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Or any of its Early Stages, such aaa
COUGK, COLD, CI. BRONCHITIS.
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wutnta than any other Balsam, Conch or Lnsi
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Mrs, Am KmDl, writes from Fainearflle, Ohio,
that she was twenty four years afflicted with Asthma
nd Bronchitis: Doctors fail to core:
"In taking up one of your Almanacs, I read of the
wonderful cures by the use of AUJCK's LuK BalsaX
I was suffering much at the time with Asthma ana
Bronchitis. 1 tuougDt l woam try a oiiie - .
u ... nlrntud in a few days, ao that I could sit up.
1 am srxty-tive years of aire. It is now twenty-four yean
sinee i have been so afflicted, and I nave been aoctorea
k iffAmnt nhvsicians: have also taken a num
ber of bottles of .layne's Kipectorant; and I have never
taken anything that has done me so much rood ma your
Lung Balsam. 1 can not upnn u
r i - n tnr muiv veara. 1 am ao much
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writes us. He says that he was sick for three years with
a bard, dry cxxiKh, and. at time, a pain in the side and
breast, until last November.
-I was taken with severe pains in my breast- I called
a doctor who told me it was Consumption, and tbere
waretof forme, and I must die-that my nght una
was entirely gone. 1 bud for a month in despair, think
in? that r must leave my hole family in this wicked
worl.1 without care and support. W MOm
J.,. txprrlomnt and out no nttef. unul in i ebroary
I happened to get one of your Almanacs, and read of the
m-ru.V A lias's Lr BAU.W I sent to Red W . mfc
Minn., and got two bottles of it, and through its happy
effect I was brought to my leet aein."
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One of the great triumphs of Homoeopathy is the cure
of diseases of Domestic Akmals. The Horse, the
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,.. i. .m,iiur. Some diseases incurable by the ordi
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rapidity of thecure is perfectly delightful. Noonewhc
has witnessed the astonishing cures performed on
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Specifics would willingly subject them to the barbarity
tortures and the lingering uncertainty of the old system.
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. Heaves, Broken or Thick Wind, Lang Fever,
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BUdder. . ....
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tried by this criterion H outfitter's Stomach Bit! ers stand
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nature of the ingredients is n. mystery. It con ists
an absolntoly pure diffusive stimulant, tinctured
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roof and barks and herbs. The oharmacoocea has its
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gle root or bark or plant is present in each. Not one
them combines the tnree properties of a tonic, and
n aperient. All these elements are blended in the
Bitters: nor are these the sum of its medicinal reoom"
mendations. It is also a blood depurent and an anti
spasmodic ..." ..
The baleful effect which air that has been partially
exhausted of fta oxygen by rrequent breathing produces
on the vital onranizatiou, is noionons, ana when to this
devitalized atmosphere is superadded 'he raephitic
vapor of hot air furnaces, it becomes deleterious ard
depressing in the extreme. To enable the system to
bear up. even for a few hours each day against the de
bilitating influence of a vitiated atmosphere, a whole
some tonic snd alterative is urgently required. This
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in a chair, you must sit and suffer, in the morning wish
ing it was night, and at night wishing it was morning.
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The Advertiser, having been restored to health 19 a
few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having suff -,
ed several years with a severe lung affection, and that
dread disease. Consumption, is anxious to make known
to his fellow sufferers, the means of cure.
To all who desire it, be will send a copy of the pre
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pre par and using the same, which they will had a
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tion which he conceives to tMravalsable; and he hopes
every sufferer will try his remedy, as It will scat them
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partial wising the prescription win please address
Ext. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamson, Kings County, Kew York.
On the 16th day of March we will commence the
publication of a charming Novel in the Wimi
WiscoKaM. entitled "KATHIE BRAND E. A FiM
btdz History, by Holm Lei," to be foUowed by
another equally interesting. Any person sending
us $1.00 shall receive the Wikkxt Wisconsin eight
months and all the numbers of two most charming
Xovela. New subscribers will receive back num
bers when reonesting them. This offer to hold
good till the 1st day of May. A d dress, carefully,
CBASTEB, AIKEN8 A CBAMEB, Milwaukee, Wis.
