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Cores N.i 11 K Ileum.
tVre l(nriii-r' Itch.
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Ores avry l-idrif kuanr JOt
Price, BOcm box: bvmail.ftln
MitMWKESj ft potter. 170 w;n, c -
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nostras. 81 am
Sir Jsrres Clarke's Female Pills.
IT jnrahict.to ri.if -vie ucfaiHuf; in the cnre of al
thote r in I til ri cr.f rrifta CM'tftn to htch th
' Irrr.al i-orMitmion in M-bjcct, 1 by moderate mil ex
. cer-ttd n stove a. obstracuooSkfrciBiiiiateTercaoaaL
TO MAUHIKI LADIES
Tbey are trt mi!. 1"bcy in a rtirrt tim.
bnnft on the nosihly period itn regularity, end
( altucuph vcr pOw-eriui, tt.ut.nu rjo;biuf buiitui to trte
(kuiRtitatioo. In all rss of AVrrow antl Spinal A lTc-r-tif.rH.
I'lids in iie r :t.k Liit.t, ) si.if.uc CD Ehbt
fifriion. J'nii'imiton ct tua Utrrt, i-vi-i cries and
ft ( iit-. ILc wii t.tcj a ti i vLtn nil biL r tseaot
failed. 1bpenptt4 aroord each pnckaebaa
loll duoctuin and edutror will be fceui tree to ail
unting Jur it r-ejtied licm (Rcraiioo.
- JtA Jfrmrt' Sir Jim tm Onr Ftimlr Pillion esrew
. strv'i, CliTnTKl;nriH'. r. pM,n hau- fe trae q
"Job Mat-ty . iW. in. ;..,. A II tJl..-n-nr. vjn'."t
fc. Ii. In r.ll cases vl:em the :tu.f cannot be
obtained, One lt in.r, with e . rrn certx for postage,
enrirxed to tfe side l in.rior ,11 H ..'!-!, is Gort
bii.ut t-tiert, e York, rill Hiture a bottle of the-a-
w, coelaiumg J-itty Pills, by irtum mail, owt y
. ot'ti irciu axi lijcii-oae ol it ccuteiiia.
family Medicine Gases
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i .av quite. tvf:rocy AJaofti&a!a.ttM
t'i-c timfe ri7-i 1 la? f.itit.itMm Daw!.- sir.ii.-j
n..d hcUt-f Iriii'e citoo'icu, ncecotteut wilu iJh
Well, nT fiier i. I can do a g-toa deal fc roa
I rata s.rui y. a ik.i A o;r I mil' 0.st- r
foi-.KOi . r'.:z W uiin'h baa a c?ua!f Ltv.k
ci diicctns u:r. a o. .-a n .rjun ot all tne variant
oiMs4tf v: r,r.n l-'at pT.i?i.i-lyt rjit trl
a n'.tK triiii-r tt. Ht.iic;iii-s. dy.tt, tic
Vl-c th"i.mis-i1..i:'u nil tf'.-ukfc'l aad hilitsi.cov-t-rcxl
n bua t v. .- f atut b tc i've la a jMrii. ul. r cs;C
-Md tae 4iir.-cL-ia:ei. i?tau kndMRi4iH 1 uJ jutin.-pL
ict fro aity " -it. one f-t 1 c--iv Vtmor yur it
vUi tw arl l.'. rri t art U.rt;e lourthsot ail 'fu
caaet atinf fc octuria JtiimiT. c c;.n dc
-11. b1cas6aa-t.ie airfc cttiKi rpwticiil afronct
.od lor.(f hdi-'re b a--c?&r a-mi!fi tM-c.lted. and ihuf
Ujrt tbe fr1 rtti ttte r,rrK.'rrvmiy at oiic. &nr
s.orejt h.t0'eiC-.-rK.'Us. in astnx 1 tl-P-Miiiilenrb
cttottJrt niert cirra. ai via rid druseuif! ttu
?itieEt and t"its ;iiti( th( svst-ui, and luyiui; Ilia
l-uo'laf ion ot tof;ircli.-. Von.iloart' tbiifC;iwU!ro
i. entdi;-ate .io ti"ndm-it- o chr-jic disease whicb
v.Kt in 3r mnni t.iTiittit' and ndirtdaals; aurb ai
Srrttfuui, 7.-'f. i,Htu-;-t'.H. 'r I ;y ho nts. from time
Unio, as oi-r.-ii-.n ipairtti lor sut-b ailments ir li
&Lm mv x-tir, ot t? r not i-a!y ia tha
pajwinK d ifwa f.twd, bat Iti tiau'tdation. sw tii stte.ik.
ol sutMHiiM:nt and ci ase riiooi.ic rii:s;s is rlu'vei
Srte cou3e;-urtnce is th:A tue whole tamilv imiiivive m
tft'ai'i, Uave la and ie- sicUnpss Ironi ycr to year.
UitW. moia- viror and bettr cnstitnti.iiis, ami thus
raduaM) you work out from under Uie b.-mu ot iiise.No
ajkd doctor. ,lut tbe reverse ot this ?s trun, tindfrold
Scu(wl Lreat-meat. l-.very Tillaiiioiis loe ol mitirine
pave the way to snother.one rit-of the doctor otttsn
noc8sitt8 another, and a rooti thorooeh old-schtxl
tloctur cau make jx.l".ents cuoi't-h in the rirt ten year
- 4if tiis rrofesirnal lue. to keep hnn bueyfoT tlie balance
of iiw diiya. 'J'b1! wfekfiof r.ten, i:i;ul iy me annne
nf calomel. bliie-masA. rjumine. bdine. tKnnni and
po?a.-itim. ara the h:tn,st lftds t" xiovtoriv So my
trv.nd itet outot ttiiw.-yof dK:torine. tc! a ccseof
ir-vCiKi. and doi-trryanrefft anii fain ilv ben yoa can.
ari when yon mu-t have a i.irtor. tiend for the nioat
it.fiitde one in your rea-h. and you will tron bavo aick
and doctors rare viMfot n t your bouse.
V'lis is no fan.y istetch. No mere windy pmniisa.
l'l'jands hare done so. and you tuay do UKeiyiats.
ftirount inrolved m rijeenperitneatianotlaraudtUa
attempt wcu a-orta a trial.
' .X to BO Inrce via.1". noro:r nrrnw
'V'1hI rt". finiiii i.i:itY n am-riiio tr
'. ry ordinary iti-ie.i-.' . n Inmily in
tne 1 as mid oovks rt divert :uii.n
. ; - . . trom ts () to .s.ri-'i
Smaller Fitinily and Travel-nat .rf, wii h ?ti
to 'jo viols . i-'tu . to
Specific for Ml lrivnp I)i r r. ;: for
4'iirinaT and for l'i-rvMitive u in
rials and pock et cases -.ti.- i to S3
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iti.ii. iini.'-, sf' J.U-.! us nl ihe
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II '! r?. Mil SMr-M.
t'riufstf ozofi cents; Fiiifss Sl.OO: OimrtM,
fheao Kemedies. eicent POXD'S F.XTBAtTI",
brtJifl case or Mottle Im. v. are sent to ni mr l fbt
ONintry. by mail or express, free of choree on receipt
of the pri.e.
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Office and Depot, No. 52 tnoADWiT, New York.
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WE W ANT F.VFBT 0 K WHO AS RIAX Mtfs
AlCOTT'8 "!,1TTT,R WOMEN" A "T1K OLD
rASHFONKD to read bor firat novel
One chapter ale do Tite Golhf.51 WrrnncG"ata
Farm House, is worth the price of the bock 75 cents,
aper, $1.2 cloth, at all the bookstores, and By mail O
receipt of the price.
I-OUINfJ, rublislicn-, Host on.
. OF THK AOF.
