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THE GREATEST -.
- - of "the age,'
DR. KEXNEQT'S RHEUMATIC
AKD NEURALGIA DISSOLVENT.
-'Reader, 70a nw Consider thi a sort of spread eagle
headineucat I mean every word ef it. 1 have been
there. When roar system is racked with
RHECMATIC " '
pain, and you cannot even tarn yourself in bed, or Bitting
in a chair, yon most ait and suffer, in the morning wish-
leg it was night, and at night wishing K was morning.
Wnen yon hare
when every nerve in yonr being is like the sting of a
wasp, circulating the most venomous and hot poison
around toot heart, and driving roe to the very verge
V aosAness: . When you have the . . : - . -'
, : , SCIATICA.
-. 'that t hare fnst rot. through with.) that most awfol
most heart-withering, most strength destroying, most
- . c Bint-breaking and mi mi-weakening of all diseases that
can aliiict our poor human nature.- When you hare tne
lying and writhing in agony and pain, unable to tarn
" yourself in bed, and every movement will go to youi
Yrt Hko a knife! now tell me. if rebel and cure of any
nf thM. (iiwuuM in a few days is not the Greatest
Medical Blessing ef the Age, tell ns what is I
DIRECTIONS TO CRR Too wffl take atahlespoon.
f ul and three spoonfals of water three times a aay, and
" in a few days every particle of rheumatic and neuralgic
yain will be dissolved and pass off by th kidneys.
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Schmidt, Milwaukee ; McCulloch A MoOord. LeCtOPe;
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-.At retail br all drugriatB. Price, $1.60.
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SIMILIA- SIMLLIBUS CTT2AHTUE..
- - ' . HUMPHREYS'
Have proved, from the most ample experience,
uooe Simple -Prompt - hthcient and KebAble.
, ! . j , MrfAAtw .rlanted topopn-
1 uey are uie mi) jucuit-mc. - - . - in
lar use-so simple that mistakes; cannot be imade in
.;. rtwn. hrml- aa to be tree rrom ammci,
so ec.ent as to be alwsys rehble. They have raised
the highest commendation from all, and will always
render satisfaction. - - ' .
. 1, Unres FeTera, Congestion. Inflammat-ona -a
8, " Worms, Worm Fever. Worm Cob
5, " Crvius-t olic, or Teething of Infante..
4, - IHarrhcr-a of Children or Adulta
'5, "iilysnKTT, Criplng, Bilions CoHe. ....
6, " C'holerti-Morbns, Vomiting
" t'0UBU, Colds, Bronchitis """Z
nralfria. Toothache, Faoeaohe... -
0. r ; Headache, Sick Headache, Vertigo.,...-;
10, ' Dyarx-p-sia, BOions Stomach.
U, t Suppressed or Painful Periods..
13,' " White, too profuse Periods... .... -
,. x rvni-h. Difficult Breathing
li Halt Rheum, Erysipelas, ErupUons. 21
n. . . Ti,unw-tir Pains... , &
1 : itnrniDaunnii ' 1
. 1-pir.c wiYL titree iumA. ron
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i,e.ff'ovig are almpuip in vtals and art' "
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T-r 1 Ti;ni4 KlArtrinaT. ......W
- Opthnlmy,androrWeaJcEyea. SL
- t"litarrh-Acute or Chronic, Influenza. .. -6t
" hooping C'ouiih, Violent Cough.. .,...51
u . . nnnrurl Breathing
ASlniB""!'!" - &
. i'-- niarcrs. Impaired Hearing.; Ji
" Scrofula- Enlarged Glands, Swellings,... 50
- General Debility, Physical Weakness. . .5u
Drops v, and Scanty Secretions t. .
Sea-Sickness, Sickness from Riding
2 t.'tj. mBMHP. firav;I.
Ilriiilitv. Bemwai x.mu
sions, lnvolnntary xiscnarKea.
Sore Month, Canker
I rinary Weakaenn, Wetting Bed. .
PaiiUal P'riod, with Spasms
SnUerings at chance of life . -
Epilepsy, Sp-ems, St Viros' Dance...
Diptberia, Ulcerated Sore Throat ,
; - FAjnr.Y cases . - ;
Of:t5 to 60 Targe Tial,moroeco orrose
wood -. eontaiiiinc a speo.ilie lor
... .nlinarv !lM-aMe WL laiti.i IS
object t- and book- ol direct""-1 0 to S35
Smaller Family and
it 2 vials.
...... ......... From N-j to SS
o-c-:fics fer " Privale Di-nwrm boib for
iirin and ior I'rri'CiSUve.treatment. in
, .viais and pocket oases . trom .to
J.-JJ- POXD'S EXTRACT, - . - ;
'nre-i Burns, Rrnixes, I Jimeness, JT"
Siire Throat. Spnims. Totliael-e, l arai lie,
Venrals-ia, Rlienniau-ri, l.iinibnato, mii-s
Lntum, Nowe. Slouiacu, or ol 1'iles, Corns.
Prit e, -2, 50 cents; Pints, 81.00: Quarts.
frT These Remedies, except POND'S EXTRACT,
bv the case or single hoi. are sent to any part of the
country, by mail erexpeess, free of charge, on receipt
of the price.
