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THE AFFLICTED !
A REMEDY POCIkD AT LAST I
It Will Cure Your Cough !
It TTQl I rent aud Cnre Consamptioo.
- Tfcnt f 'aaurli, wlifct, Ta are neff!cri may
refill t in filial onnmptt.a. if Mime
lrmpi KrmcfiT i. not avd. Why
&M.Titier Mnr WiV avhrij yoar
UiBcnJon be cr so
- ' qaiok, mitl tit to
atuaatl a ro.-a t
WUat i$ Ou Va'.rtc a Money When compared to IleaUK
Allen's Lung Balsam
H r -puit4 break nr the most trrmbloaoae Coach
ia an itr-KliWf hort tteie. TUoro ia no remedy th.it
ran show mar crtWcc of roai mocit tfisn this BAL
SAM for carta Cohoumiiok, Oocuh-, Coun,
. AsTHMv.Otorp, Ac,
It oTty aboat mrxen year ftinoe the Bxteun wan firtt
off "to-1 to the public ; and in thu a,w.r. time tt lws be
cwno known anfl apptrfiat-od in nearly every town and
iliace ttuvujraont U United State and the Ik-miit-ir-;
of fana... Hnndroda of thmwrnli of WH)C arc
1 utoHjr noiii, anritoan-tof witnc-aes teat ly to ita
neqia-lM iw;'r in healing the diwaaos that St is
rocummca'lod foe -
aAJlcn's Lun? Balsam
WHAT THE DOCTOES SAT.
Amoa Woolly, M. D.. ef Korrme Oo.. TnJ., aaya:
Foe thr rears pat Tharo used A Hen's Tab Ral
mm rxttnivHy ii wt practice, ami I am aihed
tare is no Irnfcr mHcino tor lima dtsoaaea In nac..
Iiac A. IVi-n, M. L., of Lncan Oo., O., snys:
" AHcn1! Ijinfe Hlanm ant onl eellft ra'ridlr, hot ,?ivoa
TTfct ail i Miction tn every caewttnin my knowtodfro.
H urine cotindonoe in it, an knowintr that it noei"ee
Taln.ibJo roediciu'tl ptthkjtI c, 1 frocly ne it in any
" daitr practice, and wia anbonnded eur-e-eee. Aa an
czpoetonnt. it ia moat certainly far- ahead of any
preparation I bare ercr yet known.
It is HonskeM to the moat Delicatt CMd !
IT CONTAINS NO OPIUM IN ANY FCRM
It ia HoiA by Sledidoe DeiUen GeaerallT !
Call for AI LtfTf? LOTf BKIA AM." and shwn tbe
v$ of any othor Balaam. Unprincipled men may de
cmts yvn witk wortoleM preparationa.
CALL FOR ALLEN'S LU.NQ BALSAM I
J. IT. HARRIS & CO., Proprietors,
ay Sold by all Medicine Dealers.
lziTostlg&tkm Is w aeeenat7 for iba prateettaa at
tbehmmo boy 3slnst d tsetse wtasn anbesltfar tn
flaeons are abroad, as baa armor and granite case
tnesta are for the protection at chips and fortream
. when nulled Vy shot asdshaB. Hence, it is deate
able ifben those potent enemies of TitaUtjt damp and
eold, pemde tbe air we breathe, to put the system in
the best possible eon'Jition to encounter them. The
stomach is an organ bj which another organ is nour
ished and sustained, and therefore upon its vigor
ous and regular action depends. In a great measure,
the capacity of the ytem to mint the assaults of the
invisible enemies of hoeRh and hfe, by which, at this
Inclement season, it la surrounded, Hostettor
Stomach Bitters, an admirable tooio and regulating
medicine for all season is never more needed than
in wmter, when the torpifying full nonce of be chilly
atmosphere effects an the Tital functions, and renders
tbe body extremely susceptible. By toning the
digestive organs, and the II tot, and the bowekt with
this unequalled vegetable specific, a physical eondi
'tion ia attained which seems to be proof against sll
varieties of temperature,' aad that inimical in the
air of winter. DefensiTS medication is a precaution
whioh sstould never be neglected when danger is
present, sad therefore acourse of the Bitters at this
season is particularly deairabkC especially for the
feeble and sickly. As a remedy for biliousness,
dyspepsia, nervousness, and bowel complaints, there
Is nothing eomparahle to this wholesome restoratiTe.
Sir James Clark's Female Pills.
These inrshubl- Pills ar trafaOln in the care of all
tboss painfnl mt diiium diseases - which tho
SPmftto cnntitaittofi i mthjct. Tory moderate all cx
esses aaa removs all oostracttoB3,tnHa wfcatorer
TO WAIURTED LADIES
Th'iT are particularly wittM. They wul in a ehort time
rrinjr oti the monthly period wis refnlsrity; and
r rwrrfui, ooDiJin rwihinr hnrtini te the
nlhlBackand Sg?fJt?i tSSi
Hons. Pain fn
ejerttoe. Palpitation of the Bout, Hysteria, and
. i ii oficv, a wv wi ':m mu oiner means
hTtv failrd. The pamphlet around each pack fan
wuLlo,Lr 1 - to
Job nW Sir James Cbrke's Female Pills are ex-
j i.,j..(. .
n. -in aii eases where toe tSEircnns eaimot be oh-
sined. onoDoUar, with the eft n cen' for no-'i,
enolnsod to the tolr proprtoor. JOB MOSES. IS Oort-
indt r. York.Vi;i in . hotu. ft,. VL
aioi, miniiM rvrj mis, hy return mail, secnrel
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a met, oithf Lot!iHl
tor of Wioniaa,
f or th tre'tntejDttjf
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' " o um-wv mas puouaoea
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AMsdieal Treatise in an tbe shore Tiees. sad the
Pr-yi J"1. rVejnaney, Conjoral Rin acd theeanws
.""Tir uuiiim aoinoa ana airoroes.ine!ndine Fe.
male and Venereal Diseases, and eonUmimr the enly re.