DR. KENNEDY'S RHEUMATIC
AND JTEUKAXGIA DISSOLVENT.
Header, you mar conskler thi a sort of spread calr
neadinK. but 1 mean every word o iL i Lave been
tnere. Vben your ryatem ut racked, wiua
pain, aod you eannoteven turn yourself in bed, ersitiirtr
n a chair, yen must sit and antler, in the morning v?iah
. inn it ae D.-tH, and at night witbinc; ii was dui:ir
Wnen you hiive
men erery nerve in yourTieina; is like tbe sting of a
waca, eircalatiag the most venomons and bot ioiaun
around your heart, and driving you to the very fence o
madness: Wnen you have the
- ISCIATICA. .
that I have jnst rot through with,1 that most awfnl
moat beart-witherma;, meta. atrenfib destrnyinr, mos
rpuit-breaaiag and mind-woakeuinof ail diaeaaea that
3an aiilict our poor him an nature. V hen you have Uie
lying and writhing in agony and pain, nnab!a to torn
yourself in bed, and every movement will go to your
heart like a knife; now tell me, if relief and cure m any
ot tbeae ditwaoea in a few days is not thfl tireatedt
Medical lileaEiOg of tbe Are. tell as what at I
OIK WTTIONS TO US RL- Von will take a tahlenmnn
ful and three snooofuls of water three times a day. and
in-Hc days every parlwle of rbeumaxac and neiualgie
pain woi I. oiMsoive'i ana aes on f me kKIneya
Manufactured by DON ALU KJiNNEIJV
WHOLWJiT.v; A4F-VT8. Fultsr, Finch PJO J "Jeira f
A SrriiUi, K V. Dwycr !)., kurubains A Van Kcbaark.
iiunourt a rxiNaii, loima&c King. Obicago; drjil
nnon, i.ice 4 rusiog, rwworiti jwn, KabiiM.-n t
8 iroidu Milwankee; Mi.'ulioch A lldord. tzti irosse:
..ores Lros !L 1'anl; OoUina Bros., Z. K W'etzeL
meyers uroa., jjoow; moore m i aroet. z.aui:ertrian m
At retail by ail drnaeista, Price 1-W
1'br I.ivine ilnrbine.
Injure the rait a spHni of a w it cx an i evey .irti
of tie works become disordered. The human stomach
is to the hnraas system what that elastic piece of metal
is to a chronometer. It influences the action of th
other organs, and controls, to a certain extent, the
whole living machine 'i beconiparit-on may lie carried
further, for as the weaknes or other imperfections of
. tne main spring is irxucaura on the lace ol I be time
pHce. to sIm is tbe weakness orother diamderot the
stomach bttrayed liy ine lace of the uivalul. he com
pletion is sallow or faded. tte e es are deficient in
lustre and intelligence, and there is a worn, annou
eipressinn in toe countenance wntch tell as plainly as
written words coo Id do. that ine rrriu umri--jiy oram
whose ottice it is to niiniMer to tbe wants ot tbe body,
and to f obtain and renew all its parts, is not perform
ing ftaduty. it reitiires renovating and regulating,
and Ui accomplish IPis end If ostetter's Stimiaca llt
tera may be truly said to tie thr me fAiny Meeria. The
broken main spring of a watch mav be replaced by a
new one, hut the Homach can only lie repaired and
strengthened, and Ibis is one of tbe c-bjocts of tbe
famous vegel able restorasite which for eighteen yearn
has been waging a successful coi test with dyspepsia
in all climate. As a speciltc for indigestion it stands
alone. W hen the resources of the Pharmacol irea have
tieen exbsuated, without, at best,doing more than uiiti
' gating thu compiainL A course of this wbole3omeand
palatable, powerful stomachic effects a perfect and
permanent cure. In all costs of dyspepsia the liver is
la or- or less disordn- d, audunon "this import mt gland
as well a- upon the wn;ach acd laivela, the l.itteraact
with singular distinctness, regiit-itiiig and reinvigora
tiug every st:re4iyd and a-ssimiHting organ on wbauh
bodily and mental bejiltb deMnd. -
Meadow King- Mower.
tlam'd Gt. ji, rhjrr fc Ol., Tnanmrnhtrrg, t. Y.
Tbe lightest draft and most durable Afower made.
The Knite is always in line with tue I'itman, thus avoid
ing friction and enabling it to work freely in any position
of tbe Cutter-Kxr. It is tbe only perfectly ileuliie I !ut.
ter-tar, and eicels all other Mowers en roiiirh rronnd. I
J or circulars r information, send to S. L. iH.Ki.JN" i
. aiaaison. v is., ieneral Agent for Wiscoasin, Minne
sota, and Northern Iowa; alsoagenttor Aes Yorker
Keapers and other Machinery. .r to .1. I). KA.STFR,
Chicago, tieneral Agent far Illinois. Son them Iowa, Ac
A GREAT OFFER.
ilorox Wat era, 4St ISrofldmiyv N. Y.
Will dispose ot OK Hi;NDT?FI n A VOR. HfFTV.
I M ) K S, an d t RI i A S of at x b rst-class makers; inclnd -ing
Ihjcaenng A Son's, at i siiiumi li low j-inciTR,
Pob cash, miursri this month, or will take from $5 to
k2a moot a If until paid. lyr
nistillersOf ALCOHOL, SPIRTTS, WTT1SKIKS, and
tbe eeiebrated IMPfCrUAL OIN. bend for a Fnoe
asst. He aleiy eoffperirm.
54 V 56 Sowth Water St ( bl-a-e.
I: as 1
ORIENTALISM IN NEW ENGLAND.
The Chinese at the Lapstone—Our
Photographs of the Pigtails "Ah
My" and "Ah Sing" in their New
North Adams Mass. (June 17) correspondence of
the Boston Advertiser.
Ah My ifi short of statne, (light
ly bnilt, and his leardleRS lace suggests
that he is yet but ft boy; but we most not
ndpre his ape by home standards. His eves
seem lialf shut, bo narrow are they, but
tm-y are keen and quick. His skin is
frisky. Lis nose flat, his teeth prominent
IIaU iiiai head is Khaved close; on the crown
i s coiled the' long braided cue of jet black
Lair, terminating in a tassel, which would
be Landing about Ah My's heela were he in
full dress. Bis cue is 6horter than those
of eome cf his comrades, as he is young;
there re some in the party which just
touch the ground. It is the dearest pos
session cf a Chinaman, and the one mem
ber cf the company who is old and bald,
wears a false one, pinned to his pate the
Lord knows how. Ah My has saved the
hexdd of some of hi comrades since he got
in from his long journey, and has had the
same service performed for himself as the
crowning act of a thorough ablution which
has left him clean as wax. His hands are
very small, and delicate and soft as a wo
man V, owing, perhaps, in some measure
o his wearing long sleeves and having a
national habit of clasping his bands to
gether in the overlapping ends, as in a
ainff. - He wears a blue nankeen blouse,
made iu China, with much care of stitch
ing, fuitenod by lrogs and Fmall brass
buttons; loot-e trowsers of the same stuff;
stockings like anybody else, and wonderful
ly easy little slipper-like bhoes, the toes
pointing a little upward, the soi an. inch
thick, of white pressed wooL
Ilin Lead' is incongruously covered
with a common soft hat, of
Auit-rican manufacture, Mr. Sampson's
agent finding hiaipu-lf obliged to provide
all ii charge in this respect before
Iqnitiitwr Siin Francisco. Ah My bears
uinim ii inuirr tu$ijf uuit )Cii mm la ucrt-
tuin dignit, as we inspect him. He is
studying English with all his iuighx, and
lone no opportunity to gain a crumb of in
formation. "What yon call?" he says,
plucking at the ccuch by which he stands.
"Ued," we answer. "Yes, I know, b-d,"
he replies, shaking LiR head, and pointiDg
stiil more vigorously, "but what yon call ?"
