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A Card to Sensible People.
national reader, it the aspect of the weather was
nraoertain, yon would cot be foolish enough to Ton
tore out without an orercoet or an umbrella. Hare
the forecast, then, to protect yourself at this dan
gerons season with something more important than
either of these article. Strengthen yonr stomach
and aerrons srstem; regnlste yonr liaer and yonr
bowel e, tone all youroruans and cheer yonr animal
spirits with that agreeable cordial, tonic aud altera
tava, Hoatetter's Stomach Bif era. So iall yon
surely escape the diseases which faten upon tlie
feeble snd debilitated. Suffer and be strong."
ssT the prorerb; but "Be strong that yon mil aof
suffer" is-ta wiser maxim and at all strrngtnen
ing preparationa this is the safest, the surest, te
moat genial as s remedy, as weti a an ar uuw,
for dyspepsia, ferer and ame, and liver dtte-.
there Is no combination of eetable specis.a at
present known which even aporosches it in smeary.
Anticipate the enemy. T.'e elements of innu
merable diseases are afloat Is the raw, damp, me
phi tic winter air. will you defend yonrsnt a axon
them or not. good reaier This is the qneti.ti.
A bottle or two of the great dutotti medicixe
or m aqk. Hoe tetter s stimach Bitters, win so
strengthen and brace up your nodilT powers aa to
enable them to -laneh siege to smu" T!ie
morbid matter wh eh is eibaled in perapira'ion
through your pores in summer, node no sach free
egress now. A powerful counteracting agent i
therefore needed, and you hare It in Hos'ettera
suttrrs. They neutralize the materia morbi from
whk-h rlieoaaa erie-insres. and renlscs all iht
seeretlTe oresns. Kothing can be more harmless
-or more healthful nothing so potent lo prevent or
ours biliousness, dyspenaia, fever and ague, con
stipation and general debility, as this wonderful
Sir James Clarke's Female Pills
Tfeaaa teTmftxabl Puis ara ruxfaiiitm- la thm eorra of ai
ibosM painful and d&ntreroa d-iaaagi to whieh tb
fwaiMoiisnitntiaa la atibrac, TtM Bodnt ail x
wmmtmdt maw tbmoraatitn, faaoi muumim otvj
TO MARRIED LA DIES
llMfW artAoal&rty Rita. Tbey will in a thort tfarM,
snnc on th tnoathlr period wita rmculiritj, and
miUkoos-fa wmr powarhii. ooatain ajtnin: bnitfei to m
- Oooatatataoa. lm ail euMof Nervomsvod Spinal APeo
tiona. Pavina ia Una Km-ak aod 1 jmhsv linn, on ci.crh
oxertMOw Palpitation oi tba Bnari. Hywtmm and
W Ititea, thm will atiact a em whmo all otbar raMW
haTa fauad. Tba pampliiat aroand aaea paokaea ba
foil diTw-cttcwsa and adnoa. or will bo aant fraa to ali
vritlBC for tt oaalod fraas obaariitaoa-
Joh M att ww OarV. mmmM AUf r am
atWy OomnvamnxD. Th genuine ihe mm of
mJOB MO&KS mm cA pitr. All Mm armteorth'-v.
V. B In all eaaeo wfaoro tbo KMTmcK eanntw b
MainooVOao Ucilar. witn nftoea eaata for posture,
noloaad to tine aoia Proprieuw, JOB mO Kiri, Is Jort
laadt Su-m. Kow Tort, will insora a bottia of tba
wisML ooniaiBiBC Fifty Ptlia, b ratnra aaaU, aacav-aly
mm. from any i aowiaar ot its eoaracra.
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RTlfTT.TA SDELIBUS CUBAHTUIl
Baveproved. rrom tie most anrrJeeTPeriesoe, an etrtin
succesa. Mmpi -rwjipi- jmbcwoi u - -
Ther are the only Medicines perfectly adaoted to pom
lu uu umnla tji.i mitAiiee cannot be made n
nminw tiMm en hannlees am to be free trom dancer, ant
so eftoent as to be alwan reliiblai Ther have raswi
the hsrbett eommendauon from ail. ana willalwaji.
Hcs. - - - Osnts.
. Onres Femts. Ormwestiosu Inflammations...-. M
Warms. Worm Fevsr. Worm Ool ....
rvrinar-alie. or Teething of laiants.
ltirrbata of Children or Adults. Jf
Dysentery, Gripuic Buioos Oolio
rhalm.larbtlll. tttisg -3f-
fmattm. Ooim. Krone tutu
Nrnmlgis, Toothache, r aoeache. fc
Hemdarhes. Sick Ueadachs. Vertigo 2
Trnarnaia. Biuons Stomach.
Suppreased or Painful Periods.
While, too orofueB PervxiA.
rwm. anarb. DilScult Breathing. Jt
ai.lt nma. ErrsiDelaa. Krapuona. 31
WkMiMotiflfla. Rheumatic Pains
. t. .1 i . . via IA ta airamnaa, on
fcii.,'.. rfiMiftfit tntrnifirier f "
rfrfrrinj nrolaopt wp tn viola amd
sbsm arkatgtaat aawta.
Frvrr snd AjTSfs Chill Frei
Piles, Blind or Bleeding -
tOathaimy, and Sore or Weak Eves.
Catarrh Acntsor Union tc. Influenza.
. Whooping Ceagh, Violent Cough....
Aathma, Opprsesed Breathing
v. niknrsel. Imoaired Hearing..
Rerafala. Enlarged tilanda, dwellings... Jt
Geaeral Debility, Phrateel w saknssa.. M
l)mi.T. &nd Sesnsr Secretions .. ..A
Hemsiekneas. Sicknasi from Riding 91
Kidnrv-Diwew. Gravel '
.Nerrsai Debility, rmtinai Emit.
aiaasu Invo sntarr Discharges .......i(M
ml Kara Mantk. Canker ...... Ja!
80, I rinnrr Wet Jibc, Wetting Bed. A-
ai a 1Ii,ial Periods, with Snaams.. . M
S3. HofTennn s change of lifs J (a
B, Epilepsy, Spasms, St Titos' Dance....
34, - PiptherfaJU ricsmtsd Sure Throat,
Of III ta AO larsre rials, moroeew arrase
vrood cuMe, ronlainius a srercinr lor
every ordinsrvjiir-iuie s. laniily ia
f 1, V tl J Sm.Hmimm vithti
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' Bails, ".tings, ore F.veM, Bleefliuar of t.ie
l.nnrs -e. Noaial., ol l'ilea, Cans.
Llcers. Old sorej.
Price, 6 az. 50 '"ents. a'iiits, Sl.OOs Quarts.
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ILSSTJCTZOZT OF PEJCE3.
The Mason A Hamlin Organ Ool. nave the pUarnre
of annonnoiDg imoortaat nnproveaientfl in their Cahi-
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Jane and Angnat laet. Those are not merel, roaretn
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lesoe oi the mMramant.
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their oapve tf to ansth ng they me forifri ea h.
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ths tfawMi A neml'n improvements, To a-mt,
gxraa, wi h new Vox Unm-na An onut'c Swell. Ac .
lei FrVP OOTAVKS. t'HR K t,K.rS EtKiMi..
SEVXN STOPS with r.LTH0SE aapiandid matm
mant,3S. A new illnstrated eatalome with fnTI Information,
and rodoced pneea, ia now ready, aod will be root free,
with a testimonial oireul.r, preeenting a ay eat mass o:
evidence aa to toe aaperio.-ity of taeee met' uaae ta, to
aoy one aeodine biaaddreaato the M ASO.V A H 4 M
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IMPERIAL GlfJ !
tHE PUREST DITIT.T.ATION la Amrri.
oa. 4ioiial to ths baat unporUd, .t laaa than ooe-
f the price. a
liFARY H. SHTTKIjOT CO..
24 Ac 3fi wit Waiereit. 4 'kinure.
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new articles for Agents, ham
U.B. auait, aooso, ate
By the President of the United States.
