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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Mrs. Jabb Maddsn at New York on Satur
day recovered $5,000 against the Staten
Island Ferry Company, for the death of her
husband by tho Westfield explosion In
the Harbof Master's investigation at New
York on Saturday one of the witnesses
Btated that he would give $25,060 for the
privilege enjoyed by one of the Harbor
Masters, of whom there are eleven in the
At a meeting of the Directors of the Erie
railway at New York, on Monday, Gen. Dix
was elected President, and Gen. McClellan
Vice President of the road. Eight new Di
rectors were also chosen, thus completely
routing Gould and the rest of the thieves.
Carlo Vogt has been arrested in Phila
delphia, charged with murdering Chevalier
DuBois de Bianco, in Brussels, last October,
setting fire to his house, and stealing securi
ties valued at 10,000. A portion of the
stolen property was found on Vogt The
fine residence of Mr. D. J. Beekie, at Mon
treal, was burned on Saturday night. Loss
$30,000 A farmer's child, near Biddeford,
Me., last week, died of cold and starvation
while its parents were away drunk, and a
famished 'hound horribly mutilated the
Emahuil Shaffhbr, of Morrisburg, Pa.,
who has been tried for the murder of his
first and second wives and John Sherlock,
by poisoning, has been convicted of murder
in the first degree..... .The packing room of
the Meriden Malleable Iron Works, at Meri
den, Conn., was burned on Monday evening.
Less $50,000 At Greenbush, N. Y., on
Tuesday, Samuel Fargue shot his wife dead,
fired at his daughter without effect, and cut
his own throat with a jagged, rusty jack
knife, inflicting a frightful wound......Evi-
dence has bem given before the New York
Senate Committee that $5,000,000 full paid
Btock of the Beach pneumatic tunnel, New
York, has been issued, incurring an indebt
edness to that amount for no other consider
ation than the purchase of its charter and
patents, and no part used in the construction
of the road.
Thb lumber yards of H. K. Deacons, Hun
sicker & Co. and Patterson A Co., at Phila
delphia, were damaged by fire on Tuesday
night to the amount of $60,000 ; insurance
$54,000 A complete change in the direc
tion of the New York and Mahopac railroad
took place on Wednesday. The road comes
under the control of Vanderbilt.
Lea via k Mbbvih's saw-mill; situated at
Moline, Mich., was blown up on Monday.
Three men, named James Leaver, J. Staffer,
and Frederick Huff, were killed, and five
others injured, some of them quite seriously.
The water was allowed to get too low in the
boiler..... .The livery establishment of W. H.
Torry, at Webster City, Iowa, was entirely
destroyed by fire on Saturday evening, con
sisting of a large stock of buggies and
sleighs, and twelve valuable horses. No in
surance...... On Saturday night, Michael
Dunn, with a son three years old in his
arms, attempted to cross the St. Louis and
Vandalia railroad track to East St. Louis, in
front of an approaching train, and was run
over and fatally wounded. The child es
caped with the loss of the toes of the right
foot A young man named Joseph New
man, with two companions went to Breeze
Lake, 111., on Sunday last, to shoot ducks.
Newman discharged one barrel of his gun
at a duck, but the other barrel snapped. He
then blew into the barrel to see if it was
loaded, when it was discharged and blew the
top of his head off.
Thb Supreme Court of Kansas, has set
aside the verdict in the Medlicott case, and
, ordered a new trial, mainly on the ground
that the lower court admitted as testimony
the dying statement of Ruth, the murdered
man...T.The West Hotel, at Mendon, Mich.,
was destroyed by fire early Tuesday morn
ing. Loss $10,000 j insured for $5,000 A
young man named Jno. Wallace was shot
and killed by a Mr. Harvey, in Saline, Kan
sas, on Monday night. Wallace was on a
spree, and made a noise before Harvey's
door, whereupon the latter shot him The
Secretary of War has ordered the removal
of certain obstructions in the Chippewa
river at Eau Claire, Wis G. W. Kirk, a
citizen oi Clark county, Ind., committed sui
cide at Jeffersonville, on Monday, by throw
ing himself undera movinir freight train
Geo. W. Fishback, one of the proprietors of
tiie oi. ajou'b jsemocraz, nas commenced suit
against his partners' tor a dissolution of the
firm and a valuation of the Dropertv
Caristian Fribolin, a German music teacher,
living at ilaacontah, a short distance from
Belleville, IU., charged with an attempt to
commit a rape in October last, blew out
his brainB on Saturday last, in consequence
of an intimation from his bondsmen that
they were about to deliver Mm up to the
Tax Wisconsin State Republican Conven
tion met at Madiaon on Wednesday. The
delegates to the National Convention were
instructed to cast their united vote for a re-
nomination of Grant..... .Samuel C. Landry,
a resident of Flint, Mich., employed as
brakeman on a coal train, was run over on
Tuesday morning and fatally injured ...
David L. Taggart was run over by a train of
cars at oi. Aiouis on Wednesday, and in
stantly killed W. H. Rittenhouae, a con
ductor of the Belleville and Southern Illi
nois railroad, was run over and killed at
Belleville, 111., on Wednesday. His head
was norriDiy erusned.
groes broke into the house of an old man of
eighty years named James McNeill, near
Shelby City, Ky., and brutally murdered
him, splitting his head open with an ax
and stabbing him in several places. Two of
vne inree negroes nave been arrested and
identined by the wite of the murdered man,
Gbv. Ziohsstbbbt has resigned as Surveyor
oi the port 6T New Orleans.
