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The Life Sustaining Organs.
The two orjfms which minister most directly to the
support of Ihs ho1 jr. ere tbe stomach end Imt. In the
former tbe first process of digestion takes place. nnder
tbe action of tnat powerful solvent, the gastric juice.
Tbenee tiie food, converted into a palp, pent into the
dulenum. where it is subjected to the action oi the
Inie or gall, flowing from the liver, and of tbe fluid
-oenti o the pancreas, orsweet bread of the srstem.
hese suoreuons snpar&te tbe nutrition nortion
tne r tt, ana it is tnee taken op by tbe absorbent ves-
se s ami conveyed into the channels of eiranlaumi in
the ton.1 of venons blood, while the waste mat er is
discharged through tbe bowels. Unless all these pro
cesses are duly performed, disease of some sort is
inevitable, and the best of ail medicinal agents for pre
amng or restoring the U-ne and regulating the action
of toe three organs (the stomach, liver and intestines)
by which the three-fold work is carried on. is Uometter's
Stomach Bitters. Indigestion generally sccom
. panied by cnstipation. and the gentle cathartic operation
of the Hitters is no less important in cases of 'his
kind, than its tonic effect upon tbe stomacti and the
bikary gland. Heanty of person as well as health,
depends in no small degree upon the regularity of tbe
excretive functions. A sallow complexion, a thick
opaque coarse sfctn, a tainted breath, rush of blood to
the bead, loss of memory, headache, and extreme
mental depression, are the usual accompanimeuts
' cnsttveness. A course of the Bitters will infallibly
. relieve and finally banith these obnoxious symptoms,
while invigorating tbe stomach and promoting healthy
action in the liver. This genial vegetable stomachic
and alterative strikes at disease in its primary sources,
the assimilatine. secretive and expulsive organs, and
the cures it effects are consequently thorough and
complete. - -
KTM7T.TA SOULEBUS CTJBAHTUR.
- ' iitMiruiurrs'
Bave proved, rrom the most ample experience, an entire
success. Simple Prompt Kmcient and Reliable.
They are the only Medicines perfectly adapted to popu
lar use so simple thnt mistakes csnnot be mado ia
' nsing tbem ; so harmless as to be free from danger, and
so efficient as to lie always reliable. Tbey have raised
tbe highest commendation from all, and will always
1, Cores Fevers, Congestion. InflammatioM
Wa-in. Wnam fever. Worm Colic V
Crs iim-Celic. or Teetiing of Infants 3b
Diarrhoea of Children or Adults
Ivsentrr. Griping, Bilious OoliO
(bolrra-Morbns, liting...-... ..
Cough, Colds, Bronchitis
Neuralgia-, Toothache, Facesche
Ilradarbrs, Sick Headache, Vertigo..
ljTMpsiiu Bilious Stomach
S u p rwsel or Painful Periods. ........ .
Whiles, too profuse Periods...-..-..
frown. Cough, Difficult Breathing
Nn.lt Itbrin. Erysipelas, F-rnptjona. -Z
Ubnima.ttMin. Rheumatic Pains -E
All the a. are pet np t VULS, n-ilk directum, com
taimitg actable quantities nirh, trr . ... a
TleS"""- ore also put up in rW and are tent at Ou
tame prim tprcn oriom.
tr,rr mmA Acne. C!hill Fever. Arnee ...ft
ril. Blind or Bleeditu; -
Oplhalmv, and Sore or Weak Ryes.
Catarrh. Acute or Chronic, Influenza It
WheopiiiK Ceaith, Violent Couh 51
AHthma, Oppressed Breathing
I Car DiKcharcc. Impaired Hearing f
Srrefula. Enlargod Clands, f-meUing-..M
tJeneral Debility, Phvsicansakness...
Drsmr. and Scanty Secretions M
Sa-Sir k new, S ickness from Riding. . . .
Kidecy-DbieaMC, Uravel a
Nerroen UebililT. Keniiiutl Kmla-
nlonK. Involnntarr Discharges ...1 U
S; JSore Alentn, Canker.
10. " I'rinarv Weak new, Wetting Bed fit
SU " Painfel Pcrioda. with Spasms.. JL
SSk " SiilTfriKKS at change of life ...lot
S3, " Kiiilentiy, Spsatua, St Vitas' Dance 1 OC
84, " liptiirrla. Ulcerated Sore Throat .
Of : - to 60 large Tialn, mororrs or roaew
w-mh1 cttNe. twntainina a KTilir r
fwv erdinary dioraMe a family in
subject le, andbooka of airectiwaa.-..-.
Smaller Family and Tra vcliog caws, with 90
to 28 vials. .- From 55 to SB
Specitics for sll Private ni-wosra, both for
( Nrintr and fir Preventive treatment, in
vials and pocket cases from S to a
Cure T?ures, Brnisra, lamrnrM, Somtnsi,
Nnre Throat. Nprainw, Toothache, tarnrhe,
Nniraluia, Kbennaiiim, I.Mmiiago. I'll en,
ltoiiK. tins. fore Kve. Illeeliin ol the
I.nncM. Nimis StoMiactt. or of 1'iieo, Coraa,
I lerrs. Old .'Norea.
Prire, 6 sz 50 renta: Pints, 8 1.00? Quarts.
rw These Remedies, exoept POVD'S EXTRACT.
by tbe case or single box. are sent to any part of the
country, by mail or express, free of charge, on receipt
of the prioe.
ALL LZTTEBS ITUST Ba ADDRESSED
Ilomosopainie Medicine Company
Offioe and Depot, No. S62 Bboadway, New Vork.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. ;
Wholksalk Agests. Burnhsma Van Schaack,
Hnrlburt A Kdsall. Chicsgo, Ills. ; Jenks A Gordon,
St. Psul, Minn. : iirown, W ebber A Graham, St. Lonia
sfo. ; I arrand. Sheley Co.. Detroit, Mich.
' JOB FdOSES'
Sir James Clarke's Female Fills.
These m valuable Pills are unfailing in the cure of all
those painful and dangerons diseases to which tho
female constitution is subject. They moderate all ex
cesses aad Mmevesll otaurctioas, from whatever cann.
, ,T0 MARRIED LADIES
Thev are particularly suited. Thev will in a short tone
bring 00 the monthly period with regularity: and
although very powerful, contain notliing hurtful to the
constat anon. In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affeo
tions. Pains in the Hack and Limbs, r aticue 00 slight
exertion. Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterics and
M bites, they will effect a cure when all other means
have failed. The pamphlet around each package has
full directions and advice, ur will be sent tree to all
writing for it, sealed from observation.
Ji Mrmitf Sir Jamen Clarlce'i Female rills are exUmeJrelf I
'OTTNTE RFKXTEDt The genuine kase the name of-JOb I
A-r.v.s" os u- package, AU aOten are worthlem. .
1.. a. In ali cases where the Genotkb can net be
obtained. One Uoiiar, with fifteen cents for postage,
enclosed to the sole proprietor, JOB WOSKS, 18 Uort
landt street. New York, will insure a bottle of the oxaa
tne, containing Hfly Pills, by return mail, eeeurcly noted
from any knowledge of its contents.
OF THE AGE.
