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j mat notices.
Time Tests the Rents of all Tilings
FOR. THIRTY .YEARS !
Perry Davis' Pain Killer
Has ben .tested in every variety ot climate, and by
limoM every nation known to Americana, it m the
fii companion and inestimable friend of
the rr r and the traveler, on sea and land, and
no ene should travel on oar LAKES OK K1YLR&
Pais Killer vu the LTirst and la the
Only Permanent Pain Reliever
Sinee the PAIN KII.I.KR was tint introduced, and
met wit such unsurpassed sale, many LBiniiin,
KtLJA-rs, Pakaceas, and other REaLkULES have been
oflered to the public, bnt none of them has attained. the
tnuy BSViABU axAKOisa of the PAIN Kll.l.KK.
WHY IS THIS so ?
It is beoaaae DAVIS' PAIN KII.I.KR is what it
claims to be, a Reliever of Pais.
ITS MERITS ARE UNSURPASSED.
If yon are suffering tram INTERNAL PALN, swats
totiurty aropt tn a Uate water mil almost instantly cure
yon. There is nothinc eaoal to it. In a tew momenta
it cores Colic, Cramps, Spasma. Heart-burn. Diarrhea,
Dysentery, t lux, V ind in the Bowels, boor Stomach,
Dyspepsia, Sick Headache.
lnseotions of the ooontiy where FEVER AND
AO UK, prevails there la no remedy held in creator
esteem. Persons traveling should keep it by them. A
few drop ot water will prevent sickness or bowel
troubles from chance of water.
In foreign countries the calls for PAIN KIXLKB are
great. It is found to
Cure Cholera when all cither
WHEN USED EXTERNALLY AS A LINIMENT
nothinc rves quicker ease in Burns, Cuts, Bruises,
Sprains, bancs of Insects, Scalds. It removes the tire,
nnd the wound heals like ordinary sores. Those sufier
ins: with RHEUMATISM, boLT, or NEURALGIA,
it not s positive cure, they hnd the PAIN K ILLKK
gives them relief when no other remedy will It
Uives Instant Keiifti from Aching Teeth
From 1870 to this day, 1870. (thirty yean.) PERRY
DAVIS' PAIN KII.I.KR has had no Rival !
r9 hvkrprr lold keep it at home, to apply it On
the first attack of any Pain, it will five great aauafae
tory rebel, and save hoars of suffering. .
Da not tnile with yourselves by testing untried
remedies. Be sure yoa call for, and get the genuine
y a IS ALTLLKK, ss many worthless nostrums are
attempted to be sold on the great reputation of this
valuable medicines, t" Directions accompany each
Price iS eta., 60cta., and 1 per Bottle. .
ai. N. HA Kills CO., Cincinnati, Ohio, Proprietors
for the Southern and Western State.
. - l . I it VI IWUm
bold at Milwaukee by ri. Boswobth A SoHS,
Oukknb A Button. Kick A Rimao. Dbaxk Broiv.
UflOllaH, DCUHJUX aw Ml uwmot
family Medicine Cases
"rOCTOE, DTHiT CAB" TOU" DO TOE
i .. c fxr.Cv. a rod deal of sickness. th
ib. eouifie orCen. "ad his bills are not Unfit ; . and in
O -me times i aticolJ be arntined to have leas Slot near
Zji lixhtrr kilisin Oua dlreouon. if oonnnUmt with tot
-k'eVLxnj friend, I can do rood deal for too
' cad send yen one of our Famh,i Cakes ot
wm-rOTT-! s.i-t . -ir which has a small book
directions, give a descri ..uon of all Uie varicut
Oneasea wli.on yoa cm trow.
I...- trivinr the medicines, diet, etc
i'lje various rpecia-jf are ail marked and labeled, so yot)
MCed nut be at lose which to give in a particular case
od the directions aie so plain and simple that you n ec
i ... it ,i, one ot these eases, f on or yurar wif
rill be able tcmeet and arrest three-fourths ot all the
oases of illness which oocur in your family. Voueanoc
.... iUMM.MniMthii sink child i.r aatient a once.
od long be tore the doctor would be cl-ed. and that
meet the sickness with the proper remedy at once, ane
Before it h become serious. In nsingthesesimplear.d
.t cSectivc medicines, also you avoid droiwing th
vetieet and thus weakening the system, and .ayuig the
irnndatioo oi f utaredisease. Youalsoaretbusenabled
eradicate lijose tendsncies to chronic dia&ise which
bxi in jc many families and individuals! such at
rrofula. Garni, (rmntmp:tu, tie By he use, from time
true, as occasion requires for such ailments or cis
, u oa-J, of the proper speuitic, not only is to
siiiRird.sMse cured, but the foundation, so to speak,
oTsubaHQiient and grave chronie diseases is removed.
Toe conseauence is thst the whole tamiU improve in
health, have leas And less sickness from year U year,
bare inoie vigor and better CJnstitutions, and thai
rradaall yea work out from under the hand of disease
.aid doctor. Just the reverse ot this is true, under old
-jcbaol treatment. Kvery villainous duseof medicine
paves the way lor another, one visit of the doct or often
Latw another, and a rood thorough old-ech.iol
dooior can make patients enousb in Uie nret ten years
of his professional Ute, to keep nim ousy ior ion uauuice
'jis days. These wrecks of men, mue by me sDuse
ot calomel, blue-mass, quinine, iodine. ODium .nd
ubtassium. are the harvest fields of .ioetors. So mj
frVnd get out of this way of doctoring. tJet a case ot
fiurjcfl, and doctor yourself and family when you can.
at.- when yon must nave a doctor, send for the most
roi'tble one in jour reach, and yon will soon have sick
nass and doctors rare visitors t your house.
''lis is no tansy sketch. No mere windy promise,
-t' lusands have done so. and you may do likewise. u
ut-ant involved in the eiperiment is not large, and the
Cttnupt well worth a trial.
Oi ,i 5 to 60 InrgvJ -rials, morooco ertw
vrtixt raiw, contnioiMg a. aiw-riflc lor
fi(r? ordinrtrv dinrao ta. Iniuily as
earj.ect to, auil books f t mvcctiont ......
rrom Slu to S3-
Smaller Fntuily and Travci;: jtxa. withJW
to 94 vials :i-mSiio!S!S
BpeoiHos for all Privnte Iiac-rii . -to for
f 'urtiig and for Preventive u. ....i.. i, in
"rials aid pocket cases -1 .-"" to T3
POND'S EXTRA V.
("mi Bnnrnt, Brni-ara, I Jimfi.'.. orvncsM.
Ser Throat, rpra.in!, Tootlinrr. . fcitracke,
Nt-uraJicinu Iibeumaimin, Kuiiibnco. Pilii.
ItoiiM. !lingw, Kore Eye. le'liiil f the
Lung. No-. Stwuack, or of Pi lea, Cornsi,
Priee, b x4 cents; i imih e a.tro, vuam
'"ttr-Theta Remedies, except PONTTS EXTRACT,
by the case or single box. are sent to any part of tot
country, by mail or express, free of charge, on receipt
of the prioe.
AIX LETTERS MUST BE AODBZSSXD
Ilomowpathie Medicine Company,
Office and Depot. No. S63 Pboaowat. New York.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
WHOLK8AU Aoicsts. K. Burnham A Son, Hnrlbnrt
A KdsalL Van Schaack. Stevenson A Raid, Chicago,
Ilia. ; Jenks Gordon, Sk Paul. Minn. : Brown, Wetber
A Graham. St. Louis, Ma; Farrand. bheiey Co,
OF THE AGS.
DR. KENNEDY'S RHEUMATIC
AND NEURALGIA DISSOLVENT.