AM. LETTERS MUST BE ADDRESSED :
Hnmphreys' Siecifie . : r
; Ilomapopalhic Medicine t'oHipany,"
" " Office and'Depot, Jia 562 BboadtvaT, Tort
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. '
Wwrtwxr. Ao3rra.-Bnrnham A Van. Scbaack,
" Hurlburt A Edsall. Chicago. Ills. ; Jenks A jrflon,
"t Pant Minn. : Brown, Webber A Graham. St. Louis,
Mo.; Farrand. Sheley A Co., Detroit, Mich.
Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup,
For all Diseases of the Lungs and Respiratory Organs
4Schenck's Seaweed Tonic, for Dyspepsia and Indiges
tion. Schenck's Mandrake Pills, for Liver Complaint.
TThese popular medicines have now been hef ore the
vublic nearly forty years, and the reputation they have
"attained renders it useless to puff th m. Thousands
ho htrs been benefitted by their has, testify to their
Itmay"ba asked, by those who are not familiar with
the virtues of -these great remedies, "How, does Dr.
Schenckt medicines effect their wonderful cares of
The answer is a simple one. They begin their work
tn restoration J bringing the stomach, liver and bowels
into an active, healthy condition. It ia food that cures
this formidable disease. Schenck's Mandrake Pills act
on the liver and stomach, promoting healthy secretion,
and removing the bile and slime which have resulted
from the inactive or torpid condit on of these organs
and of the system generally. This sluggish state of the
body and the consequent accumulation of the unhealthy
ubstaaoea tamed, prevent the proper digestion of
food, and ar a natural consequeneo . create- disease.
which results in prostration and finally in death.
Schenck's Pnlmonio Syrup and Seaweed Tonic, when
taken regularly, mingle with the food, aid the&igestive
organs, make good rich blood, and, as a natural conse-
qnence, give flesh and strength to the patient Let the
faculty say what it may, this is the only true cure for
Consumption. Experience has proved it beyond the
shadow of a doubt, and thousands are to-day alive and
T well who a few years since were regarded aa hopeless
t - riniM. but who were induced to try Dr. Schenck's rente
dies, and were restored to permanent health by their use.
Or. Schenck's containing a full ta-eatise on
'- the varions forms of disease, his mode of treatment and
- general directions how to use his medicine, can be had
gratis or sent by mail by addressing his Principal Office,
- No. is North Sixth street, Philadel phia, Pa
-- Price of the Pulmonic and Seaweed Tonic, each.
8L6U per bottle, or Si.&u a halt dozen. Mandrake Pills,
25 cents a box. For sale by all aruggnrts and dealers.
f f f f f f f P P
S O METHINC NE V.
. - Read the following What the City Missionary of
Boston says about -
AIiLErrS I.UTJO BAXtSAIO,
There certainly can not be found a better Cough
or Long remedy. As an expectorant in has no equal
.. B06TOM, Mass, Feb. 18. 1869.
' " "' MESSBS. P. Davts A Sox Gentlemen: Tbe package
- ef Allen's Long Balsam yen seat me to ase among the
aiicted poor inmy city missionary work, has proved
very acceptable and useful. It has gone into several
fanriUea, and with iwmarkable effect in every instance.
One woman has been restored from what her physi
cian pronounoed consumption, after several months
sickness with eough, great pain ia the lungs, and pros
tration, so that she is able now to do housework and
assist iu the support of her family, and with care and
- continued use of the Balsam, sue expects entire resto
ration. . - - -
Another person, a young woman to whom' I gave one
bottle, nas received great beneht, so that her eoogh.
which was of month's standing, is getting better, and
she has purchased the esoona bottle, and has every
indication of a speedy cure. ;
A young man who is raising blood; and quite weak
r fand aiek, has, by the ase of two bottles, been much
4 fanoroved, and is able to do a little at his work.
t- M A yosng man to whom I recommended a trial of it
mho has had a bad cough, and much pain in bis lnngs
for months past, and unable to get rest or sleep, has
-commenced taking it and now using the fourth bottle
" "wkh great beneht He said to me on a recent visit be
would not de without it ' He is hoping (and reasonably
it seems to me) to be able to resume his work again.
L N. HARRIS A Co., Sole Proprietors, .0 ncinnati
Ohio. & -- - -- --
tSold by all Druggists. - 4 ;
1840. PERRY DAVIS' - 1870
Vegetable "Pain Killer."
The Great Family Medicine ofthe Age. .
THIRTY YEARS have elapsed since the inbrodnc
timnl th Pain ' Killer to the public, and yet at the
nwAn, ttnu. it m dwita noonlar and commands a larger
asle than ever before. Its popularity is not confined
this country alone : all over uie worm iu ueuemaai
i. mnn, the "ills that flesh is heir to.
' acknowledged and appreciated, and as a pain KTTJ.K.t
J- ita fame is limited to no country, sect nor race.
.. Thirty Years is certainly long enc-gh time teprove
v - the etfi&cy of any medicine, ana mat me u u i.
is deserving of ah its proprietors claim for it, is amply
. proved bytie unparalelled popularity it has attained
'- ' It is a sure and trretTivE remedy.
tar-bold oy au Jjniggisia
Sold at Milwaukee by R BOSWOBTH A SoJtSjjBEKN
A Button, Ricb A Kiwk, Dkake Bros., Dohmi
- - "StsiMlDT A Co, and all Milwaukee DruggjsU. ,
' lr.TWir5eld'Tnrki!ch SyrUp, warranted
cur Semuwl Weakness and Spenaatorrhea. Pnce
ivuit by express to any address. i MANotliX-'J
' ' 11.D. lui Main street Worcester. Mass.