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ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A GEXTLEM AN who suffered for years from Kervons
Debility Premature Decay, and all the effects of youth
ful indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering humanity.
send free to all who need it, the receipt and directions
lor ip'""C the simple remedy by which he was eureo.
Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertiser's experienoe
by addressing, in perfect confidence,
JOHN B. OGDEN.
No. C Cedar street. New York.
The New English System.
recently been transferred .to the control of
the poeteffice authorities, nd a number of
changes ana moaincauouo uio m wo
qnence been made in the fystem, the r
nita f w;hirh remain to be tested. The
following interesting partic alar s are con
from the London papers:
Th transfer was made on tne ZJtn 01
Jannarv. bnt the actnal opening of the new
- . . 7 , 1 1L.
posUl telegrapn omces iook piaco on me
6th of February. It is expected that under
tb nw arrangement tne commnnity vrui
gain largely at once, ana rery consiaeraoiy
. - . . 1 ,
a little later, m three particular, namaiy
in cheapness, in cxtenaea lacmnes, ana
in crpaier sssaiaucB w lwiuuMu,
.nrrfntriPKB and secrecy. The - charge
for telegram of not more than
twenty words . will. t a snuiing
from any one place to any other place with
in the United Kingdom the names and
addresses of the Bender and receiver being
hw and for each additional nve woros
thr nence will be asKed. leiegrams
may be repeated, at the option ol tne
sender, by paying one-halt the ordinary
tarifL The charge lor trans mission covera
the cost of delivery by special loot messen-
opt within a mile of the terminal telegrapn
ic station, or witcm the limit of the town
nnKtal dt-liverY of that omce, when it is a
hAftf! office and the delivery extends for
mnra than a mile from it. .
The nreliminarv administrative wort has
been euormoua, ana nas somewnat cu.ca."
a the development anticipated at starting,
, . V . . 1 i
Rnf. after all drawbacks have been made,
the wal improvement ib great, as may be
inferred from the fact that the number of
fplppTRnhic omces m London ana its near-
pr un hnrbs alone will be from 200 to 2f 0.
The toal mileage of wire within the unit
ed Kingdom now setuea or in lmmeaiaie
orosDect ia 66,000 miles, of which 39,000
are on lines of railway, C.000 miles repre-
KPct abort extenBions ana al.uuo mues the
rru l : r
wires aionff- common ruaus. aiiw ut ui
mtnffifiea "at which messages . will
he forwarded, transmitted or receiv.
ed, is not yet complete, ana will,
of course, constantly receive aaaiuona.
But one rule may be safely laid down for
rmblie Guidance, Jvery postomce an
Dillar-box will be a receiving place formes
sAees. If the 6ender desires promptitude,
he had better direct to the nearest tele
rrraph office, where, besides, securing quick
dispatch, he can, if he pleases, arrange for
speedy delivery; if, on the other hand, he
is not particular tor an nour, more or less,
he has only to deposit his message, stamped
and directed as a telegram, in the nearest
box, and he has no further trouble. The
number of hours during which a postal
telerrraph office will be open will average
about twelve a day. say from 8 a. m, to 8
p. m. ; but the practice will vary according
to the locality, in some large towns, as
Liverpool and Glasgow, offices being open
all night, and in others extra hours being
civen for press messages.
a - . i i ,
The use oi stamps in payment oi tele
grams is a further valuable feature of the
new system, btamps, oi various amounts,
from one penny up to five shillings, are to
be on sale at all the o ffices- Forms for
messages, singly or in books, are also to be
on sale. The enumeration of the number
of words is rendered quite unnecessary, by
the simple process of dividing each line in
to five spaces, in each of which a word
must be written. A marginal note shows
the charge for each line. All forwarded
messages, whether inland or continental,
Indian or American, are to be entered and
sent in the order of receipt from the pub
lic. The postal officers are given io under
stand that the messages are to be regarded
as strictly confidential communications
and that any breach of confidence will be
visited with severe punishment; they are
further enjoined to show no favor or affec
tion in the retransmission or delivery of
messages. No stranger - is . to be
admitted to, the instrument room of
any postal telegraph office
"without the written authority of one
the secretaries of the General Post-Office,"
and even then he is not to be allowed to go
near the instruments while they are at
work, or to send the messages. When
news telegrams have to be delivered to
more than one proprietor of a newspaper
or news-room in one and the same town,
every exertion must be made to effect a
simultaneous delivery, without favoring
any one. So jealously, in fact, are the
rights of the pubiio guarded, that even
messages which are 'indecently or obscenely
worded, or which appear to con
tain abusive, libellous, or slanderous mat
ter," must not be refused by a counter-clerk
at his own discretion; he must take the
opinion of his superior offieer, and abide
by that decision.
