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Ancient Miens Revisited.
The Paniuna Star and Herald says that
In a conversation irith two Americans
who hare been settled for some time
bock in the little port of Pines, to the
v son th ward of the Bay of San Miguel, we
are put in possession of certain informa
tion. With the restless energy bo char
acteristic of the national character in
extending their researches back into
the ' interior, they came, by . a
r ' not very difficult road, upon the deserted
site of the celebrated mines of Oana
thagena, which they took, plundered
; and burnt: and that from thence thev
sailed to Caledonia, rowed up the river
01 JJanen, and ingratiating themselves
with the Indians, were conducted by
tnem to tne gold mines at banta Urns
de Can a, near Santa Maria, and after
they had marehed nine days, they fell
wita bq ouuraara 01 me spamaras.
of whom they took nine; but the others,
escaping, crave nonce at tne mines 01
"So tbat the richest of the inhab-1
it ants fled with their monev and jewels :
that, however, the English took the fort
and possessed themselves of the mines,
where about seventy negroes remained,
whom they set to work during the twen-
one days thev were there, in which time
they got about eighty pounds' weight of
gold, besides several pieces of plate,
which they found buried in the ground
by the inhabitants; and that
at their return they burnt the town
and brought away the negroes."
After this, as we all know, Cana was
. abandoned, and its mines ruled up b
order of the Spanish king, trot- enougl
of evidence remains to point out its ex-1
act locality. . Experienced mineralogists I
would find a great difficulty in tracing
out the rich veins from whose out-crop-1
ping the Spaniards derive so much gold. I
. Our American friends say that at their
recent visit to the place the site ol the
nouses couia oe poiuwxi qui uy uie i
erinding-stones used for oorn or ore. I
The remains of the fort can yet be trac-
ed, Dut tne most curious discovery uiey l
made was that the four or five brass
cannon still lying there were found from
their construction to be breech-loaders;
they were manufactured in Barcelona,
and had the date l&il. - They bore evi-
denoe of being intended for use on board I
of ship, from which they had been sent
for the defense of the place against in-
dians. The locality, though wooded, is
cool and healthy, being some 6,000 feet
above the sea. I
Random specimens of the ore gave 90
to the ton, and the surfaoe washings
could, with profitable methods, be made I
, very profitable, in the surrounding
woods are the remnants of ancient plan
tations of palta, cacoa and plain tain
The buccaneers, according to "Davis1
Expedition to the Gold Mines of Da-
rien." went through the greatest hard
ships in order to arrive at them from the
Atlantic. We are indebted to our
u. .., ,
Amencanfaends for the suggestion of
an easier approach and a branch of in
dustry for the Isthmus, which there is
no reason for neglecting any longer.
A Canadian Wedding Party, and what
Became of Them.
From the Detroit Tribune.
Yesterday morning " D. George
Manning and Frank Logan, with several
aiiaeet and two young girls, ail from a
prominent Canadian town, were arrested
at one of our hotels and detained at the
police station until evening, at which
time they took passage for home, feeling
much better, in some respects, vet de-1
eidedly uncomfortable on general prin-
eiples. It appears that Manning eloped
wim a atkOgnter oi a respectauie genue-
man residing in the town referred to.
and the pair were accompanied hither
bv Ixean and one of the prospective
bride's companions. The cirls were
of the period " sort, and were appar-
ently - determined to see the affair
through at all hazards. Everything
mio-ht hAVA tArminiLtAd hflnnilv hut fnr
the fact that Manning does not bear the
, best of reputation at home, and that
Logan has a wife living.
About the usual plan for an elopement,
including the lowering of trunks from
the back window of a "brown stone
front," was duly executed, and the girls
. had a narrow escape from capture by
the "cruel parient" stumbling over the
aforesaid trunk s which had been tem
.' porarily placed in a dark passage way.
Iheee "panents," you Know, always ao
cidently stumble over something, when
wey are eTpectea to oe asieep. man
ning and Logan purchased tickets for
the girls to come to our city, and they
started on Tuesday evening. A lynx
eyed offieer,- however, prevented the
men from leaving at that time, and
- they were compelled to drive to an ad-
jacent station and take the early train
on Wednesday morning, on which they
came on to Detroit, arriving here on
Thursday evening. The girls went to
one of our leading hotels and were met
by Manning and Logan and taken to
" another hotel where they were register
ed as married people, and occupied
; At two o'clock yesterday morning, the
Chief of Police was instructed by tele
graph to arrest the quartette of crimi
nals, and the -detective above named
traced the party to their hotel, and ar-
rested them after breakfast. Later in
the day the father of the girl who had
coaxed away by Manning and her
brother and cousin arrived here, and in
terviewed the erring females and the
scoundrelly men. A stormy scene en
sued. Manning took the thing remark
ably cool, while Logan declared that he
was innocent The girls shed crocodile
tears. - -Dreaded forgiveness, laughed. I
joked, 5?peared sad, and generally de-
ported themselves as if - they din't care
"whether school kept or not" The
father called Manning and Logan scoun-
drels. regretted that he had not provided
himself with a revolver for murderous
purposes, and manifested a disposition
to let out the brains of those who had so
seriously disturbed his peace of mind,
and brought disgrace upon his family.
After a prolonged interview, a com
promise was affected. Justice Guenther
was called in and married Manning and
his eloping companion, and it was deci
ded to let Logan and his female friend
return to T , and make his peace, as
best as he could, with the other half of
the family. The errmg 'quartette were
short of funds, and the brother of the
bride paid all accrued expenses, includ
ing the marriage fee and hotel bills, and
the whole party left on the Grand
Trunk train, as "happy as clams in high
The fruit is known by its tree. The
SHS!l "5? J not
disturber of domestic peace is not so
- 1 A .
siiv of the rhlrnx of ttjf.?
lands and the sickleses who resort to it
And the analogous female fashion of
perforating a faithless lover is best
ehown by showing the sort of women
who set it The female person who shot
a San Francisco lawyer for effecting her
"ruin" is now shown to have been an
inveterate subject of seduction and be
trayal. In fact, she had been so often
and so permanently "betrayed" as to
have beoome quite a picturesque and
moss-grown ruin before her victim ever
encountered her. It is to be hoped that
the jurors who acquitted Mary Harris,
and the other jurors who acquitted an
other victim of heartlessness in Pitts
burg the other dav, will have the
grace to blush when they discover from
his third story exactly what manner of
women these are. World.
Tut Purest attd Sweetest Odd Lim On. is
Tin Viio,u. i-t Hi::.u-J and Caswell, made on
' nt tr-- f fre-h. eelecte ' livers, bv
r J?V.-SLL. IIAZM!D 4 CO., New Turk. It m
a'ol "7 pire J nrre. Parties who have
onr taken it prefer it to all others. PhTskiina
liave decided it mperior to any of the other oils
in market Sold by all drug gust.
From the Boston Courier.
The time of lighting the first autumn
al fire is always pleasant. The evening
chill even of an Indian summer day in
October, and early November, makes a
fire not a luxury, but a necessity. The
early coming on of. evening makes lamp
light necessary, also,' at the tea-table.
