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Head the following. What the Citj Missionary of
, Bobioa ears about - ,
ALLEIl'S LIHG BAISAZYI.
There certainly ean not be found a belter Courb or
1 jitUft reined;. As an Expectorant it bas no equal.
r.OKTOy, Ma , Feb., K
' Mpsstik. P. Davtb, 4 Son t;entloren: Toepackace
of Al'eti's Ijjiig iWlMfn y on 4enl me to use ubuiik tbe
ai'.'icted poor iu my city mibbimi&ry work, has proved
vvrv auceput'nla and usefuL It has pone into awend
' j&miiics, and with remarkah'e et!ct iu every instaaeo,
ue woman has rwen renewed Irom ml.nt her physi
cir.n prouonncod consumption, after several anonit.s
tui knefi v.ith oontb, irmftt pain in tlie lticirs, and pros
tratHm, so tbnt Kite it nrw able U k .km work and
a!-l in tbe ttnpport of her umily, and with cire and
cor.Ti.i&ed use ol tne iilssiin, sbo expects entire resto
rstinu. Another person, a yoonff woman to mborn I race cue
bis. tits, bas reciJ prcat lencftt, so that br couli,
wmcti waao. li.ouibs en atid?nn is ratuuit belter, and
be. ha piircnutetr ibe eecoud boKte, and toaa every
tauication ot a tweedy cure.
A onng man who was raiizijr blood, and quite weak
andVick. na. ry the use ot two lottifS. loen ruuefl
inumwe l, and be i- able to do a little at his work.
A vomff man to wbtm 1 recou. mended a trial of it,
h,.'h.a i,.ri hri ciu'h. Mnil fnurh tain in hi lungs
for 11.01. h pant, and unable to ret r-4 or sleep, bas
cnniiiK-m-rtl fa lain' ir. ana i now uMn me khuiu ..unto
wnl! Tet i-enei-t. Hh a id to me on a retnt wtst, ha
woulu Dot do without it He is bopiiuriand reasonably
it -f-mi to m tr t e able to retinue bis work again.
Vtry refcplivlc ud i;mietuil yours.
lHAS. A. HVSl , City Missionary.
I. X. HARRIS A CO., Sole Proprietors Cincinnati
S f""Sold by ell rirueirist
Vegetable "Pain Killer.
The Great Family Medicine of Ibe Ajro.
miRTYYKAKS have elapsed since (he introduc
.lon ol the l ain kili. ru tec public, ami yet ait the
present tine 11 is more .ionil;.r. and coniinandsa larrer
f4!e1iuil ei'er.teloi-.i. its popu.iir.iy is not con.ineo to
tms co-intr- alone.- al over 'he world its iK-nericial
anectsin cni-mr the "ills that flesh, is heir to." are
aoxe.eJ,red and apreciatcd. and a a raw kii.U
its liune is Uiniied U no country, sect nor race.
Tuihtv Yf.aks is certainly a leug Vnougu time fo
prove tbe c-i cacy of any medicine, and that the ram
KiLj.:k i desr-riing of all its vroorietors claUn for it, 11
aaini.nri-. t:dLf 'he ;'npariileled uouularity it bas
attained, it it. M i:E and kjfkctivk remedy.
.s.id nt Milwaukee l.y H. Bosworth i SoS8.GnFKKI
ltI TTl.v. KICK 4 KIKIKIt. KHAKK r.H.S., IX'HMKX,
hcH)i:br A Co., aud ali JJUwar.Lee LinicgisU
Family EEedicme Gasei;
OCTC'rt, 'IT CAJI YOU TO TZ'B
it i. JAillLY?
? Utvc fiUift r jr-Uy a r5 4el of sictuw.fb'
x-tor oo. ir . oiii Uis foils aiecotlmht; ar.a i;
liesr timi rtx'-i i i e feiati-ivic to ha-a tens ci-'.tijf
a 1.1 iltrbUC t'?.'Hl Hmo CirUi2CC if 3GlfcteQl VltJl J)
tell, my f.iei i. i can do a rood deal ft too
1 tia yi.xi om of our f AMII.Y Cisrs OH
t'o .iEOi' ,7HJC iLvit'i'.. which has a smulj f.oi,"
i;rt;U..n-4, i?;.-!r.A a ciescrititkD cf ail the rfn ll
tuseases vhn.fi T.-i cjo treat protitacly, end fuJ'
jn-lM.r t i.-, 'viuir tbe Kieiiciooab diet, etc.
. -Vnc -irtit t'AP are a.l&iarktd aad labeled, sc 't'
,.eed riai.be-? '.e-i. vhich Iccive in a pamcntaroc.
' the liiroxcn 4,1c bo pla-a aed suiiple that lO'io
UJtoaray S iLone ci these caies, you or your aiii
rill he 4I le"lcirrt'-- and arrevt three-foi:rthsof all 'he
rKto'ioat whivh occur in yocr family, k oucjin d.
- iieeae fori the s;cJc child h-r patient a once,
nd loot? tf icre the aoct or would hecal!iKltand thnr
riv t the siskntr wif.h the proper remedy at onc. anc
.'lW'I Ltfeocecincfcerious. In nsmKlheitsimtileatd
ft cllot;tirc najTit w, also vou avoid drupi'iue th.
Mtivirt acd tbr-e wnai- eniuc the systein, and laying the
tnnation o iutoror.ioaso. Vonaltiarethnsenbic-d
tora-i.ate i.tiotit tendioie to chronic diMeaee which
oi:i in -V rr.c fami!i4 and individuals; uch a:
v-o'a. Cf, f M).'!--, ic By the use, from time
o t-iiurt, as occasion icquirea for such ailment, or ciis
sr a -ci.r. -it the proper specific, not only is tua
asii'icd'SACjrpd, but the loundefion, so to speak,
Gjbst'onent arid pravecLronic diseases is removed.
) De cocieudtM.e is Mint tne a hola faiuilv amproae in
ij.hve less ard low sickness fiom year to year.
fav-. ii-;te vii:r aud hetter fXfm-titutions, and thus
i":a't': iU you wlt a out f rom utltJer the hand ot dtse:io
ind doctor. litt the xeveraeof thisis tree, nndorold
:.ch.ol trtmei-.L rvery villainous dofceof inerncino
pavtsstheway loronother, one visit of the doctor often
ne'.-essiuit- aa3ther; and a rood thTouirh old-school
coriot can trake r&t,erjt enonjzh in the urst ten years
f bi professional li:e, to keep him biiiy f' v tbe balance
of ii'3 doys. These wiecKs of men, ift.-iue by tne abuse
of calomel, blui-mass. tju nioe, iodine, opium nd
li.asinm. are th harvest fields of doctors. So my
ti'-.nd irt't out oT' this way of doctonnir. ttela eaaeid
'-a :rtis auddoci Tyourse?iandtaniilvwhepyoucan,
wiiHii yo'i roast h;iwe a dtctor, send for the most
t.-'iliieonein .lOMrrejtch.and yoa will soon have sick
M ;4 nd Joclors rare viMtois nt your house.
''lis is no fancy sketch. No mere windy promise,
k' 1: 'lsanos have done so, and yoa may do likewiso. Thf.
; it an: in-' Irel 'n tan etueriment is not large, and tho
Uttupt neil nam a triJ. . , , .
FA.MIL V CASUS
tr- to fif lnrif vif.i-. ntirncf.o orpixc
'twl -.tu:iiii;.ii a ier:!ic lr
. :v nrdiTiarr ttHM.' a fnn:ily
a ti t lit, riuii books 4.1 at"rr! iou-
Sm-Ulr !'.tintly aud TpaToi:.fj crt-es,with Sil
to tiAs 'i-ra i-3 to )
JSpecic for U I'rivafe Il5f rs.i r. t fjr
Cariiur and f jr Frrvciilivc u ,'.; t "n
tizad poc'.ht cs-ses "-rtv " C '.o SUj
POND'S EXTRA VV.
'."nrps Tlotus, Ilrnwiw, l amci, .'. orein-ik.
it-4. I'iirouiv, priuxi Tttotttair-- l-jamrlii.
Neuralgia, Kbeniiiaiitiio -i.isiniia s, l'i!'-H.
ruil, Miuit-, Sort- l.y e-. iiii-i-iiu ol tin-
l.nns. .!. StiminciK or ol files, ( urn.
I;rir, tioz, 6y cents; Fii:ti, S t.OO: Qanrlo.
"S Th's Remliu eieetrt POND'S FXTKA4M
tv t'e :;Mi or sinie bo. ire sent to anvnut of tb
:'it. by mail or express, free of charge, on receipt
A thj i-i c
H.L IXTTZUB MrsT EE ArtDEEESTH
Hun:; iifov5 SticciCc
Iloina-opatltL." 31flicin CVmpnny,
OChce and Depet, a iCl t'ao.vuvar, Jew York,
ruil S A LP, E a ALL DRCGCi ISTS. -
WHOLF.S.11.F Agents IJurnhanis & Van Sehaaok
llurltiurt I dsall. Chieuco. Ills : denka A. Iirrt.
St. J-"aul. iiinn : Krown, Webber & tiraham, St. Louir.
to.: rarrana. bruuj a tjo. Uetroiu aLtcfi. . .
An Old Fallacy Exploded.
Thirty or forty years ago, it was the fashion to admin
istsr powerful punratires as "spring medicine."
Teniric doses of sails and senna, calomel and jalap, or
claober aal ts were given to all the members of a family,
whether sick or well, by way of preparing them for the
warm weather in progress. This pernicious custom is
nearly ahsoiete, but there, are some 9111 Ronrbons of
private life, incapable alike of fouretting anything, who
obstinately cling to it still. Nothing could be more
pernicious more utterly onjihilosophical. than soch an
onlaaght on the vicor and elasticity of thesvstHm. In
order to enaf'ie tbe pVysic-l structure, to resist the
. enervating eflc! ol triag duito and summer bents
it eaould be toned aud reitond. not relaxed and
weakened. The lest medicine agent for t his purpose
" is Hostetter's Momach hitters. Its effect is to tone
me sromacn ana liver, greatly relieve the bowels from
obstructions, brace tbe nerves, improve the quality ot
uo uk. tumuuue lue appenre ana cneer tne cpmts
in Ibis improved onnition the oriiDiNtion is cmiuKIh
otre-isting unheal-hy fnflnences, which would pros
t.rat an cnfeibied system. A vigorous digestion is ab
solute essential to health, and t ncreisn j daneer of
the stomach faltenng or tailing in its important office
11 icis genial vgetanie elixir is taken regularly as a
stomachic. None of the tonic tinctures or extracts
wiU supply tbe plac- of the Bitiers. for the simple rea
son that they operate asastrmgentii only. In fact, in
crdinary practice, uve or six prescription would be
required to prionce sepiraicly. the lienehcial results,
wturh are effpeted simultaneoasly, and barmonioosly
. siDc;ie speciuc
T2H3 GREATEST . .