Whereas, It behooves a psople sensible of
tbeir dependence on the Almighty, pnDucty
and roliectivelv ta acknowledge their grati
tude for His merita, and aa humbly to beceech
for their coDtinnance, and.
Whereas, The people of the United States.
dnrini? the Tear about to end. have especial
cause la be'thankfnl for the general prosper
Uy, abundart harvest, exemption from war
and civil (true;
Now. therefore, be i known that I. TJ. 8.
Grant,Pneidfntol the Ucited Statea,do here
by reenmmend to all citizens to meet in their
rva;"-ntive places of worship, on Thursday,
ti e Uih day of November next, there to give
thanks for the bonne? of Uad dnnog the
year about to clone, and to supplicate for its
Iu ttttnesa whereof, I have hereunto act
my hand, and caused the seal of the United
states to be affixed.
Hone at tna City of Washington, this 21st
dav of October, in the voar of our Lord one
thoneand eight hundred and seventy, and of
ihe Independence of the United b tales the
Dinetv-nfth. (Signed) u.a. UBaar.
HAMILTON FISH, Secretary of State.
Singular Death of an India, His
Squaw and His Dog.
From the Sioux City Times.
We learn the f Mlotring interesting
ticalnrs of the noted Indian farmer.
Tel. low Hawk, and bis wife and ion. Dear Fort
Solly, from Col. Bannister, who has just
returned trom the upper conn try.
Yellow Hawk was a shrewd old Indian,
who had abandoned bis native mode of life
to a great extent and gone to farming on
the Peoria bottom, a fertile piece of land
in the np-river country. By bis industry
and economy be had aoenmoiated wealth
enough to purchase a horse and cart, with
which be has been in the habit, for the
past few years, of traversingHhe country,
and disposing of the products of bis farm
to the different posts and forts within bis
reach. He always carried with him a can
vas tent, which he would pitch whenever
he saw an approaching storm.
About three weeks ago there passed
over Fort Sully a terrible thunder storm
and in it old Yellow Hawk yielded up the
ghost. On the day following the storm, a
party of men happened to run upon a little
canvas tent pitched upon the river bank.
There were no aigns of life about it, and
one of the men ont of curiosity went to it
and lifted the canvas door and stepped in.
there, in one end of the tent, sat Yellow
Hawk, erect and rigid as statue, with
his eyes wide open, and one band firmly
grasped on a dog's neck, and the dog stand
ing on his fore legs and partly sitting on his
hanncbes, staring wildly in the same direc
tion as bis master, while on the other side
of the dog was the wife of Yellow Hawk,
resting upon her elbow on the ground, and
staring in the same direction that the other
occupants of the tent were razing, xne
man was inexpressibly terrified by thespeo
t&cle, and bis first impulse was to ran; bat
there was something so wildly strange in
their eyes and in the general expression ot
their features that he was bound to the spot,
Not a muscle of their faces moved, and they
held their positions like statues they were
The balance of the party were attracted
to the tent by the prolonged aheenoe of
their comrade, and they saw the scene
above described. They left the tent with
out disturbing the attitudes of the dead.
and went on to bally and reported their
discovery. A party of soldiers immediately
repaired to the spot, and found them still
in the same positions.
It is presumed they were killed by light,
nine daring the storm of the previous
night, still there was no evidence that their
death was caused in this manner. Tbeir
featarea bore an expression of intense fear,
bat there were no signs of the lightning's
work about them, or about the tent They
were buried on the spot where they were
found by the Indians.
The Germans at St. Cloud.
Gozet'e from St Cloud, on the 29th
One day is much like another here. On
oar side the most perfect silence, accord
ing to orders ; n the French side the
greatest animation. Tbey dig and scrape
until the blood gashes from their fingers,
and ot an evening they sing before oar
eyes their can ean and tbeir "Marseil
laise," and other pretty songs, leap and
shout half the night, until we are tired of
it, and are as merry as if the world bad
never treated them better than now. I be
lieve the Corps Francs and other volun
teers have already plundered half the
suburbs, and have taken to the second
hand dealers all the stolen articles that
were vendible ; they have, therefore, a glo
rious time of it The mob amnses itself,
and the heroic youths; the gandint and
pttiit creoes of the bonlevrrds, give them
selves op to a gallows nnmor, wtuoa will
last until everything becomes topsy-turvy.
Yesterday and the day before we observ
ed something like a cloud of smoke, from
which at times some jets of flame shot up.
It was said to be the Bois de Boulogne on
fire, bat it was in qaite a northeasterly di
rection, and, judging by its duration, it
mast have been very destructive. Yester
day afternoon, when oar oatposts, niter
eight davs' servioe, were discharged, the
chassepots, according to their custom, in-
dulged m a paroxysm, lhey area wudiy
at ns, the cannons ot the forts were than,
dering the whole afternoon, and if any'
body merely raised bis head above the
level of the battery, a dozen balls or so.
whizzed around . him. They prac
tice shooting in this manner; less
bo. of coarse, in battles. .Perhaps
they were celebrating the fall of
Strasbourg, which they mast have learned
yesterday. The in vestment of the capital
is so hermetical, even for diplomatists.
that a Bossian and an American coorier
have vainly tried to enter Paris. Their
passage was ratused on one side, and both
mast amuse themselves at Versailles as
best they can. Oar position at St Cloud
is tho most delicate in the whole line of
siege. Not because the charpie which tba
Empress and ber ladies plucked with their
delicate bands is still lying cere; not be
cause evervtmng reminds one of the sad
den and contemptible fall of a dynasty
which so perversely led its people to de
struction; bat because it is supposed that
there are subterranean communications
with Paris, by which intercourse is carried
on, and which most be detected.
I have already told yoa that wherever
we enter abandoned viUagea and towns the
clocks still stand on the mantle-pieces, bat
no longer indicate the boar. At bt Cloud
this silence has its peculiarly interesting
feat ore. I found clocks on the console ta
bles of the Imperial chateau which also
marked the day. These recorded "San.
day, 4th of September." The -end of the
week was auo the end or the dynasty. It
is a pity that the splendid grounds have
gone to rack. The flowers bong down
their withered beads; the pheasants run
about the park and look in vain for the
hand which used to feed them. In the
apartments the finest pictures are torn
from their frames, probably by the faithful
servants. In the hunting-box still bang
two oil paintings, in which the handsome
Eugenie, on horseback, surrounded by pi
cadors and matador", is depicted as pre-
Eiaing over a ouu ngnt.
Thz New bury port Herald thns describes
the aurora which has attracted so much
attention throughout the country : "Last
evening, as soon za Tithonos bad retired
for the night aud was enjoying bis first
snooze, bis spoose, the rosy-figured Au
rora, daughter of the morning, snatched
the saffron-colored coverlet from his bed,
and. wrapping it about ber, -danoed a jig
in the northern sky."
Thk Methodist wishes the Christian
men would remember God in their busi
ness affairs. Too many, it says, if they
were honest would declare as the old man
did who said: "When I start on work of
mercy anl stop to deal in bersea, I never
have good luck. The fact is, I don't want
the Lord around when I'm trading hor-
Bobebt IIaix, colored, says the Clarke
(Ta. ) Courier, a few days ago purchased at
public sale thirty-one acres of land adjoin-
n tbe toil-gate on tne iterryvilie and
Millwood turnpike. Bobert represents
thirty-three colored families who design
making settlements there.
A Touso man was tonod drowned at Kew
Orleans. The papers do not give his name
for fear of shocking the sensibilities of
bis pirt nts. who are absent from the city.'
A Philadelphia paper says that Nilsson'g
nose "can t Da beat if we remember
fatly, it is inclined to be a turn-up 2f.
Y. Commercial Adveriutr.
The monthly calendar for September of
fires in this country, where the tbe los is
over $20,000, gives a total loss of $5,146,-000.
The Leonine City-What it is.
From the Pall Mall Gazette.
