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In from IB to 48 bonis
i tJuresSnlt It beam.
Cures HarbrlV Itch.
Uures Old storea.
Cure every kind of
Prioe. BOc. a box : by man. 8k
.rasBbrsllDruaarlstn. Botnai. Mm
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sort of spread ea!e
1 HaVS BUBU
. OF THE AGE.
DR. KENNEDY'S RHEUMATIC
AND NEURALGIA DISSOLVENT.
heading but I mean every wori of it
Ui ere. w Des your system
pain, and you enact even tarn yaxrsetf inbed.ormtting
io a cnair, yoo most mi uju nunt
ing it was night, and at night wishing it was morning
Vi Den you have
when every nerre in your being is bke ft n'Jl
was, oirculaung the most venomous and hot poison
around your heart, and driving yon to the very verse
madness: When yon have the
that I have just ,rot throsAwith.) ItatswJ awM
most susarvwiineriug, niu j.,rj"iZri
nnrit-breaking and mind-weakeningri mM aeesthst
afflvra oar poor human nature. W hen yon nave me
lying and writhing in agony and Piu,ble $
yourself in bed, and every movement wid go ito youi
heart like a knife: now toll me, if rebel and core of ar
of these diseases in a few days is not .the Greatest
Medical Blessing of the Age. tell us what is I
DIRECTIONS TO USE. Yon will take a tablespoon
ftdand three spoonfuls of water three times is .".nd
in a tew days everyparucle of rheumatic and neuralgio
will bTdved and pass off by the kidneys.
WHOIi AGKKT-FuUer, Finch MlgV M
MrsBroa'. si! ; nore A Tarbf. Zunkerman A
jEjildTuawiam Price fl.W
,.-. simfle -Prompt- -mci,
...... . ' , vii j ; vutrtml tv axt.:i'J r .
i UPTretneni.v :ut.Y" j be made
tar ose-so simple that "'r'tiTJfiwn danger, and
nsinc them; so lW"S',o S hav? rai-ed
so ctrieient as to be alwavs rel i Jile. '"fju
the b.chest commendation from all, anu u
"i r-TT-c srSCITICS
provi. T i'.iicicnt and Keliaoie.
a Nmvte -Prompt-ihcM-ni . to
'l-nrcs Fevers, Congestion, JXBXa!"-
Worms, onn 1 ever, " "
Ovine-Colic er Teething of Infanta. .
IMarrlitraof Children or Adults.
Dvaoniery, Griping, BiUonsCoUo..
ConRb. Colds, Bronchitis....
nralia. Toothache, Facea.
llradarl.eH, Sick Headache. erbgo-
nvfipermin, Bilious Stomach...-
Snppretwed or Painful Periods.
Whites, too profuse Periods.
Ooup,Cough, DifEcult Breathing.-.-Salt
Rhenni, Erysipelas, Erupticsa...
... . : . . T-lionmatic Pains..
- r, t P " riA LS. r
1 he folTorinfr are altw put J tx xuut
" FevrtanaAnuc," -
pae. Blind or Bleeding
- OpSalmy, and Soreor Weai
--titarrh. Acute or Chronic. Inflnenxa....H.
' WTioopingCooKb, Violent Cough-
- Asthma, Oppressed Breathing
- Ear DiUarBctar Hearing...
- Scrofula, I nlargea v.,iiu,
- General Debility, Physical Weakne...M
- nropsv. and Scanty cre
- fiea-.Sicknea, Sickness from Riding
- Nervons Debility, Seminal Em
uions. Involuntary Discharges. ........ .1
, " SoreBIonth.Canker.....
.. - . r irbunH. Wetting EcO.
Painful Period, wth Spasm...,
?S,' tSuOer mas at chance of life. . -
Epilepsy, Spisrns.su Titus-Dance
Si, " Diptbcria, Ulcerated Sore Throat.
Of35 to 60 larue vinN.. aTW, J?
wlod ease, ean;.i.in a bpecific l..r
everv ordinary iM-He. a Ja'''r
, to, and boa- 1 direr . -
Snner.Family and Vravelin
n-ifics fr a" Privale Dineasea. both for
foVl'reveulive treaty, n
vials and pocket cases Irom - -
1 "leers. Old Sores.
PrirX 6 szh 50 cents Pints, Sl.OSh Qnart
tThese Remedies, except POOTS EXTRACT
of the priwe.
alX LETTERS IirST BE ABDKE6SED
Humpurevs' Specific ...
HmEopatbje Medicine Company,
Office and Depot. No. 562 Bhoadwat, New Tort
FOR SALE BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
WwraMiLI Aoicrrs.-Bumhsms Van
Wo.; iarrand. Sheley A Go. Detroit. Mich.
Sir James. Clarke's Female
These invaluable Pitts are unfailing in theenreofall
those painful and dangerous diseases towhich
oessee ana remove a oowuw","
TO MARRIED LADIES
The are particularly suited. They will in a short
7hly period with realty,
although ver powerful, contain nothing hurUul
OoMufation. In U cases eron bpuialAffeo-
aTartnMiTa. raUDHOUUU a UJ -aw . .
. JUpirB4JOD 1 v-aivj iok m "V
hrtea. they will effect a cure wnen mm ouiw
- -, fwn v. i aanns-i Aae.n nar.Hajrfi
writing for it sealed from observation.
Job Moe St Jama Clarke-, fVaaate JVto w.
oonrrr bfeitto. r
"JOB MO&ES" on earApariagK. Au otfienareworuti.
N B - In all cases where the GH"cn.K cannot
obta'ined. One DcUar with fifteen nsPJe:
enclosed to the sole Proprietor, JOB
landt Street, New YorkTwul insure a bottle of
containing Fifty "pills, by return mail.
seaiati from an knowledge of its content
If aU the sickly people in the world were to
their beds, anddemand medical treatment,
number of the robust to nurse them. Three
are absolutely essential to health, vis : a good
easy digestion, and the ability to sleep soundly.
eights Ot tne many uumnuu, - uu .
tiou, J Bt do not liiixir under senoas disease,
that they "can't eat," that, their stomachs are
order " or that thev "dor't sleep well." For this
of ailments tew persons think of - ailing in a
Nor is it neoessary, innsmuch as a course of
Bitters will certainly relieve the derangements
stomach, the liver, and the nervous system, trom
want of appetite, indigesfon and sleeplessness
This ewse lent vegetable tonic and corrective is
delightful anodyne. Insomnia or inexpaciiy to
whicn a resisted all the ordinary remedies, will
tea dose of this pleasant sedative taken just
. T murli .1 nnrtica it
retiring to rest In ordinary medic ,1 practice ii
to give a stomachic an aperient, an lnvigoranu
eoporilic or an antiseptic, as the case for the time
may seem more particularly to require; tint
grand restorative all these medicinal ptoperties,
nw Mhv.ru ara blended in due proportion. 1
dtgestioo is sumnlated, while the bowels are
the Uver toned, the strength recruited, the
ealmed, the tin ds purified, and the circulation ea
It is be.eved that there is no other restor.it
regulating m- d cine in the world which c
ana agreeably upon all the as-imilsting
secretive organs at the same time ; and all who
three tundameital requisites of health and
a vigorous appetite, sound digestion and
sleep, it is conhdeotly recommended as a speeibc.
-' ' y 't V
f f s "KS.f'4 S3w 3
l-''t tnart-rM.!, nWalirnrtu
I .a, ssMir",gx----'
. . n evm UfflMnTVI?
mis IS ri' w r., i . i Wiuiivi.,n . .
ten up to dupe the ignorant ana ereaoioos,
repreBteo as neian cwuwwcti u, . -
eni-staoces brongbt from toe four corners of the
carried seven times across the Creat Desert of
en the backs of fourteen camels, and brought
the Atlantic Ocean on two Ships." It is a ml,
.thii Km,'-, a pert ret .Veeyie for tTABBH
"Cold rs THg Had," also for oSensive Breath,
or Impairment or the Sease of SmelL Taste or
. . ii7..b L ... p.;. l. ,iMli.a in tha
when caused, as they all not nn frequently are,
loffet. to'goodfaith. art,nding Reward of
lae of Catarrn tnat i wuim sun.
For Sule by moat DrnggisU Everywhere.
Price 50 uekts.
Rent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of SIXTY
nkages forSiUO or 1 Dozen for $5.00.
Send a two cent stamp for Dr. Sage's
tlatarrn. aounr. uj, y:uyu.u,
duir. l-tJ'- I- ' '-"-I
K V. PliRUK. M. D , BtTTFALO.
