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NEWS OF THE WEEK.
r. T. Babxcm's loss by the destruction of
bis museum and menagerie, iu New York, iB
upward of $250,000. Among the animals lost
re several of the moet rare in the country,
which it will be difficult if not impossible to
replace, including two giraffes the only ones
in the United States costing $80,000. His
natural history collection is said to have been
the moet valuable in this country. This is the
third time the great American showman has
been burned out the first time in July, 1865,
and again in March, 1868 Cathcart Taylor,
city editor of the Philadelphia Press, has been
convicted of libel.
Susan B. Anthony and thirteen other fe
males who voted at the late election at Roches
ter, N. Y-, have been bound over for trial be
fore the United States District Court
It is now known that seven persons perished
in the fire in Center street. New York, on
Christmas eve The roof of a car-wheel fac-
ory fell in Philadelphia during the recent
snow storm, burying a number of workmen,
of whom three were killed outright and seve
ral others badly maimed During the ser
vices in the Seventh Ward Baptist Church
in Williamsport, Pa., on Christmas, the
floor and ceiling gave way, precipitating
600 people into the basement below. Four
teen persons were killed outright and for
ty more injured, some of them seriously and
probably fatally. ...In a wrestling match at
New York, recently, for $500, between Harry
Grace and Homer Lane, the former was vic
torious, and was declared champion of America.
New York city has decided to issue $5,000,
000 worth of city bonds for the purchase of
land for the Riverside Park In the Stokes
trial at New York, the other day, the accused
testified, in ms own Denail. ne aamittea mat
he shot Fisk, but did not intend to kill him,
and said the shoo tine was in self-defense,
- Fisk having drawm hia pistol first. . . .The peo
ple of New York have been somewhat agitated
of late over what they claim to be evidence of
a concerted plan for the destruction of the
city Dy tne internationalists, many jommun
ists, expelled from Paris, are lurking around,
" and their movements have excited much sus
picion. The recent epidemic of fires they are
unable to account for except on the theory of
incendiarism. i,xtra men nave Deen engagea
bv the fire department, and additional engines
ordered; insurance managers are alarmed, and
a further advance in insurance rates is hinted
at; vigilance committees are talked about; and
there is a probability of a vigorous movement
for the suppression of the International Socie
ties in New York and vicinity The late snow
storm in New York was the heaviest experi
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enced for twenty years.
- State Treasures Mackev has purchased,
for $100,000, a controlling interest in the Pitts
burgh Commercial New York had 45 fires
for the week ending Dec. 28, involving a loss
of $1,157,600 The source of the money that
put the Tew York Tribune back in the hands
of Whitelaw Eeid is Hon. William Walter
Phelps, a recently-elected Administration Con
gressman from New Jersey. He is a warm
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k.nVinr-hnnaA nn Wall rinut
banking-house on Wall street.
Samuel Sinclaib has retired from the posi
tion of publisher of the New York Tribune.
.The stockholders of the JEtna Fire Insur
ance Company, at a meeting last week, unani
mously voted to reduce the capital stock from
a, 000,000 to oou,"uo, ana atterwara votea
to increase to the original amount, and assess
the Btocknolders &Af per cent.
The .highest price of gold in New York in
1872 was 115, and the lowest 108. .". .John
Brown, an old and wealthy banker of Phila
delphia, is dead, aged 85 The buildings of
lxit s willow ware Manufacturing (jompany,
at Hartford, Ct., were recentlv. burned. XiOss.
$75,000.... Susan B. Anthony refuses to seek
release from imprisonment by giving bail, and
has been sent back to jail. Her companions
gave tne Daii asEed, ana are at liberty until
their trial for voting begins at Albany.... In
New York, during 1872, there were 8,445 mar
riages, and ii.sys Dirtns of living cneiaren.
The deaths exceed the births bv nearlv 11.000.
The total death roll is 22,941, being 6,000 in ex
cess oi last year xne new scneme lor tne
Rapid Transit road in New York proposes to
-make the building thereof the province of the
city. The road is expected to cost $20,000,000.
The loss by the burning of Daly's Fifth
Avenue i neater, in JNew lork, on JNew xear s
day, will reach $200,000. For a time the Fifth
Avenue - Hotel, adjoining, was in imminent
danger, and a wild panic seized the guests and
employes, who rushed helter-skelter in every
the firemen the flames were restricted to the
theater building, which was consumed in an
inoreaimy snort time.
- Me. William E. Cbakeb, the veteran editor
of the Milwaukee Wisconsin, made the hearts
and stomachs of the newsboys of that city ex
ceeding glad on Christmas day, by tendering
them a sumptuous dinner at the Newhall
The Chicago, Millington and Western Bail-
way Company, for the purpose of constructing
a railroad from Chicago to Muscatine, Iowa,
has been organized The Louisville, New
Albany and Chicago railroad was recently sold
at auction to George L. Schuyler, of New York,
for $5,000 Twelve persons were recently
Dunea dv a snow-euae at opinio (Jottonwood,
Utah The heirs of John Bostwick, of Mad-
. ison county, BX, have bronght suit in the Su
perior Court, at Chicago, for the recovery of
the ownership of $2,000,000 worth of real
estate in the southern suburbs of that city.
' The St. Louis Democrat publishes a list of
disasters on the Western rivers .during the
year just closed. The pecuniary loss is set
down at $3,225,200. Fifty-eight Uvea were lost
' by explosions, and 365 by falling overboard
Mack MUUgan, of Colorado, is the latest luna
tic wno claims to nave discovered Deroetual
motion Large deposits of coal have been
luswvvnu iu uitj vicinity Ul irugB oouna,
Oregon, near the western terminus of the
Northern Pacific railroad As an aid to the
efforts of those who are working to get Col-
oraao .territory aamittea into tne Union, it has
been proposed to increase its population to an
approximate standard by annexing to it the
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most thickly settled portion of Wyoming Ter-
ntorv. The Wyoming neorile have tAken trrvni. 1
ritory. The Wyoming people have taken great
alarm at this, and are sending to Washington in
dignant protests against sncn dismemberment.
