5th inst., John Bradley, who had been
arrested for assaulting a little girl, com-.
miixea suicide by taking strychnine
He continued to protest Ijig innocence
u, tue litis u.
Proceedings in Congress.
The entire time of the Senate on the iDtn
is taken up with the discussion of Sumner's resoln-
tion respecting- war material sold France.
reaching a Tote the Benate adjourned.
The Sonne on the 15th discussed the Naval Appro
priation bill in Committee of the Whole. After the
rt-j . ci ion oi several buiduuuivui,, iilo uiict..ju -
secretary oi me arvi w .cu puuuv .
vertisement, such vesselsand materials a are not
suitable or capable of profitable use. repair or fitting
out. was paaied. The committee then rose and the
bill wu paused .Adjourned.
In the Senate on the 16th Mr. Logan pre- I
seated the petition, or Heavy lumbermen in tne
Northwest In faTor of the Chicago Belief bill; also.
the resolution of the Illinois Legislature for the
same. The bill to extend the time lor tne construc
tion nf . raiimstA from the river St. Croix to Lake Su
perior una passed. Sumner swar material resolution
was attain taken up and discussed until adjournmeut.
n t IIi.iih. mi the Ifith a hill was uassed allowing
nhtnirranhin mictnrea for the exhibition of the Na
tional rnoiograpmc awucikuuu, iu iw uom in vir
land, u., in jut e next, to De InipurMU irwe. nir. u
presented an invitation from the American Sharp-
Shooters ABSOClutlon to tne House to aiieua tne leeii
va.1 at Hiffhlands. 111., in May next, and moved to ap.
point a committee of five to attend. Adopted A
large numser ol private Dins were passca, alter wmcu
tne House aujouruea.
In the Senate on the 19th Mr. Morrill
(Vt.) from the Committee on Public Buildings and
Grounds, reported without amendment House bills
providing lor tne construction oi pnonc ouisaiuKB t i
jubunT. V y.. Hartford, conn., and indiaiiftDoiia. I
TnH .. and for thn nnrrham of a nifcA for imbllC BUlld-
Idbb at Cincinnati. Mr. Scott, from the Select Com-
mittAAnti AUpitaH On t mcTM In tlift Rnnthnrn States.
reported a bill continuing in force the provisions of
the fourth section ot the mntorcement act oi April zu.
1 7 1 nntil (tin aim! nf lha navt miriilfkr MWinn of I ,on-
greet Mr, Scott presented the majority report of
toe ivu-B-iux committee, mr. jjjair present u mo
minority report, and both reports were ordered print
ed The Senate r -urned consideration of Sumner's
resolution to inquire into all alleged sales of arms to
AcrAnta in vrance cinnniT inn n ranco-frussian war.
Mr. Cooklinjr made a long speech in opposition, de-
nouuciug i ue resolution as gotten up lur pui in-i ci
fwt. santl f n hrint7 tViA s&H mini at rati on into odium.
while pressing business of the country waited. The
Senate :then went into executive session, and soon
&ftnr mil on mart
in toe nouse on ine tvin a nnmoer oi new um- wno
introduced, the most important of which were as fol
lna Bv Mr. Harris Vt.. arrantine fiftv millions
acres public lands to the State or Virginia, to assist
that State in recomnenM for her cession of her north
v. ana cnttintr on w est v irmma : oy air.
Lnsr a bounty to enlisted men who were
laves : dv Mr. mcn.ee. to reiuna tne cotton tax coi
lected from to 1868 ; by Mr. Yoorhees, for the pay-
waiw nf ha Hiiiiii Hunt in i a or 1 nnnw rnrrancv ac-
rivnr m.t Mnnnt Vftrnnn.
ties on tea and coffee wm passed by a vote of 163 to
38, An amendment including salt and coal wm voted
down,.....Th resolution offered lst week by Mr.
Shanks, authorizing the President to open negotia-
in wap. wa tnkTi nit and maasad .Mr. Duuhell in
troduced a bill extending the time for settlers on pub
lic lands in Minnesota to pay for thtir lands. Passed.
In the Senate on the 20th the hill author
izing the construction of a railroad bridge near Clin
ton, Iowa, was passed. Mr. Scbura occupied the
remainder of the session with a speech in favor of Mr.
RnmnAr1 on.) a nf war mMtjsi-iit.1 nMolntion.
The House on the 20th discussed the Civil Service
bill without action, and took np the Diplomatic Ap
propriation bill in Committee of the Whole. On mo
tion of Mr. Brooks the mission to Javan was put
among the first-class missions. Without disposing
of the bill the Committee rose and the House ad
In the Senate on the 21st the House hill
to repeal the duty on salt was made the special order
for March 11 Mr. Conkling presented a protest
frem the Western Union Telegraph Company against
tion resolution was again dUcuased....Adjourned un
til rnaay. tue zza.
