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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
It is stated that the victors in the recent
peculation in Northwestern stock realize
from five to seven millions of dollars. Al
the losers have settled except Henry K.
Smith, who seeks to escape his losses by de
livering Northwestern "preferred," instead
Hskacb Gbklst's life was insured for
$100,000 for the benefit of the Tribune Asse
ciation..Miss Lina Edwin's Theater, in
New York, has been burned. Loss, $100,000.
Twbhty-hihb persons are supposed to have
fallen under the ruins of the Boston fire, only
nine of whom have thus far been recovered.
Jay Gould and Henry N. Smith have
satisfactorily arranged their differences in
Northwestern stock. Every contract has
been met, there is not a single failure, and
Wall street is as quiet as usual In the
second trial of the celebrated Jnmel will
case, just commenced ia New York, in
view of the enormous- interests involved, a
" struck" jury has been ordered, consisting
of a panel of 48 prominent citizens, includ
ing merchants, bankers and publishers.
Tan wills of Mr. and Mrs. Greeley leavo all
their property to their two daughters
Woodhull and Claflin have been released on
Cukmiikis' dua!ine manufactory, at Mil
waukee, exploded recently, killing four per
sons and badly wounding a fifth Mrs
Priestly, of Des Moines, Iowa, has-recovered
$2,500 from a saloon-keeper for selling liquor
to her husband Two of the boilers of the
new Snringneld (III.) rolling mills exploded
the other day, killing two persons Over
35,000 hogs were received at the Chicago
stock yards in one day, last week.
' Tn steamer Souvenir went ashore at Lud
ington, Mich., in the recent severe gale, and
every member of the crew nerished
Measures are being taken in San Francisco
to bring the authors of the diamond hoax
to justice The recent visitation of the
cold weather has had the effect of virtually
clcting navigation on the Western lakes.
Tax celebrated Stanton ruby, claimed to be
worth $200,000, which created such an ex
citement in San Francisco and the far Wst,
was tested the ether day, at St. Louis, and
found to be a soft garnet, worth $100
White men will be banished from the terri
tory of the Cherokee Nation, if the bill to
that effect, which has been passed by the
Cherokee National Council, receives the sig
nature of their Chief.
It is announced that the Comptroller of
the Currency will hereafter entertain no ap
plication for the organization of new nation
al banks, all of the currency authorized by
Congress having beei absorbed by those
Thz following are the estimates for the
fiscal year 1873 and '74:
It is very generally agreed among mem
bers of Congress that there will be an investi
gation into the Credit Mobilier scandal.
Tn following is the public debt statement
for the month of November :
Six per eent. bonds.....l,3i5.134 950
Five per eent. bonds .. 41467,300
Lawful money debt....$ 18.708 000
Matured debt. 4 210.440
Legal tender notes -. S58.135.643
Certificates of deposit.-- 2t 465.000
Fractional currency 43,726.689
(Join certificates. 2U.Z76.90O
Cash in Treasury, coin.. 68,603,640
Cash in Treasury, cur
Special deposit held for
redemption of certi
ficates of deposit, as
provided by law 24.465.000
Debt less eaah in Treas
ury Decrease during month.
Bonds issued to Pacific
Railroad Company .in
terest payable in law
ful money, principal ,
Interest accrued and not
yet paid.- ..
Interest paid by United
Interest repaid by trans
portation of mails
Balance of interest paid
by the United States
Tarsus and his friends have won a needed
victory in the French National Assembly,
By a majority of 24 in a vote of 704, they
- . nave carried the resolution to refer to a com
mittee of 30 the drafting of a law establish
ing ministerial responsibility, in the debate
which preceded this vote President Thiers
. apoxe lor an nocr and a nail, acknowledging
the supremacy of the Assembly, and his own
individual preference for a constitutional
monarchy, but asserting that the only salva
tion of France lay in the malntenace of the
Kepublic, which must be made conservative.
......One farthing is the amount of damages
awarded to Hepworth Dixon in his suit for
libel against the Jrall mall (Gazette.
Tasj latest advices from Paris represent
the situation as exceedingly grave. All the
ministers have tendered their resignations,
but Thiers accepted only that of Lefranc.
Minister of the Interior The Emperor of
- brermany has executed his threat to recon
struct the upper house of the Diet in such a
manner as to ensure the passage of the county
reform bill, by creating new peers to the
number or twenty-nve.
Joan Marsfibld, now living in Paris, lost
$37,800 by the failure of Bowles Brothers...
We are advised from Paris that the deter-
initiation of Thiers not to resign has had a
quieting influence on the country, and tbat
everything is now tranquil.
The storm which ravaged' the coast of
Northern Europe last month is said to have
been the most severe in the last two hundred
years...... London was frightened but a short
. time ago by a formidable strike among its
policemen. Now comes the news that it hss
been plunged into darkness by the striking
of several thousand stokers employed by the
gas companies. The dispatch states that all
the theaters were closed, and candles were
regarded as luxuries, that the inhabitants
were filled with consternation and dread,
and that the irration against the stokers was
A oolobbd delegation from Pennsylvania
t called on Presidont Grant the other day, and
.; made a formal appeal to him to "raise his
all-powerful arm in behalf of the extension
to the colored people of this country of more
civil and equal rights," from which they de
clare they are debarred, especially in "the
nation's highways." The President replied
substantially as follows :
" Gkhtlkhbs : In your desire to obtain all
the rights of citizens, I fully sympathize.