HOFF'S MALT EXTRA CT unites, to an
f aata. the moft efficient and nourishing properties
JuVa very palatable and strength-niBg table
and is used as sucn in r.uniuo. iu,,,.
lirian of this city have agreed with the opinion
1 .knl .nnwwbl . ,
m Kurope, anu c.r cmru iudu "i
Malt Fjctbact, not only an etficacions
aourisbing r medy for the sick, but also a dietetic
which is drank a ith benefit and pleasure
of all ages in perfect beaith.
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS.
TARKANT A. V'27S Greenwich
bOIX AOJuKTS FOB L'KITEO SIAIES, ETO.
IDDER'S PASTILLES. A Sure Relief
. rnce su vents uy mau.
STOWELL A OO Charlestown.
for the Droduo
f Knttcv ia ahniif nrvninff. we submit.
for the consideration of dairymen and oth
ers, a few suggestions relative tw
makinc. Dackinc. etc. wincn we gnuier
from a circular recently issued by Messrs.
TTavnania Jt- Mantnn. of 67 UTOaQ Street,
Vvnr Ywlr on or) Anretirt And entenprisiniz
firm, who do a large commission business
in all kinds or country prouuiw.
that they understand
their business thoroughly, aud it is with
-i . tvo Ti-i. oisir the attention of our
Lixrusiuc mf " 1 .
readers to what they say upon the inPrt;
ant suject of preparing butter in the best
au, .niuu nf nnr earlier davs tan 2 Lit
Alio CArti - - " .
us the painful lesson that the selling of
second duality butter, on commission or
otherwise always proves most unprofitable,
as well as unsatisfactory, to all parties con-
Our advice to Me-srs. Heermance & Man
ton, as well as to others, is, most emphati-
n fnu in TACpivft and Bell low
grade butter, even at a double rate of com
If the suggesUons onerea Dy mo nw'"
named gentlemen are properly heeded.they
tn ho nf Rnw.ial value to produ-
urs on waII us consumers of butter. J.ney
BUY 111 .UUISiOUVAi w .v -
tj .arofnl in handlius the early
aAn whitA Viniter. Send it m by express,
;.i,.,4. jj.o- fnr as snrm as we receive
rA v, vKitn i nnlv saleable lor
cooking purposes, at lard prices. Until
the 1st of June, pack in tubs, and we would
,r,tr rHnj mofln na directed below.
Persons who are familiar with the but
ter market of Nw York city, wonder why
all butter-makers at the West do notpro
j oHiclo Tha market le clut-
UUCO T1 V .
hntter. feopie in
New York know very wel) what good butter
; roTnrvUtA fnr n. moment, how mucn
money is lost by the producer who does
not make a prime article. A. hundred
pound firkin of prime butter wuinow uruiS
from $35 to $40. The same qJitity,
poorly made, will sell slowly .at half that
COWS' FEED AND MILK ROOM.
There is nothing -
than th fact that every-
thuig a cow ete or drinks affects the flavor
of the milk and butter. Turnips, carrots,
onions, cabbage, grass, hay, bran, or com
meal, each give, when eaten by the cows.
a HiHHnrtiTfl nrooenv io uwuh
a aisuncuve prvpcuj . ,
continues in a greater or less degree m the
butter and cheese into which it is manu-
m . Vintr ( well and
laClUTeo. xuo w" "
feed given to the cow than upon all other
causes together. In testing butter, it does
not require an expert to trace bad flavor to
its original cause, oiagu- .
.. . ia Tinmictatpfthla musty
Its preseuco jr . ,
odor; all pungent vegetebles proclaim their
ascendancy; the fine, sweet grasses impart
that delicious fragrance which gives
butter the highest value.
A cool, dry, weu-suauou nun
i j .-iw ia oian n. mutter of creat im-
ateu limn, iwj" -""'
portance. Milk kept in a ciobo, umovj,
unclean room, will certainly be greaUy in
WASHING AND NOT WASHING BUTTER.
In Dutchess county,
farmers who enjoy the highest reputation
for fine butter, ignore washing, but it must
be taken into account that their butter
sold and consumed immediately after it
i tti . Mu.Dwa(im nnrl AYrvpriariCe.
we conclude that butter for immediate use,
if well worked and treated properly, has
higher flavor when not washed, but when
packed for keeping any length of time,
... , . 11 r.v. in unto m I
OUgnt IO DO won vmouoi. f ' . '-i
spring water. The high grades of nch,
yeUow Irish butter made for export, are
washed; the lighter and more deli
cate Holstein, made for immediate con
sumption, generally is not washed,
One of the greatest faults at the West
making butter, is that too much 6alt
used, A. large amount 01 esusru uuncx
;a enrflil with coarse salt This fault
been pointed out very often, but it still
to a great extent Butter salted, so
v u..ont tiiA toftd. will brine
cents per pound more in some markets
it would lor tnan it wouia uhu mexo
a quarter of an ounce more salt to
pound. The coarse salt of commerce
not pure; besides, being hard to dissolve
butter, it continues to be gritty and
pleasant to the taste. 11 is not, genexauv
it amalgamate with
avAVASj v a, w
butter or cheese fully. Laverpool salt,
Ashton brand, is the best
rn. .mnnT, nf calf, neod Viv rrlOKt
butter-makers is one ounce to a pound
wnf tViA Rftltino- onlv nlavs a
limited part of the process of making
butter. -Over and above every other
sideration, scrupulous neatness must
observed in milking, in the management
the cream, in cnurning, in wur&mg mo
ter, in packing, and in everytmng eise.
TUBS AND FIRKINS.
take to done,
tberewonld I glz)
TVn v;.,! nf onnriAracrn tiraiI in nackin?
butter for market is of special importance,
and this is overlooked in most western
On a nf th reasons whv
lWCnMVte v-w f
ern butter is at a low standard in markets
abroad, is that the cooperage is very
Many farmers and dealers do not generally
patronize the best coopers, but the
There is a nreindice in Eastern markets
against all butter in packages known
Wnoim avati thnnch the article be
good. We advise the use of the New
"Welsh Tub," the 'Haif-firkin Tub,"
the hundred-pound "Firkin." The
should be made of white ash or white
the two latter of white oak only; the
tub with flat hoops; the other two
of with round hoops, not mere straps
rough bark and large knots, but nice
smooth second growth hickory, with
shiny bark, free from lumps, each hoop
half-pole, and all uniform in size and
the wood to De iree irom sap auu ui
color, verything neatly and
bus, 1 he
c;a nf PirVina shonld be 224
high, 13 i inches diameter of head,
to outside, lb mcnes diameter oi
outside to outside, 6hould weigh about
- w . , i -i r n
pounds, dry, and contain arwut iw
nett of butter. Half-firkins of same
as one of this description
two, and should have a neatly made
nailed on top.
After butter is packed, the top should
neatly covered with white muslin, after
,o hu.n vaKhAri frAA from e tare ii or
and thoroughly soaked in a clein,
brine. Upon" this covering should
spread a thin layer of fine, clear
dairy salt will do, but fine table salt is
lie JTo York Mercantile Journal
Production of Artificial Jewels.
At a recent meeting of the Academy of
Sciences a highly interesting paper on this
subject was received from M. M. A. Gaud
in, well known to the scientific world for
his researches on the molecular theory.
The author is not the first in the field in
the art of producing artificial stones.
CAmA tnranlv VW1K O ClCi rVlA lilt A AT. Thf1!-
oviuu i . j j - t-t "
men manufactured sayphires and emeralds
in his laboratory. M. Gaudin's are inter
mediate in hardness. They have the same
Yj briilancy, and a certain fineness. The baso
he employs ia alumina, bat mixed with
i,1li t.i...D. or, tViot tTlCW Via VO Tint tll
nor is n
; it is
,rage by per
sons . Y.
onKotaniao cn tVlftt. tVlAV TlfiVft TiOt tllO
,t- transparency of oriental jewels, which can
i Mo,-n, Kw nlnminn iilnnft. But
thid earth is extremely subject to devitrif
ication; it only melts at a very high tem
perature, and instead of parsing through a
pasty state, like glass, it suddenly becomes
fluid, lite water, oegins to doii, uiruwmg
off sparks all the while, and then evapor
ates, disappearing rapidly like camphor.