Tn th Hon ha on thi 21st th Committee on Wavs
and Means was Instructed to inquire into the expedi
ency of allowing the free importation of machinery
for spinning yarn. .On motion of Mr. Sargent the
Attorney-General was requested to rum is h informa
tion concerning the civil and criminal cases now
pending in the United States Courts of Utah, and as to
Ui UI S MUU upvura lucicim. mi. mjmi v.uca u, ui -
rted a bill directing the Commissioners or internal
TUionna tn remit tn rartain firms in Chicago the tax
on spirits in bonded warehouses, destroyed in the
ffreat fire. After nnnsiderable discussion the bill was
amended so as to make deductions in the reimburse
ment or the tax so far as covered oy vail a insurance,
and wu nassed......Mr. Hooper. fr m the Committee
on Banking ana uurrency, reponea oacs: tne senate
bill to amend the national currency act by striking
out Leavenworth as one of the places for redemption
of banking currency. Passed. The House then
went into Committee of the Whole on the Consular
and Diplomatic Appropriation bill. On motion of
Mr. Brooks, of New York, the five Central American
missions were reduced to one. with a Minister resi
dent at'Nicaragua, to be accredited also to the other
Central American States. Mr. Banks moved to
place the Russian mission among the first-class mis
Minna the MinifitArs salarv to be 817.500. Agreed to.
The Committee then rose and leported the bill to the
House the vote on it to oe la ten on tne zao, to wmcn
time the liouseaajonrnea.
Breech Loading Guns.
From the Daily Evening Wisconsin.
A correspondent of the Turf, Field
and Farm gives what purports to be a
trial between a Scott and a Parker gun.
in which the Parker ran beat the Scott
tn a trial of two shots, both in pattern and
penetration. JNow, we nave no desire
to disparage the Parker gun, and this
test, said to have taken place at Carlin-
ville, 111., may have been a fair one be
tween the particular Scott gun and Par
ker eun mentioned ; but toe , writer
knows that a majority of the best and
most experienced Bportsmen of the Caw
Caw Club of this State (there are not
thirty better guns in the United States,
in any one club) use Scott guns made to
order, and the universal verdict is that
the most powerful shooting gun in the
club was made by Scott. The writer
also knows that the best and strongest
shooting gun in the St. Louis club is a
Scott, and we feel confident the owner
will shoot it against any Parker gun in
private hands. A Scott gun won the
prize at the last two Wisconsin pigeon
We might go on instancing the per
formances of the Scott guns in the West,
but will simply conclude by saying that
these guns are in the hands ot the very
best sportsmen ot the Northwest, and
have the undoubted reputation of being
the best guns now used, botn as regards
power and beauty ot workmanship.
Trials at targets, all sportsmen know,
are anything but satisfactory ; but the
general work of the field makes the
reputation of all guns. Tried by this
test, of general reputation, no gun exceeds
that of W. and C. Scott & Son,
The Caw Caw Club, of Wisconsin, are
willing to shoot from one to ten Scott
guns, owned by members ot tne ciud,
against the same number of any other
club, of any make whatever, and let
the test go for what it is worth. And
after such a trial Bportsmen of any ex
perience will buy the guns tested in the
field, and which have the indorsement
ot men ot experience in nannung inem.
Liquid Fire can not beconverted into
a medicine by infusing into it a little
eentian or columbo. Hence all alco
holic tonics are pernicious. They blis
ter the stomach, inflame the blood,
wreck the nervous system. If you need
a tonic, an alterative or an antiseptic,
select the preparation upon which Pro
vidence seems to have set its approving
seal, viz : Dr. Walker's California
Vegetable Vinegar Bitters. A bless-
in e rests unon it. for these sound rea
sons that it is compounded of the
medicinal herbs that God has given us,
and that it is free from soul-and-body-
slaying alcohol. Com
The purest and sweetest Cod-Liver
Oil in the world is Hazabd & Caswell's,
made on the sea-shore, from fresh, selected
livers, by Caswell, Hazard A Co., New
York. It is absolutely pure and sweet. Pa
tients who have once taken it prefer it to all
others. Physicians hare decioed it superior
to any of the other oils in market.
Mrs. Horace Grkelt, who has been
considered incurably sick witn pulmon
ary affection, haa almost entirely re
covered her health at the Isle of Wight,
and will soon return to America.
Panir Strdck Brabtt sees her glori
ous tresses thinning oat, and petitions for
something to stop the mischief and repair
the damage. Why this alarm and anxiety
Why this vague inquiry for - something,"
when the one thing needful is within tbe
reach of all. PHALON'S CHEMICAL
HAIR INVIGORATOR is the only prepara
tion under the sun that immediately stops
the shedding of the hair, and supplies new
strength, vigor and productive power to the
roots that have been robbed of their fibres
by disease or decay. It has been doing this
for fortv -rears. No man or woman, in peril
nf bn.1 H ti AAft. ever anrjlied it in vain. If your
druggist has not this matchless medicine for
the hair in stock, he will procure it for you.