That you should have all tbat other citizens
have I know, and I wish that every voter of
. the United States should stand in all respects
alike. It must come. A ticketon a railroad
or other conveyance should entitle you to all
that it does other men. I wish it to be so.
I think, gentlemen, that your very earnest
recommendation, however, belongs more
properly to the next administration. All
citizens, undoubtedly, in all respects, should
be equal. Gentlemen, I thank you for the
compliment you have paid me."
Edwards Pierre pont, Charles Francis
Adam? and George William Curtis are prom-,
inently mentioned by the Washington gos
sips in connection with the portfolio of the
State Department Hon. O. P. Morton has
been re-elected to the United States Senate
from Indiana, he having received the vote
of every Republican member. 54 in number.
The Democrats voted for Hon. James D.
Williams, who received 41 votes Official
vote of Missouri: Greeley, 151,423; Grant,
119,196; O'Concr. 2.429 The official re
turns from New York make Grant's majority
53,525 Grant's majority in New Jersey is
14,501, in a total vote of 171,025 The cor
rected canvass in Iewa makes Grant's ma
jority over Greeley 60,114 It seems to be
finally settled that Gov. Oglesby will suc
ceed, without any opposition further than
what may be interposed by the Democracy,
to Judge Trumbull's seat in the Senate from
Illinois Hon. Roscoe Conkling will be
re-elected to the Senate from New York al
most without opposition.
It is said John A. Bingham, of Ohio, will
be appointed Minister to Borne Grant's
official majority overGrtely in Michigan is
58,368 Official vote of Alabama : Grant,
90,272 ; Greeley, 79,441 ; O'Conor, none
The official majority for Grant and Wilson
in California is 13,660 Senator Sumner
and Vice President-elect Wilson met in the
office of the Now York Tribune the other
day, and had a friendly chat, during which
the former entertained his colleague with an
account of his travels and the impressions
received from men and matters abroad. The
meeting was very cordiil and politics were
entirely Ignored during the interview.
The President, according to all accounts from
Washington, stands firm, and openly de
clares his purpose to enforce reform in the
civil service by the promotion, in every in
stance of a vacancy, of the subordinate who
is the most competent to discharge the du
ties of the position Charles Francis
Adams, as the candidate of the Anti-Secret
8ociety party, received one vote for Presi
dent in Indiana The vote of Indiana
(official: Grant, 186,131; Greeley, 163,622.
Illinois cast 20,000 less votes for Presi
dent in 1872 than weie returned in 1868
The Republicans of Berrien county, Mich.,
seizing OldTime by the forelock, have nomi
nated Schuyler Celfax tor President in 1876.
Judos Msrrikak, late Democratic candi
date for Governor of North Carolina, has
been elected United States Senator from that
State in place of Poo'e Senator Spencer
has been ro-elected to the Senate from Ala
bama! It is announced from Washington that, in
the event that Mr. Fish retires from the
State Department, the President has de
termined to offer the portfolio to Mr. Charles
Francis Adams Ward Hunt, the newly
appointed Supreme Judge, is a prominent
lawyer of Utica, N. Y., where he was born
in 1810, and where his whole life has been
Sehator Scmher, who. arrived in the
steamer Baltic last week, had an uncomfort
ably rough voyage, having encountered a
terrific gale on the fourth day, which con
tinued without intermission for six days.
The commander of the vessel declares it the
roughest passage he ever made across the
Atlantic Prof. Watson, of Ann Arbor,
Mich., reports the discovery of a new planet,
which he says shines like a star of the tenth
Tas billiard match for the championship
of America, played at New York, between
Cyrille Dion and John Deery, resulted in a
victory for the former. Score : Dion, 1,502 ;
&e!Catob Buhner says Thiers is the "right
man in the right place." The money
order business of the Poatoffiee Department,
during the year ending June 30, 1872, ex
ceeded $98,000,000. Of this vast sum, sent
in small re pittances, averaging about $20,
not a cent was lost.
Justice Nelson, of the United States Su
preme Court, having resigned, the President
has named Ward Hunt, of New York, as his
Conobess reassembled on Mon day, Doc. 2,
in tbe old formal way. The Bsnat9 thowed a good
many absentees, while the House bad barely a
quorum, nearly a hundred being absent. Among
those wno were pre'enc we greetings were very cor
dial Mr. Soniner was welcomt-d bv evervbodr.
Cenkllng and 8churB shook hands and joked over
events since last they met. Morton. Sumner and
Fenton held a triangular confab long betore the Sen
ate came to order, and thebeBt of feeling pievailedon
In the Senate. Mr. Sumner introduced a resolution
to strike from the United States flags and tbe arm,
register all record of battles fought with oar fellow-
citixeos Mr. Wilson irtroduced a bill for the
bent-fltof the sufferers by the Boston fire After the
reading of the message and reports of the depart,
ments, the Senate adjourned.
In tbe House, Mr. Banks offered his resignation as
Chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, but
that body, by a vote of 76 to 59, refused to ac
cept it......Mr. Blaine (Mr. Cox in the chair) ottered a
resolution providing lor a commutes to investigate
trie ureavc aioDiner scanaai, wnicn was aaopteo.
Messrs. Poland. Banks. Beck. Nibla' k and MoOrarv
were appointed en the coinniittee....Mr.Dawes offered
the following resolution, which wos nnanimonselv
.1nnted : Resolved, bv the Senate and House of
Repreteutatives, That in view of the recent death of
Horace ureeiey, ior wnom at loe late election d.uuu.uuu
votes were cast for President, that a record be made
on the journals of Congress oi aonreciation for the
eminent err .-ices and personal purity and worth of
tne aeceasea. ana oi tne saa impression createa Dy
his death, following a keen famil. bereavement."