Reader, von may consider tbl a soi
t of suiead eegla
rnuliu. bnt 1 mean every word of
It 1 nave
there. When yeor system is racks
lea yeor system is racked with
. . . ... m MHina
in a cuair, yeu bbh m m wmwf " mm- .....b
jn it was night, and at night wishing it was morning
Vtnec you have
wben every nerve ta your being hi like the sting of
erase, circulating the most venomous and hot poison
round your heart, and driving pea to the very verge
sasdness: Wnen yoa have the
ua I iua tm eat fkremrh with.) that moat awful
most heart-withering, meet strength destroying, mos
vptrir-breaking and mind-weaawingof all disnsass that
Aen afflict our poor human nature. When yoa have the
tying and writhing In agony and pain, enable to tan
yourself in bed, and ewry movement will go to your
heart tike a knife; now tell me, if relief and care er any
of these diseases in a few days is not the -Greatest
Medical Bleating of the Age, tell as what is I
DIRECTIONS TO USE. Yon will take a tablespoon
ful and three spoonfuls of water three tunes a day, and
In a few days every particle of rfaeumaae and neuralgia
pain will be dissolved and peas off by the kidneys.
Manufactured by DONALD KENNEDY
. Kexbary, Maaa.
WholbsaU A onrTi Fuller, Finch rue I ierra.$
a Smith. E. P. Dwyer a Co., Bnrnhams a Van Schaack.
Unribnrt A EdaaTL Tolman A King, Obwago; Or sen A
Button, Rios A Rising. Boswortb A boo, Dohmen A
Sohaudt. Milwaukee; MoOnlloch A MoOord, LaCroeae;
bores Bros, St. Paal; Collins Bros, Z. F. WetxeL
Meyers Bros., 8k Louis; Moore A Tarbet, Zoakermea
Maaa, Dubuque. .
At rsUul br ail druimsta Pnca LBO
Sir James Clarke's Female Pills.
These Invaluable Pills are unfailing in the enre of al
those painful and dangerous diseases to which the
female constitution is subject. They moderate all ex
eases and remove a obeU-uoUona, trora whatever oause.
TO MAIUUED LADIES
They are particularly suited. They will in a short time,
bring oa the monthly period with regularity, and
although ver powerful, contain nothing hurttnl to tbe
Ooosunition. in all oases of Nervous and Spinal AObo
tiona. Fains in the Back and Limbs, tetigue on alight
exertion. Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterics and
W hi tea, they wiU eSect a cure when all other means
have failed. The pamphlet around each package has
(nil directions ana advice, or will be sent free to all
writing lor u seaieu uw
Jot Hot Sir Jam Olar Ttmmlt PtiU or estear
isec OornrrT-KTWTKD. Ttu eeaanne aotw tit osm of
ij uiflvn m MlBoriliM. A II mUtfrm ai a aMruueM.
m. H. In all eases wnera uie ojcf uipb noimu.
ebtained. One Dollar, with e een cents far postage,
enclosed to the sole Proprietor JOB MOSK&, 18 Oort
tandt Street, New York, will insure a bottle of the ee
stsiML containing Fifty Pills, by return mail, teemrmif
aasiad from any knowiadae of its contents.
Build ap the fystean.
Ktmrnmtit evanorates fast at this seasoa. This is
aneeiallr the oase with all ho live by tha sweat of
their brow. From ovary pore of the move-like skin
nates exude which eon tains the elements of vitality
Thereby toe blood is impoverished, toe nerves relaxed
too muscles weakened, the digestion impaired, the
bowels disturbed, and the animal spirits depressed.
The oonstant drain that produces these effects cannot
bo arrested, because it is dus to the heat of the-atmoa-pbore;
bnt the loss of the life sustaining elements can
be supplied by extra invigoration. Now, therefore, is
the time to resort to Hoetettor's Stomach Bitten, the
most powerful and healthful of all vegetable tonics.
Long experience baa .proved that nothing else will
enmcienuy sustain ana regniate toe system, wush iur
ina- down under the double pressure of excessive heat,
and constant physical or mental labor. All persons
aho have been tempted to try the local -tonics"
jallll whuih hava hasa startad hv sordid saecula-
tors in almost every town and village, with a view of
"turning a penny" by the credulity of the unwary, know
this to tueir cost. It is a wise maxim that ears "hold
fast to that which is good." Of the forty millions of
people ia the United States, probablf one-tilth have
tested the restorative properties of Hostetter,s Bitters
and know it to be a specific for dyspepsia, biliousness,
nervooe weakness, general debility, constipation, fever
gad agne, and want of appetite ; that any of these should
00 persueaea to experiment wiui ui ww
trams, recommended by nnscrnpnious and ignorant
Warranted pore, palataoie, ana vo uiuui. pionea,
rirrt premium .warded at ,tt. . U. "
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t;ntsSalt It beanu
faros Mnrbrn Itck.
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I- ,laU KJu!"1 J
THE SPANISH ALHAMBRA IN 1870.
An American Tourist in Granada.
The latest American visitor to the Al-
h&mbrft, which in bo associated ith the
name of. Washington Irving, is a correspon
dent of the Chicago Tnoune, wno gives
this account of the romantic spot:
"I thieatened myself with certain disap
pointment, when, after climbing the high
est tower, the fortress of the palace, I
conld discover naught but a low, irregular
assemblage of tiled roofs, nnder which the
wonder mnst be hidden. Advance as I
did, if yon will, to the discovery of the
trnth, and start from the banks of the
Darro, that rolled down golden sand in the
days of iablc, and ascend the narrow streets
of Granada, where you may hear water
dripping in fountains of front hallp,
and blind men thrumming guitars.
"At a turn in one of the streets we are
carried, as if by magic, to the borders of a
forest. An old triumphal arch serves as
gateway. It is not what Europeans call a
grore that we have entered, for, though
three well-kept paths find their way
through it, the trees are un trimmed, trail
ing with Tines and leaded in underbrush.
Their foliage is ol the richest green, their
height prodigious, so that, springing far
down the hillside, they stand back to back,
with the massive fortification on the height
above. We demand an explanation of
this vigorous verdure at a height where
most places are sterile in Spain, and hear
tlia answer mnrmured at our feet on every
eiJA. The Moors cancht the Darro half
way down its course from the neighboring
mountains of snow, and led it around the
hill to play in their lofty palace and water
their hanging gardens and this forest vesti
bule. About the base of the first tower
gateway it tumbles out of upturned v.ises
held by cherubs, and spouts out of cc mic
pouting months of bearded river gds,
wreathed with vine branches, 6heaves
and garlands of flowers, on the
facade of a great fountain, embla
zoned with the escutcheon of Charles V.
Iu another moment we have reached the
Gate of Judgment A square tower, as all
Moorish towers are, rises in solid mass
above a horseshoe arch, in which the
Caliphs held public tribunal. The idea of
judgment in tne gate is essenuauy wrieuiai,
and not confined to JSible history. The
gateway is desrted now; the hated symbol
of the conqueror, the cross, is embedded in
the wall, though the upright hand on the
keystone of the inner bncs arch has not
reached down and grasped the great key on
the key-stone of the inner stone arch.asthe
proverb predicted, Deiore me lortress could
be taken. Passing up a paved way. between
high walls, we enter a great yard, the court
of the wells. Here water sellers of the
town are filling cork cased tin cans to carry
down on their backs. The f.ict that
they come thus far to draw, when
the city is green with water, shows
the estimation in which this purest
of cisterns is held. One side of -the
saaare is commanded by mouldering walls
and towers on the height and extremity of
the hill, the other by the heavy but e!e
mnt facade of the unfinished palace of
Charles V., which was built with a vandal
contempt of the winter wing of the Al
hambra by the conquerer. We have been
doomed, therefore, to lose the grand en
trance of the Moors, and seek a low, nar
row door to their enchanted palace. The
mere the exterior has deceived and disap
pointed, the more the interior surprised
and delighted us. First comes a long,
broad court, open to the sly, except at two
ends, which were covered by light Arabian
arcades of extremely delicate finish. It in
paved with large blocks of marble about
the sides, and holds a basin of flowing
water, perhaps a hundred long and a thitd
as broad, gold fish bathing where Sul
tanas used to bathe if we believe
one of the many names of the place,
Mezonar, the Arabic for women's bath.