Hence, m oraer to give aacuutj to mm
strange material, it is absolutely necessary
tn orlii a Ktron? riroDortion of silica to it.
which prevents it irom crystauzing, dui
then the hardness of the compound is-very
much reduced, though it still is compar
able to hyaline quartz. By employing the
oxy-hydrogen blow-pipe on a support of
charcoal, the inconvenience alluded to may
, -"I.,. 1 A. , I. lU A MMAWn.W im f,M .1,
ceavoiuea; uut meu mo upmowi mv
another, which is that of the bubbles that
ol ten remain imprisoned in the viscous sub
stance, fjiving color to these artificial
stones is another difficulty; compounds of
gold, silver and palladium cannot be used,
because, under the influence of this great
TnotAla n.rtk immediately revi-
U.UfH t""" '
ved. Copper is the most manageable of
all, and will give mapy tints. Manganese
and nickel always yield an orange yellow;
chromium yields blue and green. The
stones produceii by M. Gaudin are sap
phires, rubies, emeralds, topazes, derid
otes, colorless diamonds and aqua marine.
The Denver Pacific Railroad was finish
ed on the 30th to a point a little over 30
miles from Deaver.
T nArr Pa rTlV 0.11 llnRtrated descrip-
tion of the elegant and substantial Insur
ance Building recently completed by the
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Com-
L. li;iHnr'na I n H 111! 1 III I I1L'. BlUiVDv
pany, at junwouttCTj. - 77 ; r a
. r . a.a ? ;MnaMortahiA ftnn
totally consirucwsu ui iiajFcoa-- -fire-proof
material, is typical ot the financial
to occupy it. Such a brulding will stand
lone after tneiast poucy uu.ucm w
- 1. 11 ft,..A sn.AnnA1 A Tf
uuu ia iyi, r --- - , . ,
The Northwestern cas receuuj nuvr
for its premium reserves, (or mo
oor.arotA ni) Vn invested to
oav the policies whenever they may become
claims) tne legai buiuuwu m u" ""
Massachusetts, viz: tte "comoined tapen
ence" or "jlduaries" rate of mortality at four
m 1 1 Twra ta TmE TTTOHEST
STANDARD OF EESEBVE KNOWS TO ANT AMEKI-
can Company, and places the Company up-
on an impregnaDio ui ""v
security. A lower reterve, that is assum-
ins a higher rate 01 musree.
rives temporarily alarger apparent surplus
- a; ; J 3
lor aiviueuu. , .
vtt 1 1. infrr tf tfVn TYl f.Ti fl LllAS UU
e leei it uui uukj w . -
e f Vt a iinmnATiv in the direction ot
security, because there has been growing
V: 1!i. h wm n r m AO Q.
up in this country among ma -
r iw rAfuvrve standard, in-
prai.-t.iuo ; , . ken
duced by a desire to win uusm. -,f
1.11.. .i.irtoiTiiv rirnfer a standard
UOllCY UUluci,.o" J x , . -,, t
of reserve shaU be adopted that will make
tain, rather than have dividends made out
of funds that should be held in reserve.
t . Viaat. OTOTMPrV IO DH HOW UIO
n:. ... v Weivfvi into believing there
can be any security either in life or fire in
surance Without COSl. Alilo now
reserve of the Northwestern, as we under-
it nr, iffArAnca in the aCCTe-
. . nr tha nnnp.iftH. 1 1, niiiiuur
distributes those earnings in different
amounts over the me 01 a poucy. .
Ti i .V,a hinhADT. ATI II HIlt.B UL iiUOUt.llM
strength and soUdity, that the Northwest-
D . . , 1 I ilia nV.aY1.VA
ern has been aoie to immc mo vuuB
av .cnt tn a four per cent
reserve, and still has in hand $700,000 to
be divided in January 1871.
The Northwestern nas tne sancuon 01 mo
best authority in the country for this change
in their financial poucy. aiio rr cava x..-
jurance ixview, &u uouis, euuuco
Bat the most commendable feature In the man
aeement of this truly sound and vigorous Institu-
nb r . nna Mora OS. 18-
sued by the officers of this Company, in which it is
announced that on the 17th day of March. 1S70,
7r7"Tl .-j ., c,.T.t.T-t nf their reserve, the
mey miuuicu - .
hieheet rule known to any American company to-
wit: The comoinea eiptnouw.
. . j .. . . 1 n . nlunnff tnfl HOnil'
at roar per cent, micra,, f -o .
westernoB an impregnable basis of soUdity and
BewfS'n'mtuUte the officers of this company .and
thank thein too, for thus taking the initiative,
this much needed reform. We have long been sat
isfied that the New xora ruie 01 iwcr.o, r-
cent ) is wrong, as basis of ultimate security, and
. ' . . v. k.. TnannnM innrnals. in the
lu cominuii wiui j i
country, we have insisted that the higher rule
the rale of absolute safety."
The American jsuuaer says: .
"We heartily commend this action of the North
western, and think we speak the mi nd of the ma
jority not only of its policy holders, but of the
mass of the people."
The Chicago Advance concludes a long
Ii nl n .twin
Let aU our companies rouow tne example
Northwestern and we shall never be compelled
submit to the disgrace which our English friends
sustained, the graat " Ube rt Elw ard' fiasco.
We copy tho annexed from the Chicago
t?",-- i i,.Ki,rih.Mtm Mutual
Life InBnrnoe Company have reaaon to be aband-
... . i. i on A-i r v
sntly satisnett witn tne wise ojuiwuu,."-t
of the company during the past year,
the prosperity attained in the past and assured
the future. Tne assets amount to nearly seven
and a quarter million dollars, and the company
adopted a 4-per cent reserve, giving sn pregna
ble security for the Pyment of aU policies M
. t : Tki. in the hiotirat standard of
Decorne coaiuiB. "'Dlu , .
serve known to any American company,
the legal standard in Massachusetts, andrecom
mended by the most eminent actuaries. The
all going to the 'policy-holders (the company
f . . , .. . ji,nnn. rtf dividend
Delng purely muiuaij uu u""" ", I
is only apparent, the aggregate dividends
really larger, ana uio iwmj-,; JJ7C.
stand the merits of the cas". have the satisfaction
of knowing that they are bTO'ato'y .7?
should be the leading consideration with insurers.
The Hon. Elrzur Wright in a recent
thus speaks on this important topic
"But a vast company of co-insurers, spread
. a v,ir.,,inr fnonthnr the nresent
r . .i..m .ni k, nnntont with a bare
fioiency of reserve. ' It should keep a barrier of
between it and future insolvency, ever
increase and as impregnable as Gibralter.
most satisfactory working will be obtained
standard of reserve which will not only keep
old business wholly above the neeetnif of acquiring
new but will make it for the Interest of new
to seek the company in preference to any
company ins can iw vlOTCULW-
tu. roritinuimi entered UDon the
4.IVI ...ww.. - -
1870 with the most flattering prospects,
with assets at the present date of $7,250,000.
Nothing in the history of the states of
northwest has so nearly paralleled
material growth, as this great financial
cesa the jNortn western juuiuai uuo
The Man with a Troublesome Memory.
mensions cut in
ter." In bis recent address to the eight hours
people, Wendell Phillips told a story which
wwV onrinriniT inet. aR he told it!
"There is a law on the statute book to
this effect: Any man who disturbs a public
meeting may be arrested and sent to jaiL
Twenty years ago inai taw . cvcijr mu
who disturbs a religioua meeting may be
arrested and sent to jaiL Puritan Massa
chusetts protected religious meetings, and
there 6he stopped. What made the change?
I will tell you. There is an abolitionist up
in Worcester county (he is blind now) who
never forgot anything in his life.. He
could remember every debate in Con-
gress, tne point on wiucu ii, imucu,
the members who voted for it and
against it and who dodged. He was a ter
rible tnorn i tie wouia go uitt a rautua,
and when Hon. Mr. Ashman or some other
honorable got up and claimed the votes of
his fellow-citizens, he would say, 'Will you
allow me to ask a question, sir T Certain
ly.' Do you remember, sir, when the
question was put on the Mexican war, and
Congress was called upon to do this, that
or the other pro-slavery act, on the 11th
day of March, eighteen hundred . and so
and so, and tnere was a vote mucn, n i"
90, you voted with the 114 ? Can you tell
uswhy? The man never could. Meeting
after meeting, with this perfect encyclope
dia of acts and votes and words, he bayo
neted forgetful whigo, until they hurried
down to the Capitol and put into the stat
ute book a law that any man who disturbs
a politieal meeting may be arrested. Then
they voted him a disturber, turned him
out and had their own way. One man,
one single, tembieman, got so morouguiy
understood, that they had to smother him
with a statute."