Pimples on the Face, Eruptions,
T1 C- i 1 :nAAaaa n .1 ill I
ari8ing from impure blood, are
, , p. , fiolJen Medical
The fat men of Kansas City have
organized an Adinose Club, and will
jve a grand bauauet and ball On the
" . uv ? ?, r. , , r x-. l
anniversary of the birth Of Daniel
: , , , . .
liJ "aU ' ,
" u nuucicu wgo,
SUll, in serious pulmonary uei;wun,
oftentimes incurable. " Browns Bron
chial Troches" reach directly the seat of
the disease, and give almost instant re
Wi understand that the whooping-
couch is quite prevalent in the towns
around us ; Due tnat no cases nave proved
latal. some families use nothing but jo fin-
son's Anodyne Liniment. Our Doctor, how
ever, says a little ipecac, to produce vomit
ing, would. De an advantage. Ljom.
. i n : i r k , -rvv
actress, who recently came over to Bos
ton to perlorm at tne Alha!mbrar ana
was quite a favorite for a time, was re
cently found dead in a Bleeeker street
garret, New York, having died from
actual want ana starvation, brio haa
been deserted by her husband.
are more than one thousand
different kinds of pills in the United States.
Some of them are worthless and injurious,
others are good and beneficial. Old Dr.
Parsons invented the best anti-bilious pill
we ever saw or heard of. They are now
sold under the name of Parsons' Purgative
Says a late issue of the Philadelphia
City Item ; " Ingenuity has been taxed to
find the surest and most direct means of
reach in cr the public, and the business man
who would advertise a speciality, and get
tne greatest good out ot tne greatest num
ber, in the shortest space of time, ia com
pelled to go to Geo. P. Rowell & Co., of New
York, for advice. Why te this house ? Be
cause it is the head and front of the adver
tising business. It is prompt, methodical
ana ciear in its transactions, ana possesses
the confidence of all the houses which ad
vertise most. Com.
Mr. Batterson, of Hartford, is exe
cuting an oraer tor the soiaier's monu
ment at An tie tarn. It is to be sur
mounted by a statue of a soldier, 22
i el men ana weieluna sixty tons.
Choice and desirable with fish, meats,
soups, etc., is the famous Hal lord Table
Sauce. Persons who make a single trial,
wonder tnat tney nave never betore used
this capital goods. For sale by every gro
Teas aki Neighs. If horses oould make
themselves understood in human langaage.they would
signify bv a universal "Yea." theirassent to the state
ment tnat the jiiubtaso IjIniment is tne Dest remeay
extant for all these external ailments, and by a most
empnatic rteign i" snow tneir aispieasure at every
attemnt to use anv other nrenar&tion in itn ntAad
Bver since its introduction at St. Louis, at the close of
tne mexican war, in is4v, it nas provea a signal
blessing to horse and mtn curing. with absolute cer
tainty and wonderful dispatch, such equine diseases
as spavin, 1 in g Done, pou evil, scratcnes, iiooiau, sc,
and relieving and finally removing the painful affec
tions which attack the muscles, sinews and external
glands of human beings. It is a fact beyond contia
diction that for all injuries er comolaints of man or
quadrupeds to wmcn an external remeay is appiica-
Die. tne juustanq xiinuunt is preieranie to any otoer.
- 8 75 .
.. 23 ,
Cotton Middling ....
Flout Extra Western...
Wheat No. 2 Spring 1 57
Corn Mixed Western . 72
Oats Western .. 52
Rye Western 94
Barley State SO
Pork New Mess 14 00
Beeves Choice ......................
. 2 50
a 3 50
a 4 75
Stock Cattle Common ....
Butter Choice .......................
Flour White Winter Extra..
hnnm Kxtra o 75
Wheat No. 1 Snrinir 1 28V4o 1 29
No. 2 Spring... . 1 1 zi
Com No. 2. ; 40a 40 4
Oata No. 2 32 a S2Vi
Bye Mo. i. . tw 16
Barloy No. 2 59 a 60
Pork Mess 12 00 al2 25
Flour-XXX .7 00
Wheat No. 2 Spring 1 34
Corn Mixed, on track....... 41
Oats No. 2, on track 35
Barley . o
Pork Mess ...............13 00
Cattle Prime- . ...
5 50 a 600
a 3 75
Barley . . . 74
fork Mess..""" ............."
Lard , 9
......"...."... 4 50
Flour Spring Extra 6 00
Wheat No. 1 Spring 1 iCT
No. 2 bpring
Corn No. 2
I ZI'TklE 1 Z.T
. . 40a 40
Oats-No. 2 32
Rye No. 2 71
Barley JX 0.2 os
Wheat No. 1 Red Winter Jtl 57
No. 2 iled Winter..."".. 1 ou
Cern .... . 53
Petroleum Refined..."-. ..
WheatWhite Michigan ..
Corn High Mixed,... .....
Low do :.-
OaU No. 1 .."-......".
...1157 a 158
.. 1 50K 1 51
. 46Ho 47
... 454a 46
.... 40 a 41
39 a 40
.... 5 00 a 5 25
TERILY IT HATH It EQUAL.