. . . .The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railroad
nas Deen completed totne west line of Kansas.
This company has built 362 miles of road since
March last. In August 60 mileB of track were
laid the largest month's work ever done on
any railroad in this conn try. The entire length
OI tne road, including branches, is 470 miles,
all graded, ironed, and equipped since 1869
.'. . .The Ohio and Mississippi railroad is nego
tiating for the purchase of the Louisville, Kew
aiuau; sou tuwsgu rouruau.
Eletev persons were buried by the recent
snow-slide at little Cottonwood, Utah A
letter from Arizona says that the Lee family,
circus performers, eight persons well known on
' the Pacific coast, were all murdered by Apaches
wniie on meir way to juexico tnrougn Arizona.
and the Burvivor of ten husbands, was burned
to death in hAr nhantv. tiaaj- T.a. Rulln Til a
A fire at Oalesburg, 111., recently, destroyed
. an entire block of buildings, involving a loss of
9100, 000, ...The damage to steamboats and
barges at Cincinnati, by the breaking of the ice
gorge, is estimated at $200,000 Milwaukee
shipped, last year, wheat and flour to the
amount of 17,633,821 bushels. Its manufac
tures are claimed to foot up $20,000,000, of
wiuui iron ana lager Deer are tne largest,
the former yielding $4,000,000; the other, 3.-
om nussoun, nan mm ana xexas rairroaa
has been completed to Dinnison, Texas, the
southern terminus of the line.
FrvK colored women were shot in Memphis
on Christmas day two (fatally) by their hus
bands, and the other two by colored admirers.
Nzr BmrTUKE was recently arrested in St.
Ixmis for alleged complicity in a riot which
occurred in that city twenty years ago .By
the breaking of an ice gorge at Memphis, last
week, a number of steamers and coal barges
were sunk, involving a loss of over a quarter of
a miinon oi aouars.
rey gang of outlawB, was recently killed near
Scumetown, N. C. The only villain of the
band now alive is Steve Lowrey Ten thou
sand Chinamen are at work on the Texas Pa
cific railroad in Upshur county, Texas.
A flatboat, with seven persons on board,
was sunk by the breaking of the ice gorge at
the other dav. AU were lost
The publication of the New Orleans Times has
All, the prisoners confined in the Frankfort,
Kv., jail recentlv escaped by cutting through
the roof Alexandria, Va., had a $100,000
blaze on New Year's eve.
It is said that a scheme is on foot at the
capital to establish a National Bureau of
The President has signed the bill to reduce
the offices and expenses of the Internal Reve
nue Bureau, and the work of putting the new
law into practical operation will be commenced
It is stated that the Government will decide
in favor of Council Bluffs as the terminus of
the Union Pacific railroad It is believed
there is no hope for the admission of Colorado
. state durme the present session of Con-
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cress Tne wasnmgton jxevuuuvun e a
project will soon be brought forward in the
Mouse I or me annexation ui cwm mjuiiugv. . . .
Gen. Francis A. Walker has resigned the Com-
missionership of Indian Affairs.
Judge McArthnr, of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, decides that dogs
are not property, but that at common law they
are simply nnisiances.
It is rumored that Judge Settle, of North
Carolina, will succeed Mr. Creswell aa Postmas
A pamphlet is now in course of preparation,
intended to be laid before members of Con
gress, which reviews the workings of the tele
numVi lines, in the Territories and elsewhere,
constructed by the Government, and which are
worked under Government control. The ani
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project of bringing all the telegraphs of the
mus of the document will tend to sustain tne
country unaer iuu uuutxui ui mo nonvi
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The Secretary of the Treasury has author-
ized the Assistant Treasurer at New York to
buy $1,000,000 in bonds and sell 1,000,000 in
coin each week during the montn or January.
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the District of Columbia, decides that dogs are
not property, but that at common law they are
simply nuisances . . . .It is rumored that Judge
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Rattle, of North Carolina, will succeed Mr.
rh-AxwoIl a Postmaster General. . . . A pamphlet
is now in course of preparation, intended to be
laid before members of Congress, which re
views the workings of the telegrapn lines, in
the Territories and elsewhere, constructed by
the. Government, and which are worked under
Government control, xne animim ui uuo uw
ument will tend to sustain the project of bring
ing all the teleerraohs of the country under the
control of the National Government The
Secretary of the Treasury has authorized the
Assistant Treasurer at New York to buy $1,
000,000 in bondB and sell $1,000000 in coin
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T- "ru-iaifivxl Vn ttTlTlfmTlfwl that SeCTetaTV
Boutwell will retire from the Treasury Depart
ment in February. Assistant Secretary Bich-
.rdnnn. Henrv Clews and Gov. Morean are
nrominent'v mentioned as his successors. Per
contra, it is announced with equal "positive-
ness ' that Mr. Uoutwell will not resign in. reo-
rnary. "xou payB your money ana taxes your
choice." Notwithstanding Secretary Bout-
waII'r nolicv of disooshiir of two hundred mil
lions of the five ner cent, funded loan bonds to
the Syndicate headed by Jay. Cooke fc Co. has
met with much criticism, there is ample author
ity for saying that the Secretary intends to dis
pose of the remainder of the loan by the same
nrocflRR. he believing that a hieher price is ob
tained for the bonds in this way than by offer-
lii cr them through a number or nanus..
