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Be on Your Guard.
The anixm; 1kJ success which for twenty years has
Comnanid lb use of Hostetter Stomach Bitten
provokes Um envy of ignorant nostrum mongers in all
part, ol Uie ooontry, and the counterfeiting "bni.iriess
bavins leen meaavreably played oat in consequence of
the numerous snits instituted against tLe offenders, a
new system o( tactics has been adopted. In the Sooth
nd Vest especially, a. legion of "Bitters," prep&ted
from worthless materials and hearing a variety of
names, bave been rot up by irresponsible adventurers
with the hope of substituting them to some exrent for
the Standard Tonic of the Age la some cases country
drnggists are the concoctors and proprietors of these
wnsdcntinjc and trashy compounds, which are warmly
recommended by tho credulous in lien of the (treat
specific which has never yet had a successful compett
tor either among proprietor)' preparations or the medi
cines presented in private practice. This notice is
iutended to put the pulilic on their gusrd against pcr
ias.sit.ns of pirtios engagsd in tlieatteniptto substitute
nmre rnbbbh for the most efficient stomachic and
alterative at present known. At this season of 'ho year
when debility and complaints arising from a lack of
vital energy so generally prevail, it is of the greatest
eonseqieneo that no tricks should be ployed with
depressed and enfeebled systems. Ask, therefore, for
llntrtetter's Stomach Kilters, the great vegetable
inrigorant and alterative, aad reject, with deserved
contempt, the wore than useless medleys offered in
its plsoe. It s as important to the public an to the
proprietors of the famnns restorative, that this advice
should be heeded.
Be on Your Guard. No. 13.
SIMILIA SIMILLBUS CURANTUR.
Have proved, trom the mot mirfe experience, sn nti
ucc. tMnr,.l Froiiiia-Kllicir-nt and Kelisblf.
They ire tbeniilv Mrvliiim-MM-rfocth' adapted to popu
lar use so simple Wiat mistakes cnnot be made in
nsine I liu ; so tiarmiess xt, to lie free trom danger, ana
so c.t o.-iit as to be al:ivs reliable, 'i'hey have raieoo.
the hurbet commendation tiom all, and will aJ way a
render SMistacUon. -Kos.
1. nnrai Fevers. Cone-nsrion. Inflammations...... .25
- Vn-iu, Worm ver, wmniwK!-..
Diarrhora. of Children or Adults ....M
Iwucry, Griping, KOiousOolsO
" C'bit-nMorlraK, liting -
" t 'an n. Brooch itis -.-. -. .... -
" ri:ralfri&. Toothache, r aceache. 2D
" llcadacUrs, Pickileadache,Vertigo...,.2C
- llygprpMO. Bilious Stomach .-2
- .vm pr-- il f Painful Tonods- -3i
s YMiitr-. too profuse Periods. .25
( rorts Tough,Difficult Breathing... .... -2P
- Salt Kheiim. Krysipelas, Kroptions 2E
it liouua-.it ism. lUionuiatie Pains .....St
' . . . , 2 -r i to triil liir.-rticxs. rm
AH mr Wtrr orr ' ' ; - " - t,t
tulfti'-g a -. '' quantities 'arA,T.r
H.t j.:hm,:! re alto pml tip in axdarttnU at Ou
snatf price ytcru wwn
... .1 ao fitilll Vmr. Ames . K
Pilt-s, Blind or Bleeding -"
OrttiaJsny, and Sore or Weak Kyes. .-V
Catarrh, Acute or Chronio, lnfluenia,...St
"it hooping Oos.lt. Violent Cough- S
AHtbina, OppresBed Breathing
1-tr licbnrgci! Impaired lloaring SH
Srrafnla. rjiUrged C lands, f:weUings-...ti
(irseral Irrbility. Thysical Wsakness.. M
IroT,and Scanty Secretions . JSC
t-aMrkBessh Sickness isom Riding... .Al
JSerroiis -Ivbili!ri Seminal Emir-
hionH, Involuntary Discharges 1 U-
fore looth, Canker ... -St'
rlunrv Wenln-r, Wetting Bed !
I'ainf ! I riot! with Spasms... ... at
S-aftermips t change of hfe. .......... ..1 tX.
Pliifcptfy. Spssmv St. Titos' Dauce....J X.
liiplbcria. Ulcerated Sure Throat. .. ..-.t
Of :15 to 0 larcf vinl-. mororrs or r -.p
(1 raw. cntHiiiiiie a ep'tlir lor
rverv ordinarv 1im--U' a launiy M
iubjTt to, and boot ol direnjii -. ...
v. irom ylOto$3"
Rmaller Family and TraFeliiin: cases, with '
tortviabt. .- rrom!.ta8
Brmriflos for all Private! Disease, both for
- CaHnn nd fbr rrevrnriTe.treaUnent. in
' . niiaiid pocket eases fiom Vt to SD
j . v : . . . . & - v. vim-ien A - - .
Cwn Unrn-. Uriiises, IjimfBew, rjoronexn,
Sri Tbrnt, r-tmi, Twrtlmobf, Ijirache.
Nenrnlaln. - Khnimil tm, I.ueibntru, I'll)-,
lnilM -Mihciv, toi-e t'xvn, IU-n!in ol the
l.uHti-. No, MiiiuiuLi r of i'llc-s, C'crus.
1-T, Old !or-.
Irire, 6 30 resits. Piitt, Sl.CO; Ounrta.
f-Tbe. Bemedies. except POXD'S EXTR A (TT.
by I he .tie or Miitrio Ikj. are sent to any part of tbo
conatn. by mail or evpreas, freeoi charge, on reoeipt
ot the pride.
; la lirrrats rcsT vx adpbesstd ,
lUunsropatMc IrTrdicIne CompanT
Office and ItonoW No. i62 KBOADwaT. Sew Vork.
- . FOB &AJJS BY ILL DE.U GRISTS.
Whoijbsi.f AnrJJTK. K. Burn ham t Son, Hnrlbnrt
t Eiivail. Van Krhsark, Hcthimo A Keiil, Cbicare,
1IL: Jeeks i llordon. tit. PanL Minn. : Brown, Webber
A Gnbw, St. Louie, i'.a.; Farrand, bboiey A Co.,
? s t. s A - s a
v y V V f P t r
Time Tests the Merits of all Tilings
1S40-I to 1870.
. r FOR THIRTY YEAR? I
Perry Bavis5 Pain Killer
ilea been tested in every Wry of climate, and
by amvst eveiy nation known tr Americans. His the
almost coontaot compauiou snd inestimable fnend of
ttaemisnenary aud the traveler, en sea and bind, and
do f.ne.taonld travel on .our LA.KKi CMi KlVKKd
WITHOUi-ir. , . , .'
Pain Killer was tie First and is the
On y Permanent Pain Reliever. '
' Sine the PAJN Kfl.LKR was first Intraduced, wed
vnet with suen- uoHurpasaed rale, many iilMMRMTS,
KLiFrs, Paack, and oJ-.er Itv MFJ-tES have been
ni; urt iA the nnhiiT- but none of them buve attained
' toe truly t via bijc bTANDENO of the TAiN K ILLKIi.
vTET 13 THIS SO? :
. It4a becaaeo nAVlS? FAIN KILLER is what it
cJaims to be,aReUeverof Pain. -
ITS MERITS ARE UNSURPASSED, v
If yma see so Sarin trout IJfTKRJJAI. PAHr,a
t tji"v 4rot w Unir tmtm- will almost instant if cure
yen. There is nothing to exraat it. In a lew momenta
it cures (Jobcs, tJramiis .Spasms. Hearttrarn, JJiarrbea.