"Mattress," we reply; and whoever meets
Ah My for the next hour will hear him
softly repeating, with much motion of the
jaw and manifest difficulty of combining
the syllables, "Mat tress; mat tress,"
until he knows it perfectly, and is ready to
absorb another atom of knowledge in the
same slow way.
Faa we now into the next room, used
by the new colonists as Hitting room and
dining room, furnished with benches and
tables, and lighted with gai an nnnces
aary piece of liberality on Mr. Sampson's
part, as the laborer's contract and expect
to provide their own candles but adding
much to the cheerfulness of the place.
Here again the place swarms with China
men, in a great variety of interesting occu
pations. Hut before we begin to examine
them in da-tail, Mr. Sampson introduces
"Mr. King," the Chinese foreman, who can
explain much that would otherwise be
Ah Sing is not an ordinary Chinaman. A
young man like most of his fellows, his
fare shows a brighter intelligence, or per
haps rather a wider culture than, any of
the rest. He has been eight years in this
country, serving the first five faithfully as
a hortso servant, cook and chambermaid,
and his made such progress in his stay as
to enable him to command the "great
wages," for one of his race, which I have
already mentioned. He is Americanized in
many ways. He wears the garments of our
civilization throughout, a remarkably natty
boot fitting his Utile foot; but he still cher
ishes the native fashions, and has brought
in his baggage for nse on special occasions
Chinese shoes ol gorgeous embroidery, and
a superbcoat of sea otter skin lined with silk,
which paid a prodigious duty on entering
California. He Bpeaks broken English
readily; but being a fast talker of 6wift
ideas it is impossible, for your correspond
ent at least, to understand him when he
nndertakes a long explanation, though his
short answers are plain enough. He reads
print pretty well, dodging the hard words
as a child would. He has taken an Eng
lish name fot common use, being 'Char
lie" in everyday life, and "Mr. Sing" only
on state occasions. More remarkable than
all, he has joined the Methodist church,
and brings a letter of credit from his San
Francisco pastor to the cL rgyman in North
Adams in the approved way. I should not
i " j. i . r.u . A:
uwiiiuo iaj jircurcfc a juu vuiigreauuu next
Sunday, to hear the new member's Tela-
tirn of experience. Still another of Char-
lie'a . acquirements was brought out
by an incident of the journey hither. At
from the East towards emigrants from the
West began to make itself heard. Abi"-,
somewhat tipsy Irishman, forced his way
into the car, breathing menaces ef violence,
and drew his loaded revolver upon the fore-
man, who strove to prevent him. Charlie,
with one motion, seized the fellow's pistol
hand and held it harmlessly aloft, and at
the Banie instant drew his own revolver and
held it against his. breast "You leave, r-
said Ah Sing's gentle tones. "Me shoot
you. Me just as quick shoot you as net"
And bo he backed the astonished Irishman
out of the car and down the steps, in a way
that showed he had learned somcthiDf be-
cides relirnon in fiintit renra cnonf in i',.li
fornia and Nevada.
1 he young men who fill this room, rest
ing from their journey and waiting to be
ret at work, are neither smoking nor drink
ing, talking obscenity nor quarrelling, as
some classes of immigrants I wot of would
be likely to be; nor are any of them abso
lutely idle. Here one is reading with evi
dent ease and rauiditv a Chinese boot
which he has brought with him,
i our people can all read, I observed
to Ah Sin g. "We have some immisrants
come here who can't read."
It is edifying to watch the Chinaman's
"No read English, you mean?"
Some who cannot read at alL in their I
"What lor not learn, when children ?
Lazy? Bad? Fool?
.t r'ki- . . I
IU Ulliull Vim UUJ L-L lO KCUOOl. IIP I
says. "If no want to go, law make go Boy
learn ouick. teacher keen Lim in nnl
time after school. Bov behave bad. teach-
er make him stand Ions time hands in
lefik. so - illustrating oranhicallv.
bov in China not lMn fr, rl "
At the next table a Chinaman hasimtont
from his slender baggage a blans book, the
of thin, wmtef-brownTOr., al!
numbersd in Chinese chter in ,i,i,h
he is beginning to keep a journal in up and
. " - i
nown lines, dust beyond a eronD sur.
niuiHiH one ot mo aseu cooks, who. wit a a
- 1 1 , , . . . .
little ledger, made and ruled in China, s
charging to each man's account the shirts
and stockings Charlie has boucht lor
them in the village, and which they are
i: i i. i. in. t I
dividing in hich glee. The writer has a
i:i.it r Voi-Ttf jk ta;.. ;i. 5
" " ...r,- Vr.t " B"u
utcb n ii lie ijhiiici a utvir iiriisii n Ttinn ma.
. aT-.- wm I
.CM Vrt. . nhnmi a a4 i. i1 . I
characters, it seems a marvel he can
lon them so nicely, and an impossibilitv
that anvone culd learn fi tt nt raniie
'u i... v ,u ' 1 ',
em Tu .uttc.n. x urlul.r 1(U B Kroup oi
eacrer learners are making a befinnino- in
English by way of the primer, will a
connleof bright Berkshire 1h,1 ,:A onnnoh
to act as nedWues to snr-h nrlii nl.f
Wi .?r.?. , . : . -t . , , "r
Thi fr-llnw l-t niobf ni,i ni.
point and sav "A" r.prtninWT?av" heeitof.
J - -Safsji "-v vaa vav vuv I
inglynd doubtfuUv at the next letter.
This afternoon he has cone through th
whole alphabet without prompUnK and
with only three mistakes. I doX i?tfi
were ev.-r such eri inf..,.efo.i i 1
an vwhere in the worhl
two HnfaanniKtaarn nlavina Erm r i
O J wvaawu fx. IAU1U J a -
dUtorent Chinese inscription, and
seeming capable ol different moves,
on a board, tbe squares of which
also marked to indicate different
properties. It seems like chess, like
i. av uwiiiB axao Vlicn. 1 iiti I i
checkers, like fox and geese; and yet is not
ither of them. At any rate it is
j.in.u.vumriviiurui. At auy rale 1C IS I
fM.eXthongPfme'ifr the Pet vis-
lhly,. though in silence, as they sweep each
tt.' : a- .1.- i: 3 ' i a i. T
onw,. i a I fDU Brs
surrounded by a crowd of interested snec-
A youth, seated by himself, is movint? nn I
and down the spheres strum? on a wire r
framework, which we already know to be '
sort of counting machine. His manner '
rlic&tes the workino- ont of a mml- 1U-
c - , .
inonirv brinr-s an exnlanfttinn -e! "tt
Sing: "He studying arithme" n1
further enriosity is expregsp-' . " nen
ruthleasly twwnn f.ia r the foreman
chaos, and shows tie -"Jl a sum into
apparatus, with which all kinds of arith
metical operations mar be done as effici
tr.tly as with a slate and pencil, and with
which he adds up a tmm of five or six num
bers in the thousands with entire correct
ness. A little movement at the upper end of
the room calls our interpreter away; and
presently it appears that a slight disagree
ment having arisen, the two "counsellors"
have been summoned to arbitrate in the
matter, and Mr. Ah Sing has been called
upon as the final umpire, retiring with
plaintiff and defendant to the back room,
and administering justice with a prompt
ness and cheapness from which the courts
of western civilization might take a lesson.
We pass np stairs to the shop where the
chosen first students are applying them
selves to their material and machinery,
and where, after all, the great practical
question of this North Adams experiment
is to be answered.
Mistake of Woman in Claiming
the Husband of Another.
From the Rochester Union.
industrious and inoffensive appearing
man named James O'Connor, residing in
the neighboring town of Kush, came to
this city with bis wife to do some bnmness.