The Spaniards call it "Palio de los Arraj
annes," on account of evergreen myrtle
bushes that run along the length of the
marble pond. Fountains tos cooling
streams into the hsated air of the arcades,
which are lost in the central basin. Ano
ther narrow door and hall passed, and we
have before our eyes the wonder of won
ders, the Court of Lions, or of columns, ad
I should prefer to call it, the best preserv
ed and most fascinating hall of the Alham
bra. Its common name is derived from
twelve lions standing in the centre of the
court, back to back, in a circle, supporting
the double marble basin of a fountain.
Though I saw a poodle luxuriously bark
ing at them, they might as well be taken
for any other quadrupeds as for lions.
Arabian scu.ptors were not over skilful in
making the flat angular paws, sacrificed to
lour straight claws, square legs and faces
wrinkled with inconceivable grim lines. The
exact though shapeless ears give a start ol
life to these chimerical creations. In com
paring these ridiculous monsters with the
other works of the chisel, on the basins
above, intricate designs ia relief of inter
lacing angels and curves, puzzling yet
pleasing, you have a striking illustration of
the influence of religion upon art. The
Koran included both painting and sculp
ture, in the wide sense, and felt nothing
but the pursuit of architecture to the faith
ful. It maintained with undue severity
our second commandment, and forbade
men from making the likeness of any liv
ing thing. These lions, then, are un
successful products of license, whereas
the infinity of architectural designs,
In the delicacy of which the Ara
bian surpassed all other artists, is a natur
al profaseness of confined genius. At the
lions' feet four marble channels, conducted
across the court, used to empty sparkling
water, ever springing inside halls and
chambers, to unite with that spirted by the
grotesque figures, and falling from the dou
ble basin of the fountain. Mince columns
of white marble, solitary or grouped, two,
three or four together, surrounded the
green square to the number of one hundred
and twenty-eight, holding up vari-sized
arches worked in fillagree, to be worthy of
their splendor and graceful supports.
These arches are formed of a myriad ot lit
tle domes resting on each other, or minia
ture pilasters, and are hung with stalac
tites, as the roof of a grotto, or paneled or
"The spaces between them are spread
with a fanciful network of flowers, fruits,
shells, stars, and an unending variety of
arabesques, separated by the long curving
characters of Arabic inscriptions. The
ceilings of the arcades, And the vaults of
the two pavilions, that project into the
centre, are inlaid with triangles and squares
of cedar wood. Nothing could be more
chaste, or a more symmetrical relief to the
length of the arcades, than these royal
resting places in the midst of the garden
and the marble park. Here the Sultan
may have listened to the music of the tam
bourine and the Bong of the singers prais
ing their deeds and the deeds of their fath
ers in adding Hispauia to the happy realms
of the prophet, or followed the voluptuous
dance of Ahnah girls. Tradition makes
this court once a scene of blood, and re
lates how the Segris lured the Abeucerages
into this palace and slaughtered them,
One of the chambers, opening into the
Lions' Court, has retained the name of the
fancied victims, and the credulous are
shown a blotched stain of blood on the
bottom of the marble basin, in which the
heads of the thirty-six fell, which the flow
ing water of centuries has not been able to
remove. Unfortunately for the tale, the
reddish hue came with the stone from the
quarry. A curious indication of Oriental
usage is observed at the entrance of this
and every other chamber of the Alhambra
ia little temple-1 ke niches, exquisitely
carved shrines for the sandals or slippers
of the guests. Just as we are wont to bare
the head upon entering our homes and
churches, the Orientals uncover the feet in
stead, as both New and Old Testaments
"Uopn the walls of this elegant room is
spread a chaos of pretty forms ute various
faces, or paper valentines. But with all the
complication there is mathematical pre
cision, and each fancy is kept within
bounds. The roof rests on an elaborate
Arabian vault, whose shape the Spanish
name, Media Naranga, (half orange) des
cribes correctly enough. In looking up in
to it the eye is arrested in a thousand little
vaults before reaching the last little one
that crowned the whole, and seems the
mnra t-Watpri llifi lnnrrer VOU have been in
arriving at it These minute half and quar
ter domes, climbing on eacn omer, ymuj
resting on the air, ever approaching eacu
other at the apex, are still brilliant with
... m . i m:.AM
traces ot their lormer coioriu. imus
controlled by the red, and blue, and gold
ofiii oinnn tn thA recpRnes in the vault-
ling, and let us forma partial conception
of vanished wauiy.
"At the further end of the Court of
Lions, behind one of the pavilions andthe
arcadst extends the Hall of Justice so
.aii no rlnnVit from the central of three
pictures above it, that represent the chase,
a bench oi aioonsn judges, uu a
ment These paintings on parchment are
ctill annnnaiui hv BOmA. ftfi formerlV bV all,
to be remains ol the Arabs, and, if so, the
only pictorial essays of that race. At all
ta t he- urn several centuries old, and
important as conveying to us vivid ideas
of the dress and customs ui tuo tuuiu,iu.n
of Spain. The Alhambra becomes museum
n oa na.lac.A with these nain tines and
the famous winged vase of figures porce
lained, equally prized for its age and
supposed origin. There are many oth
er halls ot tne summer paiacn wo
might enter. That of the Two Sisters,
iw.aiia frnm two niftmificrnt marble
slabs, of equal 6ize, lying in the pavemeut
on either side of the fountain, is curious.
rr tv.- lntf irAri windows of the trailer v.
.vy. v ... . . . . -. - -
through which the ladies of the oourt
COUld See, DUHO.u, mo iHHiii-K-o wu-u-.
The ladles apartments surround a deli
vViors o ran pea hane within
uuuo f," - J ' ' .
lazy reach, and whose fragrance continually
enters marDie arcned openingr. never ciuseu
Th floor of the Tocador. or
Queen's toilet chamber, is pierced with
numerous holes, tnrougn wnicn penuuieH,
burnt below, slowly arose. The Mirador,
otinitmr nf tha roval apartments, bancs
coolly over the cliffs and walls of the fort
ress. In this section 01 tne Duiiding imag
flnnrr Viia m(tf.reKH. and used to awake at
the mysterious whispering of the trees,
and suspect ine snaaows oi piuars ia me
Lions' Court to be the avenging spirits of
There is a revolution in progress in pub
lie sentiment in some of the British Prov
inces, relative to Independence of the
mother country. Here is a pretty plain
spoken paragraph in the Yarmouth (Nova
eThe Independence party appear to be
rapidly gaining ground in all the N. A.
Provinces. Several influential journals in
Canada, heietofore opposed to separation
from Encrland. have within a short tune
commenced to advocate it, and the senti
ments recently expressed in the Imperial
Parliament and by the leading English
journals have given a strong impulse to the
cause. We caro nothing ior independence
only as it may bring about annexa
tion, a result which we deem inevitable.
The severance of the Dominion from Eng
land would be speedily followed by anoth
er declaration of independence and the re
lease of Nova Scotia from Canadian rule.
That is the ground on which we would ad
vocate independence, and the one which
we are cc.ndent would gain for it the
greatest amcunt of support among the
mass of oui- population. We are glad to
perceive so many of the political leaders
and journal? r all parties on the track to
Things no Last will Confess Ta Of
course it is a cynical old ba ch., and not a
benedict, who says:
You can never, by accident, get a lady
(be she old or young) to confess: That 6he
laces tight; that her shoes are too small for
her; that she is ever tired at a ball; that she
paints; thut she is as old as she looks; that
she has been more than five minutes dress
ing; that she has kep you waiting: that she
blushes wben a certain person's, name is
mentioned: that she ever Fays a thing she
doesn't mean; that 6he she of all persons
in the world is m love; that she can t keep
a secret; that she doesn't want a new bat;
that she c i do with one 6ingle thing less
when she is about to travel; that she hasn't
the disposition of an angel or the temper of
a saint or else how could she go through
one-half what she does? that she doesn't
know belter than any one else what is best
for her; that she is a flirt or a coquette;
that she is ever in the wrong.