.iysentery. Klnx. Wind in the Bowels, hour fctumach.
Dyspepsia, Kick U end ache.
" In sections of the country where FKVKK AKD
A.UK prevaiU there is mo remedy held in greater
Miwm. Persons traveling abculd keep it by them. A
ew draos in wiUer will prevent sici
irenuies irom cnanee i water.
In foreign con itrios the calls for PAIN KILLER are
It is found to
Cure CLclera , tcbea all other
' Remedies Pail.
. WHKrrSKIV.XTFKSALLT. AS A LTNIMF.NT,
-wethuig gives quicker ease in Burns, iiia. Bruises,
hpraiDS, Stingsof Iusecta, Scalds. -Jt removes the tire,
and the woand heals like ordinarv sores. Those sufTer
iingwilhitHI'UHATlsM, CitlUT, or KEUKAIXtlA,
if not a positive cure, they and the PAIN k 1LLKU
gives them .-etiei when no other remedy will. It -
GiTes. iBs.tant Relief frcm Acliirg Teeth
Trom le. to fh's dav, UTfl, thirty years.) PKRBT
DAVIS' PAIN kILLKR has had no Kival !
. gwrr Hnmmr kMrprr isnM ke p 11 a luvui, to apply it on
the first attack of any Para it will give eauaiactory
relief, and save boorb of 'suitering. -
im Bill uujd wiui uuirair( u vmi iug uuwiru
edies. Be sure you call fer, and geube genuine PA IN
KlLUK,as many sorUilasi noslnimsare attempted
to be sold on tbegreat repumiion of this valoabie med
icine. (IP Direetioc acooinpi.cr each bottle.
Price 25 ets 50 ets., and 1 per Botiie.
J. N. 11 A RKIS i JO . fine ati, Ohio. Proprietors
tor the Sonttiern and Vt set arn States. . - .
f V- Kor Sale by all Medicine Healers.
Sold at Milwaukee by U. tu-sw"irm A Sons,
Gefkkf. A Bitttok. liirg A Ririso. DraK P.nua,
boEXUi, SomiiPl A IXj and all Aiilwankeo Drng-ita-;
; . ' . . i i . -
GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY
is. ' - ' ' ' -"
"TkR. KFX"ET'.o(iioabary. has disrnvered in
I nn,(ltrr common nasture weeds a rmnedv thst
ures m:KV Kl.VU OK HUMOR, from the WOIUST
Two bottles are warranted to cure nursing sore
One or three bottles will cure the worst kind of
pimples on the face.
Two or tnroe bottles will deu the system ef biles.
Two bottles are warranted to cure the worst canker
in the stomach.
Ti'iee to nvwtmtrtes are warranled to cure the worst
kind at ry"fel. f - " '
One er ura4xuSes.ar warranted to cure all humor is
Two bottles are warranted to cure running of the
wars and blotches among the hair.
h oor to six bottles are warzanted to core corrupt and
- b iiceeu t twenty bottles will cure scaly eruptions of
Two or three bottles are warranted to core the worst
kind of nnrwonn.
Two to three bottles are wartantad tonara the moat
drrate cane ol rhaiiuatism.
Threa or fourbottlea are warranted to 'onr salt
rive to eight battles will enre the worst case of scrof
nla. One to two bottles are warranted to enre the worst
case of drsnouia. - A know. . the evoenence of
tbeasands that it has been caused by canker in the
One to two bottles are warranted to core sick bead
ache. One to two bottles are warranted to regulate a costive
1a nf the 1 towels.
One to two bottles will regulate all derangement of
Four to six bottles bave cured the worst canes ol
Aennsvl - " "'
One or three bottles bave earad the worst esse of
piles; a rnliel is always experienced ; what a mercy to
A benetit is always experienced from tne first bottle.
snd a perfect cure is warranted wuia tne nuove q
tier is t iten.
fio ehange ef diet Is ever neoe-sary; eat the best yon
can get, udeoougn ot it
Mat-ifactnred by DONALD KENNEDY, So. 13
HPurren stree. Rosbnrv. MssS; - ' -
nf- PKICKJI.50. I or sle by every! Druggist in the
iHuted btates and cnusn frovinaea.
Itch Mtch ! -v Itch ! II
AV ti..-at on's Uintmextt
. lnfrora 10 (o4S honrs
it 'uresKnlt Vkhi-nu.
Cures liarberV Ilcsu
Cures VIA Soren,
Csre ewrjf loiJ of Aauaor lib
- " 'MAGIC.:'
. ii .w. ...-we a nfm rn rrn Wknitna v,f .
SosnsinosalllnuristA-' bosum. Ma
. i Kiw 'Mirin trarm ajtfguna Debilitv
!;."., tiArv. 8Tf Abnse. Ac., send ior
KaBwntsPlXJA bare cure. Never fad. -iU' by mail.
54, MdiMi. wAI . UH bteSong
. av r
Sir James Clarke's Female Pills.
These invaluable Pills are unfailing in theenre of all
those nawlul and dangeroaa diseases to waich th
iemale eonttatntion issuhjeot. They moderate all ex
etsses and remove all obstructions, from whatever canse.
TO MAlUilKD LAlflES
rhey ere particoUriy snited. They will in a short hire
oring on the mon
tbly period with regiusi-tiir; and
altbouKh very powerfn
powerful, contain nothing hurtful to the
eoustitubon. In ail cases of Nervous and Spinal Affee
Uons, Pains in the Hack and Limbs, Katiroeon abght
eierton, Pslpitation ot the Heart, tivHterics and
M bites, they will etlect a care when all other means
ii ve, The pamphlet around each park are has
full directions and advice, or will lie sent free to all
writing for iU sealed from observation.
- SPECIAL NOTICE.
Job SMW.Sir Janr nritt rrmle mbartmrifuirrlt
CorrrTKEKErrKD. The sveiHRratre. Utenam nf'JOb
MuZf'S" on ec- rwibaee. A II mfkmt irr wvrtA !rt.
N. 1 In all cases whero the Gknutnk cannot be
obtained. One Dollar, with fifteen cents for po-stage,
sadosed to the sole proprietor, JOB MOSr.K, It CJort
iandt street. New York, rill insure a bottle of the
ue, euntaining r irtg I'ilU, by return mail, aecnrriy trald
r.in any knowledge of its contents.
A Domestic Scene—All About a Parasol
From the Cincinnati Times.
A parasol Ussel in a very small tbir to
create a difficulty in & man's family, yet,
insignificant as it w in itself, it did cause
mnch domestic trouble out in the Weft
End last night TLe night was warm, as
many who were tossing alout in ineffectual
efforts to sleep may remember.
Takirg a' stroll on ' the streets, about
eleven o'clock, to see what we could see,
we came upon a discordant couple, man
and wifa, evidently, who were so earnestly
engaged in a family dispute between them
selves they didn't observe ns,so wo etopied
and observed them. They were of unmis
tabable Teutonic origin.