A. VI WIS JIJ.AO'lliiX" D - r , x
litshed at Ktnoaha, Wis., says: "It is not
. . T. ATma AS DoWA-!
often tnat we say mucn m u ui j.iiu
rn;;noa WonaA it in hard distinemshiDC
between the humbug and the really valuable
meaicme. uus we go umui rr.
iI'h Oprmnn Bitters
UUOWUI DlJ wuw. ..w i
is no humbug. We have tried it and we
fcnoto it to be almost infallible in cases of m
j: j:nfl..annDmint. rt tha liver. Ac.
UlCtSUUU, aiowiui"vii. - '
It has cured us of the moat obtinate case of
the jaundice, after every otner remeuy unu
laUeU. flUU 111 UU Itoo -- -
etancos, where we have recommended it to
our friends lor tne same aineabo, ii un fiu'
ed alike efficacious; and we have yet to hear
or tne case wnerem it nao laucu.
Twa wvz-vwv Vt e rro I iaVTT"A frnm thft nOBfi. flf
XA 1UU U'w o
iA;wA rx itriarriao rft.rt.lfl.l IftHrt OI the 86086
ICUOIIO VA UtUUl vv J - .
of smell, taste or hearing, eyes watering or
weak, fetl dull and stnpid or debilitated, pain
or pressure in the head, take cold easily, you
i. i.-o ,r.n 1..,. tl, futiirrh. Thon-
sands aunually, without manifesting nail or
the above symptoms, terminate in consump
tion and end in the grave. No disease ia bo
common, more deceptive, or less understood
i , : ..: t- r V PiurM nf Rnffa-
vy liiivHiciauo. xji . V,
lo. N.'Y., is the proprietor of Dr. Sage's Ca-
. w- - r 4. ts-w. norOrV-h
. . w-w as a A V. 1 TT A
"Cold in tne xieaa, -anaatarruaixicauBiiD,
which he sends to any address on receipt of
i o.l J 1 . .... A ilmnnialii AVAV.
sixty cents, com vj musi m "Bb""- ,v- j
The Best and Original Tonic of Iron
m 1 A l.limn knnim Hfl Ifl.ftWell.
iri. i. o Vcrrn Plinsnhorated LllXlT OI
Calisaya Bark. The Iron restores color to
the blood, the Phosphorus renews waete of
t,a tna r.aiiaava pives a natural.
lit 1 TO UODUU kw a-
healthful tone to the digestive organs, there
by curing Dyspepsia in its vanoua forms,
n"-.i....i.r. Tiohilirw and Denrea-
sion of Spirits. Manufactured only by LAS-
well, tack & Co., New York. Sold by aU
rm,nmiv PlbT A. Wirt. 42 and 44 Dear
A uan vlM. w w. j
l. . Linonn ira simntH for III rill-
ture manufacturers, and sell the same quality
01 gOOOS tuat anv uenier ociia an uuui
40 per cent leas. "They pack and ship to
parts oi tne country, sen it reiu aua nuu.-
sale, ana Dy aucuuu bymj juuhj.
t .mm n-omnvw kniwn tn Ka a In rH ninTl
AJira iiiduhw,, " " -
and profitable investment of funds, has also
come to be regarded in the light of a moral
obligation, by such persons aa have given
manv of these men are about to take a policy
in the Washington Life Insurance Company,
of Hew xora.
r - Ufa in thn Washincrton to the
XUSA,UU."v - .
amount your xanu m uiums5
i . j.u;iv with ii eioomv attond'
anta. low spirits, depreonioa, involuntary
, 1 n9 BAnipn TWvrmi(torrlifBA.
loss of power, dizzy head, loss of memory
ana mreaieneu uixyvwu 1
- a.A in TrnmnrirAVQ) HnmAfW
Una a -sovereign uwo a-- .
Ef the most valuable, raild and potent Cura
tives, they etriKe a. ouco a.
" tVa avHtAir.. arrest the d'-9'
matter, wjuo up . . r..
charges, and unprt vigor and energy life
and vitality to the entire man. They have
age of five boxes and a large vial of powder'
which is. very imponau. "'"7""""','
,1 t.n..in..lahnT. Sold bv all drns-
giHts, and sent by mail on receipt of rrice.
tr;inA r.n . fi(i2 Broadway. New Yort.
flieoictuw w., ' 0:C".,W rj,;,L
WkoUtale Jffent Burnh&ms ft Van Schaack, Hurl-
hnrt EdaaU. Chicago, Ilia; Jenks A Gordon, ot.
uurfc ' . . i L. i c t nnl.
Paul Minxi.; Brown, Webber h Graham, St. Louis,
Mo. ; x arrana. aneiey v.
Batchelor's Hair Dye.
. v 1: 1 TT: Twn fa 4 Via Ka.4 in fcViA
1 JJLO BlJlt"llAA 1 I aats. s j w w I
world, the only true and perfect Dye; harm-
i- i - nA.n A An a r ri rfidanTWMnTa
less, reiiaDie, luuiauwucuuo, uicnuvu..
i. nn Irtnti tint rt'TilPfiif R the ill
111 Call, 11U lllUVUuw - -
effects of bad eyes; inyiKorates and leaves
the Hair sort ana Deautuxu i mu-u.
r. ,3 i .11 T-nrrtata and Prfnmrs. and
properly applied at the Wig Factory, 16 Bond
street, jxew iu.
a .v.;K ata rtr tin hair and fiOfih
not effect the acalp, hke all poieonous liquid
tsd ti rpntnrA adea
resiorcio. m --- ..
hair to its original color. The ebte all use it
t. ;nAi.-nna ,i. a hair tn inr . min&rLi a oeauii-
1S IIJCIIUCO HJ ? r-
i i r,A la nr.i'.rAft,lv harmless. Sola by
1 Ul Eiuoa " t " -. . , -
all druReists. Ktv & Wethebell, AgenU,
101 William t., j. a.
Durno's Catarrh Snuff.
.i i.m Wml Tvab
tv .- "i)ri;n.a. TtadiiphA. PromotAR m,
pectoraUon, Cures Catarrh in its worat forma,
, . .. .u lV..,th Tf. Minlnlnil tin
anu Bweeiciio mo w .
Tobacco, ia mild, and promotes a pleasant
SenSalluu ttliu ucucuwo, "
appreciate "A Clear Head." Sold everywhere
byDruggistH. Kidder & Weth bbki.t. Agent,
lOi WiKiam ot.. new mis
A Want in Medicine Well Supplied.
surance WayDe's Diuretic and Alterative
filled a want long needed in the liat of prep
arations for the cure of those diseases named
t - An .t f At vaII tnn ap.nd for a doc-
. V. - M11. n,n vnn nnia wine, scrawls
ilO LOUS ujvfx J " . ,
some hieroglyphics upon a piece or japer
which you take to a drug store and there pay
en -i . .. 1 (Vi V,Aai,lua V,n rliiirtor'd fee. IOf
a remedy nine times out of ten not hair so
good as Dr. Morse's India Root Pills,
which costs but 25 cts. per box. Do you
think the former the beet, because you pay
.i it 0 Tf rim An tta sjl V1H6 VOU V
mo wuoi iui - .
use, JUBt as an exjH-riuieuL, wo "
v ... D..Thri. TVaw QT-A TirAnared from
a formula pronmnced by the most learned
phy-iciana af our eonntr", to be the best and
. r familv mndicines. The
UlUOli lUU,Uio v,
Mobse's IsniAit Boot Pills cure Headache,
Liver Complaints, tnaigesuuu, vjoucuo.
i.,i mi.ritio, .t-p . ana are DUt UD
CU1IUU U .-- w, - -
both eugar-coatcd and plain. Give them
trial. Hold bv aU dealers.
The Wife, both before and after she has
become a matron, will find Plantation Bit
tees literally a present help in time of trou
ble; and, under no circumstance or condition
can it prove oinerwwe man iotuu. ui-
.,vc.;nr. if muvlA ta.k An am an invieorant.
Ill UUlDlUg . "
with great advantage both to motber and
infant; and, when maternal anxiety ia awak
ened by the failing appetite, unnatural lan
guor, and general indisposition of a delicate
daughter, there is no tonic or alterative
which will work such a rapid aud healthful
. .... j:.: r .i.A r..i. tiip.liil .
rliUTlPI, 111 rne CftiiUlLlUU ul irti ,u . ......