This househoid warmth and light, after
the out-of-doors heat and blazing sun
shine of the endless days of summer,
impart a sort of quiet, domestic pleas
ure, which has a peculiar charm. The
outside world at night and morning in
autumn has grown chilly and gloomy,
but the cheerful fire ana lamplight in
side are antidotes. In late autumn the
fruits of the earth have been gathered
in, everything is snugly stored away un
der tne hatcnes. we nre provisioned
for the winter s vovage.
"The squirrel grsnarv wj full
And the harvest's done."
I Still many a pleasant day of softened,
mi titrated warmtn ana sunsnine is in
store for us. This we can enjoy, but to-
wards the evening we nnd the warm,
well-licrhted room a pleasant retreat.
The four seasons of the temperate zone
snve a variety, spice, and zest to Me,
which the eternal sunshine of the trop-
ics. or their two seasons ol rain and
shine, cannot bestow. In fact, the
dwellers in the temperate zone, and on
the upper sides of the planet are the
most fortunate portion of the earth's
population. They are exempt from the
violent and passionate outbreaks of na-
ture in the tropics, in the form of earth
quakes and typhoons, or 11 they occa-
sionaUy experience a shake, as we
did latelv. or a blow, it is soon over,
and has but little of the destructfve
wrath of such phenomena in the
tropical regions. The gradual, dreamy
lapse of winter into spring- is unknown
in earth's central zone. The delicate
verdure of earth, and the fine tremulous
leafage ol tne wooas, - orcnara ana
groves au t;iuptsiM.&c cuumia), gno uou
in spring, summer and autumn, an lnex-
pressible charm, which the ranker, more
luxurious, ana gorgeous vegetation 01
the tropics does not possess. Who would
part with our.lNew iuigiand autumn,
with its crimson leaves, warm, dreamy
noons, and cool but starry eves, even for
the orange and lime, and "endless days
and nights of eternal summer" of Porto
Rico or the Lane?" Certainly no man of
culture and reflective naoits ana power.
For such a one our September, October
and even dull November, is a season of
constant, mental and material enjoy'
ment. Even the sober sadness which
the eye takes in iroin me aun, somore
woods of November is not without its
"Oar sweetest songs are those that tell of saddest
thought." - -
So the melancholy aspect of the declin
ing year excites a sentiment and a ten
derness of feeling which are salutary
and ennobling. We do not blame our
song-birds for gathering in serial squad
rons over the dry, stuDDy neias, prepar-
atorv to their ftight for a sojourn in sum-
Halthough their absence is
always to be regretted), because they
have none of the winter comforts of roof
and fireside. ' But for the healthy human
biped, a New England winter should
have no terrors. However, the railroad
and steamboat have put us on a par with
birds of passage, if we choose- to give,
the winter months the go Dy, and prefer
- to sail to nmo tuque.
Far off hex through ma to nek.'
Potatoes for Stock Feed.
Not one farmer in fifty realizes the true
value of potatoes for stock. . They are
not only good for horses and cattle, but
for hogs, calves, and poultry. When
storing the present harvest, all those too
diauaia vi diuid im wviuu uo ovwu
out. Kept, ana juoicioubiv iea. a to
their value for milch cows, experiments
nave proven tnem to exceea mat oi ai
most every other root Our readers will
remember the statement made by Mr.
R. A. Hunt, of Euclid, Ohio, in the Ohio
cent, in a dry state. They should be
Farmer, some months ago, in regard to
an experiment made.' While thirty-six
quarts of carrots were fed, thirty-two
pounds of milk were received daily; with
the same amount, one half potatoes,
thirty-six pounds of milk were givenr
and when potatoes were fed alone, forty
pounds of milk, were received. The
roots were cut and fed raw three times
day, in messes of twelve quarts each.
I he above is heavier feeding than i
necessary, but very plainly shows the
value of this vegetable as a milk pro
ducer. We believe from experience,
that they are also a profitable feed for
the making of flesh, and the laying on
As a feed for calves, they make one of
the very best substitutes for milk, con
taining as they do, sixteen per cent of
starch in a natural state and sixty per
ooiied as lor taoie use, the Sauza re
moved, mashed thoroughly, and put in
i) milk. Calves eat them in this way
greedily, and thrive - remarkably welL
They will not cause scours as grain feed
docs, and tend to keep the appetite reg
ular. As a food for horses in winter time.
the potato posses rare qualities as a reg
ulator; they may be given once or twice
week, say, in messes of a few quarts.
or hogs, they should be boiled, mash
ed and mixed in the swill barrel with
kitchen slops and milk, with a liberal
quantity of wheat bran or corn meal
added. This makes one of the cheap
been es' M well as one of the best early feeds
for swine, and puts them in a healthy
and thriving condition for fattening,
and wonderfiiilv avpa in rnrV mflVino-
when compared" with other feed alone.
potatoes are profitable as a spring
teed for sheep, and especially for ewer.
raising lambs: they give strength,
health and appetite, and produce milk
abundantly. Por sheep they should be
cut and fed raw once a day. One of the
best methods is to cut fine and mix with
hSitote to 1 dce thTJ
wheat bran or ground oats. - Asa choice
for breeding ewes in summer, we would
prefer to have fifty per cent of the old
potatoes, by weight, than to have the
whole amount either oats or com.
Potatoes boiled, mashed, and mixed
with corn-meaL and fed hot are excel
lent for chickens in winter. We know
poultry dealer, who always uses this
mixture, and for health of fowls and
production of eggs, no henery, to our
Knowledge excels ins, according to the
numberof chickens kept Onto f armer.
The North German Gazette comments
the numerous letters written by cap
tured 1 rench omcers to .Belgian newspa
pers, vindicating themselves from the
accusations of the Prussians or those of
their own colleagues, as a remarkable
proof how profoundly the discipline of
r rencu army must be shattered.
Subalterns and privates, moreover do
manders as traitors. When the Olliver
Ministry disclosed the fact thatOOO
soldiers voted "nou " in the Plebiscite
could scarcely have realized all the
consequences, for if the army were
permitted in this way openly to censure
their supreme commander, the Emper
or, why should . the French soldier
scruple to criticise his officers and Gen
erals I , -
A company of French prisoners on
arriving at Koslin found flags flying
from the house tops and hanging from
windows : triumphal arches of ever
green spanning the streets, and the citi
zens all abroad, dressed in their best,
with faces beaming with smiles.
Koslin belongs to Polish Germany, and
French captives at onoe jumped to
conclusion that all these public
demonstrations were in honor of their
arrival and evidences of the sympathies
taie Polish residents' with France.
they passed along, they responded to
cheers of the people with shouts of
Vive la France!" but there were some
faces among them, when they were
politely informed tiiat this was out of
order, as the f .Ul of Strasbourg was be
ing celebrated. .
The Rewards of Authorship.
The time has gone when it is consid
ered ignoble for an author to accept re
wards for the creations of his genius,
and with the great rush of men in this
country toward things material, litera
ture has come to have a commercial
Advocates of a strict bread-and-butter
philosophy in all other things, those
Americans who have chosen literature as
a profession have not disdained to swell
their bank accounts, or to live in marble
houses. Authorship in this country has
been in the main successful. In passing
in review the names of our most distin
guished writers, it will be seen that few
of them suffer from the goad of poverty.