Speaker Blaine's friends have made a pretty
thoroiurh canvass of the next House of Repre
sentatives, and say that he will be re-elected
bv over a two-tmras vote, m&ny nonueni
members will eive complimentary votes to
The receipts from the internal revenue dur
ing the present fiscal year to Jan. 1, are over
Bixty-one - millions Gen. Thomas O. Os
borne, of Chicago, will be appointed a member
OI tne uomzniBBlou to invebigab uit) luoin ou
depredations on the Bio Grande A Wash
ington dispatch says there will undoubtedly be
three vacancies in the Cabinet on the 4th of
March the State, Treasury, and Attomey-
Br the terms of the bill introduced into the
Spanish Cortes for the emancipation of slavery
in Porto Rico, all slaves are to be free within
four months from the nassaee of the measure.
and their owners are to be remunerated for the
human property thus confiscated The King
of the eandwicn. Islands died ueo. 11
The horse-disease, which has of late been
ravaging the United States with such havoc.
has now reached the West Indies, and made its
appearance recently in Havana, correspon
dents writing from that city state that the
mortality is nmcn greater mere tnan in tne
United States, owing to the miserable stables.
even the wealthiest residents having but very
poorly ventilated .places for the Keeping of
The cable announces that hostilities have
commenced between Russia and Khiva, and I
that 9,000 Khivese troops are besieging the Rus
sian forts on the Euerba river. Another force
qf 10,000. Khivese are depredating on the Rus
sian nanenes at tne moutn oi tne jLoeroa.
Diplomatic relations between the Swiss Gov
ernment and the Vatican have been broken
France will pay Germany 200,000,000 francs
of her war indemnity on the 15th of January,
and will continue to pay the same amount un
til May next.. . .During the counting of the
votes for municipal o in cere at xampico, Mexico,
recentlv, a row occurred, resulting in the kill- ;
in? of hve or six persons The .fcTencn Min
ister to the Papal Court has resigned The
Austrian. French, and Prussian newspapers are
engaged in a lively controversy over the dis
closures made by uuko de urammont in re
gard to the origin of the late war. The Duke j
brings documentary evidence to support the
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truth of hisssertion that Austria promised to
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assist France in case of war with Prussia. He
publishes an Austrian dispatch to the French
Government, in which a pledge is given in the
following words : " Your cause is ours. We
will contribute to the success of the French
The Prussian Government threatens with
immediate confiscation all Catholic journals in
that country, if they publish the insulting
references to Germany in the recent Papal al
locution. .. .The Czarovitcb. of Huseia has re
covered from his recent dangerous illness.
A rumor comes from London that a large
Bussian loan is about to be placed upon the
market. This information will tend to confirm
belief that the Czar has determined to
prosecute an aggressive policy in Asia upon a
formidable scale The revenue receipts fo
Great Britain for the year ending Dec. 31
amounted to 878,000,000 Prosecutions have
been instituted in Germany against the Soman
Catholic journals which published the recent
Papal allocution. The excitement on thiB sub
ject is increasing throughout the empire..
Gen. Von Boon has been specially appointed
President of the Prussian Council of Minis
Christmas week was unusually prolific of
railroad smashnps and the slaughter of human
A train on the Buffalo, Corry and Pitts
burgh railroad was thrown down an embank
ment. The cars falling upside down, they im
mediately took nre. and. there beine no means
egress, twenty-one persons were literally
roasted to death. Many others were seriously
wounded. A train on the Indianapolis, Peru
. utucaeo railroad was tnrown irom tne
track by a broken rail and twenty persons in
jured, of which at least three will die. A simi
lar accident occurred to a passenger train near
Cincinnati, resulting in the death of several
persons. At Newton, Kansas, a train, imbed
m a snow-dnit, was run into by a freignt
train, bv which two lives were lost. By an ac
cident to the through train from Washington
Philadelphia, near Baltimore, many persons
injured, two or tnem fatally. Men and
animals Were frozen to death on a train
blocked up in Indiana by a lack of water,
which had congealed all along the line of the
Still other trains were frozen up else
where, and steamers were damaged by the rise
the water in the Ohio river. Many cases of
death by exposure were reported, and from all
of the country come the intelligence of
misfortunes, constituting altogether the most
unwelcome Christmas 4 present within the
memory of man.
James Anthony Froude, the English his- 1
I torian, has sailed for home.,.. Ten more jvu
Mnmr,l,i Klux from the South arrived at the Albany
Penitentiary last week among them a Baptist
clergyman from South Carolina The epi
zootic has broken out among the cattle in some
parts of the Island of Cuba.
Senator Sumneb'b condition is said to be
growing worse It is stated that George
Francis Train is thoroughly conversant with
all the mysteries of the Credit Mobilier scan
dal, and a Btroutr effort is being made to in
duce him to tell what he knows about the mat
ter. So far he has maintained a cunning reti
Montreal was visited by a destructive fire
on New Year's eve. The loss is estimated at
$500,000 The public are likely to be accom
modated with another sensation in the way of
what is called watering stocks. It is under
stood.- savs the New York Worhi, that Com
modore Vanderbilt intends selling New York
Central stock to tne extent or S4U,uuu,uou, in
stead of wasting further time in trying to ne
gotiate tne bonds in Europe Mew lorn ana
North Carolina each celebrated New Year's day
I hrr i nan rati ntr a new Governor Gen. Dix in
by inaugurating a new Governor Gen. Dix in
tne former, ana Judge uaiaweu in tne latter.
California has an editor named
Olive Logan (Sixes) is to'retire per-
, manently from the lecture field this
' season, and will hereafter reside in
Mrs. Fremont is described as havin
I grown stout and gray, and never, in the
days of her girlish beauty, was so iascin-
mg as at the present tune.