The Leonine City derives its name from
Leo IV., who first fortified the environs of
tbe Vatican, left entirely open and with
out the city when Aorelian carried the
walls around Borne. Even when St Pe
ter's had been built, and around it had
grown up monasteries, hospitals and
dwellings of all kinds, and the foreign
colony had settled on tbe left of it, no
Pope thought of fortifying or protecting
this part by walls. For, says Gregorions,
to whose "History of Borne" we owe these
data, the enemies of Borne had till then
been Christiana. Leo ill. first conceived
the plan; ' had be carried it out
the Sarrassins would not bavs
plundered the Basilica. The works
commenced by him had been stop,
ped by internal commotions, and the Bo
mans quietly possessed themselves of the
materials of the half finished bnildings,
and nsed them for other purposes. After
tbe pillage, however, Leo IV. again took
up the plan most vigorously, and carried it
oat with energy. He first submitted it to
tbe Emperor Lothair, without whose per
mission be dared not undertake so impor
tant a work, and not only found him ready
to permit it, but to contribute largely to iu
execution. The costly undertaking was
next divided in such a manner that all the
individual cities, of tbe states of the
Church, all publio estates of the Charon,
the city, the monasteries and convents, bad
to plaoe a certain ram and a certain num
ber of their people at the disposal ot the
The work was begun in B48 and comple
ted in 852. The Vatican environ (or tbe
Porticos of St Peter) are surrounded in
such a manner that the walls rose from the
Hadrianeum op to the side of the Vatican
mountain, then encircled St Peter's, and
next, descending straight from this height,
were carried as far as the river, below the
present gate Santo Spirito, which was ad
ded afterwards. The walls reached a
height of nearly forty feet of correspond
ing thickness, and were guarded by forty
tour strong towers.
A good deal of this horseshoe-like wall
ring of Leo IV. is still discernible in the
Borgo, in. the Alexander walk, near the
Hint and the Papal garden as far as the
stoat corner tower, in the line of the Porta
Pertusa, and towards the Porta Fabrics.
Bat later buildings in the new Borgo, the
bastions of S. Spirito, have broken through
the walls and destroyed their traces in
many places, nd with the new grot en
closure of tbe Vaticm by Pins IV. the
Leonine City shared the fate which tbe old
Servian walls underwent at the time of
When Leo bad finished his work, he
proudly called his city Ci vitas Leonina.
Borne, upon which the Popes had now un
mistakably impressed the stamp of their
rale, had not for centuries celebrated a
higher festival than the inauguration of
those walls on Jane 27, 852. All the bish
ops, priests, and monastio orders of Borne,
led by the Pop himself, went round tbe
walls barefooted, ashen on their beads,
and singing hymns. As they passed the
walls, the seven cardinal bishops sprinkled
holy water upon them; at eaoh gate they
stopped, and each time the Pope invoked
a blessing from heaven upon tbe new city.
The procession over, the pope made large
presents of gold, silver aud silken pallia
to the nobility, the people, and the for
Nor were appropriate, though somewhat
barbarous, inscriptions wanting. Over
the princioal gate, that of 8. Peregrinus,
the conventional "wayfarer" was addressed
in this wise:
Oni venis ac vadis decus hoc adtcde viator.
Quod Quartos struxit none Leo Papa libena
Marmore pneoiso radiant haeuiminapulchra,
Qua manibas hominam facta decore pla-
And over the gate at the Castellnm:
Bomanus Francus Bardnsqae viator et omnia
Hoc qui inteDdit opus eaotica digna eantet;
Qnod bonus Antistes quartos Leo rite novavit
Pro patria) ac plebls ecce salute bus.
Principe com aummo gaudens et orans per
Perfecit cuius emicat altos honor.
Qnoa veneranda fides nimio devinixit amore
Civitas Leonina socatur.
The new city was dedicated by tiw Pope
to Christ, and recommended to the pro
tection of Peter and Paul, and the fere
grini continued to live there principally;
bat bv certain privileges many Bomaos
and Trasteverini also were in time induced
to take up tbeir residence there.
Dr. Jacoby's Speech.
The following is a trcnslafion of Dr. Ja
coby'B speech, which proved so very disa
greeable to tbe Prussian government:
The chief question, the decision of which
alone has any importance for as, is this:
Has Prussia or Germany the right to ap
propriate Means and Lorraine They tell
na that Alsace and Lorraine belonged for
merly to the German empire. France pos
sessed herself of these lands by craft and
by force. . Now that we have beaten the
French, it is no mora than what is right
and proper that we should recover from
them the spoil, and demand back the prop
erty stolen- from us. Gentlemen, do not
let yourselves be led away by well sound.
ins words, and, though they offer you the
empire of the world, be not tempted to
worship the idols of power. Test
this well sounding phrase, and yoa
will find that it is nothing
but a disguise for the old and barbarous
right of force. Alsace and Lorraine, they
say, were formerly German property, and
must again become German, How so, we
inquire? Have, then, Alsace and Lorraine
no inhabitants? Or are, perchance, the
inhabitants of these provinces to be re
garded as having no volition as a thing
that one may at once take possession of
ana dispose of just as he likes 7 - Have
they lost all their rights through the war
have they become slaves, whose iate is at
the arbitrary disposal of the conqueror f
Even the most ardent and incarnate parti
san of annexation allows that the inhabi
tants of Alsace and Lorraine are in heart
and soul French, and - wish to remain
French. And however a,neh they might
have offended us it would be con.rary to
all human justice shonld we try to Ger
manize them compulsoiily and incorporate
them against their will either with Prussia
or any other German state. Gentlemen!
There is an old proverb which has been
raised to a aniverval moral law on account
of its being so true "Do not unto others
what you would . not they shonld do
onto yoa." How should we and onr "na
tional liberals" feel if at some future time
a victorious Pole should demand back and
seek to annex the provinces of Posen and
West Russia ? And yet the same grounds
might be urged for this that are now brought
forward to support an annexation of Alsace
and Lorraine. No, gentlemen, it is our du
ty to repose tuck tendencies of national eao-
tutn. Let us hold fast to the principles of
jostioe as much in puolio life as in private
me. Let us openly declare it to be our
deep and inmost conviction that every in.
corporation of foreign territory against the
wishes of tbe inhabitants is a violation of
tbe right of self-constitution common to
all people, and therefore as objectionable
as it is pernicious. Let us, without being
led astray by the intoxication of victory.
raise a protest against every violence offer
ed to the inhabitants of Alsace and Lor
raine. Only be wbo respects the liberty of
otners is himself worthy of liberty.
Ibom Tklegbaph Polx. The Philadel
phia correspondent of the Iron Age thus
describes a new "telesoopio tabular iron
telegraph bole:" - The pole is made of the
beet wrought iron, in three tabular sec
tions of eight feet each, for city use, and
bnt two for eountry. These sections are
oonneotod by 'reducing couplings' and are
of the following diameters: At the bottom
two and a half inches; second section, two
inches, and third, one and a half. The
baseattiched is fifteen inches in diameter.
with four Ings attached, each four inches
square, with inch and a half boles, at the
extremity of eacn, for tbe purpose of dog
ging or keying in soft marshy gronnd-
Tbe pole weighs, including base, but 125
pounds. Being telesoopic, the upper sec
tions sliding into the lower one, it occu
pies for transportation a space of only eight
feet" ... - -
gA Bostok paper thus pictures a young
lady of the period; "Now, isn't that a pret
ty looking object? - A big bump, three big
lamps, a wilderness of crimp and frillf, a
hauling np of the dress here and there, an
enormous maas of false hair or bark piled
on tbe top of her head, surmounted by a
little flat ornamented with bits of lace.
birds' tails, eta Tbe shop windows tell us
all day long of the paddings, whale-bones,
and steel springs which occupy most of the
space within that outside rigJ"
Jim Fisa is expected at the Cclambap.
Startling Meteoric Phenomena.