Tom Dehuity.Orsanie Weaktrara. 4c, a rutin from early
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for the married and those eontemplatinir marriase lM
Tn.ra.4nA n.u aj ten , .
roBt,of tiMs,-T,erTi. which is lew than the
. The MeuJcsl and Surgical Institute,
Omce Comer East Ware avnd Slasoa Streets
Chapped Hands and Face, Sore Lips,
.rt C.rtltl! Care. IieK-maaC'stirhr lee
srirh silTCrriae. Sold hy Dnursiste. g.jc. Kent by
v '"vt" " ucacaiaa vw X.
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Recommended by the moat eminent Pnysietans.
sor a SrTperior srtirle. r?d to t?0 per day and tie riftk.
Do yon want a aiinatioa as aaienaa at or near home,
to tatroisee onr nw 7-stnvsd Wlii t Wrr-F"rt I'Ut Krm
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Sample free. Addr Jlmtim Hirer tre Cz.. H Wil
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SPASMODIC ASTa.M -en rears taodin
cured. Addross J. W. BAILEY, Trsmont, fa..
Defensive Medication. FOR THE BOYS AND GIRLS.
THE FIRST TOOTH.
Come look at the dainty darling, "
As fresh aa a new blown, reee.
From the top of his bead so f olden
To the dear iitUe resiiens toes !
You can tell by the dancing dimples.
By the 'smiles that oome and go.
He is keeping a wonderful secret
You'd give half your t'"c-'-" to know.
Hnw kiss him on cheek and forebsal,
And kiss him on lip and chin ;
Tbe little red mouth is biding
The rirwt of iiearla itliin.
Abu see ! when the lipe, a smiling,
Have parted their tender red,
D j you see the Uuy white jewel
Apeep from its eorsl bed t
Now where are the sage reporters
Who wait try hamlet and hill
To tell the fastening nation
The new thai ita heart must thrill ?
Go, Uy with the w-irdirfitl messaKe
On the n ingii of the wind, In troth,
Joftt knif m raro!d thu morning.
And oh liltie pearly tooth !
CHILDREN IN JAPAN.
BY E. A. ERLACHER.
Tho little folks of that strancre coun
try do not have as much time for enjoy
ment in childhood as the children in
Europe and America. From the time
tlurt they are able to walk they are
forced to work in some way.
I have seen them often when about
four years old and just able to waddle
along the road, with their younger
brother or Bister on their back, much
the same as the Indian women carry
their children. Their parents being
poor, ana not auio to mre nurses, me
older children, whether boy or girl,
have to perform the duties that are gen
erally performed br the mothers or
nurses with us. The children will,
with this burden forced on them,
through weakness and carelessness,
freonenUv stumble and fall down : in
doing so they will awake their sleeping
companion, or pernap; onuse nun,
when both nurse and child" will cry
that being tbe balm that children all
the world over nse to cure their aches
and pains. But there they get little
sympathy or attention given them, eo
that there is very mue oi .
I hare seen parents who, not being
able through poverty to bring their
children up in the way they would like
them to go, dispose oi mem to parties
having means to do so. Although this
eeenu heartless and cruel, still in many
cases it is creatly to- the benefit of
tlirm tViev rwino tuken care of and
taught the trade or profession that is
bast adapted to them.
All persons are compelled by the
laws of the land to attend school until
they have attained sufficient knowlege
of their written and 6poken language,
so that all are at least able to read and
writo. Thev have their higher courses
and accomplishments as wo have the
learned man being as much esteemed
and respected as with us, they being
with the doctors the only classes of
men who wear their beards there; for
yon must remember that the beard is
not, and only a small portion of the
hair on the head is worn there. The
children at a very tendor age undergo
the shaving process that is, the
shaving of the head when they are four
months old they do so - believing it
will come out much stronger in growth
than if left as with us,
I watched a child who objected to
being used in this manner. The moth
er, to keep the child quiet, placed it in
a bath-tub, the water being up to the
poor little one's chin. In its struggles
to get awav, the water cot into its
month. So with a natural instinct that
it might getdrowned, it was with little
relieved of the few hairs that
had PTOWD On its head.
Alter boy Or girl IS five yeaXS Old
the hair is allowed to grow in this wise:
e tair on the top of the head of the
boy is shaved Off; the hair On the back
and tjp and forehead is then made in
to a cue and laid on the top of the
. . , ,
head. When a boy is fourteen years
f - . a, 1 , "... 41. 1 , j -
of the hair1 on the forehead IS
shaved off from thence he is consid
ered a man. The girls do not shave
bat little after they are trrown. only
spot on the fore part of the head abtftit
an inch square. When the girl
is - married. tbe Hair is al
lowed to grow. She then shaves off
her eyebrows and blacks her teeth,
which gives the married woman a hid
eous aPDearanoe. ne Darbera are in
great demand, and can be Been at all
hours in the public streets working on
the heads of the natives. Their Ji air is
dressed almost every day, bat to pre
vent it being disarranged when sleep-
"g, uicj uavrj a suiau uu. auou. BIZ
inches long by three inches wide at the
bottom, which tapers to a 'height of
five inches ; on this is fastened a small
round bag of rice chaff. This ' is their
pillow, and is placed under the back of
the neck. My sensations when trying
w iuk) u uuruig my visit m me interior,
when I had been lying on it about ten
minutes, was that it was quite hard,
then quite high; I then turned it over,
and found it would not do, so I threw
it away in disgust, thinking a log of
wooa were preieraoie.
As hats are not generally worn, the
little hair they have left is not of mnoh
use, and very little ornament in the
way which they wear it The women
get their hair up in a much
neater style than with ns theirs be
ing quite modest and becoming,
when compared with the ridiculous fash
ion now in vogue with ua.