The husband, stubborn and morose, was
sealed on the doorstep of a planing mill
and the wife was standing in front of him
on the sidewalk emptying imaginary vials
of wrath upon his head, varied with female
lamentations and pleadings usual upon
snch occasions, all of which he rcci ived
with occasional sullen remonstrance.
"Only two years married, already said
the indignant wife, "and you running
aroundi mit de girls, pooty quick. Yon
ought to be ashamed mit mine self. But
here is the leetle barasol tastJe vol I found
in your pcoket Ynst sich a lectle tassle
vot Catrina Vot Trumps barasol don' have
got all'e w;le. Tot you got to say to dose i"
"Yotlgottosay?" jeturned thehusband,
ina tone of injured innocence. "Vot ltole
you already, vot I always tell you.and vot I
ntver tell you some what Hive, and always
will ? I tole you I found the leedle barasol
tassel at the pase pall grounds, and that's
more's what's the mader."
The wife would not accept the explana
tion, but continued to accuse him of connu
bial derelictions, although the only evidence
only evidence she seemed to have on hand
was the parasol tassel. At length, another
actor appeared on the scene. He proved
to be a neighbor of theirs, and although he
he came strolling along, whistling in an
indifferent manner, as if on no pnrposo
bent, it was apparent that he had sought
them with the view of effectihg a reconcllia
tion and getting them home. -
"Hallo, Hans, vas this you?" said the
new corner, acting as though surprised at
finding him there; "you are pooty late out,
ain't it f why you no go home ?"
"I don' go home any more, that's why I
ain't ont pooty quick late," replied nans,
The neighbor inquired the reason of their
difficulty, which Mrs. Hans-was not slow to
give, exhibiting the suspicious tasseL
'What," said the neighbor, in astonish
ment, "a leedle tassel like dose make all
these difficulties 1 Yy I hicks up beep dose
leedle tnssels at the pase pall grounds effry
tay vot I don' go town there. Got tozzens
thousands of "em at home, I guess not.
Yon leedle parasol tassel ! Yell, you j oust
like to see my pureau. ttawers foil of dose
tassels vot 1 dells you, unt my frau she
likes urn, nnt says its pully. Yon leedle
tassel makes all dis troubles. Yell if I
hadn't oof polieved it I never would haf
He continued in this strain, and finally
made ont that every mamed man in the
neighborhood had bushels of "leedle bara
sol tassels, " which they picked up at the
base ball grounds, conveying the idea that
the air fairly rained tassels whenever there
was a throng of ladies to witness a base ball
The woman at length became moderately
pacified and consented to go home? orget-
ting and lorgmng 11 liana wonio, ami
Hans, alter an amonnt of grumbling and
hesitation, which his injured feeling seem
ed to demand, consented, and they went
home; the well-meaning but Bomewhat ex
travagant neighbor still dwelling upon the
heap of parasol tassels he had himself ac
cumulated at the "pase pall gronnda."
How Bulwer Looks.
It is not often that the House of is
favored with the presence of its great
statesman novelist This session, we be
lieve, Lord Lytton has never appeared at
all, and last session he only showed him
self a few times, during the debate upon
the Irish Church bill. Yet, when he does
make his appearance in the distinguished
assemblage of which he is now a member,
he is beyond all question the most remark
able looking man seated upon the peers'
benches. Not even Lord Derby, with his
massive Homan face, or Lord Granville, on
whoss countenance shines all the urbanity
ot the French statesman, or Lord Grey,
whose shrewd sagacity and irriuiblo tem
per are visibly depicted in his eyes and
mouth, can draw the attention of the
stranger a ay from Lord Lytton when the
latter is in his place. His face has been
described by some as resembling the eagle;
by others it has been likened to the hawk.
We don t pretend to be able to say wnetner
it approaches most nearly to the eagle or
hawk; but no one wno nas seen it witn us
two glittering eyes, and its long, beak-like
nose, can wonder that men should seek
some Fimile for it amongst the birds. Ec
markable is the effect this face produces
when it is seen in the midst of a mass of
the commonplace countenances ordinarily
seen in the House of Lords. It stands ont
with a distinctness which is positively
startling. It seems as though it refused to
mingle with tne otner constituents 01 tne
scene as thong U. there was nothing in
common between it and ordinary iaces.
The eye passing over the rows of crowded
benches on a great aeoato, cannot pass over
that countenance. Instinctively it rests
upon it, and the mind feels that it is look
ing upon a man who is in every way execp-
lonaL ' - . - r
Hard Water for Drinking Purposes
Dr. Letheby, in an article on the water
supdIv of London, states that water of
moderate Hardness, lite that used in Lon-
don, Paris, Yienna, and some other Euro
pean cities, is always to be preferred to
that which is entirely sort, as being best
suited for domestic purposes, on account
of being brighter to the e3'e and mora
agreeable to the taste. He also makes the
singular announcement that the French
authorities are so well satisfied of the su
periority of hard water that they pass by
that or the sandy plains, near faris, and
go far away to tha chalk kills of Cham
pagne, where they find water evtn harder
than that of Liondon; giving as a reason
for the preference that more of tho con
scriDts from the soft-water districts are re
jected, on aocount of the want of strength
of muscle. XUan Irom tne bard-water dis
tricts, from which they conclude that the
calcareous matter is favorable to the form
ation of the tisanes.
Dr. Letheby further states that the mor
tality in England is greater, on an average,
in places where soft water is used, other
circumstances being equal, than where the
water is bard; and it is suggested that the
sparkling hard waters of the limestone dis
tricts are relished, not only because tney
are pleasant to the eye, but on account of
some hygienic properties in the excess of
carbonic- acid they contain, and possibly
because the percentage of lime acts medi
cinally upon the system. The Doctor con
cludes by expressing his preference for the
very slightly hard water of London over a
softer quality, although reprehending the
use of water containing an excess 01 min
eral matters. Editob'h Scientific Hecoed,
in Harper's Magazine for August
A totjno ladt who has a beautiful little
foot but a large ankle, recently went into a
boot and shoe store in a certain Iowa town.
to purchase a pair of gaiters. The polite
clerk was of foreign birth, and had not yet
acquired the best nee of words. He meas
ured the foot and so far forgot him sell as to
remark: "Slad-ara yon have one beautiful
foot but your leg commence too immetii
ately." The young lady blushed, but was
compelled to admit that the salesman spoke
the point - - ' '
Eochesteb had a colored jury the other
day, and Fred. Douglass attended court to
rarssifto's Celebratea Cider Vinegar is the
best is tha marie. A jour grocer ror u.
Dickens before he was Famous, as Described
by N. P. Willis.