It is a special order with the newspa
pers in printing the advertisement of
Booth's Theater to print the name of
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tt dav ia Mis- Susan H. Iiamrmon. of
East ponltney, Vfc
i'TTR.qR are in tne reiresnincr western
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style of personals: "Mr. Waggoner
found fault with the beef at a Memphis
hotel, the other morning, and the Coro
ner made $3 on him." "Peter Ink, an
old citizen of Knox county, Ohio, was
blotted out the other aay, age to.
It is so nice of William Finn to' be 107
years old, live in Bowling Green, and
mafte wooden bowls for a living, lor it
gives his biographer, an opportunity to
say that he has doubtless resisted the
tempting and "flowing bowL" and hav
ing worked at the trade for over seventy-
hve years, ought to inn-mix the busi
They tell a good story of CoL Da
vidson. Adjutant-General of Texas. He
received a hoe disnatch from Bell
r, 4uT 1,, WT, tba
State Senate, whereurxm he nromotlv
resigned his Adintant's office, and- his
resignation was promptly accepted. If
he had to do it again he" would probably
wait for the omcial returns.
Statements are current respecting
two well-known humorists. One ac
counts for the orthography of Josh Bil
lings, saying that he "did not write a
line for publication until he was more
than 45 years of age, when it was too
late for him to learn to spelL" The other
mentions that "many who heard the
Bev. Petroleum V. Nasby tell the story
of Hannah Jane now have an additional
horror of Locke-jaw."
There is said to have been a man at
Port Jervis, lately, who was regarded as
a curiosity even in that place of human
monstrosities. He had the power to
move his heart to any part of his body
at will, and to stop its pulsations for a
time altogether." He also rejoiced in an
extra set of ribs, which he could shut
down over the lower part of his body.
He has a cousin who can change the
relative position of his two hips. This
story comes direct from .fort Jervis, and
may be regarded as among the best that
it can produce.
Hon. Henby Wilson is the eleventh
Senator who has been elected "Vice-
President. The others were Burr. Cal
houn, B. M. Johnson, Van Buren, Ty
ler, Dallas, King, Breckinridge, Ham
lin, and Andrew Johnson. Of these,
Van Buren, Tyler and A. Johnson be
came Presidents, as did Senators Mon
roe, J. Q. Adams, Harrison and Pierce.
The Vice-Presidents who became Presi
dents were John Adams, Jefferson, Van
Buren. Tvler. Pillmore and A. Johnson.
the last three succeeding to the office by
the death of the Presidents with whom
they were elected Vice-Presidents. Only
one Vice-President has been elected as
his own successor. This was Daniel D.
Tompkins, who served during the two
terms of .President Monroe.
A Frenchman boasts that he is pre
pared to establish a system of trans
portation of 14,000,000 tons a day around
the earth by means of balloons. He re
quires a capital of only $4,000,000.
A general war is being waged against
the use of slates in the schools of tier-
many. There is scarcely any souna
more offensive to the human ear than the
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grating of the pencil on the slate, and I
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when this is multiplied by numbers in
the school, the effect is said to be ex
tremely injurious to the nerves of many
children, and to leave evil influences in
life. In addition to this, the use of
slates is attended with many other dis
Every day a new surprise is created
by the Japanese to the world at hj-ge.
Their progress is marvelous. Late news
from that wonderful people is to the
effect that the Government has ordered
the organization of eight colleges and
two hundred and nity-six high schools.
In addition to this, it is in contemplation
to establish over fifty-three thousand
public schools, in winch tne attendance
of all children over six years of age shall
M. Paul Janet, a French writer, has
shown that since the year 1789 there
have been twelve different governments
.t rance, the average duration of which
has been from seven to eight years.
"What is'curious in this connection is that
none of these governments has been the
expression of the free will of the people,
but all have been usurped. Every eight
years, therefore, force in J! ranee over
throws the regular authority and creates
regime of chance which is itself better
destroyed in time by tne same weapons
that raised it. Whether the (jovern
ment of M. Thiers will- survive the
allotted eight years remains to be seen.
Gaillabd, Sr., one of the leaders of
Commune who contrived to escape
recently, said: ""When we shall return
Paris our first business will be to
make reprisals for the wrongs done our
mends, we nave already resolved that
1,000 rich men shall be shot for each one
our friends shot on Satorv plain. No
rich man shall be allowed to vote. No
rich man's child shall be allowed to at
tend school ; poor men's children alone
have a right to be educated. All
those who have hitherto hunted because
they owned land, or rented shootings,
were able to pay for shooting licenses
shall be interdicted shooting; this shall
reserved exclusively for poor men."
Was it a dream ?
I walked one day down through a city's street :
The sun was shining dimly overhead,
While filth and vileness were beneath my feet,
And the bouses on either side seemed red
To the bricks' core with wickedness untold ;
And there were eights so drear and manifo'd
Of want and suffering, of wretchedness
In young and old, of hunger pitiless,
And stenches foul, the very soul was sick,
And dared not harbor questions, crowdirg thick.
Of God's beneficence, and of His love.
And there, as through those sad'ning sights I strove,
E'en there, upon a garDage neap, I spien
A rose-bud, thrown by scornful hands aside
A rose-bud that a few days before had hung
Upon its parent tTee, purest among
Ita sisters sweet and fair. The dew had blessed
Its opening morn ; its odors had caressed
The ambient air, and kissed the lips of those
Who bowed their lips to kiss the budding rose,
And then one said he loved it more than all,
And tore it from its stem (did 1 see fall
A rain-drop 7), and bore it on hia breast away.
Ah ! how it Joyed to lie tbere through the day,
Bright with fragrant beauty, sweetly asking
Love for its love sure twaa no hard tasking.