The Speech of Cardinal Prince Schwar-
zenburg in the Ecumenical Council is said
to have caused a sensation. He -began in
this remarkable manner: "Pope Benedict
XILL once instructed his College of Cardi
nals always to tell him the truth, no matter
how disagreeable it might be, and on this
request of a predecessor of his present Ho
liness, I base my right, as a cardinal and a
bishop of the Catholic Church, to speak as
I stand here, the whole truth, without re
spect to persons, and to reveal my own con
victions without reserve. And I protest in
advance against any noisy marks of disap
probation from those who may hold differ
ent opinions, as well as the withdrawal of
the floor by the President, to which I shall
not submit i rom this it may be interred
that the tenor of his talk was not altogeth
er patisfactory to the Papal faction; tut his
de'ermined attitude had the effect of pro
ducing a rare silence among all partiep
while he delivered a speech of an hour and
a half in length.
" Shoo Fly " Undeb Difficulties. A
la 3j in an Ohio Cburch rested her head on
the back of the pew in front, as all devout
people do in the time of prayer, but in the
pew before her sat a young man who
neither bowed his head nor kneeled. A
beautiful plume nodded and danced upon
the head of the fair one behind him, occa
sionally touching the neck of the youth,
who evidently considered it a fly or some
other troubleFome insect For a time he
bore the unpleasant sensation without a
murmur, but at last patience ceased to be a
virtue, and from the flash of his eagle eye
one could plainly see that the hour of that
"fly" had come. Cautiously his hand
moved toward the supposed offending in
sect; then followed a frantic clutch, and a
spring behind him. Imagine the horror of
the youth to find in his hand the nobby hat
of the fair one, which he had torn violently
from her head, sadly disarranging the con
tour of braids and chignon. The lady waa
indignant, of course, and the youth oocJd
have been purchased at an immense sacri
fice about that time. JV. Y. Standard.
Thk two Russian peasants who mur
dered the Austrian Prince d'Aremberg have
been sentenced to fifteen years' imprison
ment, with hard labor, in the mines ot Li
beria. During the examination it was
elicited that the murderers, before going
to their horrible work. 6tepped into a little
church, near the palace where the unfortu
nate Prince resided, and most devoutly im
plored a blessing from the v lrgin Mary on
their guilty undertaking. Among Eussian
thieves the custom is prevalent of kneeling
before the statue of the Virgin (one ol
which is found in every Bussian house
hold) on entering a house, and saying a
hurried prayer, after which something is
thrown over the face of the statue, that the
Virgin Mary may not witness the crime
that is about to be committed.
SostE years ago, when Miss Harriet Mar-
tineau was visiting the Pyramids of Egypt
she expressed regret that the art by which
the immense 6tones were raised to their
places was lost An engineer therefore
published an article stating that anycom
petent engineer could construct a pyramid
equal to the largest ia Egypt The follow
ing facts would seem to prove that this is
no idle boast: According to ancient authors,
from 100,000 to 300,000 men were engaged
for twenty years oh the great pyramid, the
sum of whose united labor has been esti
mated to be equal to raising 15,700,000 cu
beo feet of stone one foot high. The steam
engines of England, as it has been esti
mated, would be able to do this ii only 18
hours. This would make the construction
of pyramids similar to those in Egypt by
no means an impossible work, provided
anybody could be found foolish enough to
The snow was so deep in Cheshire coun
ty, New Hampshire, last winter, that it was
difficult for persons meeting with teams to
pass. An eccentric citizen, well known In
that county, and having a defect in his
speech, was coming to the village with a
. . . , 1 . A A
horse and sieign, ana oemg aixnn to meet
a stranger with a team, exclaimed, "Turn
out ! turn out ! my father's dsad I" Upon
which the stranger, with much difficulty,
turned out and gave him the entire road.
After he had got fairly by, the strangei
turned and inquired of him when his fath
er died; to which the grief-harrowed citi
zen responded "about fifteen years ago !"
One day last week, twin sisters, now
sixty-nine years old, one the mother of W.
S. Bradley, who resides in Phoenix, N. Y.,
and the other Mrs. IsabelL of Iowa City,
met at Mr. Bradley's residence, after a sep
aration of twenty-nine years. The friends
so arranged the meeting that neither sister
knew that she was to meet the other.
Comfort for Octogenarians.
When you are eighty years old, good
reader, you may soliloquize after this fash
"I have become very deaf. What a bless
ing! There is such a lot of silly talk I can
not hear such scandals, etc.
"My eyes are failing. How fortunate!
I do not see a tithe of the folly and wick
edness that is going on around me. I am
blind to faults that would provoke me to
'I have lost my teeth, and my voice is
not very laudable. Well, I find it is no use
babbling to folks who won't listen, so I save
my breath for better purposes. I don't
6how my teeth where I can't bite. I ven
ture on no tough meat
"My taste is not so discriminating as of
yore; and the good is tnat x am the more
easily satisfied, don't keep finding fault am
contented and thankful. A nice palate is
a plague I have got rid of.
"My joints are rather stiff. Well, If they
were ever so supple, I do not want to go to
see the sights, hear concerts make speech
es, nor carouse at least
"1 am not so strong as I was; but for
what do I need to be stout? I am not go
ing to wrestle or fight with anybody. My
morals are generally improved.
'My brain is not so clear as in my young
er days, therefore I am neither so hot-head-nor
opinionated. I forget a thousand in
Vanderbilt's Cattle Trade.
Speaking of the Central-Erie freight war
fare, the New York Standard remirks:
Vanderbilt has been beaten at his own
game by Fisk and Gould. When the com
modore reduced fcis rates on cattle from
$120 to $40 per car, he congratulated him
self that Erie would not make such a ruin
ous reduction. He was mistaken, for the
Erie managers astonished him by an
nouncing to the public that they would
carry cattle and live stock from Suspension
Bridge to New York for one cent per
head. Vanderbilt suspecting they were
merely putting him on his mettle,
become doubly courageous and re
duced his tariff to $1 per car. This was
what Fisk and Gould wanted. They im
mediately telegraphed to their agents
throughout the West to buy all the stock
they could on the account of the Erie road
and ship it via the Central road. This or
der was obeyed 60 literally that the Erie
folks have now in their great national
stockyards at Weehawken 8,000 head of
cattle, which their kind friend Vanderbilt
has transported from Buffalo on terms
which would not pay for tho grease on the
car-wheels of the stock trains. Vanderbilt
was not long in finding out how nicely he
was beaten, and it is said he has made
overtures to Fisk and Gould, offering to go
back to the original rates, a proposition
which has not been accepted.
No one need ever despair of waking up
to find himself famous. On the 16th nit a
gentleman in San Francisco, hitherto only
noted for de-.ds.of daring in "fighting the
tiger," was seated asleep in the smoking
car of the evening train from Sacramento,
on the Vallejo route. The car window on
the side opposite him was open; suddenly
he sprang to his feet and dove head fore
most out of it his heels barely touching
the Bash and tearing it to fragments. At the
moment the train was moving at not less
than 25 miles an hour; but as quickly as
possible it was stopped and backed to the
place of the occurrence, about five miles
from Suisin. The gentleman was found
sitting on the ground, evidently a little
confused, as to his whereabouts. He was
unhurt, except a mere scratch on one arm.
He climbed into the car without difficulty.
