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Ftower are Nature1 jewel, wftri whose wreath
fhe deckefcer summer beauty ; primrose sweet,
With blotsorr.s of jmw Rold: enchanting- rose.
That, like a virgin traeen, salutes the eun,
Bew-rliadeinr-rl 5 tba pfcrfomed pink, that stnds
The earth wftfe clTifttering ruby ; hyacinth.
The hue of. Yetms's tresses ; myrtle' green,
That maidens think a ehaim for constant tore,
Aim Rire night kisses to it, and so dream ; .
Fair lily 1 woman's emblem, and o't twined
Bound bosoms where its silver is unseen,
Puch is their whiteness : downcast violet.
Turning away its sweet head from the wind,
As she her delicate and skilled ear ,
From paegjon's tale.
Farm, Garden and Household.
Hies Wattles. Take three gills of
cold boiled rice, warm it with a pint of
milk, mix it smooth ; then take it from
the fire, and stir in a pint of cold milk,
and a teaspoonftd of salt. Beat four
eggs, and stir in with flour enough to
make a stiff batter. Cock on a griddle.
Tin Use op tub ITel-Extbactob.-
At a convention of bee-keepers, Rew. Mr.
Langstbroth slated that he had been
deeply interested in the subject of ex.
tractinir honey from the comb and then
using the comb for fresh supplies. By
this process; twice the usual amount of
honey could be obtained from the bees..
Some means ousht to be taken to con
vince the public thai thr extracted ho
ney was not a manufactured article.
Sbof Biscuits. Warm your pan
then put in one pound of powdered
loaf sugar, and eight eggs 5 beat it with
a whisk till it becomes milk-warm, then
beat it till it is cold ; stir in a pound
and two ounces of fine sifted flour,
with about half an ounce of carraway
seeds ; have a bladder and pips to put
your batter in, then drop it on water-
paper, about the size of a nutmeg ; tnen
sift sugar over them, and bake them in
a quick oven.
CiiEAKSDfQ BiiAXEETS. It is quite as
- important to have the blankets on our
beds clean, as the sheets pure and white.
The Boston Journal of Chemistry gives
the following method of cleansing blan
kets: "Put two large teaspoonfuls of
borax and a pint bowl of sotteoap into
a tub of cola water. hen aissoivea,
put in a pair of blankets, and let then
remain over night. Next day rub and
drain them out, and rinse thoroughly in
two waters, and hang them out to dry.
Do not wring them. .
To Cubs Colds. To cure colds and
Blight catarrhal affections, drink freely
. of hot composition tea, on , rearing,
which should be made as follows : Add
one-half teaspoonful of composition to
one " pint of boiling water, and cream
and sugar to suit the taste ; to be drunk
while hot. If the cola is in the bead,
teaspoonful of pine tar should be poured
upon some hot coals, and the smoke
allowed to remain in the sleeping-room.
and inhaled dnring the night. A repeti
tion of this treatment for one or two
nights is usually effectual.
Beep Tea. Chawier't Journal thinks
it is a mistake to suppose that beef tea
is nourishing snd strengthening lor fee
ble persons. It says " Borne few pracn-
tion ers and chemists have long been aware
of the fact, and now their view is con
firmed by Dr. Marcet ' There is no
nourishment in beef tea. Mixed with
solid food, it imparts a relish which pro
motes digestion ; and the best solid
food that can be mixed therewith, is the
beef from which it was made, reduced to
a powder. In two, at least, of the Lon
don hospitals, the mixing of powdered
beef with the best tea haj long been
practised; and there the patients get
strong on beef-tea diet.
Horses Bubbiko thttr Tails in the
Stable. A correspondent of the Rural
IT 1 r 1 i . , 1 i t
iira 1 ortcr writes ube ue u & oroaen
many young horses of this practice, by
wasting the docs with, warm water and
good yellow hard soap ; then thoroughly
dry the part with a clean, coarse cloth,
keeping np the rubbing till the dock is
not only drv but warmed by the friction.
Then a liniment of new (warm) milk.
(eight ounces) and spirits of turpentine
(one ounce) is applied. Mix the lini
ment in a bottle, pour it into the palm
of the hand and rub the dock thoroughly
with it ; avoid rubbing the -tail on the
Tinder side as much as possible. Con
tirrae the application of the liniment
daily until the horse ceases rubbing.
Bis fob Milch Cows Befobe Caiv
rsa. George C. Kirtland, writes the
Rural Neva Yorker, recommending that
lor eacn cow to calve, the herdsman
should procure a half bushel of rye; grind
it if convenient, and commence two
weeks before calving, to feed a single
handful of meal, upon which a trail on
or more of boiling water has been pour
ed. Feed when cold, increasing the
amount both of meal and water, so as
that the cow shall have consumed the
half bushel of rye about the time of
calving. 1 tne rye is not ground, boil
it until the grains will mash easily be
tween the thumb and finger. Mr. Kirt
land has practiced the above treatment
for about fifteen years, and has had ne
111s to cure in his eows after calving.
Fajucino as a Bttshtess. A man who
is not smart eaough to run a store, is
not smart enough to run a farm. Farm
ers are not to be made out of what is
left after lawyers, doctors, ministers, and
merchants are sorted and picked out
And if a man fails on a farm, he is not
likely to succeed in a store, for it re
quires more ttlent to be a thriving
farmer than an average merchant The
one great failure is the disproportion
between a man's farm and his capital.
A farmer's capital is skill, labor, and his
money. II he has little cash, he must
have no more land than he can thor
oughly manage by his personal labor.
Every acre beyond that is an incum
brance, One acre well worked is more
profitable than twenty acres skimmed
over. It is this greed of land by farmers
that have not the capital to work it
that keeps so many poor. Small farmers
arfl better Thau Inrp-n utim iiirr-r.1c ha.
cause they are better suited to the capital
of common farmers. Farmer and Arti
zan. , '
PbepabtsoMeaii fob Fowls. Dough
for poultry is commonly made too thin.
Many young chickens that might live if
fed rationally, die because obliged to
swallow more water with their grain than
they need. In cose of grown fowls,
giving meal too wet will not, of course,
prove fatal, but they will thrive better
if it is mixed so still as to crumble. The
food is moistened and partly macerated
while in the crop by secretions from
glands. It passes next, a little at a time,
into the proventriculus, a pouch formed
by the expansion of the passage between
the crop and gizzard. In this organ
additional digestive juices are secreted,
as well aa in the gizzard and still further
on. Now, when the grain contains too
much water before it is fed, the solvents
prepared by the digestive organs are di
luted and impaired. In all animals,
when healthy, thirst is regulated with
wonderful nicety by the needs of the
system. Hence, if constantly supplied
with water separate from their food,
they will drink only what is necessary,
and in mixing dough it is better to be on
the safe side. . 5
HisTdea op it. Tha Chinese mer
chants of San Francisco have given $1,
296 in aid of the Chicago sufferers. la
rvn rjutA ft.mprYrtnnr. . .1 A mocnA nn.f i.
collectors as follows : "Meleadeeia AMmaT
ta, Melican man town all same haf rtm I
burnee np. Melican man wanWdoU
jar. oomeiimes poor Melican man
strikee Chinaman with bilks ; Chinaman
no care. How muchee dollar yon wan tee?
Hundred dollar ? AUee light You not
find enough money, comee me again ;
give another hundlL "
Balahces in the U. S. Treasury,
Coins, 8S3,817,108 ; currency, 7,639f
552 ; coin certificates, 518,744,900.
' A SERiors railroad accident has occur
red on the North Missouri Railroad, two
soldiers beisg killed and many wounded.
At Kenosha, Wis., E. S. Morris shot
his wife dead, and then turniDg the muz
zle of the gun to his mouth blew out his
own brains. No cause is assigned.
