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Sir James Clarke's Female Pills.
li. VKIl nnfailinff fn tllfl CUT of &1
The Jnnmi' - difl- to which the
those ". i. acbiact
They moderate all ex-
lSniiniwe obstrucQon. from whalever cause.
. TO MARRIED LADIES
rv,v ar. particularly traited. They will in a short time,
mbninonUily period with regulanty. and
ffihonS v l5w.r2. contain Bothinnrouf to to.
of Nervous and Spinal Affcr
:5fM ":rThrH "l&sterics and
W hthWUat eu when all tjtber iw
h, ta5e The pamphlet around each .Pfh"
lull direction and advioe, or win ow moat,
imtinc lor it iealed from obeerrsuan.
Job Jfo-t Sr Jamm Clarie'l Rwh P,l"JZ',T,
.-i.rumTFiinrmi The ormnne have ' namr J
Siww ' v
"JOB M (ANa"..5 cat fii
-wfj:f iA.rrw,n.r witii fifteen cents fer postage, 1
N. B. In all esses
WD em in - r I
oaedto SeWnetcr. JOB Sr. . trt-
Undt Sttset "i. ""Ym
aied from any knowledge oi we ouiwiia
rRtNOALL'S ELASTIC BROOM,
ia v .ii aWa. It sweeps easier, sweeps better,
lasts longer, and eoata no more thaa the common broom.
u..nihinA Ueensa crantad to all broom makers, on
application. Two aample brooms sent by "0
!,int of one dollar. Address Orandal Elastic Broom
Co. !12 Sortb Main street. it. Louis, mo.
OF THK AGB.
T1R. KENNEDY'S RHEUMATIC
AND NXTJRALiQIA DISSOLVENT.
MmriW thl mart of prul
. ' (,nt I mean ererj word of it.
a J . r ham kaaWUI
taere. Wb year system is racked witn
W uen you ne
hem ererr narra In your being ia Bk. tt.
rdroarheart, and during yam to the vary verge
Wnen yoa base the
that I bare Mrt get through) th-.wfnl
moKt aean-woenii, ,.7,
lying and wrrUiing fa agony and Pn,OTab!e to tori
niuMwlf in bed. and every movement will go to roui
hearTiTk.. 53fe?ow telfme. if relief caof-a,
ZTTu riiM. in a few dsn not the Greatest
Medical Blessing of the Age, tail ns what is I
mnmrrMja m vtsit Vr. will take a taWesooon
fnl and three spoonfuls of water three times a day. and
iTa few dam enparticle of rheumatic and neuralgia
pam will be dissrJved and pass off by the aianeya.
. Manufactured by
Whole rat. Agents.-
.m hw. finen m if I -!!",
-. . . .mm. it
SmitCrtpi Direr a Co. Bamhams A Van Schaack.
Kohmidt. Milwaukee : McOullooh McCtoi.lrosse;
Kcwes Bros- St- Paul; Collins Bros., . wetsei.
Meyers Brast, St Louis ; Moore A Tarbet, Zonkarman i
aUrUui by ai' driOTirta Prioe LBP
family Hedicine Gases
nnnmo irvi Dt rtff TD? DO 70S
. g JfAKiitX r -
T bar ortrlte farJly, a good aeal of noknaas, th
4rt.Mr.A;uii udiinbiui sisiutlult: mok
th-e times i suoUJ be gratined to have less aickneat
well, mr Mend. I can do a wood deal for you,
1 .Anil vr.il nnm of our r AMLLI CrAKES U
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jit fiitMihAnft nrj i aeunDaga w ui lap , ruur
oee. which ican treat p,'
Tue various specinas areaii marked and labeled, ao yoo
not ga astray. With one of these oases, you or yeor wif
this, because you see the aick child or patient at oaoa,
v, .,ffM.tiM nuriHiiTm s.1ha von avmd drufaimr tnr
mat ArA?riir tnaviioiDaa. also von avoid drugging tnr
patient and tins weakening ths system, and laying the
rpusdatioo oi future disease. Yon alsoare thus enabled
to eradicate those tendenoies to enronic disease wmcn
mat in mn man, fauniliea and individuals: anch ac
Scrofula, 9mC, Coanatptoai, otc. By the use, from time
to time, as occasion requires for sncn ailments or
eases as aceur, of the proper specific, not only ia tlx
passing ninnsrwi cureu, uai un iuudumkiui w m .aawaw
mhaaimmt and anrave chronie diseases is removed.
1'fae oonseouenoe is that the whole tamily improve in
health, have less and lees sickness from year to year,
nave more vigor and better ejnstitntians, and thus
fsadnaUy yen work ont from under the hand of disease
t,h rinritAp. .lnsS the Mitnii of til is is true, under old
neneol treatment. Every villainous dose of medicine
paves tne way tor anotner, one visit oi tne aoctor or ten
necessitates another, and a good thorough old-school
doctor can make pauenu enougn in we u ten vea
f bis nrofasauonal life, to keen him busy for the balani
of his days. These wi-ecks of men. made by the aouse
of calomel, blue-mass, quinine, iodine, opium and
potassium, are the harvest fields of dostors. So my
friend Cot out of this way of doctoring, iiet a ease of
,2iwnrT.-in a nit d AfftnrvonrsRlf and familr when von can
an? when you most have a doctor, send for the most
reliable one in i our reacn. ana yoa win soon navw ssck.
anr) rioatnrs rare visitors st vour house.
Tuia is nn fanov aketoh. No mere windy promise.
Thousands have done so, and yoa may do likewise. The
amnant involved in the experiment is not large, and the
attempt weu wortn a trial.
Of . to 60 Innre vials, morocco or rone
th1 csme, remaining at epwiric lor
eftry ordinary dieeatw at family as
nn , orl Ia. anal haoki At .t .rtf'i-t ions
From S18 to 835
RmsTler sTaianflw and Tratvelinir eases, with 3B
to 28 vials From Si to S
Specifies for all Private Dieeaateaa, both for
tvriBll turn aw. atritwu,. -"'-".i
vuus and pocket cases . toga
POND'S KXTRAST. f
Corea Boras, Broiseo, Lampoff, Soreness,
Sore Throau. Sprains, TeoCbachr-, Larnrhe.
NenrsJbria. ltii(uiiiatism, Lnmbiuio, Pilot,
Boils, Sriaars, Sore Kyesv, Bleedingr of the
Ltangs, JNoee. MomacH, or oi rues, Lorn.
Ulcers, Old Sores. mJ
Priee, 6 oz &Q cent? Plnta. 81.00; Quarts.
UP These Remedies, except POND'S EXTRACT.
nv the caaa or sinarle box. are sent te any Dart of tht
eeuctry, by Basil or express, free of charge, on receipt
of toe prxue
AUa LTTTEBS BfUgX BK ATJDBZ8SED
HomeeepatUo 9(etVcIne Compasy,
Offios and Depot, So. S63 BboadwaY, New York.
FOR SALE B7 ALL DRUGGISTS.
VhoTiKha t Jt Aourra. Burnhama A Van Sohaaok,
EturiDart at iLasaii, tjnicago, ma ; dents at uoroon,
. . i , 1 1 i V r" . .
VL ram, sunn. ; Drown, n eouer unumm, a. aauoar
Ao. ; Farrand. Shaiar A Co.. Detroit. Mioh.
Want of TltaUtr.