The Indian and Pension Aooronriation bills were re-
poriel. The amount appropriated under the former
was $.1,3: 6, i65, while the Pension bill appropriates
$3U.480.ooo....Bills were introdnced and referred for the
relief of suffer ers by the Boston fire, and for the reduc
tion or tneomcers ana expenses ot tne internal Kev-
enue liepartmi nt, alter wnicn tne - House adjourned.
Tuesday, Deo. S Senate. The Senate ad
journed immediately after the reading of the jour
House. Bills were introdnced to repeal the stamp
tax on bsnk checks and notes : for the relief of th.
State of Tennessee; authorizing the construction of
tea steam vessels ot war. ana appropriating x3,loo,ooo
therefor. The latter bill, which was introdnced by
Mr. Scofield, of PennBylvauia,gave rise to a long dis
Wednesday, Dec. 4. Senate The Senate
adjourned immediately after the reading of the jour
House. The following bills were introduced: By
Mr. Donen To nrovide for the speedy construction
of a ship canal of large capacity around the Falls of
.Niagara, on tne American siae. isy mr. Arcner to
ameno tne act oi zbn may, iez, tor tne aDatement
and repayment of taxes on distilled spiiits in bond,
destroyed by casualty. By Mr. Kerr To authorize
the construction of a bridge across the Ohio river, be
tween New Albany and Louisvtlle......The considera
tion of the bill providing for tbe construction of ten
sloops of war was resumed, and the discussion was
ooniinnea until cue expiration oi i&e miming nonr,
i.l. ,uo ,111 nv... u. u, ...... 41. uuum m . . . ,.,
went into Committee of the Whole, and distributed
the President's annual message anion? aopronriate
committees. Tbe question of referring the subject of
f ostal xeiegrapny provokea cnsiaeraDie oiscusslon,
btt it wis finally agreed to commit tbe matter to the
Appropriation Committee......The Centennial Celebra
tion was referred to s select committee of nine, after
which the House adjourned.
The Government Printing Office.
The report of the Congressional Print
er contains much interesting matter in
regard to the Government printing.
The entire cost of the office for the year
was $l,sU2. S16, wnicn is largely in exeess
of any previous year for the past ten, ex
cept the year 1865, which was $2,227,-
099. Of all executive and miscellane
ous documents and reports, there are
printed the usual number, 1,625 copies
ior the benate and 1,650 tor the House,
and also 825 copies of bills and resolu
tions for the Senate and House each.
The aggregate cost of the paper used in
the office for the year was $498,989. The
amount paid for lithographing and en
graving for Congressional documents
was $42 257, and the cost of maps for
the supreme Court was f l.&U. The
public binding alone cost $541,663. As
previously stated, the orders made by
Congress and executed in the Govern
ment office for Congressional printing
and binding, during the past year, end
ing Sept. 30, amount to $893,189.97.
The year preceding was $t7y,siy tor the
same class of wark. This shows an in
crease during the last year over its pre
decessor within a fraction of 25 per cent.
The office has ' completed during the
past year 119,284 pages of documentary
composition, and 7,869, volumes of that
class of work, many of which exceed
1.000 pages each, on the subject of Pat
ent Office reports, which, with their
costly engravings, were so expensive a
publication and so lightly regarded by
the public. The printing office build
ing, owing to the immense increase of
work, is i'ounl to be top small for the
purpose, notwithstanding that a wing
costing 40,000 was finished a year ago.
Mr. Ciapp asks for an appropriation to
erect another wing, which, he says, is
urgently demanded. The printing for
the House of Represen tales amounted
to $205,909 ; and for the Senate, $125,
645. The following shows the cost of
printing for each department : State
Department, $24,106 ; Treasury Depart
ment, $322,861 ; Interior Department,
$225,798; War Department, $142,406;
Navy Department, $88,001 ; Judiciary
Department, $42,742 ; Postoffice Depart
ment, $167,366; Department of Agri
culture, $21,790 ; office of Congressional
Printer, $1,503; total, $1,036,307.
Charging the Government for the ma
terials, the machinery, the labor, and
everything used in the prosecution of
the business, it appears that the earn
ings of the office for the year were $2,
367,946, while the expenses of the office
were $2,134,771. There are over 1.000
employes, male and female.