When he saw, as well as heard about what
he had gone through, he complained that
previously, when awako, he had been pick
ing blackberries and was startled by the
appearance of a snake. While sleeping in
the car he dreamed of the reptile, and
made a vigorous jump to avoid it For
the future he intends to select a safe juuip-ing-off
place when he has an exposition
of sleep" come upon him.
The Hudson Bay Company has appro
priated 300,000 received from Canada for
the transfer of its territory to the payment
of a dividend of 3 to stockholders.
Nervous debility, with its gioouiy attend
ants, low spirits", deprct.oion, involuntary
emissions, loss of eenen, spermatei rluea,
loes of power, dizzy head, Ions of memory
and threatened impotence and imbecility,
find a sovereign cure in Humphreys' Homeo
pathic Specific No. tweutv-eight Compiiaed
of the most valuable, mild and potent Cura
tives, they strike at once at the root of the
matter, tone up the system, arrest the dis
chargee, and impart vigor and energy, lile
and vitality to the entire roan. They have
cured thcusandd of cases. Price $5 per pack
age of five boxes and a large vial of powder,
which is very important in obatinate wr old
caxes, or 1 per tangle box. Sold by all drug
gists, and xent by mail on receipt ot price.
Address Humphrey. Specific Homeophutic
Medicine Co., 562 Broadway, New York.
Wkolsiai AgtnU Buniliamg & Tan Schaack, Hnrl
burt A Edsall. Chicago, Ilia. ; Jenks Gordon, St
Paul. Minn.; Brown. Webber & Graham, 8L Louis,
Mo.; Farrand. Sheley k Co.. Detroit. Mich.
A Combination Long Needed.
Buchu, Juniper aud Acetate of com
bined in a scientific manner ormstho prepa
ration known as Wayne's Elixir. Ite merits
have alreadv made it a popular remedy in the
cure of all Diseases of the Kidnnys and Blad
der. Lives complaint, indigestion, dyipepsia,
diseases of the kidneys and bladder, and
those chronic diseases peculiar to femalra,
as weakness, irregularities, weak back and
laucorrhea, are cured in one-third the time
necessary to cure them with any other reme
dy, by using Dr. Piorco's Alterative Extract
or Golden Medical Discovery. Sold by drug
gists, or send three and a quarter dollars to
K. V. Tierce, JI. D., Buffalo, N. Y., and get
three bottles free of express charges.
The Purest and Sweetest Cod Liver Oil.
iu the world is Hazard & Caswell's, made on
the sea-shore, from fresh, selected livers, by
CASWELL, HAZARD 4 CO., New York. It
is absolutely pure and sieeei. Patients who
have once taken it prefer it to all others.
Physicians have decided it superior to any of
the" other oils in market. Sold by all drug
gists. Northwesters Horse Nail Co., manufac
turers of Patent Hammered Horse Nailx.
Office C8 West Van Buren street Factory 56
to 63 West Van Buren street corner Clinton
Irrr is wise to insure your house, where
the chances are only one to a hundred that it
may burn down, it ia wiser still to insure your
life, which must certainly end you know not
how soon. Insure in the Washington Life
The Ccnard aiaii lane or steamships leave
weekly front NbW York, Liverpool and
Qnoenstown. Agents in all tha principal
cities of the nortuwout 8. Bowt, General
Western Agut. No. ii Lake tr t. Chicago
Infants. The most irritable and restless
ot these tender little household buda, are
charmed as it were into quiet and swoet re
pose, by using Mrs. Whitcomb's Syrup.
Is the height of prosperity expect advorsi
ty, and fortify yourself against ita evils by a
policy ou your life in the Washington.
IlUBLiDT & us all's, leading wholcsa.lt
druggieta ot tUw Northwest, corner Jj&k'
street arid Waba-n avenue. Chicago.
The annual exhibition of the St. Louis
Agricultural and Mechanical Association next
fall, promises to surpass in every respect that
of any previous years.
Highest prices always lor consignmenta o
hides, pelts', and tallow, by Skinuer & Boyn
ton, No. 23J Lake etreet Chicago, 111.
See advertisement of Dr. Butts Dispensa
ry, headed. Book lor the Million Marriage
Guide in another column. It should be
read by ail.
James H. Foster A Co., 151 Lake St, Chi
cago, importers of breech-ioading shot gun
rarvATE medical aid. Bead Dr. Whittier
Caution to Watch Buyers.
Uuacrupuloas parties are selling worthless Swis
Watches bearing trade marks very nearly imUart
the trade marks of gennine Waltham Watches.
This i not only a fraud on the purchaser, but t
great Injury to the reputation of the genuine Watch.
To avoid imposition, buyers should insist on get
ting genuine Waltham Watches, and taks no other
This is the only safe rule, since some sellers fre
quently endeavor to sell other watches In preference
on which larger profits are made.
The trademarks of the various styles are :
AMEKICaN WATCH Co Waltham, Mass.
AMX. WATCH Co Waltham, Maas.3
AMERICAS WATCH Co.. Cres
cent Street Waltham. Mass
APPLETON. TBACY & Co Waltham, Mass
WALTHAM WATCH Co Waltham, Mass.
P. 8. BABTLETT Waltham, Mass.
WM. ELLESr Waltham, Mass.
HOME WATCH Co Boston, Mass,
Examine the spelling of these names careful!
before buying. Any variation even of a single lettet
Indicates a counterfeit
ROBBINS & APPLETON.
General Agents. 1 8 Broadway, H.
Reaping Nature's Harvest. Hundreds of
men ana dojs are now employed by the aH'
ciation of New York capitalists known as the
Sea Moss Farine Co., in rcap'.ng from the
i-ocks on the Irish coast th. edible marine
lichen which, a prepared nder the name of
Band's SeaMoki Farine, has alreadv bocome
one of the important mannfactured staple
ot the America produce market. Tho pat
ent for this cheap and deltcioun food element
is scarcely a veac told, yet its use is all bu
universal. Evorv procerv and general store,
and every respectable "druggist establish
ment in the country finds it necessary to
keep a supply of the article. Housekeepers
declare that tho quantity of exquieito cus
tard. bluc mange, light pudding, cream,
jelly,etc., producible from the Farine exceeds
by one-half that obtainable from any other
gelatinous agent need in cookery. The cen
tral depot is at 53 Park Place, New York.
Pressing's Celebrated Cider Vinegar is the
best in the market. Ask your grocer for it.
The onlv positive ears for Gonorrhoea, Gleet, and dis
eases arisinc from i rid i Deration. Copaiba and Mercury
discarded ; tea pills effect a ears; purely vegetable;
care in front two to four days, thus svoidma; exposure
and trouble. Priee. male packages. $10u ; f eraale $3,uU,
Ssnt by mail to any address. Also for Whites.
SAMARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB JUICES
for Bcrofala, Ulcers, Blotches, Pimples, Syphilis, and
diseases of the blood. Price $1,25 per Bottle, bold by
J. U. Israel. Ia Dearborn St., Chicago. Desmond A
Cow, Proprietors. 915 Race St.. Philadelphia.
IF YOU have a notion of
boring a SCALK of any
IT WILL PAY
To send for oar Illustrated
FORSYTH, WILLIAMS & BOAL,
M ASTTFACrnjR EB3
TJ. 8. 8TAHDABD.
179 Lake Street, Chicago, Ills.
205 Be 207 Market Htreet, St. LonU, Bio.
145 d; 147 Walnat Street, Cincinnati, O.
II E Great Freitrh Serrrt for ladies or Gsnts
aaareas l. a. UAUA.NUKA, Toledo, U.
ery few jrrsnu tliiuk when they lmvo
a flue fuit of Hair f the very jreat iniiKir
tanrc of cultivatiu!r it in thuir youth.
Nothing can be more heoomin-; or desira
ble mold: thnn a flue full Si IT of U '.IU.
In order to eecuro thii. years have beeu
spent by Da. Cuai.fant in perfectinir this
valuable article. It contain X) M Ll'llt !1!