But soon, its freshness gone, it knew its lave
Alas I how many learn it late, too late I
And he who wore it merely that it shed
Its first Bweet odors circling round his head.
And witn its oeamy graced mm as ne wauiea.
Nor loved it for its sake alone, when balked
Of these, soon tore it from his breast away,
And, careless of its fate, left it the play
And toy of who should care a moment's space
To please him with its fleeting, fading grace.
And so twas soon, when festering and forlorn,
And Boiled and torn, of all pure men the scorn ;
This bud so fair, so sweet, so loved the while.
This withered bud, so faded, bruised and vile
Was thrown upon the garbage heap, to yield
Its little earth to enrich some Potter's field.
With reverent hand I look it from the pile
(I thought the heavens gave me back a smile)
With reverent hand I brushed the filth away ;
I gently pulled apart its petals fair,
And. even then, an odor faint but rare
Breathed from its inner heart and seemed to pray,
And colors bright and pure tnat neart uisciOBed
The rose-bud even yet contained the rose I
And then I thought twas wafted from my hand.
And blossomed full and sweet in Heaven's own land.
Was it a dream ?
Liver Complaint. Liver Disease, i. e.
Biliousness. Bilious complaints by
some termed liver disease are very com-
A lie ordinary in-
riirn.t.ions mnh as vellownesa of the skin
and whites of the eyes, pain in the right
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times difficulty of respiration and trou-
blesome cough are familiar to a host of
sufferers; but the liver, sometimes, is in
ft very unsatisfactory state without the
presence of such symptoms. When we
reflect that the" liver is the largest gland
of the body, that it secretes the bile
which lubricates the bowels and keeps
them in order, is the great blood purifier
or cleansing machine of our systems, it
may truly be called the Mousekeeper of
our Health. Sudden transitions of
climatic temperature, or impure air, or
water are disturbing elements which
arrest the functions of the liver, and
render it torpid, producing diarrhea,
dvaenwru btlwus remittents, xntermit-
tent fevers; and a general prostration,
and unhealthy state of the whole organi-
not surprising that a medicine
which can restore the healthy operations
of the liver should command general
attention. Such a medicine is Calxfob-
nta "Vinegar Bitters, The Housekeeper's
Towel and Broom. Com.
One of the results of the restrictive
policy of the German Government to
ward emigrants has been the forming of
an association in Germany with a mem
bership now numbering 82,000, and
funds in hand of $150,000, for the pur-
pose of stimulating the emigration which
the Government would repress. This
association, m co-operation with the
London Agricultural Union, 200,000
strong, will send, it is said, half a mil
lion English and German workingmen
and farmers to this country next spring.
A Commission leaves Germany shortly
to choose and buy the land best htted lor
the uses of these people.
Thb huge, drastic, griping, sickening
pills, constructed of crude, coarse and bulky
ingredients, are fast being superceded by Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Purcrative Pellets, or Sugar-
coated, uoncentrateu iwui anu Jiwi utn uuice.
Anti-Jtsuious Granules tne "Little uiant
Cathartic or mufliun in varoo Physic. Modern
chemical science enables Dr. Pierce to extract
from the juices of tne most valuable roots and
nerDs tneir active medical principles, wnicn,
when worked into little Pellets or Granules.
scarcely larger than mustard seeds, renders
each little Pellet as active and powerful as a
large pill, while they are much more palatable
ana pleasant in enect. xo cents a mat, oy
It is gratifying to learn from the
Christian Observer that not one person
in millions is buried alive. The editor
says: "We have asked at cemeteries in
Europe, where bodies are always kept
and tested, whether any one ever re
vived, and the answer invariably is, not
On the death of one of Enerland's
most eminent physicians, all his effects were
Bold by auction, and among other things was a
sealed packet, marked "Advice to Physicians,"
wmcu urougnc a great price, xne purcnaser.
opening the packet, read as follows : ' Keep
head cool, the bowels open and the feet
warm. If physic is necessary, una Parsons
Pwaatinti HilJji thnv nrA h mnal aiAnH.
fically prepared pill that has appeared in the
last nun area years. iuom.
Otjb Boys for January opens chipperer
and brighter than ever. A grand Christmas
story, by Charles Diehl, "Myself a memoir
not after tne Modern." witn a nne illustration.
looja 4tfY A nrnf innof irr fha tinvr a 1 a
Sturdy and Steady," and " Lance and Lasso,'
with short RtoriflR. noatrv. rrazzlAft. Ate. Th
7 w f f T .
number is illustrated with original designs. It
amnkaitn.iiv v AmA..n tm' ti-.
emphatically the "American Boys' Own
Journal." The publishers allow 25 cents on
each subscriber of three and over. Send
Btamp for specimen to Our Sous. Chicaero.
Rnbscrintion nricfl. iftl a vear.
extended to tbe world to place before the
public a better cough or Luna remedy than
VERILY IT HATH NO EQUAL.
Would you cure that distressing cough, and
at nuuiDT Turor ilu miaiv rjianiea in
your cheelc? If yon would, do not de.
lay ; for, ere
are aware, it wui do too late.
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM
your hope. It has been tried by thousands snch
you, who have been cured; many, in their
irratitiide. have lent their names to us. that suffer
numanuy can reaa l neir evidence ana Deueve.
Don't experiment with new and untried mixtures
yon cannot snura 11 ens try at once cms invalu
able article. It is warranted to break np the most
troublesome cough in a few hours, if not of too
satisfaction in all cases of lung and throat diffi
UNSOLICITED EVIDENCE OF ITS MERITS.
READ THE FOLLOWING
WHAT WELL-KNOWN DRUGGISTS SAY ABOUT
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM.
SPRINGFIELD, Tenn., Sept. 11, 1872.