Would you cure that distressing Cough and bring
back that healthy vigor till lately planted in your
cheek I If yon would, do not delay, for ere you are
aware it will be too late.
Allen's Lung Balsam is your hope; it has been tried
by thousands such as you, who have been cured; many
in their gratitude have lent their names to us tnat
suffering humanity can read their evidence and believe.
Don't experiment with new and untried mixtures, you
cannot afford it. but try at once this invaluable arti
cle. It can be found in any Drug Store and at most
general stores. It is warranted to Dreas np tne most
troublesome Cough in a few hours if not of too long
standing. It is warranted to give entire sausiacuon
in all cases of Lung and Turoat uimcmnes.
w a wer. mv 1717
0t IbW S
Words of a Reliable Druggist.
M . .... Clrrr Mirm.. JnlvSHth. 1870.
3 IT Harris A Co. Dear Sibs : The Lung
Balsam baa arrived. I would not like to be without
it. for it nas savea uiy me. x wu " '
recommenuea. ana bwhimhuh ...v.-. . ,
. 1. i r...l A 1 1,-n'. T.iin o Rala&m for sale, bu
t know nothing of its merits. 1 did not like to. take
without knowing more about it. I had not sold a bot
tle When your agent called upon me x tola nun
ennld not sell a medicine I knew nothing about. He
arged me to try n myseit. a "'j "-
fP .nrnriu. the first bottle stopped my cough, and
before the third bottle was token my lungs were
healed and well; and lean now speak knowingly to my
friends and customers of thegood qualities of Allon
Lung Balsam. 1 remain yours, reepect fully.
AsT-It is harmless to the most delicate child.
AarIt contains no opium in any form.
r.il for allon'a Luna Balsam." and shun the use
of any other Balsam; unprincipled men may deceive
you wltn wortniess prep""' , ,
J. ii. liABRlS A CO.. Propr's. Cincinnati. Ohio.
gold by Medicine Dealers Generally
WORTH A SONS.'and DQHMEIi, SCHMIDT A CO
Milwaukee ; FULLER A FULLER and H URLBUf
A EDSALL. Chicago: NOTES BROS. & PUTLEK,
Saint Paul; BICHABBSOJS S
CO. and COLLJISS'
Sills AU1 UA.wab
BBQ9.. (. touis.
The Cadi's Decision.
nople, being at work upon the roof of a
bmise. lost his footine Mid fell into the
nnrrnw strpfit unon a man who chanced
- i .. i i
to be nasRinsr at the time, ine pedes
trian was killed by the concussion, while
thfl slater escaDed without material
nf ili a deceased caused the
Blater to be arrested, and taken before
Cadi, where he made the most grave
Z' J -l:l omr.l rHress.
cuaigc, ouu r- -
Tha r.aAi liBtanad attentively, and in
the end asked the tlater what he had to
say in his defense.
" DisDenser ot Justice," answered the
accused, in humble mood, it is even as
this man says ; butuoaiorDia iuj wwro
should be evil in my heart. 1 am a
-ru-wir m.n. ana know not how I can
maWA timpnclR '
The son of the man who had been
t;ilorl Dioreuiwn demanded the con-
rliim nunishment should be inflicted
unon the accused.
and finally said :
" It shall be so."
to the slater he continued.
" Thou shalt stand in the street where
the father of this man stood when thou
didst fall upon him."
And to the accuser ae aaaea,
" Anrl thmi shalt. if it so please thee,
rr nunn the roof, and fall upon th cul
prit, even as he did fall upon thy father.
Allan is greai i
Mb. A hk i. Warkev. f Little Rock,
ahnnt to chastise his dusky help
mate, when his son killed nim wnn a
pot-lifter. Mr. Warren, Jr., was partial
to his ma, ana maruai 10 aia pa.
A Norwegian named Oliver Oleson
wns taken sick on oaturaay uwu ni
. . . , . , 1 1 X .
Leon, Wis., and went to bparta tor
medicine. He lay down on tn roaa,
and froze to .death.
.10 Tints seenre. the Journal OB r. Send
to G. A. DEITZ, Chamberaburg. Pa.
Columbcs discovered America, but IthasSeeo found
that the only economical Shoes for children are the
celebrated SILVER-TIPPED never wear om at the
toe, and are wortn two pairs wimom -hps.
AnnAnm Lincoln said. " Never swap horses while
rroaslns a stream." This saying loses all its toes a
yoa have on a pair of CABLE SCREW W1KK
Boots and Shoes, as they never leak.
The advertiser, having been permanently cured of'
that dread disease. Consumption, by a simple remedy,
is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the
means oi cure, 'to an wno uesire it, iib wii vuu
r..nu of the nrescrintion used, (free of charge), witb
the directions for preparing and using the
which tbeywill fluda suss Oust roa OoNsuau
rartles wumnff tne prescription wii, mn., -uuiv
RKV. EDWARD A. WILSOM.
