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Rwwt hind Out, YipM In mlm
Awn tli on thing I cannot ltv wllhrnt,
Tha ir on nrhoMe tn tliifl itnnn nuil tloiiM,
take tb the sign
Of awr-rlpr dara In nfnr
For Ufa, and mnro than HO, wlnn life l 1onP,
And thy nfi prwimm toxin mo ttfmVy on
To Hravpti'a own KTorniorc.
I liRTw not Winch b mt,
Hot Any wnriln Unit Ht "urn fund rrqnrftt,
It my blood pak to thin, ond b.-itr llir rrii
Homo all rut boartwt.nl way,
Thriro bleat the fnlthfn! html
Wlitcii nave p'rn whlln It bbmrn.. hnM mr firt:
I .ft uic not fro twnoath Hi flood at UM,
So near the brttor Hi nil,
HwoH hand thai, tlitm (n mine,
fWmi the- oiip thliitf I cannot Ihf wtllinnr,
My tifart'a on anrlior tn litVa Mrm an I t1mM,
Take thla, and make m thine.
MY UNCLE'S ROMANCE.
[From the French of D'Hele.]
Hh likr-d iit-itlit-r tlip piny, uor inc. iinr
ntoe-liorspa, nor oera-Rirl. His ciliun
tion, however, was ainul nt Put in, nuil bin
ti'arliiT w nu alilie; but nature ritniuit be
Tbu naturnl ilixpoxilion of J'OrTilI ww
rioiid hrrrniliiiK roinnnro. J1 tlierpim.
IiImiI sentiment no coiilrnry l the fusli
itiiis oftlic iluy, mil lio took so lilllti ran-to
conr-pal tlieni, that liis In-Kt frit-nil eoniiiil
ert'it him n downright original.
Wlmt npity!" sniil on, 'llio filloir lifts
wit ami n Rood figure, but ha'nill novor
And lie hnd do desire to make nuvtliiiiR
but bin hnppiut'sn. To Riiroi'nl in Unit
there win but one way, to love mid be loved ;
but loved as iu n roiiinncr. An ambit mm
nmttiiiee, or evmi a "umrriap, de cniiveu
nut)lr uppeiired to hi eyis tiiibtnmlilo hIu
ery. jil. Kondon, D'Orville' iniclo, mourned
over the enpriem of bin heir, mid wished.
Iy nil nienuH, to marry him w ith Mud. do
Faventiue, a very rich yountf widow of dis
liiiRnislied family; but D'Orvillu's rcinigti
nee was iiiHurinountnble.
"Spar yourself, my dear nnclo," tuiid
he, "needles care. I do not wixli your
beautiful widow, mid I dt rliiro Hint eveu
nlie in the lust woman to whom I would (live
'Hut yon have not seen her!"
"Nor ilo I wish to nee her. AV'Liit! llnv
i 11 fl eeen tne in I know not but public
place, ttiiH woiiuin decideH, addresses yon,
and demands me in nmrriiu;e an lii would
hhL lor piera of gtntt nt KuHault'H. but
lovel Wliu t deliciiey!"
Hut if you knew how beautiful nhe i,
nud how lovelv!"
"Indeed! Vby not eapouse her your
delf tbeu tnirlr? I eons, nl to the iniir
riape." Yea, but nlie would not roiiHeiit. 1'n
fortunately xbe prelerH twenly live to filly
yearn, Jl it were not for that, I tell you,
boy, the affair would hnM) bei u already
nrrniiRed, nuil I kIiouM have tlm double
pleasure of pnuinhiii( yon nuil nl aeenring
uiy own huppiueHa."
"And that of vour friendH1'
'DOriillel DDrvillel Ileopert Jra
dnuie de Fa vent) ue, or we will i-uurrel nt
'A much renpoet as you pleawe, my mi
rle, but uo mnrrinpe."
Tb pood liomlon bit hii lips, twisted
thatawel ot hi cane, nn.l luiillered be
tween bin teeth wonl of upeiieiiet of au
thority nnd of enlieredntion: but notbiiiR
could conquer thpolmtiimry ol Inn m pbew.
lOrvilk' refiiKid did not roino wilelv
from the romance KVHtciii be had ndopteii.
lie loved, or at leitNt ho beliuved be loved,
which in the same tbiiiR. lie bud met nt
the bull of IbeOpeni n musk, whoxe wit
hiul appealed to him ho delicate, MiNlibtle,
NO opixmite to coniiiioiiiil.iee, ho much in
eon t Hint with the insipid tattle that reiiiN
ill these nocturnal feiuls, tlnit lie Im-Iicv.h1
himsell't the liapiiiest man in Hie world in
olbiiniuR a rend, whim for the next bull.
The iinkiiouii upeured t ere, without
attendance even, uIwuvh Innsk, d to tue
tenth, but ulwuyH unliable, spiritual, inter
entlUR. These conversations wero continued
while the c.irinvii! lasted, and alllioni'li the
mask wus constantly kept on (n bud si'ii,
aecordiiii; to the knowiiiR ones. I tin pret
tiest foot nnd the most bpuu'il'ul bund an
Riired favorably for the nst. In the midst
of this intoxication, D'Orville's uncle uro-
Iioued to him the alliance with Madame, de
'uventine, nndKiitrered a relusul, ol which
he was fur from diviniiiR the true cnuse.
In the meantime, this ucusoti was passing
without l'Orville'H beiua abb) to learn the
name or the residence ot ins deur unknown ;
ana to lUBtruot biuiaeir, there remained but
the last ball. He went there precisely ut
miduiRht, determined to undertake every
thing, prayera, teurs, and even esp'o'iiRe,
bnt the unknown did not nppear.
filled with Rriel and nuger, 1 Orville left
the ball nud went home. Scarcely had he
entered bis house, when he recived u visit
from his uncle. New propostions on the
pnrioi wieyouiiR widow, renewed rejee
tionson the pnrt of D'Orville.
"How odd in my lot!" Haiti he to himself.
"A womuu who ban never seen me bus de
termined to espouse me, and X um deter-
minuu iu lovinu awomun w in in I have nev
er aeou! It would aeem that they have
ouuiuiueu 10 enraRe me, tuo one liy her si
lence, the other by her importunities."
Whether he had divined justly or not,
the two ladies continued the saint, course.
uud poor D'Orville, niter having vainly
wuitid f ir news of his dear unknown duriiiR
three entire weeks, delivered himself from
the persecutions of bia uncle by leaviiiR
Paris. He hud communicated IiIh uroiin t
to one of his friendH, who secured him a
mansion two leaRuea from the city. There
he took refiiRw, without other emu puny
uinu vnai 01 i,a rienr, uis valet do cUaiiibr.
Oue day as hs was wulkiiiD in tbn ni,iih.
boring woods, he saw two young peasant
girls seated under n tree. The propriety
and eveu cleRunce of their villaRe habit ut-
irecteu nt once his rcRards. One held a
book, which sbe anneared to read with in
terest. The other, her elbowH on her
Knees, ami tier face reHtinu on her bunds.
was iu the attitude of one who listens. The
whiteness of her bauds reminded him ol Ins
"Heavens!" cried ho, "if Die face should
Tba exclaimation interrupted the rend-
"My Mister, Knhetl (let up. Komebndy is
Baliet rises confused, and discovers micli
beautiful and ingeuioiiH features that the
brush of (ireuze alone could give an idea
of their grace.
What a discovery for a romantic jiuaRiu-
utiou! no uiucli lieauty, and in a torust
how irresistible! D'Orville had not eveu
the desire to resist.
Koebauted by an adventure, so conform
able to his character, he yields without el
tort to his romantic inclination.
"Whoever you may be," said he to the
villagers, "do not tie ulamicl nl uiy prcs
enea. J do not come to trouble your soli
tude, nor your innocent pleasures, but al
low me to share thorn, and ho sine that I
will not abuse your coiiudence."
Thla speech was not brilliant, bnt It was
pronounced iu a toue so timid that it bad
effect; for in love timidity in always persu
asive, iiabet auu her companion, reassured
ilttla by little,uouseut to resume their places
on thegrass.aud the lumpy D'Orville obtains
permission to seat himself neur them. He
requests tbeni to coiitinue their reading;
bnt Nicole, the elder, prefers eon vei sat ion.