I saw daring my travels n great many
schools, everr district beinir provided
with' three or four. The children there,
although deprived of a great part of the
recreation, aa with us, are the same in
nature as in any other part of the world
full of play and mischief. The school
master is not the trim and sedate-looking
person we have here, who with a
role of iron holds sway over a few doe-
en of their own species, and who think
themselves paragons of perfection, never
allowing that youth should have its
lauits. in Japan, the teacher comes
down from that lofty sphere and min
gles with his scholars praising here.
correcting there, and giving words of
encouragement to all. I have seen them
at their plays, the teacher always taking
all the punishment that the little ones
with tneir tiny hands could inflict.
The teachers are mostly gentlemen, the
ladies not having the opportunities for
getting sufficient education to teach.
They are not employed as teachers. -
Their principal studies are reading,
writing, and arithmetic. The writing
is done with a hair pencil and Tnrl .a
ink. There being 4,000 and upward of
characters in the ordinary written lan
guage, it takea at least three years to
get we least Knowledge oi it. so that
there are but few amongst the poorer
people wno are weu educated. Jach
character represents a sound.' The let
ter L has nothing to represent it The
natives cannot correctly pronounce an
English word with it in. Mostly all of
our common words they can command,
and are very apt at learning them.
Their reading i i as with their writing,
very difficult to acquire. They have
no spelling that would suit the children
here, but fr m the small knowledge
that I got of the language while living
with them, I should prefer our own,
with all its spelling and definitions.
Their arithmetic is much the same as
ours, only much more primitive. It
consists of a square frame of wood, in
which are ten wires, in each of
which ten balls are struner. This is
their four primary rules. In all the
stores I saw in Japan this was
used to reckon up their bills. It is a
very inconvenient and slow way, but
they have been used to it for centuries,
and all attempts to tret them to use pen
nnd paper are fruitle-s.
J. he language when spoken sounds as
weu as some of the European languages;
aad after a person has resided in the
country some time he will conclude that
it is by far more musical and smooth
than some of our fashionable languages.
Very little of the simon-pure Japanese
language is spoken by the foreigners
residing there, some fewhave made it
a study, and, after years of close appli
cation, have become quiet fluent in the
language. Our countryman, Dr. Hep
burn, after eight years of hard study,
has succeeded in editing a small dic
tionary. Although giving but eight
thousand words, it is very valuable, and
will be improved on in time. It was
something that the want of was felt for
a long time, the Japanese taking the
greater portion of the first edition.
Few men would have undertaken
uch a formidable) task as did
ui. Hepburn. lie has suc
ceeded in his attempt and may good
fortune attend him in his efforts to en
lighten this most free-hearted and will
Their toys and playthinc: are much
the same as with ns. only they go much
more into the ridiculous than we do.
Thatre we find mankind in all its hid
eonsness, they thinking it beautiful to
contort the human body, being also
more apt to frighten than amuse the
children. There was one toy that I no
ticed particularly; it was made of some
light substance representing miniature
dragons, fish, drawing horses, and every
thing that is capable oi moving. Un
der these were placed a large black
bug : his back was fastened to the toy ;
the bug, in endeavoring to get away,
would drag the cart, and, being invisi
ble, would for some time puzzle a per
son as to how the thing awas done..
They have also their tops and kites.
Almost all the children practice in
tumbling, walking on their hands, and
for a small sum of money will perform
for the cunous any tuna
The respect that the children in Japan
show for age is remarkable. Let the at
tachment be a man, woman or house, all
are much more honored than in most
civilized countries. A young man there
is proud of his gray-haired father. Fre
quently you will find three or four gen
erations living under one roof. They
speak with pride ox their old houses.
I have heard them say, " That proper
ty has been in our possession for 150
or 200 years." An old house or build
ing is rarely pulled down, they believ
ing it unlucky to destroy anything that
has age, or has been of use to any per
son. Here with ns it is different. No
sooner does a parent get beyond the
years when he can labor for the benefit
of his children, than they speak of the
"old man," or the "old woman," wish
ing in many eases they were out of the
way. 1 would not like to say that any
of the readers of your dear little Maga
zine .commit any of these ungrateful
acta. Still, to compare these supposed
heathens with a portion of the people
in America, the comparison will show
who it is that wants civilizing. An old
homestead with the thatched roof cov
ered with moss, with creepers running
np ' the sides, the old-fashioned
spinning-wheeL as with ns in
days gone by, are there, and, if there is
such a plaou in the world, it is Japan,
where can be found a true representa
tion oi Home, Sweet Home.
Insult to the Ex-Empress.
Paris correspdhdent says : Al
though Trochu is neither a great gen
eral nor a great statesman he is a gen
tleman. I am, - therefore, surprised
that he allows obscene caricatures of
the Empress to be publicly sold in the
streets, and exhibited in the Kiosks.
During the time that she occupied the
throne in this most scandal-loving
town, no scandal was ever whispered
against her. btie was fond, it is true,
of dress, but she was a good mother
and a good wife. Now that she and
her friend are in exile, "lives
of ' the woman Bonaparte," are
hawked about, which in Eng
land would bring their authors un
der iiord Campbell s statute, in one
caricature she is represented as stark
naked with Prince Joinville sketching
ner. in another, called " The Spanish
Cow," she is made a sort of female
Centaur. In another she is dancing
we can-can, and throwing her peticoats
over her head, before King William.
who is drinking champagne, seated on
a sofa, while her husband is in a cage
hung up to the walL These scanda
lous caricatures have not even the
merit of bejng funny ; they are a re
flection upon French chivalry, and on
that of Trochu. What would he sav if
the. government which succeeds him
were to allow his own wife to be insult
ed in this cowardly manner t
The Pans correspondent of the Cin-
wun iu uKasetije in a letter in reierenoe
to the demoralized condition of the
irench capital, says that as a commu
nity it is "a bottomless, fathomless
mine of pollution." In proof of this
assertion, the correspondent mentions
the following ; - " The other evening at
one of the Bed Bepublican meetings a
speaker made a leap beyond even the
farthest of this 'advanced' herd on their
way to the steep place, and expressed
his wish to 'go up and stab the Al
mighty.' A ' voice' in the audience ;
xou can go no in one of Mader'a hl.
loons,' and the audience shouted with
boistenons delight over this character
istic specimen of the Bed French."