OF TRB AGE,
DR. KENNEDY'S RHEUMATIC
AND KEUR a LGIA DISSOLVENT
. Reader, vou may consider this a sort of spread eal
beiding l-.ut I mean every ord of it. I have te ;n
taare. Vi hen j our system is racked with
- - RUEC3IATIC . ...
piin, and you cannot even tarn yourself in bed, or fitting
10 t chair, yon mast sit and suffer, in the morning wish
io it was ninbt, .mi at night wishing it was morning
vYnen you have
when every nerve in your being is like the sting of a
wast, wcuUung the most venaraom and toot poiaoa
aronnd your heart, acd driving yoa to the very verge ol
madness. Vhen yen have the
ttaat I h!lv jesf pot through with.l that most awful
m-st heart-wit hen i:g, most strength-desrrov.ng, most
arxnt hresing and mind-weak emug of all di''easetrat
ean aillict our j- human natnre. When yoj tare tb
jringand writhing in agony and pain, nnable to turn
wu.n-w m uni, ,uu vrery movement wilt goto y
rteirt like a knile : now tell me, if relief aaor ure ( 1
m 'mac ci tsea-ses in a lew nays is not the
Medical Blessing of the Age, toil us what is 1
mRKCTION-STO rSfl-You will take a tablespoon.
I ai and three spoonfuls of water three times a day. and
in few days every particle of rheumatic and neuralgic
pain will 1 dissolves and pr.-a otf by the kidneys,
Manufactured hj DONAI.II KENXKDY,'
WHOT,r.PATJ! ARFKTE Fntlo. V!.k a trn i
AKmitb K 1 I w 1,.; ouer'
Meyers Kros., hu Louis; Moore A Tarbat, Zunkermax. t
At retail by all druggists PneoSL&l
Sir James Clarke's Female Pilir.
These invaluable Pills are unfailing in the cure of all
those punfui and dangerous diseases to wbicb tb.
lamale constitution is subject. They moderate all ex
cesses and remov e all oltstructioas, Irom whatever cause.
to mai:i;ij:i i,.iiks
Tn P'rtiralarly suited. Jbey will in a short bme
if?? ? U"' "n,tlr period with regularly: and
alti otmh very powertul. contain n.rthiug hortful to the
constitution, lu a:l cases ot Nervous aud Spinal ee
e,ertJL"ni."! l,Je L""'- rat.gue on shrtt
w ones, ttiey w,U eiiect a cure when all other means
have tailed. '1 ne pa.,.llct a round each "ack
foil d.recTa.,ns anrt advice. w.u be m 1?Tt to U
writing foi-it, eeaitd from observation. "
?Z'A rF;"- Th r -Joh
ia i, J "o "rJcaV- A!tt"TS nr. .ni,lrt.
J?'- -T " a f Lre the Ut..viSP. cannot be
obtained On. -n.dur.wi. h hfte.n cents fr,?
f "CJ?,e. ?." "".? P-'mrietur, JUU iHl.Sf S. 18 ekirt:
landt street, .New rk. will insure a bottle of the vm
contAining I ifty Fills, by return ma'l, v.r.ly
from any knowledge of its content.
Or. JIanflel.ra, TurhUli S yrnp, aarranted to
cure seminal eakness aud s-perraatorrtjea. Price 5
hent hy erpress to any address. ;. MAKsKlfLl
M. 11 Alaia .Street. Worcester. J Use- '
Ta the Ijarltm. Mruiamr Rmtnfnm-,r fnrdinl Rtilm
cf Srrimm tor female Complaints, thesafest and most
reliable remedy ever known. Warraotcd a all cases
"ffA-LT?,10 tircions,sent byexrresstoany audress
fj aJANbHtLD ij. I).. h Main S. Worcester, Mav
? ? ?.
4 Kdsall. Tulman A kin I hirun. t .
Kice A Uuung. Boswortb A Son. Dohmen A
Mdwauaw: Mcf-.uli.icb. Moejord. 1 Irose
i AiATCH KCUATCIi : ' si ILVTCII ? i
AY l;r a toil's Olnlmcui
In from 1? to 4- hours -Cures
t'ui-3 Hurlirri' Itch.
Cares (fid Sol'ftt.
Curr er-rrtf kiwi of humor fuV,
l'rice.oUo. a box ; by mail, alio
A id'ess WKKtS & POl 1 Kfi, KO Waahimrtoa St..
t ale bv all Drcczists, Boalon, Ha
) Suit K'ie I
FARM, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD.
Gardening for Women.
Franc s r.'Hvr Col'b." sys (liut iimorr;
LealiLlul Hiii'-SM'Ti.Pii's aii-1 v'Ct niuiiuiis lor
woifjcn. :;mi.'iiiiir; 'U-Lt to huve a foie-utot-t
jiiive, :ini a'Ids: .
It is f O'lCf :i art a'.tl f.n txcr.i ft 11
art -wlierriu w.' t'.iili S;-.sons Ikivo t!:orjU;,'L
ly provt-il c.ir j.nw'-r to (' ', find au xer
oisa which l.riij.'s tvery Lanugo intop:iy in
the I'Ui ! '1 fiisii ;.ir. it tj.-y Im mi cheap
ly pursTn J ;l;;it (Vi :t t'.;.' po r st i-nbisj-ror
cveu town p:nt;t; tr r..ny enjoy it; aud it
nmy 1p costly f iul Ki.k'iiitiJ nonh to j;Tat
if? tht? tMtf ff ipieti.s. Tli ruii.nml
afilriity lift '-tc u vcmtoii niiil fleers is so
Ktroup, ko ft-w v.'oii;-ii of 11113' riuk live ile
TMd of ii. uuil so uiHoli of tnrJi-i'i: aud
couseivtit. ry woik cin le wt-1! done by
women, that ii is quite a- anions iiislaru-c
of the uy in which j li Asaiit aud lui'rativc
trades are iuolh o'."..h1 iu e, tl iit th.To
are no Mich ti.-ii-s s pankuvii end
fora ih head p.r.lt i.crs, and women marir
a,qii;R nm scries and uurket-naidtUF.
Many Lnndrnljt of Ef)f;lish liiljts work
froiii choice hiilf ?hir cii:js in their own
gardeus, and. heii th'.ir own li.a.l
tardeneiti, njoy every llower which
lilooujs ti n fold more than )f they had the
honor of iu l;!y miic llinp it nnder the mle
of a K.'oleli aiitoer.it BnL no woman of
Ihc Lnn.b'.r-r c'.'-s t'.iht ever we heard ol
was r.!)w3 to ain Iter 1. lead by iloin
precisely viittt (UeS fad it a -d from
choice; "tl.onnh lion itiiiny wu'd ncv to
qnit dreary K-booI-rocins nnd 'uk rooms
to undertake the same. Ueavta idonecan
Medical Properties of Celery.
Areetiitsicrii-iiltiiral writt rsiy: "ILae
known many mm, sud worn u too, who
troni vtuiuiu liiw.-es-, have Ltcoait? so much
affected !y nervousness tliul whin they
stretched ont their hands they shook like
a-pen leaves on windy clays; but, by a
daily, moderate ie of tJie bhinched foot
stalks ot celerv leaves as a f-al.xd, Jhey be
came as streii)? find sli-alv in their limb
as other ix-' Ie. I have known others so
very neivons that the least annoyance put
the-m in a sta'.e of apit.ttiou, aud thfv were
in almost ctmsii.t perplexity and fenr
who were also ell'ectnallv cured, by a dail
use of blanched celery rsa salad at meal
times. I have known ethers cured by nsin
celery for palpitation o! the hi art. L.very
body tT.nced labor weakening to the
nerves, t.Li'u!d use celery daily in season
and onions iu ita ctead when not in season.
Shoeing Hokses. Among t,L reports on
the Parirt exhibition is a chaiUr ru a new
STstem of shot-iuf? horses. Its inventor, 1L
Charlier. contends tuat the shoe destrovs
the horsw's foot, find substitutes for it a
iron b;d 1 -t into a reitsagnlar froov
scooped from the outer circle of the Lorse'
foot. J. his iianil is taiteued w it Ji Vrn rec
tanqnhir n:ti-s driven into oval holes. TL
sole of the foot aud frog are thus allowed to
touch tho ground. Tue horse never slips
and m ver ctts uuseases of the foot. 1 h
uew shoo bus been tried by M. Lauget,
large jol.m.isu r in Paris, and has reduced
lameness bv two-third?. The omnibus
company, moreover, have shod 120O horses.
and -peak of the imprcvenunt in, high
IcAisLD Wakjles. 0;ie pint cf sweet
milk, one heiph'2te:icupful of butter, three
epgs, a lath spoonful of thick brewer
yeast, : e quart of flour, and another tea
cupful i sweet ini'k, in vbi.-h is; d;.s-olved
a quarter of a tiaspoonful of soda Let it
rise unlii very Ireht, and then bake js oth
er wafiles. Stive hot, riih butter and
'lne conversion into parehme-nt pancr of
the pnpi-r u- ed in making collars, en2's and
other articles cf dress, 1ms been sironelv
recomtuendeil, and, iu fact, practiced with
success, as iiniftrt;ug rur.-u wore dnrabil
ity and and a grtiiier power of re-istaneetc
the per on . t :uii, as well an pertin'.tirig col
ors ai'.d paUerxis to be tpplicd withinereas.
An emui't phvsician says the wliite
rubber ns.l lor nursing bottle r!d infants'
toys ts very prisonous, causing sore mouth
skm err.ptiou deeave.l teeth, spinal enrva
ture, and tb ath. In Europe tiie sale Ofi
is prohibited by law.
FEATHERS AND GREENBACKS.
Pigeon Shooting Between Gentlemen
Amateurs for $1,000—Shepherd
Amateurs for $1,000—Shepherd Knapp and the Boy Parks the Contestants
—The Boy Wins.
From the New York Herald of Friday.
. -A weli-0''cs'id privates -match be-tirac
Shepbetd .ioapt) a;.d Wiiliain P.irks, Jr.,
came; oa Twt"T:i,iT aiiprno.-in at Jerome
Park. The sUk-. s were sl.lKiit a sid j.and
as the atfur was auti'-ipatt-u with much
pi :-aMir there was a t-.-o-T titt.-ii-'n. ce, in
.l..i:.... ... . i , t- . , ....
cuiuiiii; sevcii.i memo-rs Ol liii e.uo. ine
terms ot the nwtc-h set forth that the con-
tePtiyits were ten-hoot tit twehtv birds from
siul tnp, and at tiven-.y troai double
traps. TLa wealbor was" cub? p-opitious,
and a'l tbe preliminaries baviii bet'n Eat-
i fiett;n:y s,:r.tjfcel .Messrs. K'sapp aud
Parks p'ueee.bd vith t!:i matcli, Mr.