Report of the Commissioner of Internal
Hevenne Total Receipts from all Sources
for th Year, $131,770,946-Whisky Tax,
949,475,370 Receipts from Tobacco,
The report of the Commissioner of
Internal Revenue states that the aggre
gate receipts from all sources, exclusive
of the duty on the cap'tal, circulation
andjdeposits of National Banks were for
tbe 'following fiscal years ending June
1872 131 770 946
These amounts include sums refunded
and allowed on drawbacks. The decreae
in the aggregate receipts for the last two
years is due to the legislation approved
Julv 14. 187U. wnicn reduced tne rev
enue to the estimated amount of $55,
000,000 per annum, but which did not
go into full operation before the close of
tne fiscal year loll, ine receipts lrom
spirits show an increase over the last
year of $3,992,046. The total is given
The number of grain distilleries regis
tered tne last year was oil : fruit dis
tilleries, 338 ; making a grand total of
3,649. The returns to this omce tor the
last fiscal year show a total production
in taxable gallons from materials other
than fruit, of 68,275,745; from fruit,
757,788 ; total yearly production, 69,
By the act of June 6, 1872, the act of
July 13, 186b, so lar as it relates to fer
mented liquors, was re-enacted with
some amendments made at the solicita
tion of the principal brewers of the
United States, designed to afford brew
ers better facilities than heretofore for
the conduct of their business under the
Internal Revenue laws. These conces
sions do not appear to nave been ot a
character to endanger the public inter
ests, as the following statement will
snow : Tne tax received on ferment
ed liquors, at $1 per barrel, during the
hrst quarter ot tne bscal year ending
June 30, 1S72, was $2,217,191, while the
receipts from the same source during
the first three months of the present
fiscal year amount to $2,684,241 an in
crease of $466,949. The average increase
of about a million dollars annually dur-
me tbe last three nscal years, as contrast
ed with the stationa. y character of the
receipts during the tour years next pre
ceding, is certainly gratifying, but the
increase during tne Drat tbree months
of the present fiscal year, as above
stated, far exceeds that of any corre
sponding period in any other year since
A the organization of this office. The tax
received on tormented liquors at $1 per
barrel was ior the vears.
1SCT . J-1.819.3t5
186' ... .... 5.685.663
I" , , 5.S6fi.4.l
187IL , . 6,0ol,520
1872.--! 11! 8,'ou9969
The nurjuber ot persons engaged in
the manufacture of fermented liquors
durmg the fiscal year ending June 30,
1872, was 3,421, distributed as lollows :
Nebraska ... 23
New Hampshire..... S
New Jersey....... 53
New Mexico 8
New York . 479
North Carolina...- 1
Oregon.. - 31
I ' linois
K aunafl. ..
ta iohigan .....-...
w asblnson .....
w lsconsin .
receipts from tobacco for
the fiscal year ending June 20, 1872,
were $33,736,170, showing an increase
over the previous year ot $157,Z6d. 1 he
Commissioner says that, so far as he is
able to judge, the law providing for a
uniform rate ot tax on all manufactured
tobacco, whether chewing or smoking,
is operating very satisfactorily. There
is now no reason why revenue officers
should examine into the modes of man
ufacturing tobacco employed by any
one, or lor opening or examining any
package, to ascertain the character of
its contents. If the package is a legal
one, and has upon it a proper revenue
st mp, denoting the payment or the
tax, with such additional marks, and
brands, and labels as the law prescribes,
no officer is authorized to examine it
Owing to the disturbing causes which
have affected the trade for some months
past, it is now too early to predict with
entire certainty what will be the actual
result of the present uniform tax on the
amount of revenue to be collected. He
ha3 reason to believe that, with the ad
ditional safeguards provided by the new
law against the sale of manufactured to
bacco in fraud of the revenue, and with
the taxes imposed upon the sale at re
tail of raw or leaf tobacco for consump
tion without its being subjected to any
process of manufacture, collections from
tobacco, under the uniform rate ot
twenty cents a pound (which is a reduc
tion or more than six cents a pound
from the average rate for the last two
fiscal years), will reach nearly, if not
quite, the sums realized for either of the
same .years, in making this estimate
I am relying upon making collections
of from 8,000,000 to 10,000,000 of
pounds more of manufactured tobacco
in consequence of the restrictians
which the act of June 6, 1872, has placed
upon the sale for consumption of raw or
The following Western patents were
issued from the United States Patent
Office for the week ending November 5,
1872, as reported by Gridley & Warner,
Patent Attorneys, No. 135 Suth Clark
street, Chicago, 111. :
Draft eaualizer for waitons Lorens Kendlle
and others, Rochelle.
Windmill George C. Morgan, Chicago, and
John U. Morgan, Ashkum.
Steam vacuum pumD George H. Ney, Mon
mouth. Fiy catcher John Olson, Chicago.
Steam pump James V. Pangburn, Galesbarg.
Blind hinge Daniel bull. Atuboy.
Barrel head William W. Crooker, Waukegan
Corn planter William J. Wallinssford. Port
Corn planter Alden Barnes. Bloomington.
VV rench Pierre L. Gibbs, Chicago.
Bnnchine and Dressino- tobacco Daniel Harris.
Bridge Hamlin G. Russell. Lincoln.
Oil can C. Stoe&siger. Chicago.
Plow David M. Allen. Jeffersonville.
Bolt for freight care, etc. Charles . Shannon,
Churn dasher Alice W. McClnre, Richmond.
Corn planter Andrew Jackson Noe, Mitchell.
Vice Joseph Ridge, Richmond.
Vire kindler Warren II- Thomas, Goshen.
Device for lasting and nailing boots and Shoes
Lyman R. Blake, Fort Wayne.
Gate James Curry, Sonth Bend.
Gang Plow Joseph Lane. Eugene.
Axle for vehicles William Purcell. Princeton.
Machine for making splints J acob D. Shelton,
Wind wheel James J. MeDill, Deg Moines.
Washing machine William II. Derosear.
Earth auger Thomas C. Hams. Dresden Deep
Nut and bolt fastening Albert C. Smith, Fort
Spring bed bottom Royal W. Mclntyre, Ore
gon, Track sprinkler for horse powers Whitman
Feather renovator Charles Kindall, Beloit.
Harrow Levi I. Wilson, Denmark.