But one all-important point has still to
b considered, and that is the source
whence the numerous skilled staff required
to undertake so extensive a duty will be
supplied. A large and efficient body of op
erators was transferred from the companies
to the Post office, and, in addition, learners
brought by hundreds from various parts of
the country have for months been at work
with the instruments selected. The pottmasters
throughout the kingdom, with
members of their families, readily acquired
the practice of the instruments, and the
achievements of each learner have been
rigidly tested by experienced telegraphists
employed for the purpose.
A hall in . the general postoffice is now
used as an instruction school, and there
young men and women may be seen prac
ticing all day, singly oc in couples; dex
terity of manipulation thus attained being
foilowed op by exercises in transmitting
messages to one another. The telegraphic
instruments to be employed in the vari
ous offices throughout Great Britain will
be the single needle, the bell, the Morse
printer, the Hughes's type-printer, Wheatstone's
automatic instrument and Wheat
stone's ABC instrument the last, how
ever, being' retained chiefly for private
lines, and seldom for pubiio messages.
Wheatstone's automatic and Hughes's type
printing instrument will be in use in none
but offices of the first-class, and those
chiefly used for general tranamission will
be the single needle, the bell and the
New Glazxxo Ptttx. A new glazing
putty, known as thermo-plaatic putty,- has
been recently introduced into England, and
applied to fasten glass into the roofs of rail
way stations, greenhotiS'B, and other struc
tures where iron sashes are employed. This
article hardens in a few hours after being
used; but when exposed to solar heat uf
ficient to cau:e an txnsion of the glass
and metal, becomes plastic, and on cooling
again hardens to its original firmness, thus
obviating the danger of breakage, which is
so frequent when ordinary glazier's putty
is employed, 1 '
HrnxsuT A Edsaix's, leading wholecals
druKeibts of the Northwest, corner Lak
street and Wabash avenue, Chio&go.
THE GULF STREAM.
Prof Maury Advances Some New Theories
Concerning the Ocean Wonder
—The Most Northerly Harbor in the
World Never Closed by Ice.
From the New York Tribune Feb. 11.
The announcement that Prof. T. B.
Maury would lecture on the "Gulf Stream,"
before the Polytechnic israncn oi tne Amer
ican Institute, attracted a large audience
at their rooms in the Cooper Institute last
nichL After the usual reading oi scien
tific items by Prof. Tilnian, the speaker of
the evening was introduced. With the aid
of several large charts ana maps, ne traced
the equatorial current of the Atlantic from
the Western coast of Africa, and showed
how it formed the great commercial high
way known as the Gulf Stream. This cur
rent, he claimed, is more than 1,000 times
larger in volume than the Mississippi river.