D'Orville learns from, her that ah is the
widow of the furiuer of the laud of which
ber friend is the owner; that she remains
there with her oousin llubet; that this poor
Habet, although nearly eighteen, had not
been able to find husband who suited her;
that In truth aha was a little difficult to
please; that shs would wish such an intend
ed as w read of in story books, but every
body cannot expeot that good fortune.
"That shall be your fortune, lSnbet,"aaid
D'Orville, iu a low toue, "if your heart sau
xespoud to mill a."
Nicole wns willing to continue a con
Tersnlion w hich could not but he interest
ing iiince llabet was its subject, when the
shadows began to gather nnd warned them
to retire, after promising to meetnt the
same Mr.ce the next evening.
D'Ovnllc, returned home, gavo liiniself
np to nil the idofiB which n bkn adventure
could crente in a romantic mtnd. lie direct
ed I. a Flenr to go early in the morning to
inquire after the health ol the two cousins,
to inform himself of their manner of living,
nnd, above n, (, discover if llubet had any
secret inclitintion. The skillful vnlot fnl-
tilled bin commission to the delight of bis
n aster, nnd returned with the most satin
The evening ranio nt lust, nnd the lo
villagers appeared at the same place.
1st Flenr gives bis nrin to Nicole; D'Or
ville profits by the cx unple, nud offers his
to lialiet. I he proinenaile is long without
being fatiguing. D'Orville speaks of love,
and she listens. On the morrow this con
versation is tvpeated, nnd although repeat
ed, becomes still more- interesting, l'rom
day o day love make new progress, nnd
lliil.ct tlnally.ninkes the coiifi ssion which
coinpletes the hiippineKS of her lover.
I lion this touching avowal D'Orville de
cides, w ithout hesitation, to brave the pre
judices' of birth nnd fortune, and to follow
lilindly all the feelings of Ids heart,
lie ilies to the chnteaii to give I.n I'lctir
orders to make preparations for n fttevham-
pitrr. where I,ovc nud Hymen should pre
side, suddenly tho noise ot a carmine is
heard ill the court. It is our I ncle.
There yon nre, found nt last," said th.i
good man, throwing himself into nn arm
chair. "Is it thns one shonld quit his re
lations, his friends, his mi-t ress, to bury
himself in the woods? I have learned ol
your pranks, of your little flirtations nt the
"Howl my uncle, you know -
"I know all, but I pardon von. I.curo
that the charming unknown, with whom
von nre so much in love, is no other than
Madame de Kaveiititie."
' Heavens! t un it be possible'"
"t'b! very possible, nnd to couvince vou
ot it you will hear it from her mouth, for
she has ccniewith me.
"How! She will be beie? No! never; I
can never see her again. Know, uncle, all
my misfortune, if it can be so called, to
love and to be loved. 1 have formed n new
nttacbmeiit: I renounce fortune, graces
wit; 1 espouse candor, artlessness, beauty.
My part is taken, ami notning can turn mo
from it; so, lor pity's sake, Uiy dear uncle,
save Madame de l'avi titinc n humiliation
she has so little merited."
'I'seless liravers. ion shall see her.
you shall speak to her, and shall learn it
Iroui hersull, II you, Ijiivo luecauragc. j,ui
here she is."
At these words the door is opened, Ma
dame dn I-'iiveiitiue appears, and what is
the iistoiiinbiiient ol the happy l orvuie
when be recognizes iu her his charming
rem -tinted with love Aim jov, lio llitow
himself at her feet.
Wlmt! ' savs he, "is it yon, is it you,
Madame'' von, my lovelv unknown! iou,
my dear Dais t! What mime must I finally
"lour own, answered stie. iiiuiing nun
Dkatii ok a Famoi's KArK-lbir.sK.-The
famous race-horse llerzog died ut the Ituck
eve Trotting Turk, near (,'inciaiiuli, on
Tuesday. He Was a great lavorite nt the
west, and had one of the ucl pedigrees in
the world. Do was only three years old,
uud had run a single, mile iu 1 4IIU the
best time on record in this country. He
was n kindly di:posilioned horse, and
evinced a strong iittaclinient lor ins niiemi
nnts. He ran a week before bis death, nnd
made cxci Hi nt though not remarkable
time. Alter the race was over, and while
he was being "scraped," he showed signs
of distress. The remedies which were ap
plied seemed to relieve li i ill nt first, but his
liscaso gradually developed into typlioni
plieninonia, and slowly sapped the noble
annual's lite. Ho fought death at every
step, refusing to lie down until within two
hours ol the tinal mninetit. As noon ns Ins
death was umiouiiced n dispatch was s,-nt
to one of his owners, w ho leplied, "limy
Ib-rzog in a good place.' Following lhe.e
instructions, a giave was dug iu llr track
enclosure at llio l'.uckeve Park on a line
with tiie three quarter mile p. lc. A tightly-sealed
champagne bottle, containing n
brief rrxninr ot bis exploits, an ueconnl of
bis last race, mid Rome other papers, was
put into the grave with liim. He was a
laik I my In color, hiteeii hands liigli, un
marked save by a few while hairs on his
forehead; his onlv defect consisted iu the
shortness of bis ears, tho tips of which
were lost by being frozen.
Iniiemoi's Kw inhi.inii, - A novel nnd in
genious method of swindling bus just been
brought to light in New iork. lor some
time past several prouiineiit acinsscs have
reported o the police the loss of vultluble
articles lronl their wardrobes, and the de
tectivo in whosu bauds the case was put
finally meceeded ill iirresting the swindler,
who readily acknowledged his guilt, and
aided the iillici-r in the recovery of the
property. Ik- is a youth of sixteen, named
1 hoiiias Flaiiiiagau, nnd bis maiuier of pro
ceeding was as billows: Ho would cull at
the private residence of sonic actress nnd
represent Unit he hud been Kent from the
theatre for a certain dress which be de
scribed. The request wus so plausible, and
his description of the article so correct,
that he was almost invariably successful in
obtaining it. The dress was then taken to
a servant named Mary Ann Anderson, w ho
devised this plan of operations, and pawned
them and sold the tickets to a Mrs. Archer,
in whose house nearly all the missing arti
cles were found. Mis Lucille Western re
covered a velvet robe, several handsome
silk dresses, nnd an rqiera clonk, the whole
valued at J,",IHI. Miss Datemau recovered
nearly Jl.tHHi worth of property, and Miss
I.illie F.ldredge nud Madame .uvislowskl
fonud several of their dresses iu Mrs.
Tim Dysi'kitu.'. Tho trials and suffi-r-lugs
of tho dyspeptio can only lie realized
by those so unfortunate as to bo ulllicte.il
by this disease, nnd yet how many of them
sutler, and continue to Kullcr'f Why they
do this so patiently it is impossible to tell.
It may be from ignorance of any certain
ri-mrtlij, or it may be from prejudice against
the use of a putoiit uiedieinu, Hoollaud's
(ierinan Cillers has cured thousands of the
worst canes of dyspepsia, and each day
adds new iiuuies to the record of its useful
ness. Oivn the Kilters a trial. HooHaud's
Hitters contains no liquor in any form.
Hoollaud's (Icrninu Tonic is a combination
of all the ingredients of the liitteis, with
pio Haida ('in. Ituni, an so, orange, An.,
making a preparation of rare medical
value. The Toiiio is used for the same
diseases as the Hitters, iu cases where some
alcoholic stimulus is necessary.
Only Ma kino Hu.uvk.- TtiKrowos some
thing unexpectedly sarcastic in the recent
reply of a criminal, when asked by the
Court if he were guilty of larceny V
"No, sir are you ?
"Prisoner," sin I the rallied magistrate,
"don't put on any airs Willi me or I'll send
you down for contempt of court, 1 ask
yon again, are yon guilty ?"
"And I b-ll yon no?"
"Hut this mini says bo detected you in
the very act of larceny."
"Ves nir; but I was fooling him."
"Fooling him ! How do you uiakn that
"Just making believe, lis you do some
times." "Sir, what do you mean?"
"Why, the other night, T y, when
yon were staggering on the street, some
folks thought yon weia tight, but I knew
you were only making believe."