Thb number of booksellers in Framce
and her dependencies is re.uined at
5,674,. that of printing offices at 1,339,
and that of lithograph establishments at
1,624. About one-fifth of the first-class,
one-eighth of the second, and one-fourth
of the third are at Paris. There are
2,303 periodicals, of which 843 are in
Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Who of
our readers has not suffered from tho
ills and varied forms of this hydra
headed tormentor, which originates from
loss of tone in the stomach, or more
particularly in its muscular or fibrous
coating, which becomes pale and feeble.
It would require pages to describe all the
symptoms and various eympathelic af
fections of indigestion, and the torturo
to which the dyspeptic is subjected, but
which may be compressed into one brief
comprehensive sentence : Jrou jeel sick,
depressed, cud unfit for the duties of life.
Nevertheless, there is nothing more cer
tain than that dyspepsia in all its phases
can be thorougly eradicated.
There is but one way to cure indiges
tion, viz. : by toning and strengthening
the stomach and general system, gently
relaxing the bowels if constipated, and
regulating the liver if disordered. A
remedy for this human peace-destryoer
is California Vinegar Bittbrs, which
have the raie merit of containing no
alcohol, the virtues of the medicinal
California Plants, which constitute their
healing and curing agencies, being ex
tracted by a new chemical process. The
popular verdict is that they are the most
perfect article for the stomach, and are to
be taken as circumstances may require,
with the fullest confidence, and that by
their means can the return of this dis
tressing malady be prevented. We are
satisfied this remedy is of great value.
Houston, has been defeated for State
Capital of Texas. The vote stands, so
tar as heard from, for Austin, 32,576;
Houston, 19,785; Waco, 6,034.
Millions of pairs of shoes, tipped
with metal, are sold every year, ior chil
dren's shoes they are absolutely indispensa
ble, unless one can afford the waste of buying
two pairs, wnen only one would do needed :
and few can safely submit to such a constant
leak. With most people it is the little econ
omies ot tne Household that supply its mem
bers with comfort, and at tne same time make
tne loaa oi the latner or moderate means a
lighter one to bear. Cents invested in the
purcnase or metai-tippoa snoes save many a
hard-earned dollar. American Workman.
Oor Boys, for December, is enlarged
to Bixteen paces and sixty-four columns, mak
ing it one of the largest and most wide-awake
journals ior tne youth in America. It con
tains two grand serials, ' Sturdy and Steady,"
and " Lance and Lasso," with fifteen com
plete sketches, poetry, games, head-work,
editorials, etc. . Tttustrated. Edited bv
Charles Dlebx. $1 a year. Twenty-five
cents allowed on small clubs. Bend stamp
tor specimen to uroys,c;nicago. "
Cable Screw Wire Boots and Shoes.
A wjrd of explanation may not be out of
place, xne caoie wire acts as a szrew, is
strsne and firm, and at the same time is elas
tic and comfortable. It is much preferable to
the old method of pegging, and quite as soft
and elastics as sewed work, but much stronger
and less liable to rip, ana mucn less expensive.
We have tried the cable screw shoe, which has
proved all that is claimed for it. The increase
in this new method of manufacturing boots
and shoes is very rapid, and promises to
supersede the wood peg and waxed thread.
The Standard, Chicago.
There is to be a Methodist Episcopal
church in Philadelphia in which the
prayer-book proposed by John Wesley
is to be used after the manner of the
Winter is now fairly upon us, and the
teams are hastening to the lumber woods in
various parts of tbe country. Our advice to
every man who goes to tbe woods, be he cap
tain, cook, teamster, or any ether man, is to
take alone a good stock of Johnson's Anodyne
Liniment and Parsons' Purgative Pills. Many
monthB of labor (in the aggregate) may be
saved Dy this precaution. iom.
Dooley's Yeast Powder is the cheat
ect, nut not lowest priced, iSaRiBcr rowaer.
Elegant Biscuits, Bolls, etc., prepared in afew
Wide Awake Youth's Paper. For
judicious edit ine. select and popular
contributors, and sprightly, entertaining read
ing, the 1 ouui s companion, ot .Boston, has no
superior among be youths' publications
Bad enough to look and feel bad your
self; but no excuse for having your horse look
and feel badly, when for a small sum you can
buy Sheridan's Cavalry Condition Powders,
which, given in grains two or tbree times a
week, will make him look and feel well. Com
Bubal Beauties and City Belles. Coun
try gi Is ar uot a whit t ebiad. their metropolitan
Bisters in the natural elements of loyelineBs.bat it
most bf- conceited that the city belles b st uuderstand
the trt ofprest-rviug sad heightening their pnrtoDsl
bran y. The most perfect features loie half thiir at
traction unless the comrlexion Is properly cared for.
abd il the pretty utrls of the rural districts wish to
compete with the Kafrstars" of tbe fashionable
world in refined attrac ions, thev must pay due atten
tion to this important p int. Theyouiht to know,
for the fact ii uotorious, that IIaqan's Magnolia
Balm imparts to the skin a delicate pearly appear
ance unproducib e by an other preparation under
the sun. No matter how the cuticle may have been
roughened by exposure or discolored by tho sun, the
halm will render II soft and nli&hlA and remove
every blemish. Com.
Da. Javnr's Expectorant is both a nalliativa
and curative in all Lang Complaints. Bronchitis,
&e It is a standard remedy for Coughs and
Colds, and needs only a trial t prove its worth.