Plantation Bitteba. For the morning las
situde and depression of Fpirite, caused
late hours and what is called la-hionable dia
sipation, there is nothing comparable to this
famous vegetable restorative.
ruuunD nuu ui.w -
puddings, custards or creams made from
Moss FABiNE,and served with good iich cream
111. II, nanil r.naTir-.1T in Hiu it. SS
makes one of the most delicious, nutritious,
economical, aua neaim-giviug uuui,
:j J k - Knnntifnl P r A VI 1 1 P 11 Cf
ever provmna a uunuwm, - -
In nitmbebs thern s safety. It was upon
this principle that the formula of Judsons
MOTJBTAIN xlEitn 1 ll.l-n na t
. , - i i . , I a t rtnr.p 1 II
i.: ;tl.. ..I,mi(liii1 liia TUfinfi Ifl
revisioa of the most intelligent and learned
physicians of the age, and the result is
.:'i i... v..uf nKiuKinnB m mi limine
Jcdson's Mountain Herb Pills. They purify
.. . . .ii .k.iraAiinnji lAanaA
tne Diooa, remove iuuucuuv..uU.,v.v
.v, i., r.t oil Tn"mr,ip and blotcbea. ana
1UO DAUi V -
r--.i . n A coTa in triAir ntieratlon.
penevuv biud au ,
tm t. ITm. Hc-DW PnlH
and many of the diseases arising front impure
Llooa an t a aerangeu uimuu.
. , r . . ll i-Y, d rrr.Tja ana when
you have proved their virtue recommend
them to your friends. "They are both sugar-
coated and plain. For sale every nure.
An extensive commission house is that
tt , i.rrimKii isei-i WtAratrAt-Chica-i
nuagiau at niiuiAu, -. ' Vi
go. wholesale commission dealers in Foreign
Vi ,-.. ,.,.; This firm are et-n-
auu aomoon ww. . .
tlemen who thoroughly understand
m . ! I V. rf
business, ana consignors ui w iu u,
ightst market prices with prompt returns,
iur ainA laaf. WA m
" iUAJ, I THE l'Umi(,co , ,
c-v i f. oft Tu,,lAri pTalamatioii
iscu nao uucu iuu v. . .
as frienda gazed upon the gray locks of
ones; but this is no longer heard, since King
VegsUble Ambrosia has become one of
arucles rouna in au laoitjo wuc.
m nr.wa xrnvi T ina, nf K.fanirihir.ft
X M-aa- AlilfcA - r
weekly from New York, Liverpool
Queenstown. Agents in all the pnncipa
cities of the northwest 8. Howe, General
Western Agent. Ko. 2 iAiBir, viutu
Jakes H. Fosteb & Co., 151 Lake St,
importers of breech-loading shot
Hcblect & Edball's, leading wholesale
druKirints of the Northwest, coiner
" V . . , Ol, Ino nn i
street ar a vauan avcuuu.
Highest prices always for consignments
hides, pelts, and tallow, oy Dmuu
ton. No. 239 Lake street, Chicago, 111.
The nee of Hall's Vegetable Sicilian
ii i : t saviil ivl.aiair
Uenewer will Keep tne nair soi
Paussrsa'a Celebrated Cider Vinegar ia
best in the marnet Auk your grocer for
PaiTATB medical aid. Be.i Dr. WTiitUor'a
Caution to Watch Buyers.
niinnninii, nartins are Belling worthless
Watches bearing trade marks very nearly similar
the trade marks of genuine Waltham watcnea.
i i,t. I u not onlv a fraud on the purchaser,
great injury to the reputation of the genuine
To avoid imposition, buyers should insist on
nr o.nnln Waltham Watches, and take no
This is the only safe rule, since someseners
onentlv endeavor to sell other watcnea in preiereuce
on which larger profits are made.
The trademarks of the various styiea are .
AiTERKHN WATCH Co.. .....Waltham,
AMN. WATCH Co Waltham,
AMERICAN WATCH Co.. Cres
cent Street Waltham.
APPLET0S, TRACY 4 Co Wallhara,
WALTHAM WATCH Co. .... . .Waltham.
P. fi. BARTLETT Waltham,
WE EIXEKT Waltham.
nnv. witcr Co. Boston.
r..min the RTjel'lne of these names
before buying. Any variation even ol a single
Indicates a counterfeit.
For sale by all leading Jewelers.
BOBBINS A APPLETON,
Asent. 1 8a Broadway, N. T.
St. Louis Saw Works.
Manufacturers of - C PAULDING'S
Patent Inserted Teeth 5 iws.
FOR SALE AT T1IEIR WAREHOUSES,
11C cfc 118 1 80
Tine Street, Carondelet St
ST. LOUIS. INEW ORLKAN3
W-WTK WILL PAY At;K.NT3 per week and
W expense-, to sell the Greatest Discoveries oiu.
aga, Address Wheatoh. Uaxbi A Co.. Marshall. Alich
GREAT CHANCE FOR AGENTS
aa, ST A- 0.1AI1 aaaB.ww.akh Wamvanf fr gaWlOlOT e
iroud agent.-- 9very county in tb U. b. on oonv
i PISSIOB Or Hiaxy luiauuuucouuir
kWi teM Hf W Ut.Afr;Wlllia"r
i drodyvwtv If 70a wantprofitbleand dIomuii
I emplorment, addreM K. A. BciH k Co.tManrnv
, IO ff llietASFS Avf - V avTavy ww aw a-v SV
AGENTS WANTED everywhere to sell the
AMERICAN KNITT1KG lilAOHlNK, the only
nractical Family Knitting Machine ever tavented.
Prie. 25. Will knit 2U.lt) stitches per mmut. Ad
drea? AMERICAN KNITTIKU AIACU1KK CO.,
Boston, Mass., or Bt Louis, Ma
ZZ i. 1 .. f in- sir P" , 1 I n I J
km i 1 if-. 1 iLaree wumt et.hu uicuuh
Rosiitifni Pn;p.wnnf1 Case
J U A 1Y ED j--EGS-
French action iron piate 7 octaves pure, sweet,
. I X. Au:. UfMHM.AnJ S UMMSMt DmA
Kim mailedlreAs STATb PIANO CO., 65 firoactway, New York,
0 i?if is wAvTZD-m to rs jfm-cjrsrvw,
irmom 2 ' " r I
MrtT-rn TP a rrrtT-c-pQ TrfYTTHTiV" or
TTtTj "nrjrr7n.iTTEU woud,
.i u 1.. xiVl.ht
lAiraci majuju. iuuwf w wvim-
ovw V, a . I 1 i V.. .i..l M ftn Wltil
nsuntoia nones sou uouuc
ita Klooming flowers, hinging birds, Wanng palms.
Helling clouds. Beautiful bow, Sacred mountains.
leugnnn. nns ---j
Blazing heavens and vast universe with connUess
beings in millions 01 worius. anu mu, -
Unwritten Word. Kostmten paper, ornai eo.-
" MTld rapero binding. Send for circular, in which
u J desenptkm and universal commendations by
fr i i ii n . f ...hi. ,,, tnn ntrnnr
tne press, .a7ft",,1cnv a 1 r.
Monroe treeL, nicago, aai,
aw - -
u Kidder's Raven Indelible ink. it flows fr, new
DIAPV AC TUX DAVlTftl'S W
" . . M i , I
blota, and nerer f adea. Used as eamly as conimon ink.
wita a atel er anill pen- Remember Karen Ins
&d everywhere? lDKR A WKTOKRK LU
aVI wti tanhlias, r aW VfttT.
P t .
THIRD EDITION NOW BEADT.
THE COMPLETE REPOUT OF THE
Illustrated, 8m, S50 pagea Price 60 eta. Together
with Mrs. Richardson's Statement in full, and Dr. W.
Insanity, and especially of temporary Insanity or Mor
bid impulse, as appnoauie j kjj tu '
ale oy au newsaeaie e. v w
W. nlLlufl, rau r, ns 10 aw. -
LIFE FOR THE HAIR
Is now more perfect than ever! It has borne the test
of time and is pronooneea tne oniy
reliable article for
j Restoring Gray Hair to its
. . WW W .
Strengthening and increasing its growth. A delightful
hair dressing for young ana ota.
Send for Treatise on the Hair
S. A. CHEVALIER, LI. D.
101 East 25th St., Sew York.
DIURETIC AND ALTERATIVE
1 mew and valaable preparation for the re
lief and eare of Gravel, Irritation or th.
Bladder and Crethra, Dropsical, Baen
matle and Costj AfTectloas, Pains
la the Back and Loins, Ac
To those suffering from diseases of the Kld-
Ttia.l.ler. and the consequent train
of distressing ailments, this remedy is coufl
.tn rommended as a relief, and needs
a trial to prove ita great value in the cure
Hie above mentioned diseases. As an Altera
tive, this Elixir will be found much more
beneficial than the preparations of Sarsapa
rilla, so popular, (and we might say of ques
.iit ...oilicinal valuel. and where a Blood
Purifier Is needed, there is no qmntion
that the :
Biurotic and Alterative Elixir
Will accomplish all that Is de-ired. Those
! -..l.rinua .listricts. West and South,
as a general thing need, on the approach
warm weather, such a remedy ; one that
remove languor, and res tons tone and vigor
the system. Ko preparation will more effect
ually accomplish this than the -
MIIETIC Ilia ILTEHPE .ELP.