From the Schenectady (N. Y.) Star, Oct. 25
On Sunday morning, about 7 o'clock, a
huge meteor was observed to pass through
the air, from northeast to southwest, with
great velocity, leaving behind it a dense
column oi smoke, and emitting a brilliant
array of sparks, which illuminated the
heavens most beautifully. Several smaller
meteors were observed about the same
hour. A farmer residing in Glenville,
who saw the meteor, says it looked like a
red-hot grindstone, and another person
says it resembled a big yellow cheese, with
a blonde jute" switch of immense length
streaming out behind. Further north, in
Saratoga County, strange noises
aad a tremendous explosion that shook
buildings, rattled windows, crock
ery, tin-ware, etc., were beard immediately
after the meteor had passed. A low, deep,
rambling sound, as if from the very bow
els of tbe earth, was also heard, while the
vibration of the earth was distinctly felt
The column of smoke left in its trail re
mained stationary for nearly an hour alter
ward, when it gave the appearance of a
white cloud and passed off. - Yesterday
morning, at five o'clock, there was a
beautiful display of aurora borealis in the
northeastern horizon, and last evening,
about 9 o'clock, there was a similar dis
play. The sky southwest was a deep crim
son, resembling the reflection of an im
From the Troy (N. Y.) Whig, Oct. 25
with the meteor were seen at North
Adams. Here the citizens were greatly
alarmed, and supposed from the rumbling
and tremor of the earth that the glyoerine
works at Hoosae Tunnel bad been blown
up. Bat it turned oat from the observa
tion of numbers of persons that tbe me
teor burst in that Vicinity, and that it was
the cause ot the commotion. The explo
sion shook t'ae bnildings and earth for
3. W. Abustroko, of Matte wan, N. J.,
killed himself recently, and left a note
saying: "This is my own doing. I ought to
have done it before. Send my body to Dr.
J. W. Draper. New York, for dissection.
John Bothery, fil? maker, Maltewan, is my
executor, and has my will in bis Rate," and
a large property valued as high as $40,000,
among which is one bag of silver, several
locked strong boxes, a $3,000 manuscript
library, and $4,100 er $5,000 worth of tools
and machinery. He was brought to this
eountry forty years ago, from England, at
superintendent cf a manufacturing estab
lishment hit always lived a bachelor life,
and for twenty jears has ignored all
friends but one, John Bothery, proprietor
of tbe file works, whom be makes his al
most sole heir.
Thb following scene recently occurred
in one of onr courts between tbe Judge
and a Dutch witness, all the way from
Bctterdam: "What is your native lan
guage?" "I pa no native." "What is
your mother tongue?" "Ich bab no mad
der, mynheer." "What did you first learn?
What language did yoa speak in the cra
dle ?" "I did not speak no language in de
cradle, I only cry in Dutch."
AorxntA Patti has announced two con
certs in Liverpool, as the last to be given
by her before ber approaching departure
for America; Teresita Carreno was the
pianist. Patti expects to visit this coon
try in 1871, under the management of tbe
Slrakosches. Herr Neiman is tho tenor,
the best in Germany, and, perhaps tbe best
in Europe now. He sings in Wagners
"Bienzi and "Tannhanser." '
Bteblino drafts In sums of 1 and up
wards issued on England, Ireland,' and
Scotland by F. H. MoClure Co.. Bank
ers, Milwaukee, Wis., General Agents for
the Celebrated boion Line of bteamers.
Parties sending to F. H. McClnre & Co.
for drafts or tickets ean have them for
warded to any address in Europe free cf
It is related that soon after war was de
clared, one of Bismarck's friends said to
him: "Bnt my dear Count only think of
the fearful loss of life this war is going to
snpennduce. "Ab, my boy, tbe world.
though many thousand years old, has not
yet discovered the art of making an omelt
without Dreamng eggs 1
The right name for Janaoschek is Fran
tisvka Janonevkova. She is a native of
Bohemia, and her first education was
PoMKBox's Democrat has the largest eir
eolation ofnypoiiUcal paper in tbe world.
It is thoroughly Democratic; contains, each
week, political editorials fYom "Brick'
Pokxbot, such as no other man can or dare
write; Pomaroy's Saturday night chapters,
and social chats with friends; Terrenee
McGrant's letters; full and oorrect finan
cial and commercial reports; masonic and
agricultural departments, and general
news, rendering it a first-class family pa
Subscription price,. $2.50. Send for
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Pokxbot, editor and proprietor, or C. P.
Sixes, publisher, P. O. Box 5,217, New
York city. (foeritsemenf.
Aervoua debility, with its gloomy attend
anto, low spirits, depression, involuntary
emissions, lose or semen, cpormeterrnasa,
loss of Dower, diary bead, loss of memory
tnd threatened impotence and imbecility,
find a sovereign core in Humphreys' Homeo-
pat ale Hpecifio fio. twenty-eight Uompoeea
of tbe most varnablra, mild and potent Cora-
tives, toev strige &v once at me root oi uie
matter, tube np the system, arrest the dis
charges, and impart vigor and energy, life
and vitality to tbe entire roan. Tbey have
enred thousands of esses. Prico $5 per pack,
age of five boxes and a large vial of powder,
which is very- important in obstinate er ola
cases, or $1 per single box. Sold by all drug
gists, and sent by mail on receipt of price.
Address Humphrey 8' Bpecifis Eomeopbatir
jieuicine vio., ooa crosawav, new iotf
WkoUMltAfmit Bomhama A Van Schsack, Hart
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Panl, Minn.) Brown, Webber A Graham, 8U Louis,
Mo.; nrrana. sneisy ft ua, Detroit, Mica.
A sfnaw TielicrhtftiT Tieaeart mav he fnnnrl in
tbe new article of food, - Sea Moss Fame,
which can be purchased for twenty-fire cents
a parkatre. that will -prodnce sixteen quarts
of most excellent blano mange, or a propor
tionate quantity at custards, ngnt puamngs,
farina, creams, sauces, gruels. Charlotte
Kusse. Ac This seems almoet incredible;
bnt it is vouched for by ladies of the highest
respectability, who append tbeir names to
their statements. The Company state at
least nf tv delicious dishes can be mads rrom
the Sea xtoss Ferine, and cive in their circular
tbe recipes ror many ot mem. ne consider
Mr. Rand's discovery a highly important one
for tbe mil'ions, and indeed for all claeses of
society in these stringent times.
Tna TtKHW awn c latnmi. Tnatn nf Term
Phosphorus and Calieaya, knowa aa Casweul
Mack i. Co." Ferro-Phoeoborated Elixir of
Calisa; a Bark. Tbe iron restores color to
tbe blood, the Phosphorus renews waste oi
tbe nerve tissue, and the Caliaaya gives a
natural, healthful tone to the digestive or
gans, thereby curing DyspeDgiain its vanoru
foims. Wakefulness. General Ueoilitv. and
Depression of 8 pi rite. Mann factored oily
by OASWKXXs BAZABD k CO-- successors
to Caswell, Hack A Co., N jw York, Sold by
all Druggists. - 1
PicrcaifQua Amxbica. eon isting of SDlen-
didly executed views of the mot unfamiliar
and novel features of American eoenery. ac
companied with snitable letter press, is cont
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bend for tne number, or make a trial sub
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New York. '
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to Appleton's Journal. All nbCTibers pay
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the two entire months of November and De
cember gratis. During three months some
of the superb landscape views of Harry Fena
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New York.' i
New Havkk Family KitiTrnta Machihs.
Simplest, -cheaper and beet. Agents wanted.
H. B. Goodrich, General Agent, 82 Dearborn
street. Chic go, wholesale dealer in Sewing
Machine aUacbmente. , .
NoBTHWEeTEB.it Hobsb Nail Co.,. mannfao
lurers of Patent Hammered Harse Nails.
Office 68 West Tan Buren street. Factory
56 to 68 West Tan Buren street, corner Clin
ton street, Chicago.