Sometimes there is a lack of vitality in large and
apparently well developed frames. Hurculean sinews
ana muscles are not always indicative of stamina and
eonstitutioaal vigor in tneir possersor Health depends
more upon the eondicfbn of the stomach, the liver and
the bowels, thaa upon the breadth of the shoulders, or
ths size of loose levers and pulleys of the system is
which strengtli is supposed to reside. All this grand
animal macnineiy is of itself no protective against
sickness and deeay. Easy and perfect digestion, regu
lar and healthy secretions, uncontaminated blood, and
a regular discharge of the waste matter of the body
toiough the intestines, the kidneys and the pores, are
the most potent safeguards against disease, the best
guarantees of longevity. To promote Ihmm ohjicti it the
gnat end and pmrpom t.f Bostetter's Stomach Bitters.
The ingredients of which the Great Tonic and Altera
tive is oomooeed are taken solely from the vegetable
kingdom and their medicinal virtues are not counter
balanced by the acid and poisonous elements which
exist, more or lees, in aU the pewerfnl mineral drugs.
bnJfferers from indigestion, biliousness, intermittent
fevers, nervous debility or eonatipatmn, not only find
iaunediate relief from the use of this agreeable stimo
iaat and invigorsnt, but becomes conscious, as time
wears on, of an increase of constitutional elasticity and
vital force. Labor and exposure no longer produce tne
same effect upon them aa heretofore, and they feel as
if they had acquired a new bold on life, new reserve
of physical and mental energy. This hu been the
experience ox uiouBsnas oi oout vestas, c in wwa ".j
adds to the mass of confirmatory testimony. At Uus
a all. .aar aarhaan the taVnneT&fctlre and Slate of
the atmosphere, exercise a peculiarly depressing influ
ence over the minds and bodies of invalids HosteUer's
Bitters is the only tome upon wmcn me oenuiiatou can
rely for swift and permanent restoration.
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Time Tests the Merits of all Tilings
FOR THIRTY YEARS !
Davis' Pain Killer
Has been tested in every Wty of eh mate,, and
by almost every nation known to Americans. It is ths
almost constant eompanioa and inestimable friend of
the missionary and thetr.veier, on sea and land, and
no orieshould travel on "our LAKES OR RIVkRS
Pain Killer iroa the TLrst and is the
Only Fermaxient Pain Reliever.
6inee the PAIN KILLER was first Introduced, and
met with such unsurpassed rale, many Linimjehts,
RaxTErs, PAaCEAS, snd other Rzataunxa have been
oil ered te the public but none of them have i attained
the truly IKVXtLBLX stakDIHU of the PAIN K1I.1.KK.
UliV IS TZXZS SO ?
It Is because DAVTS PAIN KILLER is what it
Claims to be, a Reliever of Pain, -
ITS MERITS ARE UNSURPASSED.
If yoa are snSering from INTERNAL PAIN, tmrnlf
to thirty drop in a Unit waatsr will almost instantly cure
son. There is nothing to equal it. in a few momenta
It cures Oolios, Oramps, Spasms, Heartburn. Dsrrhea,
Dysentery. F lux, Wind in the Bowels, boor htomaoa,
1H,n?lunbT where FEVER AND
AGCK prevails there is no remedy held in greater
Mmd. Persons traveling should keep a by them. A
ww drops in water will prevent sickness or bowel
In foreign eonntries the calls far PAIN KILLER are
gioat. It at found to
Core Cholera . when all other
WHEN USED EXTERN ALLY. AS A LINIMENT,
nothing gives quicker ease in Bums, Vats. Bruises,
bprairas, btingsof Insects, eVsalda. It removes ths fire,
and the wound heals like ordinary sores. Those sufler
ing with RHEUMATISM, GOUT, or NEURALGIA,
if not a positive cure, they find the PAIN K1LLKR
gives them relief when no othae remedy will. It
Gives Instant Belief from Aching Teeth
From 1S49, to this day, 1878, (thirty years.) PERRY
DAVIS' PAIN fclLLRR has had no Rival !
jBoery Bomotkmfter aWuaiaM ketf U at hemd, to apply it on
fbe first attack of any Pam It will five sauafactory
relief, and save hoars ef suffering.
Do not trifle with yourselves by testing untried reme
oASint, Be eare yoa call for, snd get the genuine PAIN
gn.T.ER-as many worttdess nostrums are attempted
te be sold an tne great reputatiott of this valuable iu
Zana. If" Dvectaoos aoeompany each bottie.
itu eta., and ftl per Bottle.
.1 It HAR1US A OO. Cincinnati, Ohio, Proprietors
or the Southern and Western tetea.
Kui at Milwaukee by. ft BoswqirTH BOMS.
nsiYvs A Burro". Rira tunao. ukaxx asaoa,
ESrfcSBMSx A WW d aa Milwaukee Drug-
SCRATCH S J SCRATCH t !
In from 10 to 4S boors
Cures The Itch.
Cunts Sail Itueam.
I Cures Tetlrr.
Cure Barbers' Itch.
1 Cures Old bores.
imf jMwrw kinxl of ftMor ItAt
Price. BOo. a box ; by mail. 68o
AiKm WEEKS & POTTER, 170 Washington ST..
i. v.. .ii i a,. -,ta. ransiam iaaa.
250,000 WORMS BURNED.
Destruction of a Cocoonery in California.
From teh Sacramento Reporier.
ut half-past 3 o'clock on Sunday
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""r.4" ;iu n th
niOnllDL!. ODB Ul vvwv
w r TTa-rnio nn
premises oi uyu " I- rT w
lHOll road, was uim-u"- - -
"i - mn,.nt th whole family, in
JU1U lu . . . . . i
hrtathless alarm, rusned oui oi me uuuw,
Dream icb mo"", rtBC;KiA
.11 intont lr RIMVIUL' nS Ul lV. u '- a-rwrv...
the ravaes of the fire. We cannot do bet-
language of Capt. Hayme, as reiateu tU ui
2?J HU v.i b, the
S.Ln.sJ't corner of the building
turn u -. ,
war nn fire. They immetuateiy k" "1
Inl. of oming straight to the
i:j Ali;nr and firrA&niillf?
i.,i. inrL woke ns in a few minutes,
t, OI cuu.se, J i
T inmned into niV pants ana uoom tmu gui
, '""o,-,a i .Innble-anicktime. and npou
mJninT the back door and going down
I W8ir ,T. thmet
tneDaCK poruu r.-P.7. . ,
me was mui r: .,"1
i : ii a ia AYirpmH. i i i ii lai
sient ana neitriug.
nine yellow devWs ot niname.
terrible red clare ot the devouring fl imes
reflecting their yellow skins, all barehead-
, . u : i t,oj oarinmnrr in the
BUU w.iMuth' .
.A.aAmiTirT will, it n . , , , i . .
eo, ana tuit "fj H . .
it apDenrea to me uii uoirKuv
vils had been sent up from below to ere-
jm'io iwil hMn sunt nn
I UtllU . jL
ate a perfect l'andemomum npou ourm.
ThAQA thoutrhts all passed through my
a layju-ia r av
; ,Ar.nrt T ran amoniZ them ftnU
got four or five to take hold of the Urge
-wftfron which was dose to the building;
1 r . , r l .... .1 a ,
I then tOOK UOia OI me "'urkJ
two or three get hold of the light
sDrin" wacon. all of which were in the
-vj .v, Kom nivi tn th hnmint?
WinC BllOtl Ul IrUO UW", -
v.niUinT. I then discovered that the roof
.v- i" . ; in thrna nlaces.
tumped upon the snea, ana in uiemaiu-
J r.. c. .. 1 1 1 . .(iVr.