' THE C3NSTITUTI0M OVERTHROWN
t .'' TheConstitntaon and Health may be rained by slew
anplicatioiis of the lead or snlpbur hair dyes now in the
i '., market" "Not a Dye" may be the motto of such nos-
" bums, bnt A-DIEwj be the result of using tnem.
. 3nt ONE HAIR DTE has been :
l ' ,.: . TRIED AND ACQUITTED i
" " ot all deleterious tendency, under the infallible laws
Science. Be it known to alL that
Cristadoro'a ixcelsiar Hair Dye
has been anabzed by the distinguished ohemrst. Profes
Bor Chilton, and bis certificate. of ita WholsorMoess
may be seen at Cristadoro's, 6 Astor Honsd, Naw York:
CRISTADORO'S HAIR PRESERVATTV E, as
. Dressing, acts like a charm on the Hair after Dyeing.
7. D. Park and K. MaCKEADT A Oa, Cinoinnati,
Itch! Itsh.1 Itch in
SCRATCH SCRATCH!! SCRATCH ! i !
In from 10 to 48 hoots
Cure The Itch.
Cures Ss It Rheum.
Cures Barbers Itch.
Cores Old Meres.
Cars eeerykbtdqf humor Sis.
Prion, 50a, box; by maO. 9o
Ad' rem WPKKS ft POTTER. 170 Washington St.''
IfWtr le br ail Druga-iat Bostaa-Mss
l! iS II
Help for the Miserable.
No wonder that the taoe of the dyspeptie has a drag
ged, worn, hopeless expression that ia pitiful to see. No
wonder that the miserable martyr to indigestion is
fretful, irritable, and unsocial Whoever ean bear the
pangs of this tormenting com plaint cheerfully, and with
an unruffled temper, is little short of a saint ..Bat why
should human forurt tide eontinne to be thus severely
tried, when an absolute specihc tor we disease is always
at hand. Everywhere within the limits of civilization
in this hemispere Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is obtain
able, and the history of the first case of dyspepsia in
in which it has been administered in vain, has yet to be
written. The sickness at the stomach, tne sense 01
weakness and stupor, tbe feeling of emptiness and hol
lowness before eating, and of oppression afterwards,
tbe flutteting of the pulse, the intense nervous irrita
tion, the morbid indisposition to exertion, the weariness
of life, and indifference to all ita pleasures, which are
among the symptoms of tbe disease in its chronic form
are ameliorated by the tonic operation of this palatable
vegetable restorative, which seems to renovate and
Suicken all the dormant forces of the system, and rouse
ae mind from the spathy and gloom inseparable from
a derangement of toe digestive and secretive luncuuns.
In ordinary cases a few weeks suffices to complete the
core, but when the disease is complicated, as it of ten is,
with torpidity of the liver, severe constipation, impurity
of the blood, and a sluggisn circulation, a longer umo
maw k. nnninul PprW'VAr hflWAVer. and U16 rOSUlt
ceptible from day to day, and the convalescent, know
ing and feeling that he or she is on the high road to
health, will await the happy issue with comparative
t- , An m- imnnwMMm WU1 OV PUP
To the Tjidiew. Madame Bomafota't Cordial Balm
at fkrurwm tor Female Complaints, tne sal est ana man
reliable remedy ever Known, nananuxi ia u
ttzvo 4 with riiracriona sent bv express to any address.
a M ANSF1KLD. M. !.. Iu9 Main St.. Woroeater. Mass.
LOVE AND BUSINESS.
A Cool Proposition of Marriage.
From the St. Louis Democrat.
Thfl followiner.letter. through some
of the wheel of fortune, fell into the hands
of a gentleman who gives it to ua vrith the
nrivilefre of Dublishinrz it. "We print it
y-rhiftm el ideratum ei vwa.uw.ujn. -moles
. . . ... . , . j mu-i
ter vrill explain itself:
Mar 3rd, 1870.
Dear Friend. I take up my pencil to in
iorme you, that I am hearty But have a
very weak back. I hope thease few lines
will find von In cood health; Miss marie
Rmwn von and Me is church members
intend to speak to you verry plain lor, that
is my Name for I am no thef no liar no
drunkard Nor Chew tobocco you know My
Wife is Ded 15 months and I have Bean
paying Boarding one year and it don't pay
-hpn I have a small Farm and
Rnrpan frill ot Clean clothes and Cub-
hnftrrl full of dishes and beds to keep clean
and garden to work which is work For Wo
men or wife. Im a great hand for A good
garden & can hoe Cabbage 1 can have a
garden. I think thear will Be a good crop
of appeals hear this Tear for we hardly
pvpr Miss: Mrs. Hietrinson is a 6mart wo
man to work in the carden & do eny kind
of work a rood seamster. It she had no
man I would like to have her for a wife
But I suppose she will go away they 13 of
Anril next ana 1 must iook ior anotner
one. You will please look at 1 Corinthian
thev 7 ChaDter. I would like to talk with
you Very much on Matters in they Bible;
let us not set our Hearts on gold or silver
&, forget our immortal souls. You Know
women is plenty But they are not all
Counterfeits, not good housekeepers lovers
to tell lies and get drurk and serve the
DeviL vou know what the Old Book, says
About liars and Drunkards. But I want
to let you knew that my housekeeper is
poina to leave me her time is out they 13
of April next, But I cant pay Boarding
this vear. I had better get db old wife they
young is not worth houseroom I have
knowen your Father and Mother, and step
father & 'Marie, you & me have heard sing
&pray Do you & me pray& sing as he
Dili I liODe Tour mother and him
is singing in Heaven this Day.