The two were about to take the stage for
home about three o'clock m., when sud
denly a strange woman made her appear
ance, embraced O'Connor, and exclaimed:
Schofield.youare my husband ! ' The man
was powerless for resistance and dumb
with amazement. In vain he stammered
out a denial of all knowledge of the wo
man. She was not thus to be beaten, and
persisted in mniirtaining the tender relation
she had thus avowed The wife of O'Con
nor, standing by, at first partook of the
surprise, but soon hor powers of speech
came into play, and the green-eyed monster
becoming aroused, pho gave vent to her in
dignation in no very nignified languages
dividing her scorn between the woman and
her Lnsliand. A crowd gathered aliont,
feeling much interestt-d iu what wa going
on, though few, if any, under.-tood the
cause of the disturbance.
The man who was thns innocently the
cause ot the dispute that had now become
chiefly a niiiltcr among the iemales only,
retreated, followed by the women. He de
clared his purpose to go to the Tobee
Court and demand an investigation. While
he went to invoke the aid of the law,
the strange woman who claimed him as
her husband, went into an intelligence
oflice kept by a strong minded fe
male named Lainphier and seated herself
qnietly lo repose alter the battle.' Thither
she was followed by Mrs. O'Connor, who
attacked her with epithets such as an in
dignant wife only can command - when
jealousy is thoroughly aroused. The wo
man Lamphier took the part of the new
claimant, though she knew nothing of the
dispute in the street, and she resolved to
go to the Police Court for satisfaction for
the injured friend in search of a truant
Meanwhile O'Connor had reached the
Police Oflice and found Mr. Cooper acting
as Magistrate. He stated his case and beg
ged tc have the question settled undir tbe
forms of law. He said his wife would give
him no peace if he did not prove iu Court
that he was not the truant husband. The
Magistrate directed Policeman Mc
Connick to arrest the strango wo
man and bring her into Court. The
officer found her ot the Intelligence
oflice engaged in the dispute with Mrs.
O'Connor and politely escorted her to the
police office. The woman said the name
of her husband was William Schofield ; that
she married him six years since, and that
he left her five years ago. She was snre at
first that O'Connor was the man, but was
now convinced of her mistake, and relin
quished all claim.
Just at this moment, when matters were
apparently arranged eatislactorily to all
parties, three females rushed into the court
room. At the head of the trio was the
stalwart form of Mrs. Lanphier, the keeper
of the intelligence office, and behind her a
woman in her employ, and following them
Mrs. O'Connor. Mrs. L. declared the police
had arrested the wrong one that Mrs. Scho
field was innocent and Mrs. O'Connor had
insulted and abused her in a shameful
manner. She had only seen the second
act in the drama, and knew nothing of the
first, which took place in the street. After
a few minutes order was restored in the
court room, and the Magistrate stated the
case, shewing how the misunderstanding
had occurred, as it appeared by the state
ments or the parties. All were batisfied.
Mr. and Mrs. O'Connor left satisfied and
reconciled. Mrs. Schofield went her way
A Fanny Bird.
ihtii T . ym ".lts?arS?' 1D
not whlr!1 tLwoIl was revived with thft
Bomsmei, nniu tne ena ol the wed
Pages d.? keep
iXVKT:- er langh-
A. recent traveler in Australia thus de-
cn"es tue peiormance of a tame cockatoo,
by its I name of the "Doctor f
- It pretended to have a violent toothache.
?ndHnrsfd lts la its claw, rocking
lteelf back and forward fcs if in the greatest
a8ny. a m answer to all the remedies
w.hl,ch were ProPr'd, croaking out, "Oh,it
am a , 1 of 8ood I" and finally eidling up
to ne ed8Q o1 percS.and saying, in a hoarse
a"d confidential whisper, Give us a drop
of hwty, do."
,. , w0.nl(1 also pretend to sew, holding a
"ttle piece of cleth underneath the claw
wuicli resttd on the perch, and going
tIircutrh the motions with the other, getting
mto. difficulties with its thread, and finally
'"ff nP a Joud song in praise of sewing
machines just as if it were an advertiue-
The "Doctor's" best performance is when
he imitates a hawk He reserves this fine
piece of actinc nntil his mistress is feeding
her poultry; then, when all tbe hens and
chickens, turkeys and pigeons are in the
quiet enjoyment of their brtakfaat or sup
ler, the peculiar shrill cry of a hawk is
heard overhead, and "Doctor" is seen cir
cling in the air uttering a scream occasion,
ally. The fowls never find out that it is a
noax, but run to shelter, cackling in the
S1"0"1 alarm hens clucking loudly for
tbelr chicks, turkeys crouching under the
lun8Ues, the pigeons taking refuge in their
uonue. as soon as tho ground is quite
cle?r ccky changes his wild note for peals
.. ,-lnutt'r from a high tree, and finally
aiiguong on the top of a hencoop filled
r,L" lrruuMllll! cuicaens, remarks, in a uf-
locating voice, "on'll bo tho death of mel'
H toting the Slippeb. There was a put
, 1 41 .1 -. - , ,
Iff.rS- A1ie ceremonies
r:V,lu fJ. me Knot Dcingiwd
m .l"e.m"rn,.DS ana JS re" ? hy de-
TOUTu euviues. ine Dnde, according
S r"."eru,llQ V1? w. ia charge ot
f."1 wa "vtr .D"T 1511111 lQe l"nr of re-
ririiifT it nna af i rrne..
- v Liionu) cnu iu HUT
manner succ'ed in sleuliug the shoes off
one oi me onus s teet, a search-warrant is
issued, ana w hen the same is found it is
put up at auction, and no one is allowed to
bid lor it save the groomsmen, the nmrwrfa
of the sale always being tha cooks' perau-
"Z?"1" er the B
",,eu ing me amner hour. Amis-
chiovons guest manaccd to ret nrr tu
Till 1 1 A irhlLA tlisa tx'no Al -
t i -. .. "
w v " " tt Vttl aai 11B 11 VI II f' in
. " ZT u1?.- 1 , Yl ,ce ..""S
. wy unaerneatn the table
until ne arnvert at the bride's chair. rher
.hh - K.iar Vriifo . 0 t
T . . r'v vmomua
" i'11 u? Ioot- e
re"p,a lro .f" position, and was suc
cessiui m mmgunc
wuu iu nappy crowd
nalnrA l.in Al-nAwsAA 4T A 1 - .
1Ium lue lesite board
L"""V .""nnisnea, the party
TCSZ u o' ana then did
T , mwB? , neM088- lh
waa "'"ry laugh, and the recovery of the
supper was to ne enected. An alderman
as one oi tne gne-ts, and he was applied
mj turn Kotrcu-wuxranu ine document
"u. anu tne genuemen present.
- . a, - -a . .
7i,T " " ,7v . V" ,-w , wuu
lor ine recovery of the lost slirvnei. iitu
long search the article was found. xaV
possession of the Gentleman n-A. .
tliA lftrecnv . '.
. ...j . nu sttir
. .. . . ,. , r
uuvm muuo oi ine trrooiw m.uw,u
T " 7. r. ? u?
TMitrwaA if il1A I , jUCyiforSIS TJa
hanj;j to" J2.r .o, the money was
j i v. t.r .w.
uoy uu tveuu,
joyable mau.; , was EInt in a highly en
J ."wv 1
T, - "
mu -ssob VrozrE. of Micbitran. has
e a report relative to the alleeed mar-
1 1 i - . . . o
-etic wells, in which ho asserts that water
capable of receiving and retaining
that peculiar state of polarity called mag-
in xtiiTneuc property is
uc'c,urTU tne iron tst ing or the wlls;
and that iron tubes. AY the same dimen
sions, suspended in a vertical position in
earth, air or water, wonld exhibit the Km
THE WHEAT CROP OF 1870.
An Official Report.
