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FOR THIRTY YEARS !
Perry Davis5 Pain Killer
Has Iwn tested in eery variety of climate, and by
almost -every nation known to Americans. It is the
almost constant companion and inestimable friend of
the missionary and the traveler, on eoa and land, and
no one should travel on our LAKKS OH KlYKRS
Fain Killer was the First and is the
Only Perma.nrit Pain Reliever.
Since tile PAIN KII.LKR was first introdnced, and
met witn sucl unsurpassed sale, many 1 IsrMKNTs,
Kklikfs, Panamas, and other Kemkdiks have been
offered to the public, but none of them has attained the
truly KNVlAMLt stamilnu ol the PAIN K1LLKK.
WHi' IS Ei-II3 SO ?
It i be can e IHVS' PAIN KILLER is what it
claims to be. a Reliever cf Pain.
ITS MER.TS A?E
If yon are suffering rmm INTERNAL PAIN, ttrmtv
tathiriv &$ ' a ui'rr will almost instantly cure
you. There is not hmg equal to it In a few momeuts
it cures I olic. C ramps, bpasms. Heart-burn, l'iarrhea.
Dysentery, Mux, Wind in the Dowels, Sour Stomach,
Dyspepsia, Melt Headache.
In sections of the country where FEVER AND
At UK prevails there is no remedy held in greater
esteem. Persons traveling should keep it by them. A
few d-op of water will prevent sickness or bowel
troubles from change of water.
In foreign countries the colls for PAIN KILLER are
great. It is found to
Cure Ciioiera when all
WHEN USED KXTF.RXAT.LV AS A LINIMFTfT,
nothing gives quicker ease in Burns, Cuts, Bruises,
Sprains, stings of Insects, Scalds, lr removes the lire,
and the wound heals like ordinate sores Thosesuffer
ngwith KHKC.M VITSM. iiuUT, or NEURALGIA,
it not a positive cure, they find the PAIN KILLER
gives them relief when no ot" er remedy will. It
Gives Instant Keiicf from Acning- Teeth
From 1XT0 to this dav, ISTu, (thirty years,) PERRY
DAVIS' PAIN KILl.t-.K bas had no Rival !
Kmy H'Mtkrprr Jiti k'rjt it a hand, toapplyit on
the first attack of any Pain, it will give great satisfac
tory relief, and savo hours of suffering.
Do not tntle wilra yourselves by testing untried
remedies. He sure you call for, and get the genuine
PA IX KILLER, as many worthless nostrums are
attempted lo be sold on the great- reputation of this
valnable medicines. tW Directions accompany each
Price 25 cts . IVtcts.. and $1 per Bottle.
J. X. H A K K1S 4 ., incinrati. Ohio, Proprietors
for the Southern and VV extern States.
tf" For Sale by all Medicine lealers.
Sold st Milwaukee by B'-hworth A Soys,
Gurknf. A Button, Kirn A Rimnr, Drake Bros.,
Dohmks, Schmidt A Co., and ail Milwaukee Drug
IMPORTANT TO FARMERS-
A nc axd tnatf wunhi i urn, lion. The "KinsM Snb
Foil At-tacouen fr Plows. patented May lutii, lTU.
The above is w'hour donm the tmp!-r iu1 wx' prrf
ih-niir ever offered to xbe public, f 'very Farmer ia
the V. S. f-htuld have it. he under Mned (hole pro
prteW.rs) offer tde tollfiac terms to tee i&nuiijfr com
munity, everywhere in mivaace of ravelin atreota
I' I -on receipt ot Vo liil.it we will senri by relarn
m-nil to nv address, a Farmer" hceo-e tor the SubMiil
Atutchme .t for the fU term of tlie patent, (seventeen
years) a c mpnied witb an accurate full size e'iirravinc
f the Sabsoi er. bv wuich any blacf$ruith can easily
make it. a d it is attac e 1 to any llow in a few min
it5e -or a sample Nubs iler by Kjt press, with a licente.
A -., on rociipt of l ive Dollars, i'own-hip rifrhta, with
sample Satis .i"T irratis. $:!, by postaJ order, it applied
or immediately. Address
it JOHNSON V CO-,
Baym -aid Klock, iawrence, Kaasaa.
OP THE AGiS.
DIv, x"'S RHEUMATIC
AND NEURALGIA DISSOLVENT,
Reader, yon may consider thi
beading, but 1 mean every word of it.
f ham been
there. ben yeur system is racked with
irfun, and you cannot even tarn yourself in bed, or sitting
ic a chair, yon must sit and sutler, in the morning wish
io it was night, and at night wishing it was morning
Wnen you have
when every nerve in your being is like the sting ol a
wasp, circulating the most venomoos and hot poison
around your heart, and driving you to the very verge o
madness: V.'neu you have the
that I have just got through with.) that most swlui
most heart-wiihenng, most strength destroying, mos
-jiint-lireakmg and mind-weakening of ail diseases that
un attlict our poor human nature. W hen you have the
lying and writhing in agony and pain, unable to turn
yourself in bed, and every movement will go to youi
heart like a knife; now tell me, if relief and cure of any
ot these disease in a few days is not the treatest
Medical Blessing of the Age, tell ns what is 1
DIRKCTIONS TO USK Fou will take a tablespoon
f'i! and three spoonfuls of water three times a day. :.cd
iu a few d.-iys every particle of rheumatic and neuralgic
pain will be dissolved and pass off by the kidneys.
Manufactured by DONALD KENNEDY,
WhoixsaLE AtJESTS. Fuller, Finch 4 Fuller, lord
Jt Smith, K. P. I yer a Co., Burnhams A V an Scoaa- fc
llurlburt & Hxlsall. Tolman A King, Chicago: tvrjen
I:utton. lire 4 Rising, BosworLh A Son, Dofannra
Schmidt. JVoiwaukee: Mct-)ulloch A lot.krd, l.a( )rofise
Noyes Bros., Sc I'aul; (Jollins Bros., Z. K. 'Wetsel,
Meyers liros St. Lonis ; Moore a 1 arbet, Zunkenuan
At retail bv ai drnvgista Price 1.50
i i ;rr proved, from the most ample experience, an entire
:-uvvr-s. Simple Prmnnt 1-iiiCieni ann i.euimic.
::-r r tle ,!oHif':nes norfpctlv adapted lopolju-
.".- uMfo simple that mistakes cannot be made in
:. lifm : so harmless s to be free from dancer, and
-"V;.vit jib ! he :iivavs reliable. They have r.-:se-,l
h-,-Tti1'--t commendation irom ail, ana wiiia.u
I. Cures Frvers. Congestion, Inflammations
' 'riii-. Worm Fever, Worm Colic
". " ( r i'.t;:--'olii", or Teething of Infanta...
i, Iinrriira of Children or Adults-... -.
Dj"s'II!Tv, triping. Bilious Colic
v, ('ouch. Colds, Bronchitis -
" Nrnraicia. Tootliache. l aceache
:. " Hea.Jariu-. Sick Headache, Vertigo...