My stster in the church let us serve
god. I would like to see you and your
Minister, Come Down and 6ee me as 1 am
old & you are young and smart and see our
town tou have heard so much of. I would
like very well as my Time is short to hunt
a wife & hope you Will Be mine and if you
think you are to good and rich for me you
can say No. But you will please send your
old Friend. A letter soon & quick to Liber
ty and let me know all the news, and if you
will and must say No please Rive this letter
to Miss Salome Eebber. Who is a fine
6tedy girl and a good house keeper; I will
perhaps tire you with this letter No more
at But old Friend
From a private letter to a gentleman re
siding in Philadelphia we extract the fol
lowing graphic statement of the political
situation in England: .
Improvements march slowly in England,
but not less surely. Public education, jus
tice to Ireland, the ballot, the game laws,
etc,, etc, are just now absorbing public at
tention. There is an intense struggle re
specting the first, between the advocates
for religious instruction in the scnools and
those who properly desire to eliminate it
altogether from the curriculum, and put
it where it really belongs, under the charge
of the parent and the church of which he
may be a member. The Church of England
is itself divided on the subject; many emi
nent divines being among the advocates of
pure secular instruction. The tenden
cy of opinion evidently points to
the disestablishment of the Church
of , England: the very fact Jhat the
Church of Ireland being now stronger since
it has been thrown on its own resources, is
an argument in favor of placing all reli
gions on an equality. It is but a question
of time. The abrogation of the game laws
is also loudly called for. The tenure of
land, also, will be subjected to many modi
fications, and the bii now'before Parlia
ment, entitled "The Tenure of Land Bill,"
has aroused much attention to tne state of
the law in England on this question. The
ballot question grows naturally out of the
last Witness tne numerous eruptions in
Wales, because tenants dared to exercise
the franchise contrary to the expressed
wishes (commands!) of their landlords. I
have great hopes of the future; the first
step ia the education of the masses, at
present brutally demoralized by ignorance,
drunkenness, and pauperism. The investi
gation into the bribery at elections proves
how subversive it must be to every honest,
Making Love on Tick.
A 6uit was instituted yesterday in Jus
tice Kivlin's Court, to compel an actress to
pay carriage higher to the amount of $155.
The young woman is only 13, is very at
tractive, and has been for the past seven
months the leading danseuse of the Thea
tre Comique. She boarded in a respecta
ble .hot el . in -Broadway, where the chief
clerk saw her and became . desperately en
Though holding a position where retir
ing modesty is a rarity, his love never found
expression in words, Dut Douquets, ;or
which he paid, were faithfully left at her
door every morning, and every evening a
hack was waiting to take her to tne theatre
and home. Month after month this went
on, and still the clerk never presumed
upon his liberality, and was content to
sigh unheard and to languish unseen.
Whether his repressed passion injured his
intellect it will . be . difficult to determine,
but his accounts became very much involv
ed, and finding that he could not straight
en them, he resolved to take French leave
before his employers should fathom has
deficiency and arrest him. '
The keeper of the livery stable, to whom
$155 was due, "didn't trouble himself to
send in the bill to the young woman, be
cause he knew she had never ordered the
hack at any time; but he had her salary
and her wardrobe attached, and then pro
ceeded to sue her in Judge Kivlin's Court
for the $155.
The racy part of the story is that Butler,
the manager of the Theatre Comique, owns
the stables, and CarrolL the complainant,
is only iis agent,; This was perfectly well
known to the pretty dancer, whose indig
aation at the treatment bubbled over. She
refused to dance another tight in his thea
tre. Butler is a pretty keem speculator.
He has an interest in the bar room of the
theatre, and as interest in the bouquets
which flats purchase to throw at actresses
whom they dont know, and will sever see
off the' stage. Me harun interest m a cer
tain co8tumer's, and is"said to have a share
in the combination faro bank. New York
Agekts Waxted To sell our Patent Metal
Sign and Door Plates. Agents are making
from $10 to $20 per day. Send your name
and 50 cents for a sample, which sells readily
for two dollars. Address E. Spangenbur &
Go "Patent Attorneys and Manufacturers ol
Patents, Ko.-301 3. 4th street, St Louis, Mo.
Pbtvate medical aid.
Bead Dr. Whittier's
CHAPTER ON LEGS.
Anna Cora Mowatt Ritchie on English
and American Ladies' Legs
Theoretically and Delicately Handled.
Mrs. Anna Cora Mowatt Ritchie, in her
London letter to the San Francisco Chron
icle, handles the legs of some of her Amer
ican and Engusa sisters m mia tree man
ner: . ; - .
We trust our lair American sisters will
not be shocked by our unhesitating use ol
the word "legs," which they are accustom
ed to designate as 'limb."or "lower limb."
In England and all over Europe that little
subterfuge would be pronounced indelicate
and affected; and it certainly is the latter,
if not the former.
But to our story. White, symmetrical
.fominine legs are said to be disappearing
from American boil lney are so mucn in
the ascendant in England that ladies ot
rank have invented a new method of mak
ing known their fair proportions. We
read in the March number of the Galaxy
in a work just published, two American
medical men put forth the gross slander
that "ahandsome leg is a ranty we had
almost said, an impossibility among
American women!" We do not believe the
ungallant libel, theugh American ladies
certainly are not in the habit of publishing
their charms by having casts taken of their
shapely legs, as an ornament for drawing
room tables, or to be sold for the benefit of
the vender ofcastsr or .to be circulated
among friends as a delicate token of friend
ship and valuable work of art What we
are about to relate appears, at the first
blush, so incredible that we hold ourself
responsible for its exact truth.