In the counties of Magoffin. Perrv.
Breathitt and Wolff, in the last six
months, nineteen men have been mur
dered, most of them white men. and no
one punished or held to trial for the
crimes. Any attempt to expose ihn
state of affairs is denounced at radical
falsehood, incendiarism, and like kin
dred charming titles. The State is be
ing rained by the lack of administra
tion of the law, and there is no power
save the Government that ean pro
tect its citizens within the Common
A sun has been commenced hv a
florist at Boston, to recover damages
from a dentist for the loss of his wife
through the carelessness of the latter
in having permitted her to inhale too
much nitrous oxyde gas.
A fabhsb by the name of Josenh
Hopps, of the town of Franklin, Ver
non county, was instantly killed Tues
day afternoon by the overturning of his
wagon, which was heavily loaded with
The assets of the Mutual Life Insur
ance Company of Chicago, on security
invested in bonds and mortgages first
lien upon real estate, and in United
States bonds and securities in accord
ance with the laws of Illinois.
iS"FVEB AND AgcX. WhT SHAKE I
PiAKTiTiov BrnxBS wjtB positively cure any
farm of intermittent fever. Travel through
any regian where the malady prevails, and all
who have tried the preparation will tell yon
so. Thousands of families in the Ohio and
Missisbippi valleys, and on the borders of the
ooutnern nvera ana swamps, regard it aa a
specific for the complaint. Nothing could
induce them to be without it ; and
iney negin to take it - regularly at
the commencement of the Spring and
the close of Bummer, as a safeguard
against malaria. They show their wisdom
thereby. The shivering plague passes their
uu- wiuiotu m truciing, to smite tneir neigh
bors who have shown less forecast. Every
year, however, the number of these improvi
dent victims decreases. There is
like experience; and when a shaking and burn
ing sufferer sees his friend on the next farm
plantation in perfect health, though breath"
ing the same atmospherio poison as himself,
and learns that this exception to the cnmnlaint
due to Plahtation Sixtzbs.
Sea Moss Fabtss, from pure
Irieh Hose, for Blanc Manee, Puddings, Cus
tards, Creams, Ac, Ae. The cheapest, health
iest and most delicious food in the world.
C62 NoKiHWKi-iEJiK Horse Nail Co.J
mantifactnrera of Patent Hammered Horse
Nails. Omce 64 Went Tan Btxren street. Fao
rry 66 to 68 W'eet Van Barer street, corner
Clinton street, Chicago.
Cold Weather—The Nilsson Concerts—
Business Failures—High Rents—Money
—Photography—S. W. Sawyer—
Caicaoo, Jan. 9, 1870. At last winter has
rmmft m eameBa. xjans n ouueouav me
. . w u- 1 1 .1 . 1.
mometer began to fall rapidly the six inches
of snow that had fallen Alonday night hare
given the atmosphere a cull UU Friday
morning the mercurr was seven degrees below
i. St,.. th. .M abated fH.rn.what. and
' v - , . , , '
to-day it is quite moderate. It has been eeve-
ral degrees milder here than at the principal
atiesin the neighboring b tales north, and M
far south as St, Louis.
THE NILSSON CONCERTS.
were the events of the last week Tuesday,
rreauesaBV ami rnuij c-nuinn auu onuu-j
afternoon. They were largely attended, creat
ed much excitement, gave eminent satisfac
tion and were a marked anccess. On Thurs
day evening the Scandinavians gave her an
en'rausiaatic reception at the German House,
with mntic, feasting, toasts and speeches, and
presented her with a laurel wreath of gold.
From here she goes to St. Louis.
have been several business failures
since my last. Tbe exorbitant price of rents
absorb all the profits of many merchants. A
.! A n,ni, . 1 ) fuVl r.i-4
it ruvn .1,.- if .,!, V- H
Bora 4 Gobs ijv jO.OOO rent a year, but
thoy do a large business. But the fact is patent,
that landlords must reduce the prise of
rents or have bankrupt tenants, or vacant
stores. - -
Is very close at the banks, the demand of nark
packers absorbing all their spare funds There
sa utue proepeus ui au eaeiec uiuuej maraeb
till after the Government call is made.
The art of transferring the likeness of the
human face and form have reached a great de
gree of perfection. In canvass painting, where
the eye guides the hand in Umnmg the features
aud tracing the shape, size and relations of
tne mnerent parre, mere is necessarily more
or less imperfection. But, when the Sun was
made pencil -bolder and painter.the likenesses
were true to nature, and daguerreotypes, ambro
types and photographs succeeded each
other, and now pictures are taken on wood,
porcelain, and the different motala. There are
several styles of pictures, recently introduced
by the boat artists, that are deservedly pop
ular. 1. Tb TtKirRriAVTrr. or Shadow nieinres.
so called because the lights and (shadings are
alter uib biyio ui ma 111 iniusior. xuwt, pK7
tares are very tine, and the arusuo euecta
2. The EEuiiit VioirETTB i very largo sized
heads, from retouched negatives. A peculiar
style, very beautiful and popular.
8. Medaluox Heads, resembling the Berlin
4 ignette, but ainenng from it in tne style oi
4. Victoria Cahtm, in size between the Carte
de Visile and tho Cabinet the largest size that
can be put in a letter envelope, and very ap
propriate for the large Berlin Vignette or
5. PoacEint FicTUBxa, of all sizes, from
miniature to life, the most beautiful of all
styles for portraits, for they can be finished
equal to the finest ivory pictures.