Ivsteisia., Bilious Stomach-.. ........
" liiniirpiMi'i or Painful Periods. 1
14 'Whiten, too profuse Periods.
" Cronn, Conph, DiScitlt Breathing
Salt ltbrsv, ICrysipclas. 1 ruptions
" KbrnmaiSni. Kb-uhiitic Pains...
Ur alinrr art ' ' V'AIS, vi'h Mirtrti-m. c
y fliwitlr unami t' -
t't'hitrinn art nlutpttt in riuth arid are ai th
irirx 7rvN bchir.
' IVver ami Aue Chill Fever, Agues.... &
" Piles, Blind or Bleeding
0).i'inlmv. and Sore or Weak Kyes f
' tatitrrli, Acuteor Chronic, Intluenza.
" liiMiitir ( ohIi, lolent Cough St
AMhliia, Dpprcfscd Breathing
IJir I)icliara's, Iipair-4 Hearing...
" Scrofula, Kuiarccd Clauds, Swellings..
(General lebiliy, I'hysical Weakness... So
" Droi?v. and Scanty Secretions f'
Sea-Sickness, Sickness from Riding 5(
2JL-rv-Ii(seane, Gravel no
14 Nervous It'bi!ity, Seminal laiiiM
KioitM, Involuntary Discharges. 1 I!
Sor! loutll. Cocker
' I "rinary Wenkiuv, Wetting Bed
Paint ill Period-, vriih Spasms ."
Suflerl-tifr at chune uf lite 1 t
'' KrileiiNV. Sp .sms, M. itus' Dance 1 IV
' DipiUeria, Ulcerated S-e Throat
f."- tofiOlarceviaN, rmntcpo orrcwr.
v..kI riiLlaii i--r n s-weit:e lT
n i rv uriliiiary :.- :ie a lamily hi
i;'iifel !. bjiiI luti kH ul liiret!
i roiu S i f M.i r : t
SicIlor T'amiiy and
rtTeIl!ir crises, v. I?i
i.n"cl'ii-s fr a'1 Pri; 1-
"j:riiir and ,.ir Jt - v- A i r
.'i lls aud pocket c::s;s
i i: !'- ?TtirnK, I?rni-", l.?t"
.ri 'I'ioai. virimi'.. Tt.
:. fa i.'.in, I lieiima
E i!iiiin.. f :!
- MiiiilS sfrt" l :
i.ii'l-i. ir"i 4-i
t ti i-r!, tilu Sere.
;'i ir-e, O oau, 50 criil: Pit;!, S 1.00; ;n.i)f
tr-The T!ii"lio. excpt T-aXD'S lA'TIIH' T,
bv the c::s' or K;m.'Ie Imi:, -l?t t i rny p:irt M 1ii
conntr". bv marl dr eiyiriKS, iix-tt oi charge, ou receipt
ot the price.
ATX T-ETTF.i;S jrutiT ITE APDTtKSSED
Iliimiriiiml liie 3Ii-nc-tae ('oilipatiy.
and I)eiot, Na 502 B.auiiU'AT, New Vork.
I tJIl S.U.V. T,Y MA, IT.rtHUSTS.
Wiiiiucsale A',Nrs. I'.nmhams A Van Schaaci,
liuriiiurt Kxisall. Chio.-fo. ill"-; ,)enks Cordon.
P.-ril. Minn.: Brown. V v cl er A Cmh.-tni, St. I.oilis.
Mu. : I amino, SLt'ey 4 Co.. Dc-troit, Mich.
Sir Joiaes Clarke's F-male
These invaluable Pills are unfailing in the cure of all
thoe paintul and dangerous diseases to which the
female constitution is st.ijecr. i oey mooeraie au ex
cessesand remove a obstructions, from whatever canse.
TO .ILAUKIEIf I.AD1KS
l iiey ere particnwirly suited. They will in a short time.
brme on the moa:hly neriod with regularity, ana
altboneh ver powerful, contain nothing faurttul to the
tkmititi tion. In all cases of Kervousand SpinalAffec
tioos. r.uns in the Back and Limlis, Fatigue on slight
iArti(i:i. PaJDitation ot tiie Heart, riystencs and
W bites, they will etfect a cure tvhea all other means
have tailed. The pamphlet aronnd each package has
full directions and advice, or will 1)3 sent tree to ail
writing tor it sealed from observauio.
J-Jt Mo"? Sir Jimr darkr't " Pill art rxtrn-
nrt-lu Cor-VTF.RFKITF.n. Thr J'. hone the xanir nj
HT. B.-In all cases where the Urynyc cannot be
ol tained. One Dr.Uar, with tisteen cents for postage.
enclosed to the sole Proprietor, JOB AlOSr.s. IX Cort
i--At s.. Kam Vra-k. will insure a bottle of the f""-
wit', containing Fitty Pills, by return mail, frurelj
m&ilrd from any knowienge ot us
Itch ! I H
11A TCI I : ! SCRATCH J i !
Wktiteti'i Oln truest
In from li) to 48 boors
Cores The iteh.
Cures Salt Kbeum.
Cures 1'n rbers' Itch.
Cares Old Sorest.
Cure every kindqf kumot Ot
Price, 50c- a box ; by mail, 60o
; Ml Bheur
ress WKKKS k POTTEK, 170 WaehingtoO St. '
te by ail DruK(ists. . Boatsa. Uim
The Popular Tonic of the Age.
The day bas gone by when a medicire without merit
could command and retain the confidence of the world.
Advertising indue -s the public to try many things, but
in this shrewd and thoughtful age, words will not suffice
wrhout proofs, and it is by the exercise of their privaie
judgment, men determine the relative value of the
various articles recommended to their notice through
the business columns of newspapers. Ho-tetters
Stomach Bitters bas now been subjected to this search
ing ordeal for more than eighteen years, snd tie result
is that it stands at the head of the class of remedies to
which it belongs. It has distanced and uved down
innumerable competitors, and is to-day the Stindard
Vegetable Tonic of th Western world. The happy
effects which have fol'owed its use id cases of dyspepsia.
biliousness, nervous affections, intermittent fevers and
gener.il debility, and as a constitutional jnvigorant.
have entitled it to universal conlidecae. Nothing can
ever shake its rt potation, for it is based on the indi
vidual experiences of tens of thousands of witnesses,
embracing prominent an-J we 1-known citizens of every
proiession, occupation and class. There is not a city,
town or settlement in the I'nited States where it is not
a medicinal staple. No druggist or general deiler
would consider bis stock complete without it, and the
returns of the intTnal revenue department show that
its sales exceed those of any other proprietary restora
tive manufactured on this side of the Atlantic. The
beneficial results derived dnring a long series of years
from the use of Hostetter's Bitters, have convinced the
whole community that the only true way to restore
to health a broken down or debilitated s stem.or to put
the bnman bodj on its defence when exposed to un
wholesome influences, is to invimaie, r.gulate and
purtfy it at one and the same time.
The Popular Tonic of the Age. Pneumatic Tube 400 Miles Long.
From the Boston Transcript.