It moves across the Atlantic on the track
of a great circle of the earth. Combating
the prevailing notion that the shores and
banks of Newfoundland deflect the current
from its natural and normal path, evidence
was brought to show that it moved in obe
dience to the diurnal rotation oi tne giooe
on the one hand. and. on the other, that,
being of a different specific gravity from
the waters of the Polar Sea, it seeks to find
an Mn ilihrinm bv changing places with
Th Tifiwnositions were advanced Dy tne
lecturer as to this mysterious flow of the
ocean. He denied that the usual easterly
curve of the Gulf stream (as the maps give
itv hv which it is made to sweep toward
t) Aznre and around to the shores of
Africa, have any existence, lhere is a
current an offshoot, apparently recur
ring in this direction, but it is a mere
drift Thw, he explameo, is causea Dy tne
"brave west winds, or, more properly,
southwest winds, which, he said, "every
where on the globe, north of the Tropic of
Cancer, are the same." 'ine true vruii
Stream, however, flows on in a migmy
and resistless course. Even as far north
as Hammerfest, in Norway, the most
northerly town in the world, it makes its
genial and balmy influence felt. In 1831
the harlior of St. Johns, Newfoundland,
1,800 miles south of Hammerfest, nad
been frozen up as late as the month oi
June. But the harbor of Hammerfest has
never been known to be closed by ice, even
Mr. Maury advanced the idea also, mat
the Gulf Stream is much more than its
name purports. It is not a mere stream
from the Gulf of Mexico, but a volume
nearlv as large as the great equatorial cur
rent itself. Though the stream, as it comes
through the narrows of Honda, is a thous
and times as large as the "iatner oi
Watpra" at New Orleans, it is aiterwara
reinforced by an immense shaving of the
main equatorial currentknown as the North
west Branch, xnis Doay oi water uewg vi
the same or nearly the same temperature
and gravirv as the Gulf Stream proper,
readily "unites with it after the latter has
passed the Bahamas. The lecturer then
read a letter frem Capt Silas Brent (the co
workers of Commodore Perry in nis japan
expedition), whom he had consulted on tne
views he entertained, and who, in a clear
and concise statement, indorsed his reaa-
TF this be true, tne lecturei eaiu, iuo
views now entertained by geographers of
the climatic power of the Gulf Stream must
undergo a serious revision, if not a decided
revolution. It would no longer be regard
ed as the comparatively small isaue through
the Narrows of Bernini, but a stream more
than donble as larce. and one which was
fully equal to the office claimed for it, of
penetrating the regions of the extreme
north, and breaking through the massive
ice-walls which surround and guard the
avp.nnea to the Pole itself. The "blue
r-nlnr and "Dhosphorescent." features of
the Gulf Stream were described and ex
plained. Prof. Maury compared the uull
Stream to the Milky Way, because its
warm water at nieht was made by the my
riad insects to glow and sparine use a sea
"The Holy Grail."
Manv. doubtless, have been not a little
perplexed at the meaning of these strange
ly sounding words, the theme of the new
poem with which the Laureate of England
is now delighting the lovers of poetry. We
find in one of our English exchanges this
The Holy Grail was a cup made of a sin
gle precious stone, from which the Saviour
of mankind was said to have drank at the
Last Supper, which was afterward filled
with blood flowing from his wounds on the
cross, which was said to have been brought
into this country by Joseph of Arimathea.
According to the old legend, this mythical
vessel miracnously disappeared one day
from the custody of it keeper; and thence
forth it was the highest ambition of all
worthy knights to go in search of it, and if
possible to effect its recovery. ine yue6i
of the Holy Grail" forms an important and
verv beautiful rart of the old romance of
King ArtDur, compiled, in me reign oi
Henrv VIL. bv Sir Thomas Jlalory a wor
from which Mr. Tennyson has derived sev
eral of the materials of his Arthurian po
ems. The adventure was at length achiev
d by Sir Galahad, the virgin knight in act
and thought, oi wnom ju.r. xennyson,
vears aeo. wrote a charming ballad poem.
In the longer and more ambitons produc
tion now given to the world, the adventures
of several of Arthur's knights in their
search after the wondrous cup, are related
by Sir PercivaL now become a hermit, to
his fellow-recluse, Ambrosias. The narra
tive, however, is preceded by a shorter
poem, called "The Coming of Arthur," in
which the miraculous origin of the great
wamor-king is described.
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Asbest that terribla Catarrb, and tbna
avoid a conumptlve'a grave, by usiiig Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy. It'a not warranted
to cure Consumption when the lnnga are half
consumed, nor to make men live forever, nor
to make this earth a blissful Paradise to
which heaven eh all be bnt a aide-show, bnt
the proprietor will pay 1500 reward for a cage
of Catarrh which he cannot core. Send by
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other blood diseases. It eonta'ax,
besides the Iodide of lUtsxa and
Syrup of Siillingia, drugs impcrf
ed from Sweden for its 'express
manufacture, unknown it. ' vot
kept by apothe
caries in this
single trial tcill
convince the most
skeptical of its
Blood Pills are
any J 'ill manu
factured for a
One trial inva
riably establishes them as favorites
with all iclto use them.