Parks v. is r.tther ytiUthftil Tiokitip;, -tj
apparently nut more 1Lh:i veutceu VeaiS
ot afee, vbd his oiipouent. Mr. Kaai.i
was far bfi:d of Lim m poiut of ycari :;nil
seerainly in" experience. .teordiag'y tb.e
oeuiiur wits la tuvorof Kuanp atsom'-tLui-'
llKfl 5 HI'J to syj.
KiiHpp 1-d oil' and popped his fast bird
witn ease; but his adversary was less for
tunate, i'ud be f.ppeared a little dejected as
the obi -el of his aim fl ittered off unhnrin-
ed. ivnarn mLsstd his !ih bird, but des
patched ali the rest with the excention of
the nineteenth, which - escaped, while
Parks missed five. ; Polio ing this came
the cionble shooting, in tie course ol'Tbich
Parks improved wond-rtnUr. and the tide
of fortune seemed to lb,w in 'ids favor. The
shooting, however, of both parties was, as
wni I.e seen bv the s.-oie. iudiiTei-.nf.
Kiiari) killed ten and Parks thirteen
wni.-n, taken m connection w th the pre
vious contest made - it a tie. 'Thev
. L . . , . . . . . . . .
iuvu acrtea to KDi.ol at lUreo I.ini
... ,.i. 4 . . : . .1 . . , ...
in'ni Miigi naps anil as tnree
troni ibe double in f-nb r to dtterunne ulm
the vi.-ior .-hutiM be. Ku-ti u led c-li- iirr:'in
anti misseo : is nr.H lurd. I his cireuuiKMiuee
gave ris-e to niuch i;peeu:afion, and K'.ight
oti.is were cit red mid t.ik-.-n in f.-vnr of
Parks, who killed Li.s lird. In tlie two sue-
ce. cling shots Kniipp v.as snccesaful. Parks
beiuf able; to dispose of only one, resulting
in auotLer tie. Not a little l-xei tei.r-i:t nni
prevailed, for the doulde f-Loeitino- was :tl-
mcst certain to se'tle the epiestiou. The
betting was pretty lively, and as even us
possible. . Knapn killed his first and miss
ed Lis second, kiilM the two t.i xt, b-.it bv
m'iub hirrtugu lalainv missi il Lis two liSf.
With remarkable steadings yonng Tarks
then came to the line and succeeded iu kill
ing his first, but n iss. d his second, aud
killed the two next. He La t tot but one
bird to dispose ot in .rder to win the con
test; accomplishing that task, 1 is second
having esiped, he was eletlated ti,e victor.
As an aimiteur match it wi.h inteiesting,
tboub there was an absence of much skill
while the birds were scarcely in Ike lest
conditio n. Jlr. Jul.rj Iluntc-r "oflL-i.ited as
referee ilr. li.tnks being judge fir-ilr.
Knapp, and Mr. Forest reriormir.g that
ofliae. for Mr. Parks, Jr. The rsi-.it occa
sioued tun U surprise. Auother trt-t will
prob -bly e arnngod b U-een tfje;u. as be
yond doubt it will l,o the occasion for a tc
newul of that plesniMMe en'it mont which
cbarteiizid the aff ur. The f..l!o-,vin" is
tbe f core:
Kr.t)ip.l 1 1 1 (i 1 I 1 1 1 l l l i i i i i(, pp,
W Park- M 1 1 1 1 1 1 o 01 1 1 i! i ti i i i i ii -,
Knat'p.lt 10 10 CO It 11 (Ii (fi (n 11-111
W.JL-srl s.ll f) l'f 10 Pi ! I t! 11 I') 11
SHi-OiiMi IFF 'I. S SI.sOLH'lKAl'S.
. 0 1 1-2
.1 1 0-2
. ... V. 11 i"1-3
M 1 1 10 4
W. IV. ik
terminated ab v-t half
A cor d way, when one is crowd.-.-l in a
public assembly, to oi.trtin spiueis to say
Paul de CasKagi.ac did the edherd iv-
iiT l.. .... J'
iiii" c-are, bir. you pre hliting on
Twenty families ot Joseph ite Mormons.
nnmbt ring in all one Lnndred sonls. bav
left UtAb for their old homes in the states. J
Story of a "Lost Child."
. Per hups there has never been an instance
where au entire citv has taken such an in
terest in the Joes ot a three-year-old child
as Dostoa has respecting Nellie JSnrns.
Three weeks ago, she was playing iu the
street iu lront of her lather's house. When
she had been absent about an hour, her
mother became anxious, and sent a nies-tseue-r
iu search of Ler, w ho could cbUia
no information whatever as to her disap
pearance. fter a day cr two of fruitless
research, Mr. Hums bad band-bills printed
and posted, offering S100reward,which the
city authorities subsequently increased to
!?l0. for her recovery. Information res
pecliug children fonud by persons anxious
to reeive the reward, involved Mr. Burns
iu long journeys and researches which
addc d to bin anxieties witlvont resulting in
an thing ot importance. Letters were sent
to hi in urging him to send money for'po8
itive lu'oimation," one ol them declaring
tuat upon the remittance to a given address
the child would bo immtdiatelysentbome.
These letters were of course turneel over to
the police, who were skeptical as to the
tro-hfuluess of their writers. . '-Tho Lost
Child" became a standing heading in the
news-pupers. At last, on tho 20th insk, a
man mined James Doheity, employed on
astti'.uier plying between .Boston and Bal
timore, called at Mr. Bum's bouse, and
a-ked that gentleman whether the missing
child hud certain peculiaiities of manner
and Oress, which ho described, not enu
merated iu the advertisements. Doherty's
brother had observed such a little
girl at p'.ay in a court or alley
in a miserable quarter of tho town, and
thn brothers had from time to time
taken opportunity to pass that locality, and
notice the child more particularly. Their
surmises were correct, and resulted in Nel
lie's recovery. A crowd of more than two
thous tud people, sympathizing with tha
joy of the parents, surrounded the carriage
iu w hicb the child was brought borne, and
greeted Ler appearance at the window with
cheer upon cheer. It is ascertained that
6he -was abducted, and kept by persons re
siding iu a tenement house back of the
alley where she was found, with a view to
obt aii iug money as a reward for her return.
Awful Loss of Life—100,000 Sheep
We have, via England, dates from Buenos
Ay res to 17th of March, fuid llio 2Cth:
The Buenos Ayres papers are filled with
detid'.s of the dreadful pain pa aud south
erly ga'.o which raged on the 9th and 10th
of M irch. The storm was one of the most
fearful ever experienced in the liiver Tlate;
the violence of the wind even exceeded the
mc-m.-uv.ble Rule of March, lSGo, and lasted
"The loss of life and property in this
poi c," says the Buenos Ayres fc'tandari of
the 17th,- "has been considerable, and the
damages to property aud merchandise may
be estimated ot 100,000. In tbe conntry
districts it is estimated that fully 100,000
shep have leen drowned by the floods.
English estancieros have suffered severely.
A good deal of wheat bas also been lost
As yei, however, tbe details from camp are
incomplete. The heaviest losses have been
iu the districts of San Vicente, Sam
boroiubon, Jianchos, Chascomns, and
the north c?mps that losses bave
been severe, aud scarcely a flock in
the -country has escaped. Large num
bers of w bale boats, pilot boats and other
small crafts are on shore, and many lives
have been sacrificed. Owing to the inun
dation cf a large bonded warehouse in
this city most of the English importing
he uses have valuable merchandise damaged
The Custom House authorities allowed the
goods to be at once removed without pay
ment of duties, the appraisement of the
damaged goods to be made at the different
warehouses or upon the auctioneer's- bill of
sale. A list of the owners of the damaged
property will shortly be published by the
Custom Llouse authorities, which we hope
to be able to forward by the next maiL"
The following Western pate nl were ironed
from the United States Talent Office, for the
wtoU endoig May 3, 1870, f reported by
Farwcll, Ellsworth i Co., Patent Solicitor?
and Attorneys in Patent Causes, IG'2 Lake
Paud piper ho'der Jos. Baker, Chicago.
Lining jc William Clark. Decatur.
Plow grinder and polisher Jlidiael Devanlt,
StearrT toiler for cooking food for stock W. J.
Est.-s I"ciiu Township
Ooru harvester M. A. Geizeudauer, Polo
Set-ding machine M. L. Gorbaoi, IUx kford.
Planing cbnt-k Newell Pirn, Chicago.
itosette for bridles Jjs. O'Krien. Genesee.
Grinding mill Walter Peck, Rocliford.
Office regit ter and directory Henry Bcntcbler,
Kill for maViug rails for street railways G. A.
ririuj;er. t'titcairo. '
Cultivator Nicholas Werts, ilinolia.
Pmiiti J. T Whipple, Chicago.
Padlock J.M. A. Low, Chicago.
Process and apparatus for oslng liquid foci for
producing heat and light Lickerson and Whipple.
Spring scat for wagons Foster, Block & Gates,
Seeding machine H. Koellor, Adams county.
ComDounel f treating rheumatism Landert k
Deg;el er. Chi' a.'O.
Apparatus for preserving wool F. A. Stevens,
Dast ring for vaich frame J. II. Flint. Sonlh
Bend. ' -
Clothes line liold-r A. L. Htirtt, Montlcelln.
Antomstx wagon brake F. M. Pickerel1, Indian
apolis, - .
u ell Tnbe Istac Avres, EltharL
Machine f.rcutti us Vegetables Wra. B. Dnon,
Agricultural boiler F. Farqnhar, U'cbmoLd.
piow Wm II. Lii.hiiit, Noliieiilo. - .
Well cr.be Kimrm Nefl, Clmrnth.
Wahii.g nii'ehine- S. B. Pengli, Salem.
Midline for making pIowf Jas. Krie. F.vane-
Potato Jiirger J H. Pi'.meyer, Raitin.
Fruit basket L. CarpeiitfT, 8t. Josepli.
PuncMug ippsratus Thos. Lew tt, Detroit.
Ptimn iTios. Dcwitt, Detroit.
Washing machine ThoR. Devitt, Detroit
t:lmru A. II. Elliott, Albion.
Door clamp IJeiij. VIoore, Hart.
i:v;iporajing app ratus . Yeniigs. P.crlin.
n.sfcut kiw kV. Cr. TntUe. Chelsea.
cTinm P. T. FalrchiJd, Sheloygan.
Iland e-orn planier Wm. D. (Stroud, Ophkosk.
Bee hiTe Chas. Finn. Des Moines.
Tali'.e-leaf aupport Forrest 4 French. Moni
CuJdvator C!ood, Eathaway A Biarh, Iodepcn
ince.- - .
Ilorso shoe Geo. Copland, Denver.