Upon the drawing-room table of a lady
of rank in London a lady of high position
and irreproachable character may . be
seen, beneath a glass case, a lovely dimpled
little foot delicate ankle, rounded calf, up
to the knee-joint; it is the cast of tbe leg
of Lady , the hostess. In Soho
Souare there is a small shop, in w. ich you
can purchase, for five shillings, a cast of
one of the most exquisite legs, the original
in the flesh belongs to Lady de O
andK , who went to this little
shop incog., and had her perfect leg mold
ed, and afterward generously cave the
shopman the privilege of selling copies of
the cast whicn ne aoea aaiiy, ior it was
quickly discovered to whom the beauteous
One ladv. the wife of a Mayor of a town
in the provinces, came to London and had
two casts taken of her leg; . pne nude, and
one with a neat little shoe, stocking and
garter. Strange to say (though no artist
will call it strange), the leg with the stock
ing and carter produced an enect mucn tur
ther removed from modesty than the leg
quite unclad. Brucciana, the cast vender
in Convent Garden, drives a brisk business
in casting ladies' legs, and has any quantity
of models of all descriptions tasen rrom me,
for sale. How this leg mania originated
we have never heard, but there is cents ex
planation for this sudden passion among
the aristocratic fair to have their legs recog
nized; perhaps it is only because a thing
of beauty is a joy forever.
A Ccbiotjs Case. The Fall Eiver, (Ma3-
sachusets) News of April 9th says: "On the
10th of December last Mr. Joseph uuck
worth, who resides at the Globe, while eat
ing a piece of white bread at breakfast, felt
something sharp, which suDsequenuy prov
ed to be a needle, in his throat It lodged
crosswise, tut too far down to le seen. After
three or four days it worked into the left
aide and came nearly through the necK,
causing a painful abscess. A little above
the abscess the needle was so near the sur
face that it caused the flesh to protrude like
a pimple, but the physicians declined to cut
to" find it. especiallv as they had some doubt
as to the cause. The abscess was subse
quently lanced. The needle in the mean
time worked back into the side of. the
throat and then up under the tongue.
causing great swelling and pain. - This
morning it was discovered protruding under
the tongue, and was extracted by Doctor
Mb. Beegh's Seizure op a Bboadwat
Stage. On Tuesday afternoon Mr. Bergh
and his deputies created a breeze on Broad
way, by the seizure of stage 41 of the
Broadway and Fourth avenue line. The
vehicle was headed up town, crowded with
passengers, when, just as it approached
i onrth street two omcers oi tne society
for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
stopped it, on the ground that one of the
horses was lame. The stage was walked
around to the office of the Society, where
Mr. Bergh made an inspection of the am
mat, and at once took possession of vehicle,
horses, and driver.
The passengers were obliged to leave it
and get to their destina ion by some other
Copenhagen, the capital of the kinsdom
of Denmark, has now a population of 18U,
472 inhabitants, an increase of ao.Jz'J in
Nervous debility, with- its gloomy attend
ante, low spirits, depression, involuntary
ermseions. loss of semen, epermaterriiosa,
loss or tiower. dizzy neaa, loss oi memory
and threatened impotence and imbecility,
find a sovereign cure in Humphreys' Homeo
pathic Specific No. twenty-eight Composed
of the most valuable, mild and potent Cura
tives, they strike at once at the root of tbe
matter, tone no the system, arrest tne cue
charsres, and impart vigor and energy, life
and vitality to the entire man. They have
cured thousands of cases. Price $5 per pack
age of live boxes and a large vial or powder,
which is very important in obstinate er old
cases, or $1 per sin tie box. Sold by all dru;
gists, and sent by mail on receipt of price.
AddreMa Humphreys' Specifio Homeophatio
Medicine Co.. 662 Broadway. New York.
Wkoletale Agents Bumbams A Tan Schaack, Hurl
burt A Edsall, Chicago, Ills.; jenks ft oortlou, tsu
Paul, Minn. ; Brown, Webber A Graham, St. Louis,
Mo. ; Farrand. Sheley A Co.. Detroit, Alien.
Batchelor's Hair Dye.
This epkndid Hair Dye is the bebl in the
world, the only true and perfect Dye; harm
lees, reliable, instantaneous; no disappoint
ment; no ridiculous tints; remedies the ul
effects of bad eyes; invigorates and leaves
the Hair soft and beautiful black or brown.
0U1U J I'lUgglDW UUU .VllUiUVlDt RUU
properly applied at the Wig Factory, 16 Bond
A pomade which acts on the hair, and does
not effect the scalp, like all poisonous liquid
restorers. Ia warranted to restore faded
hair to its original color. The elite all use it,
It inclines the hair to curl, imparts a beauti
ful glosa and is perfectly harmless. Sold by
ail druggists. Kidder & wetheheix, Agents,
104 William St. M. 1.
Royal Havana Lottery of Cuba.
Three hundred thousand dollars in Gold
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formation furnished. The highest rates paid
for Doubloons and all Kinds ol uoid and Sil
ver. government securities, &c. TAYLOB &
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Durno's Catarrh Snuff.