0 M fi.U LEAD!! M) AU0U0L!!! XO
I'OISOMUS COLOniXJ MtrTKK!!!! to
bnrn and destroy the Tery delicate root oi
It is PURELY VEGETABLE contains
tho only Tcsetablo oil ever discovered that
firomotes the growth and produces lonj;
a in riant locks of Hair. It is delicately
per f timed with the sweets of moot fragrant
flowers. This article is found in the Targe
Cities on almost every toilcttee, bnt mors
especially among tho more fashionable
classes, as it has proved to be the only ar
ticle that will retain the Hair in position
any length of time, after dressing. It is
used by LadU"'" Hair Dressers and Barbers
stall the leading lintels of the eonntry.
It trocs three times ns far as alcoholic arti
cles. Alcohol prepnrations from the natu
ral heat of the Wad evaporates and leaves
the Hair parched and dry. Price 60 cts.
CANDV. GILPIN' A C0 Proprietors
OLD BY ALL. DllL'GGlSTS. r
prn-.T.-R-R, nixrcii ez. ftjt.t.ttr,
it Is a singular fact that in this 'enlightened age and
Country the treatment nasally adapted by the faculty
in eases of Dyspepsia (indigestion), is the result of a
falaa theory, indivaiimn a lammaM tguomc of lA
pkynalan of the tomnrh and dueMtim oraant, and is in
most instances calculated to establish and confirm the
ma'.ady it ia intended to remove. The Secretary of the
Philadelphia Botanic Institute will feel pleasure in
forwarding (free) to all applicants the excellent
botanic emedy for Indigestion, Bilious and Liver
Comp lairs, recently discovered by Prof. WALKER, of
Sydney, ntw South Wales, Australia, and eommunicat
Medicae Institute by that distinguished botanist. The
meats 1 Reform Society (at whose coet the announca
ttaey wappear) wish it to be distinctly understood, that
for thiili not accept any contribution, fee or gratuity
monsts recipe, the object of the society beiag to da
other rate the superiority of the botanic over every
that practice of medicine, and in retarn only desire
forw those who may be signally benefitted by it will
aid ard to the Society a statement of the case, and thus
refwith facts the present movement in favor of medical
Torro. Kncloee a directed envelope to the SKCRK
SARY BOTANIC INSTITUTE, 816 Sontii lliteenU
Street. Philadelphia. Pa.
A GREAT OFFER.
Harac Waiters, 4S1 Broadway, N. Y.
Will dispose of ONE HUNDRED PIANOS, NELO
DKONS, and ORGAN'S of au hrstlass makers, includ
ing Ghickering A Son's, at exikkmkly low fhii'f.h,
TUB CASH. DCaDia THIS atOKTH, OT Will take frOUl $9 tO
gda monthly until paid. ' lyr
Nerer Kaaaeate a Weak Stomnch. The eon
dition of a weak stomach was never yet improved by
cathartic drugs. They mervly increase the lmrauoa,
which is all-important to allay. There is no prepara
tion ia existence which so quickly and certainly relieves
asusea aa Tabkaht's Fffebvescint Seltzf.r Apeb
iekt. Iu immediate effect ia to soothe and refresh tha
uneasy organ. It arrests vomiting, or the disposition
to vomit at once, and carries off without pain, through
the intestines, the morbid emetic matter which is the
provocative of nausea. A dose o( the Aperient will
always effectually "settle the stomach" after a nights
dissipation. gy ALL DRUGGISTS.
St. Louis Saw Work
Manufacturer, of SPAUIDIKP'S
Patent Inserted Teeth S tws.
FOR SALK AT THEIR WAREHOUSES.
110 cb 118
A Book for the Million.
kulor to the Man
Ikied or those about
CrlJXJJxIa tnyMool-'icaT1 mv-
tarlsa' and revelattona of the sexual system, fit a the
latest discoveries in producing and preveafjna' offspring,
preservina the complexion, Ao.
This is an interestinc work of two hundred and twenty
four paces, with numerous ena-ravinira, and ooatains
valuable information to those woo are married or con
template marriage; sull it is a book that OQKht to be
nnder look and key. and not laid carelessly about the
Sent to any one (free of postage) for Fifty fVnta.
Addiess Dr. Butts' Dispensary. UN. Kighth o.,
St, Loan, Ho.
tw- Notice ta the Afflicted and rnfortannte.
Before applying to the oatonoos quacks who adver
tise in pnblio papers or using any VirjacK Rkmkmes,
parnae lr. Butts' work, no matter what your disease is,
or how deplorable your condition.
Dr. Butts can be consulted, personally or by mail, on
the diseases mentioned in his works, Othce. no. la .
Kighth SL. bet. Market snd (Jheatnut. ht. Uois.Mo.
VOUN IHKN suffering from fiervous Debility,
Premature Decay, Self Abase, Ac., send for
NiBvrna Pills, burs cure. NevsrfsiL lluby mail.
Warrants. Address L SaJiaKB. 47 La Salle bl.Gkicaso
A REGULAR GRADUATE OF MFDICIXK.
as diploma at orhce will show, has been lona-ar
ensaaed in the treatrnentol Venereal, Sexual and
Private Diseases tnan any other phjaioiaata Sb
by'phiBs. Gonorrhea. Gloet, Stricter. Orchitis.
Hernia and Kupture: all Crinary DiMas and
sTpihUcor M.rcunalAnl.ctK,n.of p.jroM
siinorbonessre treated withunparalelicdsuccoa.
Spermatorrhea, Sexual pebilitr and Irupoteucr,
as the return oi ku-wmwi-jw. v
inmatnreryesrsorothercaasss,sna which produce 4
some of the following effects, aa nocturnal enns-
nons, blotches, debility.dizziness. dimnessof h t, C
contusion ui lucwMH . - - - ,
society of female, loss of memory snd sexual porter,
and rendering ffiaioaga improper are pezmay
practice are u.'jurvssed in SL Louiaor any.tuer
city. Backnletof ftU Louis paporapn.ro tl.it be has
been located thore lon-er by ycar thnn l-Nll'"
advertising. IueesUblishroent.libnirT.i .boratory
surpassed snywkere. Age.witheipcneoco.ean be
reliednpon. and the doctorcan roforto many pny
present position he stands without a compeuioc
The Writings of a Physician whsse reprr-
buiontel'nion-Trido should be
Donrm WHiriiea pablisb.es a jrEDTCAL
PAM P 11 LET relating to veno real diaeawa andthe
disastrous and varied consequonccs of soh-auaa,
that will be sent tc .ny sddroao yn a sealed snvelope
f or two stampa M any physicians i nt rod uco pat len U
to t h. Doctor after reading his 41 ed ical Pan phlet.
Communicat'onoonndrnual. A f riendly talc will
cost son nothing. Orhc. central, yet retired
No. 611 Sr. Charles street, St. I-oaia, ilo. lioora
9 i. X. to 1 P. M. bundays LI to a P. at.
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forUoogbssod Colds, and all lung complaints
fraSL It baa cured thaqsaoda Send for it to Vahixl
Ado, P. O. Boa 3s3L Mew York.
v P . i
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Dr. ViL'-T-ii Z VLTJFORNIA.
Hundreds of Thousands
Bear tcntimonv to their Wonder
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25 WHAT ARE THEY? 1 1
v.. " A - - . " T a 73
THEY ARE NOT A TILE
Made of Poor Ram, WhUkrvt Proof fpln
mad Refuae I.iqnors doctored, spiced andswev'
ened to please the taste, called " Tonics," " Appt J?
ere, Restorers," Ac, that lead the tippler or. ;
drunkenness and rain, bnt are a trne Medicine, m-. :
from the Native Boots and Herbs of California, lr j.
from all Alcoholic Stimulant. They are t-
GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER anil A I.I1
GIVING PRINCIPLE a perfect Renovator. .