I was following a favorite amusement of
mine ono day in Strand London strolling
toward the more crowded thoroughfares,
with cloak and umbrella, and looking at
people and ehop windows... I heard my
name called by a passenger in the street
cab. From ont of the smoke of the wet
str.tw peered the head of my publisher,
Mr. il.Hcrone, a nioKt liberal and noble
hearted fellow, since dead. After a little
catechism as to my d.inip destiny for that
morning, bt informed mo that he was go
ing to visit Newgate, and at-:ked me to join
liini. 1 willingly agreed, never having
seen this famous prison, and after I was
seatf d in the cab he said lie was to pick np
on the way a young paragrapbist for the
Montiug Chronicle, who wished f o write a
description of it. In the most crowded
part of llolliorn, within a door or two of
the Iinlland Month Inn (the great starting
and stopping place of the 6tago coaches),
we pullod up at the entrance of a largo
building used for lawyers' chambers. Not
to leave me sitting in the rain, Macrone
asked nie to dismount with him. I followed
by a lorg flight of stairs to an upper story,
and was ushered into an uncarpetcd and
bleak looking room, with a deal table, two
or three Lair, and a few books, a small
boy and Mr. Dickens for the contents. I
was only struck at first with one thing (and
I made a nicniorandnni of it that evening
as the strongest instance I had seen of En
glish obsequiousness to emplojers) the
degree which the poor author was over
powered with the honor of his pub
lisher's visit ! I remember saying to
mvself, as I pat down on a rickelty chair,
"My good tellow if you were in America,
you wonld have no need to be condescend
ed to by a publisher." Dickens was dressed
very much as ho has hinco described Dick
Swiveller minus the swell look. His hair
was cropped close to his head, his clothes
hcant thongh jauntily cut, and after chang
ing a rugged otlii o coat for a shabby blue,
he stood by the door.collarlessand button
ed np, the very liersonification, I thongh t,
of a close sailor to the wind. AVe went down
and crowded into the cab (one passtnger
more than the law allowed, and Dickens
partly in my lap and partly in Macrone's),
and drove on to Newgate. In his works, if
you remember, there is a description of
the prison, drawn from this day's observa
tion. We were there an hour or two, and
were shown some olthe celebrated murder
ers confined there for life, and one young
soldier waiting for execution; and in one of
the passages we chanced to meet Mrs. Fry,
on nor usual erand of benevolence.
Though interested in Dickens face, I for
got him, naturally enocgh, after we enter
ed the prison, and I do not think I heard
him speak during the two hours. - I parted
from him at the door of the prison, and
continued my stroll into the city. Not
long after this, Macrone sent me the sheets
of Sketches by Boz, with a note saying that
they were by the gentleman who went with
ns to Newcate. I read the book with
amazement at the genius displayed in it,
and m my note.of reply assured .Macrone
that I thought his fortune was made as a
publisher, if he could monopolize the
Two or three years after I was in London,
and was presented at the complimentary
dinner given to Mrready. Samuel Lover,
who sat next to me. pointed out Dickens.
I looked up and down the table, but was
wholly unable to single him out witnout
getting my friend to number the people
who sat above him. He was no more like
the same man I had Been than a tree in
Jane is like the same tree m February.
He sat leaning his head on his hand while
liutler was speaking, and with rus very
loner hair, his very flash waistcoat, his
chains and rings, and withal a much paler
face than of old, he was totally unrecog
nizable. The comparison was very inter
esting to me, and i looked at him a long
time. Ho was often in his culmination of
popularity, and seemed jaded to stupefac
tion. .Remembering' the glorious works he
had written since I had seen him, I longed
to pay him my homage, but bad no oppor
tunity; and I did not see him again till he
came over to reap his harvest, and upset
his ha j cart in America. When all the
ephemera of his imprudences and improvi
tfcnoes filmU hsvspnnnn laway say twenty
years nenco J. snouu iiae to sea mm
afiam, renowned as ne win be ior ine most
original and remarkable works of Lis time.
Phosphate Beds in South Carolina.
Much interest has been excited within a
few years past by the discovery of exten
sive beds ot pnospuata oi time at tne
mouth of the Asblry and "Cooper rivers,
near Charleston, these covering from three
to four hundred square miles to a depth of
from six inches to three f set, and reeling
immediately above a deposite ot eocene
niarL Tho phosphate consists mainly of
nodules lormed around eocene shells as a
nucleus, and furnishing about iixty per I
cent of photiphate of lime. - Among the
nodules in question are found sharks' teeth
and eocene shells like those of the marl
beneath, and, according to Professor Sha-.
ler, resembling the species found at Gay
Head, on Martha s V ineyard. In the up
per layer of this bed occur bone3 of the
mastodon, of extinct horses and sheep.and
bits of pottery. Although soma geolo
gists consider these as belonging to
the . same period as that of the
phoftphafce beds themselves, in Pro
fessor bhaler s opinion they were intro
duced at a period by the agency of water.
Professor SLaltr thiuks that these beds were
formed after their upheaval.from the marls
beneath them; that tho drainage otsurtace
water charged with carbonic acid acted
upon tho npper layer of the marl and re
moved the carbonate ot lime, leaving tne
phosphate to accumulate in the nodules
around the shells. He does not pretend to
account for the original appearance of the
phosphoric acid, which he thinks too great
in quantity to have been derived from the
bones of vertebrate animals, lie sugcosts
however, that it might have been derived
from seaweeds, some kinds ot which are
known to contain it in appreciable quanti
ty, and possibly from some pteropod mol-
lnsks. ITolesor snaier loots upon the
phosphate beds in question as in the main
much like that of the sea bottom off the
southern coast, tho recent dredgiugs and
soundings from which have been found to
contain an appreciable percentage of phos
phoric acid. Luldors tiaentific JCecord, t?i
Uarptr s Magazineor August.
Which Was Right?
We heard a Tarty of gramme rians yes
terday arguing for half an hour over the
question. "Is it right to Bay six and seven
is eleven, or six and seven are eleven some
were certain is was the proper term to em
ploy (on the principle, perhaps, that what
ever is, is right), while others were equally
strenuous that are was the right wore.
"Do you mean to say, sir, said one dia-
tincui'shed erammariuu, very much excited,
to another distinguished grammarian, "that
six aud seven are eleveru
"It "are, "replied the other, equally ex
Much confusion ensued, and it was fear
ed that a collision would ensue between the
distinguished grammarians. In fact after
conjugating each other pretty sharply and
working themselves up to tho superuau de
cree of the wrathful mood, they -did make
a few parte at each other's heads. In the
vrtse.it fciweof affairs, it wan agreed to
leave tho question to tbo decision oi tne
Teutonic Gentleman who bronght their
lacer. Haia one of them '
Ilans, which is right, to say six and
seven ts . tieven, or six and seven art
eleven - - .
"Yich is recht?"
"Yes." "Sex unt seben ish eleven, or sex unt
seben are eleven ?"
"Yes. yes: that's it" -
"Vy, you tarn tools, sex urJ seben pesedir
Later and authentic advices from
Flcntsin, by telegraph through Siberia,
confirm the previous reports of the massa
cre of foreigners in China. The outrages
were committed on the tenth of June.
The natives set fire and destroyed the
French establishments, but left those of
the Germans untouched. Tho represents
fives of foreign powers at Pekin had ad
dressed a joint nota to the Chinese gov
ernment demanding the punishment of
the notcss and indemnity for losses feus-
A wttkeks in a divorce suit kept saying
that the wife had a retaliating disposition
that Bhe "retaliated for every little
thing." "Did you ever see her husband
kiss ber ?" asked the wife's counsel. . "Yes,
sir. often." " "WelL what did she do on
such occasions V "She always retaliated,
sir. . . .
Tm Chi nose shoemakers at North Adams
embrace several capital chess players.
An odd advertisement appesrs in ene o!
the London morning papers, of a French
nobleman -in the enjoyment of three su
perior titles, who wishes to bestow thrni
by adoption on ' 'some gentleman of wealth,"
or to marry a rich widow who miht enjoy
them herself and bestow them on her sens.