A coxtkibutob to Notes aud Qaeries
says: ' homo forty years ago I had an
opportunity of examining tbe records kept
by M. Sin-on (son of the celebrated execu
tioner), at his private bouse, of all tbe exe
cutions by the guillotine which bad taken
place at Pans during and since the
French revolution. There is a procw
ivrfia' of each kept in admirablu
order, and duly signed by the offi
cials who assisted at the executions. We
were mucb struck wiib the current exag
gerations as to the number of victims, and
t nave utile doubt that Jlr. Carlyle is right
in nsfterting that the number was under
two thousand. The records aro probably
accessible to any properlv accredited in-
piirc-r. I remember well a statement ol
tsacsem bimself that the current opinion
is to the thousands of those who suffered
was altogether erroneous. Even Mr. Car
Ivle's estimate will be probably foun ' "-h
in excess ot th rnalitv.
The Gaulois says that some workmenen-
raged iu demolishing an old bouse in Paris,
came upen a nest of adders, containing
some hundred of these reptiles, at the bot-
m ot an exhausted well. In themieUtof
this snake nest was found a skeleton, which
Had pronably lallen into the wedl years ago,
aud the flesh of which had been devoured
y the a biers. Strange to sav. in the hand
of th skeleton was a pocket-book of red
morocco leather, iu which, wbeu opened,
there were ionnd fortv tank notes for 1.000
francs each, and a woman's likeness, and a
etter which had beenalmost entirely eaten
y in- repines, me only Iracmant remain-
ug decipherable bearing the words, "Dw
ot make known the plot. A indicia! in
quiry has been commenced.
AMoNfisT other treasures at Delhi is a
piece of, marble bearing npon it what the
f.iithtul declare to be the impress of the
Prophet's loot. When tbmi curiosities
wi ro being exhibited to the Duko of Edin
burgh on bit icceiit visit, one cf the mite
asked tbe ui.in who showed the bjects,
"How cot. Id Mohammed make an impres
sion v.i'!i lis loot upon marble?" "As
your prophet raised men from the dead,"
whs tho reply, deliverprl wilh tha rimd
Mas. Disah Nick, 110 years of age,
draws a revolutionary pension in Tennes
m e. She considerabiy survived old Nict,
s.nd is good for some years jet.
Carl Sevekp, a printtr, lately foreman
of tha Gold Hill, (Nev.) News, and former
ly a resident of Jladison, Wis , committed
snie ide at Virginia, Nev., April 24. by in
COLORADO. No, 28.
SiJ-vous debility w.tU ltd Kiootu aiteud
ants, low spirits, cepresbion, iuvolcstiiy
i emiftjiono, lob ot semen, eperniAitonhoca
Ions or power, dizzy net'i, losu of mtmrr",
and threatened impotence and iml.tci.ity,
find a sovereign cure in Humphrey's Ib-nico-pathic
Specific, Ko. twcuiy-einht. " Compovc-fl
of the most valuable mild and potent cura
tives, they tstriko at once at (Lb root cf the
matter, tone up the system, arrest tbe dis
charges, and impart vigor aud energy, lne
and viUlity, to the entire man. They have
cured thousands of cases. Pi ice $j j-t r Pack
age of five boxes find a Iaiijo vn.1 oi
powder, worth 2.i)ti, which in ve ry imoortai.t
in obstinate and old ca.-ios-, -t il per
einglo box. Sold by all druggist, and sent
liy mail on receipt of pi ice. Adurr.-is Hum
phrey 'u Kpeitio HoiiiL'tip&lhic Medicine
Company, 562 - troadway, K.w York.
Wholesale AgfnU K am limns i Van ciiaack, Hi.rl
bnrt& EtlsaJl, Chicago, Ills.: Jeiiks A; ti,-i,lou, St.
Paul, Minn.; brown, Wel.Drr Crali.-ini. st. Louis
Mo. ; Farraud, bbUey 1 Co., Lv:rL it, iti. h.
Durno's Catarrh Snuff.
Slrengtheiis Weak Eyee Improves the
Hearing, Itelietea Headache, l'roiu i! s tx
pcctoiatkn, Cmcs Catarrh in its w:;t Ht forms,
and sweetens tho Breath. It c.-nt ind no
Tobacco, is mild, and promotes a plcssai.t
bensation and beueticial r.-su-iM to all w
appreciate "A Clear Heael." S old every where
by lruggi!s. Kinm:n.t WiTiiLiiF.i.n, Agetl,
lot William St., New York.
A pomade which acts on the hair, imd doe
not effect the scalp, like all peHoiiein liquid
reslorers. I-c warranted to restore frnlo .
hair to its oiiginal color. The rfiiv all use ii.
It inclines the hair to c nrl, inir.arts a te5nii
fnl glotss aud is perfect 'y barmlciia. Hold by
alletru-gicits. Xmni'.K .t WttHtBiij, Airents
104 Wiiham St., N. Y.
Royal Havana Lottery of Cuba.
Ihree huwlred Utousuud dodarx in (loia
dram, ft try 17 'lays. l'rize ca.-h' d hi.l in
formation fui nithed. The highest iatc. p;1ii
for p.iuMoons and all kinds of Ci'i' l at d Sil
ver, g.ivernnicrit pecuritie, Ac. TAYLoll A:
CO., Bankers. Ko, 1G Wall St.. N. Y.
Batchelor's Hair Dye.
Tliis 8p.endld Hair Jye is- the beet iu til
world, the only truo and perfect Dye; harm
less, tellable, instantaiieou!'; Im (lisappomt
meiit; no ridiculous Cuts; rem. ilien th;i i'
effects cif lad ejes; invigi.tatc a-.d leaves
the Hair soft ami beautiful Mack or l-ron.
Sold by all Drucgiets and Pcrrnnt. r.i, and
properiy applied at the W't Factoiy, 10 Bond
street, New Y'ork.
Eadly Mors. Thouanda of hi.th scxc, in
this country, awake eveiy moruing iangmd,
ni-reficsbed. and devoid of ail iuchuaiieii for
breakfast. No matter from what ctn.-te these
indescribable fctiiugs may nrix-etd, their
beet and rjaiekest rt nictly will bt foipid in a
dofeo of Plastatioji Bittebs. TIi-3 beneficial
effect is immediate. The ttomacli at once
respon-ia to the genial influence of tin pre
paration,and a reeervc of latent vita!ity,wLich
only rrqnired tho awakening agency of this
potent invigoraM to render it activo, is
Drought i;;to p-. Of ali f;ppt:::ers tbe
niot-t infallible, aud the iiupnlao which it im
parts to the digestive functions soons ruts
dyspepoia to flight.
From Sea Moss Fabine may be miuV Blanc
Maage, Light-house Pudding, L r.g Branch
Pudding, Farine Cream, Cream Cake?!?, Firiie
Pies and Custards, Ice Cri-ain, fcoupf.
Gravies, ic, Ac.
Is KUMBKi.s there is ealely. Itwainpon
this priucij.le that tlie iorni'nU of J.'d-.- u's
Mountain Herb Tills was prepared. !-. Jnd
son, intending to spend a forturie iu ade: iia
icg his pills, submitted his rrcipe. to the re
viniou of the moat intelhgci.t &nd luaiiic-.i
physicians of the age, and th? re-snU is a
simple but most efficacious medicine tin
Judson'a Mountain Herb P:l!.-. luey piuifv
the blood, remove all obetrueUr.n ! uusV
the skin of all pimn'cs r.n l blotclu . rel ar.--perfectly
snrei and safe in thir ni . r-tie:n
The Jn.l.-on Monntain Herb rills cure Bilious
news, Female Irregulaiities, nelache, and
mauy of the diMcascs arising fro:t iapm t
blood and a deranged digestion. V.'ao" th
Judson's Mo jntain Herb Pi. Is, s.nd whr-n yo'i
have proved their virtue recommend ti-.rjs i
your friends. They are both sncr-co '
and plain. For sale everywhere.
The number of insane persons in ?t. Pe
tersburg is relatively smaller than iji any
other European capitaL The proportion
is one in every 1,013 inhabitants, vhilc- in
Lomlon it is one in 200. and in Paris ore
in 21 X. Russian statisticians attrilmtc it t-
the defective state of education r.t .s IV
If tod do not feel well you eend for a doc
tor, be calls upon yon, looks w-.c, fcrawjs
some hieroglyphics npon a pic x i 1 p-i'cr
which vou lake to a drug etore an t tht.r..- s.
50 cts."to JLIHJ, bceides the doe.tor't- fen, f..r L
remedy nine t;mci out of ten not bn: n.
good as Br. Morai:'s Indian IWt Piils, wi i-l-eosts
but 25 ct-j. per box. Bo you think thi
former tho bet", because j-ou pay the in"si
for it ? If you do, we advice yen to u e, Jp.st
as an experiment, thu Mor.-c's Indiiti Bo.it
Iills. They are prepared from a fonnn'.H
pronounced by the moet learned phsie!nni
of our couutry to be the best an.1 m.'st tmi
versal ot family medicines. The M 'rse'r
Iudiau Boot Pills cure heuiiac'ie, Liver Com-
flaints, Indigestion, Byepepsia, Female
i regularities, Ac, and aro put up b tb
nar-coated and plain. Give them a trial.
Sold by all dealers.
LtXF.ss The Peake brand i f Irirh linen
and linen handkerchiefs are pronounced to
be the best in the market, having gained a
reputation for slrt-oglli, durability ami b -au-tilu!
finish uneqnaled by any; aio! are in tlie
hi); best favor everywhere, 'iiicy can be
found at m-)fct any dry gi.od store in C.e
city or country, and can be diotiiiguinht d
from others by a monntaiu ptuk stamped on
TrnLTO SrF.AKF.RS AN'O PINOEi'.S v.ill fnd
-urotma uroncntai urocftes Pene-ucia! in
Clearing the v.iice before fpea!i:ng or a-ng-
ing, and relieving the throat a!U r any unu
sual exertion of the vocal organ, having a
peculiar adaption to affection" which tii.-tnrl
tho organs of epeeeh. For cough andcold
Ui Iroa'ies arc effect uaL
Those discacc-s which are iieenlisr to fe
males, as Female Weakness-, Leuoorrl.ea,
Weak Ba-k, Irregularities, aud NuiYi-ust.r
General Debility, are permanently cured b
the nxe of Br. Pierce's Alterative' Estrat t or
Golden Medical Biscovery. Sold by drug
gists; or send tbrei and a' quarte r dollars to
K. V. Pierce, M. D., bnrtUlo, N. Y., and get
three bottles free of rxnrt-sa changes.
Pmvate medical aid.
r.'-ad Br. VMiiHierV
Poi.tciks become B!:ir-Hti.taiiiing in the
Washington Life Insurance Compu.iv, of Nov
Caution to Watch Buyers.
Unscrupulous parties are selling worthless Sabs
Watches bearing trademarks vry nearly i-iiai'ar to
tbe trade marks of gout iue Wa'.tliaui Wa'cbcs.
This is not only a fraud on the purrbas r, but a
great injnry to the reputation of the genuine Waicli.
To avt Jd imposition, buyers should irisint on g t
ting gon ..uo Waltham Watches, and take no oflu r.