A suit was entered in the United States
Circuit Court at Richmond on Monday, by
direction of the Attorney General of the
United States, to foreclose a morts-aee exe
cuted by th Richmond and Danville Rail
road Company darinir the late war. to tha
Confederate States, ts secure $1,000,000,
which it is claimed has reverted to the
United Btates Mott's Palace flour mills
at Columbus, Ga., were burned by an incen
diary on Tuesday morning. Loss $75,000 ;
no insurance The letter carriers of Rich
mond have resigned in a body in consequence
of the dismissal of their chief by the Post
master A bill repudiating one-third of
the public debt, represented by the bonds
known as West Virginia certificates, passed
the lower Virginia House on Monday All
new railroads in Tennessee are to get $40,000
a mile subsidy, and must pay into the State
Treasury one-half per cent, of the gross re
ceipts within two years after receiving the
Thb Kentucky State Republican Conven
tion met at Louisville on Wednesday. About
300 members were present, one-fourth of
whom were colored. The delegates were in
structed for Grant and Harlan A new
afternoon paper, styled the Register, has ap
peared at Memphis. It is edited by F. A.
Taylor, late editor of the Appeal Judge
Bus teed, of the United States District Court
of Alabama, sitting in bankruptcy, on
Wednesday granted an order for the sale of
the Alabama and Chattanooga railroad, sub
jest to every lien of the State of Alabama
for indorsements of the bonds of said rail
road, and for all interest paid by the State
on the indorsed bonds. The sale is ordered
for the 22d of April by the assignees.
All the London journals approve the re
sult of the Tichborne cue. The trial of the
claimant on a charge of perjury will take
place in April The Board of Directors of
the French Atlantic Cable Company have
resolved to lay another cable to America,
which will be under the management of the
present cable combination.
The Emperor of Germany has pardoned
all French culprits confined in German
priaonB......The eondition of the French
National Treasury even after the paying of
the fourth 500,000,000 of indemnity, is satis
factory. The Minister of Finance is enabled
to report a balance of 450,000,000 francs on
A dispatch from Pisa, Italy, announces
the death of Joseph Mazzini, the well-known
It is staled that the French government
is negotiating with the government at Ber
lin, with a view of anticipating the full
payment of the war indemnity, thereby se
curing the complete evacuation of France by
the Germans A meeting oi tne snare
holds of the Suez canal was held in Paris on
Tuesday. President Lesseps made a report
in which he stated that the direction of the
company has no intention of selling the
canal to n.nv irfwarnment : that the traflie-
over the canal is largely increasing, and
mat tne receipts during tne momus oi Jan
uary and February of the present year
amounted tn 2 .S?5.n00 franca A number
of prominent Russians are negotiating with
tne Polish refugees in ranee tor ineir re
turn to their native country. These negeti
ations look to a reconciliation between the
Czar and the disaffected Poles, a general
amnesty, and the appointment of the Grand
Duke Alexis to be the Viceroy of Poland
The Russian fleet, with the Grand Duke
Alexis on board, sailed on Tuesday from
Havana for Rio de Janeiro.
According to advices received at Paris
from Spain, a crisis is at hand. King Ama
dous is concentrating his army around Mad
rid, disarming the National Guard, and pre
paring to defend his throne The London
Times says that the election of the new
Board of Erie Directors, and the elevation of
Gen. Dix to the Presidency, will restore con
fidence in American enterprise, and conse
quently result in an increase of the resources
of the country The new English iron
clad ram Rupert was launched from the
Government dock yard at Chatham on Tues
day Advices from Rio Janeiro state that
a tremendous land-slide occurred on the line
of the Paulo railroad. An inclined plane,
miles in extent, moved from its foundations,
and buried the road for a long distance un
der earth and rocks. It was believed that
it would take two months' work to restore
the road to working order.
Proceedings in Congress.
In the Senate on tne 7th bills were passed
for the erection of public buildings at St. Louis and
Little Rock.. -A resolution was passed directing the
Committee on Commerce to make a thorough inquiry
into the subects of immigration and the treatment of
immigrants after their arrival in this country; and,
also, into the Quarantine and health regulations at the
chief porta in the United States The Legislative
Appropriation bill was discussed until adjournment.
lu the Houe on the 7th a bill waa passed to nllow
the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad Company to
change ita projected Una of road between Fond du
Lac, Wis., and Escanaba. Mich., the grant of lands
not to be increased or changed thereby.-. The Defi
ciency Approfnriation bill was passed......After some
further unimportant business the House adjourned.
In the Senate on the 8th the Secretary of
the Interior was directed to communicate the in
formation in his possession concerning the occupation
of the Indian Territory by unauthorized persona
Statues of Jonathan Trumbull and Koger Sherman
were formally presented to the United States, in the
name of tne people of Connecticut, to be placed in the
old hall of the House of Representativea. In making
the preMnlation, Mr. Buckingham and Mr. Ferry
made appropriate addressee. Mr. Anthony offered a
resolution accepting the statues, and returning the
thanks of Congress to the peorle of Connecticut for
presenting them, and briefly addressed the Senate on
the subject. The resolution was unanimously adopt
ed The Senate then went into executive session,
and Boon after adjourned4o Monday, the 11th.
In tbe House on the same day Mr. Shanks, from the
Committee on Indian Affairs, reported a bill authoriz
ing the Secretary of the Interior to negotiate with tha
Ute Indians ia Colorado for the extinguishment of
their right to the south part of their reservation. He
explaiued that this reservation contained 14.000,000
acres, including valnable mineral land?, while the
Indians only numbered 4,000. It ia desirable to have
the title put in the Governm nt, so that mineral in
terests there mie ht be develoDed. The bill was nansed.
.The amended bill makiue Pittsburgh a port of
IWW'W J VM WUbUfroi IU......AUB Mill lUf IUW ()M J Ulf 1 1 Ip
of $100 bonnty to soldiers, or their widows and
orphans, who were mnstered into service prior to
Julv 22. 1861. UD to which time no bounties were
allowed, was taken up. On motion of Mr. Kellogg, of
Connecticut, tbe bill waa amended, making it apply to
soldiers who were mustered in before the 6th day of
August, aca was men passed...... xne House thn went
into Committee of the Whole on the Post Office Ap
propriation bill. The bill appropriates .$28,250,000.
Various amendments were proposed and reject d, and
the commit'ee rose without reaching a vote....Ad
jouraed to Monday, March 11.
In the Senate on the 11th twelve thousand
copies of the census report were ordered tobeprinted.