A former United Slates Minister to an Eu
ropean court bought a high sounding Ital
iau title, with armorial bearings, all com
plete, for his nepio man servant, who wan
made free by the act of emancipation of
Mr. Lincoln. Titles have ere now been
rather lightly regarded in France, and at
one time gave the bearer a rapid transit to
another world, via the guillotine. Tom
Moore tel s a good story of an old French
nobkman who was not only Btripped of
his titles but of his name by the revolution.
He went to get a passport and gave his
name as De St. Cyr. All prefixes and titles
having been abolished by law, he was told
by the officer that there was no such thing
as De. "Well," said he, "make it out St
Cyr." "But, Citizen, there are no longer
any saints." "Then put it Cyr, simply."
"Sire!" cried the astonished officer, "il n'y
a plus de sire - nous avons de capito le ty
ran V Political affairs are likely to get into
some confusion in France, and it may hap
pen that, before this cruel war is over, the
French nobleman who advertises his three
titles may find himself in the predicament
of the French nobleman with three nanu-s.
The people may possibly take it into their
heads te do away with titles altogether.
2T. Y. FosU
Struggle With a Mad Dog.
. The St Louis Democrat says :
" On Wednesday last a rabid dog ap
peared on Icsp'rance street, and after
biting several other dogs and a cow, made
several attempts to bite the pedestrians on
the street Louis Strumberg, one of the
dog catchers, hearing of it and knowing
the street to be full of children, several of
whom wonld probably have been bitten but
for him, topk his wire noose and pursued
the animal. Coming up with him, he suc
ceeded in getting the loop over his head,
and a desperate struggle ensued.
The dog, a large hound, at ouco endeav
ored to fasten his foaming jaws upon Strum
burg, who, for a time with difficulty held
him off with the wire The noose, how
ever, finally broke, before the other dot
catchers could come np with and assi.-g
him, and the animal springing upon the
man, caught his hand in his mouth and
tore it in a shocking manner. He then
ran down the street with the foam dropping
from his jaws, and getting into the ran
weeds growing upon the flats near the
river was lost to sight He was found
after a fire hours' hunt and shot by one of
the other men.
The wound3 on Strumberg g hamU
were at once cauterized, but the hand be
gan to inflame, and on Saturday he exhib
ited unmistakable signs of hydrophobia.
"His mends, learning that Dr. Schmidt
of Carondelet waa said to be possessed of
a mad stone, had him taken there, when
the stone was applied to the wounds. The
6tone certainly drew from them a green
ish fluid said to be poison, but whether
the man's hfe can be saved by it remains
to be seen. At last accounts he was rapid
ly crowing worse, Strumberg deliberately
periled his own life to save the lives of
others, and in a manner that few would
have attempted. ....
Ah amttfino conflict occurred recently
between the civil and military authorities
of Nismes, France. It is customary in
garrison towns for the manager of the the
atre to give a free box to the General in
command. Gen. JJes rones, teen at tno
head cf the subdivision quartered at
Nismes, claimed the privilege, which had
been waived by his predecessor. The man
ager offered him a box, but he insisted on
a particular one, which happened to be let
for the season to a retired judge. Furious
at being refused, ho, appealed to the Gen
eral of division, who espoused his came.
and made a representation to the Prefect
in consequence of which the municipal
council of Nismes was ordered to hold a
pecial meeting and pass a resolution com
pelling the manager to comply with - the
wi hes of Gen. DesiPortea. . The council
met as desired, but contrary to the dot-ire
of the Prefect, voted nnanintotuly against
the General's pretensions. Of course, il
can only be by an abuse of the power ol
military government that a General
claims the right to be on the free list of a
A curious balloon explosion occurred
the other day in a tailor shop in Hartford.
A vender of toy balloons, such as are sold
upon the street for twenty-five cents each,
after displaying two or three balloons, was
about leaving the apartment when his
string of blown np vessels there were
eight or ten in the lot flew around and
came in contact with a lighted cigar, which
one Mr. John Burns was smoking. In an
instant there was a terrifio explosion, and
the whole neighborhood was excited, many
persons rushing to the shop to discover
the cause of the disturbance. The bal
loons, instead of being filled with ah, as
many have supposed, contain gat . Two
persons were considerably injured by the
explosion, the vender receiving burns about
the face and eyes, while Mr. Burns's hair
and whiskers were thoroughly sieged, and
his face and his arms were burned. As
soon as news of the affair reached the po
lice office, where the toy vender sought re
dress for his loss, when no blame could at
tach to anybody but himself, the chief of
police issued orders forbidding the aale of
the balloons in tho city.
The practice of the Kentucky distillery
hands of bathing aftor working hours in the
vaia of whisky, not only refreshes the men
but adds to the body of the liquor. -
$500 TO $1500 EACH!
Severs! of our A rents hsve made sellles enr GRKAT
No competition: and sotbinc at all similar ever before
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by raaik ( f The largest manufacturers ot Tftl'.tiiil
Kits in the VVOBili. - .
IVtott want the nre-t, nrt and irbr-einrvtt
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- - e - '
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' -Nine ' years before ' the public,
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The gray and brashy hair by a few
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Bilky locks, and wayward hair will
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It is the -cheapest II AIR DRESS
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longer, C3 it excites the glands to
famish the. nutritive' principle so
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and nono need be without Nature's
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discovered for curing diseases of the
hair, and it has never been equalled,
and;we assure the thousands who
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- Price One Dollar Per Bottle.
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Knrii t. K-rsna of farailv work, now in use. It will do a
Tjuuifclt KaSdK ol work, sea ine Iroiu the Muiituki
goods totueni'aviE.sT hkaveh cloth or ijuthrk, witn
out ebange ol Needles, 'I bread or Tension. lLie suupla
&nd not uabie to gexofiroi orner. j dmm khukh
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on the backs of lourtecc c-vraeia, and brought acn as
the Atlantic orean on two sbros." It is a ' ;'',
mothmy rrnlt, jrftt tri-lr f..f (JliAKKa aud
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or impairment rf the seoioaf Smell, 'IWe or Huaiior,
Watering or Weak Kve, Fain or Pressure in the lieu-1,
when caused, as they all not imfreaaeotly are, by ICS
violence of CSeiarrh. - -
I Oder, in good faith, a S'snding Reward of $aiK for
a cae of UiUarrh that 1 cannot eure
For !iale hj tannt IlrnUt Ercr jvrhcre.
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Reni by mail, post paid, on receipt of Sl X'lt CKNTS.
rear packages for Ifilwi or 1 doren for V.
Of nti a l.n rent stanin for llr. 8are's ramphlet oo
Catarrh. Address the Proprietor, ,
Very fw jiorwir think when iher h.tvft
a hue suit of H.-tirnf thr vi-ry tfrt-gt in.rK.r-t-tuce
ut ru.'.ivituit- it in their yoiitb.-r-NotUit!-
c:ia be uuiro lictouiin ' or tireini
bl- Inoiit a'i.- thiiun Cn' full si IT of 11 ill!.
. lu ortfc-r ti fri-tm- t'.ii-", yftr Iwve btc
.nit by 1B. r'u.if fiNr in rfi ctimr tiin
valn:ibli;arti. !c. It Orfit.-ilns VIM LriU'K!