264 South Third street . Williamsbnrgh, N. T.
Four Millions of Invalids.
At the lowest computation there are sever less than
fonr millions of invalids in the United States. Of this
number probably more than three-fifths hare neg
lected the ordinary precautions necessary for the- pre
servation of health, and are suffering the punlshmeat
due to their carelessness. If the multitudes who are
now afflicted with biliousness, indigestion, rheuma
tism, intermittent fever, irregularities of the bowels,
general debility, nervous disorders , Ac, had, at the
very first symptoms of indisposition, invigorated,
regulated and purified their system with Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, two-thirds of them would at this
moment be performing the active duties of life, unan-
noyed by any ailment of the body or the mind.
This assertion is made advisedly. It Is fbun led on
experience, and is borne ont by tbe testimony of
countless host of witnesses, whose attestations cover
almost every variety of disease, and extend over
period" of about twenty years. Of every thousand
persons who take the Bitters, as a preventive of the
complaints above enumerated, seven-eighths escape
them entirely ; and? of every thousand who are actually
attacked, and use the great Vegetable Tonio as
remedy, three-fourths are radically cured. These are
not hap-hazard assertions, but statistical lacts. Tney
are based upon the Tesnltsof inquiries made by mors
than fifty thousand persons, in various parts of the
country, and upon the letters of prominent citixans
every State, it might almost he said, of every county
in the Union.
J. W.i.kkw, Proprietor. R. H. McDonald A Co., DraccMS
Gn. Agouti. San Fnuidaco, Csl., and M Comiwrco staoal. N.
DllL.i.lONs Hear Teeilinonr to tneir
Wenderral Cnratlve Effects.
They are not a vile Fancy Drink, Made of Por
Ram, Whiskey, Proof Spirits al Refuse,
Liquors doctored, spiced and sweetened to please the
tarte, called "Tonics," "Appetisers," "Restorers,T'oic.,
that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin, but are
a true Medicincmade from the Native Boots and Herbs
ot California, free from nil Alcoholic Stimu
lants. They are the GREAT BLOOD PURI
FIER and A LIFE UIVING PRINCIPLE,
a perfect Renovator and Invigorator ot the Bystem,
carrying oil all poisonous matter and restoring theblood
to a healthy condition. Ko person can take these Bit
ters according to directions and remain long unwell,
provided their bones are not destroyed by mineral
i poison or other means, and the vital organs wasted
beyond the point of repair.
They are a Gentle Pnrgretlve OS well as
Tonic, possessing, also, the peculiar merit of acting
as a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or Inflam
mation of the Liver, and all the Visceral Organs.
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, in young
old. married or single, at tile dawn of womanhood or at
the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters have no equal.
For InHammatsry and Chronic Rheuma
tism and Goat, Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
Billons, Remittent and Intermittent Fe
vers, Diseases of tho Blood, Liver, Kid
neys and Blndder, these Bitters have been most
successful. Such Diseases arecaosedby Vitiated
Blood, which is generally produced by derangement
of the Digestive Organs.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION, Head
ache, Pain in tbe Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the
Chest, DizxineRB, Sour Eructations of the Btnmach,
Bad Taste in tbe Mouth. Bilious Attacks, Palpitation
tbe Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in the re
gions of tbe Kidneys, and a hundred other paufultsrmp
toms, are the o&sprinffS of irspepsia.
Ther invicorate tbe Stomach and stimulate the torpid
Liver and Bowels, which render them of unequalled
efficacy in cleansing tbe blood of all impurities, and im
parting new life and viffor to the whole system. .
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions. Tetter. Bait
Bbeum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Car
buncles, Ring-Worms, Scald Head. Sore Byea , Brrstpe
Jas. ilch.Scurfc, ItncoloratlonH of the Skin. Humors and
Utseaftes 01 tne skin, or wliatever name or nature, are
literally dug up and carried out of the system in a abort
time by tbe use ot these Bitters. One bottle In such
cases will convince the most incredulous of their cura
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever yon find its Im
purities bursting through the skin In Pimples, Emo
tions or Sores ; cleanse it when you find it obstructed
and sluggish In the veins; cleanse it when it is foul,
and your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood
pare, and tbe health of the system will follow.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms, lurking in the
system ot so many thousands, are effectually destroyed
.tiH Mmnwd. 8sts a distinguished physiolorist.
tbere 1b scarcely an individual upon the face of the
conn wnose Doay is exempt mm me presence 01
worms. It is not upon the healthy elements of the
body that worms exist, but upon the diseased humors
and slimy derosits that breed these Uvitut monsters
disease. So System of Medicine, no vermifuges, ne
anthelmintics will free the system from worms like
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. H. MoDONALD CO,
Druggists and Oen. Agents, San Francisco. California,
an,i 39 anil 34 Commerce Street. New York.
tWSOLD BY ALL PBUUQIST8 AND DEALERS.
for first-class Pianos
aa-enta. Address U
MISS SAWYER'S SALVE.
t kltH yon have a salve combining soothing and
I nealtns; properuea. wim no aangerons ingnw
lent. A remedy nt hand for the many pains and
aches, wonnds and braises to which flesh ia heir.