After the introduction of several new bills tteAp-
propriation hill wea taken up. The ameBdment ap
propriating $50,000 for civil service reform was adopt
ed by a vote of 25 to 21. .Without further action the
In the House on the 11th a resolution was adopted
for investigating the charges affecting Secretary Robe
eon, and Messrs. Blair (Mich.). Sargent, Peters, Voor
hees and Warren were appointed a select committee.
Mr. Gets offered a resolution instructing the C- m-
mittee of Wars and Means to renort on the nronrietv
of abolishing all internal re-enue laws, and imposing
taxea on States in proportion to population, which
was agred to.: Mr. Farnswortb. from the Post Office
Committee, reported a bill to suppress tbe system of
straw bids for carrying mail, and providing that
any person who has put in a bid and who then fails
to enter into contract aad to perform service, shall be
deemed gnuty ol misdemeanor, and be liable to a pen
alty of $3,000 fine and one year'a imprisonment. Aa
amendment authorising the Postmaster General to
accept new sureties Iroui contractors in place of exist
ing suretios wss a creed to. The bill aa amended then
passed..... Mr. Killinger offered a r ao'ution declaring
that the policy of granting subsidies in public lands
to railroad and other cornorations oucrht to be di4.
continued, and that every C"nideration of public
policy and equal justice to the whole people require
tne public lands to De neia ior.nomesteaus lor actual
settlers and for educational purposes. Agreed to
without a djvwtorj Adjourned.
In the Senate on the 12th the bill grant
ing the right of way to the Great Sonthern railroad in
Florida was passed A resolution was adopted ask
ing the President to Inform tne'Senate what amount
ot money naa Deen expenaea oy tne government dur
ing tne past turee yers ior teiegrapn service, includ
ing cable dispatches, and the rates paid...H.Ttie Legi -lative
Anrjrooriation bill waa taken un. An mond.
ment was adopted appropriating aao.lioo for the pub.
Iicarinn of laws in the uewsDaeera. An nmenrimant
providing that after the publication of the laws of
V. n n-ant I V.n rrruia tha nnhliMiHnit f 1.,... ln
newspapers snail cease waa also adopted ...... Ad
Tn the House on the 12th the bill erantitur to the
Central Pacific railroad the nse of hall of the island of
xerba Buena, in ban r-ranciscn Harbor, was taken up
and finally recommitted to the Pacific Railroad Com
mittee, with instructions to amend by providing that
the President appoint three commissioners at tha ex
pense of the Central Pacific road to hear all parties
interested, who shall award, three months after ap-
point neut, sucu sum ior me use oi uau oi tne island
mm ahull he inst and eonitable. to be aaid hv the nn.
tral Company A resolution declaring B. F. Myera
entitled to the seat from the Sixte nth Pennsylvania
District waa adopted The House went into Com
mittee of the Whole on the Postoffioe Appropriation
bill, ana soou auer mjuiuiun.
In the Senate en the 13th a bill was passed
authorizing a survey, and marking off the boundary
line between the United States and the British Pos
sessions from the Lake of the Woods to the summit
of the Rocky Mountains. The remainder of te
session was taken up with the discussion of Mr. Conk
ling's resolution as to recommendations for office by
the Seoators from Hew York, Illinois. Missouri and
In the House on the same day a bill was passed pro
viding that minors snail not Deeunsted In the mili
tary service without the conseut of their parents aod
guardiana......A bill waa passed granting tne Haven
port and St. Panl railn ad right of way over the.Gov-
ernment Rock Island (111.) bridge, the comp -ny t3
contribute one third of tho expenses maintaining
the bridge..H..The Houfe then went into Committeeof
tbe w hole on the Postomce Appropriation bill, which
waa uiscussea until adjournment.
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Blotches and Eruptions, purify your
blood by taking Dr. Pierce's Golden
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this purpose. oob
Eesurrection of the Hair. After
forty years of experiment, and a thousand
failures, the great fact remains now, as in
1830, that PHALON'S CHEMICAL HAIR
INVIGORATOR is the only article in exist
ence that will stop with absolute certainty
the tailing out ol tne nair, produce a new
growth from the roots, strengthen the fibres,
prevent the possibility of their decay, and
preserve to the latest period of life their
flexibility, color and luxuriance. Is there
any other hair preparation before the world
that will accomplish these objects? Let
those who have run through them all an
swer the question 1 "We challenge the world
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them. Should your druggist chance to be
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Help for the Hopeless. You are
weak, dejected, miserable, and nothing
does you any good, you say. Don't des
pair. There is balm in Gilead. Have
you tried Vinegar Bitters? No ! Then
why don't you ? Do not insist that such
a thing as a vital elixir is impossible
before you have tested the properties of
this marvelous Vegetable Restorative.
Whether your complaint be dyspepsia,
biliousness, nervous weakness, constitu
tional debility, or any other trouble,
Vinegar Bitters will revive and renovate
your shattered system, as a genial rain
refreshes the withered flowers. Com.
D. B. Fisk A Co., who are among the
largest importers and wholesale dealers in
millinery goods in the West, and the first to
find new quarters and Bupply customers
after the fire, have just built and occupied a
new brick store, at 27 and 29 South Clinton
street, with three floors, 50x150 feet, over
half an acre of floor room, with admirably
arranged and elegant offices, ladies' parlors,
toilet rooms, and every convenience for do
ing an immense business. Their stock, of
their own importation, or direct from the
manufacturers, is large, choice, and all new,
and of the latest styles. More centrally lo
cated than before the fire, out of the dirt
and dust of the burnt district, within a
block of the Sherman, Briggs, Barnes,
and Clifton Hotels, but two blocks from tbe
Alton and St Louis, and the Pittsburgh and
Fort Wayne Depots, and but three from the
Chicago and Northwestern Railway, with
horse car and omnibus lines in front and
on either side leading from all the other
railroads, they now occupy the very focus of
the converging lines of travel, to gather in
the vast trade of the Northwest. With su
perior facilities, ample means, long experi
ence and skill in business, with their pres
tige and popularity as the leading house in
their line, largely increased since the fire,
by showing themselves to be equal to great
emergencies, and with their commendable
system of making the same efforts to please
customers and secure trade as if they were
a new house with reputation and fortune
yet to win, their continued success is as
sure as the law of cause and effect. It is
such as they who are the resurrection and
the life of Chicago's prosperity. Chicago
Clement, Morton & Co.