It Is by far a more potent and effectual Alter
ative and Blood Purifier than Sarsaparilla,
free from all objections that may be
against the latter, and its usual adjuncts,
Iodide of Potassium, or some preparations
ILlStr ACTl'BED BT THE FK0PBIET0RS
Imperters and Dealers la
DRUGS. MEDICINES, PJUHTi
Chemical & Pharmaceutical Preparations,
'H. W. Cor. ath and Vine Stres&s,
Cincinnati, - Ohio
. i ... ..1,'ml.
This Corset is eonstrncxeu -- -
Die. being open and thereby allowing toe freest
piSfbUVbeBd- giving perfect ease and
to thewearer, and at the sam. time poef easing
adwtagesof the common Oorsets in giving
th?i'i,aiifi. r.rsce and Comfort
recommended for summer wear, and ".-toi
men. r or aaie oy aii uiaw
PriVVOROE'r-RSKIRT CO.. Worcester,
A Providential Remedy. The Mongooaa
b,A. porous rpenuk. .
salubrious watera We have tnis bprmg, tn all
perfection, mnltplied od i"."!'-.!. in this
in the form ot iiniuu,i, . . .
.1 w. ivwl.l.l. .nil
for the nseaof th. million. The million nse
the great household medicine of Ue land,
delicious, remaning, am uurini
d ""sqLP BT ALL DRUGGISTS. . '
vrnnuo .fcaj an1favina from riarvoua
V warnr. Decay. iMl Abuse. Ac,
NKBVTNr PILJA. 8orecnra Never fail. llu
.- r V. Baldneaw and caiarra.
M-m U tl Pwisiil't M sTTAPrTTRr
CAL D 180 VXBY 18 taklDff tfa plACA
of Doctor's and Drtiff, a the only
lmaea for the emrm and prmntifm
nf di Mattes. To oiiderstsvod this
Great Diseorery, enclose lt to the
Metaphysical L'nivrmtj,ol Bond St.
V AT L A VA aa i U..aiii's
HOW jurii iur in laa, in . vi. uiwwu
naaML worTJi nnnnrfHi. or aouui 10 uoui nr suiu s-ct.
TO sell our
Patent Metal Sign and Door Plates
a- a in t am
AJTBUla aVW UMaui ""
t.J7 itfnaw sknrl Mainnf&etiuswa of Patents.
X SVOU U AVTVaaavv . "
a- O ..L. U Ijwiis Mn
n.l A IV IWJ V
LI V-...-..1-.; .- - "
lri(. l It r-l.sMULT.'.noi
tir i ': ' 1 "lr'' "
3 V maae new, wt
j it, wiwuuii w"--'1
post-paid ob receipt
nn. mmM o Fast
th btreeU New
"JVI r '.'3 Comfort and Cure
V";?VTi for the Kuptured.
Mnl DOBl-paiu ua
receipt ef lit cents.
a i i ii.. i it . rv.
FOOTK, author of
Sense, Plain Horn
Talk. etc. 13) Lex
ington Aa, cor.ot
Kast 38th el, K. Y.
Q.n, in mmIm! an.
velope en receipt of
Ilk .ant, AdllnM.
Dr. K. B. FOOTK.
U10 Lexington Ave
nue. corner of East
th bueet, Kew
tr Send for CaUtegne
Water, Wine and Milk
XALEX. M. LESLEY,
M AJfTJFACTUR EE,
605 Sixth Avenacs
J. I. CASE & CO.,
EACXNE, - - WISCONSI1..
..mwvio rT r1TTT7XrnTVfw MA
. - Jm J n XaTwul KaannsT MBA'OmH
raa wnavawa I rwui IT uwrji a. wv wa wv wa
and Portable Knginea Descriptive circulars sent
by mail. I ineiargwii
KBSin the World.
..... ..DicvpaTHK P1TRNT OROANIO
Die, removes Ringing noise. dmiT
Deaf Persons to hear distinctly at Church orPnblio
AMembUes. 1 realise on uwihb""
Mean. o. t-ore. . T HTnffT 8TIIXWFT.L.
7S2 Broadway. X. Y.
It tott want the mrMt. bmt and t-rps.
TOILET SOAP, bay I OI-fJATE Ac t ..'
SO j , It V n . STO H K K F r P r If S.
A REGULAR GRADUATE OV MEDIOTXE,
as diploma at ottice will show, has been lunger
engaged in the treatment of Venereal, he xual ana
Private Diseaaeathaa any other phjsicianin bt
ISvTlhlllllo or ai uruui i. - liuiiw"". .
Lkin or bones are treated with nnparaleUed success.
ormaiorruea, .lt ,tj..... .j :r
I as the result oi ,, - rv.,,..,
in matnreryearsorothercanse.ana which Produce
some of the following effects, as nocturnal emis-
mmis. blotches, aeouity.aizune. .muw,.," --."
cScTofideas. evil forebodings, version
Society of f emalesjoss of memory and "empower,
and rendering marrus improper, are perma-
practice are unaurpa . h
I city. BaekniesoiJM. waauN""" -"-,K
be?n located there longer b, ye. than r"
advertising. iaees.aui-Yi":r tCiTSi
nntian he stands without a competitor.
The Writing- of a Physician whose repw
tarion to I nlon-wiue anoaia ww
. inmir! 1
v-m-. wnrmu dquiuuim - s
p xm p HJ.ET relating to venereal diseases and
that will D sentto-n, -,rL
" .tinn eonndentia'. A friendly talk
etyou nothing. Omce central, yet reared
NTofi TstCharles street, St. Looia, Hooa
A. at. to I r. M. ounoaysMwa.
A GHEAT MEDIOL DiSCOVEfil
nr.. WALKER'S CAXTFOSNIA
Hniidreda of Thousands
Bear testimony to their Wonder
ful Curative Effects.
I WHAT ARE. THEY?
j. a X - X w
TI U aU BT - Aa.
J " 3 1 a C ' -
6. tt g t l liS Ji j : v' I
-511 V 7 v
b ft -3
O 1 o THEY ARE KOT A TILE
u.. -r d- v nn. wkliksv. Proof
and Refuse Liquors doctored, spiced and
to please the taste, called " Tonics," "
t Restorers," Ac, that lead the tippler
drunkenness and rnin.bnt are a tree Medicine,
from the Xatlve Roots and Herbs of California,
from all Alcoholic Stimulant. They
GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER and A
TVTvf DijivriPI.E a perfect Renovator
rurrviriar off all
matter and restoring the blood to a healthy eon
Ko person can take these Bitters accordlnj to
tion and remain long nnwelL
$ 1 0 0 will be given for an incurable case,
the bones are not destroyed by mineral
other means, and the vital organs wasted beyond
point of repair.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
and Gout, Dyspepsia, or Indigestion,
of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys
, , .1,. Tt;.rm have been most
1,1 :itl l,rr, -
ful much Diseases are caused by
Blood .which Is generally produced by
of the Digestive Organ.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGE!TIO,
ache, Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness
Chest Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the
Bad taste in the Month, Billons Attacks,
of the Heart, Inflammation ol the Lungs,Fain
regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other
symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
They Invigorate the stomach, and stimulate
,. a k.,..!. whii-h render them of
nidlllBI .uu wv.v ,
efficacy in cleansing the blood of all impurities,
imparting new life and vigor to the whole
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Ernptions.Tctter.8alt
rauiem.Blotchei!, Spots, Pimples, Pustules,
boncles. Ring-Worms, Scald Ilead, Sore Eyes,
elas Itch, Scurfs. Discoloratioas of the Skin.
andDiseascsof Hie Skin, of whatever name
are literally dngnp and earned out 01 u J-
time by the nseof these Bitters. One
such cases will convince the most Incredulous
curative effect. '
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you
or sores ; cleanse it when yon and it
le tn the veins : cleanse It when it
and your feelings will tell you when. Keep
pnre and thoncaituoi iuo j uu w -.
n,v t. tf and other WO RMS. Inrkingln
systein'of so many thousand, are effectually
ed and removed, r or iun curecuons, reau
,k. irr-niar around each bottle, printed In
Buages English, German, Trench and Spanish.