7. m nrw aajHIv annlied than many other remedies.
never producing a bod effect, but always relieving
. - '. 1 C u, I. n . nHIJ
It IB prepare vy ju.aw ouwjpct, 1 . , vl ,
In her own extensive treatment of the sick, lor
fmaniir vAnrti. with ttreat snccesa.
The principal diseases for which this salve Is rec
ommended are. Chilblain, Rheumatism, Put,
Scrofula, Old Ulcer, Halt Khenm, apram, oxcrnm,
fever Sore, felon. Pimple, Erympela, Sort
Ttm Ih-i. Tteafnem. Boil. Rlna-OOrm,
Corn, Isxte of insect, ijancere, J cwuw-t
ache. Sore Nipple, JBaldne, SunUen Breast,
Itch, Scald. Head, -J e fining, "fPf",."""'!
Tt wvr fails to Mire Rheoxnatlsm If properly
Tl.ih it on well with the hand three times
a day. In several cases it haa cared palsied limbs.
For Pile It has been discovered to be a sure rem.
wW Tnu,na tnat nave neen amictea. Tor year.
have been relieved by a few applications. For Ery
sipelas tt works wonaers, anaying ine inaamiuauuj
and quieting the patient. For Chapped Hand it
produces a cure immediately. Let those with Salt
Rheum obtain this Salve, and apply it freely, and
thptr will flnrl it invaluable, tt is rood in cases oi
Rrmfulji and Tumor. Cancer have been cared
with it. The best Salve ever Invented for Swollen
Breast and Sore Nipple, do way Injurious, out
ore to afford relief. Sore or Weak Eye Rub it
on the lids gently, once or twice a day. Cores deaf-
ness by patting in the ears on a piece of cotton,
Vnr Felon this ia euDerior to anything known.
For Pimple this acts like a charm, f or jtum
and Scald, annlv the Salve at once and it givea
immediate relief. For Old Sore, apply once a
oX: . .. . . ....
.Not among tne least oi tne lovmuauw projwnm
of If iss Sawteb's Balve are its beneficial effects
on the hair. Rubbed on the scalp, in five or six
different parts, it promotes the growth of the hair.
Sreventa it turning gray ftd on bald spots n pro
Bees a new growth of hair. No lady should be
without this invaluable article as an indispensable
mametie for the toilet. It eradicates aanarun ana
disease from the head, and blotches and pimples
from the lace.
We. tha nnifomlffned. have been acaualnted with
Miss Sawyer for many years, and believe her to be
a Christian lady and a skilful nurse, and having
used her salve In our families, it gives as great
pleasure in saying it ia tbe best general mediriiwi
we nave ever asea:
I Her. E. F. Cutter,
Rer. W. O. Ilolman,
Rer. .Joseph Kalloch
Rer. George Pratt,
foha T- Berry,
Wm, H. Titootnb,
Mrs. Charles Snow
Mrs. Alex. Snow,
Dr. E. F. Chase and wisa.
J. Wakefield and wife.
Wm. Beattie and wife,
Jacob Shaw and wife,
John S. Case and wife.
uea. ei. r. cuiey ana wire,
Capt. J. Crocker and wife.
Cape David Ames and wife,
Wm. Wilson and wife.
E. R. Spear,
A.. 8. Rice.
H. W. Wight and wife.
Geo. W. Kimball, Jr. (Mayor W. O. Tul
r and wife.
of Rockland) and wue, Thomas Colson and wife.
Dea. Uenrj Ingzmham
C. R- Mallard.
O. J. Conant (Postnastet ol
Ajfjuuicr vv ecu,
Hon. N. A. Burpee,
jtockiand) ana wile,
I. K. KimbaU and wife,
TO TBE AFFLICTED.
If wottr lnifir&iat la ont of the Solve, and npoiMla
to keep suppUed, aead eoventy-ftve centa aa directed
oeiow, ana receive a oox oy return mail.
nn in Jjarge Boxes at DO COBtS each
(nearly three times as large aa the box represented
above J. Prepared bv MI88 C. SAWYER, and
above). Prepared by MISS C BAWYER, and
put op by L. M BOBBINS, Wholoeale
ana Betail Drag erist, Kocklsnd, Me.
j t rial uox sent free oy mail on receipt oi seventy-
live cents, oy u. al. nxjBBisia, ttocaiaa, ate.
THIS VATJTJABI-E SALVE IS SOLD BY
Al l- DKAIiKBH AN MKOICiNKB.
Oivkm to m 8osscmraBj or ths
CINCINNATI WEEKLY ENQUIRER
The Books will be closed March 31. and the IMatribo.
tion will be made on
Tuesday, April 2, 1872.
Positively no postponement on any account what
ah $2.00 SnbscriDera
Have an equal chance to secure a premium.