The brig E. C. BeweH of Bath, from
Philadelphia for Portland, was lost about
seven miles off Sandy Hook, and the
captain's wife and three of the crew were
rhTrRvrcr,ATX Bbadlet of New York
remarked, that a man could not whisper
nnv-m-dav. without being; overheard
" by som6 newspaper cuss who would
print the whisper." . ,
Gov. Faibchtld of "Wisconsin has
authorized the furnishing of $3,000 feet
of lumber free of expense to every house
holder who will rebuild on his lot recent
ly devastated by the fire.
The Pimo Indians in Arizona, have
moin . raid on the Apaches. They kill
ed thirty-five men, captured eight chil
dren, and captured a quantity of plunder
taken the day previous trom tne wniie
Tint Trench army is soon to be uui
formed anew as follows : Dark blue cap
with red fcnrban. ornamented with a tn
color and a cock's feather ; a blue tunic,
with brass buttons and rod trimmings,
and crey trousers with red stripe.
' "A Bill has been introduced in the
Tennessee House of Eepresentatives,
providing that all civil cases shall be de
cided by the Judge, without the inter
vention of a jury, unless tne parties,
or one cf them, demand a lury trial.
Is a suit brought by the widow of a
passenger killed by the explosion of the
ataten Island steamer Westfield, to re-
envf-r damages, the owners of the vessel
set up theplea that the passenger had no
right on the boat because, under the laws
of New York State, Sunday traveling is
a misdemeanor ! "
It seems to be pretty certain that the
Pope intends to leave Borne shortly.
He has intimated his intention to M.
Thiers of taking up his residence in
France. Thiers vainly tried to dissuade
him from doing so, but, yielding at
length, has placed the Castle of the Pan
at the disposal of the Moiy lather.
A Profitable Day's Work.
An instance of auick work, by which
pretty profitable wages were earned has
come to our knowledge, which we think
worthy of public mention, the names of
the parties beine withheld By request.
Not long since there was employed in
one of the large shoe manufactories in
this city a young lady whose daty it was
lU U16 lOpS BUU DUJC9 Ifl Wlla
boots together, preparatory to Listing.
This is done after the tap and soles are
dinked out, by first passing and then se
curing them by two nails. One day a
gentleman was in the manufactory where
she was employed, and observing her
celerity of movement, raised a question
as to how many she could prepare m one
dav. One of those having the manage
ment of affairs expressed the opinion
that she could do twenty cases in ten
hours. .The gentleman first mentioned
eould not credit this, and offered to
stake one thousand dollars against five
hundred that the feat could not be ac
complished. The wager was accepted,
the young lady acquainted with the facts
and asked if sue could do it She replied
that she was willing to try, provided she
should have a share of the money should
she win. This was agreed to and the
task was commenced. At twelve o'clock
on the next day she had eleven of the
twenty cases finished and paefced ready
for the laster, and at ten minutes inside
the ten hours the task was completed.
The incredulous gentleman paid the wa
ger of one thousand dollars, and the
winner banded the young lady five hun
dred of it This, together with the sum
earned by doing the work, made pretty
fair wages for one day, and any one can
see by a little calculation that she had
to keep pretty busy, there were m
each case sixty pairs, four pieces to a
pair, making two handled and forty
pieces of leather to handle, and as many
nails to be driven. In the twenty cases
there would be forty-eight hundred
pieces to take care of in ten hours, which
was done : thus averaging four hundred
and eighty per hour, or eight in one
minute, This is an actual fact, and the
smart girl is at present doing a snug
little business of her own in the central
portion of our city. If this can be
beaten bring along the one who can do
it Lynn Reporter.
A Profitable Day's Work. Visit to Peshtigo.
8?r tha th Shtl "
" of relief will not be neglected.
O God ! what a scene met my gaze on
every side, says a correspondent Here
came the crisis of the storm ; here the
fire-elements, controlled by the tornado
and a whirlwind, made war on human
hopes,' hearts, and life. , The half has
not been told, nor never can be.
The phenomena and results of this
storm were mysteriously 'strange. In
some places the forest trees lay in every
imaginable position, while in others,
they were earned into winrows. J. hey
were mere sucks in the hands 01 a
great power, slashing and whipping the
earth, and then made fael for the work
death. The fields, woods, barns,
houses, and even the "air," was on fire,
while large balls of fire were revolving
and bursting in every direction, ignit-
g e verythin g they came in contact with ;
and the whole of this devouring element
was driven before a tornado at the rate
a mile a minute. There can be no
doubt that the air, strongly charged
with electricity, helped on the work of
destruction and death. Ex-Mayor Abner
Kirby of Milwaukee, a well-known gentle
man of truth and veracity, says he saw
large bodies of balls of fire in? the air, !
thing, they would bound thirty or forty
rods away. Others testify that they saw
large clouds of fire burst into fragments,
and in some instances great tongues of
fire like lightning would issue from
dark clouds, and light upon the
buildings. Pennies were melted in the
pockets of persons who were but little
burned. A small bell upon an engine,
and a new stove, both standing from
twenty to forty feet from any building,
A Flo web Mission. The work of
ladies in carrying on the Boston
Flower Mission is to distribute fruit and
flowers among the sick in the poorer
homes and in hospitals. . Never was a
more frasrrant annual report The
ladies during the -year have carried to
ill and suffering 11,671 nosegays,
and 673 parcels of fruit There was a
particular distribution ot z,U7o pond
lilies. Outside the city 84 towns sent
contributions. There is a branch of the
Mission in Chelsea, and another in Cam
bridge. And why should not aims-giv
ing have its poetical side r as in every
thing else, it is true that tha prose of
charity is of the first importance it
of small use (if we may use Gold
smith's illustration) to send raffles to
those who have no shirts. The blankets,
the flannels, the bread, the beef-tea, the
coals, must have precedence ; but when
find ladies bearing flowers to the
stricken objects of their compassion, we
Delicate attentions and graceful minis
trations show that those who promote
them have fully eompreliended the wants
both of the body and the souL
Nota for oil merchants whale a boy,
you wjli find him fall of blubber, .
A Fatal Hunt.
Another instance of the pitcher going
once too often to the well has occurred in
India. Capt Doig, an infantry officer,
had become renowned aa a tiger-hunter,
and the fame of his exploits had even
reached Europe. He was supposed to be
invincible, had preformed almost fabu
ulous feats, and was held by the natives
to bear a charmed life. The poor gentle
man was, notwithstanding, killed by a
tiger early in September. He went out
one day and had a brilliant success, slay
ing a fine tiger single-handed. Four or
five days after, news came that another
tiger was lurking in the same place,
about six miles from the cantonment
The new arrival at once began to dis
tinguish himself by slaughtering bul
locks, and Capt Doig resolved to bring
his sport to an end. Unaccompanied
save by his own " SlTikaries, " the hunter
repaired to the spot The savage beast
was soon found, and Capt Doig got
rather a long shot at him, and felt sure
that he had hit him in the head. His
impression, however, was that the tiger
had got off into the jungle not much
hurt, and that he must beat again for
him in a fresh quarter. While prepar
ing to do this, Capt Doig being at the
moment alone, the enraged animal sud
denly leaped from cover, and in sin in
stant seized his foe and bore him to the
earth. Capt Doig afterward -said that
the onset was so swift that he never saw
the beast until he himself was on the
ground, and being, as he expressed it,
" calmly eaten. " A horrible struggle
ensued, the Shikaries " sprang to the
rescue, and the interpid hunter actually
fought himself out of the tiger's clutch
es, and not only that, bnt managed to
destroy him. The encounter was nev
ertheless fatal Capt Doii? had the
pluck to ride back to the cantonment,
being lifted to his saddle for the pur
pose. But he never recovered from the
shook and the frightful laceration he re
ceived, and five days after breathed his
last For men who get celebrated for
this kind of achievement its pursuit seems
to have irresistible fascination, and the
sad case of Capt Doig has mny prece
How Swedish Houses are Built in Maine.