This is the only safe rule, since some sellers fri
qnently endeavor to si ll other watches fit pr.d r-
ence, on which larger profits are ruaxle.
The trade marks of tbe varioas s'j les ir, :
AMERICAN WATCH Co Wa'thaai, M:irs
AKS. WATCH Co Wal'bara, llass.
AMEniCAX WATCH Co., Cres-
cetit Street ....Wilthain, ilais.
APPLETON, TRACY 4 Co. .... Waltbsm, Mass.
WALTHAM. WATCH Co .... Walibam, M;si
P. 8. BAR rLKTT Wtdiham, Mxss.
WM. ELLEBT .....WalU'am, llasa.
HOME WATCH Co.! l.'o:ton, Mas
Exaiulno tbe epelllng of these names larefiillv
before bnyiD". Any variafi iU even of a single
letter. Indicates a counterfeit
For sale by all leading Jewelers.
General Agents, ISA Proa iwat ,X. Y.
To sell the only really good low-priced Sewing Machine
Sample complete to agents only eli V-.-a. ., (.. jsi
prr mtoHth tuni urprHM paid Ut rri'rpie nTi,i m il "r
we. rienaiorcircniarsorsampiemachine.acd com
mence canvassing in your own neighborhixei. Ad.lress
UAkKa s.r.wt.(i MACJlti.Mi eO., Clevciaud. ihio
GREAT CHANCE FOR AGENTS
fe?5 to S iOOper month. We want i.- employ a
il .....i niwiijin ue f. . oa cuj.
II mission or salary tointroduceour I! v,rM y.Vsuirs
I 1 ni itMlemi H kite R irt floikn ..... w,l tst ban-
.j - -- wiwni,inimi rieowni
employment, address R. A. Bcaa A t:..,at..ufrs.
7s H iilmUH iSt, j. 1, or Id Jjatrburn Jjl., tjhiatgit
Don't Ildvel liem Unless Vou WatrtTht m
Male and Female Agents wanted. r iT
not intorfpre with i.ther bus ness.' Pbisirians an I
urses will consnlt their own interest, by ri ling fiyr
circnlar or applying t.. C5. W. AI.Lr X ;.i di-ou St .
np stairs. Chic -ao. 11L
Pistillersof ACCOHO1., SPn'.TTS. WIItsK I F o.l
tbe celebrated 1MPI;KIAL t;iX.
List. H'ed'ty cttatptiii row. -
Send for a Price
51 A 30 Mentis Water St., lu. at-a.
This important invention is ncr rendv for sale and is
furnished to order, to snit any Movable-' 'on h flee
Hive, at short notice. Individual. Township. County
and State Rights are for sale. J hose wishing r.xiit
and models should address
int. jcwem, n.wis,
First Premium awarded at the IT. s t,
air, thelllinuts; .
",",r,r. "a ' I'cago city rair. largest Works In
me eniwa niaies. r.sranusned ls4 i H.S.i; k
PUUSiiLNU. 33!l and 311 bute street, Chicago.
JIKITATECN POEOaS PIASTERS.
IVrft.raI-l J'la.tlcist in Imitation r
are l-eiu offered for aalo. Thoie we have seen are a
preparation of "lead plaster," and calculated to induce
paraivFia, costivenees and cotica.
To Rive rehuf from pain in tho object of A LIXOCK'S
PC IKOL'S PLAST1 rns, which aro warranted to contain
C N LY. I KM O CS N T D R UC S,
witiiont a particle of lead or any mineral whatever in
tbnir composition. We have made them for twenty
seven rears, and will alwajs prepare them as beretufora.
Thoj are liarnilosa ; but fur local pains nothing- has ever
pr.,veil so vastlj- curative, as an outward application, as
Its justly celebrated
rczciis Piaster of LIr. Allccck.
Even stricture of thebronc-ii.il nles, drops of the
heart, tuniora, lutcrniil and ovarian, are said to have
been cured by thij planter, but in all uses for a
atrengtheninn planter, and for nervoua and l cal paiua,
we bave the testimony of the first physicians of the
I'n led States and of Kuropo in their favor.
How great the comfort to have a suffocating conch, to
have sharp pains of the chest, queer creeping sensations
around tho heart, cured ay the simple rcmodr of a dean,
ll.-iililo, entirely nnobjcctionable plaster f But internal
tumia-i, cotisidored of a fatal character, are also cured
by Uiia iruld and innocent application, ahich, ai tiug
like arecond akin, produces a steady pressure, by which
absxrbtion, resulting in ease at once, and nltimatecura,
Bciu a preparation from I'raukei: cense, Rubber and
Burgundy Pitch, they seem to possess the qnality of
and imisirttng it ta the body, whereby tlie circulation
of the bloed becomes equalized upon the parts whete
applied, causing pun and nioi bid action to cease. The
Porous Plasters are Oeiible, and found of great help to
those who have weak backs or pain in the side. Kape
cially are they valuable to those who bave neglected
cold. They are often preventives of consumption; nay,
tli-y are believed to have loosened the grasp of Ibis
tcmblo atllictioo, and been mainly instrumental in
effecting a cure. In variable climates thuv should un
worn on tbe breast or between the shoulders or over the
liidneyg, by those who arc subject to take cold easily.
This simple tilaa will soon produce a constitrrtional
vigcr that will enable it to resist eitraordinary changes
of temperature. Frprriencs bas proved tbe Porous
P a.-ler ta be a blessing to the eonsninptively inclined,
invsruil'ly producing tbe most rumarkablo abatement
ot the worst ayruptoina
From the Ecv. Dr. Eeattie.
Sootchtowx. Oranea countv. N. T..C.VL 9.1. l.7i
TrroM vs .A ixciktc. & Co.. ting Sing:
lour Porous Platters are a great blessing. My
daughter. ( bells, had whoopio conth s- roe twelve
mouths aiure; whin the seve.-ty of the disease
abated she still for six months bad a distressing cough,
and became very week and tnia. rinding internal
renit-disot no avnil, an Mlcock's Porous Plaster was
applied to her chest '1 he raugh was relieved from the
diy it was put on, and in one month was enOrely cured,
i am yours, truly, P. BKATTIK.
ITervons Affection, of the Head Cured.
For two joars I have been a great sufferer from nen
ralgiainthe heaa, and found only temporary relief
from all the various remedies that 1 have fried until 1
aeplied one of Allcock s Porous Plasters. 1 cnt it into
tlirte strips placing one minor each shoulder blade and
t he other ever the small ot the back, and for the past
three months I have bad scarcely a twinge of theold pa'it.
1 advise all who suffer from i ervous diseases to lose
no time in making a trinl of the wonderful Porous
P.aster. A. K. .NTKRI.I KG. Secy Singer Mfg. Co.
Ki:w Tons. Junes, 1W.
CUivstowv. Ala.. Jfev. ST. 1W
Messrs. Taos. ALLrock A Co. Dunns tbe extensive
practice of t:-n rears I hsve been a frerjnent witness of
the magical qualities of yonr Ptirii'l-s. Pi.ASIl-JtS.
I can c- rtify that tbey are ail vot claim for them. In
fact, i bave never known then to fail in giving relief in
local p-iins. or to impart support to the part whero
applied. Send me six nwn s ence Yoirs.
KOJltUT liCAAIPBkJJ, M. D.
D. Meyer, of Savannah, Oa., says tbey are the best
mechanical supporters for weak uiu-cles ever discov
ered; that by their warming properties thev bring
power and he.il b. nntil tne strength of the ninseles n
entirely restored; that be knows a case where Allcock's
Plasters cured a gentleman of weak spine; that hed.i.ly
prescribes them in bis practice with the happiest
results, and desires ns o re;er to him.
Pr Henderson, of Farovillp, T.a.. ssvs:
"l'he counter irritant effect if A UcocU's P.jmas Plas
ters is prnrlured in su. h a ndld and gradual way. they
so icvisorafct the circulation around tbe parts to shich
they re apt lieil. and exert upon ail nepvons diseases
fu.-h a gr-t -e.l.itite inrlu-nco. that I place them con
hdemly at the bend of every plaster now in ne."
Pr. .I"hu-oo, of Hartford, soys:
My daily erperiOnce courirmsthe very superior excel
lence of your Porous Piasters. At this moment of
writing a nun at plies forone. who, by entanglement
in a shaft of uucliinery. had both his legs broken, spine
ievereiy injured, and was for nearly a year eutirety
he'iilcss. 'this neui found relief very soon by the appli
cation of a plaster to his spine, fie was soon enabled
to work, and now he labors ss well as ever. He would
cls-eriaily pay nvedoilars lor a single plaster if thy
could n-K. 1-e had at a lower rate. Kuigeons shinil,'
make nse of tnese perforated plasters to tbe cvclusioe
ol all others, as taotr flexibility and adhesiveness are
greatlv in advance of ell other plasters with which I
am acquainted, white tbe perforations peculiar to them
render them grea.ly superior to all others for oniinarv
aurcical uses. Knowing the plasters to be so nseful. i
have no scruples that my sentiments should be known.
J. W. JOHNS! ., M. P.
Drcpsy of lne Heart Cared.
OLE!.- RuDLK P. O., DKLAWATiF ConcTV, Pa,
March IS, Isrtt j
Messrs Thovas Ai.ltock, Co. Having been trou
bled with tlie heait disease for a long time, and after
doctoring with our physician for months and obtaining
no relief, I gave no in despair. 1 was troubled witn
sharp pains in my cLest and load sounds ab. nt m
bs-rt, and olten felt that death would bo a blesseig
At this time was persuaded to apply one of your
Porous Plasters. V, ithin a iew hours alter placing one
on my diest I felt no mere pain, and all throbbing
ceasod abiMit my heart, and 1 felt like a new men.
Yours respectfully. CHAKI.KS BATTV.
25, COO Sold by One Dealer.
Messrs. J. Palch 4 Son. of Providence. R. I., write.
November. l'Ov "We have sold the Porous Plasters
for twenty years, aud, at retail and jobhing, must have
sold twenty- live thousand alt. gether. Tbey are well
1 Nf.w Yore. Nov. 2T
T. Aixeoca A Ca Centlemen 1 lately snttered
severely from a weakness ieniy back. Having heard
yoav plasters much reeomme-wted tor eases of tnis kind
I procured one, and the mult was aU that 1 cxild
d.sire. A single plaster cured me in a week. Yours,
resjssctfuliy, ti. BRItCiS.
Cootc's Stohf, Rockingham County, Va ,
Muveniber J, l1!'. )
Mesrs At.lco.-k A V: -1
latc'y suffered severely from a pain and weikness in
irv back. 1 tried many applications presenhed by ou
djclors, but without doing any good. At length 1 tried
your Porous I'iaater, whiua bonentted me at onue.
Yo-.rs, J K.YS.UCii Nr r T.