Strengthens Weak Eyes Improves the
Hearing, Relieves Headache,' Promotes Ex
pectoration, Cures Catarrh in its worst forms,
and sweetens the Breath. It contains no
Tobacco, is mild, and promotes a pleasant
sensation and beneficial results to all ho
appreciate "A Clear Head." Sold everywhere
by Urnggiets. kiddeb & yykthekf.i.i,, Agents,
104 William JSt. JNew lora
New Briton, Hamilton Co., Ind., May 2.
Db-CW. IioBACK Dear Sir: This will cer
tify that my wife had been labormg under
severe attack of palpitation of the heart and
dyspepsia, and her case had been given up as
incurable. I then resorted to the various
patent medicines of the day, but she found
no relief from them. At last I was requested
to procure som6 of your Scandinavian Blood
Purifier and Bloed Pills. I purchased from
your agent, D. N. Hanna, one bottle of the
Blood Purifier and two boxes of the Blood
Pills, and proceeded with them according to
directions. She found relief from both dis
eases after using three' or four bottles.
will, therefore, cheerfully recommend your
medicine to the suffering community, espe
cially the females. I ours respectfully,
ROBERT M. TAYLOR.
Evergreens and Gbapx Vines. Those
wishing choice evergreens and grape vines at
very low prices, should send for circular to
D. t . Hotman & uo., unicago, nurserymen
of established character, who sold half a mil
lion of evergreens, and grape vines without
number, last year. We set out 1,600 of their
grape vines last year and bave duplicated our
order this spring., tirape vines oniv 4U
thousand 1 Evergreens from $3 to $10 per
1,000. Ot 40,000 sold are from last year, but
2 per cent died, vv e commend them to an in
want of such stock. ' ' . : ' .
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brethren of the newspaper press, to the ad
vertisement of Lewis Pelouze, Type Founder
of Philadelphia, Penn., to be found in another
column.. Mr. Pelouze is practical in -every
branch of bis business, ana personally super
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s:eks to give the benefit of the fall in the
price of gold to his patrons. We take pleas
ure in making this announcement, and would
state that af his establishment the printer
can be supplied with everything rrom a bod
kin to a ' Hoe" Cylinder.
r A C3 T a vn w-ssa tr tVia aY1 VrtAOm
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publishers of school text books, have Just is-
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Prof. Alphoneo Wood, The Botanist and
Florist, which wo think is destined to be
come the most popular of all text books in
this fascinating study. The classification
and arrangement is such as to present a com
rJid mnminl within the coTKDass of a moderate
giied volume. Structural Botany in 122 paies,
Physiological lioUny in 42 pages and des
criptive Botany in S74 pages, making in all a
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The Flora contains a record and definition of j
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Pimples on the Face, Eruptions, Blotches,
Scrofulous diseases, and all sores arising
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Sold by druggists, cr send three and a
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. Y.,and get three bottles free of Express
A couoa. cold, or sore thboat reouires
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"Brown's Bronchial Troches ' are a simple
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appearance on the clothing, and from the itch
ing and burning of the scalp, is detached cuti
cle or outside layer of the skin. It is thrown
off by the presence of humors. Ring's Vege
table Ambrosia is compounded in part to
eradicate this humor from the scalp, and it
does it moet effectually in every case, leaving
the head cool and clean, and-the clothing as
it came from the tailor's.
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The whitest, worst looking hair, resumes
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IMITATIOH POROUS PUSTERS.
Perforated PlBstera in TaiRstla. ef
r ALLCOCK'S - -r
are Swins offered for sale. Thos we nsve seen area -preparation
of "lead plaster,? and calm Fated to indue
parabais, costiveaea snd echo.
To five retief from pais is the object of ALLCOCK'S
POBOUS PLA3TKBS, which are warranted tooootaia '
ONLY INNOCENT DRUGS,
withoot a particl of lead er any mineral whstevwin -their
orsn position - We have- nude them foe twenty
seven years, and will always prepare thsai aa hereto
fore. They are harmle; but for local pains nothinc
ha ever proved o vastly curative, as an outwaid ap
plicaUon, as the justly celebrated
Porcn3 Plaster of EIr. Allcock. '. '
Even stricture of th bronchial tabes, dropsy of the
heart, tumors, internal and ovarian, ar said lo have
been eared by this plaster. But in all the nam for a '
atrena-thenhisT piaster, snd for nervous and local pains,
we have the testimony of the first physicians of the
United State and ef Europe in their favor.
How areat th comfort to have a suffocating oouch, to
have sharp pains of the Chest, queer, creeping sensa
tions around the heart, cured by ths simple remedy of a
dean, flexible, entirely unobjectionable plaster! Bnt
internal tumors, considered "f a. fatal character, are
also cured by this mild and innocent application, which,
acting like a second skin, produces a steady pressure,
by which sbsorbtien, resulting in ease at once, and ul
timate cure, is obtained.
Being a preparation trom Trankencense, Rubber and
Burgundy Pitch, they seem to posses the quality of
ACCUATJLAXLIia ZLECTEIC1TY .
and imparting it to the body, whereby th circulation
of the blood become equalized upon the parts where
applied, causing pain and morbid action to cease. The
Porous Plasters are flexible, and found of great help to
those who have woa hacks or nam m the side. Espe
cially are they valuable to these who have neglected
eolds. They are often preventives of consumption ; nay,
they are believed to have loosened the grasp of this
terrible affliction, and been mainly instrumental ha
effecting s cur. In variable climates they should be
worn on the breast or between the shoulders or ever
tha kidneys, by thos who are subject to take cold easily.