Depabthekt of Agbicultcee, Wash-
rso ton, June 17. I last year estimated the
increase over 18GS at more than a million
acres, making an aggregate oi 19,009,000
acres. I figure a reduction this Spring ot
more than 900,000 acres,- or nearly 5 per
cent of last year's assumed act eage. The
reduction is greatest . in Illinois IS per
cent in Winter wheat and 18 in Spring
wheat; Indiana, 6 per cent in Winter, and
20 in Spring; Ohio, 4 " per cent in Winter
and 7 in Spring; Wisconsin and Iowa
(Spring mostly) each per cent ; Missouri,
(Winter), 7 per cent; Minnesota, with an
increasing population, while threatening
to stop wheat-growing, claims an increase
of 2 per cent; Kansas also claims an in
crease of 16 per cent, and California, again
of 5 per cent ; West Virginia and Kentucky
show a larger breadth; North Carolina
alone in all the South claims increase,
some of the Cotton States falling off 20
per cent ; New York appears to have lost
4 per cent and New England, 2 per cent
Abundant testimony jias, this spring
been furnished to prove that the wheat
drill is annually worth millions to the ag
riculture of this country. Draining has
also been a means ot preventing loss by
freezing. Wherever wintor-killing has oc
curred it has been in isolated patches, not
throughout whoe counties or broad belts
of country; it has been due more to condi
tion of soil than to extreme or frequent
changes of temperature; it has been seeu
in Btiff soils, in hollows where water stands
on the surface, in half pulverized soils. and
in fields where the seed was scattered oti
the surface. Very few good farmers have
occasion this spring to complain of th
effects of frost; yet there has been son e
loss, considerable in the aggregates tbcie
is each year, but scarcely as much as thu j
years will average. -
Among the great grain fields of thn west
the severest injury from wiwter-ki!lin was
in Illinois. Here, as elsew here, early drill
ed wheat on carefully prepared, dry or
drained soils, escaped injury. Aniotig tho
counties iu which winter-killing was more
or less severe, involving a loss of ten to
fifty per cent of the planti, are Wayue,
St Chiir, Menard, Franklin, (killed in
prairie, but good in timber). Marion, Jack
son, linndorson, Edwards, Peori.t, Adams,
Crawford, Tazewell, KendaJL Clay, Effing
ham, Fulton, Macoupin, Terry, Tuscola,
Knox, and Monroe, in a third of the corn
ties of Indiana, sufficient lts was sustain
ed to reduce the general condition of whf-at
below the average. Fnlly half the counties
in Ohio presented in early spring a less
than average prospect, with some it jury
from freezing, in no caso p t mm I. irly se
vere. North and west of Illinois 1"? than
a tenth of the crop is of the wit-ir varie
ty, and that moitty was ht'Jo fj'trod by
freezing. Michigan, an eis-:fn iu its
latitudo on account of its insnir ..Ki!ion,
cultivates a large proportion of winter
wheat, and has not escaped it-jury from
frost especially in Montcalm, Barry, Hills
dale, Van Buren, Calhoun, Livingston and
Oakland counties. In sotno counties,8uow
furnished complete protection; iu Emmet
it was three feet the 1st of
The feebleness and unthrifty appearance
okthe plant, wherever apparent, has almost
universally been attributed more to late
seeding than to any other causa. More
than bafi the crop was sjwn or drilled later
than it should have been, and somewhat
later than usual. The severe drouth in tho
middle and southern states, and the press
ure of summer work d lay ml by the nn pro
pitious spring in the west together with
the habit of delay from which the farmers
suffer as well as other men, postponed the
breaking up of wheat lands; while tho nn
usually early closing in of Winter left tbe
plant scarcely above the frozen surface, and
in many instances not even visible.
The season has been moderately propi.
tons as a whole, ' though not precise! - M
farmers would have it in many If calitiea
There have been few showers an(j mnch
sunshine, pushing the croV jnto ear, nia
turity, but promising ,'ield not equal to
the 13 or 14 bushel-pgr acre of fatxeir,
and scarcely eo to that of 1SC8) but wiUl
an average Of 11 bushebj. In many places
the propw.t was never better. Iu some
localities, there is complaint of too little
rain, and in others of too much. The rain
fall in May was quite small in New Eng
land, New York, generally throughout the
West and in the cotton States. In tho At
lantic States south of New Yoik, on the
contrary, rains have been excessive. In
New York much of the Winter grain is not
in an average condition ; in Wishiut'ton
L-ounty "it seldom looked worse at
this season ot the yer;" it
is small and unpromising in Genesee; the
late-sown is unthrifty in Livingston.
Spring grain looks better. In New Jeisey,
wheat has "made an extraordinary growth"
in Cumberland, has "much improved" in
Hunterdon, and the season nas been nn
usually favorable in Burlington, and is
looking well-throughout the state. The
croo presents an improved appearance iu
Pennsylvania, promises well in Maryland,
and a good average crop is cutting iu Vir
ginia and North Carolina, with little loss
from rust or failing in consequence of
heavy rains. The crop in the south is gen
erally good, though light iu some piaves,
as the result of droutli. The Tappahan
pock (from the Department of Agriculture)
is a great success in this region, and is very
generally preferred. Iu the Iid liiver re
gion, Texas, the weather has been cool,
and the crop late, but unusually fine. It
has been injured there only by hail and
other storms. The crop will be fair iu
Tennessee, with some drawbacks, as lodg
ing, rnst, etc, during reeent heavy rams.
In Illinois, a reduction of perhaps 15 per
cent 'miay be expected in the yield; in some
counties the crop appears well; in some,
fears ar entertained that little more than
half a crop will bj gathered. When the
plant bad a feeble, vitality at the start, the
dry weather has nearly destroyed it Ac
counts from Indiana are variable, ranging
from failure to fullness. Ohio, Michigan,
Wisconsin. Ic.wa. Missouri. Kansas, iu fact
all the western states, report more distronr-
agements.- from feeble growth, drouth.
hail, rain, and rust tiian lor two vcars past.
una render probable a much smallur n.
gr'jgate production than that of 1; yar,
f-nd very likely a smaller yield th4H (Las of
It may not be generally known that nine
counties in California produce Ihree-fonrt hs
of the crop of the State. Thev each j h id
1,000,000, 2,000,000 or 2,500;000 bushels,
and are named very nearly in the ord; r of
precedence in production, as follows:
Stanislaus, Sonoma, Santa Clara, San Joa
quin. Colusa, Solano. Alameda.. Monte inl
and Yolo. It is hd undoubted fact Ih-ii tltf
larger part of the failure experienced arise a
iroiu Buperncial or careless cnltiva don .f
tne son. loKtmces of thorough culture in
blighted districts are so numiMi. ,n,i
marked as to provo it
WHEAT IN THE SOUTH.
This crop is more than mr t.i. i
the cotton states this year. iroimblv net
moro tnan two-thirds of a niiiiinn nf Lrri ;
are growing m the s x s aUlH from SontIl
arolina to .Texas. Tet T1CMee al , a
larger breadth than al'. 1 . tT.i
wheat can be raised over nearly tfl their
snrlace, aud the h.gher iwdJf South
Carolina, Georgia, aud AlaLa. ' i
immense area iunorthm
mirably adapted to wheaf 14:X-ftS, "rh
present crop is already ' ibis
portion of the South. , Sejed m th a
ityand fair yield iW : " P1'"
THE LEADING WHEAT GROWING STATES.
the list of ,V; ave wrought clutnges
suggestive ap -t-rroaucing states mat
leadal xthinl859; d in 1809, of nine
lS-5iC states she 6too ninth and last In
erxT time states prouu-eu less man ii'
Vr ' ' . oi an aggreeaie oi lVJ.wuu.tniu pusu-
; in i&ua, nine states yielded ivti, uiiu.uo"
jushels, or 70 per cent of our 2G0,0tK),()0O
bushels; and California, which is fourth in
18(19, was not found among the loading
nine of ten years ago. whih Minnesota,
the seventh, was at that time s-arcflyiu
existence as a shite.