A Ifian Saved froat Lameness for Life
A gentlemsn. from placing the beet of his boot on
piece of orange peei, was wd.lenly thrown down and
violently sprained his knee, lie was six months con
lined to the house, though he hail tbe best medical
ad vice. At Hat be applied an ALLCCM'K'.S POKill S
Pi, AsTI It and iu lea than two months bis knee was
prrtcetly cured -
. tu- e of a Badly Crcslied Breast.
Mav 7. ls-,l
Okntlftmfv f n Peccml er. IC?, my breast bone was
crushed and hadiy injuretl ly being struck by a heavy
spar. 1 wua taken nouie sensel.-ss, where for weeks
liyat the pom. ot death ,Vy doctors could do but
hulefor me and 1 suffered continual pain. 'I bedoct-.rs
thought a blister planter would help if put on the
breast, but 1 thoutit I wou.d try. instead. A llcocl
Porous Planter, i pnt one on my breast and stile, and
train that time began to gel oetter, ana in one montn
I va. well, tr-e from pain, and able ui attend to nt
business. Any one t-aa call and sje my breast aud
will show them a modern miracle ef cure. . .
J. U. iiUCK, Jia 3 -onth rifth SL,
- Williamsburgh, L I.
Tikiv A A I.U-OCK A t'-o
A child eight years old, son of Mr. Praper, of Sing
Sing, foil ont of a loft some twenty feet, lie was sadlv
braiseiL Six plasters were torn up and applied to
every bruise. I ui- next day he was out waving as usual.
and in a ew days tbe plasters were removed and he
was penecuy etirea.
A case occurred of severe cronp, where no doctor
could be had before morning. Tlie mother bethonglit
ot some Porous Plasters she had in the bouse, 'ihey
were sin so as to nxarouna tne throat and chest, in
whistluig bieathing soon aliatcd. in tf.w bours the
ehiid slept, and in the morning uo aign of croup
.Astasia Cured. .
Mr. Wra. May, oc CIO Sprins Street, New York, writes
January I. eve; "1 nave been atllicted with asthma
for upward of ten years, receiving no benefit from
medical men. 1 was adused by a tnend to try one of
A 11- ock's Porous Plasters. 1 said 1 had tried several
kinds of piasters without any benenu and snnnosed
tbey wre all alike. .My frieudgavemeoneof Allcock's
ana nrgea me to nse it. 1 did so. a-vl bave now worn
tnem sieaduy lor nine months, and tind myself better
than I nave Keen tor many years, loall aiiUi-ted with
tliis awlul complaint I a y give them a lair chance, and
you win oiess uie uav yon nrsi put one on.
Mrs. James it. Bursdell. of v hlllockrille. Bedford
W estcbester county, was thrown Irom her carriage and
o-ia uer arm onwen oetween lne ettMiw and tbe
should.-r. Alter her arm was set and the bone bad
fully knit she continued to sober great pain at the
pxul of fracture, and passed mry suffering daysand
siHrplf.s niKhts, sothi.ig reliovmg her nnnlsiie up Pied
Allc-rf-KS l-oroas I tasters. Alter using them on
Bioaiu sue waec-inpieieur curea. r.ne obtaineil get
el ict the first day tliey were applied.
A Cure I'orCoId Feet.
S- f! L Smith. Ksq .pf the American Hotel of Babylon.
I., had been troubled for many years with cold t.-et
He bad seen Alicuck'a Porous Piaster nsed for whoop
ing cough with great heneai, and be concluded to try
one ! each foil, cut to the shape of the loot The
rel.ef was immediate, aud be has never been troubled
with colli feet ainpe.
Tuoir application, after purging, cures fever and
sgue, agne uiku. the sploen. and pain e i he lett side
u-4 aoote Ue hip jouu. ts tntaluiily enren .y
Allcoci's Porous Master.
Thtfvare nowwidelvnseil in h,Mn.isi- iu..s ;n i
n" Kuniiie, and approved by all physicians. I hey
give iniuiediaie relief in luiubi.ga, as well as iu pains
of tile si, le and i a.-k. whether they proceed Irom weak.
noss, fat:Ui3, or other aauses.
Rhcurn-itisra cf the Vrists Cnrrd
From overstriminr and other enes I lost the use of
my wrists, i applied an Allroua's Piaster around each
wrist, sr. d in a feiv li.irs tte-y were cuie-i. I tbink
wi.rsini uiea, e-iecially niei-hanirs, should never lie
witbeut tiieiiL .Ii IU.V If Vl.A.Mi, I arpenUr.
Near Alhii,i Avenue. Sing Sing, llwc K. H. i
Mr, liichanls, i. well .nown person .e Sing Sing, i
of rh-nLi.,;:n: u; tbj wrists b) teae I'las'.vts iu
law sec'. a.
CuoToy. Westchester County, Nov. L lJi
M'srs. 1 Hus AH At.Ix.is K A Oil. :
l.NTi.i:xt:s-Ninw three years ago I was prosf rated
by a tomblo luin in my hip. My ductors saiil it was
riieiini.itisin. )nt whatov.-r it Wm It. mntinl m- ... .....
b,.usn f.-r two years, aud nothing appeared to relieve
nie. I tiiinliy putouuneoi jrour I'onsis i'lssters. and
sufin.j it-o. iirHr. t sepi usinir mem tor six months,
and Lave entirely recovered: and though macb expused
have bad no return of thu ill-ease. Yours, truiy
If xon tiT ft Planter te snro xod rooure on of
c,k l'tnou and yon wiil et oor money's worth.
and SEVVARE OF IWITATIOriS.
jibiiwii bnHiipi.ti n o
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3eauliful Rosewood Case-
Irnn ptat T A-f sw nitr. Cwmt.
IIURLBUT & EDSALL
(f uccessors to J. H. REF.D A CO..)
32 Lake St s Chicago,
. IMIHJltTKUS AXU JOBBKRS IX
Fancy Goods, ;
Windovr C lass,
Japonica, - -
Tore Ure Stuff:,,
2-ints, Gili, tic.
tho We s k
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' ESTABLISH!: ' IN 1S44.
SEAL OXLY tl THE BEST CF GC03S.
Special attention given to
We are Agents lot
Pure Dro- ! Jw Trirra ! Qnirk SaJe !
'all and pt oar price bfor nurchaAin elsrfrtw-n.
I v Orders by xuaii will b priced u luw m if bougtit
TO PUi?CHA3r;3 Of
Writ for oar Illustrated Pamphlet, describing Ae
wuxi pnpmlitr wev-Afssfa Jiwin, Orer 1,000 made
and sold annually with steaia Climax, Pit a, and
Mounted or Woodbury Horse Powers. ( Address
J. L CASE A Ca'. r.acine. Vs.
rent French Secret for ladies or tienta.
JL Address 1. H. C. ALLAN OKA
Citrr Jlumort, .
Itching of tb Scalp,
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS
And MRCHANTS Everywhere
Pits 036 Doijir per Eoltls.
k. A. I
s rriirstK v
TfllK Publishers of the RFR A L CHIRK offer to
B. send that excellent monthly free fisr sit months to
anyappiic.nl. Address Kt'ltllO HIM ,
S7 Park K..W, X. V. C ity.
Tbe (-rent -alubrirnt. Prepared in an instant.
onicut ami suitrkiiotr a caamDa"nv J tiirt .rlIjln,
cot. idc and rot r fcinp. TiiUiAXT's KrrTKvrna'KN'r
KLiZKk Apki ient to the mmr convenient and DaLi fa
ble pevparation ever ad. air isterud tr an invalid. If it
wore not clawed among the moit celebrated metlicinen
of tne age because of its wonderful erhcaey a a correct
ive and alterative, it n:iffiit well be styled a vboico
summer Inxary. ! m a swift rvmdy foraUtb pains
and penalties of inipiufienc in eattna: or driticg,
trrmmiiatn! roht-vina a' id ity 1 . the atmncii.
flatulency, bi'i.ia iifid ichrt, nervorainerys, prvj-steal
rrrnratiir. on'ic nn.i all deraneftrnen'ftof tiie TuacH
Lswels, liver, or kidneys occatone j by unduu uinui
Keuce or o. tier caaea,
SOLD BY A IX ii:nnsTs.
'V Aa. A 3 v i
: i f t-
lb is is NO PAT KXT M KDIC'N" K H I'M BCIS. gotten
no to dune tbe tunorant sn-l credulous, nor is it repre
sented as lieiog "composed of Kare and precious sub
stances brought from tne tour corners ol me sarin,
carried seven t-mes across tbe t-reat flesertot Saharah
oa the backs of fourteen rami!., and bronght acr ss
tt.e Atlantic mean on two ships " it is a ii;f.
'A,..4 ri-.--''. a rrf'.rt it.rifr itr C.TAt:tlU aud
"Cot j IN THK ltKI.' also Ut effnsive brcarn, I iisa
or itnnsinut.'rt rf the sens" r.f .smell. Taste or Hearing,
WaCringor Weak Kycs. Pain or Pressure in the Mead,
when caused, as they all no anfre.iuently are, t-v the
violence ol Catarrh.
I oner, in good t.ii'h. a 8 snding Keward of i Vxl for
case of Latarrh mat 1 cannot cure
For Sale by n out l)ryggit Kvrr wlifrr).
Price at) Ce-ts.
Sent by maiL post-paid, on receipt of Stttt Cests.
renr packages tr Ssi.m or 1 itr.en tor v-at.
snil a two cent st:imp I-rr ir raae s pampoiel
Address tbe f ropnetor,
K. V. PlKRCrM. D,
BroTALO, N. Y.
JUSr LOOK AND HEil)
The testimony of thousands concur in the fact that
LIFtH FQO THE HAIR
the best Hair Rnttorative in Uie world for beantily
k ioe iiair. ic
Ststores Gray Rair to its Ori'isfJ Color,
is not an injurious dye. It will do all that is claimed
tor it and m admitted to ho
fend for Tr?r.tiso cu tho II v;?;
3. A. CHEVALIER, VJL O.
101 Sasi '25!h Sr.. ;,Tev Yoik.
U. ir. i I
w s t -j
S AWS "f f.:l descrinliona AVIN I
MILL It'iVi.sHiVi.s ilki'lTH:
sr.ii.t teem er with 1'a;k.t
AVI'. BIAi.:: riHNrts
r-nor to n't inrtfl T"'f ..rA
. . t " t'rtre-i lit f nerd.
Iff Scn-1 f..r l'nc- l ist tn I t ir.-ilars
UKM'II A t.i;n-Hi i!s.
Ttt.slllll, ,liSS). 111" ilf-fril.i. .'ill h
000 BREAD. -a
..r h K'i 4, ar
than v rente per jw.n.1. Tne hent, .'etpet aud
relmhtV. 4 'ontaimux o4iiirc i') ii'iitir it'itmre.
frea on rmrvtint o. ;-i eatn. Ai! fn-C. i W(A'D.