HiJHiNiiss Eniii'ATioN. Iu whatever pnr-
suit a person may engage, a business edu
cation is Invaluable as au aid to success.
The Hpencoriaii llusinous (Jnllege, located
at Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is justly regarded
as the most perfect bnsiueSH training school
ill this country.
Tn IIia esuu of Oeori'M Mnvilnr vs. The
r,v,,,vi..t,fa of IIia ItiillimorA AiiiAriean. lor
$10,000 damages for alleged libel, the jury
has rendered a verdict for plaintiff, award
ing I20U damages.
Another Eccentric Englishman of His
Borne time ago (says the London Daily
News) wo heard of an Knulishiiian who
made a bet that he would walk all the way
to India, nnd who asked sonio Consul on
the shores of the Illack Sen for instructions
as to the best road to take, A few days
afterwards the Consul was beset by another
Knglishman bent on the same errand, and
eager for similar information. This was
tho limn who took the first traveler's wager,
and who wns now on the track of
his adversary to see that he strictly fulfilled
the terms of his engagement. Now, wc
hnve the slory of nn "original Knglish
man" who has just traversed the ((rand
Duchy of Hesse-Darmstadt, oil his road to
K.gypt to witness the inauguration of the
Suez Cnnnl. He hnd made n bet that lie
would go from F.nglnnd to F.gvpt iu his
vncht without touching earth, lie accord
ingly sailed across tlm Channel and up the
l.hiue to M aye tire. Here he meant to turn
np the Main till he leached the Main nnd
Danube Cnnnl; but the water of the river
was not deep cnongh for his adventurous
Craft. Nothing daunted, however, our
compatriot is said to bavo caused thrra
wagons to be lashed together, and his yacht
to bo placed ou the top of them, taking
care the while never to leave the deck so as
to nvoid touching land.
In this manner the Main nnd liliinn
Railway transported yacht and traveler to
the town of liamhcrg, much to the stupe
faction ol the peasants. At liumbcrg the
jncl.t was launched into tho canal, which
will bear it to the Danube; thenco it will
proceed to the Illack Ken, to the Sea of
Marmora, to the Archipelago, to tho Medi
terranean, to Suez, and, li t us hope,
thtoii'tli the cnnal to the lied Sen. The
story is more likely to bo trno thnn that of
the two V.nglishmeu walking, ono in the
footsteps of the other, all the way to India;
but true or not, our Continental friends
think it ought to bo true. Tho whim nnd
tho wagor arc supposed to bo very charac
teristic, of F.iiglishtneii. As Frenchmen
bring nil disputes to tho test of n duel,
I'.iiL'liKhtnen, it is perfectly well known, re
duce nil disputes to the test of a wager.
The Condition of the Cuban Insurgents.
A correspondent of the New York Trib
une with the insucgent Cuban nrmy, writes
We are lending the most delightful nnd
agreeable lives to be imagined. Our stores
are not perhaps so profuse as we could
sometimes desire, and our ratious may not
be always such as would tempt au epicu
rean appetite; but for trivial deprivations
of these kiuds we euro little. It docs not
even occur to us to look upon them as
hardships. We huvo excellent health and
high hopes. Mere existence is n perpetual
enjoyment in this lovely country, tho cli
mate of which, even iu the middle of sum
mer, is inexpressibly mild nnd fresh. All
our apprehensions of danger from the
burning bents were without inundation. I
cannot say how it may be iu other part i of
the island, but hare, in tho mountain
regions, we Hnd the atmosphere so
clear nud invigorating as to make us forget
we nre in tho tropics. The occupants of
the surrounding plantations nre nil lnartily
nnd openly with us, nud it may be men
tioned ns a circiimstauce of peculiar inter
est for tho future, if uot for the preseut,
that 1 have not met a sint'lc native Cuban
in this district who is not nu ardent nnd
even a vehement advocate of annexation to
tho I'nited Stab's. And this desire ap
pears to proceed not solely from the hope
of securing such aid as may enable them to
tree themselves mora rapidly from Spanish
thraldom, bnt also, and lirineiiiallv. from n
conviction that by this means alone tho
prompt development of their immense la
tent ri sources, their rnpid material advance
ment, and their ultimate prosperity can be
A ltrMou aiioi't Vandi'Iiiui.t. Tho
World of tho 1st iust. says: "Tho slate
incut was freely made yesterday that Com.
mndoro Vanderl ill hud borrowed S10.IMKI.-
IliHlfrom liming Drotbers, giving them as
collateral Hudson ICiver at pur; nud that
with ono hull of this he had purchased
seventy thousand allures of I,uko Shore.
It this is true, the transaction is n heavy
one in more respects than one. Hudson
Kiver sold yesterday nt M.-j. The Commo
dore, thcrcforo sacrificed $1,111,(11X1. If he
bought Luke Shorn ho paid from h:l to Ml',.
Some people nre inclined to disbelieve the
Iowa State Fair.
On U K. Statu Aiiiiuti.tuiiw. Socii tv, I
Kkoki k, b.wi, Sept. 17, Ihi.'.i.
Decision id Hie C'gnilnittce nu Fire l'ligiuc
Having witiienseil an exhibit 'on of the work
ing of the I'. H. Chemical l lio I'.ngine as to
its power iu subduing lire, we can cnrdinlly
recommend this Fire F.nguie as in ing the
best thing wo know of for the usool towns and
Pet, r Meh ndy. President, Ccdsr Falls; Jus.
li. Wright, Vice president, Chariton; J, SI.
Shaffer, Secretary, Fail fluid; tleo. Spiague,
Treasurer, liutlcr county.
Comiiiitteo on Fire- H.'F. hnotVord, lies
Moines; F. I,. Dunning, OsksLsiss; N. U.
Hewitt, Jr., Wright county, Directors,
Iowa State Fair. No. 28.
Nervous debility wilu .tn gloomy attend
ants, low spirits, depression, mvi'lufitsry
umiaiiiiii.a, loss of Bunion, siHirmattorriioea,
Iim ot power, dizzy head, loss ol memory,
and threatened impotence and imbecility.
umi a sovereign cuie iu iiumpiirey a lloineu
palbic Specific. Nu. tweutv-eight. Composed
ol the most vsluablo mild and potent cura
tives, thry stnkv at cuco at thu root o the
nistu-r, tone up the system, arrest tho dis
charges, siid impart vigor and energy, life
and vitality, t tho entire man. Thev have
cured thoiKamls of casus. Price kj per
puckake ol six boxes and vial, which is vuiy
luqmrtant in obstinate aud old cases, or $1
per single box. Hold by all druggists, and
e-iit by mail on rucoint of price. Addruas
iluiuphrur'n Npecilin Ilinoconstbio Medicine
Onipauy, Wl Proxlway. W. If.
sr-Tho following editorial notice appears
in the Advocate, which is the organ of llio
MctLoihat I). Church in liutldlo:
' CiTAiiiui Iti.MKiiy.-- Wo think we do the
public a ravor, by calling thu attention ot
those alllicted with catarrh, to the remedy
advertised in our column as 'Dr. Sage's Ca
tarrh Ueniedy.' A son of ours has been se
riously sllhuu dwith catarrh for several years,
and having tried various remedies without
access, wo began to tear that in his case
there was nu cure. Hut a few mouths' use
of tho above medicine has entirely removed
all traces of the disease.
"Wo write llio shove not for pav, but for
tho iiiforiiiatimi of those alllicted, ami as au
actor Justice to those by whom we bavo been
It is sold by druggists for fitly cents,
I'hkttv Women. -A comparatively few la
dles monopolize tho beauty as well as the at
tention of a oiety. This ought not to he so,
but it is; aud will be while men are foolish,
and siuelti out uretlv faces r,,r emm,
This can all be changed by using Hugan's
Magnolia Halm, which gives the blisuu of
yoiiui aim a r lined, sparkling beauty to the
cumplexion, pleasing, powerlul and natural.
No lady need complain or a red, tinned,
freckled or rustic complexion who. II invest
suvenvy-uve cents iu llaL'sn's Multiloba Halm.
lis clients are truly wonderful. To preserve
... - ", ,j,,ii naiiiairon.