Bayard Taylor, a gentleman of no educa
tion, as we understand education, who
commenced life as few now would or could
commence it, has accumulated within
the past twenty years a considerable
fortune, and lives in comfortable ele
gance. Dr. Holland, a bankrupt coun
try physician turned editor, and not very
successful at that, has sold enough of
bis social platitudes, and delivered lec
tures enough to become rich, and lives
in a mansion which is the wonder of the
country people for miles around. He is
supposed to receive from lectures and
writing from $20,000 to $30,000 in
a year. . "William Cullen Bryant, who
may justly do called both author, poet.
and editor, is worth half a million, owns
two country seats, and,, if he chose,
could drive as fine a turn-out as Jim
Fisk. Mr. Bancroft,' the historian,
now Minister at Berlin, is rated
at 1100,000, and the copyright on his
works is of great and constantly increas
ing value, ihe Uoston authors, Long
fellow and Holmes, are both rich, and
live in elegance. Lowell, Emerson and
Whittier, although not as wealthy, have
long since driven the wolf from the
door. Ik. Marvel has an inoome equal
to that of the President The genial
Uigginson rates way up in the thou
sands. Of minor writers, Gail Hamil
ton is said to be rich enough to have
husband (100,000). Miss Alcott and
Miss Phelps are now able to get on in
the world alone, $80,000, each. Mark
Twain was rich enough before his father-
in-law died, and now we fear he is too
rich to write for bread or fame. James
Parton says he makes $5,000 a year, and
Steedman, Fanny Fern, and others make
Among editors are to be found men
having some of the largest incomes in
the country. , Numerous as are the
wrecks in the sea of journalism, the
successful men have been eminently
suocessfuL James Gordon Bennett is
three times a millionaire, and clears a
thousand dollars every twenty-four
hours. Bryant and Parke, Godwin, of
the Evening Post, are both very wealthy.
EL Greeley is worth $100,000, and might
have been worth ten times that sum.
Mauton Marble, at thirty-five, is very
ncn. juosi oi me otuer mew xorK ecu
tors are rich. Sam. Bowles, of Spring-
field, has a large competence. So has
Murat Halstead of the Cincinnati Com
But no young man will act wisely
who in these days shall enter, unaided
and poor, upon journalism, with the
hope of speedily, or at any time, com
ing to such a fortune as this. Men who
have been so successful in journalism
have the abilities which would have fit
ted them for success in other depart
ments of me. in a commercial sense.
journalism and authorship are reasona
ble successes; but those looking about
for a career in life will do well seriously
to reflect before choosing either of those
professions. The prizes are . great and
dazzling, and they are well calculated to
blind the eyes to the hundreds of piti
ble hacks who are scribbling for bread.
and in whose hearts the hope of fame or
wealth has died out
The Ruin in Strasbourg.
The following letter was received from
gentleman who, after several years'
residence in the United States, has gone
. , m 1 11
into ousiness ru Dtrasoourg. ana nas
passed through the phases of its recent
siege by the Prussians. No comment is
necessary it speaks all for itself
Strasbofbo, Oct 20. Not intending
to dwell on the unfortunate events that
have taken place in France since the
date of my last letter, as they are un
doubtedly sumciently known to you
through the columns of the Sun, I will
try to give a true account of the terrible
bombardment our unhappy city had to
undergo, it was the lUth or 12th
of August when the Prussian and Baden
soldiers commenoed their firing against
the ramparts, : leniently ' in the be
ginning, but increasing every day in
measure as they could bring up their
heavy seige guns. Bnt on the nights of
the 21th and 25th of August, bombs
filled with ignitible material some say
petroleum were thrown into the place.
Whatever it may have been, it had the
desired effect, which was disastrous to
the Alsatian metropolis. A sheet of
names seeemed to be spread over it
from rampart to rampart, while bombs
and bullets were raining down as thick
The screams of women and children
flying from their burning homes, the
noise produced by the falling of the
honses and th burstmg of ehelliL the
cries of the helpless wounded and dy
ing, are sounds I shall never forget dar
ing my lifetime. The fire was of snch
extent that it could be seen forty miles
the round, as I am informed b y in
. ' , ,
nauiuwis 01 me country on Dotn sides 1
the Rhine. Thusw. were treated by
. . - v 1
They think it an easy task to convert
rencn patriots into submissive subjects
King Orapeshooter. The future win
show how far they are mistaken. Our
sympathies will always gravitate toward
the great and generous nation which is
spilling her last heart-blood for the pre
servation of our independence. Ger
mans who were boasting to fight for
freedom and the integrity of the father
land trample to-day on the first and
most essential principle of liberty the
will of the people of Alsace and Lor
raine. The most beautifnl metropolis
.... . .....
me giope may pernaps be destroyed,
because .trance refuses to give up for
ever ner truest cnildren to the oppres
sion 01 a man wno nas always disregard
ed popular suffrafre.
Returning; to the sietre. there remains
little more to be said. Thousands of
people were hiding themselves in the
egouis" 01 tue Uroglie and the ttue des
Tanneurs. Salt" provisions and bread
were our subsistence. . After seven long
weeks of deprivation and constant fear
tne lrvesof those dear to us, we had
surrender in order to save the city
from utter destruction. On the 28th of
September our spike-helmeted friends
entered the fortress to view their work.
About one-third of the city is a heap of
Two thousand civilians are killed or
wounded, and ten thousand inhabitants
without a home. Prussification has
already commenced by translating the
rench names of streets into German.
the present all our hopes concen
trate in the expectation of again seeing.
sooner or later, wave from the ancient
cathedral the glorious tri -color instead
the detested black, white and red.
A letter from Versailles in the Staats
Anzeiger describes a fete champetre re
cently got up by the officers stationed
Arnouville, in Count Choisevl's pic
turesque park. A theatre was erected
the open air, and patriotic plays were
performed, spiced with political allu
sions to the present war. Napoleon
introduced as payinsr his addresses
the Virgin Germania, a damsel nix
high. Before she could reply .to
offer two grenades were launched
SL Denis aud exploded near the
bat everybody beinsr accustomed
such interruptions the piece proceed-
ana me omcers ana privates enjoyed
A FRAGRANT TOPIC.
The eabtle win which reside in aaaa? plant
and (rnha la ao evanescent ta Ha character a to nave
aanoss oened the efforts of caemJete, an til very t
osntly, to aupiaEBi it in aay foreign medium. Tb
rei aeeret wttn eaenttnc men to extract the aro
matic principle from flowers and fruit, and with tt
nrehem spirit or 7rnpa ao that permanence
of quality, a facility of use, and a perfection of
the onigoe odor ' each may be given to artiolea
wnjnn can oa nana tn the eoadoir, the kitchen,
or the dlepraaary. In aneient time the actual
plant or fruit dried, ira a ehumy onotriTanea by
whioh a faded eemblanosto the freah aroma could be
obtained. In the culinary department, many plana
W'ie adopted to gtre a flavor to fine pantry and made
dtebea by braising, mincing, grinding or grating the
eoarae materiah containing the reqnlaite xeat, which
might pleaae the palate of an epicure. AH thaw
method haTepaeaed away, and in the celebrated arti-
OMe prepared by Joaeph Burnett, of Boeton, wa have
all the delicate odor, aromatic flarom and apicy quali
ties of the flower, frulta and vegetable o concen
trated and preaerred aa to aecure the eraneaeent and
anbule partirle in a permanent and handy form,
neither deteriorated tn etrength or dinrinbibed in
Kngency, but retaining the exact qualltla of
I original m their priatine vigor For nearly
a quarter of century tbla gentleman ha
bean engaged in toe arienUAe manufacture of
Flavoring Extracts, Ooeoalne for the hair, KaDia.
ton for the complexion, Fkvimel and Cologne Water
and the rarest kinds of deUoate perfnmery for the
handkerchief; and his sneeea in this difficult branch
of chemical research baa been very remarkable. Tne
daintiest flavor which passes over the sense of taste
baa been eangbt by him and terprieooed for tmc.