A Papeb mom Yotraa People, The Youths'
Companion of Boston, is one of tbe most ju
dicious and enterprising theets in the coun
try. Sample copies free.
Jetki & Almisi, importers and dealers in
Artist's Materials, and leading Fresco Paint
ers of the west, 153 and 164 8. Clark street
Wmi Awake Tooths Papeb. For Jndl
oioos editing, select and popular contribu
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Youths' Companion of Boston, has no supe
rior among the youths' publications. Send
for specimen copy.
Salxsmejt and others wishing profitable
employment will do well to notice the adver
tisement of 8. W. Kennedy, of Philadelphia.
This is a relisble and Uberai house.
Economy. Save your doctor's bill and a
serious attack of iilr.-ss by taking a few
doses of Dr. Henry's Boot and Plant Pills.
See AtVEBTisrjrEjrr of nr. duiW Diepensa
rv, headed, Bonk for tbe Million Makbiaoe
Guide in another column. It should be
read by ali-
The New Photobaphic Family Beoobd
Agents wanted. Sales liveiy. For circulars
and terms, address U. L. Bog ers A Co., KM
Madison street, Chicago. - -
HtTBLBtrr A ns.uxs, leading wholesale
druggists of the Kortuireet, oorno Lake
street and Wabash avenue Chicago.
Jakes TT. Fosrn Co., iSl Lake St., Chi.
sago, importers ot t weer loading shot guns
W have nsed Joyee ft Stratton's ycat,
mannfactnrsd at Chicago, and it makes ths
B islet's WACgroix Ale is the beet made
in tbe West, particularly adapted for family
nsea. 6hipped to any address. Order from
Bisiey's Brewing Company. Waokegan, IU.
Laclede Hotel, Chicago. 12.00 per day,
fnoneoetter.) corner Madison and Canal bta.
Beef Cattle Fair to Prima
Sheep Fair to Prime
Oottow Middling ...
Flo tj Extra Western.
Wbtcat No. 1 Spring
Ooaa Western Mixed.
Oats Western -
poaa Mesa '.
$13 00 &1 00
(A 1 04
Beeves' Choice. ..M
Pair Grades H
Stoce Cattle Oommoa
sbbep Live Jood toChoice ...
Eoee Freeh ..............
FLooa White Winter extra. ....
Wheat bpnux. No. I...
Oou No. 1
Oats No. 1
Poaa Mesa, New....... ......
A T T5
A I U
a 6 50
Bxe Cattle.. ...
Hons Livs. ...... ,
Wkkat sled ..
OaVXS aaa- aaaeaaa nil
T 00 B I II
& 6 68
S 1 11
1 10 s 1 11
. I 60 0 60
, 4 00 00
, 8 00 S 60
1 73 A3 6 00
. : 6 16 C 6 60
Beet Cattle Choice
Good to Prime.
Hose live. .......
Sbeep Good to Choioi
Floob Spring XX
Wbeat No. 1 Bed
Bablet - ........
as l n
0 1 06
Beat as CViIob
, . Prime
T 00 SB T 60
63 ai 7 00
6 60 S3 0
60 & 00
60 S 6 00
. S 60 at t 36
&il u f M
'. Fair Gratles.
Stoce Cattle Common
Sheet Live Good to Choice...
Firms Thits Winter Extra
- ?3ring Extra....
WHEA.Wprmg, No. 1
Coax No. 1
Oats No. 1
Bte No. 2
Pobe Mess New
1 00 O 4 0
14 V 29
I 73 13
6 00 6 60
- 16 a7 16 V
CROUP " BRONCHITIS,
ASTHMA, 11 I.UENZA,
md Inrtiftlt-Bt CoumsbpUob.
BABS'g PWPTOKM. FUXIB tkM TTapirfiJ WOB tb fW
of TJavuante who hsva tn it. and alt tba tMUooaca
of tb a-wtwlioil 1-voaity ta 9btj Motroa of the country
whr it bu bMi introdTAoed. No reraetlj for Uw
ivocs mo4 throat erar Aiaoovrnvd, stmnda aa pjpoiar
ftr odoo need aa tin prvjpj.ravtioB. It ia ma1 aodax
Um KiparrivAioa of Mr. 1. H. irr, on oi Uio heat pnu
tic-vl cbatntata In the Stat. Tbo neeaaa which hu
attoadod the rise of this raised- for tho oaat nxtoon
rvara. whero tuurwit, haa induced oa to nak it mora
widely luiowft for the bn tit of the aafleriDf. Let fbe
arhtotod civ tt a favir trlavl. aa we ar aoefident that
reiiftf ana permanent rare wiu do tne ranir, exua or
ali douieta ia the) weti pa where that a1ei haute at
N. B. Girorlars cfvina; oertiflttatefl of remarkable
earae nf the afflicted will be eeat en aophcation, or
thav will b found aaMomoaiinniT einh bottia of the
Tbe Kuxia ia piceeaty. to , pa te Datiy arm
sdr-ti, pot oafta Jar bottles at ONK JXtLIaAB
T U DADO fit PH PrHri-tort,
I TIi UHfUk Ur UU.Txbkx iuutk, Ixix
' 1 8oid ia Ctucaffo at Wholeeaie by
TjT.t.fr. rraon a ptttxfr; lord a rvtth
CriC ATI. -XT BflDVU I U A Hi"a K . UrVnVf A, t Tm .
In Mil wank ee by
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r . . .. A BUTTON. . ,
In St LooJa by - ,
BICHARDSON A CO. ; OOLLINS BROS. .
1 &d tbronchont the Nortbweet by aR Drac.eta.
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RIDER CUT-OFF ENGINES,
. CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
PORTABLE GRIST JttIT.TS,
' ' " ' Merchant and Custom
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flaUafactrnn guaranteed, bend for Uitutrated Circu
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CK Ua lyiivrtn a,
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. 23d SegTilar Blontlily -GIFT
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lriaea M be diuntmted Ueeembsr 6ta. Ia7il.
Klea Tickets. SI: Ris Tiaketa. SA. - Uresis wanteS
In aeu tieiteta. Cimei.ra eontainioE fa 1 parrwniara
will Da seat toaar oaeordanns tbwB. Asdreaa
A. U. w. IA1UIH a U'l, Bo laii,
y Cinelamtl. Ohio.
HUSKING GLOVES !
Rnabl., the wearer ta hnak En ner eet. 'more, and
abaol'italr amrcat ears baeds. Made of tb. bt c4
leatnar wan saatailia alia. anaelMd. Pri". $l,atl eer
pair. Yar aa). by deaiere renarallv. Seed fjrc:rcolar
ai sample. M .ta mxnm, iarsa, aaadianiar wnaU. l.lb
na!dioDntodklera. Addr- HA LL H L SK1XH
ULOVitOO..Mdi3 Sentnyaaar Bt Chieaso, IU.
Co3t of Fuel Kedaced Cne-TMid
Br aasc tbe Healer Damper. So Wastb or Kt-rt-fl
ikm htMt astod:- l.rraa,enaranaeilltineTvrybiaa.
koid. and sake from Sin to per day Pur partwo
iwa addraaa (I. hUsCKKLri 1U, Ueneral Asent
Usalay Uaaapar Co.. Obioaso, IB .
lfeed them. JSw- btvenMn. reeenMf p.fnte1, mm?,
aMi&, and eaa be need lor avootha 9fee-.-;b,ar3for
ClttJ.VyauaL Addion. A. HKWii.U
TO HOUSEKEEPERS. '
ASHING MAOK F.atV. Na rahbisc ef th.
elethas. 8aTaa Time, Ibob, r'AlI'NCS asd
f OKET. iMtmf mm lir. iA. clnt r'ent with fn I hv
atrnati aatoanyaddrewfcrSHcstrra. a id aati,faotsi
rntiai K H 'Hl'ltTK Ror K rui-innm. O.