" Only one framed honse in all New
Sweden !'' " For goodness sake, how
then are they made ?" writes a corres
pondent of the Boston Post from the
Swedish Colony. in Maine. Mostly of
hewn timber, neatly dovetailed together,
with partitions, oeilines, and floors of
evenly-planed cedar plank. The dwel
lines erected by the State were of round,
peeled logs, laid one upon another ; bnt
these the Swedes found rather chilly
and disagreeable upon the advancement
of cold weather, and improved them by
hewing both the inbide and outside walls.
filling in the spaces with moss, and then
closing then up with' matched strips of
cedar. A matched board ceiling over
head was the next addition, with a double
plank, smoothly-planed floor underfoot,
making them both warm and neat, and
to present much the same appearance as
those built of hewn timber. Xhey are
all a story and a half high, with square
pitched -roofs, giving ample room for
chambers, and in dimensions extensive
enough to admit one large general front
room a good sized bed-room, and con
venient pantry upon the ground floor.
The windows are small, with little panes
of glass, and the only outside door opens
directly into the front room. The interior
walls of nearly all the houses have been
prettily papered by the thrifty house
wives, and with the spotlessly clean
floors and ceilings look by no means un
attractive. Tables, chairs, cradles,
rustic-bedsteads, and a thousand and one
useful and ornamental articles appear on
all sides, happily constructed by Swedish
diligence and ingenuity, from curiously
twisted roots and bits of board ; pretty
patchwork quilts, plump white ruffled
pillows, white covered rustic stands hold
ing the family JtSible, and walls hung
round with sketches from the same,
makeup the neat attractive appointments
of every bedroom. From open pantry
doors gleam oca s'tonal dishes of glass,
odd china cups, antique pitcher, and
heavy silver spoons ; whilo upon the
brightlr polished stoves sing merrily the
Fatal Conflict in Nebraska.
The Sioux City (Iowa) Journal pub
lishes the following : The Indiana who
inhabit the region of country Ijing near
the headquarters of the Ukhorn Hiver,
in Holt County, Nebraska, are again
displaving their hostility towards the
whiteanters and trappers who visit
that section each Fall and Winter. A
band of about twenty Indians, supposed
to be Sionx, visited a camp of hunters,
four in number, and ordered them to
leave the country. The Indians claimed
that the game and fur in that region be
longed to them, and that the whites whs
invaded their hunting gounds were tres
passers, and would be ejected by force
if they' did not leave peaceably. The
hunters informed them that they had
come there to hunt game and trap fur,
and, if they did not like it, they could
make the most of it
At this the Indians departed without
another word. The hunters concluded
that they meant mischief, and conse
quently were on the alert They watch
ed the remainder of that day, but saw
no traces of them. But understanding
the Indian character, they anticipated
an attack at daybreak on the following
morning, and accordingly completed
their preparations to receive them.
Their anticipations were correct The
Indians made their appearance with the
light, and immediately charged the
camp. Two of the Indians fell from
their ponies mortally wounded, and one
the hunters received a severe gunshot
wound in the abdomen. The reds, evi
dently not expecting to find the whites
well prepared, retreated after the
fourth or fifth yolley from the hunters'
Henry rifles, carrying with them their
Scene in a Menagerie.
At Emly, Ireland, there was a per
formance in a traveling menagerie own
ed by a Mr. Whittington. A little boy,
son of a publican named Fleming, resid
ing in the village, was playing in com
pany with other children round the
cage where some bears were kept The
child having incautiously thrust his hand
through the bars of the cage, one of the
bears seized it and lacerated it in a
frightful manner. The arm, from the
elbow, had to be amputated, and the
doctor gave no hope of tho child's recov
ery. The boy's father, on hearing of
the occurrence, procured a gun and pro
ceeded to the menagerie, where he shot
fine bear dead, and caused another to
escape. The villagers collected, and,
becoming enraged, attacked the boxes
and caravans of the menagerie, smashing
number of them to pieces. Seven were
brought to Tipperary in custody, charg
ed with not and assaulting the proprie
tor of the menagerie. A correspondent
of the Dublin Express says that on the
accident to the child becoming known,
the people collected in large numbers
with stones empty bottles, and sticks,
and smashed several of the boxes in
which the wild beasts were kept They
then commenced to attack the proprie
tor, beat him, and blackened his face
A man named J. Mallon has been ar
rested at Clems. Marion County, Cal,
for .murdering his partner, named
Thomas Silvaa, in order to secure 60.
He compelled a woman with whom he
lived to assist him in sinking the body in
Belinas Bay, sad 6he revealed the
Slaughter on Shipboard.
A passenger by the Strathnaver, a
labor vessel, has furnished the Fiji Times
with an account of a dreadful maisacre
in the Sandwich Islands, on board the
Fanny. The Fanny had anchored at
the little island of Ekpeli, ten night be
fore the arrival of the Strathnaver, and
had landed some return labor frem Kad
avu. Upon the morning after the Fan
ny's arrival, a number of natives came
to the beach epii made signals to the
vessel for the crew to come on shore.
The Master, the Man man, and one Fi
jian went on shore, and afterward took
on board seven man, who said they want
ed to go to Fiji aa laborers. Each man
carried a long-handled tomahawk. The
Master, instead of returning to the
town, as requested by the natives, sent
Jem into the boat with two natives who
had accompanied him (the master), and
went and lay down in his berth, as he
had a bad headache, and fell into a doze.
A lick and two of the native crew re
maining on deck. About noon the Cap
tain was arousd by cries on deck, and
at the same time the mate rushed into
the cabin, crying, ' Oh, oh," and hold
ing his hands to his jaw, which was
nearly severed from his head. Seizing
two loaded revolvers, the master tried
to rush on deck, but Alick pulled him
back, and the Niuta men having killed
Tommy, and severely wounded Levi,
who fled into the hold, rushed back,
and, sliding the top of the cabin over,
stood upop and around it waiting to
tomahawk the master if he should suc
ceed in getting out Others, with a
heavy American ax, cut the cable, and
the vessel drifted toward the shore of
Gunn. The master tried to force the
hatch back, to cut through it with an
ax, and then twice attempted to blow it
up ; but without avail. As a last des
perate effort, he emptied several pounds
of powder upon the cabin table, in
hopes to raise the whole deck, laid Alick
upon the cabin floor, out- of the way,
and stooped with a pistol in hand to fire
it when the vessel suddenly heeled
over to starboard on the reef. A yell of
triumph arose from the savage bends
who tlironged the beach, as they now
thought the prey was in their hands.
She could be fired into from the shore,
a distance of thirty .yards, with security
to the natives. The master now bound
Alick's jaw, the Niuta men keeping up
a brisk fire upon the vessel, until night
brought a respite. The position of the
two men was indeed pitiable : their ves
sel stranded, the crew murdered, one of
themselves badly wounded, and without
a boat, and the shore swarming with
wretches who thirsted for their lives.
With morning light came a renewal of
hostilities, the natives again keeping up
an incessant fire ; occasionally the mas
ter had an opportunity of replying.