The following extract describes the oper
ation cf ft pneumatic tube between Glasgow
and London. Probably few of our readers
are aware cf the existence of the process by
which messages and packages are almost in
stantaneously transmitted between these
I had occasion to send a telegram to Lon
don the other day. and in a tew minutes re
ceived a reply wiiich led me to suppose that
a serious error had been committed by my
agents, involving many thousand pounds.
I immediately went to the telegraph
office and asked to see my message.
The clerk said, "TVe can't show it to yon,
as we have sent it to London. "But," I
replied, "von must hive my original paper
here; I wish to see that" He again said,
"No, we have not got it; it is in the post
office at London." "What do yon mean ?"
I asked. "Pray let me see the paper I left
here an honr ago." "Well," said he. "if
yon mnst se3 it, we will get it back in a few
minutes, but it is now in London." He
rang a bell, and. in five minutes or so, pro
duced my megsage rolled up in pasteboard.
It sterns that for some months there has
existed a pnenmatic telegraph between
Glasgow and London and between London
and the other principa ) cities of the king
dom, which consists of an iron tube into
which the messages are thrown and sent to
their destination. I inquired if I might see
a mrssnge sent "Oh, yes, come round
here." He slipped a nnmber of messages
into the pasteboard scroll, dropped it into
tbe tnbe and made a signal. I put my ear
to the tnlie and heard a slight rumbling
noise for seventeen seconds, when a bell
ring beside me, indicating that the scroll
bad arrived at the general postoffice, four
hundred miles off. It almost took my
breath away to think of it
If I could only go to Boston with the same
relative speed, you might count on my
iHS-ii)g an evening every week at No. 124
Beacon street, and returning home to 6leep.
Who knows but we may be conveyed in this
marvellous manner before many years ?
Pet haps you are aware that there has
been a large tube placed in the general
post-office in London, and the stations in
Enston square, in operation for a number
of years. The mail bags for the north are
all sent by this conveyance, bo that the
post-office receives letters np to a few mo
ments before the train leaves, three miles
off. The transit takes less than two sec
onds ! Surely this is an age of wonders."
The Mistakes of a Night—Amusing Anecdote
From Irving's Life of Goldsmith.
An amusing incident is related as occur
ring in Goldsmith's last journey homeward
from Edgeworthstown. His father's house
was about twenty miles distant; the road
lay through a rough country, impassable
for carriages. Goldsmith procured a horse
for the journey, and a friend furnished him
with a gninea for traveling expenses. He
was bnt a stripling of 16, and being thus
suddenly mounted on horseback, with
money in his pocket, it is no wonder that
his head was turned. He determined
to play the man and spend his money
in independent traveling style. Ac
cordingly, instead t pushing directly
for home, he halted for the night at the
little town of Ard gh, and accosting the
first person he met, inquired, with some
what of a consequential air, for the best
house in the place, Unlnctily, tne person
he had accosted was one Kelly, a notorious
wag, who was quartered in the family of
one ilr. i eatherstone, a gentleman ot lor-
tune. Amused with the self-consequence ot
the Btripling, and willing to play a practical
joke at his expense, he directed him to
what was literally "the best house in the
place" namely, the family mansion of
Mr. Featherstone. Goldsmith according
ly rode up to what he supposed to be
an inn, ordered his horrvj to be tafcen to
the stable, walked into the parlor, seated
himself by the fire, and demanded what he
could have lor supper. On ordinary oc
casions he was different and even awaken
ed in his manner; but here he was "at ease
in his inn," and felt called upon to show
his manhood and enact the experienced
traveler. His person was by no means
calculated to play on his pretentions, for
he was short and thick, with a pock-marked
f.ice and an air and carriage of by no means
distinguished cast The owner of the
house, however, ? oon discovered his whim-
iscal mistake, and being a man of humor,
determined to indulge it, especially as he
accidentlly learned that his intrading
guest was the son of an old acquaintance.
Accordingly Goldsmith was "fooled to the
top of his bent," and permitted to have full
sway throughout the evening. Never was
school-boy more elated. When supper was
served, he most condescendingly insisted
that the landlord, hu wife and daughter,
should partake, and ordered a bottle of
wine to crown the repast and benefit the
house. His last flourish was on going to
bed, when he cave especial orders to have
a hot cake at breakfast. His confusion and
dismay on discovering the next morning
that he had been swaggering in his free-
and-easy way in the house ot a private gen
tit-man may be readily conceived. True to
his habit of turning the events of life to lit
erary account, we find this chapter of ludi-
crons blunders and cross -purposes dramat
ized many years afterward in his admira
ble comedy of bhe htoops to Conquer, or
the ilihtakes of a Aigbt.
A Tempebakce Hatch. The 6tory of
Jim bmiley s trog illustrates a mama lor
betting in' California that makes the most
trilling incidents occasions for displaying
itself. On the Gth instant there was an ice
match at llarysville, to test the relative
virtues of two specimens of ice, one irom
Little Grass Valley, the other from the
Summit. Both blocks, weighing each 131
pounds, were placed in the sun, with even
chances, the 'uercury marking 90 degrees
iu the shade. "The Summit chnnk," says
the report, "was broad and rather flat,
while the Grass Valley specimen was long
er, and sat on one end." Toward noon, as
the match became hot, and streams of wa
ter trickled down the faces of the antago
nists, "there was great excitement among
the friends of the respective chunks," and
bets ranged from 2 50 to $100. The Sum
mit cbunk began to have the best of it;
Grass Vallev showed deep furrows, and
'came np groggy," while Summit took the
matter coolly, and seemed confident of
victory. About the middle of the after
niton the Iriends of Grass Valley threw np
the sponge, and went to betting on how
long Suu.mit would last. It grew dark be
fore the cake was mel!i d, and the match
agaii.-st time had to be continued by the
ht of lanterns. Summit beat Grass Val
ley f.iur hours and nfty-five ininutes, about
irl.OHJ changing hands ou the result San
r rah cisco Paper.
Watch foe the Bugs. Almost every
plant cumvatea in our gardtus is infested
with some one or more species of insect
A constant watch is required to keep our
enemies in check, and dry lime, ashes and
sulphur should be provided in 6eason, and
kept where a handiul or more can be used
wnen required, we kept tne a-paragus-t.eetle
in check last year bv the use ot lime;
and tue whiw-pine worm was entire
ly titatroyed by the tree use of
the same material. There ar3 few
insects that can withstand an application
of caustic lime, particularly if applied
when they are wet with dew or rain. The
common gray cut-worm, which are so de
structive to almost all kinds of vegetable
plants at this season of the vear, will not
crawl over lresh lime; but the best way to
get rid of the pest is to look for and kill
them. They usually leed at night, or on
dark, eloudv days; but an early bird will
nsa&lly find the rascal taking his morning
meal. Young shoots of raspberry, black
berry and similar plants, are destroyed by
the thousands every spring by cut-worms,
and quite often the planter cannot account
for his loss.