A medicine tbat has done more than all the prescrip
tions of the pnarmacopoeia to protect the human sys
tem against the bodily ills superinduced by unhealthy
surroundings is certainly worthy of universal confi
dence. It is mainly on account of its extraordinary
preventive properties tbat Hostettcr's Stomach Bit
ters is so exceedingly popular in localities subject to
the visitation of miasmatic fevers and other diseases
produced by empoisoned air. A family that has es
caped sickness during a sickly season in consequence
of using the Bitters as a safeguard is a living adver
tisement of the virtues of the preparation. The
whole neighborhood realize the fact. " I couldn't
have believed it," says one. " I icarcely credited the
advertisements ; but one must believe what one sees,'
says another. It is the very thing we need in this
unwholesome section of country." remarks a third.
And the result is that the instinct of self defense, the
first law of nature. Induces three-fourths of that com
munity to 6btain a supply of the great vegetable an
tidote before the next sickly season sets in. In win
ter, when tbe system requires extra vigor and elas
ticity to enable it to baffle tbe effects ot damp and
cold, the Bitters will be found particularly service
able. Bheumatism will not be apt to fasten upon
muscles and nerves that have been braced up by this
excellent invigorant and nervine; nor will the severi
ties of the s3sn, which have such a disastrous effect
on the pulmonary organs of tbe feeble and delicate.
be likely to exercise the same untoward influence iu
cases where the stomach and the external surface of
the body (which always sympathizes with the diges
tive organs) hare been toned and stimulated by a
course of the restorative. Thefltsof indigestion and
irregularities of the bowels which proceed from sud
den changes of weather may always be averted by a
timely use of tbe Bitters.
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Herring's Safes Again Triumphant.
A telegram says : ' Arother Herring's safe
rescued from the Boston ruins. Everything
saved. Nothing lost in Herring s safes in this
fire." Such facts need no comment. Herring
& Co.'s office is at 46 State St., Chicago.
For Dvspepsia. Indigestion, depres
sion of spirits, and general debility in their
various forms ; also, as a preventive against
fever and ague, and other intermittent levers,
the "Ferro-Phospborated Elixir of Calisaya,"
made by Caswell, Hazard A Co., New York,
and sold by all druggists, is the best tonic,
and as a tonic for patients recovering from
fever or other sickness, it has no equal.
Sudden changes in the weather are
productive of Throat Diseases, Coughs and
Colds. There is no more effectual relief to be
found than in the nse of "Brown's Bronchial
IS extended totheieorfsT to place before ths public
a better eonffh or luna remedy than ALLEN'S
VERILY IT HATH NO EQUAL.
Would you cure that distressing cough, and bring
back that healthy vigor till lately planted in your
cheek? If yen would, do not delay; for, ere you are
aware, it will be too late.
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM
Is your bope. It has been tried by thousands such as
you. who have been cured; many, in their sratitude,
nave lent their names to us. that suffering humanity
can read their evidence and believe. Don't experi
ment with new and untried mixtures you cannot
afford it but try at once this invaluable article. It is
warranted to break up the most troublesome cough
in a few hours, if not of too long standing. It is war
ranted to give entire satisfaction in all cases of lung
and throat difficulties.
UNSOLICITED EVIDENCE OF ITS MERITS.
READ THE FOLLOWING:
WHAT WELL-KNOWN DRUGGISTS SAY ABOUT
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM.
SPRINGFIELD, Tenn., Sept. 11, 1872.
Gentlemen : us dozen sam
at once. We have not a bottle left in our store.
It has more reputation than any cough medicine we
have ever sold, and we have been in the drug busi
ness twenty seven years; we mean just what we say
about the Balsam.
HURT & TANNER.
AGAIN BEAD THE EVIDENCE from a Drusgist
who was cured by use of the Balsam, and now sells it
L. C. Cottrell. Druggist at Marine City, Michigan,
writes, 8ept. 12, 1872: " 1 am out of Allen's Lung Bal
sam ; send me half a gross as soon as you can ; 1 weuld
rather be out of any other medicine in my store. The
Lung Balsam never fails to do good for those afflicted
with a cough."
It is harmless to the most delicate child.
It contains no opium in any form.
It is sold by Medicine-dealers generally;
Be not deceived. Call for ALLEN'S LUNG BAL
SAM, and take no other.
ItBU Directions accompany each bottle.
- J. N. HABBIS A CO Cincinnati. 0.,
tCW Sold by all Medicine-Dealers.
Veoetine is now acknowledged by onr best
physicians to be tbe only sure and safe remedy
for all diseases arising from impure blocd, such
as scrofula and scrofulous humors.
Beeves Prime 13 S
Common 10 (S
Hooa Dressed 6it
Cotton Middling Upland. . . . 193 (S
Floub Extra Western 6 90 7 05
Wheat No. 2 Chicago 1 50 S 1 61
Corn Mixed Western 62 61
Oats Western 51 63
Bye Western H
Barley State S
Pobk Mesa '. 16 00 S
Good 6 25 5 75
Medium Grades 4 25 5 5 00
Stock Cattle Common 3 00 4 25
Inferior 2 04 2 50
Hoos Live 3 90 4 80
Butteb Choice 26 28
Eogs Freeh 26 27
Floub White Winter Extra. 6 00 8 60
Spring Extra 6 50 & 6 60
Wheat No. 1 Spring... 1 17 1 17
No. 2 Spring 1 09 (S 1 093i
Cobn No. 2 32 82J?