I A . n nr.i,TA ItltlTI nHfl 1 ' I II 1 1 1 1 1. mil .,11. DM.-
I 1,1 lilt, uin wu r,
j out for waler. Two Chinaman
now came me, and we got them under
wov triih thA numD ana oacKeiu. x
.am rnnf was near the
rnof and eonseaoentlv. the
dl(f-n. we could not reach
hnkpt of water
X sUw V
v.nf onlv reached the
i. A,t tha watpr rniimnfr back under
our feet, making the shingles slippery.and
I fell on my back, head up aw. jtmauy
we got a ladder on the roof, where it was
ua w-hilA water was sent UD.
i ii.i . 1UUIIJ -. . .
- , Al n. w v
line Was lormea irom wo jiuiui. iv
8nedf and in a few minutes we had it under
conteoL Two minutes lost and the flames
..i, ihn Ura lorrro onrnn.
wouiuuavo jcavruou --i o- r
I nerT ftna the Chinamen s house, besides
. - , f.A ori1a of wood and the con-
I tn mnin buildine. All this time
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ii,.h ros i itint rireeza lroiu uio auuw-1
i ...i nri tria numpfl Tenia siuiubi uiu
, ? nf . h. hftrn. ftnd the heat w9 terrific
t iiorl inat fitted ud shelves and hurdles
the building, and had removed from
I v bxuidlnR about 250,000
worms two davs before. Of course every,
I rv.in in thn house was consumed; all the
r,.r;r Ti,-r, was Ptored on the cross-ties;
ftDont i kqo pounds of dried pears and ap-
I 1 . . ,
pies; quite a number cr sacssoi corn, ana
many other things, were included in the
destruction. Loss about $2,000; insured
$1,375. The worms were doing splen-
didlv. and I have suffered greatly by losing
them at this time. I have still in the large
house about 300,000 worms, as many as
can accommodate. The loss, as he says.
is yery severe, but the sympathies of the
community are with Captain Haynie, who
has been indefatigable in promoting silk
industry in this state.
French Women Before the Revolution.
We find in the Revue Populaire de Paris
for May a very interesting article on the
oondition of women in France before the
first Revolution, by Mile. Julie Daubie.who
lately had the honor of a letter from Mr.
Stuart MilL The-social stutus of women
at that period was far from enviable; the
cloister itself was a protection 10 tnem.
There were, at the pinnacle,abbesses,,,feu-
dal ladies that converted their croziers into
sceptres." Some abbeys, like that of Ke-
miremont,had upward of 300.000 livres per
annum, an income-which at present wouid
be represented by double that figure at
. .. . - , , , -. i. i j
least, ana wmcn proviaeu ncu preumuM
for canonesses, who were always lree to e x
change their privileges for civil life.
Large sums had been t?et aside for ages
with a view of providing poor girls with
marriage portions. Louis IX devoted up
ward of a, 000 UU'JI. (present value) to inis
purpose. Until 17iH the sum oi 21,000 n
vres was annually expended by the state.
The various guilds and corporations edu
cated the female orphans of their members
at the common expense, granted sums to
the journeymen inclined to marry them.
Municipalitie3 and private persons joined
in the good work. In matters of trade
feminine labor was regulated by prudes-
femmes, who had the supervision of female
apprenticeships; and in mixed dwellings,
such as those of tailors and sempstresses,
there was an equal number of overseers of
terrific Tornado in Arkansas and Mississippi
From the Memphis Avalanche, June 14.
A terrific tornado passed over a portion of
Arkansas and Mississippi on .Friday last,
doing immense damage to the crops along
its path, and, it is believed, utterly ruin
ing the cotton. It rose, as near as can be
ascertained, in the vicinity of Council
Bend, Ark., and passed down to Peter s
Landing, crossing the Mississippi river at
that point and striking Mississippi at or
near Moon's Landing, from which it passed
down to the head of Beaver Dam and
thence down into Bolivar county, if not be
yond, sweeping cabins, fences, trees, etc..
and causing, it is apprehended, some loss
of life. It partook of wind, rain and
hail, which came down with terrible
fury. The path of the storm was about two
miles in width. The crops had been almost
usually promising, but are now black and
prostrate. The tornado was repeated on
Saturday, passing nearly over the course of
the day previous, adding greatly to the im
mense damage already done. The hail
stones which fell on Friday were large and
round, one of them weighing four ounces.
The stones which came down on the sec
ond day were jagged, as devoid of form as
crabs, and therefore more injurious. So
violent a storm has never been experienced
in the section through which U paused. The
damage is incalculable, and so far as the
cotton is concerned, at k-ast, is irreparable.
Our informant suffered a loss of some one
hundred and fifty acres, all of which was
laid entirely waste. He represents that not
a leaf nor twig is left living in its path.
Immense trees were uprooted, iurtber
particulars of the calamity are awaited with
Cost op Kixxxea Men. A French au
thor, writing upon cotemporary wars, has
favored the world with some curious statis
tics about their cost Ua takes the total
outlay, which he divides by the number of
men killed on the field or sent away to die
of their wounds, or of some sicknboo of the
camp. In the Crimean war, whore many
men were congregated in close
quarters, there were more than
750,000 wen killed (he calculated)
at a cost of $2,156 each. Patting the
deaths in the American civil war at 281,000,
wliich appears to be a low estimate, each
was purchased at an expenditure of $10,
125. In South America he does not say
whether in Mexico or Paraguay, or both
the cost was $4,500 per li.a. In the Dan
ish war, 3,500 lives were extinguished, at
an average cost of $10,000 each. The
Austro-Prussian campaign of 18C6, end in c
at Sadowa, cost $7,500 per death. Thus
the cost of killing one man in war would
comfortably maintain several id time ot
Th St Louis Times 6ayi. that when Red
Clout?, said in his speech, "Our nation U
melting away like snow on the side of the
hill when the sun ia warm, while your peo
ple are like the blades or crass in si iring,
when summer in conaica" he said a good
thing without borrowing it from Lo agfel
ov or any other fellow.
BURNING A DEAD KING
Singular Ceremony in Slam.—The
Corpse the Late Monarch
to Ashes in the Presence of
From Galignani's Messenger, May 23.
llinlt.oir, . Kinrrdom.
1 ' I
n8 to deliver to us the usual presents in re
for membrance of the occasion. Early on the
18th the final preparations commenced; the
The Courier de Saigon contains a report
from Lieutenant IUchir, coinmauuer ui
the French gunboat Conlenvre, aescriuiuK
the cremation of the late King of Siam, to
which ceremony bo had ueen sent to wwuu
officially. Alter narrating hid arrival he
. .. ,. t i,. nai. iti.aTi
iri bv the French Oonul
and the Chancellor oi
I visited the Mene,
which contained the
Thin nonKtrnciion was
raised in three
months, the entire population contributing
to the labor, DUl me piei-e .
wbich support it were nearly a year in
. l onil vera the tallest
rJXr.r.W.knk. and were the tallest
The edifice was
w tK wTretl feel hieh,and covered
u.ij .u. ---
with cildintr: in tne centre, imuerusu
l.Jnnb, Wltll POld
Was a raisou uuu. . --- D
n.inng ctnnes. and on. which the
body was to be placed.
n a,&..a,vuu ,
Tl, a MMnnwtAVif I
- --- -
H," ;,r.Wnndinarr.ointr A Tcov-
the lodging of the numerous priests who
t.i i- ll narla f.irtllA CeremOUV.
nau cuuao uum -y . j;T "
The princes and manda
the body was burned,
the WOOd Of
. ? ot.,.r1 .nnl.1 rnilv he f-m-
wniCU It wu.. ,T "
DiOVt,d in erecting tempies. iue nenue.
open to the crowd were marked out by tail
the seven royal parasols;
" rl. ,0 , V,,, .,11 mrle
? .. " j.-.., f ths rrna-n.
gnanirnfl iih.ii uoru ajuovv
j , "r,T" .i ontAlea
almost every morning came ont in state
Bnd visited the part of the building reserve
aA Tnr thn Knvereiffu. A line Of BOldter-
wv,rn l'fiiuL' t ... - --r "
:r"lTj i tr. hirh onlv ths
Burruiuiucu mm ------
mandarins were admitted. His Majesty on
tVrncA rwctiKiniis took HIS
seat 011 a iuiij
ti.rr.nn whilfl near him were ranged the
W4 .'.-.-wi - - - . . -a 1 .