This simple plan will Soon prod ace a constitutional
vigor that will enable it to resist extraordinary changes .
at temperature. Experience has proved the Porous
Plaster to be a blessing to the consumptively inclined.
invariably producing the most remarkable abatement
of tbe wont symptoms.
From tho Rv. Dr. Beattie.
ScoTCHTOVrN, Orange county, N. Y., Oct. 30, 18rSL
Thoxas AlXCOCK A Co., Sing Sing:
Tour Parous Plasters are a great blessing. My daugh
ter, Isabella, had whooping cough some twelve month
ones; when tha seventy ot tne aisease abated sae Kill
for six month had 'distressing ceugh, snd berime
very weak and thin, finding internal jemedies of ne
avail, aa Allceck's Porous Plaster was apphed to her
chest. The sough was relieved from the cUy it was put 1
on, and (a one moath was entirely cured, I am, yours, .:'
truly. . . . . D. BKATriE. v.
Xerrons Affection, oi tha Head Cured.
For two year I have been & great sufferer from new-
ralgia in the head, and found only temporary relief
from all the various remedies that I have tried, until I
applied one of Allcock's Porous Planters. 1 cut it into
tnree strips, placing one under eacn an outlier blade ana
tbe ether over the small of the back ; and for the past
three months I have had scarcely a twinge oi the old
pain. 1 . -
I advise all who suffer hrom nervous diseases to loss no i
time in making a trial of the wonder ra I Parous Plaster.
A. r STERLING, Sec y Singer Mfg. Co. i
Wa-WfOBJi. June a, 1068. .
GArssTOwAla., Kov. 27, 1SR9.
MeM( THUsTAttjcocs: A Co: During an extensive
practice of ten years I have been a frequent witnefle of
theonasrieai qnahneaof yeur POROUS PLANTERS. 1
can certify that they are all yon claim for them. In
fact. I have never known them to fail m giving relief in
local pa las. or to'impart support to tbe part where ap
phed. Send me six dozen at once. Yours.
X.OUKRT K CAMPB&LL, M. D.
D. Meyer, of Savannah, Ga.. says they are the best
mechanical supporters for weak muscles ever discov
erea ; thst by their warming properties they bring -power
and health, until the strength of the muscles ia
entirely restored"; that h knowa a case where A ileoek'
Plasters cured a gentleman of a weak spine; that be
daily erescrioe them in in practice with the happiest ,
results, and desire us to leier to him. .
Dr. Henderson, of Farnville, La., says: - "
"The counter irritant effect of Allcock's Porou Plas
ter is produced in sucb a mild and gradual way, they
so invigorate th circulation around the parts to which -they
ar applied, and eiert upon ail ntrvoos diseases -sncn
a great sedative influence, that I place them ooo-
tidently af the head of every piaster now in as."'
Dr. Johnson, of Hartford say: '
Sly daily experience conrirms th very superior excel- .
lence oi your Porous Plasters. At this moment of
writing a man applies frr one. who, by entanglement in . .
a shait of machinery, had both hia legs broken, spine '
severely injured, and was for nearly a y ar entirely
helpless. This man found rebel very eon by the ap- ,
plication of a plaster to his spinet He was soon en-
abled to work, and now he labors as well as ever. He ,
would cheerfully pay live dollars for a single plaster if
tbey could not be had at a lower rate. Surgeons should
maae ase of these perforated planters to the exclusion
of all others, aa thwr flexibility and adhesiveness ar ,
greatly in advance of all other plasters with which I
am acquainted, while the perforations peculiar to them "
render them greatly superior to all others for ordinary
surgical uses. Knowing th plasters to be useful. 1 -.
have no scruples that my sentiments should be known. -J.
W. JOliSaOS. M. D.
. Dropsy of theEeart Cured.
" Glen Biddlk, P. O., Delawari ComrrT, Pa,,
. . , . March la, 1A )
Messrs. THOMAS AlXCOCK A Co. : Having been trou
bled with heart disease for a long time, and after doc
toring with our physician for months and obtaining no
reriefT I gave no in despair. I wa. troubled with sharp,
pains in my chest and load sounds about my neart, and
of tea felt that death would be a blessing. A t this tame
I was persuaded to apply one of your Porous Plasters. .
Within a few hours after placing oae en my cheat I felt
no more pain, and all throbbing ceased about my heart,
and 1 have felt like anew man. gJJgpfy "
a '25.0C0. Sold by One Dealer .
Messrs J. Balch A Son, of Providence, R. I., write,
November, 1868 "We bare sold ihe Porous Plasters
for twenty years, and, at retail and jobbing, must have
sold twenty tiT thousand altogether. Ihey areweil
; - ,, Lame Back. .
' " Nrw YOBK. Nov. '28, 159.
T.:Ax.LOOC: A Co. Gentlemen I lately nred
severely rrom a weakness in my naca. nvin uraru
yoox plasters much recommended for cases of tnis kind
I procured one, and the result was ail that 1 could desire.
A atngl piat secured me in a week. . Yours, respect
rail,. G. BRIUGS.
COOtars Stobx, Boekingbsm Connty, Va.,
' . , Aovemoer ai, iota, t
Messrs. Alloock t C6: ' r
I lately suffered' severely from s pam' snd weakness -ia
hit pack. 1 tried many applications prescribed by
our doctors, but without doing any good. At length I
tried your Porous Plasters, which benefitted me, at
ones.. Yours, ERASMUS NEFF.- '
1 Man Saved from Lameness for Life. -'
A gentleman, from placing the heel of his boot oa a
piece of orange peel, waa suddenly thrown down and
violently sprained his kneei He was six monthseonhn.
ed to the house, thoogU he had the best medical advioe. .