The extraordinary career of this wholesale
clothing house is a striking illustration of
the marvelous pluck ana enterprise wnicn
has given Chicago and Chicago busi
ness men world-wide renown. In the
fall of 1870. this firm lost their stock
of about $100,000 by fire, but imme
diately resumed 'business witn a largely
increasing trade. Again in the great fire of
October, 1871, their stock of over $200,000
was entirely swept away. Meeting every
engagement promptly on time, they were
the first in their line to resume business in
full, having their manufacturing depart
ment in running condition early in Novem
ber, giving employment during the winter
to 400 workmen ; and to-day they offer to
the trade a stock of nearly half a millon dol
lars, with a daily business more than double
that of any former year. With their en
ternriae. facilities, and high reputation for
honorable dealing, we predict for them a
brilliant future. Ulticago lrxoune.
In New Quarters.
D. W. 4 A. Keith fc Co., Importers
Jobbers of Hosiery, Notions and Fanuy Dry
Goods, have removed to their new brick
store, 14 and 16 Madison street, where they
are now opening the largest lines of goods
for the spring trade. Their stock of White
Goods, Linens, Hosiery and Gloves is large
and attractive. Their enterprise, sagacity
and fair dealing have placed them at the
head of the Motion Trade ot umcago. Loom.
When is a woman like a sparrow ?
When she is in earnest (in her nest.)
We have seen it stated in various
papers throughout the country, that Agents
for the sale of Sheridan's Cavalry Condition
Powders were authorized to refund tbe money
to any person who should use them and not
be satisfied witn tne result, we aouDiea
this at first, but the proprietors authorize
us to say that it is true. Ljom.
An Extended Popularity. Each year
finds "Brown s Bronchial Iroches ' in new
localities in various parts of the world,
For relievine Couehs. Colds, and Throat
Diseases, the Troches have been proved
During our interview, the American
Consul at Bankok, presented the King an
elegant assortment of his medicines from
Dr. J. C. Ayer, of Lowell, Mass., for the use
of the Court. He explained to his Majesty
their origin from the great chemist and their
uses. The Cherry Pectoral for coughs the
Barsaparilla lor eruptive diseases, ana tne
Ague Cure for the fevers that are so fatal in
this hot countrv. The daneerous condition
of a favorite wife in the palace with one of
tne aisoraers tnese meaicines cures, gu-ve uiui
special interest in these products of medical
skill ; indeed, these medical marvels interested
him more in our countrv t'lan all the
other attentions we had shown him. Letters
from a Lady in Siam.
For Dyspepsia. Indigestion, depres
sion of spirits, and general debility in their
various forms ; also, as a preventive against
fever and ague, and other intermittent fevers,
thn "FmTn-PhnnnSr.Tated Elixir of Calisava."
made by Caswell, Hazard 4 Co., New "York,
and sold by all druggists, ia the best tonic,
ana as a tonic ior paimuus recovering uvui
lever or other sickness, it has no equal.
Vitalise thb Hair. Why does the hair
become harsh and dry why does it fall out why does
it become gray ? Simply because the life has gone ot
of it. The fibers draw sustenance from tbe scalp as
the grass draws aliment from tha soil, and when the
supply oi nutriment is cur on ineiruercaae ww i'i-
rint wither mtil nips At the first svmntom of decay,
therefore, the unfed or half-fed roots of the hair
should be refreshed and reinforced with Lyon's
Kathaibok. tha only preparation which will nourish
th riln-mAnfji Ann keen thAm in a vicrorons condition
after they have begun to suffer from a deficiency of
tneir natural stimulant, as long as tne amusiruu is
faithfully used, with a proper degree of friction, morn
ing and evening, so long will it be impossible for the
hair to whiten or tan out xrom tne scaip, 1.00m.
The cheapest article in the world for
family use is the Halford Leicestershire
Table Sauce. Every family having it is its
'50. We advise all to send so cents for the Journal
li T M T F r, Chambersburg. Pa.
Common , -
Cotton Middling - ..
Flour Extra Western
Wheat No. 2 Spring
Corn Mixed Western
Oats W estern
Rye Western ......
Pork NewMess .
.$ IBia 11H
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7 50 a no
1 62 o 1 63
69 o 70
53 a 54
.. 81 a 83
Stock Cattle Common.................
Buttei Choice .
Flour White Winter Extra
Wheat No. 1 Spring
No. 2 Spring
Corn No. 2
Oats No. 2.
Rye No. 2 .
Barley No. 2
a 5 50
a 4 00
a 3 25
o 4 75
a 8 75
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Jl 70 all 75
Wheat No. 2 Spring
Corn Mixed, on track
Oats No. 2, on track.. ,
Cattle Prime -
,.$7 25 o 7 f 0
. 1 38 a 1 39
. 38 39
.. 35 a 36
. 81 a 82
. 73 a 74
.13 00 al312!
5 00 a 5 50
3 25 a 3 50
Corn Mixed.- ...
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Wheat No. 1 Spring
No. 2 Spring
Corn No. 2 ,
Oats No. 2
Rye No. 2.
Jiarloy No. 2
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. 1 23 . a 1 23'4
. 37 a 37U
. 31 a 31H
. 70 a 71
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Wheat No.l Red W:nter
No. 2 Red Winter
Petroleum Refined. .....
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Corn High Mixed
Oats No. 1
. 1 47 a 1 48
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. 40 a 41
. 39 a 40
525 a 540
No stronger evidence of the wonderful en
ergy of tho age can be produced than is now
exhibited in the rebuilding of Chicago.