DR. KENNEDY'S RHEUMATIC
AND NEURALGIA DISSOLVENT
Reader, you may consider this a sort of spread eagle
beading, but I mean every word of it. 1 have beta
tnere. When your srstem is racked witii
pain, and yon cannot even turn yourself in bed, or sitting
n s chair, yon mnst sit and sutler, in the morning wish
ing it was night, and at night wishing it was morning
n oen yon have
. . NECKAIXSIA, '
when every nerve ia your being is like the sting of a
wasp, circulating the most venomous and hot poison
around your heart, and driving you to the very verge of
noon you nave ice
-' (that have nst got through with.) that most awful
most faeart-withenng, most strength -destroying, most
spirit-breaking and mind-weakening of all diseases that
can atfuot our poor human nature. Wken yon have tht
ying and writhing in agony and pain, unable to tnra
Yourself in bed, and every movement will go to your
oeart like a knife; now tell me, if relief andc are of any
of these diseases in a few days is not the Greatest
aieatcat cieasing at toe Age, teu as wnat M 1
' UIRKOTIOlvSTOrTSK. Too will take a tablespooa
f ul and three spoonfuls of water three times a day, and
in a few days every particle of rheumatic and neuralgia
pain will be dissolved and pass off by the kidneys.
. .Manufactured by IXJ.NAI.D KKNNK.DV,
. Kexbary, Alaaw.
WBOIJCSAIK AaCVrfL Fnllnr. Viairh A- KnlW I s-A
A Smith, K. P. Ilwyer A Co., Kurnhams A Van Schaack,
tloribnrt A Kdsali, 1 ounan A King, Chicago: Green A
Button, Kice A Rising, liosworto A hon, Dohmea A
Schmidt, Mihraukee; AlcOulloch AMcOord, L Hosse-
"ujw iwi, v 11 1 1 im nnm., 1. r . v.euL
Meyers Bros., 8L Louis; Moore A Tarbet, Zuckermac A
At retail bv all druggists Price f 1-50
Time Tests thelYJerits of all Thirds
IOTA ' I
FOR, THIRTY YEARS!
Peny Davis' Pain Killer j
Has been tested in every variety ot climate, and by
almost every nation known to Americana, it is tbe
almost constant companion and inestimable friend of
the missionary and the traveler, on sea and land, and
bo ene should tzavel on our l.AKKS OU KlViiii&
nuuuu i ii.
Pais Killer was ths First and ia the
- Only Permanent Pain Reliever.
Since the PAIN KILLER was first introduced, and
met with snoh nnsnrpassed sale, many 1.1MMKNTH,
Keljkfs, PaNACFAH, and other Kemediks bave been
oflered to the public, bat none of them has attained the
trmy KKViAjiu aTAKDix ol the rAiA K.1UL.KK.
WH7 IS THIS so?
It r became P AVIS' PAIN KILLER ia what it i
claims to be. a believer of Pain. -
ITS MERITS ARE UNSURPASSED. as
If von are nffrin tmm IlfTKRNAT. P1IK I 11.
If you are suffering from INTKRNAL PAIN, tteentn
tjl f 1. .-.. r im j. hMli m.,J 1J . .n.. na,.nl
you. There is nothing equal to it. In a lew momeuts I
it cures Colic. Cramps. Spurns. Heart burn, Diarrhea, I
Mux, W ind in the Bowels, hour Sumach!
Dyspepsia, tick Headache.
in sections of the country where FRVKR AND
AGCK prevails there is no remedy held in greater
esteem. Persons traveling should keep it by them. A
few drop, of water will prevent sioknens or bowel
troubles from change of water.
in foreign oountnaa the ftUls for PAIN KILLER are
gTeat. It is found to
. Cure Cholera when 'all ether
WHEN USED EXTERNALLY AS A LIJTIMRNT
BOtarag grves quicker ease in Burns, Cuts, Bruisea,
' Sprains, Stings of insects. Scalds. It removes the tire,
and the wound heals like ordinary sores. Those suffer-
n U U V1TU A TIU J l 1 1 T I' VfTID 1 li:i A
it not a positive cure, they find tile PAIN klLLK
gives them relief when no other remedy will. It
Gives Instant Keiief from Aching Teeth
From 1870 to this day, 1970, (thirty yean.) PERRY
DAM' PAIN KILLKR has had no Rival 1
eeru B-mmrkecper ek-tnid keep it at mand, to apply it OB
the first attack of any Pain, it will give great aaUsfae
tory relief, and aavo hours of suffering.
remedies Be sure you call for, and get the genuine I
PAIN KILLKR. aa mas worth) nnatmn,. ... I
io dm inne wicn yourselves Dv testing antned
attempted o be sold on the great reputation of this
vainablo medicines. fW Directions accompany each
Price cts.. Sicts., and $ 1 per Bottle.
J. N. HARRIS A XJ., Cincinnati. Ohio, Proprietors
tor me ivmcnern ana western ntstes,
fW For bale by all Medicine Dealers.
hold at Mhwaokee by 11. BOSWOBTH t 80NB,
r5RF.fc.VK A BCTTOS. Kick A Runfce, D&aek Bout.,
DHoatEM, &CHMLDX A Co., and all Milwaukee Drug
PRUSSING S VINEGAR.
- Warranted para, palatable, and to piusuiia picklea,
First Premium awarded at tbe U. 8. lair, the Illinois
8 tale f air, and Chicago City Fair. Largest Works in
the United Mates. Kslai.lished IMS. OH AS. G. KJ
FftUShlNti. 3at aad S41 btata street, Chicago.
Itch! Itch I i Itch!!!
I'AtAVTCII SCATCII!! SCHATCn":
1b from la to w? hours
Cores Th Itch.
Cures Salt Itheam.
Cures Harbfrs' Itch.
Cures uld .Noree.
Curat every kind of mwmor Ukf
Pries, 99a a box ; by mail, 60o
Address WEEKS A POTTER, 170 Washington St..
8 gt sale bv all Druggists, Boston, Ma,
C A jl
1 Salt Bkeu I
Social Science-The Fruit Season
Social Science-The Fruit Season The Fruit Region-Changes In
Social Science-The Fruit Season The Fruit Region-Changes In Egypt-Munificent Land Grant-Increase
Social Science-The Fruit Season The Fruit Region-Changes In Egypt-Munificent Land Grant-Increase of Population-Twenty-six
Thousand Homes—Unsold Lands—
Three Men Killed by Lightning.
Chicago, Juno 11, 1870. After a long sea
son 01 tlroutu, we, lout week riaav. bad
cooions eliowcr, and, eince then, bare bad
several f-mall drizzles, and some quite cool
days. It baa been a cood time lor grain
grass, and weeds to pet a strong root. The
season id much earlier lhau last year. Have
had puae and beets for a week on my table,
grown, in uty garden, in the open air.
Is now in tbe dull season, and for two months
to coma trade will be qniet,
Are very bnsv preparing for the fall trade.
There is' a vervWee capital invested in nun
nfactnres here, and the yearly product
amounts to many millions.
The anneal meeting of the Western Social
Science Association was held in Farwell Hall
on Wednesday and Thurdy of this week,
Its object is "to promote the pnHie welfare
by a determination of the principles 01 social
science, and bv their practical application to
existing social evils of any and every sort."
A nrettv larce field or inanirv ana effort.
Most oi the time of the meetings were occn-
I pied in the reading of papers on various sub-
liects. Prof. Goldwin Smith made an able
and interesting address tbe last evening on
tbe present political crisis in England in its
DeariugB on political science.