Tho fust list is &
States 1R49. Cni-h.
New York 13,121,4:is
Illinois, fifth in 1S49, becom
The figures for the leading states of
1SC9 are estimates, - in round numbers.
Representing, in the proportion of pro-,
duction to population, California occupies
the first place, and Minnesota the second:
oiaiim imw, Wish.
Wi -cousin 24,000,(100
Pennsylvania 16 500 (rnO
Bl.l.. 1 1 Jill
: . l'J.
With these facts before us. it is not diffi
cult to anticipate the time when the larger
portion of our wheat crop will be produced
wet-t of the Mississippi. Fact showing
the decrease of yield in each Btate would
bo equally striking and more sadly sug
gestive. J. R. Dodge.
It comes out that Jamrs W. Smith, the
colored cadet from South Carolina, has
been educated by David Clark, a wealthy
philanthropist of -Hartford, Conn., who
proposes to continue his benefaction until
his charge comes out with honor from
West Point i
New Yoik 8.081,105
Iowa : 8,449,4113
READ THIS I
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Ir. Turner, ef Savannah, ,a tars be has. for nearly
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experience of their qualities. . ,
A rentlamarx, whoso father died of consumption at
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7Tt Tlf ?k ,,erm""'d to nse brand re th 'a PilU
in two months they mado hun a sound man.
v T1m.fX- Astor House. Now York
cured by Lrandrelh'a PilUof Uvspepaia and Coative
nesa, when ail other uaaaas used had tailed.
-JfJ: puhll'a,fr i ,D" "stat Bnnr," Ben
ningfon, t.. says Krandreth's Pilis cured bim of
Dyspepsia, alte, beinc athicted with rt ovsr live
J'S'J.ii.!" V"Lmls ?ad uoc:or- considered his recovery
imiMssihle; but six boiesoi liraudreth's Pills reatorad
bi naalth perlucliy.
. AhT?2!ii?jL?f Mnpnt l-leaaant was snre'y tronbltd
heln tfZT ,AliJv'c nd medicine failed to
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lZ ttL ' -nr,A last .,.
A-Jr aa J a. " M 9 1 1 IS. kU ODO YtXiT W
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wom ai i- ii ' ,wo uaudrea yards ol lae-
sieutanillr i e oad symptoms left bar; mo
reajot - ---" aaiy, ami ner neaiuu Deoauie liuiy
. CONSUMPTION CURED.
Hammontov. N. -T . Mav 1- ln
DR KltAJIPBETH Oatr ISir: 1 have lorg wanted to
write to you. and express my gratitude for the heuefiuial
effects that have been experienced in my own fanidy.and
in hnndreds, aye thousand! others, by tbe useof tiran
dreth's Pilut The brst year my friend Breckway sold your
Pilis in Huston, l,Si5, 1 was then in a declining state et
health, and my friends, as weU as myself, supposed t hat
my earthlr v. yage would soon terminate. Mr. Brock -way
urged me to take the Brandreth Pills, but having
used so much medicine with no good etlect, 1 was more
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I would take them as prescribed. By this 1 saw he had
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but no as a gut. I went home, and went at it moet hope
lessly. After, taking one boa, 1 began to leel better.
Well, sir, wben i bad nsed up my twelve bolts, I was
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between that time and the present 1 have lelailed
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LUNCS AND KIDNEYS CURED.
Isaac W. Brijurs, of 145 Ho (folk street, New York, says
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commenced to nse them in February, luBn, for Dys
pepsia, and A fleet ions ot the Lungs and Kidneys. He
loo It tsrsnarelb's Pi Is every day for tan-teen months
and in March, Kil, became a perfectly sound, heslt
man, though before he commenced with this great metb
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; ' Buooii-YN, Octo'derj. n.
ToTra. BitaXDnTTH: It gives me pi easure to state
the good 1 have experienced from yorr fjia. sjjnce 1
commenced their use, 1 have felt in all respects like a
new man. and tbe rnenma ism I Vook them lo relicrve
baa entirely disappeared. At flrat I Was prejudiced
against them, because their ouarali.in was attended
with a severe griping; but out further experience I
am convinced such pains weva ucly caused by Wis medi
cine struggling with and remov-ng certain obstruct- ns
in the bowe.a. 1 eomnieoccd wllA taaisg feve pills
every nignt on going to bed, auu r an l create ef one
piU every evening run the quantity np to twelve Pi. lav
wnich number 1 continue" iotaiie tot tin l:.ys. suit
then gradually reduoed to hve puis at a drwe. Vi ith t lie
exception ol the three iiistd'es, 1 have expenanunt
no pain or gnpr, but the operation was both easy am
pleaaant 1 look the pills I. twenty-lour lis. aod
noticed that J passed a great qnantity of black, bilious
looking, offensive matter, which 1 am gUd to have vot
clear of. I he bra nil re to Pills take right bold ot all toat
M delf U-nous in the bowels, and, as 1 said twlore, I now
feel like a new man, and dueut it my duty loextirws
my gratitude to jo timeerely your friijnd,
x-KANrJ.IN U tiAVVLKY.
k t'Aasson Avenue.
With the bad weather and ,h great excitement on
political matters. 1 became Posirated an J waa attack
ed by my old enemy, inUain malory rheumatism -one of
the worst attack. I everb d. My left foot ad ankle
swelled so bodiy that it rM f3UIld ,mpsUi lo take
off my stocking excerA hy cnttlng, fflo pCtm was
excruciating. 1 could not bear my weight on my f.t.
My servant said, you. n,UHt have a doctor. As 1 bad
before nsed your ; PJls, I aaid. -So: go and get me a
'SLUi1',3,?d,Lel.h will try them first." He
oheye.1. I took U mni the eff.-ct aat truly wonder
ful. I he next r aw t .... ... - . 1 n..
gone ana 1 k, able to put on my boots and walk to me
i -a pi lot fc. . a
I cinnut aceonnt for this, as I do not nnriWvtanrl the
science Ot mndieina Itnl ,1... I .. n
yon for the tieneht of otlicrs wbo may bosutlcnng Irom
.v. ""j?M:,i. unable to w.nlk ; ant now well and, under
! na,.providenovot IfcaL 1 owe my quick recovery
to ;:ivAxlKa.TH'a PlIJ-'v
o tne w. ltBr at tho Principal Uffioe.
From. TssThencs the Voir -The
I RK.HAKKABLK KVIDEN.UK.
. ... Moiiile lee. 1!. IsW.
t-TRAimRrTH: rr Sir: I have ased yuar Pills.
d off. tor the but thirty years, aa s, family medicine
torr olds, cosliveneas and aa a aeneral cleanser of the
awerni. Iam now a great advocate for them, far in
"or ne sei ioas attacks of wckneas they have restored my
h faith when other means and aaedieine bad utterly
railed, riome years ago, during the war, 1 had an attaca
ot pnenmonia, which laid me up seven months, and it
leltmeso weak tiat 1 had difficulty in getting about
t' m bonse vritlxaut hole. Thea dvspeiHuasot in. so that
wbe I did eat the food did not stay, but in an hour
or two f would bhn it np in a kind ot froth. 1 b:id a
dreadful con; ti, and it seamed as if 1 got no good frora
anything 1 took. In short, I expected to tile, tor i waa
near eighty, and waited the event.
Jn this condition, feeble in body and mind. I wss one
day silting alone, witn my head resting upon my bands,
when f seenied to hear a voice, which said;
"Take Brandreth'a Pills; yon know they never deceiv
ed yon ; why deter !"