Inviijorator of the System, carrying off all poisonc
matter and restoring theblood to a healthy con dtlc"
Ko person can take these Bitters according to dlroc
tion and remain long unwell.
8100 will be given for an incurable case, provide
the bones are sot destroyed by mineral poison ."
other means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the
point of repair.
For Inflammatory and Chronic Kbcnmti
tlam and Goat, Dyspepsia, or Indigestlon.
nilioas,Remittenc and Intermittent Feve
DiseRsrH of the Blood, Liver, Kidueya aa
Bladder, these Bitters have been most sncce
ful. Snch Diseases are caused by Vitlatj-
Blood .which Is generally produced by derangemen.
of tho I)lite-(ive Organs.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION, He
ache. Pain In the Shoulders, Coughs, TUlhtness of U.
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Stoma?
Bad taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitatior
of the Heart, Inflammation ot the Longs, Pain In tec
regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other palnfc
symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
They Invigorate the stomach, and stimulate the t a
Did liver and bowels, which render them of uncq nails.
efficacy in cleansing the blood of all Impurities, an :
imparting new life and vigor to the whole system.
FOR SKIN DISEASES, EruptionsTetter, Sai
Rhucm.Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Bolls.Ca)
boncles, Riag-Worms, Scald Head, Sore Eyes, Erysu
elas. Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin, Humoi'
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature
are literally dug up and carried out of the system te
short time by the use of these Bitters. One bottle u
such cases will convince the most Incredulous of the.,
Cleanse the VKtetel Blood whenever yoa find t
Impurities burftr SO a.-oaoHUicskinlnPlinples.EriU
tlons or sores 1 savntsraen you nna it oostruopi
and sluggish in ana wans ; cleanse it when It is for
and your feelings will tell yoa when. Keep the bloo.
pure and the hejOt of the systrra will follow.
PIN, TAPE and other WORMS, lurklngm '
system of so many thousands, are effectually destro
ed and removed. For full directions, read carefui".
the circular around each bottle, printed in four lai
guases English, German, French and Spanish.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R.H.MCDOXALD CO
Druggists and Gen. Agents. San Francisco, Ca.
and S and 34 Commerce Street, New York.
tW SOLD BY ALL DBJGGlaH AID DKALERL
JOKES & SIBLEY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
COH. FIFTH AXD MARKET STS.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Sal Agmt arnd Proprietor of At follow alaabU
1 1 NT-: WELL'S Preparations, including the cele
brated Opal Cement. . .
WAYNES Aceuue Potash, Dacha int
lRrKKiTS Jnniper Tar, the Great Cough
JONLS &. SIBLEY'S HaJr Restorer aad
llrewiing: aiso tne
LA 11L' COM PANTON, a beautiful tablet for the
I see, imparting a Deaouiui pioum auu wuuob wmw
nsss to toe skin without injury ; its us. will ftjon .ee
t'e most skeptical.
NFNTlJi'.Sl Vevey Switzerland) Laeteoaa Farina.
Mother's Milk Nub.lit.te, the best food for
Babies in use. recommrnded bx the leading Physv
cians in Europe and America,
Together with a toil assortment maiigooas m our una.
. . : W made now, east
ar medicines. Sent
.t. t -t post-paid oa receipt
V-WlV T.ff T of IU cents. Address
.. -"' "J r. K. B. KOOTK.
' '- !Ui Lexington Ave-
. ; una eorur of rest
. --th Street, Kew
' A York.
fW.ft.1 anil I Sir.
for the Kaptursd.
.ent post-paid on
receipt ef lt cents.
Address Dr. K. It.
KOOTK, author of
Senas, Plain Home
Talk. etc.. L3U Lex-
, n trtnn Am. AOV. of
- Kast 24th St.. X
"1 Sent in sealed en
velope en receipt of
Ui coats. Address,
i te K kiHll'h-
i ' l.,;n.i, An
ae, corner of l'ast L
tn btreet, new
af aTUTS TO THE OHfLDLESS sent lre on receipt
II of one letter stamp. Address Dr. K. K rWl .
Gj Lexington Avenne, Kew York.
J. I. CASE & CO.,
BACTNE, - - WISCONSIN'.
mWANTJFACTtTRERS OV THRESHINO MA
ital CHINKS, with Prm', Climax and MorrnTaD
Home Powers. Tread Powers, Wood Sawing Machines
and Portable Engines. Deseriptive circulars sent free
by mail, far-The largest manufacturers of THJUtaH
Eas in the World. .
I TOtT want the pBrewt, brt aad cheapest
TOILET St4P. buy t OMJATE ck :0-'S.
rLI BV ALL STdRUKtKPHts.
Vf THK SCIEXTIFIO BODIES OK ALL CIVIL
IZED COUNTRIES HAVE UN ITED IN PR AISlNIi
HOEPS MALT EXTRACT, AND HAVE BESTOW
ED UPON ITS ORIGINATOR MANY MEDALS
Then we feel certain that the Consumptive uses it
with confidence; the weak and invalid take it as the
best tonic, snd aa a oonstant drink, and that people
a If acted with Loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia, Debility.
Coughs, Colds, eta., try it, and hnd the same benefit by
using it aa tnouaands have proclaimed. It ia, indeed, a
health-giving and health-sustaining drink and remedy
SOLD BV ALL DKUG1STS AND GRtJCEKS.
TAUKANT rV CO.,'-? lireenwlch St., N. Y.
Sou AessTS roa UnntD staxis, itu.
wxisCH A GRiFrrrnsr
SAWS! AXES! SAWS!
JAWS of all description. AXES. BELTING and
MILL FURJSISH1NOS. OrRCiULArt SAWS wiiB
Solid Teeth, or with Patent AiWTjbTABLg Pociis,
sapsrwr to all huerted ltk Sate.
wr trice iteaacea.aa
tW Send for Price List and Oireulars, AU
WELCH & iJHIFFITII?,
Boston. irlajHtM .r Utrwlt. Mirh.
BLACK AS THE RAVEN'S WlttU
T. Kidder's Raven Indelible Ink. It flows freelv.
blots, and never fades. Used as easily aa common in k
with a steel or quill pen. Remember "Raven Ink.'
Sold everywnere. Svixiur-M a w bini'.tlUL,
Manufacturers, kew York.
THE NKl'KKTM OF YOL'TII UNVEILED.
A Medical Treatise of thirty-two pages, sent pre
paid, oa receipt of two three cent postage stamps.
Address . M. B..LA CKOlX, Albany, M. T
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DIURETIC ii ALTERATIVt
I asw and valssbls preparation for tie rs
Usf aad care or Gravel, IrrlUtloa of the
Bladder aid r retort, DroBslraLBhsa
taatlc aad Goaty Affections, Pales
la the Back aad Loins, Ac, Ar.
To those suffering front diseases ef the KM
neys and Bladder,. and the eoniieiit train
of distressing ailments, this remedy is couo
dently recommended as a relief, and needs m
a trial to prove its great value In the cine
he above mentioned diseases. As an Atten
tive, this Elixir will be found much inuie
beneficial than the preparations of Sarsana
rilla, so popular, (and we might say of que
tinned medicinal value), and where a BUm
Purifier is needed, there Is no question
Diuretic and Alterative Elixir
Will accomplish all that Is desired. The
living in malarious districts, West and Sou
asa general tbing need, on the approach
warm weather, auch a remedy ; one that
remove languor, and restore tone and vigoi .
the system. Ko preparation will more ertv
nally accomplish this than the
DIDHETIC UHLTEBIM EUX11-
It Is by far a more potent and effectual Alter
ative and Blood Purifier than Sarsapsrilla.e.-'t
free from all objections that may be in-
against the latter, and its usual adjuneio.
Iodide of Potassium, or some preparation ui
MANUFACTURED BT THE PKOPKIKTUKs,
Imperters sad Dealers la
DflDGS. MEDICINES. PAINTS
Chemical 4 Pharmaceutical Preparation?.