H M UR LK'il! ! .Nr) AKO.'KiL! I
Pfl!S0(M'S JOLOnMi MATTtK !!!! to
bnrn and rV-atroy tbr? very delictus root ef
Dm U-Uh. .... i .. ..
ft s rt'UET.T YF.crTAPI.E-co-ilains
tho oulv vi -.-ri.ible oil cverdimiveri d thnt
nrumoti s tiui urowtli ami Tprorl'rcT nri':
liixnriuiit Im-ki H.-iir. It i" di-lataj
porrnnea vifnthnswii-t nf mo4t fr:irrant
llou ja. 'J hi aniclo in fminl In tbn lurge
Citii-Hi u stiii- rt rvury li-Uri'f "t t'Hbore
cnccf:il!y tlti niOro fiilinnittblc
c'asst-S, as it kns iiriivra to 0c111.1n17 .r-
ticlcthat wiil rcUl1' -lie tisir in yoemun
anr l'-nh of t!mr ..-ti-r dru'sin. Uu
- . . . .... . .1 i a .
OUd liv la .11 1 -n lltkii' i7rr-rH ami mrwm
utjill ilm lead oil? lloU'ls oi tbo C(niitrv.
U u'"t t hn-e timr-s as fur as alcoholic arti-
elet.' Ali-obnl pri-piirntioTiH irom tne nain
rnl brtit nf tut head cvaporiites snd leaves
tue-Uairjjtircht (laud dry. . J'rief Jo cU.
EAITIXOJtE, KB, '
SOLD 15 V A 1.1. DKIGGLSTS.
. wn.iLKAI.r. B ,.
FtTL.L'ErFl, FINCH Sc FULLER,
Ji&nSCTe SLMygTg3agliase.W rfHWMI
jnwillll argTf na anu--i i-m n ir n-, I'M
st. louis, mo.
- taftva. -aw.;
TLis well-known and -popnlar Hotel cotcis the cntiro block on Fourt a street, between Olive
and Lm-tirtt streets. ltd central position and ntylidh arcbitectnre, makes it truly an orna
ment to the city. Wilaon A Pingnee, the present proprietor-, hare recently renovated and
thorongkly repaired tLe vholo boned, and now offer the publio first-claaa accomniodatioun.
A general I.Ailroacl and Steamboat 1 tenet
umce in tne iioiei. - -
IN REMOTE SETTLEMENTS OF
Food makes blood 1 blood makes the body. If tha
blood be pare the body is healthy. 80 if wears not in
haailn we know eorae impurities are hrrking about
which must be removed, and the aoonag the batter.
XJrandreth's Pills Hemovo all from
tha System which nature
needs no Longer.
The wonderful cures effect by Brandreth'a Pilla
nave arrested lb attention of enlightened physiolana.
Upwards ef live thousand now use them In their daily
practice, and two hundred bave given their written
testimony a. to their iaseoence and value aa cleansers
of the bowels and blood.
Testimony of Town Officers and
Board of Health.
. ' Srao Swo, JunM.18T0.
A weaas il may meTn:S ' '
The 8uparrior, Jnstisee of the Peace and Town
Clerk of the town of Osaining (tbe township in whose
limits tbe chartered village of Sing Sine is contained)
hsieby certify to the remarkable healthful effects pro
dneedbytbeonsof Erandreth'a Vegetable Universal
Pills. For many years these Pills nave been prepared
in this town ; in 1836 Dr. Braadreth erected large build
ings in which to prepare and pack this great medicine
for pnbHe nan. At this tun he employs nearly luO pnr
sens. besides a steam engine ef 100 horse power.
We bare a population ef nearly anuo, and almost
very person usee them when sick. Their merits axs
recognized in every family, and onr druggists sell mors
of Brandreth's Pill than all others pat together. - -
We can point to core effected by them in Scrofula
Rheumatism, Biliona nffeetiooa. Ulcers and Sores,
White Swelling of the Knee, Br'ght's Disease of the
KUlneys. rin... CtssMiuuuwa ciswaral Debility,
Want of Appetite, Typhas and Scarlet Favor and Small
Pox. And from long observation and experience of tbe
effects produced by Brandreth'a Pills w behove their
general nse wonld give more health mad a longer
average of life. ' .
. THOMAS LRARY, Supervisor. ' - .
J. URMT, Joatice of the Peace.
KELSON H. BAKKR. Joafice of the Peace. -MORGAN
HYATT. JoaiMe of tne Peace.
WiLLIAM O. UOWE, Justice of th Peace.
UliOIJMM ISO. Town Clerk. . ' ' .
.The undersigned, the Board of Ilealth oi the village
of Sing Sing, fultv endorse the foregoing statement of
tbe town odioers oi Us-iniog, knowing tbe same to be
tra. ISAA.O B. MOXOIf, President.
A. B. REYNOLDS,
' '" lSAiaB.LOUNSBF.RM,
-. j ROB KKT MOUNT,
,- ' " EDWARD FRLTEB,
. ; . JOHN DALLKY. .
' ' JAMKS T. B LAN FORD, .
' - :: 8AMUEI.B.TOMPKUfS,-
Board of Health,
1. FURTHER PnOOF. :
- - Snta Smo. June IS, 187a
Hon. B. BBATORSTn: '
Mi DgaB Doctor Kor many years I hare need your
Pills, and in my own person aad family have found them
I bave loag been a eon tractor at tbe Slag Sing Prison,
employing fsonvona hnndred to on hundred and fifty
men. Kirding Brandreth'a Pills so exoeUsnt in my
family, t commenced some ten years since giving them
ta sick men working under my contract The affect
was immediate, and soon my cabinet chop becam, and
is to-day, the healthiest eoncera in the Prison a ta I
that has been ofBcialkr noticed. Inse some two hui
dred and fifty boxes ot Brgndreths Pills every yea
and hardly over has a man in hospital. ; ' "'
Yonr Pills appear to be almost a aiciSa ta Rilioqs
Complaint,' Fewer, Rheumatism. NenralgU, Head
ache, Drsnepaia and Costiveneas, aad are in themselves
a complete medicine chest. Yeors, truly,
CHARLRS U. WOODRUKk.
; SOLD BY A T.L DBUOOISTS. j
OR. BRANDRETH'S PRINCIPAL OFFICE,
Srandretb gonse Tfcw TTori.
St. Loiiis Saw Works.
Manufacturers of SATJITJIQ'S
Patent Inwrtfi4 Teeti Sawi, :-'
JOB SALS AT TlIEia WlREHOU8ES,
110 JfcllS I
Tlue Street, Icaroprelet Si.
Sr.LpUIS. ISSW ORLEAN3
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THt GREAT SOOTHING KENEDY.
Sir. Uhirss OoHo and Grlpins; ln Prlria '
i-miib'a lh Bowel-, and faciliiatss
Oyrup. th proesss f Twihuin. ) CVnts.
' .Mm. (Stibdaea Convn'siona anll Piire
Vnitriub's 'ovorconis all disaaasa io-i-V
ryrnt. fdenttoiutacMsUfiuldrSn) CVnta.
P!?-. (Cras Diarrhea, Drsentsrv.) ' Price
Wnlti-oiMn anl Snmraxr (omilaiat ui
frvrnp. (Childranof all aca,. ) Crnt.