At last he applied . an ' ALLCOCK.S POROUS -PLASTER,
and in less than two months his knoe was
perfectly enred. "
Cure of a Badly Crushed Breast.
Msy7.186. ' '
. -Cf.nttxs? In December, my breast bone was
crushed and badly injured by being struck by a heavy - i
spar. I was taken hume senseless, where for weeks I
lay at the point jt death. My doctors could do but ; I
Utile for meand I sufferedcontiaual pain. Thedoctors
tnonght a blister plaster would help it pat on the breast, L
but Ithooght I wonld try, instead, Allcock's Porous
Plaster. 1 pat one en aa breast and aide, and from . i
that time began to get better, and in one month I was
well, free from paw, and able to attend ton; bunnies. . ,
Any one can call and e my breast and I will show them -a
modern miracle of cure. -, .s
J. R. BUCK. Na S South Fifth street,
' x - '. Williamabargh, L. L
Thomas Allcock 4 Co.: - ,
A child eight years old, sea of Mr. Dnper. f Ring
Ring, fell out of s loft, some twenty feet He wa sadly
bruiaedV Six plaster were om up and applied to?
every bruise. The next day he wasout playing as usual, f
aoO in a fsw days ths plasters were removed and a was -perfectly
cored. - . .
' v..;i '''.crp'f.'.' " .J-.-. --:
A ease occurred of severe Croup, where no doctor -eouid
be hai before mormng. Tbe mother bethonght
ef some Porous Plasters she had in be bona. They .
were slit so-as to ht around th throat and eh est ln - '
whistling breathing anon abated, in a few hours the
child aiept, and la the morning ne ara of croup re- - -
; . Asthma CurecL
- Mr. Wm. May, of 2(5 Spring street, N ew York, writes,
January 1-1V: "I have been anlicted with astuma
for upward of ten years, receiving no beneht from medi
cal smb. I was advised by a friend to Woo of Allcock.
Porous Plasters. I said I had tried several kinds of
plasters without any .benefit, and supposed they were all
slake. My fneod gsve-me one of AUcocks and urged
me to use it. I did so, and have nowwovn themeteadily
lor suae months, ana find myself better than I have
neen for many year.. To all afflicted with thie
awful complaint I say give them a farr chance, and jor .
will bkw the day you nrst put oneon. ,
Mrs James n. nursaeii. or r uiuuniui., .
Westchester County, was thrown from her carnage snd
had br arm broken between the elbow and the .boul
der After her arm was set and th bone had fully knit
she continued to suffer great paia at ths point of frac
ture, and passed many atufering days and aleepieee
pwum Pl.tn. i After naina tbem one month she wss
completely cared. - She obtained great relief the first
aay uey were appiieak . . . t . . . . . - -
A-Cnr for Cold Teet. - - ' '
SO. Smith. ItHi of the Amerie.in Hotel, oTRabvlo,
L. I., had been troubred Tof many years wit cold tee.
He bad seen Allcock's Porooa i-uistaruaeu io wnooe .
; k .m, iMinMit. and h concluded to try
one for each foot, cut to the shape of the foot. Ihe . v
relief was immediate, and he h newer bees troubled-
with eold feet since.
Tiaewaoplieauon, after purging, errres fever and ague.
un. fulia. tha aiilaen. and pain ef tbe left aide. lust
anove tne mp join, ia laiuuujj hi uj . h - , ,
. . ' . - ..i;l. 1 V.
AlIcock' Poron Plasters...,; ,t
The are now widely used in hospitals, both in Ameri
ca and r.nrope, ana approved Dy au pnysiciane. i ney
give immediate relief ia lumbago, aa well as m paina of .
tha side and back, whether (hey psoeeed from weakness. . .
fatigue, or other causes.
BAenm'atism if tfce Wri-ta Cured.
rrom ovetstiainias; and oth-r cause I lost the use of
ay wrists, t appued an AUcoca s i taster uwuu eacu
wrist, and in a lew hoars they were cured. 1 think
workingmhn, especially mechanics, should never be
-,.hw,t tnem. JOHNHYLAND Carneoter.
Near AlDial Aveune, Bing oing, uc o, isoa.
Vn Riuharda, a welfknown oer-on otSiax Sing, was
cured of- rheumatism of th-i wruts by these Plasters in -S
few weeks, -- J
ft .fcnaa oar. WU:heaterOonnty. Hi erf. 8. 1869L .
Meaars. Thom as Alicocs. A Co. : . " .
-&rfrar-Sea three years age 1 was prostrated h . .
avertible pain in my hip. My doctors said it was rheu
matisna.Bnt whatever it was it conhned met my house r
for two years, and nothing appeared to relieve ma I .
rnally put on one of your Porous Plasters, and shortly
I sit bette. I kept using them for six months, snd have
entirely recovered : and though much exnoaed have had .
W return of the disease. Yours, truly.
ei-:--t f HAirLAi AnutKauf.
Tf inn nneA A Piaster he anre and nroeure on of A1I-
cockJa Porous, and you will get your money's worth, ami. ,
Sew are oi Imitations.
AGENCY. ERAtsDRETH'S BUILDING,
AND SOLD BT ALL, DRIGGISTH.