Becond Kin", tne liCgeul ana uistuuuicu,
the princes, ?!StL
their grade The people prostrated them-
, Ik . aI HiA K lTlf .VllO LnrbW
seivesuu iud i""!," vt . "
to them citrous containing money, the
value of which increased daily unm itie
oonrtmr.!ir,.npint of the ceremony. On the
MWWi-l' - , A
12th the remains of the late King were re-
n.r.v.l tn the Mene. to remain exposea uu-
mmeimn. ua,;... ."-".-.
Li 11 1 i,.i .!,;,. fl. ,rra litilf.mnet. Iii7!l.
I tilt 1 . 1 1 1, 1 1 1, 1 1 I ! 1,1 1 Ll t , 1 XX.W n
U tent for the Europeans invitea to i oe
preint was raised on th e way, and in it we
were receiveu uv wo juhu..
AfViiira. Tlie march wfis opened bytroopn,
i-avalrv. artillerv aud infantry; the Kmc
followed in a rich palanquin bareheaJed,
.iniiiloiflv hliftved. and in monruinc; next
wa- F , 11"
oam Rurcessivelv the second King aiulnw
troons. the recrent. princes, nobles armed
with sabres, elephants and other animals
fantastically caparisoned, auu uennujj wo
ashes of the deceased King: theu followed
th chief of the bonzes, heading his priestx.
. - , 1
1 1. 1 : . . 1 1 1. lit. fnnuHl r W h I f ' II
auu ueumu '
was accompanied by the two younger
brothers of the King, placed on less ele
t..1 oarpiurwu fhpv were rnacnificeullv
I . . . . " ... -
dressed, and wore on their neaus Siamese
crowns, to the top of which a band of silk
was attached, the other end being made
I . , i , . 11 WAnnnl .int.iiti-
iiicr in i mh ituiucii tro-
lnir inn iittceiuseu jviii1' o iatvit. i,vi
ioinfd in the procession to the Mene,
where the relisious ceremony took place
and were afterwards invited to a repast
1 served in the Enropean style; the regent
came to us at the close of the entertain
I ment to invite us to be present at the la
nart of tho ceremony. The Mene from
that moment was accessible to all the Siam-
I ., . i r
ese who came to oner tneir prayers oeioro
the bodv. On the 15th the King sent for
construction supporting the pile was tem-
Dorarilv stripped of its ornaments; the gold-
en vessel was changed tor one oi copper plac
ed on a grating covered witn penumes, anu
beneath was placed a heap of fragrant wood
ei"ht feet high. About 5 in the evening
the entire company was assembled around,
and the King set fire to the mass, without
leaving his throne, by means or a train go
me from his feet to the centre ot tne ruiws.
According to tradition the fire from heaven
which burnt the palace of the King's grand
father, and which has been piously pre
served, was that used. The people were
then allowed to press forward and throw on
the fire flowers of sandal wood wnicu tney
had brought: when the flames began to rise
high the princesses surrounded tho burn-
in'' mass and tittered lamentations, ine
time employed for the cremation was scar
cely an hour, and the fire died out belore
the bones were entirely reduced to ashes;
those which remained being deposited in
small urn of gold set with precious stones,
The ashes were gathered up on a piece of
fine white Bluff, which was placed on
golden dish and conveyed, with great cere
mony, by the princesses in monrning, in
boat, to a consecrated point of the river,
lo be thrown into tho water. After the
cremation the fetes continued for three days,
and were terminated by the removal of the
urn containing the relics of the sanctuary
of the Kings of Siam."
Death op an Old Settles. Iraneis
GammeL of Memiota, died last week. He
was one of the oldest settlers of Minneso
ta. He was a Canadian by birth, and came
here in 18'JS, settling at or near Mendota,
where he resided with J. B. Faribault for
a number ot years. . In 1852 he lived at
Le Claire's settlement, now known as
"Pig's Eye," where he had a small farm.
Gammel was married to a Dakota woman.
In July of that year, a war party of Chip
pewas numbering about 100,- came down
the Misbisbiupi, for the purpose probably
of attacking tho Siout village at Kapo
sia, juht opjiotiite. Finding Gammel's wife
at work iu the garden, and recognizing her
as a Dakota, they killed and scalped her,
and also another Dakota femalo, who had
an infant with her. The head ot the lat
ter was cut off. The Sioux at Kaposia get
ting the alarm, attacked their enemies, but
the latter, from their ambush, got the ad
vantage, and 13 of the Dakotos fell in the
attack. . -
Mr. Gammel afterwards removed to Men
dota, and remained. He has had several
children. Some of his sons fought brave
ly in our Minnesota troops, and a married
daughter, named Thomson, lives in St
PauL Mr. GamiHursTigB was about 70
vears SL Paul. Pioneer.
Y"JK WILL PAY AOF.NTS Sjt'23 per week and
ww evnense.. to sell the Greatest llisaoveries of the
aea. Address Wiikatoii, Hkkux A tX., Marshall, Mica
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en the haeka of fourteen camels, and brought acrane
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CVu IN THr Hv.ad," also for o-'leusive BreaUL, Loss
or Impairment or the Sene of Smell, Taste or Heannr,
Watering or Weak Kyes, Pain or Pressure l'jtiie Head,
when caused, as they all not uo frequently are, by thr
violence of Uaaarrb.
I offer, in aud taith. a standing tcewa vd of XaUU tor
ease of OataiTh that I cannot cure.
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Unwritten Word. Hone-tinted paper, ornate engrnv
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OK THE CITY OF
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York, with capital lunitea to
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Ben. II. Dewey, -
M - l; tin.nfi.l and well known hnsi-
inis com..ini.- . ,k. K.rif R.nb
ness men baa assnreu -iih.
or Ter, inre " .t,k. I The utmost
. , j a fA.tr, r. oi lis nuaine
1 I Han saa A ft h I tllOwi
ourriinH I. .11 nl..iL
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... A l..o. .h!h
acquires nearly ail ne power. -T .- ,r-
Banks. Trust Companies, Insnrance lJoxpaniej Rail-
read. Manufacturing, ana otuer "Ts-nI,"
tors of Kstatee, Trustees, r'lc"'"'""""
are invited to open acoounie w.ui u-w " -
Business Paper Discounted for Mercbants and Depos- j
itors at seven per cent, per-annum.
lr.nl Fiscal Acenciesoi states, aiuuieiiuii, wu
11 wiru ""-.r: . . . . . . -. . .
tiic- DrniTT.BTTY OF HOFFS MALT EX
TRACT is known to every one in l-.urope ana man in
America-its me is not conttned tp any rcmareiass,
: - i.- . . ..rl u intra finnk it aa well as tne
, r 1 1 1 1 it tn ru,uaiwa. w . . . .
S, ,t Knmrous decorations and diplomas, and the
le. l Denrsl nave conierreu "i ,
.. ... .. , a . i.ku.Mtw
0.!e "fcanMd phjsicians both here and
.l.m.tl nnitA in nrODUUBClDC uasaieai
I ;rH,;T;;rio,ia. Coukos. Colds, etc
M - STOfAKDG
Tiuui T A- as lireenwicli SI..N. 1 .