THE FRUIT SEASON.
The Chicago market for small fruits has the
range of the' whole temperate zone, and the
season lasts from March to September. The
Illinois Central It. R. Co. runs special trains
during the lruit season in Southern Illinois
for berries, tomatoes, peaches, apples, grapes
and sweet potatot 8. giving ample time at the
statious for car fnl loading, till the limit of
tbe fruit region is reached, when tbe throttle
is loosed and the train run swiftly into Chi
cago. The first shipments or strawberries
are from the extreme South and from Califor
nia. Next they come from the middle Houth
and rrom lower Egypt, ana as 1110 season ad
vances the ripening belt moves Northward
till we now begin to receive strawberries fronl
THE FRUIT REGION.
or Illinois chieny in tgypt tuongn not as
irolifl 1 aa in some seasons, Jias produced a
arire crop in the affRrcRate. The Illinois
Central Itoad broucht from Sou! hern Illinois.
in the fifteen days f .11 .wing May 23d, 4HU,1(H
ponuds of strawberries, amounting to 30,533
busbela, for consumption here, and distribu
tion to all parts or tbe country.
CHANGES IN EGYPT.
There has been a great change effected in
Egypt within a few years. Tne construction
of the Illinois Central Cairload has opened a
road 454 miles long, through the heart of the
state, and m de a market for tbe products oi
the farm, orchard and garden at every man's
door. This great tborougnrare, together with
tbe mildness and silubnty of the climate.
the fertility of tbo soil aad ita peculiar adap
tation to fruit raieing, and the cheap aud
eaev terms on which land could be bought.
bave attracted a large class of intelligent and
enterprising settlers from all parts of the
Northwest, aa wel. as many from the East;
so that tne 01a name or i.gypt, bestowed on
it years ago, has little signification in respect
to the inhabitants, aud applies chiefly to the
climate and soiL No more intelligent, enter
prising and prosperous communities can now
do iouna anvwuere man m oouineru Illinois.
THE MUNIFICENT LAND GRANT
Of 2,500,000 acres to the Illinois Central Rail
way company has been wisely managed.
in harmony with the interests of
the railroad company and the people. The
policy of the company has been to promote
the speedy settlement of the pottion of tbe
state through which their road runs, and iu
which their lands are situated. There have
been no "rings" in the Board of Directors
as is so often the case in land grant roads to
buy up the lands for speculative purposes,
but they bave been sold at a low price, for
one-fourth cash and the balance in one, two
and three years, at six per cent, interest, and
the company has never troubled a delinquent
purchaser who was making improvements
and doing his best to pay his indebtedness.
Their policy has been to encourage actual oc
cupancy and cultivation of the eoil, and the
result has been an
INCREASE OF POPULATION,
in the forty-nine counties on the line of this
road, eince 1850, of a million souls nearly
foHr-fold--while tbe increase of wealth has
been tsx greater. Over two millions of acres
of the land grant have been sold, making
TWENTY-SIX THOUSAND HOMES
for as many comfortable, independent and
harmr families, in the most favored roinVin nn
tne giooe, most 01 wuicu, Dut lor tho con
struction 01 tnis road, would still be a wilder
ness without inhabitant. It is the onlv in
stance, within my knowledge, of a land grant
road whose lands have been so disposed of as
to be a positive, enduring blessing to the
railroad company, tbe people, the state and
Borne 450,000 acres of these lauds are still
unsold, chiefly in the southern, or fruit re
gion, of the state, and contiguous to the rail
road, and can be bought in tracts of 40 and 80
acres, or more, as purchasers may desire, at
from $7 to f 12 per acre, on three-fourths
credit, at mx per cent, interest. There are
thousands of people in the Northwest some
ot thorn on rarms.wnere lv tne hardest work
thfv rjin HA.rodv mskA a rieivnt livfnor lm
J rt iiw,
by purchasing these fertile lands, iu a mild
and healthy climate, would insure both health
and life and achieve independence bleesings
which they can never realize in their present
locations. Auam ieit r-aen oniy on compul
sion, and returned not because a flaming
sword guarded the entrance. The settlers
on these lands are free to leave, if they
choose, but I never heard of tbtir wishing to
return to their former bleak and less fertile I
locations. Those wishing full information in I
regard to these lands should address John
Is. Calhoun, JLand (Jommissioner.Chicago.IU
THREE MEN WERE KILLED
by lightning in a thunder storm in ihia city
i i . .
last weea r nuay. b.
Scenes in an Express Office.
half-clad boy about seven or eight years of
ana Ai1,lr.Kl"no tiim tinllv ViAuni.l
lHsenterr. "S8- AaI"Hing Dim KlUUiy, ne Saia.
borne ludicrous scenes otten occur in an
express office, of which the following is a
sample: Enters, a tall, gaunt red headed
individual, with a cadaverous and elongated
visag6 ana most woe-begone expression.
lC. A .....
"JI "WW JDW AUU W
Clerk "The express does, sir,
Stranger "Well, what dew yew charge
tw send a purty gtwd sized box down? 1
want tew git it threw pnrty quick.
I Mavl. .l A.n 1 . T T I :l
vjdi. a wuiu isfcvc 11 a naw uie 1
tuT T&That Hsvj.a if Ainlom 9' I
w.. . ui uw.ii wuui.u
Stranger "Somethin I was afeard
... :i. t i.. t . i i ; . I ,
Di.iio, mi a tuuui4uk a wumuu t retjK it i
uy ireigni train,aitnougn tain t worth much
IllAvlr mtnatinnllvl .fWoll nrknl J I
iimi.w.u.j. i iicu, wuas WMn i
the box contain f I
o.. ... r e I
stranger "aiy wue 1 a
. a . I
oomenmes moments 01 a toncning char-
act?r will transpire iu the precincts of the
nnsentimeatal express onice. For instance,
an expressman npon reaching his office
early one cold morning rn January, ob-
m -s ,1 . . - .
servea on tne siaewais: a long, neavy box,
which his practiced eye at once identified
containing a corpse. Upon one end of
.. 1 i ; .;ii iv...cj . ..... I
the box, shivering with the cold, sat a little
"My lad, don't ivit there, yon will freeze:
come in and sit by tne stove.'
Bursting into tears, the little fellow re
plied, "No, I can't come in, my mother is
this box and 1 promised her I would
never leave her until we cot home.
Deeply affected with the touching devo
tion oi mis brave ntue fellow, he finally
sncceedod in convincing him of the
entire safety of his precious charue. and
taking him over to a neighboring
restaurant, gave nun a warm break last,
and learned the particulars of his sad
story. His father died about a year pre
viously, in a remote village in Minnesota,
leaving bis mother in poor health and
nearly destitute. She died but a few duys
oeiore me boy s saa journey, cuarging Le
little hero with the duty of Conveying her
. , r - i , . ? .
remains to her friends in a distant state.
furnishing him with (all she had) a
of money barely sumcient to carry
them both by freight cars to their destina
tion. The little fellow had actually ridden
night and day in a freight car with his mel
ancholy trust, never for a moment losinc
signs 01 it.