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Drnggists and Gen. AgenU. San Francisco,
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Millions ot nouseseepwrs r. ubjikr ,pw
Urocers from lo to c per pound, when.
with my Recipe, any family, m,amkeeper,
hotel keeper, or cook in the land, can
make their own Baking Powder Iwith tin
aid ef a common seive) for 26o per poonl.
'1 His oner, uposina .'V",
the diilerent mannfactnrers of Baking
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I will do aU that I claim for it, and is giving perfect satwr
hnndreds who have bought it. Now. aU that
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send me the price. iUU, by raail, I will send them toe
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bag, out a simple wmywuu.
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reUobmibraid .and ffbrma
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otheT iSssVand shall prosecute ail parti-
sSmS Machine, under this name to the
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r .nt t-sa tmnfawa uimsi
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from us or oarArnia V""" aadcTroulara
parties wbo 'lITipTL GOT1
offer worthless Mao times at tawn
Who have failed ia their efforts to dispose of
nghtaTwiU do wed to consult us, either personally
SiTfrw, f .charge. Man, jraluab
handa. and brougnt to torn y.
CiyThose wul be accepted ahich we feel -f
be sola, as our object is solely the realization f a
ndsstaLl diiTpinion can therefore be rehedopocL
Ko charge for semoe. unle-s f Rererence.
on application. w .Vi . KV-k.
Consulting Engineers, 15 W all St, ew
HALF A kit
&eiMz41 sasAhsl att
I Vprv fpw TM-rsona think when they
I "it T.ilVi, .ff i hi. v.-rv "Teat -mnor-
a fine unit or Hair ol the very rea.
tanre of cultivating it in tbeir yotltli.-
?,otr.ln?can DC mure mrumiu; ui
ble lu old ai;e than a line mil M i r oi 11
r .. .. . .An.n ll. I j vAara havf.
UIUCl ".I.UIV J ..... .- -
arient by Da. Cn.i.rasT in perfecting
vaiuaDie anirie. i.tma.-uuf , .-,i n
iiiu, hi itinn m tirmim.!'!
P0IS0.01S lOLOKl.Mi MAtTtB'.!!!
burn and destroy the very delicate
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the only vegetable oil ever discovered
prumuiew mo givnwi aim iiiiviliv. n
llaxnriant locks of ilair. It is
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aowers. i ins article is iuuhu is tuu
Cities on almost every tollettce, bnt
e-pecially amonjr the more fashionable
classes, as it nas provea to oe me
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ticieia&i- win reiaiuuioiiaii kvo"-";
v. .. . .1 A in..
any iru'iu vi inuo i," v.. . - -
used by Ladies' Hair Dressers and
at all the leading Hotels et me
It eoes three times as iar istiwuum.
clee. Alcohol preparations from the
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rai nt"ai oi me nwu c,.4AuiMi,a
Hair parched and dry. Price
CAXBT, ClLPis co., rropnewrs,
OLD BY ALL UULGGISTS.
prr-r ,t .-f.-r, "FINCH Sz Jb'U
WI.CH Cc Gil IT PITHS
SAWS! AXES! SAWST
JAWS of all dsseriptiorav Aar..-. ta.."-;
VL-R.NISllI.NUsi. Ulrica "
Solid Teeth, or with PATr-lAwu"-
tuperitr lo oi
I huertrt last w .
r-8end for Prioe Lta arcnlars.1
- ReaitoB. aiaasu. or llptrolU
A TVS. BELTING
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from & to
-or i nnre. nabitable, and to preserve
Virmt nremium awarded at th. U. S. Pair, the
KtlTl K?and Chicago City rair. Largest
th. Vi SUteaJab?;bed . CHASt
, gg. "hSiM-33S; and 34J TbtoT.
IMITATION POROUS PLASTERS.
PerfaraUed PlaAter. In Ilttl.r.f
. anen are a
are being ocerea lor saia iuww. - - . .
prtparaion of "toad ptaater.- sad calculated to indue,
paralysis, eostivenesa and ooliea , . T , rnnvs
To give ralief from pain is tne oojew or
POROUS PLASTEBS. which are warranted to son tain
ONLY INNOCENT DRUCS,
without a particle of lead or any mineral whatever ia
their composition. We have made them lor twenty
nil win alwava Drenara tham as heretofore.
They are harmless; but for local pains nothing has ever
proved so vastly curative, as aa oaiwara appucaneo. aa
the justly celebrated
Porous Plaster of Hr. Allcock.
T U th. hmnshlal tubes, dropsy of the
heart, tumors, Internal and ovarian, are said to nave
been cured by this plaster. But in all awes for a
strengthening plaster, and for nervous and lecal pains.
we have the testimony ot tne nrs pnr -
United States and of H-orope in uul iaviu
How great the comfort to have a suffocating ooogb, to
have sharp pains of the cheat, queercreeping sensations
around the heart, cured ey the simple remedy of a clean,
flexible, entirely unobjectionable plaster t Bntmtornal
tumors, eonsulerea ox a iaiat cuaracvor, o
by this mild and innocent application, which, acting
like a aeeond skin, prodnoesa steady pressure, by which
absorb tion. resulting in ease at once, ana ninmim butt.
Being a preparation from Frank cense. Rubber and
Burgundy Pitch, they seem to possess the quality ot
-a t t -tha hodv. wherebv tha circulation
of the blood becomes equalized upon the parts whete
applied, causing pain and moi Dia acuoo to ceasa. ine
Porous Plasters are flexible, and lounQ ol great neip o
,k..h.h.nM.i wb. nr nain in the sida Eaae-
Icially are they valuable to those who have neglected
eolda. They are often preventives of eonsntnptjon ; nay.
I tkey are believed to have loosenea tne grasp oi una
1 terrible anliction, and been mainly mstrumenuu in
effecting a ear. In variable climates taev should be
I worn on the broaat or between the shoulders or over ma
kidneys, by those who are sub jest to take cold easily.
IThis simple nlaa will soon produce a eonaumuowu
vigor that will suable it to resist extraordinary changes
of temperature. Experience has proved the Porous -
I Paster to be a blessing to the consumptively inouneo.
invariably producing the most remarkable aba lament
I of tha worat aymptoma
From the Rev. Dr. Seattle.
ScOTCHTOWN, Orange county, N. Y Cct. 2t, IS.
TauatAS AUjCOCK, A IO., tang Sing:
Your Porous Platters are a great blessing. My
daughter, Isabella, had whooping coogh a-me twelve
abated she still for au months had a distrsssuig ooogo,
and became very weak and thin. Finding internal
rameuie ui no nw, .a, " - . - -
pii lied to her chest. The cough was relieved from the -Qa
4 mm pat on, and ia one month was entirely cured,
i jours, truly, Xa. xAAlTlis.
Nervous Affection of the Head Cared.
For two ears I have been a great sufferer from neu
ralgia in the heaa, and found only temporary relief
irom au we vanoua nuueuim ui " " -ap
piled owe of Alloack a Porous Plaatera 1 out it into
ill ree strips piaoing one uituer wwi wwmw
1 1 he ether over the small of the back, and for the past
.i . i I w. .. 4 . . t.r.t.rJ , ti a iA.i nan.
j wnnu, wmu win., nviii -wu "
no time in --""r a trial of tha wonoarfnl Poroua
Plaster. A. r'. Bl'KRIJL'vG, beo'y Singer Mfg. Oa
ilinimiw. Ala.. Xi 37. lSd&
Messrs. Tsoa Aixcoca Co. During the m tensive
prsutic. of ten years 1 have been a lrequent witness of
toe magical qoalitieaot yonr POKOLS PLAS'i sota. -1
can certuy that they are all yon claim for them. In
faet, 1 have never known them to fail in giving relief ia
local pains, or to impart support to the part where
applied, bend me six dozen at once. ours,
D. Meyer, of Savannah. Ga, says they are the beat
mechanical supporters for weak lunacies ever discov
ered ; that by their warming pro per lies they bring
power and health, nntd the strength ot the mosclee ia
entirely restored; that he knows a case where Allcock s
Plasters cured a gentleman of weak spine ; that he daily
prescribes thsm in his practice with the hapUMt
I IBIlllMt, uu umn, tv M. am w .,..i
Dr. Henderson, of rarnvuie. La., says: ' -
The counter lmtantellect of AUcook's Porous Plas
ters is produced in such a mild and gradual way, they
so invigorate the circulation around tne parte to whicn
they are applied, and exert upon ail nervous disss see
i . . - .i .t... 1 -..-... Ihum rx,a.
sucn a great wiMin uiuubw i - ;
udently at the head of every plaster bow ia use.
ir. Johnson, of Uartf ord, says :
Aty daily experienoe coahrma the very superior excel
lence of your Porous Plaatera. At this momsnt a
writing a man applies for one, who, by entanglement
m a shaft of maclunery, had both his legs broken, spina
. , . .... w Antin.1V
severely uijurvu, uu wmo i -
Del pleas, this man found rebel very soon by the appli--eauon
of a plaster to his spina. He was soon epaoled
sn wnra and now he laoors as well as ever. He would
cheerfully pay hve dollars or a single plaster it they
eoola not be haa at a lower rate, ouxgeuu.
make nse of these perforated plasters to the exciusaoa
of ail others, as their flexibility and adhesiveness are
. . 1 - ll . U . i aavvrK waTt irfl I
tffTB4uT aQ awtlTBulvV OI sail VtaUW w. - -
am MnamiDtotl, wtuia the pertoTj-tions pecular to them
,.- . w .) Aa Kaa aata nauat ril. I.
rt 1 i 1U rk.t w untimanta ghtWI d IM inOWIL
un w un.u-. u v ;-1rr;-7;--u .,
Dropsy of tt Heart Cured..