Ol aaaanna trom Keraons liebtuty,
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"NO MAM'S FRIEND,"
By tne Antbor mt Aaae JuUra.
anaTi also put ea new type, and enters the Vf eexxv
Wmootrais, siil ins m tba largast, haailaoaew. aad
Best Weekly Paper la the West
. WswiUseaditFRKKfnniussossnsDcemsotaf ths
story until January urt, 1871. to any one seadinc oa thsb
sddisaa, as ail aand H front Hutauiliaa Hd ss Jaana
1st, 1871. far tl 60. Adderas
CR1HKR.AIKKXS A CRAMER, ,
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THE FIRESIDE COMPAKIOM,
Though only rast a boat to enter iU fourth year of polv
ynblieaiwn. ia leeogmt ed all erer tne world
a cm at to
IHoet BHIIhut Daealnr- EntrrtmlnraaT aad
. aiaaoie -jooraaie in iuiiMeace
Aad far the to-Jcering Bntaca.:
THE FIRESIDE COMPANION
Oe-Maias Sriwriro Costibtbt R tor its. Fws
PorTkT, SnsATtoSAt. and MwT mvxtai. arrcuca,
it,vftii ANTravyrru. and mmch a RabxUombima-
ti ot Uscroi, racra. Wit aod Btnoa. asd other
entertaininc Baatt.r, that aoaa to torm a par ..zertirNf.
f r tbe Vanuiy Circle, aa nas Sai.Doa mai Kqcaulsd,
Never St'hras.stl! Amoos ths other atnaios lar
turea of Tbe ! In-side Oaipanioa, are ita Rtai
UKi SOB LITTLE Fouia, and UoSRaaFOUDBirrr Cot.
rtaat. ahicb are ander the manarameet of some of the
Most Lt'BXBD. Wittt aed KxrasHtxeED Wsitebs
or the DaT, aad alone aorth doable the east oi ihe
"ftta Editorials are, likewae, Ftrw-Claa-, tbs Jokes as
lasnbarils as piaie can eiand withoat loains their
Kuttone, the Illustration, by Celebrated Arlista, the
.Siaicfiie of the Moat Vane. Tonlbac, and lnleraat-
Ids Ctarwrter. and. tnciaiora, it sur be saea sa a
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in tne land. Amooc I be aore eoaepicaooa ertUra for
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Lacy Randall Ooaiert
Mdame do aUrtha.
I aalie 1 borne,
Mary J. Wines.
"apt, O aetcn,
Jona F. Cowan,
Ken ward Philip,
bJOTTT u lmu,
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e Jotaa R Nenna,
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Joel eoonaaaeed hi the Toledo Bum Now ie the
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ocntaintoa a,tr.sixooraiaoa hJed aitu Aaaafrom all
part, of tne World, ehoiee nricroal aod ee eeted Tales,
tkatchaa. Poetry, Wit and Humor. Beaidoa thia.aaeiT
aaraber oontaioa a Tonne Foias DeDarrjaeot, aa A fr
raltjiral n,nuunL a KeliiOna LlaDartmeot and s
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RtAPr, BfDderips- U tbe anoac camplele and per
feet Family Mewapaer poblwhed any.here.
Tt iaiai.Ulile lettera of Ker. Petioleaaa V.
Nasby are written expraely for the Rl.de, aad will
b. aiatianed is rta eoiomaa dnrinc tbe eomms: year.
Tarma I (HI a r-ar. Seopiaa, gl.73.ach. 19
eopiea 1.30 each. Three manths.(bich win inelnds
all of NaauVb atoiy) 5tl cota, pre copiea 50, ten
oopiee -1,00, and aa eatra oopr k the seUac spot
elao. npeounen eopiea aent rre. Send lor eae, asd
sire ns the andresaee of a dozeo or so o( yoor frieoda, at
diliareot Poet Ulnoea, la aaeai ae will sand free
Mil LF.H. IxK'KH A CO..Toledo. Ohio.
SPECIAL OFFER I
Of IJteimlare, fSeieaoe, aad Arc.
Reduced Termi for Trial-SabscriptioiiB.
I saw srAaorrbera ts APPLKTO Nff JODS-
r obtain It for
. (BIOBT EOUBBBEJ AS A '
. TIUAJ. BUBsCKIPTION, . ...
UPON THK REMITTANCE OF FIFTY CHHT8.
Term for Arruivis's JotraiUA, Tes Cswn par
nomber. or Foua Doixabs per annnm ia adass
The a pedal tarms for Trislobeoriptiona, which are
effered only to thoss not aow anbaoribara. and for tbs
limited period ...i ars ata rediietwn of twaaty-fifa
par asat from racnlar asbsnriptioB anas.
Is nnnlished Vf aekly. aad ermaiats af thirty-two pases.
onrtaaua noasbaa aAtraetiTsilloatrated. lae
ants sonai-t af UXUSTRATEO PAPERS UPON
THB VAJIIODSS0BJKCT8 that aartain tola. PUR
SUITS AND KKCRSATIONS OP THE PKOPLAL
Pietorud deaeripbons of FAMOUS LOCALITIK8,
BkarraDhiaal Sketches, wttb Portraits of CKLXBRI
TlrS lit ART. LITERATURE AND BCIENOB
nhuETStsd TrareSi asd Sketehss of AdTentnra, Eaaays
asoaUtsawEysadSorTowies Entertaiaass Papars
on the tsaay sabjeots that salist the armpatay or pione
the asrioattyof totalnrent auads, aad CHOIOE FIO
TION. in lbs form of barlal Woralaand Bhsrtatoriea
Many a umbers are acoompamad by PIOTORIALOR
Tbe Fnnliahers hare, mr soma months assa father
ed for tne saraosa, matarial for a ssrissof papsES as ps
' PICTURESQUE' AMERICA,
Oonaistmc af splendidlrazesnted Tiaas ot aba moat
.W..H.. ud aorai fa. tares of Amsrioaa soeasry.
aesompaaied wita smtaWa letter-praav Tea Arstaf
these paosrs (A Jonmey ap the St. John's and Ochla-
waha irrera. Florida), will aharnv sppaar. U
P. APPLr TON 4c CtX, PaHlaatl a.
M, js a M GRAND ST.. NEW YORK.
7T73 HOCNEHOr.D MAGAZINK
1 1 il eontaaas ta every anmbar e no com-
PaaaaaaamWaWAwSl P'"' mX" ' " , 7
ori) paea oi otber matter. Yearly L bold by
Sewee.eiS at W Ota. per copy. niawaa iTwaiiwiiia.
eaaa to be awmraea ror nnis ciuim oaw
T. el - a A aA a WlkTsT. KammrKnawswl K V
To Dya any Color iaaCaa
aiaa Tia IV ash. Us tcr.
viaat w. aw a, evm tbo i-eMrlt of nta naiw
eoee in tbo hiiiiioiea aad far excel all othera now man a
faetnrvd. Th-r mw tba eniliant tiqaid ooior prrparad
raady toaitootre m wftiar, tnuuiiuiHi uuutaww
rufta wevv tnan the b3ai tor tna aamo pnee. Say
oolor, except BLacks and Drata w mnd to any twjrnon
a. IT-.taaft KtaJamt II nf BtmVCmATW. OB MCCriTt Of
twenty-ftvo eenta. pnmded rhey are not for eale by tbe
OAueia. niacite ana iraoa arw mwam ior w
aurs Kaarty. awifH th adar a Bmali 01000 Of Ul toeVtO-
rial too wiah to color: also Doetaae stamp lor pampa-et
ijoiccs lo eaie ny istuoim, jtuvw-s hu
' ' " MAJOaXY HOWE, Prapr. ,
.. (And naijuaor tm Bmm h Bte i ana J - -
r4. W aad 78 BROADWAY. BOSTOlf.MASa.
THK Warloaal rpictona', 'as Flwest lllasfra
linsr 'Bast Star aa, and ie Fresh a Sparkiiaa.
Bpeeimane free. Aseata aatrd Mrnwfcrrr.