Fxcklsioii. -We call attention to the adver
tisement iu this paper or (Jhaa. J. H. Meyer,
whoso mauiil'aclory of sash, doors, blinds
and moiildiiiKs. at Fond lii l.ae. Wis isii...
largest in the world. Ilo has salesrooms at
z ini.sKO street, ami 'isa Holllll Water street,
Chieaijo. His largo business enables him lo
sell at very low rales. Orders addressed to
bi in at Fond du I .no or Chicago will bo
Ham. ft, Davis Co., Piano Forte Makers,
27'J Washington street, Uoslon. Thirty-live
premiums awarded. F.very instrument war
ranted for llvu years. l'rce less than and
other tlrst-olass make 111 the (Jul ted Slates.
Gii.MJrr' Donui.K Hthknotm Flavors sre
unsurpassed by any in tho market, and all
grocers and diuggiats keep them. House,
keepers and hotels are recommended ton sil
for these goods, aud take uo others.
Oii.i.ktt's Hakinii Powoks.-Ask your gro
eer for it. All who have used it unco, nud it
pure, healthy aud economical, ii is warrant
ed to please.
Particular attention is directed to the id
vertiseinent of liook for the Million -Maii
lUAOKOiiiiiie -iu another column, it abuuld
bto read by all.
Fvniiv oris ks sti.es (Jibuti's Kttrarit and
f'aiviTi medioal aid.
Head Dr. Whittitr'i
Facts that Cannot be Disputed.
I Hint the government la paying $:)0,
(XXI.OOO per year ft r tba national bank
currency, when it could issue bank notes
II The federal government has power to
tax the bonds the same as other properly
H tnxed. This wonld yield a revenue of
$."iO,000,fHM) per year, and anvo the people
the tnx on coll'oe, sugar, ten, nnd salt, but
a repiiblican'congress has refused to do it,
,1 1'nder the law ns it stands, tho ten-forty
bonds nro payable, in gold nnd five twen
ties In greenbacks, bnt tlu republicans
have ngreed to pnv thorn both In gold, thus
adding f iMMMMkMNH) to JWHI.tHSI.OtMl to the
national debt, besides violating pledged
faith to the people
4- The government Is now paving $l,li.1
on tke iollnr for over-duo boinfs that nre
redeemable nt par, which is simply stealing
no more nor less.
S. The present high protective tnriff tnx
iug goods not iiimui their value, which is
t!ie only fairriiln, bnt upon their measure
ment nnd Weight. Thus, tho great bur
dens of government nre laid upon tho poor,
who consume tho cheaper nrticles, The
democratic tariff was nif iviornm. nnd not
n. I pon every article which comes in
from abroad - ten, codec, ngnr, salt, cloth
ing of all sorts, for men and women's wear
lumber, spices. Jewelry, nrticles of iiocosa.
itv-there Is now levied, on tho nvernge,
tho monstrous duty t,f forty four por cent,
in qiM. I'nder au economical democratic
administration ten to fifteen percent would
7. The war closed in April, 1S(m, more
thnn lour years aeo. In that limn II.
cs, collected from (he people, amount to
nenrly $a,(MK),(MiO.(HlO. This. If nil npplie.l
. ,u miioiiai ueoi, wnuiii nearly liaveex
tinguished it. and vet. as it niitiiiifrfl (Willi
the official reports, tho debt was larger on
Sept, 1 ISf.il, thnn it was on Sept. lMfi.1 !
W hut has the republican nartv doiin will,
fie $i,(HKl,0tk1,(Nsl since the war
n. So entirely is the republican party
under the domluntiou of New Fii.dnn.V
that it nllows the Vankee fiahcrmcu to have
his salt free of duty for tiaekinu bis cdlUh
and mackerel, while tho western farmer
and dealer, w ho pack beef and pork, have
to pay a duty of ono hundred and ten per
cent i n that nrticle.
Hie expenses of the nrmvnro est hun
ted, for Ibis vear. in time of nrofmiml r..n
to be !i:i,0otl,(MHl,. During tho lust
democratic administration tha wboln .
tenses of the government were onlv $7(1..
It is eslinuitcd that the receipts from in-
teriuil revenue for the current fiscal year
will heabout III,IMNI.INNI more than thev
were lor the year eudmg in June last. Tho
receipts from customs will also largily in
Considering what Sec. McCulloch had to
pay on bounties, and lor tho purchase of
Alaska, and for other objects for which Mr.
lloutwell is uot culled ou for a im-uiiv. iu
connection with the great increase in rev
euue for tho present year, it mav bo safely
predicted that Mr. "lloutwell 'will not bo
able to give so good an ncoouut of his mon
ey as Mr. McCulloch did.
1 here is reason to believe that the gov
ernment is now largely iu arrears to the
army, and that Its indebtedness in this di
rection does not appear iu the monthly
stateineiils of the trisisury department.
a leuer irom lexusas in llio l imes, ou yes
terday, gnve the prool for the stutfiumil
that tho government is in debt to the nrmy
iu Texas $2, 100,000. If payments to our
troops and to contractors elsewhere have
been permitted to lull behind at the same
rale, the nrrears supposing there nre -It)
regiments, would reach fHi.OOO.lioO.
Kw. Ilot'Twr.i.i. does not believe Unit the
rich nre growing richer, nud the poor poor
er. During his recent visit to (Irotonhe
made it a point to impure Into tho condi
tion of the poorer classes. He found that
they live better, have fewer mortgages and
more money iu the savings bank than they
dnl belore the war.
(Irotou is not tho place to Institute any
inquiry 'into the condition of the poorer
classes.' It is one of the richest towns of
Massachusetts. Neurly all the people are
wealthy farmers, or retired business men,
who are living upon incomes derived from
their untaxed bonds. There is scarcely a
poor man in the town, save a few farm 'la
borers, nud they are not likely to liuve
many mortgaes, nor much money iu tho
savingH banlt. Mr. Dotitwoll should have
extended bis inquiries into the manufac
The Pennsylvania, radicals nre in a great
strait. They find the democratic tide too
strong to bo steamed withont tho (id of
tho greut I i.vssi.s, nnd they have besought
nim to make tiicm another visit, nud he
has consented. It is scarcely within the
possibilities that ho can suvo them froui
overwhelming defeat. He causa) nothing
do nothing to arrest their Into. The poo
ilo have determined that Asa Pucker, shall
be the uoxt Governor of the old Keystone.
and then fore Clysses (inuit hnd better
stay nt boine
IIoMKoi'ATiiY. The sixth edition of
lluhiiemau's Orgauoii, containing the prin
ciples of this science, bus just appeured in
(iermany, edited by the distinguished Dr.
Lut.e of Cii'then, who euiovs the highest
and most lucrative practice of nuy Home-
opaline pnvsieian in r.urope. lis appear
ance has created a profound sensation in
the school, because Dr. Lut.e has restored
two paragraphs which ho claims w,re sup
pressed iu tuo publication of tho lust edi
tion of the Orgnnnn iu ln:i:l. These para
graphs autliori.o the combination of two
or mora medicines iu a single prescription
and show the procedure to have been known
uud sunclioned by llalineinan. Heuce,Ho
meoputliij societies, and colleges, nnd edi
tors, both in F.uropa nnd Aiueria, nro vis
ing with each in endeavoring to suppress
this medicinal heresy there.
Fifteen years ago, Dr. Humphreys of
Aim lni-K, men prolessor or the first Ho
meopathic Medical College in America, an
nounced the same discovery here, and pro
ceeded to form his system of Homeopathic
Specifics upon it, nud to give the advant
ages of them lo the country. The announce
ment provoked the auuio opposition here.
Dr. Humphreys became a heretic then, just
as Dr. I.ule is so pronounced now. Mean.
time thu truth prevails. The sun shines
though men close their eyes and swear it is
Dr Humphreys and Dr. Lulze enjoy their
practice and the proud satisfaction of see.
mg tin ir patients recover, while thousands
uuiiy use lr. Humphreys Homeopathic
specillcH nnd urs restored thereby, however
iiiu-rniiox tney may uo coimnieroil by oth
ers. - A'ornWn Iwlrpemltiit, A'lit'nnhrr Siihf,
innu, yiuBuriij A. 1 .