A great improvement in photography is the
retouching of negatives before printing. To
do this successfully requires the cighest skill
of out best artists.
The best specimens of the art, in the various
styles of pictures, can be seen in the photo
graphic studio of
S. W. SAWYER, 24 WASHINGTON STREET.
successor to J. Corbut, whose woU-known pho
tographic art gallery he has purchased, with
all ita art treasures, improved upon its meth
ods and increased its reputation and attrac
tions. Mr. Sawyer, though a recent comer,
is a pioneer in the art, took the silver medal
for the best daguerreotypes, ambro types and
photographs at the Maine State Agricultural
Fair in 1BI9, and stood in the front rank of
his profession at the East. Ue excels awpe
cialiy in the Rembrandt aud Porcelain pictures.
I saw some exceedingly beautiful pictures in
these aa well as other styles thwe, and sev
eral porcelain pictures, life size, exquisitely
finished, with a perfection of light and shade,
a softness and naturalnefle of flesh
tint, with a glow of lifo which no
artist could equal on canvass, and
which rival the finest ivory portraits. lie has
alo special arrangements f or taking children's
pictures, and ample facilities for executing
work in every department of the photographic
art. Using only the purest chemicals and the
best stock, add employing ODly the best ar
tists, bis gallery is the favorite resort of the
lovers of art, and those who wish the finest
pictures, at reasonable prices, should visit his
studio when they come to Chicago.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S
were celebrated here religiously on Sunday,
but Monday was the hohday celebration of it.
There is not snow euough for sleighing,
though a few sleigh bells are heard. All the
are open to-day, and will he through tbe week.
Fisk's opera troupe begin their season Wednes
day night in Twelve Temptations. n.
The January Magazines.
The Christmas number of Every Saturday
is a gallery of fine pictures for the holiday
season. Several of the best of these are by
well-known American artiste Gathering
Christmas Greens, by Dariey; a charming
portrait of Santa Clans, by Bush; an admira
ble sketch of a Southern Christmas Scene, by
Sheppard; a capital picture of Bob Cratchit
and a touchingly beautiful face of Tiny Tim,
by Eytinjre; and a superb double-page draw
ing by Hoppin, representing a Christmas par
ty, with troops of children playing "King
George" noiuly and happily. There are sev
eral other attractive pictures suited to the sea
son, and a fine variety of reading matter by
some of the most popular of American and
foreign writers. A copy of this holiday num
ber of Every Saturday would seem indispensa
ble to a fuU appreciation and enjoyment of
Tec Atxartic Mokthlt begins the Kew
Tear with a fine number. Longfellow, Whit-
tier and Holmes contribute, each, a poem. W.
D. Howells writes of a sojourn in a Venetian
Palace; Harriet Prescott SpoSord aDd T. W.
Higginson contribute stories. John Hay
writes pleasantly of his experiences in Spain.
Senator Henry Wilson contributes an article
on tbe Bepublican partv. A notable piper is
also that of James T. Fields, entitled, Our
Whispering Gallerv," wherein he gives remin
iscences and anecdotes of Thackeray. This a
the first of a series of papers on distinguish
ed men that will be contributed by the same
author. There are several other articles, all
readable, and several pages of reviews of re
cent literature- Fields, Osgood & Co., pub
Godsti Ladt's Book for January. 1871, is already
upon our tabic, and a very handsome sod valuable
number tt is. "Looking for the Eclipse,"1 a steel
plate ; s steel plate titlo-page; a sii-iigure colored
fashion nlate : handsome Berlin wool-work psttern.
printed in a variety of colors; two beautiful wood-;
cuts, printed on tinted peper, and a nne extsusicn
sheet of fashionable and useful designs, are among
its attractions. A large supplement oontsining in-
strncunx in sTiipnre netting is presented to tbe
subscribers for 187 1. otay yrrji maintain, ns rank
as a flrvt-dans tytaaebold magiiilim
What the Advertising Agent Can Do.
From tV Advertiser's Guide. pubUsbed by Cook,
vooara m vo aaverusuut Airenis. uucajzo. aii.
Ho can insert notices, Tarvin ia artent
from a aingle sqoare to a page, in all of the
DewHpapera of America that are worthy of be
ing neea as advertibing mediums. He can
guarantee to the advertiser the very lowest
rates of each publisher, and can give special
inducements to those prepared to advertise
heavily, which the- could never obtain them-
selves, lie can mv. tne advertiser all of the
bother, time and expense of making separate
contxacU with, each newspaper, lie can as-
eiet the advertiser in preparinc his notices,
giving him the aid of men practised in the art
of getting np attractive advertisements, of a
nature that will make them powerful agencies
for the patrons' desired en da, wherever thev
may re pubiianea. tie can assist tne adver-
tiser in the selection of the particular journals
that will be of the most benefit for his espe-
eial wanta. He can give his patrons the ad-
' , r ci - - - t,,
Qleeof which are kept constantly on hand for
just this purpose. He ean and does see that
' . . . r . ,
the advertasements are inserted according to
contract, a daily examination of every paper
being instituted for tltat result alone. Mot
tins and ten tunes as much in addition, be ean
do at a much leas cost to the advertiser than
tbe Utter could ever hope to treat with the
publisherB for, simply .because he makes it his
business to do precisely the things indicated.
at?The Youths' Cohpanioit, of Bos
ton, is a thoroaphJy wide awake paper, having
among its contributors each writers aa Prof.
De Julie, Grace Greenwood, Mrs. Harriet
Beecher Btowe and Mrs. Louisa Chandler
Houlton. No writers more attractive in the
country, and no publication more entertaining
and useful. Bend for sample copy
US?" Sudden Changes of weather are
nrodrlptivB of Thmat Diseaaan. ronirru., Colrls.
m , o , j
is. There is no more effectual relief in these
diseases to be found, than in the timely use of
".Brown's Bronchial Trodus." They possess
seal merit, and have vroved their efhcacT bv a
test of many years, having received testimo
nials from eminent men who have used them
S7Mobe Suffering, Sorrow axb
Death, are the results of Indigestion and Dys
pepsia than from all other known diseases.