There 1 a refinement about Burnett Flavortna- Ex-
traota and Touet Preparations which we nave failed to
discover elsewhere, and that eoarse aleoboUo eeent
and tnuuugi uoua combination, which are too fre
quently present in the common preparationa, la lost
sight of entirely.
Mr. Burnett is on of the leading eftlssns of Bos
ton, a man given to Intellectual awsociatinna, and in
that dry hold a prominent position, which a long
coarse of honorable trading has obtained and de-
We cannot conclude this (light sketch of a cele
brated leading house of the East, without devoting a
paragraph to Mr. Lyman D. Morse, who for msny
years haa been actively engaged in building up this
immense business, traveling in it interests a full
half score of year, and byhis gentlsuisnly deport
ment seom lag hosts of personal friends, and kmg
lists of permanent enstoraers. In that bouse which
he has ao well represented be haa now a vital interest,
and the business of Joseph Burnett hss much to gain
from having associated with it ao highly estimable a
gtsitlrman. Davenport (Iowa) Democrat
rich in embellishm
Orm Toroo Folks for December in-one of the
handsomest and most entertaining that has vet
been itemed of thin excellent periodical. The
Freed Children in Virginia, A Boy's Visit to
Pompefi, and How to Draw, all illustrated, are
instructive and very entertaining. The story
of We Girls is eon tinned, and there are beside
several other tones and two or three poems.
The department of Tonne Contributors, The
Evening Lamp and Letter Box will keep the
little eves and heads bney for many an evening.
The magazine for 1871 will contain a serial
story by J. T. Towhridge. and several new and
Interesting features. Fields, Osgood A Co.,
Evbbt 8iTCVDAT. for November 26th. eon
tains portraits: of Prince Frederick Charles of
rmssia, ana of uen. Jnrbala 01 France.
There is also a splendid two page engraving of
the Palace of Versailles. Election boenes in
New York ire spirited in design and well erecn-
ted. imck Snooting in the Chesapeake, Hcenea
in Strasbourg after the Bombardment, and at
the Chateau Hendon, complete the illnstrso
none. The reading matter is snch as will in
terest au reaaera. rerv Hamraav anonia nna
Ha way to every home. Fields, Osgood & Co.,
Oodets Laivs Book is the first of the Do-
to ranch oar table. It is
embellishments. "First Time of Ask
ing is a fine steel plate; then we have the usu
al steel plate title-page two elegant Christ
mas piotnres : "Remember the Poor, and
"Chrintmas Horning,'' a splendid Berlin wool
worked pattern, printed in a variety of colors ;
a six-figure colored fashion plate ; a large ex
tension sheet containing an innnmerable va
riety of dresses and articles for ladies in de
mand at the present time ; children's ill esses,
anrona. etc, eto. There is also a great variety
of use fid designs given in the work-department
Twt Atuvnc Sf outbxt presents a vert ex
cellent variety in its content for the dosing
month of the year. Ralph Keller gives ns The
Confessions of a Patent Medicine Man. John
6. Whirtier contribute an exnnisite poem, en
titled the Praver6eeker. Harriet Beecber
Stowe eonKnnea her Old town Fireside Stories.
L. Maria Child traces the Resemblances be
tween the Bnddhist and the Roman Catholic
Religion. Bavard Tavior's fine etorv of Jo
seph and Hi Friend is con tinned, with an in
crease in ita interest if that were possible. A
poem, by Lncy Larcom ; a Christmas story ;
another of Henry James' paners on Traveling
Companions. A Plea for Bilence, by H. T.
Tockerman ; Afoot in a Colorado Desert by
Stephen Power: Father Blnmhardt's Praverfol
Hotel: A Monogranh, by Ramet Phillips: In
dian Smnrner. by France L. Pratt; the Miracle
Plav of 1870 in ' Bethlehem, New Hampshire;
Flitting, bv W. D. HoweUs: A Virginian in New
England Thirty-five Tears Ago; John Ball at
Feed, by W. J. StUlman, and a very fnll review
Department eompletea the number. Fields, Os
good A Co.. Publishers, Boston.
A brilliant programme for the Atlantic next
year Ss published.
TnrpKmxnci Mra Admit its TJttlitt. No
attempt has ever been made or ever will be
mdae, to disguise the character of Plantation
Bitter. It contains alcohol ; and no bitters
that do not contain alcohol are worth a rush.
Water will neither preserve the virtues of tonic
vegetables nor render them active in the sys
tem. This is a chemical fact which no one
competent to deliver an opinion on the snbiect
wul deny. . Water tonic torn soar on the stom
ach, if thev are not soar to begin with, (which
is frequently the case.) and produce and pro
mote indigestion. Instead of curing it. Let it
therefore be distinctly understood that Planta
tion ratten is an alcohol restorative. Bat mark
this: it is strict hf a medicine, not a bever
age. It is to be taken tn limited c-nanbaee and
at stated times, like other remedies and anti
dotes, and therefore its use is in accordance
with temperance law, as well aa that "higher
law" which renders it incumbent upon every be
ing gifted with res son to resort to the beet pos-
stoie means or accompnaiung a salutary ena.
Ska Mom Faktttv from mire Irish Moss, for
Blanc Hangs, Paddings. Costards, Creams, Ac,
Ac The cheapest healthiest and most deh
cious food in the world.
Hon. Horace Hawes, of San Francis
co, recently conveyed, by a dee4 of
trust, a lot of land in tnat city, val?d
at 1150,000, upon which to erect a build
ing to be known ad the Chamber of In-
d,,.. The objoct of ingtitntion is
to prevent want by promoting industry
and protecting labor. Strangers will be
furnished with suitable employment.
and there will be a hall in which work
men may assemble to hear lectures and
, , ti. 1 ,1 .- k
leased to responsible parties until it has
produced suincient funds to meet tne
expense of putting up the buildings.
A RanxiuaaD. One or two -loses of Dr.
Henry's Boot and Plant Pitta, if iikeu in time,
will often prevent a serious atia sickness.
Nosi as is 1 km Hoasz Nan. Co., manofao-
tnrera of Patent Hammered Horse Mails.
Office 68 West Van Buren street. Factory 66 to
west Van iiaren street, oorner Clinton street,
Best Oinu-ralrtt Fnaa...
Sheep Fair to Prune
Flora Frtra Weatera...
WHEAT No. 1 OprllUT ... ...........
Cork Western Mixed
... 7 a a T IT
(a m 1 00
... a a m au
... in Ala
. a A
n A a
... A tt
... 1 00 Aim
... M an MH 7
BTOca Cattlx Ornnrao
Sheep LiTeOood toChotos
Hnm i;boaoe .
LOU White Winter Extra..