OATS NO. 2 Z4 a 24S
Bys; No. 2 66J(S 67
Babley No. 2 60 61
Fobs Old Mess 14 60 (&14 75
New MesB 12 3712 60
Labd 7(S) 7
Floub XX 6 00 S C 60
Wheat No. 2 Spring 1 17
Cokn No. 2 Mixed. 32 33
Oats 24 25
Bye 68 CO
Pobk Mess 13 00
Labd 7B' 114
Cattle o oo (ai o uu
3 75 4 00
Wheat 1 62 1 67
(John 89 43
Oats 27 33
Bye 68 8 70
Pobk Mess ..12 60
Labd 7 7
rloos 3 IV (s a oo
Floub Spring Extra . .
Wheat No. 1 1 18 S
No. 2 1 15 S ..
Cobn No. 2 38 p .
Oats No. 2 S)
Bye No. 1 60
Wheat No. 1 Bed 168 G ..
No. 2Bed 1 45 ..
Cobn 46 S
Wheat No. 1 White Michigan 1 61 (S
Amber Michigan. . . . 1 46V(a
Cobn -High Mixed 86 S7J
LOW do H7 (g
Oats 28 29
TH E A-NECTAR
IS A PUBB
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Pacific Tea Co.. No. 191 Fulton
St.. and 2 and 4 Church St., New
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The advertiser, bar In? been permanently cored I
tbat dred disease, Coannmptfoo, by simple remedy
Is r:ixicmd t make known to bis fellow-sufferers the
meat-. of cure. T all who dessire it, he will seud a
cosy of the prescription ued (free of charge), with
the directions ftr preparing and nsinit the same,
which they will find a sua Cure por Consumption.
Asthma, UaoNCuiTis, and all Throat or Lung diili
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1823. JUBSLEE ! 1873.
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LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP FOh
This valuable preparation has been used wltt
nIvkbfailino success in thousands ot
.... . . LIU 1 .. tn.f
It not only relieves cmiu irvw F,u. -
orates the stomach and l.owels. corrects acidity, and
' . A An.r tn the whole svstem. It wiJ'
Lalao instantly relieve
Grip-Ins la (he DovreI and wias l one.
Ws believe it Is the PK3T and SUREST BEM1CD1
INTD Tb W ' ObVd in all cases of DTSKNTK RY A HI
DIABKHEA IN CHILDREN, whether arising iron
teething or any other cause. .... . .
Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to your
Relief end Health te Your Infanta.
Be sure and call for
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Having the fac-siralleof - CUBTIS PKBKIN8
on the outside wrapper. . ,
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Write for Laree Illustrated Descriptive Price List to
Donblo. Slncle. Xuzzle and Breech- Lsridina; Bifles,
. i . . -. TiatnlH -t- or every Kloa.
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$300; Pistols. $1 to 825.
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n picture of future husband or wire, wltn name,
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ture. Written destiny and postoJBce adHrss, so you
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Kentucky State Lottery
Legalized by an act of the Legislature.
The most liberal Lottery ever drawn. Only
7,140 Tickets ana 3,080 Prizes i
To be drawn Die 28th. 1872, in Covington, Ky.
One Capital Prize of - - $25,000
1 Prize of 8 OnO I 1 3 Prizes of 82.10
X do. - 2,1 SO I : do. 6
3 do 1,900 420 do. !i
a do. 5OO2,410 do. a
3,OSO Prizes,' amonntina to .64,260
Tickets, $12. Halves. (6. . Quarters, f 3.
t&- Onr Lotterlt-s are chartered by tbe State, and
drawn at the time named, under the supervision cf
49 The drawings will be published In the New
Tork. Chicago and Louisville papers.
A9 We will draw a similar scheme the last Satnr
dsy of every month during tt,e years 1872 aad 1873.
BT Bemit at our risk by Postoffice Honey Order,
Begistered Letter, Draft or Express.
iQ- Send for a circular.
SMITH, SIM HONS A CO..
Do 8!T, Covington. Ky.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY I
Legalized by State Authority, and
Drawn in Public in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Class M, to be Drawn Dec 31, 1872.
- ff,SSO Prizes amountln te 30O,OOO.
1 prize of. 1 50.000
1 prize of. ISAM
1 prize ef. . lo.oog
I prize ef. 7..VKI
4 prizes of.. V"-"
4 prizes of.. z.Ao
20 prizes of. 1,000
?0 prizes of. soft
40 prizes ol 250
900 prizes of... ..$100
9 prizes of. imo
9 nrizes or. Bio
9 prizes 01....... 3110
9 prizes of.. 2.VI
36 prizes ot......... 200
36 prizes of. ISO
ISO prizes of........... II
6000 pr zos or.-.. 10
Tickets, $10. Half Tickets, $5. Qrs.,$2.50.
srOnr lotteries are chartered bv the State, are al
ways drawn at the time nam d, and all drawings are
under the supervision of sworn commissions 'S.
49-Tbe official drawing will be published in tho
Bt. Liouis papers, ano a copy ot israwiag sent io pur-
rh,a,ra nf ticket
air W e will draw a similar "cheme the last day of
every month during the year 1872
SOT Bemit at our risk, by POSTOFFICB MONEY
ORDERS, KtUlSTitKKl) LtlltK, DUArT.orKA..
PRESS. Send for a circular.
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Postoffios Box 2446. St. Louis. Mo.
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Ii. D. SISE'S NINETEENTH
GMD AH DISTRIBUTION
Ta be Draws Wednesday, Jan. lsr, 1S7 3.
IN VALUABLE CIFTS!
10,000 IN AMERICAN GOLD !