The reasons tehy Dr. Huback's
Blood PiUs should be kept in ev
enfamily are: Because they can
be employed in all cases where a
''family physic" is required, and
are perfectly safe tn their admin
istration at all times; ' Because
they are made
both with and
adapting them io
the use of every
body; - Because
they can be pur
chased at any
drug stsrs at the
price of twenty
five eent 8. pa
box. : .
For Sale by Druggists
and Dealers 'in Talent
A REGULAR GRADUATE OF MEDICINE,
aa diploma at eafice will show, has been ogej
engaged in the treatment of Venereal, Sexual ana
Privaks Diseases than any other phjaiciaa ia bt
nhilla. Gonorrhea, Gleet Stricture. Orchitis.
Heriaand Rupture: all Urinary Diaee and
Synbiliticor Mercurial Anlictiuoeof the Ibroat,
akin or bones are treated with unparalelled sucowa
Spermatorrhea, Sexual DebiUty and lmpotency,
as the result of self abuse in youth, sexual excess,
in matureryearsorothsvuseaand whh produce
some ef the following effects, aa nocturnal emis
sions, blotches, debility.dizxinees, dimness of sight,
confusion of ideas, evil forebodings, aversion to
society of females, lo" of memory snd sexual power,
and rendering niamage Improper, are perma-
nThei)octort opportunities in hospital and Private
practice are nnsurpswed in St. Louis or an. other
citv backblesof St. Umiis papers prove thai he has
been located there longer by years than anyothera
advertisina, Toe establishment, library, laboratory
andpointment. are unrivalled in th. Mm est, no,
Inrssed anywhera Age, with expenenoaeanb.
relied noon, and the doctor can reter to many phy
Xboct the oountry Upsuoceesand
present position h. stands without a competitor.
The Writings of a Physician wbeee repu
tation ia Union-wide should bo
Doctor WanTrnrB publishes a MEDICAL
P AM PHLET relating to venereal diseases and tbe
disastrous and varied TOnseqaences ol tbuse,
frtr two ettirnpsa. XUH pujaiciaua w . ,7 1
Communication conuaeuui. ""-v a
eostyoa nothing, t'rbce central, yet retired
ErJ!VrhMli street, rit Louis-Ma Houra
k A. M. to 1 P. at. Sundays 13 to a P. JC
ALLCOCS'S P0S0U3 PJoASTEE
russtwnri pecalisr qnalitiea aa an equalizer of tbe eiren,
latkm and aa a support a sort of eztra akin in all mua
oular aad nervous pains, whether of th. side, head
kidneys, or back ; and ia sciatica they should be applied
at enca They are now widely nsed in hospitals, Dotn
in America and Europe, and approved by all pnysicians.
They give immediate relief in Lumbago aa well sain
pain, of th. aid. aad back, whether they proceed from
weakness, fatigue, or other causes.'
Seaside House, Rockaway Beach, Sept. L 1&&
Msasra Aixcocx A Co.. Sing Sing:
GESTLEMCJt Your Plasters have wonderful qualities,
snd every traveler should have them by hint. ' My guests
give great accounts of their efficacy. Some cured of
eougha; some of rheumatic pains; some of severe pains
in the breast, side and back. In sciatia aad kidney
sffsetiona their spohcation ia equally successful. I my
self was attacked with a sever pain in my left kidney
I was in agony for twenty-four houra At length I
applied one of your PUstera The pain soon began to
abate, and ia the soars, of a few boars was entirely
removed. I send yon thi. that yen may publish it if you
think walL I am yours, A. D. FAILING.
Proprietor of the Ssaaida House.