Night again brought a cessation of hos
tilities, and the two men determined to
quit the vessel, in hoies of getting to
the mission station, where they expect
ed to get some assistance for Alick's
wound." All the powder and ammuni
tion was thrown into the water, and,
leaving the trader and Tommy's dead
body, they went on shore. They reached
the mission station,' where the teachers
were in a great state of fear and per
plexity, as they were without the pre
sence of the white missionary, who was
away at the time. They gave Alick wa
ter with which to bathe his wounds, and
then provided the two white men with
food, that they might lie in hiding in the
bush. Meanwhile Jem in the boat had
pulled down to the town the master had
been desired to visit Ee declined to
go ashore, and the boat received a volley
of musketry. Sinaauali was shot through
the breast, and leaped overboard, fol
lowed by the Mau man, who, from
fright, probably, swam ashore. Wata,
a yonng chief, walked out into the wa
ter, took him by the wrist, and begged
hia life. Thn last this man knew of
Jem, he remembered, in a confused way,
seeing him cut the warp, and endeavor
to pull from shore. The firing on the
boat was kept up after the Mau man
was taken into the house. Doubtless
Jem was wounded, and the boat being a
leaky one, had probably swamped, and
drifted away with the currants. Alick
was discovered by the natives in the
bush and killed. The crew of the
Strathnaver also found the body of
white man lashed to a pole, and buried
One Hundred Years Ago.
was not a single white man in Kentucky,
Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. . Then,
what is the most flourishing part of
America was as little known as the
country around the mysterious moun
tains of the moon. It was not until
1767 that Boone left his home, in North
Carolina, to become the first settler in
Kentucky. The first pioneers of Ohie
did not settle until twenty years after
this time. A hundred years ago Canada
belonged to France, and the population
did not exceed a million and a half of
people. A hundred years ago the great
1 redenck of Prussia was performing
those grand exploits which have made
him immortal in military annals, and,
with his little monarcny, was sustaining
single-handed contest with itussia,
Austria, and France, the three great
powers of Europe combined. Wash
ington was a modest Virginia colonel,
and the great events in history of the
two worlds in which these great but
dissimilar men took leading parts, were
then" scarcely foreshadowed. A hun
dred years ago the United States were
the most loyal part of the British em
pire, and on the political horizon no
speck indicated the struggle which,
within a score of years thereafter, estab
lished the great republic of the world.
A hundred years ago there were but
four newspapers in America ! Steam
engines had not been imagined, and
railroads and telegraphs had not entered
into the remotest conception of men.
When we come to look back at it,
through the vista of history, we find
that to the century just passed has been
allotted more important events, in their
bearing upon the happiness of the world,
than almost any other which has elapsed
since tho creation. -San Francisco Bul
letin. ' .
Thanks. Gov. Baldwin of Michigan
in his proclamation appointing a day of
Thanksgiving says : " While we have
enjoyed much happiness and been blrss-
ed with abundant mercies, we have also
been permitted to see the uncertainty of
earthlypossessions pn the devastating
fire which has brought desolation to so
many families, and suddenly deprived
many citizens of the rewards of industry
and toil. Let us thank God for the ear
nest sympathy and charity which has so
largely alleviated the suffering of our af
flicted people. "
A Fobtuse. Mr. Charles Lefevre, a
popular French gentleman who, in Eng
land, races his horses under the assumed
name of " Mr. T. Lombard," has, it is
said, just come into a fortune of over
$2,500,000, left him by a cousin whom he
never saw in his life. I he gentleman in
question died in this country, whither
he immigrated many years since with
this sum of $2,500, which Mr. Lefevre 's
father lent him when all his other rela
tives turned their backs upon him.
Dead. Curtis's Hambletonian, one of
the most valuable horses in Kentucky.
was found dead in his stable at Richmond.
Mr. Walker, the owner of the horse, was
offered $20,000 for him, a few days be
fore, and refused it
In Wilmington, Del, William S.
Frist, a young lawyer, committed suicide
by shooting himself with a pistol. Dis
appointment in lave and the influence
of opiates and liquor is assigned as the
The Mormon Question.
In the great lawsuit of the People vs.
Hawkins, which has struck so heavy a
blow at Mormon institutions, by the
conviction of the defendant much sur
prise and some adverse criticism were
evoked by the circumstance that the
prosecution was for adultery, instead of
for bigamy under the act of Congress
of 1862, an act intended to reach the
practice of polygamy in Utah. The
reasons were, briefly, that bigamy re
quires the proof of at least two marriag
es, only one of which is lawful 'The
polygamous marriages are a secret cere
mony, of which, as experience has
shown, the Mormons, when called into
court, deny all knowledge. The lawful
wife cannot testify against her husband
in such a prosecution. The unlawful
wives would not give their testimony
because of the social position to which
it would degrade them. On the other
hand, in adultery oases, under the Utah
law, only one marriage need be proved ;
the wife may be witness against her hus
band, and while she may know nothing
ef his polygamous marriages, is likely
to be cognizant of his adulterous acts.
The sagacity of the course adopted is
evident in the charge of Chief-Justice
McKean to the jury,, showing how the
proceedings for adultery steered clear of
all questions about the fact or the char
acter of polygamous marriages, and, of
course, no evidence as to faith in a pre
tended revelation or a religious cbserv
ance on the part of a prisoner could be
allowed to influence the decision of tha
jury since the question before them
was simply whether Hawkins had or
had not transgressed a plain law enacted
by a Mormon Legislature.
The Oil Market.
The news of the disaster to the whale
ing fleet has completely unsettled the oil
market, if we may believe a New York
paper ; for not only has the entire catch
of the Arctic fleet been lost, bnt Hhe
vessels with their outfits are also gone
beyond recovery. In Boston to-day the
price of whale oil has jumped from sixty
cents to one dollar per gallon, a rise of
forty cents over the last sales a few days
ago. Holders of the article are not in
a hurry to sell even at this large ad
vance, and no transactions are reported,
both buyers and sellers net having as
yet sufficiently digested the news to
be able to enter upon negotiations.
-The price of sperm-oil will also
be affected, but not to the extent of
whale, as the latter formed the chief part
of the oil lost. A few days ago sperm
was offered at SI. 40 per gallon, and $1.35
ottered. The entire stock of oil held in
this country on the first of the present
month amounted to 18,000 barrels sperm,
and 32,000 whale, against a stock of 28,
650 barrels sperm, and 36,000 barrels
whale on the 1st of January, leaving two
months' consumption yet to be estimat
ed before the close of the year. The
quantity held in Boston to-day is l,0Ou
bbla. sperm, and 800 barrels whale. It
is considered that the fleet made a fatal
mistake in remaining so late in the sea
son far up in the North. It is not safe
to remain in those inhospitable seas
after the first of September. But it is
supposed that, spurred on by the success
es of the past two years, and the tempt
ation to hold on for a large catch at the
last hour, the whalers became so ven
turesome, and hence suffered the terri
Sfttxky Gtbls. The Galesburg
(Illinois) Register is responsible for the
following : " Four of our Galesburg
ladies have been among our farmers col
lecting for the Chicago sufferers. In
their travels they came upon a farmer
who told them that he had a lot of pota
toes in the ground, and if they " were a
mind to dig 'em they could have all
they wanted." The offer was aocepted,
and the ladies, who knew their customer,
jumped nimbly from their light spring
wagon, each with a spade in hand, and
set to work, llie farmer stood aghast,
surveying his new field hands with un
disguised amazement lhey gathered
about twenty bushels, and went back
yesterday for more. Before noon to
day, the last of that patch will be com
ing into town in that spring wagon,
Bless their dear souls, hovr we wish we
were permitted to give their names.
Hoo cholera is inflicting heavy dam
ages on Washington County (Illinois)
farmers. One farmer has lost fifty
shoats and twenty-five fat hogs, and
others have lost equally large lots,
Along the river many farmers hate been
totally cleaned out
Symptoms of Catarrh.
Indisposition to exercise, difficulty of
thinking or reasoning or concentrating
the mind upon any subiect, lassitude,
lack of ambition or energy, discharge
falling into throat, sometimes profuse,
watery, acrid, thick and tenacious mu
cous, pernlcnt, offensive, Ac. In others
a dryness, dry, wstery, weak or inflamed
eyes, ringing in ears, deafness, hawking
and coughing to clear throat, ulcerations
death and pecay of bones, scabs from
ulcers, constant desire to clear nose and
throat, voice altered, nasal twang, offen
sive breath, impaired or total depriva
tion of sense of smell and taste, dizzi
ness, mental depression, loss of appetite,
indigestion, dvepepsia, enlarged tonsils,
ticklicg cough, difficulty in speaking
plainly, general debility, idiocy and in
All tha above symptoms are common to
the disease in some of its stages or com
plications yet thousands of cases an
nually terminate in consumption or in
sanity and end in the grave without ever
having manifested one-third of the
symptoms above enumerated.