ONE THOUSAND PREMIUMS,
Of which tha larmwt is il-OoO in cash, and the smallest
$2 in value.
oenu xor our rremium rampniea, cpecimen vopiev.
rosters, ate oent Tree. Aaaress
FA RAN de McUAW, Cincinnati. O.
HOVEY &. CO.'S
fUmtaina ISO nairM. The moil extensive and com
I plete Seed Catalogue published. Bent free to all ap
plicants. SEEDS TV AKKAJiTED fEfHH AND TO IKA' H
THE PUKCHASES. HOT 15 If SC (U,
53 Worth Market street. Boston, Ma
for Beauty of Polish, Saving Labor, Cloan-
llness, Durability at Cheapness, unequal.
BBWAKg OV WOBTBXKS8 IBTTATIOXg. under Oin
name but resembling ours m soape anu color ol wrapper
irosnueu to oeceive.
THE nismo BCH roUSH IH BCUK. for stove dealers'
use, at twelve cents per pound twenty-five and fifty
pound boxes. "Cheaper than any other Bulk Polish for
TliS BISTRO. SCH LUBBER FrvCTL. No Sharpening
Cheap and Durable supereedesotberanlclesmrpnrpose.
Tua BiHiau mih sitAca buuunuuiva, irorax
bearings and machinery. Lasts six tlmesaslong as
alone. 35 lb. and 60 lb. boxes, 15 cents per lb. TrylU
MORSE BROS., Prop'rs., Canton, Mass.
-TOi:yG MEN. send stamped envslone. dl-
1 rected to youiself. for Prof. Ditfenbaogh's
Physiological metnoaoi noli t'nre for Ner
vmis Debility. Address DiflesibauchiBeas
edy Co., aiilwankee, Wis.
FRENCH HUMAN HAIR SWITCHES.
22, 17, 30. 33 inches long, for $5, tMi, $& and 7. re-
Mwlr Rent hv HnrMM. I O T)
Li. W. HATJ8SEB. Import r. 13 First St.. Kew York.
Send Ftamn for New
tof. K, MbWTON. BataTia.
jfTaeonic Tidimn.1 40 columns, twice a month. $1
it m ityfar. strictly masonic. Agent wsnten. ee
3c stariip for copy to Johk Bakbom, Lockport, N. Y.
CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD.
EVERY SPRING WARRANTED.
CHROME". TOOL STEEL,
WARRANTED to excel ia endiiranoe mnj otrxsr 8tal
English oc AmflrleAn. Wa mrm Gnral Detvlen in
erery tvrticle of Hardware, Iron and Steel, which enters
into tbe manufacture of liaplementa, Wairona or Oar
11ALL, KIMBAKE Oc CO.,
OW TO MAKE MONE
One good Agent wanted in erery County. Best
tains ont. uircniar nree. Address M,
BIBN, 80 Cedar street. Hew York.
J anted. Agents Male and Female to sell pictnres
IT everywhere. 11,234 reta-ied by one np to Jan. I.
Send stamp for circular. Whitney ACo..Norwicfa.Conp.
delivery. Send tl.no for
outfit .nd choice of territo.
ON MARRIAGE. Essays and reports. Sentfrve.
Address Howard Association. Philadelphia. Pa.
FRESH HEEDS. Hince the Great Fire. Wea.1
em Seed Company, 1I& and 117 Kinzie 8t.,Chicao
J. P. FOOO ft SON. Stock new and complete. Can
supply onr customers as nsnal. Send for price list.
Inq aire lisr onr seeds In papers.
HUNTING. Trap sins sad Flshlna
easy. Beat Book : 76 pases; SOengravini
20 cents, post-paid. Bend lor ualatoKues ol
Ac. Address C. 8. alLKY, Holland. M. I
AGENTrl Wanted. Agents makemore money at
work for ns than at anythiag else. Particulars free.
O. Stihsom A Co.. Fine Art Publishers. Portland. Maine.
0in PER. DAY. No outla:
y. send cents for
J. F. CROSS. Lock
("p R Vf sample and receipts.
Box 52. Sharon. Pa.
MAGIC CIGAR CASE. Appears empty when
full. Mailed for 60 cents. Address
MOTION DEPOT, MayvUle, Ohio.
OF THE AGE.
fE. lETTOEDY, of Roxbnry. baa dlaccjrsaia
11 one jf oar common pasture weeds a raoMdy tha .
EVERY KIND OF HUMOR,
From the . Worst Scrofula Dotth to '
Common Pimple. :
TwobottlMara warraated to core a nnrsincsnr
moaeio three bottles will core the wont kin ofFuw
on the face. , ,. , . .
i wo or tnree aonies wm ujb . , . 77
Two bottlM are warranted to core the worst canker
in the month or stomach. .