DOLE HtKHiN ma U"",tt
Balance Valvg Combined
Warranted to five entire
satisfaction. One will bo
aent to any responsible
party on thirty days'
trial, to be returned at
our expense If not as
Prlce-Llst and Pboto
S-aphs aent on appua
DIURETIC AND ALTERATIVE
1 sew aad rateable preparation for tke re
lief sad eare of Orayel, Irritatloa ef tie
Bladder and Urethra, Dropsical, Khea
matie aad Goaty Affections, Palis
la the Bark aad Lolas, Ac, Ac
To those suffering from diseases of the Kid
neys aud Bladder, and the consequent train
of distressing ailments, this remedy is confi
dently recommended as a relief, snd needs but
a trial to prove Its great valuo in the cure ot
Dlie above mentioned diseases. As an Altera
tive, this Elixir will be found much more
lieneficial than the preparations of Sarsapa
rilla, so popular, (and we might say of ques
tioned medicinal value), and where tsiooa
..HAor I. ianVil. there is no question but
Diuretic and Alterative Elixir
win ,.w...,.iiLh .11 that is desired. Those
living in malarious districts, West snd South,
as a enerul thing need, on the approach ol
warm weather; such A remedy; one that will
remove languor, and restoro tone snd vigor to
the svstcui. No preparation will more effectr-
nally accomplish this than the
DIUETIG USD ALTERATIVE ELIXIH.
it Is by far a more potent snd effectual Alter
ative aud Blood Purifier than Sarsaparilla, and
free from all objections that may be made
against the Utter, and its usual adjuncts.
Iodide of Potassium, or some preparations ol
SAM'FACTl'KKD BI THK rBOPUIWOllS,
Importers sad Dealers la
OILS, Sco., Sets.
ChemicaiC 4 Pharmaceutical Preparations,
1TN W. Cor.' 4th and Vine Street
Cinciimati, - Ohio
Very few jirrioiif think when they havo
a fine unit of ll.nir of I he very freat minor-taiii-e
of cullivi-Aiiii-4 it in their youth.
Nothing cau bffinorc becominir or tleei ru
ble in old a'c tlwin a fiue full M IT of II III.'.
In order to tieicure thii. years have been
spent by Da. t'ni.FiKT in perfect in? this
valuable article. It contains 0 M'LPHI'I!!
Ml Ni t, I K LEIIf! ! JiO tUUIIOL!!! NO
iiisniii'i niuiniM. MtTTI.Itlll! to
burn and destroy the very delicate root cl
the HAIR. '
It is l'L'lf ELY VEGETABLE contains
the only vct'clableoil evor discovered that
promotes the rouh and produces lnu.!!
luxuriant locks of Hair. It is delicately
ptrfuraed withtheswoeteorninst rrnirraut
flowers. This article in found in the larjie
Cities on almost every toilettee, but more
nppet'iaily auion? the room raetuonauie
i lar-wH, as it lias proved tii beAhe only ar-
ii.l,ithai xa ill reLiin the Hair lu nosllion
any leu"th of tinio After drecsin:.'. It is
twed by Ladies' Hair Dresners nnd Barbers
at all the leauin iiotei. ui m nmmij
It irrms throe tirneo as far as alcoholic arti
cles. Alcohol preparations from the natu
ral hoat of the head evaporates and leaves
the Hair narched and dry. Price 60 cts.
CAXBT, Glim f 0., Proprietor!,
OLD BV A Lit. DRUGGISTS.
I WHOLESAI.r. BV
PaiaI.EE, FINCH Sc FULIaER,
wr t nrll 1I KiN snffering from Nervous Debility,
W Premature leoay, belt Abuse, Ac. send for
NrnvwItpiS HunTcure. Neverfail. ill)bymaU.
CHICAGO BUSINESS CARDS.
R. A: CO.. S3 and 55 Lake St.. wholesale
HA.!.m in Straw Goods. Millinery. White Goods,
llosiery. Gloves and Fancy Goods, 63 and 56 lake street,
PAPER AND RAGS.
AFLIN, Bl'TIaKIttVCO.. Dealers in Paper,
li Printers' Mock, Ao. Cash paid fur Hogs. 42 aud
44Siate street, Chicago.
TIIE tJrent Frrnrli Srrrt for Ilie or bents.
Address 1. B. GALLsXDnA, Toledo. O.
i.'.n.i. RaormL Takes in town and country. Rapid
s&las, large commissions, ft U. tVaWc,Wnoaapola!Minn.
- vtTl. il V l HV SKXniNK 25 UKNTS AND
1 1 lta of birth. I will send rt correct picture of
fntnt husband or wife, with name 'and data of
Address U. C. CUTLKK. Cartbage, 1U.
Dr. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA
Hundreds of Thousands
Bear U-stlmony to thflr Wonder
ful Curative Kllecta.
2 s WHAT
.1 B. TI
THEY ARE.K0T A VILE 1 3
Made of Poor Unm, Wbi-tUey. Proof Spirits
nndnefuse laiquor-t doctored, Fplccd jfn.lnwcet-
sned to nlcase the tab called ' Tonics," " Arfw tix-
ers " - Restorers." Ac, that lead the tippler on to
rtrnnkenneus and ruin. but are a true Medicine, made
from tiie Native Roots nn.l Ilrrbs of Cn! norma, tree
from nil Alcoholic Stimulant. Ihcysro the
liUKlT 11 LOO I) PrilIFIEIt nnd A J.lr t.
fllVIXIS PKIXCIPL-K ancTicrt innovator auu
Invlgoratorof the System, carrying off all poisonous
matter and restoring the blood to a healthy con dtlon.
No person can take these Bitters aceordins to direc
tion snd renin In lornr unwell.
1 OO will be riven for an Incurable case, provided
the bones arc not destroyed by mineral poison or
other means, and the vital ortrans wasted beyond the
nolnt of repair.
For Inflammatory and taronu: ituruiuu-
I..H nnd t.ont. Dyspepsia, or 1 11.11.10! 1011,
Bilious. Iteiiiilteut and Intermittent i event
me.-iui -xol theUlootl, I.iver, KIdneyi and
.ladder, these Bitters have bee u nut success
ful. Surii Ilim-aeen causcu uy imuitu
Illooil.wl'tcli I generally produced by derangement.
r.r tir i;ri.aai Jvr Orirnii.
..vuLPUIt fill. lVnU.K.STlO. "fan
win-. Pain In the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the
Che4t. Dirzinciw. Sour Eructations 01 tuc mouiw.ii,
Bad taste In the Month, Bilious Attacks, 1 aipnauuu
of the Heart. InQammatlonol the Lungs, l'mn In the
regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
svmntoms. are the offsprings 01 iijrpepsia.
Tliev lnviirorate the itomacn, anil siimuiaie me ior-
nld liver and boweln. which render them of unequalled
efficacy in eleansing the blood of all impurities, and
imnrtlnc new life and vigor to tne wuoie yhieui
K-iiltSKIX DISEASED. ..riipuons.iciMrr.D.u.
Riinem.Blotclies. Spots, I'iiiipies.Puitules.Boil8,Car.
hiinrlM uiii-Wiinns, Scald Hind. Sore Eyes, Eryslp.
elas-l'ch fVun's. Discoloration of the Skin, Humors
ml niafttsvsof the Rkiu.orwhalcvernaiiieoriiaiure,
.r utorallv dun- uo and earned ont 01 tne system in
lmrt time b v the use of these Kilters. Ouo bottle In
such eases will convince the most Incredulous of their
a-n rati VP ffTt'CL.
r-leanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you una lie
ImpurlticsbunitiiigUiropgh the skin iiiriiii.lc,Enir
tinns or sores s cleanse It wlica you nnd It obstructed
and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it wnen n is lom,
and vour feelings will tellyou when. Keep the blood
pure and the health of the syM'-ni wln follow.