Wheat Spruur. No. 1
Oobm IT a. 1. ... ...... .. ......... .... . . 1
Oats No. 1 ...,
FtASixr No. 3 ,
PoiiK Moss. Hew
... 60 A T OS
. a 50 t 00
1 7 Ata
.. S W (at S 00
.. 1 60 AlK
... too (A 7
.. I to a 4 as
.. m a
.. UO (4 t to
.. 4 a t to
a 1 05
.. las gis
.. My ea
.. a to aa 00
.. U)tA w
DOS Ll ........... ... . . .. .... . . . . .
Wheat Red .
Poek Meaa......... ......
. I m ATS
.. t SO AIM
.. 1 SO A 4 uu
.. t X All
.. 1 17 A 1 18
46 m 4
A 1 IS
Cattle Choice ,
Good to Print..
Hoos Lire ....,
Rheep Oood to Choice
Ftxius f.;nrlnx X a.
WHEAT Bo. 1 Bed
.. 4 00
.. 1 00
A T SO
A 1 Sift
A M '
Fair Oradea ,
STOCX OaTTXX Comaioa
Sheep Lire Goad to Cbotea....
Flocb White Winter Extra. ,
WaXAT Spriac. Sa 1
So, J .
... tiu A 00
... I SO A t 00
... aw A 1 00
... ) All
... i 7a 1S
... 00 A 4 00
... - 34 A
... 7 A t SS
... t 06 AIM
... 1 07 A 1 IH
1 UV4 1 0t
... A 4
.. M3A it
7 WS-mnfj .j-topryr
r'j---rr :J.-z.i, , ii - . . . . j limi
WATER CURE ESTABLISHMENT AND PERMANENT CURE COMBINED,
at all waion of tba rear.
The climate to winter is mild and safe for deUoate cowtltutone.
;-rtr 1 it 11 in
' m BBS1 BP B
THREE GRAND CAPITAL PRIZES!
One Cah PHxe........... $ 10,000 in Goldf
One Cash Prize $10,00Q in Silver!
One Cash Prize $10,000 in Greenbacks I
L. D. SITJE'S
Of Christmas and New Year's Gifts!
Single Tickets, $?; 6 Tickets, $10; 12 Tickets, $20; 25 Tickets, $40.
Agents Wauled to Sell Tickets, to whom Liberal
' Premiums will be paid.
A circular rrmtfrinrno a txmplele I.itt nf Prim and a Jew ivtion of the manner
0 droirtno, trill 6s tent to any one orderwy it.
JxU tsucr Wliut oe uuurcmsev ;
I. D. SINE, Box 86, Cincinnati, O.
I JX ooJ for the Million.
BXAraiT A QE.cg;
HiSD or those about
terlea and revelations of the asms! ajrsfnn with tn
uuv ms is footieuis' ana ineiseilii off-
ThM ta aa lsteraatln- work at twe asndred and Isuu-
j iriwr wwM, witn nomeroo ewrfreTtn-, and e&atalas
vaiaaoie in foresail o tot UkM who are Blamed r eoa
tempUte marrian; still It is a book that oosht to be
nnder lock and aoj, and sat laid caraleaab; aboot lha
Sent to any oa (free of ooataae) for Tlftr Conta.
no. a a. aisoi St,
AHdrM Iff Hni
t7Ntre tm the AflllrtM ud Tnfortwnmi,
Dnoiw mppijinjr to cue notorious
tfae la pQblic paper, or maia mar
pern Dr. Batt work, no matter what Toaz diaeaaa la
or tvow dephmbl roar aoBdltkia.
Dr. Bmta oaa ba ooasoltad, parannallr or by mail, on
odlaaaaaa moatioatMl ia his works. Orflca, No. li X.
Eighth St., bet. Mark and Cheitant, St. Loota, Mo.
OK1CT8 WANTED FOR
Ineladhi fahood, Wonuuihsod, as4 their arataa!
TSf SXiJA"Sr' """l power. .; bj Frof. O.
KrunLKR. Send loretrenlara and speebnen paa-s of
he work. Address Katiosal Pcbushikv Co., Phil,
dphia, Pa ; Chieaco, UL ; CmcinnaH, u ; or SLLoeJa,
GETTDTG UP CLUBS. '
GREAT SAVING to CONSUMERS
Fartie eaooire how to est np dub. Oar aaswer la
d l,. P ut' Clnh form will aeoampaarU
with rail dlreoOona, makins a larae amiiia- to ooaanov
rs aad raaaaaarettsB to Cioh orsaaiaara.
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA CO
31 and 33 Yesey Street,
P O. BaxSao.
Kervoos debility, with ita gloomy attendants
low spirits, depression. Involuntary emissions,
loss of semen, spermatorrhoea, loss of power,
dizzy head, lose of memory, and threatened
impotence and imbecility, find a sovereign core
in Humphrey's Homeopathic Specific 2io. twenty-eight.
Composed of the most valuable,
mild and potent Curatives, they strike at once
at the root of the matter, tone ap the system,
arrest the discharges, and impart vigor and en
ergy, life and vitality to the entire man. They
have cored thousands of oases. Price C5 per
Sackage of five boxes and a large vial ef pow
er, worth $2.00, which is very important in
obstinate or old eases, or ftl ner sunrle box.
Sold by all druggists, and sent by mail on re
ceipt ol price. Address Humphrey s UpeciOe
Homeopathic Medicine Co., 662 Broad war, New
York. Wholesale Agent Bumham's i Van
Schaack, H mi bnt Edsall, Chicago. Ills.:
Jenke A Gordon, St. Paul, Minn.; Brown, Web
ber Graham, St. Louis, Ho.; Farrand, Shelev
ot to., isstroit, xico.
CHAPPED HAND8. Face, Bough Skin, Pim
ples, Ringworm, Salt Bheum, and all other en
ianeous affections cured, and the Skin made
oft and smooth, bv rising the Jnniper Tar
Soap, made by CASWELL, HAZARD CO.,
New York. It is more convenient and easily
applied than any other remedies, avoiding the
trouble oi tne greasy compounds now in use.
Sola by au druggists.
Saubxxs and others wishing profitable em-1
plovment will do well to notice the advertise-1
ment of S. W. Kennedv, of Philadelphia. This
is a reliable and liberal house.
To I Tr ALTOS See engraving and advertise
ment of Doctor Shepard's Water Core Estab
lishment, in tais paper.
Jsnrc A ArjfTXt, Importers and dealers in
Artists Materials, and leading Fresco Painters I
of the west, M and South Clark street.
Hrsxsrr A Edsaix'b, leading wholesale I
druggists of the Northwest, corner Lake street
and n abash avenue, Chicago.
Be advertisement of Dr. Butts' Dispensarv.
headed. Book for the Million Mabbiaos Guide
in another oolomn. it anould be read by all.
Laclede Hotel, Chicago, 92.00 per day.
(none oeuer,) corner aiaaisoa ana uanai sts.
Tho adTOrHaar. liaTtrisT bofrn permaBenttr cvrad of
that draadad di-wiaa. Cotaaoinption. by a atmpla remi"dy,
anTtoni to make Known to bis fellow nuff-rer t' o
To ail who ana re It, be will aend a onpy
meana of ears.
the intlini aaed Ifree of eharsel.
dlreetkma for areoariria and naina tne aarne. which
they will find a ICRS Cubs roa CoKacxmuK,
Asthbia, DRonoaru, mo.
nruss wauiuar toe 01 mpaon win pieaas aaaress
Kev. kusaku A. w ii.no:,
Mt Soota Seooad atxeM, WiIliAimbarEh, X. T.