New Yoee. August 13, tvSL
Thomas Aixoogb A Ctx, Sing Sing:
For years I bar. suffered from inflammation of the
kidneys, my physicians gave me bat httle rebef, and 1
moved about like an old man, bent down by years f
snAering. At length your Porous Plasters were recom
mended to ma I appbed one to each kidney, and the
relief was immediate ; I wore them for thirty days, when
By back and kidneys were perfectly well and I was
onee more able to walk erect. I think the half of the
virtues ef your Plaarera jet remain to be tofd, but shoold
any on wish to hear thereof, I shall be pleased to tell
of my experience. I am yours, respectfully,
THOMAS M. JACKSON,
tat Kaat Thirty saeood street.
PRINCIPAL AGENCY, '
Sold by all Druggist. ' .
A Book for the Million
fill I lifVl to "to on ths
VT IV AlAJa lobyeioloifical myw
teriea and revelations of the seinai srstem. with th
latest discoveries in regard to oSapnng, how to preeerv
the complexion. Aa
This is an in teres tine work of 234 paces, with numer
ous engravings, snd contains valuable information for
those who are married or contemplate marriage, still it
is a book that should be kept under lock and key, and
not laid careiesly about the house.
bent te any one (tree of postage) for r irry Lents.
Address Dr. Butts Damans. Na Li North Eightl
street, M. Louis, Mo.
rev-Natice t th Afflicted and Unfortunate
Befnra annlvin tn the, niaonoal Ouac 'a who advertise
In public papers, or nmg sny vacJt K pernf?
Dr. Butts' work, no matter waat your disease aa, or now
deplorable your condition. . . :1
lir. Butte can be consulted, personally. by mail, en
toe diseases mentioned in his worka Omce NoU .Norta
r.ighth street, between Market and Chestnut St.
IjOuis. Mo. .
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
THE GREAT SC0rKI?.G HE'.UDY.
ytrn. 1 Cures Colio' and Griping ia Price
Wbitcoinb's,' the Bowels, and facilitates- i'i
Syrap. ) tbe process of Teething. ) Out.
Mrs, i Snbdoe. Coovnlraons end Pric
a,llit4-olnb,.' overcomes all diseases incr
. Syrup. ) dent to iafanuand C'hildrea) Cents.
Mr. ) Cures Diarrhea, Dysentery,! Price
Wliitcwib'ar Summer Complaint ia ChU- 'A-
syrup. . J dren ot all agea ) Ceuta.
It is toe Great In rant's snd Children's Soothing Rem
edy in all disorders brought on by Teething or sny other
cause. PraiiareU by th CrnlLou Jletticine Co..
St. Louia mo, . , .
Sold py druaXMtsand ilmliin m medicinassteiyeUere.
,TlrANTD:-AiE-NTS!-A KM Hunting
f Cane Watch Freel-Clive. gratia to every u.
man who wul set as sgent in a new, liut and honorabi.
buainesa paying t'M per day, sure. NoGiilAaterpnsa
No Humbug. ,CA soid in one week. '
Addresa R. MONROK JLiNNEDY A CO.,
Wm - Read-fe-Son?.
13 Faueuil 'Hail Square, Boston.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS LY
!!.tURtr,l,?rn,,,J,,il' 1r" Double
BREE CH-LO A3ER
er's." -W. Kichards. of Liverpool," lincs.,v:
"PopeX" "FU:s'.snd all other KnaOish nZu Aa
the "Koper" and all orber American makes.
We otler an English Laminated Meet Breecb-Lnarline
Double t.un. coniDlete with imDlemeuta ic& Lwri...
from '11 in currency upwards, and an American from
neai r.ngiMn uminateq steel, neutral awe,
complete, for ( ;i
As a 1 rur Guns are made for us. expressly to order.
Siwrtemen are invited to examine our rtock or send for
price list before purchasing elsewhere.
A Ijo every article in the line of TACKLE. SHKT.LS,
EtP,.'.?1ti' iiam Fnghsh leather Square GUN
CAsaS, I LA&KS, POUCHES, Aa.Ao. Also
r ' 's brawhee TTie celebrated "Toct" make rmt-
eu Koo. for rtaas. Sainton n,l 1'mnt h.hin i,i Sn..t
J;111 boo. Hombiam, Ann and Lancewood. best all Split
' fuvor .Tiouuungs. inree joint iy
Kod, .$i: ditto, with Ash Butt and fTomblam Hecoud
t ie 1LLA'' "" w, cneapex uuaiiiiea, oown te o.