While the steamer Phil Sheridan was
Ivincat Montrose, Iowa, Friday night.
some thieves went through several state
rooms, and robbed the passengers of
The Monstrous Degradation of Labor
which Drives Poor Chinamen to
which Drives Poor Chinamen to America-Why their Corpses are
which Drives Poor Chinamen to America-Why their Corpses are Sent Hack to China-Chinese Girls
Sold Into Slavery.
From Canton Correspondence of the Tribune.
The sacrifices and risks undertaken by
the Chinese emigrants and their relatives
are truly heroic Before the passage of the
law forbidding American vesseis to engage
in the coolie trade, h.e emigrant was bound
to work a certain length of time after his
arrival in the United States at a stipulated
sum per month, out of which the emigrant's
passage money was repaid. American em
ployers and capitalists being now foibidden
to advance money for the passage, as that
would be directly engaging in the coolie
trade, emigrants apply to the wealthy
among their own countrymen, and give
their security here. In this is the worst
feature of thu whole business. The coolie
(all laborers are called coolies) goes to the
rulers or elders of bis town or village, and
with the consent of those interested gives
security on the ersons of his family for
such a sum as will secure his passage to
the United States. The elders go to the
Mandarin and give him their united bond
for the amount. The Mandarin in turn
gives bis note to the ticket-brokers, who
furnish the coolie with his ticket.
The bond, by which all the persons are
bound, given to secure the coolie's note
held by the brokers, stipulates that in case
the coolie fail to pay the sum charged for
his ticket, including the lees of brokers,
Mandarin, and elders, within the specified
time, then the endorsers will pay the same
without question. The sum charged to the
ccolie for the ticket, which costs the bro
kers but $40, is often as high as $300 or
$400. In five instances out of ten he will
fail to meet his obbgation. If he fails to
pay the brokers here demand payment of
the Mandarin at once. 1 he Mandarin pays
the note, charging a heavy fee for bo doing
The elders pay the Mandarin, charge
another fee, and demand the amount from
the coolie s family. They being unable 1o
pay are soul off, one after another, begin
ning with the youngest girl, nntil enough
is realized to cancel the debt.
In this way whole families are often re
duced to slavery to pay for a $40 ticket.
Two families wero sold here in Canton last
week to satisfy such a debt One of the
notes was $350. Two unmarried girls.
each 13 years old, were purchased by an
Italian pronigate at Si5 apuce. One boy
was sold for $30. Six persons in all were
sold before the requisite amonnt was raised.
Girls, however, often bring higher prices,
and sometimes the sale of a handsome
daughter will be sufficient It is not nn
frequent for different members of a family
to nrge that they may be sold instead of
some loved one that is offered. The heads
of families sell themselves into servitude to
save their families.
Chinese, beside, the sacred family ties
common to all mankind, have a strong re
ligious desire that their children should be
free, to pay devotion to their memories
after they are dead. When they sell a
child, they believe that it is sold body and
soul, ana mat it can never again be a rela
tive of theirs, either in this world or the
next; and unless they leave children to
pay them certain kinds of devotion oiler
death, their souls "will wander forever,
naked, cold and hungry, through an eter
nal waste of darkness and terror." It has
sometimes happened that alter the sale of a
family, the coolie returning finds a portion
of the claim still ansa tiKfied, and he himself
is sold for it.
The precautions which Ihe Chinese take
against being buncd on foreign soil or in
the sea are not be&vise of any religions
fears with regard to the peace of their
souls, as is commonly supposed. If they
were able to secure passage for their entire
families, and to own land in the United
States, they would be as contented with
the proppect of burial there as in their na
tive villages. If .the laws of the United
States permitted tho contract system, this
outrageous brokerage business could
be abolished, and for the money it
now costs to carry one person, a whole
family could secure tickets. Another re
sult would be in the emigration of thou
sands instead of hundreds. The desire to
reach the United States is so great that
even with the present bad system, vessels
enough cannot be chartered to take those
in waiting. Two thousand left the port of
cong h.ong last week, and as many more
were left behind for other vessels. Twelve
thousand emigrants went from that port to
America last year, and from present indi
cations the number from China will be
doubled this year
BY JOSH BILLINGS.
If yu Lev got a spirited and noble bov.
appeal tew bis generosity: if yu hav got a
neavy end sullen one, appeal tew his back.
A. grate menny ov our people go abroad
tew improve their minds who hadn't enny
minus wnen tney war ai nome; Knowledge,
like charity, thud begin at home, then
Afnickshnns are the compliments that
Heaven pays tew the virtewous.
Nobody but a phool will spend biz time I
trie.ng tew convince a phooL I
lime iz like money, tho less wo hav ov I
it tew spare the further we make it eo.
The tongue iz really a very fast member
ov the body politick; he duzall the talking
ana iwo-tniras ov uio unnking.
Thar iz menny a person who kan set a
mousetrap tew peri'eckshun, but, not satia-
hed with 8icn small game, undertake tew
trap for bears, and git ketched bv the bears.
Moral studdy yure genius, and stick tew
Lict him go, mi son," Red an ancient
lamer to mz uoy, wno naa caneftt a vnns
raouit, -auu wnen ne gits bigger ketch
him agin. The boy did az he wnz told.
aim naz ueen looxin ior mat rabbit ever
, 1 1 , , r- ... ....
nr, , -1
iue worm owes ail lis enertrvs and re-
finement tew luxurys digging roots for
breakfast and going naked for clothes, iz
the virtewous innocence of a lazy savaoe.
'1 hare iz lots ov folks who eat welL and
drink well, and sleep well, and yet are sick
all the time theze are the folks who alwuz
enjoy poor health.
A person with little smattering ov learn
ing, iz a good deal like a hen's egg thatbaz
Deen sot on ior a snort time, and then de
serted by the ben it is spilte for hatch in t?
"People ov good sense" are those whose
opinyuns agree with ours.
There iz a grate deal of maemificent pov-
erty in our big citys people -who eat klam
soup out ov a tin basin with
a noli SDoon.
The place whar Dovertv. virtpw aurl ln
meet and worship together, iz the most
sakred spot in this universe.
Experience don't make a man so bold az
J jl el I
uiu bo careiax.
TVU - .
rnuH never lanreur trap r nnver tio a
Dlavsreil or frolik: it iz stiff fmm mr,rr.i
i - , . - . " . "... n
niCOL ironi ton T.n linttnm litn o. cloH
Theft) ftin't lltlt Vfirv lit 1 la mnAWin. rrnA I
; . . l - ,. . . ' . I
MtfllBt) ill I world Ann 17 imw diii what
littla thare iz ain't in m,-w ,'; 1,-1.1
- . r - .a uu.u ,ui
Those who liavo mado np thare minds
ieaa a nje or enjoyment will find the
following recipee aerate hehj tew them ;
"To one ovinco ov pleasure add a pound ov
Advevsity iz a pou'tess which reduces I
vanity and strengthens our virtew I
even a bov never fuels alf
J ,D " tixirt linn
so good az I
when he baz been spanked aud sot away to
i'edanfrv iz the science ov investing
what little vn know in one kind ov ner-
-. ... ...
mmery, ana insisting npon sticking that
nnder evry man knoze whom vu meet.
iiieing is tike tneing tew hide in a fosr. if
move aoont yure m danger nv bumping
iieu again ine iruin, ana az soon az
fog blows oph yn are gone ennybow.