Am Old Friend.
For ajBur year the fin of the eonntry has
onronialed the baneVlal effeot of Hoetettert
Stomach Bitters. Bdttora, strihors, phrHdane,
meronanta, offioora ef th amaj and navy, ohom-
Ista, oaojaauora, rnlnlaters ef tb Oospel, in short,
freat oaowt of wltuesse of every profeasioB,
trad and calling, have testified to Us efficacy aa a
tonic and regnlatnuj- mdietne. Tb name
statemonta of those aluiessat have been pub
lished in the pnbbs print, Kany of them are well
known le the whota paabe. Their testiraony has
aevar been rhalWijfed or lmprigned. This
' OLD TBIIND
bona tried and onnancot1, en the aathority
thoae whose Uvea and health tt baa prassi
pare, harmleaa and eminently salntary prepara-
a. Attempt nave been made to rival K. They
retailed. There hi nothing equal to the enjoy
ment experienced by the afflicted when using this
aaUe specific. It mild tone, ita sore and Tlg-
orona action trpoa a disordered stomach, and the
TTjr-r of the antirshanua body, recommend
to the whola onmmnnily a a RELIABLE
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
AGIrrtFMANwhomffereti for rears from Nerr
oas IebUtt. Pretaatvre IWar. and all tha tfltU
romnrui moiscrerKm, win. ior me tat or aavTer
ttfur humanity, send fro to all who need H the recipe
direction (or it the simile remedy by which
hewiiewii &affern wiahinjt to profit by theadrer
expeneace, can oo ao nj aivmnnx, n penaot
If o. t2 Cedar street. New York.
JOB MOSES' ..
James Clark's Female Fills.
These tnralaable Pills are nnfailhir to the crrre of all
painful aad danr-mxis dipx-rs to which the
female eoaititwttoa tsnbiect. 'fber moderate all ex.
and remose all ob-itrnet ioni Jnm m hatever cause.
TO 91ARRIED LADIES
are partlcnJaiiy mitM. They will In a short time
00 me noniniy penoa wiia recnisnrT; art,
alttvrairh Teiar nnwerful. eenMln no4blnn tiortnl to the
coastitation. In all eases of rroas and Stsinal Affes
Pains hi the Back aad Lsimha, Fatigue on aligrbt
ralnttarlon ot the Heart, HyHtenrs and
Whites. they will effect a en re when all other means
i iaiieo. mepampniet aroann eaen pacaAire r.
directions and ad rice, or will be sent free to
wrtti&t for it, soaled from observation.
Job Moses Sir .Ti-aes Clarke's Fern ate Pills are ex-
tenlTB,r VontTrrrrtTTD. The irniiine have tne name i
"JOB MOSa1 on each twekase. All othera are i
leaeam ... I
B. In all rae where the QkhvI cannot be ob
ttoe Uoiiar, wire fifteen oenrs tot posran.
iloaoa totne sole proprietor, JJB ir tr.o. is ioru
it street, i"ew lont, win inare a ooirte ot tne icen-
onntaininc Fifty Pill-, by
frorn any knowiedes oa its oooioaU.
HOLIDAY JOURla'AL for
rontaias a fbriatmaa Vtorr,
sBaru, ovr. t e pacos uiusrniea.
on rrcetpt of one stamp for pnataca.
AUA.un v ru. raaitsuers, uoeioa.
T ANTFD-AC KNTt.-To sell Lisdoo'. 1$ f.at
TfW Mt sellins articieii In the wrftf. S:nd one do'lar ,
a. t. ircaiar rras. k. h. labuu.i, Aaent,
Madiaoa suwat, Chicaso, I1L
YrOrNG NKS aad etbera saffertnc from th. mto
eriea ef earlr error, ean.ina-dbilitj, Ao, for a eure
asesasof ears aadreaa box M, Ctiicinnati, O 9
WWTA!Tnrj Reliable nea te Bill mossy hi th
V v qniet. nr parcicojara ana pne ast, aaaresa r.
O. Boi 963. Chicago.
Bettor, freshar ana eb'Mr thaa mar In the Wast.
And fnr prkM befor 191 ui Uw!m. Coraar a
Macuua ana IMtvrponi, C .-vkp,
LANDS IX SOUTHWEST MISSOURI.
The Atlantic A raciflo EaUroad
(Embrarina- 1st. Sooth Paeitei hav for sal ljnO.MH
acres of best qoalltj. Intyf orr-lH, oheap. For oardew-
aua, 10 panipoieca, applj Co A.u 1 LLa. LAna uocs.
tiuc&lunor, - O- aa walnnt atreet, Bt. Ijooia. Ma.
flUHJOSITY. A U W. and a (O.) bill sent as a
anriositv for a& eanu. H C Jl.S W1H 7 Otia
25 Cent for
$1' Holiday Distribution J
1 PIA50S HE1ODE0SS,
TCBES, JE WELJtY, c,
TAirED at rnso.eoa.
Every article disposed of on the
?1 plan, and not to be paid for nntll
7." .now what von are to receive.
Curl Hn..i.. .....i ..i .
. . ;- im i in-ninra sent on
PACKARD A CO., jV,J
58 VT. Foath St., Cincinnati, O. '"31
contaioa la arrj avinbor oaa eom-
Dlata Diixa atorv T&lavt at 100.
daolers at 10 trwn or eour. KrUeTMiid Prmntama. 500
eaah to ba awardtMl fnr prtM claba. Splmaai aopy
iraa. Aooro. sk s. v uuu, AawDarr- I-
- - 617 St. Charles f4t. ..
W Olf OER liOCATZD in St. Lonia than am Chroe
I A ie PhrticiAn. so ancesafalir treats 61mple an-fl
Complicateti Veaereai Disesaea aa to brine Patieot-4
rrm every state, uia D09pttalopDortaaillea,aurtH
time eTprtiertee with pare dnurs pteparBd in taoJ
eatabliahnMDt. ears case given up hj othera, ac
matter who failed ; tell roar private trouble. Coa
oltatioB free. Rend two itampa for medical eaaara
Manhood. Wowashood. sent br mail. 16 eeet
each, both for 9a eenta, 100 pacea. All that the ran I
oa9.aoabtfnl orinoalsiriTe wish to Enowabont them's
siTss, rnarriairs, ae. Erery yonna an and woman!
mg-ht to read it aa a warnina. The nerrooa, debiil-i
IMPERIAL GUI !
mm? prrREstT distiujition ta A
B lea. Kanal to tha best Imunad. aA less than nmn
nau wa pnoe.
aTKKT . SHCFELDTdtrn,
6 fc 5 .Seatli Water 8U, Chlcaro.
Agents . Wanted.
I want a local aireiii In ttt tow m4
rllljar in the onntrt to emuwam for th
U FTERN WOKliD. A Afmffnfa-
a vrerj iaoMiiair. rav t-a 10 t iu can t
asily mida in an eTetunx. Liberal eil
ommiaakm allfrwvd. Head Stamp lor
specimen) and friz? Clrrtiiar.