Honors to an Autist. -The ceremonies
attending the funeral of the rlcimsh puiut
or, Huron Henry Leys, whose death was
aiiniiuneeil a lew weeks since, took pit
ou the aist nil. at Autwerp, with all the
honors usually puid to the remains of a
sing, (in the morning or the interment
tho body lay in stuto iu a room of the late
Huron's resilience, con voided lor a time into
a ieiL, llr artuulr, lighted only by tapers
tho pall ou tho cofllu being tho sumo which
hud covered the remains of tha F.mpress
Maria Teresa uud thu lata Dukuof Jliuhnut
Above the bier was hung the painter's lust
work an oil version of the fresco in the
Hotel do Ville of the "Duchess of Parma
Iteturniiig in Time of Danger to the Din go,
muster the Keys of thu Town."
F.tri-ijiiou Ui.ass Ciittks is everyway as
good as lh glazier's diamond, aud uot half
as eiueiiHive. Cuts glass lu all shapes as
readily as the d'auioud. Is easily handled.
Anyone can use it. F.vsryoue should have It.
F.vory farmer should havu oue. F.very mor
clnint should have oue. F.very housekeeper
hoiihl have one. F.very ineclianio should
have one. The best thing ever invented lo
cut glass with. A big tiling rur agenls. Send
$ l.oUand uot a samulu. Audit wanted. Ad
dress, J (1, Hill, Nu. '1 Nixou's Exchange
An Illinois ugriculliirul society oilers
premium for the best made white shu t, the
handiwork ol any of the county girls.
Water-cress is nn antidote for tobacco.
- The (Irccinu bend is calle 1 tho hinder
post. -Milk sells al 0 conla per qnnrt In P-oa-ton.
- The assessed value of property in Towa
A new and dangerous counterfeit $10
bill has,iippor red ttl Cincinnati.
Tho oldest nimi has hnd his run. Now
let ns hear from the oldest woman.
- Tho educated hog ntlrnetcd a good
denl of ntteiilion ret tho Fair grounds in
- Chicago hns Rfl post office cnrrlers, who
delivered 7:il,(MKt letters in September, and
The strike of lhmton tailors has ex
tended to tho piece-makers, savs the Ad
vertiser, ronco-mnkors should not be
- There were seventy-live fire alarms In
Chicago during Septotnlior, of which fifteen
wero false. Loss $1K,R7; liiHurnnce
- Tlio contract Is signed by which M.
Slrakosch binds himself to give Madame
1'atli 100,000,(100 francs for one hundred
representations in America,
- To .Tosh Hillings wo aro indebted for
one Fi-nlenen of wisdom, at least, to this
effect: "If yotinro right you can't be too
radical, nnd If wrong, too conservative."
- Tho Nation says, In commenting on
tho Wnll street fight: "New York speculat
ors have now n rope round the neck of ev
ery business man in tho I'nited Suites."
- It is estimated that about $.100,00(1 of
flic new issue of ten nnd fifteen cent frac
tional currency is kept out of circulation,
by people keeping ono of enh for samples.
- Ono Professor Tuber hns constructed a
speaking machine, which is said "lo articu
late various words, nnd even to answer
questions by simple sentences with wondor
1 til distinctmss,
A negro man nnd womuu were found
di-nd. locked in each other's amis, near a
Charleston, H. ('..canip meeting, n few days
ngo. They wero stung to death by a rat
tlesnake. The real aud personal property of the
city and county of Now York for 1HI',!, is
oflicinlly estimated at $'.l'rl,100.riil7, against
!MIH, t:i't;,327, tor the vear lHI'.H, being nn
increase of $.1-Vlir,l,'J7'o.
The wealthiest wife iu America is a do-
vout Methodist. Commodore Vanderbilt
says that his spouse bus more real religion
than J I. Drew, ami tout on tho whole there
is more piety iu the Central thau tho F.rie
In 17.12, tho first church in West New
bury, Muss , was compelled to deal with
Hicham liartlett, who refused communion
because bis pastor, ltoy. Mr. Hale, wore a
wig, which lie declared to 1.0 very anti-
-A colored woman found tho pocket-
book of ex-Mayor .fames, at Zancsvillo, ().,
ou Monday last, which contained nearly
i.ooo in notes and lloverument bonds, tor
which piece of honesty she wns rewarded
with a preseut of $.100.
A vinegar vat, containing COO barrels.
burst ut lliill'alo the other day. It pro
duced a shock like au earthquake, and when
the brown liquid began to course down the
gutters people iningmoil it the (lory fluid
from the uether regions.
-A flermnn society in New Tork has
taken up the case of Jacob Itnrkcl, the em
igrant, who was clubbed to death by police
man lluddington, and have instituted a anit
against the latter for 50,000 damages. The
defend mt has been arrested and held to
bail iu $'JO,000.
-In F.rie, Pa., a minister of the gospel
has recently been ou trial on the billowing
counts: 1. Cheating in a cow trade; 2.
(irossly defaming a young lady; 3. Immor
al conduct. Verdict: First count, prnrnl;
second count, promf; third count, not es
tablished. - Tho Niagara Fulls flazotte savs that on
tho return of Prince Arthur and party from
nullum on .Monday lust, he and Ins gentle
men comrades "scorned the sidewalks nud
traveled in the umddv street Such n novel
proceeding attracted the attention of peo
ple, nud led to many remarks uot generally
-A telegraphic correspondent of the N.
Y. Herald in Washington was once asked
how ho Iniind mutter enough to send to
his paper, every duy, from two to tlneo
columns of special dispatches. "Kosy
enougii. who nay i ton a lie; next day 1
deny it; ou tho tnird day some one wants
to explain; nnd so," said lie, "I got three
Hems out ol nothing.
- A colorod preacher iu Louisville, the
other night, denounced two sisters of his
congregation, mother uud daughter, hold
nig them np ns horrible examples. The
aiuieieii pair wuiicii inr nuil nu me sum-
walk, utter services, nnd then nud there
gnve him a severe beating with horse
whips. I hey were arrested nud hued live
--The Cleveland Herald snys; "Wo saw
in n street car in this city, a few days since,
au expensively dressed woman not only
tell a stranger to give up bis seat, but, upon
his doing so, tender him five cents aud
loudly insist on his taking it. She said
she was rich enough to pay lor everything
sho had, und didn't ask uo favors from no
body without paying for it"'
- The story goes that Duller will start a
radical paper in New York.
- Mr. Seward's Pneiilc coast speeches are
to be published by a Washington firm.
- Mrs. O Donovan Uossa in traveling
- Mrs. Andrew Johnson is not expected
to live through the wilder.
A niece of Mud Anthony Wuyne la a
botel-kccier iu Covington, Ky.
Asa Pucker is said to be tho champion
eiijhre player of Munch Chunk, Pa.
"Duddv" Cuin. n venerable ueoro. of
South Carolina, is u candidate lor Congress.
- Kx-Oovernor I'lerpont, of Virginia, is
a candidate for the West Virginia Legisla
ture. - William Anderson, once a popular no
tor, lias died in the Philadelphia almshouse.
WliiHky out iu
- KonpniniiHchonp, the chap who imports
Chinesn for service, Ho,, charges $'J00 a
Head lor his services.
- .Inlia Ward Howe will represent the
New 1-mgluiid Woman's Suffrage Associa
tion lu lierlin ueityear,
Thouiai Thompson, Into of Huston,
left $.100,000 for thu benefit of the shop
girls and seamstresses of Duchess county,
- Oeo. Win. Curtis is tho author of "Hue
and I," "Poliphar Papers," "Trumps," the
editorials iu Hmpers Weekly, and the
l.nsy Chair in Harpers Monthly.
- Ida Lewis is leading au idlo lit'o as the
temporary idol ol Newport lusbioiiebleu.
She plays iu private theatricals and lublcmu
- Henry W. Payinoud, the eldest son of
the Into Homy .1. Jluymoml, will take au
editorial position ou tha Now York Times
iu ( h-tol.vr.
Miss Hchouiherg, the Philadelphia
neiie, sain ui ue me wosi iieauiuui womau
in America, is reported to hare au ambition
lor the stage.