No disease is more com it on or less
understood by physician?. The proprie
tor of Dr. Safe's Catarrh Remedy will
pay $500 reward for a casi of catarrh
which he can not cure. Sold by drug
gists, or ondilxty cents t- R. .V Pieree
M. 1)., 133 Senfci street, Buff Co, N. X.
for it A pamphlet free. Beware of
counterfeits and worthless imitations.
Rememb?r that the genuine has the
words "R. V. Pierce, M. D , Sole Pro
prietor, Bnffulo, N. Y.," printed upon
the wrapper ; also has Dr. Pierce's por
trait, name and address on his private
government stamp upon each package.
Chicago. The actual money sub
scribed in all parts of the world for the
benefit of Chicago amonnta, ro far as is
known, to about 83,000,000. Of this
sum the Relief Committee has received
about one-half, or say $1,500,003. With
this million and a half of money they
have carrried on the work cf housing,
feeding and clothing from 30,00U to 4U,-
000 people siace the 9th of October,
aided by the contributions of provisions
and goods which have also been made.
Ah Established Remedy. " Brown's
Bronchial Troches" are widely known as
an established remedy for Coughs, Colds,
Bronchitis, Hoarseness, yid other troubles
of the Tliroal and Lungs.
Cast Them Oct. If there are any
disases which deserve the name demon iac.
Dyspepsia is one of them. It racks and
tears the system like a veritablo fiend.
and renders life a burden. Tha medi
cines of the dyspensary will not expel it.
Cast it out with Db. Walkeb's Vege
table visegab uittees. x here is no
form of indigestion or liver complaint
that can withstand this potent tonio and
alterative. The newly discovered Cali
fornia roots and herbs from which it is
prepared are of more value to mankind
than all the goia 01 tae racwo otates.
Winteb is now fairly upon us, and the
teams are hastening to the lumber
woods ia various parts of the country.
Our advice to every man who gees to the
woods, be ne captain, cook, teamster, or
any other man, is. to take along a good
stock of Johnson's Anodyne Liniment
and Pabson's Purgative Pills. Many
months of labor (in the aggregate) may
be saved by thia precaution.
Mabbiaob is one of the great blessings
of the world. J. Monroe Taylor's Cream
Yeast Baking Powder is another. (
See advertisement of 'Virginia Real
Estate) Agency, of the renowned Shenan
doah valley. They - have nearly 200
cheap and valuable farms for sale.
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
Cavalby Condition' Pdwdebs, which
given in gram two or three -times a
week, will make him look and feel well.
The pure" and sweetest Cod-liver
Oil in the world is Hazard k Caswell's,'
made on the sea-shore, from fresh, se
lected liven, by Caswell, Hazard k
Co., New York. It is absolutely pure
and street. Patients who have once
taken it prefer iUo all others. Physi
cians have decided it superior to any of
the other oils in market.
tfooirao Wotrl'l CaxxsmATZD Scbixdam
SemfAm. The imaienw popularity of the vorid
r.Bawnrd Arohatto ScmtDjuf ScHKimof Udolpbo
Wolfe, New Yovk. baft revulted hi frequent attenipta
of hite. at oountrffVting, by persona wh wiih to
0nd tale for an inferior article. Thi wonderful di
uretic haa been pronounced, by thonaanda of to
leading pnyncians tn tba country, aa tne par-eat
medicinal lea tularin offered for aalc. Pnt UD in
quart and pint botflas. and for aala by aQ Drnggiata
ana uruceia. .
Savings, hard-earned, should be'eare-
fully invested. For first-class Railroad
Bonds, paying yon good interest, write
to Charles W. HtRgr.im, No. 7 Wall
Street, New Yrk.
Jay Coon A Co.. ara bow elutoa-. and recommend at
a profitable and mfo htnetment tor all nliian. tha Fliat
Mortcsaw T-SO Gold Bond, of the Norther pacific
Railroad Company, Daarinc Seres and Three-Ten tha
percent, told internet (more thaa S per cent, eanrencj).
and aeenrad by ant and only mortcas en the entire
Road and equipment, and aa more thaa 3,e0 At
ef Land to erery mile of trf.ek, or BOO Acrea of Land to
each f 1.000 Bond. The ilia-heat earnest price will he
paid for U. S. Frre-Twevtieal and all ether marketable
Secsritiea receired in eftchaage. Pamphleta, ma pa and
full information, aa wefl aa the bonds themeelras, win be
famished on application by J at Coou A Co., Phila
derphia. New York and Wa-thinitoB, and by most Banks
and Bankers threaarboot the oncittre.
BrrrCATn a rrlnietoEx-Bullockat .11 0 .13
First quality 11 ft JJ
)ledrarn,or first quel, .10 & .11
Ordinary thin Cauls .fl,H" .10
Infr or lowest grade ,P as .08
MrLCH Cowa. 15.00 avSO.00
or a .nx
.. .ua ea .10
19), t .20 -
40 0) 80
a. to m a 90
1.60 a i.n
Fkoux Extra Western ......
Wnaxr Amber Western .....
White Genesee Extra
Btb Western. ......
Cork Mixed Western
Oats Western ..... .......
1.60 4 1.65
1.60 & 1.65 .
.98 & 1.05
.70 tq LOO
.li (4 JSi
AS as i7
POM Mesa 13.50 14.00
Labd .-. 9 .11
PETaoLzuif Crv.de. .............. 14a Refined .33
Burro State 28 (is .30
Ohio W. B 2s (a .as
" Fancy S4 .36
Western ordinary........ M .23
PetinerlTania fine .34 ft JIT
CBXcac State Fartory 15 S .IS
" Skimmed OT a .10
Ohio 10 a . JJ
Flo cav 8nperflne....
COBH. .............. ...........
Cleab Pons -
...$5.00 0 6.00
... 7.25 d) &.50
... .73 ft .76
... .48 ft .6$
Butteb Common 18 ft
Cnoice Lots .27 ft
Cnxzsa s ft .13
Ecoa Western. .15 ft .16
F-attern 17 ft .11
hat cnoice u
.30.00 (a. 33. 00
Shxep ....... ....... ...
Hogs Lire.. ...... ............
3.50 ft 6.80
4.S0 ft 5.00
Floitb 4 50 ft 6.60
wheat ao. 2 bpnng... 1.28 ft 1.45
COBJf .60 ft
Oats 30 ft
Btb 70 ft
1.48 ft 1.60
1.00 ft LOS
.69 ft .75
.90 ft LOO
JO ft M
Wheat Western Bed............
. 1 M ft 1.63
. 1.711 ft L80
.8 ft .90
86 ft .87
Cottob Low Middlings.. ........
W beat Amber.... ......