Marrying an angel iz the poetry of mar
riage, but living with her iz the prose, and
iz all well ennff if the taste ov the
poetry hain't spilte our relish for the proze.
The man who lives on hope must pick
bones ov disappointment
The devil iz sed to be the father ov lies.
this ia so, he baz got a largn family.and
grate menny promising children amnng
Life iz like a mug ov beer, froth at the
oil in the middle, and settlings at the
We should liv in this life ez tho we war
walking on glaze ice, liable to fall at enny
moment: and tew be laffed at bi the by
Men. if they aui't too lazv. liv snm times
they are 80, and debtrov the time a
deal az folows: the first 30 years
spend throwing stuns at a mark: the
second 30 they b'pend examining the mark
see whare the stuns hit and the re
mainder iz divined in cussinir the stnn-
throwing bizzin ess and nnssin the ruma-1
This Betting down and folding our arms
and waiting ior something to torn Tip, iz
just about az rich a speculation az going
out into a 400 acre lot, setting down on a
sharpsstone, with a pail between our knees,
and waiting for a cow to back np and be
Fluctuation of Fortune.
The "fierce extremes'" of Wall street may
be best illustrated by the experience of
W . lie came into the market in
18G2 with $C00, bought gold at 110 and
sold it at 135; bought again three times as
much, 6old it for 1G0; went into Erie at 39,
sold it for 80; bought Pacific Mail at 120,
sold it for 165. In March, 18C3, he had
$49,000 at bis bankers. But this was only
the beginning. Something was going on
in Harlem, so he bought 2,000 Harlem.
Morse was at work at Pittsburg, so he
bought 2,000 Pittsburg. Erie was feverish
ly moving toward 9u; he bought 1,000 Erie.
Meanwhile Hooker was moving on Chan
cellorsville, and there was silence in the
stock market for the space of a day. Now
the news came of a retrograde movement,
in plain English a repulse. The army
was this side the Rappahannock, the
signal was given and the cohort of
bulls moved on their enemy's works.
Erie sold np to 110, Pittabu g 11)5, and
Harlem in its proportion. He pocketed
90, 000 more by this venture, and in
March, 1SC4, be stood $250,000 ahead of
the market Then fyr a short Bpace he
had a charming life. A pair of spanking
bays, tandem, whirled him to the park in a
tall Belmont with a flunkey in livery on
the back seat with a bug in his hat Over
his morning repast floated the aromatic
steam of Mocha, and the flavors of exotic
fruits. He lunched off partridge, stuffed
with truffles, washed down by a bottle of
Chatcan dTqem, or the liquid pellucid
gold of the vintage of Xeres, and his d n
ner was nine courses of fish, flesh and fowl
at Delmonico's, flanked by the most tooth
some of eniremeis, and wines that would
make a Mussulman forswear his creed.
But soon W suflared a change "a
sea change into something (not) rich but
strange." He had a friend who gave him a
few "points" on Galena, then selling for
142. There was a pool in it which was go
ing to put it np to 175; it was actually worth
200; there was an extra dividend of 40 per
cent, to be declared; William B. Ogden
was in the movement these were the
points. He bought C.000 shares. Then
he bought 5,000 Pittsburgh at 133, and
2,000 Fort Wayne at 144. In ten days he
lost $270,000. This was in the great panic
of April, 18G4.
We met W six weeks ago. ne in
formed ns that he had just breakfasted on
a modest plate of hash and a cup of some
thing called coffdv, but m which the
strongest imagination could not detect a
drop of the mlusion of the Arabian berry.
His coat was foxy, his hat had a suspicious
shine, and he was generally run down at
the beet Such is the present condition of
this individual, but the future may have
great things in store for them. Let us
Gold and its Goings.
The estimated amount of gold in exist
ence at the commencement of the Chris
tian era was $427,000,000. At the discov
ery of America, in 1192, this amount bad
been diminished to $57,000,000. In 1600
the amount had risen to $105,000,000; in
1700 to $351,000,000; in 1800 to $1,251,-
000,000. The Russian mines, extending
over one-third of the surface of the globe;
oh parallel fifty degrees north latitude, were
discovered in lal'J.
In 1843, the estimated amount of gold
in existence was $2,000,000.0!0.
Next followed the discoveries in Califor
nia, t ebruary y, Ibis, and in Australia,
February 12, 1851- which added enormous
ly to the gold production. In 1853 the
amount in existence was computed at $3,-
000,000,000; and in I860 it was $4,000,000,
From the commencement of the Chris
tian era to the discovery of America, it was
estimated that gold had been taken from
the surface and mined to the amount of
$3,800, 000, Q'M. From that date to the clot
of 1842, $2,800,000,000; to I860, Eussia
adds $746,000,000 and California and Aus
tralia, $2,000,000,000 more. The amount
of gold at present in existence is estimated
at $5,950,000,000. The quantity of gold
and silver, of all denominations, in all
quarters of the globo, is set down by the best
authorities at from three to four hundred
millions pounds sterling; and the quantity
of plate and ornaments at about 100.000.-
In tbe reign of Darius gold was thirteen
times more valuable, weight for weight, than
silver. In the time of Plato it was twelve
times as valuable. In the time of Julius
Cajsar gold was only nine times more valu
able, owing, perhaps- to the enormous
quantity of gold seized by hi in in his wars.
It is a natural question to ask, what became
of the gold and silver ? A paper read bo-
fore the Polytechnic Association by Dr.
Stephens, recently, is calculated to meet
this inquiry: He says, of our annual gold
product, full fifteen icr cent is melted
down for manufacture; thirty-five
per cent goeii to Europe; twenty five
per cent to Cuba; fit teen per cent to Bra-
zil ; five per cent direct t i Japan. China,
and the Indies; leaving but five per cent
for circulation in this conntrv. Of that
which goes to Cuba, tho West Indies, Bra
zil, fully fifty per cent, finds its way to Eu
rope, whero, after deducting a large per
centage used in manufacturing, four-fifths
of the remainder is exported to India. Here
the transit of the precious metal is at an
end. Here the supply, however vast is
absorbed, and never returns to the civilized
world. Christian Union.
The Effect of one Inconsiderate Action.
One of our exchanges is responsible for
the following highly amusing statement".
uray hairs in Wilmington must be e$
ceedingly troublesome at this time:
"Liown in Wilmington, some tamo ago.
an oid man who was very feeble was help
ed across a crowded street by a youth of
twenty. A month afterward the old man
died, and aa an expression of his gratitude
he left the youth forty thousand dollars.
And now no old man's life is safe in Wil
mington. All the young fellows bave had
their ambition exeited, and as soon as any
venerable man appears on the sidewalk a
dozen chaps rush at binx, grab him by the
trowpers and the coli&r and the back
hair, and try to carry hiioa across the street,
whether he wants to go -ar not When he
gets there a lot more fasten on him and
set him back again, and then present their
cards. So the old men are having a lovely
tune now, and they have got to tack np
the street vrheueter they go out for a walk.