Doctor, I cannot write er think uf theae words bet
the tears flow to my eyes to t bis day. This waa Satur
day night. 1 took two pills : 1 took t wo en nnndar night :
iwoagainon Tuesday n.gbt;twuon i-nday nigbt. and
two more on tbe rnuday eigbt. 1 gained from the nrst
dose, and in little more than a week went to meals wit n
the family aa usual, r.voryiniug agreed wiui me; my
cough left me. and I ma-amed my health completely.
I am in my eighty-fourth year, and tew nave to walk
slow to accouiHindale me.
As I nse your Pills more or less, and coo-tantly recom
mend them, t thought 1 should una some irom nead
quarters, so have enclosed you a dollar, whicti please
send me the value thereof in fresh pills. Address J.
ArnoUe, Lock Box 71 Post Ohice, Mobile, Aia.
In conclusion, I may aay I have a certificate signed by
an entire Company ot the 17th Regiment N. V. ii. V-,
wbo nsed Braudretn's Pills during two years service m
tbe held, and not a man was lo-t by drssasedtinng that
time In fact, whether the disease be ioot or Paralysis,
tJostiveness or 1-ever and Ague. IVeneral Debiuty or
liropsy, liizzinesa or Plenrav, or otherwise, tie sure
that if you take Brand re th's Pilis they wdl benefit you.
and often cure wnen an hope has lied.
SOLD AT DR. BRANDRkTH S OFEirK, Bran
dreth Hoose, New York, and by Druggists. See B.
Brandretb in white In-ieraon the Government Stamp,
which insures purchasers the 1UUK BaA.Nlmk.JiH
I'lLU, the AMostaotol Nature
lDDKK'S PASITLLEH. A Sura Relief for
Asthma. Price 40 cents by mail.
8TOWELL A tMY. Cbarlestow Masa
GREAT CHANCE FOR AGENTS
iJ5toSr-J00pTmrintb. We wan t ti employ a
good agent in every county in the I'. K. on com
mission or salary to introduce our U'orfaf noim-
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l dred years. Ifyrm wanta prohtableand pleaaant
1 emplnvment, address U. A. BisnkO.,Mni'rs,
sHuiauii., A. I or It Uaxr. Hi., tmuyM
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN,
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMELY.
Mr. l(.ures fJolis and f lriping in 1 Vice
Whilrmub'H 'Bowels nd facilitates the 'i-'i
Syrup. f process of i'eething. ) Ci-ntsu
iTIrs. ySnbdoes Convnlsions and Price
Whitromb'a "overcomes all diseases inci-'- "i-'i
Syrup. fdenttoinfantaandchddren) Cent,
nira. Oures Diarrhea, JyaenUry Priee
Wliilrouib'a -and Summer t 'omplaiot in.
Syrup. Children of all ages. ) CVnln.
It is the Great Infant' and Children's Soothing Rem
edy in all disorders brought an by Teething or any
ol her cause.
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not as they really are. When theetoinachav relaxed,
the liver torpid, the bowels di-orriervd, and the nerves
oostning, iuvigorate'viuliz e. regulate and tone trtem
With TalUlAHT B fcmCKVKK ITJIT SFl.TV.lill Af KlOKN r.
fts operation is certain. pain Vessana saimary. iimmm
the action of these importai it organs into conformity
with the laws of health; the si writs rise, the brain clears,
and lb capacity to enjoy lit restored to deaiioudiog
SO LD F.Y IX' DKL'tiOISTS.
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g ijtmiiy inicainia,
It. ibe Ttncknai. easiest and
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(redit given en good security. Send references. Only
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Warranted pure, palatable, ami to preserve pirlrlos.
Virst premium awanied at thn ft. S. alr, rim 11Iiium!X
State rair and t.'hicago tfity rair. largest Works -n
the United Stales. Kslatilished IX-v tJHAS. ti. :
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ThiV Nil PATENT MKDTOINK HlIMRfJO. grt
ttfin np In dupe tl.e ignorant and cre.iiii.sia. nor is it
represented aa being "eornuosed ef rare and precmna
so ista-ioee bronght f inra t.ie tonr cirn.n ot the earth,
cxmsl seven times across tbe Greet Desert of .Sahar.ib
on the backs of fourteen camels, and bronght serosa
tne Atlantic Ocean on two Ships. It is a "'-.
krmht. M x-r- S, era'e for ATAPUH and
"t 4HJi IN THK Hr-Ali." also for o fensive Breath. I. .sal
or Impairment or tbe Sease of Smelt, fas to or Hearing.
Watering or W eak r yes. Pain or Pressure in the He-.u.
when caused, as they all not nnfrequently are. by thr
violence of t Catarrh.
I offer, in gntsl faitb. aatiadina? Reward of sVtx for
ca'ie of txtarrh that i cannot cure,
l-'ar Surv by mowt Drnaui-Kst Evrrv where -
Sieut by mail, post-paid, on receipt of SiXTT CtmtsV
onr paekages for or 1 Doren for
Send a two cent stamp for Dr. bags', pamphlot on
Catarrh. Address the proprietor,
K. V. P1KKC h, L D . BTVTAIO, S. Y
A Book for the Million.
war aiis physiological m
teriea and revelations of the sexual system, itn the
bit eat discoveries in producing and pieventirigxixUujruig,
pre solving the complexion, so.
This is an interesting work of two hundred and twenty
fonr pages, with nnmerous engravings, and contains
valuable information to those who are married or con
template marriage; still it is a book that ought to lie
under lock and key, and not laid carelestly about the
Sent to any one (free of postage) for Fifty Cents.
Addieas Dr. Butts' Dispensary, No. liN. Eighth St.,
St. Lonis, Mo.
Notice to the A mined and rnfortnnatr.
Before applying to the nol.wtoes V'acks who adver
tise in pu blic papers or using any l'4 K Kf vn.ll s
peruse Ir. Butis' work, no matter what your disease as
or b w deplorable your condiuon.
Dr. Butts can be conso.ted, personally or by mail, no
the diseases mentioned in h works, titt-ce, Na I- N.
Kuhth St, bet. Market and Cheetnat, SL lawis,-Ma
THE POPULARITY OF nOEVS V ALT EX
TK ACT is known to every one io Europe and many ia
America ita ate is not confined to any particular class;
in Europe Emperors and Kings drink it a veil as the
people. Tresnr-t have conferred upon Mr. JOHANN"
HOr! n.. . ri iis deconilinns and diplomas, and the
latter I -re e.ii Inm tlioosands of letters in which they
laud I i i a. iii.'-t l-.ruis tue beuentsof this tooic bov-
erige .-a tse .-touicn; ano pnsicians no 10 here and
ahnaxd unite in pronouncing it a sale aoti, rhcacious
remdy for liyspi-psia, (kiugfu. Colds, etc.
SOLD BY ALL HBUt itilS IS AMD GROCERS,
TAUu n ra t o.,-7 f.rernvxiek SN. y.
SxlLE AOEXTS IOB L'MITKU STATK8, tTO
VOl'X. MEN snffering from Nervoua Debihty,
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KING'S VAGINA iKJECTOH.
TAt iivttrtiRient rer used. Kar tape Hor to any
fesuaie rajre. Thmunndiisuld daily- AKrat waoteu
in vry tnvrn in the Wmt imaie or femi. Great
iudacemeti.s for atiKtnCn n c&avmim dannir tiieir boli
dys. Sad Utr driv:r)ptie circalarand pnc list to
ir. OKI. T. St W. Oenwii A dot, Houm Wo. 1
ftlainr's IUock.Cnic.tffr, Ula
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Mrs. M. G. Brown's MT4.htrt-
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I 4 -jwir -s Lor the cere ana aranliw
f,reat I iiscovery. enclose lie io the
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Ohie. Sei id ha- Pamphlet containing particulars.
fTTs CHURCH BELL-.