Reckless Marriage Contracts—A Warning
The Eev. J. H. Noble, of Troy, married
a runaway couple, the other day. not sto
ping to inquire as to tho wisLes of tho
iriends of the parties, though the girl was
but sixteen years old and being acquainted
with her family, he must have known that
there were serious objections to her private
marriage. And it seems that he had been
equally indiscreet on other occasions. Wm.
Deusberry write to the Troy Whig to con
demn him. "I experienced," he says, "the
same deep writhing agony only a few years
ago ,wheu the announcement was made to me
by a neighbor that my little girL only 16 years
old, had been clandestinly married by this
injudicious, unfeeling reverend in question.
My feelings can better be imagined than
described when I learned that the cere
mony of my daughter had been performed
in a dwelling of a.very questionable charac
ter, in a secret and cowardly manner."
There s something very 6trange in the
fact that such marriages are by no means
uncommon, and that the clergymen who
perform the ceremony are frequently men
of the highest respectability. It is hardly
possible that familiarity with marriage
services can breed for them a certain
contempt in the eyes of these clergymen.
The relation is perhaps the mo6t 6acred
of any which it is in the power of men
and women to enter into, and should never
be lightly accepted, whatever the circum
stances of those who aspire to it may be.
Yet girls and boys, running away from
their parents, find no difficulty in getting
themselves united. Disparity in age,
feebleness in intellect, drunkeness, even at
the time of the acceptance of the bond, ap
pear to be no bar to marriage, though in
addition, it may be apparent to the officiat
ing clergyman that the parties have es
caped from those who have the right to
protect them. This is all wrong, and a
clergyman who bo imposes upon the sacred
ness of the bond ought to be severely punished.
Two Cubans Meet Their Fate Bravely.
The last victims of Spanish vengeance,
two bro hers, Gaspar and Diego Aguero,
paid with their lives, on the 14th inst, the
penalty of their patriotism to the cause of
Cuba and, like the brave Goicouria, met
death as only the heroic can without fear
and with perfect calmness and serenity.
Both were young men of superior educa
tion and noble birth, belonging to the old
blueblood families of Camagney. The
elder brother was the more obnoxious of
the two to the Spaniards, having been once
before captured by Valmaseda and sent to
Spain, from whence he escaped and re
turned to the insurgent ranks. The next
morning after their capture they were
hastily tried by drum-head court martial
and sentenced to die by the gar
rote. Before being taken to execution the
irons were removed from them that they
might bid each other farewell. As the
chains dropped from their limbs they em
braced each other; the elder looked firmly
and lovingly in his brother's eyes, quietly
remarking in French, "Mon frere, mowons
tranqu'dles el sans parler" let ns die tran
quilly and without saying anything- The
procession was then formed. The brothers
thanked some of the gentlemen present for
acts of kindness, and both mounted the
scaffold, Gaspar, the elder, with a smiling
countenance, smoking a cigar as uncon
cernedly as if he was going to a party, aid
ed the executioner to tie his hands. The
nsual movements were then gone through
with by the hangman, a death-like silence
ensued, a twist of the iron screw by the
masked man was given, a convulsive
twitching of the muscles was seen, and the
souls of the unfortunate victims had sped
A New Story on Tom Corwin.
Donn Piatt, in one of his Washington
letters, relates the following anecdote illus
trating the politeness and humor of the
late Tom Corwin, of Ohio:
He arrived at Dayton, Ohio, late one
night very tired from a long Btage ride
during the day. The great humorist and
statesman retired to bed, observing as he
did so that some one occupied another bed
in the opposite corner. Tbe Honorable
Tom was Boon fast asleep, and snoring tre
mendously. The other traveler bore the
infliction as long as human endurance
could go, and then he sang out:
"Oh! sir. sir. Bir."
"Hello, hello," cried Tom, sitting tip
wildly in bed; "what is the matter I
Oh! sir, exclaimed the sufferer, "you
"Did I snore?" demanded Corwin. "Is it
possible ? I really beg your pardon, bit.
And so saying, he dropped asleep again,
and again the dreadful snoring went on.
The poor man in the next bed again com
plained. "Sir, sir; oh! sir."
"I 6ay, what is it ?" responded Corwin.
"Y'ou are Bnoring again, sir."
"Wny, really, Bir, I am ashamed of my
self. I beg a thousand pardons for impo
liteness." And again the Senator sought repose;
but the snoring was worse than ever, ana
the sufferer once more called attention to
"Look here, sir," cried the Senator,
"you have wakened me np three times, and
twice I have apologized, what more can a
gentleman ask? Now I am tired and
if you disturb me again, I'll brain you with
The Late Mark Lemon.
Mark Lemon, whose death is announced
by the cable, was, we believe, a Jew by
birth. He held a conspicuous position
among the journalists of London, by reason
of his long connection with Punch. When
Punch was established, in 1841, he became
one of its editors, and two years later he
was appointed sole manager, and so re
mained till the day of his fleath. The ob
vious comic relation of bis name to the
name of the paper suggested that the acid
ity of Punch was the ingredient he suppli
ed, bnt there was nothing sour in his na
ture, and no professional satirist was ever
more kindly spoken of by the world.
Besides conducting Punch he was a fre
quent contributor to Dickens' Household
V ords before it was merged into All tbe
Year Round, and ot late years has been the
literary editor of the London Illustrated
News. Though he wrote industriously, his
contributions to literature were mostly of
an ephemeral character. His most popular
work, perhaps, was the play of "lhe se
rious Family," which was not a good basis
for an enduring reputation. He wrote
several extremely dull novels, not one of
which had even a moderate success.
In person Mark Lemon was large and
corpulent For several years past he has
been afflicted with deafness, and when Mr.
Dickens resumed his readings in St James
Hail in 18G5, after a long intermission see
ing Lemon in the audience, tho reader
would not begin until a chair near the plat
form had been specially set apart for his
Mark Lemon died in his sixty-first year.
Size of Our Great Lakes.
The latest measurements of our fresh
water seas are given below:
The greatest length of Lake Superior is
335 miii s; its greatest breadth is 100 milea;
mean depth, C88 feet; elevation, C27 feet;
area, 32,000 6quare miles.
The greatest length of Lake Michigan is
390 miles, its greatest breadth, 108 miles;
mean depth, 900 feet; elevation, 507 feet;
area, 23,000 square miles.
The greatest length of Lake Huron is 200
miles; its greatest breadth is 1C0 miles;
mean depth, GOO feet; elevation, 274 feet;
area, 20,000 square miles.
The greatest ' length of Lake Erie is 250
miles; its greatest breadth is 80 miles; its
mean depth is 84 feet; elevation, 555 feet;
area, 6,000 square miles.
The greatest length of Lake Ontario is
180 miles; its greatest breadth, Co miles; its
mean depth is 500 feet; elevation, 2C1 feet;
area, 0,000 square miles.
The length of all five is 1,584 miles, cov
ering an area upwards of 90,000 miles.