JAM3 B. KXaUOTT. fiMlca, Haas.
am r . w m- 1
Wo Drywd?r. No daBat !. No oxhmm. A BBiaina aria
tol, diachanred by om prated air, with tmr or ktm
mroo. aa maj ptaae me opermaor. raey are aairoaainc.
doiair awaj witb all oaaplieatd caaixns apparauaa,
irr caoaoie oi Deinc aitcaanraa mx timea per
te Rabbit, antiirreia, blrda aad all kinds at cam
hit wtih thii pistol as well as tbotajrh pnwder and a iras
wvre nseo. 1 oa beam t mi tanret wolcn accompanies
:a. famish a fsVMcuiattns; and novel parlor fame,
ich la raitadlY armiiunaT fnvor twriihsft. Tmn mim nd
barba are sent with esn nistx4--oe (or th parior target
came, the other for oat-door sport, eto. It can be as
with perfeot ea aad safety by tihildren. No family
should be withoat (me. Kuralv trvmrr hm writ? hWv nna
Price oolytljft. Send taooey in a well wiaied letter. Wo
Kill send the nis.ol tn arrv P O au1HrvM tn Amewia-aa.
Thonsanda are srlllna daily. Frery man and tVtyahooJd
hare one. Address B. 8TANWOOi k CO, Portlaad,
DON'T WASTE TIME AND LABOR
8e4 91M to LTPPTN
send a tip-toi
asinar ajs an alrl Ave.
srlmiioa- will thoa be aarad.
COTT k BAKKWELL. Pittsbnrsh. Pa., and tber will
Axe. r.xpre-t9a-s paid. iiAll a daj loet la
C.EXTH AND CAWASSEIW address with
i atarap the Acme Linen Marker Co.. 83 Barclay be,
f fnr (!irfrnlir KfiinnlMS And fnll OarticnlaTS of an
entirely new and lncenioQa little invention, fretaile for
lOT marKHajr ClO'OUUt. carus, C aitmmumJ W wMw.
uuna; tprtr inventea for tarn aai
A BRILLIANT, BEAUTIFUL
"lr intvtfrfitinjc book fa World ParTrona Worn-
by rraik H. laooartcn,
oi retar f artey.
nf it id errata wnni' on meei. witn uw
tinarnished women frnrn ZcwMa to Victoria
genie. Prospectna hook now ready book soon. A trniy
solendid rift book of permanent historic vahia. Art ire
aarents, men or women, soooid state exiHfienoe and tar
i ritory wanted and write at once for cixeular.
wai. n. atuuKh. f n.( r'iDiiatnera,
m Pearl Si, iWlnnsti. a
11 CCMCU VVBUTCn
Bnaineas honorable. Mo competition, liberal pay
irea. S. W. Ilismi, 8 8. 4th St., PbiladeUihia.
r AUTRD A medieal stadetit at Ira-o, a lady
ww oraent a mechanic preferred- iViloe tirttuKi
Ait ertxWMU allowed stndent to defray expense of
hard Zand otfioe tutt ioa. Address O. & FKKNCH, P.
Boa 791, Chieaco, I1L -
5PTNT WAVfKn-fS-TB A MONTH) bv the
ilAT.ESVfE WANTFO. To sell rood.
ailKRK'AV K N ITTINIi 1IA HIV
fMU. maoo.. or a i . in, au
le at wholesale. W. will par a ealarr of TI
(i) per month aad i Rf.ivnce roeuirad.
HKSNKTT CO.. la W-i.lnoa Su Chieaso, lU. ' r.
TIME snrKFTS OP Yfll'TII rNVEH.HO
A medicAl Treaties of thirty-two pases, sent ppa
pid. oo reoeipt of two three cent potAw atamps.
Address M. B. LA OKiOX. Albanr, N. Y. I
WII I.IAW VATS NAMKR A4 I will mv-
.7oaVoAa2roA. OBoTtl 1 S
THF HaUonal Pietorlal haa Finest Wasrrmriea,
Be Storlea, and ia Freeh and Sparkiin. Speo
tanenalre. Aeau wanted rrrry wbprv. Ad
inm, DOLLAR FARMER,
' ' ' ShelbrrtlleTkr.
Chapped Hands and Face, Sore Up
care, y rrraio I. arc, iirar-aiaaa l ammmar
wito uiTcrnar. nia nr uraxt
rawlpt a( 30c. alrffeuuua ob Caa ?. Y
COySOTPTIOX, SCBOFCt A, t.
HEIiE.M. Oenaine COf T.ITEK OIL.
Warranted PUKK aad toe BEST KEIf EC? iaoaa.
THE BEST FR0X TOXIC HEGE-
MAN'S FERRATED EI.TXIR OF BAKK.
Racomn) ended by Ul most eminent Phyatdaaa.
Buy Me and I'll Co. Ton Good
ROOT & PLANT
By eieaaairaa; th Blood and aomctnc tha
Lirar snd rt-retJYe oncavns to a healtiiy ac
tAob), theas PUla care many entnplainta which
it would sit be supposed they conld reach,
mch as Hr ada"hf. Pan m mc 8mt,
PincB!Ra or tub H ati aw d Pxit. Ipix.
!T&a, CHlXLTirirHj-, RrTrtjjf atikm. NFraAi.
oiA, LO"s or APPKTtTt, Bixiors Dtstic
txrt, Kid'tt A FTyrnoFa, CojfrrTP4Tioii,
Dkhiutt, Krvyps or AtxiniM, DTarrp
tlA, J AU DfGK, and other kind r1 oom paauita
ariainc from a low it ate of the bodroroav
strwetroaa of Its ftutetinna. Beinc free from
MTTiTyor other poisons, they easi be taken
at all times aad ander all etron mtancea,wltiv
ont recartj to diwt or hoaia.
Price Sft Centa a Box. Prenare4 by the
Grafton Medicine Co., St. Loins, Ma
bold by drttjEgicte aad dealers in madldae
, avaxi e hern.
FRANK MILLER S
la new style Cans, aeat aad eonreoiaoi.
Preserve Leather !
Zeep Your Feet Dry !
OIL BLACKJ G, 30 wears In aaarket.
Sold br rstall mtyi iobbioc noasee eieijwusis.
Fraak Miller eV Co, Is Cedar at H. T.
$25 A WEEK SALARY!
Toaaa; ates wanted a local aad tra-
B Harness iixnt aoo aonornoie. 1 ni
bat a raallr valoabJe lilue machine.
hars bo ham has
t Addrss I with
WAXKEB, It Park Bow, Rew York.
.. attheeoly raaiartrthat
I lllalw It Is aaed br all lntlHot rby
Scium with anosraielled moctm.
, saw am AW, It wUI StimnlAte and Unvrera tne
rill I I I II AppBVp. btrcacthen Ue Ortrana
ki H I I tm Xof Dlsestion, and tW U
' 91JOQ per Baotle. Bold hr all Draccista.
mmA Cn ear If Mm TrMtiss. ermtahltlia th latust
Seieatine aad Aeeurate lBformaUoo oa the Immediate
Ceoae ami 6uedhe Treatroeot 0 CoBsamptioa, Sorefa.
Noo and General Debility. This valuabM
Traatms will h lorwarded Ire to all or ddreaun
J. WtNCUESTKK dc tO
(P. a Box 1430.
SO John fit., New York.
HOW TO GET PATENTS
Twm.I WItTPT.r"KT In a PamDhlot of MS
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PATEXTS-tJtkea More Patents, and saamlssd
.'I ore jsvertlioos. wan mv uu.