10,000 IN AMERICAN SILVER I
Fire Prizes $1,0005 f
Ten Frizes 5003 1
One (man of Matched Horses, with Familw- Cmrriuim
and Silver-mounted ilttrnoas, worth $1,500! Fi.e
Hortes and Buggies, wito ttiirer-xnoanted tJfirnM,
worth Jfifln each I JTive fine-toned Boaowood Plane a,
worth SOO each! Twenty five FAmii 8win-? Machine-,
worth SiuU ach I 2 300 Gold and Silver Lever
Hunting Watches (in all) worth from $2?) to $300 each.
Gold Chains, Silver-ware. Jewelry, etc., etc.
Number Gifts. 25.ft0. TicKeta limiced to lO'.OOO.
Agent wanted to sell Ticket, to whom Liberal Pre
miums will be paid.
Single Ticket-, S'J Six Tickets. 9(10 f Twolve
TcXets. S'ZO : Twenty-five Tickets. 9 4.
(Krrn)ari rHitiliiinff a full list of BrizM. a (truertiw
Won of the manner of drawing, and other Information
in reference to the Distribution, will bo sent to ay
one ordering them. All letters must be addressed to
main orriOB, Isv. D SINE, Box 86,
DR. WHITTIER, 13.BS!?B!SSr
Loosest ens-aged, and most snccessfnl physician ot
theatre. Consultation or DamDhlet free. Gall or write.
Just published for the benefit of young men wbotuffer
lrom Nervousness, tieoiuty. c, a treatise 01 30 pages
for 2 stamps; a book 260 pagss, illustrated, for 90 cents
No Person can take Iliese Bttters accord
ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
their bones are pot dustwiyed bf mineral poison or other
mean', and tbe Vital organs wasted beyond Jhe point
of repair. - - v - - - ' . - ' .
Dyapeptfta or Infliccestfon.- Headache, Pain
in the Shoulders, Conjslis Tightness of the Chest, Dis- -ziness.
Sour fcructatieu of the Stomach Bad Taste -in
the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Inflammation of the Lnn-s, Pail, in the regions
of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptoms,
are the offsprings frf Dyspepsia. In these complaints
it lias no equal, and one bottla will prove a Letter guar
antee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement.
Kor Female Complaint, 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
tible. For Iullaiiiiiin.torjr anil Chrome It lien
lint ism and Gout, Bilious, Remittent and Inter- .
mittcnt Fevers, Disease of tho I'.lood, Liver, Kidneys
and liladdcr, these ISil.ers have no equal. Such Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood, .hich is generally
produced bv derangement of the Digestive Organs.
They are l Cientte Pnrgalive as well as
a Tonic, possessing also the peculiar merit of acting
as a iHjwerf'ul agent in relieving Congestion or Inflam
mation of the Liver and Visceral Organs, and in Bilious
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rh.-uin, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Car
bunas Ring-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Err- f
sipelas. Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin, Humors
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature,
are literally dug up and carried out of the system in a
short time bv tne nse of these Bitters.
Crrntelril Thousands proclaim Vikscak Bit
ters the most wonderful Invigorant tbat ever sustained
the sinking svstem.
J WALKER, PropV. R. II. JfcDOSALD fc CO.,
Druggists and Gen. Agts., San Francisco and New York.
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JHEJREAT BL000 PURIFIER.
YEGETINK is made exclusively from the Juices of
carefully selected barks, roots and herbs, and so
strongly concentrated tbat it wil 1 effectually eradicate
from the system every taint of Scrofula, Scrofu
lous Hnmor, Tumors, Cancer, Cancerous
Humor, Erysipelas, Salt Rheum, Syphilitic
Diseases, Canker, Falntness st the Stomach,
and all diseases that arise from impure blood. Sci
atica, Inflammatory and Chronic Rheuma
tism, Neurals-la, Gout and Spinal Complaints,
can only be effectually cured through the blood.
Tor Ulcers snd Eruptive diseases of the skin,
Postules, i'lmpb,, Blotches, Boils, Tetter,
failed to effect a permanent cure. ' -
Tor Pains In the Bock, Kidney Complaints
Dropsy, Female Weakness, ljeachorrhosa,
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and General DebHIty, VEGETINK acta directly
upon the causes of these complaints. It invigorates and
strengthens the whole system, acts upon the secretive
organs, allays inflammation, cures ulceration, ani
regulates the bowels.
Tor Catarrh, Dyspepsia, Habitual Costive
Bess, Palpitation, of the Heart, Headache,
Piles, Nervousness and Geaeral prostration of
tbe Nervous System, no medicine has ever given
such perfect satisfaction as the VEGKT IN K. It puri
fies tbe blood, cleanses all of the org ins, and possesses '
a controlling power over the Nervous system.
The remarkable cures effected by VEGETINE have
induced many physic a ns and apothecaries whom we
knew to prescribe and use it in tbeir own families.
In fact, VEGETINE Is the best rem dy yet diseov.
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Hild Climate, Fertile Soil,
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by any in the United States.
Chsapsb Fates, more favorable terms given, snd
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W hrnid nrui ornhmiilpr In n. mnfit mitvprinr manner Vrif a
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Wo will pay S1000 for any roacliino that will sow a
stronger, wore utauuiui, or more oiasuc seam man
Jours. It makes the "Elastic Lock Ktitcti." Every
second stitch can be cut. and still he cloth cannot bo
nulled apart without tearing IU We ay Agents from
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.from which twlco that amount can be made Address
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