A AAAIYbbbbb n-jiaTl 11 AT I .wi r. ia
. . ShelbyrUla. Ky.
B-jt Marr Paoftr
the ITiTrroe. A Prtze
io every aabt3riber. Rend
inp for Piiso Cue alar aad
PabUahsc. BoaMn. Mass
Key Tobe. Angnal 1Mb. lass.
Allow ma to oall yonr sttanUoa to my SEPAR
ATION OF COMPOUND FXTaACT BCCHTJ. The
component parts are. BUCHTJ, Loaa Leae,
CCBEBS, JtTNlPEB BERRIES.
Modi or Pbevaaatxoe Bncho, t vaeoo, Jnnl.
par Barries, by distillation, to form a Has gin.
Cabebs extracted by msplsraaient with spirt ta
obtained from Jnntper Berries; very Ilttls Eagar Is
used, sad a small praportJaa of spirit, Dia mora
patatahla than any new ia nas.
Bncba ss prepared by Srairgiats, is of a dark
oolor. It Is a plant that emits tta tragnaosi tbs
action of a flams destroys this (its aetivs principle),
leering a dark glutinous daooctiori. Mins at the
oolor of InarsdisotB, Tba Bnoha in mv prepara
tion predominates: tbs smallest quantity oi tbe
other Ingredients ars added, to pre rent fermenta-
Hoai upon inspection K win be foaad not to ba a
IlnatBia, aa aaads in Pharmacopcaa. nor ta It a
Syrup and therefore eaa be need in eases wbere
fever or Inaammatioa axist. Ia Ibis, yoa base
tbs Enowlsdgs of tba ingredienia, and tbs mods of
Hoping that yoa win favor ft with a trial, and
that upon Inspection It will meet with your appro
Wltb a feeling of profound eonlldenca.
.. I am, vary lespeUfully, . -H.
Cbomiat and Dragjrlat of M Tears Xxperieaos
(From tb largest Marmrartnring Obsrsists ta ths
. World.) :
KoTEWBra 4. ltM.
"I am acquainted with Mr. BT. T. Helm bold i be
antiapisri to Dm; Store appoaita my rssldenca,
and was anowaafal in oondnctiag tb bostsess
where ofbars bad not been eqaally so before him.
I hsrs base farorahly lf141rraa.il with his character
STTLLIAM WsTOHTMAS, -
Firm of Powera and Weightman, Mansfartorlng
Chemists, Hinib and Browa Stream, Phila
t i -1. . 7 :
II ELL1 COLD'S
arialng from lcdiscretloB. Ths ex
haosted powers of Nature which ars accompanied
by so many alarming symptoms, among which win
be found IadiapoaUloa to KierOonoss of Memory.
WUefolnssa. Horror of Disease, or Forebodings of
EvD ; m fact, TTniveraal Lsasttnds, ProatratioEi, and
inability to enter mt tb anoymeBla af society. .
snes affeeted with Organla TeaAeas. require, the
aid of Medicine to strengthen and inTigorata ths
system, which HSXMSOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHTJ
Invariably does. If no teeatmsEitls sabmiUadco,
Oonsnmptiaa or Insanity ensues.
Fluid Extract cfBuclm
In aff ectioBS psomllar to Females, la oneqnalled by
any other preparation, as in Chloroete, or Beten
Uon, ninfiilinas. or Bnppression of Customary
T-mi". Ulosraterl or flchlrroa Stats of th
Uterus, and all aoxuplainta mddantal to tbs ass, or
h decline or change of Ufa.
Fluid Extract Buchu
.- '4 . -t V . . 1: ' . ". J.c - ti.
IMPROVED ROSE1 WASH
sill radically exterminate from the etsUub diaeeaea
trtainn from habits of dlaatpsaon. atUttls eapena.
um. or ao. ohang ia diet, aa lnconTcnianc or
sxposare; completely anperseding thoss nnpleasani
sad daageruii remotrioa, ooasrva aaaauccary. m
aU mess disaasea. , . , .
; USE ; HELHSOLD'3
Fluid Extract - Buchu
. tr . v-
ia'atl Qliniaai a of Lbeae orgaEla, wbether ail sling m
male or female, from whatever cause originating,
snd so matter of how long standing. It is plea ears
In taate aad edcr, 'Immediate'-in action, and saoae
abrengthening than any of tb preparationa of BarE
or Iron. - - - v - -
Tnoas rw'"tl from broken down or dolfaat
oonetitutiana, procure th remedy at once.
Tbe reader must be aware that, howerev enzh
may bs tb attack of th above, diaaassa, tt IssertaU
to affect ths bodily health and mental power.
AO th abov Jlansaia require the aid of a Dts
retto. tntJtnni.iw EXTRACT BUCHTJ to th
Oraat Dlureuc .. v . . .,
Sold by Drnrgistj eYerywIiere. Price
$L23 per Bottle, er 8 Bottle, for $8.50.
Delivered to any address, rescribe
Symotomi in all coaimanicatiori. - '
H. T.!HLHB OLD,
. v- " . . " -a " : '. " ' "
Drug and chemical Warelijuse,
594 Broadway, New Tork.
E02IE ABE GESITESK unless done
up in rrteel engraved Wranper. with
tae-imile of my Chemical .Waretoo,
1 H. T. HZXZXBOLD.
A CHEAT MEDICAL DISCOVER
Dr. "WAXXES'S CAIXP0BJSX4. ' " '
VINEGAE BITTEES :
HnndrBds of Thonsanda ? 5 -
Bear teattroony to their Woador- - J
f oi caraure Eifecta. Sow
I s s WHAT ARE : THEY?; F j
T aw a
3u j Tiir.1 abs run- a tin as;
'"IIfancy DRINK, Ml
raadarof Poor Baa, Whiskey. Preaf Sptrita
and Refase Liaaars doctored, aptced and sweet. :
enedto please the taste, called Tonics, "AppetJs.
ara," - Rgstorers." Ac that lead th tippler oa to -droiiEennea.
aad ruin, bat ar a ens Medietas, road:
from the KatlTs R00U snd Herbs of California, frea
frera nil Alcoholic Stimalanta. They are the
GREAT BLOOD Pl'RlFIER aad A LIFK
Inrlg ator of tha Syatem, carrTlrg off all poiaonoua
matter and restoring ths blood to a healthy eondlttoa.
So persoa ean take three Bitters atsairillng to dlrto
flow aad remalB long anwen.
a 1 0 wlU be fflren for an lucurahle caae, prorld 1 .
Eh. bones are sot destroyed by mineral poison or
other means, and lb vtaal argtso Tested beyond tb
point of repair. , .-; - - f
Far iBdaaimatary aad Chronic K he s ma
rl aaa and Gaat, xrysaeasln, ar ladlgewtaaa,
Billsns. Raaaitteat anal I.terasltlent Favara
Dlseaae af the Blaaal, liter, Kldaeye aad
Bladder, thoas Bitter, hare hern moat stmobsk
fa. - Ba.t. BWssaaaa ar cansirt by Vitiated ,
Blood .which Is generally produced by derangement
of the Dlxestlve Onraaa. '
DYSPEPSIA Oft I.NBIGKSTIOy, Head
ache. Pain la theabouldara,Cougtia, Tlgtitnraa of the .
Cheat, IMzzineea, Sour EmctaUoos of the Stomach.
Badtasta In the Koath, Btlloaa Attaeka, Palpttarloa
of tbs Heart. Inflammation oi the Lana,Peln la the
region of the Kidneys, snd s hundred other painful
rruiptoma, an th oftaprlnsa of Dyspepsia. t
They lnrigorata the atomaah, and afimrrl ate th tor. ,
Bid lirsr and bowels, which render them of unequalled
sfncaeTlnslfanatirgths bl jodof sBhapuriaes, and
Boparting aew kfc aod Tly to th whole rratem. .