The labgest faeu in England consists of
3,000 acres, and belongs to a man with the
Yankee name of Samuel Jones. In its cul
tivation he follows the "four-course" sys
tem, the whole extent of the farm being
divided into four great crops 750 acres of
wheat, 750 of barley and oats, 750 of seeds,
beans, peas, etc, and 750 of roots.
His live stock is valued as follows: Sheep,
$35,000; horses, $15,000; bullocks, $12,000;
pigs, $2,500. The oilcake and corn pur
chased annually amounts to $20,600, and
artificial fertilizers about $8,000. The en
tire cost of manure, in various forms used,
annually costs about $15,000. Sheep are
claimed as the most profitable stock he
keeps, Irom which he realizes about $20,-
000 a year. His whole income from the
farm, though not Btated, can be little less
than $100,000. ,
The Trade in Lobsters.
Boston is the great lobster market of the
East, and supplies a very large home trade,
as well as an inland and Western trade,
with palatable stock for salads and other
rare dishes. The vessels are from twenty
to sixty tons burden, and each has an open
well or compartment amidships into which
the sea water is let by holes bored through
the bottom of the vessel. Into these wells
the lobsters are put as fa6t as they are
caught, and they are, therefore, preserved
alive a very important consideration, as
we shall show by and by. The apparatus
used for catching a lobster it called a
"trap," sometimes a "pot" It is about
four feet long, eighteen inches wide and
the same in height, the end section
looking like a D. Altogether it bears
some resemblance to a long bird cage.
On the bottom and sides it is formed of
narrow slats, and on the ends is a narrow
net-work of stoat twine, inclining inward,
in which is a hole about five inches in
diameter. This trap, well baited with
fresh fish, is put down by means of a rope,
it having sinkers attached, and the rope
tied to a buoy. A number of these traps
are thus secured in different places upon
the lobster grounds. The vessel is anchor
ed in a central position, and the traps are
visited at stated times by men in yawls or
doreys, hauled up and emptied of their
prisoners, and the latter transferred to the
well of the vessel. After an average fare
has been received the vessel runs into port
and discharges her living cargo into long,
floating boxes, called "cars." These
cars are about twenty-five feet Ion?,
ten wide, and four or five feet deep, and
have openings on the bottom and sides to
allow the water to pass in and out but not
large enough to allow the smallest lobster
to escape. The cars have a capacity for
holding about twenty thousand lobsters.
Fiom the cars they are taken as wanted,
and boiled ready lor market They are
transferred fron. place to place in large
scoop nets. Lobsters, like other fish, mi
grate to deeper waters in the winter sea
son, and are caught in from twenty to forty
fathoms, and sometimes, we hear, as deep
as seventy fathoms. The spring trade
usually opens the first of March, though
lobsters are caught in greater or less
quantities throughout the whole of the
winter. For 6hipment, they " are usually
boiled and barreled up, and sent off
by raU. In the winter season they wil
keep good for a long time, but like all fish
will spoil in Bummer if not kept on ice.
Routed by the Tuef. Another wreck .of
the British nobility has stranded in the
bankruptcy court, and this time it is a piti
ful disaster. Lord Courtenay, eldest son
of the Earl of Devon, is the victim, and
the turf is, as usual, the cause of this ruin.
For several generations the fortunes of this
house have been on a decline, but the pres
ent Earl, on coming into title, set to work
vigorously and soberly to save the inherit
ance in England to his son. He labored
hard, lived economically, cleared off mort
gages by the sale of territory in Ireland,
and practised great self-denial in order
to accomplish his truly noble purpose.
But the wild blood of his ancestors show
ed itself in the young man, who persisted
in a career as extravagant as his father's
was exemplary. Time and again he was
righted and put in the way of making him
Belf respectable, and at last he was sent to
Parliament as a means of turning his mind
to ether subjec ts. But even that forcing
bed for young British patricians could ef
fect nothing for him, and he has at length
become bankrupt and been forced to resign
his seat. In this way ends, not only the
hopes of a noble father, but a house the
most illustrious in lineage in Great Britain,
which came of the stock of the old Greek
emperors, and was allied with the Capets.
How to Make Coffee. The American
Builder tells how to make good coffee
something which every housekeeper ought
to know as follows. Will somebody try
it, and let us know the result: "First, sol
emnly determine in your mind never to al
low an ounce of ground coffee to enter the
door of your kitchen. If no one about the
house understands the art of roasting cof
fee, then buy it ready roasted; and try and
find a dealer who has not soaked all the es
sential juices from the coffee Lefore put
ting it in the oven. If the roasled
berry is about twice as large as
when green, depend upon it the scalawag
Great Humbug Pea and Coffee Company
have defrauded you. Get the earthen pot
you cannot make good coffee or tea in a
tin vessel and put the ground coffee in a
clean white flannel bag and be sure to put
enough in, and drop the bag into the pot
Pour on boiling water and let it steep; do
not boil it The coffee will steep in twenty
minutes. Never break an egg into coffee.
and never fill up with water the second
time. Pour on in the beginning the
amount of water needed. An ord inary tea
cupful of ground coffee is sufficient for
three persons. Use Java, Mocha, or Java
and liio mixed. Follow this receipt, and
you will never complain of poor coffee.
It is a waste to overstock pastures in
which milch cows graze. Abundance of
grass is what cows need. They should be
able to get all they will eat withost work
ing too hard for it Five cows in plentiful
pasture will make as much butter or cheese
as ten on tne same Held; so mat, jwin
five cows will yield as much profit as $G00
in ten cows, with one-half the liability to
loss by disease.
Where to Send fob the Ramsdell Geeex
Mountain Wheat. -In our correspondent's
notice of this remarkable, new variety of
wheat, some two weeks ago, after etatmg that
one pint only would be eent to any one indi
vidual, an Mr. llamedell wisned to uisiriuuie
it as widely as possible, the following para-
grapli, wlncu is or vital interest to iarmers,
was omitted in making up:
The delivery ot the wheat will be made by
his brother-in-law. becrinniiicr about uecem
bcrlet, Asllr. liamudell will be in California
Buperintcndiiic the fc.ile of hia Jorway oats,
And as the rule, in hllins orders, will oe to
send those fin?t that are received earliest, all
who would be sure ot aecuriug a pint of this
wheat should send one dollar, at once, to D,
W. Ramsdell, Chcleea, Vermont. The money
will be returned to any whose orders are too
late to be tilled.
A Uevoiojtiox is Cookebt. Since the in
troductiou of tho patent Sea Mush Farine, a
complete revolution lias taken place in tnat
departni'-nt ot cookery to whish wo owe tho
luxuries ot the desert. Tho m r-t drlicious
blanc insure, jelly, custard, Charlotte Kuhsc,
ugut pndiiuH, c, are produced ironiiin
palatable nutrient, at about one-third of the
former cost. A great economy of time a
well au money id effected by itij
use. The preparations made from
it are pronounced by physicians
to be tuo bei-t possible diet lor con
Buniptives, dyspeptics, and persons sulTeiin
ii cm billiouuer8 and general debility. 0m
valesceuts latteu on them, ai.d train rapidly
iii muscular strength an well as in flesh. The
Sea Mo.-s Farine Co., 53 Park Place, New
York, who are manufacturm" thU article
from the best Iri.-li M)ut, in enormous quan
tities, produce an array of ui-.dical and sen
eral testimony in its favor, which is perfectly
overwhelming, and must set all doubts of its
superiority as au alimentary staplo (if any
exist; entirely at ieMt.