Uoa s aJtsfefsia (Jubi is a sure ana immediate
remedy. It will atop distress after eatincr aa
soon as yon take it. -
t3 Safr. Xo fear of an overdose
wet weather or sore months in rising Dr.
Henry's Boot and Plant Pills; they axe eL
tireiy vegetable. . Bee advertisemont.
i SSy See advertisement of Dr. Butts'
Dispensary, headed Book for the Million JIab
biaoe Qctde in another column. It should be
read by all.
JtSyPacssiNa's White Wine Vinegar
is a most superb article for table nso. Ask
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ECSDBED8 OF THOUSANDS
bear testimony to their Wonderful g
They art act a vile Fancy Drink
made of Poor Horn, whiskey. Proof
Boirits and Hefuss Liquors, doctored,
spiced Slid sweetened to please the
g 5 g taste,oaUed
Ton It' &pp
ts o a
Thev am the CRRAT BUXM) rTBrFTPn anrl
t.'FE GIV1NU PB1NCIP1.E, a pcrfrrt ItenoTator
aiid InTipsrator of the Frstr-m. No person can take
the Bitters acooTtnof. to 'directiaiis sad isaiain loog
F.tr INFLASTHATOJIY rM CUnO?fT; ItTTETJM'A-
Tien . .. .1 i,t-"I" fkV'L.tciiLjr a in.'tiir.rcTm?
1 ujl null 1, r. ID IM ihui'idiiv.i,
MMOUS. KKMfTTENT and INTKH M ITTfiST
KEVEKS, PISBAKFS of ttnj lU.OOi). LIVER, KII
N KYS, and BLADDER, these Bittcra have beea motst
FIT" CTPt! it I.
DVSl'KlSTri or INDIGESTION, Ueadnrhe. Pain
in the Slimir.Vtr. ('nfHiit. Tiirhtncm of tha Chet.
Di72.ineiv lvar .mctaiion of ib Stomach, bad Taut
In tho Month. Bilioai Attnckn. hainttatinn oi the
Heart. Inflammativn of the Dunpfl, 1'ain intiw Krcnona
of the K i'lirtTn. and a hnntrcd other iminfiil amnDLoaiaV
are ihc off pV inc nf IivrpcucirL
For BKJS DIbEAftf-3, ErTiTrHonR, Tetter, 15nlt
Tlhenm, llohea, Ppots, Fimpleaa lnstn.e. Botla,
Carhuneles, ninjc Uorm. hcAi Jleau, t?oro Even,
Ervsipelajs Itch, Scurfs Dial(rBti.m of the Skin,
HriiTtoni and Iiwwrs of the Skin, of winterer name
or nature, am literally ug up and carried ont of tbe
8yMTn in a hort time hv the nse of them Biitei.
PIN. TAPE and other WORVi Inrkinff In the sytem
of K rnanr tioiRandst, are dtr)yed and remoTi-H.
J. WALKBIt. Pnprietor. R- H. McIHtNALD tk Ctv,
uruggibi una i.rn. jrenta, cuui rranciico,
and 82 SI Corr.mfrrf HtreelL N. Y.
gySOLD BY ALL UKUtjUISiS AND DEALT ES.
Me and I'll Do You feGood
By eleansing tha Blood and amoslnjr the
Liver and neirretiTe orprani to a healthy ac
tion, these Pill euro many eoraplaints which
it would not be suppued they could iv.vcht
such as Headache. Patjc rr the Side.
Numbness or thxHaxdc and Peet, Ditll
NEsa, Chillihzss. RntrjcTisj. NrraAiy
a i a, Xo8s or Apmittte, Bilious Dtseh-
TERT, K ID ITET AFTrXCTtOSS. COKSTIPATIOIf,
DcBrurr. Fettkbs or a kixds. Its
PEP81A, Jatjxdicx, and otbvr kindred com
nitinu aiilag from a low state of the body
or obstructions of Its functions. Beinr fro
from mercury or other Mtsona, theyeaa be
taken at all times ana under all etrmra
avtances, witlioat regard to diet or bnsirftiui.
Price SS Cents a Box. Prepared by the
Grafton Medicine Cot, Rr. Louis. Ma
Sold by Druggists and dealers in medicine
St. Louis Saw Worts.
BRANGHiGROOKES & GO.
Manufacturers of SPAULDnVG'S
Patent Inserted Teetli Saws.'
FOE SATE At THF.TTt WABEnoUSEH,
nON'T BE FOOLISH. Co not waste money an
J 9 Tostxs" psprvs. or gin it to unknown areata.
ths -STAR KPANGLEO BAN.NKIL" All Bewanen
nays it. or voa can tMCAlra it hv tatail a tahnU nu, arwl
a saprb en-rsin GRATIS, by soaJing 76cntto tbe
publishers. Sstutaatioa (oaraotawd or ws will reload
STAR SPANGLED BA?Pf ER,
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Till? (HlVPinv nv tup nnirv
RRPITItl.in (illST TITK UII1II ll
a peryear. Aaareas afar. DUVia.." ilew iota City
TANTKD-AGKHTS (S20 jprrdiiw-i tosell the
Ct-IODI-aVlAM HUM K PHC 1 1L,K niswiAu Mi-
t,HI.t use the ad.r rort, makes ths IocA
TTen, - isuae ou onto eiaes sno Is nu t rim wai.l.