GehtTjEMBsT : Shin us six dozen Allen's Luna
D&isam at once, we nave not a ootue leit iu our
store. It has more reputation than any cough
medicine we have ever sold, and we have been in
tne arug Dusiness twenty-seven years: we mean
just what we say about the Balsam.
HURT & TANNER.
AGAIN READ TUB EVIDENCE from a Drumrist
wuu was cured by use oi tne uaisam, ana now sens
L. C. Cottrell. Druggist at "Marine City, Michigan,
writes, Sept. 12, 187-2: '! am out of Allen's Lung
isaisam. sena me hail a gross as soon as you can i
I would 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 narmless to tbe most acucate cniia.
It contains no opium in any form.
It is sold by Medicine Dealers generally.
Do not be dnxoived. Call for ALLEN'S LUNG
BALSAM, and take no other.
uirfotions accompany eacn Dotxie.
J. N. HARRIS & CO, Cincinnati, O.,
Sold by aU Medicine Dealers. .
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A Memorial Gift.
The round of gifts for a holiday sea
son is soon exhausted, hooks, ana
jewels, and trifles repeat themselves with
the return of every Christmas and New
Year, so that we are weary of choosing
from them. "We want to find a remem-
I brance for our friends, having some
thing more than that temporary value
which these customary gifts possess.
There is a new tnit more crraceiiu ana
useful than anything that is to be found
in the shops. Its possession is not only
a benefit for life, but it keeps its giver
in perpetual remembrance. It is a Life
Insurance policy, presented on New
Tear's day by the husband to his wife ;
by the parish to their pastor.
(Jan there be a better commemoration
of this joyful season of the year than
such a gift ? It will bear fruit long
after all other offerings are lost and for
gotten, and it is one which the giver can
A Successful Company.
It is agreeable to hear our Life insur-
ance companies well spoken of, but we
feel much pride in the remarks of the
New York Insurance Commissioner, re
garding our most enterprising company
The Equitable Life Assurance So
ciety which, he says, " marks and dis
tinguishes the commencement of the
recent astounding progress in the busi
ness of Life insurance. "
The Equitable Society took its position
at the head of our companies some three
or four years ago, and has since annually
transacted more new business than any
other company in the world. It has no
longer an equal competitor. Its proud
position is due not only to its usefulness,
security, wealtn, ana liberality, but to
the good will of the people, whose pref er-
ences it has gained because it has an-
swereu meir requirements most corn-
pletely in everything that pertains to
iofe insurance. JY. Y. Evangelist.
We received a verv nleasant letter of
thanks from our friend Kendall, since his re
turn nome, ior a Dottie oi jormson s Anodyne
Liniment which we gave him, and which he
savs has entirely cured him of the tronblnnnmn
and dangerous cough he had when here.
Ask your grocer for Dooley's Yeast
Powder, the best Baking Powder for preparing
Biscuits, Bolls, Bread, Griddle Cakes, Waffles,
&e. Depot, 69 New St., N. Y. At retail by all
Brown's Bronchxaii Troches, for
Pulmonary and Asthmatic Disorders, have
proved their efficacy by a test of many years,
and have - received testimonials from eminent
men who have used them. Com.
Mormon Secrets Sent Fbee.
Akdbbw Henlet, Omaha, Nebraska.
"Cheer Up, and Stand By!"
advice, given by bluff Captain Cattle to the
forlorn Mr. Toots, is cordially tendered to all who
are laboring under that cloud of depression and
melancholy which usually accompanies chronic
indigestion, biliousness, habitual constipation and
nervous debility. "Cheer ttpl" woe-begone in
valids. The canses of your gloomy feelings,
though they may be chronic and of long standing,
are not incurable. A course of Hob tetter's Stomach
Bitters, the pnrest and most genial of all vegetable
stimulants and correctives, and especially adapted
to cases like yours, will relieve you of your bodily
ailmentB and consequent mental misery, speedily,
certainly, and without pain. The chills and damps
of the present season, in fact all its atmospheria
conditions, are unfavorable to dyspeptic, bilious
and nervous sufferers. They need a stimulant, as
well as a tonic and alterative. This wholesome
vegetable preparation combines the three. While
it increases the digestive capacity of the stomach,
and changes and regulates the condition of the
liver and the bowels, it gives an agreeable impulse
to the mental faculties and steadies the nerves.
Unmedicated stimulants are never advisable; they
are too exciting, and often react disastrously. On
the other hand, the sham tonics which contain no
diffusive stimulant, and are surcharged with
drastic evacuants that almost turn a man inside I
out, are dangerous. The system needs more
vitality, and they prostrate it entirely. Hob tet
ter's Bitters has no affinity either with the dan
gerous excitant or the still more dangerous de
pletent. It simply strengthens and regulates the
body and clears the mind. This is the whole secret
of its cures.
It is well to oet clear of a Bad Congh or Cold
the first week, but it is safer to rid yourself of it tbe
first forty-eight hoars-. xhe proper remedy for the
purpose being Dr. Jayne Expectorant.
Veoetlve Is not a stimulating bitters which cre
ates a fictitious appetite, but a gentle tonic which
assists nature to restore the stomach to a healthy
Beeves Illinois 11 (5 131
Thin 10 (Si 101
Hogs Dressed .' 6 (Ss fil
Cotton Middling Upland 20
Flodb Superfine Western 5 65 6 25
Wheat No. 3 Spring. 1 41 1 43
Cokn Mixed Western 65 ' 67
Oats New 46(g) 48
LAKD 7ig) oi
Beeves Choice 6 121 6 50
Good 5 75 6 00
Medium 5 25 5 75
Common 4 25 5 00
Inferior 1 75 (S 2 25
Hogs live 3 50 s 3 75
Butter Good to Prime 20 (a) 28
Egos Fresh 28 30
Floub Spring Extra 6 25 7 50
White Winter Extra 7 50 O 9 50
Wheat No. 1 Sprine 1 24 (S 1 241
No. 2 Sprinsr 1 18 S 1 18
Cokn No. 2 30 81
Oats No. 2 241(a) 25
Rve No. 2 69 70
ablet No. 2 66 S 70
Pobk Mess 11 60 11 55
Floub Extra 5 75 (5)
Wheat No. 2 Chicago 1 101(3)
No. 2 84" 35
No. 2 26 ..