Thus far very little cash Las been evolved;
but all the young men study the obitnarv
advertisements carefully, and when they
see the words at the aae of seventv-siv or
sixty-six, or anywhere in that neiffhlxir
hood, they hurry down to the office of the
Uegister of Wills and p xre over the last
testament of the deceased. All this coes
to shove bow much distress one inconsid-
AHtd askt., H nan
Laura Keene, at the Columbus Opera
House the other night, rebuked the people
who go out of theatre before the perform
ance is completed. Some of tbem made a
rush, when Miss Keene stepped to the
lront and said, in a commanding voice,
"Sit down a moment!" aad they eat. For
moment the house looked astonished.
tten ft roar ' applause shook the building.
inrning 10 me company oj tho stage, the
laay, wun a graceiui wave of the nana,
said: "Lord Dundrearv. our deoartinc
friends have conclndnd to wait lor vour
last words. Proceed 1"
A CoRREcnoH. -A. card is published bv C.
Aultman, Eoq., for many yeara the head' and
responsible manager cf the well-known
bnuAe of C. Aultman & Co., manufacturers
of the "SweepRtukcs, tho nittt popular of
the old style of thrertbitig machine, and also
President of the Aultman A. Taylor Manu
facturing Company. MaiiKfield. Ohio, manu
facturers of tliu Improved "Aultman A Tay
lor" Threnher. in which he utatcs that his re
lations with and opinions of those two widely
tuuerent macnines a.'o correctly stated in
the descriptive circnlnrs nf Ihe Aultman it
Taylor Thresher, and not in the 'Sweep
stakes'1 circular. He also states that what
ever improving, inven ting and manufactur
ing ability he may have is devoted, in the
thresher line, to ihe "Aultman Taylor"
Threnher. It seems that this announcement
id caused by unauthorized and mialeariiiig
representations, in the advertisement o. tbe
Sweepstakes, ty indiscreet persons, who do
the advertising of that machine unco Mr.
Taylor retired from the General Acency.
T ' , t 1 j
From the Chicago Republican of Jane 8th, 1870,
Tbe eales retarns at the office of Internal
Revenue for the fiscal Tear tndinir Mav 1st.
of the great Dry OooiU Iloaaea:
FlFLI), Leitkr h Co... Ill.738.7f4
i. V. Fabwell & Co 8.494.679
arA imlisnntalilA vilAiwta rf t.n .. ;
portance of Chicaeo a distribntim? ooint
for the entire West.
Kepobtlx Discovery oi- a Subtebbanxan
Outlet to Great Salt Lake, A dispatch
from Corinne, Utah, says a subterranean
outlet to Great Salt Lake has been found
opposite Corinne, and between the Fremont
and Kimball islands. The schooner Pio
neer, Capt Hannah,' sailing in the vicinity
last Tuesday, was down into the opening,
which is an immense maelstrom, or stu
pendous whirlpool, and the descent and
circular motion of the water was so rapid
and violent that the vessel was made to
spin around with frightful velocity, and it
was only by high winds prevailing at the
time that she was enabled to sail beyond
the influence of the awful chasm. Captain
Hannah reports that he has nq doubt that
this opening, never before discovered, is
the grand outlet of the lake. A party of
scientific men will leave here immediately,
on the steamer Kate Connor, to investigate
this, the greatest of modern wonders. The
result will probably show how, for ages,
the accumlation from a thousand mountain
streams has disappeared through the
Cheap Lrxcaias for tub Peopl. Oppor
tunely, at the time when the cost of living ia
enormous, a new article appears in the mar
ket, affording an unprecedented amount of
delicious and holcinio aliment, almost for
a song. Wo refer to the patent Nea 51ohs
Farine, which ia now, bv virtue of its extra
ordinary cheapness, taking tho placo ol all
the gelatinous articles o' food manufactured
from maize and grain. The raw material of
this nutritious and fattening agent ia the free
gilt of nature: a marine moss growing in pro
digious quantities on tbo Inh coast, and
known aa Carrageen. Cleansed, desiceated,
concentrated and reduced to jowder by a
patent process, this wonderful plant yields a
larger quantity of pure, palatable aliment in
proportion to its weight, than any imbalance
produced from the great agricultural staples.
Artistic couks pronounce it tho finest article
for cuatardu, puddinge, creams, soup?,
sauces, A-c, that has yet been discovered,
and the Sea Moss Fa rink Co., of New York,
Wlirk Am flin TI. ton f fl 1 ,1 i f -II .Law Man An in
keep pace with the denitnd for the new staff
Thk Ccxard Mail Line of Steamships leave
weekly from New York, Liverpool and
Qacouslown. Agents in all tho principal
cities of tho Northwest. 8. Rowe, Geueml
WeHtern Agent. No. 2 I.ake street Chicaeo.
A Book for the Million.
MAHHIAGE' kelok to the Mar
hijcd or those about
fi TTTTIT; ,o mirrT oo til
VT J AlAJl phTsioloieal nir
teries and revelations of the sexual suitem. wiUt the
latest discoveries in prodncina and preventing onspnnc,
preeervina the complexion, so.
This isan mierestina wc; k of twohnndred and twenty-
four pates, with numerous engraving, and coutains
valuable information for those who are named or con
template nurriaKe; still it is a book that ought to be
kept nnder lock and key, and net laid carelessly about
Sent to an one (free af postage) for Fifty Dents.
Address l)r. Butts' Ihspeasary, No. 12 N. iiigbth SL,
St. Loots, Mo.
I if- eiice la the Afflicted anil 1'Bfortanate.
Before applying to the notorious 1uii'ks who idver
t'se in public papers er using any tjuACK Remedied,
peruse lr. Butts' work, no matter what 7 oar disease is
or how deplorable your condition.
Dr. Butts can be consulted, personally or by mail, on
ine aiseases meniionea in ms woras umcs, no. 13 .
Eighth St., bet. Market and Chestnut, bt. Louis, Ma
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
f n. .Cores Uolio and Griping in? Price
Whilromb'a the Bowel', and facilitates.- '2.1
Syrup. (the process of Teething. ) Cent.
itlra. (Subdues Convulsions and) Price
Whilromb'M overcomes all diseases inci- 'J.l
- Syrup. (denttoinfantaandchildren) Crnls.
Mr. (Cures Diarrhea, Dysentery ,J Price
Wbilrouib'a and Summer Comniaint in -
Syrup. f Children of all ages. ) C'rnta.
It is tbe Great Infant's and Children's Soothing Rem
edy in aii a isomers brought on by Teething or any
Prepared by the GRAFTON MEDICINE CO.. St.
Louik, Ma Hold by all Druggists and Dealer in Medl-
St. Louis Saw Works.
manufacturer! of SPAULDLNQ'S
Patent Inserted Teeth Saws. .
rOU SAXff AT THEIR WAREHOUSES,
214 I 116 dt 118 I 80
Lake Street, Tine Street, Careiidelet St.
CHICAGO. I ST. LOTJISl IseW ORLEANS
rANTEI AUKNTS-To sell tbe OCTAGON
f-KWliNti M AUHINU It is lirrmZtL makes tbe
"FJastic Lock Stitch" and is warranted If S years.
Pride, iKlo. All other machines with an under-feed
soli for $1 er less are infringements. Addresi
OCTAGON SRWINO MAORIS K CO., M Louis, Ala,
I Dicsgo. ill . t-iLisoargn, 1'a.. or Benton, mass.