The best sad eheapest familf hewing Jlachlue in
the market. Addreu,
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a Teerpe m ( etmmrnos Hremrkltl,
Asthma, r-ore Throat. Ncrol'nlo, C'sHurhs and
i'"8! rL- Thl? ""'f 1 1.1,OOTSrrt wh,up. "-
st-luis in airazil aa a miaatonary. It cured me of Con-
sumption when ail other mean, bed failed, therefore I
feel it my duty m send it, free of chsrre, to all who an
a Bieeckar St. Sew Vork City,
Ar- - .
S25 A lYCCEK SALAiiY'
Tam, mnwutM kv., .na tlmIm, , "m
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DaUrl-Sa1 Uarrta, aUlfa mnwumm tkla. I nn hnm Knav
bat m maHr Talna.h1e Ifttl mai"hin AAAr. fwlik
isuyu av a w M.LtA.caM ravra aow, new zon.
tcit town an1
fsoantr. a rr-hau
Mr Man or Woman to act aa Looai Agmt for H evrt
"ABB DEKrHFH'a IrTTMa Kciurious wreaiy. J-tCQt
Bombers, with H oiritt Beecucr Stowe new St ry,
aad a anperb $5 Steel Knrxantur Grrr.x Awat. Mad?
Bownukintr 410 to (jl) per day in Si'pU cvpitt
Park Rnw If. Y.
TTPHAM' DEPILATOKY POVllElt.-Re
.V L" supertluous nalr ta nvs mmutea. .itlwu-
aunary 10 ane saua. moiot auu loraua
UPHAM'S ASTHMA CURE
Retlerea most violent paroxyvma in frve mlzxataa, and
effect a apeedy euro. Price 3 by mail.
THE JAPANESE HAIR STAIN
Color, ths whiskers snd hair a beautiful tua or
Baowr. It consists of only one preparation. 7ft ornta,
by mail. Addmae B. C. UPHAM. No. .21 Joyue street,
Philadelphia, Pa. Cirenlara sent free. Sold by all
Agents I Head This !
XTE WTLI, PAT AG EVPS A SALARY OF
v v 1
$,10 per vwek and expenses, or sllow s lares
eawtnilasaon, to sell our new wonderful fnventiina.
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C'ENT Tbe WF.F.KLY WIRTOSSIN, a
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from December 1st to May 1st, lacluHlna beV num.
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erery important battle-field, are early adrfteed of aver?
notable Cabinet deebeoa, obacrre (o pniceedizxca of
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eat. We hare paid for oaa day's moanentoaa adrloea
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General mark eta, are so full and accurate, oar essays in
eroddattoa of the farmer's calling, aad oar reiralar re
ports of tbe Farmers' Clnb and k ladled gberlnrs, are
so Interest Inir that the poorest farmer will find therein
a mine of snsresUon and oonnsd. bf which he oannot
remain Urnoront wi: hoot pomtlTa aad serioos loer.
2 ytee has been, is. aad most be a eoaloas adve-
oate of Protection te Home Industry. Becsxdlng
habitaal idleness aa the greatest foe to hnmaa
progress, tha bane of hmnan bappineas, we seek
te win oar countrymen te mi sir s from the nasnir
lag lures of 8 peculation, of Trail! c aad of always
rererowded prof wwi oaa, te the tnaqnil patba of Pn
d act It. Iaduitry. Ws would rladly deplete
crowded ettles,wfaere thoosands rainly jostle sad crowd
ia mJaa-oidsd nsst of "SomsthissT ss Do," to eover
prairies sad plains with eolonlss absorbed ia Aari.
cnltors, Msehsiales and Man o actors, and ssnstanthr
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and the works of elrUiaed Mas. Holrflns the Protec
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llClll ItEGUL.Ut MONTHLY
To be Drawn Monday, Tehrumrj SO, 1871. '
75,000 in Valuable Gifts!
1 Cash Prize of - - $5,000
2 Cash Prizes of 1,000 each 5 Cash Prizes of 100 each
Family Carriage and Matched Horses, with Silver-Mounted Harness, worth $1,5001
ONE HORSE tfc BUGGY, with SIXVER-MOUNTED HARNESS, worth $600
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FIVE FAMILY SEWING MACHINES, WOHTH $100 EACH!
1,000 Cold and Silver Lever Hsatlnr Watrkea,
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have now been in the Gil
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eiaiAr. ZtlGLEK, t.cCURDT,
41 Manure bt Chicago
Hip Dinfftse of Three Twrs lUdlcally
Cared b tSerea Plasters.
The oars of Internal Ttobots, ef Heart aad Paralytie
Ailsctioas ssttsff asedacal aaea that tt is a poeulier
Hn..i.tt. action apoB ths absorbent mull
wkdea AIXCOCI7S POBOTJS PLABTZBS swrsr faffl
U hspart that prodaes these results. Ihsas troubles,
dlsssrlinni prove, arise frora efsta, or tomors, which
press open ths aerrss of C - pari, and which Chess eon
dsitul Plasters nsn to be absorbed sad rsmored.
Thousands snppeasd leans for Uf s, bf the ass of this
staple sure mar become perfsetlf sound.
axyrost, LjvKapoot. Oca. a, U7S.
Metra At-LCOCE A Co., Sin Bin :
Three Tmm wro my daorhtsr Jaaa sme taken wtth
severs pain in the hip, and her foot was drawn ap five
laches from the around. I willed in a phfatcasav wna
said shs had "hip dtsssse." tie treated her some
time, when he told me nothina- would help her. aad we
must make npoar minds te lose bsa, Thmwanabowta
fear aco, aad then she could aot move a step without
crutches. About tkia Urse wsjrere a-iTtsod to try Alh
eeck's Porous Plasters. We got one aad apphed at
over the hip Joint, and ii cave her immediate reUef
Siaos then sbs has used abuail ssiaa. sn1 she has now
for two months walksd to school sad back everf day,
aad the 6mtaiiesmeMasH(aaah'ailss.sadtThmwtttr
out any aneonvsnlenoa Ssrmothersnd I look upon
the care as almost a miracle. 1 am. very respectfully
fours, THOsV 88ITOX.