Oeorge, son of ex Gov. Pollock, of
Massachusetts, is to marry, in Paris, one
of the daughters ot the Hoboken twenty
The oldest clerk in tha departments at
Washington Is John llarclay, chlel clerk
in the olllce ol the commissioner of Cus
toms, who lias beeu a clerk for CI vearn.
Charles Vincent, of the Third Auditor's
oQice, has boon there 8 yoars.
Wall Street Gamblers—Rise and Fall
Gold—Trade—Novel use of Paper—
Rock River Paper Company—Peregrine
Pickle—The Sensational Drama
Chicaoo Oct, 1, 1W.9. The antics of Hi '
Wall street gamblers have produced quite, a
commotion in financial cirules. Wore .lie
evil results of their villainy confined to tru
gamblers themselves, few would mourn, while
ninllilniDs would rejoice. That so many of
them have come to grief is cause f r public
congratulation. ' If thoso who counterfeit the
currency, or sign forgod names lo commer
cial paper, deservo the penitonttary, thoso
who recklessly, or for the purpose of enrich
ing themselves by dishonest combinations,
lock up Hie currency, change commercial
values, dorsngo the business Interests of tho
country, and bankrupt or beggar thousands,
richly merit a berth in tho state prison,
RISE AND FALL OF GOLD.
Of course the flnclnatlons In tho prlco of
gold In a few day from l.'M to lli'i. and
down to I'll atoniicil. Inr the time, llio ex
port of breadtun, and deranged Isith the
dry goods and the prodnrt market, and
caused stagnation and doubt in commercial
circles. Hut such violent elianues. fioin such
cmn.es, can only be temporary iu their effects
upon the general oonrie of Iradn, There has
bicnno permanent cbango of values, and
Ihoic is no danger of ,s Unsocial revulsion, If
the Secretary of the Treasury will manage
tuo putiuc minis wun as miicii pruoeiicn aim
common seme as a goon mcrciiant would
manage his own hush. ess affairs.
SECRETARY BOUTWELL'S POLICY.
Hoerctnrv Itontwoll knows, or onchl to
know, within a very small limit, Just how
much money ho needs for tho next six
months. Tho appropriations aro all mads
for tho year, and he knows what is to
bo paid tn each apartment of the jmli
licecrvico. He knows, bar. what his resources
are, and what U) expect If tho country enjoys
ordinary prosperity. It him sell his sur
plus gold that he does not need for green
backs, and with thoso pnrchsso U. H. bonds,
keeping enough of them uncancelled to be
reconverted into greenbacks should the Trea
sury nerd them, ai d thus keep the money in
circulation where lis use will do some kihiiI,
Instead of lockiair it HP where It is useless,
and thus doiug on a larger scale what the
Wall street gamblers have Just bei n doing
nn a smaller one. Tho result of this policy
wonld be to enhance tho credit ot tuo iiovoru
meiit and the value or V. H. bonds, and by
making money easy, so that all kinds of
business would prosier and the people lie
ablo to pav their taxes and other debts
Increase llio resources of llio Government.
Secretary lloutwcll's policy is gmid a far a
It goes, nut II Uoes not go lar l uougii.
it ! IuhI aa tiiiwiae for the Govorumeut. Ill
debt, to hoard money which it docs not and
will not need for running expen.es, instead
of paving lis debts with It, as It would bo for
a private lluliviiiuai iu lieov to nosru ins
money and refuse to pay his debts. In the
latter'case lie would bo adjudued dishonest
and unworthy of trust.
iu the wholesale departmout of dry goods,
hardware, boots aud shoes, cloaks and cloak
ing, millinery goods, leather and fliiihuga.and
aoiiio other branches has been giant, 'some
of tho leading houses report laiger sales last
week and last mouth than at the same period
111 any previous year. Hut with smaller
houses trado is backward and dull.
NOVEL USE OF PAPER.
The novel application ol paiior for
building pnriswes, which I had occasion
to notice last year, has proved a
great success. Since that time I havo
observed II use iu both tho exterior and
interior parts ol buildings, and can speak or
it more deunilcly and positively. And as
whatever conduces to make unod homes
cheaper and more couilorlshlo is of general
interest, 1 snail rentier mo piiuiic a icai ser
vice by describing this paper and its urn s.
l lio paper 1 mane uoiuoaci ai:ti souu, uuuvr
onormous pressure, Willi a hard llnloli, so
I hat it is linuorvious to air. and resists the
action of heat, oold and moisture, making
bouses lined. Willi it cool in summer
and warm iu winter. It neither shrink
uor swells, is a non-conductor, ami can bo
used in building at any season or tho year,
saves all the expense of lime aud sand and a
largo amount of lumber and labor, makes the
house warmer than if built in the ordinary
wav. and uiik one tint (ImVu il. In a pralno
or windy country these advantages aro of
great value. It is used largoly for sheathing
on studs, inside, or out, belore siding or lath
ing, ami minor uoors ami anuigics, masiug a
wooil Inline warmer mail a lines one; over
lathing or ceilings, to bo papered instead of
plastering and for riuillug. It is so cheap,
that to cover the outside of a house '11 1 'M
ami 20 feet high costs hut fill.
THE ROCK RIVER PAPER COMPANY.
Manufacture this paper, and also llio Satur
ated Hoollug Fell, which, with their guar!.
Cement, is the beat possible covering In!
roots, lor ciieapneas anil uiirauiiiiy coinoin
cd, because it is ore-proof, unaffected by
heat, frost or water, will not run, and
though elastic, becomes as bard as stone.
They have heon mak ng this pasr plain and
saturated, over a year, and so great is the
talc, that though they keep tin ir mills run
ning -making from vlght lo ten tons dally
they oannot supply the demand. The testi
mony of the most eminent architects, as
well as of all w ho bavo used It. la uniform as
to its great value and trilling cost. Many of
tho best buildings 111 Chicago aro covered
with it. Hut all classes, tho rich and the
poor alike use it. How many homes will
hereafter bo built and made comlortablu by
its n so at a small price I It i tho beginning
of a revolution iu building, tho end of which
cannot now be foreseen, nor lis priceless
bouoilti to foretold. For il beat with It,
through all the coming vcurs, to a groat
uiiillitudo, economy, comfort, health and
Those interested to leal a all about the
value of this building paper, its cost, ami
direction tor applying il, should address
"Jtock lllver Paper Co.. HI, La Salle sire, t,
Chicago," and they will receive pamphluta
giving lull particulars, Iran of cost.
There Is nothing now in literary circles.
'Peregiiio Plcklo'- Oeo, It. Upton, of tho
Chicago Tribune, Is about to issiio a book
contaiiiimr hi Hlllldav letloi. or varw of
them, to that paper. If wisely edited it will
make a mailable IhmiK.
THE SENSATIONAL DRAMA.
has nearly run out. "Formosa" has had its
day at all tho thsatros hero, and coaaing to
draw is, or IS anoill to uo, wiiuurawii.
is working close and becoming scarce, owing
in part to large grain receipt and small ship
ments, eastern dealers being unable to af
an advance for largo consignments, owing to
derangements in Uuaiieial mailers. As a
consequence, produce rules tower. h
Tub Dkst asm OuioinaL Ton to of Iron
Phosphorus and Calisava. known as Caswell
Mack & Co. 'a Forro Phosphorated Klulr of
uaiisaya mirs. i ne iron roatoro color to
the blood the Phosphorus ronowa wasto ol
the nerve tissue, and the Calisava give
a uatnral healtbfulness to the digestive er.
f;aus thereby curing Dyspepsia in its various
onus, Wakefulness, General Debility, and
Depression of Spirits. Manufactured only by
CAHWIXL, HAZAUD ft CO., successors to
Caswell, liack ft Co., New York, bold by all
DR. KENNEDY'S RHEUMATIC
AND NEURALGIA DISSOLVENT.
ttamdar. yuu uiay oonalder tlila 4 aort olSuraad aaffla
hatvliug. bat 1 himd ovarr word of iu I bava btfo
tuwro. miao yuar mymimuM w rvu.au wun
eatn, and yoo eaoDut uvan tara youraalf In bod, or ali
en in a uli air, you lauat nt aud aullr, la tba luoruini
1 ii in w it wm n 1 1.UL, auu h uiaui, wievuiua 1. waa woia
loMt ft boa jroo Um
wbaa ovoiy norvo tn yoar baioii ta llio tha aUnn of a
nup, oiruiilai uta Ibo luoat vjoouuu and hot poiaoa
around ywur li.rt, aud driviba; yuu lo tba vary forga ot
MdnoM. nuB you nava uua
(thai aa.erl km sat smbI Ikanaiiih ee.lt H thail snnait) !..