PIS, TAPE and other .VOIIMS. lurking In the
system of so many thousands, are effectually destroy
ed and removed. For full diiectlons, read carefully
the circular around each bottle, printed in four lan-guages-Knglish,
German, French and Spanish.
J. WALKKU, Proprietor. R. IT. McDONALD CO,
Drugjikts and Gen. Agents, San Francisco, Cal,
and Si and 51 Commerce Street, New Tork.
ty SOLD BY ALL DRJG0IST9 AND DEALERS.
ffleadow King- Blower.
JfnwsM by Srtgg, Flyer Co., Tnmanurj, A'. Y.
m... h jiw ,t-.rt nrl mnmt atnrahle Mower made
The Knife is always in line with the Pitman, thus avoid
ing friction and enabling it u worx ireeiy in any jaiu,iaaa
of the Cutter-Bar. It is the only periectly flexible Cutter-Bar,
and excels all other Mowers en rough ground.
Kor circulars or information, send to S. La. SKtLDO.N,
Madison. Wis., General Agent for Wisconsin, Minne
sota, and Northern Iowa; also agent for New Yorker
Uuna a.lhaaa M avah innrV. or to J. D. KAS1KK.
Chicago, Oenaral Agent for Illinoia, Southern Iowa, Ac.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN!,
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
Mr. (Cures Oolio and Gnping in
A nitcinnb'a Bowels nd facilitates the
svrmi. process of Teething. J
iHnhdnes Convulsions and; Price
UTiiMiwh! overcomes all diseases mci-V -
aaaami,,. rdent to intantaaaa cimuronj t-mra.
Bin. (Cures Diarrhea. Dysentery! Price
Whilcomb'a 'and Summer Complaint in li-
Syrup. (Children of aU ages. ) t'eute.
It is the Great Infant's and Children's Soothing Rem
edy in all disorders brought en by Teething or any
Pibv the GRAFTON MFDIOINE C. St
LouisMo. Sold by Drug gisU and Dealers in Medicine
A Book for tlie Million.
. I iiIKBor those about
f XTT1"C ' to marry, on the
VT U XaWJCJn Iphytuological mys
teries and revelations of the sexual system, v its i the
Utest discoveries in producing and preventing oHi'pring,
preserving the complexion, Ac. . . .,w
This is an interesting work of two hnndred sndtwen
four pages, witn numerous engravings, ",fjn
valuable informaUon to those who are .rnarried
template marriage; still it is a book that oughts to be
under lock and key, and not laid carelessly about the
b8ent to anv one (free of postage) for Fifty gen .
' Addiess Or. Butts' Dispensssy No-13 N- ,-'h,h ..
sNoUee to the Afflicted nnd l'""""":
Before aoplymg to the notorious "bo ad -er
lis. in public papers or naing anv Quack Rkmkuiks.
peruse Dr. BuMsMrork. no matter what your disease w.
or h.w deplorable your condition.
Dr. Butts can be consulted, personally or by ma 1. on
the diseases mentioned in hi. works. Ortice. ISa 13 n.
KighthSlTbet. Market and Chestnut, bt Loms,Mo,
HENRY CLEWS & GO.
(UNITED STATUS TRKASURV BUILDING.)
32 Wall Street, N. Y.
CLEWS, HACIGHT & CO.,
The bnsiness of our firms is condnctsd in the same
nmnnrr, in all rrwpects, as that of an Incorpo
rated Itnuk. Parties keeping their acconnu with ns
ineither t'l Kit ENl-V or ;OI.I. 111 MK
AT KltillT, without notice. Inlerrwt will also
be allowed upon all daily balances; credited monthly
and account current rendered.
We issue OrtiHrmtra of Deposit. paysDle en
demand, or at hied date, bearing interest, and avail
able in all parts of the Iniied !!. ......
W. are at all times prepared to make AIVAt c.
to our Dealers on approved collaterals at market
rates of intereiat.
We buy and sell Gold. Ttille of Exchange, . ev
er nine nt, Ktate and t'ity Bonds, and other Urat
class Secnrities, on commission.
F.PEC1AI. ATTENTION given to negotiating
Railroad and other Corporate laoans.
We maket'Ol.laE4,'TIN- promptly of Coupons,
Dividend,., Notea, Dralta, Ac., .t all points in
the United blatos, :anda. or Kurope, and are fully
preparea to oner iiRaniBi
l urrencv or Gold baaia
ireparea to oner nsssiss r .run iar uub biuiot
Weed Family Favorite
Manufactured by the Weed R. M. Co , Hartford, Ct.
as now perfected, is the Bkbr and MOST KKUABIJi
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE,
For aix KTWDfl of family work, now in use. I twill do a
LaaoEB ran as of work, sewing from the UiiUTrsr
goods to toe BRAvnurr bksvkb cloth or IJuriiSK, with
out change of Needles, Thread or Tension. 1 1 is simple
and not liable to get ont of order. It has s straight
needle and makes the Lock Stitch. Responsible Agents
wanted in every ooanty. A liberal discount to the trade.
Send for price list and terms to Chi). II. THOMAS A
(HI., 1X1 lake St, Chicago. Areola lor the Norlhwent.
gay where ion saw Uus advertisement.
KIDDER'S PASTILLES. A Sum Relief for
i.r.a Price 4u eents by mail.
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I!w ialji ltl
V Vaf , M-.r--v.f--- iT-:-if a 0 P
100 invested in Advortising in this List will place your Card before
350,000 Readers DAILY.
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HaviDff aeenrea. nn.lpr rontract, a iar,.e "P
i .i,i. li-t n offer tne same w
i"- , ..na.e
We will insert m mo un ui - r- -
wH.k four weeks st th low Price of One Hun.lrvd
wet-a, tour weeas, si uw ;ow pmn
nt T, rr. u Tn
WKKKS, in lb. daily teueg of e Pper.
EVEKY DAY, for ouo week; aud tno uomiwauc r"""
Qoincy Whig and Republican,
Kock Island A rrus.
Rock Island Uuk.ii.
Des Moines Register.
Connril Blcffa Bn;l.
(Vnncil Bluffs Nonpareil.
Madison Journal. .
Saint Paul Press.
Hannibal Courier. Saint Joseph Union.
Saint Paul Pioneer.
Saint Joseph Herald
Nebraska City Press.
Denver City Tribune.
NOTICE TO PERSONS AFFLICTED WITH RUPTURE.
Is now in Chicago for a .
consulted at the office
Gav. Advertising Agents, 133
wish iliftbpTiPfit of his cxDerience in the special treatment
" - " x
n tt . tt- 1
01 Hernia. 'IIS apUliailUe UIIU
cure in all cases, uunn cure
-, , T A
kind of Labor without the sufierinp; and annoyance attending
the use of Trusses. Dr. S.
many persons who could not
nn fiYPPllftnt onnortumtv to
graphic likenesses ol remarRabie cases, eiore anu aitci,
,--.x vxrUV. thor ; r. form nt inn.
cii v- nini umvi uuuau..... 7
Remember Dr. Sherman's principal office is by i Broaaway,
New York, that he has had oU
tTR.it.incr Rnnture. and that he
o r '
r. . i . -. . nn.it;n
- " r
i.nii - ..r..,. .
of one iacb. tlaiU. in each paper eTery olner
.. .,.,, , ,m.. nrlrn of tl ir nnir
Dollars ($100) an average price oi 4 per paper,
mr for a U-hs uuio than four wet-ka.
mj eviy otheb wkrk. altkrxate
Springfield State Register.