Weed Family Favorite
Maanlactorew by the vTeed & H. Co.. Hartford, Ot,
as now perfected, is the BKSTand MOST KKUABLK
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE,
For ATX xntM of family work, now in asa. It will do a
Lakgkr kaniik of work, sewing from the UiiBTun
goods tothe'HRAVirsT be via cloth or lr&thkb. with
out change of Needles, Thread or Tension. It is simple
and not liable to get out of order. It has a straight
needle and makes the Lock Stitch. Responsible Agent
wanted ia every oounty. A bberal discount to the trade.
Send for prioe list and terms to GKG. Q. THOMAS A
CO., 1X1 Lake St., Chicago, Agents for U Northwest
bay where yon saw this advertisement.
A i:KTS WANTKIl erorvwb
bers to as 1 tbe
fa. AMKH1CAN KNirflMJ WACHINK, the only
practical family Knitting Machine ever invented.
tnoe ii Will knit au stitches permmnte.
dress A.MKK1CAN KNITI'INU MACH1NK
Boston, Mass., or SU Louis, Ma
Treatise on the Hair
Si A. CHEVALIER. U. D.f
104 East 25th Street, TJ. "2".
It ia a splendid book. Gratis by mail upon
LIFE FOR THE HAIR IS SPLENDID
A GREAT OFFER.
Harare Waters, 4SI Brsssmiy, N.
Windisnoas of ONR HUKDRFR HAKOS.lKI
LiKONS, aori ORCANSof six first-class makers, includ
in Chickermir Son's, at rxtrem ELY Low ruiCKR,
nK c.sii, uuitiNU IB ia month, or will tike from th to
t'-is montnljr noul paid. irr
This is NO PATKNT MFDIOUf K HTTMBUO. rotten
ap to dupe the ignorant ana credulous, aor is it repre
sented as heinc composed of rare and precious sub
stances brooxht from the four ccmers of the earth,
carried seven tunes across the Great Desert of Saharali
on tbe backs of loarteen camels, and brought across
the Atlantic ocean on two ships.'' it is a simple, mild
mto'kmq rented' a perf ect rpeeifie for UATAKRB and
Joij in THK llPAD." also for offensive Breath. Loss
er impairment ef the seose of Smell, Taste or Hearing.
atannc or v sac tvyes, l ain or rrewnre in the rleail,
when caused, as the all not anfreqneatly are, by tha
violence of Catarrh.
1 oiler, in Rood faith, a S'andintt Reward of t for
case of Catarrh that 1 cannot cure'
Far Sale by uiont IlraaarlMta Kverywbere.
PRIOIE 51) CF.JtTS. .
Sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of SntTT Cents.
I'snr packagea for rj.uu or 1 Ooren for X1.L
Send a two cent stamp for lh. Sage s pamphlet on
Catarrh. Address tbe Proprietor,
K. V. PlKRCli, AL D., IttTFFALO, N. Y
ITANTRD AtlKNTH To as I tha HOMK SHUT
TLK SKWlNli MACHIKK. Pries $la. I,
makestba "lexk Siitch" (alike on bo h rides) and i
the only licensed nnder feed Shuttle Machine sold f
less than $H. licensed by Wheeler A Wilson, lirover
Baker, and Singer A Co. all oiber nnder-fned
Shuttle Machines sold for less than ? are infnne-
sienta, and the se'ler and nser liahle to prosecntioa.
Address JOHNSON. CLAbK. A X.. Boston, Mass. .
PHIeborgb, Pa.. (Jhicago, 1L, or uwa, aio.
PATF.OHI SEVING MACHINE
is a first-class, large, handsome doable-thread
family machine. It is tbe quickest, easiest and
simplest known. Price 81U. Also tha most
tboient and practical
live mea can make money by selling them.
Credit given on good security. Send references. Only
letters enclosing twa stamps will be answered.
7Vi Market Street, Wllminctaa, Del.
asasasasanaslall II aftTI aianm ' 11 1 in 1 1
NOTICE TO PERSONS
Dr. Sheeman is now in Chicago for a short time only, and
may be consulted at the office
Gay, Advertising Agency, 133
wish the benefit of his experience in the special treatment
of Hernia. His appliance and compound are a guarantee
of cure in all cases. During cure the patient can perform
any kind of labor without the suffering annoyance attending
the use of Trusses. Dr. S. visits Chicago at the request of
many persons who could not go to New York. This affords
an excellent ' opportunity to those in this section of the
country to get relieved and cured. Pamphlets, with photo
graphic likenesses of remarkable cases, before and after
cure, with other information, mailed on receipt often cents.
Remember Dr. Sherman's principal office is 697 Broadway,
New York, that he has had 30 years practical experience in
1 1 T 1 1 1 ' I 1 "wa la
ireaiins: xtunture, ana tnat ne
of Messrs. Hudson, Menet &
Dearborn St., by those who
can remain in Unicasro Dut a
Very fw pornuiiH think when tliry havt
a flno tnit of linir nf the very crtat imixir
tasce of cultivntiu? it in their youth.
Nothing caa be more betoniiui; or desira
ble in old aire limn a fine full Si IT of H lit.
In order to perure thi, year liavo been
spent by Dr. t'HAi.raNT in perfecting hi
valuable article. It contain VI) M Ll-lII'it!
Ml M tillS Lk'tO! ! M) ALI'MIOLl I
ltIM01S tOLOIMMi M VTfl 11 1 ! ! ! t.
burn and ch-stniv tho very delicate root ol
the II. MR.
Iti 1-l KKI.Y VECETABLE-rontains
the only vegetable oil ever ilicnvcritl that
firomotcH the jrrowih stid product-H ona
iixnriaiit ItM-ks of Hair. It i dei.i .itciy
porfnnieU witutheHweettiof niol frai;raul
tlowom. 'I Iiih article ia found in the laru
t'itico on aluioct every toilettee, bnt more
especially aincnir tho moro fahion:ih
claiiiU'S. aa it kaa proved to be tho only ar
ticle t lint Mill retail 'he Hair iu pottition
any leulh of timt .i-ter dressing. Iti
used by La.lii K' llai. 'a.reti-rg and Barb?rs
at all the leading Hotels of the country.
Jt coea three times aa far an alcoholic arti
cles. Alcohol preparations from the natu
ral heat of the head evaporates and leaves
the llair parched and dry. Price 50 eta.
CAN BY, CUm f0 Proprir tort,
SOLD BV ILL DRUGGISTS.
FULLER, FINCH .Sc FULLER,
ANTF:L-A;KNT!-75 toS-iU per i
GKVfjlNK IM PRt) V IC1 COM MO.N i SKNSK r AMILY
SKWINU MAOHINK. This Machine will stitch. hem.
fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and embroider in a
moaunpenor manner. Prceonlyfix fully warranted
for hveeara. We will pay $ liuu for any machine that
will sew a atronger, more beautiful or more elastic
seam than onrs. It makes 'be "Elastio lack stitoe.
Kvery second it itch can be ent. aad sUll the cloth can
not be trolled apart withnnt tearing it WepayAgenta
from C7& to 9'jut per month and expenses, or a commis
sion from w -ich twice that amount can be made Ad
dress SKCOMB A CO., PITTSBURGH, PA.. BO
TON, MASS., or ST. LOUIS, MO.
CAUTION Beware of all Agenta Belling Machines
nnder tbe same name as onrs, ol las they caa show a
Certificate of Agency signed by us. We shall net ho d
ourselves responsible for worthless Machines sold by
other parties, and shall prosecute all parties either
selling or using Machines nnder this name to the full
extent of the law, nni as snch Machines were obtained
f rom as or our Agenta Do not be imposed npon by
parties who copy our advertisement ana oirenlars and
oner worthless Machines at a lens prioe.