Oauat htsavrt wltbai-iiitf! ukmL atriiiKlb dMtroviuK. mout
aplrit-braaaiBM and lulod wnakauiuc o' aUdMeaaaa Uiat
uaa ailbotuur poor buinaunaiuro; Wttauyuu bayolbo
lyfnc ond mithing tn aiony and pain, noablo to turn
tuuratttll lu bod. aod awry tuovainaui will olottur
ut lika a kuifw : now toll ina. II ruliwl aod uura of huh
of Uim dtaaaatria lua law dava la not tha Uroatoat
Mauiuai uiaatuiig 01 lua ako, umi ua wual ta 1
IHHtttfl lONK KHIHK - Vu wllMakaa loblaatioon
Ul ami Itiraa apoonfula uf watar Uiroo tiuiua a tlay. aod
d a (aw Uaa avary M-Uclaol rbauuiauu and Ubuialjttf
yaU Will UO UltWIIVItH. iiu uaaa tin u U BUI Mil e,
UauiiiiauiluraMl b lltlllViAL.il Kkhlik'llV.
Wroi fiALl Aoenti Foliar, Kmoh A Kul'ar, lird
A Hiultb, tC V lw.r A Uo,, Uurubaiua Vao Muba4 k
liurlbart A kdM.ll, Tolinau A Kiua, Ulieuagu; Oru A
Buitou, ItUia A Htaiow, Hoa worth A Hon, Uobuivu A
nuiu.uu Muwauaaa: mouiiiuku MoUord, ltiroaw;
K .! Kfn . HL. Fanl: (Jollioj. Mr.. V. h- Waii.l.
M.ytjra Mroa. Ht. l-iuia; Aluuro A Taibal, Junkarwao
At ralod by all drutilati. Priao, tl.10.
I E R RORS OF YO I UT H .
A li h. N I L Kkt KN wboiutfarod ror yaora from Nora0
DablUty, Fra raatnra liaoay.and ail tbo atf aoto of yoai b
fal tndiaoroUoBi Will, foriboaakoof aatf artnc bamanilf
ood frao to ail wbo naod It, tbo roootpt ood diraoUoH
for waking Lba alBio romady by wbiab bo w otutd,
Aularara arlabioc loprottt by tbo odvorUaoraotpoii
noo, son do to by t4draaatna, lq porfoot oonttdwoA.
all dlff . II Oodor atroot. Da Vortl
The Exhausted ISrsleiii.
ntimmsr li s risbdita't-, itAoD, and tba roddta
el ants of tampers lira sliiftl InksspUcsat Ihtspsriod
of toe year Soi1 the hail It lent of nt oonetderaMr oor
aleil hr the rrec,!lo hl, soil the weaklf aod Sell
cats almots pr MSrate I. 'I'nle la not a favora I coodl
lion la which bieno.unter I he rw cold slodcol Ottohef
and tla chillies fr anil oisht dewn, aod eonarquentlr
intermttteot fever, draenlerr. billons attacks, and
riKamaltvn are mors or Use prevalent everywhere, but
all unwholesome. In order to aeold tha denser aria
Ins from tlieeeoanrrr, the ethane ed evatewi eiwtwld now
be renorated and Inrlrnrated he a coo res of HOSTKT.
TSK SSroMAOII Biri'KHH. Thla purest and au t
potent of all r.efn1,'e tonle and eihfliraota resiilaiea
the flsnret lira while It renew the etronsth and purines
the Halde of the borir, Willis It sires Hrmneoe and rlsor
U the nerrona orsanlAatlon. Pros from Ul aopleaeant
llaror which reoilere His ordinary Umlo so repulsive,
eompoaed of sitrecteand Jnlceeof theenolosit vese
table Ineigorente ant or.rreol irei, mlnsteel with, a
dlff jalrs etimniant fram which every notions element
baa born etpel'ed, thie renowaed preparation le, la all
reapens, ihererr heel medicine of lie kind thai lb
world has erer known Meeb ie tba epiwtoa at swajn
(iiiehed momlrjof the medical profession, and ts
general vwrdiot of the publlo. after an etnerienoe of
t wentfy ware, daring which 1IONTK TTKH'S UIITKRN
be attained arealer popalaritf and a mors tenair
eele than eny epectlle erev ajveroeed ta toe eorattvo
of the American preee.
9IM1LIA SIMILIBUS CURANTUR.
lltVK lKOVKl. I-HOM THK MO-MT A MP IK
I I tMprriiir. in pntlra uooam : Rlrt !' Womut-
FtTictAnt nrt Khtill. t lif hrm III onl MdUiiDM
Mrfttctir avtiipitwl to r.priir otv tw t.npi thM m
foktif. oannnt l mule tn iiiittR t hmm ; no harro! m to
ln lrft Iroin nanaer, and flu rtlloiunt to h lwe.i
rit t.b l. Thmf hnvm riiMHl tba bihft eomrandAU(
from all, aad Kill tlwiyi rartir utl.iMttota
I.OortM KtMn, (inTtfftftn. Inf1mTnaMnn a;
J, " Woimn, W or n t-mr, urnt Oullu
I, t'rfinf Ikrllo of I cMthinii of InfMia J7
4, liTliinf (JtiH1rD or Adult
I, I yrntry, lUtpin. HilluiiaOoitw
0, )hotfrK-Mnt tian, V nnnt lnc
7. ' 'nu.i, Colli, tironoliliii u&
H, M NHiratK, I ioMlftch, KaCMall
ft, " ItfKiUt h, htrh lloaittvohs. riLco tl6
10, M lttnpniAt Hillntil Htomcb ur
11, N'li'prMiwa, nr 1'ainfal l'rtoft t6
J, WhliM, too urnt ii Ftrrlod VO
1. 't, I'roau, Oonli, ll,tttf;iiit trithii.r -
14. ' H It Hh m in. KrTfti(jala. kriintiona v.
Ift ... Hh4ttittlMn, HhturMo Pttna j
AH I' at art vut un in I IAI.S. untk directum.
containing double quant ttif$wh,fifr (mi
THffi'lhnnina art aim put up in malt and art ami
ttt the iumi prtttt ffiivfi lrlnw.
lit, fmwm aMirl AcnstlilH r Ajatfcf ifj
17, M 1MI, rihnd or hltMln. . hi
IH, Opltmltiij. tt Horn at Wmi Kr rj
IW. 4;irfh. 4VAUt or chrAritc. IoIIumka Au
Al, WlinnpiDi (Jnttvli, Vmlvot Ctoiito bJ
Jl, jiinm, nprirMa nrttninii rtu
ii, Km lh)hrjtx. Impatrtxl UMiinff t
Homfuift, Kiiinrnftl tllamlw, rHwlhnrra .rju
'J4. .nprl llaliiliir, fhrmcul Kmidim no
'Vi, lnlMiT, anil ncuntf Honrnttntia lo
ra nicaniMHi. niciniMM iron Kid I of m
17, Knlay O 4ral fiu
ifet, iNervoan Utthi lif, H.Binai KmiaaloiBa, IDtol
notitrv yictKtmm 1 iki
9W, Hora MnnMi, llnnhxr fc(
A), M 1'rtoarf W ititkntvM, wattinc IhmI CtU
J, ralnftil PaiioilK, with aiianma 5U
fi. Hi.rtrlnii al ohariir( lira lm
aw. ' Kptinti)f,Hprvmti. Hi Vitua hanoa I uu
" ititliatla. Dloaratitd Hira lliroftl 6
)fHb to M arg riati, mnrnrta or mfWoYnl entc,
ctmtaining a ipsfitic Jur nrrjordtnary dittos
aamtty it tutijttt lit, and tnm'ks oj dirtcltnnt , ,
Kmm at 111 tn a.'M
Bmallar Katnlty and Twalm Uataa, liii yu to m
rrom 91, to M
HiKt itti a for all lrtto OUaruaii, both for unnn
and lor pravaDllra Uaattnac.L,ia rlaUaod poclmt
r rom . to fl
Curtt Hiirnt, Nrnittt, t,am'nftt Hrrfnnt,8ort Throaty
Vpniinji, TtfUtacM'', A'um. A, AVuraVinti. M'umatitm,
.umNjfii, ltn, Hoiti, S(ngtt Sot A. M'rding u)
the .Mfi.i, A'w, .Stoma k, oroj Orm. Vkr.