Des Moines Statesman.
Keokuk date City.
La Crosse Leader.
Kansas City Time.
Lawrence J ouroal . .
Central City Register.
WYOMING DAILIES Cheyenne Leader.
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NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING AGENTS,
67 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
short time only, and may De
of Messrs. Hudson, Menet &
Dearborn St, by those who
1 ...! .-. miornntoo i"t
t;UIllIJtJUlItA iWC ik guu,iiaimvv " 1
11. HMX. ' a An v. -ir-i a-a-a.4a-k-a.TYii O Tfc V7
, l i . - . r
me uuticub cm jj-chuau as-jr
visits Chicago at the request of
go to New York. This affords
tnose in tins secuon oi me
cured. Pamphlets, with photo-
mailed on recemt oi ten cents.
- i . .
years practical experience m
can remain in Chicago but a
XXX KEFINEI TALIaOW 1HX, sUnds
lower temperature than Lard Oil, and is equal to it aa
a Lubnoatue. Pni e t kUU.
DIAIOM llal.I'iMINATOH, 1r Fire Test,
Bunii Longmt. Blighted, and is Absolutely Safe.
Price ore. Address
GEO. PA RTKIDtJE iV (
712 N. Main street, St Louis, Mo.
Ii c to the
Maaf.nhvaaiMl Universitvl Bond St.
New York, for Mrs. M. ti. Brown's
aaaalaramat M tltjaiih VrUC&l Pamohlet Of 91
njea.Jriorth hnDdre.li of dollars to both nrk aud trrIL
, To sell oar
Patent Metal Sim and Door Plates
Agents are making from CM to fSJO per day. Send
your name and nil cents for a sample, which sells
readily for a. Address K SPASUKNBUKtl ACO,
Patent Attorneys and Manufacturers of Patents,
No. All S. 4th street, St. Louis, Mo. -
ii ? 1' f ti.T,' ". metlieines. sem
k&t rt itU cents. Address
VM Lexington Ave
oue, corner of K.st
th Street, sit
Comfort and Care
3far the Kuptureu.
4 receipt of 111 cents.
xar. rto i.
K. author nf
"i Medical Oommou
Sense, Plain uome
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UHICACa ST LOUIS. NKW ORLEANS
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Will dispose of ONF. HUNDRED PIANOS, MFLO
DKO.Ns,aBdORUANSofsix hrst-claes makers, icciud
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SAWS! AXES! SAYS!
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?KUTn"st.ViTXtibluhl lbSCUAS. U. It
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VTTHIS SEASON WE MAY H IV irnrZZIIK--- I
pain of toe nead, ore general mines. M l '
j e ..au.1v mat Koiaviia ran fkJI Wfla IT
ot tiie neau rihir. the
they may o t" V.IrT our d m
IAm " iT we dVeaii Oreama; ehen we li. down toer,
oVfwLngaboa. the head or the d. ; uernape
a P-'1 njii io without aueaMueas.
oannot BM, bulla that BKA.S-
These.admouiiK.ns a . " J o,. of
or six each, will m" "- ' T" ,.!,
tne woraie ""r - .n.t imuurs mat
Braudreih s puis renioTe -
itob uw uiuuu , u r.1 . f-iwl aailmlauon.
rrom me t-;i ihLuio.
feet may be so enuiN-?" ullas (.
feet mar be so cniueu wy
torown oaca uh .7,kVT - rao-
paioa. levers, lullauimauoui. .
dreW. Pills are worm more than -ol, ' P8"
traw th. whole mass ot Wood, camuu. the W""
impunues; the body feels relieved rroin
wall, t.t.u may be eipected from twj-nty 1 by
their use the w bole 01 the blood m umo becomes
punned and the bodj reoonstrucled lrom ood uialeruu .
a new lease of me secured. ,, .
Let any one wbooe health is not 1 perfect use tneao
celebrated Puis accenting to the printed directions,"
mind, the body will be improved, larenK'hened;
niainaa. .-nes. Dunutes and cocudis wul vanish. Dys
peptic so more, your louu wi i ieia pieesuie, iu.
dUHMrree. 'I no liraodretn I iH, saea, restores the
bioou s puri'y uerem m uitnr Kraau. juwr iu,
bus they eare intermit tumors ; aud aa ail tunica in
the bedy are made rrom the biuud, luaauna: it pure cer
tainly restores nenlth.
i hi iws 01 Lue are wntten upen the face of Nature.
The Tempest, VV uirtvt inda and 'I nunder ritorius bnn
health from tne soumuw oa oi. - -daiiy
ajjiutors and puriuara of the misbty world uf
,.1. ninntiad means are aa pnnhera of
nature. BHASURKTb' PiLla o
Hon3lcalou tin. blood to lUrow utt what -
rw' Tnreer. ef Savannah. Ga., says he has, for nearly
forty years, reoommeud.d brardretb's rius aj sp
cncinkellow I-ever; tnat he never l""nl.
die who took then, for this malady, be oerww
sound. Their prompt use tae out of U body tnose
matters which teen tne uuuiu .7
aeneral family medicine he considors them tar in
lldvance of ad others, and here he speaas trom personal
expenenee of their qualities.
. .Iu.. tf.haa. atiawl of COn&UmDtion St
, tie nau oouu, -"T?.-"-,
ity. Doctors recouiuaeu.ieu taxi o,. "' ------"7"
away. At last be determined to use brano ruin's riikj.
In two nvm!f1i uiey maue uw a anauu aa,-,..
Tv-ii 1 T.matv. Kjio.. Astor House. New York.
cured by Brandretn's Pills of tryspepsia and Ooetive-
, wiien all ouier meaus uawau aau
L L. Cook, publisher ot the -Mate jjanner, duo
muKton, VU. says Branur.m , -fi
UvnueDsia. alter ueK n.wa - -
miesihle; but iui bale, of Unulr.Ui s Puis restored
hu health periectly.
A voun Udy of Mount Pleasant was sore'y troubled
with Tape-worm. All advice ana meoicine laiieu 10
u..i ssha. bad no rest. Thin, careworn and
ia the uicture of nuscry. AtlaatsOe
conciuoedto try Brandretn's V'lls. In one year sne
took seventy-two Doxse. inej iiiuuuia, , m,.-m.
to her computation, over two hundred yards of ta"--worm.
At lenittn all her bad muuia leit her; see
slept and ate naturally, and bur healtii became fully
UammomtoN. V. J.. May 7, 1tL
D BBASDRKTS Hr; 1 Have lorn wanted to
.,La.itui.and eiorowi my irnitituda tor Uie beneucial
eif -cla that have been ex penencedin my own family.anU
in hundreds, aye thousaud,oJ others, by the useof lirin
dreth s Pills. 1 he hrst year my Inend BrocSway sold your
Pills IU Baastoo. 1NIN 1 was men in a uui.i. - -
heavltn. and my friends, aa well as myselt, supposed 1 ual
uiy earthly voyage would soon terminate. Air BrocX
way nnced me to Uke the Branilretii Puis, but h.viun
used so much medicine with no stand erlect. I was more
would take tliein as preecriiiea.
W(tim them, and I i.ixjily coruwio to to laxe ine.
" ' " a , , a... a.. . ..1 h.ltr
hut no as a (tilt i mm itwnc .. - -7-
. m, bsBV.,s
a wt?u,neaiiny iui - .
uoundatoltt pournli I tuen or.iereu a "l'l".
beTween that tune and tne premt I have leiailea
UVWCau aaaaa. - a - . . .
three thousand dollars' worth iu Uie-e invaluable Pills,
and am quite sure tuat I nave tbeieby been inslnuiien-
tal m saving, no nuuurous, uu, urar.ut. - -
k'ourstrnly. t,. J. k .Vi, P. as.