In NTJuiJEna tlicr s eatetv. It was upon
this principle tliat the formula of Judsos e
Mountain Jl ebb Pills wm oreoared. Dr,
Judson, intending lo upend a f rtuue in ad
vertising hia puis, Bubrunted Lis recipe to tue
revision of the most intelligent and learned
physicians of the ae, and t!io result is a
simple but niobt eflicacious nn-dicine the
Judson's Motjntain Hebb Pills. They purify
tne oiooo, remove an obstructions, cleanse
tho skin of all pimples and blotches, and are
perfectly sure aua safe in their operation.
'lho Jcuuon h Mountain Helb Pills cure
liilioubiiesn, Female Irregularuu s, Headache,
anu mauy oi iiieuiseaaL-sarumix uom impure
blood an 1 a deranged diL'tUon. Uso tho
Judson's MoUNTAtN Hetb Piixs. and when
you have proved their virtue recommend
them to your friends. They are both tnqar-
coaiea a; u pi:: in. tor sale ewrvU! re.
If you do not feel well you tend for a doc
tor, ho calls upon you, looki vise, scrawls
Home hieroglyphicd upon a piece of paper
which you take to a drug store aud there pay
50 cts. to 41.00, bfteklcs tho doctor's fee, for
a remedy nine times out of ten not haif so
good as Dr. Mouse's Indian Koot Pills,
which costs but 25 cts. per box. Do you
think the foimcr the best, becauae you pay
the most for it ? If you do, we cdvise vou to
use, juot he an experiment, the Mouse's
Indian Koot Pills. They are prepared from
a formula renounced by tho most learned
phy-icians it oar country, to be tho beat and
most universal of family medicines. The
Mouse's Indian Root Pillh cure Headache,
Liver Complaints, ludigeetion, Dyspepsia,
Female Inteularities, ic, and are put up
both eugar-ooated and plain. Give them a
trial. Sold by all dealers.
"Wht," said iliss Anna Dickinson, on
one occasion, stepping forward to the foot
lights and commencing a lecture with a
flight of eloquence, "Why was I born 7
"Why was I born ?" she asked once more
in touching accents, when a wicked boy in
the gallery 6honted, "I givo it np."
The Spanish Government has agreed
that the case of the steamer Lloyd, As
pin wall, shall be settled by arbitration
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For Paintinft EXTERIORS AXD INTERIORS OK
HOUSKS, BARNS, r EXCKS, OOT-BU1LDINOS, Aa
Tk-y are warranted to cover onekird more surface than
rrieriy pure White Leal a Ike tame reigkt, and to wear
Samplesof all the Colon sent by mail on application to
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wun Mra KicOardon s statement in mil, ana Dr. W.
A. Hammond hvnopsia of thi general subject of
Insanity, and especially of temporary Insanity or Mor
bid Impulse, as applicable to the Mcrarland case, lor
sale ry all i ewsdealers and nook seller.
W. K. HILTON, Pnb r, No. IU Nassau St., N. Y.
cry fi-w perron tliiiik when thev h:vu
a fine suit of Hair of the very jreat unpor
tanrc of cultivating it iu their youth.
Xothin? can be more hcromin:? or tlosim
ble in old a-'e than a fine full M IT of II i I:'.
In order to wcure thin. year, have been
spout by Da. I'halfant iii perfect in.: t In
valuable article. It contains ( M trill I'!
Ml Mlillt LK.tD!! Ml UIO L'!! M)
ruiMJ.VUX to Hi III Mi MlTTt.UlI!! to
burn nd destroy the very delicate root ol
It is PURELY VEGETABLE contains
the only vejetable oil ever discovered that
promotes tlie erowth and produces l.u
luxuriant locks of Hair. H isdelicately
perfumed with theawi-et of most frairraut
flowcre. 1 Ins article is found iu tho larire
Cities on almost every toilcttoo, but more
especially anion:? the more fashionable
classes, as it bas proved to be the only ar
ticlctliat will retain the Hair in position
any length of time after dressing. It in
used by Ladies1 Hair Dressers and Barbers
at all the leading Hotels of the count rv
It eoes three times as far as alcoholic arti
cles. Alcohol preparations from the natu
ral heat of the head evaporates and leaves
tne iiair parched aud dry. Price M cts.
CIXEY, GILriX & CO., Proprietors,
OLD BV ALL DRLXiGISTS.
WFIOI.rSAl.F. r.r N
FULLER, FINCH 3c FULLER,
This is NO PATENT MEDtCfNE HUMBUG, rot
ten id to dnoe tho icnoraot and credulous, nor is it
represented as being "comuosed of rare and preoioos
su. staniiMi hmaa-ht fiom Lie lour Comoro of tbe earta,
carried seven times across the threat Oeert of Sanarah
on the backs of fonrten camels, and brought across
tbe AUantic Ocean on two Snips.11 It is a mfte, mi d,
friotkmg Kemelv. a prnrt Rf-eeijic for atarrh and
"i)oiA IN THK Hf.ad," also for orteniive Breath, Loss
or Impairment or tbe Sense of Sm'-1L Taste or Hearing,
Watering or Weak Kyes, Pain or Pressure in the Head,
when caused, as they all not nnfreqaently are, by tlie
violence of Catarrh.
I offer, in good faith, a stsnding Reward of $300 for a
ease of (Jatarrn Wat i cannot cure.
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Pbick 50 OrNTB.
Sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of Stxtt Cents.
Four packages for $luu or 1 Dozen for C5.UU.
Send a two cent stamp for lr. Sage's pamphlet on
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Do you want roar Hair restored to its original color f
If you do, use
"Chevalier's Lifo for the Hair."
It has no rival ! It is the finest thine for the purpose
known. Ask your druggist to order it for yen.
Send for Treatise on Uie Hair to
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104 East 25 th Street, H. V.
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stomach, loss of appetite, obstinate catarrhs, eoujths.
DOineriem scmiuia, incipient codtodipuod, etc., ere
As a nutriment and ra id tonic it is invaluable to the
enfeebled and convalescent of all ages and both sexes.
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1 new snd valuable preparation for the r
Iler And rare of Gravel, Irritation of the
Bladder and I'rethra, ItfopniraL, Bkea
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In the Back and Loin, Ac, Ac
To those suffering from diseases of the Kid
ni'ys and Bladder, and the consequent train
of distressing ailments, this remedy is confi
dently recommended as a relief, and needs but
a trial to prove its great value in tbe cure of
tbe above mentioned diseases. As an Altera
tive, this Elixir will be found much more
beneficial thau the preparations of Sarsapa
rilla, so popular, (and we might say of ques
tioned medicinal value), snd where s Blood
Turitier is needed, there is no question but
Diurutic and Alterative Elixir
Will accomplish all that is desired. Those
living iu malarious districts, West and South,
as s general thing need, on the spproach ol
warm weather, such s remedy ; one that will
remove languor, snd restoro tone snd vigor to
the system. No preparation will more effect
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DIURETIC AND ALTERATIVE ELM
It is by far s more potent snd effectual Alter
ative snd Blood Purifier than Sarsaparilla, snd
free from all objections that may lie made
asiinst the latter, and its usual adjuncts,
Iodide of Potassium, or some preparations ol
MA.MKACTl'BKD BT THE PROPRIETORS,
Importers sad Dealers Is
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS.