. -ww wwiiuk irura a uivaooa, oy seouing
c I escri ption of what they want, will be served as Weil aa
A large stock of medium and low rice Guns, sai tab la
inr kibbine uada
WHOI.ES Alal; AND RETAIL..
Hospital report, on CATARRH have proven that iC
run be emd by a new ivmeJj diicoT3rr1 by Dr. Sjzuond
M. La. G. P. Lei every pUysieutn nd all sufferers kit tfc
m triiU and be oonrincL M-iild on receipt o( $1, wiri
rull dilutions. Diwases of ('best Hsa, LanT nd
Heart made specially, by staling symptaam aiu4 a. e,
with LuO lee. Addretis bim
DRAWER Cliieatto, Hi.
VOICE FXIOIM THE
"I feel that I do th
sporting pubiio a set
vice in calling thr
attention to the .
ail a swaas
Its performance thia
season was more than
creditable, it was aim
W. U. H, McaaAl
Practical morumra sav the Maynard Rifle and Shot
Guns come nearer supplying all the requirements 01 a
sporting weapon than any other in use
descriptive uircitlars witn rnce U3i ana iar,n
Hrpreeentatiims sent on request. Address
JSASS. Arwjaa U., tulcopeeraus, Jiaaa
rANTED-Salesmen on Salary or Commission.
4B tlanhiiai nractical knowieoae of tbe care of
Poultry- Addrees, with stamp, IL Pitman A CO.. lynn.
Mass., Sole Prop'r ef "The American r.gg Producer."
SAWS ! AXES ! SAWS I
SAWSef all descriptiona AXES. BFLTTNO and
MILL PC RN la B INC. S. CIRCULAR SAWS wita
Solid Teeth or with Patet AMl'bTABlJK Points.
euverior to a" hrtd Tcr'k Sam.
lr inrM Kniarrn.j9i
f Send for Price l ist and Circulars Jt
WELCH ck tiKIKFITH
Boeton, .Massu, ar Detroit, Jljca.
Eloomirg Plants, Seed3 and Trees
. Price) Reduced for 1S70.
Send for it free. ELLIOTT BROS. A BURGESS,
.Nik 114 Market street. nttsDorg, ra
READ EEFCilE TUF!ril!!9 AWAT.
HEAVY PAYMENTS MET WITH A FTYE'
Itittle Hisk witii Pair Prospects of
Try It ! We pledge ourselves to give each of th
follosrinjr articles enumerated below -
for 1-ive Dollar.
A HHel Property. - valued at
A Pair of Trottinsr IIorte, "
A ( tiirkering'e 1 aiM-ert t.rand, "
A Trttin llorwe, vbloodedl
A Meinway Piano, '
A Double t arriaae,
H Kowweed Piamte,
1 0( Pure t.old t atrhea,
1 shewing .ilachinra,
1 (!0 Solid tiold . bailie, "
11X1 ltd i:nltl RinitM.
And sHher Uilte, rained at 85ii
fn addition to the ahoee we -jrill give with every lOLth
drder received before the 1st ot March. U'D, a tield
t bain, and with each iM.to order a liuld Watch
and 1 hnin. Wih earn order isa Gift. Numbers man
1 to "ili.iM) inclusive are written in a book, and agama.
each number some one of tbe above gifts is written.
All communications strictly conndentiaL hacb mem
berof tbe nrm reliable, and has pledged bis individual
estate to the fulfillment of tbe company's pledges.
bend your orders at once to
11. DODD, Afenl Eureka Gtft Co.,
Box 331. Saratoga, New YrU.
Far first-clas. new 7 Octave Ilanw.
Benton trial U. S. PlAO C.. Nsw x'orsv.
CAIX 212 CTJUSD.