Bye No. 2 75 (S ..
Pobk Mess 11 50 11 75
Hogs 3 25 3 60
Cattle... 3 00 5 75
Mess 11 75 12 00
L.ABD , 7f 7i
Hoos 3 75 3 85
Wheat No. 1 1 2H(S
No. 2 1 19 (S ..
Oats No. 2 - 261
Cobn No. 2 36a
Babley ". 72
No. 1 Bed 1 71 1 72
No. 2 Bed 1 61 a 1 62
Cobn High Mixed 46 a
Oats No. 1 37
No. 1 White Michigan. 1 68
Amber Michigan 1 be a
No. 2 82
Can a Woman Stand It?
George William Curtis has been lec
turing on " Woman's Opportunities" be
fore the Society of Mechanics and
Tradesmen of New York city. Talking
of the co-edncation of the sexes, and al
luding to the fact that public educa
tional institutions of the higher grade
are opening their doors to women, he
says: " If anybody asks the question,
Can a woman endure a college course of
study ?' it is a woman herself who re
plies, 'I would like you to take 300
young men, lace them up and hang 10 or
20 pounds of clothes on their waists,
perch them upon high, narrow heels,
cover their heads with rats and mice,
and stick 10,000 hair pins into their
heads, and, if they can stand all this, as
the women do, they will stand a college
education.' Laughter. J All the high
est authorities on this Bubject in this
country agree that co-education is better
for both sexes. Already the bolts of
prejudice are softly sliding back to ad
mit a nobler, because a juster, future in
the persons of women."
A Young Lady Scalped.
In Baltimore, the other day, a man
carrying an umbrella under his arm in a
promiscuous manner, went rushing down
the street. In passing a bevy of ele
gantly dressed ladies, the' handle of the
rain shedder caught in the head-gear of
one of the fair ones. She gave a little
scream of astonishment and alarm, but
neither this nor the tension of the um
brella could check the headlong career
of the hasty individual, and as the um
brella would not yield, both the bonnet
and the whole elaborately arranged curls
and ' other fixtures on the lady's head
were pulled completely gff, and she stood
the very image of desolation and be
reavement. Apology under such cir
cumstances would only have been an
insult, so the gentleman hurried away,
and the lady, gathering as promptly as
possible her scattered adornments, also
retired from the scene of disaster. ;
The novel application was made in a
New Haven court, recently, by an at
torney, in his own behalf, for an in
junction to prevent the holding of a
wake over a aeaa relative, xne peti
tion was granted.
The advertiser, baring been permanently cured
of that dread disease. Consumption, toy a simple
remedy, is anxious to make known to his fellow-
b offerer s the means of cure. To all who desire It,
he will send a copy of the prescription used (free
of charge), with the directions for preparing and
nsinff the same, which they will find a stjbe Ctjki
fob coxrsTJMPTioir, Asthma, Bbojtcbitis, and all
Throat and Luna Difficulties.
Parties wishing the prescription will please
aoaieH xte jsuwahu a., yv ijubup,
' 194 Penn stroet, Willlameburgh, IT. Y.
, . m
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Which for the present (until the completion of a
new Dunning; wui oe at
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In premises lately occupied by Messrs. Root A Cad y.
It is the intentiln of the Company to keep In Chi
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Trade ana the Public, the .
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TERMS AND PRICES WILL BE THE 8AM B IK
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and nrice. the beat Instrument which it ia
possible in the present state of the art to
construct Xhe Blanufactnren are wllllns;
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A large stock of Organs now on the way to Chi
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Prices rjflM?MIM? s-
ASTONISHING. Mme. La Rue produces a true
picture of future husband or 'wife, with name, i
occupation, and date of marriage. Bend your j
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Dictare : written destiny and Dostnffl.ee ad
bo you can correspond. Mme. LA RUE, Box
ComcthlnffKew Novel Tea Kettle Spout. Send
pattern xor wo.
Chas.,R. Etusoi, Mace don, N.Y.
r)rt ; ;
i..,ju.,a.,aiL . rrrrrr: i
Ho P-ersom can Uke thCM Bitters accpri-
injc to directions, and remain long - unwell, provided
their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or other
means and the vital organs wasted beyond the point
Dyspepsia or Indigestion Headache, Pain
in the Shoulders. Coughs, Tightness of the Chest, Dix
ziness. Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Inflammation of the Lunes, Pain in the regions
of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptoms,
are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaints
it has no equal, and one bottle will prove a Letter guar
antee of its merits than a lenpthy advertisement.
For female- Complaints, in young or old,
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the '
turn of life, these Tonic Hitters display so decided an
influence mat a marked improvement is soon percep-
For Inflammatory and Chronic Rheta
matiam and Gout, Bilious, Remittent and Inter
mittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys
and Bladder, these Bitters have no equal. Such Dis
eases are caused bv Vitiated Blood, which is generally
produced by derangement of tbe Digestive Organs.
They- are n Gentle Jnrf;l vo aa well a
a Tonic, possessing also the peculiar merit of acting
as a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or Inflam
mation of the Li ver and Visceral Organs, and in Bilious
For Skin Dlxeasea, Eruptions, etter. Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustule,. Boils, Car
buncles, Ring-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Ery
sipelas, Itch, Scurfs, DiscoloratioDSof the Skin, Humors
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature,
are literally dug ap and carried out of the system in a
short time by the use of these Bitten.