OILS, Scc, Sec.
Chemical & Pharmaceutical Preparations,
IT. 17. Cor. 4th. and Vine Stre
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VtTANTEI-A;ETS.-75to3u0 per month
II i vervwbere. male and female, to introduce the
tiKMISK IV PKIJV KiX.U.vlMU.H ShSSI1. t A 111 '.I
SKWING M ACJHINK. This Machine will stitch, hem.
felt, tack, quilt, cord, bind, braid and embroider in a
most saoenor manner. Price on l sully warrant
ed for live years. We will pa lo l for any machine
Lait will sew a stronger, more beautiful, or more elastic
seam than ours. It makes the "Klastic Lock Stitch "
r.very second stitc i can be cat and still the cloth can
not be palled apart wi Lho 3 1 tearing it. We pay agents
trom to $ jiu per month and expenses, or a cemmis.
sion from which twice that amoant can be made. Ad-
dresi SKtJOMB A CO., PITTSBURGH. PA.; BOS-
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u A UT ion. Beware of all Axenta seuinc mac nines
ander the same name as oars, unless they can snow a
I ertiticAte of Agency signed br as. we snail not bold
onrelves responsible for worthless Mchine sold by
other parties, and shall prosecute all parties either
selling or nsinff Alschines under this name to the fuU
extent of tne law. unless sacn Aiacmnes were ootaiced
from us or oar Agents. Do not be imposed upon bv
parties who copy oar advertisements and circulars and
otter worthless Macbiues at a leas price.
IMU'Nti MEN suffering
from Nervous Debility,
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A Medical Treatise of thirtytwo pages, sent pre
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Address M. B. LA CROIX, Albany, N. YT 1
IMITATION POROUS PLASTERS.
Perforated Piasters) ia Imitatloa f
are being; offered for sale. These we have seen are a
preparation of "lead plaster, and calculated to induce
paralysis, eostivenesa and colics.
To give relief from pain is the object of ALLCOCK'S
POROUS PLASTERS, which are warranted to contain
ONLY INNOCENT DRUCS,
without a particle of lead or any mineral whatever ia
their composition. We have made them for twenty
seven years, and will always prepare them as heretofore.
They are harmless; but for local pains nothing has ever
proved so vastly curative, as aa outward application, aa
tbe justly celebrated
Porous Plaster of Kr. Allcock.
Even stricture of the bronchial tabes, dropsy of the
heart, tumors, internal and ovarian, are said to have
been cured by this plaster. Bnt ia all uses for s
strengthening plaster, and for nervous and lecal pains.
we have the testimony of the first physicians of the
United States and of Europe in their favor.
How great the comfort to have a suffocating cough, to
have sharp pains of the chest, queer creeping sensations
around the heart, eared by the simple remedy of a clean.
flexible, entirely unobjectionable plaster t Bnt internal
tumors, considered of a fatal character, are also cored
by this mild and innocent application, which, acting
like a second akin, produces a steady pressure, by which
absorbtion, resulting in ease at once, and ultimate cure.
Being a preparation from Frank en cense. Rubber and
Burgundy Pitch, they seem to ooraess the quality of
A CCTJMULATLS Q ELECTRICITY
and imparting it to the body, whereby the circulation
of tbe blood becomes eaualized npon the parts wbete
applied, canning pain and mot bid action to cease. The
Porous Plasters are flexible, and found of great help to
those who have weak backs or pain in the side. Kspe
cially are they valuable to those who have neglected
colds. They are often preventives of consumption ; nay.
they are believed to have loosened the grasp of this
terrible affliction, snd been mainly instrumental in
effecting a core. In variable climates thev should be
won on the breast or between the shoulders or over tbe
kidneys, by those who are subject to take cold easily.
This simple olaa will soon produce s constitutional
rigor that will enable it to resist extraordinary changes
of temperature. Experience has proved the Porous
Plaster to be a blessing to the consumptively inclined.
invariably produciag the most remarkable abatement
of the worst symptoms.
From tbe Eev. Dr. Beattie.
Scotohtoww. Orange county. IT. Y Get 3U. 186P.
Thomas Allcock, A Lax, Mng Sing:
Your Porous Platters are s great blessing. My
daughter, Isabella, had whooping congh a me twelve
monina since : wnen ine severity of til a aisc
abated she still for six moot hs had a d i stressing cough,
and became very weak and thin, rinding internal
remedies of no avail, an Ailcock's Porous Plaster was
applied to her chest. The ceogh was relieved from the
day it was put on, and in oue montn was entirely cured.
t am yours, truly, v. Br.A rii r.
Nervous Affection of the Head Cured.
For two tears I hava been s great sufferer from nea
ralgia in the head, and found only temporary relief
from ail the various remedies that 1 have tried until I
applied one of Allcock s Porous Plasters. I cat it into
three strins Discing one under each shoulder blade and
t he other over the small of the back, and for the past
three men ths I have had scarcely a twinge of the old pain.
1 advise all who sutler trom nervous diseases to lose
no time in making a trial of the wonderful Porous
Plaster. A. P. hTKRLl SG, Sec"y Singer Mfg. Co.
NEW YOHS. Jones, 1S6U.
GaJMBTOWw, Ala., Nor. 27, 1868L
Messrs. THoa. Allcock A Co. During the extensive
practice of ten years 1 have been a frequent witness of
the magical qualities of your roKOL S t-usitiui
1 can certify that they are all yon claim for them. In
fact, I have sever known them to fail in giving relief in
local pains, or to impart support to the part where
applied, send me six doren at once, i ours.
rtutsu-Ki ri. cajirtiiLLvU, m. v.
D. Meyer, of Savannah. Ga.. sui they are the best
mechanical supporters for weak muscles ever discov
ered; that by their warming properties they bring
power and health, until the strength of the muscles is
entirely restored ; tuai ne knowsa case wnere aucock s
Plasters cured a gentleman of weak spine ; tnat ne daily
prescribes them in his practice with the happiest
results, and desires as to refer to rum.
TW 17 i -r r..iu t . .
The counter irritant effect of A Iloock's Porous Plas
ters is nrodoced in such a mild and gradual way, they
so invigorate the circulation around the parte to which
they are applied, and exert npon au nervous aiseasea
sucn a great sedative influence, tnat l place inem con
fidently at the bead ot every plaster now in nse.