This sass Is from the Ltrerpool Morcury. October S,
(870, and may be sssn at toe Principal Acenef. Bat we
know the stateasen. Se the true from our own kaowi
edse. THOMAS AIXCOCK OO.
Distressing' Congi. Cored.
Letter frets the Bev. Dr.Bea.tia.
Scotcbtowv, Orana-e Cew, N.T Oos. aft, lS8e.
rarratAS Axxcock a Ok, Sing Sine :
. Your fNarenePlastersars egress blessing. Mydsn(h
tsr Isabella had whooping eough some twetre months
smos: when the acTartly of the dtsesss had abated she
still tor six months hi a distressing cough snd bscame
verf weak and thin. Flndtac inSernal remedies of ne
a rail, an Allceck's Porous Plaster was applied te her
chest. Tbe cough was reiiirred from the day tt was put
ound ta one month was entirely cured.
I am your, truly, D. BEATTIS.
Xjaflammation of the Kidneys Cored.
TSoma Aixooca A Co.lng Sing For fears I have
suffered froas trrffamTiatfsi ef the ktdnofs: nrf phys
Iciaas gave me little relief rsadi moved abowt hke sn old
nas bent sowa bf fears of suffering. At Isacth youx
Porooa Piasters were iseommended tome. I applied
one to each kidney, and the relief was tuunediste. I
wore them tur thirty dsfs,hea mf sack snd kidneys
were perfectly well, and I wss once more able to walk
erect. I think the half ef the Ttnoes of your Plasters
ret remain to be told, bat should any one wish te hear
thereof I shall be pleased ts ten of mf experience,
I ta yours raspectf ttllf
THOMAS J. JACKSON,
- - East Thirty second street
We are fat receipt of cures of bruises, ef internal
lesaens.efeslsra spleen, ef broken ribs, ef sroup, of
astoma, of cold feet, of lame back, of pains la the side
snd about the heart, do. Mr. Nathaa Anderson at
Crotoo, Wo-rtobesior oosnty, for two years oould not
walk from hip disease. AUeock't Poroos Plasters eared
him is sU mouths, and he waa batter sfr putting on
GrjrriXHia : In December larSjny breast bone was
crushed snd badly Injured by beluc struck bf a heavf
apac I waa taken home senseless, where, for a week, I
lay at ta. point of death. My doctor eoald do bo
hule for me, and I suffered eountioual pais. Tbe doe
tors thought a blister plaster would help me if putea
the breast,but I theocht I would try Instead. Allooek's
Porous Plaster. 1 put one on mf bresst and side, and
frora Uiat atms becaato set bsttser, 3aJ la one month
1 was well, free from pain, aad able to attend to nrf
business. Any one can call and see mf breast, audi
trill show them a modern mirar Is of cum.
. Ho. t, Bouth Fifth strrWUiWiiabarc, L L
TaoxAS Ajxcocx A Co.
IJervoTj3 AiTections of tie
. Cored. . .
Fat two ream I have been a STOat snSerer from new
ralgia in the headland found enly temporary relief from
all the various remedies that 1 hare trted.nntll 1 applied
oa of AUooci'sfywous llseters. 1 sat at Into threw
strlpslacbag one under each shoulder blade, and tha
other over the small of the bac)Ld tor the past throe
months 1 hare heal scarcely a twinse of tha old pain.
I adrifle all who suffer from nerroua dteoars to lose no
ttme In marine a trial of the wonderful Parous Plaster
.-.- A. F. BTEBUSG,
' ' " Bee. Slncer M fg Co.
Kzw You. June 8, Uf&
Recently a (entlemaa, from a jar. was so lams he
xakl not pot his left foot So the emend. Saliauod his
(eneral heal tat needed attention, irom the coustans.
pain la his hip joint, whother it waa frem malaria
absorbed Into his system or from some other oanss, aa
waasatlsned that some anmors had settled upon hts
hip joiat. Be took seven. BRANOREIH'S PIXLd
snd the next morulas? he spotted over the hip jotns au
AXLCOCK'S POROUS PLA3TER. All pain was
rone after the efloot of the pUla, and in a atnxle day all
ala Ismeness had left him, which he beneves the
Poroos Plasters should have the oredjt ef.
ALLC3CK'S POROUS PLASTERS
Are new uraoondltkmalry aeeeptad hr hundreds of
thonsands of families as their fro proved earattvt, fe.
Chest Aff esOona, Oonshs, Sore Turoaa, Nervous Afloe
taons, Affsesauna aad Drops, of tha Heart, Kidney
Affections, Pain aad Weakness of the Back. Stitches
and Pains of the Stria, and h Lnmbaa-o, alSorettier as.
rivalled at as outward application. Then- woadrriol
nocess Is mainly attributed to some power ahoy hae oi
Upon the part where spoiled, by which pain and dtusss
stop, snd healthy netaons la the slsoibCTW are hsdweod
Governor Sard's Testimony.
Wabbtwotos, AprQ 1, 187QL
Mrsrsj. Aixcoca A Oo
Your Porous Stienariheuinc Pmsters nave rrroved of
the (reatest service to me. Soma ttme- since 1 was
troubled with vtoaerrt rheumatic ex nssmlf n pains ia
both my arms. They gradually crew worse and
approached the heart. Ftodlar. nothina I apphed fav
me reli-J.I tried rour Porous Plasters, which I wore Ira
two months. Tbe pains eeaaed almost lnunediaaeiy,
and I have had no pain since. As aa external -remedy
soar Plasters are llrftnrrff K1t i have recommended
them to many of my friends la the city ot AUanta,Ga,
whs e I reside, snd they are load as their praise, the
Plaaaera baring proved equally useful ta thefr esses aa
Lit Editor Atlanta (Gev Daily Mew Bra.
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