Grratefnl Thonsands proclaim visio Bit
tkrs the most wonderful Iovigoraot that ever sustained
the sinking system. '
J WALKER, PropV. B. II- McDOJTAMJ A. CO.,
Druggists and Gen. Agts San Francisco and New York.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Be DEALLKJv
VEOETI1TK Is made ex e1 tun rely from tbe jnioMof
carefully selected barks, roots and herbs and so
strongly concentrated that tt will effectually eradicate
from the system every taint of Scrofula, Serof
loaa Humor, Tumors, Caaoer, Caaceroaa
Humor, Erysipelas, fait Kfceaas, Syphilids
Diseases, Canker, Falntaess at the Stomachs
and all diseases that arise from impure blood. Sci
atica, Inflammatory and Cnronie Kheama
tlsm, Neoralcia, Goat and Spinal Complaint,
can only be effectually cored through the blood.
Tor Ulcers snd Ersptlve diseases of fhefkla.
Postales, Pimples, Blotches, Boll, Tetters
Scaldhea d and KluaTwonn, ViEOETIMJE has never
tailed to effect a permanent cure.
For Pains In the Back, Kidney Complaint
vropsy, fwsie ntusiHi scacaorTsasaf
arising from internal ulceration, and uterine diseases
npon the causes of these complaints. It Invigorates sad
strengthens the whole system, acts npon the secietlte
organs, allays inflammation, cures Bice ration, and
regulates the bowels. ....
fer Catarrh, Dy reasla, Habitant Costive-
ess, Palpitation of too Heart, Headache,
Piles, Nervousness and General prostration of
the Nerroas System, no medicine has ever gfven
such perfect satisfaction as the VEQETINE. It pari-
s the wood, cleanses aiioftb. organs, and possti
controlling power over tbe Nervous system.
The remarkable cures effect d br VEGETINB hare
induced many physicians and apothecaries whom wa
knew to prescribe and use it in their own families.
In fact, VEOETINK Is the best rem dr vet discov
ered for the above diseases, and Is the only reliable
BLOOD PUllIFIEIt yet placed before the public
Prepared by U. R. STEVENS, Boston. Uses.
Trice 81.25. Sold by all Druggists.
AGTHT3 'WAirrETJ for the Kew Tnuitrated Book.
WILD LIFE th, PAR WEST.
30 years cf adventures among the Indians, e.
Thrillingly interesting and fast selling. Pot .
terms. Address F. A. SOTCHINSOK, Chicago, I1L,
or Bt. Louts.
(() ff EACH WEEK AGENTS WANTED.
5 i aW.W Business legitimate. Particulars
tree. J. WORTH, Bt. Louis, Mo. Box 24M.
MOTHERS ! MOTHERS I !
ion't fall to procure MRS. WTJTS-
IXJW'S SOOTHEra STRDP FOB
This valuable preparation has been - nsed with
JCCESB IN THOUSANDS OF
Tt not onlv roHe-res the cbllA from vain, but In
vigorates tlie B torn sen. and bowels, corrects acidity,
and elves tone and enerflT to tbe wbole system.
It will also Instantly relieve
Griping In tbe Bowels and Wind Colic.
w tia11v.t It tb 1TEST and BtnSKST BIMIDT
IN THE WORLD In all cases of IJTBBNTBRir AND
DIARRHEA IN CHILDREN, wbetber arising from
teething or any other cause.
Deoend unon it. mothers, it will fftra rest to
Relief stud Health to Your Inlsnu.
Be sure and call for '
Mrs. Winalows Soothinir Syrop,"
Havinsthe fao simile of "CURTIS A PERKINS'
on the outside wrapper.
goiu py uruggists inrongnpgi tne worm.
e&R 4-g QA per dayl Agents wanted! All classes
P W)Uf work-ina neonla of either sex.
young- or old, make more money at work for us in
their spar" moments or all the time than at any.
thlnfir else. P&rtfml frA. iddrml tl Rtinsnn
Co., Portt ut, Maine.
PURE BLACK TEA
with the Green Tea flavor.
warranted to suit all tastes.
For sale everywhere. And for
sale wholesale only ly tho
Great Atlantic A Pacific Tea
'. Co., No. 191 Fulton St., and 8 A
4 Church St., New Tort P. O.
Box 5600. Bend tor Xhea-Nectar
DR. WHITTIER. ir&-frii?l,Ar't
Longest engaged, and most successful physician of
the age. Consultation or pamphlet freer Cail or
write. Just published for tbe benefit of young
men who suffer from Nervousness. Debility, Ac..
treatise of SO pages for 2 stamps ; a book 2U) pages,
illustrated, for 50 cents.
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Free Homesteads ibr Actual Settlers,
The best tncatinn for H.nlnntnm R1rTIT- Antlf
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31achine will stitch, hem, fell, tuck, unfit, cord, bind
kraut snH amhrniilnt1 in 9. isirrat ciiiunnr minnaa 1sHsa
only 91b. KuUv l:eciifett nml wnrmnied for Are years.
pWe w ill pny$UX)0 f.rany mirhtne ihat will sew a
Btnmgrr, uwre uosiiuhii, or more elastic seam tnan
ours, it makes the "K las tic Lock Htitch." Every
pulled apart without tearing it.' We pay Agent from
75 toS2-'0 nrr month and ex ncmc. or a commission
from which twice Hint smounti in be made. Address
'-"FCOMI. -t OO.. Doston, ia..; l'ituborg, Pa'
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$2 to $5 for 100. Bend stamp for descriptive
to BARNES A CO., Toung America, UL
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