Three to five bottle, are warranted 10 cor. uu www
kind of Erysipelas. . , , , t
One to two bottles are warranted to cure all homor-
intfaeKyes. . .
i.wo Dotties are warrantea to cure mnninf 01 w
ears and blotches amoaK the hair. c
Fonrto six bottles are warranted to cure oorrup
and running nlcers. ,
linn LMl LIO will cuiom-mj rrujnniu ui ui,
Two or three bottles are warranted to cure, the worst-
kind of ringworm. ... -
TWO or three Dottles are wimnwu w tum uie oob
desperate case of rheumatism. ... '
Tore, to lour bottles are warranted to cure salt-
rhFiVe"u eight bottles will cure the worst case ot
crofula. . . ' :.'.ivJi.
A benent is always expenencea irom u nn
and a perfect cure is warranted whe the aboveuaB
tlty is taken.
KOXBTJRT. sf AR.4.
Dcak Madam: The reputation of the Medical Dis
covery, in curing an Kina oi numors, tm mo ,n
lisbea by the unauimous voice of all who have erer-
used it, tnat 1 neea not say envming n uw l. "
the most skillful physicians ana the mo t careful drug
gists iunhe country are unanimous in its praise. .
tn presenting the Medical Discovery to your notice,.
I do it with nfuil knowledge of its curative power, in .
relieving all, ana curing most w in, "J"" w - '
you are unfortunately so liable. The most exarncis ting;
disease to an affectionate mother,
zrensma soxuq moots,
im cared uifbr a miracle: your awn temper ! re
stored to its natural weetnem, and yonr baM rroin.
tiort and fretful nape to caim ana w. w " YT1
and the Medical macoTerT becomes a lonmmin w
log to your husband and noaa ho Id-
ID. uie more aaTancea tiaee wi
it extend to the stotnach, causing
which is nothing but canker on tha atoauoh; then ta.
tn in. rwrnnf-s ana ...
creating a sinking, pone feeiing, and inaUtmn
eren to the cares oz your iamily.
Your stomach ia
SAW ' Am JLM 4Loi.l XUA Ai..iwf
your food distress ce yon, ana yoa can omy wr,
tain kinds, and eren of that your ryatem does act get:
half tbe nourishment it contains aa uw scranoniwu.'
fluid or the canKereaca 1. up; w-m tow
loaea ita bloom, and beoomea aallow or gTeenhf
and your beet day is gone. Vot want of ncro""hmu
your system becomea loose and flabby, and the noc ,
of your body become relaxed. Then follow a tram .
diseases which the Kedical DiacoTery ia pecnliaxi
adapted to 4
HIV m Ki ;
Palpitation of the heart, pain in the aMe, weaknen of
lite ID1D0 Sua Hnail Ol IUO JNist ry-
when you retire, irregularity of thw ioweia, and alaC
that moateamt.ating of diseases, jt . .
Tfow manr vhonsands of eoor women are svffeiiriis
from this disease, and pining away a miserable life.auy'
their next-uoor neignuor noes noi ano. in" .
wish to impress on your mind that good old proverov
"An ounce of prevention is better than a pound ot
yon have hoth the preventive and the cane, with thisi
great anu gooo quality, uii i . nui w.wv wiwrr muv
circumstances, uoyou any injury..
Xn rhinv. nf diet ever necessnrr.
Kat the eat yota
can get, and plenty enongn oi ii. -
DiBECTikHS ron UsK. Adults, one tablespoonfol rer
day; Children ever ten years, dessert spopnfr.lt 1-;!-dren
from five to eight years, teaspoonful. As no i-i
rectionscan be applicable to all constitutions, tala--sufflclent
to operate on theboweU twice a
XoursTrniy, - .. - .
u,wWtu In, aala hv everv drojzinst;
in the toi'ted states and British Provinces. , . , .
Every year increases the popular
ty of this valuable Hair Preparation ;
which is due to merit, alone. , Wo
. can assure oar old patrons that it ia
kept fully up to its high standard ;.
and it is the only reliable and perfect
ed preparation for restoring GkA.y
ob Faded Hair to its youthful color,,
making it soft, lustrous, and silken.
The scalp, by its use, becomes white
and clean. It removes all eruptions
and dandruff and, by its tonio prop
erties, prevents the hair from falling
out, as it stimulates and nourishes
the hair-glands. By its use, the hair
frows thicker and stronger, -ln
aldness, it restores the capillary
glands to their normal vigor, and
will create a new growth, except in.
extreme old age. , It is the most eco
nomical IIaib Dressing ever used,
as it requires fewer applications,
and gives the hair a splendid, glossy
pearance. A. A. Hayes, MJJ,
btate Assayerof Massachusettsi says,
"The constituents are pure, and care
fully selected for excellent quality ;
and I consider it the. Best, Pkejpa
katiok for its intended purposes.'
Boid by all Druggists, and Dealer in Medicine..
Price One Dollar. "
Buckingham's , Dye.
FOB THE "WHISKERS. i
As our Renewer in many cases
requires too' long' a time, and too
much care, to restore gray or faded
"Whiskers, we have prepared this
dye, in one preparation ; which' will
quickly and effectually accomplish
this result. It is easily applied,
and produces a color - which will
neither rub nor wash off. v Sold by
all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents.
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