FO R SK IN D I S KA ? ES, FrapUons,Tetter, Salt
Bhnsm, Blotches. Spots, Prm pica, Pnstnles, BoUa, Car
Sane lee, IBng-Worma, Scald Heed. Sore Kres, Iryatp-,
Ti , itch, Scnrfs, Dtscolorstlons sf the Skis, Humors
aadDlaeaiieeor the Er;.a,of whateTCTnameorrtattrria.'
sr. literally das; up aad carried out of the system In a
short time by the use of these Bitters. One bottle la. .
such esses will convince the most In credulous ztmta
enratlT effect. '
deans the Vitiated Blood whenever yoa End Its
imparities bursting through the skin in rim p lrs.Erup
ttoas or sores i cleanse it when younnd tt oeatroctod -aad
sluggish In the veins j cleanse, it when It Is foul.,
and yonr feelings will tell yon when. Keep the blood
prm and ths health of tb rstcm wiu rouow.
PfN. TAPE sndother WORMS. rnrktEglathe
systsm of so many thousands, are effectually destroy
ed snd removed. For foil dlreeoone. read carefully
tba drcalar aroand each bottle, prtsted la loar laa
goagea EngUsh, German, French and Spanish.
J. "WAUvER, Proprietor. R. H. McDOSAlD CO,
Drocsists aad Gen. Agents, Eaa raneiseo, CaL,"
! ' and 33 and M Commerce Street, lew TorE.
tw-OT,T WT AT T, rrBl.QOTftTS Ain PKALRBftV
LICENSED BY U. & ATJTHOBITT.J
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THE ONLaY RELIABLE
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145th Hegular Monthly
GIFT DISTRIBUTION !
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Capital Prise $5,000 in Greanbackh.
igeatc wanted t eel Tlrketa. to '
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- A circular containing full hat of prizes, of
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All leuen a Jst be addressed
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SHOWS FIOW TO DOrBT.R rno Predte art
to. Farm, and haw f .naara and their aaaa eaa
ach maka luu FEK MO.VTB in Wiatsr. lojV) eoyiis
wtilasaiailadfra.sfarmara. Sand earns and ad ii era
to yXlULkit A AlcUURDY, Ciocinnali, uhio,
. - . ... Chieaajo, U1-, and
ot. Loaia, Mo.
Bay. Me and I'll
- ROOT &
Ds on Good
Breiunrth Blood aod mrortrtnit lb
Lire i and or, to -v b-aVAtay
troa. thjr- rM ooie mnf eomp-vinta wbiefa
it aroakd rot b ofJ thmxt ocoid r-jch,
moeh mm HfADACHK, Pax nr THS Sibk.
NUaiaillM ft Uk tLaVXDft AMD FCST, DCIX
Wmm, CHrLLaXErn, RHKmtATTam. IflTJUL
GIA. IXWi Of A J" PIT IT PlUOCI DTBnUf
TKRT, KiDlfKT fTICT105l XjVWTTATlOll.
DkBOJTT, P KVKilS OF UX KIMDM. IT
f TfHtf ay, ATTTsiytTTBV aVBl OtdMT aOrirfeT, OCm-
plinta avnsinc from krw Hat of Um bndr
or o-oei.o f it tmaetiofm, &na baa
(toca mtcurj ar ouiar penana, tn-v
rkB a& all tiBBaa and ritra all
ta-arwoea,aitboat rc4rd todiator boa aaaa.
Pnet, 9b Cant a Eoc. Praraiad by Um
Gr.itna ManieiaaCo, Ht. Lors Mo.
fiotd by diTa-wtad diaHia Mad Miaa
FERRIS & MILES,
Steam Hammer and HacMna Toola
. PHILADELPHIA. : -
Ths 6TKAM HiMsKA aeit shsald ba-JtSapl. la.
CeaatrictWo. fMrcrru' in Aouoa, Co.anaaT la aaad-
Thoa. Hamaiars haa. our psteat Eaaa Aa, which
aecorea tn. muat eiteosvre die aorfaoa. asd oar patent
Tsir. sear: br ahiah la aooompbahed eith the stoat
perfect adjuaan.iil, aithaa the Bearr dead blow foe
dreem down a era. or the nana, eniek blow for hsiah
im, m-d wilh W ra. anaw ' JKooi to fm
a mf mrrtrr. all anas, frees Ira) fbs apwarda, anaa
anele or doable framaa
K.NOlrt K LATH K8. eatr artons' asd hear. saaaM
of do nut the haanaat aad aaoat aomrate wore aiao
ear naaeeSMeiew anitirc Lathee, shiaa wiU do aHhar
tM.pg or Mieweattmswunoat ohanseof sear waaaia,
$25 A WEEK SAURY ! -
Tease maa wanted ss local asd tsweibna salaaraao, ;
Bmuia tlffDt ana aaaoraoir. , nw, mmm
boA s lealll ralnabl. litti. machlna. Addraaa (sua .
atampi B- H. WALAKH.M rxra How, new lors.
A Boolz for the Slillioxi.
--GUTJDII.- - ionrScSa?-
tsrlss sad reaemaams erass saaBa! ajaaaea, "
in pronnetna: ana staia a v""ma
aoiaxioa. ao. .... .
Tbja w aa urtarastuur aora af two hnndred aaa raws tr-
fear pases, with aojaaraao eaaraaiaas. "!r?r
aalsabl. iDjormaUoa to thoa. woo ar. marrrad oreoa.
BX r-oaif. Ma wt-i
Eafoi-a applyiri n Um nocoocma Uttcm woo adTatr
laa in pULmi paparraor MiiaaT of QtjaaJX Kxxwbom
Tk " - - -- marts awttaVaV VrHma flMaaaaaa
ar Ivm daplarara iw ooodiafjn. ,. M -
tahaa : - arasm MSBTT tM tliM wTOrUL (JlSOa. flft Li N
th in 1 1 an meoaonea ia nia ma V7i" A-
,,i,i.i u SuM, dUbaMaat, KL Looia. Ma
A! HA!! HA:.':" abtaar)o Wand,
I aa tie eat tooa fir f r m raaim T HB
r3rAl.EI BAKat. Th Bjanae ,
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a n ui.hluhwl Van eaa aa-.
laiaauif-ao., a " Z'- "
ea-e a aclaadi4 aaw Kosraauw. "Tos i?i
Amioca!' 1 i3 fret, and in. Fapr tHi.H'J '
oeete. Soemmana for ateata. A a it r aaa OTA
easts ouwiiaiaw v .y. - , - - -
GLKD b . KS ait." mneaaio, n. a.
y- . . i ti orivvull T.mI1 mnnAm ha sank
! pieatwhoieaala Warn I par a aalarr of Tuu ta
tlOS.no par month aad ai peuaaa Beraaeooaraaiiiiaa,
A BfJ.I arrr A oo Ul Madiaca ht- Chieaan, ill.
ORNKRAr. onALITTKSOr HOrP8 B1AI.T EX- .
TRAC .BRVKKAliROF K KALT iarta aaar
e(diseaioa:aooeanor.a. falieroe "05i
eaailT dacompoant br th. saatna joioee, wjariHr
ZoVrWud iniVobjIa fs.A A email QoanOfj of ofTs
Mall Katx et pu s ooaaro.ra .
BSaaaBt. Ird. It ua tbo sowar of aumolatuc .
tha bodr: and ia. I t, haa.IT Una to usaama atrapiE
'Sld'b?' AIX DRTTOrirSTS A wo fmrKirrRS.
TajiaANT dt tt-'i7S tirea-aarlra Pu. Pi. T. .
Sou Ahets ros ITirrrs n wtatbs. etc
Warrsnsad par, pslstabl, and ts ui law n afoUe
First pranumn awarded at the O. 8. air, (Oa Umoaa
State fan- and Chiearo Oitr fair. LarsarA Works ta
the United Itee7 KatabUahad tMa CiiAa. (a,
PKITKhlwo a:ttt.ad t (.aaae twaoeea.
ELOOrJIKGTOM . NURSERY.
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