.. .17 ft .18
.. 6.00 ft 7.60
.. 1.55 ft 1.S5
.. .75 ft .tr2
. M ft M
By Hs see yon wQl prevent many of the dissass pre
vailine is the Spring and Summer ssasns
Whea a plant or a tree beaia8 to decay it stoat needs
die. It cannot be reriuliaed. Bnt it ia sot so with ha
stes beings. A human mis can be repaired, strength
ened, restored, thrsgh a brows leaf or a withered blade
of grass can nerer be made greea again. In the autnmtt
of life, orrren is its winter, whea nature seems to be
giving way under the prespore of years, it is still possi
ble to retard the progress of decay, and to lend to age
more thaa Ha wonted vigor. As a means of promoting
this object, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters Is unquestion
ably the most potent of all lestorativea. It will not
make the old yonng, bnt it will prevent, lasses, or secth
the Infirmities which are the usual accompaniments of
the decline of life. For debility and a lack ef nerv
power, bom whatever eaasa ariaing, tt ia the medicine
that of all others before the world, best lluaaiias the
ssmeof aae-isr. Is parity, in Iniigoiatmg propartloa.
m its adaptatiea to weak stomachs and feeble organise
tiona. It has ne competitor among the Varies ef the phar
macopoeia, nor amons proprietory remedies. Besides
its strengthening principle, it possesses alterative and
regulating properties of the highest order, and as as
antHbilioas medicine ia far preserable to any of tba pre
parationa containing mercury. Time sea ahows that
for physical decay, nervons debility, dyspepsia, billons
disorders, and intermittent fever, Hostetter's Bitters is
a remedy without a rival. This is the season of the fall
of the leaf ; let it remind the etd. the feeble, the sickly,
to invigorate, and regulate their systems with this great
vegetable tonic and alterative.
WAXTED. Acevts for Julian'. Interest Table,
readr c.coJattd M&.L7.&-lAier oeok Toe
beat hook oa Interest now in use.
a. j l L.1 ah. lsaneawcr. unw.
LANGUAGE of- Handkerchief, Fan, Glove,
ete. Hornetiung new and seat. Post-paid for
t Lineal ni-eon! to tnm wane.
DKI.LM AN A CO . Coram hn.. OM-.
CENTS' WASTED, ererj-whero, for
The Some of
ill GocTs People,
I Bl with avMoalstatas rwWiw. It eoaUint kvowlr fldf
siriiut EarraTimr. Ob Arwlta-k 114 ordrrr. i a li dar.
Batel fcualrvrk. ?-, re iotmf xr as well. 82,500
Crmm caa k nea y mt caerrvtM awue er wmcu tmu m
Uarenimfar tauwalBnbl 111
the bsast rhsieri te mmkm mnty vr eOerret Ow diTirs (mat
Ira) axfiJi COBTlere yrnrt of rraj yM MsT tanTTnav, Ml flsalnlum
Mc. WORTHINGTON, DCsTIN CO, Hartiora, Cw.
OTFK OX E HaTXDKEIt FAOEs,
Printed li Two Colore, oa raoera Tibtto Patts,
Foar Hundrea Engravings el Flew ere.
Pleats aaa VegeteiMee, wita 1 senptions. and.
TWO COLORED PLATES.
Directions and elans for making walks, Lawns, Gr-
riVn. Tba Iiaodaajjejl serf best FLOtfAL
e 1 1 D E in tie World. All for Ten Cents, to tfiose
woo tlunx of buying Seeds. Not a quarter the cost,
mVO soldo! 18", 1.
Address, AstM V lust,
Jteeheeter, X. T,
How to obtain a
. CAST STEEL PLOW
Free or Cost.
For particulars, address,'
COLLINS k Co., 212 WaUr Si. N. Y.
AO FN Tn WaateA- Agents make more money at
work tor us than at enrthina- else. Particular free.
G. STEtHoa A Co.. fiiie Art PuUirfm, Portland, Maine.
si A MONTH.-H.orae snd outfit farniabed.
V t ej Address SOV ELTT CO.. Saco, Me,
P AX snd mere to rood reliable agents.
UOLDI.NG A Co.,
, It sLilby St.. goafs. 5US.
AOESTT Wanted to sail srBcles needed by
everybody. Address Plomb A Stone, Phila. Fa.
erkshlre Pin For Sale.
From beat strains ef
Blood. DAVID CR1KKLAW. atarengo, I1L
A4JESTS W ANTES, to introduoe aa article
needed in erery family. Sells readily, aaA proJits
Urge. For particulars, write to D. ADKE,
in Fulton st Haw Tors.
iJHtSAJIMAH TALLET t Vs. A W. Va.
il0 otu, and rntt Farms ! fend Markets. Sal
winters snd kmldtw climate, bend for Catalogues.
Virfi wis Beai few Afrmaf, Martraabnrg. W. Ta
THE HARRHBI KO FAMILY CORX
ahelier Co. want Agents to sell their Family Com-
nenera. oest invention of tne Kino, oeua at signs.
Fronts large. For circulars, aodreas
EUGENE oN i'DER, Treasurer.
Lock Box a. HamwboTg. Pa.
SNfl "AGNETIC TIME-KEEPER, SSViSt
9 Vy-'l Cmmi -em. -i Arfja. ekeae errvaeA. eJiia sev4
tyfjCyV 4 tY -4laBal!V'T T J-ss-ea) tie .' Taa pa
4 'J l-rt m' ' C Orrtre IsTiwVry J2
'ssaWsesl. l" tsss tAW Aswts. II! CO.. 1 .iiIibiib, Vfc
THE MEW YEA R.-Tke X at I-! Fa-ally
Aimauiavo. Only twenty cent. Forty good qau
pMTM. Err o many ptctwM. VtaAb. tun for tb
booseshoki. Good the yff rocrad. Buy t til new
new tend or aead 20a to the Am'csn Tract Society, lit
Washington St.. Boaum. Speci-J terras to enrz&!r
SxKl for fr ntnpto eopj ot the Cu nwi iajc TjE'T-r.
a ant el ta weekly i ums: pablnhed by ia ISew York
htet Jo.wentioD of Unireraalisl, and cfrnteunint
MiTBOM OC LrT. IV. tf. 1-DftplB. J rTTO sZ.MJ PeTT yettf.
Aiklre', Pobliaiier CausTiAJi Iinnii, law Bro4wlwt
jew iwi iviiy.
NEW YORK OBSERVER
3j Aassa. Selaiiaf Tear Bock For 1S71 T t
- SIDNEY K. 5IOU.sk, JB. ek CO., .
SAMPLE COPIES PBEE. ' ':
As Invaluable Cure for
Burns, Scalds Sprains,
KHECM.4.TIHV, IXFlAMMATIOi, eke.
A emgle sppHeatioa allays the pais from a burs the
maaai u w aoniieo.
K0 rAMLY SHOuXD BE WITHOUT IT,
AGENTS WASTED FOR
LIFE H UTAH
Bla aa Ezmm -f tha Meeret Rita aaa
. . UiterlMtrMranla
With a fall And aatheotio htbtory t Pulyiaay. by
J. H. B EADLE, Editor of the Atvit Uke Heportot.
Ajtenta are me tin with nnDreedntid xenpcmmssL mm
report llKnibecnben in four day, another 71 m two
days, head for Circulars and ee what the nr- -aya of
we wnrL Aaaraaa aaiiuaal BLlaHiiSii (Jo.,
fuiiawripriii, r-. qkiiq, in., or nr. LeOatft. JA9.
BLIS. KEENK at Ci.rH F I Ml if rTtraX. Ihar.
drtt.l rernfdT for Caiecr, NTahllla, (rfalm.
V lcr, P-lnenary C eaawlalmieAlt Kheaaa.
and all C'aranlc Klx4 lteaaet, at prepared from
the CreaalBa Cataaranfe Hark, from Lo)a Eo-
aunr, wemra oy uie miuiKf oi hm aui)oruiea m
that country, tt tit tile mot rtim, prawj aaH nrtrnm
.terati- and ale4 aartAe-r known. 8otd by aa
Dmzart. in pint bottle, harms oa tnem oar Dame,
trad- mark and uirecttoiu. S-od fir a orcviar. oifioa
anoiaaooraxory, no. eu i oar tH n. .
A Fae A.tei"
a SleXOO pair of
awro trsacA Oil
Chi mil os- swbjeoO LIFE SIZE xqnr,te ef
orwrinai Oil PsunUng SI l X A W i to every snbecrt-
Henry Ward Beecher's
Great I4TERARY, RELIGIONS. WEEKLY NEWS
PAPER. AotA hano rrrt wjsres! One look 1,000
-amw in Smomths: another ADD A weeks ; anUer Ii8
in one weH. ; one 47 in one day, and many other equally
well. Kiakinx froni $5 and $10 to $40 per day- Takes on
eight. An old aceiit who knm aaje : 'I thtrkit the
bimfr ntmnv-w eiwr frier mi. torry I did mot en nee
LOCAL AGEXTS WAXTED!