A V V. V IC can be msde lv r.iod en.
erratic men wh.i know bow to tuan-
a winmI tbing.
iVune bjt sn.tble a tints wanted
who rsn kerp their moie.li
liuL Ad. Iress. in
conhdince, A'sr i'ork Vanr'v C" ,i-J r-.mndway, N Y
ODER'S PXSTM.I.I-S. A Sure P.c'ief f..
Asthma Price Cii cents by maiL
SI o V Kl-L CO., harl.istown. Mass.
A DAY ! 40
f articles fnr
B. DUAW, Al
RING'S AMBROSIA V:-:
Y.i Prevents Ealdness,
frequently cause Nev, ?
; Hair to grow oo Bald
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CHICAGO BUSINESS CARDS.
(tl'K. I. B. Ct .iS and 55 Lake St. Chicago,
wuwrraiw utwitra .u uoo.15, tuuaery, n Ulte
loods. Hosiery, Giures and Kancj Gooda.
PAPER AND RACS.
8AFLIN, lU'TI.F.R dc CO- Dealers in Paper,
J 1 rimers' Mock. io. Cash pud for Rags. CI and
4-1 tae street. (.'tm-ITO
la PEAKE Klt.M
of Irish 1,-nena anu Linen
HandkerchieliH, is distin
guished for tineni-MM of
texture, uniform quali
ty. sperior elr.-nutls
ana ueRulilnl knis-li.
Being made ef the puresti
and Itewt material, they
nperaeda any goods of the
kind ever offered in this
country. They are sold by
most of the dry goods mer-
ph.nt. in all th- ... 1
ivwas iuniuut.u me i mtei mmm.
C 7 Pnrch-tsers will know tbe-e goods, as a monntain
Peak, precisely hke the above, is stamped on each doECD
and piece. WM I. PKAKKACO.
. , . K ts and .ill White street. N. T..
Hit- In port riM of ikit Brand f.w the t'il I gain.
To sell oar ,:
Patent Metal Sign and Doer Plates
Agents are making from H to 3 per day. Rend
yonr name and So cents for a sample, which sells
readily for J Address K .sPsJU.K.NBUKC A CO.,
Paient Attorneys and Mannfaotuaers of Patents.
No. 1-1 S. -tin street, s-t. Louis, Mo.
made new. easi-
it on receipt
nue, corner of Kast
J-th Mreet, New
Comfort sod Cure
for the h uptnred.
"-sexit post-paid on
lO.ll. U I t J III
Address Dr. K. tt.
4 FfaTK, author of
Sense. Plain Home
I Talk, etc, LO Lex-
ingroo -s.ro., cor. oi
rastith St., N. Y.
Sent in sealed en
velope eo receipt of
10 cents. Address,
Dr. K. B. r'OOTK.
li Lexington Aver
nne, corner oi Kast
th iStreet, New
HINTS TO THK CHILDLFS sent tr K on receit t
of one letter stamp. Address Dr. , II. iXXt I ,
lu neuugton Avrnue. New Yoric.
Water, Wine and Milk
Al.EX. St. LKSI.EY
MT" Send for Catalogue .
Tr" Tor want the piirexf , fcest srsi ehrnpest
TOII.KTt P, bny t CH.c; TK A f tr s.
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FAHMEHS' AHO. MECHANICS'
LIFE HsSUaAlVCE CO.,' -
OF NEW YORK.
OFFICE NO. 200 BROADWAY.
$I'Ki,ui Deposited with the I nrnrance Department ot
tiie State 'or the Pmecion of the Policy Holders,
and Invested in t.ovcruinent Honda,
All theoffcen and Directors (without an exception)
are Stockholders, and will take good care that the
F sopor reserves for further protection of tbe Policy
1 lders will be msde.
Tins Company makes a Cash Dividend to its Policy
Holders J:-. to . per eent, each year in advance, bt
Mi'UMit of tt I'M ruV. or" ftioitHM,
The safety of the Policy Holder is gn.trde.1.
Ail New York Corap. Dies are obliged by tbe State to
5Vt Aside the same Reserve. The lieserve for each
Company is the same, calculated on the same table of
mortalty, and at the same rate of interest; couseu.aent
iy, all aro sale.
CONDITIONS OF POUCY
T.iis Cwnpany charges oo Policy Fee.' "
T ii:s Coiopauy's l'olicies are non-ferfeitabla -
This Company imposes no restriction on travel after
re annual psyment has been made.
This 'omnany insures tbe lives ot females.
.Tliis Company will not contest any legal claim.
This Company will pay claims as soon as the proof
hereof is fully estaehsbed.
I'i'f'i ir LCIWK.U tkfiM thomof mttj otber Viasfwy
arJtJifi tnir thm lawn of Xrir i'ork. amd BjrSPOSSlBLa
to hr inrurtiitt' 1 'fftrm mt for it mnfmtif.
The r'armers' and Mechanics' will grant insuranee ta
suit on the following plana;
Or.nrs-sHY I.rpe, C'osrporwo ISTKnesr,
Kmiiwmi:kt, Income PaoiHct.su,
f'lllI.UKKN KMIITIWMK.Tr, Tkrm Lji-t.,
Joint Kniiow ni:..vr, RfrrrK.N Phuhtjus,
Joint I.itK. ANNcrrus,
and in addition to the above plans will issue policies
"TONTINE .iU Ti:.U' OK CHEAP PUN
FOR WOKKINt; SIEN.
Tontine Mutual is a combination ef Insurance and
endowments and is singularly adapted to the wants of
s class of Deople who have hitherto been debarred
rrotn toe oenentsoT I jie Insurance by heavy expenses.
ami tons i.ite insurance is popularized ana made
superior to deposits in a savings bank.
To insure your hie on the Tontine Mutual Pan yon
pay e i-i once.
Yon pay 7- annually.
Yoa p-y 4 1. In whenever a death ocenrs in yonr Class.
Yon are certain to rec.-ive jfl.um).
A nd ii your C lass is full $.i,ii0.
C 'l.ises are regulated by ages.
BOTH Sr.X KS A DM rvTKD LNTHK SAMKCTASS.
AI L UAVK TO PASS A MKDICAL KXAMI.NA
TttlX. Classes are limited to 1AK) Metubera,
IVhrnevrrnt hss Is onrr fnll it U intended ta
keep it aiwsjn lull by fill mat the vacancy
whenever it itrnth oernrw, by at arw
applicant of about the same age
'I he ( om party guarantees that in case yonr death
should occur within a year, althonrh they are not one
thousand members in your Ciasa, yet will yonr family
receive .-$1:011; but in case your cl.:ss baa more than one
thousand ni embers, then yoa would receive as many
dollars as there are uieuilKirs in your class at the time of
FIVE THOUSAND .MEMBERS,
Class A. Admits all between the ages of 15 and "R.
Class K. Admits all between the ages of :1a and -ta.
f'laas C.'. Admits ali lietreen .he ageeof su and viia.
At thesama tiia- tiatyon become insured, yoa also
A .Hraibrr of the Tentine Fand.
Which may give loyourself, whilst Uviug, a large sum of
This is the only Company la tbe United States doing
bnsinesAon a sonnd liasis. . that has a ea-n capital
of liV.Mi, or t- at has a deposit with the State for the
security of the Policy Holders.
At.l-.M .S WAMHI. Sr ND l-OIt ROOK OK
T1.S. Al l, I.IKKi.TORH ATtK STiXKHOLD-l-.ICv
At.I.gKt-Ii-1 US AUK STt M KllUIJJfcU.S.
.- K Me.MI KDY Presidei C
V, .M VKI INDA1.K, ice President.
J LK A N D K K ST A KR, See'y.
Wv. H f XDI- KNOX. Assistant Sec'y.
l-rcrrs Sfr.lAK. Consnlunc Actuary.
U. I. STKWAKr. ConnseL
J. Vf. ilENKT. Kodxax Babtxett.
Persons desiring to act as ahest can sn-itw to Par
tners and lrcbanics I lie I nun nee f omnuiv. or rail
the . fixe, 'jv broadwav. New York.
HENRY.GLEVS &' GO.
(UNITKD STATESTKEASURY BUILDLXUS,
32 XVaU Street, Y.
CLEWS, -KABIGHF& CO.,
The business of our firms Is conducted hi the wamo
wanner, m all respect, as lost .1 an litem po-
rated Kank. Parties keeping their accounts with
in eitb-r t I It KI- NCi or t.OI.D.caa ( II VA K
AT H;ilT, iibunt nulire. Intrre-it will also
allowed upon aj daily balances; credited monthly
and account current rendered.
Wh issue ( Vriiflcnlr- si llenOMit, payable on
demand or at liie.1 uute. bearing ,nterH.t. and avail-
nble in ali imrls al I lie IniinlMales.
no are at r.l times prepared to mane .1111.1.11 r.
oe.r lealers on approved coilaterais at market
ratos of iuterr-.t ...
U e buy aad sell t;l.l. Kills ol r xr nn.ge, liar,
rnunewi. Suite aad ( ity Roads, and other hrst--t-iiriii's,
Ptf ll. ATTENTION given to negotiating
Kailroud ..ud oih-r coiporate Ixtns.
We iiuK. ( "It. !.!-.( I ICSpromtpryof Csapttss,
Divi.leii.ls. Not. si. Oralis, A.r at all points in
I eiu-d .staU-a, aus.ta, nr l-ur.-, and are fully
p.epare.1 10 oitr llnnkinM Facililir-i upon .ither
urreuey or (,4l tn.-sa
"Till. - " "
PATnG..! i&XMO MACHINE
1 a i.rse'-cl.- iarKe. b tuiisouie liouhre-t'nread
.-tnniy macbinn. It is ttiH qmuke-U ea-ueet and
ftm.plev. .nuwn. IhT " IO. A1m the most
vihcieut and pracffc.rl
I ivn uie.i rea make wooer by selling them.
Credit given on good ss urey. snd references. Only
letters cuckniuu twostaaips will be answered.
91 J 3Iarkr( Strcft, Wllmloatan. Iel. -
r(?'Ni: MEN suffering from Nervous Debility
Preqntnre IVcav. Self Abase, Ac. send , 1
Nkkyine Piluc Sure mire. Never taiL ifiluhymaa
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Capital. -ji.imi). Shares, President," Fx-Oov.