It is ths Great Infant's and Children. Soolhfi- Rati.
dv in all disorders broocut on far Xsvvluos or anv
Prepare'; br tn GRAFTOW MrcDruIIlH fjO.. Rt.
IXitiiW, sloJ tsol4 bj all Drus-gut and If ..it. ta jldj
HOFPSMALTKXTRACTwnot only rsnwwnsw fn
onsesof Hoarsenmw. (JouKh, Inpepsia. to- and 04
acoonnt of its non-irit'n prorart(ta ka abveru
wtiehoan b luU .t .Ik tioiasnr sry on, bntia
oouulv ao in easaa of Tubular Ooti sumption.
Tusoinoial report of many of tn raUitary bosplUls
Si arope Uu,t: fnt "P o tne inroad of
tnii powerful enemr, and render toe proarsa 0J ta
n-'au unnomhl.- It ra a direct antcj, toatuber-
"r.1 wio,uMii;oq ijj tiwnuDff to settuna
sod nirwrof in- aluuaninons matter; moreover, it now-
ertuHy eaoitea tbe aouvi tr of (a
tn circuLiton of tbe blood.
KOI.DBY AIADKUtKlIStS A!tO GROO iA- -
. 4 AeT roK umiiD bxaTE. itc.
600 Acre. 10m Year. 10 KrcBoonea.
trait and Ornamental Trees. Norssrv Rtnek
rreui Hootcrafts. Hdr IntVTu IrvaoinTr
- - - av . . . vjr . a
A Boola for the Million.
J.) J..cLx,nAxXiVrXj ub to me u
to marry, on tbe
teries aad revelation of the sexual system, witu the
latest discoveries 10 producing aad preventing oasprinc,
preserving the eomplenosv .
This ie an interestina work of two hnndrnd and twenty-
four pages, with namereo engravings, and soutaiu
vainaoie inrormauon ior loose wno are mameu or ooo
template marriage; still ilia book that eaghtlobe
kept under look and key, and not bud earalessly aoont
the bonis. - - .
Sent toanvona ffreeof noKbua) for FlftvCents. -
Address Dr. ButU' lnspeneary, 21a. U a. Kighth St
Bfc Kours, .110. . .
IW 4ire te thf Afflleted nnd rarortnnaae.
tsefore sppimg to the notornms vuacxs wno sorer
tse in ooblio naDerso nsiaar snv UCAUK KSMXDIX.
nersse Dr. Bncta' wore, no matter what yonr disease is
or now aepioraoie your oonntuon.
Dr. Butts can be consulted, personally er by mail, en
the diseases mentioned in rus wort union, no. 11 X,
fcightn bi. boa. Market and Chestnut, fit. L001. M
DR. WHITTTEB. I
AREOTTLAR GRADUATE OF MEDICINE,
as dipluraa at office will show, haa been longer
engaged in toe treatment ol Venereal, tixualand
PnviO. Diseasoa than any other phjsuiea ia bt
pbiUs, Gooorrhaa, Gleet. 8trtetutw,OrsaKia.
Heroi.1 and Knpiure: all l-rinary Dweaies and
Svpbiliiicor Maruorial AulicUonaol the threat,
gKin or bonesare treated with unparaleUedsueoe-a.
riperuiaturrbea, Seiual Debilny and ImpoUucy,
as uie result oi aeli-abuseiuyouin,eeiualeiLoeaa.
in inatiiroryearsorotUer mniesismi wbach produce
some of the following erf eels, as noc carnal emis
sions, blotches, debility .dizziness, diinnussof sight,
confusion of iduss, evil iurebodings, aversion to
sociHty of f eroaiee,luesof meroonf and sexual power,
and rendering annexing., improper, are perma
nently oil red. ... ,. , . .
The Doc bw'aofwoi Imiioea In hospital and prtvat
rrractice are urwuruasseit in St Louis e any other
oily, liaolniletof St. luispaperaprovtbath-s
been located there looser by years than any others
and appoiutraentsar unrivalled in tn Wees,nn
surroiMd anywhere. Age.witbeipennee.canbe
relied upon, and the doc tor can reier to many phy
nSfiansthroogaonttheeountry. In past soccex and
prawut position ha sunUa without a compeutor. .
The VTrltiniis of a Physician wnose repv
. tatiua U rnioavwride shoal ! be
rvw., wmrriin nubli-iho a VRDICAL
PA.Mflil.RT relating tovsnereal disease. and th
disastrous aad vaneaeonwqnencee of seif-sunse.
that will besenttc-nyaddrossinasealed envelop
fortwnstamps. Many pbr Acians istrudiioe pauenta
teth Doctor after reading uisiledieal Pamphlet.
ObnunrraioationoonhdenuaL A friendly talk will
oost yon nothing. Office central, yet retired
No. 617 SC CharbM atreet, St Louie, Ma Unaci
9. . tot r. at. bonday13to2r. at.
A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVER!
' Dr. -WALKER'S CALIFORNIA
Hundreds of Thousands
Bear testimony to their Wonder
fill Curative Effect.
s s WHAT ARE THEY?!?
"5r- A IS-tr rr-..a,i g
tar m v t UKirKfrtf
Made ot Pen Bum, AVhUk.r, Proef Spirits
aa4Ttcfaso Liqaorn nix-toird, splcd and sweet,
rued to pica the tastu, called " Tonics," "Appctl
ar," " Rwtort-rs," Ae that lead the Uppler oa to
drunkenness and rnla.but are a tru Medlelae, nada
from the Native Roots and Herb of California, free
frnm all Alceholio Htlmalant. Tbejaratbe
IIKEAT PI.OOII 11 KIFIEIt aad A LIFK
CIVING PHINCIPI.E perfect Keaovator aad
Invlgomtor of tbe Systetu, Cerrylis off all polaonoa
matter and restoring the Mood to a beat thy condition.
No persQn pan talc lacs Blttara anoardlBaT to direc
tion and remain long unwell. .
: Sltt0w1UbKlva for an Incurable ease, provided
thadipne are act destroyed ky nUncral poisoa or
enter ninm l v iilliliiii r n vaatad beyond Ut.
point or repair.
Fer Inflammatory mud Cfcrftalq RkriuT
tlsrjt anil Cloat, Dynpepala, or Indlgrstlou,
lisesri fthr.J'laortl, Liver. Ki4aen aad
Blatlilftft, Bittern have seen most success
ful. Saca Viaeanea are eanaed y V kin te1
Mood ,whlcU U awmeraily produced by deranfement
(tf th IMcentlwe Orsaan.' '
DYSPaU'SIA Olt INDIGESTION, Head
ache. Pain in tbe SUooWers,Cou(rhs, Tightness of th
Chest, Dizziness, Soar Eructations or tbe Stcaiach,
Bad taste in th sleuth, Billcnw Attscka, PalnltarJoa
of tbe Heart, Inflstnuatioa 01 th Lwnrn, Palo lo tbe
reclon: of V"5 Kidneys, and a hundred other pata
symptoms, are the offsprings 9( Bysneps
They lavie-orate the stomaeh, ar.i M1Wli tbo tor
jldllverand bowels, wUlo Vbsta of uaeqaaQed
tcacy in e1ariu;9- tha bf jod of U Impurities, and
li.paitiu o' Ue ami vlgf : to th whole system. 1
VOR SKIN DISE-lSEH,Fmptiona.Tettr,Slt
Bhnem, Blotches, ?poU, Pimples, PustuIea,BoU,Car
boncles, Kl Staid Beci,Boe re. rrrslp
las, I&eh, SearCs, Pie.j;:uai8ns of tbe Skin, Bam ort
anrt Divfvaaf tne 8klii,of wbatrvernwraeovesture,
r literally dun op and carrieA oat of U cyuteia laa
short time by the use of those B'Uo, On bottle In
atteh case will eonrUco Itte rnoat knerduoat eftarr
earatlve eTov. .1.
ajtcansn tha VlUaWd Blood wkentv yea And Its
hnpurttlue bars tlnj throagb, fe aKta UPpeaJSrp
ttona or soras $ clause hea you and it obstrncted
and t'.tv.'iruia in the veins 1 cleanse IS when It le foal,
an,d your fueling Hr'il tfllyoa when. Keep the Wood
pure anrl thehoulth of tbe svstem will follow.