Scarcely five months have elapsed since one
of the greatest calamities ever known leveled
this proud city, consuming over two hundred
millions of property. Quite a city has al
ready arisen ou the ruins, and the buildings
are of a better class than before. During a
recent visit to Chicago we noticed, among
other fine buildings erected, the mammoth
brick warehouse of the great dry goods ftrm
of Field, Letter & Co., corner Madison and
Market streets, covering almost the entire
block, being 201x190 feat, (an area more than
double their former quarters), six floors, filled
from basement to root: nearlv nve acres and
a half of dry goods, gathered by their own for
eign and home buyers, from all parts of the
world. This is bu t one of the many great dis
tributing depots which have arisen from the
ashes, because the Great West needs them.
This firm,and their competitors, recognize the
tact mat, prosperous Dusiness means benefit
to the buy er as well as the seller, and through
their wide-awake policy low prices are
broueht one thousand miles nearer to their
doors. The Great West has given Chicago
her prominence, because every country vil
lage and city has "taken stock in her," and
extend their encouragement and patronage to
ner; in a few years sue win be rebuilt more
elegant and substantial than before. Com.
Johnson's Anodyne IAniment is, without
doubt, the safest, surest, and best remedy
that has ever been invented for internal and
external use. It is applicable to a great
variety of complaints, and is equally bene
cial for manor beast. Com.
List Chance Highest prize 50.000. to be
drawn March 28th. in aid of the sick and desti
tute at Mercy Hospital, Omaha, Neb. Tickets, $3
each, or two tor so. extraordinary inducements
to clubs. Agents wanted. Full Darti cnlars. Ad
dress, Patter & Gardiner, Omaha, Nebraska.
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in their gratitude have lent their names to ns that
suffering humanity can read their evidence and be
lieve. Doa't experiment with new and nntried mix
tures, yon cannot afford it, but try at once this invaln
able article; it can be found in any Drug Store and at
most general stores. It is warranted to break np the
moBt troublesome Cough in a few hours if not of too
long standing. It is warranted to give entire satis
faction in all cases of Lung and Throat difficulties.
"IT SAVED MY LIFE."
Words of a Reliable Druggist.
MARINE CITY, MICH., July, 28th, 1870.
J. N. Harms A Co. Dbar Sirs:
Balsam has arrived. I would not like to be without it,
for it has saved, my life. I took a bad cold and a
coach, and finally cousuuipflun was vented upon me.
I wa in a very bad -tate. I tried everything that waa
recommended, and spent a great deal of money, and
fot no help. I had Allen's Lung Balsam for sale, but
knew nothing of its merits. I did not like to taka
it without knowing more about it. I had not sold a
bottle. When your agent called upon me I told him I
could not sell a medicine I kuew nothing about. lie
urged me to try it myself. I did so, and to -my grate
ful surprise, the first bottle stopped my coagh. and
before the third bottle was taken, my lungs were healed
and well, and I can now speak knowingly to my
friends an 1 customers of the goad qualities of Allen's
I remain respectfully.
L. C. COTTRELL.
PIt is harmless to the most delicate child.
ttSIt contains no opium in any form.
Call for " Allen's Tjung Balsam," and shun the use
of any other Balsam ; unprincipled men may deceive
with worthless preparations.
J. N. HARRIS & CO., Propr's, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Sold by Medicine Dealers Generally.
For sair by G REE NTS ft BUTTON. H. BOS
WOltTH SONS, and DOHMEN. SCHMIDT A CO..
Milwaukee; FULLER ft FULLER and HURLBUT
ft EDSALL, Chicaco: NOTES BROS, ft CUTLER,
Saint Paul: RI:HARDdON ft CO. and COLLINS
BROS., St. Lonia.
Fboh Maine to California millions of children are
wearing SILVER TIPPED Shoes Why not, they are
the cheapest and never wear through at the toe. Try
In this changeable climate nothing is more impor
tant than dry feet ; Health and life depend on it,
therefore buy CABLE SCREW WIRE Boots and
Shoes never leak or np.
The advertiser, having been permanently cured of
that dread disease, Consumption, ny a simple remedy,
is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the
mean- of cure. To all who desire it, he will send a
copy of the prescription used (free of charce). with
the directions for preparing and using the same.
WHICH l ll"y win nu a buub vvaa cub woovMriiuu,
Asthma RRnsruiTis. Ac.
the will address
Rev, EDWARD A. WILSON.
264 South Third Street. Williamsburgh. N. Y.
Lassitude and Debility.
The relaxation of nervous energy which creates an
indisposition to physical or mental effort, so strong as
almost to amount to positive inability, and which we
term lassitude, proceeds from a variety of causes. The
principal of these are constitutional debility, heat ef
the atmosphere, coupled with humidity, climatic
changes, and the physical prostration consequent upon
a long illness. But whatever the cause, it must be
perfectly clear that if the nervous system is unduly
relaxed, something is required to brace it nr. That
something is Hostetter's Bitters, which is universally
recognized as the most complete and speedy recuper-
ant of the physical forces in existence. It has been so
thoroughly and widely demonstrated as to be a mitter
of positive certainty and familiar knowledge, that the
Bitters will not only rehabilitate the physique, when
shattered and wasted by disease, but will also, if taken
systematically, actually compensate the constitution
ally feeble frame for its deficiency of strength, and by
infusing new life into a weak system, endow it with
the health and vigor which Nature has denied it. The
Bitters also enable the body to resist the enervating
influences of heat, humidity, and changes from a tern
perate to a hot climate. It is on these accounts spe
cially to be recommended to travelers and residents in
the torrid zone, and persons subjected to abrupt tran
sitions in temperature.
TV Ji. 3NT 1"
To improve 1,700.000 acres of the very best prairie
lands in Iowa, tree from mortgage or other Incnm
branre, which can now be had at THEIR PRESENT
VALUE for cash, or upon long time, with six per
cent, interest upon deferred payments. These lands
comprise the government railroad grants along the
lines Of tue two ireai luorougnmrtu ueiwwu uuiwigu
Omaha and Sionx City, and he mainly
In the Middle Region of Western Iowa-
nnrMl fnr itm anlnhrinnf. climate, and inexhaustible soil
a finely watered yet perfectly drsined district in the
best agricultural State in tbe Union. Fever and Ague
it here unknown.