A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY
Dr. WALEEB'S CAUFOSNIA
Hundreds of Thousands
Bear testimony to their Wonder
lul Curative klfects.
2 WHAT ARE
THEY? If 5
Made of Poor Ram, Whinkcy, Proof Spirits
and Refuse I.iqnora diwtorcd, spiced and svect-
tned to please tbe taste, called " Tonics," "Appc-tiz-erg,"
" Refitorcrs, Ac, that lead the tippler or. to
drunkenness and ruin, bnt are a true Medicine, umdo
from the Native Roots and Herbs of California, free
froai all Alcakolic St Iranian!!. They are the
CRLIT BLOOD l'LRI FIEIt nnd A MFK
JITIXG PRINCIPLE a perfect Renovator and
Invbjoratorof theSyatem.carryir off all poisonous
matter and restoring the blood to a healthy condition.
No person can take these Bitten according to direc
tlon and remain long unwell.
8100 will be given for an Incurable case, provided
tbe bone are not destroyed by mineral poisoa or
other means, and the vital organ wasted beyond the
point of repair. .. .
For Inflammatory aad Chronic Kbroma
tism and Goat, Dyspepsia, ar Indigeation,
BI lions, Reanitteat and Iaternitteut fTcnt
Diseases or the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and
Rladdert these Bitters bave been most success
ful. Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated
Blood .wlilch is generally produce! by derangement
of the Digest Ire Organ. '
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION, Head
ache. Pain In the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of tbe
Cheat, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of tbe Stomach,
Bad taste in the Month, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation
of the Heart, Inflammation ot the Lungs, Fain ia the
regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
They Invigorate the stomach, and stimulate tbe tor
pid liver and bowels, which rentier tbem of unequalled
efficacy in cleansing tbe blood of all Impurities, and
Imparting new life and vt'or to the whole system.
FO R 8K I N D ISE. SES,Era.tlons,Tctter, Salt
Klruem, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils.Car-
bnnelea,iang-Worms, Scald Qi-ad.Sore Eyes, Erysip
elas, Itch, Scurfs, Diseolorations of the Skin, Humors
and Disease of the Skin, of whatever name or nature,
are literally dug up and carried out of the system In a
short time by the use of tUx-se Bitters. One bottle In
such cases will eoovluce the most Incredulous of their
Cleanse the Vltlati d Blood whenever yon find Its
impurities buroting through lie skin inIltnpleg.Ernp.
tlons or sore ; cleanse It a nfn yon nnd it obstructed
and sluggish in the vein ; cleanse It when it Is fonl,
and your feelings will tellyon when. Keep the blood
pure and the health of the system will follow.
PIN. TAPE andotlicr WOltfllS, inrKiugin mc-
system of so many thousands, are effectually destroy
ed and removed. For full directions r il carefully
the circnlsr around each bottle, printed In four lnn-
gusges English, Germany French and Spanlnh.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. U. McDOXALD t CO.,
Druggists and Gen. Agents, Sun Francisco, CaL,
and 32 and 34 Commerce Street, Kcw York.
Its-SOLD BY ALL DttTTOOIST3 AND DEALERS
. i III.ORAL PREPARATION. .
l"Al.tK'S 1 111 K 1 lllKAI, S4IOTltt.lt:
von Aitn.TH asn children.
Prod area lrv and KHief from Pain,
and is a harmless and deiiffhtfnl Tonic
Superior to Opium. Morphine and ail Narcotics, with
none of uietr oanerm enecta
r" One trial of the Chloral Somber will induce
you ta discard forever theOpinm Plivirs, Aaoilyaee.
i siorooynes, Motning nyrupe, ac, wnicn are voimom
Ilia men. women and children to such aa alarming
Small bottlas, 3 osota. Pound bottles, si eacn. ,
PAINE'S CHLORAL . . ,
1 tl nti.i i .. i.a.r.
DgijoBTrui. nu EVKU-Arioua.
Instantly relieve Coughs, Bronchitis. Hoarseness,
ASinma. " uonping uiucn, u.
36 cants a box.
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"Chloral Depot," in Maidea Lane, ftew Vork.
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Manned Grefg, Finer it CbM Trumamebmrtf, If. T.
The Hirhteat draft aad mnst durable Mower made.
The Knife is always in bne with tbe Pitman, thosaw.i
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of tbe Cutter-Har. It it tbe only perfectly denhle Col
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for circulars or latormation, sena iom. hH r. LtMJ.N,
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sota and Aortbera Iowa; also agent for New Yorker
Keaper and other Macblnery, or to ,1. u. KAbTKK,
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the most etfioientand nourishing Ditxierties: it is
a very palatable and strengthening table beverage
is used as sued in Kurope Tbe most eminent phy
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Kurope. ana eipreswa tneir approval at anoing in
llnii's Malt Kxtrict. not on v sa etticacioos and
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city. Backhltntuist. louisphtiTiiiimvetbiUbvhas
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and app'intmnnlsare auriv.ilUMtin uio is eat, un- a
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robed npon, anot heoii-iircan reior to many pny
sici.i ns Itinmehont thee. unit rv. In past Micct Hand
present inwiinH be-!1"' without a aowpauioc.
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Plt FUI.ET reLii:ngtovfneteuldisiaMaiuci the
disastrous and vanei cinnMinvuccsof aoii-abue,
that will be agnttc.nyaUoieina,im.leil envelope
to (lie ltoetoraiWrremiiagluaMedical Pair ,!.
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No. 611 tt. Chiirlca street, St. louis, AlOa
9a.X-tolKM. buruiajsLltoiP. X,
A PravldrallaJ RsaMdv.. The Hoawoose. bitten
by a poisonous serpent, seeks a certain plant, eais of ir,
ami recovers. In like manner thousands of European
dyspeptics, and victims of hv r complaint, disorders ef
he bowels, debility, dropsy, rheumatism, Ac, nock to
the Seitser Spring in t.ermany and are cured by ita
auuhrmos waton. We h ire tbia Spring, in all ita sani
tary perfection, multiplied ad ., . ia tbts eoaatry.
tho form oi l AKK.'. r s r rpKavvnt iuiT skltzkb
Apr.KiCMr. It is the Spa maiie portable aad evailshie
for the aaesoftbe mibion. The Bullion use it. It Is
the great nousr-bold medicine of ihe land, at ooca
delicioiM, ref reshing, aad nnequalled aa a corrective
SOLXt BY ALL DRUUUI8T3. ' ' r.
This Corset is constructed on an etf iu-lv new : i.,.
pie, being -pen and thereby alumina tlu tremt cukuIw''
tmn poseible, besides giving perfect eae and comfort '
to tbe wearer, and at the same time possessing all the
advantages of the common Co- seta in giving support to
tor Health. (Jmr and Comfort, tbey are
trsRiVAUjai rt thr marikt. They are particularly
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equally well adapted to all seasons of the year.
Tbey are bsKhty recommended by medical snd saeuDlte .
mea. For sale by all hrst-clase dealers, r or circulars, '
pncee, o., address the
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Address M. B. LA CKU1X. Albany, N. V.
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