GLES RTDDLg P. O., DKLAWAaa CotTSTT, Pa.
March In, Inria. ) mi
Messrs Thojias Aixcock. A Co. Having been trou
bled with the heart disease lor a long time, and attar
doctoring with our physician for months aad obtaining
. . i . . . . I . tmnhliiil Wl 1 11
no reuei, i gave w i uwi-, - l. ZmTZ
shai-D pains in toy cheat and toad sounds alx at my
At this tune . was persuaded lo apply one of your
Poroua Plaatera. Within a few hours alter placing one
. .. . .11 tnrnlihin.
oa my caest i iei wruwiv i - "
aulad about my heart, and 1 felt bke a new man.
CSS son MW' W ruiui.lfH UITTV.
I oars respecgniiy,
25,000 Sold by 0neralbr.
Measrs. J. Balch A Son. ot .rovidenoa R. L. write
November, lys-"We have Vd the Porous Piasters
for twenty years, and, at retaU and jobbing, moat have
sold twenty hve thousand altogether. Tcay are well
liked." . w
Lame B ci. '
New Toax. Nov. 83, 18
T. ALLCOCK A Ca- Gentlemen 1 lately Buttered
severely from a weakness ia my back. Having beard
roar piasters much recommended for cases of tais kind
1 procured one, and the result was all that 1 could
desire, A single piaster eared me us a week. Yours,
respectfully, tv. brtluda.
OooXS'g SxoaS, Rockingham County, Va.,(
' Nuv amber JU. lcnV, i
Messrs Alicoca k Co: .
I lately sunered severely from a pain and weakness in
my back. 1 tried many apphoationa prescribed by our
doctors, bnt without doing any good. At length 1 tried
your Porous Planter, wowa beaeutted , at once,
tours. Ji.KAM.HLa MHH.
A Han Saved from Lameness for Life.
I A gentleman, from placing the heel ofbis boot on a
niece of orange peel, was suddenly thrown down ana
Violently sprained his knee. Ue was six months oon
hnedtothe hooae, though he hl the medical
advice. At last he apphed an ALLOOCK'S POROLS
I fLAai Iur, anu iw aoaa in .ww Mam
I pertecUy cured.
Cure of a Badly CTusriea ureast.
Mav 7. IXrU.
and GBfTLXMKJl-In December, PJS3. my breast bone wss
eriaanedand badly injured by being struck by a heavy
I "T t7T. home aenselesa, where for week. 1
r. . . i . u u- ittM mnlil on bnt
lay as tne point oi ueu -- - -
hule for ma and 1 snriered oonunoal pain. 1 he doctors
tnought a bhster plaster would help if P" n tne
brealt,bat i thougut 1 would try, instead. Aboocas
Porous Plaster. 1 put one on my breast and side, and
from that time began to get better and to one montn
lwis wed. iree from pain, and able to attend tomy
bueaaAny one can call and see my bra and I
will show them a modern miracle ol eara
J. R. BUClwAa i lonta ifth Sfc.
: ..... Wuiiainsburgh. L. L
A ohiia eignt years mu, aia . - --.-v.i
Sing, fell out of a lolt some twenty feet. 11. was sacHf
j . i .. nr. a ml annlia.1 IA
inrTuaeu. oia uiwa,,. v --
avery bruise. The next day he was out playing a. usual,
, x J 1.A ..urAM awassva wwaSaHiBaasi AVIlal haa
I ana in iw uatow uw gwww' w-- n-.-v-.
wm p6TToUjr OUrtd.
a case cocurreu w ""D1. v.'ki . .
could be had before morning. The mother betbonght
of some Poroua Plasters aha had m the house. 1 hey
lill U ut Iiuauu Ul, ara, " - -
whistling Dreaming soon tuowu, id
cnud siet, and ia too awrning no sign of croup
-www. ws imr ! .j, .Vi nf 'Kntmm Vns-fa- asrrtttsl
January U liw: lnae bwa arilioHxl with aat-
T i x a .o,au n w wA ruinatnt trfnTTt
mtKiictii men. 1 was adnaed by a iriand to try on of
. . . . a. 1 11 a t I .UA aaA auavgavaal
V a . i 4- lu.aaa-.rir Bara.s al.n faftaaM.t
I : , VI. fa, rwAAa nna t X lU-aMUC
IUieT Wetv aTtU aViaV. - u S a... 1 "
and urged me to dm iL 1 did ao, and have now worn
tnaa steadily for nine nmiaaa. and nnd myaaif better
tnea steaoily lor nine montns, ana unu mjwu www,,
have than I hav. been for many years. To ail adbcted with
this awful oom plaint 1 ssy give them a tair ohanee, and
.miior . . hiesa the day von arst pnt onaou.
,0jZ IL b ursuXof butlockville, Bedford,
.... . .
- - - -
- - -the
Mra James a. sursueu, 01 v, niuocavme, nouiura.
Westchester county, waa thrown from her carriage and
nau ner arm omasa iwi.,uu mo aw. aw u-v
shoulder. Aitor her arm was set and the bone had
fully knit she continued to suiter great pam atthe
sleepless nights, nothing reheving her until sue appied
AUooek's Porous Plaatera. Alter using them on
month she was completely eared. She obtained get
eliel the hrst day taey were applied.
.A Cure for Cold Feet.
S. O. Smith. Esq., of the American Hotel of Babylon.
. . . ..i ..... ,M m.n. m.m mnth enlil taet.
I . I . oaU UWD HUUunu ii... .
H. had seen Allcock s Porous PlasUir used lor whoop
inc cough with great beneht, and he concluded to try
on. for each foot, cut to th. shape of the foot. The .
relief was immediate, and he ha. never been troubled
with cold feet since. . a
Their application, tuw purBios. wire it,., "
!. nilM. an.1 nun nf lh. ettt. Sll,
liu.1 hu . , , T
juat above the hip joint, ia infallibly by cured
Ailcock's Poroua Plasters.
They are now widely used la hospitals, both ia Amer
ica and Europe, and approved by ail physioiana They
give immediate relief m lumbago, aa well as in paina
of the side and back, whether they proceed.lrum weaa-
s, laugue, ot uuiw wuk.
Rhfinmatism of tne Wrists Cured.
Worn fwaratraiaing and other eause. I lost to use of
myVrr?." llP an Allcock'. Pi-ter around ch
wristVand ia a few hour, they war. cured. 1 think
" , "nan aanwoially mechanica, should never b.
Iitnouf toem. PJOnLN H LAiNU. Carpanter.
aar Albini Avenue, Sing Sing, Dec n, 1809.
Mra. Richards, a wall tnowa person ot Sing Sing, waa
eared of rheumatism of the wrists by these Plaatera ia
a t.w weeka .
rhiw,ii WarffhMtia fVinnt.a Vnv ft WU
I Messrs. THOMAS A1XOOCK A LAX :
t.KNTLEKfc-.", sw sure, years agx, i waa pToarraiea
by a terribla paia m my hip. My doctors said it wa.
. nut waatever it waa it wuuwu rnw 10 my
and I house for two yean, and nothing appeared lo relievo
. I. I ... . . . ol . 1
ma l unairy put on one ot yowr rwu uwra. anu
aoortly felt better. 1 kept using toem for sax months,
and have entirely recovered : and though much exposed
hav. had no return of tne ilise.- Yours, truly,
If von need a Plattei be sure and procure one of AU
ooek's Porous and you will get your money's worth, and
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
AGENCY, BRANDBETH'S BUILDING.
i AND SOLD BY ALL DKLG GISTS.