Aachct. bead aketca aad dascripUoa
SHOvT! now TO DOtTBLB the Prewtaef
the Farm, d how fArmers and their sons can
mmko to rr.R MO.Y1H ia Wiater. HUM enplea
bs Bkailed free ro farmers. Mend name and ad-ireaa
MtlGL&H MoCCKDl'. Cinctanarl. Ohto,
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I CHINK. Haa the mtder fctd, maiiee the "tors
miitA." ( alike oa both sides) and la SV I lit-L
The best and ebeapeat faaxilf Sewaa Machtna ia
tha market. Adiiret
Boston, Maav, Pittabartn, Pa., Caieacu, I1L, or
Loaia, Mo. ...
YTPHATPM PKP1I.ATORY POWnrrR.-.
I moTni 5'Htcrb utMj hAir in nve minatea. witooat
to the akin. Sent by mall far LJi.
UPHAM'S ASTHMA CURE
ltevee moat tirlair uwoijwu in &e tn inn tea, aad
a speedy core. Price $2 by mail. -
THE JAPANESE HAIR STAIN
tb wi)Jke aad hair a beantlfni black or
BBOWK. Iteooaistsof oury one prepani'ion. Ta eeats
bymalL Addreaa A. O. UPH AM, No. 731 Jayne street-
fniiadeiphia, r"a. uironJan seat free. &oia oy ail
A teaciu riearipeper aays with trwt,
i "in loTwr
ne antei laian Nn V
r hd furnished
"If mk. inti
with a eeor at the -STAR ffKSi.l.H
1 1-. li." frels atsd as tt la witb real. Essoin, wit.
and fun. what peals nl laachter woaM bar re-
ssandad over toe drearr wast, of waters aa
patriarch mart from It. mirth infrtne r-re
eeBUaraar. styB'H. ttlrir. A i; "--"
Addrsss . , blASoPAJioLElBAWBWj
FREE TO BOOK AGENTS.
will -id a bandsoaM Prownsetos of oar V. m.
njiiwtiif SmmiI Bif". to anj Boos Asent. free M ehanra.
Address .NArinSAL PrBLiHIo 1J, Philadflpbia, Pa,
Chicago. I1L. Cioclnpari. Ohio, or St. Loots. Mo.
I U-ai-d fr A,.. fuLxaJ..4.Bnmd.1
I A PAY FOR Al.l Stenril Tool.
Anew aa a0 jobt ittasttea to srr FBCPalUr-
noH or ocwpocsD extbact buchu. t
onaaronsrU pans are BTJOHU LosolX, CtTBXM
JUBiyBB BEHSTX8. '. - "
atona or PaAAToa. Booha, is vacuo. Juni
per berries, bj stmAtic to form a no gia. Cobeba
xtracied bj- displaoecoont wtth rptrUa obtatnod from
Juniper Barries; varj Hula ssaar is wed, aoi a small
proportlOB of spirw. . a fm aaove aalatabla ibaa "f
bow ki as.
Bacha a prepared bjr frogit, 1 of a dark eater.
It k a plant thatamttalU fragraoee; ttm nemom of
aaae destrors Ud (Its acttve prtnorpfcs!Tinadark
and glultnoaa decoction. Wne i tbe color of hasr.
dieal. Tlai ilaitia tn aijpasjanlliin isnkiiiiliaa a
The amaOaat qoastit of tbe other atfTerflorti are
added to laewsil faiaamitsUiaa aaaaliMrpactloatt wlB.
a fcaad aot to fce a Ttoatara, g aside lm rtatnua
aopoa, aoriatt Srnrp and Lharafoia earn be aaed
In aaaea wImts f rror anoVinfiammatian exist. In aaar
70a have tha laesrlsdg of the lriTedleBai and tbe
aaoda of preparation.
Hoping that 70a win favor it with a fe-tal aad awt
apon tnepertloa it will mast wit yoar apprehaalf,
Wtah a f eelin of pna?rsaad ooafldaooa, . .
- ' I asa vasy nspeotroUy,
' H. T. HILltBOIA
Cbeflalst and Sraaaiat of 19 Tra Kxperkaoa,
Olsmarrs hi the
"I s raalated with Mr. S. T. Hslrabold; hor
enpied the Drag Star opposite mj reaidoo,andwas
badaotbeeaaosatlraobaforsBira. I at
vorabir impreassd with nk caanoaaraad
rtraa of FOwsrs m Wataituua, afaaTtfaotnThig
' lata, Ninth ana Browa -. rnlladsipaJa, '
B U C H U,
Tor weakness arWnt trora iaxiisoretara. Tha aa
hsaattd puasis of aTsln wbfch are acootrrpasied by
o many alanninf srmptoaaa, aaoong whioh Q be
tomnd bdarpaatskai to Exerttos, Less of Memorr,
aaaefiilinaa, Hoxror of IHaaass, or Torabodinf of
evil; to fact, Universal Lassitude, rroatrattoa, and
tnabUltj to anter into tbe snJOTmwnal of societ.
000 affotted with Oraanie Wurnaai, lenuhas the sat
ef Modlctn to strangihen and favigorate the sv !
whiah BFT.aTB0T.iV8 EXTRACT 0CHU icwariaN,
doss. If no treatment la submitted tn, Oomampafaei
or fnaaintv snanea, ." ' . :
Fluid Extract fo " Bnchu
ia effacUoaa pssnair to Iteales, m na squalled hp
any other prepanOen, aa ia ChlsroBla, or Pstanrlaa,
Tal 1 1 ruliiaaai. or Suppression of. CraEomarv 7aca.
aooaa, Cloaratsd at Sohlrms ScaU of th Utera, and
all oomplainta Indilsntal to the sax, or tbe rlssHws 0
oaange of life. ! .., .
Fluid Extract Buchu
IMPROVED ROSE WASH
wia radioale ilarajlaat froai tbe syatera
axiatng from habtai of dtarlrarlrin, at little 1
Little or no ehange In diet, ao bMonvenlsnea or aa
porars; eomplster lupsissdlng those unpleasant and
i1iiihism rsmnifsai, Coparra mi Marcaxv, ta
Fluid1 Extract' Buchu
all tUsfasps of these organs, whether sodstlng la aaasa
orfsmale; from wlialuisr eaaae ariginatinc, and ao
rnattar of bow lone staadlsg. Itari
nma odor, janasilHls" ia setlon, andi
eninf tbaa any of tb prepsratioBa of Bark or Iroa.
Those sniferiB( from brokea down or dehorns oaav
Utationa, proeare tbe remedy at one. .
- The render Blast be ewer that, however aUfSt mmy
ba la attack ef tbe above dHnan, tt is oertaim to
affsot th boditj heaUh and mental power.
All the above detenus roqntr tbe aid of a axoratla.
HZJJtBOLD'B EITUaCT BTJCHT7 ti th Oraat
- Sold by rrnggista ererywliere.
Price $U5 per Bottle, or 6 Bottles
for $6.50. Delivered to any address.
Describe Symptoms ia all commu
nications. - '
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H. T. HELHBOLD,
Drug and Chemical Warehouse,
594 Broadway, New, York.
STJITE AHI GaViniV5 unless done
in steel engraved wrapper, witb.
of my Cbemical Wars .
bouse, and signed
5 . H.T.HZLMBOLD.