InteHixent men and women wanted
wuh od territory, aend mart fore.iCo.lar and terme
J. a. VORD t CO., 77 Prixk PUoe. N.Y.; U BraaiwH
St.. pnatoa : -wo w. Jlartwmst., Cfncayo.
RUINS OF CHICAGO
AT TOUR 0 WIT FIRESIDE.
Just Published, ' - '
R. H. MACDONALD'S
History of the Garden City
AS IT WAS, AND IS,
With flue entrrarint-- of the principal bnildmm ; fiewi
or v cicaco in ana it'i : wita e complete History of
uworai r ire, winninjc lncioenie oy eye-wiraeeat-a. aaa
fall and correct statistics of the Iohh, coo tri but to da, etc,
aooom Darned with a Larm Jf n tM xhoU rTVv. grivine
erery etreet and name, froia oracial survey, and the oxlt
oobreot ootiine of the extent of the fire yet paMiaiieti,
printed in tint, AUo a Retard of oti Gnat Firt tc
WoiUL Hand.vmely bound hi cloth. Sent post-free on
receipt of Fifty Cents, by the pnhtuhera : and for sale
try ail ews and Uook-Lfealen in tha L nitM StAtea.
CaaTetfeinx As rtn wnnwd. Linre coram ifioDS paid.
R. B. TaOMPSO.V a CO 735 Broadway. N.T.
STEENTWAY & SONS'
Grand, Square and Upright Piancs
WEU AWaTeBDKD THE
Ftrw4 eraael 8als1 MeastI
World's Fair, Paris, 1867, and Ltndoa, ISO.
Thx SrrarWAl Piawot ara anitwraalhr eonosdet. la ba
now before the put. .'to.
Tbe leaala Ftr-st-Cla-a Plaaa
l Tbese instrtiraenis araprei
to ail others by the moat celebrated pianists. They are
used Iw ail tne principal concert troopea whenever at
tainable. The bare a tmly "Worldwide it Dotation.
heinc lanrely exported to to rope, snd all parts of the
civilized world, and they are soajcrit to be imitated by
aaarty ail American ana baxopean riano-niaera.
Stetaway A tea Mammoth Xaanteetary,
ia the u-ost perfectly aiTonr-d and extenflire estanlisn
mentat! it fcrod in tha worki. The pablnbed official
R-veane retarni. haviita revealed the fact that tmtmt
of 0ir y-Wy mtlm ejtrni th-mt tin tetWtw krymt pimiu
Ski of' Sett Ynrk rosteW.
6TXU.W.&Y. at Sons sail special attention to their
UTew Patterns T-.rtarht flawM
with donbie Iron frame, rattmt Heonator and Tnbnlar
Frame action, which are muehl'M w i.iid iatr
ftmr, at- MewtM rw-irtty of ctrm, wmte uiainc songer
in tone and being more lmperrioas to atmospheric ia-
fluencea thaa any otner riano at present mmmmcuma.
Every Flaaa Wsrraatea1 for FlTTri.
Price as tow as the axelasire saw of the best material
and most thorooxh worajaaiiauip will permit. Old Pia
nos taan in exchance.
W lllnittrated Catalornaswith price-lista mailed tree
on application. w?r
lew fc 111 Etta Faartewath tH Hew Tar
A Kemedy Found at Last !
It will Cure your Cough.
It fill Pmeat aiiil Cure CoraiBtioii.
That Ceatrh. which yoa are Beaecilatr, may ratal
edy ta sot aaed. t aarriHce year
life when jear Dieae eaa ta
cared twaatrke, aid
sis Ma all a
WHAT IS THE TALUB 07 X05X7 WHX5
COmTeaJtXO TO HEAXTH 1
Ttv- w4m are afflMed aith a Coach er with Cor-
mmptioB read tbe foUowrna; tetter from a pretniaeat
mercoantot aitum i i6u., ua-mu uij aw, oi u
nam- MM.TiM Atlm'i Lanr oilcan, has arrived. I
would not like to be without it, for it has saved my hte.
I took a bad cold, and a ooab, and finally coummptton
wtfe seated npoa me. I was in a very bad state. 1 trfrd
everything that was trcon-mMe(L and srent a areat
del of rooay. acd rot no help. I had Alien's Lona
B-utum for sale, but 1 knew auuii or of its menfe, I did
not hate to take it without auowiiuz mor shoot H I
and n;t sold a bottle. When yonr aent called on me, I
told bun I could cot sell a medjo ne I knew BMrthinc
abont. He arfred me to try it myself. I dii so ; snd, to
my rn teful sarpriM. the first boti k slapped my coach ;
and, before thi third oottte waa taken, my lunci were
hsiied and well : aad I can aow speak knowincly to my
friend and rwtonieiaof the rood qnalitieaof Ailea s
LaaaV Ba1"'" I lamain yoora, re-pectfn'ly,
I. t. rnpranrr.
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM
la warranted to break np the most troableeome Coeurh m
an incrediblT abort tuna There it no remedy that eaa
rhow mora evidence of real merit than this BALSAM,
fcrr ennna Coswcurntym. Cores. Coum. Asthma-
C imrp, Ac
It is only abeat ssrsa years since the Balaam waa first
oiFersd to the pohlie : and, ia tha hort time, it has be
eome known and apprc at?d in tearly every town and
riliare thron7hoat the United Statue and the lmiaioa
of Canad Uundreda of thousands of botties are an
Bnaity tola ; and thooaan4s of witnessea teaufy to its
oeqna?d power iu ooaliO( tabs qjaeaias that u m reo
om mac. "tar, tor.
It to Harmleaa ta the mact aclloata CU14.
I aaataJaa aa Oplam la avay feraa.
It to aald by MaUfaa IIelraaara41y.
" 'V " ' ' aaBwfiSLax..
J. r.asa, fiaiMa- B. H- Mrlkaiu.. e c, una-s
ta Aaa.a.5 rne.ia.CalU M Cassaarca SUM. K. T.
MILLIONS taear TeeUmeay. te their
Wesserfsl Csrnrs Kflseta.
fTbey are sot ars Faaey Irlsk, Mdao Feer
Rasa, Whlakey, Free Spirits Saw Kefaee
Lleaere doctored, spiced and sweetaoed to please the
aats.ealled -TosJcs." "Appetisers," "Brtorera."tt.
that lead thetippkg on tedmnlisii seas and rain, bet are
atrss MerHrfne.msde trem the Bmtire Roots and Herts
of Cahlorsia, free frees all Aleeselle "ti
lasts. TkeyaratbeGKEAT BLOOD FCEI
rilBas A LIFE ClFUiO FBISC1PLK,
a psrteet Renorator and Inrtgorator of tbe System,
te a healthy eosdltios. Ho person eaa take these Bit
ters according te direct tons snd remain long an wen,
presided their konea ara Bog destroyed hy mineral?
Boisoaor other Paeans, snd the Tttai onraaa wastes
beyond the pocnl of nrpaa. 4 e t
Test ara a Gestle ParaattTe aa srell as a
Teaie, posseasina;, also, the peenkar merit tt acting
as a powerful agent in relieving Cungestion or Inflaaor
suuioaot theUrer. and all theTisrersi Organs. .