Railroad traverse the land in all directions. Agents
are provided with teams to snow tnem tree to pur
chasers. Now is the time to
SECURE A HOME AT $4 OR $5
per acre, in the luxuriant valley of either the Boyer,
tka Mania trio Knlfi.ni-. ftf thfl T,fttl Si 011.
Exploring tickets via the Chicago and Northwestern
or Illinois Central Railways are sold at the railroad
offices in Chicago Qweus street arpot), uumon aou
Dubuque, or at our main office in Cedar Rapid-", re
PAivuKiA fnr Innd nnrrhased. Conntv mans sent free.
Send fo- a guide. It gives pricts, terms. locations and
descriptions of the lands and how to reach them.
Address, JOHN B. CALHOUN,
Land Commissioner Iowa It . R. Laud Co., Cedar
Rapid, Iowa. .
For Beauty of Polish, Saving Labor, Clean
liness, Durability 6l Cheapness. Unequaled.
BEWARE OP WORTHLESS IMITATIONS under other
names, but resembling ours In shape and color of wrappi r
intended to deceive.
THE Risixa BIS POLISH IS RCLST, for stove dealers'
use, at twelve cents per pound twenty-five and flay
pound boxes. " Cheaper than any other Bulk Polish for
l'UK RIRIxo SI'S ICMBEIt rENCIL. No Sharpening;
Che.ip and Durable supercedesotherarticlcsfor purpose.
THE H1S1XU SIX HLAI K LEST LIT IIRIl'ATOK. Foraxles,
bearings and machinery. Lasts six times as long aa oil
alone. 25 lb. and SO lb. boxes, 15 cents per lb. Try it.
MORSE BROS., Prop'rs.s Canton, Mass.
O f Envelopes, of various Sizes Colors, and Soncs on
t Yf each, 24 sheets Song Paper, copy of a 4rt-column
paper, all seal for20c. J.A.JIowells4Co.,JeflersoD,0.
How the French Build.
Tha French practice in building is a
pood one. Instead of using flimsy lath
for thin partitions, they employ stout
pieces of oak, a? thick as garden pal
ings. These thfy nail firmly on each
side of the framing of the partition, and
fill the space between with rubble and
plaster of paris. They coat the whole
with plaster. The floors are managed
in the same way, as well aa the under
side of the stairs. Houses are thus
rendered more "fire-proof," or rather
less combustible. In Nottingham, Eog
land, where they have gypsum in the
neighborhood, as in Paris, they form
their floors and partitions in the same
solid manner ; consequently a building
is rarely burned down in that populous
A Valid Objection.
Says Hearth and Home: ""We once
knew a man who opposed the location
cf a railroad depot on one corner of his
farm for the rearon that its presence
would soon make his land eo valuable
that he could not pay the taxes; but it
has been reserved for Canada to cap the
climax in the way of objectors to rail
ways. A Dominion M. P. made a speech
in Parliament not long since, m wnicn
he protested against each and every
proposed line of rails, on the ground
that the locomotives would frighten the
cow3, and so impair the quality ot their
A curious suit is in progress at San
Francisco, in which the plaintiff sues to
obtain possession of some extremely
valuable manuscripts, one ot which is a
copy ot the Uld testament in Hebrew,
written 250 years before Christ.
Connecticut should be credited with
the laziest fisherman. The individual
in question is a fifteenth amendment,
who ties his 'fish line to his dog, and
when he gets a Pife kicks his dog.
"Vine c fir Bitters are not a vile Fnncv Drinl;
made of Poor Rum, Whiskey, Proof Spirits and Refuse
Liquors, doctored, spiced, and sweetened to please the
&c that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin
but are a true Medicine, made from the native roots
and herbs of California, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants.
They are the Great Blood Purifier and a Life-giving
Principle, a Perfect Renovator and Invigorator of the
System, carrying off all poisonous matter and restoring
the blood to a healthy condition, enriching it, refreshing
and invigorating both mind and body. They are easy
of administration, prompt in their action, certain in their
results, sate and reliable in all forms ot disease.
Ha Person can take these Bitters accord
ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison orothei
means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the point
DvsDeDsia or Indlsrestion Headache. Pain
in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest, Diz
ziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Mouth. Bilious Attacks. Palpitation of the
Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in the regions of
xne ivianeys, ana uunarca uwh paiuim oyiutiuiu.
are the oflsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaints
it has no equal, ana one Dotue wiu prove a oeuer guar
antee of its merits than a lenerthv advertisement.
For Femsle Complaints in young or old,
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the
turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so decided an
influence that a marked improvement is soon percep
for Inflammatory- and. Cnronie Rhea
mat ism and Gout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Bilious,
Remittent and Intermittent Fevers. Diseases of the
Blood Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bitters have
been most successful, oucn juiseasea are cause a uj
Vitiated Blood, which is generally produced by derange
ment of the Dieestive Orcans.
They are a Gentle Purgative as well as
a Tonic, possessing also the peculiar merit of acting
an TViwerful atrent iiy relievinsr Congestion Or Inflam
mation of the Liver and Visceral Organs, and in Bilious
For Skin Diseases. E runt ions. Tetter. Salt-
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Car
buncles, King-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Ery
sipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin, Humors
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature,
arejiterally dug up and carried out of the system in a
short time by the nse of these Bitters. One bottle in
such cases will convince the most incredulous of their
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever vou
find its impurities bursting through the skin in Pimples,
Eruptions, or Sores; cleanse it when you find it 'ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it when it is
foul ; your feelings will tell yeu when. Keep the blood
pure, and the health of the system will follow-
Grateful tnousands proclaim Vinegar Bit
ters the most wonderful Invigorant that ever sustained
the sinking system.
Pin9 Tape, and other Worms, lurking in
the system of so many thousands, are effectually de
stroyed and removed. Says a distinguished physiol
ogist : There is scarcely an individual upon the face of the
earth whose body is exempt from the presence of worms.
It is not upon the healthy elements of the body that
worms exist, but upon the diseased humors and slimy
deposits that breed these living monsters of disease.