RoeraT H.n.-rott. Secretary and Treaa. .MaimtxE "
Jauison. Cnarantee one acre of land for ea.-b share
stock sar n annual dividend of lot) per cent. Fifty
acres monthly as a premium for tbe largest onmber of
?.rV.t!,lten- Art lressall letters and remittances to
At RICK JAitlSOX, Box 68, Haieium, i-uzerna
County, Pa .77- ,
U r BOOK-Agento sell Wei per week. IVice
ntll S-i. Address L.STEBB1XS, Hartford, Ct
A MODEL, HOUSE.
r'f'nir a erinple. I have made house planning a special
study, one hmlt last season bas proved a model of
convenience, beauty, and eroowiy. Descriptive eirna
lars ot Plans. lews, etc., with general iniormatiou of
value to all, sent tree. Address iwith stamp or script rf
convenient, Ur.O. J. COLBY. ArchitecOVaterbury.
l IMlivi ana nv.nhu.ui it,
IB oong Men. free, in sealed envelopes
KJ ASM1 I A 1 ,C.. tox P. Philadelphia. Pa
radville TTseolouirnl School.-f'nitanan
Jl a educates Ministers; tl' a year to poor students;
beg las An .ii. Appijto. 4. JLirersvarr, Meadville,
1) S YCHOM A NCY. FASCINATION OR SOCI.
t HAK.Ml.Ni;.-) pages; cloth. This wonderful
book has full instructions to enaese the reader to fas
cinate either sex. or any animal, at will. .Mesmerism,
Spiritualism, and hwadreds of other corkms eioerv
menta Ii can be obtained by "ending address, with le
cents postage, to - - T. Vi. kV AX A CO.,
Sa 4 1 8a Eighth SK. Philadelphia.
Inventors who wish to takeout letters Patent .11
advised to counsel with Ml'SX A CO., Editors oi the
Amrrira, who have prosecuted claims before
the Patent Orhce for over Twenty Years. Tneir Amen
ean and European Psleat Agency is the most ex tensive
la the World. Charges less than any other reliable
agency, a pamphlet containing; fuu instructions to.
inventors is sent gratis.
MUKN & CO.,
. . 37 Park How, New York
Dp. "WAIKEE'3 CALIFOaXIA
. TTnTtHrerla rif Tr-.n-nea-rirla ? 3"
Bear testimony to their Wonder- w 2. c
lul Durative EH'ects. S 5J
Ui WHAT ARE THEY? S f
1 uli dtr. .Ui a. vx.ri w 2
32 F A NCY
Made of Pool Tt n III AVhisllv. Praal Sni ri
and Refase Liqattrs doctored, spiced aad sweet
ened to please the taste, caned" " Tonics," ""Appetiz
ers," Restorers," Ac, tliat lead the tippler on to
drunken uc8 and rotn, Unt are a tme Medicine, made '
irom tne jauve 1.001s a.-.d iieroa 01 t,aiirornia,irea
from all Alcoa alio rstitwalanlsw Tbey are the
OK EAT TtLOOD riKIFIEIt and A CI Ft
uii ic. I ltlAliri.L a pencct Kenovainr ana
Invlcorsior of tho System, carrying off all poisonous
matter and restoring the blood to a healthy condition.
No person ea take these Bitters according to direc
tion and remain long unwell.
5 1 UO Will be given for an incurable ease, provided
the bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or
other meonfl. and the vir.it nr;--inl wasted hevnn.l that .
point of repair.
For Inflammatory and Cnronlc Ttaeansa
tlsm and Goat, Dyspepsia, or wildest ten,
nilious, Remittent aadlutctRilltcut Feverw
Dineaaes of theClood, T.lver, Kidney and
Bladder these Bitten bave been most success
ful. Such piaeasea are cruised, by Vifiatrd
Blood .which is generally produced by derangement
of the Digr-stire Onraaa.
DYSPF.PSIA OR IXDl'GESTION. Head
ache, Pain lntncShoalders,ConRb8,Ti(:Trtnes8of the
CKim. rri,,lnMfl C - V 1-., .. t ,1 -1 . . j ,vA
Badtastd in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation
of tbe Heart, Inflammation ot the Lnngs.Palo in the
regions of the Kidneys, aad a hundred other painful
symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
They invigorate the stomach., and stimulate the tor
pld liver aad bowels, which rentier them of nn equalled
efficacy In cleansinL; t'.ic blond of all imparities, and
Imparting new lift- and v!j;or to the whole system.
FORSKINDIS E. SE-S. Eruptions.Tetter. Sal t
Rhnem,Blotelie8, S.out, Pimples, Pustutv,Bils,Cat
bnncles,ItiuK-W'orms.ScaliilU'ud,Pors Eyes, Erysip.
alas. Itch, Scurfs, Discoloration of tlie Skin, Humors
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or natnre,
are literally dun np and carried ont of the system in a
short time by the useof ilu-su Hitters. One bottle iu
such eases will couvince the most incredaloosof their
curative effect. '
Cleanse the Yitlati d I'.I.x-.l whenever yon find lis
impuritleebarstinfithrouli t!iesk 11 lul'iniplesrrip
tlons or sores ; cleanse it when, you find it obstructed
and lu?s,'ish In this veins ; ele-.;!i e It when It is foul,
and your feeling, will to'Iyor; wheru, Keep the b!ol
pore aad tic lien'u'i of til : sy-ii-ta will follow.
PIX, TAPEandotir Vt:ZllS, lurking in Pic
system ef so many iho:.su:i.' -, are IT. ctiially destroy
ed and removed. For fui: directions ri ad caref .".7
the circnlar around . ;;ch hottte, prlntfHn fonr la..
irnaires Enilish. C,mia:. i n r.eli an.1 Spanish.
J. WALKF.lt, Pmrr!ct.ir. . II. M DO AXD & CO,
Druggists and Ge:i. .-nts, S.u. J ra-.eisco. Cal.,
and a aad II 4Vai:n--i -o St rei t. New York.
twt r, t-v- m i tr- :.;; ;"-; ) Dr.VLEIUi
engaged in tt. .
..." GRADUATE OF MEDICINE.
-c jitics will i.tMwv. has been longer j
.rvatnient ot V enema. Sexual and
thaa any other phvaxaaa ta ba.
Syphilis, Oicrrrhea, Gleet, StrictnTe, Orchitis.
Hernia and ripture-; all I n nary Diseases and
Syphilitic or V arcnruil A tilictions of the 'I'bnat,
akin or bones .x-.-teaswithnnpaxalelledsuccesa
Spermator 4.e, Sexual Debdiiy and luipotency,
a uie result tcif -uae in youth, sexual excesses
in maturer year, orothercanseavand which produce
some of the -cilowiug effects, as nocturnal eons
sions, bkitchi-i . ebiucy.ihzinese dimnessof siirht,
couftlaion oi -I as, evil forebodings, aversion to
aui-ityof fenis, Joss of memory and sexual power,
and render r.,-; oarriace improper, are perma
The Doctor'Tv irtmitiesinhospltal and private
practice are Jo t, passed in be laiuaaor any other
city. Hack til no Louis papers prove that he bas
beenlocatec! 1 lies a onger by years thaa any others
advertising. iHis v'abtiahaient, library, lalsiratory
a.,1 a nnm n t. n a n .- . nnrlVJtl lttt mill. Ml Mil .a
surpassed atfwht.Hr Age.witiiesperienoe.can be
relied upon, and ti: one tor can reter to many pby
ruciaasthroi.gboukcit 'Country. Iu past success and
present position he. -ads without a eumpeutor.
Tb Writioxfsofk Physician whosse rwpsr
taticin is 1 ul n-wi.le aliottld bo
worth teadina'. -
Dtx-ro-B WrrrrnrTt pnblishea a MSDICAL
P A M PH I.E T relating to venereal diseases and the
disastrous and variwd consequences of sell-abuse,
that will oessnttoanyaddreaaiaasealed envelope
for two stamp. Many pbysicians introduce patients
to the Doctor -iter reading hjaliedical Pamphlet.
Communicaficiiconndeniud. A triemily tala will
crmt yon nothing, l-ttice central, yet retired
V t;I7 St l .h i.Tes MtreetL SL Louis, to. Hnnis
a Sundays LI to 2 r. JC
Very few p.-rsons tttihk when ihev l.;iv
a Gue. snii.ji" ll:iir,r t.'ie verv 'reut ieip..r-tHu-u
in" csi tivaiiu it ii t'lu-ir ymtt'i
Nothin ean be un;e lic-nmin- or ilesi;s
bie iuo.d aireti.-iua CneiuilM ITaif H ti.
In .inter to seen, e till-". vers linvii h.-. w
speut by Iw. Cuai.fant Iti perfective.' lii-j
v.iIuhIiIc artieie. it c. .plains 0 telll '"!
0 M'MK LKtl)'.! Ml tl.ilillili t 1
POISOMH'H L;iiti MUitlSMIr t.
onrn anu tiestrny tins very deiintte root t-t
It is I'l l.'tXY VFr.STAM.R-cnntft'.ts
the only . ie i il f ,: r ti-. ov. reii ;ii t
prpinote tee .,':ew t!t ami jr..i.fes ( ;
luxnria:it lo. ka i:f Hair, it i- ti. '.. iK.,
perfiirrieil wit !i f Imaweers of iii.t-t t'ra rrui.i
liowers. '1 his article ia fumd 111 the la: -e
'Cllirs nit auiiost every loilettre. hut m.
j especially ain.ui; llei more 1 isiiioii.-KjIn
Iclasiies, as it Ims pnn. tl fn he t ie i-niy sr
Itieletliat wi: r. tain t'lu II i:r In posi!ii-:s
I any len'.-th ..f t after ilr. --:.n--. It is
jiis.d bv Ua ltair Ore- .-i-siiti.I IVu-Ikth
jttt ail tlid l.-ad'n llot.-N 1 f tile rot;nti v.
j 11 oetiiree t.tiusas for a a.rhiio arir-iel.-s.
Al.-ihol pre;Hni: ion- iVeiu Hit- n-: n
jral hi-at ( tUe li.'.nl i-vapuMtes .tinl N-.ii.
:the Hair psin lied and thy. i'i.. e l' rts
cXEi.t;iLni ra, rp -trw.vr .
sold UX am. Dni;c:isT-..
tvitni.rs 11.1: rv
rUT.T.EH, FINCH t FULLER,
INK i:T. K INr..-AWntii(rlnk,Iiro,:J
in eclfrr, ilow, dumh-'ity and cheiun, A pat-it-
tpir a Tmt of iriH. tnT t nmil for 2Sc!B.
Addre VV ALTf- ii
JIHT- A".)ST PROMrNFXTCH KMICAtlXORFDI
KN TH OF HOf s'S it tl.T KXTH xi -p n t '
vegetable-'?. C ,rA. , m and irrA.u-.a. s.oVr. .I-ILV
eVr"n,T nonnarins suhetance,raauy assimilated
.ue uuma i organs. and o..nseqoen'tysailyd'gested
RCU has tMwn wiselv a.tde !. an i i tl flrit.r ia m ..
the too rapid effect of the getntinnos matter. Gcm
substance soluble in water, without taste, glutinous.
raioer noansnirg -j he Saccu.vi im, criuciole b,s
a sweet a-d oalatihle ta.le. " '"""" '
Sor D BY ALL Drilf. CISTS AND CiROCFRH
TAKUANT A uS IJrwiwirt .nVV"
'e'e Agents for the Lnited States, Ete.
ilOnf,Wa'wW",e,,l?,,el? thbnUfnl PW
eocioss stamp and address Under X Bre ,PuXYork. P.
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