N. W. Cor. 4th and Vise Streak
Cincinnati. - Ohio
LOOK TO YOUR CHILD REAL "
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMESY.
irlr. iCnres Colic snd (?npinit In, Price
Wb I trusib'i X Bowels And facilitates the(
?vrup. rprocess of lee thine ) t rutaw
llr. ISubdoes Convulsions and) Price
Wniicomb'a 'overcomes all diseases inci- '
Oyrup. Ideot to infants and ciiildren) t eatsw
.Una. iCurea Diarrhea. Dysentery Price
Wkitenmb's "and Summer Complaint in-
riyrup. Ohildren of all ages. ) Outs.
It is the Great Infant' and Children's Soothing Rem
edy in all disorders brought en by Teething or any
""preredby the GRAFTON MEDICINE CO., ST.
Louis. Mo. Sold by Draggiatsand Doaisnin Madicina
Meadow Kins Mower.
Mctmufd bg Srns, Ptyr t Ox, TrmmamAmrg, jr. T.
The lightest draft aad most durable Mower made
The Knife is always inlinewiiktue Pitman, thus avoid
ing friction and enabling it to work freely in any posi tion
of the Cutter-Bar. It ia the only perfectly flexible Cut.
ter Bar. and excels all other Mowers en roogh frporid.
or cireulars or informauon, send to S. L SUEl.UO--
Madison. Wis., General Agent for Wisconsin. JJ'nn.
sota. and Northern Iowa; also agent for New Yorke
Reapers snd other Machinery, or to J. D. KiMtK,
Chicago, General Agent for Illinois. Southern Iowa, ae
ThisisNO PATENT MEDICINE HUMBUG, get
ten np to da po tne ignorant and eredoions, nor is it
repreaeated ss being "coraoosed of rare and precious
sa. stances brought from toe four corn.rs ol the earth,
carried seven tunes serosa the Great Desert of Sahara b
en the backs of tourtevn came la. and brought across
toe Atlantic Ocean oa two Ships.'' it is a tmple, ai f,
irMkat KmUv, a per fit Aciie for I at a Baa and
"Cold rs rat Head," also for odensive Breath. Loss
. i.iim.ni nr tha SaaM oi SmelL Taste or Hearing.
Waienng or Weak Eyes, Pain or Pressure in the Head, j
when caused, as they all not aofrequeatly are, by the '
violence of Catarrh.
I otTer, in good faith, s standing Reward of IM for
case of Catarrh that I cannot cure.
F.r Hale by mowt Drsurslsta Everywhere.
PBICB SO CkHTS.
Beat by mail, post-paid, oa receipt of SrtTT CXXTS.
our packages for I or 1 Doyen lor 5.ua
Send a two cent samp for Dr. bags s pamphlet on
Catarrh. Address the proprietor,
vmm- B.V. PIERCE, M. D . BVWALO, H. Y
Weed Family Favorite
Manufactured by the Weed S. M. Co., Hartford, Ct,
as now perfected, is the BEST aad MOST RELIABLE
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE,
For ALL xrjTDg of family work, now ia use. 1 will do a
LABORS KANttS of work, sewing from the LIOBTrJirr
goodsiothe hkavwst ht.avkr cloth or LsarHCB, with
out change of Needles, Thread or Tension, it m simple
and not liable to get out of order. It has s straight
needle and makes the Lock Stitch. Responsible Agents
wsnted in every oonnty. A liberal aisuoont to the trade.
Send for pnca list and terms to GEO. O. THOMAS A
CO., 11 lake St, Chicago, Avon to lor the Northwest.
Bay where too asw this advertisement.
ADDER'S PASTILLES. A Sore Relief tot
Aatnma. mce J cents ot mail.
STOW ELL (XL, Chariestow
A Liniment for Man aad Beast. 37 years in nse.
Sold bj all Druggists. Large bottles, $1.U; Med
ium, 60 cts. ; Small. 25c
Is pood for Rheumatism, Chilblains, Corns.
Whitlows, Caked Breasts, Sore Nipples, Cramps,
Bods, Biteaof Animals, Weakness of the Joints,
Contractions of the Muscles, Burns and Scalds,
Froet liites. Painful Nervous Affections, Chapped
Hands, Lame Back, Pain in the Side, Swellings.
Tumors, Tooth Ache, Old Sores. Hemorhoids, or
Piles, Flesh Wounds, Galls of all Kinds. Bpraina,
A A ' A
Bruises, Cracked Heels, Ring Bone, Poll Evil.
Windfalls, Callous, Spavin, Sweeney, Fistula, Sit
fast, External Poisons, Scratches or Urease, String,
halt. Sand Cracks, Lameness, Strains, foundered
Feet. Mange, Hora Distemper, Garget ia- Cows,
tracked Teats. Feet Rot in Sheep, and many other
diseases incidental to Man and Beast, Thirty-seven
years before the American Pnblio. Adapted to
family nse. Having been often solicited to prepare
this Celebrated Oil free from stain, to l-e need aa a
common Liniment by families, we have at length
succeeded in extracting the coloring properties
which have heretofore reoaered it objectionable.
This t)il possesses the efficient principles of that
prepared ith the dark tinge, and will be found to
be one of the best Remedies for almost all purposes
that has ever been before the public. Bnt for ani
mals, in all cases, nse the other kind, and always
get a half-dollar or dollar bottle, to have enoogb to
be of much service. r-Before using, shake the
bottle, x'og.iah and German Almanacs, Vade
Mecnms. Show Bills. Posters and Circulars will be
forwarded free, upon application by letter.
From Messrs. W. K. Warner k Co., West Georgia,
Vt.. Nov. 29, 1887. We consider your Gargling Oil
as staple an article as we have In our store, and aa
sure io sell sa tea or sugar. We never have sold a
bottle, that we know of, that has not given perfect
Almanacs and Cook Books sent free from the
office in Loci port, N. Y.
From Hon. Nathan Llndsey, County Judge of
Shelby Co., Iowa, dated Harlan, April 13, lso7. It
is decidedly preferred to any other Liniment sold
in this section.
From L. Schlottman, Round Top, Fayette Co..
Texas, Feb. 15, 18BS. I am now selling more of
your Gargling Oil than any other Liniment, and all
who h.ve used in pronounce it "the tst thing
N N . N
Our reputation having been established over 87
years in Lock port, N. Y., and throughout the coun
try, we do not di-t-m It necessary to resort to using
reference, and, in fact, we know and feel to think
it of no use in our business; but aa there are a few
who are more or less prejudiced against the pro
prietors and manufacturers of Patent Remedies,
we subjoin the following references aa to the quali
ty of the Oil, our responsibility, fair dealing and
How. JOHH VAN HORN. Mayor City of Lockport.
HON. A. E. BROWN. Kx-Maycr.
How. J. JACKSON, Jr., Ex-Mayor. City of Lockport.
Hon. H. GARDNER, tJoontyJudge, m
Hon. G. D. LA MONT, Ex-County Judge, "
O. E. MANN, Sheriff Niagara County,
NIAGARA CO. N A l-L tSA -NATIONAL
EXCHANGE BANK. "
J. T. MURRAY, Surrogate,
M. M. SOUTHWORTIL Dist Atty, City of
L A. SPAULU1NU, r-ostmaster.
WM. McCULLUM, M. D.
W. B. GOULD M. D '
S. T. CLARK. M. IX
JOHN KOOTK, M. D.,
D. F. BISHOP. M. D..
C. N. PALMER, M. D.,
Rxv. L S. STEVENS,
Rj:v. W. O. W18NER- City of Lockport,
Rav. J. L BENNETT. -Rjtv.
Rav. BRIG A AM YOUNG. Prest, Salt Lake, Utah.
Jlanufactured at Lockport, K. Y.,
GARGLING OIL GO.