Tr. .Tohnnon. of Hartford, aavs:
My daily experience con arms Lhe very superior excel
lence of tout Porous Plasters. At thia moment ef
writing a man applies for one. who, by entanglement
in a shaft of machinery, had both his legs broken, spine
severely injured, and was for nearly a year entirely
helpless. This man found relief very soon by the PPl
eation of a plaster to his spine. He was soon enabled
to work, and now ne labors as well aa ever, ne woaia
cheerfully pay nve dollars for a single plaster if they
conla not be bad at a lower rate. Surgeons snouir
make nee of these perforated plasters to the exclusion
of all others, as their flexibility and adhesiveness are
greatly in advance of all other piasters witn wmcu i
am acquainted, while the perforations peculiar to them
render tnem grea.iy superior lo au oiners for oroinarv
surgical uses. Knowing tne piasters to oe so nseim, i
have no scruples that my sentiments should be known.
j. n. junAdi! s, at. aa
Dropsy of tie Heart Cured.
GLXH RXDDUt P. O., DELAWAKK COUltTT, Pa.,?
March 16. 18. t
Messrs Tbovas Ai.IOCI. A Co. iiaving been trou
bled with the heart disease for a long time, and. after
doctoring with our physician for months and obtaining
no relief, I gave up in despair. I was troubled witn
sharp pains in my chest and loud eoaods aboat my
heart, and often felt that death would be s blessing.
At this time was persuaded to apply one oi your
Porous Plasters. Within a few hoars alter placing one
on my eaest I felt no mere pain, and all throbbing
ceased about my heart, and 1 felt bke
a new man.
i oars respectrniiy.
25,000 Sold by One Dealer.
Messrs. J. Baleh A Son. of Providence. R. t. write.
November. "We have sold the Porous Plasters
for twenty rears, and. at retad and wbbmg. mast have
sold twenty hve thousand altogether. They are well
New Yossl Nov. S3. V3B.
T. AlXOOCK A CO.-Gentlemen t lately suffered
severely trom a weakness i n my back. Having heard
rior plasters much recommended for cases of this kind
procured one, and the result was all that I could
desire. A single plaster cored me m a week. Yours,
respectfully, G. tSKIUOCx
Gootx'S Store, Rockingham County, Va,(
November au,UeU i
Milus Auyx-a A Car
I lately suffered severely from a pain and weakness in
my back. I tried many applications prescribed by our
doctors, but without doing any good. At length I tried
your Porous Plaster, which benentted me at once.
Yours, jjn-UJia iiur.
A jKan Saved from Lameness for Life
A a-ontlaman. from D lacing tbe heel of his boot on a
piece of orange peel, waa suddenly thrown down and
violently sprained his knee. He was six months con
fined to the bouse, though he had the beet medical
advice. At last be appbed aa ALLCOCK'S POROUS
PLASTER, and ia leas than two months hia knee waa
Core of a Badly Crashed Breast.
GrarTLEMEN In December, 1863, my breast bone wai
crushed and badly injured by being struck by a heavy
soar. I waa taken home senseless, where for weeks 1
lav at the point of death. My doctors could do but
bule for me and 1 suffered continual pain. The doctors
thought a buster plaster would help if pat on the
breast, bat i thoagat I would try, instead. Alicock's
Porous Plaster. 1 put one on my oreast and side, and
from that tune began to get better, and in one month
I was well, free from pain, and able to attend to m
business. Any one can call and see my breast and
will show them a modern miracle of cure.
J. R. BUCK, No. 2 outn Kifth St.
Williamshiirgh, L. L
Tuo vi Ai.tiwx A Co-
A child sight years old. son of Mr. Draper, of Sing
Sing, fell out oi a loft some twenty feet. He was aadly
bruised. Six plasters were torn up and appbed to
every bruise. 1 be next day ne was out playing as usual,
and in a few days the plasters were removed and he
was perfectly cured.
A case occurred of severe eroup. where no doctor
could be had before morning. The mother bethought
of some Porous Plasters she had m the house. 1 hey
were slit so aa to ht around the throat and cheat. Tbe
whistling breathing auoa abated, in a tew Hours tne
child slept, sad in the morning no aucn of croup
Mr. Wm. Mar. of Ho Soring Street, New .York, writes
January 1. lMeo: "I have been afflicted with asthma
tor upward OI ten years, receiving no oeneut irom
medical men. I was advised by a friend to try one of
All oca's Porous Plasters. 1 said 1 bad tried several
kinds of plasters without any beneht, and supposed
they were all alike. My friend gave me one of Alicock's
and nrged me to use it 1 did so, and have now worn
tnem steadily for nine months, and hnd myself better
than I have been for many years. To all aiihcted with
this awful complaint I ssy give them a fair chance, and
you will bless the day you urst put one on."
Mm James H. BursdeU. of WhitiockvUle, Bedford.
Westchester county, waa thrown from her carriage and
her arm broken between tne eioow aaa tae
boulder. After her arm was set and the bone bad
fully knit she continued to suffer great pain at the
point of fracture, and passed many suffering daysand
sleepless nignta, notuiug relieving ner nntu sne
Alicock's Porous Plasters. After using them one
month she wasoompletety eared, she obtained get
eiiei the hrst day they were applied.
A Core for Cold Feet.
S. C. Smith. Esq.. of the American Hotel ef Rahvlnn.
L. I., had been troubled for many years with cold feet
He had seen Alicock's Porous Plaster need for ahmn.
ing cough with great benefit, and he concluded to try
one for each foot, cut to the shape oi the foot The
relief was immediate, and he has never been troubled
nth cold feet since, .
Their application, after Durginr. cures fever and
agne, ague cake, the spleen, and pain of the left side.
oat above tbe hip joint, is infallibly cured by
AUcoc&'s Porous Plasters.
Thev are now widely used in hospitals, both in Amer
ica and Europe, and approved by all physicians. They
give immediate relief in lumbago, aa well as ia pains
of the side and back, whether thdy proceedjrom weak
ness, fatigue, or ether causes.
fLheumatism of the wrists Cured.
From overstraining and other causes I lost the nse of
mv wrists, i applied an Alicock's Plaster tmmH h
wrist, and in a few hoars they were eared. 1 think
workingmen. especially mechanics, should h
without them. JOHN HYLAND, Carpenter,
. er Albini Avenue, Sing Sing. Deo. , lota.
Mrs. Richards, a well knewn Mm, nf Kin Kin. was
cured ef rheumatism of the wrists by thesePlaeters in
OlUVrOIV. WaOhla Hmnl, TVnv. A MS.
Messrs. Thomas Allcock A Co. :
uentlf-MEN Some three years ago I was prosrratea
br a tern Die pain in, my hip. My doctors said it waa
rueumausm. out '
I whatever it was it oouhoed me to my
house for two years, and no tU ing. appeared to relieve
me. I finally put on one of your Porous Plasters, and
shortly felt better. I kept ssing them for six months,
and have entirely recovered ; and though mach exposed
have had no return of the disease. Yours, truly,
Tf im need a Piaster be sure and procure one of Ali
cock's Porous snd yon will get jeuz money's worth, sad
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