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WA NTKI Ai:i NTS -To se'l the HOME SHUT
Tf.K SKWING MAi;lil.lv. Price. ia. it
biases lhe"fock-tirrn' taiikeoo both aides) and ia
the only licensed under feed Miuttle Machine sold bar
less thin Licensed by Wheeler A Wilson, Grove
A Baker, and Singer A fe. All other under-feed
Shot, le .Machines sold for less than s are infringe
uienls. anil the Feller ar I nser liable to prosecution.
Address JOHNSON. uuAKk A GO.. Boston, Mass.,
Pub-burgh, Pa.. Chicago, 111., or SI tauia. Ma
y f.-.v r.-rs.!i.s tl.in!, wlien tln-r have,
Kiiitnf Ihiir i f thf ve.-r prrat nr.jK.r
. -:i : I .vil I-.-- il i-, il..-; x-..t,'1.
i .t'i:v-r;.rl ! T:i. j.-i- hrrtiriiin . er fi.-ir.
!)' ilioi.i a-i: tii.:na line fmlM IT of (I il -'.
In order t.i wi nn- t'ltH. years have ln-i-a
spent hy D. 1'uai.iant iti perfeeftn? tliis
vuliiali'e rii' !e. it rontaius V M'LI-JIl i" '
i m n'R iFiiirr urwrnL!!! o
ivisoitiis toLii:ii, nurviiii! to
lim n and destmy the rcrv delirate r.x,. ot
It is l'l l.'Ef.Y r-.ETABLE-contaiiis
the only redouble oil ever dlsi uvered Drat
.riiruiaea tlie irrowth and protlHces Um"
lii.Ttiriant Im k.a .f Hair, it lnnV!iiitr!
j if " "ic aw ccisoi PKiJt Ira 'rant
IrttMvtT. This nrti v i fonn.l in tin- l ir -e
Citie im almost ercry tuikttoe, lmt niore
"f p--'i'y aiiMiu-r tun mure lasUmiiahia
yi classi s. aslt h.-tis priivi d t.i he the pii!t as
in nMti.'ii tnii ri l.iiii the Hair in pcsttion
any l.-nt-th r.f timr- after dressing. It Is
ost'tl by LaJii-s' liair Dreseersand l!.trliera
ta!l thi; leading H.ili-!s of the cuinrry.
It t;tK.-8 three tinii-r) as far ass Icnhnlic arti
cles. Alrnhnl iirepnra'iiitis from the natu
ral heat nf thn head evaporate and leave
the Hair imrclii-d autl dry. Price 51) eta.
eEY, (.'ILriXe, r(L. Prfiprletoi-t,
IAITIH0KE. atD. - " -Ol.O
liy ALL, UKICiGISTS. .
witi'i.r.sAi.r. fir .
P'lXLxXxER. FIINTCH SS TTTT .T ,
TirK SECRET" OK VOI'TII UNYFII Fr
A Medical Treatise of thirt.-to pages, sent ore!
paid, on receipt of Uo throe cent postage tamDa
Adxlreea M. B. LA CKOIX. Aibiay, N.
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' ' Dr. WAIVKES'S CAXUOSIIIA
2 a Hunireds of Thousands
Deartesttraoay be their Wonder-
ful CttnitiTe Kfleru. '
THEY ARB XOTA VILK ,
al F A N C Y, D R I N
Made of Pear Ram, Whiskey, Proof Spirt-:
and Refuse I.iqaora dortored, spiced tvndsveet'
encd to please the taste, called " Toixtea," A ppt is
era," HmtoriTs, Ac that lead the tippler ot. ic
drunkenness and rtrin.bnt are s trne Medieiae, ni'-i
from th Native Boot and Herbs of Calxforuxa,frc
Irani all Alcoholic Stimulant. The; are tc
GREAT nr.O(ID PI UIFIER and A 1.1
(UVING PRINCIPLE 'Perfect Hcnovatot
lnvL?r!tpr o( the System, carrjing off all potsono.xr.
DatUer and rt-ftorlnjrthe blood to a healthy con dticv
Ko perxm raa talce these njthjra according to dlrexV ,
tion and remain long nnwcll.
$lO0 will be prtven for sn tncnrable case.prorldMi
tlie bonis are aot destroyed by mineral poison
other means, and the vital organs wasted beyond tie ,
point of repair.
For InflnMisatsry and Chronic fikeana
tism aid (.tint, Dysprpsia. or Indiurstion.
Bilioasv,Rrniittrut and Iuteruiitteut FrTtf
ltissasiei ol'theBleosl. I.iver, Kialurym na i
MIniLK-t-,!i--HillcTH have been most succtj-
lul. ;iTj lJiru-.t-.i-H iu-,: c tnsvii by itiat
'tlwoal.wl.icli is p-nernlly produced by derangemetw
of t!ie ItisrntivrOrsann.
DYSPEPSIA Olt INDIGESTION, lleftt;
ache. Pain lntlieSboQlders,ronlis,Til.''tnesof tli.v :
t'li.-st. Dizziness, Soar Emctatimui of the Stonxac- .
Bad tasto in the Mouth. Billi.us Attacks, Palpktatiop
of the ni-art,lntlammat1onoi the Lnngs,Pain la the
reons of alia Kidneys, and a hundred other palnitU
symptoms, ira the offipringa of Dyspepsia.
Tliey Invigorate the stomach, and. :tlmolte the n?
pid Urer and bowel, which render them of unequalie
efficacy in cleansing the filood (f ill luipurities, anJ
linpartin new life aud yitror to the whole system.
FO R SK I N DISE.ASES, Emptioas-.Tetter.Sa
Rhuctn Jtlotclnw. Spots. Pimples, Pustules, BoJls.Cai--buncU-s.I.ini.'-W'oniis,
Scald IIead,Sore Eyr,Erysn''
elait. It eh, Scarfs, Dtscolorathius of the Skin, Hnraot-s
and In8t-aaeaux the Skin, of whatever name or nature,
are literally dug up and carried out of the system lc I
short time by Vie use of thtwe Bitters. One bottle it
such caeca viS coarince tbe most Licreduloos of tbur
eorative effect. . .
Clcannc t! VtrSSrt Blood whencrer you find Its
impurlticebnraVT3l?c3l Uie skin innmplea,nv
tlotat or sores? oxwawaa tt when you find itolattruciet
and s!n;w1.-h la V Trlia ; cleai:e It when It to for;
and your feeling Will tell you when. Keep the bloo. ,
pure and the health of the system, will follow. .
P I N, TA PE and other VO lOl S . rorMnfr In vr. s
system ef Butiian; Uionsan.lH. are i-ffi-ctually destroy ;
ed and removed. Vot 1'iUI directions, read carefci-.y
therircclar nronnd rach bottle printed in four fcu-
gu u-ts Enxt'.ipti. dsnaau, French and Spanish. .
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SKWlNxJ MAOH1NK. It iaMssaii. makes 'ha
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Price 15. All other mauhmea with an under-feed
sold for $15 or less are infringements. Addreea
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DIURETIC AND ALTERATIVE
t new gad vain able preparation for the re
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Bladder aid I'rsthra, Bmpsiral, Bhea.
aUe aaJ Goaty AfTertlons Paias
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Ta those suffering from diseased of the Kid
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KeneGrlal thrift the preparations of Sarsapa-
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Will accomplish all that ia desired. Thr-aa
livjtt; io malarious dial ricta, West and Sou In
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inn went her, snrh a remedy ; on that alii
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tUe system. No preparation will more etlef- .
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liiiEETic mil mum mi
It is by tira mere jsitent and eint lual Altet
stive and Bloed Purilier than Sarsaparilla,ar
fre. from all objections th.it may be maxir
srainst tbe Latter, ami its usual adjuarta.
Iodide of Potassium, or some preparation itt
M AM'E.tCTl'RKn BT THK PROPUIKTOHn,
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