Prirr, li ox., AO tt ; ri'ni, $l.W)y Quartt, $1.75.
I-T" ThaM Harnadta. atoapt PONli'H KX I H AOT,
hyiliaciut or itfirla boi.ara atunt to um Dinof iha
oouuiry, tr uiait or oiiHaaHi CraooC oturf u rooalpt ol
AUdraM llmtiiihrrVw MprrlAo
ll.niif opitihtc ilrillrln roinfuiair
Offlc anil Ifapot, No, tut. Khoadwat, Naw Votk.
Hr. ML'Mi'HRkTH ta oontvltod dally at bUotHoapar
on ally ur by lattar, aa abotr, (ur all forma of diaaaM.
KOHNAI.KRY A I.I. UKl'OOIHIS.
00104110, Iiak-A)tinihauiA A) Van HobaaoH.
Mr. Iiuia, Mo.- Itrown. wItr h tiraiikw,
br. I aul, IdiMi. Juka 4 UorJoo.
TH H Adrartiaor. bavla booo roatorod lo iMaJU m
fow DMka, by a vary urnpla ramotly, oftor bortn anlaa
d aavaral yoara wllb o aovoro Inoff alfaotioo, and UkM
droad dltoaoa, Oonaamptioo la anktona to mak a k 00 wo
to bta follow aoflarora, tbo moaoo of onro.
To ail wuodaalro tt, bo will ootid boopf of tbo do.
aorlption oaod (frooof oharo), with tbo dtrooUooa tor
sparine and nalni tho oamA, which thoy will Hnd
lUUBOUAO Pom OtlNIDMPTION, AinUMA, U MO MUNI
Til, oto. Tho ohjaoi nt tbo odr artlaar la oaadlnji tbo
Praoeriptloa la to banaHt U10 atMlolod, and apload In
formation whloh bo oonoalroato bo tovaloablo ; and bo
tepoa ovary aulfaror will try bto ookady, ao 14 will 000)
tban 001 h (off, and nay provo 0 blaaaln.
Parti Utilnf tho prcMrlpUoo, will ploaao addraat
Hr.V. KUVVAHU A. W 1 1 -HON,
Willlaaiahura:. Klntia Ooonty, Now York.
The most Popular MedichTe Extant
PERRY DAVISAIN KILLER.
rWMIK PAIN KII.I.VRIeoqnalle
M. auPlloabl and ertlcaoioua to Toon or old
X'HR PAIN KII.I.KH
ia hot as Interna! and Vitwraal Reoiedr.
TMIK PAtft KII.I.KH will cure k.r.r
and a sue wh-o other renedlM bar failed.
IHK PAIN KII.I.KRehonld bo need
tba Bret Bum ileeta lion of UoM or Ooatb.
PAIN Kil t PH-
''HK PAIN KII.I.PR
fatLetlr.'at I'auiilr Medlelooof Uisacs,
rVMIK PAIN KII.I.KH
M. WuUaie Palotar'eUoll.
rUK PAIN KII.I.KH
m. le uod for HoaJtle and Burns.
'MIK PAIN KII.I.KH
M. Ilea lb Verdict of Hie People I Its lam.
rilllK PAIN KII.I.KK
tlivee llnler.al Hatiataotioa.
'Mil- PAIN Ml. I. I K
lteare ol iMirauosa and 0pMTaarrr
1IUK PAIN KII.I.KH
a I an alinoHt oortain onr lor OHOLRRA, and
baa, without duuht, been more eaooeaaful In ourtna Uu
aerrltiln dieeaae tliao any other known remedy, or eveu
the moat eminent and aklllful Phyilotans In Indie.
Afrlua aod Uhiiia, where tine dreaittul Staeaae ia eree
more or lea prevalent, the PA IN K I LI, K el u eoaald
red lit the nattrea. a well aa br u ma reaUleata
'Ml K PAIN KlU.KIl-eaoh Bottle
Ja la wrapped wiu fall dlreouove lor !,
'f HK PAIN KII.I.KH le old b
JL Urossieie ana Hewers la faaallf MsdMses.
hold b all Orossleta.
A GOOD FAMrLrKSlCl
AUKS S CXLKHRATKO I.VNQ BALSAM
Onroi Uoiiaha, Oolda and (JouauiupUoa.
ALLKNH Chf.kUHATkO LVHii BALSAM
(Jurat Hronvlhita, Akthna and Croup.
ALLKN H VHt.KhHA IhU LUNQ HAL8AM
Impart tt ran gib 10 ilia ayt-iia.
ALLAN'S VKI.KHKATKO l.VNQ BALSAM
Ii plaaaunt to tako.
ALLKS'S i ht,r.llHA TKI LUNQ BALSAM
alwayacivaatiatiataotioD or tbo money will bo rafundad.
It ia rtaHKn.inntliMl by promtnonl pbaloiaaa; ami wbilo
il la pluaaaui to uka and baruilvaa la lio oatura. it ta a
powarlul ramady for "'"'"i ait ilitwaaaa of lb a Lopja.
ror aala by all O.ucaiJla.
DR. B. O. RICHARDSON'S ' 1 1 "
Sherry Wine Bitters !
Tbe Celebrated New England Ueniedy
Jtiwulice. hhvr ami Aijut, Otntral OebiUty,
and ull ii'sMiim (iritlnq from a IHhot
dereJ mmnuvlt, l.lvtr or licwtli.
Hneb ao Aul.lily of lb Klomaob, Indiaeetion. Heart
buru, Ixaa. of A o,rlii, lloeiiveoieia, illiud and alel
ln Kil.fc INufuat ut rood, Sour KrnuUoas. Hinkiua or
l-luuerln uf Hie Hi nl Hie Htouieua, Uliuueae ol
Viuuu, Vellowowaof IU. Hkin aud hree, Pain le tiie
Hide Haok. Ubms or Uuilia, and lu all ease nbere a
ItjNlU la oeueaeaJ-y.
J. N. Harris & Co , Sole Proprietors,
For salt bf all Medlolue Doalart.
Hold at Milwaukee l U . Bneejuetb Bone, Ureea
rlalluu, klce A Kl.lus. Urako broe., IMuuea, rJuluuldl
lio., aud ail Milwaukee tlruavlaU.
Tba niadstralirnad will ohearf ally mall KKHkt to all
who wihU UUiw Uatiipo and full illruottona fur praiariuAT
and uaiiijraHituul! and UrUMillul Vrumuale Uolnl
that will iiutuoliaily rainovaTon. Krei'Lltto, lMiu
pjf llloiclico, aud all aruptioua and liupui-itiaa of
b aakiu. Uaviu; Ilia aama atift. oluar, itnoolli aod baau
Uf al. llowtll tlm wmit ( r HKK tuittruolioua for pro
ducing;, lv lry atuiplo luaoua, 4 LUitiRiAJt ttauvxa1 v
Ha in on a ball liaad or antootb fooa in Imw tboo)
UitrLydoya froui ttnt appUoattuo. V'ba abova o0 bo
ybiauitad by raluru tuail by feldraMuar 'flttiH. .
OIIAI'MAN, UUatulat, lk4 UruadwayTMaW Vorh..
y. O. but 61 Al. i ,
Itch iHltchn Itch I ! I
I'll Aft II NIHA'rril II BliHATt H II
In from lu to eM liours.
Our, a Th lt h,
tJureeMult It beam.
Curu Bnt'bafs' Hoh,
oar. Old Koraa. , ,
Vum earrji kin J uj humor lite
Price, COc s bot ; tj mall COo,
A.l lreM WKKK8 k Fill li lt 170 Waabuutoa Ht.
k ur eaie by all Drussiala tloaloB, Maea,
II MU II
II q Suit ArM , a