FOR FEMALE COMFLAISTS, m young er
old, married or alngie, at tha daws ot womanhood or at
toe aars of lite, these Tonic Bitters hare ne eqnal,
Far lanaasasaiery aad Csreule Kheeasa
lisea aaa Oee t, Oyaawsela er Iadlgeealaa
Billeas, Kemitteat aad laleraalueat Fsa
were. Diseases sf the Bleexl, Llrer, KiaV
acya aaa) BladderBtssssaBIUerahsswIasrnearat
saoneasfut sc Dlceaeeearecaneed by Titiated
1)1 eed, which fcsgenerzllj pgodiacrdby derangeniant
ot tbe DlareetlTa Ortaas, -,,-)
DTSPEPSIA OR ISDICBdTIOS. Bead-
aebe, rain La tns snosuasrs, uoagos, Tigntness or tne
Chest, Dimness Sour XractAtiora ef the Stasssea,
Bad Taste ia the II oath. Biliooe Attacks, rAiprtation el
tha Heart, Isnsassmtloa of tbe Longs. Fain hi there
gioBS of the sVidseya aad a hundred other pamfal arms
toast, are the oBssringa of Wspepsnv
Tber mTiroraie the Stosaacb and rUmalats tbe torpid
User and Bowela. which render them of aneesallsd
emeacy ia tleansmg the blood of SB lratntritiss. axel her
sarting new life aad nror to the vboie ara tern.' 1
FOR VKI DISEASES, awspttosa. Tetter, Salt
Eheia, Blotches, Spots. Flmpies, liistrilea. Bolla. Car
beadea, Ring-Worms. Sesld Head. Sore Bres, Bi yalpa.
Iaa.lteh.8enrfs, Iriseolorstieoa o t Skin. Homo-sand
Diseases of the akin, of whatever name er nature, are
llteraiiT dag Bp and carried out of the system in a short
time by the use ol thass Hitters. One bottle is each
eaaea w:U aoariaea tha ojost lacredoioua ei their curar
tire saT'Cta. - -
Cleanse tbe Vitiated Blood wheaerer yos Snd its ha
sexitlaa bursting through the akin ia Pimples, Krss
tieoa er Sorea cleanse it wees yes Snd it obstructed
arjsTsluggish is tee reins ; cleanse tt whea It is foul,
and year feeUaga will tell yoawbea. Keep tbe blood
pare, and the health of tha erstem wilt follow.
Pis, Tape, aad ether Worms, harking ia tha'
aysteea ef so many thousands, are saectnally dssUend
and resaered. Say. a dlatfngqrahed ebrshnoei-t,
there m seareely an intlrridual upon ths nee 0' the
earth whose body is exempt from she pnaseco of
worms. It ia aot npoa the healthy elements ef the
body that worm, exist, but apon the diseased homers
and sUmr deposits that breed these lirjng moossers of
disease. No- 8 t-r) of Medldoe, so rermfi'tiges, so
anselmmtica siil free tee system (rasa, woa-ioa hka
J. WALKER, Propria ter. B- B. M o DONALD CO,
Druggr! and Hen. Agenta, San Fraaeisen. CnHfomia.
aad aad M Cemsaerce Street, h ew York.
srsTSOUt BY ALL PBUtrtttiTB AMD PfjALBRe,
Relieved aad eared by Dr. ermKa'fl Patent AcpKanca
and Compoand. Oflios sV7 Riyadway, 5. Y. Send lfic.
fnr book with naotosTaph ic Hkenerwes of eafies brlere and
aAarcnm with Henry Ward Beecher's oase, leUeTS and
portrait. Beware of tramline impoHdct. who prsBd ta
nave been aaaiatanta of Dr. MrfEitM.J. , .
mZi m)Cm tnr fint-elass Pianos. Sent on traL lfs
Ajreata. . aiddrasa U. S. tLAXQ OO, M
tiUTn A CO.. PoMitihers 3H-tiim
Park Row, T-,obtaia
Patenta everywhere. Twenty-tiva
veers' exMneoce. K vsnrtiaw conrW
8nd tor Patent Laws and Guide to lnvcntorm.
Mcap M tie
? Aeaceise hitorr of the 9Att of this anast wod9rfal of
cities, and a detailed. circamttazitial and vivid aecotrat
of its destruction by Are; with cenea, incidents, eke.
By Mrasrs. Colbert A Cuamberiin, Uit Iviitors ot Ch
C&4TO Tnhane. xiif illustrated from PaaHoaj raphe ta-
kan oa the spot. Agents wanted. .
Addrsm . . DfclN.Mii BROS. A SMITH.
Anbnrn, IS. T.
IS A FOTIR
bwst Tea Imported. For mU eaers.
waire And for sale whoieaele mij
by toe ereat Atiausie an
raelfle Tea Cs B cburth St.
New York. P. O. Box. M
gmd Jfcr raas-JTarair Cwnjar.
We are msnnfsctoring a eery superior nsint at half
the price of ordinary wiaik It is brown, but by the ad
dition ef dry paials can be mads lurhterar darker. It ia
mixed, raft) tar Me. and ia sold by the gallon. It a suit,
sole for houses, barns, fence, freightears, depots, boil
ers, araoka uacka, otetal rooK c We also mannfoo-
ture onr celeorated tuianx ttooriTti ior wiu u. -script'
ns ol roofs. For price lists, asmpies, Ac, ad
dress the READY ROOFlNii Co.. .
Bo. at CoortlsndtSt. Hew York.
REDUCTION OF PRICES.
TO OOitFOEM TO
REDUCTION OF DUTIES.
Great Saving To Consumers
bt errrrixtj ttf cxttbs.
Br Send for our New Price List and a Clnb form will
accompany it, containing fuU directions making a lerae
. .i .aaraa.tacluJonninilers
The Great American Tea Co.,
It aaa TK9ET ITBEET,
P. O. Bor sen jEWjoM.
The Creat Blood Purifier
and for the
et all diaeaass snsmy from
-a .1 MmJ m aa "
gersfsla, Kerwrnleeva Haswr, Cnaees Cue
erems aaasear. Eaaedaa CsxaKer, aewt .
Kheama, Ptsssles ad Harsaer sat tha
l-aee, ITIeers, fsnras, Catarra
Sreeaehltla, Sesumlcta. AUes
Baatlsaa, Paxae la tha MaVs
m , .. Srwaeaeta, Csastlsatlaa, -Cesslwaaosa.
HeMehaehe, IMSBlaess. Xerweexsmeea, FnlnU
svsee at the sHeasaea. Pains ta the Beck, -
JAIdney sjewapiatata, resmis weosia.
BZTOKT raOJC A PRACTIOALg
Chemist and Apothecary.
"Boirnm, Ma 1st, 1871.
Dmr J-IfwTba is to eerttfy that I have aotd at retail,
uxty-threa bs. 7dd bottties) of your VroiTTTNa suvca
April 12th, 1870, and ean truly aay t&a it has sivea tha
seat satiaVctioa of any Kemedy, tor the complaint lor
awQtch it i recommea ed, that I ever sold. Scarcely a
iay pajsai witbont seme of my wonwn te-uf5mr ta
lit rsaaanU on tQemaelves or their frvrnda. I am pei-Tioa-aily
eoirni rant of sevrraJ eases of SernSu-'at Tmmofi beiaa
atxrad by MscmnK alooe in tha vveinK.
TO H. B. StTtebb, ao
Prepared Ijki. 81X7133. .-
. BOSTON,' MASS. i ...
Price SI Em, gold by an Prmnrlsts
The Krng ad Mines al Sprtnoe Is the Germs
Tarmnfi ZSerrescevt SelUer Aperient
Is its duplicate, letters attesting its wonderful T"gie
A rwnM.1 nti ant,. K. I um . anaiitiaa awmrm ID from eSt .
source. The quention has been settled whether artih.
orally medicsted wslers may not be equal to those watch
bunt sparkling from the earth rtaeif. . TVjcse , ; sad
tbe Sehaer Aperient, wiee undourxedly par" and see
aine, proree tiie fact. Re esatlosA Assess aena
ycaer-. Bta tx aaj. aikcuiciio. . , j