' r IN, TAPE attdothrr WOttMS, InrkEnarla the
iystem ef so many tboDsanus.ar effectually destroy
ed and re moved. Por frail directions, read careall;
Cm circular around each bottle, prill ted. la. towf tear
anaKca-EnBllsh, German, rrcneb, aJ Spanisn.
J. Wii&EB, Pqpn5uio.' B. B. HcrwKALTy & Co',
litubu aad Tie a. A1-erita,; San rrancisco, CaL,
, and 32 and 34 Commerce Strejn. Vox a. '
tr SOLD BT A LI, Tr.Cot119T3 AND EKALEES.
BLACK A"$ ;THlWI!iTWiHQ
J, d'T" Indelihl. Inlt. It flew frwsly. ar
S-Jj A 1 J- Rememt.r "K,a !.
0MTi7whre, - KliiDaR A Wk fHKRK.L,
atannfaetnrers. flaw Yortr
rpiIEPiPKKTM OPTOCTH CNYEILEU.
M. A atedicai Trtatts of thirir-two psaws, sert prw
o roi(ii of two ahre cent pasiac stamp.
Adilreas la. B. LA OKtllXXibanj. N V.
KIDDKR'S PA8T1LLKS. A Barn a,
Aithaaa, Pno t canta hr mail. -
25 5 til
Zzl -vp nil
a--. .V - fT Is
m ca 1 J r ' 5 o
O r ? MET ARB SOT- 1 VTI.H 2 S 2
5 .", ''.-.' -
A Liniment for XTan anil r.nsf 517 t-aava
ID ns3- Hold - lv all - Iruo-nf a Tnvrrn
botUes, $1; 4Ieaiaiitw0cU.;maJl.25ctH.
la good for EbeamatiBm, Chilblains, Coma,
niiuiowa, casea xsreasig, sore- Nlppieav
CramtiB, Boils. Bites of Animals. Weaknean
of the Joints, Contractions of the if naclen.
Brims raid Scalds, Frost Bites, Painful
Nervous Affections. Chapped Hands, Lame
Back, Pahi in the Side, SwrlliDgs. Tumors. .
far t a . 1 il 1 a --w a a t
toota Acne, uia isores, iismornoiiij or .
Piles, Flesh Wound. OaUs of ail Kinds,
SpraiDS, - Braises, Cracked TIeels,' Ring
Bone, Poll Evil, Windfalls. Callona, Spavin,
Sweeney, Fistula, StUaat, External Poisons,
Scratches ' or Grease, Stringlialt, Sand
Cracks; . Lameness, Strains, Foundered
Feet, llange, Horn Distemper,. Garoet in
Cows, Cracked Teats, Foot Rot in Sheep,
and many other diseases incidental to Man
and Beast. Thirty-seven ; years before th
Amerioan Public, Adapted to - Family use.
Having been ofun solicited to prepare thla
Celebrated Oil free from stain, to be used
aa a common Liniment by families, wo
have at length succeeded in extracting the
coloring properties , which have heretofore
rendered it objectionable. This Oil, posses
sc8 the efficient principles of that prepared
it - .3 . . a ill w m J a
wttu tus unrn uub. nuu wu ue Knma w
be one of the Best .Remedies for almost all
purposes that has ever been - before tha
public Bnt for animals,, in all cases, use
the other kind, and always get a half-dollar
l?r dollar bottle, to have enough ta be of
much service. . 33- Before nsing, shake
the bottle. English and ' German Alman
acs, Yade-Mecutns, Show Bills, Posters and
Circulars wiU be - forwarded free, upon
application by letter. .
From Messrs. W- K. Warner & Cot,
West Georgia, Yt, Nov. 29. 1S57. Wa
consider yonr Gargling Oil as staple an
article as we have in our store, and as sura
to' sell aa tea or sugar.. Wa never hava
sold a bottle, that we know of, that has not
given perfect satisfaction. -r
Almanacs and Cook Books sent free from
the office in, Lockport, NJT. -:
Fro n Hon. Nathan Llnd n
Judge of Shelby Co., Iowa. Qnt7
AprU 13. 1867.ilt isdr-" .-JateJ ff
any other Lmhnent' 1fWfTwdto.
FromL.SchUV this section..
AT . .man. Bound Too. Fav-
LUninTm - Feb. 15, 1863.-I am now
oth T yu' Gargg OU than any
umw " ,jm- i anil all wlin kav. nu,l is
P'anee it "the best thing out. "
Onr reputation having been establisbecl
over 31 years ia Lockport, N. Y., arn
throughout tha country, wa do nof doem it
cec6sttrj t retsort to ttxing reference, bnt.
in fact, we know and feel to think it of ho '
use in oor business; bat aa thera ar s fer
who rtre more or lest prejudiced against tha
proprietors and "manufacturers of Talent
lsemedieav we subjoin the following refer
ences as to the quality ef the. Oil, our
responsibility, fair Uealmg and promptnece
How. JOHN VAN HORN, Mayor City of Lockport
Hoa. A. P. BKOWN. Xl-Hayor
H'ow. J. JACISONlnKiJIaror, dti of LackrjorL.
Hun, H. GABDlNt.it, Oouiuy JuOgi
OW1.F.Y. Ev-Hab, tU-natnr
Hon. ont rvOMMTJiitca.
O. K. MANN, Sheriff Niagara CsmatT, - a
NIAOABA CO. NATL BAJili,
NATIONAL EICHANOB BANS. -PIR3T
BATIUNAlt BANK. . ...
t. T. MURRAY, Surrogate
t t -.-t
!C at. SOUTH WOBTH, Dist. Atty.City of LockporL..
L. A. 8PAXDIN3, Postiuastsr,
W. McCOLLUM. M. D .
W. B. GOULD. M, D., T -S.
T. CLARK, M. D.. j: t . ..i : -
D. BISHOP. M. D.. - - ' '
0. N.PALMKK. M. D., 4 . .
T. u flrri.'vrva .' i'.- .
Haw. HUGH MULHOIXAND, - s ' - ' ''
BaT. BitliiHAAl Jof.N(i praisV SUt lakw, Vhth. '.
Hannfactnred at Loelr-srirK tt'tt.
, t . .
T . L V i-
; TnaERCHAHT'S " i -
't .v-;!. ' ' ;
JSAnGLIIIG . ; OIL GO.