LUNCS AND KIUNEYS CURED.
luaac W. BriRgs. of lli.Nuifolk street. Now York, says
"TLS1 t . ir, isit is. l)jr
haahaa used Br.nilretn s riua tor mini j'"".
. Mb. i-w. becae a .o.hy
man, iboush before fte cajaiueuatii .itu wtait...
BuiioKf.TN, October 5, lrt.
To Do. BUASUBETH: It gives ma pleasure to state
the good I have experienced troni year Pills. M
eoiumonced their use, 1 hae leit in all respects hke a
new man, aud tbe rasiinai lam I took tbem to relieve
has entirely duwppeareal. At lirat 1 was prejudiced
strains them, becaose their operaiion was attended
with a severe gnptng; but on a lurthpr eipenence I
am convinced suc h pains were only caased by the medi
cine struggling with snd removing certain oosuueuons
in the bowe.s. 1 oommencd wan tiking hve pilis
every night on going to lied, and by an ii crease ofone
pill every eveuiug ran the quantity up to twelve nils,
woion number 1 cootmued to take lor ton dnya. and
then gradually reduced to nvrfpialsat a dose. Withthe
exception of tbe tnree rust dtas. I have experienced
no pain or gnpmg, bat tho operation was both easy anu
pleasaut I too the pills tor twenty-four dajs. and
noticed that 1 paaaeu a great quantity of black, bilious
look ui it, otfenuve matter, which 1 am gUil to have got
clear ot. The Brandrain Pills take riKhl bold ot sll tuat
is delf tenous in tbe bowels, aud, aa I said before, 1 now
fee! hke a new man, and de in it my duty to express
m, gratitude to yo , JJ- jwLEY.
- . -J3 Classon Avenue.
Doctob Brahdrkth: '''".'
. .. . r
. . . e a Ml -
With the bad weather and the great excitement on
political matters, I became prostrated an i was attack
ed by my old enemy, lullammatory rhi-nmtism one of
the worst attacks 1 ever haul Aly left foot aud ankle
swelled so bodiy that it was found impuhle to take
otf my atockin: except by cutting. The pain was
excruciating. I could not liear my weight on my foot.
My servant said, you must haven doctor. As I baa
before used your Pills, 1 said, "No; go and get me a
box of Brandretn's Pills-I will try them first. He
obeyed. 1 took ten, and the elfect wtw truly wonderful-
The next day the pam had ceued. the via.Uiog
gone aud 1 was able to put on my boots and walk te toe
I eaouot account for this, as I do not understand the
science ot medicine. But this I do Snow and wnto Ms
you for the beneht of outers who may be sintering rrom
acute diseases. . .
1 was sick, unable to walk ; am now well and; under
the good providence ot Cod, 1 owe my quick recovery
to BKAaNDtlKTU'S Pll.Lfa.
Name of the water st the Pi ineipal Office.
Whence the Voice-
MoiiTLS. Via. 19.1XW.
Dr. BnANPBaTTH: Dear Sir: 1 have used your Pills,
on and oU, lor the last thirty years, as a family medicine
for colds, ocetiveiMes and as a general cleanser of tne
nrstem. I am now a great advocate for them, for in
some set ions attacks ot sickness the have reeiored my
health vims other means and medicine had utterly
failed.- Some years ago. during the war, 1 bad an attaca
ot pneumonia, which 11.1 me up seven months, and it
left me ao weak tnat 1 had dtihculty in getting aoont
tr e boose without help. Then dyspepsia set in, so that
when! did eat tue lood did not stay, but m an hour
r two I would bring it up in a kind of froth. 1 hd a
dreadful cough, and it sea med as if 1 gut no good from
anythiag 1 took. In short, 1 expected to die, lor I was
near eighty, and wailed the event.
In ibis condition, feeble in body and mind, I wtsone
day sitting alone, with my head reeling upon my hands,
when t seemed to hear a votes, wtucn said :
-lake Brsndreth'sPrils; yam know they never deceiv
ed you; why deter !" , .
Doctor, I cannot write or think f these words but
the tears dow to my eyes to I his day. This wss .Satur
day night. 1 took two piUs; I took two on Sunday night :
two again en T uesday nighti-two on Friday night, and
two more on tbe Miuday mgnL I gained lrom the hrst
dose, and in Utile mure than a week went to meals with
the family as usual. Everything agreed with me: my
cough lett me, and I regained my health completely. "
1 am in my eighty-fourth year, and tew have to walk
alow to accotnmadate mew
A. I use your Pills more or less, and constantly recom
mend them. 1 thought 1 should like some from head
quarters, so have enclosed you a dollar, whicb please
send me the value thereof in fresh pills. Address J.
Araolle, Lock Box "1 Post Ottice, Mobile, Ala,
In conclusion, I may say I have s certificate signed bv
an entire Company ot the 17th Regiment ii. Y. S. V ..
who used Brandretn's Pills tluring two years service in
the held, and not a man was kxt oj disease during that
time. In tact, whether the disease be Com or Paralysi.
Coativenca or Fever and Ague, General Debility or
Dropsy, Dizziness or Pleon.tv, or otherwise, lie sure
thi ii taut takeBrandre'h's Pill they will benefit you.
and often cure when all hope has tied.
SOLD AT DR. BR AfTDRi'TfPS OFFICE, Bran-
dreth House, New York, and by Druggists. See B.
Brandretti in white le tors on tne taoverumen oirai,
which insures purchasers the 1 BLK BBANWiuciii
PHaU), theAssistant el Mature
DR. WHITT.IE.B. j
. T...-irr a 2TArnrATlS OF MEDICTNE, i
aadipkmtaatothca will show, has been longer i
emTigeil in tbe treatmentoi vmoiwumi""
Pnvato Diseases Uuui any ouicx puxniiiau aa.
ShiBs. Gonorrhea. Gleet, Strictnre. Orehitis,
tt .TTl.l i.'.i..ar- All tfrinarv Diseasee and
Syphiliiieor Mercurial Aifliclsinsof the I h roul, I
Sraormatirhoa. Sexual Dulnlity and InipoU-ncy,
as tiie result of sell-sbuaeiu youth. seusl "i
in niatorryerstvrothwcaii-tH,aiid which prrsliia-e I
Mraeof the following eiTct. as nocturnal emm-.
sions.bloUhee,dei-iUty.dizimws.dinineof sight, I!
contusion of ideas, evil ton-bodingt, aversion to h
SllCietyOl temaaCS,irOI mriiaajri .,aa-a-ar .""-B a
snd rendenn niarruage improper, are poriiia- r,
practice are iireUir,l lu St. l',Mtvll'',!?!1r M
CltV. liaCXnaaaeoi.fc. i-m.i-. - -
bwn located there longer bv year, Uwn toy oth.-rs
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The Writings of a Phyniriaa wbste re po
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Dor-rcB Wtjttttk publishes a MKDTOAL
PA M FILLET relating to venereal diratwaea and the
disastrous and vaned Consequence of sell-abuse,
that will be sent tcuyadiiresein . sealed en velope
for two stamps. Many physicians i n mart uce pat ienU
totbe Doctor alter reading his Medical Pan.phlet.
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TLK SEWING MACHINE. Price. i. It
makes the "I-ock-Stitcb" (alibeon both sides) snd is
the only licensed under feed Shottle Machine sold fur
less than Mt. Licensed by Wheeler A W ilaoo I. rover
A Baker, and Singer A Co. AU other nnder-leed
Shuttle Machine, sold for less than are mfnnge
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Address JOHNSON. CLARK A CO.. Borten, Mass.,
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