Those having friends afflicted are earnestly solicited
to send for a CIRCULAR LE'i'Tfclt Of RaFaR
ENCfcS snd TEST1MUM 1ALS, which will oonvinoe tn
most skeptical of the CL'KABiLl TV of tbe Dl.MLASta.
Address VAN BUKKN LL'CKROW, M D.,
36 Great Jones St. -N Y. City.
A lalnsical Sex lor Two Dollars.
TnF. FRENCH GREAT SENSATION Eight
select airs. Imminently adapted l r tJ drawin
nomtabla Na t, t tunes,l; No.a, U tuns. No. 4.
H tune, it-'x Sent by mail on receipt of price. Orders
to tbe amount of ib sent C. O. 11; one dollar must
accnmony the order to insure it; the balance (4) to be
paid when gooda are received. Senti three-cent stamp
tor new illustrated catalogue, with bat of tunes.
Addrese BAKK.LKY A CO..
SS Liberty street New York.
BY SENDING 35 CENTS, with age, height,
coluc of eye and uair, yon will receive by return
niAii, a correct picture of your fatnre husband or wife.
srith same and Sate of marriage.
Addretis W. FOX.
P. O. Drawer Na . FnJ ton villa. New York
6J HOWS HOW TO DOUBLE THE PROFITS OK
29 THK FARM, and how fanners aad their son. eaa
sioo rzn xvzoriTzz
in Winter. 10,UW oopiee will be mailed free to farmers.
Send name and sddress to '
.tAOLt-K. MiXiVRDY A CO Chicago. HL .
In tbe Bonndleaa Went and Sunny Somr. .
tlow. .hi and where to nud them. All about tbe woi.
darful progress and great resources of tbe oountry.
New. fretth lUtereMUoa sod popular. One voluma k IB.
illustrations. Pnceiow. Ararechanoetomakemeae;.
Sena tor circular. Pt-UKUt'S x'OAilUAilAAU CO.,
hat atate street, Chicago, 111.
V -'--iwais rvirr x- --Z.
No HlTVBtTa. It is rrarranted to euro last or impaired
Taste, Smell or Hearing. Wstering or Wees
Offensive Breath, Ulcerated Throat or .Month. Pain and
rressur in tbe Head, and 1 on or atemorv. wuen
caused, a all ot them frequently are. by the ravages of
Catarrh. It a pleasant and paiulew to use, contains no
strong poisonous or caustic drugs, but enree by us mttd
onhtf actvm. .....
I wiil p.iy Reward for a ease oi catarrn uat 1
cannot cure. . -
Far Sale by snast Druggists Evrxywhere.
PalCI OXLT M Cl.- 5.
If your Druggist has not vet got it on sale, doat b
put od with some worse than worthies strong stuff,
"iumigator," or poisonous caustic solution, which will
trire ihe disease to tne Ihi instead of curing it. but send
sixty cents to m and the remedy will reach yon by
return mail Four packages, post-paid, ii: one dozen
Send a two eent stamp for Dr. Sage's Pamphlet on
Catarrh. Address. the proprietor.
It V, PalKCE. 31. D.. Buffalo. N. Y.
m,Ir.lTF.I).-:iT' W.DW I.ABORINO MEN aad
W W u (l i i. tr. UWor at their homes or travel. Dart
or all of the time. Will send a sample to commence
with free. - A. B. CLARKE A Co.,
The value of this work is no longer Questioned. Mar
than .taj farmers, in every State ia the Cnion, have
oed it the past year, and. from all these comes oce
universal voice of approval. Thousands of dollars hav
already been made, and hundreds of thousand can ynf
be made by following iia directions : tbe materials ar '
on every farm withbut expending a dollar. Every far
mer. stocs Kaiser, traruener and rruit Cultunst can '
easily doable all his pronta Published in K.ngluh snd
Cerman 5.000 comes ordered the tint 1) days of 1PA.
Ths sale is immense wherever introduced. Fsrmera
and enargetic young men wanted in every township to
set a agents on very liberal terms, baud nam and
sddress ior Circular to Zb-ltiLKJi MCCURDY A CO..
dV 31iiro strvet, Chicago