No system of Medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelmin
itics, will free the system from worms like these Bit
ters. - -
Mechanical Diseases. Persons engaged in
Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type-setters,
Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they advance in life, will
be subject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard against
this take a dose ot walker s vinegar fitters once
or twice a week, as a Preventive.
Billons, Remittent, and Intermittent
Feveri, which are so prevalent in the valleys of our
great rivers throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Ten
nessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Brazos,
K.10 iiranae, I'ean, AiaDama, Mobile, savannah, Koan
oke. Tames, and manv others, with their vast tributa
ries, throughout our entire country during the Summer
and Autumn, and remarkably so during seasons of
unusual heat and dryness, are invariably accompanied
by extensive derangements of the stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. There are always more or less
obstructions of the liver, a weakness and irritable state
of the stomach, and great torpor of the bowels, being
clogged up with vitiated accumulations. In their treat
ment, a purgative, exerting a powerful influence upon
these various organs, is essentially necessary. There is
no cathartic ior the purpose equal to Dr. J. vv alkek s
Vinegar Bitters, as thev will speedily remove the
dark-colored viscid matter with which the bowels are
loaded, at the same time stimulating the secretions of
the liver, and generally restoring the healthy functions
ot tne digestive organs.
Scrofula, or Kin&r's lvil. White Swellings.
Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goiter. Scrofulous
Inflammations, indolent inflammations, Mercurial Af
fections, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eyes,
etc, etc. In these, as in all other constitutional Dis
eases, Walker's Vinegar Bitters have shown their
great curative powers in the most obstinate and intract
Dr. Walker's California VlnesanBltters
act on all these cases in a similar manner. By purifying
the Biood they remove the cause, and by resolving away
the ettects ot the inflammation (the tubercular deposits)
the affected parts receive health, and a permanent cure
The properties of Dr. Walker's Vihbgav
Bitters are Aperient. Diaphoretic and Carminative,
W utntious, Laxative, .Diuretic, bedative, Counter-irn
tant. Sudorific Alterative, and Anti-Bilious.
The Aperient and mild Laxative properties of
Dr. Walker's Vinegar Bitters are the best safe
guard in all cases of eruptions and malignant fevers,
their balsamic, healing, and soothing properties protect
the humors of the fauces- Their Sedative properties
allay pain in the nervous system, stomach, and bowels,
either from inflammation, wind, colic, cramps, etc
Their Counter-irritant influence extends throughout
the system. ThefT Diuretic properties act on the Kid
neys, correcting and regulating the flow of urine. Their
Anti-Bilious properties stimulate the liver, in the secre
tion of bile, and its discharges through the biliary ducts,
and are saperior to all remedial agents, for the cure of
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, etc
Fortify the body against disease by puri
fying all its fluids with Vinegar Bitters. No epi
demic can take hold of a system thus forearmed. The
liver, the stomach, the bowels, the k'dneys, and the
nerves are rendered disease-proof by this great invig
orant. Directions. Take of the Bitters on going to bed
at nij;ht from a half to one and one-half wine-glassfull.
Eat good nourishing food, such as beef steak, mutton
chop, venison, roast beef, and vegetables, and take
out-door exercise. They are composed of purely veget
able ingredients, and contain no spiriL
J WALKER, PropV It. H. McDONALD A CO.,
Druggists and Gen. Agts. , San Francisco and New York.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS.
VOUNG MEN, send stamped envelope, at
X retted to youi self, for frof. Diffenba.ngh'(
Physiological Method of Self Pare for Iser
voiis Peliflitv. Address I)ilinbusth Rem.
edr t'o.i aiilwsuKeei n u.
AGENTS Wanted.-Agents make more money at
work for ns than at anything: else. Particulars lree.
G. Stinbom & Co., Vine Art Publiahera. Portland, olain.
HrT ju rn.. suvnamK-s.
47 West Lake Street, Chlcaato. FRESH
810ED8 tor Field and Garden, true to name, and at
lowest rates. Send for price list.
IT K. BO VS. American Bova Journal. 48 coVs. 50
eta, a year.specimen for stamp. Qua Bo vs. Chicago.
)EKSONAL Picture (very rare, original and
Bpnuine) from the world renowned "Btackf rook.'
etc.. by mail (with an agency! 20 ct-nts each ; 3 for 5lc.
1 10 Hanover street. Boston, Mass.
T adies' Rubber Goods, novelties that cannot be ob
.1 J tained elsewhere. A lady in attendance. Call or
address Goodyear Rubber Co. ,7 10 Broad wy. New York.
mailed tree. THEO. F. WOOD. VerDOn, N.J.
Slass. Institute of Technology.
Entrance Examinations. June 3d and October 3d.
For new Catalogue and recent entrance examination
paper.. apply to Prof. S1J1UEL KEKLAND, Secre
tary, Bosron, Mass.
W. & T. SMITH,
GENEVA NURSERY.GENEVA, N.Y,
400 Acres. Bend 10 Cents for Catalogue.
BINGHAMTON SCALE WORKS. Fr
Ton Scales. $fi No pit required. Kvery scale
11. u. OSIKIOD at lX.t Blngnamton, a. i.
A NERVOUS INVALID
Haa published for tbe benefit of young men and others
whnfuiffcr from Nervousness. Debility. Ac. . a treatise
supplying the means of self cure. Written by one who
cured mm noil, ana sent tree on receiving a pcsi-pam
directed envelope. Address
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Contains 150 pages. The moss extensive and com
plete Seed Catalogue published. Sent free to all ap
plicants. Seeds Warbaktkd Fbpsh and to beach
the Purchaser. HOVKY fc i (J.,
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MONEY FOR POOR MEN.
A mlnrv of f .10 ner week to hon st men and women.
Business light and first-clasn. A special order for
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Tradesmen and others, secure a homestead early, at
low prices, where your children can be well educated,
and whfre a fine, healihy climate and verv fertile soil
will enable you to get rich. Address A. M-ETZ, Agent,
j.ew Jtneiana uoiony, n.iaaer. jao.
IT IS CHEAP!
It is the Br ST
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CREMK BLANCHE" which is sold by the Chi
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160 W. Harrison SC.. Chicaco.
iVSr, W vStf"'
Havlnc been the first to Introduce to the public the
junouara pquasu. American xuroan sqnasn. jn.arD.e
head Mammoth Cabb&iTA. Mexican Sr.eet-Corn.Phin
ney's Watermelon, Brown's New Iwarf Mori ow fat
Pea, Boston Curled .Lettuce, and other
; New and Valuable Vegetables,
with the return of another season I am again prepared
to sapp'y the public with VeRf table and Flower Seeds
of the purest quality. My Annual Catalogue is now
ready, and will be sent free to all. It has not only all
novelties, but the standard vegetables of the farm and
garden (over one hundred of which are of mv own
cTowineYand acarefnllv selected list ef Flower Seeds.
On the cover of my Catalogue will be found copies of
letters r?ceiven irom xrmers ana gardeners residing
in over thirty different Btates and Territories who have
lined mv seed from one to ten veara. I warrant 1st.
That all money sent hall reach me. 2d, Thnt mil seed
ordered shall read the purchaser. 3.1. That my seed shall
t rrest, ana true to name, catalogue yr to an.
James) J H. Gregory, Marblehead Mass.
Carrying the British and United States Mails.
8TEAM SEMI-WEEKXY BETWEEN"
NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL.
Callin. at OtrrENSTOwir. Ibxlaitd. to land nassenmrg
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Srincipal points in EUBOPE and the UNITED
TATIS. Annlv to
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39 West Klnzle Sc., CHICAGO.
la widely known
as one of the most
ever discovered for
cleansing the sys
tem and purifying
the blood. It has
stood the test of
years, with a con
stantly growing rep
utation, based on its
intrinsic virtues, and sustained by its re
markable cures. So mild as to be safe and
beneficial to children, and yet so searching
as to effectually purge out the great cor
ruptions of the blood, such as the scrofulous
and syphilitic contamination. Impurities,
or diseases that have lurked in the system
for years, soon yield to this powerful anti
dote, and disappear. Hence its wonderful
cures, many of which are publicly known,
of Scrofula, and all scrofulous diseases,
Ulcers, Eruptions, and eruptive dis
orders of the skin, Tumors, Blotches,
Boils, Pimples, Pustules, Sores, St.
Anthony's Fire, Rose or Erysipe
las, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald
Head, Ringworm, and internal Ul
cerations of the Uterus, Stomach,
and Liver. It also cures other com
plaints, to which it would not seem especi
ally adapted, such as Dropsy, Dyspep
sia, Fits, Keuralgia, Heart Disease,
Female Weakness, Debility, and
Iieucorrhcea, when they are manifesta
tions of the scrofulous poisons.
It is an excellent restorer of health and
strength in the Spring. By renewing the
appetite and vigor of the digestive organs,
it dissipates the depression and listless lan
guor of the season. Even where no disorder
stppears, people feel better, and live longer,
for cleansing the blood. The system moves
on with renewed vigor and a new lease of
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Cbemlata,
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVKHTWHKBE.
CANNOT BE UNDERSOLD.
EVERY HPltIN'i WARRANTED.
CHROME " TOOL STEEL,
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BIAi. HALL, KI31BAUK. fe CO.,
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reciree for self-cure, with full directions, mailed for 50
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lltEKH SEEDS. Since tbe Great Fire. Western
u 1 111 .... .4 117 ITIni.it nkinm T
P. FOGG SON. Stock nev and complete. Can (tip-
ply our customersas usual. Beua ior iTice ulss. in
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Tb MASOX A HAMLIN ORGAN CO. mpctrtfully nnonnr..
Introduction, thla mmoii, of tmpMVOtMU of jnch no t..au
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REED and PIPE CABINET ORGANS. -
Bnlldm-, and tha only nccuiiiil olli U-n o rut
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DAY'S TRANSPOSING KEY -BOARD.
lavanUa and patented by Mr. W. G. Day, f Daltlmof. vy WBieh
perforate! laitamljrssovf U. K.y Bui 1. Ute or ln.
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Bsias Fate rasas ul aa ham oju.v Turn bams a
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BBW AND ELEOANT STYLES
Dcm-le Heed CABINET 0EGA2TS, .
PRICES. ? iJ .
Considering their capacity, eiegance, and thorough ,
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loTuer than any beforeojfered.
Tba Cabinet Organ mad by tfa Mason a Hamlla Co. ara acknow
ledged to azeal mil othara in parity and beauty of tooa, power.
variety sad sarsblllty ; and entata paWaUd tmproraroanta Dot
any othara. Tbay hare anifbrmly won highest pramloma a In
dustrial Exalbitioas, fnclodlnf a medal at Ute Fakis Exroamoat. for
raoKBTK atkd aupBaioBiTT , are tin only .American Organs eold
largely ia other coon tries, and are pronounced to be uhqcss
ri OX ABLY TBS BUT by maaleUn. ALMOST gBTlTSBS4H.T. So
testimony from more than
OUS THOUSAND HUSICUHS
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fall In a TESTIMONIAL CIRCULAR which will be aeal free
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others. We nave not heard such pure maalcal tones from any : ,
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Acknowledged to make the best, this Company norm
undertake to sell at such prices that their , ,
Organs shall be
dnqnestton-bly Cheapest, '
which they certainly are enabled to do by the possession of Exts
in M aottiNBstr and Umbqcalbo FaciLiriaa for MAtTrraciiJRB l
and they invite Attention to their present pries, which will be found
aa low, or Tm mi, mmii sue prices armannati box oomuusi bbm very
Foca-CKrrAva oaoAjra, naa earn, (oar
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$140. and upwards. Foavr orass
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t54 Tretnont St., Boston. 596 Broadway, Wow York.
MISS SAWYER'S SALVE
'11 KRE yon have a salve combining soothing and
XX healing properties, with no dangerous ingred
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From Mrs. ELIZABETH COOMBS, Brunswick.'
Brunswick, April 4, 1867.
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